Durkin in 2008 (Jr.): A member of Navy's second midfield line, Durkin played a pivotal role on the offense ... having played in just eight games in his first two seasons combined, he saw action in all 16 contests in his junior year ... contributed eight goals, including not only his first collegiate goal in the Mids' season opener against VMI, but also the game-winner ... scored five of his eight goals at neutral sites, including a career-high four goals against Colgate in the semifinals of the Patriot League Tournament ... it marked the first time in his career he has turned in multiple goals or points in a game ... named to the Patriot League All-Tournament Team ... scored one goal each against Patriot League foes Lafayette, Holy Cross and Bucknell ... half of his season goals were scored in the fourth quarter.
2007 (So.): Saw action in eight of the 15 games, including four Patriot League contests ... he also competed against Army in the Patriot League Tournament ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2006 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player, who also saw time in JV games.
More on Durkin: A 2005 graduate of Good Counsel High School, Durkin earned four letters ... garnered First-Team Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) honors as a senior ... brother, Matt, was a four-year standout for the Saint Joseph's lacrosse team ... full name is Shane Martin Durkin ... born Sept. 21, 1987, in Washington, D.C. ... son of Ed and Annie Durkin ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering ... a member of the Dean's List, he has twice been named to the Commandant's List ... well respected among the Brigade, he is highly ranked in military order of merit ... has service selected Special Warfare.