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Marshall Burkhart
Marshall  Burkhart


Dublin, OH

High School:
Dublin Jerome

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 200



Johns Hopkins Rolls Past Stony Brook, 19-9, Into NCAA Quarterfinals

Blue Jays Get 11 Goals, Seven Assists From Boland, Benn and Palmer


Fourth-Quarter Surge Powers Hopkins Past Siena, 9-5

Blue Jays Score Final Three Goals to Improve to 3-0


Second-Ranked Hopkins Races Past Towson, 12-6

Pietramala Grabs Career Win Number 150


2012 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Preview

Blue Jays Open Season Ranked Among Top Four in All Polls

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.