15 Blue Jay Lacrosse Players Honored
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Has played in 38 career games. Only four other returning players have played in more career games entering the 2015 season.
Played in 10 games.
Totaled one goal, three ground balls and two caused turnovers.
Scored first goal of career in a 14-5 win over Michigan.
Played in 12 games as a long-stick middie.
Totaled nine ground balls and one caused turnover on the year.
Member of a Johns Hopkins defense that finished third nationally in scoring defense (7.79).
2012: Played in all 16 games as one of JHU's two primary short stick defensive middies One of just two freshmen on the team to play in all 16 games Had two ground balls and one caused turnover on the year and helped Johns Hopkins finish seventh in the nation in scoring defense (7.38).
At Niskayuna: Guided team to a 76-11 record with one trip to the state championship game and another appearance in the state semifinals Also helped team to three Section II titles, another trip to the Section II Championship game and a pair of regional titles US Lacrosse All-America selection as a senior in 2011 Two-time First Team All-Section II and an Under Armour Underclass game participant as a junior Three-year standout in football as a wide receiver and linebacker Earned First Team All-Section II as a receiver.
Personal: Nikhon Schuler The son of Richard and Natalie Schuler Born February 5, 1993 Economics major with a minor in Russian.