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32 - Jason Gonos
Jason Gonos
Height: 6-1
Weight: 210
Year: Senior
Hometown: Annapolis, Md.
High School: St. Mary's
Position: Defenseman
Major: Economics
House Affiliation: Adams

Career Highs
Goals: 1, vs. Holy Cross (2/26/13)
Assists: 0
Points: 1, vs. Holy Cross (2/26/13)
Ground balls: 7, vs. Bryant (3/20/13)

2013 (Senior):
Team captain ... All-Ivy League honorable mention and NEILA All-New England first team ... Also named Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-America honorable mention ... Also named a candidate for the Senior CLASS Award ... Recorded two ground ball pickups against UMass (Feb. 23). … Scored first career goal and picked up two ground balls in a win over Holy Cross (Feb. 26) ... Caused one turnover versus Hofstra (March 2) ... Tallied two ground balls and one caused turnover in a victory over Georgetown (March 9) ... Picked up three ground balls against Brown (March 16) ... Recorded a career-high seven ground balls and a caused turnover in a win over Bryant (March 20) … Credited with two ground balls in a victory against Dartmouth (March 23) ... Matched his career-high with three caused turnovers to go with two ground balls in a game against Albany (March 26) ... Tallied four ground balls and a caused turnover in a matchup with Duke (March 30) ... Picked up one ground ball in a contest against Cornell (April 6) ... Picked up one ground ball and caused one turnover in a win versus Quinnipiac (April 9) ... Credited with one ground ball and one caused turnover in a win against Penn (April 13) ... Caused two turnovers against Yale (April 27).

2012 (Junior):
Played in all 14 games, starting 13 ... Ranked tied for second on the Crimson with 33 ground balls and was second with 14 caused turnovers ... Collected five ground balls and caused two turnovers against Vermont (Feb. 25) ... Picked up two ground balls at Holy Cross (Feb. 28) ... Caused a turnover and had three ground balls against Hofstra (March 3) ... Grabbed four ground balls at Georgetown (March 10) ... Picked up a ground ball at Duke (March 12) ... Collected a ground ball against Dartmouth (March 24) ... Caused two turnovers and grabbed three ground balls at Massachusetts (March 27) ... Caused three turnovers and scooped up four ground balls against Michigan (March 31) ... Snared a ground ball at Cornell (April 7) ... Picked up five ground balls and caused two turnovers against Quinnipiac (April 10) ... Collected three ground balls at Penn (April 14) ... Caused a turnover and picked up a ground ball against Princeton (April 21) ... Added a caused turnover at Yale (April 28).

2011 (Sophomore):
Started all 16 games ... Tied for the Harvard lead with 13 caused turnovers ... Grabbed 27 ground balls on the season ... Picked up two ground balls and caused a turnover against Canisius (Feb. 26) ... Grabbed two ground balls and caused three turnovers versus No. 20 Georgetown (March 8) ... Caused two turnovers and picked up a ground ball against Bellarmine (March 11) ... Scooped up two ground balls versus Holy Cross (March 15) ... Caused two turnovers and picked up four ground balls at Dartmouth (March 26) ... Scooped up two ground balls in win over No. 14 Massachusetts (March 29) ... Collected a ground ball against No. 6 Cornell (April 9) ... Had three ground balls against No. 15 Penn (April 16) ... Scooped up a ground ball in victory at Princeton (April 23) ... Caused a turnover and picked up two ground balls against No. 14 Yale (April 30) ... Scooped up two ground balls against No. 15 Penn (May 6) ... Collected two ground balls against No. 2 Cornell in Ivy tournament final (May 8).

2010 (Freshman):
Saw action in all 12 games, starting eight ... Caused a turnover and collected a ground ball at Holy Cross (March 6) ... Grabbed a ground ball in win at Massachusetts (March 13) ... Picked up a ground ball in victory against Dartmouth (March 27) ... Caused a turnover and grabbed two ground balls at No. 10 Cornell (April 10) ... Snared two ground balls and caused a turnover at Penn (April 17).

Before Harvard:

Lettered four years in lacrosse and three in football … Captained lacrosse and football teams as a senior … Ranked No. 52 recruit by Inside Lacrosse … Earned first team All-Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) honors as a senior … Earned Baltimore Sun and Washington Post All-Metro first team honors as a senior … All-Tewaaraton Team as a senior … Capital Gazette first team all-county and Player of the Year as a senior … Won two MIAA ‘B’ Conference Championships in football … Baltimore Chapter of the National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete of the Year as a senior … Maryland Distinguished Scholar Honorable Mention … Member of the National Honor Society.

Personal:
Father, Jake, was an assistant football coach at Florida State, Gettysburg, Marshall and Navy.