25 John Rose
25 - John Rose
Height: 6-0
Weight: 185
Year: Junior
Hometown: Locust Valley, N.Y.
High School: Deerfield Academy (Mass.)
Position: Long Stick Midfielder
Major: Government
House Affiliation: Dunster

Career Highs
Goals: 0
Assists: 0
Points: 0
Ground balls: 5, vs. Dartmouth (3/24/12)

2013 (Junior):
Collected one ground ball in a win over Quinnipiac (April 9) ... Picked up two ground balls in a victory over Penn (April 13).

2012 (Sophomore):
Saw action in 11 games ... Finished with 21 ground balls ... Caused a turnover against Vermont (Feb. 25) ... Collected two ground balls against Hofstra (March 3) ... Picked up two ground balls at Georgetown (March 10) ... Grabbed four ground balls against Brown (March 17) ... Picked up four ground balls and caused two turnovers against Dartmouth (March 24) ... Snared two ground balls at Massachusetts (March 27) ... Scooped up two ground balls against Michigan (March 31) ... Grabbed a ground ball at Cornell (April 7) ... Caused two turnovers and added a ground ball against Quinnipiac (April 10) ... Collected two ground balls at Penn (April 14).

2011 (Freshman):
NEILA Preseason Rookie of the Year ... Played in eight games, starting two ... Grabbed nine ground balls ... Caused a turnover and had a ground ball against Canisius (Feb. 26) ... Collected four ground balls and caused a turnover at No. 5 Hofstra (March 5) ... Had a ground ball at Albany (April 2) ... Claimed a ground ball against No. 6 Cornell (April 9) ... Scooped up two ground balls at Princeton (April 23).

Before Harvard:
Played four years of varsity lacrosse, hockey and soccer at Deerfield Academy … Captained lacrosse and soccer teams during senior season … Named the No. 35 incoming freshman by Inside Lacrosse ... Three-time All-New England in lacrosse … Competed in Senior East/West All-Star Game … Under Armor and US Lacrosse All-American as a senior … Helped Deerfield compile a 65-3 record during lacrosse career, as well as win three New England titles … All-New England selection in soccer in 2009 … Two-time All-Western New England choice in soccer.

Father, Anthony, graduated from Harvard in 1973 and was a member of the men’s hockey team.