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@ARMY_LACROSSE TABLE OF CONTENTS Table Of Contents/Quick Facts............................................1 This Is West Point ............................................................. 2-7 Player Perspectives .......................................................... 8-9 Michie Stadium ............................................................10-11 Kimsey Center/Foley Center........................................12-13 Athletic Training/Strength & Conditioning ..................14-15 Center For Enhanced Performance ................................. 16 Where Are They Now? ........................................................17 West Point Admission And Academics........................18-19 U.S. Military Academy Prep School .................................. 20 Academy Leadership......................................................... 21 Athletic Director ................................................................. 22 Covering The Black Knights .............................................. 23 Center Of Attention.............................................................24 Army In The Pros ............................................................... 25 Coaching/Support Staff...............................................26-29 Season Preview ............................................................30-31 Roster Breakdown ........................................................32-33 Player Biographies .......................................................34-54 2013 Review.................................................................55-64 Patriot League ..............................................................65-67 History of Army Lacrosse .............................................68-69 Award Winners.............................................................. 70-71 All-America List ............................................................. 72-74 Record Book ................................................................. 74-76 North-South All-Stars ........................................................ 77 Army In The NCAA Tournament ...................................78-79 Year-By-Year Records ........................................................ 80 All-Time Series Records .....................................................81 Army/Navy Rivalry ............................................................. 82 All-Time Results ............................................................83-88 All-Time Letterwinners .................................................89-95

QUICK FACTS Location ..................................................West Point, N.Y. Founded ...............................1802 by an act of Congress Enrollment ...............................................................4,400 Colors .................................................... Black, Gold, Gray Nickname....................................................Black Knights Superintendant ....................... Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen Athletic Director ........................................... Boo Corrigan Conference ................................................Patriot League Head Coach ................................ Joe Alberici (Alfred ’91) Record At Army ................................ 64-58 (9th Season) Career Record.................................72-64 (10th Season) Assistant Coaches ........... Mac Diange (Cortland St. ’76) ............................................. Kyle Georgalas (Cornell ’05) Volunteer Asst. Coach ... Ted Georgalas (Springfield ’73) Athletic Trainer ...........................................Dana Putnam Head Officer Representative ............... Col. Rick McPeak Lacrosse Office Phone .......................... (845) 938-2429 Executive Athletic Director ............................Bob Beretta Asst. Dir./Lacrosse Contact .........................Tracy Nelson Nelson’s Office Phone........................... (845) 938-4090 Nelson’s Cell Phone ...............................(914) 755-7764 Nelson’s Email........................... tracy.nelson@usma.edu Official Army Website .............. www.goARMYsports.com Department Twitter ................................. @ArmyAthletics Lacrosse Twitter ...... @Army_Lacrosse, @ArmyLaxCoach Facebook ...........................................Army Black Knights First Year of Lacrosse...............................................1907 All-Time Record .....................................740-358-7 (.673) 2013 Record................................................................ 8-6 2013 Patriot League Record/Finish ...................4-2/3rd 2013 Postseason ................ Patriot League Tournament Lettermen Returning/Lost ..................................... 39/10 Starters Returning/Lost ..............................................8/3 2013 Captains ................................................ John Burk, ................................................ Nick Isnardi, Tyler Kamide Stadium/Capacity .................... Michie Stadium/38,000 Surface .............................................................. Field Turf Hoffman Press Box Phone.....................(845) 938-3377

THE 2014 ARMY LACROSSE MEDIA GUIDE is an official publication of the U.S. Military Academy Office of Athletic Communications under the direction of Executive Athletic Director Bob Beretta. The guide was designed, written and edited by Assistant Director of Athletic Communications Tracy Nelson. Editing assistance was provided by Ryan Yanoshak and Joe Alberici. Front and back cover design by Jessie Kavana of jessiekavana.com. Photos courtesy of the USMA Department of Information Management Multimedia Branch, John Pellino, Mark Wellman, Danny Wild, Tommy Gilligan, Stockton Photo, Inc., Jon Malinowski, Dave Dominick, J.J. Donnelly, Greg Boltus, Claire Hayes, John Meore, Cordell Hoffer, Mady Salvani and Sharon Cyrus Kruger. This publication is dedicated to every Army lacrosse player -- past, present, here, there and everywhere in between -- HOOAH!!

