Riggs Lennon
Riggs  Lennon


Paradise Valley, Ariz.

High School:
Brophy Prep

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 175



No. 4 Virginia Suffers First Loss of 2015 at No. 14 Notre Dame, 3-1

Wharton scores on penalty kick in 79th minute


No. 6 Virginia Blanks James Madison, 2-0

Rozhansky and Koffi score as Cavaliers record second clean sheet of season


No. 5 Virginia Plays Duke to 2-2 Draw

Aguilar and Rozhansky score for Cavaliers in ACC opener


No. 5 Virginia Defeats George Mason, 2-1

Lennon and Corriveau score as Cavaliers improve to 2-0-1


No. 2 Virginia Draws Tulsa, 1-1

Lennon scores Cavaliers' goal in wild match with Golden Hurricane


Men's Soccer vs. Tulsa (by Kelsey Grant)

Men's Soccer vs. Tulsa (by Kelsey Grant)


Virginia vs. UCLA - NCAA Final (USATSI)

Cavaliers prevail in penalty kicks to claim their seventh national championship


A Championship Season in Photos: 2014 Virginia Men's Soccer

Top images from the run to a seventh NCAA title

• Played in 16 matches, making seven starts
• Sprained ankle in Virginia Tech match (9/12) and missed next seven matches before returning to action Oct. 11 against Duke
• Started first four matches at forward
• Converted on clinching penalty kick in shootout of NCAA championship match against UCLA (12/14)
• Buried UVa's fifth and final PK in NCAA quarterfinals at Georgetown (12/6)
• Also assisted on Todd Wharton's equalizer in final minute of second half at Georgetown
• Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Played in 21 matches with six starts
• Finished fourth on team with five goals, including three in ACC play
• Played in three NCAA tournament matches (St. John's, Marquette, Maryland)
• Converted on PK in shootout against Notre Dame in ACC semifinals (11/15)
• Scored golden goal on header in OT against UNC Greensboro (10/29)
• Earned spot on Top Drawer Soccer's Team of the Week following two-goal effort vs. Pitt (10/4)
• Scored UVa's second goal in ACC win at Syracuse (9/28)
• Recorded first college goal in win over Providence (9/24)

• Named 2011 Arizona Gatorade Player of the Year
• Two-time First-Team All-American
• Three-time Arizona High School Player of the Year
• Three-time All-Arizona honoree
• Scored 147 goals in three years, setting the school career goals record
• Tallied 51 goals his junior year and 59 his senior year (school single-season record)
• Led Brophy Prep to two state championships
• No. 14-rated recruit by College Soccer News
• No. 30-rated recruit by Top Drawer Soccer
• Spent time with U.S. U17 National Team
• Also played with 94 Sereno White club team as well as Real Salt Lake club side

• Parents are John and Elizabeth Lennon
• Has one brother, Brooks