As a Senior (2009): Played in 3 games before season was cut short by injury ... redshirted senior season ... notched five points on two goals and three assists ... tallied one assist in opening-game win against Holy Cross (Feb. 14) ... scored season-high two goals and one assist in Red Storm win over Quinnipiac (Feb. 21) ... recorded one assist in St. John's win over #5 Georgetown (Feb. 28).
As A Junior (2008): Played in 12 games, starting eight ... was nationally ranked as high as 54th in the nation by the NCAA for assists per game during the season ... tallied 10 points on the season, with four goals and six assists ... scored two goals in the Red Storm's second league win against Fairfield (April 26) ... had a goal and an assist in the season-opener against Holy Cross (Feb. 16) ... recorded two assists at Georgetown (March 1), a goal against Loyola (March 15) and assists at Quinnipiac (Feb. 25), Siena (March 25) and Rutgers (March 29) ... an ECAC All-Academic team honoree and a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
As A Sophomore (2007): Started all 13 games ... was second on the team in assists with eight ... racked up 22 points, tying him for third on the team ... was nationally ranked in the NCAA top 100 for assists per game throughout the season with his highest ranking at 50 ... had a career-best game against Hobart (April 21) with four points (2-2-4) ... his second assist against the Statesman helped St. John's to the safety goal in the middle of the fourth quarter, giving the Red Storm its first two-goal lead of the outing ... notched a career-high three assists against Rutgers (March 31), setting up the game-winning goal three minutes into the fourth period.
As A Freshman (2006): Played in 13 games, starting 10 ... scored five goals and was second on the team with eight assists for 13 total points ... took 25 shots ... collected 14 groundballs ... recorded his season best game against Drexel (March 11) with two goals ... caused two turnovers.
Before St. John's: Member of the All-Catholic league during his sophomore, junior and senior seasons at Archbishop Ryan, including earning first team honors all three seasons ... two-time team MVP ... two-time all-state nominee ... scored ten points in a game on two occasions ... tallied 112 points his senior year and 94 during his junior season ... also played varsity basketball.
Off The Field: Thomas E. Manes ... born in Philadelphia, Pa. ... son of Anthony and Linda Manes ... has two brothers, Anthony Jr. (24) and Eric (21) ... graduated with a finance major ... pursuing MBA in marketing management ... plans to become a financial manager ... enjoys basketball and golf ... didn't start playing lacrosse until sophomore year of high school ... listens to rap on his iPod to get ready for a game ... lists his parents as the most influential people in his athletic career ... a member of the Deans List and the Phi Sigma Sigma Honor Society.
Manes Up Close:
Favorite Movie: "Wedding Crashers."
Favorite Song: "Mr. Jones" by Counting Crows.
Favorite TV Show: SportsCenter
Favorite Book: "Freak The Mighty" by W. Rodman Philbrick.
Favorite Pro Athlete: Brian Dawkins of the Denver Broncos.
Career Highs: Points: 4, vs. Hobart (4/21/07)
Goals: 2, vs. Quinnipiac (2/21/09)
Two times in 2007, once in 2008
Assists: 3, vs. Rutgers (3/31/07)
Ground balls's: 6, vs. Hobart (4/21/07)
First Goal: 2/25/06 vs. Robert Morris
First Assist: 3/4/06 at Georgetown