A three-time All-American and national champion at Princeton University, Jesse Hubbard has been just as dynamic as a professional lacrosse player.
The attackman is a three-time Major League Lacrosse All-Star selection and has led the league in goal scoring three times as a member of the New Jersey pride.
He shares his lacrosse skills every summer in Virginia as the founder and director of the Jesse Hubbard Lacrosse Experience.
As Olympians speed by Jay Jalbert's camera, little do they know another world-class athlete is documenting their exploits.
Jalbert, one of the top lacrosse players in the world, is also a filmmaker for Jalbert Productions, a family company Joe Jalbert, Jay's father, founded in the early 1970s. The company's a top producer of outdoor and action sports games, and documents - among other things - the United States Ski and Snowboard teams. It's done four official films for the Winter Olympics.
And while Olympic sports do not include lacrosse, you can bet Jay Jalbert, a member of the U.S. National Team, will be a part of it if it's ever added.
As a collegiate star at the University of Virginia, Jalbert earned All-American honors three times (first team 1999, 2000; honorable mention 1998) and won a national championship in 1999. As a professional, Jalbert's been just as dominant. In 2003, he won the Major League Lacrosse MVP award as he led the Long Island Lizards to a championship. As a member of the National Lacrosse League's Colorado Mammoth, Jalbert's a three-time all-star selection.