Annual Alumni Game Set for 7:30 pm on Saturday, October 5
Blue Jays Post 9-5 Record, Produce Schmeisser Award Winner and Five All-Americans
Blue Jays, Black Knights Close Regular Season Friday Night at Michie Stadium
Blue Jays Host Midshipmen in Key Late-Season Game
Blue Jays Earn Key Road Win
2012: Led the team in points (53) and assists (26) and finished second in goals (27) - all three totals are career highs First JHU player since Paul Rabil in 2007 with 25 goals and 25 assists in one season - just the eighth JHU player to do it since 1980 (the eight have combined to do it 13 times) Totaled at least one point in 15 of 16 games and had 11 multi-point games and seven multi-goal games to his credit Led JHU offensively in win over Towson with three goals and three assists - it was his fourth career hat trick Tallied an assist vs. Delaware and came back with a two-goal, two-assist effort vs. Siena Punched up one goal and three assists in 10-8 win at Princeton and one goal and one assist vs. Manhattan Notched fifth career hat trick, a career-high-tying five assists and eight points in 12-5 win over UMBC and scored once in 11-7 win over sixth-ranked Syracuse Tallied one assist and a jaw-dropping one-handed goal from the side of the net to fuel the 11-10 win at #1 Virginia ... goal was #7 in ESPN SportCenter's Top 10 Plays for Saturday, March 24 Scored once and added an assist against 11th-ranked North Carolina and came back with two goals and two assists in win over Albany Scored once in loss at Navy Scored two goals and added two assists, including one on Rob Guida's game-winning goal in overtime, to lift JHU to a 10-9 win at top-ranked Loyola Posted a career-high five goals and added two assists for seven points in 13-6 win over Army - had a hand in JHU's final five goals and six of nine during a game-ending 9-2 run Behind-the-back goal vs. Army in the third quarter was the #2 ESPN SportsCenter Play of the Weekend Made it back-to-back games with 6+ points with a three-goal, three-assist effort in 19-9 win over Stony Brook in first round of the NCAA Tournament Closed season with one goal against Maryland in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
2011: Finished second on the team in scoring with 22 goals and 25 assists for 47 points Ended the season with a career-best 12-game point-scoring streak Registered at least one point in 15 of 16 games and had eight games with 3+ points Matched then career high for points in a game with a five-point effort vs. Towson in the season opener (2g, 3a) - three assists were a then career high Punched up a career-best four goals and seven points in the 18-5 win at Delaware - Had a hand in five of JHU's eight goals in the third quarter against UD Added two goals in the win against Siena, totaled one goal and two assists vs. Manhattan and flipped that with two goals and one assist against UMBC Scored two of JHU's four goals in a 5-4 double overtime loss at top-ranked Syracuse and came back with a career-high-tying three assists against Virginia Totaled one goal and one assist in the 10-9 win over North Carolina and came back with two assists in the win over Albany Scored two goals and added an assist in the 12-11 overtime win at fourth-ranked Maryland - earned a spot in ESPN's top 10 plays of the weekend with an amazing behind-the-back goal midway through the fourth quarter that tied the game at 9-9 after JHU had trailed 8-3 in the third quarter Scored one goal and a career-high five assists vs. Navy - had a hand in four of JHU's 10 first-half goals as the Blue Jays sprinted to a 10-0 halftime lead Scored JHU's first goal in win vs. Loyola and added three goals and two assists in the 15-10 win at Army - had a hand in five of JHU's 11 goals during an 11-2 run that turned a 2-1 lead into a 13-3 advantage Totaled one goal and one assist in 12-5 win over Hofstra in first round of NCAA Tournament and added an assist vs. Denver in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
2010: Played in all 15 games with eight starts at midfield and attack Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 10 goals and five assists Top scorer among all JHU freshmen Started on the first midfield in season-opener vs. Manhattan and had one goal Registered the first multi-goal game of his career with two goals in the win against Delaware Tallied a highlight-reel behind-the-back goal from the slot late in the fourth quarter against Princeton Enjoyed the finest game of his young career against UMBC with three goals and two assists - all three goals came during a 6-1 game-ending run Totaled one goal and one assist against Syracuse - both points came during a 6-1 JHU run that sliced an 8-1 deficit to 9-7 Added an assist against UNC and scored twice in the win against Albany First freshman midfielder to start a season-opener at JHU since Mark Bryan in 2006.
At The Hill Academy: Two-time Athlete of the Year selection and a team captain as a senior Guided team to a 50-2 record over final two years, including a 27-1 mark as a senior.
Personal: Zachary W. Palmer The son of Dave and Ainslie Palmer Born January 3, 1991 Psychology major with a minor in business entrepreneurship.