Carlson's Honor Roll
• 2015 Honorable Mention All-Big Ten
• 2015 Academic All-Big Ten
• 2015 Big Ten Sportsmanship Award
• Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (4/20/15)
• 2013 Academic All-ACC
Career: Finished career ranked 16th in Maryland history in goals (91), tied for 40th in points (108) and second in game-winning goals (12).
As a senior (2015): Started all 19 games, posting career-highs in points (41), goals (33) and assists (8) ... ranked second on the team in goals and first in shot percentage (.429) ... scored one goal in season-opening win against Navy (2/14) ... tallied a goal at Yale (2/21) ... posted season-high two goals vs. No. 11 Penn (2/24) ... notched first hat trick of season and one assist in win agaisnt Drexel (2/28) ... scored two goals against No. 10 Princeton (3/7) ... posted two goals and an assist at Villanova (3/14) ... notched three ground balls vs. No. 2 North Carolina (3/21) ... scored a goal at Robert Morris (3/24) ... totaled two goals and an assist against both Michigan (3/29) and Penn State (4/4) ... scored three goals on three shots against No. 19 Loyola (4/8) ... scored at Rutgers (4/12) ... notched four points (3-1), including the game-winning overtime goal, at Ohio State (4/18) ... had three goals and an assist vs. Hopkins (4/25) ...scored a goal in the Big Ten semifi nals against Ohio State (4/30) ... had an assist in NCAA First Round vs. Yale (5/9) ... scored two goals in NCAA Quarters vs. North Carolina (5/17) ... scored a hat trick and had four points in NCAA Semis vs. Johns Hopkins (5/23) ... scored a goal in the NCAA Final vs. Denver (5/25).
As a junior (2014): Appeared in 17 games (10 starts), totaling 31 points ... ranked fourth on the team with 26 goals, scoring on 50 percent of his shots ... also posted five assists ... three goals and two groundballs vs. Mount St. Mary's (2/8/14) ... four points on three goals and an assist in 16-8 win at No. 2 Syracuse (2/22) ... four goals, including the game-winner, and two groundballs in 13-5 win at Michigan (3/18) ... tied his career high with five points on four goals, including the game-winner, and an assist in 19-6 win over Robert Morris (4/2) ... two goals, one assist and a career-best seven groundballs in 12-6 win over Navy (5/3) ... three goals and two groundballs in 16-8 win over Bryant (5/17) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament.
As a sophomore (2013): Appeared in 14 games (nine starts), totaling 22 points ... scored 20 goals on 50 percent of his shots ... two goals and one groundball in 16-4 win at Hartford (2/16) ... two goals on two shots in 16-7 win at No. 19 Duke (3/2) ... made his second career start and scored two goals with two groundballs in 13-7 win over Stony Brook (3/10) ... career-high five goals, including the game-winner, in 10-7 win at Villanova (3/16) ... earned ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his efforts vs the Wildcats ... three goals, including an off-balance behind-the-back goal which was the game-winner and the No. 2 play on SportsCenter's Top 10 plays, in 9-7 win at No. 15 Virginia (3/30) ... earned co-ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his efforts vs. the Cavaliers ... scored the game-winning goal and added an assist in 11-8 win at Navy (4/5) ... three goals on three shots in 18-6 win over Colgate (5/4).
As a freshman (2012): Appeared in 16 games (one start), totaling 20 points ... posted 12 goals and two assists ... scored two goals in his collegiate debut, a 12-6 win over Hartford (2/18) ... two goals with one groundball and one caused turnover in 16-11 win at Georgetown (2/24) ... scored the game-winning goal in 10-7 win over No. 8 Duke (3/3) ... career-high four goals, including one behind the back and one flipping the ball over his right shoulder falling out of the box, in 17-4 win over Marist (3/10) ... earned his first career assist and scored a goal in 11-5 win over No. 10 Villanova (3/17) ... made his first collegiate start, picking up two groundballs, in 12-8 loss to No. 2 Virginia ... also had a career-high three groundballs vs. the Mids.
Before Maryland: 2011 Under Armour High School All-American ... two goals for South team in UA All-America game ... honorable mention ESPNHS All-American ... ranked the No. 11 freshman attackman in the nation according to Inside Lacrosse ... ranked the 30th overall recruit by Inside Lacrosse ... three-year letterwinner for Coach Rick Brocato at St. Paul's School ... totaled 111 goals and 49 assists for 160 career points ... also had 157 career groundballs ... helped lead the Crusaders to the 2010 MIAA A Championship and was named the MVP of the championship game after scoring four goals and adding one assist ... two-time all-MIAA honoree ... 2010 first team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun ... also a two-year letterwinner in football as a wide receiver and safety ... all-MIAA selection ... team captain as a senior ... recipient of the George L. Mitchell Best Athlete Award.
Personal: Son of Chip and Kathy Carlson ... younger brother of Chas, who was a three-time lacrosse All-American at Roanoke College, and Katie ... enrolled in letters and sciences ... intends to major in business.
|Carlson's Scoring Statistics|
Carlson's Career Highs
Goals: 5 (2x), last vs. Robert Morris (4/2/14)
Assists: 1 (17x), last vs. Johns Hopkins(5/23/15)
Points: 5 at Villanova (3/16/13); vs. Robert Morris (4/2/14)
Groundballs: 7 vs. Navy (5/3/14)