45 Nate Lewnes
45 - Nate Lewnes
Height: 5-9
Weight: 180
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Arnold, Md.
High School: St. Mary's
Position: A

Accolades: Named to the 2013 America East All-Rookie Team… Earned AE Rookie of the Week honors in late March after a season-best six-point effort (2g, 4a) in a victory over High Point… Earned a spot on the 2013 Winter/Spring America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll.


2014: More than doubled his goal production from outstanding rookie campaign… Placed third on the squad with 31 goals… Started all 15 games on the attack… Led the Retrievers with eight man-up scores, including three in post-season play… Tallied all eight in the final seven games of the campaign… Tied for second in America East with 15 goals (3.0 per game) in league play… Despite a 3-goal, 2-assist effort versus Richmond, he amassed just four goals in his first five outings… Netted four at High Point on March 15 with four shots on goal and tallied five times at Mount St. Mary’s a week later with five shots on cage… Scored five times versus Albany, taking a team season-high nine shots on goal… Scored a team season-high seven goals in the regular season finale at Vermont… It was UMBC’s first seven-goal effort since Brendan Mundorf tallied seven times versus Stony Brook on April 2, 2006.


2013: Started all 15 games as a freshman attackman… Hit the scoresheet in each of his first eight outings… Recorded a team season high in assists with the four helpers versus High Point… Came back three days later to post a three-point effort (1-2-3) at Towson… His best America East effort was a two-goal, two-assist performance in the 13-12 win at Stony Brook… Scored twice in the America East championship game versus Albany. 


Background: A two-time All-State and All-County honoree… Also earned Second Team All-Metro honors from The Baltimore Sun and The Washington Post… Scored six goals and added an assist in the Saints’ 11-8 “turning-point” victory in 2012 over Loyola…Nominated for the C. Markland Kelly Award…The Sun’s Boys’ Athlete-of-the-Week on April 4, 2011… Also excelled as a running back on St. Mary’s football squad, earning All-County, All-Metro and All-State honors… An honor roll student and member of the Spanish National Honor Society… Brother Neill was a four-year letterwinner and team captain for the Retrievers from 2009-13… Oldest brother Nicholas competed in lacrosse at Stevenson University… Lists favorite professional team as the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens… Son of Tina and George Lewnes… Born May 2, 1994.



Year GP-GS G A Pts. SH Pct. GB Pen
2013 15-15 14 10 27 47 .298 20 4-2:30
Career 43-43 76 19 98 265 .287 67 8-4:30