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Lennon in 2008 (Jr.): Saw action in all 16 contests, including appearances in six Patriot League games ... helped Navy secure a No. 3 national ranking in fewest goals allowed per game (scoring defense), surrendering 104 goals in 16 games (6.50) ... going into the NCAA quarterfinals, the Mids had been ranked No. 1 for seven consecutive weeks ... the Mids held 10 of their 16 opponents to seven or fewer goals, winning 22 in a row when achieving this feat ... it has given up double-figure goals just nine times in the last 46 games (2006-present) and 11 times in the last 62 games (2005-present) ... Navy held seven of its foes scoreless in the opening stanza ... Maryland, who owned the nation's seventh-ranked scoring offense, was unable to score against the Mids' defense for the first 41 minutes of the game ... held Lehigh and Holy Cross to a combined 36 shots (back-to-back games) ... held the Mountain Hawks without a shot in the first quarter, while the Crusaders managed just two shots in the opening half ... scored his first collegiate goal in the Mids' 10-2 win over VMI in the season opener ... caused a pair of turnovers in Navy's road win over Maryland ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2007 (So.): Emerged as one of Navy's top short stick defensive midfielders ... played in all 15 games where he scooped up 15 ground balls ... member of Navy's nationally-ranked (3rd) defensive unit that surrendered 6.60 goals per game ... held Patriot League foes to a league-low 5.50 goals per game ... Navy's defense surrendered double-digit goals in four contests, including just once to a Patriot League team ... picked up a career-high three grounders in Navy's NCAA Tournament loss to North Carolina ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2006 (Fr.): Saw action in a pair of games during his rookie campaign, both against Patriot League foes -- Lafayette, Holy Cross ... has shuffled back and forth between a short stick and long stick defensive midfielder.

More on Lennon: A 2005 graduate of Loyola Blakefield High School in Towson, Md., where he was a three-sport athlete ... earned letters in football (2), indoor track (2) and lacrosse (2) ... served as the lacrosse captain his senior season ... earned 2004 Honorable Mention All-State (Md.) honors as a wide receiver ... also garnered all-conference football recognition as a senior ... led Loyola Blakefield to the 2003 league title ... member of the Student Government at Loyola Blakefield ... member of the National Honor Society ... high school teammate Tommy Phelan and Tim Paul are current members of the Navy lacrosse team ... brother, Clipper (Class of `05), was a four-year letterwinner for the Navy lacrosse team and one of the finest defensive midfielders in the country ... brother, Billy, graduated from the Naval Academy in 2008 ... brother, Joe, is a junior midfielder for Richie Meade's Navy lacrosse team ... high school teammate of and graduated alongside Navy senior goalkeeper Tommy Phelan and junior All-Patriot League attackman Tim Paul ... full name is Robert Langdon Lennon ... born April 25, 1987, in Westminster, Md. ... son of Robert and Larue Lennon ... majoring in History ... has achieved a 3.53 grade-point average and has appeared on the Dean's List twice ... has been named to the Superintendent's List three times, while making appearances on the Commandant's List in each of the last five semesters ... stands 165th among 1,073 students in the Class of `09 in overall order of merit ... ranked in the top 20 percent in academic and military order of merit ... has service selected Navy pilot.

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