Stony Brook student-athletes recognized for achievements
2016: Played in all 16 games ... starting short stick defensive midfielder ... first team All-America East ... career-highs of nine goals and five assists ... added 37 ground balls and 11 caused turnovers ... had a ground ball and two caused turnovers vs. Vermont (5/5) ... scored a goal vs. Hartford (4/30) ... recorded a goal, two ground balls and a caused turnover vs. UMass Lowell (4/16) ... scored a goal and had three ground balls vs. Marist (4/12) ... tallied a ground ball and a caused turnover at Princeton (4/9) ... had an assist and a ground ball vs. Vermont (4/2) ... recorded three ground balls at Lehigh (3/29) ... tallied two goals, an assist and four ground balls at UMBC (3/26) ... had a ground ball and a caused turnover at No. 11 Albany (3/19) ... totaled a goal, two ground balls and a caused turnover vs. No. 12 Hofstra (3/15) ... recorded an assist, four ground balls and a caused turnover vs. No. 16 Rutgers (3/11) ... scored a goal and had two ground balls at Fairfield (3/5) ... tallied an assist, a career-high six ground balls and a caused turnover vs. No. 9 Brown (2/27) ... had an assist, four ground balls and a caused turnover vs. St. John's (2/21) ... scored a career-high two goals and totaled three ground balls and a caused turnover vs. Sacred Heart (2/16).
High School: A 2012 graduate of Miller Place High School ... coached by Keith Lizzi and Blayney McEneaney ... 22 goals and 20 assists en route to All-Suffolk County honors as a senior ... team captain as a senior.
Personal: Jeffrey Reh ... born March 3, 1994 in Sound Beach, New York ... son of Jeff and Janine ... sister, Taylor, plays lacrosse at Cortland ... father was a two-time All-America at Adelphi and is tied with former Stony Brook standout Jordan McBride for 13th all-time in Division I in goals (175) ... two uncles, Gary and Scott, also played lacrosse at Adelphi.