Started all 16 games on JHU's first midfield. Ranked sixth on the team in points on nine goals and 15 assists for 24 points.
15 assists ranked third on the team ... nine goals ranked seventh.
Registered at least one point in the first 10 games of season and in 14 of 16 on the year.
Finished season strong with two goals and five assists in two NCAA Tournament games, including a one-goal, four-assist showing against Duke in the quarterfinals. Four assists and five points against the Blue Devils were career highs.
Ended season with a five-game point-scoring streak, during which he had four goals and eight assists.
Posted two multi-point games in the first 11 games of the season; had four multi-point showings in the last five games.
Had a two-assist effort at Navy, added one goal against Villanova and came back with one goal and one assist at top-ranked Loyola.
Fueled win at Princeton with a two-goal, one-assist effort. Came back with one goal and one assist at UMBC a week later.
Earned first career start against Ohio State and responded with the first goal of his career. Came back with first career assist in the 15-8 win against Towson and added another against Michigan,
Reserve midfielder. Saw action in six games on the year, including four of the first six games and two of the last three.
Picked up a pair of ground balls on the year.
At Gonzaga: Four-year standout in lacrosse and two-year member of the basketball team at Gonzaga Helped lacrosse team to a four-year record of 67-18 and three straight conference championships Under Armour All-American, conference Player of the Year and Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year as a senior, when he totaled 14 goals and 33 assists Finished career with 43 goals and 87 assists Four-time all-conference and two-time Washington Post All-Met selection.
Personal: Connor B. K. Reed The son of John and Hope Reed Father played lacrosse at Dartmouth Economics major.