2011: Played in all 15 games … recorded a career-season with five goals and five assists for 10 points … also picked up a career-high six ground balls and caused a career-best three turnovers …posted two goals and one assist for three points in the 9-6 win at Lafayette (4/9) … scored his first collegiate game-winning goal and also posted one assist for two points in the 14-5 victory versus Mercer (4/16) … netted one goal each in games versus Army (4/23) and Marist (4/26).
2010: Played in 11
games … had two goals and one assist for three points
… tallied his first collegiate point with an assist at
Lehigh (3/27) … recorded his first collegiate goal in the
11-1 win against Vermont (4/6) … scored a goal against
Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity lacrosse team at the Iona Preparatory School for coach Rick Trizano ... senior captain ... scored 200 career goals, the second-most ever at the school ... also had 90 career assists for 290 points ... as a junior, ranked sixth nationally with 75 goals ... earned first team All-League honors three times ... named the 2008 CHSAA Offensive Player of the Year, the 2009 Metropolitan Player of the Year and was a two-time All-America nominee ... 2009 All-Section All-Star ... team won the 2009 Class A state championship ... also a three-year member of the hockey team, totaling 10 goals and 12 assists for 22 points as a defender and being named the team’s 2009 Most Outstanding Defenseman ... member of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society.
Personal: Son of
Myles and Kim Gillespie ... has one brother (Jack) and one sister
(Caroline) ... both of his parents played lacrosse at Franklin
& Marshall (Class of 1984) ... his great grandfather graduated
from Holy Cross in 1923 ... majoring in History.
Gillespie's Career Statistics