2014: Saw action in 12 games for the Black Knights in his third season ... picked up 10 ground balls and caused seven turnovers as part of the top-ranked defense in the nation ... had two ground balls and three caused turnovers against Rutgers on March 4 ... had two ground balls against UMass on Feb. 8 and followed that with three more at VMI on Feb. 16 ... caused two turnovers against the Keydets.
2013: Played significantly in all 14 games on defense, which finished the year ranked third nationally in scoring defense (7.79 goals per game) ... finished the season ranked fourth on the team with 10 caused turnovers ... collected a career-high four CTs in the Black Knights' 10-8 non-league win at Rutgers (Mar. 9) ... added nine ground balls on the year.
2012: Drew action in two games as a rookie ... took seven face-offs in a 24-7 rout of visiting Wagner (Feb. 15) in his collegiate debut ... also played late in a 15-6 Patriot League victory over Holy Cross (Apr. 21).
Prior to West Point: Played the 2010-11 season at the USMA Prep School under head coach Tom Hansen ... local product out of James I. O'Neill High School, located just outside the gates of West Point ... earned all-section honors as a senior after making the honorable mention list as a junior ... all-section hockey player for the Raiders ... National Honor Society member ... switched from short to long pole in high school ... began playing lacrosse in seventh grade.
Personal: Sean Patrick Jollota was born on March 15, 1992, in Fort Campbell, Ky. ... son of Chief Warrant Officer Daniel and Jane Jollota ... both parents are West Point graduates ... father was a Black Hawk pilot who flew the Combat Search and Rescue team during a mission to rescue two top lieutenants out of capture in Somalia in 1993 ... the mission itself was captured later in the major motion picture Black Hawk Down ... enjoys snowboarding ... has played hockey since the age of five ... major is Nuclear Engineering.