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Patrick McIntosh

195 lbs.
Palo Alto, Calif.
Salisbury School (Conn.)
High School
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– “Patrick has proven himself to be a sharpshooting goal scorer. Focusing at the midfield position, he has become an integral part of our half-field offense. And the one time he started and played attack for us in 2023, what did he do? 6 goals up at Johns Hopkins. Patrick thrives especially well in the 2-man game with picks both on and off-ball. He is clever with his release points of his shot, and he does not need much space or angle to be a threat to score. The energy at practice is higher thanks to the juice Patrick brings.” 2023 – “Patrick’s climb up the depth chart ladder is the fastest in the program right now.  How he played this Fall is a testament to his absolute dedication to being the best he can be.  Patrick reflects exactly what a coaching staff asks of its athletes:  push yourself, be open to learning new techniques, keep grinding, and stay positive.  This is Patrick to a T.  He has not been discouraged by lesser playing time his first two years here, but instead motivated to earn his playing time and he is doing just that!” 2022 – “Taking the next step… The rest of us witnessed the elevation of his game and scoring this Fall… Finishing his shots at a high percentage… Brings a spirit and workmanlike focus to every training session… Poised to earn significant minutes this spring as an offensive midfielder… Literally will do whatever is asked
of him.” 2021 – “Very active around the crease … finds space in the defense … a hunter ready to shoot … savvy with the two-man game … natural attackman but could be used at the midfield.”


  • In his first career start, recorded career highs in both goals (6) and points (6) at #11 Johns Hopkins (March 7)
  • Tallied a then-career high with three goals and two assists against Richmond (March 4)
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll


  • Appeared in all 16 games, mostly as a midfielder
  • Recorded eight goals, including two man-up, and three assists
  • Contributed as a member of the Cavaliers’ man-up unit
  • Registered a career-best three points with one goal and two assists at Syracuse (April 23)
  • Tied his career high of two goals against Quinnipiac (April 16)


  • Appeared in three of UVA’s 18 games before experiencing a season-ending injury
  • Made collegiate debut against Towson
  • Scored first two career goals against Air Force
  • Also scored a goal against Robert Morris


  • Earned five letters between time at Palo Alto High School and the Salisbury School
  • Finished high school with 142 career goals and 129 career assists for 271 career points
  • Two-time New England champion at Salisbury School
  • Inside Lacrosse’s No. 8 prospect as a rising junior
  • Named first-team All-New England and Adrenaline All-American at Salisbury
  • Under Armor All-American
  • Earned both second-team and first-team All-SCVAL honors in his two years at Palo Alto HS
  • SCVAL Offensive MVP
  • Recipient of “Top Attack man” Project 9
  • Team captain of Salisbury’s varsity soccer
  • Combined for nine varsity letters in high school between lacrosse and soccer


  • Son of Becky and Bill McIntosh
  • Has two sisters, Heidi and Charlotte
  • Volunteer work includes ADVNC summer camp, CMT Christian Music Theatre Camp and Firestarter Firehawks Lacrosse Camp
  • Enjoys lacrosse, hockey and soccer
  • Majoring in Foreign Affairs with a Minor in Entrepreneurship