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WEST POINT

THE PREMIER LEADER DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTION IN THE NATION


The mission of the U.S. Military Academy is to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate is a commissioned leader of character committed to the values of Duty, Honor, Country; professional growth throughout a career as an officer in the U.S. Army; and a lifetime of selfless service to the Nation. Founded on March 16, 1802, the Academy celebrated its Bicentennial in 2002. But West Point’s role in America’s history dates to the Revolutionary War, when both sides realized the strategic importance of the commanding plateau on the west bank of the Hudson River. Gen. George Washington considered West Point to be the most strategic position in America. He personally selected Thaddeus Kosciuszko, one of the heroes of Saratoga, to design the fortifications in 1778 after problems arose with French engineers originally placed in charge of the design. In 1779, General Washington transferred his headquarters to West Point. Continental soldiers built forts, batteries and defensive barriers. A 100-ton iron chain was extended across the Hudson to control river traffic. Today, several links from that chain are arranged at Trophy Point as a reminder of West Point’s original fortifications. In 1802 President Thomas Jefferson signed the legislation establishing the U.S. Military Academy to create an institution devoted to the arts and sciences of warfare. This effectively eliminated America’s wartime reliance on foreign engineers and artillerists. West Point became the nation’s first engineering school and served as the model for engineering programs which were eventually established at other colleges. Col. Sylvanus Thayer, the “Father of the Military Academy,” served as Superintendent from 1817 through 1833. He upgraded academic standards, instilled military discipline and emphasized honorable conduct. Early graduates were largely responsible for the construction of the nation’s initial railway lines, bridges, harbors, and roads. Although the curriculum maintains its focus on engineering, in recent decades the program of instruction has markedly changed, providing cadets a selection of more than 40 majors. This tradition of academic and military excellence, guided by a demanding standard of moral and ethical conduct, remains the cornerstone of the West Point experience. It is said at West Point that “much of the history we teach was made by those people we taught.” The Academy has produced famous leaders throughout its illustrious past…Civil War Generals Grant, Sherman, Lee, and Jackson, to name but a few. In World War I, 34 of the 38 corps and division commanders were graduates. World War II would see many graduates reach brigadier general or higher, to include Eisenhower, MacArthur, Bradley and Patton. In more recent conflicts, MacArthur, Ridgway, Westmoreland, Abrams, Schwarzkopf and Abizaid were in command. Academy graduates have also excelled in air and space exploration, and countless others went on from military service to become leaders in medicine, law, business, religion and science. Since its founding, the Military Academy fulfills the same mission as it always has . . . to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets. It accomplishes this mission by developing cadets in three essential areas: intellectual, physical and military. These developmental paths are balanced and fully integrated into the daily life of each young man and woman at the Academy. Intellectual growth is fostered through an academic curriculum that provides a broad liberal education in the arts and sciences. The electives program builds upon the foundation of the core, allowing cadets to develop even greater competence in selected areas. In addition, the fields-of-study and majors nurture the development of creativity, critical thinking, and self-directed learning, essential characteristics of 21st century officers. The four-year academic experience leads to a bachelor of science degree and a commission as a second lieutenant in the Army. Physical development is achieved through a rigorous athletic and physical education program. Each cadet participates at the intercollegiate, club or intramural level each semester. This readies the cadet for the physical demands of military life and helps teach good judgment and self-discipline, even while under mental

