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Chris Boland
Chris  Boland


Columbia, MD

High School:
Boys' Latin

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 185



Johns Hopkins-Duke NCAA Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays, Blue Devils Meet for a Spot in the Final Four


Johns Hopkins-Georgetown NCAA Tournament Notes

Blue Jays Welcome Hoyas to Homewood Field for First Round of NCAA Tournament


Johns Hopkins-Maryland B1G Championship Notes

Blue Jays, Terrapins Meet for B1G Tournament Title


Johns Hopkins-Ohio State B1G Tournament Notes

Blue Jays, Buckeyes Meet in B1G Tournament for Third Time


Johns Hopkins-Towson Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays, Tigers Meet Saturday Night at Homewood Field

2011: Honorable Mention USILA All-American • Led the team in scoring with 34 goals and 20 assists for 54 points • Finished 19th in the nation in points per game (3.88) and 25th in goals per game (2.13) • Posted at least two points in 12 of 16 games • Made return to the lineup in season-opener at Towson after missing virtually all of the 2010 season with an injury - responded with two goals and one assist • Added two goals and two assists in win at Delaware • Punched up first hat trick of the season and added two assists for five points in the win over Siena - had a hand in JHU's first four goals in the win • Enjoyed a five-goal, one-assist effort in the win over UMBC to garner Player of the Game honors at the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic • Totaled three goals, including the game-winner with 1:39 remaining, and one assist to fuel 12-11 win over second-ranked Virginia and added one goal in the 10-9 win over North Carolina at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic • Punched up two goals, including the 50th of his career, and added an assist in the win over Albany • Fired home five goals - all in the second half - of JHU's stunning 12-11 come-from-behind overtime win at fourth-ranked Maryland • Came back with a two-goal, two-assist performance against Navy - opened scoring with an unassisted goal just 45 seconds into the game and had a hand in three of JHU's six first-quarter goals (JHU led 6-0 after 1st) • Fired home three goals and added an assist in the 15-10 win at Army • Totaled two goals and a game-high three assists in 12-5 win over Hofstra in first round of NCAA Tournament - had a hand in three of JHU's four goals in the third quarter when the Blue Jays turned a 4-4 tie into an 8-5 lead • Continued hot hand in the NCAA Quarterfinals vs. Denver with two goals and a career-high-tying four assists.

2010: Played in just two games before suffering a knee injury that cost him the remainder of the season • Saw first action of the season against Princeton after sitting out the first three games of the season and scored a pair of goals, including one extra-man tally • Added two goals against UMBC in the first 18 minutes before leaving the game with the knee injury.

2009: Led the team in scoring with 28 goals and 18 assists for 46 points • 28 goals came on just 53 shots (.528) • Finished 28th in the nation in points per game (3.06), 36th in assists per game (1.2) and 44th in goals per game (1.87) • Had a 13-game point-scoring streak until being held scoreless in the final game of the season • Had nine multi-point games to his credit • Totaled 15 goals and 10 assists during JHU's seven-game winning streak late in the season • Enjoyed, at the time, the finest game of his career against Princeton with one goal and one assist • The goal and assist were both the first of his career • Built off the positive momentum of his effort against Princeton with a two-goal, three-assist showing against sixth-ranked UMBC - Had a hand in final four goals of a five-goal run that turned an 8-6 lead into a 13-6 advantage against the Retrievers • Totaled two goals and two assists at second-ranked Syracuse and came back with a six-goal, two-assist masterpiece against top-ranked Virginia (eight points were most by a Johns Hopkins player since Kyle Barrie had nine against Navy in 2003) - The six goals against Virginia equaled his previous career total • Fired home five goals on eight shots in the win over Albany, paced the win over Mount St. Mary's with two goals and a career-high four assists and added three assists in the regular-season-ending win against Loyola • Ignited JHU's 12-11 overtime win over Brown in the first round of the NCAA Tournament with five goals and two assists for seven points • Five goals are the most ever by a JHU player in a first round NCAA game and the seven points are just one shy of the school record for most points in a tournament game • Five goals came on just six shots.

2008: Sat out the 2008 season.

2007: Played in four games as a reserve attackman on JHU's national championship team.

At Boys' Latin: Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse • Totaled 123 goals and 175 assists during his career, including 36 goals and 61 assists as a junior and 35 goals and 71 assists as a senior • Three-time All-American and three-time All-Metro selection • Guided team to back-to-back MIAA "A" Championships as a junior and senior • Squad posted a 19-2 record in 2005 and a perfect 21-0 record in 2006.

Personal: Christopher J. Boland • The son of Kevin and Susan Boland • Born April 21, 1987 • Older brother, Kevin, graduated from Johns Hopkins in 2004 and was a three-time All-American midfielder for the Blue Jays - he finished his career as JHU's career leader in assists among midfielders (82) and helped the Blue Jays to the 2003 NCAA title game • Father, Kevin, played lacrosse at Maryland, was a member of the Terps' 1973 NCAA Championship Team and earned Third Team All-America honors as a senior • Anthropology major.