CAREER: Mike McDade has played in 48 career games with 30 starts at midfield...scored five goals, added two assists and accumulated 12 points in his career.
2008: Played and started in all 18 games as a junior...one of four players to start all 18 games...tied for team lead with three goals...ranked second on the team in points (seven) and fourth in shots (18)...scored goals against Robert Morris, Connecticut and at West Virginia...had an assist at Seton Hall...had five matches with 90 or more minutes played.
2007: Started 12 games and played in 17 contests as a sophomore...registered Pitt's lone goal in a tie vs. South Florida...recorded 16 shots on the year...finished with four shots vs. UNLV.
2006: Played in 13 contests in 2006...scored his first career goal and game-winning goal as a Panther against Georgetown in a 1-0 win...finished the season with one goal, one assist, and three points...registered three shots.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Plum Senior High School in 2006...totaled 44 goals and 40 assists in his three-year varsity career...named All-Section and Valley News Dispatch's All-Area Team in 2004-05...led team to an undefeated season and Sectional Championship in 2004 Section...also helped team to Section Championships, WPIAL Champions and PIAA State Semifinalists in 2005...highlighted as Pittsburgh Post Gazette's All-Star Team, Pittsburgh Tribune Review Elite-11, All-WPIAL, All-State and Regional All-American...four year letterman in volleyball where he served as team captain...played varsity basketball in 2004...also was Executive Producer of Plum's Annual Make-A-Wish Telethon where they raised more money than any other school district in the United States.
PERSONAL: Born August 3,1987...son of Dale and Amy McDade...has two older sisters, Cara and Shannon...majors in communication & rhetoric.
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