Matt Landis is a Notre Dame lacrosse player that has shown promise and determination throughout his entire college career. As a freshman, during the 2013 year Matt Landis was able to play 15 games and he was able to pick up over 22 ground balls earning him his first monogram. During his sophomore year he played in every one of the past 18 games, and he was able to pick up 14 ground balls. His performance earned his second monogram. In total during his sophomore and freshman years he has been able to appear in more than 32 games. Landis has received 17 starts and has picked up 37 ground balls which has earned him to monograms.
When it comes to the power 100 freshman, Landis was ranked number 66. He was also ranked as the 18th best defenseman in the class of 2012 while he was still in varsity lacrosse high school. Apart from being a lover of lacrosse, Landis also played football as a high school student. He was named Athlete of the Year in 2012.Landis also played four seasons of hockey at his high school in Pellham Memorial.
Apart from sports, Landis also has a fantastic academic history. He is an honor roll student, and has been ever since his high school years. Currently Landis is known as a very multi faceted defender. He is a very consistent and steady player, and that is the reason why he was able to win the conferences Defensive Player of the Year. Matt Landis recently was named Epoch/LM Player of the Week, first-team All-American. Going into the senior year, Matt Landis is a young man that shows much promise and determination for the Notre Dame lacrosse team.