• Academic All-Big Ten selection.
• Had 10 goals and 16 assists for 26 points on the year. Ranked seventh on the team in points and tied for third in assists.
• Counted five goals and nine assists to his credit during JHU’s seven-game winning streak late in the season. Had five goals and seven assists during the first 10 games of the season.
• Scored one goal in the season-opening win against UMBC as he opened the scoring less than one minute into the game. Added an assist at Towson.
• Fired home one goal and one assist in the 13-8 win against Navy. Opened the scoring with an unassisted goal just over two minutes in and added an assist later in a game-opening 8-1 run.
• Scored once, an unassisted strike early in the first quarter, in a 13-10 loss at top-ranked Syracuse.
• Added a one-goal, one-assist effort against Virginia in the regualr season game against the Cavaliers and ran scoring streak to four games with two assists against Rutgers.
• Bumped scoring run to five games with a one-goal, two-assist effort at Ohio State before being held scoreless against Penn State.
• Came back with a one-goal, two-assist showing in a 16-9 win over Michigan and added an assist at third-ranked Maryland.
• Fired home the first hat trick of his career in a 14-9 win over Penn State in the Big Ten Semifinals and came back with one goal in the 13-6 win over Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship game.
• Tied the Johns Hopkins record for assists in an NCAA Tournament game with six in a 19-7 win at Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Only other six-assist effort in an NCAA Tournament game came in 1977 as Mike O’Neill notched six against Maryland in the semifinals.
• 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 • Has one younger sister, Madeline • Father played lacrosse at Dartmouth • Economics major with a minor in marketing and communications.