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2010 Men’s Lacrosse Table of Contents

Quick Facts/Contents . .................................................1 About Stony Brook.................................................. 2-10 2010 Outlook...........................................................11-13 Coaching Staff....................................................... 14-15 2010 Roster..................................................................16 Meet the Seawolves............................................... 18-28 America East Conference...........................................30 2009 Results........................................................... 31-33 2010 Opponents...........................................................34 Records/History..................................................... 35-42 Seawolves Administration.................................... 44-46 Athletic Communications...........................................47

Athletic Communications

Lacrosse Contact:...................................................Adam Gutes Office:.................................................................631-632-7125 Cell:....................................................................631-374-7538 Email:........................................adam.gutes@stonybrook.edu Assistants:............................... Jeremy Cohen, Craig Schroeder Office Fax:..............................................................631-632-8841 Press Box:..............................................................631-632-4037 Website:.................................................... www.goseawolves.org Mailing Address:......................................Stony Brook University Indoor Sports Complex Stony Brook, N.Y. 11794-3500

Credits: The 2010 Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse media guide is a publication of the Stony Brook Athletics Communication Office. Written and designed by Phil Hess and Adam Gutes. Editorial assistance provided by the Athletics Communications staff. Photos by Bob O’Rourk and Phil Hess.

University Information

School:.......................................... Stony Brook University Location:................................................Stony Brook, N.Y. Founded:...................................................................1957 Enrollment:.............................................................24,692 Nickname:........................................................ Seawolves Colors:............................................... Red, Blue and Grey Affiliation:................................................ NCAA Division I Conference:................................................. America East Stadium:..................................... LaValle Stadium (8,136) President:.......... Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. (Chicago, ‘76) Athletics Director:........................ Jim Fiore (Hofstra, ‘91) Sr. Assoc. AD/SWA:............. Donna Woodruff (Penn, ‘90) Athletics Phone:........................................ 631-632-7205 Ticket Office Phone:................................ 631-632-WOLF

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:..............Rick Sowell (Washington Coll., ‘86) Record at SBU:....................................... 24-18 (3 yrs.) Career Record:...................................... 63-73 (10 yrs.) Office Phone:............................................. 631-632-7219 Asst. Coach:..... Jimmy Montana (Quinnipiac, ‘06), 4th yr. Asst. Coach:... Ryan Wellner (Mary Washington, ‘00), 2nd yr. Strenghth & Conditioning Coach:......... David Van Dyke Athletic Trainer:.................................... Kathy Koshansky

Team Information

Total Home Away Neutral 2009 Record: 9-6 5-3 4-3 0-0 2009 America East Rec.: 4-1 2-1 2-0 0-0 America East Finish:.................................................T-1st Starters Returning/Lost:.............................................9/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.................................23/9 Newcomers:....................................................................6 Roster Breakdown (Sr./Jr./So./Fr.):.....................9/8/10/4

Lacrosse History

First Year of Lacrosse:............................................. 1983 All-Time Record (26 seasons):.................201-174 (.536) America East Regular Season Titles (Last):......1 (2009) America East Tournament Titles (Last):............1 (2002) NCAA Tournaments:....................................................... 1

Stadium Quick Facts General

Architect Richard Dattner General Contractor Tyree Organization Broke Ground May 2000 Capacity 8,136 Chairback Seating 500 on east side Surface Field Turf (artificial surface with sand and rubber granules infill with subsurface drainage system) - New 89,298 sq. ft. surface installed in June 2009 Luxury Suites Four, plus two open-air reception areas

Unique Characteristics ■ Stadium is 10-feet below ground ■ Home to: football, M&W lacrosse, M&W soccer ■ Entrances: four (Northeast, East Center, Southeast, Southwest) ■ 2 Paver Circles: Northeast & Southeast ■ Entrances (25 feet in diameter and each holds 4,250 pavers

LaValle Highlights Sept. 14, 2002 Chad King christens the new stadium by taking the opening kickoff and returning it 94 yards for a touchdown as Stony Brook went on to defeat St. John’s, 34-9, before a sellout crowd of 8,136 Oct. 19, 2002 Stony Brook officially names the facility in honor of N.Y. State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle, who was instrumental in bringing the stadium to Stony Brook. April 27, 2004 Stony Brook lacrosse defeats Hofstra, 9-6, before a record crowd of 3,750 in the first-ever meeting between Long Island’s two Division I lacrosse teams. May 20, 2006 Stony Brook University hosts the NCAA Men’s Lacrosee North Quarterfinals before a sellout crowd of 8,335, the largest crowd in Stony Brook history.

Outlook

This could be the season in which

ference championship game, finish-

and will be the go-to guy again for the

Stony Brook emerges as one of the na-

ing 9-6 overall and 4-1 in the league.

Seawolves.

tion’s best men’s lacrosse teams. “From

Stony Brook earned its most victories

the minute we stepped on the field after

since 2005, which had been the last

a medical redshirt season and had a

the America East championship game

time it made the conference final.

breakout year for Stony Brook in 2009.

last season, our focus has been on re-

Attack

turning to that game in 2010,” coach

Senior Tom Compitello came off

Moving to attack, he flourished in his new role, scoring 13 goals and setting

Rick Sowell said. “I could not be hap-

With the return of 95 percent of its

up many of McBride’s goals with his

pier with the way we have gone about

goal-scoring from 2009, a season in

team-leading 25 assists. His posses-

our business preparing for the season.

which Stony Brook averaged more than

sion skills behind the net provided a big

It was clear from day one the team was

11 goals per game, offense should not

boost to the SBU offense.

motivated to improve. The combina-

pose a problem in 2010.

tion of talent, confidence, experience

Junior Jordan McBride averaged

turned into another potent stick on of-

and motivation is dangerous, and we

more than 40 goals during his first two

fense, scoring 18 goals as a freshman

have all of it.”

seasons and is poised to challenge

and proving to be an accurate shooter.

On offense the Seawolves are es-

SBU’s all-time scoring records. After

sentially intact from a year ago. They

a 42-goal season, McBride earned

first career point in 2009 and will be

lose a total of eight goals from 2009,

honorable mention All-American and

getting more playing time in 2010. Se-

a season in which their attack ranked

first-team All-America East honors for a

nior Tyler Hope brings two years of

ninth in the nation in goals per game,

second straight season. A quick shot

junior college experience to the team.

ninth in ground balls per game and first

with uncanny accuracy, he places well

He totaled 28 goals in two seasons at

in face-off percentage. The starting at-

over 70 percent of his shots on goal

Suffolk Community College. Freshman

Sophomore Kyle Belton quickly

Junior Brett Drost picked up his

tack and midfield positions all re-

Tim Hawkins, a local product from

turn, giving SBU one of the top re-

Rocky Point, will round out what

turning offensive machines in the

should be a potent position for

nation. The one loss among the

Stony Brook.

starters comes on defense, where

the Seawolves have a number

tack; we have a really nice blend

of capable players ready to step

of players there,” Sowell said. “Of

into a starting role. And the start-

course, it all starts with Jordan

ing goalkeeper from a year ago is

McBride, who will draw a lot of at-

back as well.

tention from our opponents. Tom

Stony Brook finished the 2009

Compitello has shown that he can

season ranked in the top 20 for the

make plays, either scoring on his

first time in program history and

own or setting up other players.

earned a number of top 20 posi-

He really takes the pressure off

tions in the 2010 preseason polls.

our midfielders. Kyle Belton came

The Seawolves tied perennial

on strong his first year for us and

power UMBC for first place in the

showed improvement in the fall.

final America East standings and battled the Retrievers in the con-

Jordan McBride was once again among the nation’s most prolific scorers, tallying 42 goals in 2009.

“I like what I see with our at-

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Outlook us this season.”

Midfield

Much like the attack position, the

a career-best 58 ground balls and fin-

ished among the America East leaders

comes at short stick defense with the

in goals, assists and ground balls.

graduation of Taylor Eason ’09 after

Campbell

a solid career. Sophomore Jared Le-

Stony Brook midfield returns virtually

made an immediate impact, finishing

Verne was impressive as a freshman

everyone from 2009. The Seawolves

third on the team with 21 goals and add-

playing in every game on his way to

lost only two letterwinners at the posi-

ing 12 assists. Junior Timmy Trenkle

America East All-Rookie honors, scor-

tion who saw significant playing time,

emerged as a starter last season and

ing four goals and finishing among the

and with three all-conference perform-

responded with 16 goals.

team leaders with 37 ground balls.

ers back, the position will be talented

Sophomore

Robbie

One of Stony Brook’s few losses

Senior Chris Scott played in ev-

ery game for SBU in 2009, scoring a career-high seven goals, including four against Albany in the America East semifinals. Sophomore Graham Adams had a three-goal game against UMBC and should see more playing time in 2010.

Sophomore Tyler McCabe is in his

first season at Stony Brook after transferring from Quinnipiac. He scored two goals in six games as a freshman. Senior Paul Randazzo will battle for playing time after getting into three games

No one was better at the face-off “X” than Adam Rand who led all of Division I by winning over 63 percent of his attempts.

in his first season with the program in 2009.

“This is just like our attack; all of

Junior Vonzell LeGall also had a

our guys are back,” Sowell said. “With

A first team All-America East selection in 2009, Kevin Crowley is already among SBU’s all-time leaders in assists and points.

Crowley, Trenkle and Campbell all re-

solid season, seeing action in every

turning, we think that this is a very for-

game but one and contributing a goal

midable group. Crowley is a player that

and an assist. Freshman JJ Laforet

can both score goals and set up his

adds to the growing contingent of Ca-

and deep.

teammates to score. Campbell scored

nadian players at SBU, coming out of

Junior Kevin Crowley, a two-time

33 points as a freshman, had a great

Ontario, where he gained plenty of ex-

first-team all-America East selection,

fall and is in great shape; he can be a

perience playing Junior A lacrosse.

is a do-it-all player for the Seawolves.

very versatile player for us. Timmy has

He is equally adept at scoring and set-

a split-dodge that is as good as any out

lete of the Year in 2009, senior Steven

ting up goals. Last season he led the

there, so we expect great things from

Waldeck flourished as SBU’s long stick

team in points, putting in a career-high

our first midfield. We also feel that we

middie in 2009. He was an All-America

28 goals and recording 23 assists to

have good depth with our second mid-

East selection, and his tenacity on de-

give him a hand in nearly a third of the

field line. Most of them gained valuable

fense and on face-offs resulted in career

Seawolves’ goals. He also picked up

game experience last year.”

highs in ground balls (96) and caused

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Named Stony Brook’s Male Ath-

Outlook turnovers (21). He

as get time at close

ranked seventh in

defense.”

the nation in ground

Goalkeeper

balls per game and among the national

long pole leaders

is another position

with five goals and

for Stony Brook that

five assists.

will be in solid, expe-

After

leading

Goalkeeping

rienced hands. Senior Char-

the nation by win-

ning nearly 64 per-

lie Paar is back after

cent of his attempts,

starting the first 12

junior Adam Rand

games of the 2009

returns to handle

season. In his first

the

face-offs

for

season with the Sea-

Stony Brook.

He

wolves, the former

won more than 50 percent of his faceoffs in every game but two and finished

junior A three-time All-America East pick, Steven Waldeck was among the national leaders in ground balls as well as scoring for long stick middies with 10 points.

in the top 30 nationally in ground balls per game.

Defense

Senior Chris Gignilliat, an all-

America East pick in 2006, came back last season after missing all of 2008 with an injury, starting every game and providing solid, experienced play. Senior Michael Sopko brings 40 games of experience to this defense and was among the team leaders in caused turnovers in 2009.

Junior Bryan Reinert and sopho-

more Greg Miceli, who saw significant playing time a year ago, will have their roles expanded in 2010. Reinert, who was quite impressive in the fall, played in a career-best 11 games last season. Miceli had a solid season as a freshman, picking up 16 ground balls and

Sophomores

Robert

Gibson,

Savaughn Greene and Steve Kaufman and freshman Devin Feeney will provide depth.

All-

American won seven of his starts and recorded 36 ground balls. Injured in the

causing four turnovers.

college

“We feel that we have enough tal-

ent and experience on defense this season to improve upon years past,” Sowell said. “We have three seniors back; Chris Gignilliat for a fifth year, and he is healthy for the first time in his career. Mike Sopko is also back for his senior season and gives us plenty of experience at close defense. And of course we have Steven Waldeck, our team MVP a year ago. Bryan Reinert had an impressive fall and we expect him to step in and start along with

Hofstra game, he is back to full strength and will be the starter again. Backing him up will be senior Rob Camposa. He stepped in when Paar was hurt and helped lead the Seawolves into the America East final with a pair of wins over Albany, reaching double figures in saves in each of his three starts at the end of the season.

“Charlie Paar coming back healthy

for us in goal is a plus,” Sowell said. “He is a leader and takes great command over our defense.

He really

showed what he can do this past fall and I think getting that first year under his belt has helped his confidence and will help our overall team defense.”

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Coaching Staff

Rick Sowell Head Coach

Fourth Season Washington College, 1986 In just three seasons at Stony Brook, head coach Rick Sowell has guided the Seawolves lacrosse program to a position as one of the top teams in the America East Conference as well as a one that is ranked in the top-25 nationally. He arrived at SBU in August of 2006 after three years at St. John’s where he restarted a program that had been idle since 1994. He also had highly successful coaching stints at Dartmouth College and Georgetown University. Last season Sowell, who will be an assistant coach for Team USA at the 2010 World Championships in England, led Stony Brook to its best record in five years, finishing 9-6 overall and ranked #20 in the USILA Coaches Poll, the first time the Seawolves have been ranked at the end of a season. Stony Brook finished tied for first in the America East Conference with a 4-1 record, another best for the program, and made an appearance in the America East Championship game for the first time since 2005. Over his first two seasons at Stony Brook, Sowell compiled a 15-12 record, including a pair of wins over nationally ranked opponents. In both seasons he guided the Seawolves to a berth in the America East Tournament. During his time at Stony Brook he has seen his team produce a two-time All-American, nine different All-America East players, an America East Rookie of the Year and the individual national champion in face-off percentage. Prior to Stony Brook, Sowell was tapped to head the rebirth and start up of the St. John’s lacrosse program in 2003 after leading two of the top programs in collegiate lacrosse to national acclaim. After a year of building the program back up, Sowell led the Red Storm back onto the field for the first time in 11 years in 2005. From 1999-2003 Sowell was the head coach at Dartmouth where he revived the Big Green program, taking the team from last to first place in the Ivy League during his five years at the helm. During his fifth and final season in 2003 with the Big Green, Sowell’s squad posted an 11-3 record, 5-1 in the Ivy League, en route to a conference title and an appearance in the NCAA tournament. During the title run, the Big Green registered a road victory at No. 2 Princeton, its first win at Princeton since 1958. Under Sowell’s leadership the Big Green steadily improved, with four studentathletes earning All-New England honors, two receiving All-Ivy honors and several receiving academic awards. Sowell was also named the NEILA Coach of the Year in 2003. From 1990-1998, he served as an assistant coach at Georgetown University where the Hoyas grew from an also-ran to a national contender in Division I, participating in the 1997 and 1998 NCAA Tournament. In 1998, the Hoyas finished 10-5 overall and advanced to the quarterfinal round before falling to top-seed Loyola, 12-11.

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From 1988-1991, Sowell spent three years as the head coach of the boy’s lacrosse team at Mount St. Albans High School in Washington, D.C. While at there he also served as an assistant football coach. Sowell’s coaching career began at Washington College in Chestertown, Md. where he helped guide the Shoremen to the NCAA Division III national title game in 1986 and the semifinal round in 1987. Before dedicating his life to coaching, Sowell played lacrosse at all levels. He began his college career in 1982 at the State University of New York in Cobleskill, transferring to Washington College prior to the 1984 season. As a member of the Shoremen, Sowell was named the 1985 Division III National Midfielder of the Year and was also a two-time All-American. He helped lead Washington College to the Division III national championship game twice. In Sowell’s senior campaign he was team captain and earned the Dr. Charles B. Clark MVP Award. He was also named the Best Athlete by Washington College’s Athletic Council. His 45 goals and 14 assists earned him first team Division III All-America honors and an invitation to participate in the annual North/South All-Star game. In the professional ranks Sowell spent five years with the Baltimore Thunder of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League (MILL). While there he was a first team All-Pro selections three times. Sowell graduated in 1986 with a bachelor’s degree in history. He was inducted into the Washington College Hall of Fame on October 21, 2000. Sowell, and his wife, Catherine, live in Malverne, N.Y., with their daughters, Kennady and Avery.

Coaching Staff Jimmy Montana

Ryan Wellner

Fourth Season Quinnipiac, 2006

Second Season Mary Washington, 2000

Assistant Coach

Jimmy Montana is in his fourth season at Stony Brook, joining the staff in 2006 after graduating from Quinnipiac University where he was a four-year letterwinner for the Bobcats. His primary duties for Stony Brook will be working with the offense and the goalkeepers. Montana has also coached at several youth lacrosse camps on the East Coast, including the Princeton University Lacrosse Camp. A native of Long Island, Montana was an All-Long Island and All-County selection at Hicksville and Kellenberg Memorial high schools.

Assistant Coach

Beginning his second year on the coaching staff at Stony Brook is Ryan Wellner. He brings a wealth of lacrosse experience to the staff and will assist with the defense as well handling responsibility for the operation of the substitution box during games. Wellner comes to Stony Brook after spending a season as the men’s assistant coach and defensive coordinator at Washington & Lee University in Virginia, helping the Generals to a 9-6 record. Prior to W&L he served as the defensive coordinator for three seasons at the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey where he helped lead the Ducks to a pair of NCAA Tournament berths. Wellner’s defenses produced a pair of All-America defensemen and ranked among the Top 10 in Division III in scoring defense. A 2000 graduate of Mary Washington College with a bachelor of science in business management, Wellner also served as an assistant coach at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (2004) and Chaminade High School (2003), was the co-founder and director of the New York Lacrosse Academy and served as the Director of Operations for the National Lacrosse League from 2001-2003. He was a captain and four-year letterwinner for the lacrosse team at Mary Washington, earning the school’s Outstanding Senior Award in 2000.

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Roster 2010 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 6 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 27 29 34 36 37 39 42 43 44 45

Name Nick DiGiacomo Tyler Hope Vonzel LeGall Savaughn Greene John Bella Chris Gignilliat Adam Rand Jordan McBride Kyle Belton Jared LeVerne Rob Camposa Steve Kaufman Bryan Reinert Greg Miceli Brett Drost Dermott Kramer Timmy Trenkle Kevin Crowley Charlie Paar Tom Compitello Steven Waldeck Joseph Laforet Michael Sopko Paul Randazzo Tyler McCabe Robbie Campbell Robert Gibson Devin Feeney Tim Hawkins Chris Scott Graham Adams

Cl./Exp. Pos. Ht. Wt. Fr./HS GK 5-10 180 Sr./TR A 6-1 200 Jr./2L M 5-9 180 So./1L D 6-3 200 Jr./2L GK 5-11 205 Sr./3L D 5-11 205 Jr./2L M 5-11 185 Jr./2L A 6-0 205 So./1L A 6-2 180 So./1L M 5-10 167 Sr./3L GK 6-5 195 So./1L D 6-2 190 Jr./2L D 6-0 190 So./1L D 5-10 185 Jr./2L A 5-9 155 So./1L M 6-0 205 Jr./2L M 6-3 160 Jr./2L M 6-4 200 Sr./1L G 5-8 200 Sr./2L A 5-10 190 Sr./3L D 6-1 198 Fr./HS M 6-0 175 Sr./3L D 5-11 185 Sr./1L M 6-0 180 So./TR M 5-10 175 So./1L M 6-2 215 So./1L D 5-10 180 Fr./HS D 6-1 185 Fr./HS A 6-3 170 Sr./2L A 5-9 180 So./1L A 5-9 175

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

Hometown (High School/Prev. School) Centereach, N.Y. (Centereach) Centereach, N.Y. (Centereach/Suffolk CC) Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (Saratoga Springs) White Plains, N.Y.(White Plains) Oceanside, N.Y. (Oceanside) Cicero, N.Y. (Cicero-N. Syracuse) Niantic, Conn. (East Lyme) New Westminster, B.C. (New Westminster) Langley, B.C. (H.D. Stafford) Jericho, N.Y. (Syosset) Syosset, N.Y. (Syosset) Port Washington, N.Y. (Schreiber) Allentown, Pa. (Parkland) King City, Ont. (Culver Military Acad. (Ind.)) Wading River, N.Y. (Shoreham-Wading River) Freeport, N.Y. (Freeport) Commack, N.Y. (Commack) New Westminster, B.C. (New Westminster) Huntington, N.Y. (Huntington/Nassau CC) Hauppauge, N.Y. (Hauppauge) Levittown, N.Y. (MacArthur) London, Ontario (The Hill Academy) Shoreham, N.Y. (Shoreham-Wading River) Smithtown, N.Y. (Hauppauge/Farmingdale St.) Coram, N.Y. (Mt. Sinai/Quinnipiac) Delta, B.C. (Seaquam) Slate Hill, N.Y. (Minisink Valley) Centereach, N.Y. (Centereach) Rocky Point, N.Y. (Rocky Point) North Babylon, N.Y. (North Babylon) Royal Oak, Mich. (Brother Rice)

No. 45 6 12 37 14 23 21 1 18 42 39 9 4 43 2 15 19 27 3 13 11 36 17 22 10 34 16 44 29 20 24

Name Graham Adams John Bella Kyle Belton Robbie Campbell Rob Camposa Tom Compitello Kevin Crowley Nick DiGiacomo Brett Drost Devin Feeney Robert Gibson Chris Gignilliat Savaughn Greene Tim Hawkins Tyler Hope Steve Kaufman Dermott Kramer Joseph Laforet Vonzel LeGall Jared LeVerne Jordan McBride Tyler McCabe Greg Miceli Charlie Paar Adam Rand Paul Randazzo Bryan Reinert Chris Scott Michael Sopko Timmy Trenkle Steven Waldeck

Head Coach: Rick Sowell (Washington Coll. ’86), 4th year Assistant Coaches: Jimmy Montana (Quinnipiac, ’06), 4th year; Ryan Wellner (Mary Washington, ’00), 2nd year

Seawolves

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Class

Seniors (9) - Camposa, Compitello, Gignilliat, Hope, Paar, Randazzo, Scott, Sopko, Waldeck Juniors (8) - Bella, Crowley, Drost, LeGall, McBride, Rand, Reinert, Trenkle Sophomores (10) - Adams, Belton, Campbell, Gibson, Greene, Kaufman, Kramer, LeVerne, McCabe, Miceli Freshmen (4) - DiGiacomo, Feeney, Hawkins, Laforet

Pronunciation Chris Gignilliat – Gin-lat Savaughn Greene – Saa-vaughn Green Nick DiGIACOMO – Dee-jock-o-mo Greg MICELI – Mi-sell-ee

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Seawolves

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Position

Attack (8) - Adams, Belton, Compitello, Drost, Hawkins, Hope, McBride, Scott Midfield (10) - Campbell, Crowley, Kramer, Laforet, LeGall, LeVerne, McCabe, Rand, Randazzo, Trenkle Defense (9) - Feeney, Gibson, Gignilliat, Greene, Kaufman, Miceli, Reinert, Sopko, Waldeck Goalie (4) - Bella, Camposa, DiGiacomo, Paar

What’s

Seawolves

by

State

British Columbia (4) - Belton, Campbell, Crowley, McBride Connecticut (1) - Rand Michigan (1) - Adams New York (22) - Bella, Camposa, Compitello, DiGiacomo, Drost, Feeney, Gibson, Gignilliat, Greene, Hawkins, Hope, Kaufman, Kramer, LeGall, LeVerne, McCabe, Paar, Randazzo, Scott, Sopko, Trenkle, Waldeck Ontario (2) - Laforet, Miceli Pennsylvania (1) - Reinert

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Seawolf?

