14 - Peter McMahon
Peter McMahon
Height: 5-10
Weight: 180
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Wilton, Conn.
High School: Wilton
Position: A
Major: Undeclared

As a senior: Started in 18 games for the Bulldogs as a senior captain, missing one game due to injury ... Led the team with 24 assists, averaging 1.33 per game (40th in the nation) ... Scored 22 goals, good for fourth on the squad to finish the season with 46 points (third on team) ... Finished fourth on the team in shots (80) and shots on goals (46) ... Ended his senior season on four-straight hat tricks coming against Sacred Heart in the regular-season finale, Sacred Heart and Robert Morris in the NEC Tournament, and top-ranked Syracuse in the NCAA First Round ... Season-high six points against Sacred Heart in the NEC Tournament Semifinals (3g, 3a) ... Scored a goal in 13-of-18 contests and registered at least one point in 16 ... Season-best five assists against Albany March 16 ties for sixth in the program's single-game records ... Tallied a pair of man-up goals on the year ... Added 33 ground balls and four caused turnovers ... Scooped up a career-high six ground balls against Robert Morris in the NEC Tournament title game ... All-NEC Second Team selection ... Northeast Conference Tournament MVP ... NEC All-Tournament Team ... Graduates tied for the program's all-time record in career starts (67) and ranks second in career assists (93) and games played (68), third in assists per game (1.37) and shots on goal (177), fifth in career points (176), sixth in points per game (2.59) and career goals (63), eighth in shots per game (5.15) and 11th in goals per game (1.22).

As a junior: Started all 18 games at attack as a junior captain ... Led the team with 25 assists, good for ninth on Bryant's single-season list, while his 1.39 helpers per game ranked fifth in the NEC and 37th in the nation ... Finished second on the Bryant side in both points (48) and goals (23) ... Ranked ninth on the league circuit averaging 2.67 points per game ... Scored at least one point in all but a single game, seeing his 40-game point scored streak dating back to the second game of his freshman season snapped at Brown on April 3 ... Posted a career-high eight points in the next contest, scoring twice while dishing out a personal-record six helpers at home against Mount St. Mary's April 7 ... His six assists against the Mount are good for second most in the Bulldogs' individual-game records and ranked in a knot for sixth among all Division I players during the 2012 season ... Tallied a goal in 15 of the team's 18 games and an assist in 11 contests ... Scored the game winner at Quinnipiac April 14 ... Fired 114 shots, second most on the team .. Added 32 ground balls and seven caused turnovers ... NEC Offensive Player of the Week ... NEILA Player of the Week ... Northeast Conference First Team selection ... Enters his senior season already ranked fifth in Bryant lacrosse history in career points (130), tied for second in career assists (69), tied for eighth in career man-up goals (10), tied for seventh in career game-winning goals (4) and tied for sixth in career games started (49).

As a sophomore: Appeared in all 17 games, starting in 16 for the Bulldogs as a sophomore ... Saw no sophomore slump as he improved on his impressive freshman numbers ... Led the Bulldogs with 50 points on the strength of a team-high 30 assists ... Ranked 15th in the country in assists per game (1.76) ... Finished third on the team with 20 goals and second on the team with five man-up goals ... Registered at least one point in all 17 games and totaled 12 multi-point games ... Named Second Team All-NEC ... Opened the season with a six-point effort against Saint Joseph's ... Recorded a season-high five assists, picked up three ground balls and caused two turnovers ... Collected three points or more in each of the last seven games of the season ... Scored multiple goals in each of the last six games, including a hat trick vs. Holy Cross on Apr. 12 ... Scored two goals in each of the five games following his hat trick ... Registered four assists against Wagner on Apr. 9 ... Recorded five-point games against Holy Cross and Robert Morris. 

As a freshman: Appeared in 15 games as a freshman, starting all 15 as a first-line attacker ... Tied for second on the team in scoring to lead all rookies with 32 points ... Fourth on the team in goals (18) and second in assists (14) ... Recorded a pair of game-winning tallies, coming against Wagner and in a 7-6 road win over Quinnipiac ... Collected a trio of hat tricks on the year with a season-high four goals coming at Robert Morris in a 15-14 double-overtime victory ... Also chipped in a pair of assists vs. the Colonials for a career-best six-point day ... Notched a goal in 10-of-15 contests and scored at least one point in every game except his collegiate debut in the 2010 season opener ... Fired 64 shots with 33 on target ... Recorded four man-up scores on the season ... Collected 28 ground balls to lead all freshman and forced five caused turnovers ... Averaged over a goal per game and just under an assist per outing ... 2010 Northeast Conference All-Rookie Team selection ... Two-time NEC Rookie of the Week.

Before Bryant: A 2009 graduate of Wilton High School, McMahon was a four-year varsity starter for the Warriors ... Named a 2009 High School All-American ... Graduated as Wilton's all-time leading points scorer ... Led the Warriors in points scored three of his four seasons ... Two-time first team all-state selection ... Earned second team all-state bid as a sophomore ... First Team All-FCIAC and two-time Second Team All-FCIAC selection during Wilton career ... Named a senior captain ... Three-time all-area selection ... Twice awarded all-area MVP honors ... Connecticut All-Star Game participant ... Also a four-year starter and hockey standout at Wilton, where he earned all-state first team honors and was a three-year captain ... Three-time hockey Defenseman of the Year and three-time team MVP ... Won the Iron Man Award four times and was named the High School Hobey Baker winner as a senior ... As a senior was named the Lt. John G. Corr awardwinner, given to the senior student-athlete who best exemplifies leadership, character and work ethic.

Personal: Born March 2, 1991 ... Son of Chris and Gretchen McMahon ... Has two brothers, O'Brien (25) and Kevin (23), who played lacrosse at Ohio Wesleyan University ... Plans to study finance.

CAREER HIGHS
Goals: 4 (at Robert Morris, April 10, 2010)
Assists: 6 vs. Mount St. Mary's (April 7, 2012)
Points: 8 vs. Mount St. Mary's (April 7, 2012)
Ground balls: 6 vs. Robert Morris (May 4, 2013)
Caused turnovers: 2, twice (last at Robert Morris, April 28, 2012)

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