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Brendan Teague

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Annapolis, Md.

High School:
St. Mary's

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 227

Position:
Defense


Awards and Honors
• 2006, `07 Second-Team All-Patriot League

Teague in 2007: For the second-consecutive season, was named to the Patriot League Second Team after leading the defensive unit to a No. 3 national ranking by giving up 6.60 goals per game ... held Patriot League foes to a league-low 5.50 goals per game ... Navy's defense surrendered double-digit goals in four contests, including just once to a Patriot League team (in a 15-10 win over Colgate during the regular season) ... also spearheaded the Mids' man-down defense that allowed 11 goals on 51 attempts and was ranked sixth in the country ... over the final eight games of the season, the man-down defense gave up just three goals on 25 opportunities (.880) ... has started every game since his sophomore campaign (30 games) ... picked up 32 ground balls, including a career-high five against Maryland.

2006: Garnered Second-Team All-Patriot League recognition as a member of the nation's No. 1-ranked scoring defense that surrendered just 5.47 goals per game and allowed double-digit goals only once during the season (in an 11-10 win by the Mids over arch rival Army) ... also a member of the Mids' 12th-ranked man-down defense that gave just 10 goals on 40 attempts ... started all 15 contests where he scooped up 33 ground balls ... turned in a career-high four grounders against Colgate and in the NCAA Tournament against Georgetown.

2005: Saw action in six contests, including the season opener against Providence in Connecticut ... picked up one ground ball during the season, that against Lafayette in his first game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium ... played a pivotal role as a member of Navy's scout team in practice.

More on Teague: A 2003 graduate of St. Mary's High School where he was a two-sport standout ... earned three letters in football, where he played defensive end, tight end and fullback, while also earning three letters in lacrosse as a defenseman ... served as captain of the football and lacrosse teams his senior season ... garnered all-county recognition in both sports his senior campaign ... led the football team to the MIAA "B" Conference Championship in 2002 ... was a high school teammate of Navy lacrosse defensemen Andrew Thorp and Jake Brosnan ... father, Samuel, played football at Miami ... full name is Brendan Michael Teague ... born May 29, 1985, in Annapolis, Md. ... son of Samuel and Nancy Teague ... majoring in Naval Architecture ... has appeared on the Commandant's List once ... has service selected special warfare.

04/25/14 vs Patriot League Semifinals TBA
04/27/14 vs Patriot League Championship TBA
05/03/14 at Maryland 1:00 PM