McCormicks Honor Roll
On McCormick: Senior team captain a preseason honorable mention All-American by Face-Off Inside Lacrosse Magazine was a USILA honorable mention All-American in his first season a starter last year filled the shoes of first team All-American Pat McGinnis very admirably, leading the nation in goals against average (6.73) southpaw between the pipes an extremely quick and competitive goalie fifth year in the program gives him lots of experience played at a high level in high school at Landon School, as the starter for all four years for one of the nations top programs one of four Terps from the prep school.
As a redshirt-junior (2002): Emerged as a USILA honorable mention All-American led the nation in goals against average (6.73) and finished 15th in save percentage (.595) after ranking in the top 10 most of the year started all 13 games in his first year as the teams starter made 122 saves in posting a 9-4 record allowed just three goals, making 14 saves in first career start vs. Hobart (2/23) played first 38:11 vs. Mount St. Marys (2/26), making four saves to contribute to Terps first shutout in 32 years (4/20/70 vs. Duke) made 12 saves at Duke (3/2) made eight saves both at Bucknell (3/12) and vs. Towson (3/9) allowed just three goals and made 11 saves vs. Delaware (3/16) equaled career high with 14 saves at North Carolina (3/23), with just 5 GA allowed just five goals vs. Navy (4/5), marking the sixth time he allowed six goals or less posted 12 saves at Johns Hopkins (4/13) including seven in fourth quarter made 11 saves vs. Yale (4/26), allowing just eight goals.
As a redshirt-sophomore (2001): Played in six games, coming on in reserve action for McGinnis gave up just six goals in 80 minutes of play for a 4.50 goals against average made 18 saves for a .750 save percentage played the final 33:48 against Air Force (2/24), making five saves and allowing just one goal had short stints in the fourth quarters against Delaware (3/17) and Bucknell (3/27) played the final 15 minutes at Mount St. Marys (4/25), making one save made four saves in 8:32 at Yale (4/28) closed the regular-season with 15:20 against UMBC (5/5), making six saves member of the ACC and Maryland honor rolls.
As a redshirt-freshman (2000): Saw first collegiate action, playing in five games as a reserve to McGinnis in 41 minutes, allowed seven goals for a 10.24 goals against average and made 16 saves for a 69.6 save percentage ... made college debut playing the fourth quarter against Mount St. Marys (2/27) made career-high seven saves in debut played nine minutes against Delaware (3/15), making three saves made three saves in final 11 minutes at Johns Hopkins (4/16) made three saves in five minutes at UMBC (5/6) made NCAA Tournament debut playing final 46 seconds against Princeton (5/20) member of the ACC Honor Roll.
As a freshman (1999): Sat out season to gain more experience.
Before Maryland: Two-sport star at the Landon School in Bethesda, Md. lettered in lacrosse four times under coach Rob Bordley lacrosse team compiled a 65-8 record during his four years won four IAC conference championships lacrosse captain all-league, all-county three times all-metropolitan area twice 1998 player of the year in the IAC three-time letterwinner in football at linebacker also was an outstanding punter won two IAC championships in football gridders compiled 23-4 record over his three years.
Personal: Daniel Morgan McCormick born July 2, 1979 in Maryland son of Mary and Robert McCormick brother of Bob (25) majoring in geography.
Career Statistics Year GP/GS Svs. GA Sv.% Min. GAA W-L GB Pen 2000 5/0 16 7 69.6 41 10.24 0-0 4 0/0:00 2001 6/0 18 6 75.0 80 4.50 0-0 2 0/0:00 2002 13/13 122 83 59.5 740 6.73 9-4 33 0/0:00 Totals 24/13 156 96 61.9 861 6.69 9-4 39 0/0:00