Accolades: Selected to 2008 USILA All America squad (honorable mention) and a First-Team America East All-Conference goalkeeper… One of 22 finalists for the 2008 Tewaaraton Trophy and a candidate for the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Division I Player of the Year honor… Enters the 2009 campaign as the nation’s active leader in goalkeeper victories with 32 (32-15) and has the most wins of any UMBC Division I netminder… Needs three wins to surpass UMBC Hall of Famer Tom Dunlap (1976-79) who collected 34 wins in his career… Has amassed 476 career saves, fifth-most in school history… In four NCAA Tournament games, he has a save percentage of 56.5%, with 52 stops and 40 goals allowed (10.0 gaa)… The 2006 America East Conference Rookie of the Year… Earned All Championship Team honors in the 2006 and 2007 America East tournaments… Has started all 46 games for UMBC in three years of competition.
2008: After an uneven start to the campaign, he broke out with a career topping 20-save effort in the 9-6 win over 16th-ranked
2007: Posted a career-best 18 saves in NCAA First Round game at
2006: Became the first freshman to start in the nets for UMBC since Steve Gorski did it in 1993… Started all 15 games on the season, playing in nearly 849 of 903 minutes… Finished the season with a goals against average of 7.71, the 13th best figure in the nation… Earned America East Rookie of the Week award on March 26, April 3 and April 17… His top effort was a 13-save performance in the 12-8 win over Denver... Finished third on the team with 33 ground balls.
Background: Majoring in environmental studies... A two-time All-Metro selection by The Baltimore Sun, earning First Team honors in his junior season…Also earned First-Team All-State recognition… Posted a save percentage of .665 in his junior year… Earned a place on the pre-season boys’ Tewaarton “Watch List” entering that season… Was the starter for the winning Cardinals in the 2003 MIAA “A” Conference title game against St. Mary’s… Inside Lacrosse tabbed him a Player to Watch alluding to his “speed, hustle, stick skills and game sense”… Was also a standout soccer player at Calvert Hall… His twin brother, Phil, is a junior lacrosse player at Towson University, and older brother, Sid competed at Salisbury… Son of Patsy and Van Blevins…Stepfather is Jim Short… Born Jeremy Cockrill Blevins on February 25, 1987.