The Midshipmen won a school-record 15 games en route to their National Championship appearance in 2004.
2004: One of the most underrated players on the Navy roster, if not the country ... teamed up with Dan Harris to form one of the most talked about defensive midfields in the country ... played in all 18 contests ... along with close defenseman Mitch Hendler, received the Coach Willis P. Bilderback Award, given the the Mids' most outstanding defensive player, at the annual Navy lacrosse banquet ... scored three goals and added a trio of assists during the season ... scored the game-winning goal in Navy's 9-8 overtime win at North Carolina which turned the season around ... also scored goals against Holy Cross and Syracuse in the National Championship ... produced assists against the Tar Heels, Hobart and Maryland ... swept up 25 ground balls, including a season-high and career-high tying three against Hobart in the regular season and at Cornell in the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals ... named the Patriot League Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete of the Year after recording a 4.00 grade-point average for the fourth-consecutive semester ... one of five Navy players to be named to the Patriot League Lacrosse Honor Roll ... named the WMAR-TV Scholar-Athlete of the game during its broadcast of the Navy-Maryland contest.
2003: Garnered ECAC All-Academic Team recognition at the conclusion of the season ... played in all 13 games and will anchor the defensive midfield alongside senior Brendan Looney ... produced his first-career goal in Navy's 12-11 victory over arch rival Army ... scored with 22 seconds remaining in the first period to give Navy a 4-3 lead ... recorded 14 ground balls, including a career-high three against the Black Knights.
2002: Played sparingly in the early stages of the season, but came on to play in the last eight contests ... became a solid defensive middie by the middle of the season ... grabbed five ground balls, including a pair against Lehigh.
Personal: Three-year letterwinner in football and lacrosse at Loyola High School ... led Loyola to the 2001 MIAA "A" Conference Championship ... team captain his senior season in football and lacrosse ... earn All-MIAA "A" Conference honors as a safety and wide receiver his senior year ... named a Central Maryland Regional Scholar-Athlete Award as a senior ... owned the highest grade-point average in his graduating class ... son of Robert and LaRue Lennon.