In 2002: Was terrific again as a junior, garnering Patriot League Co-Defensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Patriot League accolades … Started all 13 games in the crease and logged a .610 save percentage and 8.85 goals-against average … Ranked first in PL in GAA and third in save percentage … ranked seventh nationally in save percentage and 24th in GAA … Logged season-high 19 saves in key 8-5 league win over Army … Added 18 stops against North Carolina … Allowed nine goals or less eight times, including a three-game stretch in which he yielded a total of only 10 goals. In 2001: Turned in brilliant sophomore season, playing all but 58 minutes in goal and leading Bucknell to a Patriot League title … Second Team All-Patriot League selection … Led the league and ranked seventh nationally in both goals-against average (7.83) and save percentage (.622) … Latter figure was 10th-best in Bucknell history … Piled up career-high 26 saves in 12-4 win over Hobart … Had 15 or more saves five times. In 2000: Split time in goal with senior keeper Andy Smith ... In six starts, carried a 7.62 goals against average and a .605 save percentage. Personal: Son of Daniel Sussman and Luiann Greer ... Majoring in management ... Dean’s List student and member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll … Was a finalist for the Kelly Player of the Year award in Maryland ... Named to the All-Baltimore first team in lacrosse ... Selected to the second team all-state for lacrosse ... Also earned two varsity letters in soccer.
According to Jamieson: “Justin has All-America potential and is one of the most exciting players I’ve had the pleasure to watch on a lacrosse field. He is the kind of goalie that can demoralize an opponent when he’s having a good day. He also provides exceptional leadership skills. Justin just loves to play.”