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Starter in 13 games on close defense and counted 14 ground balls and 13 caused turnovers to his credit. 13 caused turnovers tied for third on the team.
Key member of a defense that allowed a total of just 20 goals in last four games and finished third nationally in scoring defense (7.79).
Moved back to close defense this season after playing LSM in 2012. Had started all 16 games on close defense as a freshman in 2011.
2012: Played in all 16 games Made the move from close defense to LSM and shared that spot with freshman Michael Pellegrino Counted 21 GBs, six caused turnovers and one goal on the year Played first game at LSM vs. Towson and had three GBs in the win Added three GBs in win over Delaware Scored first career goal midway through the third quarter to help Hopkins to an 11-10 win at #1 Virginia ... goal was the second in a 4-0 run that turned a 6-4 deficit into an 8-6 lead.
2011: Started all 16 games on defense and totaled 17 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers Just the fourth freshman to start season opener on defense under head coach Dave Pietramala (Chris Watson-2002, Matt Drenan-2006, Tucker Durkin-2010) Key member of a defense that finished sixth in the nation in scoring defense (7.25) Helped hold the opposition scoreless for a stretch of 14 minutes or longer 22 times and to one goal or less in 32 of 64 quarters on the year.
At Christian Brothers Academy: Four-year starter on close defense All-America selection by Under Armour and US Lacrosse as a senior Four-time first team all-conference, two-time first team all-section and two-time team captain in lacrosse Also played three varsity seasons of football (RB, QB, LB) Finished second on school's career rushing list, was the team offensive MVP in each of his three seasons and captained team as a senior Starting center on state championship basketball team as a senior.
Personal: John J. Reilly The son of Michael and Kathleen Reilly Born January 4, 1992 Psychology major with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.