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- Ranked as the #2 freshman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse in 2015.
- Second Team USILA All-American.
- First Team All-Big Ten.
- Finished third on the team in goals (19) and points (28) and third in assists (9).
- Scored four game-winning goals on the year.
- Led the team in ground balls (40) and added eight caused turnovers.
- Totaled at least one point in 14 of 15 games with eight multi-point games on the year.
- Opened second with a three-goal, two-assist showing to lead JHU to a 15-8 win over Navy. Included was a third-quarter goal on a hidden ball trick that broke a 7-7 tie and ignited an 8-1 game-ending run for JHU.
- Another another notch to career highlight reel with overtime game-winner against Loyola on a fake flip a the top of the box. Got hands free from eight yards after fooling the defense to net game-winner in a 14-13 victory.
- Scored twice and added two assists in a 13-5 win at defending national champion North Carolina.
- Scored three goals in 18-17 come-from-behind OT win against Virginia, including one that gave JHU its first lead (15-14) late in the fourth quarter.
- Scored twice at Ohio State and came back with two goals against Penn State and one goal and one assist against Michigan.
- Had one goal and two assists in Big Ten Semifinals at Ohio State.
• Missed sophomore season.
- Third Team USILA All-American.
- Big Ten Rookie of the Year and an Honorable Mention All-Big Ten selection.
- Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 28 goals and 10 assists for 38 points.
- Added 31 ground balls and nine caused turnovers. Both of those totals were the highest on the team among non-defensive players.
- Had 14 goals and four assists during JHU's seven-game late-season winning streak.
- Tallied six goals and one assist in Johns Hopkins' three NCAA Tournament games.
- Scored one goal in first career game against UMBC and added another at Towson.
- Notched first two-point game of his career with one goal and one assist at fourth-ranked North Carolina and added a then career-high six ground balls against the Tar Heels.
- Enjoyed strong all-around game with a three-goal, one-assist, seven-ground ball effort against Princeton. Came back with a two-goal, one-assist effort in the 13-8 win against Navy.
- Notched second career hat trick and a career-high two assists for a personal-best five points in a 16-15 overtime loss against Virginia.
- Matched career highs for goals (3), assists (2) and points (5) in 11-10 double-overtime victory against Penn State. Assisted on JHU’s last two goals in regulation and fired home the game-winning goal with seven seconds left in 2nd OT to earn Co-Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors.
- Scored twice in a 16-9 win against Michigan to run point-scoring streak to five games.
- Turned in a strong showing in first career Hopkins-Maryland game with three goals and three ground balls.
- Had one goal and one assist in the 14-9 win over Penn State in the Big Ten Semifinals and added one goal against Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship game.
- Fired home three goals in a 19-7 win at Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and added one goal and one assist against top-ranked Syracuse in a 16-15 Blue Jay victory in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
- Closed rookie campaign with two goals against Maryland in the NCAA Semifinals.
- Played lacrosse and football.
- Ended career with 220 goals and 148 assists for 368 points.
- Totaled at least 48 goals and 79 points in each of his four seasons with a career-high 64 goals as a senior and a personal-best 38 assists as a junior.
- Helped team to conference championship in each of final three seasons and runner-up finish as a freshman.
- Team posted an 80-8 record during his career, including a 23-0 mark in final year.
- Member of Canadian Team at the 2012 FIL U-19 World Championships - helped Team Canada to a silver medal.
- Joel Tinney.
- The son of Sandra and Ken Hastie.
- Majoring in political science.
Did You Know
- Joel Tinney completed an internship last summer (2017) with Corrigan Sports and was extensively involved in the organization's operation of the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic.