2006: Started all 14 games on close defense and ended the season with 23 ground balls Finished 10th on the team, and second among defensemen, in ground balls Earned the first start of his career in the 10-8 win over Albany in the season-opener and enjoyed a solid debut with four ground balls Four GBs were one more than he had in five games played in 2005 Fueled 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: Played in five games as a reserve on close defense Scooped up three ground balls on the year Saw the first action of his career against Virginia and appeared in regular season games against Albany and Loyola Played in NCAA Tournament wins over Marist and UMass Had a then personal-best two ground balls in the win over Marist.
2004: Did not see any game action due to injuries and retained freshman eligibility.
2003 Under-19 World Championships: Helped the United States win a fifth consecutive Under-19 World Championship Played all six games with four starts Anchored a defense that allowed just 41 goals in the tournament Had nine ground balls in the six games.
At St. Mary's: Played lacrosse, soccer and basketball at St. Mary's Earned All-America, all-metro and all-county honors in lacrosse Helped lacrosse team to the MIAA Championship game as a senior Garnered All-MIAA honors in lacrosse and soccer Three-year letter winner in soccer as a goalie and a two-year letter winner in basketball.
Personal: Eric D. Zerrlaut The son of Terri and Sharron Zerrlaut Born March 3, 1985 Graduated from Johns Hopkins last May with a degree in Psychology Currently pursuing a master's degree in Clinical Community Counseling.