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John Ranagan
John  Ranagan


Yorktown, NY

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 218



Three Blue Jays Selected in 2018 MLL Draft

Tinney, Stanwick, Moreland Selected in 1st, 6th and 7th Rounds


Four Blue Jays Selected in MLL Draft

Fields, Crawley, Radziewicz, Reed Selected


JHU Men's Lacrosse Weekend Primer: Alumni Game and IL All-Access

Annual Alumni Game Set for 7:30 pm on Saturday, October 5


12 Former Blue Jays Selected for U.S. Team Tryouts

2010 World Championship MVP Rabil Among Dozen Former Jays Who Earn Tryout


Johns Hopkins-Army Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays, Black Knights Close Regular Season Friday Night at Michie Stadium

2012: Second Team USILA All-American • Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 16 goals and seven assists • Had one assist in season-opener vs. Towson, scored first goal of the year vs. Delaware and added another assist vs. Siena • Totaled one goal and one assist at Princeton and matched that vs. Manhattan • Notched the 50th point of his career at Princeton • Posted first multi-goal game of the season with two goals vs. UMBC and came back with a two-goal, one-assist effort in 11-7 win over sixth-ranked Syracuse • Scored only goal of the game with 5.6 seconds remaining in the first overtime to lift Hopkins to an 11-10 win at #1 Virginia - JHU's first win over the Cavs in Charlottesville since 1998 • Fired home career-high four goals in 17-6 win over Albany and had one in loss to Maryland • Totaled one goal and two assists in 13-6 win vs. Army and scored twice in 19-9 win over Stony Brook in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

2011: First Team USILA All-American • Only sophomore at any position to earn first team honors and the first sophomore middie at JHU to earn First Team All-America honors since Paul Rabil in 2006 • Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 18 goals and 14 assists • Also went 15-of-31 (.484) on faceoffs, finished fifth on the team in GBs (27) and had 11 multi-point games • Had one assist and four ground balls and won 3-of-6 faceoffs in the win at Towson to open the season • Came back with a career-high three assists, grabbed two ground balls and won 3-of-6 faceoffs in the 18-5 win at Delaware • Punched up his first two goals of the season in the win against Siena • Did not score vs. Princeton, but enjoyed a solid showing at the X as he was 6-of-8 on faceoffs with five ground balls • Totaled two goals and one assist and added three ground balls vs. Manhattan • Posted career-high five points in the win over UMBC with two goals and three assists - Three assists tied career high • Fired home two goals in a 5-4 double overtime loss at top-ranked Syracuse • Earned Big City Classic MVP honors in JHU's 10-9 win over North Carolina as he scored three goals and added one assist • Added two goals in JHU's 11-6 win over Albany • Tallied two assists in JHU's 12-11 overtime win at fourth-ranked Maryland - got the helpers on the first and last goals of a 9-2 JHU run that turned a 7-2 halftime deficit into an 11-9 lead - both goals were scored by senior Chris Boland • Scored twice against Loyola and added one goal and one assist at Army • Assisted on a Rob Guida goal early in the third quarter of the 12-5 win over Hofstra in the first round of the NCAA Tournament - goal sparked an 8-1 game-ending run for JHU • Added one goal and one assist vs. Denver in the NCAA Quarterfinals.

2010: Played in all 15 games and earned his first career start against North Carolina • Counted nine goals and five assists to his credit to finish sixth on the team in goals and points • Second-leading scorer among JHU freshmen • Scored first career goal against Delaware and added single goals in wins against Siena and UMBC • Tallied then career-high two points on one goal and one assist at top-ranked Virginia and added a goal against third-ranked North Carolina • Netted first career hat trick and added an assist in the win over Albany to earn Chris Gardner Player of the Game honors • Made it two straight three-point games with a one-goal, career-high two-assist showing against Maryland • Assisted on a Kyle Wharton goal late in the first quarter at Loyola that gave JHU a 2-1 lead - game was tied twice after that, but JHU never trailed again.

At Yorktown: Two-time US Lacrosse All-American and an Under Armour All-American as a senior • Earned all-section and all-league honors three times • Totaled 58 goals and 13 assists as a senior and 128 goals and 53 assists in his career • Helped lacrosse team to three straight appearances in the state semifinals • Lacrosse coach was Dave Marr, the career leader in assists at Johns Hopkins and a 1996 JHU graduate • Three-time state skiing finalist • Also played soccer.

Personal: John J. Ranagan • The son of John and Laura Ranagan • Father played football and lacrosse at nearby Towson University and helped guide the Tiger football team to a 10-0 record in 1974 ... this remains the only unbeaten football team in school history • Born July 9, 1991 • Psychology major with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.