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Jamison Koesterer
Jamison Koesterer

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Cazenovia, NY

High School:
Cazenovia

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 225

Position:
Midfield



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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