On Hochstadt: A tough, strong hard worker has seen time at both midfield and attack during his career but will be a midfielder this season a diligent worker who knows his role on the team expected to be more productive as a senior can be an asset as a right-handed outside shooter on man-up.
As a junior (2001): Played in all 16 games as part of Maryland's extra-man unit scored four goals, three of which came in man-up situations, added an assist took 32 shots scored his first goal of the year against Duke (3/4) tallied key man-up goal at Towson (3/10) scored extra-man goals in back-to-back games at Navy (4/7) and vs. Johns Hopkins (4/14) notched only assist of the season in regular-season finale vs. UMBC (5/5).
As a sophomore (2000): Played in 14 of 16 games recorded six goals and three assists for nine points six goals came in six different games while assists all came in one game scored a pair of extra-man goals and scooped up five groundballs started season strong with career-high three-assist performance against Mount St. Marys (2/27) three-point game also stands as a career high tallied first goal against Duke (3/4) on the extra-man to bring Maryland within one, 8-7, in the third quarter scored in back-to-back games against Towson (3/11) and Delaware (3/15) scored in consecutive games again against North Carolina (3/25) an extra-man goal and Virginia (3/31) scored sixth goal in regular-season finale at UMBC (5/6).
As a freshman (1999): Saw action in seven games as a reserve attackman made collegiate debut against Penn State (3/17) scored first collegiate goal against Dartmouth (3/23) older brother Scott scored three goals in same win over Dartmouth.
Before Maryland: Two-sport performer at Boys Latin High School in Baltimore earned three letters in lacrosse under coach Bob Shriver captained football and lacrosse teams as a senior honored by being named a Maryland Senior All-Star following season led Lakers to a national championship in lacrosse as a junior with a perfect 17-0 campaign lettered in football three times.
Personal: Craig Peter Hochstadt born July 5, 1980 in Columbia, Md. ... son of Lynne and Ira Hochstadt brother of former Maryland All-American (1998) and professional lacrosse player Scott (25) father Ira played four years of lacrosse at Maryland and was named a third team All-American in 1971 Hochstadt family was subject of feature on WMAR-TV in April 1999 member of the honor roll for three years at Boys' Latin majoring in communications.
Goals: 1 on 11 occasions Assists: 3 vs. Mount St. Marys (2/27/00) Points: 3 vs. Mount St. Marys (2/27/00)Career Stats
Year GP/GS Goals Asst. Pts. Shots EMG GB Pen. PIM 1999 7/0 1 0 1 9 0 2 0 0:00 2000 14/0 6 3 9 16 2 5 0 0:00 2001 16/0 4 1 5 32 3 5 1 1:00 2002 13/0 6 2 8 20 0 2 0 0:00 Totals 50/0 17 6 23 77 5 14 1 1:00