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Jason Crane


Pasadena, Md.

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Height / Weight:
6-2 / 205


2013 (Freshman): Played in 12 games on the Greyhounds' rope unit, picking up five groundballs and causing a turnover... Named the 2013 Yeardley Reynolds Love Unsung Hero Award winner after leading a group of 14 team members to Newtown, Conn., where they conducted a clinic with Newtown Youth Lacrosse in January, a month after the shooting at nearby Sandy Hook Elementary School... The clinic drew more than 100 children from the Newtown area, and the Greyhounds continued relationships with the town members, hosting many at the April 13 game against Denver... Made his collegiate debut at Delaware... Picked up two ground balls versus UMBC (2/26)... Grabbed three ground balls and caused a turnover versus Air Force (3/16).

High School: Was a four-year starter and three-year captain at Chesapeake High School in Pasadena, Md.... Earned USLacrosse All-America honors as a senior and was named to the All-Annapolis Capital Gazette First Team as a junior and senior... Received All-Anne Arundel Country First Team honors as a junior and senior, after being named a Second Team honoree as a sophomore... Earned All-Maryland honors after his junior and senior years, too... Also an accomplished member of Cougars' indoor track and field team for four seasons... Won two Anne Arundel County long and high jump titles and was the regional high jump champion as a senior... Finished fourth in the state in the high jump that year and also is the school's record holder in the triple jump... Played club lacrosse for the Old Line Rockfish.

Personal: Jason Elliott Crane... Son of Tracy and Joseph Crane... Has two older siblings, Jessica and T.J., and one younger, Jake... Organized and led a group of Loyola men's lacrosse players on a trip to Newtown, Conn., in January 2013 prior to his freshman year... The 14 players put on a lacrosse clinic for Newtown Youth Lacrosse less than a month following the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School that killed 26.