In an effort to bring an exciting new identity with its move to the Division I level, thenStony Brook President Dr. John H. Marburger III and Dr. Richard Laskowski announced in 1994 that beginning in the 1994-1995 academic year, the University and its athletic teams would be referred to by their new nickname, Seawolves. The Seawolves became the fourth nickname in the history of Stony Brook and was chosen by a 32-person committee comprised of students, alumni, faculty and administrators. Seawolves was selected from a list of over 200 possible names. A Seawolf is a mythical creature of Tlingit Indian legend that is said to bring good luck to all those who were fortunate enough to see it.

Players

Meet the Seawolves Graham Adams

Kyle Belton

Attack So. • 5-9 • 175 Royal Oak, Mich. Brother Rice Political Science

Attack So. • 6-2 • 180 Langley, B.C. H.D. Stafford Business

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2009: Played in six games in his first season at Stony Brook … America East Honor Roll … in his first career start he tallied a career-high three goals against UMBC (3/28) … scored a goal at Vermont (4/4). High School: A 2008 graduate of Brother Rice High School in Birmingham, Michigan … lettered three times in lacrosse at attack/middie for the Warriors … All-American selection ... allstate, all-region, and all-league pick ... scored 47 goals as a senior ... team captain in 2008 … helped lead his team to a perfect 23-0 in 2008 … team was ranked No. 1 and won the Michigan state championship all four years he was on the team. Personal: Born William Joseph Graham Adams on July 30, 1990 in Royal Oak, Michigan … goes by Graham ... son of William and Elizabeth Adams ... father played hockey at the University of Detroit.

Year 2009

GP/GS 6/3

Adams’ Career Stats

G 4

A 0

Pts. 4

Sh. 7

GB 2

GWG 0

Adams’ Career Bests

Goals...................................................................3, vs. UMBC (3/28/09) Assists............................................................................................ none Points...................................................................3, vs. UMBC (3/28/09) Ground Balls.............................................................................. 1, twice

John Bella

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Goalkeeper Jr. • 5-11 • 205 Oceanside, N.Y. Oceanside History/Sociology

2009: Did not see game action. 2008: Saw action in one game as a backup goalkeeper … stopped the only shot he saw in four minutes against Marist (3/25). High School: A 2007 graduate of Oceanside High School … lettered three times in lacrosse for the Sailors … two-time allcounty selection … named county defensive MVP as a senior … registered a 67 percent save percentage in 2007. Personal: Born John Thomas Bella on April 20, 1989 in Oceanside, New York … son of John and Regina Bella … one sister.

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2009: Started 12 of 15 games as a freshman … fourth on the team in goals with 18 … tied for fifth in points with 22 … five multiple-goal games … 85 percent of his shots were on goal … registered a point in every game but four … started his career off with two goals in the season opener against #2 Virginia (2/20) … set career highs with three assists, five points and three ground balls against Lehigh (3/4) … season best goal scoring streak of five started with a pair of goals at Hartford (4/11) … notched the game winner among his season high three vs. Binghamton (4/18) … pair of goals at Hofstra (4/21) … matched his season best with three goals in the America East Tournament against Albany (4/29). Prior to Stony Brook: Attended Queens University in Charlotte, N.C. for one year … member of the lacrosse team there but did not play. High School: A 2005 graduate of H.D Stafford Secondary School … played for club team New Westminster Salmonbellies of the Junior A League … awarded second team All-Star … totaled 60 points in 2008. Personal: Born Kyle Belton on March 16, 1987 in Vancouver, British Columbia … son of Cal and Norrie Belton.

Year 2009

GP/GS 15/12

Belton’s Career Stats

G 18

A 4

Pts. 22

Sh. 39

Belton’s Career Bests

GB 11

GWG 1

Goals.......................................................................................... 3, twice Assists...................................................................3, vs. Lehigh (3/4/09) Points.....................................................................5, vs. Lehigh (3/4/09) Ground Balls.........................................................3, vs. Lehigh (3/4/09)

Meet the Seawolves Robbie Campbell

Rob Camposa

Midfield So. • 6-2 • 215 Delta, B.C. Seaquam Business/Economics

Goalkeeper Sr. • 6-5 • 195 Syosset, N.Y. Syosset History

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2009: Started all 15 games in his first season at Stony Brook … third on the team with 21 goals and 12 assists … fourth in points with 33 … America East Honor Roll … shared the team lead with two game-winning goals … seven multiplegoal games … scored a goal in every game but two … pair of goals and assists his first time out against #2 Virginia (2/20) … notched the game winners in backto-back games against Lehigh (3/4) and at Siena (3/7) … pair of goals in victories over Hartford (4/11) and vs. Binghamton (4/18) … matched his season best with two assists at #9 Hofstra (4/21) … set career-highs with three goals and three ground balls against Albany (4/25) … closed the season on a sevengame goal scoring streak … scored a pair in the America East Championship against #11 UMBC (5/2). Prior to Stony Brook: Attended the University of British Columbia for two years … member of the football team there. High School: A 2007 graduate of Seaquam Secondary School … played lacrosse, football and basketball there … all-province selection … played for team Canada … most valuable defensive lineman in football as a senior … played club lacrosse for the Delta Islanders … scored 19 goals with 21 assists. Personal: Born Robert Walter John Campbell on July 27, 1989 in New Westminster, British Columbia … son of Jim and Jeannie Campbell … father played volleyball in college.

Year 2009

GP/GS 15/15

Campbell’s Career Stats G 21

A 12

Pts. 33

Sh. 56

Campbell’s Career Bests

GB 10

GWG 2

Goals...................................................................3, vs. Albany (4/25/09) Assists........................................................................................ 2, twice Points.......................................................................................... 4, twice Ground Balls.......................................................3, vs. Albany (4/25/09)

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2009: Played in seven games in goal … started the last three after injury forced out Charlie Paar … won back-to-back games against Albany (4/25 & 4/29), stopping 14 and 15 shots, respectively … five ground balls in the second meeting with the Great Danes in the America East semifinals … upped his career-high in saves to 16 in the America East finals at UMBC (5/2). 2008: Saw action in six games as a sophomore … earned the starting job in goal over the last four games of the season … picked up the win with four saves in the second half against Siena (3/8) … played his first entire game at Binghamton (4/19) … helped the Seawolves to a key overtime win with nine saves and six ground balls … career-high 14 saves against Hofstra (4/22) as well as matching his previous best with six ground balls … 11 saves in the America East Tournament vs. Albany (5/2). 2007: Played in three games as a backup goalie … made a pair of saves. High School: A 2006 graduate of Syosset High School … a three-time letterwinner and two-time captain for the Braves … all-county team as a junior and senior … named most outstanding player as a senior … also played football and basketball … captain of the football team … team MVP in hoops and captained the team for two years. Personal: Born Robert James Camposa on November 17, 1987 … nickname is Rob … son of Dorothy and Robert Camposa … has a brother and a sister … has three uncles that played lacrosse; two at Navy and one at Harvard.

Year GP/GS 2007 3/0 2008 6/5 2009 7/3 Totals 16/8

Camposa’s Career Stats

Min. 13:30 286:39 187:02 487:11

GA 3 56 39 98

GAA 13.33 11.72 12.51 12.06

Sv. 2 51 48 101

Sv.% .400 .477 .552 .508

Camposa’s Career Bests

Saves.................................................................... 16, at UMBC (5/2/09) Ground Balls.............................................................................. 6, twice

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Meet the Seawolves Tom Compitello

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Midfield Sr. • 5-10 • 190 Hauppauge, N.Y. Hauppauge Athletic Training

2009: Emerged as one of the top playmakers in the America East after a breakout junior season … earned the starting nod after the first four games … led the team with 25 assists … that total ranks 12th all-time in a single season at Stony Brook … 12th in the nation in assists per game at 1.67 … America East Honor Roll … assist in every game but one … two or more in a game on six occasions … three assists vs. Delaware (3/14) … pair of goals and three assists at Lafayette (3/17) … career-high three goals at Denver (3/21) … new career best of six ground balls vs. UMBC (3/28) … matched his career-high with three goals against Albany (4/25) … next game against the Great Danes in the America East semifinals he scored two more and established new highs of four assists and six points. 2008: Redshirted. 2007: Played in six games as a freshman … scored his first collegiate goal against Marist (3/20) … also picked up three ground balls in that game. High School: A 2006 graduate of Hauppauge High School … a four-year letterwinner for the Eagles in lacrosse … an all-county selection in lacrosse and football … also lettered in football and baseball. Personal: Born Thomas Compitello on February 10, 1988 … son of Kathleen and Thomas Compitello … one brother. Year GP/GS 2007 6/0 2008 Redshirted 2009 15/11 Totals 21/11

Compitello’s Career Stats G 1

A 0

Pts. 1

Sh. 2

GB 4

GWG 0

13 14

25 25

38 39

43 45

27 31

0 0

Compitello’s Career Bests

Goals.......................................................................................... 3, twice Assists.................................................................4, vs. Albany (4/29/09) Points...................................................................6, vs. Albany (4/29/09) Ground Balls.......................................................6, vs. UMBC (3/28/09)

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Kevin Crowley

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Midfield Jr. • 6-4 • 200 New Westminster, B.C. New Westminster/Simon Fraser Business/ Psychology

2009: Another outstanding season as a sophomore … first team All-America East for a second straight year … named to the Tewaaraton Award watch list at the beginning of the season … second on the team in both goals (28) and assists (23) … first in points at 51 … also named to the America East All-Tournament and All-Academic teams … finished 13th in the nation in points per game with a 3.40 average … new careerhigh with 58 ground balls … at least one point in every game … two or more 12 times … set career-highs in goals (4) and points (7) in the win over Lehigh (3/4)… two goals, three assists and seven ground balls in the win at Lafayette (3/17) … scored the game-winner against the Leopards … four assists and a career-high eight ground balls vs. #8 UMBC (3/28) … three goals and two assists in back-to-back games at Hartford (4/11) and vs. Binghamton (4/18) … scored the gamewinning goal in the regular season finale against Albany (4/25) … matched his career best with four scores at #11 UMBC (5/2) in the America East finals. 2008: Played in all 14 games as a freshman with eight starts … first team All-America East … America East All-Rookie team … second on the team in assists and points … 10th in the nation in assists per game (1.86) … assist total tied him for 10th in a season at SBU … points per game average (3.43) was 19th best in the nation … third on the team in goals … at least one point in every game but one … two or more goals eight times … started his collegiate career with a three goal, four assist outing at #3 Virginia (2/22) … also won 10 face-offs against the Cavaliers … three goals and three assists vs. Siena (3/8) … pair of goals and six ground balls in the win at Delaware (3/15) … six points in back-to-back games against Vermont (4/5) and Hartford (4/12) … scored a season-high three goals four times, including consecutive games vs. Hartford and at Binghamton (4/19) … scored the game winner in overtime against the Bearcats … played for Team Canada at the 2008 U-19 World Championships … named to the

Meet the Seawolves All-World team after scoring 11 goals in the tournament. Prior to Stony Brook: Played for a season for the club team at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia … scored 28 goals and handed out 16 assists … second team all-conference. High School: A 2006 graduate of New Westminster Secondary School … MVP of the Provincial playoffs in 2006 … also played basketball, golf, soccer and volleyball. Personal: Born Kevin James Crowley on November 13, 1988 in New Westminster, British Columbia … son of Warren and Debbie Crowley … one sister.

Year GP/GS 2008 14/8 2009 1515 Totals 29/23

Crowley’s Career Stats

G 22 28 50

A 26 23 49

Pts. 48 51 99

Sh. 66 85 151

GB 26 58 84

GWG 1 2 3

Crowley’s Career Bests

Goals.......................................................................................... 4, twice Assists.................................................................................4, four times Points.......................................................................................... 7, twice Ground Balls.......................................................8, vs. UMBC (3/28/09)

Nick DiGiacomo Goalkeeper Fr. • 5-10 • 180 Centereach, N.Y. Centereach Biochemistry

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High School: A 2009 graduate of Centereach High School in Centereach, New York … four-year letterwinner for the Mad Dogs in lacrosse … team MVP in 2008 and 2009 … all-division pick as a sophomore … holds the school saves record … twotime all-county selection … named Centereach’s Senior Male Athlete of the Year for 2008-09 … team captain … also lettered in bowling … Honor Society member … Secretary of the Science Olympiads and the Varsity Leaders Club … played club ball for the Long Island Express. Personal: Born Nicholas DiGiacomo on January 28, 1991 … son of John and Mia DiGiacomo … one brother (Vin).

Brett Drost

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Attack Jr. • 5-9 • 155 Wading River, N.Y. Shoreham-Wading River History

2009: Saw action in four games for the Seawolves … picked up his first career point on an assist against Harvard (2/28) … also

picked up a career-high three ground balls vs. the Crimson. 2008: Played in a pair of games as a freshman … put a shot on goal in the victory over Marist (3/25). High School: A 2007 graduate of Shoreham Wading River High School … four-year letterwinner for the Wildcats in lacrosse … Suffolk County Championship game MVP in both 2006 and 2007 … helped his team to a state championship as a senior. Personal: Born Brett Robert Drost on December 22, 1988 in Stony Brook, New York … son of Robert and Denise Drost … one sister and two brothers … grandfather played football at South Carolina … father played lacrosse at SUNY Farmingdale … uncle played at Rutgers.

Year GP/GS 2008 2/0 2009 4/0 Totals 6/0

Drost’s Career Stats

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

Pts. 0 1 1

Sh. 1 2 3

GB 0 3 3

GWG 0 0 0

Devin Feeney

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Defense Fr. • 6-1 • 185 Centereach, N.Y. Centereach Mechanical Engineering

High School: A 2009 graduate of Centereach High School … three letters in lacrosse for the Mad Dogs as a middie and long pole defender … also lettered in football and soccer … graduated third in his class … National Honor Society. Personal: Born Devin Feeney on July 30, 1991 in Smithtown, New York … son of Thomas and Denise Feeney … brother to Dylan and Tristen.

Robert Gibson

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Defense So. • 5-10 • 180 Slate Hill, N.Y. Minisink Valley Business/Economics

2009: Saw action in one game vs. Lehigh (3/4) … America East Honor Roll. High School: A 2008 graduate of Minisink Valley High School … earned four letters in lacrosse for the Warriors … was named captain in lacrosse his senior year … was named all-league and all-district his junior year … all-league, all-district and selected for the U.S. Lacrosse National Senior Showcase in 2008. Personal: Born Robert Dale Gibson on December 20, 1989 … son of Dale and Geraldine Gibson.

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Meet the Seawolves Chris Gignilliat

Savaughn Greene

Defense Sr. • 5-11 • 205 Cicero, N.Y. Cicero-N. Syracuse History

Defense So. • 6-3 • 200 White Plains, N.Y. White Plains Arts & Sciences

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2009: Solid season on defense for the Seawolves … started all 15 games … named to the America East All-Tournament team … picked up two or more ground balls in seven outings … season-high three ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers at Denver (3/21) … pair of ground balls in back-to-back wins over Hartford (4/11) and Binghamton (4/18) … two more ground balls in the America East championship game at #11 UMBC (5/2). 2008: Received a medical waiver for the 2008 season. 2007: Started 11 of the 12 games he played in as a defender … picked up six ground balls during the season … caused four turnovers vs. Binghamton (4/21). 2006: All-America East second team selection … All-Rookie pick as well … appeared in 14 games starting the final nine … picked up 15 ground balls. High School: A 2005 graduate of Cicero-North Syracuse High School … earned five letters for the North Stars … a 2005 second team all-league selection … also lettered in football where he was a first team all-league and third team All-Central New York selection … named defensive MVP in 2005. Personal: Born Chris Allan Gignilliat on June 3, 1987 in California … son of Teri Bridges and Paul Gignilliat … has one sister.

Gignilliat’s Career Stats

Year GP/GS G A Pts. Sh. GB 2006 14/9 0 0 0 2 16 2007 12/11 0 0 0 0 6 2008 Did not play 2009 15/15 0 0 0 0 18 Totals 41/35 0 0 0 2 40

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CTO 2 6 3 11

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2009: Saw limited action in three games as a freshman. High School: A 2008 graduate of White Plains High School … earned four letters in lacrosse for the Tigers … named captain both junior and senior years … earned all-league honors in 2006, 2007 and 2008 … all-section in 2007 and 2008 … also lettered three times in football ... two-time all-league pick in that sport … all-section in 2007. Personal: Born Savaughn Jackson Greene on June 6, 1990 in Cleveland, Ohio … nickname is Sav … son of Maurice Greene and Laura Jackson … uncle, Ousmane Greene, played lacrosse at North Carolina.

Tim Hawkins

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Attack Fr. • 6-3 • 180 Rocky Point, N.Y. Rocky Point Arts & Sciences

High School: A 2009 graduate of Rocky Point High School … four-year letterwinner at attack for the Eagles in lacrosse … all-division selection in 2009 after scoring 33 goals and handing out 20 assists … helped his team to a state championship as a junior with 10 goals and five assists. Personal: Born Timothy James Hawkins on August 31, 1991 … son of James and Cynthia Hawkins … one brother (Dan).

Tyler Hope

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Attack Sr. • 6-1 • 200 Centereach, N.Y. Centereach/Suffolk CC Political Science

Prior to Stony Brook: Played for two seasons at Suffolk Community College … totaled eight goals and four assists his first season on the team … followed that up with a 20 goal, 10 assist season in 2008. High School: A 2006 graduate of Centereach High School … two letters at attack for the Mad Dogs … scored 24 goals and handed out 10 assists as a senior … seven goals and 10 assists his junior year. Personal: Born Tyler Hope on July 11, 1988 … son of Joe and Lynn Hope … three sisters (Candace, Brittany and Alyssa).

Meet the Seawolves Steve Kaufman

Joseph Laforet

Defense So. • 6-2 • 190 Port Washington, N.Y. Schreiber Business

Midfield Fr. • 6-0 • 175 London, Ont. The Hill Academy Arts & Sciences

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2009: Did not see game action … America East Honor Roll. High School: A 2008 graduate of Schreiber High School … earned three letters in lacrosse for the Vikings … named captain senior year … awarded all-conference as a sophomore and junior … also lettered in basketball and football … senior captain of football team … honorable mention all-county in that sport. Personal: Born Steven Kaufman on October 5, 1990 in Port Washington, New York … son of Michael and Ann Marie … favorite sport besides lacrosse is football.

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High School: A 2009 graduate of The Hill Academy in Vaughan, Ontario … played midfield for the Hill Pride … helped his team to a 22-1 record as a senior … played Junior A lacrosse for the Brampton Excelsiors. Personal: Born Joseph Laforet on January 14, 1990 in London, Ontario … son of Lou and Kit Laforet … one brother (Marc) and one sister (Allie) … father played football for the University of Windsor Lancers.

Vonzel LeGall

Dermott Kramer Midfield So. • 6-0 • 205 Freeport, N.Y. Freeport Arts & Sciences

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2009: Got into seven games for Stony Brook as a freshman … backup faceoff specialist for the Seawolves … won season-high three faceoffs at Vermont (4/4). High School: A 2008 graduate of Freeport High School … earned three letters in lacrosse for the Devils … awarded honorable mention all-county as a junior … all-county as a senior … totaled 103 goals and 62 assists in varsity career … named captain senior year … also lettered in football as a junior and senior. Personal: Born Dermott Kramer on October 18, 1990 … son of Donald and Helena Kramer … favorite hobby is wake boarding … if he were a cartoon he would be Johnny Bravo … favorite sports hero is Steve Young.

