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Brandon Benn
Brandon  Benn


Orangeville, Ontario (Canada)

High School:
Culver Academy

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 190



Early, Late Runs Push Duke Past Johns Hopkins, 19-11, in NCAA Quarterfinals

Blue Jays End Season at 11-5


Johns Hopkins-Duke NCAA Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays, Blue Devils Meet with Trip to National Semifinals on the Line


Hopkins Tops Virginia, 14-8, Pietramala Ties Scott's Record

Blue Jays Use 8-0 and 5-0 Runs to Fuel Victory at UVA


Johns Hopkins-Virginia NCAA Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays Head to Charlottesville For First Round Game


Top-Ranked Loyola Slips Past Johns Hopkins, 13-10

Blue Jays' Five-Game Winning Streak Snapped

• 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.