and physical stress. Military development begins with the cadet’s first day at West Point. Most military training takes place during the summer, with new cadets undergoing Cadet Basic Training, or Beast Barracks, their first year, followed the second summer by Cadet Field Training. Cadets spend their third and fourth summers serving in active Army units around the world; attending specialty training such as airborne, air assault or northern warfare or helping to train the first- and secondyear cadets. The Cadet Leader Development System seeks to give the cadets increasing responsibility until they are ready to receive their commissions and assume their duties as leaders in today’s Army. Moral and ethical values guide cadets throughout their four years at West Point. Commitment to the Academy’s “Bedrock Values,” based on integrity and respect for the dignity of others, begins on the first day. Integrity is reflected in the Cadet Honor Code which states: “A cadet will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do.” Respect denotes that cadets treat others with the same respect and dignity they themselves would expect. At West Point, it is not enough to train leaders—they must be leaders of character. Admission is keenly competitive and is open to young men and women from all states and territories and from every socioeconomic level. Prospective cadets must receive a nomination by a member of Congress or from the Department of the Army. The Academy seeks candidates who possess records of success in academics, athletics and leadership indicative of well-rounded individuals. Although the life of a cadet is demanding, there remains an array of club activities ranging from golf, skiing, boxing, crew and orienteeringg to such organizations as the cadet radio station, Habitat for Humanity and Big Brothers-Big Sisters. Additionally, the U.S. Corps of Cadets hosts vent each spring. a Special Olympics event Today’s Military Academy is a vastly different institution from the small to being by Congress academy legislated into in 1802. Originally just 1,800 acres, rown to more than the Academy has grown 16,000 acres. The first first graduating class numbered just two men; today’s ore than classes graduate more nnually, 900 new officers annually, n, who both men and women, ership are prepared for leadership roles within the Army. nsion With the expansion of knowledge and the changing needs of the United States Army and est the nation, life at West Point has changed to ful keep pace. Ever mindful he of its rich heritage, the U.S. Military Academyy is developing leaderss for tomorrow, and itss focus remains the national needs of the 21st century.

Jeremy Boltus ’11

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THE LONG GRAY LINE

AT WEST POINT, IT IS OFTEN SAID … “MUCH OF THE HISTORY WE TEACH WAS MADE BY PEOPLE WE TAUGHT.”


BORMAN

GRANT

HAIG

KIMBROUGH

KIMSEY

KRYZYEWSKI

ROBERT E. LEE ’29

DOUGLAS MacARTHUR ’03

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER ’15

H. NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF ’56

The Academy’s ninth Superintendent (1852-55), Lee was a model cadet during his four years at West Point. He graduated second in his class and never earned a single demerit during his four years at the Academy. At the beginning of the Civil War, he was selected to serve as Commanding General of the Army, but instead resigned his commission and was named General-In-Chief of the Confederate Army from 1861 to 1865. Lee’s surrender to Ulysses S. Grant (USMA 1843), at Appomattox Court House, Va., ended the Civil War. Fort Lee, Va., was named in his honor.

After World War I, MacArthur returned to West Point to serve as the Academy’s 31st Superintendent from 1919 to 1922. During that time, he was responsible for the revitalization of the Academy. He was later promoted to General of the Army and served as Supreme Allied Commander in the Pacific Theater during World War II. During that time, he received the Medal of Honor for leading defense preparation and operations on the Philippine Islands. He later served as Supreme Allied Commander, Japan, and as commander, United Nations Command in the Far East. He was one of only five officers to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars).

During World War II, Eisenhower served as Supreme Commander of Allied Forces Europe from 1943 to 1944, during which he led the D-Day invasion of Europe. During that time, he was promoted to General of the Army (five stars). After the war, he served as Army Chief of Staff from 1945 to 1948 and was named President of Columbia University in 1948. He served as the 34th President of the United States from 1953 to 1961 and was one of only five officers to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars).

As Commander-in-Chief, United States Central Command from 1988 to 1991, Schwarzkopf’s command ultimately responded to Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait with the largest U.S. deployment since the Vietnam War, including portions of the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps as well as units from dozens of nations around the world. After retiring, Schwartzkopf received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

ULYSSES S. GRANT ’43 Grant distinguished himself during the Civil War at the Battle of Vicksburg in 1863; his victory secured control of the Mississippi River for the Union. President Abe Lincoln later appointed him Commanding General of the Army in March 1864. On April 9, 1865, at Appomattox Court House, Va., Robert E. Lee (USMA 1829) surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to him, ending the Civil War. Grant later served as the 18th President of the United States from 1869 to 1877. Today, his image graces the $50 bill.

GEORGE W. GOETHALS ’80 Goethals became an architect and was builder of the Panama Canal, 1904 TO 1914.

JOHN J. PERSHING ’86 Considered the second most senior officer in Army history, behind only George Washington, Pershing served as commander of the American Expeditionary Force during World War I. The two-million-plus troops of the AEF made a decisive contribution to the defeat of Imperial Germany. Pershing’s abilities as a leader distinguished him among European commanders, and through repeated successes on the battlefield, promoted American prestige around the world. He served as Army Chief of Staff in 1921, and was named General of the Armies of the United States upon his retirement in 1924.

