2011: Honorable Mention USILA All-American Led the team in scoring with 34 goals and 20 assists for 54 points Finished 19th in the nation in points per game (3.88) and 25th in goals per game (2.13) Posted at least two points in 12 of 16 games Made return to the lineup in season-opener at Towson after missing virtually all of the 2010 season with an injury - responded with two goals and one assist Added two goals and two assists in win at Delaware Punched up first hat trick of the season and added two assists for five points in the win over Siena - had a hand in JHU's first four goals in the win Enjoyed a five-goal, one-assist effort in the win over UMBC to garner Player of the Game honors at the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic Totaled three goals, including the game-winner with 1:39 remaining, and one assist to fuel 12-11 win over second-ranked Virginia and added one goal in the 10-9 win over North Carolina at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic Punched up two goals, including the 50th of his career, and added an assist in the win over Albany Fired home five goals - all in the second half - of JHU's stunning 12-11 come-from-behind overtime win at fourth-ranked Maryland Came back with a two-goal, two-assist performance against Navy - opened scoring with an unassisted goal just 45 seconds into the game and had a hand in three of JHU's six first-quarter goals (JHU led 6-0 after 1st) Fired home three goals and added an assist in the 15-10 win at Army Totaled two goals and a game-high three assists in 12-5 win over Hofstra in first round of NCAA Tournament - had a hand in three of JHU's four goals in the third quarter when the Blue Jays turned a 4-4 tie into an 8-5 lead Continued hot hand in the NCAA Quarterfinals vs. Denver with two goals and a career-high-tying four assists.
2010: Played in just two games before suffering a knee injury that cost him the remainder of the season Saw first action of the season against Princeton after sitting out the first three games of the season and scored a pair of goals, including one extra-man tally Added two goals against UMBC in the first 18 minutes before leaving the game with the knee injury.
2009: Led the team in scoring with 28 goals and 18 assists for 46 points 28 goals came on just 53 shots (.528) Finished 28th in the nation in points per game (3.06), 36th in assists per game (1.2) and 44th in goals per game (1.87) Had a 13-game point-scoring streak until being held scoreless in the final game of the season Had nine multi-point games to his credit Totaled 15 goals and 10 assists during JHU's seven-game winning streak late in the season Enjoyed, at the time, the finest game of his career against Princeton with one goal and one assist The goal and assist were both the first of his career Built off the positive momentum of his effort against Princeton with a two-goal, three-assist showing against sixth-ranked UMBC - Had a hand in final four goals of a five-goal run that turned an 8-6 lead into a 13-6 advantage against the Retrievers Totaled two goals and two assists at second-ranked Syracuse and came back with a six-goal, two-assist masterpiece against top-ranked Virginia (eight points were most by a Johns Hopkins player since Kyle Barrie had nine against Navy in 2003) - The six goals against Virginia equaled his previous career total Fired home five goals on eight shots in the win over Albany, paced the win over Mount St. Mary's with two goals and a career-high four assists and added three assists in the regular-season-ending win against Loyola Ignited JHU's 12-11 overtime win over Brown in the first round of the NCAA Tournament with five goals and two assists for seven points Five goals are the most ever by a JHU player in a first round NCAA game and the seven points are just one shy of the school record for most points in a tournament game Five goals came on just six shots.
2008: Sat out the 2008 season.
2007: Played in four games as a reserve attackman on JHU's national championship team.
At Boys' Latin: Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse Totaled 123 goals and 175 assists during his career, including 36 goals and 61 assists as a junior and 35 goals and 71 assists as a senior Three-time All-American and three-time All-Metro selection Guided team to back-to-back MIAA "A" Championships as a junior and senior Squad posted a 19-2 record in 2005 and a perfect 21-0 record in 2006.
Personal: Christopher J. Boland The son of Kevin and Susan Boland Born April 21, 1987 Older brother, Kevin, graduated from Johns Hopkins in 2004 and was a three-time All-American midfielder for the Blue Jays - he finished his career as JHU's career leader in assists among midfielders (82) and helped the Blue Jays to the 2003 NCAA title game Father, Kevin, played lacrosse at Maryland, was a member of the Terps' 1973 NCAA Championship Team and earned Third Team All-America honors as a senior Anthropology major.