The First of a Three-Part Series Breaking Down the 2018 Blue Jay Lacrosse Team
Blue Jays, Terps Renew College Lacrosse's Greatest Rivalary
Sophomore Nets Career-High Nine Points, 12 Blue Jays Score in Homecoming Victory
Stanwick To Lead Attack, Madarasz, Moreland to Fuel Face Game
Blue Jays Open Season On Tuesday at Navy
- Ranked as the #36 freshman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse in 2016.
- Ranked as the #9 freshman midfielder in the nation by Inside Lacrosse in 2016.
- Saw action in seven games as a reserve attackman and extra-man specialist.
- Scored one goal and added one assist on the year.
- Tallied first career point - an assist - at Princeton and notched first career goal in a 19-9 victory against Michigan.
- Played in four games as a reserve attackman.
- Saw first career action in a 17-7 win against Princeton and also played against UMBC, Rutgers and Michigan.
- Registered two shots on the year.
At Hill Academy
- Helped team to a 27-4 record over final two years and the North American Lacrosse Invitational title as a senior.
At Trinity Pawling
- Attended Trinity Pawling before enrolling at Hill Acadmy.
- Three-sport varsity letter winner in football, wrestling and lacrosse.
- Drafted by Peterborogh Jr. A Lakers.
- Ottawa Lacrosse Player of the Year.
- Member of Team Ontario, which he helped to National Championship.
- Jacob Fox.
- Son of Jay and Dawn Fox.
- Has one younger brother, Hayden.
- Father played football at Carleton University.
- Majoring in international studies with a minor in marketing.
Did You Know
- Jake Fox attended a French immersion school until his sophomore year of high school and speaks French fluently. He has taken several French classes at Johns Hopkins.