Year 2009

GP/GS 7/0

G 0

Kramer’s Career Stats A 0

Pts. 0

Sh. 2

GB 1

Faceoff 6-15

Pct. .286

Midfield Jr. • 5-9 • 180 Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Saratoga Springs Business/Sociology

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2009: Played in every game but one as a sophomore … first collegiate goal in the win vs. Lehigh (3/4) … picked up his first career assist in the victory at Vermont (4/4) … careerhigh three ground balls in the America East Tournament vs. Albany (4/29). 2008: Saw limited action in two games. High School: A 2007 graduate of Saratoga Springs High School … earned three lacrosse letters for the Blue Streaks … broke the school record for assists with 41 as a senior … Clayton Chubb Award for most outstanding athlete as a senior … two-time All-Suburban Council … MVP of the team in 2006 … also played football … MVP of that squad as a senior. Personal: Born Vonzel Bertram LeGall on March 24, 1989 … son of Derrick and Vernessa LeGall … one sister.

Year GP/GS 2008 2/0 2009 14/0 Totals 16/0

LeGall’s Career Stats

G 0 1 1

A 0 1 1

Pts. 0 2 2

Sh. 0 3 3

GB 0 10 10

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GWG 0 0 0

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Meet the Seawolves Jared LeVerne

Jordan McBride

Midfield So. • 5-10 • 167 Jericho, N.Y. Syosset Political Science

Attack Jr. • 6-0 • 205 New Westminster, B. C. New Westminster Business

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2009: Solid first season at Stony Brook … played in all 15 games … second team All-America East … America East AllRookie team … fourth on the team in ground balls … picked up at least one 12 times … multiple ground ball games on nine occasions … picked up five in his first collegiate outing against #2 Virginia (2/20) … picked up three GBs in back-to-back contests at Siena (3/7) and vs. Delaware (3/14) … set his season-high with seven ground balls at Denver (3/21) … also picked up his first career assist against the Pioneers … two goals and six ground balls at Hartford (4/11) … also caused a pair of turnovers against the Hawks … that game started a streak of three straight games with a goal, picking up scores against Binghamton (4/18) and at #9 Hofstra (4/21). High School: A 2008 graduate of Syosset High School … awarded three letters in lacrosse for the Braves … named captain his senior year … earned all-county honors as a junior and senior … honorable mention All-American as a senior … also lettered three times in football. Personal: Born Jared Michael LeVerne on January 17, 1990 in Roslyn, New York … son of Jim and Robin LeVerne … cousin Shara plays softball at Cortland State.

Year 2009

GP/GS 15/0

LeVerne’s Career Stats G 4

A 1

Pts. 5

Sh. 8

LeVerne’s Career Bests

GB 37

GWG 0

Goals.................................................................. 2, at Hartford (4/11/09) Assists................................................................. 1, at Denver (3/21/09) Points.................................................................. 2, at Hartford (4/11/09) Ground Balls....................................................... 7, at Denver (3/21/09)

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2009: Reached the 40-goal mark for a second straight year … honorable mention All-America by the USILA for a second straight year … started all 15 games … led Stony Brook and the America East in goals … first team All-America East … second in the nation in goals per game at 2.80 … scored at least one goal in the first 14 games of the season … 12 multiple-goal outings, including a stretch of 11 straight … led SBU with three man-up goals … 42 goals in a season is eighth all-time in school history … four goals against Lehigh (3/4) … scored the game winner in overtime vs. Delaware (3/14) … recorded back-to-back five-goal games at Lafayette (3/17) and at Denver (3/21) … also matched his career best with three ground balls vs. the Pioneers … three goals and three ground balls vs. Binghamton (4/18) … four scores at #9 Hofstra (4/21) … five goals on eight shots in the America East semifinal against Albany (4/29). 2008: Record-setting freshman year … played in all 14 games with 13 starts … honorable mention All-America by the USILA … America East Freshman of the Year … first team All-America East … led Stony Brook in goals (44) and points (55) … finished third in the nation in goals per game (3.14) and seventh in points per game (3.93) … at least one goal in every game but one … three or more goals eight times … led the Seawolves with seven man-up goals … four goals in his first collegiate game at Virginia (2/22) … led Stony Brook to an upset of then #7 Delaware (3/15) with a school record 10 goals … that was the most goals scored by any Division I player in 2008 … it was also one goal shy of tying the NCAA record … 10 goals came on 11 shots … also picked up a season-high three ground balls against the Blue Hens … six goals the next time against Lafayette (3/18) … scored the game-winner vs. Vermont (4/5) … four goals vs. Hartford (4/12) … four more goals in the first meeting with Albany (4/26). High School: A 2004 graduate of New Westminster Secondary

Meet the Seawolves School. Personal: Born Jordan Donovan McBride on October 2, 1986 in New Westminster, British Columbia … son of Martin and Connie McBride … one brother. Year GP/GS 2008 14/13 2009 15/15 Totals 29/28

McBride’s Career Stats

G 44 42 86

A 11 8 19

Pts. 55 50 105

Sh. 83 97 180

GB 17 25 42

GWG 1 1 2

McBride’s Career Bests

Goals..............................................................10, at Delaware (3/15/08) Assists.................................................................................2, four times Points..............................................................12, at Delaware (3/15/08) Ground Balls....................................................................... 3, five times

Tyler McCabe

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High School: A 2008 graduate of Culver Military Academy in Culver, Indiana … earned two letters (junior and senior years) in lacrosse at Culver … also earned two letters in lacrosse at St. Michael’s College School in Canada … awarded Freshman of the Year in 2004 … CISAA All-Star Team as a sophomore … CISAA All-Star Team in 2006 … two-time first team all-state selection at Culver … was also an All-American selection at Culver … totaled 34 goals, 43 assists and 230 ground balls in two seasons at Culver ... helped the Eagles to back-to-back Indiana state championships ... squad had a combined record of 34-10 in his two seasons … also lettered in cross country and hockey 2004 and 2005 at St. Michael’s. Personal: Born Gregory Michael Miceli on December 20, 1989 in Toronto, Ontario … son of Michael and Loretta … sister, Melissa, plays hockey at Plattsburg State University.

Year 2009

GP/GS 13/0

Miceli’s Career Stats

G 0

Midfield So. • 5-10 • 175 Coram, N.Y. Mt. Sinai/Quinnipiac Psychology

Prior to Stony Brook: Attended Quinnipiac University … played in six games as a freshman in 2008 … scored a pair of goals and picked up six ground balls. High School: A 2007 graduate of Mount Sinai High School … four-time letterwinner at midfield for the Mustangs in lacrosse … three-time all county selection … four-time all-league pick … scored 42 goals and picked up eight assists as a senior … totaled 140 goals in his career at Mount Sinai …also lettered in football … team captain of both teams. Personal: Born Tyler James McCabe on December 15, 1988 in Smithtown, New York … son of Kevin McCabe and Catherine Thompson … one sister (Lindsey) and two brothers (Frank and Kevin).

Greg Miceli

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Defense So. • 5-10 • 185 King City, Ont. Culver Military Academy Business

2009: Saw action in 13 games as a defender … America East Honor Roll and Commissioner’s Honor Roll … picked up a pair of ground balls in his first collegiate game against #2 Virginia (2/20) … another pair in the victory at Vermont (4/4) … best outing of the season in the win vs. Binghamton (4/18) … set career-highs with five ground balls and three caused turnovers … two ground balls in the America East semifinal vs. Albany (4/29).

A 0

Pts. 0

Sh. 0

GB 16

CTO 4

Charlie Paar

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Goalkeeper Sr. • 5-8 • 200 Huntington, N.Y. Huntington/Nassau CC History

2009: Starting goalie in his first season with the program … held six teams under 10 goals … missed the final three games with an injury … recorded double figures in saves in seven games … 15 saves in the season opener against #2 Virginia (2/20) … 13 saves and a season-high six ground balls vs. Lehigh … 17 saves and five ground balls in the overtime win vs. Delaware (3/14) … 13 saves in back-to-back games at Lafayette (3/17) and at Denver (3/21) … season-best 18 saves at Vermont (4/4). Prior to Stony Brook: Played two seasons at Nassau Community College … named the defensive MVP at the National Junior College Men’s Lacrosse Championship in 2008 … made 20 saves in the national championship game to help Nassau to the national title … an NJCAA first team All-American. High School: A 2005 graduate of Huntington High School … awarded four letters in lacrosse for the Blue Devils … All-American and All-Long Island as a senior … helped his team to a pair of New York State Championships … two time all-county pick in football … three time all-county in wrestling. Personal: Born Charles H. Paar on March 30, 1987 in Huntington, New York … son of Mark and Mary Paar. Year 2009

GP/GS 12/12

Paar’s Career Stats

Min. 719:01

GA 130

GAA 10.85

Sv. 135

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Meet the Seawolves Adam Rand

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Midfield Jr. • 5-11 • 185 Niantic, Conn. East Lyme Political Science

2009: Outstanding season as primary face-off specialist … led the nation in face-off percentage with a .638 mark … first team All-America East face-off specialist … second on the team with a career-high 67 ground balls … won better than 50 percent of his face-offs in every game but two … took 12 of 16 vs. Harvard (2/28) … scored his only goal of the season vs. Lehigh (3/4) … won 21 face-offs and picked up six ground balls at Denver (3/21) … dominated in the circle at Hartford (4/11), winning 25 of 28 attempts and picking up eight ground balls … also added an assist vs. the Hawks … notched another assist at #9 Hofstra (4/21) to go along with 16 face-off wins … took 21 face-offs vs. Albany (4/29) in the America East Tournament semifinal and set a career-high with nine ground balls. 2008: Played in 13 games, starting the last nine of the season … took over as Stony Brook’s primary face-off man in that stretch … finished the season winning 52 percent of his face-offs to finish 25th in the nation as a freshman … tied for second in ground balls (44) … won 13 of his 20 face-offs against Lafayette (3/18) also had a career-high seven ground balls against the Leopards … won a season-high 17 face-offs at UMBC (3/29) … another seven ground balls vs. Vermont (4/5) … picked up the first point of his career with an assist at Binghamton (4/19) … against Albany (5/1) at the America East Tournament he won a face-off, took it in and scored his first collegiate goal. High School: A 2007 graduate of East Lyme High School … awarded four letters in lacrosse for the Vikings … won over 500 face-offs over his final two years, including over 89 percent as a senior … three-time All-ECC Conference … all-state and all-area as a senior … selected to the New England Premiere All-Star team in 2006 … MVP of the Connecticut East vs. South All-Star game. Personal: Born Adam Albert Rand on October 25, 1989 in Niantic, Connecticut … son of Albert and Lea Rand … has two brothers.

Year 2008 2009 Totals

GP/GS 13/9 15/15 28/24

G 1 1 2

Rand’s Career Stats A 1 2 3

Pts. 2 3 5

Sh. 3 3 6

GB 44 67 111

Faceoff 121-110 222-126 343-236

Pct. .524 .638 .592

Rand’s Career Bests

Goals.......................................................................................... 1, twice Assists...............................................................................1, three times Points................................................................................... 1, five times Ground Balls.......................................................9, vs. Albany (4/29/09)

Paul Randazzo

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Midfield Sr. • 6-0 • 180 Smithtown, N.Y. Hauppauge/Farmingdale St. History

2009: Saw limited action in three games … America East Honor Roll. Prior to Stony Brook: Played midfield at Farmingdale State for the past two seasons … totaled 29 goals, two assists and 43 groundballs. High School: A 2006 graduate of Hauppauge High School … awarded two letters in lacrosse his junior and senior year for the Eagles … earned two letters in volleyball while being named captain his sophomore year. Personal: Born Paul Richard Randazzo on December 10, 1987 in Smithtown, New York … son of Richard and Mary Randazzo … brother, Peter Recupero, played baseball at Briarcliff College for two years, playing in the Junior College World Series.

Year 2009

GP/GS 3/0

Randazzo’s Career Stats G 0

A 0

Pts. 0

Sh. 0

GB 0

GWG 0

Bryan Reinert

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Defense Jr. • 6-0 • 190 Allentown, Pa. Parkland Health Science

2009: Played in a career-high 11 games as a sophomore … caused two turnovers and picked up a ground ball in the season opener vs. #2 Virginia (2/20) … season-best two ground balls vs. Lehigh (3/4) … matched that in the win at Vermont (4/4) … picked up ground balls in five of the last six games in which he appeared. 2008: Appeared in one game as a freshman for the Sea-

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Meet the Seawolves wolves. High School: A 2007 graduate of Parkland High School … won a total of seven letters for the Trojans … PVLL All-Star as a senior … also played football. Personal: Born Bryan T. Reinert on December 7, 1988 … son of Thomas and Jennifer Reinert … has one brother.

Year GP/GS 2008 1/0 2009 11/0 Totals 12/0

Reinert’s Career Stats

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0

Sh. 0 0 0

GB 0 9 9

CTO 0 3 3

Chris Scott

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Attack Sr. • 5-9 • 180 North Babylon, N.Y. North Babylon Linguistics

2009: Played in all 15 games for the Seawolves with four starts … America East Honor Roll … started the first four games of the season and scored goals vs. #2 Virginia (2/20) and vs. Harvard (2/28) … picked up a season-high two ground balls vs. Lehigh (3/4) … handed out assists vs. Delaware (3/14) and at Denver (3/21) … goal in the win at Vermont (4/4) … career-best two assists vs. #20 Albany (4/25) … scored a career-high four goals and added an assists against the Great Danes in the America East semifinals. 2008: In his first season of action for Stony Brook he got into a pair of games … scored his first collegiate goal vs. Marist (3/25). 2007: Redshirted. High School: A 2006 graduate of North Babylon High School … lettered five times in lacrosse for the Bulldogs … all-county award winner in 2006 … also played football … helped lead the team to a Long Island Division II championship in 2004. Personal: Born Christopher Michael Scott on August 24, 1988 in West Islip, New York … son of Greg and Judy Scott … has one brother.

Year GP/GS 2008 2/0 2009 15/4 Totals 17/4

Scott’s Career Stats

G 1 7 8

A 0 5 5

Pts. 1 12 13

Sh. 2 15 17

Scott’s Career Bests

GB 0 6 6

GWG 0 2 2

Goals...................................................................4, vs. Albany (4/29/09) Assists.................................................................2, vs. Albany (4/25/09) Points...................................................................5, vs. Albany (4/29/09) Ground Balls.........................................................2, vs. Lehigh (3/4/09)

Michael Sopko

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Defense Sr. • 5-11 • 185 Shoreham, N.Y. Shoreham-Wading River History

2009: Regular in the rotation on defense … played in all 15 games with one start … America East Honor Roll … second on the team in caused turnovers … pair of ground balls vs. Harvard (2/28) … career-high three ground balls at Hartford (4/11) … matched that at #9 Hofstra (4/21) to go along with a pair of caused turnovers … knocked loose three balls vs. Albany (4/25) … matched his career-high again with three ground balls against the Great Danes (4/29) in the America East semifinals. 2008: Played in every game but one for the Seawolves with three starts … picked up a ground ball and caused a turnover at Virginia (2/22) … had a streak of six straight games with a ground ball … ground ball and caused turnover vs. Lafayette (3/18) … caused another turnover against Albany (5/1) in the America East Tournament. 2007: Saw action in 12 games as a freshman … picked up eight ground balls on the season. High School: A 2006 graduate of Shoream-Wading River High School … four-year letterwinner in both lacrosse and soccer for the Wildcats … two-time captain of the lacrosse team … received all-county honors … named captain for two years in soccer and received all-conference honors in 2005 and all-county honors in 2006 … also ran for the Wildcats and was named all-league in 2005 for winter track. Personal: Born Michael Scott Sopko on December 22, 1987 … son of Maria and Scott Sopko … has one brother and one sister.

Year GP/GS 2007 12/0 2008 13/3 2009 15/1 Totals 40/4

Sopko’s Career Stats

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0 0

Sh. 1 0 0 1

GB 8 8 18 34

CTO 2 3 8 13

Timmy Trenkle

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Midfield Jr. • 6-3 • 160 Commack, N.Y. Commack Business

2009: Started all 15 games for the Seawolves … at least one point in every game but one … a goal in every game but three … two or more goals three times … one of six players in double figures in goals … a pair of scores in the opener against #2 Virginia (2/20) …

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Meet the Sewolves career-high three goals and a pair of ground balls in the victory over Delware (3/14) … scored a goal in six straight games after his outing against the Blue Hens … career best three ground balls in backto-back games vs. Binghamton (4/18) and at #9 Hofstra (4/21) … pair of goals in the regular season finale vs. Albany (4/29). 2008: Saw action in 10 of 14 games as a freshman … picked up a ground ball in his first collegiate game vs. Lafayette (3/18) … scored his first collegiate goal vs. Denver (3/22) in his second game … notched assists in each of his next three games vs. Marist (3/25), UMBC (3/29) and Vermont (4/5) … also picked up assists vs. Hofstra (4/22) and at Albany (4/26). High School: A 2007 graduate of Commack High School … four-time letterwinner in lacrosse for the Cougars … scored 32 goals as a senior to break the school record … totaled 103 goals during his career … named Most Athletic Athlete as a senior … MVP in lacrosse, football and basketball … named the Red Zone Player of the Year for football … Spanish award in 2004 … chemistry award in 2005. Personal: Born Timmy T. Trenkle on February 18, 1989 in Commack, New York … son of Bob and Joan Trenkle … two brothers … one is former Seawolf teammate Bobby.

Year GP/GS 2008 10/0 2009 15/15 Totals 25/15

Trenkle’s Career Stats

G 1 16 17

A 5 6 11

Pts. 6 22 28

Sh. 8 53 61

GB 2 18 20

GWG 0 0 0

Trenkle’s Career Bests

Goals.............................................................. 3, vs. Delaware (3/14/09) Assists................................................................................... 1, 11 times Points.............................................................. 3, vs. Delaware (3/14/09) Ground Balls.............................................................................. 3, twice

Steven Waldeck

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Defense Sr. • 6-1 • 198 Levittown, N.Y. MacArthur Health Sciences

2009: Started every game for the Seawolves … first team All-America East for a second straight year … selected Stony Brook’s Male Athlete of the Year … finished among the national leaders (4th) in scoring among long pole players … led the team with a career-high 96 ground balls … seventh in the nation in ground balls per game (6.40) … America East All-Tournament team … at least three ground

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balls in every game … three caused turnovers in the opener vs. #2 Virginia (20) … career-high 12 ground balls vs. Lehigh (3/4) … scored goals in back-to-back games vs. Delaware (3/14) and at Lafayette (3/17) … added an assist at Denver (3/21) along with eight ground balls and three caused turnovers … a goal and seven ground balls in back-to-back games at Vermont (4/4) and at Hartford (4/11) … goal and assist at #9 Hofstra (4/21) … assist, 10 ground balls and three caused turnovers vs. Albany (4/29) in the America East semifinals. 2008: First team All-America East selection on defense … played in every game for the Seawolves … led the team and was fifth in the conference in ground balls per game (3.79) … also led Stony Brook in caused turnovers … picked up five or more ground balls five times … scored his only goal of the season in the first game at Virginia (2/22) … five ground balls and two caused turnovers vs. Siena (3/8) … five more ground balls vs. Denver (3/22) … picked up an assist in the win over Marist (3/25) … six ground balls vs. Hartford (4/12) … seven more in the next game at Binghamton (4/19) … closed out the season with a career-high 11 ground balls vs. Albany (5/1) at the America East Tournament. 2007: Standout first season on defense … named to the America East AllRookie team … started all 13 games … second on the team in ground balls … tied for 40th in the nation with 4.00 ground balls per game … picked up at least five on seven occasions … five ground balls vs. Harvard (3/3) … first collegiate point on an assist along with five ground balls vs. Albany (4/7) … first goal came at Siena (4/10) … seven ground balls at Hartford (4/14) … career-high eight ground balls vs. UMBC (4/28). High School: A 2006 graduate of MacArthur High School … a fouryear letterwinner and starter for the Generals in lacrosse … averaged 18 ground balls and was awarded all-conference honors as a sophomore … two-time captain and was named player of the year as well as all-county both as a junior and a senior … also played football for four years and was captain twice … all-county and offensive player of the year as a senior … athlete of the year as a senior. Personal: Born Steven Edward Waldeck on December 12, 1987 … nickname is Wally … son of Lynn and Edward Waldeck … has a brother and a sister. Year GP/GS 2007 13/13 2008 14/13 2009 15/15 Totals 42/41

Waldeck’s Career Stats G 1 1 5 7

A 1 1 5 7

Pts. 2 2 10 14

Sh. 1 7 14 22

Waldeck’s Career Bests

GB 52 53 96 201

CTO 16 13 21 50

Goals............................................................................... 1, seven times Assists............................................................................. 1, seven times Points.......................................................................................... 2, twice Ground Balls.......................................................12, vs. Lehigh (3/4/09)

2009 Review

America East Conference Since its modest beginning as a men’s basketball-only conference in 1979, America East has evolved into one of the most comprehensive NCAA Division I conferences with a commitment to broad-based, competitive athletics programs, complementing the academic integrity and missions of the member institutions. Each of the nine institutions - University at Albany, Binghamton University, Boston University, University of Hartford, University of Maine, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), University of New Hampshire, Stony Brook University, and University of Vermont - offers a unique blend of academic and athletic tradition. America East, which sponsors 21 sports, enters its 21st year of all-sports championship competition on the heels of one of the most successful seasons in history. UMBC overcame a nine-goal deficit to upend Albany, 14-13, in the finals of the America East Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The Retrievers, which won a school-record 12 games, were edged by national semifinalist Virginia, 10-9, in the first round of the NCAA Championship. UMBC finished the season ranked No. 6 in the USILA poll. Albany and Stony Brook were also ranked at one point during the season. Five America East standouts were chosen All-Americans by the USILA with UMBC’s Terry Kimener receiving second-team recognition.

