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Jake Byrne
Jake  Byrne


Potomac, MD

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 195



Guida, Malm, Pellegrino Named 2014 Men's Lacrosse Captains

Trio to Lead Blue Jays in Pietramala's 14th Season

• 2007 Preseason Third Team All-American

• 2006 Preseason Second Team All-American

• 2005 Honorable Mention STX/USILA All-American

Statistically Speaking: Has registered at least one point in 35 of last 39 games dating back to 2004 • Has 13 multi-goal games in his career • Has registered at least one point in every NCAA Tournament game in his career (9 games).

2006: Started all 14 games on attack and finished third on the team in goals (18), assists (10) and points (28) • Added 25 ground balls, two extra-man goals and one game-winning goal • Registered at least one point in 13 of 14 games and had seven multi-goal games and 11 multi-point games • Finished the season with an eight-game goal-scoring streak and a 10-game point-scoring streak • Punched up a season-high five points (2g, 3a) in a 19-6 win over Mount St. Mary's and added four points (2g, 2a) in a 12-7 win over UMBC • Three assists against MSM are a career high • Scored two goals in regular-season wins over Albany, UMBC, Mount St. Mary's, Syracuse and Navy and tallied twice in the season-ending loss to Syracuse in the NCAA Quarterfinals • Scored one goal and added one assist in the win over Towson. Goal and assist both came during a 5-1 JHU run that turned a 4-4 tie into a 9-5 advantage (game was never tied again) • Scored two goals, including the one that ignited a 3-0 JHU run that gave Hopkins its first lead of the game, in the win over Navy (that goal was featured as the #2 highlight on ESPN's Top 10 Plays of the Day for April 22 as he spun and flipped the shot behind his back and past Navy goalie Matt Russell.

2005: Honorable Mention STX/USILA All-America selection • Finished third on the team in goals (22), assists (10) and points (32) • Scored two goals against Virginia in the NCAA Semifinals and added one goal and one assist against Duke in the NCAA Championship game • Tallied the game-tying goal with 1.4 seconds remaining in regulation to force overtime in the NCAA Semifinals against Virginia and scored the game-winning goal early in the fourth quarter of the NCAA Championship game against Duke • Opened the season with a three-goal, one-assist effort against Princeton and added two goals in a 12-11 overtime victory at Syracuse • Exploded for a career-high five goals and two assists for a personal-best seven points against Albany • Scored two goals and had one assist in regular-season-ending win over Loyola.

2004: Finished eighth on the team in scoring with eight goals and 10 assists for 18 points - all three totals were tops among JHU freshmen • Ranked fifth on the team in assists and tied for fourth on the team with three extra-man goals • Registered at least one point in eight of final nine games and two points in six of final 13 games • Scored a then-career-high two goals in regular-season wins over Syracuse and North Carolina • Tallied career-high two assists in the first three minutes of the game against Maryland in the 100th meeting between the two teams.

At Landon: Four-year letterwinner at national prep lacrosse power Landon • Helped team to a four-year record of 71-7 with three IAC Championships • Landon finished as the top ranked team in the nation his junior and senior years • Totaled 220 career points with 108 goals and 112 assists • Punched up 34 goals and 36 assists as a junior and 42 goals and 34 assists as a senior • Garnered All-America honors as a senior and all-state and All-IAC honors as a junior and senior • Also played soccer and basketball • First player from Landon to play lacrosse at JHU.

Personal: Jacob T. Byrne • The son of Tim and Susan Byrne • Born November 23, 1984 • Older brother, Matt Hahn, is the second-leading goal-scorer in the history of the Maryland men's lacrosse program • Political science major.