May 3, 2017
May 3, 2017
This is part of a series on the Marquette experiences of the men's lacrosse team's 2017 senior class.
Jimmy Danaher, a corporate communications major, is Marquette's winningest goalie in program history and its saves leader. He started all but one game as a freshman and started all 16 games as MU went 10-6 as a sophomore.
1. What is the biggest thing you learned from your time at Marquette?
JD: If every person on a team buys into the teams culture, you will achieve great success on and off the playing field.
2. What are you most proud of accomplishing at Marquette?
JD: Winning the BIG EAST Tournament and hosting an NCAA tournament game in the Valley.
3. What advice would you give future members of the Marquette lacrosse program?
JD: Trust the process and buy in to the teams culture and values no matter what your position is or how much playing time you are getting.
4. Most memorable moment?
JD: In Denver the night we won the Big East Tournament.
5. Was there anything else that made your Marquette experience special?
JD: The unparalleled support that our team received from our academic staff, training staff, and, most importantly, our fans.