7/23/2014

Rabil, Durkin Earn Outstanding Player Awards, All-World Honors

Eight Former Blue Jays Competed in FIL World Championships

7/10/2014

The Johns Hopkins Guide to the FIL World Championships

Six Former Blue Jays to Compete, Pietramala, Greenberg in as Coaches

7/9/2014

Shack Stanwick to be Featured on ESPNU

Incoming Attackman One of Four Future Jays in UA All-America Game

05/09/2014
New Blue (Part 3): Inside the 2014 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Season
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04/23/2014
HIGHLIGHTS: Men's Lacrosse vs Villanova
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04/13/2014
Postgame Interviews: Men's Lacrosse vs Maryland
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05/11/14
Johns Hopkins-Virginia Men's Lacrosse (May 11, 2014)
Johns Hopkins-Virginia NCAA Men's Lacrosse 1st Round May 11, 2014
06/03/13
Johns Hopkins-Big Ten Press Conference (June 3, 2013)
Johns Hopkins and the Big Ten announced that JHU is joining the conference as a sport affiliate member in men's lacrosse.
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Johns Hopkins-North Carolina Men's Lacrosse (3-30-2013)
The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse battled 6th-ranked UNC to overtime before falling, 11-10.
 

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Jack Reilly
Jack Reilly

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Niskayuna, NY

High School:
Christian Brothers Academy

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 215

Position:
D



05/22/2014

Reilly, Pellegrino Lead Five All-America Selections for Johns Hopkins

Four of Five Selections Due to Return in 2015

05/14/2014

Johns Hopkins-Duke NCAA Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays, Blue Devils Meet with Trip to National Semifinals on the Line

05/11/2014

Hopkins Tops Virginia, 14-8, Pietramala Ties Scott's Record

Blue Jays Use 8-0 and 5-0 Runs to Fuel Victory at UVA

05/07/2014

Johns Hopkins-Virginia NCAA Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays Head to Charlottesville For First Round Game

04/30/2014

Johns Hopkins-Loyola Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays Make Short Trip to Battle Top-Ranked Greyhounds

2013
• Starter in 13 games on close defense and counted 14 ground balls and 13 caused turnovers to his credit. 13 caused turnovers tied for third on the team.
• Key member of a defense that allowed a total of just 20 goals in last four games and finished third nationally in scoring defense (7.79).
• Moved back to close defense this season after playing LSM in 2012. Had started all 16 games on close defense as a freshman in 2011.

2012: Played in all 16 games • Made the move from close defense to LSM and shared that spot with freshman Michael Pellegrino • Counted 21 GBs, six caused turnovers and one goal on the year • Played first game at LSM vs. Towson and had three GBs in the win • Added three GBs in win over Delaware • Scored first career goal midway through the third quarter to help Hopkins to an 11-10 win at #1 Virginia ... goal was the second in a 4-0 run that turned a 6-4 deficit into an 8-6 lead.

2011: Started all 16 games on defense and totaled 17 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers • Just the fourth freshman to start season opener on defense under head coach Dave Pietramala (Chris Watson-2002, Matt Drenan-2006, Tucker Durkin-2010) • Key member of a defense that finished sixth in the nation in scoring defense (7.25) • Helped hold the opposition scoreless for a stretch of 14 minutes or longer 22 times and to one goal or less in 32 of 64 quarters on the year.

At Christian Brothers Academy: Four-year starter on close defense • All-America selection by Under Armour and US Lacrosse as a senior • Four-time first team all-conference, two-time first team all-section and two-time team captain in lacrosse • Also played three varsity seasons of football (RB, QB, LB) • Finished second on school's career rushing list, was the team offensive MVP in each of his three seasons and captained team as a senior • Starting center on state championship basketball team as a senior.

Personal: John J. Reilly • The son of Michael and Kathleen Reilly • Born January 4, 1992 • Psychology major with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.

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