2014 Season (Senior): Named All-Midwest Lacrosse Conference Second Team as a midfielder...Earned MLC Offensive Player of the Week honors on March 31...Finished his career as the program’s all-time leader in man-up goals (27)…Holds the single season record for points (62), assists (27), shots on goal (68) and goals (35)…Appeared in all 18 games, making one start…Led the team in points (62), goals (35), assists (27) and man-up goals (10)…Took 87 shots, with a team-high 68 coming on goal…Scored one game-winning goal…Marked once in a man-down situation…Picked up 20 ground balls…Caused 10 turnovers…Scored a man-up goal in six games, including multiple three times…Began the season with four goals, including two man-up, at John Carroll University (Feb. 15)…Had three goals and an assist against the University of Dubuque (Mar. 1)…Had two goals and two assists, including the game-winning marker, at Augustana College (Mar. 15)…Recorded a career-high nine points (four goals, career-best-tying five assists), his nine points rank tied for second most ever in a game, against Hanover College (Mar. 22)…Had a hat trick and assist at Olivet College (Mar. 24)…Had a career-high six goals, which is tied for third most ever, at Adrian College (Mar. 26)…Scored a career-best three man-up goals, which tied the program’s game record, against Alma College (Mar. 29)…Recorded two goals and two assists at the College of Mount St. Joseph (Apr. 5)…Assisted on a career-high-tying five markers, which is tied for the third most ever in a game, versus Fontbonne University (Apr. 12)…Finished with three assists at Carthage College (Apr. 23)…Scored a hat trick in his only start of the season and played 2:51 in goal for the first time making a save against Defiance College (Apr. 26)…Ended his career with a goal, assist, two ground balls and caused turnover versus Carthage College (Apr. 30).
2013 Season (Junior): Appeared in five games, making three starts before a knee injury ended his season…Scored two goals…Tallied one man-up goal…Picked up three ground balls…Caused one turnover…Found the back of the net twice at Ohio Wesleyan University (Feb. 23).
2012 Season (Sophomore): Named All-Midwest Lacrosse Conference Second Team as a midfielder...Appeared in and started all 16 games...Led the team with 33 goals, including seven man-up goals...Finished with 16 assists...Picked up 48 ground balls...Caused 13 turnovers...Took 48 shots on goal...Had eight multi-goal contests, including a stretch of 14 goals in four games...Assisted on multiple goals in five games...Finished with three goals, two assists, eight ground balls and two caused turnovers in a win at Southwestern University (Mar. 19)...Scored a career-high-tying five goals, assists on two scores, picked up seven ground balls and caused two turnovers in a victory at the University of Dallas (Mar. 20)...Finished with a career-high-tying five goals, two man-up, to go along with four ground balls in a win over Carthage College (Apr. 19)...Had three goals, two man-up, and two assists in a victory against Augustana College (Apr. 21)...Assisted on a season-best three goals, while scoring two, in a win over Alma College (Apr. 28).
2011 Season (Freshman): Named All-Midwest Lacrosse Conference Second Team as a midfielder...Appeared in 14 games, making 13 starts...Recorded 39 points, second highest on the team...Scored a team-best 30 goals on 50 shots on goal...Recorded nine assists...Tallied one game-winning goal and nine goals on man-up situations...Recorded 27 ground balls...Caused 14 turnovers.
High School (Dr. EP Scarlett): Named league MVP in football...Helped his team win a provincal football championship...Holds the school's touchdown and rushing yardage records...Earned varsity letters in football, lacrosse, badminton and track & field.
Personal: Given name Michael Daniel Dahms...Son of Mike and Cindy Dahms...Has one older sister...Played lacrosse for Okotoks Jr. 'A' Raiders and was a captain for two years, while winning a provincal championship and advancing to the national title game.