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Events Open to 2019 Graduates

And We Were Back - Jun 3
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Highlights: Men's Lacrosse vs. Maryland - May 23
Highlights: Men's Lacrosse vs. Maryland
Highlights: Men's Lacrosse vs. Syracuse - May 17
Highlights: Men's Lacrosse vs. Syracuse
Jeremy Huber Candlelight Vigil (January 29, 2015)
A candlelight vigil was held at Homewood Field for Jeremy Huber, a freshman on the lacrosse team who passed away suddenly.
Men's Lacrosse vs. Maryland (NCAA Semifinals)
Johns Hopkins fell to Maryland, 12-11, in the NCAA Semifinals Saturday in Philadelphia
Johns Hopkins-Maryland Rivalry Trophy
The Johns Hopkins and Maryland men's lacrosse teams will debut

Tyler Mordecai
Tyler Mordecai


Dublin, OH

High School:
Dublin Jerome

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 225


2011: Saw action in a career-high seven games • Grabbed two ground balls on the year and JHU was 7-0 in the games he played.

2010: Played in three games as a reserve defenseman • Saw action in wins against Manhattan, Albany and Towson • Appearance against Manhattan in the season-opener was the first action of his career.

2009: Reserve defenseman • Did not see any game action.

At Dublin Jerome: Played four years of lacrosse and three years of football • Named a US Lacrosse All-American as a senior • Three-time all-state pick, including a first team selection as a senior • Three-time all-region pick • Helped team to one state championship, one runner-up finish and two trips to the state quarterfinals • Totaled six goals and five assists from his spot on defense • Defensive end in football • Garnered second team all-conference honors in football.

Personal: Tyler R. Mordecai • The son of Bill and Gretchen Mordecai • Born January 10, 1990 • International studies major with a minor in history.

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