On McAllister: Talented right-hander who could compete for playing time as the one of the team's top defensive middies ... appears ready to make an impact in his final season ... big, physical player with good hands ... could also be used as a face-off wing man.
As a junior (2008): Tied career best with two caused turnovers in season debut in 17-7 win at Mount St. Mary's (2/26) ... one goal in 15-7 loss at No.2 Duke (3/1) ... scored the team's final goal in 16-4 win over Air Force (3/16) ... helped hold the Falcons scoreless for 44:03 spanning from the end of the first quarter to the final minutes of the fourth.
As a sophomore (2007): Caused his first career turnover in 11-6 season-opening win over Bellarmine (2/17) ... one groundball in 16-7 win over Vermont (2/20) ... helped hold the Catamounts scoreless for a 26-minute span ... one groundball and a caused turnover in 13-4 win over Lafayette (3/13) ... helped hold the Leopards to just one goal over the final 45:22 of the game ... scored his first career goal in 18-3 win over Mount St. Mary's (3/20) ... also picked up two groundballs and caused two turnovers ... helped hold the Mount scoreless for a stretch of 37:29 ... one groundball in 14-8 win over No. 11 North Carolina (3/24).
As a redshirt freshman (2006): Made his collegiate debut in 14-2 win over Dartmouth (3/21).
As a freshman (2005): Missed the entire season recovering from a knee injury.
Before Maryland: Two-time first team all-Mid Shore ... second team selection as a sophomore ... scored 159 points during his career at Easton ... as a junior, he scored 30 goals and had 18 assists for 48 points ... also scooped up 67 groundballs and caused 25 turnovers ... scored 20 goals and added eight assists for 28 points as well having 56 groundballs as a sophomore.
Personal: Son of Sandy and Debbie McAllister ... father played college lacrosse at Dickinson ... uncles Mike (North Carolina) and Larry (Roanoke) also played college lacrosse ... older brother of Max ... hobbies include snowboarding, wakeboarding, sailing and tubing ... majoring in criminology and criminal justice.