As A Junior (2009): Played and started in 14 games ... tallied 18 ground balls and caused 10 turnovers on the season ... collected career-high three ground balls and caused two turnovers against Georgetown (Feb. 28) ... scooped up two ground balls against Drexel (March 7) ... tied career-high with three ground balls at Loyola (March 14) and Siena (March 17).
As A Sophomore (2008): Played in 13 games ... took one shot against Penn State (April 12) ... collected two ground balls, with one each against Massachusetts (April 5) and in the Red Storm's 10-7 victory over Fairfield (April 26) ... caused one turnover against Siena (March 25) ... recognized as a BIG EAST All-Star.
As A Freshman (2007): Played in all 13 games ... scooped up 10 ground balls for the season ... year-best two ground balls at Bellarmine (Feb. 24), against Quinnipiac (Mar. 13) and vs. Siena (Mar. 21) ... caused four turnovers for the Red Storm, fourth-best among returning players and second-best of returning midfielders ... took one shot against Quinnipiac (Mar. 13) ... recognized as a BIG EAST All-Star.
Before St. John's: Named one of the San Francisco Chronicle's and Cal Hi Sports' Top 100 athletes in 2006 at St. Ignatius Prep School ... high school team won more than 30 lacrosse games in his junior and senior seasons ... also lettered in basketball and football ... a member of the student council and the California Scholastic Federation.
Off The Field: Jeremiah Daniel Nevin ... born in San Francisco, Calif. ... son of Peggy and Dan Nevin ... has a sister, Kelli (27), and a brother Joe (26), who played basketball for the University of San Diego and made the NCAA Tournament ... his father, Dan, played basketball at Santa Clara University ... student leader for Student Development 101 for freshman athletes ... earned Dean's List honors for 2006-07 ... a finance major ... a member of Phi Eta Sigma national honor society.
Nevin Up Close:
Few People Know That I: Broke both wrists four times during the ages of 12-15.
Favorite TV show: "Seinfeld."
Favorite Book: "Angels and Demons" by Dan Brown.
Favorite Moment in Athletic Career: Beating Georgetown in 2009.
Career Highs: Groundballs - 3, three times, most recent at Siena (2009)