Blue Jays Hold Black Knights Scoreless for 27 Minutes to Fuel Victory
Blue Jays Earn Key Road Win
Blue Jays Slip to 6-3 With Road Loss
Blue Jays Use 9-0 Run to Take Control, Win Third Straight vs. Cavs
Blue Jays Slip to 5-2 With Loss at the Carrier Dome
2012: Totaled 15 goals and 15 ground balls Finished sixth on the team and third among midfielders with 15 goals, a total that surpassed his 24-game total of his first two seasons (11) Scored at least one goal in 12 of 16 games on the year Fueled JHU's win over Towson in season-opener with two goals and came back with a goal vs. Delaware Scored a pair of goals in win vs. Siena and final tally in a 4-1 fourth-quarter run that fueled a 10-8 win at Princeton Added a goal vs. Manhattan and UMBC Notched unassisted game-tying goal with 44 seconds remaining in regulation of 11-10 overtime victory at #1 Virginia Scored once each in games against North Carolina, Albany and Maryland Scored twice in game-opening 5-0 Blue Jay run at top-ranked Loyola and added a goal in 19-9 win over Stony Brook in first round of NCAA Tournament.
2011: Member of JHU's second midfield Totaled nine goals and eight ground balls on the year Scored first goal of the season at Towson in season opener and added tallies against Manhattan and UMBC Enjoyed the finest game of his career in the 12-11 win over second-ranked Virginia as he netted a career-high three goals in the win - all three goals came in the final 35 minutes of the game after he moved up to the first midfield for an injured John Greeley Came back after his showing against Virginia and tallied the unassisted game-winner with 1:52 remaining in the 10-9 win over North Carolina Added one goal in the wins over Albany and Loyola.
2010: Played in eight games at midfield Scored two goals and added two ground balls Scored the first goal of his career at top-ranked Virginia and added another against Albany.
At St. Andrew's: Helped team to a four-year record of 91-7 and four state championships Team went 43-1 over final two years Totaled 135 goals and 54 assists over final three seasons Garnered all-state and US Lacrosse All-America honors Played two years of football (WR/DB) and led the team in interceptions.
Personal: Lee S. Coppersmith The son of Richard and Julie Coppersmith Born March 22, 1991 Economics major with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.
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Attack Drives Johns Hopkins Past Navy, 15-4
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