Jesse Bernhardt and John Haus are the first Maryland players to earn first team honors since 2006.
Jesse Bernhardt becomes Maryland's first two-time honoree, while Owen Blye and Landon Carr selected for first time.
Cornell 16, #6 Maryland 8
Jesse Bernhardt has nine groundballs and five caused turnovers for Maryland, but Cornell advances, 16-8.
Faceoff between Maryland and Cornell is scheduled for 1 p.m. at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium
An in-depth preview of the 2012 Maryland men's lacrosse team, featuring interviews with head coach John Tillman and team captains Jesse Bernhardt, Joe Cummings and Drew Snider.
Haus' Honor Roll
2012 USILA Honorable Mention All-American
2012 USILA Scholar All-American
2012 Preseason Third Team All-American
2011 USILA Honorable Mention All-American
2011 Preseason Honorable Mention All-American
2010 ACC All-Tournament Team
As a junior (2012): Two goals, including the game-winner, and two assists, tying his career high with four points, in 12-6 win over Hartford (2/18) ... also had one groundball and one caused turnover vs. the Hawks ... a goal and three assists in 16-11 win at Georgetown (2/24) ... one goal in 10-7 win over No. 8 Duke (3/3) ... two goals and an assist in 8-7 loss at UMBC (3/6) ... one goal in 17-4 win over Marist (3/10) ... one goal and one assist in 11-5 win over No. 10 Villanova (3/17) ... also had two groundballs and a caused turnover vs. the Wildcats ... one goal and one groundball in 12-8 loss to No. 2 Virginia ... one goal in 13-6 win over Navy (4/6) ... assisted Billy Gribbin's second quarter goal in 9-6 win at No. 3 Johns Hopkins (4/14) ... one goal, one assist, two groundballs and two caused turnovers in 6-5 loss to No. 5 Duke (4/20) in semifinals of ACC tournament ... two assists in 12-8 win at Mount St. Mary's (4/25) ... one assist, three groundballs and a caused turnover in 12-7 win over Bellarmine (4/28) ... set his career high with six points on two goals and four assists, which tied his career best, in 13-11 loss at No. 12 Colgate (5/5) ... two goals, two groundballs and a caused turnover in 11-5 win over No. 2 Johns Hopkins (5/19) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament ... a goal and an assist in 16-10 win over No. 3 Duke (5/26) in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament ... one groundball in 9-3 loss to No. 1 seed Loyola (5/28) in the finals of the NCAA tournament.
As a sophomore (2011): Career high four assists in 16-4 win over Detroit Mercy (2/19) ... also had two groundballs vs. the Titans ... a goal and two assists in 20-8 win over No. 14 Georgetown (2/26) ... second career hat trick in 9-8 overtime loss at No. 19 Duke (3/5) ... also had one groundball vs. the Blue Devils ... two groundballs and a caused turnover in 12-8 win over Bellarmine (3/7) ... a goal, an assist and a caused turnover in 8-4 win at Towson (3/12) ... made his first career start and had a goal, one groundball and two caused turnovers in 15-6 win over UMBC (3/18) ... one assist, one groundball and one caused turnover in 11-4 win over St. Joseph's (3/20) ... one assist in 11-6 loss to No. 8 North Carolina (3/26) ... career-best four goals on just four shots in 12-7 win at No. 4 Virginia (4/2) ... one groundball and one caused turnover in 12-11 overtime loss to No. 3 Johns Hopkins (4/16) ... one goal and one assist in 7-6 win over No. 10 North Carolina (4/22) in the ACC semifinals ... also had one groundball and one caused turnover vs. the Tar Heels ... one goal, one assist and two groundballs in 11-9 win at No. 7 Duke (4/24) in the ACC finals ... one goal and one groundball in 10-8 loss to No. 17 Colgate (5/7) ... one assist and four groundballs in 13-6 win at No. 8 seed North Carolina (5/15) in the first round of the NCAA tournament ... one goal, two assists and one groundball in 9-7 loss to No. 7 Virginia (5/30) in the NCAA championship game.
As a freshman (2010): Named co-winner of the Levitt Memorial Award for the team's best freshman, along with Jesse Bernhardt ... made his collegiate debut in 12-7 win at Bellarmine (2/20) ... scored his first career goal, which proved to be the game-winner, in 15-13 win at No. 13 Georgetown (2/27) ... also had one groundball vs. the Hoyas ... a goal and an assist in 11-10 overtime win vs. No. 9 Duke (3/6) ... first career multi-goal game with two scores in 12-8 win over Towson (3/13) ... scored a goal for the fourth-straight game in 10-7 win over Penn (3/15) ... three groundballs in 9-7 loss at No. 2 North Carolina (3/27) ... scored on his only shot of the game in 11-10 loss to No. 1 Virginia (4/3) ... scored his first career hat trick, which included the game-winning goal, in 13-5 win over No. 3 North Carolina (4/23) in the ACC semifinals ... one goal in 17-4 win over Fairfield (5/1) ... that goal was his 10th of the year, making him the first Maryland freshman midfielder to score 10 or more goals since Brian Zeller had 12 in 1997 ... assisted on Joe Cummings' man-up goal in 18-10 win vs. Colgate (5/8) ... also had one groundball vs. the Raiders ... one goal in 11-8 win over Hofstra (5/15) in the first round of the NCAA tournament ... ome goal in 7-5 loss to Notre Dame (5/22) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament.
Before Maryland: Two-time U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American ... ranked the No. 20 freshman midfielder in the nation according Inside Lacrosse ... ranked the 53rd overall recruit according to Inside Lacrosse ... selected to the South team at the US Lacrosse National Senior Showcase ... four-year letterwinner for Coach Bob Cappelletti at Chapel Hill High School ... led the Tigers to back-to-back Group 4A NCHSLA state championships as a sophomore and junior ...state runner-up as a senior ... led CHHS to four league titles ... three-time first team 4A All-State selection ... two-time All-PAC-6 honoree ... named 2008 PAC-6 Player of the Year ... a two-sport standout, was also the starting quarterback for the Tiger football team ... led CHHS to a league title as a senior.
Personal: Son of John and Lisa Haus ... father, John, is the head lacrosse coach at Lebanon Valley College ... older brother of Will, Luke and Grant ... enrolled in letters and sciences.