Three-year letterwinner ... skilled stick-handler who came into his own last spring ... runs with Army's top midfield line ... produced the type of numbers last year that the coaching staff knew he was capable of posting ... versatile player, who possesses ability to get off an accurate shot in a crowd ... brings a scoring threat to the midfield.
2004: Appeared in all 15 games with 12 starts ... shattered season highs in all three scoring categories ... finished fifth on the Black Knights in scoring with 20 points ... fourth in goals scored with 16 ... netted the game-winning goal in overtime against Air Force ... also picked up the game-winner opposite Marist ... registered a hat trick in win over Lafayette ... posted a point in all but two games ... recorded three points versus Rutgers, Lafayette and Yale ... enjoyed six-game scoring streak.
2003: Missed first five games of the season due to injury, but appeared in 10 games.
2002: Nagging hamstring injury limited much of his playing time ... appeared in five games fighting through an injury-prone campaign ... first collegiate assignment came opposite Holy Cross ... appeared in four of Army's six league games ... also saw action versus No. 12 Hofstra.
Prior to West Point: Played with twin brother Chris at Brien McMahon H.S. ... co-captain of lacrosse team ... two-time all-state selection in ... all-area co-MVP his senior year along with brother Chris ... scored school record 108 points his junior year ... tallied 227 career points and led Brien McMahon to Division 2 state championship in 2000 ... also lettered in football and wrestling at Brien McMahon ... member of National Honor Society.
Personal: Jonathan Saltmarsh Couch ... born March 6, 1983, in Norwalk, Conn. ... parents are Jack and Kristina Couch ... twin brother of Chris Couch, also a lacrosse player at Army ... majoring in International History.
Year GP G A P Shots GB
2002 5 0 0 0 0 0
2003 10 0 0 0 1 1
2004 15 16 4 20 60 7
Totals 30 16 4 20 61 8