John Wujciak
John  Wujciak


Essex Fells, N.J.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 195



Men's Lacrosse Drops Season-Finale, 12-8 to Rutgers on Senior Day at Multi-Sport Field

Tyler Knarr wins 20-of-24 face-offs in career-finale


Men's Lacrosse Hosts Rutgers on Senior Day at Multi-Sport Field

Hoyas to honor nine student-athletes during a pre-game ceremony


Men's Lacrosse Assists with Easter Egg Hunt at Georgetown Hospital

Haley and Wujciak continue Hoya Dreams tradition


Georgetown Men's Lacrosse: 2014 Season Preview

Hoyas continue to build in second year of Kevin Warne


Reilly O'Connor's Nine Points Lead Hoyas to 16-8 Win over Providence in BIG EAST Opener

Hoyas' 16 goals its most since 2005


Georgetown Men's Lacrosse vs. No. 6 Denver

Hoyas hosted Pioneers for first time on Saturday, March 29 at Multi-Sport Field.

2013: Appeared in fifteen games, starting 12 as a defensive middie during his junior season...Finished with two goals, picked up 26 ground balls and caused six turnovers...Picked up three ground balls in four games...Scored one goal in consecutive games against Mount St. Mary's (3/12) and Providence (3/16). 2012: Appeared in 11 games mostly as a defensive middie...Scored two goals and picked up three ground balls during the season...Scored his first collegiate goal in the season-opening loss to Maryland (2/24)...Also scored a goal in a season-finale win over Rutgers (4/27).
2011: Appeared in nine games as a long stick middie...Made his collegiate debut and caused one turnover at Maryland (2/26)...Took one shot against Rutgers (4/20).

High School: Was a three-year letter winning midfielder in lacrosse and a two-year letter winner as a wide receiver and defensive back in football...Was an all conference selection in football his senior season and earned the Harold B. Rice Hustle Award as a member of the lacrosse team...Scored three goals against Mendham in the Morris County Lacrosse Tournament Quarterfinals.

Personal:The son of Valerie Wujciak ... Has three brothers, including Peter, a former lacrosse player at Providence College, as well as James a lacrosse player at Amherst College and Matthew, a lacrosse player at Delbarton School.

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