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Brock Turnbaugh
Brock  Turnbaugh


Phoenix, MD

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 195



10-Goal Run Leads 10th-Ranked Blue Jays Past UMBC, 13-6

Blue Jays Hold Retrievers Scoreless for More than 38 Minutes To Fuel Victory


Hopkins Powers Past Syracuse, 18-7, at the Carrier Dome

Blue Jays Jump to 7-2 Halftime Lead, Never Trail in 11-Goal Victory


Second-Half Surge Powers Loyola Past Hopkins, 12-5

Blue Jays Slip to 1-1 With Loss at Loyola


Turnbaugh Named B1G Specialist of the Week

Senior Posted 13 Saves in 14-6 Season-Opening Win Against Towson


Turnbaugh Named to USILA Team of the Week

Senior Goalie Posted 13 Saves in Season-Opening Victory

- Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (3.7 GPA for the 2016-17 school year).
- Academic All-Big Ten selection.
- Played in 12 games with seven starts and posted a 12.59 goals against average and a .408 save percentage.
- Came on in relief and posted seven saves in an 18-17 come-from-behind overtime win against Virginia.
- Fueled 12-6 win over seventh-ranked Rutgers with 12 saves against just six goals against in 59:31

- Academic All-Big Ten selection.
- Started all 15 games in goal and played more than 896 of the team's 908 minutes on the year.
- Posted an 11.51 goals against average and a .471 save percentage.
- Made impressive starting debut in a 12-11 overtime win at Navy with 13 saves, including four in the first quarter and eight in the second half and overtime combined.
- Had a career-best 16-save effort at Loyola with five ground balls against the Greyhounds in a 9-8 loss.
- Notched 10 saves and allowed just five goals in 56:05 in a 17-7 win against Princeton.
- Tallied 13 saves in a 13-12 win against Ohio State and added nine a week later in a 12-11 overtime win at 14th-ranked Penn State.
- Notched 11 saves while allowing 11 goals in an 11-8 loss to third-ranked Maryland.

- Appearned in one game and played 4:53.
- Only game action of the season came in a 16-4 season-opening win against UMBC.  Posted one save and allowed one goal against the Retrievers.

At Hereford

- Three-sport standout in lacrosse, football and wrestling - earned first team all-state in all three sports as a senior.
- Helped lacrosse team to a four-year record of 74-8 with four county, four regional and three state championships.
- Shared starting goalie position for first three years and was the fulltime starter as a senior.
- Posted a 4.3 goals against average and a .705 save percentage as a senior, when he earned first team all-county, all-metro and all-state.
- Earned first team all-county honors as a junior as he posted a 3.48 goals against average and a .722 save percentage.
- Led football team in tackles three times and finished career with 250 tackles, five interceptions and seven forced fumbles.
- Three-time first team all-county selection in football ... also grabbed all-metro and all-state honors in football.
- Posted a 105-21 career record in wrestling and tied school record for wins in a season with 42 as a senior.
- 2014 Maryland State Champion at 220 pounds.
- Two-time county champion, two-time regional finalist and three-time state qualifier.

- Brock Turnbaugh.
- The son of Steven and Rebekah Turnbaugh.
- Youngest of four children with three older sisters; Kirsten, Meghan and Hayley.
- Oldest sister, Kirsten, played lacrosse at William & Mary.
- Sister, Meghan, played lacrosse at Hofstra.
- Father played football at James Madison.
- Majoring in psychology with a minor in marketing and communications.