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Doctor starts his third season under head coach Terry Mangan's staff after completely his education and playing career at Rutgers University. While attending Rutgers, Doctor was a four-year letterman on the lacrosse team. In his final season in Piscataway, he totaled a career-high 14 goals and eight assists in the 2007 season.
Taking reigns of the offense, Doctor helped Tom Perini to the 2008 Patriot League Rookie of the Year and lead the nation in goals per game. Most recently, he led the 2010 Leopards to the sixth-best scoring offense in the country and guided Steve Serling '10 to Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year laurels.
During his junior year, Doctor appeared in 14 games, starting in 10 of those contests. He scored 10 goals and 11 assists for a 21-point campaign. His sophomore season saw was highlighted by a three-goal, one assist showing at Manhattan College. He finished with 16 points on the year, tied for second highest on the Scarlet Knight squad.
He was the most productive member of the team during his freshman year when he appeared in all 14 games, making six starts. He notched 20 points on 10 goals and 10 assists, including 11 points in the first three games of his collegiate career.
Doctor has been a member of the 2Knights Lacrosee program for the past three years, taking part as an instructor of the youth program for elite high school players.
Doctor originally hails from Skaneateles, N.Y. and resides in Easton, Pa. with his fiance Lauren.