2007: Played in all 17 games as one of JHU's primary short-stick defensive middies Scored one goal and added two assists and nine ground balls on the year Helped fuel a defense that improved steadily as the season progressed Unit allowed an average of just 7.22 goals goals per game during season-ending nine-game winning streak after allowing an average of 8.5 during the first eight games Helped hold Delaware's starting midfield to a combined total of one goal and one assist in the NCAA Semifinals Scored first career goal in JHU's win at UMBC and added an assist in wins over Hofstra and Georgetown.
2006: Played in 11 games as a reserve defensive midfielder Did not record any statistics.
2005: Saw action in five games as a reserve midfielder Registered one assist and one ground ball on the year Lone assist came against Marist in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
At Penn Charter: Played soccer, basketball and lacrosse Two-time All Inter-AC in lacrosse and led team to the state semifinals as a senior Helped lead basketball team to an undefeated season and the Inter-AC Championship in 2003.
At Lawrenceville (PG): Led Lawrenceville to the 2004 Prep State Lacrosse Championship
Personal: George S. Castle The son of James and Leah Castle Born October 8, 1984 Uncle, David, was a member of JHU's 1985 NCAA Championship team Political science major.