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Johns Hopkins' career active leader in points (137) and assists (81) entering the 2015 season.
Ranks 26th in school history in points and 11th in assists.
Has 106 points (42g, 64a) in last 26 games dating back to the 2013 season.
Will carry a 19-game point-scoring streak into the 2015 season.
Has registered at least one point in 28 of the 29 games he's played since the start of the 2013 season.
Has posted two or more points in 26 of the 29 games he's played since the start of the 2013 season.
Honorable Mention USILA All-American.
Led the team in assists (44) and points (67) and ranked fourth in goals (23).
Ranked fifth in the nation in assists per game (2.75) and eighth in points per game (4.19).
67 points are the most by a Johns Hopkins player since Terry Riordan had 69 in 1995.
44 assists are the fourth-highest single-season total in school history and the most by a Johns Hopkins player since Jack Thomas had 45 in 1973.
Had 15 multi-point, 11 multi-assist and five multi-goal games on the year.
Totaled 10 points in Johns Hopkins' two NCAA Tournament games with five goals and one assist against Virginia in the first round and one goal and three assists against Duke in the quarterfinals. Five goals against Virginia tied career high and also tied the JHU record for most goals in a first round NCAA game.
Had 21 points during JHU's late-season five-game wining streak (6g, 15a), incuding a six-assist effort vs. Albany, a three-goal, one-assist showing vs. Maryland, another six-assist performance at Mount St. Mary's and a three-goal, one-assist effort against Villanova.
Six assists vs. Albany & Mount St. Mary's are the most by a JHU player since Dan Denihan had six against Hofstra on March 11, 2000.
Scored one goal and matched then career high with five assists in 10-9 season-opening win against Ohio State. Assisted on Johns Hopkins' first five goals of the game. Came back with another one-goal, five-assist effort against Towson. Had a hand in five of JHU's 10 goals in a 10-1 run that turned a 5-3 deficit into a 13-6 lead.
Followed one-goal, five-assist efforts in first two games with a one-goal, three-assist showing against Michigan and a three-goal, two-assist performance at 10th-ranked Princeton.
Tallied three goals and three assists in the 15-8 win at UMBC and added two assists against Syracuse.
Honorable Mention USILA All-American.
Finished first on the team in scoring with 24 goals and 23 assists for 47 points. 24 goals are more than double his freshman total and 47 points are 24 more than he had as a freshman. Narrowly missed becoming just the ninth JHU player since 1980 to amass 25 goals and assists in the same season.
Led team in assists and finished second in goals.
Totaled 39 points (19g, 20a) in last 10 games and had 11 multi-point games in 13 games played this season.
Finished fourth in the nation in shooting percentage (.500).
Scored one goal and added a career-high five assists to fuel the 15-4 win vs. Navy. Had a hand in six of JHU's first nine goals in game-ending 11-0 run.
Notched, at the time, ninth straight multi-point game with four goals and one assist against Albany one week after a two-assist effort at UNC.
Punched up fourth straight game with 4+ points with a three-goal, one-assist showing against Virginia. All four points came during a game-opening 11-1 run.
Notched second career hat trick with three goals and one assist at Syracuse.
Enjoyed the finest game of his career with five goals and four assists for nine points in a 19-9 win over Mount St. Mary's. All three totals are career highs and nine points are the most by a JHU player since Kyle Barrie had nine in a win against Navy in 2003.
Came back with a six-point effort vs. UMBC on two goals and four assists. First JHU player with back-to-back six-point games since Dan Denihan did it against Villanova (8), Ohio State (6) and Maryland (7) during the 2000 season.
Punched up then career-high four points on two goals and two assists at Towson. Two goals tied career-high - a mark he also notched in season-opening win against Siena. Added one goal and one assist vs. Princeton.
2012: Played in 13 games with four starts Tied for fifth on the team in scoring with 23 points (9g, 14a) despite missing three full games Saw significant playing time in season opener vs. Towson and registered two assists in the victory Came back with the first goal of his career and two more assists in the win vs. Delaware and totaled first multi-goal game of career with two goals and one assist vs. Siena Made return to the field in 11-7 win over sixth-ranked Syracuse and totaled one goal and one assist - goal ignited a 4-0 JHU run that turned a 6-4 lead into a 10-4 advantage scored one goal and added two assists to fuel 11-10 win at #1 Virginia ... all three points came during a 7-2 run that turned a 4-1 deficit into an 8-6 lead Notched a career-high three assists vs. #11 North Carolina and came back with one goal and two assists in a 17-6 win over Albany Scored final goal in a 5-0 game-opening run that fueled a 10-9 win at top-ranked Loyola and added final goal in 4-1 game-opening run vs. Army Scored once and added an assist in a 19-9 win over Stony Brook in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
At Boys' Latin: Under Armour All-American Two-time First Team All-Baltimore Metro selection Finalist for the C. Markland Kelly Award as a senior Heped team to the MIAA "A" championship as a junior Team also advanced to MIAA semifinals (senior) and quarterfinals (sophomore) during career Totaled 123 goals and 169 assists, including 33 goals and 56 assists as a senior Also played three years of basketball and soccer.
Personal: Wells T. Stanwick The son of Wells and Dori Stanwick Younger brother, Shack, is a freshman 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 is a senior on the lacrosse team at Boston College Born December 15, 1991 Majoring in political science.