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Chase Campbell

205 lbs.
Baltimore, Md.
The Gilman School
High School
Chase Campbell - Men's Lacrosse - Virginia Cavaliers

“Chase forces all of us to reconsider what one man can accomplish.  It may be easier to list what he is not involved with at UVA.  The President of SACH and winner of the prestigious Crowley Scholarship, Chase somehow balances all of the demands he places on himself, and he makes it look easy.  With a future in the New York City finance world already secured, Chase is training intensely in his final go-around with our program.  He is serving as a fantastic voice and model, positively impacting the culture of UVA lacrosse.” 

• Appeared in 12 of UVA’s 18 games
• Saw some time on man-down defense
• Made first collegiate start against VMI
• Picked up three ground balls and caused three turnovers

• Appeared in seven of UVA’s 15 games
• Saw some time on man-down defense
• Appeared against Siena, High Point, Notre Dame, Richmond, Cleveland State, Robert Morris and Duke
• Awarded UVA’s prestigious T. Rodney Crowley Jr. Scholarship, which awarded to an accomplished student who demonstrates leadership, sportsmanship, character and integrity

• Appeared in one of UVA’s 15 games
• Picked up one ground ball against VMI

• Appeared in two of UVa’s 15 games
• Made collegiate debut at VMI
• Also saw time against Richmond
• Picked up two ground balls at VMI
• Caused a turnover against Richmond
• Recognized on ACC Academic Honor Roll

Listed as the No. 98 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse
Listed as the No. 18 incoming defenseman in the country by Inside Lacrosse
• Three-year varsity letterwinner
• First-team All-MIAA
Baltimore Sun All-Metro first-team
• MSLCA first-team all-state
• MIAA quarterfinal appearance and two semifinal appearances
• Part of the Baltimore Lacrosse Club Crabs team that went undefeated during his entire high school career
• Spent three years on the varsity football team at Gilman
• Member of Gilman football’s MIAA championship squads in 2011 and 2012
• Team captain as a senior and had 68 tackles, four sacks and forced two fumbles at outside linebacker
• On honor roll all four years at Gilman
• Member of the business club

• Son of Gordon and Dorsey Campbell
• Has one younger brother, Jay, and one younger sister, Annie
• Grandfather Sandy Hoff played lacrosse at Virginia from 1954-57 and was the lone team captain in 1957
• Mother Dorsey (Hoff) played field hockey and lacrosse at St. Lawrence University
• Is a volunteer at the Carmelo Anthony Center serving as a camp counselor to underprivileged Baltimore inner-city youth
• A volunteer with Charm City Lacrosse where he also coaches lacrosse to underprivileged Baltimore inner-city youth