Newton, Mass. / Newton South HS
At Delaware: Third season with the Blue Hens • will look to become a contributor in the offensive third as the Blue Hens defend their Colonial Athletic Association championship • has appeared in 26 career games with 17 starts and dished out two assists.
2011 Season: Helped the men’s soccer team enjoy its finest season in school history, going 13-6-4, capturing the CAA Tournament title, and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for head coach Ian Hennessy • saw action on defense in 22 games, including 14 starts • finished the season with two assists • collected his first collegiate assist on Oct. 16 vs. Hofstra • Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-American nominee and CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll selection.
2010 Season: Appeared in four games making three starts as a rookie • started in two CAA games on the road • took two shots during the season, putting both on goal • team went 6-9-3 and made first post-season tournament appearance in 14 years • named to Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Newton South High School • played center mid and striker • named first team Dual County League • earned super and national finals all-tournament team honors • club team made regionals and nationals in 2008 • Massachusetts State Cup semifinalists in 2009 and 2010 with club team • team’s leading scorer and assister • two-sport team captain in soccer and tennis • earned two letters in tennis • named Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic teams in tennis • played basketball freshman year.
Personal: Mark Gerard Garrity • son of John and Mary Ann Garrity • born Nov. 23, 1991 • honor student as a finance major at Delaware • has two sisters • father played soccer at Springfield (Mass.) College • uncles played collegiately at American International College (Tim) and St. Anselm (Mark) • parents both graduated from Springfield • teaches tennis at Newton South • enjoys watching all sports, especially FIFA soccer.
Career Statistics at Delaware
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