Three-time letterwinner ... named co-captain along with goalkeeper Matt Darak ... preseason honorable mention All-America by Faceoff Magazine/Inside Lacrosse ... named to preseason Tewaaraton Award Watch List ... nation's leading scorer in per game average (3.07) a year ago ... one of two nationally ranked scoring leaders returning to Army's attack unit ... possesses a hard and accurate left-hand shot from the right side ... quick release makes it difficult for defenses to slide on him.
2004: Started all 15 games for the Black Knights ... finished among national leaders with a career-high 46 goals, which is third on Army's single-season charts ... finished fourth in the country in scoring, 64 points, which is fifth all-time at the Academy for a single season ... led the team in goals scored and points ... first Black Knight to score more than 45 goals in a season since 1978 ... set new personal standard with 18 assists ... tallied a career-high six goals in win over Yale, including the game-winner ... posted a team-best four game-winning goals ... scored five goals and six points against Maryland in NCAA Tournament ... registered six points three times in a game ... recorded multi-goal game in each of Army's 14 affairs ... registered a hat trick versus Navy ... scored five times on nine shots opposite Penn ... 39 ground balls are a career high.
2003: Appeared in all 16 games, starting 14 times on attack ... played midfield in first two games ... switched to attack to bolster the offense ... finished ninth in the Patriot League in goals per game (1.56) ... registered seven multi-goal efforts with three hat tricks to his credit ... named Patriot League's "Offensive Player of the Week" on April 7 and again on May 5 ... registered his hat tricks in wins over arch-rival Air Force and Rutgers and a loss to Yale ... finished fourth on the squad in scoring (30 points) ... placed third in goals scored (25) ... recorded five extra-man goals on the year to lead the club ... tallied a point in all but three games.
2002: Made an appearance in 10 games ... broke onto the college stage with a hat trick against Colgate ... added another goal opposite Notre Dame to take home Patriot League "Rookie of the Week" honors ... marker against the Irish proved to be the game-winner ... also scored an extra-man goal against Lafayette ... finished season with five goals and five points ... picked up four ground balls, two versus Colgate and two versus Lafayette ... made collegiate debut against Syracuse in Army's season opener.
Prior to West Point: First team all-league and All-Western New York at Grand Island H.S. ... set school records for goals and points in a career as well as a single season ... led Grand Island to Section VI championship his senior year ... also played hockey, golf and football in high school ... All-Niagara Frontier League second team in golf ... member of "Who's Who Among American High School Students".
Personal: James Lloyd Wagner Jr. ... born April 21, 1982, in Buffalo, N.Y. ... parents are James and Elizabeth Wagner ... majoring in Aeronautical Systems.
Year GP G A P Shots GB
2002 10 5 0 5 9 4
2003 16 25 5 30 72 27
2004 15 46 18 64 129 44
Totals 41 76 23 99 210 75