Fairfield Men's Lacrosse BIO
Greg Perraut
Player Profile:
Greg Perraut 1794571
Position: Defense
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: Bethesda, Md.
High School: Georgetown Prep

Set the program record for games played, appearing all 63 contests.

Off the Field: Perraut is a double-major, working towards degrees in Accounting and Finance. He has earned Dean’s List in every semester on campus.

2014: Team Captain … NEILA Academic All-New England … ECAC All-Academic Team … Started all 16 games on defense … Posted 23 ground balls … Had 13 caused turnovers … Had three ground balls and a caused turnover in victory over Ohio State … Had two ground balls and a caused turnover in win over Quinnipiac … Had two caused turnovers and a ground ball in win over Bucknell … Had two ground balls and two caused turnovers in win at Bellarmine … Had three ground balls and a caused turnover in win over Holy Cross … Notched three ground balls and two caused turnovers in win over UMass … Had two ground balls and a caused turnover in win over Yale … Notched three ground balls at Hofstra … Caused two turnovers in win at Delaware to open season.

2013: ECAC All-Academic Team ... Perraut played in all 15 games as a junior, with starts in 13 of those games.  He posted a career-best 20 ground balls and also caused nine turnovers in his time on the field.  Perraut picked up a ground ball in each of the first two games of the year and had four over the first four games.  He scooped up a season-best three ground balls in three consecutive games, versus Michigan, Quinnipiac and Hobart, as part of a five game stretch where he had 12 total. Perraut had six of his cause turnovers during that three-game stretch, picking up two causes in each of the games that he had the three ground balls. 
2012: ECAC All-Academic Team ... Perraut started all 16 games for the Stags as a sophomore and had a career-best 18 ground balls.  He had four ground balls in ECAC Tournament action.  He had a season-best three ground balls against Lafayette, one of seven multi-ground ball games on the year.  Perraut finished with two caused turnovers, one versus Bryant and one at Bellarmine.
2011: Perraut started all 16 games for the Stags during his rookie season.  He started his career with a ground ball against Lafayette and went on to pick up 17 over the course of the season.  Perraut scooped up a season-high three ground balls, to go along with two caused turnovers in his first ECAC appearance, a win over Air Force.  Three games later he had a season-best three caused turnovers against Hobart.  Perraut had a caused turnover in each the ECAC Tournament games as he finished the season with a dozen.
High School: Perraut earned four varsity letters at Georgetown Prep, leading the team to a 78-11 record in that time.  A member of three IAC Lacrosse Championship teams, he finished his career with 103 ground balls, 40 caused turnovers and a goal.  As a senior captain Perraut was named the team’s Most Improved Player and was also named Second-Team All-Met by the Washington Post.  He finished that campaign with 60 ground balls and 22 caused turnovers to earn First-Team All-State, All-Gazette and Montgomery County All-Star accolades. Perraut was inducted into the National Honor Society at Georgetown Prep and earned a varsity letter in football as a sophomore.
Personal: Son of Sharon and Ed Perraut ... Father played football and rugby at Princeton ... Has three older siblings: Ryan, who played lacrosse at Georgetown, Michael, who played football at Davidson, and Danielle.

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