Connor Mullen
Connor Mullen


Romansville, Pa.

High School:
Downingtown West

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 175



As A Junior (2013): Appeared in all 13 games during the 2013 campaign, scoring 10 goals and tallying 10 assists ... gathered 13 groundballs while forcing three turnovers ... scored twice and collected two groundballs in a home loss to Stony Brook (Feb. 25) ... scored and dished out three assists for a career-high four points in a 16-13 road victory over Providence (April 20) ... tallied two goals and one assist in the Red Storm's historic upset victory at No. 1 Notre Dame (March 30) ... tallied a career-high four points on two goals and two assists in a 20-13 home victory over Rutgers (March 16).

As A Sophomore (2012): Played in all 15 games throughout the year ... totaled 20 groundballs and four caused turnovers from the defensive midfield ... opened the season with three groundballs and one caused turnover against Holy Cross (Feb. 18) ... gathered three groundballs against Syracuse (March 10) ... recorded three groundballs and two caused turnovers against Syracuse (March 10) ... picked up a pair of groundballs in the BIG EAST Championship game against Syracuse (May 5).

As A Freshman (2011): Appeared in 12 games during the season ... picked up two groundballs and caused a turnover against Vermont (March 19) ... totaled two groundballs at the Big City Classic against Rutgers (April 3).

At Downingtown West: Lettered three years in lacrosse ... played club ball for Team Harley Davidson and the Keystone State team ... named first team all-conference during his senior year ... earned high Honor Roll all four years of high school ... served as a lacrosse camp counselor in his community.

Off The Field: Connor Joseph Mullen ... son of Colleen and Charles Ziegler ... has 3 siblings, Lindsay Ziegler (23), Stephen Mullen (20) and Zachary Ziegler (19) ... majoring in finance ... named to the 2013 BIG EAST All-Academic Team ... enjoys snowboarding, golf, basketball, hockey and movies ... has a fear of spiders ... cites Muhammad Ali as most influential on his athletic career because of his perseverance ... cites mother Colleen as the person he most admires.

Mullen Up Close

Favorite Movie: "The Guardian"

Favorite Food: Chicken and potatoes

Favorite Song: "Take You Home" by Meek Mill

Favorite Pro Athlete: LeBron James


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