GEORGE S. PATTON JR. ’09 “Old Blood and Guts,” Patton was one of the most colorful commanders in the Army. During World War II the famed commander of the 2nd Armored Division and later the Third Army displayed courage and daring as prominently as the pair of ivory handled revolvers he wore. Patton accomplished one of the most remarkable feats in military history in December 1944, when he quickly turned the Third Army northward to reinforce the Allied southern flank against the German attack in the Battle of the Bulge. The General’s doctrine of aggressive employment of massive armor forces continue to prove themselves in combat arenas around the world.

OMAR N. BRADLEY ’15 During his career, Bradley earned a reputation as one of the best infantry commanders in World War II. He commanded the 82nd Airborne and 28th Infantry Divisions before going on to command the 1st Army and the 12th Army Group. After the war he served as Army Chief of Staff from 1948 to 1949 and served as the first Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1949 to 1953. He was the last Army officer to be promoted to General of the Army (five stars), and the Bradley fighting vehicle is named in his honor.

ALEXANDER M. HAIG JR. ’47 Haig served as Chief of Staff to President Richard Nixon from 1973 to 1974; Supreme Allied Commander in Europe 1974 to 1979; President of United Technologies Corporation 1980 to 1981 and Secretary of State during the Reagan administration from 1981 to 1982.

FRANK BORMAN ’50 An astronaut from 1962 to 1970, Borman commanded the first circumlunar flight of the earth. He later served as President of Eastern Airlines.

FIDEL V. RAMOS ’50 One of the Academy’s international cadets, Ramos served as a Philippine Army officer after graduation. He eventually became the country’s military Chief of Staff and later Secretary of National Defense. He also served as President of the Republic of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998.

EDWIN E. ALDRIN ’51 An astronaut from 1963 to 1972, Aldrin participated in the first manned lunar landing with Michael Collins (USMA ’52) and was the second man to walk on the moon.

EDWARD WHITE ’52 An astronaut from 1962 to 1967, White was the first man to walk in space and was one of the three astronauts killed in the Apollo I disaster in 1967.

PETER M. DAWKINS ’59 Dawkins was Cadet Brigade Commander (First Captain of the U.S. Corps of Cadets) as a senior and became the third Heisman Trophy winner in Army football history. He later served as chairman and CEO of Primerica.

JAMES V. KIMSEY ’62 Kimsey was the founding chairman of America Online, and was named chairman emeritus in 1996. He founded the Kimsey Foundation in 1996.

MICHAEL W. KRZYZEWSKI ’69 Krzyzewski served as head basketball coach at West Point from 1974 to 1979 before assuming similar duties at Duke University. Krzyzewski has led the Blue Devils to three national championships and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in October 2001. He coached the U.S. at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

RAYMOND T. ODIERNO ‘76 Odierno commanded the 4th Infantry Division during the fall of 2003 which, along with Special Forces units, captured Saddam Hussein in December of that year. Odierno helped plan and coordinate the raid that netted Iraq’s fallen dictator.

ROBERT S. KIMBROUGH ’89 Kimbrough was named one of 11 new astronaut candidates by NASA in May 2004. Kimbrough ranks among Army Baseball’s career leaders in saves. A veteran of Desert Storm, he currently works for NASA in Houston as a flight simulation engineer and participated in a space shuttle mission last fall.

DISTINGUISHED GRADUATES


WHY WEST POINT? “Any of us who went through the process; anyone who felt the flame of that furnace, came away altered in the way we go about running our lives. Some part of it is the belief that you are not only doing it for personal glory, but you do it because it is your responsibility. It’s part of being a member of The Corps and each of us that have felt that magic feel especially privileged to have done so.” - HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER PETE DAWKINS PETE DAWKINS

“As I look back over my career in government, in business, of course in the military, I think West Point was a very influential experience. It hardened a sense of discipline, a sense of responsibility, duty and integrity and also very happily combined an alertness of mind and body.” - FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE ALEXANDER HAIG “For here we train the men and women whose duty it is to defend the Republic, the men and women whose profession is watchfulness, whose skill is vigilance, whose calling is to guard the peace, but if need be, to fight and win.” - PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN

