Senior (2012): Dooley played in 11 games in his final year ... suffered an injury in the first five minutes of the opening game against Colgate, and missed the next three games ... returned in the contest at North Carolina and played in every game from then on to finish second on the team in scoring ... totaled 13 goals and 13 assists for 26 points ... registered four-or-more points in three games, while twice totaling five points in a contest ... finished his career with 96 points on 49 goals and 47 assists in 51 games ... named honorable mention All-Ivy ... earned a spot on the NEILA Senior Scholar-Athlete Team ... named to the Academic All-Ivy team for the second consecutive season ... was a Lowe's Senior CLASS Award candidate ... earned Dartmouth's Class of 1980 award.
Junior (2011): Led the Big Green in multiple offensive categories in his best season to date ... scored 14 goals and tallied 19 assists for 33 points on 46 shots ... the goals, assists and point totals were all career highs ... finished 33rd in the nation in assists per game at 1.36 ... finished fifth in the conference in assists per game at 1.36 ... was the only Dartmouth player to record a point in every game this season, including a season high of five points (two goals and three assists) at Holy Cross on March 9 ... grabbed a career high 22 ground balls and caused six turnovers ... in Ivy action, he recorded five goals and six assists for 11 points on 16 shots ... appeared in all 14 games, starting 13 ... named first team All-NEILA and was honorable mention All-Ivy ... only committed one penalty for 0.5 minutes.
Sophomore (2010): Appeared in all of Dartmouth's 13 games with eight starts at the midfield ... netted 12 goals and added nine assists for 21 points ... three of the 12 tallies came during man-up situations ... had his best game of the season at Harvard on March 27 with a career-high four goals and an assists for five points in the 13-11 loss in Cambridge ... scored at least one point in nine of 13 games, including a four-game streak to finish the year ... finished the season with two goals at Bryant on April 27 and a goal and an assist in the final game at Brown on May 1 in a 10-9 overtime loss.
Freshman (2009): Played in 13 games in his first season for the Big Green with six starts ... fifth on the team in points with 16 and fourth in goals with 10 ... first in all categories among freshmen ... in his first career start against Hartford in the season opener, notched three goals and an assist for four points to help the Big Green to an 11-10 overtime win ... after sitting out against Bryant, returned to pot three goals at Notre Dame in a 19-7 loss ... had three games with multiple goals ... final game came vs. Brown in the Ivy opener and a 14-8 loss on March 21 ... posted two or more points in five games ... recorded a goal and an assist in back-to-back games against No. 10 Duke and Penn ... added single assists at Vermont (March 3), Yale (April 15) and Princeton (April 25) ... picked up 11 ground balls.
Before Dartmouth: Four-year letterwinner in soccer and lacrosse at Blake ... captain of both teams as a senior ... lacrosse team lost two games in four years for a record of 62-2 ... three-time state champions ... was named first team all-state and all-conference four straight years ... three-time All America ... voted Blake Male Athlete of the Year in 2008 ... led the state in scoring as a senior ... two-time first team all-conference in soccer and a member of the Class A Minnesota State All-Tournament Team.
Personal: Christopher T. Dooley was born on Sept. 12, 1989 ... son of Kevin and Beth ... has two brothers ... brother, Matt, plays lacrosse at Haverford ... father played football and baseball at St. Lawrence ... wrote for the Blake Spectrum, the school
DOOLEY'S CAREER STATISTICS