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Steven Boyle
Steven  Boyle


Derry, NH

High School:
Pinkerton Academy



2009: Honorable Mention USILA All-American • Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 38 points on 21 goals and 17 assists - Each of those three totals surpass his 17-game totals from 2008 - this despite missing one full game (MSM) and most of another (Loyola) • Had 10 multi-point games to his credit this season, including eight games with three or more points • Totaled four goals and two assists for six points in the season-opener against Siena and added a goal against Princeton • Four goals against Siena tied career high, while six points was, at the time, a personal best • Posted three goals, including a pair of extra-man tallies, in the win over UMBC and added one goal and two assists against Hofstra • Made it three straight three-point games with a two-goal, one-assist effort against second-ranked Syracuse • Made it four straight multi-point games with a two-goal showing against top-ranked Virginia and pushed the streak to five straight with one goal and one assist at North Carolina • Matched then career high with three assists in the win over Albany • Fired home three goals and added a career-high four assists for a personal-best seven points in the 15-7 win over Navy • Added one goal and two assists at Towson • Sat out the game at Mount St. Mary's and played sparingly vs. Loyola, but did score a second-quarter goal against the Greyhounds • Returned to the starting lineup against Brown and recorded two goals and two assists.

2008: Finished third on the team in scoring with 19 goals and 15 assists for 34 points • Totaled at least three points in each of the first three games before being held scoreless against Hofstra • Scored JHU's first two goals and added an assist to fuel the win over Albany in the season-opener and added two goals and one assist against Princeton as well • Tied career high with five points on three goals and two assists vs. UMBC • Scored one goal and had one assist against Syracuse and notched the 50th point of his career with a third quarter assist against the Orange • Added two assists against Virginia and North Carolina • Did not score against Duke, but assisted on the first of Michael Doneger's three goals in the win against Maryland and added an extra-man goal against Navy • Came back with two goals and one assist in the win over Towson and two goals in the win over Mount St. Marys's • Enjoyed the most productive NCAA Tournament game of his career with three assists in the first round win over Hofstra (three assists tied career high and matched the total number of points he had in four NCAA games last season) and netted the first NCAA Tournament hat trick of his career against Navy • Keyed JHU's 10-9 upset of top-seeded Duke in the NCAA Semfinals with two goals and one assist and added a goal in the national championship game against Syracuse • Has posted at least one point in 29 of 34 career games.

2007: Honorable Mention USILA All-American • First JHU freshman attackman to earn All-America honors since Terry Riordan and Brian Piccola in 1992 • Played in all 17 games and started the final 16 • Finished tied for second on the team in points (37), second in assists (14) and tied for third in goals (23) • 37 points and 23 goals are tied for the most ever by a freshman under head coach Dave Pietramala • Tied for eighth in the nation in points and goals among all freshmen • Registered at least one point in 14 straight games to open career before being held scoreless by Georgetown and Delaware in the NCAA Tournament • Had one goal and one assist in career debut against Albany and came back with three goals in a 7-6 double-overtime victory against Princeton in the Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Classic to earn game MVP honors • Three-goal effort against theTigers ignited a four-game surge that saw him total 11 goals and four assists in four straight JHU wins over Princeton (3g), UMBC (1g, 3a), Hofstra (3g) and Syracuse (4g, 1a) • Four goals and five points against Syracuse were career highs • Surged into the NCAA Tournament with seven goals and three assists in wins against Towson (2g, 2a), Mount St. Mary's (2g) and Loyola (3g, 1a) • Scored one goal in NCAA First Round win against Notre Dame and added one goal and one assist in the NCAA Championship game against Duke.

At Pinkerton Academy: Totaled 434 points in four varsity seasons of lacrosse • Accumulated over 100 points as a sophomore (52g, 53a), junior (75g, 61a) and senior (50g, 72a) • Three-time All-America selection • Earned New Hampshire All-State honors four times and was selected as the New Hampshire Offensive Player-of-the-Year in each of his last three seasons • Helped Pinkerton to a 76-4 record with a state championship as a senior and state runner-up finishes during his freshman and junior years • Team lost in the state semifinals his sophomore year • Also earned three varsity letters in football and totaled 10 interceptions during his career as a safety.

Personal: Steven F. Boyle • The son of Gary and Jayne Boyle • Born February 12, 1987 • Older brother, Brian, played lacrosse at Penn State • Political science major.

Boyle's Career Statistics

Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen.

2007 17/16 23 14 37 53 26 0/0:00

2008 17/16 19 15 34 54 23 1/0:30

2009 14/13 21 17 38 61 16 2/1:00

Totals 48/45 63 46 109 168 65 3/1:30

Boyle's Career Highs

Goals: 4, vs. Siena (2-20-09)

#8 Syracuse (3-17-07)

Assists: 4, vs. #11 Navy (4-18-09)

Points: 7, vs. #11 Navy (4-18-09)