2006 (Junior)- Recorded a goal and two assists in his first game with Memphis, a 4-3 comeback win at Louisville in overtime ... Recorded the Tigers first goal, then assisted on the second and third scores against the Cardinals ... Notched two more assists against Belmont on Aug. 27 ... Scored his second goal of the year in a 1-0 win over Cal State Fullerton on Sept. 3 and was named to the Memphis Diadora All-Tournament Team for his efforts ... Notched a goal and an assist in the Tigers' 6-2 win over UMKC ... Assisted on a Brian Farrell goal in a 2-0 win over Central Arkansas ... Recorded a goal in a 3-1 win over Air Force on Sept. 15 and added a goal and an assist two days later at Denver en route to being named C-USA Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 18 ... His efforts also earned him a spot on College Soccer News' and Soccer America's National Teams of the Week, making him the first Tiger to take home all three honors in the same week ... His goal against Denver tied his single-season high (5, set in 2003 at Christian Brothers) ... Scored his sixth goal of the year in a 2-1 double overtime loss at South Carolina ... Notched his seventh goal of the season against Creighton on Oct. 7 ... Has at least one point in seven of the Tigers' eight wins ... Had a six-game scoring streak snapped when he failed to record a goal or assist against Tulsa on Sept. 30 ... Totaled 13 points (5 goals, 3 assists) during the streak which dated back to Sept. 3 ... Fired eight shots in a 1-0 loss at UCF on Oct. 4 ... Drove home his seventh goal of the season on a free kick against Creighton on Oct. 7 ... Scored three goals against Marshall on Oct. 25 ... Tied for the team lead with two game-winning goals
2005 - Redshirted at cross-town Christian Brothers University. Transferred to Memphis for the spring semester.
2004 (Sophomore at CBU) - Played the 2004 season at Christian Brothers ... Selected to the All-Gulf South Conference (GSC) Second Team ... GSC Player of the Week on Oct. 19 after helping CBU to a 2-0 record for the week with a goal and an assist ... Helped CBU top No. 14 and previously unbeaten Lincoln Memorial with the game's lone goal ... Scored three goals with two assists for eight points ... Made 25 shots and had one game-winner.
2003 (Freshman at CBU) - Started 16 games for the Buccaneers ... Scored five goals with three assists for 13 points ... Second on the team with 46 shots and had two game-winners ... Had goals against West Florida, Lambuth and Lincoln Memorial University ... Game-winners came against Rhodes College and Alabama-Huntsville ... Had a four-point game against Lincoln Memorial with a goal and two assists ... Also earned an assist on the game-winner against Saint Leo ... Buccaneers finished season 8-9 and 4-1 in the Gulf South Conference.
Prior to Memphis - Prepped at Presentation College Headford ... Played both soccer and Gaelic Football in high school ... Coached in high school by Marc O'Connor.
Personal - Son of Vincent and Noreen Walsh ... Born on Sept. 2, 1983, in Boston, Mass.