|High School:||Brunswick [Conn.]|
Career: Played in 34 games and started two ... tallied eight goals and seven assists for 15 points ... amassed 21 ground balls.
2011: Played in 12 games and started one ... scored four goals and had three assists for seven points ... netted the game-winning goal in NCAA Tournament quarterfinal against Notre Dame (5/22) ... had an assist against Maryland (5/28) in NCAA semifinal ... also had goals against Mercer (3/13), Dartmouth (3/20) and Presbyterian (4/11).
2010: Played in seven contests … registered a career-high three goals and one assist versus Presbyterian (4/9) … also picked up a career-best seven ground balls against the Blue Hose … chipped in a single assist in wins over Penn State (3/20) and Dartmouth (3/23).
2009: Saw action in four games … tallied his first collegiate goal against Holy Cross.
2008: Played in 11 games ... had three ground balls and an assist versus Presbyterian.
Prep: Two-year letterman at Brunswick (Conn.) under coach David Bruce ... led squad to two-year ledger of 16-14 ... tallied seven goals and four assists as a junior ... scored 32 goals and dished out 19 assists as a senior to earn Most Improved Player and first team New England West All-Division honors ... selected to compete in the East-West All-Star game ... also lettered three years in football, as Brunswick won three FAA Championships and two NE Championships.
Personal: Son of Ted and Dani Virtue ... brother, Matt, is a senior on the Middlebury College lacrosse team ... father, Ted, played football and basketball at Middlebury College from 1978-82 ... mother, Dani, was a member of the ski and tennis teams (1978-82) and played one year of field hockey at Middlebury ... uncle, Doug, was a member of the Boston College lacrosse team from 1977-81 ... born January 30, 1989.