|Year of Graduation:||2007|
From 2004-07, Patrick Gaffney anchored an Endicott defense that aided the Gulls to a 56-19 overall record (.747), four CCC Championships, and four NCAA Tournament appearances, which included Endicott's first-ever win on the national stage.
Individually, Gaffney will forever hold claim to being the first student-athlete in men's lacrosse program history to be drafted by a Major League Lacrosse (MLL) franchise (Boston Cannons '09). Gaffney also collected several accolades during his time at Endicott including 2007 USILA All-America honors, the 2007 CCC Defensive Player of the Year award, four all-region selections, and three CCC All-Conference citations.
Gaffney, who played in 69 career games for the Gulls and amassed 14 points (five goals, nine assists), still ranks first all-time in ground balls per game (3.29) among all defensemen in program history and second all-time among all defensemen in most ground balls (227).