Posted a break-through season in 2004, leading the Retrievers in scoring and earning the team’s Most Improved Player and the athletic program’s Retriever Club Scholarship Award.
2004-Finished fourth in the America East Conference in scoring (1.24 ppg) and second in assists (0.53) to teammate Matt Watson...opened the season by tying a school record with 4 assists in 10-0 win over NJIT...scored the game-winning goal late in the first half in UMBC’s 2-1 win at N.C. State...earned first start of the year in the next contest vs. George Washington and did not disappoint, with a goal and a helper in the 3-0 win over the Colonials..named America East co-Player of the Week after a career high five-point effort (2g, 1a) in a 4-1 win over Maine...scored his final goal of the season, the insurance marker in a 2-0 win over Northeastern.
2003-Appeared in eleven games, but did not record a point.
2002-Started the first two games of the season in the absence of Derek McElligott...assisted on Mike Joseph’s GWG in 3-0 win in game #2 over Gardner-Webb...scored his first collegiate goal in a late season 4-0 shutout win over Monmouth.
BACKGROUND: Named the Baltimore City/Baltimore County Player of the Year by The Baltimore Sun…scored 11 goals and assisted on 12 others in leading the Mavericks (16-2-1) to a Baltimore County and regional title…finished his sterling career at Eastern with 27 goals and 21 assists…also earned All South and All State honors…completed in 2001 with a heavy heart, after his father, John Mitchell, passed away in October…scored a goal and added an assist in a 2-0 win over Perry Hall in the first game back after his father's passing…also played four years of varsity lacrosse at Eastern Tech…can play in the midfield or up front…lists favorite pro athlete as Landon Donovan and favorite TV show as Fear Factor…plans to major in Psychology…son of Karen Mitchell…born September 21, 1984.