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2 Jack Hilger

Senior Year (2015): Appeared in nine games and made two starts ... scored his first career goal in a 4-0 win over Drexel on Nov. 3 ... had four shots in a 3-0 win over Yale on Nov. 14.

Junior Year (2014): Did not play.

Sophomore Year (2013): Played in 15 games and made three starts ... made his first career start at Georgetown on Sept. 22.

Freshman Year (2012): Did not play.

Before Princeton: A four-year midfielder at Hopkinton High School ... scored 23 goals and added a school record 16 assists as a senior captain ... earned him all-state honors and Tri-Valley League MVP ... member of the Metrowest All-Stars team and the Boston Herald All-Scholastic team ... three-time Eastern Massachusetts All-Star and a Tri-Valley League All-Star ... plays his club soccer for the New England Revolution youth academy ... joined the team in 2009 ... key member of the U16 and U18 Academy teams ... given the 2010-11 New England Revolution Coaches' Award ... on the roster for a New England Revolution Reserve Team match in 2011 ... attended the U14 US National Team camp ... spent three years on the Massachusetts Olympic Development Program (ODP) team and two years with the Region 1 ODP team ... tabbed the No. 91 recruit in the nation by the soccer website TopDrawerSoccer.com.

 Year  GP-GS  G  A  Pts.
 2013  15-3  0  0  0
 2015  9-2  1  0  2
 Career  24-5  1  0  2
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 155
Year: Senior
Hometown: Hopkinton, Mass.
High School: Hopkinton