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.
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
Faceoff between Maryland and Colgate is scheduled for noon 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.
Maryland v Stony Brook
As a junior (2012): Career-high four groundballs in 12-6 win over Hartford (2/18) ... scored a goal and also had a career-best six groundballs in 16-11 win at Georgetown (2/24) ... two groundballs and a caused turnover in 10-7 win over No. 8 Duke (3/3) ... two groundballs in 8-7 loss at UMBC (3/6) ... one groundball in 11-5 win over No. 10 Villanova (3/17) ... a goal and an assist, along with three groundballs and a caused turnover, in 11-10 loss at No. 14 North Carolina ... a goal and an assist in 12-8 loss to No. 2 Virginia ... one goal and one groundball in 13-6 win over Navy (4/6) ... one goal, converting off a quick restart after a Blue Jay turnover, in 9-6 win at No. 3 Johns Hopkins (4/14) ... two groundballs in 12-8 win at Mount St. Mary's (4/25) ... one groundball in 12-7 win over Bellarmine (4/28) ... one groundball in 13-11 loss at No. 12 Colgate (5/5) ... two groundballs and a caused turnover in 10-9 win at No. 7 seed Lehigh (5/13) in first round of NCAA tournament ... scored the second goal of Maryland's 6-0 run in the second and third quarters in 11-5 win over No. 2 Johns Hopkins (5/19) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament ... two groundballs in 16-10 win over No. 3 Duke (5/26) in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament ... two groundballs in 9-3 loss to No. 1 seed Loyola (5/28) in the finals of the NCAA tournament.
As a sophomore (2011): Scored his first collegiate goal in 16-4 win over Detroit Mercy (2/19) ... also had career highs with three groundballs and three caused turnovers vs. the Titans ... helped hold the Titans scoreless for 32:23 during the game ... one goal and one caused turnover in 20-8 win over No. 14 Georgetown (2/26) ... helped hold the Hoyas scoreless for 20:12 during the game ... two goals for his first career multi-point and multi-goal game in 9-8 overtime loss at No. 19 Duke (3/5) ... also had one groundball and one caused turnover vs. the Blue Devils ... earned his first career assist in 8-4 win at Towson (3/12) ... also had one groundball and a caused turnover vs. the Tigers ... one groundball in 15-6 win over UMBC (3/18) ... two groundballs and a caused turnover in 11-4 win over St. Joseph's (3/20) ... one goal and one caused turnover in 11-6 loss to No. 8 North Carolina (3/26) ... one groundball in 12-7 win at No. 4 Virginia (4/2) ... one groundball in 10-4 win at Navy (4/8) ... one goal (with the shot ripping through the net), two groundballs and one caused turnover in 12-11 overtime loss to No. 3 Johns Hopkins (4/16) ... scored the first goal of a 4-0 run in the third quarter in 10-8 loss to No. 17 Colgate (5/7) ... also had one groundball vs. the Raiders ... tied his career high with three groundballs in 13-6 win at No. 8 seed North Carolina (5/15) in the first round of the NCAA tournament ...two groundballs in 6-5 overtime win over No. 1 Syracuse (5/22) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament ... one groundball in 9-4 win over No. 5 Duke (5/28) in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament ... two groundballs and one caused turnover in 9-7 loss to No. 7 Virginia (5/30) in the NCAA championship game.
As a freshman (2010): Winner of the "Be The Best" Award for overall strength and conditioning ... made his collegiate debut in 12-7 win at Bellarmine (2/20) ... saw late time in 13-7 win at UMBC (3/20) ... one caused turnover as part of the third midfield line in 11-10 loss to No. 1 Virginia (4/3) ... saw significan time as a short-stick defensive midfielder with one groundball and a caused turnover in 17-4 win over Fairfield (5/1) ... helped hold the Stags scoreless for stretches of 23:03 and 25:07 during the victory ... one groundball and a caused turnover in 18-10 win vs. Colgate (5/8).
Before Maryland: 2009 U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American ... 2009 Under Armour High School All-American ... scored four goals in the UA All-American game ... ranked the No. 10 freshman midfielder in the nation according Inside Lacrosse ... ranked the 23rd overall recruit according to Inside Lacrosse ... widely considered to be the top west-coast prospect ... scored 37 goals with 28 assists, and 73 groundballs for Coach Kevin Leary as a senior ... MVP of the Space Needle Tournament ... three-time team offensive MVP ... four-time Adrenaline All-Star ... two-time first team All-State ... second team All-State as a sophomore ... holds the school record for most points, goals, assists, and groundballs ... totaled 30 goals and 11 assists in just 10 games for the Vikings as a junior ... a two-sport star, was also a starting tight end and linebacker on the Curtis football team ... helped lead the Vikings to a league title and a berth in the 2008 playoffs ... all-league at both positions ... team captain ... given the Don Edling Award as the school's best two-sport athlete.
Personal: Son of Colin and Lori Carr ... younger brother of Lindsay ... older brother of Colby ... majoring in kinesiology.
|Carr's Career Highs|
|Goals: 2 at Duke (3/5/11)|
|Assists: 1 at Towson (3/12/11)|
|Points: 2 at Duke (3/5/11)|
|Groundballs: 3 vs. Detroit Mercy (2/19/11)|
|Caused Turnovers: 3 vs. Detroit Mercy (2/19/11)|