19 - Bobby Shields
|High School:||Pinkerton Academy|
Bobby's best attribute is his competitiveness, and this translates into his ability to be a great defender. He has the internal fire, along with the talent, to shutdown his man completely. Bobby has led the team with his intense play, encouraging and supporting his teammates to reach their potential. Bobby will potentially play many roles in 2007, as a close defenseman, a long stick midfielder, and possibly at the face-off X...2006: All-New England selection...His 26 ground balls ranked second on the Brown team...Earned an assist vs. Harvard...2005: Pre-season All-American...Second team All-Ivy selection...Registered his first career goal with an end-to-end run against Yale...Picked-up 18 ground balls...Started all games for the Bears except for senior day...Usually matched-up against the opponent's top scorer...2004: Honorable mention All-Ivy selection...Named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week for his outstanding play against Dartmouth...Started all 14 games...Picked-up 35 ground balls ...Secondary School Background: A graduate of Pinkerton Academy where he lettered in lacrosse (4) and football (3)...Captain of both lacrosse and football teams as a senior...Three-time All-State selection in lacrosse...Lacrosse All-American as a senior...Played on three state champion lacrosse teams...Three-time All-State selection in football...Set a team record for scoring by a defenseman with 8 goals and 8 assists in 2002...His 93-yard touchdown reception is a school and state record...National Honor Society member...Personal: The son of James Shields of Hampstead...Has two brothers, Davis and Zach...Enjoys movies and music...Psychology concentrator.