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.