|High School:||St. Stephen’s St. Agnes|
As a sophomore (2015): Started all 19 games at short stick midfied, picking up 33 ground balls, causing six turnovers and four points ... picked up a career-high three groundballs in season-opening win against Navy (2/14), starting at short stick defensive midfield... snagged two ground balls and caused a turnover vs. No. 11 Penn (2/24) ... had two shots and a ground ball against Drexel (2/28), helping to hold the Dragons scoreless for 56:17 ... helped hold high-powered No. 10 Princeton (3/7) to just four goals ... picked up two ground balls at Villanova (3/14) ... scooped three ground balls against No. 2 North Carolina (3/21) ... scored fi rst two career collegiate goals against Michigan (3/29) ... tallied a goal on a breakaway versus Penn State (4/4) ... caused a turnover and picked up a ground ball against No. 19 Loyola (4/8) ... had a ground ball at Rutgers (4/12) ... posted two ground balls at Ohio State (4/18) ... had career-high four ground balls and a caused turnover vs. Johns Hopkins (4/25) ... had one ground ball in Big Ten semis against Ohio State (4/30) ... had two ground balls in NCAA First Round vs. Yale (5/9) ... posted an assist, two ground balls and a caused turnover in NCAA Quarters vs. North Carolina (5/17) ... scooped two ground balls in NCAA Semis vs. Johns Hopkins (5/23) ... picked up three ground balls in the NCAA Final vs. Denver (5/25).
As a freshman (2014): Appeared in 16 games, posting nine ground balls and two caused turnovers ... made his collegiate debut with two groundballs in 16-3 win vs. Mount St. Mary's (2/8) ... helped the Terrapin defense hold the Blue Devils scoreless for a stretch of 26:26 in 10-6 win over No. 1 Duke (3/1) ... two groundballs in 11-8 win at Stony Brook (3/8) ... one caused turnover in 8-7 win over Cornell (5/10) in the first round of the NCAA tournament ... one groundball and one caused turnover in 16-8 win over Bryant (5/17) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament.
Before Maryland: Four-year letterwinner for coach Andy Tiabl at St. Stephens St. Agnes School … helped lead the Saints to three state championships and one IAC title … suffered a season-ending injury as a junior in 2012, but returned as a senior in 2013 to be named to the all-state and All-IAC squads … honorable mention All-Met by the Washington Post in 2013 … also lettered in hockey as a defenseman.
Personal: Son of Frank Allen and Audrey Davis … older brother of Josephine … his uncle, Maurice Davis, lettered in men’s lacrosse at Rutgers in 1981 … enrolled in letters and sciences.
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