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22   Joe Lennon
Joe Lennon

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Westminster, Md.

High School:
Loyola

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 202

Position:
M


Lennon at Navy: Will carry on the Lennon tradition by wearing jersey No. 22 in his senior year ... his oldest brother, Clipper, wore No. 22 for four years (2002-05) as a defensive midfielder for the Midshipmen ... brother, Bobby, wore No. 22 from 2006-09, also playing defensive midfield for Navy.

2009 (Jr.): After seeing action in just one game as a freshman, has started all 32 games over the last two years ... scored more goals (+3) and turned in more assists (+3) than his sophomore season, ending the year with 14 goals and nine assists for 23 points ... a Second-Team All-Patriot League selection, he closed out the year ranked 172nd nationally in assists per game (0.56) ... scored a goal in six of the last eight games ... punched in Navy's first goal against Duke in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament ... named to the Patriot League All-Tournament Team after producing four goals and three assists ... recorded a pair of assists in the PL Championship Game against Bucknell, both coming on two of the last three goals (the final goal was scored as a team goal after an errant Bucknell pass) ... was exceptional in the Mids' win over Colgate in the Patriot League Semis ... exploded for a career-high four goals, scoring the final three of the game, including the game-winner with 2:46 remaining in the third OT ... with four goals, he became the sixth Navy player this season to produce a hat trick ... the game-winner against Colgate marked his second clutch goal of the year, also scoring the game-winner against Army ... though he got off four shots against Johns Hopkins , his four-game point and goal-scoring streak was snapped by the Blue Jays ... turned in the game-winning goal, as well as an assist in the Mids' 8-4 win over Army ... it was his first game-winner of the season and second of his career ... scored what may have been the back-breaker against the Terps in Navy's 10-4 win ... turned his defender and launched a sidewinder with just five seconds remaining in the first half, giving the Mids the lead for good ... scored the last of three straight goals for the Mids in the second quarter of their contest at Georgetown (3-28) ... for the fourth time in his career, produced multiple goals in a game behind his two-goal effort against Colgate ... dished out a pair of assists, while also scoring a goal in Navy's win over Mount St. Mary's ... scored a career-high tying pair of goals in the Mids' Patriot League loss to Bucknell, including the game-tying goal with 1:30 left ... dealt out a career-high three assists in the Mids' win over VMI in the season opener ... all three assists came via extra-man opportunities ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2008 (So.): After seeing action in just one game during his rookie season, Lennon was inserted into the starting lineup helping to comprise one of the youngest midfield units in the country ... Navy's fifth-leading scorer with 17 points on 11 goals and six assists ... playing on one of the most balanced teams in the country, 21 different players scored goals, while another five posted assists, bringing the total to 26 different players having a role in the Mids' scoring ... Navy was one of just four schools to have 26 or more players produce a point ... scored goals in nine of the 16 games, including the Mids' season opener against VMI whom he scored his first collegiate goal ... turned in his first multi-goal and multi-point performance in Navy's win over Patriot League foe Lafayette ... punched in a pair of goals, as well as two assists against the Leopards ... scored a pair of goals and added an assist in Navy's win over Holy Cross ... turned in a pair of assists in the Mids' one-goal loss to Georgetown ... one of seven different players on the roster to produce a game-winning goal ... his extra-man strike against Mount St. Mary's marked his first career game-winner ... turned in a man-down goal in Navy's game against Army ... leant a goal in Navy's 5-4 road win against Maryland ... assisted on a Tim Paul-goal in the Mids' NCAA Tournament win over North Carolina ... scored eight of his 17 points in true road games and 12 of his 17 points away from Annapolis ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2007 (Fr.): Saw limited action in just one varsity contest, the Mids' regular-season contest against North Carolina.

More on Lennon: A 2006 graduate of Loyola Blakefield High School, Lennon earned three letters in lacrosse and two as the quarterback of the football team ... earned honorable mention all-county recognition in lacrosse his senior year ... named all-county, all-conference and Second-Team All-Metro in football his senior campaign ... 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, Bobby, was a four-year letterwinner for the Navy lacrosse team and a defensive midfielder who graduated last May ... full name is Joseph Patrick Lennon ... born May 2, 1989, in Westminster, Md. ... son of Robert and Larue Lennon ... majoring in Economics, he is a member of the Honors Program ... named to the Commandant's List five times, while making an appearance on the Superintendent's List twice ... has twice been named to the Dean's List ... stands 110th in academic order of merit among the 1,064 members of the Class of `10 ... overall, he stands 154th ... owns a 3.73 grade-point average ... his service assignment is Navy Pilot.

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