15 Blue Jay Lacrosse Players Honored
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Will serve as a co-captain for the 2015 season.
First goalie at Johns Hopkins to be elected a captain since Rob Scherr in 2003.
Posted an 8.84 goals against average and a .547 save percentage tin starting all 16 games.
Played more than 950 (950:41) of the team's nearly 972 minutes (971:50) on the year. His 950:41 is the most by a Johns Hopkins goalie since 2008 and the third-highest single-season total in school history.
Finished 14th in the nation in GAA and 16th in save percentage.
Fueled JHU's late-season five-game winning streak with a 5.68 GAA and a .654 save percentage in the five victories.
Made a solid NCAA Tournament starting debut with 12 saves while allowing just eight goals in a 14-8 win at Virginia in the first round of the tournament.
Sparked 6-5 win at Navy with 17 saves against just five goals allowed ... 17 saves are second highest total of his career.
Fueled 11-6 win against third-ranked Maryland with 12 saves and just six goals allowed.
Posted a career-high 19 saves and allowed just four goals in 55:04 against Michigan and came back with a 13-save performance in JHU's 15-9 win at 10th-ranked Princeton.
Enjoyed a strong showing in 10-9 season-opening win against Ohio State with 13 saves against nine goals allowed in 68:59. Added three ground balls in the victory as well.
Appeared in eight games with one start. Made first career start against Mount St. Mary's.
Posted a 9.59 goals against average and a .500 save percentage in 87:37 of playing time. Played in four straight games in March (Mount St. Mary's, UMBC, Syracuse, Virginia) and also played in late-season wins against Navy and Army.
Posted a career-high five saves in a 17-8 win against Michigan early in the season.
2012: Did not appear in a game and maintained sophomore eligibility.
2011: Played in two games as a reserve goalie Logged 4:30 in net and posted one save without allowing a goal Saw action in wins over Siena and UMBC.
At Massapequa: Three-year starter in goal Boasted a save percentage above 60% in each of his three years as a starter Under Armour All-American as a senior, when he also garnered all-county honors and helped team to a 15-3 record and the county title game All-county pick as a junior and US Lacrosse All-Academic selection as a senior Guided team to a 38-15 record in his three seasons as a starter Team advanced to the county tournament each year with the runner-up finish his sophomore year to go along with the trip to the finals in 2010.
Personal: Eric D. Schneider The son of Irwin and Roni Schneider Born March 30, 1992 Older brother, Doc Schneider, is an assistant lacrosse coach at UMass and helped the Minutemen to the 2006 NCAA Championship game as a freshman goalie Graduated in May 2014 with a degree in political science major and a minor in entrepreneurship and management Currently enrolled in the master's of science marketing program in Johns Hopkins' Carey Business School.