Highly recruited midfielder two seasons ago who worked his way from the third line onto the first line and a starting role in NCAA Tournament at Maryland during his freshman season ... parlayed that experience into a starting nod all of last season ... one of Army's top midfielders ... most dangerous scoring threat from the midfield ... runs the field well ... quick hands and accurate shot ... heady player who makes good decisions in transition ... possesses all the skills to be one of the league's top midfielders ... gifted finisher ... improving his feeding skills ... good size for a middie ... hails from California where lacrosse is in its infancy ... has three career goals in NCAA Tournament games ... worked on his game over the summer at the Asia Pacific Games ... played lacrosse in Japan, England and Lake Placid, N.Y., last summer ... two-year letterwinner.
2005: Appeared in all 17 games ... sixth on the team in scoring with a career-high 14 points ... 14 goals is also a career high and fourth on the squad ... credited with career-high 16 ground balls ... registered first career hat trick with three goals against Lafayette ... three-point night was also a career best ... scored six goals in final six games, including two at Holy Cross, one at Navy and another against Duke ... pointed in six of last seven contests.
2004: Appeared in 14 of Army's 15 games ... earned first two career starts in final two games of the season versus Duke and Maryland ... made an immediate impact for the Black Knights offensively ... tied a career high with two goals at Maryland in first round of the NCAA Tournament ... led all freshmen in scoring on Army ... scored first collegiate goal in win over Holy Cross ... marked twice in that contest ... scored two goals in a game four times ... registered a point in three out of four games for Army in late March-early April ... scooped a career-high three ground balls against Marist ... made collegiate debut opposite Air Force.
Prior to West Point: High school All-America selection his senior year at Granite Hills H.S. ... three-time all-conference performer ... conference "Player of the Year" his senior season ... first team academic all-county his senior year ... scholar-athlete award winner ... also lettered in football at Granite Hills H.S. ... voted offensive team MVP his senior season.
Personal: Justin Tyler Bokmeyer ... born July 21, 1984, in Fort Hood, Texas ... parents are Seth and Julie Bokmeyer ... brother, Adam, is a sophomore at the Academy ... lists his favorite lacrosse moment as scoring two goals against Maryland in the NCAAs and five goals in championship game of the Asia Pacific Games last summer ... majoring in Management and Law.