2013: In order to address one of the team’s glaring weakness in its inaugural season, the Hounds selected Fallon in the 2013 MLL Supplemental Draft. Appearing in all 14 regular-season games, Fallon went 164-362 (45.3%) at the faceoff X. During the postseason, while splitting time, Fallon made the most of his opportunities and was a dominant 5-7 at the X. He also scored five goals over the season and added two assists.
2012: Fallon was selected by the Rochester Rattlers in the 2012 MLL Supplemental Draft with the 27th overall pick. The midfielder appeared in eight games, going 89-196 at the X for a 45.4 FO%. He also recorded one goal and two assists.
2011: Fallon went undrafted out of college but was claimed by the Denver Outlaws from the player pool and saw time on the team’s practice squad.
Collegiate: Fallon closed out his four-year tenure as Hartford’s all-time leader in faceoff percentage (.573) and groundballs (404). In addition, the midfielder also broke the school’s single-season groundball record, registering 166 during his senior season. Fallon led the NCAA in both groundballs and faceoff percentage as a junior in 2010. He was a three-time All-America East honoree and two-time USILA All-American. Fallon also was tabbed the 2011 New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association’s Player of the Year.