2009 America East Standings UMBC Stony Brook Albany Binghamton Vermont Hartford

Conference L Pct. 1 .800 1 .800 2 .600 3 .400 4 .200 4 .200

W 4 4 3 2 1 1

W 12 9 7 3 4 2

Overall L 4 6 7 12 10 11

Pct. .750 .600 .500 .200 .286 .154

All-America East Teams First Team

Brian Caufield, Albany So. A Joe Resetarits, Albany Fr. A Jordan McBride, Stony Brook So. A Peet Poillon, UMBC Sr. M Kyle Wimer, UMBC Jr. M Kevin Crowley, Stony Brook So. M Garrett Pedley, Albany Sr. D Derrick Danieu, Binghamton So. D Kevin Goedeke, UMBC Sr. D Steve Waldeck, Stony Brook Jr. LSM Jordan Pierce, UMBC Jr. SSM Adam Rand, Stony Brook So. FO Jeremy Blevins, UMBC Sr. GK

Second Team

Corey Small, Albany Matt Latham, UMBC Ryan Smith, UMBC John Alpizar, Albany Duncan Streeten, Binghamton Alex Hopmann, UMBC Mark Kelly, Albany Conor Flynn, Hartford Matt Kresse, UMBC Chris Schongar, Albany

Sr. A Jr. A Sr. A Sr. M Sr. M Sr. M Jr. D So. D Jr. D Sr. LSM

Jared LeVerne, Stony Brook Fr. SSM Tim Fallon, Hartford So. FO Scott Bement, Hartford Fr. GK

All-Rookie

Rocky Bonitatibus, Albany Luke Cometti, Albany Joe Resetarits, Albany Ben Waldron, Binghamton Scott Bement, Hartford Carter Bender, Hartford Ryan Compitello, Hartford Aidan Genik, Hartford Rob Grimm, UMBC Jared LeVerne, Stony Brook Geoff Worley, Vermont

Player of the Year

Jeremy Blevins, UMBC

Rookie of the Year

Scott Bement, Hartford

Coach of the Year

Don Zimmerman, UMBC

America East Tournament Semifinals

#2 Stony Brook 18, #3 Albany 12 #1 UMBC 9, #4 Binghamton 8 (2OT)

Finals

#1 UMBC 11, #2 Stony Brook 7

All-Championship Team

Brian Caufield, Albany Corey Small, Albany Larry Kline, Binghamton Chris Mulheron, Binghamton Kevin Crowley, Stony Brook Chris Gignilliat, Stony Brook Steve Waldeck, Stony Brook Jeremy Blevins, UMBC Mike Camardo, UMBC Justin Radebaugh, UMBC Ryan Smith, UMBC

Most Outstanding Player

Mike Camardo, UMBC

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2009 Review 2009 Results Overall: 9-6 • Conf: 4-1 • Home: 5-3 • Away: 4-3

Date Opp. (Rk. SB/Opp.) Score Rec. AE Feb. 21 Virginia (-/2) L, 10-20 0-1 -- Feb. 28 Harvard (-/14) L, 4-12 0-2 -- Mar. 4 LEHIGH W, 16-6 1-2 -- Mar. 7 at Siena W, 8-7 2-2 -- Mar. 14 Delaware W, 10-9 (2OT) 3-2 -- Mar. 17 at Lafayette W, 12-9 4-2 -- Mar. 21 at Denver L, 12-17 4-3 -- Mar. 28 UMBC* (-/8) L, 8-14 4-4 0-1 Apr. 4 at Vermont* W, 10-8 5-4 1-1 Apr. 11 at Hartford* W, 15-11 6-4 2-1 Apr. 18 Binghamton* W, 14-9 7-4 3-1 Apr. 21 at Hofstra (-/9) L, 11-12 7-5 3-1 Apr. 25 Albany* W, 13-12 8-5 4-1 Apr. 29 ALBANY# W, 18-12 9-5 4-1 May 2 at UMBC# L, 7-11 9-6 4-1

Goal Scorers Campbell 2; Trenkle 2; Belton 2; Compitello 1; Crowley 1; McBride 1; Scott 1 McBride 2; Palmer 1; Scott 1 Crowley 4; McBride 4; Belton 2; Hewitt 1; Trenkle 1; Palmer 1; Campbell 1; LeGall 1; Rand 1 McBride 3; Campbell 2; Crowley 1; Trenkle 1; Belton 1 McBride 3; Trenkle 3; Crowley 1; Campbell 1; Waldeck 1; Belton 1 McBride 5; Crowley 2; Compitello 2; Trenkle 1; Campbell 1; Waldeck 1 McBride 5; Compitello 3; Campbell 2; Trenkle 1; Belton 1 Adams 3; McBride 2; Crowley 1; Hewitt 1; Trenkle 1 Crowley 2; Bride 2; Compitello 1; Trenkle 1; Campbell 1; Scott 1; Waldeck 1; Adams 1 Crowley 3; McBride 2; Campbell 2; Hewitt 2; Belton 2; LeVerne 2; Waldeck 1; Trenkle 1 Crowley 3; McBride 3; Belton 3; Campbell 2; Trenkle 1; Russell 1; LeVerne 1 McBride 4; Crowley 2; Belton 2; Campbell 1; Waldeck 1; LeVerne 1 Campbell 3; Compitello 3; Crowley 3; Trenkle 2; McBride 1; Belton 1 McBride 5; Scott 4; Belton 3; Compitello 2; Crowley 1; Campbell 1; Trenkle 1; Hewitt 1 Crowley 4; Campbell 2; Compitello 1

Goalie, Saves Parr 15; Camposa 0

Att. 2,861

Paar 5 Paar 13

1,523 275

Paar 8, Camposa 1 Paar 17

790 684

Paar 13

116

Paar 13 Paar 5 Paar 18

802 4,037 425

Paar 7

253

Paar 9; Camposa 2

847

Paar 12; Camposa 0

1,306

Camposa 14

1,335

Camposa 15

869

Camposa 16

2,130

* - America East game; # America East Tournament Goals By Period Stony Brook Opponents

1st 51 37

2nd 37 34

3rd 38 49

4th 41 49

OT 1 0

Total 168 169

Shots By Period Stony Brook Opponents

1st 118 140

2nd 117 134

3rd 114 149

4th 111 159

OT 4 5

Total 464 587

Saves By Period Stony Brook Opponents

1st 48 34

2nd 43 40

3rd 40 31

4th 52 30

OT 0 2

Total 183 137

SOG By Period Stony Brook Opponents

1st 85 85

2nd 77 77

3rd 69 89

4th 71 101

OT 3 0

Total 305 352

Stony Brook’s battle with Hofstra in 2008 drew 5,723 fans to LaValle Stadium in a regionally televised game. That number set a new single-game attendance record for a Stony Brook lacrosse game. Game-by-Game Comparison Game Virginia at Stony Brook Harvard at Stony Brook Lehigh at Stony Brook Stony Brook at Siena Delaware at Stony Brook Stony Brook at Lafayette Stony Brook at Denver UMBC at Stony Brook

G 20 10 12 4 6 16 8 7 9 10 12 9 12 17 14 8

Sh 62 25 30 18 31 35 27 30 49 35 31 40 33 42 40 30

GB 58 31 33 28 43 43 33 27 38 33 28 23 52 42 25 35

FO 19-32 13-32 8-20 12-20 10-25 15-25 10-19 9-19 13-23 10-23 16-25 9-25 21-33 12-33 7-26 19-26

Cl 18-25 18-29 17-19 13-16 19-28 24-29 20-23 17-21 20-21 23-25 16-18 19-21 18-21 20-22 14-17 11-11

EMO 1-2 0-3 3-3 1-1 2-5 0-4 0-2 2-7 0-5 2-4 1-4 0-5 0-2 1-1 3-3 0-2

Sv 12 15 8 5 8 13 9 12 15 17 13 9 13 4 9 5

Pen 3-2:00 3-3:00 1-1:00 3-3:00 4-4:00 5-3:30 9-7:00 2-1:30 5-3:30 5-4:30 5-5:00 4-3:00 1-0:30 2-1:30 2-1:00 3-2:30

Game Stony Brook at Vermont Stony Brook at Hartford Binghamton at Stony Brook Stony Brook at Hofstra Albany at Stony Brook Albany at Stony Brook Stony Brook at UMBC

G 10 8 15 11 9 14 12 11 12 13 12 18 7 11

Sh 23 44 39 26 31 30 33 36 36 28 41 46 31 49

GB 20 19 42 30 24 44 32 38 33 33 31 46 26 39

FO 12-21 9-21 25-29 4-29 9-25 16-25 16-28 12-28 10-28 18-28 12-34 22-34 11-20 9-20

Cl 21-28 20-21 18-22 19-22 25-30 19-21 19-24 13-18 18-21 15-19 21-27 18-23 14-19 18-19

EMO 1-2 0-3 1-3 0-4 1-5 1-3 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-2 3-4 0-2 0-7 3-3

Sv 18 7 7 8 10 11 12 8 6 14 15 15 16 6

Pen 3-2:00 2-1:30 4-3:00 3-2:30 3-2:00 5-4:00 1-1:00 1-1:00 2-1:30 1-0:30 2-1:30 4-3:00 7-5:00 3-2:30

Clears - Stony Brook 267/328 .814; Opponents 278/332 .837 Man-Up Opps. - Stony Brook 7/42 .167; Opponents 20/52 .385

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2009 Review No. Name GP-GS G A 21 Kevin Crowley 15-15 28 23 11 Jordan McBride 15-15 42 8 23 Tom Compitello 15-11 13 25 37 Robbie Campbell 15-15 21 12 12 Kyle Belton 15-12 18 4 20 Timmy Trenkle 15-15 16 6 44 Chris Scott 15-4 7 5 24 Steven Waldeck 15-15 5 5 8 Jack Hewitt 15-0 5 3 13 Jared LeVerne 15-0 4 1 45 Graham Adams 6-3 4 0 1 Mike Palmer 4-0 2 1 10 Adam Rand 15-0 1 2 3 Vonzel LeGall 14-0 1 1 7 Josh Russell 8-0 1 0 26 Taylor Eason 15-0 0 1 18 Brett Drost 4-0 0 1 19 Dermott Kramer 7-0 0 0 41 Tom Feicco 4-0 0 0 40 Shane Ferguson 5-0 0 0 33 Paul Murphy 4-0 0 0 39 Robert Gibson 1-0 0 0 34 Paul Randazzo 3-0 0 0 32 Nick Maturro 15-14 0 0 29 Michael Sopko 15-1 0 0 22 Charlie Paar 12-12 0 0 17 Greg Miceli 13-0 0 0 16 Bryan Reinert 11-0 0 0 14 Rob Camposa 7-3 0 0 9 Chris Gignilliat 15-15 0 0 5 Jon Goodelman 4-0 0 0 4 Savaughn Greene 3-0 0 0 Total 15 168 98 Opponents 15 169 105 No. Name 22 Charlie Paar 45 Rob Camposa Stony Brook Opponents

GP-GS 12-12 7-3 15 15

2009 Statistics Pts Sh 51 85 50 97 38 43 33 56 22 39 22 53 12 15 10 14 8 24 5 8 4 7 3 5 3 3 2 3 1 3 1 2 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 266 464 274 587

Sh% SOG SOG% GW UP DN GB .329 47 .553 2 0 0 58 .433 69 .711 1 3 1 25 .302 3 .721 0 0 0 27 .375 31 .554 2 0 0 10 .462 33 .846 1 1 1 11 .302 28 .528 0 3 0 18 .467 15 1.000 2 0 0 6 .357 9 .643 0 0 0 96 .208 15 .625 1 0 0 8 .500 6 .750 0 0 0 37 .571 7 1.000 0 0 0 2 .400 3 .600 0 0 0 2 .333 3 1.000 0 0 0 67 .333 1 .333 0 0 0 10 .333 2 .667 0 0 0 1 .000 1 .500 0 0 0 1 .000 2 1.000 0 0 0 3 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 2 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 2 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 19 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 18 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 36 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 16 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 9 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 9 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 18 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .362 305 .657 9 7 2 533 .288 352 .600 6 20 1 503

Min. GA GAA Svs 719:01 130 10.85 135 187:02 39 12.51 48 906:03 169 11.19 183 906:03 168 11.13 137

Pct W-L-T Sh .509 7-5-0 453 .552 2-1-0 134 .520 9-6-0 587 .449 6-9-0 464

Faceoffs W-Tot Pct Pen-Min 8-19 .421 3-2.0 - - 1-1.0 - - 2-2.0 - - 4-3.0 - - 1-0.5 - - - - - - - - - - 15-14.0 - - 2-2.0 - - - - - - - - - - - - 222-348 .638 - - - - 7-4.0 - - - - - - - - - - - - 6-21 .286 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6-5.5 - - 2-1.5 - - 2-2.0 - - - - - - 2-1.0 - - - - - - 5-4.0 - - 2-2.0 - - - - 236-388 .608 55-45.0 152-388 .392 43-32.5

GP-GS Min. 4-4 236:17 2-1 63:43 5 300:00 5 300:00

America East G A Pts 12 8 20 10 4 14 4 8 12 8 3 11 6 1 7 6 1 7 1 2 3 2 2 4 3 1 4 3 0 3 4 0 4 - - - 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - - - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 32 92 54 29 83

America East GA GAA Svs 40 10.16 39 14 13.18 16 54 10.80 55 60 12.00 40

Pct .494 .533 .505 .400

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G 50 86 14 21 18 17 8 7 5 4 4 6 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A Pts 49 99 19 105 25 39 12 33 4 22 11 28 5 13 7 14 3 8 1 5 0 4 1 7 3 5 1 2 0 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W-L-T Sh 3-1-0 137 1-0-0 40 4-1-0 177 1-4-0 150

Jordan McBride’s 10 goals at Delaware broke the Stony Brook school record and was just one shy of the NCAA record. It was the most goals scored in a game by any Division I player in 2008.

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2009 Review Name Virginia Harvard 1 Mike Palmer DNP 1-0-1; 0 3 Vonzel LeGall 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 4 Savaughn Greene DNP DNP 5 Jon Goodelman DNP 0-0-0; 0 7 Josh Russell 0-0-0; 0 DNP 8 Jack Hewitt 0-1-1; 1 0-0-0; 1 9 Chris Gignilliat 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 10 Adam Rand 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 2 11 Jordan McBride 1-0-1; 0 2-0-2; 2 12 Kyle Belton 2-0-2; 1 0-0-0; 1 13 Jared LeVerne 0-0-0; 5 0-0-0; 2 14 Rob Camposa 0-0-0; 0 DNP 16 Bryan Reinert 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 17 Greg Miceli 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 1 18 Brett Drost DNP 0-1-0; 3 19 Dermott Kramer DNP 0-0-0; 0 20 Timmy Trenkle 2-0-2; 1 0-0-0; 1 21 Kevin Crowley 1-0-1; 3 0-1-1; 3 22 Charlie Paar 0-0-0; 4 0-0-0; 2 23 Tom Compitello 1-1-2; 1 0-1-1; 0 24 Steve Waldeck 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 3 26 Taylor Eason 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 29 Michael Sopko 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 32 Nick Maturro 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 0 33 Paul Murphy 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 34 Paul Randazzo 0-0-0; 0 DNP 37 Robbie Campbell 2-2-4; 0 0-0-0; 0 39 Robert Gibson DNP DNP 40 Shane Ferguson DNP 0-0-0; 2 41 Tom Feicco DNP DNP 44 Chris Scott 1-0-1; 0 1-0-1; 0 45 Graham Adams DNP 0-0-0; 1 Name

Lehigh 1-0-1; 0 1-0-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 1-1-2; 0 0-0-0; 2 1-0-1; 5 4-0-4; 2 2-3-5; 3 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 1-0-1; 1 4-3-7; 2 0-0-0; 6 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 12 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 1-0-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0

2009 Individual Game-By-Game Goals-Assists-Points; Ground Balls

Siena 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 3-1-4; 1 1-0-1; 1 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 1-1-2; 1 1-1-2; 5 0-0-0; 3 0-0-1; 2 0-0-0; 7 0-1-1; 1 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 3 DNP DNP 2-1-3; 1 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP

Delaware 0-1-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 3-0-3; 2 1-0-1; 1 0-0-0; 3 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 3-0-3; 2 1-0-1; 5 0-0-0; 5 0-3-0; 2 1-0-1; 5 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 1-0-1; 2 DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1; 0 DNP

Lafayette DNP 0-0-0; 2 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 4 5-1-6; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 1-1-2; 0 2-3-5; 7 0-0-0; 1 2-3-5; 1 1-0-1; 4 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP 1-1-2; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 DNP

Denver DNP 0-0-0; 2 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 6 5-2-7; 3 1-0-1; 1 0-1-1; 7 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP 1-1-2; 2 0-2-2; 3 0-0-0; 4 3-1-4; 2 0-1-1; 8 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP 2-1-3; 1 DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1; 1 DNP

Lehigh

Siena

Delaware Lafayette Denver

Name Virginia Harvard 19 Dermott Kramer DNP 0-4 10 Adam Rand 7-19 12-16 21 Kevin Crowley 6-13 0-0

Lehigh 1-2 14-23 0-0

Siena DNP 10-19 0-0

Delaware Lafayette Denver DNP 0-2 DNP 10-23 16-23 21-32 0-0 0-0 0-1

Points

Jordan McBride vs. Albany (4/29) Jordan McBride at Denver (3/21) Jordan McBride at Lafayette (3/17)

4 4 4

Tom Compitello vs. Albany (4/29) Kevin Crowley vs. Albany (4/29) Kevin Crowley vs. UMBC (3/28)

11 10 10

Kevin Crowley at Hofstra (4/21) Kevin Crowley at UMBC (5/2) Jordan McBride vs. Delaware (3/14)

Groundballs

12 10

Steve Waldeck vs. Lehigh (3/4) Steve Waldeck vs. Albany (4/29)

UMBC 0-2 19-24 0-0

Albany UMBC DNP DNP 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 1-0-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 9 0-0-0; 3 5-0-5; 1 0-0-0; 3 3-0-3; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 5 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 1-0-1; 1 0-1-1; 0 1-4-5; 4 4-0-4; 1 DNP DNP 2-4-6; 2 1-1-2; 5 0-1-1; 10 0-0-0; 5 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-1-2; 0 2-1-3; 1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 4-1-5; 1 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP

Albany

Albany

Vermont Hartford Binghamton Hofstra Albany 3-4 DNP 1-5 DNP DNP 7-13 25-28 15-20 16-28 18-28 2-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

Caused Turnovers

5 5 5

Shots

Vermont Hartford Binghamton Hofstra

Top Performances

Assists

UMBC

Albany DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 6 1-1-2; 2 1-0-1; 2 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP 2-0-2; 1 3-0-3; 3 DNP 3-1-4; 0 0-0-0; 5 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 2 DNP DNP 3-1-4; 3 DNP DNP DNP 0-2-2; 0 DNP

Face-Off Statistics Win-Total

7 (4-3) Jordan McBride at Denver (3/21) 7 (4-3) Kevin Crowley vs. Lehigh (3/4)

Goals

Hartford Binghamton Hofstra DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 1-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 2-0-2; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-1-1; 8 0-0-0; 5 0-1-1; 5 2-2-4; 1 3-1-4; 3 4-0-4; 2 2-0-2; 1 3-0-3; 0 2-0-2; 0 2-0-2; 6 1-0-1; 4 1-0-1; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 5 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 1-0-1; 0 1-0-1; 3 0-1-1; 3 3-2-5; 5 3-2-5; 1 2-1-3; 4 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 3 0-3-3; 2 0-1-1; 1 0-2-2; 2 1-1-2; 7 0-1-1; 8 1-1-2; 8 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-0-2; 0 2-0-2; 0 1-2-3; 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 DNP

UMBC

15-19; 59:45 5-12; 60:00 13-6; 60:00 8-7; 58:53 17-9; 66:03 13-9; 60:00 13-17; 60:00 5-14; 60:00 18-8; 60:00 7-11; 60:00 9-7; 56:17 12-11; 58:03 DNP DNP DNP 0-1; 0:15 DNP DNP 1-0; 1:07 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-2, 3:43 0-1; 1:57 14-12, 60:00 15-12; 60:00 16-11; 60:00

Individual

Vermont DNP 0-1-1; 0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 2 2-0-2; 1 0-1-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 2 DNP 0-0-0; 1 1-1-2; 1 2-0-2; 4 0-0-0; 3 1-1-2; 0 1-0-1; 7 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 1-1-2; 0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0-1; 0 1-0-1; 0

Goalie Statistics - Saves-Goals Allowed, Minutes

Virginia Harvard

22 Charlie Paar 45 Rob Camposa

UMBC DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 1-1-2; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 6 2-0-2; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 1-0-1; 1 1-4-5; 8 0-0-0; 1 0-2-2; 6 0-0-0; 4 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-1-1; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 3-0-3; 0

3 3 3 3 3 3

Steve Waldeck vs. Albany (4/29) Michael Sopko vs. Albany (4/25) Greg Miceli vs. Binghamton (4/18) Steve Waldeck at Denver (3/21) Steve Waldeck vs. Delaware (3/14) Steve Waldeck vs. Virginia (2/20)

Face-Off Wins 25 21 21

Saves

18 17 16

Adam Rand at Hartford (4/11) Adam Rand vs. Albany (4/29) Adam Rand at Denver (3/21) Charlie Paar at Vermont (4/4) Charlie Paar vs. Delaware (3/14) Rob Camposa at UMBC (5/2)

