25 Jason Duboe
25 Jason Duboe
Height: 6-0
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Long Grove, Ill.
High School: Adlai Stevenson
Position: Midfielder
House Affiliation: Pforzheimer

2010 (Senior):
Appeared in all 12 games ... Finalist for Lowe's Senior CLASS Award ... Honored on Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-America honorable mention team and preseason All-Ivy League first team ... Named to NEILA Preseason All-New England team ... Scored 11 goals on the season ... Netted a goal in win over Canisius (Feb. 27) ... Grabbed three ground balls at Georgetown (March 3) ... Had a goal and ground ball in win at Holy Cross (March 6) ... Notched a goal in victory at Massachusetts (March 13) ... Notched two goals against Colgate (March 16) ... Collected a ground ball in win over Dartmouth (March 27) ... Found the back of the net and snared a ground ball at No. 10 Cornell (April 10) ... Scored three goals and picked up a ground ball at Penn (April 17) ... Notched a goal in win over No. 6 Princeton (April 24) ... Scored a goal, grabbed and grabbed a ground ball at Yale (May 1).

2009 (Junior):
Tabbed to Tewaaraton Watch List ... Selected to NEILA All-New England first team ... Chosen to All-Ivy League second team ... Named to Inside Lacrosse's Preseason All-America honorable mention team ... Also selected to Inside Lacrosse's Preseason All-Ivy League squad ... Honored on the NEILA All-New England Preseason team ... Played in all 13 contests ... Was third on the Crimson with 20 points ... Netted a goal and had two ground balls in victory at Duke (Feb. 22) ... Tallied a man-up goal and grabbed a ground ball in victory at Stony Brook (Feb. 28) ... Had a ground ball against Massachusetts (March 7) ... Scored twice and had a ground ball win over Hartford (March 13) ... Had three points on one goal and two assists in Ivy opener against Penn (March 21); selected to Ivy League honor roll ... Assisted on two goals against Presbyterian (March 27) ... Scored twice and handed out an assist at Cornell (April 4) ... Found the back of the net at Princeton (April 11) ... Scored a goal and picked up a ground ball against Brown (April 15) ... Snared two ground balls and caused a turnover in victory over Holy Cross (April 18) ... Named to Ivy League honor roll after scoring two goals and assisting on three other tallies against Yale (April 25) ... Had a ground ball and caused a turnover at Dartmouth (May 2).

2008 (Sophomore):
All-Ivy League First Team selection ... NEILA New England  First-Team ... Academic All-Ivy League ... Saw action in all 14 contests ... Led Harvard with 26 goals and 32 points ... Tallied five man-up goals ... Netted a season-high four goals in 12-3 victory over Fairfield (March 15) ... Collected hat tricks in victories over Massachusetts (March 8), Hartford (March 11) and at Holy Cross (April 19); also had an assist and grabbed four ground balls against the Crusaders ... Tallied two goals and assisted on two other scores at Brown (April 16) ... Netted two goals in win at Yale (April 26) ... Scored a goal and added an assist in 9-6 victory over Stony Brook (March 1) ... Had two goals and a ground ball at Denver (March 29) ... Tallied two scores at Penn (March 22) ... Had two goals vs. Princeton (April 12) ... Scored goals at Duke (March 25) and against Dartmouth (May 3) ... Collected an assist in opener at Siena (Feb. 23) ... Had two ground balls against Cornell (April 5).

2007 (Freshman):
Finished fifth on the Crimson in scoring and first among freshmen with 11 points, all coming on goals ... Scored at least one point in eight of the team's 12 games ... Had a hat trick to spark Harvard's 9-8 win against Brown April 10 ... Had two goals each against Stony Brook (March 3) and Massachusetts (March 10).

Before Harvard:
Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse at Adlai Stevenson HS ... Also lettered in football ... .Two-year captain of the lacrosse team ... All-America, all-state and all-conference selection in lacrosse ... All-area selection in football ... Helped lacrosse team to the 2005 IHSLA semifinals and led the football team to the state quarterfinals in 2004 and 2005 ... National Honor Society ... AP Scholar with Honors.