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Colin

Heacock

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#41

Attack
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 195
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Catonsville, Md.
High School: Boys' Latin

Bio

HEACOCK'S HONOR ROLL
2x USILA All-American
• 2017 Team Captain
• 2017 Third Team All-America (USILA)

• 2017 Second Team All-Big Ten
• 2017 Tewaaraton Award Nominee (Top-25)
• 2017 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (2/28)
• 2016 Honorable Mention All-America (USILA)
• 2016 Honorable Mention All-Big Ten

HEACOCK IN THE NEWS
May 2, 2017: IL COVER STORY - Maryland's 1-2 punch
• March 9, 2017: Maryland star attackmen Heacock and Rambo are 'friends forever'
• April 14, 2016: Colin Heacock dedicates breakout season to late grandfather
• March 25, 2016: Colin Heacock proving difficult to stop
• March 1, 2016: Heacock emerging as offensive threat in junior season
 March 26, 2015: Heacock finds form offensively for Maryland

Notes: Finished career ranking third in career games played (72), t-15th in career goals (93) and t-26th in career points (129) ... helped lead Maryland to one national title, three title game appearances and four semifinal appearances ... senior class had an overall record of 61-14 (.813).

Professional: Selected with the 11th overall pick of the 2017 Major League Lacrosse Draft by the Chesapeake Bayhawks.

As a senior (2017): Started 18 games on attack and served as captain for 2017 National Champions ... totaled 45 points on 28 goals and 17 assists ... led team with five man-up goals ... notched 100th career point vs. Yale (2/25) ... posted career-highs in points (5) and assists (3) at #11 Navy (2/11) ... had three goals and an assist at St. Joseph's (2/14) ... had a goal and an assists against High Point (2/18), in addition to a pair of ground balls and caused turnovers ... matched career-high with five points (3g/2a) vs. #8 Yale (2/25) ... had a goal and an assist at #4 Notre Dame (3/4) ... had two goals and an assist at #14 North Carolina (3/25) ... scored a goal vs. #19 Michigan (4/1) ... had four points (3g, 1a) vs. #1 Penn State (4/8) ... had three points (1g, 2a) at #5 Albany (4/12) ... posted a goal and an assist at #11 Rutgers (4/16) ... missed Ohio State (4/22) game due to injury ... had four points (3g, 1a) vs. #8 Johns Hopkins (4/29) ... had a goal and an assist in Big Ten semis vs. #8 Penn State (5/4) ... had two points, including the game-winning goal, in Big Ten finals at #7 Ohio State (5/6) ... posted two goals and an assist in NCAA first round vs. Bryant (5/14) ... scored a goal in NCAA quarterfinal vs. #4 Albany (5/21) ... scored two goals in in NCAA semifinal vs. #5 Denver (5/27) ... matched career-high with four ground balls in NCAA final win vs. #3 Ohio State (5/29).

As a junior (2016): Started all 20 games, totaling career-highs in points (54), goals (42) and assists (12) ... his 42 goals were the 12th-most in Maryland single-season history ... season included a 14-game goal scoring streak ... posted a hat trick in season-opener win vs. High Point (2/20) ... notched two goals and an assist at #7 Yale (2/27) ... had a ground ball and caused a turnover vs. #1 Notre Dame (3/5) ... scored career-high four goals in win over Drexel (3/8) ... posted three goals at Princeton (3/12) ... scored two goals against #10 Albany (3/16) ... had two goals and an assist vs. #12 UNC (3/26) ... posted four points (3G, 1A) at Penn (3/29) ... scored a goal and had career-high four ground balls at Michigan (4/2) ... had a hat trick in overtime win at #14 Penn State (4/10) ... posted another hat trick vs. #18 Rutgers (4/16) ... had four points (2G, 2A) vs. #10 Navy (4/19) ... scored two goals against Ohio State (4/24) ... had two goals and two ground balls at #8 Johns Hopkins (4/30) ... matched career-high with four points in Big Ten Tournament semifinal win vs. #18 Penn State (5/5) ... had a goal in Big Ten Tournament finals vs. #17 Rutgers (5/7) ... had a goal and an assist in NCAA 1st Round vs. Quinnipiac (5/15) ... matched career-high with two assists in NCAA Quarterfinals vs. #4 Syracuse (5/21) ... totaled four points (3G, 1A), including the overtime game-winner, in NCAA Semis vs. #5 Brown (5/28) ... posted two goals and two assists in NCAA Championship vs. UNC (5/30).

