On Borell: 2007 team captain ... one of the team's best all-around athletes with fantastic speed ... started the 2005 season on the second midfield before moving to defensive midfield later in the season ... has moved back to offensive midfield and is expected to win a spot with the first unit ... won the team's 2005 Hammer Award as the team's biggest hitter ... is not afraid to throw his body around ... has good hands and quickness ... proved to be a leader on and off the field.
As a junior (2006): Four groundballs in 8-7 overtime win at No. 1 Duke (3/4) ... caused one turnover in 9-6 win over No. 15 Towson (3/11) ... helped the Terp defense shutout the Tigers for the first 36:32 of the game ... caused one turnover in 9-4 victory at UMBC (3/18) ... two groundballs in 14-2 win over Dartmouth (3/21) ... helped the Terp defense hold the Big Green scoreless for 53:32 and without a shot for the first 23:04 of the game ... four groundballs in 9-6 win at North Carolina (3/25) ... three groundballs in 15-5 loss to No. 1 Virginia (4/1) ... two groundballs in 7-6 loss to No. 8 Navy (4/8) ... one groundball and a caused turnover in 18-2 win over Sacred Heart (4/18) ... career best five turnovers in 10-9 win over North Carolina (4/28) in the ACC Semifinals ... one groundball in 12-4 win over No. 10 Penn (5/6) ... scored his first goal of the season in 16-8 win over No. 12 Denver (5/13) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... also picked up four groundballs and caused two turnovers vs. the Pioneers ... tremendous all-around game in 11-6 win over No. 9 Princeton (5/21) in the NCAA Quarterfinals ... tallied his first assist of the season on Joe Walters' first quarter goal ... tied his career high with five groundballs and caused one Tiger turnover ... three groundballs in 8-5 loss to No. 10 UMass (5/27) in NCAA Semifinals.
As a sophomore (2005): Scored a goal and picked up a groundball in Terps debut in 13-6 season-opening win over No. 5 Georgetown (2/26) ... picked up two groundballs and put three shots on goal in 9-5 win at No. 9 Towson (3/12) ... scored a goal and picked uo one groundball in 14-10 win at No. 18 Bucknell (3/15) ... picked up three groundballs and caused one turnover in 16-10 win over UMBC (3/19) ... set a career high with two points on a goal and an assist in 7-6 loss to Dartmouth (3/22) ... three groundballs in 9-4 win over No. 19 North Carolina (3/26) ... two groundballs and one caused turnover in 9-8 loss at Navy (4/8) ... three groundballs in 11-6 loss to No. 1 Johns Hopkins (4/15) ... one groundball in 9-6 win at No. 15 Fairfield (4/23) ... three groundballs while playing at defensive midfield in 8-7 overtime victory over No. 3 Virginia in the ACC Semifinals (4/29) ... scored his first goal in seven games in 9-5 win over No. 2 Duke (5/1) to win the ACC championship ... also tied his career high with three groundballs vs. the Blue Devils ... two groundballs in 21-6 drubbing of Penn (5/7) at Lincoln Financial Field ... two groundballs in 14-10 win over No. 11 Penn State (5/14) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Before Maryland: Transfer from the Air Force Academy ... served as a team manager while sitting out the 2004 season ... scored five goals during the 2003 season for the Falcons ... competed in football at the Air Force Academy Prep School, serving as game captain three times ... three-sport star at Lake Braddock, competing in football, lacrosse and track ... first team all-district and all-Northern Virginia in lacrosse ... scored 31 goals to go along with eight assists as a senior ... scored 12 goals during his junior season ... played for the Virginia team in the Virginia vs. Maryland/D.C. All-Star game ... team MVP as a senior ... first team all-district and all-Northern Virginia on the gridiron ... led his team to a 12-1 record and the Patriot District championship ... was a member of several championship Patriot District relay teams in track ... helped the 4x400 relay team win the state title ... also won an individual district title in the 55-meter high hurdles.
Personal: Son of James and Jody Borell ... brother of Jamey ... transferred to Maryland because of its lacrosse history and it being closer to home ... also recruited out of high school by Johns Hopkins and Towson ... majoring in kinesiology.
Jimmy Borell's Career Statistics