Fresh off new highs in his Squat and Power Clean, Joel finished the fall semester as strong and as fit as ever. He has that sense of urgency, realizing what he needs to do to make his final season his best. Joel is working hard to expand his role with the team, concentrating on his defense to go along with his face-off game. The man can knock you into next week, but there is a caring side as well. Joel has been making an impact in the community, leading the team's charge at the Fox Point School and Mrs. DeMillo's 3rd grade classroom, amongst other activities...2008: Earned one start while playing nine games for the Bears...Registered an assist vs. Providence...Picked-up 12 ground balls...2007: Saw action in nine games, primarily as a face-off man...Captured 5 of 10 face-offs vs. Vermont...Picked up one ground ball...2006: Played in 10 games for the Bears...Also faced-off for Brown, winning 25 of 68 face-offs (.368)...Picked-up five ground balls...Secondary School Background: A graduate of Dulaney High School where he lettered in lacrosse (3) and football (2)...Lacrosse and football captain as a senior...Captured 264 of 374 face-offs (.705) and picked up 141 ground balls...Honorable mention All-Towson Times...Played for Dulaney teams that earned three county championships and two state championships...Played every position on defense in football his senior year...Honor Roll student all four years...Personal: The son of Peter and Linda Tracy of Lutherville...Has a brother, Josh...History/Economics concentrator.