Sophomore Notches Four Goals, Five Points
Blue Jays Open The Season Friday Afternoon at Homewood
Blue Jays Return Eight Starters
Johns Hopkins Placed 15 Players on the 2017 Academic All-Big Ten Team
Federico, Fernandez and Schweizer to Play in All-Star Game on June 3
2017: Named to IWLCA All-Star game • named Academic All-Big Ten • started all 18 games and played more than 1047 minutes • posted a 10.43 goals against average and a .450 save percentage with 149 saves • posted third most saves in a season in school Division I history • also collected 32 ground balls and three caused turnovers • made eight saves in season-opening win at American • posted five saves to go with four ground balls in win at Marquette • made six saves, including five in the second half, in win at Loyola • posted nine saves and two ground balls against #10 Penn • finished with a career-high 15 saves and two ground balls in overtime win over Georgetown • made four saves in just over 53 minutes of win over Furman • posted seven saves and five ground balls in win over UMBC • played 52 minutes in win at Hofstra and made six saves while allowing just two goals • posted eight saves in loss at #1 Maryland • made nine saves in win over Vanderbilt • posted 11 saves versus #10 Penn State • made eight saves and picked up three ground balls in overtime loss at #16 Northwestern • finished with seven saves and two ground balls in win over Michigan • made nine saves in loss to #4 Stony Brook • made 10 saves and allowed just six goals while collecting six ground balls in win at Ohio State • posted 12 saves and caused a turnover in win over Rutgers • had seven saves and two ground balls in loss to #17 Towson • made eight saves with one ground ball in loss at top-ranked Maryland in Big Ten semifinals.
2016: Started all 19 games and posted an 8.55 goals against average and a .474 save percentage • ranked 20th in the nation in save percentage and 30th in goals against average • set the school record for minutes in a season (1136:54) • made the fourth most saves in school Division I history (146) • posted a then career-high 11 saves and picked up two ground balls in win over Marquette • made six saves, caused a turnover and grabbed three ground balls in win over American • stopped six shots and allowed just two goals, while picking up seven ground balls and causing two turnovers in win at Rutgers • made four saves in overtime loss to #19 Loyola • stopped 10 shots in loss to #8 Penn State • finished with six saves and one caused turnover in loss at #17 Ohio State • made 11 saves and picked up three ground balls in win over Boston University • made five saves in win over Hofstra • made eight saves and caused a turnover in win at Vanderbilt • made a career-best 14 saves in win at Georgetown • made nine saves, picked up four ground balls and caused a turnover in overtime loss to #8 Stanford • posted five saves and allowed just one goal in nearly 38 minutes of action in win over Furman • made six saves in loss to #17 Towson • stopped 10 shots in 10-8 loss at #1 Maryland • made seven saves in win over UMBC • made six saves in loss at #8 Stony Brook • made 10 saves in win over Virginia in the NCAA First Round • made nine saves, caused three turnovers and picked up five ground balls in loss at top-ranked Maryland in the second round.
2015: Saw action in 10 games and played 297 minutes in goal • posted an 8.07 goals against average and a .444 save percentage • made three saves in double overtime win over Marquette • made three saves in loss to #7 Boston College • made six saves in second half of win over George Washington • made four saves in 33:49 off the bench of overtime loss at #14 Loyola • made a pair of saves and allowed just one goal in second half of win at Furman • made three saves in second half of win over UC Davis • made four saves in second half of win at Bucknell • stopped three shots in nearly 25 minutes of action in loss to #7 Penn State in NCAA Tournament.
2014: Played 17 games and started eight • played 704:20 minutes while posting a 7.24 goals against average, a .459 save percentage and a 6-4 record • made collegiate debut in season-opening win over Marquette, making one save and grabbing four ground balls in 22:57 of action • played the second half of win at Mount St. Mary’s and made one save without allowing a goal • played 27:47 in win over Bucknell and made two saves • also caused a pair of turnovers versus the Bison • made two saves in second half of action of win over American • played the second half of win over Michigan and made one save and caused one turnover • came off the bench and made seven saves, while allowing just two goals, in 37:56 of action in overtime win at #13 Georgetown • named ALC Defensive Player of the Week (03-24) • played just over 18 minutes off the bench and made three saves in loss at Vanderbilt • made first career start and posted nine saves in win at #3 Northwestern • named ALC Defensive Player of the Week (04-14) • made five saves in win over UMBC • posted eight saves and two ground balls in loss at #12 Penn State • stopped six shots in win at Old Dominion • made three saves, picked up five ground balls and caused two turnovers in win over #10 Ohio State • made a then career-high 10 saves and picked up two ground balls in ALC Quarterfinal win over #7 Penn State • turned away five shots and caused a turnover in ALC Semifinal loss to #3 Florida • made nine saves in NCAA Tournament loss to Georgetown.
Personal: Caroline Federico • daughter of Michael and Kimberly Federico • father played lacrosse at Johns Hopkins, where he was a three-time First Team All-American goalie, three-time USILA Ensign C. Markland Kelly Award winner as the nation’s top goalie, and led JHU to three straight NCAA titles • uncle, Phil, also played lacrosse for two years at Johns Hopkins and played on the 1979 and 1980 NCAA Championship teams • sister, Anne, plays lacrosse at Davidson • uncles, John, Kevin and Tommy Haus, played lacrosse at North Carolina • cousin, Robby Haus, played lacrosse at Ohio State • cousin, John Haus III, played lacrosse at Maryland • cousin, Will Haus, played lacrosse at Duke • cousin, Brian Smith, plays lacrosse at Lynchburg • cousin, Elizabeth, plays lacrosse at North Carolina • named Under Armour All-American as a senior • named US Lacrosse First Team All-American as a junior and senior • also played in the Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Classic • named Varsity Sports Network Defensive Player of the Year as a junior • two-time First Team All-Met and all-conference selection • also played basketball and soccer • majoring in history.