2014: Team Captain … USILA North-South All-Star … All-NEILA Second Team … All-ECAC Second Team … ECAC All-Tournament Team … Started all 16 games on defense for the Stags … Finished the season with 18 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers, good for seventh in the league … Had three ground balls and two caused turnovers in ECAC Championship semifinal versus Michigan … Caused two turnovers in win at Quinnipiac … Tallied three ground balls in win at Holy Cross … Had three caused turnovers against Stony Brook … Had two ground balls and two caused turnovers against Providence.
2013: ECAC All-Second Team ... Started 14 of the 15 games the Stags played in his first year with the team and appeared in every contes Finished the year with 17 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers, ranking 128th in the nation at 0.93 CT’s per game ... Started his Fairfield debut and finished with three caused turnovers in the win over Bryant ... Surpassed that with a four caused turnover effort in the win over Navy, and would have two additional games (Quinnipiac and Air Force) in which he caused two turnovers ... Had a season-best three ground balls at home versus Bellarmine, accounting for one of four multi-ground ball games for the year.
2012 (at Hopkins): Played in four games, with a ground ball and a caused turnover.
2011 (at Hopkins): Played in eight games during his rookie season and finished the year with three ground balls. He made his collegiate debut in an 18-5 win over Delaware. Armour also had a caused turnover during the season.
High School: Armour attended Choate Rosemary Hall, where he earned four varsity letters. As a senior captain he picked up 52 ground balls, scored a goal and handed out two assists. He was an Under Armour All-America that season, and eared All-League accolades his final three seasons. Armour also lettered in soccer, earning All-State his final two campaigns.
Personal: Son of Anne and Gordon Armour and is the oldest of three siblings, Charlotte and Robinson. His mother attended Amherst where she rowed and played squash and his father rowed at Trinity. His sister Charlotte is a member of the soccer team at Dickinson.
|Hometown:||New Haven, Conn.|
|Other College:||Johns Hopkins|