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33 - Brian O'Toole
Brian O'Toole
Height: 5-10
Weight: 170
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Long Beach, N.Y.
High School: Long Beach
Position: Midfielder
House Affiliation: Dunster

2012 (Sophomore):
Played in 11 games ... Collected a ground ball and caused a turnover at Holy Cross (Feb. 28) ... Picked up a ground ball at Georgetown (March 10) ... Caused a turnover against Michigan (March 31) ... Snared a ground ball at Penn (April 14).

2011 (Freshman):
Saw action in nine contests in rookie season ... Collected a ground ball against Bellarmine (March 11).

Before Harvard:
Attended the Salisbury School for one year after graduating from Long Beach High School in 2009 … Earned five varsity letters in lacrosse as a midfielder, five in basketball as a point guard and three in football as a running back … Captained all three teams as a senior at Long Beach … Ranked No. 3 incoming college freshmen in 2010 Inside Lacrosse Supplemental Rankings … Received the Richard T. Flood Athletic Medal as best overall athlete at Salisbury School … All-American finalist as a senior at Long Beach … Three-time All-Nassau County in lacrosse … Member of the gold-medal winning Empire State lacrosse team representing Long Island in 2008 … Recipient of the Career Achievement Award for most outstanding achievement on an interscholastic team at Long Beach … Sherman Brown Memorial Award winner for demonstrating ability to be a team leader on and off the field … Won the Spartan Ideal at the 23rd annual “Bunky” Reid Robeson Classic for academic and athletic excellence … Winner of the Bowler Lacrosse Award at Salisbury and earned All-New England honors as a point guard in 2010 … Helped Salisbury win the New England championship by going undefeated in league play and earn a No. 7 national ranking by Inside Lacrosse … Two-time Academic all-county in lacrosse at Long Beach, as well as academic all-conference in basketball as a senior.

Personal:
Brother, Tommy, played four years of lacrosse at Rutgers and captained the team as a senior in 2006.