Albany 1-2 21-32 0-0

UMBC DNP 11-20 0-0

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Team Goals

18 16

vs. Albany (4/29) vs. Lehigh (3/4)

46

vs. Albany (4/29)

52

at Denver (3/21)

18

at Vermont (4/4)

17

at UMBC (3/29)

.862

at Hartford (4/11)

2

vs. Delaware (3/14)

9

at Siena (3/7)

Shots

Groundballs Saves

Face-Off Wins

Face-Off Percentage Extra-Man Goals Penalties

Opponents Albany

Binghamton

Bryant

Cornell

Location: Albany, N.Y. Enrollment: 13,246 Nickname: Great Danes Conference: America East Home Field: John Fallon Field (2,500) Athletics Direcor: Lee McElroy Head Coach: Scott Marr Record at UA: 80-58 (9 yrs.) Overall Record: Same 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 7-7 (3-2) Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 27/11 Lacrosse Contact: Brian DePasquale SID Phone: 518-442-3072

Location: Vestal, N.Y. Enrollment: 14,373 Nickname: Bearcats Conference: America East Home Field: Bearcats Sports Cmplx. (2,534) Interim Athletics Director: Jim Norris Head Coach: Ed Stephenson Record at BU: 34-56 (7 yrs.) Overall Record: Same 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 3-12 (2-3) Starters Returning/Lost: 8/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 28/8 Lacrosse Contact: David O’Brian Press Box Phone: 607-777-6478

Location: Smithfield, R.I. Enrollment: 3,200 Nickname: Bulldogs Conference: Independent Home Field: Bryant Turf Field (500) Athletics Direcor: Bill Smith Head Coach: Mike Pressler Record at BU: 35-13 (3 yrs.) Overall Record: 264-115 (25 yrs.) 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 10-5 Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 18/7 Lacrosse Contact: Allie Weinberger SID Phone: 401-232-6558

Location: Ithaca, N.Y. Enrollment: 13,700 Nickname: Big Red Conference: Ivy League Home Field: Schoellkopf Field (25,597) Athletics Direcor: David J. Skorton Head Coach: Jeff Tambroni Record at CU: 97-34 (9 yrs.) Overall Record: Same 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 13-4 (5-1) Starters Returning/Lost: 4/6 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 15/16 Lacrosse Contact: Julie Greco Press Box Phone: 607-255-4688

Delaware

Denver

Hartford

UMBC

Location: Newark, Del. Enrollment: 16,000 Nickname: Fightin’ Blue Hens Conference: Colonial Athletic Assn. Home Field: Rullo Stadium (2,000) Athletics Direcor: Edgar N. Johnson Head Coach: Bob Shillinglaw Record at UD: 254-233 (31 yrs.) Overall Record: 278-250 (34 yrs.) 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 5-10 (2-4) Starters Returning/Lost: 8/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 28/5 Lacrosse Contact: Scott Selheimer SID Phone: 302-831-2186

Location: Denver, Colo. Enrollment: 11,238 Nickname: Pioneers Conference: ECAC Home Field: Barton Stadium (2,000) Athletics Direcor: Peg Bradley-Doppes Head Coach: Bill Tierney Record at UD: First Season Overall Record: 272-93 (25 yrs.) 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 7-8 (1-4) Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 21/12 Lacrosse Contact: Nicole Dupes SID Phone: 303-871-4990

Location: West Hartford, Conn. Enrollment: 4,842 Nickname: Hawks Conference: America East Home Field: Al-Marzook Field (2,500) Athletics Direcor: Patricia H. Meiser Head Coach: Peter Lawrence Record at UH: 5-38 (4 yrs.) Overall Record: Same 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 2-11 (1-4) Starters Returning/Lost: n/a Lettermen Returning/Lost: n/a Lacrosse Contact: Sarah Cote SID Phone: 860-768-5110

Location: Baltimore, Md. Enrollment: 12,870 Nickname: Retrievers Conference: America East Home Field: UMBC Stadium (4,500) Athletics Direcor: Dr. Charles Brown Head Coach: Don Zimmerman Record at UMBC: 125-98 (16 yrs.) Overall Record: 192-114 (23 yrs.) 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 12-4 (4-1) Starters Returning/Lost: 4/6 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 27/13 Lacrosse Contact: Steve Levy SID Phone: 410-455-2197

St. John’s

Siena

Towson

Vermont

Location: Queens, N.Y. Enrollment: 20,109 Nickname: Red Storm Conference: Big East Home Field: DaSilva Memorial (1,260) Athletics Direcor: Chris Monasch Head Coach: Jason Miller Record at SJU: 12-28 (3 yrs.) Overall Record: Same 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 5-9 (1-6) Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 21/18 Lacrosse Contact: Will Bryan SID Phone: 718-990-1523

Location: Loudonville, N.Y. Enrollment: 3,000 Nickname: Saints Conference: Metro Atlantic (MAAC) Home Field: Siena Field (1,000) Athletics Direcor: John D’Argenio Head Coach: Brian Brecht Record at SC: 40-39 (5 yrs.) Overall Record: Same 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 12-6 (8-0) Starters Returning/Lost: 7/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 29/16 Lacrosse Contact: Mark Adam SID Phone: 518-783-2377

Location: Towson, Md. Enrollment: 21,177 Nickname: Tigers Conference: Colonial Athletic Assoc. Home Field: Johnny Unitas (11,198) Athletics Direcor: Mike Hermann Head Coach: Tony Seaman Record at TU: 89-75 (11 yrs.) Overall Record: 253-148 (26 yrs.) 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 7-10 (4-2) Starters Returning/Lost: 7/3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 34/10 Lacrosse Contact: Eric Rhew SID Phone: 410-704-6258

Location: Burlington, Vt. Enrollment: 9,867 Nickname: Catamounts Conference: America East Home Field: Moulton Winder Field (3,000) Athletics Direcor: Dr. Robert Corran Head Coach: Ryan Curtis Record at UV: 13-31 (3 yrs.) Overall Record: Same 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 4-10 (1-4) Starters Returning/Lost: N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 25/16 Lacrosse Contact: Chris Wojcik SID Phone: 802-656-1110

Apr. 24 • 7:00 p.m. Albany, N.Y.

Mar. 13 • 3:00 p.m. Newark, Del.

Mar. 16 • 7:00 p.m. Stony Brook, N.Y.

Apr. 17 • 7:00 p.m. Vestal, N.Y.

Mar. 20 • 1:00 p.m. Stony Brook, N.Y.

Feb. 20 • 1:00 p.m. Stony Brook, N.Y.

Mar. 27 • 1:00 p.m. Smithfield, R.I.

Apr. 10 • 7:00 p.m. Stony Brook, N.Y.

Mar. 6 • 1:00 p.m. Stony Brook, N.Y.

Mar. 23 • 7:00 p.m. Stony Brook, N.Y.

Apr. 3 • 1:00 p.m. Baltimore, Md.

May 1 • 7:00 p.m. Stony Brook, N.Y.

Virginia

Feb. 27 • 3:00 p.m. Charlottesville, Va. Location: Charlottesville, Va. Enrollment: 21,057 Nickname: Cavaliers Conference: Atlantic Coast Conf. Home Field: Klöckner Stadium (8,000) Athletics Direcor: Craig Littlepage Head Coach: Dom Starsia Record at UVa: 199-65 (17 yrs.) Overall Record: 300-111 (27 yrs.) 2009 Record (Conf. Rec.): 15-3 (2-1) Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 28/12 Lacrosse Contact: Vincent Briedis SID Phone: 434-982-5500

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Stony Brook made its first NCAA Division I Tournament appearance in 2002 when it took on Cornell in Providence, Rhode Island.

Records/ History

Individual Records Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Goals Kevin Pall (1999-2002)............. 133 Bo Tripodi (2005-08)................. 115 Courtney Wilson (1994-97)...... 112 Chris Kollmer (1994-97)............. 97 Jason Cappadoro (2003-06)...... 94 John Warrack (1984-85)............. 94 Brian Reilly (1984-87)................. 92 Jordan McBride (2008-Pres.)... 86 Ron Capri (1988-90)................... 85 Chris Scaduto (1984-87)............ 84 Adam Marksberry (2003-06)...... 81 Robert Henry (1986-89)............. 78 Dominic D’Orazio (1997-2000)... 75 Tony Cabrera (1989-92)............. 71 Louis Ventura (1990-93)............. 64 Robb Aitchison (1994-98)........... 60 Rhys Duch (2005-08)................. 56 Bruce Pollack (1984-85)............. 54 Ryan Hughes (2005-08)............. 53 Jim Hayas (1986-87).................. 53

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20.

Assists Jason Cappadoro (2003-06).... 107 Robb Aitchison (1994-98)........... 81 John Sproat (1989-90)............... 65 John Warrack (1984-85)............. 62 Brian Reilly (1984-87)................. 62 Chris Scaduto (1984-87)............ 54 Derek Reyna (1994-97).............. 54 Ray McKenna (1984-85)............ 54 Adam Marksbery (2003-06)........ 54 Rhys Duch (2005-08)................. 50 Kevin Crowley (2008-Pres.)..... 49 George LaFlare (2001-04).......... 48 Chris Kollmer (1994-97)............. 45 Louis Ventura (1990-93)............. 44 Courtney Wilson (1994-97)........ 43 Dominic D’Orazio (1997-2000)... 35 Bobby Trenkle (2005-08)............ 34 Bruce Pollack (1984-85)............. 34 Rob Walker (1991-92)................ 32 Jesse Foss (2000-01)................. 30

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Points Jason Cappadoro (2003-06).... 201 John Warrack (1984-85)........... 156 Courtney Wilson (1994-97)...... 155 Brian Reilly (1984-87)............... 154 Kevin Pall (1999-2002)............. 144 Chris Kollmer (1994-97)........... 142 Bo Tripodi (2005-08)................. 141 Robb Aitchison (1994-98)......... 141 Chris Scaduto (1984-87).......... 138 Adam Marksberry (2003-06).... 135 John Sproat (1989-90)..............111 Dominic D’Orazio (1997-2000).110 Louis Ventura (1990-93)........... 108 Rhys Duch (2005-08)............... 106 Jordan McBride (2008-Pres.).105 Ray McKenna (1984-85).......... 105 Derek Reyna (1994-97)............ 102 Robert Henry (1986-89)........... 101 Tony Cabrera (1989-92)........... 100 Kevin Crowley (2008-Pres.)..... 99 Ron Capri (1988-90)................... 99

Stony Brook's National Leaders Adam Rand 2009 NCAA Division I Face-Off Percentage Champion (.638)

Brendan Callahan 2004 NCAA Division I GAA Champion (5.97) and Save Percentage Champion (.687)

Kevin Pall

Season Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 20.

Goals Kevin Pall (2001)........................ 50 Kevin Pall (2002)........................ 49 John Warrack (1985).................. 48 John Warrack (1984).................. 46 Jordan McBride (2008)............. 44 Dave Fritz (1990)........................ 44 Tony Cabrera (1990).................. 43 Jordan McBride (2009)............. 42 Bob Henry (1987)....................... 39 Bo Tripodi (2006)........................ 37 Jim Hayes (1987)....................... 37 Courtney Wilson (1997).............. 36 Kevin Pall (2000)........................ 34 Chris Scaduto (1985)................. 33 Chris Kollmer (1997).................. 32 Ron Capri (1988)........................ 31 Ron Capri (1989)........................ 31 Bo Tripodi (2005)........................ 29 Terence Vetter (1991)................. 29 Kevin Crowley (2009)............... 28 Bo Tripodi (2008)........................ 28 Bruce Pollack (1984).................. 28 Ray McKenna (1984)................. 28 Courtney Wilson (1995).............. 28 Dominic D’Orazio (1998)............ 28

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19. 20.

Ground Balls Chris Scaduto (1984)............... 146 Chris Scaduto (1988)............... 119 Kyle Pearl (2003)...................... 106 Chris Scaduto (1987)............... 102 Steven Waldeck (2009)............. 96 John Warrack (1984).................. 92 Ray McKenna (1984)................. 89 Jim Astea (2006)........................ 86 Chris Theofield (1995)................ 82 Kevin Dalland (1992).................. 79 Derek Reyna (1997)................... 79 Chris Kollmer (1995).................. 77 Kyle Pearl (2004)........................ 77 John Scaduto (1984).................. 76 Bruce Hastings (1984)................ 76 Jason Cruciani (1995)................ 75 Robb Aitchison (98).................... 75 Rich Stanton (1984)................... 74 Brian Reilly (1987)...................... 73 Chris Kollmer (1997).................. 73

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10. 12. 13. 16. 18. 20.

Assists John Sproat (1990)..................... 43 Jason Cappadoro (2006)............ 37 John Warrack (1984).................. 36 Jason Cappadoro (2005)............ 33 Ray McKenna (1985)................. 30 Adam Marksberry (2005)............ 29 Rhys Duch (2008)...................... 28 Chris Theofield (1995)................ 27 Robb Aitchison (1997)................ 27 Kevin Crowley (2008)............... 26 John Warrack (1985).................. 26 Tom Compitello (2009)............. 25 Ray McKenna (1984)................. 24 Derek Reyna (1997)................... 24 Robb Aitchison (1998)................ 24 Kevin Crowley (2009)............... 23 Chris Scaduto (1985)................. 23 Bruce Pollack (1984).................. 22 John Sproat (1989)..................... 22 Rob Walker (1991)..................... 21

1. 2. 3. 4.

9. 10. 13. 14. 15. 19.

Points John Warrack (1984)................82 John Warrack (1985)................74 John Sproat (1990)...................67 Jason Cappadoro (2006)..........56 Jason Cappadoro (2005)..........56 Chris Scaduto (1985)...............56 Dave Fritz (1990)......................56 Courtney Wilson (1997)............56 Jordan McBride (2008)...........55 Bob Henry (1987).....................55 Tony Cabrera (1990)................55 Kevin Pall (2001)......................55 Ray McKenna (1985)...............53 Ray McKenna (1984)...............52 Kevin Crowley (2009).............51 Adam Marksberry (2005)..........51 Chris Theofield (1995)..............51 Kevin Pall (2002)......................51 Jordan McBride (2009)...........50 Bruce Pollack (1984)................50

2001 NCAA Division I Scoring Champion (3.9 gpg)

Greg Taylor 1998 NCAA Division I Save Percentage Champion (.671)

Team Awards

2005 NCAA Division I Man-Up Unit (.457)

Stony Brook Coaching History John Ziegler 1983-85

3 seasons (30-10, .750) The first head coach of varsity lacrosse at Stony Brook. Coached Patriots to ECAC Championship in 1985.

Bruce Casagrande 1986-87

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2 seasons (13-13, .500)

Coached Stony Brook to ECAC Semifinals in 1987. Went on to coach basketball at Denver and Adelphi.

John Espey 1988-2004

16 seasons (116-123, .485) Led Stony Brook through its transition to Division I in 1990. Guided team to America East title and first-ever NCAA appearance in 2002.

Lars Tiffany 2004-2006 2 seasons (18-13, .581)

The fourth coach in Stony Brook's history. Led the Seawolves to their first-ever national ranking and was named America East Head Coach of the Year in 2004.

Rick Sowell 2007- Present 3 Seasons (24-18, .571)

The fifth coach in Stony Brook's history who began in the summer of 2006 after rebuilding the St. John's lacrosse program for three years.

Individual Records Scoring Records Most Goals

Quarter: 4...................................................Bob Henry vs Pace, 3/25/87 Half: 5.... many times, most recent Kevin Pall vs. Quinnipiac, 4/25/01 Game: 10................................ Jordan McBride at Delaware, 3/15/08 Season: 50................................................. Kevin Pall, 2001 (14 games) Career: 133.............................................................. Kevin Pall, 1999-02

Most Assists

Quarter: 4..................................... James Sommese vs Fairfield, 3/1/92 Half: 5............................................... John Sproat at Marist, 4/29/90 Game: 9............................................... John Sproat at Marist, 4/29/90 Season: 43..............................................John Sproat, 1990 (14 games) Career: 107..................................................Jason Cappadoro, 2003-06

Most Points Scored

Quarter: 5....many times, most recent James Sommese vs Fairfield, 3/1/92 Half: 8...........................................Jeff Agostino at Hartford, 4/13/91 8............................................... John Sproat at Marist, 4/29/90 Game: 12................................ Jordan McBride at Delaware, 3/15/08 12.............................................. John Sproat at Marist, 4/29/90 12............................... John Warrack vs Southampton, 4/24/85 Season: 82........................................... John Warrack, 1984 (14 games) Career: 201..................................................Jason Cappadoro, 2003-06

Most Game Winning Goals (since 88) Season: Career:

5..................................................................... Bo Tripodi, 2005 5..................................................................... Kevin Pall, 2002 14............................................................... Bo Tripodi, 2005-08

Game: Season: Career:

20 ................................ Ron Capri at SUNY-Maritime, 3/20/88 127............................................... Ron Capri, 1988 (14 games) 383 . ................................................Courtney Wilson, 1994-97

Most Shots On Goal

Goalkeeping Records Most Games Played Season: Career:

16.................................................................John Dobias, 2000 55......................................................... Rob Serratore, 1989-92

Most Minutes Played

Season: 840............................................... Art Scalise, 1988 (14 games) Career: 3,003....................................................... Rob Serratore, 1989-92

Most Goals Against Game:

22...................................... Marcel Fisher at St. John’s, 3/12/86

Fewest Goals Against

Half: 0.........many times, most recent, Matt Ural vs. Siena (4/12/05) Game: 0.........................................John Dobias vs. Air Force, 3/16/99 0.................................Rob Serratore at Southampton, 3/29/90 0.................................................................vs Queens, 4/11/84 Season: 86....................................................... Rob Serratore (745 min.) Career: 375 ....................................................Marcel Fisher (2426 min.)

Most Shots Faced

Quarter: 25...................................... Marcel Fisher at St. John’s, 3/12/86 Half: 44.............................. Rob Serratore at North Carolina, 4/21/91 Game: 83.............................. Rob Serratore at North Carolina, 4/21/91 Season: 546............................................... Art Scalise, 1988 (14 games) Career: 1778....................................................... Rob Serratore, 1989-92

Most Saves

Half: 19.............................. Rob Serratore at North Carolina, 4/21/91 Game: 35........................................ Rob Serratore at Princeton, 3/15/92 35.............................. Rob Serratore at North Carolina, 4/21/91 Season: 249.............................................................. Marcel Fisher, 1985 Career: 848........................................................ Rob Serratore, 1989-92

Lowest Goals Against Average

Most Ground Balls

Season: 5.97 (min. 10g)................. Brendan Callahan, 2004 (733 minutes) Career: 8.44........................ Steve Armsworthy, 2001-02 (1,400 minutes)

Most Penalties

Season: .699 (min 100 sv)......... Rob Serratore, 1992 (248 saves, 107 GA) Career: .677 (min 200 sv)........Rob Serratore, 1989-92 (848 saves, 435 GA)

Season: 146..........................................Chris Scaduto, 1984 (14 games) Career: 467........................................................Chris Scaduto, 1984-87 Quarter: Half: Game: Season: Career:

3.... many times, most recent Steve Ceballos vs Radford, 3/12/97 4...............................................Jon Ryan at Nazareth, 4/16/88 6...............................................Jon Ryan at Nazareth, 4/16/88 20................................ Greg Freeland, 1990, 1992 (14 games) 49........................................................ Greg Freeland, 1990-92

Quarter: Half: Game: Season: Career:

3:30..................................... Tony Cabrera vs Ohio State, 5/2/92 3:30.................................. Kevin Sheehan at St. John’s, 3/12/86 3:30.... many times, most recent Kevin Pall vs. Rutgers, 4/11/00 5:30.............................................Jon Ryan at Nazareth, 4/16/88 17:00.............................. Greg Freeland, 1990, 1992 (14 games) 41:00...................................................... Greg Freeland, 1990-92

Most Penalty Minutes

Kevin Pall

Highest Save Percentage Most Wins Season: Career:

12....................................................Rob Serratore, 1990 (12-2) 36............................................ Rob Serratore, 1989-92 (36-18)

Highest Winning Percentage

Season: .857...................................................Rob Serratore, 1990 (12-2) Career: .667........................................... Rob Serratore, 1989-92 (36-18)

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Team Records Most Goals Scored Quarter:....................... 13, at. Wagner, 4/19/00 Half:.............................. 20, at Wagner, 4/19/00 Game:...........................26, at Hartford, 4/13/91 Season:..........................197, 1984 (14 games)

MOST SHOTS TAKEN Quarter:............................ 25, vs Pace, 3/25/87 Half:.............................. 41, at Wagner, 4/19/00 Game:.............................75, vs. Marist, 4/19/95 Season:..........................626, 2002 (17 games)

MOST PENALTIES Quarter:............................9, vs Lehigh, 3/16/91 Half:................................14, vs Lehigh, 3/16/91 Game:.............................19, vs Lehigh, 3/16/91 Season:..........................128, 1990 (14 games)

MOST SAVES BY AN OPPONENT Half:............................... 20, at Denver, 3/12/87 Game:.........................29, at Dennison, 3/16/85 Season:..........................245, 2002 (17 games)

FEWEST GOALS SCORED Game:.................................1, vs Colgate, 1989 Season:............................99, 2003 (15 games)

FEWEST SHOTS TAKEN Quarter:.......................................1, many times most recent vs. Binghamton, 2004 Half:.....................................3, at Navy, 3/38/92 Game:........................9, at N. Carolina, 4/21/91 Season:..........................410, 1998 (12 games)

FEWEST PENALTIES Game:...........................0, vs Villanova, 4/26/97 0, at Wagner, 4/19/00 Season:............................50, 1998 (12 games)

