Alberici Says - Named a third-team Preseason All-American by Inside Lacrosse magazine. All-America candidate ... one of the most cerebral attackman I've ever coached ... has a great understanding of the game ... well-rounded and versatile player ... great feeder ... one of the top assist-men in the country ... tremendous ability to score ... has good range on his shot ... works well without the ball ... outstanding rider ... good ground ball player ... possesses a very complete game ... outstanding leader ... captain of our offense.
2010: Paced the team with 67 points and 38 assists ... ranked second on the squad with 29 goals ... led the Patriot League and ranked third nationally in assists per game (2.24) ... led the conference and listed ninth in the nation with 3.94 points per game ... shared the team lead with six man-up goals ... named to the All-Patriot League first team ... selected as the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week after helping to lead Army to a 7-6 victory over Navy (Apr. 17) in the annual Star game ... twice named the Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week ... registered at least four points in 10 of the Black Knights' 17 games, including an eight-point outburst in Army's 15-14 victory over conference rival Lafayette (Apr. 20) ... began the season by scoring three goals and dishing out three assists as Army edged VMI, 11-9 (Feb. 20) ... posted one goal and three helpers in the Black Knights' 7-6 setback to Bryant (Feb. 23) ... recorded two goals and three assists in Army's regular season loss to Syracuse (Feb. 28) ... registered consecutive three-point games against Cornell (Mar. 6) and Air Force (Mar. 13) ... exploded for seven points (two goals, five assists) in Army's 11-8 home win over Rutgers (Mar. 20) ... posted two goals and three assists as the Black Knights began Patriot League play with a 9-5 road win at Lehigh (Mar. 23) ... tallied three goals and two assists in Army's 11-10 victory versus Colgate (Apr. 3) ... assisted on two goals as Army nipped Bucknell, 7-6, in the teams' regular season clash (Apr. 10) ... scored three goals and handed out one assist in the Black Knights' 7-6 regular season triumph over Navy (Apr. 17) ... turned in career performance against Lafayette, scoring three goals and assisting on five others as Army rallied to the one-goal victory ... the eight points rank tied for fourth on the Academy's single-game scoring ledger ... finished the regular season by scoring one goal and handing out one assist in the Black Knights' 13-10 home win over Holy Cross (Apr. 24) ... shined in the Patriot League Tournament, totaling nine points in wins over Bucknell and Navy ... began the tournament with a one goal, three assist performance in the Black Knights' 9-7 victory over the Bison ... added two goals and three assists in Army's 11-8 win over the Midshipmen in the Patriot League Tournament championship game ... earned all-tournament team honors ... posted two goals and one assist in Army's 9-8 double-overtime upset of No. 2-ranked Syracuse (May 16) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... scored once in the Black Knights' 14-5 setback to Cornell (May 23) in the NCAA quarterfinals ... named the team's Ray Enners award winner as the Offensive MVP.
2009: Finished second on the team with 51 points on 26 goals and a team-best 25 assists ... ranked 19th nationally and sixth in the Patriot League with 3.19 points per game ... finished 19th in the country and fourth in the conference with 1.56 assists per game ... 1.62 goals per game ranked seventh in the PL ... started the season with two goals and four assists in win over VMI (Feb. 14) ... tallied one goal and three assists at Syracuse (Feb. 20) ... netted two goals versus Cornell (Feb. 28) ... assisted on a goal vs. Bryant (Mar. 4) ... had two goals and two assists versus Air Force (Mar. 7) ... logged back-to-back five-point games with three goals and two assists versus Rutgers (Mar. 14) and Lehigh (Mar. 17) ... registered a goal and an assist at Holy Cross (Mar. 21) ... tallied two goals versus Hofstra (Mar. 24) and Colgate (Mar. 29) ... posted three points on two goals and an assist versus Bucknell (Apr. 4) ... had an assist against Navy (Apr. 11) ... credited with a season-high seven points on three goals and four assists, including the game-winner, in come-back win over Lafayette (Apr. 14) ... potted a goal and handed out an assist at Duke (Apr. 18) ... recorded five points on two goals and three assists in season finale opposite Penn (May 2) ... named the Gen. George Ruhlen Award winner as the team's most improved player.
2008: Played 15 games with three starts on his way to finishing fifth on the team in scoring with 27 points as a plebe ... member of a man-up unit that finished eighth nationally (.439) ... totaled 11 goals and 16 assists ... assist total was second on the team ... burst onto the scene with a goal and five assists in first collegiate game versus VMI (Feb. 16) to earn Patriot Leauge Rookie of the Week Honors (Feb. 18) ... tallied five points on four goals and an assist versus Air Force (Mar. 1) ... credited with two goals and an assist in victory over Rutgers (Mar. 15) ... dished out three assists against Holy Cross (Mar. 22) ... added a goal and an assist in the victory at Hofstra (Mar. 25) ... scored what proved to be the eventual game-winning goal along with an assist to upend archrival Navy (Apr. 12) ... named PL Rookie of the Week for his efforts (Apr. 14) ... assisted on two goals in the Patriot League Semifinals versus Bucknell (Apr. 25).
Prior to West Point: Academic All-American out of Baldwinsville High School outside of Syracuse, N.Y., under coach Peter Fiorini ... lettered three years and was a two-year captain for the Bees ... led Section 3 in goals as a senior ... three-sport athlete that also played football and basketball ... standout quarterback for the Bees that garnered second team All-Central New York plaudits ... captain and three-year letterwinner ... also lettered two years as a guard in basketball.
Personal: Born Jeremy Gregory Boltus on June 25, 1989 in Syracuse, N.Y. ... parents are Greg and Maryann Boltus ... has two brothers, Jason and Jeff ...brother, Jason, graduated from Hartwick (N.Y.) College as the all-time D-III leader in total yards (14,231) and is currently a QB for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League (CFL) ... finished in the top 10 percent of his H.S. graduating class ... favorite TV shows are Entourage and Seinfeld ... majoring in Systems Engineering.