Jacksonville Adds Two Transfer at Attack

(Photo Credit: Jacksonville Athletics)

Jacksonville University has announced the additions of two transfer attackmen that both happen to be New Jersey natives. James Bohlinger is transferring from Saint Joesphs and Kieran Byrnes from Villanova.

Kieran Byrnes is transferring to Jacksonville as a fifth year senior after playing three seasons at Villanova. Byrnes took a medical redshirt his sophomore year at Villanova which gave him a fifth year that he will use at Jacksonville. Byrnes played in seven games in 2018 as he had two goals and one ground balls. Over the course of his college career thus far he has four goals and one ground ball.

James Bohlinger played one season at Saint Joseph's in 2017 and then sat out last year for whatever reasons. During his freshman yer at Saint Joseph's Bohlinger would have six goals and three ground balls as he was the highest scoring freshman on the team. Bohlinger also made the NEC All-Rookie team as a freshman at Saint Joesph's.