Awards: Drafted as the 58th overall selection in the 2013 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft by the Hamilton Nationals.
Career: Appeared in 53 games of his career while making 38 starts... Registered 39 goals and 30 assists for 69 points... Collected 63 ground balls and caused seven turnovers... Tallied three game-winning goals and two man-up scores... Ranks tied for 8th place with three game-winning goals... Graduates Villanova with a degree in Liberal Arts from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
2013: Appeared and started in all 15 games on the Villanova attack... Tallied 13 goals and 13 assists for 26 points... Collected 24 ground balls and caused two turnovers... Tallied one game-winning goal vs. Georgetown (Apr. 3) and two man-up scores vs. Syracuse (Mar. 23) and Penn State (Mar. 30)... Averaged .87 goals per game, .87 assists per game and 1.73 points per game... Fifth on the team with 26 points... Fifth on the team with 13 goals... First on the team with 13 assists... Fifth on the team with 24 ground balls... Tied for first on the team with one game-winning goal... Fifth on the team with two man-up goals... Recorded a career-high four points via three goals and one assist vs. Providence (Apr. 27)... Matched a career-high three goals vs. Providence (Apr. 27)... Collected a career-high six ground balls vs. St. John's (Apr. 13)... Matched a career-high one man-up goal vs. Syracuse (Mar. 23) and Penn State (Mar. 30)... Provided points in all but one game in 2013... Recorded eight multi-point games on the year. BIG EAST: Appeared and started in all six conference contests... Tallied six goals and four assists for 10 points... Collected 15 ground balls and caused one turnover in BIG EAST action... Fourth on the team with four assists in conference games... Fourth on the team with 15 ground balls... Tied for third on the team with one man-up goal in BIG EAST contests (vs. Syracuse Mar. 23).
2012: Appeared in 12 games while making seven starts after missing three games to injury... Posted 10 goals and four assists for 14 points... Collected 21 ground balls and three caused turnovers... Posted a career-high three goals vs. Delaware (Mar. 3)... Posted a career-high five ground balls vs. Rutgers (Apr. 7)... Averages 1.17 points per game, .83 goals per game and .33 assists per game. BIG EAST: Appeared in three conference matches, missing three to injury... Posted three goals, 12 ground balls and two caused turnovers.
2011: Started in all 16 games on the Villanova offense... Posted 12 goals, 12 assists and 24 points... Captured 16 ground balls and two caused turnovers... Posted a career-high three points vs. Drexel (Mar. 1) and Rutgers (Arp. 26)... Averaged 1.50 points per game and .75 goals and assists per game... Provided points in all but two games... Tallied eight multi-point games... Third on the team with 12 assists. BIG EAST: Appeared in all six conference matches... Tallied four goals, four assists and eight points in conference play... Captured six ground balls and two caused turnovers.
2010: Appeared in 10 games in his freshman season at attack... Tallied four goals and one assist for the year... Had a season-high two-point performance (1g, 1a) vs. Delaware (Mar. 20)... captured one goal each vs. Drexel (Mar. 24), Syracuse (Mar. 29) and Georgetown (May 8)... Grabbed two ground balls for the season. BIG EAST: Tallied two goals off of seven shots in conference action... Captured one ground ball.
Delbarton: Earned varsity letters in both soccer in lacrosse...Tallied 35 goals, 23 assists and 58 groundballs his senior season... Was named first team all-county, first team all-area, first team all-state and 2009 All-American selection...Also an honor roll member for four years in high school.
Personal: Born 11/11/90 in Morristown, N.J... Parents are Robert and Susan Doherty... Has three siblings, Matt, Christina and Anna... Brother, Matt, played lacrosse at Princeton, and mother, Susan, ran track and played soccer at Princeton... Was high school teammate of Billy Hurley... Liberal Arts major in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.