2006: Played in all 14 games as the anchor of JHU's second midfield Scored two goals and added five assists for seven points Ranked second on the team with 42 ground balls and won 60-of-103 (.583) faceoffs on the year Won 6-of-10 faceoffs, grabbed a career-high seven ground balls and had one assist in the season-opening win over Albany Scored one goal and won 4-of-6 faceoffs against Hofstra Won 6-of-10 faceoffs and grabbed four ground balls in the win over Syracuse and won 4-of-7 faceoffs and had one ground ball against Virginia Won 9-of-13 faceoffs and had six ground balls in the win over North Carolina and won 6-of-12 faceoffs with six ground balls and two assists against Mount St. Mary's Tied career-high by winning nine faceoffs (9-of-11) in the win over Navy Was 6-for-6 in the second half against the Midshipmen after taking seven stitches at halftime to close a gash above his left eye (entered the day as a game-time decision after suffering a quad injury against Maryland) Matched career-high with two assists and had one ground ball in the 13-3 win over Penn in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and came back a week later and won 6-of-7 faceoffs and grabbed five ground balls against Syracuse in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
2005: Played in all 16 games and finished with three goals, five assists and 19 ground balls Also won 26-of-40 (.650) faceoffs on the year Had not taken any faceoffs prior to the regular-season game against Virginia, but won 4-of-4 in the fourth quarter against the Cavaliers to help secure the win Tallied one goal and added two assists for a career-high three points against Albany, when he also won 3-of-5 faceoffs and grabbed three ground balls Won 3-of-4 faceoffs and had three ground balls in an 8-4 win over Towson Tallied one goal and one assist, won 8-of-9 faceoffs and grabbed five ground balls against Marist in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Closed the season on a roll as he won 18-of-24 (.750) faceoffs and had 13 ground balls in the final six games of the season.
2004: Saw action in 12 games as a member of JHU's third midfield and faceoff specialist Tallied one goal and one assist, won 9-of-16 (.562) faceoffs and had five ground balls on the year Made first career appearance in a 14-5 win over fifth-ranked Princeton Scored first career goal in a 17-6 win over Albany and added an assist in a 13-8 win over 11th-ranked Towson.
At Cazenovia: Three-sport standout Played football, basketball and lacrosse Two-time all-league selection in lacrosse and a two-time New York All-State selection at safety in football Helped lead football team to a sectional title as a junior.
Personal: Lanyi Jamison Koesterer The son of Mark and Joyce Koesterer Born October 9, 1984 Sociology major.
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