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Brian Wood is an American former lacrosse player, best known for his collegiate career at the Johns Hopkins University from 1984 to 1987. Wood was one of the key figures in a highly-successful run for Hopkins lacrosse in the mid-1980s, during which the team won three National Championships. A product of St. Mary's High School of Annapolis, Wood helped lead the Blue Jays to the NCAA Championship in 1984, 1985 and 1987 and Hopkins compiled a 47-6 record during his career. He earned First Team All-America honors in each of his last three seasons at Homewood after taking second team honors as a freshman. Wood was named to the Johns Hopkins All-Time Team at the end of his career, twice earned the team's William K. Morrill Award as JHU's top attackman and was presented the Erlanger Award as the team's top senior in 1987. He is one of just 19 players in school history to earn First Team All-America honors three times and he is also one of just 19 players to earn All-America honors four times. There has not been another three-time First Team All-America attackman at Hopkins since Wood graduated in 1987. A member of the 1986 United States National Team that won the ILF World Championship,  ( Wikipedia )

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