For a second-straight year, Tucker Hull and Sam Jones were named Navy's outstanding offensive players.
Navy's defense held Johns Hopkins to its fewest goals in a game since April 2, 1966, when Princeton dealt it a 7-1 loss.
Navy claimed a 9-8 overtime win over the Blue Jays the last time the two programs met in Annapolis.
The winner of Saturday's Star Game will also punch its ticket to play in the 2012 Patriot League Tournament April 27-29.
Six different players scored in the Mids' 13-6 loss to No. 12 Maryland.
2012 Navy Lacrosse - Banquet
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2012 Navy Men's Lacrosse - Bucknell
Reynolds in 2011 (Jr.): A starter in every game at attack for the Mids, he scored 10 goals during the season with seven of the 10 unassisted ... member of the Mids' extra-man squad that scored goals on 19 of its 55 attempts (.345) and was ranked 22nd nationally ... joined the man-up unit beginning with the Lehigh contest ... did not play extra-man against Georgetown or Maryland ... scored Navy's third-consecutive goal and second of the quarter in the Mids' season finale against Johns Hopkins ... scored a goal with two seconds remaining against Colgate to get the Mids to within one ... it marked his first-collegiate goal in a Patriot League contest ... grabbed a career-high four ground balls in the game and caused a turnover ... contributed an assist and caused a turnover in the Mids' conference win over Holy Cross ... it's just his second-career assist ... aided in Navy's come-from-behind win over Towson with two goals ... after being held without a point in back-to-back games, against Lafayette he was responsible for feeding Tucker Hull for Navy's first man-down goal since 2008 when Joe Lennon punched one in against arch rival Army ... it was Reynolds' first-collegiate assist ... also caused a turnover and picked up a ground ball against the Leopards ... held without a point for the first time this year in Navy's Patriot League opener against Lehigh ... also held scoreless in the Mids' double-overtime loss at Bucknell ... punched in a pair of goals at North Carolina on two shots ... also picked up his first ground ball of the season ... netted a goal against Loyola, his fourth of the season ... not only scored his first-collegiate goal in his first-career start, he produced a hat trick in Navy's opener against VMI ... played on an invert line his freshman year and spent the majority of his minutes as a sophomore on Navy's riding team ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll after achieving a 3.20 GPA for the spring semester.
2010 (So.): Competed in seven games, playing some at attack but mostly as a rider because of his quickness ... grabbed his lone ground ball of the year against North Carolina.
2009 (Fr.): Member of Navy's third midfield line (invert) who was used sporadically ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids' season-opener against VMI ... grabbed a career-best two ground balls against the Keydets.
More on Reynolds: A 2007 graduate of Babylon High School, Reynolds attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... a three-sport athlete who lettered in lacrosse (4), soccer (2) and track & field (2) ... led the lacrosse team to the 2004 Suffolk County title, while in 2006 the soccer team collected the county crown ... received all conference kudos in soccer as a junior and senior, while picking up all-county honors in track & field in 2006 and `07 ... member of the National Honor Society ... served as class president three times ... brother, Whitney, played lacrosse at Quinnipiac (`06) ... father played basketball at Marist ... son of Thomas and Kathy Reynolds ... majoring in Oceanography.