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Dan Bauers

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Oakton, Va.

High School:
Oakton

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 204

Position:
Attack


2006: Started all twelve games at attack...led the team in scoring with 22 goals and in total points with 32...had seven multiple-goal games, including a career-high 5 goal performance in the 13-12 loss to Fairfield...finished the season with 11 assists and 16 groundballs...earned first-team All-ECAC honors and was among the nation's Top-25 scorers

2005: Played in 12 games, starting nine at attack ... was team's fifth leading scorer with nine goals and four assists ... had back-to-back two goal games at Rutgers and versus Syracuse first goal against Rutgers was game-winner ... also scored two goals against UMBC ... first goal of season came againt Penn State ... had a season-high two assists against Wagner ... finished season with eight groundballs

2004: Played in seven games and started one ... finished season with one goal and two assists ... had both a goal and an assist in 12-8 win over Yale ... picked up other assist at UMBC ... ended season with three shots-on-goal

Before Loyola: Played four years of lacrosse, football and hockey at Oakton ... won four letters in lacrosse and three in football ... earned All-America honors in lacrosse ... was a first-team all-district and first-team all-region lacrosse pick ... lacrosse team MVP ... named Northern Virginia Lacrosse Player of the Year by the Northern Virginia Journal ... lacrosse team won three district championships, one regional championship and a state title ... football won regional championship and finished as state runner-up ... was all-district football pick ... named football team defensive MVP

Personal: Undecided on a major at Loyola ... the son of Peter and Melinda Bauers ... has a brother Nate who attends Fairfield University ... born May 11, 1985