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Nick O'Reilly

Attack
Position
6'0''
Height
180 lbs.
Weight
Senior
Class
Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Hometown
Southside
High School

Well-rounded quarterback-type attackman, who possess great vision and play making ability

2013
USILA All-American honorable mention
All-ACC and ACC All-Tournament honoree
Started all 15 of UVa’s games
Led UVa with 61 points and 38 assists
Tallied multiple assists in nine games, including the season’s final four games
Averaged 4.25 assists per game over his final four games
Named ACC Offensive Player of the Week on Feb. 19 for his eight-point (2 goals, 6 assits) performance against Drexel (Feb. 16)
Scored at least one point in all of UVa’s games except at Syracuse (March 1)
Scored 12 points in two games of the ACC Tournament
His nine assists in the ACC Tournament set a new tournament record
Set a career high with seven assists against North Carolina (April 28) in the ACC Tournament, which is also a ACC Tournament record for a game
Tied a career high with eight points (1 goal, 7 assists) against North Carolina (April 28) in the ACC Tournament, which ties an ACC Tournament record for points in a game
Tallied three hat tricks and seven multi-goal games
Scored four goals against Ohio State (March 16)
Picked up 41 ground balls, including six against Drexel (Feb. 16), Mount St. Mary’s (Feb. 26) and Bellarmine (April 20)

2012

Did not appear in any games

2011
2011 NCAA All-Tournament Team
Appeared in 13 games, starting four at attack
Tallied four goals and six assists during his three games played in the NCAA Tournament (did not play against Bucknell)
Set a career high with four assists in the NCAA final against Maryland
Had a career-high five points (1 g, 4 a) against Maryland in the NCAA final
Scored two goals against Cornell in the NCAA quarterfinal round
Score at least one point in last seven games of the season

2010
Appeared in nine games, including the NCAA Tournament contest with Mount St. Mary’s
Scored first collegiate goal at Mount St. Mary’s (2/23)
Also scored goals against VMI, Johns Hopkins and another against The Mount in the NCAA Tournament
Dished out a two assists against Robert Morris

HIGH SCHOOL
Listed as the No. 28 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse
Rated the No. 8 incoming attackman in the country by Inside Lacrosse
Earned seven letters in lacrosse (four) and football (three)
Two-time All-American
Played in the 2009 Under Armour All-American game
Recorded a school record 239 career points
Named Attackman of the Year in Nassau County in 2008 & 2009
First-team All-Long Island (2008 & 2009)
Earned three letters in football as a running back
Named football’s Team MVP in 2006
Earned all-county football honors in 2008

PERSONAL
Son of Brett and Jim O’Reilly
One older brother, Jimmy, who played lacrosse at Duke

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