Hoyas continue new tradition on Saturday morning
2009: Appeared in 13 game, starting eight times ... Finished eighth on the team in scoring with six goals and four assists for 10 points ... Took 26 shots ... Collected 14 ground balls ... Had three multi-point games and two multi-goal games ... Scored a career-high three goals and had an assist for four points in the season opener against Maryland ... Had a goal and a career-high two assists in a win over Delaware ... Scored two goals against Duke.
2008: Appeared in 10 games ... Recorded three assists for three points on the season ... Collected five groundballs ... Had assists against Delaware, Navy and Rutgers ... Collected two groundballs against Mount St. Mary's.
High School: A two-sport standout at Georgetown Prep ... Played four years of lacrosse and three years of football ... Named an All-American as well as an Under Armour All-American ... Recognized as the Washington Post Player of the Year ... Named team MVP ... First team All-State ... D.C. Baltimore Tewaaraton Team ... All-IAC County Player of the Year ... Two-time first team Maryland state team member ... Georgetown Prep went 22-0 his junior year and was ranked No. 1 in the country ... In 88 career games, scored 208 points ... As a senior, had 37 goals and 43 assists ... Scored three goals and had three assists in final game to beat Landon and win the IAC
Personal: Born on January 18, 1989 in Washington, D.C. ... Son of Thomas and Jamie Shuler ... Has an older brother Lucas, who graduated from William and Mary and an older brother Michael, who graduated from Georgetown and played midfield for the Hoyas ... Has an older sister, Nora, who graduated from George Washington.