Blue Jays Return Eight Starters
Three Seniors, Three Juniors Posted GPA of 3.7 or Higher in 2016-17
Johns Hopkins Placed 15 Players on the 2017 Academic All-Big Ten Team
Hopkins to Face Top-Seeded Maryland in B1G Semifinals
Fitzgerald Nets 100th Career Point
2016: Played 16 games and started nine • totaled six goals, seven points and seven ground balls • handed out an assist and caused a turnover in win over American • scored and caused a turnover in loss to #8 Penn State • scored twice and picked up two ground balls in loss at #17 Ohio State • scored in win over Boston University • scored in win over Furman • scored in loss at #1 Maryland.
2015: Started 18 games and totaled 23 goals, seven assists and 30 points • scored two goals, including game-winner, and assisted on a third in double overtime win over Marquette • scored in loss to #7 Boston College • scored in win over George Washington • scored and caused a pair of turnovers in loss at #14 Loyola • totaled three points (1g, 2a) in win over American • scored in win at Hofstra • notched a hat trick in win at Furman • had seven-game point/goal streak snapped in win over Georgetown • scored twice with three ground balls in win over Vanderbilt • totaled a career-high four points (2g, 2a) in win over UC Davis • tied career-best with four points (3g, 1a) in win at UMBC • handed out an assist in win at Bucknell • scored in win over Rutgers • scored a pair of goals, including a behind the back shot, in overtime win at Towson • scored in win at #4 Duke • scored twice in loss to #7 Penn State in NCAA Tournament.
2014: Played six games and totaled two goals, three points and three caused turnovers • scored and caused a turnover in collegiate debut, a season-opening win over Marquette • caused a pair of turnovers in win at Mount St. Mary’s • scored in win over Bucknell • notched first career assist in win at George Washington.
Personal: Alexis Maffucci • daughter of Todd and Anne Maffucci • uncle, Gene Martin, is a Johns Hopkins graduate • named all-league as a freshman • three-time all-county selection • twice named team MVP • led Yellow Jackets club team to back-to-back US Lacrosse Under-15 National Championships in 2010 and 2011 • also played three years of volleyball • named all-league and team MVP as a senior for volleyball • majoring in public health.