|High School:||Lake Brantley|
BERNHARDT'S HONOR ROLL
• 2017 Honorable Mention All-America (USILA)
• 2017 Big Ten Freshman of the Week (4/3)
• 2017 Maryland Athletics Rookie of the Year
• 2017 U-19 World Championships MVP
As a freshman (2016): Started all 19 games at midfield for 2017 National Champions ... totaled 28 points on 20 goals and eight assists ... his 20 goals were tied for 11th most for a freshman in program history ... ranked second on the team with four man-up goals ... opened career with a point in eight straight games - longest streak since Joe Walters in 2003 ... second on team with four man-up goals ... made collegiate debut at #11 Navy (2/11), tallying a goal and an assist - his first career goal came with 0.1 remaining in the first half ... notched a career-high four points (3g/1a) at St. Joseph's (2/14) ... had a goal vs. High Point (2/18) ... had two goals vs. #8 Yale (2/25) ... had an assist and two ground balls at #4 Notre Dame (3/4) ... had a goal and an assist vs. Villanova (3/18) ... had two goals and an assist at #14 North Carolina (3/25) ... had three goals and an assist vs. #19 Michigan (4/1) to earn Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors ... scored a goal at #5 Albany (4/12) ... had a goal and an assist at #11 Rutgers (4/16) ... scored a goal at #7 Ohio State (4/22) ... scored a goal in the Big Ten semis vs. #8 Penn State (5/4) ... had a goal and three ground balls in Big Ten finals vs. #7 Ohio State (5/6) ... scored a goal in NCAA first round vs. Bryant (5/14) ... scored a goal in NCAA quarterfinal vs. #4 Albany (5/21) ... had an assist in NCAA finals win vs. #3 Ohio State (5/29).
International: Named the U-19 World Championships Most Valuable Player after leading Team USA to the Championship in the summer of 2016 … also named to the All-World team … finished tournament with 10 goals and five assists … scored the game-tying goal with 2:34 remaining in the championship game.
Before Maryland: The 3rd overall recruit (2nd among midfielders) in the Class of 2016 by Inside Lacrosse … had a storied career at Lake Brantley … totaled 434 career points on 236 goals and 198 assists … named an Under Armour All-American and USA Today All-USA First Team as a senior, totaling 56 goals and 59 assists … also named a US Lacrosse All-American … 2016 All-Area Player of the Year by Orlando Sentinel … totaled 114 points while scoring on 60 percent of shots as a junior … three-time All-Central Florida selection … also starred as a triple-option quarterback for Lake Brantley in football, accumulating more than 4,000 all-purpose yards and accounting for more than 30 touchdowns in his junior and senior seasons … named All-Central Florida as a senior by Orlando Sentinel.
Personal: Son of Jim and Catherine… father played football and lacrosse at Hofstra, and is currently the Houston Texans' director of football research … brothers Jake (2009-13) and Jesse (2010-13) both played lacrosse at Maryland and play professionally in Major League Lacrosse … Jesse was a two-time USILA All-American and the 2012 ACC Defender of the Year … strongly considered playing football at Navy, before deciding to play lacrosse at Maryland.
|Bernhardt's Career Statistics|
Bernhardt's Career Highs (Thru 2017 season)
Goals: 3 (2x), last vs. #19 Michigan (4/1/17)
Assists: 1 (8x), last at #3 Ohio State (5/29/17)
Points: 4 (2x), last vs. #19 Michigan (4/1/17)
Groundballs: 3 (3x), last at #7 Ohio State (5/6/17)
Hat Tricks: 2, last vs. #19 Michigan (4/1/17)
Multi-Point Games: 7, last at #11 Rutgers (4/16/17)
Multi-Goal Games: 4, last vs. #19 Michigan (4/1/17)
Muti-Assist Games: 0