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Statistically Speaking: In JHU career history, ranks first in games played (90), fourth in points (122) and goals (55), second in game-winning goals (17) and tied for 17th in assists (12) • holds school and Centennial Conference Tournament records for goals in a game (2) and career (5) • also holds school NCAA Tournament record for career goals (4) and points (9) • first player in school history to lead the team in goals for four straight years.

2010: Named First Team NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic and First Team All-Centennial Conference and ECAC All-South • just fifth player in conference history to earn First Team All-Centennial honors four times • played all 23 games and started 22 • tied for the team lead with 11 goals, finished second with 22 points and three game-winning goals • fifth in the conference in points and tied for fourth in goals • scored the game-winner in shutout of Buffalo State • scored on a pk in loss to #13 Swarthmore • scored in loss to Franklin & Marshall • scored the game's only goal in win at Gettysburg • scored a pair of goals in the win over Washington College • named to Centennial Conference Honor Roll (11-01) • scored a pair of goals, including his 50th career goal, in 4-1 win over Gettysburg in Centennial quarterfinals tying a conference tournament record • scored in Centennial Conference semifinals at Swarthmore • scored a pair of goals, including the golden goal, in 3-2 win over Stockton in NCAA First Round • had goal-scoring streak snapped at six games in second round.

2009: Named First Team All-Centennial, First Team NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic and a Third Team All-American • also named to ECAC South All-Star Second Team • played all 23 games and started 21 • led the team in goals (15), points (31) and game-winning goals (4) • led the Centennial Conference for third straight year in goals and points, becoming first player in conference history to do so • notched first career hat trick in win over Buffalo State • all three goals came in just 6:55, making it the seventh fastest hat trick in NCAA Division III history • notched a pair of goals in win over Susquehanna • named Blue Jay Classic MVP and Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week (09-08) • scored twice, including the game-winner, in win over Neumann • scored in win over Cabrini • scored the game-winner in shutout at McDaniel • scored in overtime win at Muhlenberg • named to Centennial Conference Honor Roll (10-05) • scored in win over #18 Dickinson • scored in shutout of Ursinus • scored at Franklin & Marshall • scored in loss to Gettysburg • tallied game-winning goal against Misericordia in the first round of the NCAA • notched an assist in loss at eventual national champion Messiah in NCAA Sweet 16 • assist was the 100th point of his career, making him just the fifth player in program history to do so.

2008: Earned First Team All-Centennial, Second Team NSCAA All-Region and First Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honors • also named to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll • played 22 games and started 17 • led the team in goals (9), assists (5), points (23) and game-winning goals (4) • tied for first in the Centennial in goals, points and game-winning goals • notched a pair of goals in win over St. Mary's • scored two goals, including the game-winner, against Birmingham-Southern • had a hand in all three of JHU's goals in win at Sewanee with two goals and an assist • named Kyle Rote, Jr. Invitational Offensive MVP • named Centennial and ECAC South Offensive Player of the Week (09-08) • tallied an assist in win over Bridgewater • scored against Cabrini • had a hand in both of JHU's goals in win over #11 Swarthmore • notched an assist in win at Neumann • scored the game-winner at Haverford • tallied an assist in win at Ursinus • converted his PK in shootout at #2 York in NCAA Tournament.

2007: Named First Team All-Centennial and NSCAA All-Region • played all 22 games and started 16 • led the team and the Centennial in goals (20) and points (46) • also tallied six assists and six game-winning goals • tied for seventh in the nation in goals • notched first career goal and assist against Fisk • scored two goals, including the game-winner, in shutout at St. Mary's • tallied a goal in win over Washington & Lee • scored the game-winner in shutout of DeSales • named to all-tournament team of Citrano Medical Labs Kickoff Classic • scored for fifth consecutive game at Bridgewater • picked up an assist in shutout at Swarthmore • had first career multi-goal game, scoring twice, in win over Philadelphia Biblical • had second straight two-goal game in win over Haverford • also tallied an assist and drew a penalty kick against the Fords • named Centennial Offensive Player of the Week (9/24) and to the D3Kicks.com Team of the Week (9/25) • notched a goal and an assist in win at McDaniel • scored the game-winner in 2-1 win at Muhlenberg • scored in loss to Dickinson • tallied two goals in just over five minutes in win over Juniata • had 12-game point streak snapped in win over Ursinus • scored in overtime loss at #18 Franklin & Marshall • scored on a penalty kick in the 70th minute to tie the game in comeback win over Gettysburg • picked up an assist in win at Washington College • scored two goals and added an assist in Centennial title game against Gettysburg • named Centennial Offensive Player of the Week (11/5) • scored the golden goal against DeSales in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

Personal: Ronald S. Bukoski • son of Ronald and Cynthia Bukoski • born October 19, 1988 • scored 118 goals and 27 assists in four seasons at Bourne • two-time all-conference and team MVP • earned all-state honors as a sophomore and a senior • also played baseball • intern at Yale Hospital Department of Vascular Surgery • majoring in biology.

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Scott Bukoski

Scott  Bukoski

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sagamore, MA

High School:
Bourne

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 160

Position:
For.

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