In 2006: Missed the entire season while recovering from an ACL injury suffered in the preseason ... In 2005: Played both attack and midfield, appearing in all 13 games while starting 11 ... Team's fifth-leading scorer with 15 points (13G, 2A) ... Registered first career hat trick with 3G, 1A in win over Holy Cross ... Scored two goals in a win over Lehigh and in Patriot League Tournament OT loss to Army ... Scored with 1:15 left in regulation to send the game into sudden-death ... Ranked third on team with 27 ground balls ... In 2004: Nice success story ... Walked on the team and earned starting berth on attack unit ... Finished third on the squad in goals (14) and fifth in points (17) ... Scored first collegiate goal against Harvard in second game of season ... Had five two-goal games, including one against Maryland, and three three-point games ... Eight of 14 goals came against Patriot League foes ... Picked up 22 ground balls ... Personal: Son of Thomas and Helen Gargan ... Born Jan. 4, 1985 in Annapolis, Md. ... Majoring in management ... Dean's List student ... 2003 graduate of Mount St. Joseph H.S. in Baltimore ... Lacrosse team's leader in goals, assists and points ... 2003 team MVP ... Elected team captain ... Named to second-team All-Baltimore City/County ... Member of 2002 Freestate Team ... Sister, Erin, played lacrosse at Mount St. Mary's ... Father is a former quarterback at Georgetown.
Frank Fedorjaka on Gargan: "It was such a huge blow to our young offense to lose a talented and experienced player like Brian last year. He is coming back strong, however, and we feel confident that he will be at 100 percent by our first game this February. Brian is one of our emotional leaders. He is charismatic and confident and plays with a reckless abandon. He is our best dodger, one of the best riders and a strong lefty finsher either inside or outside."