#21 Jake Marmul
Did not play during the 2010 campaign due to a knee injury, yet returned to the field for the 2011 campaign … played in 32 career games … tallied five career points on two goals and three assists … won 166 of 295 career faceoff attempts for an impressive .563 winning percentage … picked up 66 ground balls … earned two monograms.
AS A SENIOR: Returned to the Irish lineup after missing the previous season due to injury … played in 13 games … won 64 of 115 faceoff attempts … career-best .557 faceoff winning percentage, which ranked 17th nationally … picked up 31 ground balls and dished out a career-high two assists … registered an assist in a 12-8 defeat of Villanova … did not play against Providence … recorded an assist in a 9-8 overtime setback at North Carolina … earned his second monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Did not play due to a knee injury.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in all 16 games … ranked 19th nationally with a .554 faceoff winning percentage … went 97-for-78 in the faceoff circle … tallied career-highs in goals (2), assists (1) and points (3) … also picked up a career-high 33 ground balls … scored the first goal of his career in a 13-8 win at Penn State … deposited a goal in the next game as well, a 19-7 win over Dartmouth … scooped up a career-high five ground balls against the Big Green … won a season-high 11 faceoffs (out of 16 attempts) in an 11-6 win over Bellarmine … matched a career-high with five ground balls in a 14-8 victory at Ohio State … collected an assist in a 7-4 victory over Quinnipiac in the semifinals of the GWLL tournament … was 8-for-10 in faceoff attempts in a 7-3 setback to Maryland in the first round of the NCAA Tournament … earned his first monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in three games … picked up two ground balls and attempted one shot … saw time in victories over Loyola (7-6), Villanova (16-6) and Air Force (13-5) … collected two ground balls against Villanova.
PREP AND PERSONAL: A three-sport athlete at Detroit Catholic Central … earned three letters in lacrosse and two in both football and basketball … named an academic All-American as a senior … garnered all-state, all-city and all-conference honors during his junior season of lacrosse as his team won the regional championship … team fell in the state championship during both his junior and senior seasons after turning around a team that went 2-18 during his freshman campaign … awarded the Father James Whalen Award at the end of his senior year … the award is given annually to a senior who has excelled academically, is an outstanding athlete and is looked upon by his peers as a Christian gentleman … two-time team captain … tallied 31 goals, 15 assists, 186 ground balls along with winning 70 percent of faceoffs taken … led his team in ground balls as a junior … a four-year varsity player on his lacrosse squad … two-time Courage Award winner in football … earned all-academic honors in basketball during his senior season … played running back, defensive back and kick returner in football and was a guard on his basketball squad … son of Laurel and Lawrence Marmul … has two older sisters … graduated from the College of Arts and Letters with a degree in psychology and sociology major … finished with a 3.426 cumulative GPA.
Marmul[apos]s Career Statistics
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