2008: Enters senior season ranked 14th all-time at GW with 121 career goals, 10th all-time with 129 steals and fifth all-time with 122 ejections drawn.
2007: CWPA Southern Division second team selection ... Finished second on team with 74 points and 25 assists, ranked third on team with 49 goals and 51 steals ... Led team with 41 ejections drawn ... Matched career-high five goals four times - Iona (9/9), Harvard (9/30), No. 19 California Baptist (10/6) and Johns Hopkins (10/23) ... Posted 15 multi-goal games and 20 multi-point games ... Registered career-high six points against Harvard (9/30), Johns Hopkins (10/23) and Washington & Jefferson (11/3).
2006: Sat out season as a red-shirt.
2005: GW's third leading goal scorer (38) ... Added nine assists for 47 total points ... Fifth on team with 40 steals and second on team with 40 ejections drawn ... Scored season-high five goals versus Mercyhurst (9/10/05) as part of 14-goal effort at Princeton Invitational ... Led Colonials with four goals against Penn State Behrend (10/29/05).
2004: Played 111 quarters as a freshman in 2004 ... Led all GW rookies and was second on the team with 34 goals ... Also notched 13 assists ... Ranked second on the squad with 47 points ... Led the Colonials with 38 steals and was second on the club with 41 ejections drawn ... Tallied a career-high five goals versus Gannon (10/22/04).
Prior to GW: Helped lead La Jolla HS to the CIF Western League title ... Was the squad's top scorer his junior and senior seasons ... Two-time all-league first-team selection ... Earned All-CIF second-team accolades in 2002 and All-CIF first-team recognition in 2003 ... Voted the team's MVP in 2003 and named a California /Hawaii All-American ... Named to the swimming and water polo all-academic team ... Also competed for the Wind n' Sea Water Polo Club ... Also a member of the swimming, diving, and basketball team at La Jolla.
Personal: Nicholas Keating Eddy ... Born October 6, 1985 in La Jolla, CA ... Son of Christopher and Virginia Eddy ... One sister, Katie ... Majoring in sport, event and hospitality management.
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