|Hometown:||Chevy Chase, MD|
|High School:||St. Alban's|
The spiritual leader of the program, there is a gravitational pull around this man that cannot be denied. He redefines optimism and positive energy. It is no surprise that his teammates made him a captain. But his strengths do not stop with his character: his play alone mandates a leadership role. Razor-sharp competitive fire, boyish love and joy for the game, and serious talent and athleticism come together in Jack. We are all better for knowing him, and for having his life rub off on us. Jack will lead us from the midfield in 2009, a new position that he has already made great strides with during the fall...2008: Brown's third leading scorer, who led the Bears with 14 assists, while also adding 13 goals...Registered hat-tricks vs. Vermont and Penn...Consistent performer, who dished out two assists against Denver, Delaware, Yale, Harvard, Providence and Cornell...Started 10 of 14 games for the Bears...Picked-up 10 ground balls...Scored two goals and handed out two assists vs. Denver...2007: Registered 22 points (11 goals, 11 assists), fifth best on the Brown team...Led all field players with 34 ground balls, including a season high seven ground balls against Notre Dame...Netted two goals against UMBC, Vermont and Yale...Earned a starting role in 12 games, while playing in all 14...2006: Led all freshman scorers with three goals and three assists...Scored a goal and an assist vs. Hofstra, and netted a goal and one assist vs. UMBC...Secondary School Background: A graduate of St. Albans School where he lettered in lacrosse (4), soccer (2) and basketball (1)... All-AIC selection...Team captain as a senior...Top Star Lacrosse Camp "Fab 40" All-Star...All-Met honorable mention selection...Scored 81 career goals and 55 assists...Named to the Headmaster's List for five semesters...Freshman Class President...Personal: The son of Mark Walsh and Polly Vail of Chevy Chase...Has a sister, Melissa...Enjoys fishing and collecting basketball sneakers... Urban Studies concentrator.