Fifth-year member of the team • graduate student enrolled in international relations MBA program at UD • one of the top midfielders in the Colonial Athletic Association • named to preseason All-CAA team from vote of head coaches • Delaware's active career scoring leader with 34 goals and 19 assists for 53 points • has played in 47 career games with 34 starts and registered 153 shots, 41 groundballs, and 11 caused turnovers • has recorded 10 career multiple-goal games, including two hat tricks • has excellent dodging ability with good stick skills • four-time member of Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll • changed number from 22 to 30 this season, taking the number worn by his father, who played goalkeeper at Delaware in 1985-87.
2016 SEASON (Game by Game)
Served as team tri-captain as a junior • standout midfielder who played in all 15 games with 14 starts • ranked third on the team in goals (15), points (22), and shots (64) • tied for team lead with two man-up goals • scored career-high three goals each vs. Mt. St. Mary's and Binghamton • had man-up goals against Rutgers and Hofstra • scored game-winner vs. UMass • scored twice vs. Saint Joseph's and Towson • added 17 groundballs (4 vs. UMass and seven caused turnovers (2 vs. UMass, VMI).
2015 SEASON (Game by Game)
Played in 14 games with five starts as one of team's top midfielders as a sophomore • started games vs. Bucknell, Ohio State, Mount Saint Mary's, Holy Cross, and Binghamton • did not see action in season finale vs. Massachusetts • ranked ninth on the team in scoring with seven points on three goals and four assists • scored against Bucknell, Saint Joseph's (man-up), and Hofstra and dished out assists against Mount St. Mary's, Holy Cross, Manhattan, and Saint Joseph's • had 14 groundballs (season-high four vs. Mt. St. Mary's and Rutgers) and caused two turnovers for the season • CAA Academic Honor Roll.
2014 SEASON (Game by Game)
Enjoyed a solid season as a redshirt freshman • started all 15 games he played in • missed the Binghamton game • ranked fourth on the team in points and third in goals scored as he tallied 16 goals and eight assists • had two man-up goals • also had 10 groundballs and two caused turnovers • had six multiple-goal games, scoring two goals each vs. High Point, Mt. St. Mary's, Towson, Saint Joseph's, and twice vs. Hofstra • had two caused turnovers vs. Manhattan • CAA Academic Honor Roll.
2013 SEASON (Game by Game)
Played in three games as a backup vs. Loyola, Mt. St. Mary's, and Villanova but did not play again due to injuries • had one shot vs. Mt. St. Mary's and one groundball vs. Mt. St. Mary's • member of CAA Academic Honor Roll • retained freshman eligibility.
Played lacrosse and football at Morristown High School • started at midfield and attack all four years in lacrosse • four-year varsity letterwinner for head coach Jeff Bigas in lacrosse • earned Academic All-American honors• also earned first team All-State honors in both his junior and senior years • starting place kicker for state championship football team in 2011 • all-time leading scorer at Morristown HS in football • three-year varsity letterwinner in football • earned first team all-county and first team All-Daily Record honors • earned Scholar-Athletic award honors his senior year • member of National Honor Society, National Spanish Honors Society, and Dean’s List.
Stephen Michael "Steve" DeLargy ("duh–lar-G") • born May 25, 1994 • son of Steve and Anne Delargy • earned degree in finance with honors from Delaware in May, 2016 and is currently enrolled in the international business master's program at UD • has been a youth lacrosse coach, served a business internship, worked as a salesman, and as a contractor during the summers • wealth management intern at AJWealth in 2015 • father, Steve, played goalkeeper at Delaware for Bob Shillinglaw in 1985-87 and led teams to East Coast Conference titles in 1985 and 1986 while recording 280 saves (No. 14 all-time) • has two siblings, brother, Daniel and sister, Marlyanne • enjoys playing basketball and football and going to the beach in his spare time • considers himself one of the team's top pool players and dart throwers.