Team tri-captain in 2016 • third-year team member as a junior and a second-year starter • athletics two-way midfielder • two-year letterwinner.
2015 SEASON (Game by Game)
Played and started 15 games as a midfielder for the Blue Hens this season • he recorded 15 goals and 11 assists for a total of 26 points • he had a season high three goals against BInghamton and two assists against Bucknell • he ranked fourth on the team with a total of 63 shots on the season, 30 on goal •recorded the most groundballs on the twam with 44 while causing 6 turnovers for the season • National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Apr. 26) • Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week (Apr. 26) • ECAC South Offensive Player of the Week (Apr. 26) • UD Team Sportsmanship Award
2014 SEASON (Game by Game)
Enjoyed an outstanding collegiate debut as a freshman midfielder • played in all 16 games and started seven games • team's fifth leading scorer with 20 points on seven goals and 13 assists • recorded 26 groundballs and caused six turnovers • had season-high four points three times vs. Mt. St. Mary's, Villanova, and regular season game vs. Hofsra • had season-high two goals vs. Mt. St. Mary's • season-high four groundballs vs. Mt. St. Mary's and Saint Joseph's • two caused turnovers vs. Binghamton • Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll.
Enjoyed outstanding career at Concord Carlisle High School followed by one post-graduate year at Deerfield (Mass.) Academy • played four years of varsity lacrosse at Concord Carlisle for head coach Tom Dalicandro and was captain of eam that went 22-0 and won the state title his senior year • earned All-State honors and led team to No. 6 national ranking • scored 53 points as a senior and had 92 points for his career • also played four years of ice hockey where was captain as a senior and led teams to two state semifinal appearances • three-year varsity performer in football as a wide receiver and safety • team went 13-0 and won the state title his senior year • played one lacrosse season at Deerfield in 2013 for head coach Chip Davis and led team to 14-1 record and the New England championship • scored 24 points and earned first team All-New England honors and earned Rhodes Cup as team MVP • also played football at Deerfield.
John Bernard "Jackson" Finigan III • born Oct. 1, 1993 • son of Jack and Teri Finigan • youngest of six children • finance major at Delaware • worked as a caddy at the Concord Country Club over the summer • enjoys running, football, hockey, and golfing in his spare time • favorites pro teams are the New England Patriots (NFL) and Boston Bruins (NHL) • brother, Anthony, plays football at Springfield (Mass.) College • father played golf and ice hockey at Babson College.