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Horn in 2004:
Played through a shoulder injury for the better part of the season ... underwent off-season surgery and missed the entire fall season ... missed just one game during the year because of the injury -- the ever-important Army game ... the Mids' seventh-leading scorer with 22 points, produced 15 goals and seven assists ... turned in career-high three-goal efforts against Colgate and Lehigh ... hurt his shoulder in the Colgate game diving after a ball going out of bounds ... recorded a pair of goals in Navy's 9-8 victory over Hobart in the league tournament championship ... scored a pair of goals against Syracuse in the National Championship, including a man-up goal ... aided a pair of goals against Lehigh and Holy Cross ... scored a career-high five points against Lehigh with three goals and two assists ... scooped up 16 ground balls, including a pair in four different games.

2003:
Played in 11 of the 13 games, including Navy's season opener against Marist ... produced a goal and an assist during the year ... aided Greg Conklin's goal in the third period at Massachusetts ... scored his first-collegiate goal on an extra-man opportunity against Stony Brook ... along with teammate Clipper Lennon, named to the ECAC All-Academic Team.

2002:
Earned valuable playing experience as a member of Navy's junior varsity team.

Personal:
A 2001 graduate of St. Ignatius High School in San Francisco, Calif. ... lettered in lacrosse (4) and soccer (1) ... a member of three state championship lacrosse teams -- 1999 (18-1), 2000 (16-0), 2001 (15-3) ... garnered all-league lacrosse honors as a junior and senior ... served as lacrosse team captain his senior campaign ... brother, Adam, is a Class of `00 grad of the Naval Academy ... son of Larry and Mary Horn.

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