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Height: 6'1"
Weight: 220
Year: Senior
Hometown: Winchester, Mass.
High School: Buckingham Browne & Nichols


 Career Statistics   2013   2014  2015


Career: Four-year letterwinner … Played in 37 career games with 12 starts … Finished his career with 27 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers.

2016: Played in 15 games with 12 starting assignments on close defense … Picked up a career-best 19 ground balls and forced eight turnovers … Corralled three ground balls three times, including the overtime win over Syracuse … Also had three pickups against High Point (2/12) and Boston University (5/8) … Recorded two caused turnovers against Jacksonville (2/27) and Harvard (3/5).

2015: Played in three games … Collected one ground ball against Boston University (5/3).

2014: Played in 11 games … Picked up a career-high three ground balls in win over Rutgers (4/19) … Also registered a caused turnover against the Scarlet Knights … Collected two ground balls against Stony Brook (2/23) … Registered a caused turnover versus Syracuse (3/23).

2013: Saw the field in eight contests … Finished the season with two ground balls, picking one up versus Mercer (2/17) and Marquette (5/5) … ACC Academic Honor Roll.

Prep: Played two seasons at St. John's Prep and two seasons at Buckingham Browne and Nichols ... lettered all four seasons ... rated the No. 23-ranked defenseman by Inside Lacrosse and the No. 1 defenseman out of Massachusetts by Bostonlax ... earned all-Catholic Conference in both seasons with St. John's Prep ... helped guide St. John's to the 2010 Massachusetts State title ... voted to the All-Independent School League team each of his two campaigns ... also selected to the Boston Herald and Boston Globe All-Scholastic teams ... also earned four letters in football at both schools ... is a member of the Duke football team.
Personal: Son of Edward and Janice Coady ... has two brothers, Cam and Connor ... Born July 28, 1992 in Winchester, Mass.
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