J.R. Bordley
J.R. Bordley

Player Profile

Vienna, Va.

High School:
Landon (Md.)

Height / Weight:
5-6 / 160



2004 Update
• Ran with the first attack as a senior, had career-high 21 points on 14 goals and seven assists.
• Had just six goals and three assists in first three seasons.
• Leads team in shooting pct. with 14 goals on 24 shots (58.3).
• Had 13 points over last six games, including three points in three games in a row from 4/23-5/1.
• Finished career with a six-game goal scoring streak.
• Scored final two goals vs. Princeton (5/22) in NCAA Quarterfinals to give Terps leads of 7-6 and 8-6 in second half.
• Continued five-game goal-scoring streak vs. Army (5/15) in NCAA First Round with a second-quarter goal.
• Scored in fourth game in a row vs. Penn (5/8) on Senior Day.
• Had two goals for second game in row -- including game-tying goal with 19 seconds left in fourth, sending game to OT vs. Notre Dame (5/1), also added assist for three-point game.
• Named to ACC All-Tournament after a three goals and three assists for six points in two games.
• Scored two goals in first quarter in ACC Final vs. Virginia (4/25), also added an assist in third quarter.
• Tallied a goal a added two assists in ACC Semi vs. Duke (4/23).
• Scored first goal of game in 11-2 win over Virginia (4/3).
• Set up Hargest's first-career goal with assist vs. Butler (3/23).
• Returned from injury to score in first quarter at UMBC (3/20).
• Set career high with three points, including career-high tying two goals at Duke (3/6), goals came back-to-back in 4-0 run in 2nd.
• Scored final goal in 14-5 opening win at Georgetown (2/28), also added an assist on Xander Ritz' third goal for two-point day.

On Bordley: Senior attacker who will see extended playing time in his final collegiate season ... running with the first attack during training camp ... played mostly as a reserve as a junior after playing on the first attack for most of his sophomore season ... quickness is his best asset ... elusive with great ability to change direction ... continues to improve and will be a big factor this season ... played for his father at the Landon School, and is one of three Landon grads on the Terps' roster.

As a junior (2003): Saw action in nine games as a junior reserve attackman ... tallied only points of the year as he scored and assisted a goal vs. Butler (3/25) in Boca Raton, Fla., for his fourth career multi-point game ... also saw action in three of the final four games of the season including NCAA Tournament games vs. Ohio State (5/11) and Virginia (5/24).

As a sophomore (2002): Started first 10 games of the season on the first attack ... played in 12 of 13 games ... tallied five goals after not scoring as a freshman ... took 18 shots, 14 of which were on goal, resulting in the five goals ... scored first career goal vs. Hobart (2/23) in first collegiate start ... netted career-best two goals vs. Mount St. Mary's (2/26) on six shots ... scored fourth goal in the first four games of the season vs. Towson (3/9) ... also scored at North Carolina (3/23).

As a freshman (2001): Played in all 16 games as a reserve attackman ... began his career with a bang by recording his only two points of the season in his college debut against Air Force (2/24), assisting two second-half goals.

Before Maryland: Earned seven letters in lacrosse and football at the Landon School in Bethesda, Md. ... earned four varsity letters in lacrosse under his father Rob Bordley ... three-time all-league and all-county selection ... two-time All-Met choice ... as a senior earned All-American and all-state status, served as team captain and was named the Bears' most valuable player ... team went 18-1 in 2000 to earn the IAC championship ... Landon was ranked No. 1 in the country during the 1999 season ... member of the 1999 Bay State men's lacrosse team ... played football for three varsity seasons, seeing action as a wingback, flanker and kickoff returner.

Personal: John Robinson Bordley ... born July 8, 1981 in Fairfax, Va. ... son of Donna and Rob Bordley ... brother of Austin (19) and Claire (18) ... father played football and lacrosse at Princeton ... dad also captained the United States Rugby Team and earned All-World rugby honors ... served as senior class president at Landon ... majoring in history.

Year	GP/GS	G	A	Pts.	Shots	EMG	GWG	GB	Pen
2001	16/0	0	2	2	1	0	0	2	0/0:00
2002	12/10	5	0	5	18	0	0	12	0/0:00
2003	9/0	1	1	2	2	0	0	3	0/0:00
2004	15/15	14	7	21	24	0	0	13	2/2:00
Totals	52/25	20	10	30	45	0	0	30	2/2:00

Goals: 2 on five occasions (most recent vs. Princeton, 5/22/04)
Assists:  2 vs. Air Force (2/24/01)
Points: 3 on four occasions (most recent vs. Notre Dame, 5/1/04)
Multi-Goal Games: 5, Multi-Point Games: 10
Point/Goal Scoring Streak: 6 games (Apr. 23, 2004 - May 22, 2004)