2014: Saw action in all 14 games for the Black Knights ... tallied two goals for two points and added seven shots ... picked up three ground balls ... scored opposite Holy Cross on March 8 and Colgate on April 18 ... registered a season-high two ground balls against Lehigh on March 22.
2013: Played 11 games as a rookie in the Black Knights' midfield ... made collegiate debut in the season-opener at UMass (Feb. 10) ... went on to score his lone point of the year on an assist in a 14-8 victory over VMI (Feb. 16) at Michie Stadium ... totaled four ground balls on the year ... career-high two ground balls picked up in a 12-1 win over Michigan (Mar. 2) at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Fla.
Prior to West Point: Four-year letterwinner at Our Lady of Good Counsel under head coach Matt Durkin ... three-time All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference performer ... named Our Lady of Good Counsel's team Most Valuable Player as a senior.
Personal: Luke Anthony Poulos was born on March 10, 1994, in Rockville, Md. ... one of six sons born to John and Beth Poulos ... siblings are John, James, Matthew, Andrew and Patrick ... older brother, Matthew, lettered four years at West Point ... member of Army's 2010 Patriot League Championship team ... won both face-offs attempted in the Black Knights' iconic first round NCAA win at then-two-time defending national champion Syracuse ... Andrew played lacrosse at Towson ... enjoys fishing and golfing ... major is Systems Engineering.