Has scored at least one goal in 26 of 28 games he has played in since the start of the 2012 season and has 16 multi-goal games during this run.
Will carry a 16-game goal-scoring streak into the 2014 season. Streak is the fourth longest active streak in the nation.
Has scored 30 or more goals in each of the last two seasons. First JHU player with back-to-back 30-goal efforts since Dylan Schlott in 1998 & 1999.
Led the team in goals (34) and ranked second in points (35). Scored at least one goal in all 13 games played this season and
Tied career-high with five goals in the win against Navy, added two against Loyola and capped season with a four-goal showing at Army. Scored 11 of JHU's 28 goals over final three games.
Scored exactly one goal in each of JHU's five games prior to Navy. Goal at Maryland was the clincher in the 7-4 win against the top-ranked Terps.
Scored four goals in a 19-9 win over Mount St. Mary's for fifth straight hat trick. First Johns Hopkins player since Conor Ford in 2004 to post five consecutive hat tricks.
Four-goal effort vs. MSM was second straight four-goal game as he had four against Princeton as well.
Fired home a game-high four goals to fuel a 12-6 win at Towson one week after ringing up three goals in the season-opener against Siena.
Scored three goals and added an assist in the win vs. Michigan. All three goals and lone assist came during an 8-0 run that turned a 1-0 deficit into an 8-1 lead.
2012: Led the team in goals (30) and ranked second in points (37) Scored two goals on three shots in season-opening win vs. Towson and came back with first career hat trick and a career-high four points in the win vs. Delaware Tallied once against Siena - goal was the second in a three-goal run for JHU to close the game Scored second goal in a 4-1 fourth-quarter run that fueled a 10-8 win at Princeton and added a strike against Manhattan Notched second career hat trick and career-highs of two assists and five points in 12-5 win over UMBC Made it back-to-back five-point showings with a career-high four goals and one assist in win over sixth-ranked Syracuse Scored three goals to fuel win at #1 Virginia ... all three goals came duirng a 7-2 run that turned a 4-1 deficit into an 8-6 lead Scored twice in 13-9 loss to North Carolina, tallied one goal and one assist against Albany, one goal against Maryland and one assist at Navy Scored twice with both goals coming during game-ending 9-2 run to fuel 13-6 win over Army Punched up a career-high five goals in a 19-9 win over Stony Brook in the first round of the NCAA Tournament - five goals tie the JHU record for most in a first round NCAA game - five points matched his career high as well Finished season with one goal and one assist against Maryland in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
2011: Counted five goals and one assist to his credit as a regular on the JHU extra man unit and the team's fourth attackman Saw significant playing time in the season opener on attack and as part of the extra-man unit - responded with one goal and one assist Assist came on an extra-man goal by fellow Canadian Zach Palmer Added an extra-man goal against Delaware Broke out of an 11-game scoring slump with two goals in the 15-10 win at Army - included was an extra man goal during a 9-1 JHU run that put the game away Added an extra-man goal in the win over Hofstra in first round of NCAA Tournmanet.
At Culver Academy: Three-year varsity performer in lacrosse Helped team to a three-year record of 51-14 and three state championships Totaled at least 85 points in each of his three seasons with career totals of 213 goals and 66 assists Punched up a career-high 84 goals and 22 assists as a junior and added 65 goals and 23 assists as a senior Three-time all-state selection and was twice name the MVP of the state championship game Also played hockey at Culver.
Personal: Brandon D. Benn The son of Daniel Benn and Lori Kornack Born May 11, 1992 Psychology major with a minor in entrepreneurship.