9 - Thomas Muldoon
Thomas Muldoon
Height: 5-10
Weight: 175
Year: Senior
Hometown: Oakton, VA
High School: St. Albans
Position: A

All-American

What was once a New England secret is now national knowledge:  Thomas Muldoon is a gamer.  As competitive as Lance Armstrong and as tough as Brian Dawkins, he backs down from no challenge.  In 2009, he faced the oppositions' best defenders and he was the focus of their schemes.  Yet he consistently produced.  Against the nation's top defenseman, Thomas led the Brown program in the NCAA Tournament game versus Johns Hopkins.  His four goals, including two in the waning minutes of the 4th quarter comeback, had him and his grandmother earning their 15 minutes of fame on national TV.  Now, he (and she) want more. Captain Muldoon will again be found more often on attack, but will run as midfielder at times as well...2009:  USILA honorable mention All-American...First Team All-Ivy and All-New England...His 116 career points (89 goals, 27 assists) rank 25th all-time at Brown...Scored four goals five times, against Delaware, Bryant, Yale, Providence, and Johns Hopkins in the NCAA Tournament...His 36 goals ranked second on the Brown team...Also picked-up 27 ground balls, seventh on the Brown team...2008: First team All-Ivy and All-New England selection...Led the Bears in scoring with 37 points...His 30 goals also led the Bears...Scored four goals against Hofstra and Yale...Also registered hat-tricks against Vermont and Providence...Ranked among the Brown leaders with 26 ground balls...Had five points vs. Lehigh with two goals and three assists...Started 13 of 14 games...Picked-up 26 ground balls, third best on the Brown team...Named the Ivy League Player of the Week after scoring four goals vs. Hofstra and two vs. Lehigh...2007:  Led Brown in scoring with 32 points (23 goals, 9 assists)...Three-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week...Scored a season high four goals against Penn, while also handing out two assists against the Quakers...Netted three goals against Hofstra, Harvard and Hartford...His 23 goals were ninth in the Ivy League...Picked-up 23 ground balls...Secondary School Background: A graduate of St. Albans School where he lettered in lacrosse (4), football (2) and basketball (2)...St. Albans' second all-time leading scorer with 159 goals, 60 assists...Lacrosse team captain...Washington Post first team All-Met selection as a senior...US Lacrosse All-American, Tawarraton Award Watch List, Under Armor All-American Classic selection...2006 Rice Award recipient as the best athlete at St. Albans...Four-year member of the National Cathedral/St. Albans Orchestra...Senior Class Prefect...Honor Roll student...Personal: The son of James Muldoon and Barbara Ryan of Oakton...Enjoys fishing and skiing...Biology concentrator.

 

Thomas Muldoon's Career Statistics

Season                     Goals                 Assists                 Points

2007                         23                        9                         31

2008                         30                        7                         37

2009                         36                        11                       27

Career                      89                        27                       116