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Shack Stanwick
Shack  Stanwick


Baltimore, MD

High School:
Boys' Latin

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 185



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Of Note
- Will carry a 48-game point-scoring streak into the 2018 season.
- 48-game point-scoring streak is third-longest active streak in the nation entering the 2018 season.
- 48-game point-scoring streak is just eight games shy of JHU record of 56 (Terry Riordan (1992-95)) and the fourth-longest at Johns Hopkins in the last 25 years.
- Has career totals of 74 goals and 82 assists for 156 points.
- Tied for 11th in school history in assists and ranks 22nd in points.
- In striking distance of becoming just the third player in school history with more than 100 career goals and assists.
- Has at least two points in 39 of the 48 games during his scoring streak.
- One of just 12 players in school history with 30 or more assists in a season (38 in 2016).
- Has a career shooting percentage of 45.1%.
- Last of eight Stanwick siblings to play Division I college lacrosse.  The eight have combined for 1,104 goals and 725 assists for 1,829 points entering the 2,018 season.
- Ranked as the #1 freshman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse in 2015.

- Honorable Mention USILA All-American.
- Second Team All-Big Ten.
- Academic All-Big Ten.
- Led the team in goals (26), assists (21) and points (47).
- First player to lead the team in goals, assists and points since 2010 (Steven Boyle).
- Tallied 11 multi-point games, seven multi-goal games and five multi-assist games.
- Opened season with two goals and two assists against Navy and added two goals and three assists one game later against UMBC.
- Tied career high with four goals and added an assist in 14-13 overtime win against Loyola.
- Tallied three assists and game-winning goal in overtime in an 18-17 come-from-behind win against Virginia.
- Matched career-high with four goals and chipped in two assists to fuel a 12-6 win over seventh-ranked Rutgers.
- Notched three goals and two assists in a 13-11 win over fifth-ranked Penn State.
- Earned a spot on the Big Ten All-Tournament Team with a career-high-tying four goals and one assist against Ohio State in the B1G Semifinals.

- Honorable Mention USILA All-American.
- First Team All-Big Ten.
- Led team in scoring with 58 points on 20 goals and a team-high 38 assists.
- 38 assists are tied for the 10th-highest single-season total in school history.
- Finished third in the nation in assists per game (2.53), tied for third in total assists (38) and 19th in points per game (3.87).
- Had at least two points in all 15 games and four or more points in nine of the 15.
- Fired home two goals and two assists against Rutgers in the Big Ten Semifinals.
- Tallied two goals, two assists and the 100th point of his career in 19-13 win at Michigan.
- Tied career high with five assists and added one goal for six points in a 19-7 win at UMBC.
- Notched 19 combined points in a three-game span early in the year against North Carolina (2g, 5a), Princeton (2g, 3a) and Towson (4g, 3a).  Seven-point efforts against UNC and Towson are career high.

- Ranked third on the team in scoring with 28 goals and 23 assists for 51 points.
- Had 13 goals and 10 assists during JHU’s seven-game winning streak late in the season.
- Tied for second on the team in scoring in the NCAA Tournament with eight goals and four assists for 12 points in the three games.
- First Johns Hopkins freshman with more than 20 goals and 20 assists since Brian Piccola (36g, 25a) turned the trick in 1992 (note - Piccola was a redshirt freshman as he had missed the 1991 season with an injury).
- 51 points are the most by a Johns Hopkins freshman since Brian Piccola (61) and Terry Riordan (54) topped the 50-point mark in 1992.
- Got season off to a quick start with three goals and two assists against UMBC.  Effort against the Retrievers earned him Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors. Came back with one assist at Towson.
- Scored two goals and added one assist in the 13-10 win at Villanova and added two goals at fourth-ranked North Carolina.  He earned Big Ten Co-Freshman of the Week for his effort against the Tar Heels.
- Notched a pair of assists in a 16-15 overtime loss to Princeton.
- Earned third Big Ten Freshman of the Week honor with a three-goal, one-assist effort in a 13-8 victory against Navy that extended career-opening scoring stretch to six games.
- Notched another Big Ten Freshman of the Week award with a two-goal, two-assist effort in a 13-10 loss at top-ranked Syracuse.
- Second goal of the game against SU tied the game at 8-8 and was the 1,000th goal scored by a member of the Stanwick family at the collegiate level.
- Came back with a one-goal, two-assist showing against Virginia, added an assist against Rutgers, one goal and one assist at Ohio State and one assist against Penn State.
- Punched up three points on one goal and two assists in 16-9 win against Michigan.
- Scored once in a 15-12 win at third-ranked Maryland.
- Enjoyed a strong showing against Penn State in the Big Ten Semifinals with a three-goal, two-assist effort and added one goal and one assist in the Big Ten Championship game against Ohio State.
- Turned in a three-goal, two-assist effort in a 19-7 win at Virginia in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and came back with a four-goal, two-assist showing in a 16-15 win over Syracuse in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
- Closed rookie campaign with one goal against Maryand in the NCAA Semifinals.

At Boys' Latin
- Played lacrosse, basketball and soccer at nearby Boys' Latin.
- Led lacrosse team to an 18-0 record, the prestigious MIAA "A" title and number one national ranking as a senior.
- Helped team to MIAA Semifinals as a freshman and sophomore and runner-up finish as a junior.
- BL posted a four-year record of 63-16 during his career, including a 37-1 mark in final two years.
- Graduated as the all-time leading scorer in school history with 334 points.
- Totaled a school record 118 points on 46 goals and 72 assists as a senior, when he was named the Baltimore Sun Player of the Year, the Metro Player of the Year and the C. Markland Kelly Award recipient as the top player in the state.
- Two-time US Lacrosse All-American and an Under Armour All-American as a senior.

- Shackelford Stanwick.
- The son of Wells and Dori Stanwick.
- Youngest of eight children - all eight have played Division I lacrosse.
- Older brother, Wells, was a senior on the 2015 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team • Older brother, Steele, played at Virginia and is an assistant coach with the Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team, while another older brother, Tad, played at Rutgers.
- Also has three sisters, Sheehan, Wick and Coco, who all played lacrosse at Georgetown, and another, Covie, who was a senior on the lacrosse team at Boston College in 2015.
- Majoring in political science.