2009: Played briefly in season-opening victory against Siena before missing the remainder of the season with an injury.
2008: Played in 16 games with one start (Navy-RS) on attack and had five goals and one assist to his credit Saw first action of the season against Princeton and came up with two ground balls and scored his first goal of the season against UMBC Goal against the Retrievers capped a 3-0 run that turned a 2-0 deficit into a 3-2 lead Gave JHU a 12-11 lead late in the fourth quarter against Virginia when he scored off an assist from Paul Rabil Assisted on a Michael Doneger goal just seven seconds into the third quarter against Navy and added a goal in the win over Mount St. Mary's Jump-started game-turning 6-0 run in the second half against Loyola with an unassisted goal midway through the third quarter Scored the third goal in a six-goal run to fuel the 10-4 win at Navy in the NCAA Quarerfinals.
2007: Reserve attackman who played in 14 games with one start to his credit Fired home five goals and added two assists for seven points and grabbed six ground balls on the year Started the season-opener against Albany and tallied one assist Added goals against UMBC and North Carolina and an assist against Mount St. Mary's before igniting JHU's run to the national championship with three goals in the NCAA Tournament Punched home perhaps the key goal in the win over Georgetown in the NCAA Quarterfinals as his unassisted goal midway through the second quarter came after JHU had killed a three-minute non-releasable penalty and gave JHU a 4-1 lead Georgetown was never closer than three goals again Ignited the Blue Jays in the NCAA Semifinals against Delaware with an unassisted goal late in the third quarter that started a 5-0 run that put the game away Capped stirring run in the NCAAs with a second-quarter goal in the NCAA Championship game against Duke that fueled an 8-2 run that gave JHU a 10-4 halftime lead.
2006: Played in 11 games with three starts on attack Quietly finished seventh on the team in points (10) and tied for seventh in goals (8) Added 10 ground balls, one extra-man goal and one game-winning goal All 10 points came during a six-game span from early April through the middle of May Missed first three games of the season with an injury and was held scoreless for first four career games Broke out with a three-goal, one-assist effort in a 19-6 win over Mount St. Mary's Scored an extra man goal against Maryland and tallied a third-quarter goal against Navy that tied the game at 7-7 Matched career-high with three goals and had a personal-best four ground balls in a 13-3 win over Penn in the the NCAA Tournament.
At Christian Brothers: Second leading scorer in the history of boy's lacrosse in the state of New Jersey with 253 goals and 178 assists for 431 points Earned All-America honors along with first team all-state and first team all-conference as a senior Asbury Park Press Boy's Lacrosse Player-of-the-Year in 2005 and a three-time team MVP Led team to the 2005 Shore Conference Championship.
Personal: Thomas P. Duerr The son of Charles and Kathleen Duerr Older brother, Bill, played lacrosse at Marist and played against JHU in the first round of the 2005 NCAA Tournament Born March 17, 1986 Anthropology major.
Duerr's Career Statistics
Year GP/S G A Pts Sh. GBs Pen.
2006 11/3 8 2 10 30 10 1/0:30
2007 14/1 5 2 7 8 6 0/0:00
2008 16/1 5 1 6 23 10 0/0:00
Totals 41/5 18 5 23 61 26 1/0:30
Duerr's Career Highs
Goals: 3, vs. #12 Penn (5-13-06)
Mount St. Mary's (4-30-06)
Assists: 1, Five Times
Points: 4, vs. Mount St. Mary's (4-3-06)