As a sophomore (2015): Appeared in all 19 games (two starts), totaling 21 points on 18 goals and three assists ... scored one goal inseason-opening victory at Navy (2/14) ... tallied first assist of seasonat Yale (2/21) ... fired two shots vs. Drexel (2/28) ... scored one goal vs. No. 10 Princeton (3/7) ... scored fi rst career game-winning goal at Villanova (3/14) ... scored first career hat trick in win vs. No. 2 NorthCarolina (3/21) ... made first career start at Robert Morris (3/24),posting a career-high four points on three goals and one assist ...had a goal against Michigan (3/29) ... scored a goal vs. Penn State(4/4) ... opened scoring for Maryland against No. 19 Loyola (4/8) ...snapped team-leading seven-game goal scoring streak at Rutgers(4/12) ... forced overtime with game-tying goal at Ohio State (4/18) ... scored a goal against Hopkins (4/25) ... scored a goal in NCAA First Round vs. Yale (5/9) ... scored a goal in NCAA Quarters vs. North Carolina (5/17) ... scored a goal and had two ground balls in NCAA Semis vs. Johns Hopkins (5/23) ... scored a goal in the NCAA Final vs. Denver (5/25).

As a freshman (2014): Appeared in 15 games, scoring five goals and adding four assists ... missed the first two games of the season due to injury ... made his collegiate debut in 16-8 win at No. 2 Syracuse (2/22) ... scored his first collegiate goal in 10-6 win over No. 1 Duke (3/1) ... first career assist in 11-8 win at Stony Brook (3/8) ... first career multi-goal and multi-point game with two goals in 11-8 loss at No. 6 North Carolina (3/22) ... scored an empty net goal in 12-6 win over Navy (5/3).

Before Maryland: 2013 Under Armour and US Lacrosse High School All-American ... one goal and one assist for the South team in UA All-America game ... 2013 NILCA First Team All-American … ranked the No. 4 freshman attackman in the nation according to Inside Lacrosse ... ranked the 11th overall recruit by Inside Lacrosse ... two-time member of the Baltimore Under Armour Underclassmen team … four-year letterwinner for coach Bob Shriver at Boys' Latin … helped lead the Lakers to the 2013 MIAA “A” Championship game where he had a hat trick … totaled 74 points on 48 goals and 26 assists as a senior in 2013 … led the Lakers to a 19-1 record and a No. 2 final ranking in Inside Lacrosse's Power Rankings … won the C. Markland Kelly High School Lacrosse Overall Award and for Private School North Division as the “Best High School Lacrosse Player in the State of Maryland” … 2013 first team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun … 2013 All-MIAA “A” Conference … Baltimore Messenger Co-Player of the Year … finished his prep career with 101 goals and 56 assists … a three-time team captain … also lettered in basketball … earned All-MIAA honors after leading the Lakers in points as a senior.

Personal: Son of Don and Susan Heacock … youngest brother of Ryan, Kelly and Matt … brother, Ryan, played lacrosse and basketball at St. Mary's College … brother, Matt, played football at Salisbury … majoring in American Studies.


Heacock's Career Statistics
Year GP/GS G A Pts. Shots EMG GWG GB Pen
2014 15/0 5 4 9 17 0 0 5 0/0:00
2015 19/2 18 3 21 55 4 1 13 2/2:00
2016 20/20 42 12 54 115 4 4 27 6/3:30
2017 18/18 28 17 45 93 5 1 25 3/2:00
Total 72/40 93 36 129 280 13 6 80 11/7:30

Heacock's Career Highs
Goals:
4 at Drexel (3/8/16)
Assists: 3 at Navy (2/11/17)
Points: 5 (2x), last vs. Yale (2/25/17)
Groundballs: 4 at Michigan (4/12/16)

Hat Tricks: 14, last vs. Johns Hopkins (4/29/17)
Multi-Point Games: 35, last vs. Denver (5/27/17)
Multi-Goal Games: 23, last vs. Denver (5/27/17)
Multi-Assist Games: 6, last at #5 Albany (4/12/17)

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