|High School:||The Lawrenceville School|
Junior (2012): Played in 13 games, which set a new career ... grabbed 10 ground balls and caused three turnovers ... took one shot ... appeared in all six Ivy contests, and grabbed six ground balls and caused two turnovers in those games.
Sophomore (2011): Appeared in three games, including one Ivy contest ... played against Mercer, Duke and Cornell ... grabbed his first career ground ball, and committed one penalty for one minute.
Freshman (2010): Saw action in three games ... played in first collegiate game against Wagner on March 11 ... saw the field at Princeton and Vermont ... registered one shot and caused a turnover.
Offterm (2012): enrolled in a transfer term in Barcelona with Chris Costabile, JP Garry, Johnny Carson, and Anthony Fulham ... took classes on the European Union, Spanish architecture, and Spanish film ... appeared on NBC's reality TV show "The Sing-Off," an acappella competition, as a member of the Dartmouth Aires.
Before Dartmouth: Competed for two years in lacrosse at The Lawrenceville School ... two-time NJISSA State Champion and Mid-Atlantic Prep League Champion as a midfielder ... posted a record of 17-2 in 2008 and 13-6 the year after ... also played thee years of football and basketball his senior year ... Trenton Times First Team All-Prep and All-Academic as a senior in football ... won the Tom Dickens Football Award, which was the school award for courage and commitment to the team.
Personal: Robert Thurston Hoffman, Jr. was born Sept. 12, 1990 ... son of Rob and Penny Hoffman ... father is a member of the Dartmouth Class of 1981 and competed for the rowing team in 1978 and 1979 ... high honors student and dean's list member at Lawrenceville ... was the Cleve House President and member of the Honor Council ... sang with The Lawrentians, an elite singing group in high school ... would like to continue singing here at Dartmouth ... enjoys skiing, playing guitar and has bred two litters of Labrador/Golden Retriever puppies.
HOFFMAN'S CAREER STATISTICS