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- Counts 26 of 32 career goals as extra-man tallies.
- 26 EMO goals are the most by a Johns Hopkins player in the last 15 years.
- 26 EMO goals are the most of any returning player in the nation.
- Played in all 15 games with seven starts to his credit.
- Finished eighth on the team in goals (12) and points (13).
- Led the team with eight extra-man goals.
- Prowess on extra-man unit helped JHU set a school record and lead the nation in extra-man percentage (.605) as the Blue Jays connected on 26-of-43 EMO chances.
- Scored three goals in a 15-8 season-opening win against Navy. Hat trick was second of his career.
- Added a pair of goals in a 13-11 victory against fifth-ranked Penn State and added single goals against Loyola, North Carolina, Towson Virginia, Michigan and both games against Ohio State.
- Played in all 15 games as a member of the Blue Jay midfield and on the team's extra-man unit.
- Totaled nine goals and two assists for 11 points on the year.
- Finished eighth on the team in goals and ninth in points.
- Led team with seven extra-man goals.
- Scored twice against third-ranked Maryland one week after notching a pair in a 19-13 win at Michigan.
- Scored two EMO goals in a span of 65 seconds bridging the third and fourth quarters in JHU's 11-10 come-from behind win against then third-ranked Syracuse.
- Tallied one goal in NCAA First Round game at Brown.
- Played in 17 of Johns Hopkkins' 18 games as an extra-man specialist.
- Ranked eighth on the team in scoring with 11 goals and two assists for 13 points.
- All 11 goals and 13 points came on extra-man.
- Tied for third in the nation with 11 extra-man goals.
- 11 extra-man goals were the most among all freshmen in the nation and tied for the second most by a Johns Hopkins player since 2003.
- Enjoyed a strong career-opening game against UMBC with one goal and two assists. All three points came on the Blue Jays’ extra-man unit.
- Fired home second goal of the season with an extra-man strike at Villanova and added another EMO tally at fourth-ranked North Carolina.
- Enjoyed remarkable shooting day against Princeton with four goals on five shots. All four goals came on extra-man and helped JHU battle back from an early 7-0 deficit before falling 16-15 in overtime. Named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week after his effort against the Tigers.
- Four EMO goals against Princeton are the most by a Johns Hopkins player since Dave Pietramala took over in 2001.
- Scored an extra-man goal in a 13-10 loss at top-ranked Syracuse. Goal against the Orange came early in fourth quarter and tied the game at 10-10.
- Notched an extra-man tally in 16-9 win against Michigan.
- Got back in the scoring column with an extra-man goal in a 16-15 win over Syracuse in the NCAA Quarterfinals. Goal was part of a 4-0 run that turned a 7-6 deficit into a 10-7 lead ... JHU never trailed or was tied again.
- Tallied final strike of the year in the NCAA Semifinals against Maryland.
- Two-sport standout in lacrosse and hockey.
- Played lacrosse for former Johns Hopkins midfielder Mark Goodrich.
- Led lacrosse team in scoring all four years and graduated as the school's all-time leading scorer.
- Helped lacrosse team to New England Small School Championship as a freshman, sophomore and junior.
- Standout goalie in ice hockey.
- Drafted by the Indiana Ice of the United States Hockey League and national camp with USA Hockey.
- Patrick Fraser.
- The son of Jack and Christine Fraser.
- Has an older sister, Kelsey.
- Majoring in international studies.
Did You Know
- Patrick Fraser completed an internship doing inside sales at Dell/EMC last summer.