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Peter Baum returns for his senior season at Colgate after being the No. 1 overall selection in the 2013 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft by the Ohio Machine. Last season, Baum led the country with 5.39 points and 3.72 goals per game to earn both USILA and LaxPower All-America honors. In addition, he received the Tewaaraton Award and the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award as the nation's top player. Baum set the Colgate and Patriot League records for points (97) and goals (67) in a season. He is on a 45-game point-scoring streak that began his freshman season on March 2, 2010.
PTS PPG GOALS GPG ASTS GB
2012 Stats 97 5.39 67 3.72 30 37
Maryland Athletics
Jesse Bernhardt had 60 ground balls and caused 33 turnovers in his junior season of a year ago, setting single-game highs of eight ground balls (against Hartford) and five caused turnovers (twice, vs. UMBC and Colgate). Bernhardt also had three goals and three assists from his long stick midfielder position. A preseason third-team All-American, Bernhardt was named to the second team by year's end by both USILA and LaxPower. He also was named to the 2012 NCAA All-Tournament team as Maryland reached the title game, and was a USILA Scholar All-American.
GOALS ASSISTS GROUND BALLS TO CAUSED
2012 Stats 3 3 60 33
Johns Hopkins Athletics
Tucker Durkin led Johns Hopkins with 19 caused turnovers and was third on the team with 35 ground balls in 2012. He led a JHU defense that held 13 of 16 opponents to nine goals or less and finished seventh in the nation in scoring defense (7.38). Durkin was named William C. Schmeisser Award winner as the nation's top defenseman and a first-team All-American by USILA and LaxPower. Now a senior, Durkin has started every game of his career, which currently stands at a team-best 47 consecutive games.
ASSISTS GROUND BALLS TO CAUSED
2012 Stats 1 35 19
North Carolina Athletics
A faceoff specialist, R.G. Keenan was named a first-team All-American by both USILA and LaxPower as a sophomore. In 2012, Keenan posted a .603 faceoff percentage (205 of 340). He set single-game, career-highs of 19 faceoffs won against Penn State and a .900 faceoff winning percentage (min. 15 taken)versus Navy (18 of 20). Keenan also led North Carolina in ground balls with 102, an average of 6.0 per game, in winning the UNC Ground Ball Award. In addition, he scored three goals and had two assists from his midfielder position.
FO WON FO PCT. GOALS ASTS GB GBPG
2012 Stats 205 .603 3 2 102 6.0
Notre Dame Athletics
John Kemp led the country in goals-against average (6.27) and save percentage (.637) in earning first-team All-American honors from both USILA and LaxPower. He faced 501 shots and allowed 101 goals and had 177 saves in recording a 13-3 record and winning the Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr. Award as the nation's top goalie. In addition, Kemp, who also had 38 ground balls, was named Big East Defensive Player of the Year and to the 2012 NCAA All-Tournament Team as Notre Dame reached the semifinals before losing to eventual champion Loyola.
W-L GA GAA SAVES SPG SAVE PCT.
2012 Stats 13-3 101 6.27 177 11.06 .637
UMass Athletics
As a junior, Will Manny led UMass in points (77), goals (44) and assists (33) and the Colonial Athletic Association in goals, assists and points per game. He had seven hat tricks, four game-winning goals and scored at least two points in each of his team's 16 games. Manny finished third nationally in points per game (4.81), fifth in shot percentage (54.3), eighth in assists per game (2.06) and ninth in goals per game (2.75). He was named a first-team All-American by the USILA and LaxPower, and earned New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association and CAA player of the year honors.
PTS PPG GOALS GPG ASTS GB
2012 Stats 77 4.81 44 2.75 33 34
Loyola (Md.) Athletics
Mike Sawyer became the second player in Loyola history to reach 50 goals in a season. His 52 goals in 2012 are the second-most in school history. He also had 10 assists in being named Loyola's Offensive Most Valuable Player for a team which won the national title. Sawyer had career-highs of six goals and eight points in a victory against Duke (3/10), capping a two-game flurry in which he scored 11 goals and had three assists. Named a second-team All-American by both USILA and LaxPower, Sawyer begins his senior year as a first-team All-American (Inside Lacrosse's Face-Off Yearbook) for a team preaseason-ranked No. 1 in the country.
PTS PPG GOALS GPG ASTS GB
2012 Stats 62 3.32 52 2.74 10 40
Princeton Athletics
Tom Schreiber led Princeton in goals (32) and assists (28) for the second consecutive year. He was the first player at Princeton to have at least 30 goals and 25 assists since 1996, and his 60 points were the most since 2004. Tom Schreiber scored at least three points in 13 of 16 games, and had a career-highs of seven points against Hofstra and five goals vs. Villanova. He also had a four-goal game against Manhattan. In addition, he had 35 ground balls. Schreiber was named to both the USILA and LaxPower All-America first teams.
PTS PPG GOALS GPG ASTS GB
2012 Stats 60 3.75 32 2.0 28 35
Duke Athletics
As a sophomore, Jordan Wolf became the first Duke player to earn All-ACC honors in his first two seasons. His 65 points and 33 assists led Duke and ranked third in the ACC. Wolf also scored 32 goals, scoring at least one goal in 16 of 20 games and posting a hat track three times. Wolf had a career-high five goals against Jacksonville and had four goals vs. Dartmouth. He also accounted for six points in a win against No. 1 Virginia, reaching the 100 career-points mark. Wolf earned second-team All-America honors by USILA and LaxPower.
PTS PPG GOALS GPG ASTS GB
2012 Stats 65 3.25 32 1.60 33 29