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.