12 Johnathan Falcone
12 Johnathan Falcone
Height: 6-0
Weight: 185
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Flemington, N.J.
High School: Hunterdon Central Regional
Position: G

2011: Second Team All-Ivy… First Team All-New England… Two time Ivy Honor Roll… L.C. Stowell Award winner (Team MVP)… Christian Prince Award recipient (Team Defensive MVP)… Lowe’s Senior Class Award Finalist… 7.30 GAA ranked 7th in Division I… .559 SP ranked 13th… Started all 14 games in net for the Bulldogs.

2010: Honorable mention All-Ivy... Had every decision in the Yale net and a .502 save percentage. His 8.54 GAA, tops in the Ivy, was 11th in Division I. He had double-digit saves in four of the last eight games. Falcone had a season-high of 15 saves at Dartmouth, while he held opponents to single-digits in goals in six of the last seven outings... Made 118 saves overall to bring his career total to 239 (17th at Yale).

2009: Started in 11 games while appearing in 12 on the season...Made 123 saves and collected 22 ground balls.

2008: Appeared in one game and made one save during his freshman season.

At Hunterdon: Three-year lacrosse letterman...Team captain senior year...Single season saves record (296) and career saves record (807)... All-sophomore team, Second-team all-conference, second-team all-division, honorable mention all-area, and team scholar-athlete sophomore year... Honorable mention all-state, first-team all-conference... First-team all-division... Second- team all-area junior year... New Jersey Goalie of the Year, All-American, first-team all-state, first-team all-conference, first-team all-division, first-team all-area, team spirit award winner, and team MVP senior year.

Personal: Johnathan Daniel Falcone, son of John and Pauline Falcone, is a member of Calhoun College... Economics major with a 3.84 GPA... Spent a summer at the London School of Economics and Political Science... Member of the Economics Undergraduate Student Advisory Committee... Elected as secretary of Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity... Significant contributor to “Bulldog Buddies,” a Yale community outreach program that has students serving as mentors to New Haven Public School children.