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Drew Kennedy
Drew  Kennedy


Wayne, PA

High School:
Malvern Prep

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 200



Johns Hopkins-Ohio State B1G Tournament Notes

Blue Jays, Buckeyes Meet in B1G Tournament for Third Time


Johns Hopkins-Michigan Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays Head to Ann Arbor for Big Ten Game Against the Wolverines


Johns Hopkins-Penn State Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays Head to Penn State for Key Big Ten Game


Johns Hopkins-Ohio State Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays, Buckeyes to Meet at Homewood in Key Big Ten Game


Johns Hopkins-Rutgers Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays, Scarlet Knights Open Big Ten Play on Sunday Night

• Played in all 16 games despite battling injuries through the season.
• JHU's top faceoff specialist as he was 191-of-324 (.590) on faceoffs with 132 ground balls.
• 191 faceoffs won are the fourth-highest single-season total in school history, while 324 attempts rank third.
• 132 ground balls are the fifth-highest single-season total in JHU history.
• Finished 14th in the nation in FO winning percentage and ninth ground balls per game (8.25).
• Missed most of preseason, but suited up for the season-opener against Ohio State and won 18-of-22 faceoffs with 13 ground balls. 18 faceoff wins and 13 GBs were career highs at the time.
• Came back with a 16-of-23 performance on faceoffs and 10 ground balls against Towson. Was 1-of-6 in the first quarter, but went 15-of-17 over the final three periods.
• Fueled the 15-9 win at #10 Princeton as he was 14-of-26 on faceoffs with 10 ground balls.
• Keyed the 15-8 win at UMBC as he was 18-of-26 on faceoffs and added 12 ground balls against the Retrievers.
• Nearly unbeatable against Syracuse as he won 21-of-25 faceoffs with a career-high 15 ground balls and followed that with a 16-of-25 showing with 11 ground balls at Virginia (regular season). First Johns Hopkins player to win 20 or more faceoffs in a game since Mike Poppleton won 20-of-26 against Stony Brook in the 2012 NCAA Tournament (1st Round).
• Carried the entire load on faceoffs against North Carolina and won 20-of-26 with 13 ground balls.
• Won 9-of-11 faceoffs and grabbed nine ground balls in limited action against Mount St. Mary's.
• Fueled win at Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament by winning 14-of-26 faceoffs with 10 ground balls.

• JHU's number two faceoff specialist. Won 37-of-68 (.544) faceoffs with 18 ground balls on the year..
• Tied career high with nine faceoff wins on 17 attempts and added five ground balls in 9-4 season-ending win at Army. Nine faceoff wins tied career high.
• Won 9-of-20 faceoffs with six ground balls and the first goal of his career in the win against Virginia. Six GBs and 20 faceoff attempts are a career high.
• Won 5-of-7 facoeffs and had one GB in the season opening win vs. Siena and won 5-of-7 with four GBs in the win vs. Michigan.
• Won 7-of-9 faceoffs and had two ground balls in a 19-9 win over Mount St. Mary's.

2012: Enjoyed a productive rookie campaign as JHU's number two faceoff specialist •Won 29-of-55 (.527) faceoffs on the year and grabbed 14 ground balls in 13 games played • Took two-thirds of JHU's faceoffs in the season-opener vs. Towson and won 9-of-14 with three ground balls in the victory • Fueled JHU's 11-10 win at #1 Virginia by winning 8-of-14 faceoffs with four GBs • Won 4-of-5 faceoffs in 19-9 win over Stony Brook in the first round of the NCAA Tournament • Helped Johns Hopkins finish seventh in the nation in team faceoff winning percentage (.578).

At Malvern: Standout faceoff specialist at Malvern - the same school that produced Matt Dolente, a 2011 JHU graduate and First Team All-America selection as a faceoff specialist • Won 78% of his faceoffs as a senior, when he helped team to conference championship game - one of two conference title-game appearances during career.

Personal: Andrew P. Kennedy • The son of Edward and Tina Kennedy • Born July 10, 1992 • Political science major.