Named Maryland's Director of Lacrosse Operations in January of 2012.

As a senior (2011): Recipient of the Peter Worstell Comeback Player of the Year Award ... one goal and two groundballs in 16-4 win over Detroit Mercy (2/19) ... made his second career start in 12-8 win over Bellarmine (3/7) ... one assist and one groundball in 15-6 win over UMBC (3/18) ... one groundball in 11-4 win over St. Joseph's (3/20) ... saw late time in 13-6 win at No. 8 seed North Carolina (5/15) in the first round of the NCAA tournament ... saw late time, helping run out the clock, in 9-4 win over No. 5 Duke (5/28) in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament.As a redshirt junior (2010): Earned his first assist since March 13, 2007 in 13-7 win at UMBC (3/20) ... saw late time and helped run out the clock, evading double-teams, in 11-9 win over Navy (4/10) ... saw late time to help run out the clock in 10-9 win over No. 16 Johns Hopkins (4/17) ... scored his first goal in more than three years in 13-5 win over No. 3 North Carolina (4/23) in the ACC semifinals ... also had three groundballs vs. the Tar Heels ... scored the final goal in 17-4 win over Fairfield (5/1) ... also had two groundballs in his first career start ... two groundballs in 18-10 win vs. Colgate (5/8).

As a sophomore & junior (2008 & 2009): Did not compete after voluntarily leaving the team to concentrate on academics.

As a freshman (2007): Made his college debut in 11-6 season-opening win over Bellarmine (2/17) ... picked up two groundballs in 16-7 win over Vermont (2/20) ... earned his first career point by assisting on Nick Ward's goal in 13-4 win over Lafayette (3/13) ... scored his first career goal in 18-3 win over Mount St. Mary's (3/20) ... also picked up a groundball and caused a turnover vs. the Mount ... scored a goal and caused a turnover in 14-10 win at Penn (4/21).

Before Maryland: 2006 honorable mention All-Met by the Washington Post ... two-time All-IAC selection ... selected to play in the 2006 Maryland Senior All-Star Game ... Maryland Free State team selection in 2005 ... three-year letter winner for Coach Kevin Giblin at Georgetown Prep ... helped lead the 2006 Lil' Hoyas to a perfect 22-0 season and a No. 1 National ranking by Inside Lacrosse ... also helped lead Prep to a share of the 2005 IAC Championship and a No. 1 ranking in the Washington Post ... team captain and Iron Hoya honoree as a senior ... scored 55 goals and added 83 assists for 138 career points ... also picked up 165 groundballs in his three seasons ... ABC 7 High School Athlete of the Week ... also a two-year letterwinner in basketball as a point guard ... team captain as a senior ... helped Prep to a 21-4 record and an IAC Championship in 2006 ... won the John Hillenbrand Medal for outstanding leadership ... President of the student body

Personal: SSon of Francis and Teresa Gormley '72 UMD... younger brother of Stephen '00 UMD, Alexander '09 UMD Law, and James '07 UMD... brother, Sean and his wife Katie Mootz Gormley, both played lacrosse at Lehigh from 2000-03 and have a son, Patton, & daughter, Lottie, ... brother, Alexander, played Sprint football at Penn and his wife, Alex, was an All American tennis player at East Carolina ... majored in family science ... wore #32 jersey for 2011 season in honor of fellow Georgetown Prep and Maryland attackman Matt Hahn and Chris Feifs, senior captain during his freshman year.

Gormley's Career Statistics
2007 6/0 2 1 3 60 0 3 0/0:00
2008Did Not Compete
2009Redshirt Season
201111/1 11220 0 40/0:00
Total29/2538140 0 151/1:00

Gormley's Career Highs
Goals: 1 Five times, most recent vs. Detroit Mercy (2/19/11)
Assists: 1 Three times, most recent vs. UMBC (3/18/11)
Points: 1 Eight times, most recent vs. UMBC (3/18/11)
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