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Counted three goals, four assists and 10 ground balls to his credit in six games played. Missed eight games with an injury suffered early in the season.
Finished season with a career-high-tying three assists in a 9-4 win at Army.
Returned to the lineup at top-ranked Maryland after missing eight games with an injury. Responded with a key goal late in the third quarter and added two ground balls in the 7-4 win.
Came back with one goal and two GBs vs. Navy.
2012: Second Team USILA All-American Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 17 goals and 11 assists for 28 points 28 points were more than double his freshman total of 12 goals and one assist for 13 points Had one goal and one assist vs. Delaware and came back with a goal vs. Siena Added fifth multi-point game of career with one goal and one assist in 10-8 win at Princeton Notched a pair of goals in 11-0 win over Manhattan and one goal in win over UMBC, when he also scooped up a career-high five GBs Matched career high with three points on one goal and personal-best two assists in 11-7 win over sixth-ranked Syracuse Took career-high up a notch with four points on two goals and two assists in 11-10 win at #1 Virginia ... all four points, including back-to-back extra-man goals, came during a 7-2 JHU run that turned a 4-1 deficit into an 8-6 lead Totaled two goals and one assist against 11th-ranked North Carolina and one goal in win over Albany and loss to Maryland Nothced first career hat trick and first career overtime goal to fuel 10-9 win at top-ranked Loyola - first sophomore to score an OT goal at Johns Hopkins since Kyle Harrison beat North Carolina with one in 2003 Scored once and added an assist in 19-9 win over Stony Brook in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and punched up a career-high three assists against Maryland in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
2011: Member of JHU's first midfield Counted 12 goals, one assist and 20 ground balls to his credit Finished sixth on the team, and first among freshmen, in scoring Held scoreless in season opener at Towson, but needed less than a minute against Delaware to open the scoring with his first career goal Added one more vs. the Blue Hens, scored twice vs. Siena and added a goal in the wins over Manhattan and UMBC Fueled JHU's win over Virginia with the finest game of his career to-date - scored twice and added an assist for a career-high three points in the win over the Cavaliers - Scored the game-tying goal with 4:49 remaining and assisted on Chris Boland's game-winner with 1:39 left in the fourth quarter vs. the Cavs Scored one goal in the win over Navy to snap a three-game scoreless streak and came back with another goal vs. Loyola - goal vs. the `Hounds was the second of three straight for JHU and gave Hopkins a 5-3 lead Fired home first NCAA Tournament goal of his career early in second half of the 12-5 win over Hofstra in first round win - goal ignited an 8-1 second half run for JHU Made it two straight NCAA Tournament games with a goal as he struck for an unassisted goal less than three minutes into the NCAA Quarterfinal against Denver.
At Chatham: Standout in lacrosse and football at Chatham Helped lacrosse team to state championship game as a junior and state semifinals as a senior Garnered All-America honors as a senior, when he also grabbed first team all-state, all-county, all-conference and all-division honors A second team all-state selection as a junior, when he also earned first team all-county, all-conference and all-division honors Played running back and cornerback in football and earned first team all-division and all-county honors.
Personal: Robert D. Guida The son of Dan and Edie Guida Born November 22, 1991 Political science major with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.