Healy's Honor Roll
On Healy: One of four team captains for the 2006 season ... a dynamic player, who can dodge, pass and shoot ... is expected to be a major contributor this season ... will run with the first midfield line for the second straight season ... gives 100 percent effort in everything he does ... according to Dave Cottle, "he might be the hardest working player in the program" ... broke strength index records for the second straight season during off-season conditioning ... ultimate competitor every day in practice or game action ... excellent finisher and playmaker ... can split with either hand and shoot on the run ... switched from No. 10 to No. 34 prior to his sophomore season as a tribute to former Terp All-American Ryan Moran, whom he played with as a freshman and was a huge influence in his first collegiate season ... switched numbers for the second time prior to the 2006 season, moving from No. 34 to No. 4 to honor his brother Ian, who wore that number before graduating in 2005 ... scored in same game as brother Ian on 10 occasions.
As a senior (2006): Honorable mention USILA All-American for the third time ... assisted on two of Max Ritz's four goals in 10-4 season opening victory at No. 7 Georgetown (2/25) ... scored three goals, including the game-winner, for his fourth career hat trick in 9-6 win over No. 15 Towson (3/11) ...scored twice and picked up four groundballs in 7-6 loss in double overtime to Bucknell (3/14) ... tied his career high with two assists in 9-6 win at North Carolina (3/25) ... one assist in 15-5 loss to No. 1 Virginia (4/1) ... one assist in 7-6 loss to No. 8 Navy (4/8) ... snapped a five-game goal-less skid with one score in 11-4 win at No. 6 Johns Hopkins (4/15) ... also caused two turnovers vs. the Blue Jays ... one goal in 18-2 win over Sacred Heart (4/18) ... set a career high with five points on a natural hat trick in the third quarter and two assists in 10-9 win over North Carolina (4/28) in the ACC Semifinals ... the three goals and two assists tied career game-highs ... two goals and an assist in 11-5 loss to No. 1 Virginia (4/30) in the ACC Finals ... named to the ACC All-Tournament team for his effforts vs. UNC and UVa ... continued his torrid scoring tear with three goals in 12-4 win over No. 10 Penn (5/6) ... another tremendous game with five points on three goals and two assists in 16-8 win over No. 12 Denver (5/13) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... posted his third straight hat trick in 11-6 win over No. 9 Princeton (5/21) in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
As a sophomore (2004): Honorable mention STX/Geico All-American after finishing fourth on team in scoring with 26 points on 18 goals and eight assists ... scored second career goal and added an assist in season opening 14-5 win at No. 6 Georgetown (2/28) ... led team with eight shots and five groundballs vs. Hoyas ... scored in same game as brother Ian for the first time at Georgetown ... career-high three points on first-career multi-goal game in 8-6 win over No. 18 Towson (3/13), scoring first and final goal in win ... first-career hat trick in 14-7 rout of Bucknell (3/17) ... goal and an assist in 9-4 win at UMBC (3/20) ... three-point game on a goal and two assists in 19-4 win over Butler (3/23) ... set up Mike Brown goal in fourth quarter of 11-2 win over No. 10 Virginia (4/3) ... second career hat trick in 14-10 loss at No. 1 Johns Hopkins (4/17) ... scored the final goal in 10-7 ACC Semifinal win over No. 16 Duke (4/23) ... assisted Xander Ritz' first-quarter goal in 12-11 ACC Final victory over No. 14 Virginia (4/25) ... scored game-winning double-overtime goal to beat Notre Dame (5/1), 9-8, after missing his first nine shots ... named Under Armour TerpVision Player of the Game vs. the Fighting Irish ... scored a fourth-quarter goal in regular-season finale 13-5 win over No. 13 Penn (5/8) ... fourth multi-goal game of season in 16-12 win over No. 14 Army (5/15) in NCAA First Round, scoring twice in same game in which brother Ian also scored two ... scored twice and added assist in 9-8 overtime loss to Princeton (5/22) in NCAA Quarterfinals) ... named to the ACC and Maryland Honor Rolls.
As a freshman (2003): Saw increased playing time as the year developed, playing in 15 of 16 games ... ran with the third midfield and also saw some time on face-off wing ... netted first career goal in NCAA Semifinals vs. Virginia (5/24) ... first career point came on assist at Stony Brook (3/15), also took three shots and scooped two groundballs ... made collegiate debut vs. Duke (3/2) ... named to the ACC and Maryland Honor Rolls.
Before Maryland: Lettered four years in both lacrosse and soccer at the Landon School in Bethesda, Md. ... under coach Rob Bordley, led the Bears to a No. 1 ranking in the nation each of his two seasons finishing his senior campaign with a 19-0 record and four straight IAC Championships as the Bears had won 22 in a row overall ... named All-IAC first team as a junior and senior ... selected to the All-Met team by the Washington Post as both a junior and senior ... twice named to the All-Free State team ... served as team captain for both the lacrosse and soccer teams as a senior ...twice named All-IAC in soccer.
Personal: Son of Deborah Healy Turner and Alan Patrick Healy ... brother of former Terp teammate Ian, step-brother of Cam and Nick ... also recruited by Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, Princeton and Virginia ... served as student council president as a senior ... majoring in marketing.