|High School:||Loyola Blakefield|
|Major:||Letters & Sciences|
On Creaney: A good athlete who is expected to compete for playing time in the midfield ... has good size ... needs to continue to improve, according to the coaching staff ... switched from No. 35 to No. 9 prior to the 2008 season.
As a freshman (2007): Made his college debut in 11-6 season-opening win over Bellarmine (2/17) ... took his first collegiate face-off in 16-7 win over Vermont (2/20) ... saw significant time with the third midfield line in 13-4 win over Lafayette (3/13) ... picked up his first career assist one groundball in 11-7 win over No. 19 UMBC (3/17) ... scored a man-up goal and added an assist for his first career two-point game in 18-3 win over Mount St. Mary's (3/20) ... also won 3-of-4 face-off attempts and picked up a career-high four groundballs vs. the Mount ... two groundballs and a caused turnover in 12-8 loss at No. 2 Virginia (3/31) ... one groundball in 12-4 win over Yale (5/5).
Before Maryland: Two-year letterwinner for Coach Jack Crawford at Loyola Blakefield ... helped lead the Dons to a 13-5 record and a No. 15 national ranking by Inside Lacrosse ... selected to the Free State Top 25 and Free State Top 50 All-Star teams ... also a three-year letterwinner for the Loyola football team ... played receiver, running back and defensive back ... helped the Lakers capture the 2004 MIAA conference championship.
Personal: Son of Mike and Sandra Creaney ... brother of Brennan and Erin ... father, Mike, played center on the Notre Dame football team from 1969-73, winning a National Championship in 1973 ... he was drafted in the sixth round of the NFL draft by the Chicago Bears ... brother, Brennan, played lacrosse at Notre Dame from 2000-04 ... enrolled in the college of letters and sciences.
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