4 Paul Zimmerman
P. Zimmerman in 2013 (Jr.): Made his first collegiate appearance in Navy's opener vs. VMI where he surrendered one goal in 1:25.
2011 (Fr.), `12 (So.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player ... named to the 2012 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll after achieving a 3.50 GPA for the spring semester.
More on P. Zimmerman: A 2009 graduate of Homer High School, Zimmerman attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... was the co-recipient, along with Paul Zimmerman, of the first annual NAPS Lacrosse Captain Brandon "Bull" Barrett award for outstanding hard work, dedication to the team and inspiring leadership on and off the lacrosse field ... a three-sport standout, he earned letters in hockey (4), soccer (4) and lacrosse (2) ... garnered first-team all-league and All-Central New York honors in lacrosse his junior and senior years ... named an Academic All-American for the sport of lacrosse his senior year ... led Homer High to the 2008 league title in lacrosse with an 18-3 record ... served as team captain of the lacrosse and hockey teams his senior year ... a three-time first-team all-league hockey selection ... earned first-team all-league honors in hockey his junior and senior years ... during his freshman year of high school, traveled to the Ukraine for a mission trip ... member of the National Honor Society ... father graduated from Cornell where he was also a member of the lacrosse team ... brother, Aaron, is a sophomore midfielder on the Navy lacrosse team ... brother, Carl, is a senior at Harvard and plays attack on the Crimson lacrosse team ... son of James and Joelle Zimmerman ... majoring in History and is part of the Honors Program ... boasts a 3.55 grade-point average and has been named to the Commandant's List all six semesters and the Superintendent's List twice ... has also been named to the Dean's List in each of the last two semesters ... ranks among the top 20 percent of his class (1,098) in academic order of merit and the top 23 percent in overall order of merit.