FEWEST SAVES BY AN OPPONENT Half:..................................0, at Denver, 3/21/09 .......................................0, vs. Hofstra, 4/22/08 Game:.............................3, vs. Hofstra, 4/22/08 Season:..........................119, 2007 (13 games)

MOST GOALS SCORED BY AN OPPONENT Quarter:.....................9, at N. Carolina, 4/21/91 9, at St. John’s, 3/12/86 Half:.................................. 14, vs. Yale, 4/30/97 Game:..............................24, at Virginia, 5/1/99 Season:..........................182, 2000 (16 games) FEWEST GOALS SCORED BY AN OPPONENT Game:..........................0, vs. Air Force, 3/16/99 0, at Southampton, 3/29/90 0, vs Queens, 4/11/84 Season:..........................101, 1989 (14 games) MOST GOALS SCORED BY BOTH TEAMS Quarter:................ 13 (4th), vs. Albany, 4/25/09 Half:.................................. 21, vs. Yale, 4/30/97 21, at Wagner, 4/19/00 Game:.................................36, vs Drew, 5/3/85 (SB 21, Drew 15) Season:.............................................337, 2009 (15 games, SB 168, Opp. 169) FEWEST GOALS SCORED BY BOTH TEAMS Half:......................................1, vs Drew, 4/1/88 Game:....................... 4, vs Providence, 3/13/99 Season:.............................................241, 1989 (14 games, SB 140, Opp. 101) MOST ASSISTS SCORED Quarter:...........................7, vs. Albany, 4/29/09 7, at Hartford, 4/13/91 Half:..............................11, at Hartford, 4/13/91 Game:...........................18, at Hartford, 4/13/91 Season:..........................133, 1984 (14 games) FEWEST ASSISTS SCORED Game:...............................0, vs Colgate, 4/1/89 Season:............................46, 1988 (14 games) MOST ASSISTS SCORED BY AN OPPONENT Quarter:......................... 6, vs. Virginia, 2/20/09 6, at Duke, 2/27/93 6, at North Carolina, 4/21/91 Half:................................ 9 vs. Virginia, 2/20/09 Game:.......................... 16, vs. Virginia, 2/20/09 Season:..........................105, 2009 (15 games) FEWEST ASSISTS SCORED BY AN OPPONENT Game:................................0, vs. Air Force, 199 0, at Southampton, 3/29/90 0, vs Queens, 4/11/84 Season:............................51, 1984 (14 games) MOST POINTS SCORED Quarter:........................ 22, at Wagner, 4/19/00 Half:.............................. 33, at Wagner, 4/19/00 Game:...........................44, at Hartford, 4/13/91 Season:..........................330, 1984 (14 games) FEWEST POINTS SCORED Half:............................................0, many times, most recent vs Georgetown, 4/18/92 Game:...............................1, vs Colgate, 4/1/89 Season:..........................160, 1999 (13 games) MOST POINTS SCORED BY AN OPPONENT Quarter:...................15, at N. Carolina, 4/21/91 Half:................................... 22, vs Yale, 4/30/97 Game:..............................38, at Virginia, 5/1/99 Season:..........................274, 2009 (15 games) FEWEST POINTS SCORED BY AN OPPONENT Game:..............................0, vs. Air Force, 1999 0, at Southampton, 3/29/90 0, vs Queens, 4/11/84 Season:..........................156, 1989 (14 games)

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MOST SHOTS TAKEN BY AN OPPONENT Quarter:..................... 25, at St. John’s, 3/12/86 Half:.........................44, at N. Carolina, 4/21/91 Game:......................83, at N. Carolina, 4/21/91 FEWEST SHOTS TAKEN BY AN OPPONENT Quarter:............................ 0, vs. Hartford, 2005 0, vs Dowling, 4/3/85 0, at Wagner, 4/19/00 Half:..................................4, vs Lehigh, 3/16/91 4, vs Dowling, 4/3/85 4, at Wagner, 4/19/00 Game:............................. 8, at Wagner, 4/19/00 Season:..........................448, 1990 (14 games) MOST SHOTS TAKEN BY BOTH TEAMS Quarter:........................37, vs Colgate, 3/27/93 Half:..............................60, vs Colgate, 3/27/93 Game:.........................112, vs Colgate, 3/27/93 Season:..........................................1,292, 1984 (14 games, SB 616, Opp. 676) FEWEST SHOTS TAKEN BY BOTH TEAMS Quarter:............................5, vs Colgate, 4/1/89 Half:................................12, vs Colgate, 4/1/89 Game:.............................36, vs Colgate, 4/1/89 Season:.............................................816, 1998 (12 games, SB 410, Opp. 406) MOST GROUND BALLS Quarter:....................... 28, at Maritime, 4/10/85 28, vs Geneseo, 3/19/85 Half:............................. 47, at Maritime, 4/10/85 Game:.......................... 87, at Maritime, 4/10/85 Season:.......................1,155, 1984 (14 games) FEWEST GROUND BALLS Quarter:.............................1, vs. Rutgers, 2005 1, vs Colgate, 4/1/89 Half:.................................... 4, vs. UMass, 2004 Game:............................... 12, vs. UMass, 2004 Season:..........................403, 2008 (14 games) MOST GROUND BALLS BY AN OPPONENT Quarter:....................26, at N. Carolina, 4/2191 Half:............................46, at Dennison, 3/16/85 Game:.........................86, at Dennison, 3/16/85 Season:..........................709, 1992 (14 games) FEWEST GROUND BALLS BY AN OPPONENT Quarter:............................1, vs Lehigh, 3/16/91 Half:..................................... 6 vs. UMass, 2004 Game:.............................19, at Vermont, 4/4/09 .................................... 19, at Vermont, 3/31/07 19, vs Air Force, 4/22/90 19, vs Georgetown, 4/29/89 Season:..........................361, 1984 (14 games) MOST GROUND BALLS BY BOTH TEAMS Quarter:...................43, at Kings Point, 4/17/86 43, at Dennison, 3/16/85 Half:............................86, at Dennison, 3/16/85 Game:.......................169, at Dennison, 3/16/85 Season:..........................................1,516, 1984 (14 games, SB 1,155, Opp. 361) FEWEST GROUND BALLS BY BOTH TEAMS Quarter:.............................. 3, vs. UMass, 2004 Half:................................... 10 vs. UMass, 2004 Game:................................ 28 vs. UMass, 2004 Season:.............................................779, 2007 (13 games, SB 383, Opp. 396)

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MOST PENALTIES BY AN OPPONENT Quarter:....................... 9, vs Ohio State, 5/2/92 Half:........................... 12, vs Ohio State, 5/2/92 Game:........................ 17, vs Ohio State, 5/2/92 Season:..........................110, 1992 (14 games) FEWEST PENALTIES BY AN OPPONENT Game:...........................................1, eight times most recent, at Hofstra, 4/21/09 Season:............................43, 2009 (15 games) MOST PENALTIES BY BOTH TEAMS Qtr.:............................ 12, vs Ohio State, 5/2/92 Half:........................... 16, vs Ohio State, 5/2/92 16, vs Providence, 3/22/92 Game:..................... 30, vs Providence, 3/22/92 Season:..........................222, 1990 (14 games) FEWEST PENALTIES BY BOTH TEAMS Qtr.:..............................................0, many times Half:.................................................0, six times most recent, vs. Albany, 4/25/09 ........................................ 0, at Hofstra, 4/21/09 Game:............................. 1, at Wagner, 4/19/00 Season:............................98, 2009 (15 games) MOST PENALTY MINUTES Qtr.:............................10:00, vs Lehigh, 3/16/91 Half:...........................13:30, vs Lehigh, 3/16/91 Game:........................18:00, vs Lehigh, 3/16/91 Season:.....................104:30, 1990 (14 games) FEWEST PENALTY MINUTES Game:............................. 0, at Wagner, 4/19/00 Season:.......................39:30, 1996 (11 games) MOST PENALTY MINUTES BY AN OPPONENT Qtr.:....................... 10:00, vs Ohio State, 5/2/92 Half:...................... 12:00, vs Ohio State, 5/2/92 Game:................... 16:30, vs Ohio State, 5/2/92 Season:.......................90:30, 1992 (14 games) FEWEST PENALTY MINUTES BY AN OPPONENT Game:......................................... :30, four times most recent, at Binghamton, 4/19/08 Season:.......................32:30, 2009 (15 games) MOST PENALTY MINUTES BY BOTH TEAMS Qtr.:....................... 16:30, vs Ohio State, 5/2/92 Half:...................... 19:00, vs Ohio State, 5/2/92 Game:................ 25:30, vs Providence, 3/22/92 Season:.....................181:30, 1991 (13 games) FEWEST PENALTY MINUTES BY BOTH TEAMS Qtr.:.............................................0, many times, most recent vs. Binghamton, 2005 Half:.................................................0, six times most recent, vs. Albany, 4/25/09 Game:.....................1:30, vs. Lafayette, 3/18/08 Season:.......................77:30, 2009 (15 games) TEAM GOALKEEPING RECORDS MOST SAVES Half:...................20, at Boston College, 4/24/93 Game:.........................35, at Princeton, 3/15/92 35, at North Carolina, 4/21/91 Season:..........................265, 1992 (14 games) FEWEST SAVES Half:.......................................................0, twice .....................most recent, vs. Hartford, 4/12/08 Game:........................... 2, vs. Hartford, 4/12/08 Season:.........................150, 1999 (13 games)

LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season:............................................7.17, 1989 .................................. (101 goals, 845 minutes) HIGHEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Season:..........................................12.81, 1993 (180 goals, 843 minutes) HIGHEST SAVE PERCENTAGE Season:...........699, 1992 (265 saves, 114 GA) LOWEST SAVE PERCENTAGE Season:...........508, 2008 (153 GA, 158 saves) ADDITIONAL TEAM RECORDS LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 24...................................... at, Wagner, 4/19/00 LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT 21..........................................at Virginia, 5/1/99 MOST GOALS SCORED PER GAME IN A SEASON 14.07.................... 1984 (197 goals, 14 games) FEWEST GOALS SCORED PER GAME IN A SEASON 8.02...................... 1999 (105 goals, 13 games) FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME IN A SEASON 7.21...................... 1989 (101 goals, 14 games) MOST GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME IN A SEASON 12.86.................... 1993 (180 goals, 14 games) MOST GOALS SCORED IN A LOSS 14...............................at Pennsylvania, 5/21/91 MOST CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES 12..............................................................1990 MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME VICTORIES 8 (one season)..........................................2004 11 ........................................................2004-05 MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD VICTORIES 8................................................................1990 MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES 6..........................................3/23/96 to 4/13/96 6...........................................2/26/00 to 3/29/00 MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME LOSSES 6.............................................4/17/93 to 4/2/94 6.............................................4/22/95 to 4/6/96 6.............................................5/8/99 to 3/29/00 MOST CONSECUTIVE ROAD LOSSES 5...........................................................1995-96 ALL-TIME RECORD IN ONE GOAL GAMES 32-26

Honors & Awards All-Americans

Stony Brook MVPs

Division III 1984 John Warrack 1985 Chris Scaduto Division I STX/USILA 2002 Kevin Pall (HM) 2004 Brendan Callahan (HM) 2008 Jordan McBride (HM) 2009 Jordan McBride (HM) 360Lacrosse.com 2001 Kevin Pall (HM) Inside Lacrosse Preseason 2002 Steve Armsworthy (HM); Eric Hatkewitz (HM); Kevin Pall (HM) 2005 Brendan Callahan (HM); Kyle Pearl (HM) 2008 Jordan McBride (3rd), Kevin Crowley (HM) 2009 Kevin Crowley (2nd), Jordan McBride (HM)

1983................................... Steven Pollack 1984.................................... Ray McKenna 1985.................................... Chris Scaduto 1986..................................... Marcel Fisher 1987..................................... Marcel Fisher 1988.....................................Chris Cassidy 1989.................................... Rob Serratore 1990.................................... Rob Serratore 1991.................................... Rob Serratore 1992.................................... Rob Serratore 1993.....................................Kevin Dalland 1994............................................ Ed Havel 1995................................. Brian McDonald 1996........................................... Will Imhof 1997...................................... Derek Reyna 1998...................................Robb Aitchison 1999........................................... Jim Imhof 2000............................... Dominic D’Orazio 2001........................................... Kevin Pall 2002................................... Denis Scannell 2003...............................Jason Cappadoro 2004.................................... Eric Hatkewitz 2005..................................... Michael Poch 2006...............................Jason Cappadoro 2007.............................. Brendan Callahan 2008..... Kevin Crowley, Jordan McBride 2009................................Steven Waldeck

Greg Taylor

North/South All-Star Game North Team 1992 Rob Serratore, John Espey (Coach) 1997 Derek Reyna 1998 Robb Aitchison, Greg Taylor (Alt.) 2002 Steve Armsworthy, Kevin Pall 2003 Dennis Nafte 2004 George LaFlare 2005 Kyle Pearl 2006 Jason Cappadoro 2007 Brendan Callahan, Larry Cerasi 2008 Owen Adams, Ryan Hughes

Stony Brook Hall

2001

Kevin Pall, Attack (1)

America East All-America East 2002 Eric Hatkewitz (1), Kevin Pall (1), Kyle Pearl (2), Denis Scannell (1) 2003 Jason Cappadoro (1), George LaFlare (1), Kyle Pearl (1), Eric Hatkewitz (2), Dennis Nafte (2) 2004 Jason Cappadoro (1), Eric Hatkewitz (1), George LaFlare (1), Kyle Pearl (1) 2005 Kyle Pearl (1), Jason Cappadoro (2), David Weiss (2) 2006 Jason Cappadoro (1), Rhys Duch (2), Chris Gignilliat (2), Bo Tripodi (2) 2007 Brendan Callahan (2), Bo Tripodi (2) 2008 Kevin Crowley (1), Jordan McBride (1), Steven Waldeck (1), Owen Adams (2), Rhys Duch (2), Bo Tripodi (2) 2009 Kevin Crowley (1), Jordan McBride (1), Adam Rand (1), Steven Waldeck (1), Jared LeVerne (2) All-Rookie 2002 Steve Conlon 2003 Jason Cappadoro, Adam Marksberry 2004 Brendan Callahan, Larry Cerasi 2005 Rhys Duch, Matt Ural, Bo Tripodi 2006 Cory Conway, Chris Gignilliat 2007 Steven Waldeck 2008 Kevin Crowley, Jordan McBride 2009 Jared LeVerne Coach Of The Year 2005 Lars Tiffany

Kevin Pall

Frank Ross '81 2001 Rob Serratore '92

ECAC

of

Fame

Rookie of the Year 2005 Bo Tripodi 2008 Jordan McBride Dominic D’Orazio

In The Polls

Geico/STX Poll 2005 20th (3/14); 18th (3/21); 14th (3/28); 17th (4/25)

Inside Lacrosse Media Poll 2005 17th (3/28) 2007 20th (3/12); 20th (3/19); 20th (3/26); 18th (4/2); 19th (4/9) 2008 20th (3/17) 2009 20th (4/27)

All-Tournament 2002 Denis Scannell (MOP), Kevin Pall, Steve Armsworthy 2003 Jason Cappadoro, Kyle Pearl 2004 Jason Cappadoro, Brendan Callahan 2005 Adam Marksberry, David Weiss, Michael Poch 2006 Ryan Hughes, Jason Cappadoro 2007 Owen Adams, Chris Gignilliat 2008 Nick Maturro, Steven Waldeck 2009 Kevin Crowley, Chris Gignilliat Steven Waldeck

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All-Time Opponents/Roster All-Time Opponent Adelphi Air Force Albany Arizona Army Binghamton Boston College Bucknell Butler Cal-Berkeley Canisius Colgate Colorado Cornell Cortland C.W. Post Dartmouth Denison Delaware Denver Dowling Drew Duke Fairfield FDU-Madison FDU-Teaneck Geneseo Georgetown Gettysburg Hartford Hartwick Harvard Hofstra Holy Cross Kings Point Lafayette Lehigh Manhattan Manhattanville Marist Maryland UMBC Massachusetts Michigan State Montclair State Mt. St. Mary's, Md. Mt. St. Mary, N.Y. Navy Nazareth New Hampshire North Carolina Notre Dame Ohio State Ohio Wesleyan Oneonta Oswego Pace Pennsylvania Penn State Potsdam Princeton Providence Queens Quinnipiac Radford Regis Roanoke Rochester Rutgers St. John’s Santa Clara Siena Southampton Stanford SUNY-Maritime Vermont Villanova Virginia Wagner Yale

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Rec. 1-4 5-5 8-12 1-0 0-2 6-3 3-3 0-3 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-6 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-2 3-4 0-1 4-2 5-2 2-0 4-1 0-2 5-1 1-0 1-0 2-1 0-6 0-2 16-5 0-2 1-3 2-4 3-1 3-1 9-1 7-5 3-1 1-0 11-2 0-1 4-11 0-6 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-8 0-2 2-5 0-6 2-1 2-2 0-1 4-1 2-0 3-0 0-3 2-6 2-0 0-2 8-0 2-0 5-1 3-2 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-5 0-1 1-0 6-0 6-1 1-0 6-0 8-0 2-2 0-6 2-0 0-2

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Last Win 3-17-96 3-24-04 4-29-09 3-12-95 ----- 4-18-09 5-5-99 - - - - - 4-1-01 4-13-90 4-3-93 3-8-97 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3-28-98 - - - - - 3-14-09 3-10-07 4-3-85 5-3-89 - - - - - 3-18-01 5-4-85 4-28-84 3-20-86 - - - - - - - - - - 4-11-09 - - - - - 3-3-07 4-24-07 3-20-91 4-24-87 3-17-09 3-4-09 3-6-02 5-5-84 3-25-08 ----- 5-4-05 - - - - - 3-3-93 - - - - - 3-23-95 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-12-97 - - - - - 3-9-89 4-16-00 - - - - - 4-30-88 3-28-86 4-27-88 - - - - - 3-18-06 4-1-85 - - - - - 4-5-00 4-19-89 3-26-05 4-1-00 3-14-97 - - - - - 4-15-89 3-22-05 - - - - - 4-11-90 3-7-09 3-29-90 4-9-90 4-17-89 4-4-09 4-6-02 ----- 3-5-05 - - - - -

All-Time Roster Last Loss 3-18-95 3-21-98 5-1-08 ----3-7-06 4-30-05 4-24-93 3-13-01 ------------3-6-99 3-7-87 3-13-04 3-26-88 3-8-86 3-31-96 3-16-85 2-28-04 3-21-09 ----5-8-87 2-27-93 4-17-02 --------3-29-88 4-7-01 3-30-85 4-14-07 4-9-88 2-28-09 4-21-09 3-23-88 4-17-86 3-29-00 3-15-97 4-26-00 ----4-3-96 3-15-03 5-2-09 3-12-05 4-11-92 5-6-88 ----3-16-84 3-22-03 4-16-88 4-13-96 4-23-03 4-13-92 4-18-99 4-6-85 4-11-87 --------5-2-91 5-5-01 ----4-18-93 --------3-29-03 3-27-99 ----3-25-86 ----3-28-06 3-12-86 --------4-23-86 ------------4-6-03 2-21-09 ----4-29-98

-ABrian Abrams . ............... 1999-2002 Graham Adams............ 2009-Pres. Owen Adams...................... 2005-08 Jeff Agostino . .................... 1990-91 Robb Aitchison .................. 1994-98 Joe Alamino . .......................... 1985 Brian Alfano........................ 2003-04 Gus Alzugaray ........................ 1990 Earl Amlinger .......................... 1997 Phil Archabald ............... 1999-2002 Peter Arendt ...................... 1992-93 Alexis Arguello, Jr. . ................ 1995 Shane Arikian.......................... 2004 Steve Armsworthy ............. 2001-02 Asseng ................................... 1984 Jim Astea............................ 2005-07 -BKevin Banks ........................... 1994 Frank Barile ................... 1999-2002 Justin Bell ............................... 2000 John Bella.................... 2008-Pres. Kyle Belton................... 2009-Pres. Mike Bocchino ................... 1990-93 John Bohnenblusch ................ 1987 Mike Brais . ........................ 1988-89 Tim Bridgwood ....................... 1998 Kevin Brookmeyer .................. 1988 Eric Bruckner ..................... 1998-99 Tom Bushy .................... 1998-2000 Rob Bruno............................... 2004 Hank Bryant . .......................... 1983 James Bush........................ 2007-08 Steve Byman ..................... 1985-86 -CTony Cabrera .................... 1989-92 Joe Cain ............................ 1989-92 Todd Caissie ..................... 1990-91 Travis Caissie ......................... 1991 Dave Calabro ......................... 1994 Brendan Callahan............... 2004-07 Robbie Campbell......... 2009-Pres. Matt Campolettano ........ 1999-2002 Rob Camposa.............. 2007-Pres. Mike Cannavale . .................... 1983 Frank Capezza ....................... 1997 Jason Cappadoro............... 2003-06 Jeff Capri ........................... 1987-89 Ron Capri .......................... 1988-90 Jeff Caputo ............................. 1983 Edward Carron .................. 1984-86 Vin Cartafalsa .................... 1990-93 Chris Cassidy .................... 1986-89 Vince Castelli . ................... 1983-86 Fil Cavallo................................ 2007 Nick Ceballos ......................... 2000 Omar Ceballos .................. 1993-96 Steve Ceballos .................. 1996-97 George Celentano............. 1984-86 Larry Cerasi........................ 2004-07 Kyle Chaikin ...................... 1988-89 Chris Chamberlain . ........... 1991-94 Sean Chamberlain.............. 2004-07 Carl Chambers .................. 1985-86 Mark Chiampou ...................... 1994 Brady Clouser . .................. 1992-93 Tom Compitello............ 2007-Pres. Steve Conlon .......................... 2002

Bill Connelly . ..................... 1983-84 Matt Connolly.......................... 1993 Cory Conway........................... 2005 James Covino . ....................... 1994 Steve Cox .......................... 1993-95 James Crawford ..................... 1997 Ryan Crimi............................... 2006 Kevin Crowley.............. 2008-Pres. Jason Cruciani . ................. 1995-96 John Cucci . ............................ 1987 Mike Curatolo .................... 1990-93 -DDante Daddi .................. 1999-2000 Joe D’Albora ........................... 1990 Kevin Dalland .................... 1991-93 David Danielson ................ 1994-97 Dan DaPonte ................. 1999-2002 Reed Darby ....................... 2001-04 Will DeCristoforo...................... 1997 Ed DeLaura ....................... 1998-99 Nate Deibel.............................. 2008 Pat Delaleu ............................. 1993 Doug Delisle ...................... 1990-91 Andy Denning .................... 1991-92 Steve DeSousa ................. 1989-90 William DeWitt ........................ 1993 James Devins.......................... 2004 John Dobias .................. 1999-2000 Tom Dolezal ...................... 1983-85 Adam Donaton .................. 1997-99 John Donnelly.......................... 2003 Matt Donovan.......................... 2004 Shane Donovan . .................... 1990 Dominic D’Orazio .......... 1997-2000 Jeremy Draper . ............. 1999-2000 Brett Drost.................... 2008-Pres. Rhys Duch.......................... 2005-08 Mike Durgey ...................... 1992-93 Dennis Duswalt ...................... 1993 Mike Dworczyk .................. 2001-02 -ETaylor Eason................ 2006-Pres. Sean Ehatt . ............................ 2000 Paal Eide ............................... 1995 Eric Elarde .............................. 1991 Paul Emmanuel .........1983 & 85-86 Josh Eustice....................... 2007-08 -FRich Fabella ........................... 1987 Brian Facquet ........................ 1995 Dave Fallace .......................... 1991 Daudley Fanfan ...................... 1997 Sean Farrell ....................... 2002-03 Mike Feinstein ................... 1992-93 Tom Feicco.............................. 2009 Shane Ferguson...................... 2009 Kevin Finn............................... 2008 Marcel Fischer ................... 1985-87 Ken Florenz ....................... 1985-86 Dan Forsyth............................. 2006 Mike Forte ......................... 1988-89 Jesse Foss ........................ 2000-01 John Frayne ........................... 1983 Greg Freeland ................... 1990-92 Dave Fritz .........1988, 1990 & 1992 Scott Fuselier ......................... 1987 -GFreddie Garcia . ................. 1996-97

All-Time Roster Mike Giangrasso ............... 1983-84 Robert Gibson.............. 2009-Pres. Chris Gignilliat............. 2006-Pres.

