At Delaware: Fourth-year senior midfielder and one of the team's most experienced players • three-year letterwinner who has appeared in 43 games with 18 starts • one of six seniors on a young squad • team's No. 2 active leading scorer with 39 points on 21 goals and 18 assists • also has 104 shots, 22 groundballs, and two caused turnovers • will be part of starting midfield unit with Brian Kormondy and Steve Delargy • outstanding athlete with speed and quickness • two-way middie who has improved his outside shot to go with his strong dodging ability.
2013 Season: Enjoyed his finest season as a starting midfielder for Delaware • team's third leading scorer with 25 points on 12 goals and a team-high 13 assists • No. 2 on the team with 79 shots • had two game-winning goals (vs. High Point and Lafayette) and two man-up tallies • also recorded 10 groundballs and one caused turnover • played in 15 games with 14 starts • scored two goals four times, netting a pair vs. High Point, Bucknell, Mt. St. Mary's, and Binghamton • had season-high five points vs. Binghamton with two goals and three assists • also had two assists each vs. Loyola, Mt. St. Mary's, and Villanova • team went 5-10 under head coach Bob Shillinglaw.
2012 Season: Showed outstanding improvement as a second-year player at midfield • played in all 15 games and started early season contests vs. Detroit, Bucknell, Loyola, and Villanova • had seven goals and three assists to go with eight groundballs for the year • scored a goal and dished out an assist in opener vs. Detroit and also scored single goals vs. Loyola, Johns Hopkins, Mt. St. Mary's, Stony Brook, Mercer, and Saint Joseph's • had two groundballs vs. Mt. St. Mary's • advanced to the final cuts in tryouts for the U.S. Under 19 team during the summer • team went 6-9 under Shillinglaw.
2011 Season: Enjoyed a solid freshman campaign as a member of the second midfield unit • helped lead Delaware to the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title and a berth in the NCAA Tournament under Shillinglaw • played in 13 games - all in a backup role - and recorded two goals and two assists to go with four groundballs and a forced turnover • saw limited action during the first seven games of the season but continued to improve and was a key member of the lineup the rest of the day • scored a goal in first career game vs. Presbyterian and added a single goal in the CAA championship game win over Massachusetts • also dished out an assist in the CAA semifinal win over Hofstra and vs. Drexel.
High School: Competed in lacrosse and basketball at Archbishop Spaulding High School • played four seasons at midfield in lacrosse for head coach Zach Burke • played guard in basketball • earned all-conference honors in both lacrosse and basketball • three-year letterwinner in both sports • earned All-Arundel County honors in lacrosse as a senior • served as team captain of both teams during his career • honor roll student.
Personal: Connor Scott McRoy ("mick-roy") • born Oct. 8, 1992 • son of Scott and Carol McRoy • has an older and a younger brother • business management major at Delaware • served as a commercial real estate brokerage intern this past summer • has also worked as a waiter at The Greene Turtle Restaurant, as a valet parker, and at a golf course during the off-season • enjoys playing golf, going to the beach, boating, and traveling in his spare time • big fan of the Baltimore Ravens (NFL) and Baltimore Orioles (MLB).
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