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#9 Brian Feeney
Position: Goal
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 170
Year: Senior
City/State: Summit, N.J.
High School: Summit

STATS
2011: 15 played/15 started, 905:38, 121 saves, 124 goals, .494 save percentage, 8.22 GAA, 8-7 record
2012: 13 played/12 started, 750:00, 112 saves, 118 goals, .487 save percentage, 9.44 GAA, 3-10 record
2013: 13 played/13 started, 781:38, 136 saves, 95 goals, .589 save percentage, 7.29 GAA, 8-5- record
CAREER: 41 played/40 started, 2437:16, 369 saves, 337 goals, .523 save percentage, 8.30 GAA, 19-22 record

CAREER HONORS
2013: First-team All-Ivy
2013: Co-Ivy League Player of the Week (4/22)
2013: Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area

2013: Started all 13 games in goal, playing all but 2:29 between the pipes ... First-team All-Ivy, first Penn goalie to be so honored since 1984 ... Finished with a 7.29 goals-against average (2nd nationally) and a .589 save percentage (9th nationally) ... As a team, Penn led the nation with a 7.38 goals-against average ... Finished with 136 saves, most by a Penn goalie in a season since 2002, and was 34th nationally in saves per game (10.46) ... Had seven games with a double-figure save total ... Had three games with a save percentage above 80 percent, only goalie nationally to accomplish the feat ... Opened season with 15 saves and nine goals allowed in win over Duke (2/22) ... Had career-high 17 saves and allowed just four goals in win at Lehigh (3/5) ... Stopped 15 shots and allowed just three goals in Ivy League win at Brown (4/6) ... Had 10 saves and allowed just two goals in Ivy win over Dartmouth (4/20), earning co-Ivy League Player of the Week honors ... Made 10 stops in Ivy win against Princeton (3/16) ... Stopped 11 shots and allowed 10 goals in loss to Cornell (3/23) ... Had nine saves and allowed just five goals in a win over Bellarmine (4/27) ... Made eight stops and allowed just five goals in win over Saint Joseph's (2/26) ... Had 11 saves while allowing eight goals in Ivy League Tournament loss to Yale (5/3) ... During regular season, made nine stops and allowed seven goals to the Bulldogs (3/30) ... Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area.

2012: Played all but 30 minutes in goal, starting 12 of 13 games between the pipes ... Opened season with 11 saves and three ground balls at Duke (2/24) ... Made eight stops against Lehigh (2/28) ... Had nine saves and allowed eight goals vs. Villanova (3/10) ... Played only the second half at Yale, making five stops and allowing just three goals (3/31) ... Tied career high with 14 saves while allowing just eight goals and had four GB at Bucknell (4/10) ... Followed up with a 13-save performance and five GB in Ivy win over Harvard (4/14) ... In that game, had 12 saves while allowing just six goals in the final three quarters ... Earned Ivy Player of the Week honors for his showings against the Bison and the Crimson ... Made 10 saves and allowed just five goals in win at Saint Joseph's (4/17) ... Had seven saves with seven goals allowed, four ground balls, and a caused turnover at Dartmouth (4/21) ... Made 10 saves in season finale, a Mile High Classic loss to Virginia in Denver (4/27).

2011: As a freshman, started all 15 games in goal for the Quakers ... Played all but 15 minutes of the season between the pipes ... compiled an 8-7 record ... Had a .494 save percentage and a 8.22 goals against average in 905:38 of action ... His GAA was 16th nationally ... Two-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week (2/28, 4/25)  ... Began the season 3-0, defeating Duke (2/26), Bucknell (3/1), and Lafayette (3/4) with a 5.00 goals-against average ... Twice let up a season-low three goals, against Duke (2/26) and Princeton (3/19) ... Had a season-high 14 saves twice, at Virginia (4/30) and in Penn's NCAA Championship first-round loss at Notre Dame (5/14) ... Faced a season-high 41 shots against the Fighting Irish... Had more saves than goals allowed versus Duke (2/26), Princeton (3/19), Harvard (4/16), Dartmouth (4/23), Virginia (4/30), and Notre Dame (5/14).

High School: Lettered three times in both lacrosse and football ... Captain of both ... High school coach was Jim Davidson ... Helped Summit to Tournament of Champions titles in 2009 (22-1 record) and 2010 (23-0) ... Ranked 25th on Inside Lacrosse Top 100 Power Freshman list for 2011 season ... 2010 Under Armour All-America, played for Boys' North Team at 2010 Under Armour All-America Games ... 2009 and 2010 USLacrosse All-America ... 2010 New Jersey Player of the Year ... Two-time New Jersey Goalie of the Year and first-team all-state ... Three-time first-team all-conference ... First-team All-Fitch Division in 2009 and 2010, second-team in 2008 ... 2009 Newark Star Ledger Junior of the Year ... In football, first-team all-conference at linebacker in 2009 and second-team at nose guard in 2008 ... One of eight Summit students to attend 2008 NFHS National Student Leadership Conference in Indianapolis ... Magna Cum Laude in 2007-08.

Personal: Son of Jo-Ann and Robert Feeney ... Joining twin brother, Danny, on Penn's roster ... Older brother, Brendan, played lacrosse at Lehigh and was a captain of the Mountain Hawks' 2009 team ... Older brother, Kevin, played lacrosse at Washington & Lee from 2006-10 ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.


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