Pete Gillen Pete Gillen ......................... 1994-97 Tristram Gillen ................... 1999-02 Jerritt Gluck ............................ 1983 Jon Goodelman.................. 2008-09 John Gosman ......................... 1983 Rich Grebe............................. 1983 Andrew Greene ...................... 1990 Hunter Greene . ...................... 2002 Savaughn Greene........ 2009-Pres. Mike Griffin ........................ 1990-91 Bob Grillo . .............................. 1985 -HKyle Hacker............................. 2003 Keith Hafner ........................... 1987 Bruce Hastings .................. 1983-84 John Harvey ........................... 1985 Eric Hatkewitz . .................. 2001-04 Ed Havel............................ 1991-94 Jim Hayes . ........................ 1986-87 Marty Helfand ......................... 1983 Bob Henry ......................... 1986-89 Loren Herod ...................... 1994-95 Jack Hewitt.............................. 2009 John Hillery . ........................... 1993 Ken Hofer ............................... 1983 Erich Hohlman ........................ 2002 Frank Hopkins......................... 2003 Jeff Horn................................. 1984 Rob Howell ........................ 1991-92 Ryan Hughes...................... 2005-08 Mingi Hyun............................. 1998 -IJim Imhof ........................... 1996-99 Will Imhof . ......................... 1993-96 Joel Insinga ....................... 1989-92 Tom Izzo............................. 2004-07 -JMark Jakubowski............... 1994-95 David Janas . ..................... 1987-89 Bryan Johansmeyer........... 2005-08 Brian Johnson ........................ 1993 Jason Joiner....................... 2003-07 -KAlex Kajencki...................... 2007-08 Glenn Kaminska ................ 1990-91 Greg Karanzalis . .................... 2002 Shawn Karr . ...................... 1988-89 Jeff Kaufman .......................... 1984 Fraser Kersey.......................... 2003 Greg Khanzadian............... 2007-08 Mike Kirschner . ...................... 2002

Stefan Koczinski ..................... 1985 Tim Kolm ........................... 1992-93 Chris Kollmer ..................... 1994-97 Will Konczynin.................... 2005-08 Joe Kopito............................... 2002 Charles Kotan . ....................... 1989 Dermott Kramer........... 2009-Pres. Patrick Kujan........................... 2006 -LNick LaBella ...................... 1983-85 Jamey Lacey .......................... 2002 Ed Lafferty .............................. 1990 George LaFlare ................. 2001-04 Sean LeFloch..................... 2005-08 Vonzell LeGall.............. 2008-Pres. Adam Lent.......................... 2004-07 Paul Leva .......................... 1990-93 Jared LeVerne.............. 2009-Pres. Lee Levine ..................... 1999-2000 Michael Levine .................. 1987-88 Ralph LoVerde ....................... 2000 Billy Lowe................................ 2003 Dan Lozza ......................... 1994-97 Ken Lorenz ........................ 1996-99 Michael Luce .......................... 1996 Chris Lundberg .................. 1987-89 Martin Lutzen . ........................ 1983 -MRyan Maehr........................ 2004-07 Peter Majewicz ....................... 1987 Brian Mancini........................... 2003 Barry Marks ....................... 1983-84 Adam Marksberry............... 2003-06 Brendan Mascuch.............. 2004-07 Nick Maturro....................... 2006-09 Tom Mazeika ................. 1999-2000 Jordan McBride........... 2008-Pres. Steve McCabe ................... 1987-91 Tim McCabe ........................... 2000 Brian McDonald ................. 1994-95 Ray McKenna .................... 1983-85 Jim McNamara........................ 2003 Dan McNaughton .............. 1983-86 Don McRea ............................ 1985 Kurt McVey.............................. 2003 Carlos Mejia ........................... 1987 Wes Merritt ............................. 1991 Jack Mesa............................... 2003 Greg Miceli................... 2009-Pres. John Micena ........................... 1993 Vin Miller . .......................... 1997-99 Rich Misiano ........................... 1989 Joe Monahan . ................... 1997-98 Jason Morales ................... 1993-94 Brad Morgenroth .................... 1987 Avi Mosden . ...................... 1984-85 Jim Mozzola ........................... 1992 John Mulligan.......................... 2004 Tom Mullooly .......................... 1992 Paul Murphy............................ 2009 -NDennis Nafte...................... 2000-03 Rich Napolitano ................. 1987-89 Eric Niccolls ............................ 1989 -OMatt O’Connor......................... 2004 Michael O’Connor . ................. 1986 Mike Of .............................. 1991-92 Robert O’Fee .......................... 1991 Jon O’Haire ............................ 1983

Allen Olsen ............................. 1983 Joe Ostrom.............................. 2003 Dave Oszvath .................... 1998-99 -PCharlie Paar................. 2009-Pres. Peter Palazzo .................... 1989-90 Kevin Pall ...................... 1999-2002 Mike Palmer....................... 2007-09 Pritesh Patel ...................... 1994-96 Kyle Pearl .......................... 2002-05 Dave Peng . ....................... 1986-89 Jim Perdikis ....................... 1988-89 Michael Poch .......................... 2002 Bruce Pollack ......................... 1985 Steven Pollack . ................. 1983-84 J.C. Pritchard . ................... 1983-85 Jeff Puglia . .................... 1997-2000 -QJeff Quedado .......................... 1983 Sean Quinlan . ................... 2001-03 -RErik Ragone . .......................... 1997 Chris Ramis ............................ 1988 Adam Rand................... 2008-Pres. Jim Randall . ........................... 1990 Mike Randall . ......................... 1985 Paul Randazzo............. 2009-Pres. Phil Reed................................. 2002 Pat Regan............................... 2004 T.J. Reid .........................1994 & 96 Brian Reilly ........................ 1984-87 Bryan Reinert............... 2008-Pres. Derek Reyna ..................... 1994-97 Chris Ricciardi ................... 1984-87 Luke Romanitch................. 2004-07 Gerard Ronan . ....................... 1993 Greg Rossi ............................. 2002 Scott Rothstein........................ 2004 Jason Rotzman ..................... 1995 Josh Russell............................ 2009 Jon Ryan ........................... 1987-90 -SMike Sakowich .................. 2000-02 Ralph Salonia .................... 1989-90 Tom Sammel ..................... 1984-85 Mike Sanfilippo ....................... 1989 Louis Santini ...................1992 & 94 Matt Santini ............................ 1994 Eric Sauma ............................. 2000 Chris Scaduto .................... 1984-87 John Scaduto .................... 1983-85 Artie Scalise ...................... 1986-88 Denis Scannell .............. 1999-2002 Mike Scerbo ...................... 1992-93 Eric Schaeffer ......................... 1998 John Schafer ..................... 1991-93 Joe Schlegel ........................... 1983 Craig Schmalz ................... 1997-98 Mark Schmittzeh . ................... 1989 Paul Schultes .................... 1991-94 Chris Schultz........................... 2004 Steven Schroeder............... 2005-07 Chris Scott................... 2007-Pres. Rob Serratore .................... 1989-92 Kevin Shea ........................ 2002-03 Kevin Sheehan ......1984-85 & 1988 Tim Sheehan........................... 2003 Jim Sicilian........................ 1991-92 Jeff Slater................................ 2003 James Smith . ................ 1999-2002

Trevor Smith ........................... 1999 James Sommese . ............. 1992-93 Michael Sopko............. 2007-Pres. Joe Spallone . .................... 1992-93 John Sproat ....................... 1989-90 Ian Spronck ............................ 1996 Rich Stanton ...................... 1983-84 Eric Stern . ......................... 1983-85 Jeff Strumeyer ................... 1984-87 Steve Suarez .......................... 1993 -TMike Tahany ...................... 1990-92 Jason Taveras ........................ 1997 Greg Taylor ....................... 1995-98 Sisto Telini .............................. 1996 Chris Theofield ....................... 1995 Jon Tompkins................ 1999-2002 Matt Toner ......................... 2000-01 Chris Tracey............................ 2005 Bobby Trenkle.................... 2005-08 Timmy Trenkle............. 2008-Pres. Bo Tripodi........................... 2005-08 Michal Trojanowski............. 2005-08 -UMatt Ural.................................. 2005 -VMatt Vainder........................... 1984 Louis Ventura .................... 1990-93 Jason Verhagen ..................... 1989 Terence Vetter . ...................... 1991 Anthony Veveakis.................... 2008 John Villacres ......................... 1998 Paul Viggiano .................... 1995-96 Tim Vogelbacker...................... 2008 -WKarim Wahib ........................... 1991 Steven Waldeck........... 2007-Pres. Rob Walker . ...................... 1991-92 Peter Walters . ........................ 1984 Ed Warner .............................. 1994 John Warrack .................... 1983-85 Gerard Weiser ........................ 1998 Aaron Weiss ...................... 2001-04 David Weiss............................ 2004 Collin Welsh............................ 2003 Drew Werney...................... 2005-08

Courtney Wilson Courtney Wilson ................ 1994-97 Errol Wilson............................. 2003 David Wright ........................... 1984 -YGary Yerkes ........................... 1991 -ZAdam Zetzer....................... 2003-04 Tyler Zinc................................. 2008

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All-Time Results Year-by-Year Record Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

W 9 11 10 6 7 6 10 12 8 7 3 3 7 3 9 7 5 5 7 10 5 9 10 8 8 7 9 201

L 3 3 4 6 7 8 4 2 5 7 11 10 7 8 4 5 8 11 7 7 10 6 6 7 5 7 6 174

Pct. Coach Conference .750 John Ziegler .786 John Ziegler .714 John Ziegler .500 Bruce Casagrande .500 Bruce Casagrande .429 John Espey .714 John Espey .851 John Espey .615 John Espey .500 John Espey .214 John Espey .231 John Espey .500 John Espey .273 John Espey .692 John Espey .583 John Espey .385 John Espey .313 John Espey 0-6, ECAC .500 John Espey 1-5, ECAC .588 John Espey 3-2/3rd, AE .333 John Espey 3-2/3rd, AE .600 John Espey 4-2/4th, AE .625 Lars Tiffany 4-2/4th, AE .533 Lars Tiffany 4-1/2nd, AE .615 Rick Sowell 2-3/4th, AE .500 Rick Sowell 3-2/3rd, AE .600 Rick Sowell 4-1/t-1st AE .536 28-26 (.519)

Post-Season ECAC Champions ECAC Semifinals ECAC Semifinals

AE Tourn. Champs/NCAA First Rd. AE Tourn. Semis AE Tourn. Semis AE Tourn. Finals AE Tourn. Semis AE Tourn. Semis AE Tourn. Semis AE Tournament Finals

Year-by-Year Results 3/7 3/15 3/16 3/21 3/24 3/28 3/31 4/7 4/11 4/14 4/18 4/28 5/2 5/5

1984 • 11-3 at Adelphi at Gettysburg at Mt. St. Mary (N.Y.) at SUNY-Maritime Oneonta at Dowling Oswego Potsdam Queens at Drew at Southampton Fairleigh Dickinson at Merchant Marine at Manhattanville

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1985 • 10-4 ECAC Champion 3/9 at C.W. Post L 3/16 at Denison L 3/19 Geneseo W 3/22 Oneonta W 3/30 Gettysburg (ot) L 4/1 Potsdam W 4/3 Dowling W 4/6 at Ohio Wesleyan L 4/8 Notre Dame (ot) W 4/10 at SUNY-Maritime W 4/17 at Merchant Marine W 4/24 Southhampton W 5/3 Drew! W 5/4 F. Dickinson-Madison! W ! ECAC Tournament 3/8 3/12 3/20 3/22 3/25 3/28 3/31

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2-22 11-12 11-12 19-12 12-8 10-4 9-8 12-11 23-0 16-4 8-4 17-2 21-7 26-4

11-18 9-11 7-6 12-3 11-12 10-5 19-2 5-12 13-12 17-6 14-4 20-8 21-15 19-11

L 2-19 L 4-22 W 10-2 W 7-5 L 6-22 W 11-9 W 14-12

4/12 4/15 4/17 4/23 4/26

at New Hampshire Albany at Merchant Marine at Southampton at Pace

1987 • 7-7 3/7 at Colorado 3/9 at Air Force 3/12 at Denver 3/21 vs. Ohio St.^ 3/25 Pace 3/28 Marist 3/30 SUNY-Maritime 4/4 New Hampshire 4/8 Southampton 4/11 at Oneonta 4/13 at Hartwick 4/18 Nazareth 4/24 at Merchant Marine 5/8 at Drew! ! ECAC Tournament ^ at Huntington HS 1988 • 6-8 3/15 at Radford 3/20 at SUNY-Maritime 3/23 Holy Cross 3/26 vs. Cortland 3/29 GENESEO 4/1 at Drew 4/9 HARTWICK 4/13 at Marist 4/16 at Nazareth 4/20 at Southampton 4/23 ALBANY 4/27 at Pace 4/30 ONEONTA 5/6 at Montclair St.! ! ECAC Tournament

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L W L L L W L L L W W W W L

10-16 16-11 4-10 4-19 11-13 3-2 7-15 6-12 6-18 12-6 9-8 16-5 11-10 4-12

1989 • 10-4 3/9 Notre Dame (ot) 3/25 Fairfield (ot) 3/30 Southampton 4/1 Colgate 4/5 at Holy Cross 4/12 Marist 4/15 Rochester 4/17 SUNY-Maritime 4/19 Queens 4/22 at Albany 4/29 vs. Georgetown^ 5/3 Drew 5/6 Providence 5/11 at Pennsylvania ^ at Jamaica, N.Y.

W 8-7 W 11-10 W 13-2 L 1-10 W 9-3 W 12-5 W 15-7 W 14-4 W 22-2 L 9-10 L 8-10 W 7-6 W 7-6 L 4-19

3/11 3/14 3/17 3/24 3/29 3/31 4/9 4/11 4/13 4/22 4/24 4/29 5/2 5/5

1990 • 12-2 Georgetown Holy Cross Hartford at Lehigh at Southampton Albany (ot) at Stanford at Santa Clara at California Air Force at Fairfield at Marist at Providence #13 Pennsylvania

L 9-11 W 15-5 W 18-9 W 12-9 W 20-0 W 10-9 W 16-4 W 12-9 W 9-7 W 15-11 W 19-7 W 21-9 W 11-10 L 4-18

3/9 3/16 3/20 3/24 3/28 4/5 4/7 4/13

1991 • 8-5 at Georgetown Lehigh Holy Cross Dartmouth at Canisius at Air Force at Denver at Hartford

L 9-16 W 9-6 W 17-6 W 10-9 W 17-10 W 11-9 W 16-5 W 26-6

4/20 4/21 4/25 4/27 5/2

at #11 Duke at #1 North Carolina Fairfield Boston College at #18 Pennsylvania

L 3-17 L 2-19 W 21-7 L 8-14 L 14-19

3/1 3/14 3/15 3/22 3/28 4/1 4/3 4/8 4/11 4/13 4/18 4/24 4/26 5/2

1992 • 7-7 Fairfield at Lehigh at #4 Princeton Providence at #12 Navy Marist Canisius Hartford at Michigan St. at Notre Dame #18 Georgetown Air Force at Boston College Ohio St.

W W L W L W W W L L L W L L

20-4 11-6 5-12 9-6 2-11 19-4 17-5 12-5 7-9 3-14 5-10 10-6 9-12 9-10

1993 • 3-11 2/27 vs. #3 North Carolina! L 4-18 2/28 vs. #8 Duke@ L 3-18 3/3 Michigan St. W 9-7 3/10 Lehigh L 7-14 3/27 Colgate L 12-14 3/31 Marist W 15-9 4/4 vs. Dartmouth^ L 9-10 4/10 at Air Force L 6-16 4/17 New Hampshire L 9-10 4/18 #2 Princeton L 7-18 4/22 at Hartford W 17-6 4/24 at Boston College L 3-14 5/1 #8 Navy L 5-13 5/8 Adelphi L 10-13 ! Durham, N.C.; @ Chapel Hill, N.C. ^ Fairfield, Conn.

All-Time Results 3/20 3/26 3/30 4/2 4/9 4/12 4/16 4/20 4/23 4/27 4/30 5/4 5/8

1994 • 3-10 Air Force (ot) vs. Colgate (6ot) at Providence (3ot) Dartmouth Hartford at Rutgers at New Hampshire at Marist #18 Penn St. at Lehigh at #11 Navy at Adelphi #4 North Carolina

L 5-6 L 13-14 W 10-9 L 6-15 W 10-6 L 5-12 L 12-16 W 21-7 L 11-12 L 5-11 L 6-12 L 8-13 L 4-14

1995 • 7-7 3/12 at Arizona 3/18 Adelphi 3/23 at Mt. St. Mary’s 3/26 Colgate 3/29 Providence 4/2 vs. #20 Dartmouth^ 4/5 at Hartford 4/8 at #11 Penn St. 4/11 #20 Rutgers 4/15 New Hampshire 4/19 Marist 4/22 Lehigh 4/29 #18 Navy 5/7 #7 North Carolina ^ Fairfield, Conn.

W 23-4 L 8-11 W 13-3 W 10-9 W 17-6 L 5-15 W 16-11 L 4-20 L 11-15 W 14-5 W 18-1 L 11-13 L 6-10 L 6-14

1996 • 3-8 3/17 at Adelphi 3/23 Colgate^ 3/29 Air Force 3/31 Dartmouth 4/3 at Marist (2ot) 4/6 Penn St. 4/13 at New Hampshire 4/17 Hartford 4/20 at Lehigh 4/27 Villanova 5/1 at Providence ^ Syracuse, N.Y.

W L L L L L L W L L W

13-4 12-14 9-12 11-15 10-11 8-11 9-11 11-7 8-13 10-14 17-4

1997 • 9-4 3/8 Colgate 3/12 Radford 3/15 Lehigh^ 3/19 at Boston College 3/29 at Dartmouth 4/2 at Lafayette 4/5 at Penn State 4/9 Marist 4/12 New Hampshire 4/16 at #17 Hartford (ot) 4/19 UMBC 4/26 at Villanova (ot) 4/30 Yale ^ Baltimore, Md.

W W L W W W L W W W L W L

15-4 15-9 12-13 15-14 13-10 18-4 11-15 17-6 6-5 10-9 11-12 9-8 13-18

1998 • 7-5 3/7 at Colgate (ot) 3/11 Boston College 3/14 at Regis 3/19 at Denver 3/21 at Air Force 3/28 Dartmouth 4/1 Lafayette 4/4 Radford^ 4/11 Hartford 4/18 at #16 UMBC 4/26 #14 North Carolina 4/29 at Yale ^ Baltimore, Md.

