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11 Pat Harbeson
Pat  Harbeson

Annapolis, Md.

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Height / Weight:
5-8 / 175



Virginia Advances to ACC Final With 13-6 Win Over No. 2 Maryland

Cockerton and White pace UVa's win over the tournament's top-seeded Terrapins


Virginia Advances to ACC Final With 13-6 Win Over No. 2 Maryland

Cockerton and White pace UVa's win over the tournament's top-seeded Terrapins


UVa Snaps Losing Streak With Resounding Triumph Over Bellarmine, 12-7

Mark Cockerton leads the way with four goals and one assist in UVa's victory


No. 10 Johns Hopkins Tops No. 14 Virginia in Face-Off Classic

Cavaliers fall to 5-4 on the season


White Lifts No. 7 Virginia Over Drexel in Overtime Thriller

UVa opens sixth season in a row with a victory over the Dragons


Men's Lacrosse vs. Rutgers (by Matt Riley)

Men's Lacrosse vs. Rutgers (by Matt Riley)


Men's Lacrosse vs. Bellarmine (by Matt Riley)

Men's Lacrosse vs. Bellarmine (by Matt Riley)


Men's Lacrosse vs. Drexel (by Matt Riley)

Men's Lacrosse vs. Drexel (by Matt Riley)

Appeared in all 16 of UVa's games and ran on the second midfield
• Key component on the faceoff wing
• Picked up 29 ground balls and caused three turnovers
• Dished out one assist, picked up one ground ball and caused one turnover against No. 12 Loyola (Feb. 6)
• Had an assist and three ground balls at Richmond (Feb. 8)
• Scored a goal and picked up five ground balls against Syracuse (March 1)
• Dished out a career-high three assists against VMI (March 24)
• Scored one goal in career finale against Johns Hopkins (May 11) in the NCAA Tournament first round


• Appeared in 14 of UVa's 15 games and saw most of his time at SSDM
• Scored his lone goal of the season in the opener against Drexel (Feb. 16)
• Dished out five assists, including one against Drexel (Feb. 16) to tie a career high with two points
• Also assisted goals at Stony Brook (Feb. 23), vs. Johns Hopkins (March 23), against Bellarmine (April 20) and vs. Maryland (April 26)
• Assist against Maryland (April 26) was part of UVa's 7-0 second half run that sealed the ACC Tournament semifinal victory
• Picked up 24 ground balls and caused two turnovers on the season
• Matched his career high with five ground balls against VMI (Feb. 19)
• Picked up three ground balls against Mount St. Mary's (Feb. 26) and against Cornell (March 9)


• Appeared in all 16 games as a SSDM
• Registered an assist at No. 20 Drexel
• Picked up two ground ball against the Dragons
• Picked up a career-high five GBs vs. Vermont
• Scored first goal of the season at No. 9 North Carolina
• Dished out an assist against Notre Dame in the NCAA Quarterfinal round


• Appeared in nine games, seeing mostly time on the second midfield
• Scored his first collegiate goal and dished his first collegiate assist against VMI
• Picked up five ground balls

• Listed as the No. 69 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse
• Rated the No. 20 incoming midfielder in the country by Inside Lacrosse
• Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse at Dematha Catholic
• Tallied 163 career points
• As a freshman was named team Rookie of the Year
• As a sophomore was named team Underclassman of the Year
• First-team All-WCAC in 2009
• WCAC League Player of the Year
• US Lacrosse All-American
• Rated the No. 32 rising senior by Inside Lacrosse
• Tallied 26 goals and 28 assists at DeMatha in 2009
• A 2009 Lacrosse Under Armour All-Star
• Cornerback on the football team that went 11-1 in 2009 and was ranked at one point as high as No. 9 nationally
• Scored eight touchdowns during senior season
• Won the Tim Strachton Award
• Won the Unsung Hero Award
• Was all-conference in football
• Honor roll student

• Son of Jeffrey and Maria Harbeson
• Has a brother Matthew and a sister Elizabeth
• Brother Matthew played lacrosse at St. Joseph's
• Sister Elizabeth currently plays lacrosse at Syracuse
• Involved with Big Brothers and Big Sisters at DeMatha
• Involved with Fellowship of Christian Athletes at DeMatha

Harbeson's Career Statistics



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