MANIS' HONOR ROLL
• 2017 Team Captain
MANIS IN THE NEWS
• June 5, 2017: 'Money for Nothing' and Maryland's championship-winning ritual
• May 30, 2017: Championship was "long time coming" for Maryland lacrosse
• May 25, 2017: Manis 'unsung hero' for Maryland lacrosse
• May 25, 2016: Short stick, big impact for Nick Manis
Note: Helped lead Maryland to one national title, three title game appearances and four semifinal appearances ... 2017 senior class had an overall record of 61-14 (.813).
Professional: Selected in the eighth round of the 2017 Major League Lacrosse Draft by the Chesapeake Bayhawks.
As a senior (2017): Appeared in all 19 games and served as captain for 2017 National Chamoions ... totaled 10 ground balls and six caused turnovers ... played both short stick midfield and long pole on man-down unit ... had a ground ball vs. High Point (2/18) ... caused a turnover vs. #8 Yale (2/25) ... had a ground ball at #14 North Carolina (3/25) ... caused a turnover and had a ground ball at #5 Albany (4/12) ... caused a turnover and had a ground ball at #7 Ohio State (4/22) ... had a ground ball and a caused turnover vs. #8 Johns Hopkins (4/29) ... had a caused turnover in Big Ten semis vs. #8 Penn State (5/4) ... had a ground ball in NCAA first round vs. Bryant (5/14) ... had three ground balls and caused a turnover in NCAA semifinal vs. #5 Denver (5/27) ... had a ground ball in NCAA final win vs. #3 Ohio State (5/29).
As a redshirt junior (2016): Appeared in 17 games at short stick midfield, totaling seven ground balls and two caused turnovers ... appeared in first game since 2014 against High Point (2/20) ... picked up a ground ball vs. #1 Notre Dame (3/5) ... picked up a ground ball at Drexel (3/8) ... had a ground ball vs. Ohio State (4/24) ... caused a turnover at #8 Johns Hopkins (4/30) ... had one ground ball in Big Ten Tournament final vs. #17 Rutgers (5/7) ... had a ground ball and caused a turnover in NCAA 1st Round vs. Quinnipiac (5/15) ... had two ground balls and helped hold #4 Syracuse (5/21) six goals below it season average in NCAA Quarterfinals ... dished first career assist in NCAA Semis vs. #5 Brown (5/28), which led to Matt Dunn's goal from beyond half field.
As a junior (2015): Missed season due to injury.
As a sophomore (2014): Appeared in 16 games, totaling nine ground balls and five turnovers ... one groundball in 10-6 win over No. 1 Duke (3/1) ... helped the Terrapin defense hold the Blue Devils scoreless for a stretch of 26:26 ... three groundballs and a caused turnover in 11-8 win at Stony Brook (3/8) ... one groundball and one caused turnover in 13-5 win at Michigan (3/18) ... one groundball and one caused turnover in 6-5 loss to No. 9 Notre Dame (4/25) in ACC semifinals ... one groundball and one caused turnover in 16-8 win over Bryant (5/17) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament.
As a freshman (2013): Appeared in eight games ... made his collegiate debut in 16-4 win at Hartford (2/16) ... played significant minutes in 9-7 win at No. 15 Virginia (3/30).
Before Maryland: Three-time letterwinner for Coach Brian Wood at Severn ... finalist for the C. Markland Kelly Award as a senior ... team captain and MVP ... All-MIAA ... two-time all-county honoree ... second team Baltimore Sun All-Metro and Washington Post All-Met ... selected to play in the MSLCA Senior All-Star Game ... also a two-year letterwinner in football and basketball ... team captain and MVP in both sports ... first team All-MIAA and second team all-county on the gridiron as a wide receiver and safety ... selected to play in the Baltimore Touchdown Club All-Star game ... winner of the Severn School 1923 Athletic Award, which is presented to the student who has contributed the most toward the promotion of athletics during the year.
Personal: Son of Nick and Stacey Manis ... father played lacrosse at Maryland from 1976-80 ... grandfather, George, played basketball for the Terps from 1950-53 ... younger brother of Michele ... majoring in American Studies.
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