Brian Gilloran '13
2012: 20 GP, 8 goals, 7 assists, 23 points, 2 GWG
2011: 20 GP, 7 goals, 7 assists, 21 points, 2 GW
2010: 21 GP, 1 goal, 2 assists, 4 points 1 GW
2009: 13 GP, 0 goals,3 assists, 3 points
Total: 74 GP, 16 goals, 19 assists, 51 points, 5 GW
2012: Gilloran finished his collegiate career at St. Lawrence strong as he was named second team regional All-American at forward for his performance during the season. A first team All-Liberty League selection, he was tied for leading scorer with 23 points, tallying eight goals, including two game-winners, while leading the team in assists with seven. He finished his career tied for 20th on the program's all-time scoring list with 16 goals, 19 assists for 51 points. A performance and communication arts major, he also earned a spot on the Liberty League's All-Academic team for his efforts in the classroom.
2011: The second-leading scorer for the Saints with seven goals and seven assists, Brian was a primary component in the Saint attack after injuries felled a pair of senior starters. A second-team All Liberty League selection, he had two goals and an assist in a 4-0 win at Ithaca, scoring the game winner, and also had the game winner in a victory over Bard. He assisted on the game winners against both RPI and RIT. He also earned Liberty All-Academic honors.
2010: Brian played in 21 of 22 games for the Saints as a sophomore, scoring one goal and setting up two others. He picked up his first point of the year with an assist in a win at Potsdam and scored the game winning goal in a 3-2 overtime win against Hamilton in the Liberty League semifinals. He earned a spot on the all tournament team for his play in the Liberty League championships.
2009: Brian played in 13 of 15 games for the Saints in his rookie season and finished the year with three assists, all of which came in his first two collegiate games. He had two assists in a 3-1 win over Keen and added another assist in a 6-0 win over Potsdam in the Lotto Tournament.
At Guilford: Brian was All Southern Connecticut Conference and the Guilford Premier Captain. He played soccer and track, and was a member of the National Honor Society and president of the National Spanish Honor Society. He was a scholar-athlete award winner.