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Pierce Bassett
Pierce  Bassett


Scottsdale, AZ

High School:
Brophy Prep

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 200



Four Blue Jays Selected in MLL Draft

Fields, Crawley, Radziewicz, Reed Selected


Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Fall Notebook

Blue Jays Open Fall Practice, Seven Advance in Team USA Tryouts


2013 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Season-Ending Notebook

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


Durkin Repeats as First Team All-American

Five Blue Jays Earn All-America Honors


Defense, Benn, Brown Power Johns Hopkins Past Army, 9-4

Blue Jays Hold Black Knights Scoreless for 27 Minutes to Fuel Victory

Noteworthy: 28-11 in 39 career starts in goal • 25-7 in last 32 starts.

2012: Honorable Mention USILA All-American • Posted a 7.47 GAA and a .522 save percentage • Finished seventh in the nation in goals against average • Opened the season with seven saves while allowing six goals vs. Towson and came back with six saves against six goals allowed vs. Delaware • Punched up a season-high 10 saves while allowing five goals vs. Siena and made nine saves, including several of the point-blank variety, in a 10-8 win at Princeton • Registered seven saves in 45 minutes of action in an 11-0 win over Manhattan as JHU posted its first shutout since 1988 • Came back with nine saves and five goals allowed in 12-5 win over UMBC, nine more saves in a win over sixth-ranked Syracuse and nine saves in the 11-10 overtime win at #1 Virginia ... first JHU goalie to beat the Cavaliers in Charlottesville since Brian Carcaterra in 1998 • Totaled 12 saves in a 13-9 loss to #11 North Carolina in the Big City Classic • Totaled 11 saves and allowed five goals in 55:03 to secure 25th career win with a 17-6 win over Albany and notched nine saves in 10-9 overtime win at top-ranked Loyola.

2011: Earned Second Team USILA All-America honors - the first sophomore goalie at JHU to earn All-America honors since Jesse Schwartzman in 2005 • Posted a 7.07 goals against average and a .570 save percentage • Finished fifth nationally in goals against average and 10th in save percentage • Solid in season-opening win at Towson with nine saves against six goals allowed and followed that with an 11-save effort against Delaware in which he allowed just four goals in 54:20 • Posted 12 saves and allowed four goals in 48:14 against Siena • Solid in loss to Princeton with nine saves and eight goals allowed • Posted six saves and allowed just two goals in 56:18 against Manhattan and followed that with eight saves while allowing just four goals against UMBC • Turned in perhaps the best performance of his career with a 16-save masterpiece in a 5-4 double overtime loss at top-ranked Syracuse - 14 of 16 saves came in the second half • Strong effort in 12-11 win against second-ranked Virginia with 14 saves against 11 goals allowed (14 saves are tied for the third-highest total of his career) • Under .500 in save percentage in 12-11 overtime win at fourth-ranked Maryland (8 svs. - 11 GAA), but stoned Jake Bernhart in OT ... JHU gained possession and eventually scored game-winner • Added eight saves while allowing five goals in win over Navy • Totaled seven saves against Loyola and nine against Army • Solid is NCAA win over Hofstra with nine saves and five goals against - Was particularly strong after the first quarter with eight saves and three goals allowed.

2010: Played in the last eight games (started the last seven) and boasted a 9.90 goals against average and a .536 save percentage • First freshman to start in goal for Johns Hopkins since Jesse Schwartzman in 2004 and just the fifth freshman to start in goal for the Blue Jays since freshmen became eligible in 1972 • Played well down the stretch of the regular season with a 6.95 goals against average and a .697 save percentage in the last three regular season games with 46 saves against just 20 goals allowed vs. Navy, Towson and Loyola • Saw the first action of his career at top-ranked Virginia and posted four saves while allowing five goals in 18:41 • Made the first start of his career against North Carolina and posted six saves while allowing 11 goals • Earned first win of his career against Albany with eight saves and six goals allowed in 54:54 • Totaled eight saves in JHU's 10-9 loss to Maryland and enjoyed the finest game of his career at the time with a personal-best 14 saves in the 9-8 overtime loss at Navy • Registered 12 saves and allowed just five goals in 56:18 against Towson • Keyed JHU's 9-6 win at Loyola with a career-high 20 saves and just six goals allowed to help JHU secure its record 39th straight bid to the NCAA Tournament • 20 saves are the most by a JHU goalie since Michael Gvozden had 20 against Syracuse in the 2008 national championship game. At Brophy Prep: Four-time Arizona All-State selection, including a three-time first team pick • Garnered All-America honors from US Lacrosse as a senior and was twice selected as the most valuable defensive player in the state • Guided team to four straight appearances in the state championship game with victories as a sophomore and junior.

Personal: Pierce R. Bassett • The son of Edward Bassett and Nora Greer • Born July 15, 1991 • Psychology major with a minor in economcs.