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2006: Played in six games as a member of JHU's second midfield Scored four goals and added three assists for seven points Won 28-of-42 (.667) faceoffs and grabbed 19 ground balls Missed the first eight games of the season after suffering a broken jaw in the team's final preseason scrimmage Returned to action against Maryland and scored one goal, won 4-of-5 faceoffs and had three ground balls against the Terps Added one goal and won 1-of-3 faceoffs in the 9-8 win over Navy a week later Did not register a point, but may have been JHU's most instrumental player in the win over Towson as he won 13-of-16 faceoffs and grabbed a career-high eight ground balls 13 faceoffs won and 16 attempts were also then career-highs and the most in either category by a JHU player on the year Scored one goal, added one assist, grabbed three ground balls and won 4-of-7 faceoffs in the 13-3 win over Penn in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Closed season with a solid effort against Syracuse in the NCAA Quarterfinals Scored one goal and added one assist, won 5-of-8 faceoffs and grabbed two ground balls against the Orange Goal and assist both came during a game-ending 5-1 run for the Blue Jays that nearly helped overcome a 12-7 deficit in the final nine minutes.
2005: One of just two freshmen on the team to play in all 16 games Finished the season tied for eighth on the team in goals (10) and tied for 10th in points (10) Also won 12-of-27 (.444) faceoffs and had 23 ground balls Tallied the first goal of his career in the win over Princeton in the season-opener Won 6-of-7 faceoffs and had a career-high five ground balls in the win over Albany Posted the first two-goal game of his career in the win over Maryland and scored two goals, won 5-of-7 faceoffs and had five ground balls against Marist in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Posted the first hat trick of his career with a three-goal showing against Massachusetts in the NCAA Quarterfinals All three goals came in a span of less than nine minutes in the third quarter, including two that bookended a four-goal run that took just 78 seconds.
At Cold Spring Harbor: Four-sport standout as he played football, lacrosse, hockey and basketball Two-time All-American in lacrosse and a three-time All-Nassau County selection in football Was a Thorpe Award Finalist in football as a senior, when he was selected to the Golden 11 Scholar Athletes of Nassau County as well.
Personal: Stephen R. Peyser The son of Michael and Barbara Peyser Born July 28, 1986 Younger brother of Michael (`03) and Greg (`06), who both played at Johns Hopkins for head coach Dave Pietramala Political science major.