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2011: Finished with three goals, three assists and a career-high 14 ground balls Teamed with former high school teammate Eric Ruhl for an extra-man goal against Delaware as he assisted on Ruhl's third goal of the game Scored first goal of the year - an unassisted tally - to cap a 7-0 run against UMBC that turned a 6-3 lead into a 13-3 advantage Had the first multi-assist game of his career in the 10-9 win over North Carolina - picked up both assists during a game-opening 4-0 run for JHU Gave JHU its first lead of the game - 10-9 midway through the fourth quarter - with his second goal of the season against fourth-ranked Maryland Scored one goal - an unassisted tally early in the third quarter - against Denver in the NCAA Quarterfinals - goal ignited a three-goal run for JHU that trimmed a four-goal deficit to one.
2010: Played in the last 11 games after missing the first four with an injury Saw time on the second midfield and on the wing on faceoffs Finished with two goals and one assist Tallied first goal of the season in JHU's 10-9 loss to fourth-ranked Maryland Goal was part of JHU's furious fourth-quarter rally that nearly erased a four-goal deficit in the final 11 minutes Tallied game-opening goal in 13-6 win against Towson - goal ignited a game-opening 8-0 run for JHU Assisted on JHU's first goal in the 9-6 win at Loyola to close the regular season.
2009: Played in nine games and finished with three goals and one assist for four points Scored on the only three shots he took on the year and also won 6-of-19 faceoffs with three ground balls to his credit Scored first career goal in the season-opener against Siena Enjoyed a strong game against Hofstra with one goal and one assist while winning 5-of-11 faceoffs after Michael Powers was injured in the second quarter Scored second goal in a 7-3 JHU run that turned a 6-2 deficit into a 9-9 tie late in the game at UNC.
At Dublin Jerome: Played four years of lacrosse and two years of football Helped lacrosse team to a four-year record of 62-14 with one state championship, one runner-up finish and two trips to the quarterfinals Hampered by injuries as a senior, but still totaled 69 goals and 38 assists in his career Added 255 ground balls and won 73% of his faceoffs as a junior Garnered all-state honors as a junior, when he totaled 36 goals, 18 assists and 112 ground balls Earned all-conference honors as a junior and was a two-time all-region selection Played running back, quarterback and safety in football Rushed for 749 yards and eight touchdowns and posted 112 tackles.
Personal: Marshall A. Burkhart The son of Doug and Terre Burkhart Born November 24, 1989 Father played football at Otterbein History major.