Ryland De Pol
2013: Saw action in eight games, starting one ... recorded 12 points (10 goals, two assists) on the season ... also picked up five ground balls ... ranked second on the team with four man-up goals ... scored a career-high five points at Mercer, finishing with three goals and two assists for his first career hat trick ... added another hat trick in season finale, tallying three scores against Hobart.
2012: Played in all 13 games, starting two ... notched 12 points (10 goals, two assists) and four ground balls ... shared the team lead with four man-up goals ... registered personal-best four points (2g, 2a) versus Michigan ... scored the gamewinner versus Quinnipiac.
High School: Lettered two years in lacrosse for coach Matt Hogan ... leading goal scorer in county and league ... coaches' award recipient ... all-conference and all-county ... Maryland Freestate Lacrosse ... named a top-40 attack by Inside Lacrosse (#37) ... named All-Metro honoree by Baltimore Sun (second team) and Washington Post (honorable mention) ... also lettered three years in football and one year in ice hockey ... three-year varsity starter in football ... two-time MIAA `B' champion ... team captain and recipient of coaches' award.
Personal: Member of cadet squadron 14 ... attended the Academy Prep School ... son of Don and Brae De Pol ... has two siblings ... brother, Robb, is a 2009 graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, where he played lacrosse, while brother Rhett currently plays lacrosse at Salisbury University ... plans to become a pilot ... hobbies include boating, crabbing, video games and longboarding.