Connor was a four year starter at Smithtown East High School where he rang up 270 career points with 143 goals and 127 assists. He was named Long Island Attackman of the year (2017), USA Today All America, 2x US Lacrosse All American, Under Armour All-American and Under Armour All American Game MVP.
At Johns Hopkins he played both attack and midfield. As a freshman, he earned Bob Scott Freshman of the Year honors, posting 16 goals and 2 assists.
After his transition to attack his junior year, Connor led the blue jays in goals, assists and points, earning All Big Ten honors, Johns Hopkins Attackman of the Year, and Tewaaraton Nominee. He ended his career with 65 goals and 63 assists for 128 points. He finished give career with 1 Big Ten Championship as well.
Now, Connor is an attackman on the Archers Lacrosse Club where he has transitioned to the Premier Lacrosse League smoothly. Connor is 1 of 2 undrafted rookies that have played this season and is looking to build upon his 12 points, (7 goals and 5 assists) in 5 games.