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23 Charlie Fay
23 Charlie Fay
Height: 6-4
Weight: 215
Year: 2017
Hometown: Falmouth, Maine
High School: Falmouth
Position: M

2017Team Captain.... Preseason First Team All-New England selection by the NEILA.

2016: U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Second Team All-American.... First Team All-New England.... First Team All-NESCAC... Scored a career-high 45 goals, in addition to six assists and 31 ground balls.... Tied for third place in the New England Small College Athletic Conference in goals per game (3.00) and ranked ninth in points per game (3.40).... Started all 15 games for Bates.... Scored five goals, recorded two ground balls and caused a turnover in Bates' 12-8 win at Roger Williams (Feb. 27).... Scored two goals, dished out an assist and recorded a ground ball in Bates' 12-11 win at Wesleyan (March 5).... Scored four goals and recorded a ground ball in Bates' 19-4 win at the University of New England (March 6).... Scored three goals, tallied an assist and recorded two ground balls at Amherst (March 12).... Scored two goals and recorded two ground balls in Bates' 13-8 win over Trinity (March 19).... Scored four goals, recorded three ground balls and caused two turnovers in Bates' 14-13 win over Keene State (March 23).... Scored three goals, tallied a season-high two assists and recorded two ground balls against Bowdoin (April 6).... Scored three goals, notched an assist and recorded two ground balls at Middlebury (April 9).... Scored a career-high six goals, including the game-winner in double overtime, and recorded a season-high five ground balls in Bates' 19-18 win over Tufts (April 19).... Scored four goals and recorded two ground balls in Bates' 11-7 win over Connecticut College (April 23).... Scored three goals and recorded a ground ball in Bates' 12-11 win at Colby (April 27).... Scored four goals, recorded four ground balls and caused a turnover in the NESCAC Tournament at Middlebury (April 30).

2015: Earned Second Team All-American honors from the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association, the first Bates player in history to be named above the Honorable Mention level.... Named First Team All-New England as a midfielder and named First Team All-NESCAC.... Ranked third on the team in goals (34), despite missing the first five games of the season with an injury... Scored four or more goals in a game seven different times, including a career-high five goals in a 12-8 win over then No. 1 ranked and undefeated Tufts University (Apr. 7)... Tallied 17 ground balls and four caused turnovers on the season.

2014: Played in all 13 games.... Recorded nine goals and two assists on the year.... Notched eight ground balls and two caused turnovers.... Scored two goals in each of two games -- vs. Husson (Mar. 19) and vs. Keene St. (Mar. 26).