This Season: Co-captain Will return to his natural attack position after starting on Hopkins' first midfield the last two years Played attack at JHU as a freshman and saw some time there during the last two years.
Statistically Speaking: Enters final season with 57 goals and 50 assists for 107 points JHU's top active career scorer Has registered two or more points 29 times and JHU has posted a 26-3 record in those 29 games.
2003: Started all 16 games on JHU's first midfield Finished tied for third on the team in scoring with 18 goals and a career and team-high 28 assists for 46 points Finished 12th in the nation in assists per game (1.75) Had 10 points in the first six games of the season, but then had 17 goals and 19 assists for 36 points in the final 10 games of the season. Fueled JHU's come-from-behind win over Towson with a one-goal, career-high five-assist effort - all six of his points in the game came during a stunning 11-0 JHU run to close the game after Towson had taken a 9-6 lead Finished as the team's fourth-leading scorer in the NCAA Tournament with 11 points on four goals and seven assists Had three goals and one assist in the 19-8 win over Syracuse in the NCAA Semifinals.
2002: Finished second on the team in scoring with 17 goals and 16 assists for 33 points 17 goals ranked fourth on the team and 16 assists ranked second Registered at least one point in 13 of 14 games on the year and had 10 multi-point games on the year Scored a season-high three goals in wins over Syracuse and Loyola and posted a career-high three assists in wins over Hofstra and North Carolina Excelled in Hopkins' six one-goal wins on the year as he had eight goals and 10 assists in those six victories.
2001: Finished second on the team in goals (22) and third in points (28) and led the team with a .667 shooting percentage Started the season as the team's fourth attackman, but entered the starting lineup midway through the season and made an immediate impact Entered the game against Navy having scored eight goals on 12 shots for an impressive .667 shooting percentage Managed to top that by going 5-for-5, five goals on five shots, in the 13-11 win over the Midshipmen Came back with four more goals in the win over Towson and added four goals and two assists for a personal-best six points in the 13-10 win over Loyola Closed his impressive late-season run with one goal and two assists in the NCAA Quarterfinals against Notre Dame After being held scoreless in his collegiate debut, Ford broke through with a two-goal effort in the win over Hofstra Added three goals, all in extra man situations, against Virginia, two goals in the win over North Carolina and one goal and one assist in the win over Ohio State.
At St. Paul's: Three-sport standout who lettered in lacrosse, ice hockey and soccer Earned All-Metro honors in lacrosse and helped lead soccer team to MIAA Championship.
Personal Profile: Given name is Conor J. Ford The son of Daniel and Kathlyn Ford Born November 20, 1982 Sociology major.