David Shriver
David  Shriver


Timonium, Md.

High School:
Boys' Latin

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 170



2010: Appeared in four games ... Scored on goal, against Delaware.

2009: Appeared in seven games as a sophomore ... Scored two goals, one each against Rutgers and Penn State.

2008: Appeared in four games.

High School: A three-sport athlete in high school ... Prepped for a year at the Salisbury School in 2007 ... Scored 36 goals and had 10 assists in 2007 at Salisbury ... Played lacrosse and basketball four years and volleyball for one year ... Played for the Baltimore Lacrosse Club for three years ... In 2006, was the recipient of the Gelston Cup for Unique Contribution to Boys' Latin Lacrosse Program, Kelly Award for Devotion to Boys' Latin Athletics, and Team Spirit for Varsity Basketball ... Led Boys' Latin to 2006 MIAA "A" Conference title and to national title with a 21-0 record, the most wins in school history ... Two years record of 39-2 at Boys' Latin.

Personal: Born on June 26, 1987 in Baltimore, Maryland ... Son of Robert and Jasmine Shriver ... Has an older brother Bobby, Jr. ... The recipient of the 2006 Williams Award at Boys' Latin for Thoughtfulness and Consideration of Others ... Lists winning the 2006 MIAA "A" Conference title, while playing for his father, as the most thrilling moment in his athletic career ... David's father, Bob Shriver, is the head boys' lacrosse coach at Boys' Latin, one of the most successful high school lacrosse programs in the country.

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