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Matt Rewkowski
Matt Rewkowski


Bethpage, NY

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2013 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Season-Ending Notebook

Blue Jays Post 9-5 Record, Produce Schmeisser Award Winner and Five All-Americans

Did You Know: Matt Rewkowski was named the 2001 Nassau County Player of the Year.

This Season: Co-captain • Expected to make a full recovery from a torn ACL suffered on the first day of fall practice • Will run on Hopkins' first midfield.

2004: Third Team STX/USILA All-American • Tied for third on the team in scoring with 26 goals and 11 assists for 37 points • Finished tied for second on the team in goals and tied for third in assists • Led the team with 12 extra-man goals on the year, the second-highest total by a JHU player since 1995 (Dylan Schlott-16/1998) • Tallied seven goals and two assists in three NCAA Tournament games • Scored three goals and added an assist in the NCAA Quarterfinals against North Carolina and added three goals in the NCAA Semifinals against Syracuse • Had one goal and one assist in his JHU debut against Penn • Gave JHU a 9-8 lead with his lone goal and assisted on the game-winning goal with 2:35 remaining against the Quakers • Scored one goal and added three assists against North Carolina during the regular season and registered at least two points in 12 of 15 games on the year • Assisted on Conor Ford's game-winning goal in a 10-9 overtime victory against Navy as he threaded a pass from behind the goal to Ford on the crease • Had four consecutive three-point games to his credit early in the season (Princeton through Syracuse).

2003 (at Duke): Earned Honorable Mention STX/USILA All-America honors • Finished as the team's leader in goals (36) and points (47) • Scored four of Duke's six goals in a 19-6 loss at Johns Hopkins • Tallied a total of five goals in two games at the ACC Tournament • Ended the season on a roll with 18 goals in final five games.

2002 (at Duke): Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 17 goals and seven assists for 24 points • Scored three goals and added two assists against Hobart in the NCAA Tournament and added two goals in NCAA Quarterfinals against Syracuse • Scored game-winning goal in overtime against Maryland in ACC Semifinals.

At Bethpage: Played football and lacrosse at Bethpage • Two-time All-American in lacrosse and an All-Long Island pick in football • Named the Nassau County Player of the Year as a senior.

Personal: Given name is Matthew P. Rewkowski • The son of Richard and Meryl Rewkowski • Born June 10, 1983 • History major with a minor in business.

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