24 - B.J. Blaker
B.J. Blaker
Height: 6-0
Weight: 175
Year: Sr.
Hometown: West Chester, Pa.
High School: West Chester Henderson
Position: A/M
Major: Business Administration

SPARTAN CAREER STATISTICS

2012: Comes into his senior season with the Spartans looking to build on what has been an accomplished career ... is exceptionally talented ... smooth player who has a nose for the goal ... returns as a captain this year ... has speed and can shoot ... will lead the Spartan midfield ... possesses outstanding college experience having played in all of the Green and White's 47 games over his three seasons with York ... has all the tools to have a tremendous season.

2011: Played in all 16 contests and started 14 for the Spartans … scored 21 goals and had seven assists … collected 38 ground balls and caused eight turnovers.

2010: Was a second-team All-Capital Athletic Conference selection, the first All-CAC bid of his career  ... scored 20 goals and distributed 12 assists for 32 points ... his 20 goals ranked third on the squad while his 32 points was the Spartans' fourth-best ... scored three man-advantage goals ... played mostly as a midfielder for the Green and White ... collected 37 ground balls and caused five turnovers.

2009: Played in all 15 of York's contests, starting 13 of those games ... scored 26 goals in just his freshman season, ranking him third on the squad ... also distributed seven assists ... posted one game-winning goal ... score one man-advantage goal and one man-down goal ... picked up 27 groundballs and caused five turnovers.

Personal: Is a business administration major ... is the son of Margaret and Murray Blaker ... born on June 14, 1989 ... high school accolades include being a second-team all-county choice in 2008 and a honorable mention selection in 2007 ... played for Falcons on the club level ... names his parents as the people he most admires ... hobbies include hockey, snowboarding, and wakeboarding ... chose York "to play lacrosse" ... his most significant athletic achievement is being chosen to the All-CAC second-team in 2010.

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