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The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team played the 2015 season in honor of Jeremy Huber, a freshman defenseman who passed away suddenly on January 26 - less than two weeks before the 2015 season opener. The team wore commemorative patches on its uniforms and stickers on its helmets throughout the 2015 season, while Huber's #19 was painted on Homewood Field right in front of the team's bench area and remained there throughout the season. Huber's #19 jersey will not be issued again until his class graduates in 2018.
Photo Gallery From On-Campus Candlelight Vigil (January 29, 2015)
A scholarship has been established within the Peabody Conservatory in support of a student pursuing training as a pianist, something that Jeremy was also passionate about. A goal of raising $100,000 has been established. Click here to contribute to the scholarship fund.
A number of stories have been written and produced about Jeremy, his life and the legacy and impact he made on everyone he met. Below are links to many of those pieces.
Incoming Loyola Lacrosse Player to Honor Huber by Wearing Number 19 (Baltimore Sun - June 14, 2015)
Johns Hopkins Almost Made Good on Jeremy Huber's Father's Tongue-in-Cheek Request (Baltimore Sun - June 8, 2015)
Fallen Teammate Remains Part of Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Team (Philadelphia Inquirer - May 22, 2015)
Hopkins Lacrosse Keeping Late Teammate Jeremy Huber in Mind as They Prepare for NCAA Semifinals (Baltimore Sun - May 21, 2015)
12-Year-Old Honors the Memory of JHU Freshmen Jeremy Huber (Rising to the Challenge - May 13, 2015)
Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Mourns Fallen Player (Comcast SportsNet - February 7, 2015)
Family, Friends Remember Huber at Candlelight Vigil (Baltimore Sun - January 29, 2015)
Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Coach Opens up About the Late Jeremy Huber (ABC2 - January 29, 2015)
Hopkins Lacrosse Player Jeremy Huber Was Passionate About Music (Baltimore Sun - January 28, 2015)
Johns Hopkins Mourns the Loss of Jeremy Huber (HopkinsSports.com - January 26, 2015)
At West Career and Technical
• Four-time Nevada All-State selection - grabbed second team honors as a freshman and first team as a sophomore, junior and senior.
• Guided team to a 73-22 record in four varsity seasons.
• Helped team to a state championship as a freshman and sophomore, a runner-up finish as a junior and a trip to the state semifinals as a senior.
• Graduated as the salutatorian of his class.
Jeremy Huber • The son of Robert and Nancy Huber • One younger brother, Justin • Intended major - cognitive science.