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Jesse Schwartzman
Jesse  Schwartzman


Owings Mills, MD

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 220



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The Johns Hopkins Guide to the FIL World Championships

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Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Fall Notebook

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

• 2007 Hon. Mention Preseason All-American

• 2006 Hon. Mention STX/USILA All-American

• 2006 Preseason Second Team All-American

• 2005 Hon. Mention STX/USILA All-American

• MVP - 2005 NCAA Tournament

2006: Honorable Mention STX/USILA All-American for the second straight year • Started all 14 games and posted an 8.15 goals against average and a .563 save percentage • Ranked 19th in the nation in goals against average and 21st in save percentage • Posted 143 saves on the year to move into ninth place on the career saves list at Hopkins (344) • Enjoyed a spectacular showing against Princeton as he posted 14 saves, including several from point-blank range, and allowed just six goals in the loss to the Tigers • Posted 13 saves against Virginia, including eight in the first quarter, and came back with 12 saves while allowing just five goals against North Carolina • Posted 10 saves, including several of the highlight-reel variety, in the 9-8 win over Navy • Tied season high with 14 saves in the overtime win at Loyola • Posted 10 saves and allowed just three goals in a 13-3 win over Penn in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Three goals allowed against the Quakers marked the sixth straight NCAA Tournament game he started in which he held the opposition to nine goals or less (streak was snapped a week later in a 13-12 loss to Syracuse) • Anchored a Hopkins defense that held nine of 14 opponents to nine goals or less and six opponents to seven goals or less • Johns Hopkins finished 17th in the nation in scoring defense (8.21).

2005: Honorable Mention STX/USILA All-America and the Most Outstanding Player in the NCAA Tournament • Started all 16 games and posted a 6.68 goals against average and a .626 save percentage • Led the nation in goals against average and ranked third in save percentage • Goals against average ranks as the lowest in school history and save percentage is seventh-best • Posted 12 saves and allowed just eight goals in final four victories over Virginia and Duke • Helped hold Duke - the highest scoring team in the nation - scoreless for the final 27:43 of the national championship game as he registered seven of his 12 saves in the second half • Enjoyed a breakout game against Virginia during the regular season as he registered a then career-high 20 saves to fuel a 9-7 win against the Cavaliers • Posted 17 saves and allowed just six goals in an 11-6 win at Maryland and had a career-high 21 saves in an 8-4 win at Towson • Picked up 12 saves and gave up just one goal in the second half of the win over the Tigers.

2004: Saw action in eight games and started twice • Posted an impressive 5.41 goals against average and a .614 save percentage in just over 188 minutes of playing time • Started the season-opener against Penn and allowed just four goals in 30 minutes •Played the final 36:36 of the 14-10 win over Maryland in the 100th meeting between the two teams • Got the start in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Providence when Scott Smith was injured during pregame warmups •Responded by allowing just three goals, while registering a then career-high nine saves in the 15-3 win •The three goals allowed against the Friars are tied for the second-fewest JHU has allowed in 84 all-time NCAA Tournament games.

At Pikesville: Two-time All-American in lacrosse • Also garnered all-city/county and all-metro honors • Helped team to the Maryland State Championship as a sophomore • Also played soccer and basketball.

Personal: Jesse S. Schwartzman • The son of Robert and Debbie Schwartzman • Born November 14, 1985 • Political science major.