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18   Jack Reid
Jack Reid

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Glastonbury, Conn.

High School:
Glastonbury

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 220

Position:
D


08/28/2014

Minutemen In Major League Lacrosse 2014 Season Recap

Former UMass men's lacrosse standouts represented their alma mater through out the summer

Photo Gallery: Jack Reid

2006 - Senior: USILA First Team All-America ... Tewaaraton Award nominee ... Schmeisser Award (top defenseman) candidate ... ECAC Defensive Player of the Year ... NEILA All-New England First Team ... First Team All-ECAC ... ECAC Defensive Player of the Week (5/1) ... NCAA All-Tournament Team ... NEILA Senior Scholar-Athlete ... Team Captain ... USILA Preseason All-America ... Preseason All-ECAC First Team ... Preseason ECAC Defensive Player of the Year ... Second on team in groundballs with 72, led in caused turnovers with 35, starting all 18 games ... Had six groundballs and three caused turnovers at Penn State (4/1) ... Scooped four groundballs and forced two turnovers at St. John's (4/8) ... Spearheaded the defensive effort against No. 7 Georgetown with five caused turnovers and four groundballs ... Added seven groundballs and four caused turnovers versus Fairfield (4/25) ... Caused three turnovers and nabbed as many groundballs against Syracuse (4/29) ... Helped limit Rutgers to just five goals during Senior Day on May 6 ... Picked up five groundballs in the win at Cornell during the NCAA Tournament First Round (5/13) ... Scooped up six groundballs versus Hofstra during the NCAA Elite Eight (5/20) ... Had three groundballs and a pair of caused turnovers as the UMass defense kept Maryland's top four scorers off the board in the NCAA Final Four victory (5/27) ... Finished the season with four groundballs in the NCAA Championship Game vs. No. 1 Virginia (5/29).

2005 - Junior: USILA Second Team All-America ... Tewaaraton Award nominee ... All-ECAC First Team ... NEILA All-Region selection ... ECAC Defensive Player of the Week (3/21) ... UMass Athlete of the Week (3/21) ... Faceoff Magazine Preseason All-America ... Preseason All-ECAC Team ... Started all 16 games for the Minutemen... Invited to Team USA tryouts along with teammate Sean Morris ... Led UMass defense, which only allowed 8.81 GAA... Tops on the team in groundballs (57) and caused turnovers (36) ... Picked up three groundballs and caused two turnovers in the home-opening win against Yale (3/5) ... Corralled up a season-best five groundballs while forcing four turnovers at Albany (3/15) ... Collected five groundballs, caused three turnovers and posted his first career point in the win over Brown (3/19) ... Secured a season-best six groundballs at Sacred Heart (3/22) ... Caused four turnovers and picked up six groundballs at Loyola (3/26) ... Snagged six groundballs and caused three turnovers in the win over Penn State (4/2) ... Had three GBs and three caused turnovers vs. St. John's (4/9) ... Tallied four caused turnovers and six groundballs and held Hobart's leading scorer Nate Hill without a point (4/16) ... Caused a turnover and picked up two groundballs in the win over Georgetown (4/23) ... Picked up three groundballs, caused four turnovers and led a defense that held Harvard (4/26) without a goal for 36:25 ... Caused a turnover and picked up two GBs vs. Syracuse (4/30) ... Snagged four groundballs at Rutgers (5/7) ... Picked up two groundballs and caused a turnover in the NCAA first round win over Syracuse (5/15) ... Forced three turnovers and had two GBs at Hopkins (5/21).

2004 - Sophomore: USILA Honorable Mention All-America ... NEILA First Team All-Region ... USILA Preseason All-America ... Made 13 appearances, 12 of which were starts ... Led the team in groundballs with 53 ... Recorded at least one groundball in every game and at least four in eight contests ... Grabbed a career-high eight groundballs vs. Yale (4/17) ... Scooped up eight groundballs at Penn State (4/3) ... Picked up six groundballs vs. Brown (3/20) ... Recorded four groundballs in a win at Stony Brook ... Snagged seven groundballs against Hartford (3/2).

2003 - Freshman: NEILA All-Region Second Team ... All-ECAC Second Team ... Inside Lacrosse Freshman All-America Team ... Was part of a defense that ranked in the top 20 in scoring defense ... Scooped up a season-best five groundballs in the season-opening win over Sacred Heart (2/22) ... Picked up four groundballs in the key April 19 win over No. 3 Georgetown (4/19) ... Scooped up three groundballs against Harvard (4/16) and Rutgers (5/3) ... Was given the task of guarding the 2002 Tewaaraton Award winner, Syracuse's Michael Powell, and held him to one goal ... Also picked up two groundballs in contests against Stony Brook (3/1), Albany (3/18), Penn State (3/29), UMBC (4/5), Yale (4/12), Syracuse (4/26) and Maryland (5/17) ... Picked up at least two groundballs in nine consecutive games.

Before UMass: Played for four years under coach Peter Pfeiffer at Glastonbury High School ... Led team to a 21-1 record and the Connecticut state championship in 2002 ... Won the Connecticut Super Juniors title in 2001 ... Was named first team all-conference, all-state and all-America during his senior year ... Won the Hartwell Award as the team's MVP and was one of Glastonbury's captain during his final season ... Also played football for four years.

Personal: John H. Reid ... Son of John and Macy Reid... Born March 6, 1984 ... Father, John, played lacrosse at Yale, while his grandfather played football at Yale.

Career Statistics
Year	GP/GS	G	A	Pts.	Shots	EMG	GB	CT	Pen
2003	16/13	0	0	0	2	0	33	-	7/5:00
2004	13/12	0	0 	0	0	0	53	-	12/10:00
2005	16/16	0	1	1	0	0	57	36	8/6:00
2006	18/18	0	0	0	6	0	72	35	14/12:30
Totals	63/59	0	1	1	6	0	215 	71	41/33:30

Career Highs
Assists: 1, vs. Brown (March 19, 2005)
Points: 1, vs. Brown (March 19, 2005)
Groundballs: 8, twice, last vs. Yale (April 17, 2004)

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