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Regan Quinn

190 lbs.
Graduate Student
Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Chaminade HS
High School
Regan Quinn - Men's Lacrosse - Virginia Cavaliers

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2022– “We are fortunate Regan decided to return for a 5th year here in Charlottesville… Brings both street smarts and field smarts… Pulling the trigger himself much more now, bringing his own heat… This aggressiveness makes him more dangerous as he has a better balance with decision-making, both feeding and shooting.” 2021 – “Difficult to categorize as shooter or feeder first … can unload heat but is always surveying and spying open teammates … continues to sacrifice and enhance his training and strength.” 2020 – ” Does anyone have better vision on the team? Regan is superb with both putting the ball on the ear of the recipient as well as anticipating not yet realized openings in a defense while his teammates move. His ability to do such with both hands makes Regan that much more effective with putting pressure on the opposition, who must also respect the impressive range he has with his outside shot.” 2019 – “This second-year’s repertoire of feeds and shots is growing in complexity and efficacy, building upon the meaningful experience he earned in his first season in Charlottesville.” 2018 – “The typical growing pains experienced during the transition from high school lacrosse to the collegiate level were witnessed earlier this fall for Regan, but changes for the better are starting to be observed.  Regan can fire the ball with startling speed, and he is doing so with both hands.  There is a path to playing time for Regan, and he can realize this route with continued growth in both his dodging and assuredness in himself.”


  • Appeared in 11 games, including one start against Lafayette (April 28) on Senior Night
  • Registered six goals and one assist
  • Recored career highs in both goals (4) and points (4) against the Leopards
  • Scored his 15th career goal in Virginia’s 19-8 win over then-No. 14/15 Johns Hopkins (March 5)


  • Appeared in 12 of UVA’s 18 games with one start
  • Scored five goals and dished out three assists
  • Picked up five ground balls and caused three turnovers
  • Scored two goals against Air Force and again versus UNC


  • Appeared in six of UVA’s games
  • Finished season with one goal and four assists
  • Notched a goal and an assist in season-opening win over Loyola


  • Appeared in UVA’s first five games before missing the final 15 with an injury
  • Saw time on UVA’s second midfield before suffering season-ending injury


  • Appeared in 17 of UVA’s 18 games with eight starts
  • Started running on UVA’s first midfield in the Manhattan game
  • Finished the season with eight goals and five assists
  • Picked up six ground balls
  • Scored one goal and dished out one assist in his collegiate debut at Drexel
  • Scored a season-best two goals against Dartmouth
  • Dished out a season-best two assists against Princeton


  • Team captain
  • US lacrosse All-American (only New York catholic league All-American)
  • News Day Top 25 player
  • Recruiting Rundown No. 58 senior
  • MSG Varsity Long Island Team
  • Catholic League Attackmen of the Year
  • MVP at National High School Lacrosse Showcase
  • All-league team selection
  • 33 goals and 20 assists in 2017
  • All-Tristate team
  • Also played basketball and was named All-Long Island
  • All-league and team captain (Basketball)
  • MVP of Tom Crotty Classic (Basketball)
  • Runner-up in state championship (Basketball)
  • Averaged 9.2 points, 4.0 assists and 5.0 rebounds per game (Basketball)


  • Son of Kyle and Patricia Quinn
  • National Honor Society
  • Member of P.R.E.P (select club at Chaminade where you go to local parishes to teach middle school students religion)
  • Head teacher coordinator of prep
  • Officer of the Culinary Club.
  • In 2021, earned degree in American Studies with a minor in Entrepreneurship