L W W W L W W W W L L L

8-9 11-5 24-4 8-4 6-7 18-8 9-4 16-7 16-6 9-18 7-13 6-9

3/6 3/10 3/13 3/16 3/27 3/31 4/10 4/18 4/21 4/27 5/1 5/5 5/8

1999 • 5-8 Colgate Bucknell (ot) Providence Air Force at Radford at Lafayette #12 UMBC at Ohio St. Manhattan at Hartford at #3 Virginia Boston College #19 Cornell

L 7-11 L 10-11 W 3-1 W 7-0 L 8-15 W 11-8 L 7-13 L 8-12 W 17-4 L 8-18 L 3-24 W 11-9 L 5-12

2000 • 5-11, 0-6 ECAC 2/26 vs. Bucknell^ L 7-9 3/4 #15 Massachusetts* L 4-17 3/11 Hartford L 8-14 3/18 #2 Virginia L 5-19 3/25 at #9 Navy* L 4-16 3/29 Lafayette L 6-7 4/1 Radford W 11-7 4/5 at Providence W 12-5 4/8 #6 Georgetown* L 6-19 4/11 at Rutgers* L 10-13 4/16 Ohio St. W 7-6 4/19 at Wagner W 25-1 4/22 Quinnipiac W 8-5 4/26 at Manhattan L 9-11 4/29 at UMBC* L 3-15 5/6 Penn St.* L 6-18 * ECAC Lacrosse League game ^ Hempstead, N.Y. 2001 • 7-7, 1-5 ECAC 3/3 at #19 Massachusetts* L 8-17 3/10 at Hartford L 9-10 3/12 #17 Bucknell L 8-14 3/18 Fairfield W 14-12 3/24 #20 Navy* L 6-14 3/28 at Lafayette W 14-8 4/1 Butler W 6-5 4/7 at #8 Georgetown* L 8-11 4/10 #19 Rutgers* L 11-12 4/14 Albany W 18-8 4/21 at Quinnipiac W 14-7 4/25 Manhattan W 13-4 4/28 #16 UMBC* W 10-9 5/5 at #15 Penn St.* L 5-17 * ECAC Lacrosse League game 2002 • 10-7, 3-2 AE (3rd) America East Champions NCAA Tournament 3/2 #11 Massachusetts L 7-8 3/6 vs. Manhattan W 15-9 3/12 Hartford* L 8-9 3/16 Quinnipiac* W 10-9 3/20 Lafayette W 14-3 3/23 at #14 Navy (3ot) L 10-11 3/26 vs Binghamton*% W 20-3 3/30 Vermont* W 12-8 4/3 Marist W 9-7 4/6 Villanova W 10-9 4/13 at Albany* L 7-11 4/17 at Fairfield L 9-10 4/20 Delaware W 11-7 4/27 at UMBC L 3-11 5/1 at Hartford! (ot) W 7-6 5/4 at Albany! W 8-6 5/11 vs. #8 Cornell# L 3-12 * America East game % Oneonta, N.Y. ! America East Tournament # NCAA Tournament; Providence, R.I.

2003 • 5-10, 3-2 AE (3rd) 3/1 at #8 Massachusetts L 7-17 3/9 UMBC L 6-12 3/12 Binghamton* W 9-4 3/15 #3 Maryland L 4-16 3/19 at Lafayette W 8-6 3/22 #12 Navy L 6-10 3/27 Air Force W, 5-2 3/29 at Quinnipiac* L 11-12 4/2 at Delaware L 6-12 4/6 at Villanova L 5-13 4/12 at Albany* L 8-12 4/19 at Vermont* W 6-4 4/23 #14 North Carolina L 7-13 4/26 Hartford* W 6-5 4/30 at Albany! L 5-11 * America East game ! America East Tournament 2004 • 9-6, 4-2 AE 2/28 at Delaware 3/6 #11 Massachusetts 3/13 at #13 Cornell 3/17 Lafayette 3/20 Lehigh 3/24 Air Force 3/27 Vermont* 4/3 at Binghamton* 4/10 at Albany* 4/14 Siena 4/17 Hartford* 4/24 at UMBC* 4/27 Hofstra 5/1 Quinnipiac* 5/5 vs. Binghamton! (ot) * America East game ! America East Tournament

(4th) L L L W W W W L L W W W W W L

4-11 3-10 5-9 11-2 8-6 7-3 6-5 7-9 7-16 11-6 17-7 6-5 9-6 16-7 6-7

2005 • 10-6, 4-2 AE (4th) 2/26 Delaware W 14-9 3/5 Wagner W 14-2 3/12 at #13 Massachusetts L 7-10 3/19 #19 Penn St. W 7-5 3/22 at #16 Rutgers W 13-9 3/26 at Quinnipiac* W 12-10 4/2 Albany* L 9-12 4/5 #4 Army (ot) L 9-10 4/9 at Hartford* W 20-10 4/12 at Siena W 14-4 4/16 at Vermont* W 16-5 4/23 UMBC* W 10-9 4/26 at Hofstra L 5-13 4/30 Binghamton* L 8-9 5/4 at #20 UMBC! W 12-6 5/7 at #17 Albany! L 7-16 * America East game ! America East Tournament 2006 • 8-7, 4-1 AE 2/25 at #3 Virginia 3/4 Harvard 3/7 at Army 3/11 Siena 3/18 at Penn St. 3/28 Rutgers 4/1 Vermont* 4/3 #19 Denver 4/8 at Albany* 4/12 at Lehigh 4/15 Hartford* 4/22 at Binghamton* 4/25 #2 Hofstra 4/29 at #13 UMBC* 5/5 Albany! (ot) * America East game ! America East Tournament

2007 • 8-5, 2-3 AE 2/24 #8 Virginia 3/3 Harvard 3/10 at #18 Denver 3/20 Marist 3/24 Lehigh 3/31 at Vermont* 4/7 #3 Albany* 4/10 at Siena (ot) 4/14 at Hartford* 4/21 Binghamton* 4/24 at Hofstra (ot) 4/28 #14 UMBC* 5/3 at Albany! * America East game ! America East Tournament

(4th) L 7-15 W 13-8 W 11-8 W 11-7 W 10-9 W 9-4 L 5-14 W 10-9 L 4-6 W 11-8 W 13-12 L 5-13 L 5-17

2008 • 7-7, 3-2 AE 2/22 at #3 Virginia 3/1 at Harvard 3/8 Siena 3/15 at #7 Delaware 3/18 Lafayette 3/22 #20 Denver 3/25 Marist 3/29 at #13 UMBC* 4/5 Vermont* 4/12 Hartford* 4/19 at Binghamton* (ot) 4/22 #20 Hofstra 4/26 at Albany* 5/1 vs. Albany! * America East game ! America East Tournament

(3rd) L 13-15 L 6-9 W 17-15 W 19-16 W 12-8 L 13-14 W 14-4 L 12-14 W 13-9 W 11-7 W 7-6 L 13-14 L 7-10 L 9-12

2009 • 9-6, 4-1 AE 2/22 #2 Virginia 2/28 #14 Harvard 3/4 Lehigh 3/7 at Siena 3/14 Delaware (2ot) 3/17 at Lafayette 3/21 at Denver 3/28 #8 UMBC* 4/4 at Vermont* 4/11 at Hartford* 4/18 Binghamton* 4/21 at #9 Hofstra 4/25 #20 Albany* 4/29 Albany! 5/2 at #11 UMBC! * America East game ! America East Tournament

(t-1st) L 10-20 L 4-12 W 16-6 W 8-7 W 10-9 W 12-9 L 12-17 L 8-14 W 10-8 W 15-11 W 14-9 L 11-12 W 13-12 W 18-12 L 7-11

(2nd) L 4-17 L 8-9 L 9-11 W 19-7 W 11-10 L 3-6 W 11-5 W 9-6 W 13-11 W 12-8 W 14-9 W 9-8 L 8-18 L 9-20 L 13-14

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Administration Dr. Samuel L. Stanley Jr. University President University of Chicago, ‘76

Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., began his duties as the fifth President of Stony Brook on July 1, 2009, succeeding Shirley Strum Kenny, Ph.D. who retired after 15 years in the position. Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, Dr. Stanley held the position of Vice Chancellor for Research and Professor in the Department of Molecular Microbiology at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. As Vice Chancellor for Research at Washington University, Dr. Stanley is credited with substantially advancing the research enterprise. In this role, he oversaw a research portfolio of $548 million, including $391 million in NIH funding. His responsibilities encompassed a broad array of activities associated with the management of these extramural research funds, including, but not limited to, the full range of matters related to undergraduate, graduate, and faculty research, and technology transfer. Since 2003, Dr. Stanley has also served as Director of the National Institutes of Health-funded Midwest Regional Center for Excellence for Biodefense and

Emerging Infectious Diseases. Dr. Stanley received his B.A. with honors in biology in 1976 from the University of Chicago and his M.D. in 1980 from Harvard Medical School. After his internship at Massachusetts General Hospital, he was named a Fellow in Infectious Diseases at Washington University School of Medicine. The author and co-author of dozens of peer-reviewed articles and scholarly publications, Dr. Stanley is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Burrough’s Welcome Scholar Award in Molecular Parasitology and the Distinguished Service Teaching Award from the Students at Washington University. He sits on a number of community, regional, and national science advisory boards, including the NIH National Advisory Allergy & Infectious Diseases Council; the U.S. Department of Commerce Emerging Technology and Research Advisory Committee; Research Alliance of Missouri; Saint Louis Academy of Science; and St. Louis Center of Excellence, Missouri Life Sciences Trust Fund, and is an Ambas-

sador for the Paul G. Rogers Society for Global Health Research.. Dr. Stanley is married to Ellen Li, M.D. Ph.D., a world renowned gastroenterologist and researcher who is also a Professor at Washington University’s School of Medicine. Drs. Stanley and Li are the parents of four children.

Dr. Randall Susman

Faculty Athletics Representative UC Davis, ‘70

Dr. Randall Susman was named the Faculty Athletic Representative at Stony Brook in 2004. Susman is Professor of Anatomical Sciences in the School of Medicine. His teaching is in human anatomy and his research activities span the fossil evidence of early human evolution in Africa, studies of wild apes in central Africa, and the comparative anatomy of humans and our closest relatives, the African apes. His publications appear in numerous professional journals and

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in the popular press and he is a regular contributor to World Book Encyclopedia. In addition to human anatomy, Susman has taught human evolution, anatomy for artists, and other courses at Stony Brook over the past 34 years. He is a member of the graduate programs in Anthropological Sciences and Ecology and Evolution in addition to the graduate program in Anatomical Sciences in the Health Science Center. He has served as Director of the graduate programs in Anatomical Sciences and the Doctoral

Program in Anthropological Sciences. Susman received his B.S. in Biological Anthropology from UC Davis in 1970, his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1976, and his law degree from the Jacob Fuchsberg Law Center of Touro College in 1988.

Administration Jim Fiore

Director of Athletics Hofstra, ‘91

On July 23, 2003, President Shirley Strum Kenny introduced Jim Fiore as the ninth Director of Athletics in Stony Brook University history stating “Jim has the energy, drive, enthusiasm and intelligence to take this program, in the tradition of Stony Brook, very far, very fast.” At the time of his hire Fiore was one of the youngest Directors of Athletics in NCAA Division I. Since his arrival at Stony Book from Princeton University in August 2003, Fiore has hit the ground running and pointed Stony Brook on an aggressive course for success in all aspects of intercollegiate athletics. He has undertaken a major restructuring of the intercollegiate athletics program including the hiring of new coaching and administrative staff, dramatic facility upgrades and improved revenue generation. Fiore has also turned his attention to department-wide fundraising efforts, with his efforts seeing a dramatic increase in major gifts, annual giving revenue and overall volume of donors. In an effort to take a lead role in the university’s $300 million capital campaign, the Department of Athletics has secured several major gifts, three of which were the largest philanthropic gifts given to athletics in its history. In July 2005, the athletic department adopted a new philosophy for the annual Providing Athletes With Support (P.A.W.S.) fundraising campaign, a philosophy that streamlined the annual fundraising process to prepare Stony Brook to exceed all fundraising expectations in the future. In addition, he created the Athletic Director Advisory Council; a 19-member board comprised of Stony Brook alumni, staff and community members that will advise Fiore in the fundraising advancement process. His attention to the bottom line resulted in a new athletic department budget process that relieved the department of a multi million dollar debt and an annual systemic deficit, resulting in a balanced budget. The first time that Stony Brook has realized that goal since moving to the Division I level. Fiore has

seen the department balance its budget every year since 2004 and has overseen a dramatic budget growth to $23 million. Beginning in the ‘04-’05 academic year Stony Brook University Athletics realized a near 20 percent increase in its operating budget due to new revenue streams for the department. Additionally, Stony Brook has teamed up with Islanders Media Inc. as the athletic department continues to nurture and foster strong bonds with the Long Island corporate community. Under Fiore’s leadership, Stony Brook student-athletes have also attained new levels of achievement in the classroom. Since his arrival to Stony Brook, the GPA for America East Seawolf student-athletes has risen from 2.86 in 2003 to a 3.08 in the Fall of 2008. In the fall of 2008, 15 of 20 teams earned team GPAs above 3.0 and 57 percent of Stony Brook’s America East Fall student-athletes were named to the America East Honor Roll or the America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll for earning above a 3.0 or 3.5 GPA respectively. The ‘07-’08 academic year proved to be Stony Brook’s most successful season academically as its studentathletes compiled a department best overall G.P.A. of 3.06 and saw over 250 student-athletes named to the America East Honor Rolls - the most since joining the America East in 2001. Coinciding with this success, the 6,000-square foot state-of-the-art Goldstein StudentAthlete Development Center has proven to be an advantage in recruiting and for current Seawolves student-athletes. Fiore currently serves on University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr.’s Cabinet and was also appointed by former President Kenny to co-chair the strategic plan for image and identity committee. He has also served on the honorary degree, weekend life, NCAA certification and the university sponsorship committees. In 2005 he was appointed to the Executive Committee of the America East Conference and currently serves as the Chairman of the group. Fiore

also is a member of the NCAA Division I Championships/Sports Management Cabinet and has been appointed to the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel. In August of 2008 he was appointed to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) executive board. Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, he provided department-wide leadership in support of the director of athletics at Princeton University from 1999-2003, a program that supports 38 sports, 40 club sports programs and more than 1,000 student-athletes. A member of the senior management team, he was responsible for all athletic programming oversight of all varsity intercollegiate programs. In addition, Fiore directed all personnel matters including the coordination of national searches for coaches, staff and administrative positions. Along with the director of athletics, he also assisted in the planning for short and long-term capital improvements. During Fiore’s tenure, Princeton achieved extraordinary success on the fields of play and in the classroom. A native of Long Beach, N.Y., Fiore graduated from Long Beach High School and went on to attain his Bachelor of Arts degree from Hofstra University, where he played free safety for the football team. Upon graduation from Hofstra, Fiore went on to receive a master’s degree in Education from Springfield College. Additionally, he received a certificate from The Sports Management Institute held at the University of Notre Dame and University of South Carolina. Fiore and his wife Lisa have a son Michael who is seven years old. They currently reside in Stony Brook.

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Sports Medicine Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC’s) are the liaison between the student-athlete and the medical community. The primary goal of the sports medicine staff is to provide health care for student-athletes competing at the intercollegiate level for Stony Brook University. The Seawolves sports medicine staff consists of BOC (Board of Certification) certified athletic trainers and athletic training students from the Athletic Training Education Program who are under the supervision and direction of Dr. Stuart Cherney, Head Team Physician, In addition, the Stony Brook Student Health Service and many medical specialists in the community assist the athletic trainers and team physicians in providing quality health care for the Seawolves. Athletic trainers are an integral part of every intercollegiate athletic program to ensure that student-athletes are competing in a safe and healthy environment. Each Stony Brook student-athlete is monitored with yearly athletic physicals, medical questionnaires, and orthopaedic baseline examinations. On a daily basis, the sports medicine staff directly supervises all high-risk sport activities and serves as the primary healthcare practitioner for all student-athletes. Preventive measures are taken to reduce the risk of injury and/or reinjury. Should a student-athlete become injured, the certified athletic trainer recognizes and diagnoses the injury, provides immediate care, makes a timely referral (if necessary), initiates treatment and develops/directs a rehabilitation plan for all injuries. Education of student-athletes is extremely important in the areas of injury prevention, nutrition, hygiene, substance abuse, etc. This is coordinated through the done through the sports medicine staff. Stony Brook University has two (2) Athletic Training Rooms. Both have state of the art equipment for injury treatment, such as cold compression units, electrical modalities and emergency equipment. The Intercollegiate Athletic Training Room is located in the Indoor Sports Complex just off the Arena floor to the rear of the building. It houses more specialized rehabilitation devices such as: Biodex, treadmill, exercise bikes, balance devices, and Exogen units; as well as a diagnostic Flouroscan machine. The Stadium Athletic Training Room is located on the field level of the LaValle Stadium. Both facilities are fully equipped and functional for everyday practice and game-day operations. Stony Brook University, through the School of Health Technology and Management, offers an Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP), which became CAATE accredited in September 2004. The program has four full time faculty members in addition to several adjunct professors with an Athletic Training Lab to help guide the ATEP students towards becoming Certified Athletic Trainers. A notable alumnus of the Stony Brook athletic training program is Lisa White, MA, ATC, Stony Brook ‘87, inducted into the Stony Brook Hall of Fame in May ‘98. Lisa is the Head Athletic Trainer with the WNBA New York Liberty. Lisa was a superb student athletic trainer during her undergraduate years at Stony Brook, where she also excelled in Women’s Basketball. In addition, several other alumni of the Athletic Training program have gone on to become certified athletic trainers at the high school, college and clinic levels, as well as entered other allied health care professions such as: medical doctor, physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy and respiratory therapy.

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2010 Stony Brook Lacrosse

Kathy Koshansky

Assistant AD for Sports Medicine

Kathy Koshansky was named assistant director of athletics for sports medicine in November of 2004. A member of the Stony Brook athletic training staff since 1983, Koshansky serves as the Seawolves head athletic trainer and athletic training education program director. Koshansky is the primary athletic trainer for men’s lacrosse and is responsible for the overall operation of the athletic training room at Stony Brook. A tenured associate professor and the Athletic Training Education Program Director at Stony Brook, Koshansky received the prestigious President’s and Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching in 1989. The newly CAAHEP accredited Athletic Training Education Program, which is offered through the School of Health Technology and Management at the Stony Brook Health Science Center, was developed by Koshansky. Koshansky, who has been a National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification (NATABOC) certified athletic trainer since 1983, became a New York State certified athletic trainer in 1999 and has served as treasurer and president of the NYSATA. Koshansky was recently named the Head Athletic Trainer for the Empire State Games. The largest competition of its kind in the nation, the Games is a multisport event for amateur athletes patterned after the Olympic program. In January of 2005, Koshansky was awarded the Thomas J. Sheehan Award by the New York State Athletic Trainers Association (NYSATA). The award, which is the highest given out by the NYSATA, is presented to the athletic trainer whose character, commitment and achievements in the athletic training profession clearly exemplify the traits of Thomas J. Sheehan Sr., the long-time Head Athletic Trainer at RPI and one of the founding fathers of the athletic training profession and NYSATA. In June 2000, Koshansky was selected to volunteer as an athletic trainer for the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY. On behalf of the United States Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine Division and Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, Koshansky was also selected as a member of the USA Medical Staff for the 2003 Pan American Games held Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. She is a graduate of Cortland State with a bachelor’s degree in physical education/athletic training and the University of Illinois with a master’s degree in physical education/exercise physiology.

Athletic Communications Media Services Pregame notes, media guides, programs Jeremy Cohen and complete team and individual staAthletic Communications tistics by half and play-by-play will be Assistant provided to the media.

Interviews All interviews with the Stony Brook coaching staff and/or players should be arranged through the Stony Brook Athletic Communications Office. Media should allow 24 hours advance notice LaValle Stadium Press Box for all interviews. Please contact Adam The press box is located on the East side Gutes at 632-631-7125 to arrange an of LaValle Stadium. Access to level P interview. (Press Level) is via the elevator located through the entrance at Gate 3. Parking Postgame Interviews is located in the lot on the East side of Stony Brook players and coaches will Adam Gutes be available for interviews following Athletic Communications the stadium. Assistant each game after a cooling off period. Credentials Interviews will be conducted outside reAll requests for media, photography or spective locker rooms unless otherwise broacasting credentials should be made directed. Interviews for the visiting team by writing or calling Adam Gutes in the and coaches will be coordinated by the Stony Brook Athletic Communications opponent SID. Office. All requests should be submitted at least 24 hours prior to the event. Seawolves Hotline Craig Schroeder Athletic Communications Credentials will be mailed if requested For up-to-date reports on Seawolves in advance. Those not mailed can be athletics, phone the Seawolves Hotline Assistant picked up at the media entrance (Gate at 631-632-WOLF. 3) to LaValle Stadium. Seawolves on the Web Photography For up-to-date game stories, statistics, Photographers can work the sideline out- schedule and results and other Stony side of the team bench areas. A position Brook athletic department information, on top of the press box will be provided please locate www.goseawolves.org on Lacrosse Contact for visiting team videographers. the Internet. Adam Gutes

Athletic Communications Staff

Mailing Address Stony Brook University Sports Complex Stony Brook, NY 11794-3500 Important Telephone Numbers Communications Office......... 631-632-7125 Communications Fax............. 631-632-8841 Gutes' Cell............................. 631-374-7538 Email.............adam.gutes@stonybrook.edu Lacrosse Office..................... 631-632-7219 Lacrosse Fax......................... 631-632-4679 Seawolves Hotline............... 631-632-WOLF Press Box.............................. 631-632-4307

Ticket Information Tickets for Stony Brook lacrosse games can be purchased at the Stony Brook Ticket Office located in the SBU Sports Complex or on game day at LaValle Stadium (Gate 2). For more information please call the Seawolf Hotline at 631-632-WOLF (9653).

Ticket Prices $10 Reserved Seat Back $ 8 Reserved $ 5 Students For group rates please contact Coordinator of External Services Vincent Accardi at 631-632-9556.

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2010 Stony Brook men's lacrosse media guide