2013: Boltus appeared in 10 games for the Outlaws, finishing with 10 goals and six assists for 16 total points...Ranked second in the league with a .588 shooting percentage (10 goals on 17 shots)... Acquired via trade in exchange for Peet Poillon on Sept. 13, 2012.
2012: The Charlotte Hounds acquired Boltus in the 2012 Expansion Draft, selecting him 2nd overall. The attackman played in 11 games of the franchise's inaugural season before an ACL tear ended his year early. Prior to the injury, Boltus had tallied at least 1 point in 24 straight MLL games. And even with a shortened schedule he finished third in each of the Hounds' offensive categories, recording 17 goals (including one 2-pointer) and 12 assists for 30 points. Boltus also had a team-best shooting percentage (for players with at least 30 shots) of 39.5%.
2011: Boltus was the Hamilton Nationals' final selection in the 2011 Collegiate Draft, going in the 8th round and 43rd overall. Appearing in all 12 games for the Nationals, the attackman was the team’s leading scorer with 19 goals and also contributed 11 assists. Boltus’ 30 points were highest among MLL rookies, a leading factor to him being chosen as the 2011 Cascade MLL Rookie of the Year. Boltus tallied at least 1 point in all 12 regular-season games as well as the Nationals' semi-final and Championship games. Boltus also tied the team's single-game record of 7 goals.
Boltus played in 63 games and made 51 starts for the Black Knights. The attackman finished his career ranked second on Army's all-time points (214) and assists (124) lists. Those numbers also land him third all-time in the Patriot League for each respective category. Boltus is one of four players to reach 200 points and three players to reach 100 assists in Army's 94-year history. His 45 assists in 2011 tie both the Academy’s and League’s single-season records. Boltus was named First Team All-Patriot League for the second straight year in 2011, and also was honored that season with USILA All-America Team and Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year. The Army senior co-captain was first player to represent the Academy as a Tewaaraton Trophy finalist.
Jeremy is a 1st Lt. in the U.S. Army, stationed at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, CO. While attending the United States Military Academy at West Point, he majored in Systems Engineering, and post-graduation chose to pursue the Field Artillery branch. Jeremy has two brothers, Jason and Jeff, and Jason is a quarterback in the CFL for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Jeremy enjoys anything that has to do with sports, no matter what the season is. He has two dogs, Rudy and Misha, and enjoys watching Seinfeld, Entourage, and Modern Family.