ALEXANDER HAIG

“WEST POINT IS THE RING. IT’S THE FOUNDATION OF EVERYTHING I HAVE DONE.” - MIKE KRZYZEWSKI ‘69

BILL CLINTON


“In the evening of my memory, always I come back to West Point. Always there echoes and reechoes ... Duty -- Honor -- Country. Today marks my final roll call with you. But I want you to know, when I cross the river, my last conscious thoughts will be of The Corps ... and The Corps ... and The Corps ...” - GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTHUR “As I look back on my life, I’ll always revere the opportunities that came along that brought about the choice I made to go to West Point. I just feel that it was fundamental in molding the fabric of my life. The experiences that I had at West Point, they were irreplaceable.” - ASTRONAUT EDWIN “BUZZ” ALDRIN

DOUGLAS MacARTHUR

“You have ahead of you the best of all professions. Being a leader is the best thing you can possibly be and you’re at a school that will make you the best possible leader. West Point is the ring. It’s the foundation of everything I have done.” - HEAD COACH MIKE KRZYZEWSKI “From the birth of our existence, America has had a faith in the future -- a belief that where we’re going is better than where we’ve been, even when the path ahead is uncertain. To fulfill that promise, generations of Americans have built upon the foundation of our forefathers -finding opportunity, fighting injustice, forging a more perfect union. Our achievement would not be possible without the Long Gray Line that has sacrificed for duty, for honor, for country.” - PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA “West Point’s graduates have served America in many, many ways. Not only by leading troops into combat, but also by exploring frontiers, founding universities, laying out the railroads, building the Panama Canal, running corporations, serving in the Congress and The White House, and walking on the moon. Through our history, whenever duty called, the men and women of West Point have never failed us, and I speak for all Americans when I say, I know you never will.” - PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN

BARACK OBAMA

RONALD REAGAN

WHY WEST POINT?


PLAYERS’ PERSPECTIVES ... “Running out onto the field on game day, with the American flag and ‘Army’ printed across your chest, instills an unrivaled sense of pride. At West Point, you’re not just playing for yourself. You’re playing for your brothers to the left and right of you, and for the men and women representing our country every day overseas. I’m thankful for the opportunity to play for this team, and become a member of the Army lacrosse family. It is something that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.” -PAT HART ’14

“My “M My experience ea at West Point has been defifined ned ed b by my time in rmy m lac the Ar Army lacrosse program. The Th he Army lacrosse team is truly a family that will sacrifice themselves for tthe betterment of o others. Each day, I am a continually hu humbled to be surrounded su by these the men and put o on the Army jersey of those who have came before bef ef ef me. I can only onlyy h hope op pe that our senior class clas cl clas a s le lleaves leav ea avv a legacy that those thos th ose e be b behind ehi us aspire to follow ffo ollllow ow a and nd d tthose before us can can be ca b p proud.” ro rou oud ud -DAVID -DA AVID VID TARSA VI TAR ’14 TA


“Playing lacrosse at West Point is tthe he he greatest opportunity I have had in my life. It’s not just because of the e lacrosse. Playing for the Army Lacrosse ross ro sse ss e Family is about my teammates, past astt players and members of the Army around the world. The men who make ake ke up this team are my brothers, and we w would do anything for each other. W We e are playing to honor all of those who ho have come before us and aim to leave a legacy for future players to continue. Every time I step on the field I am incredibly honored and humbled to have the privilege to be part of this amazing brotherhood.” -ALEX NEWSOME ’15

“To be a part of the Army lacrosse program means so much more than just being given the chance to play Division I lacrosse. It is an opportunity to build a new family that lasts a lifetime. Our relationships with each other and our families is what makes Army lacrosse so special. You will always know that your brother to your right and left will never leave you behind.” -TYLER KAMIDE ’14

... ON WEST POINT


MICHIE STADIUM

• 2014 marks the 91st season that Michie Stadium has served as the “home” of Army Football and Lacrosse. • Only 15 Football Bowl Subdivision stadiums, and just six east of the Mississippi River, are older than the fabled venue. • Michie Stadium has played host to the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament seven times, most recently in 2001. • Army is 73-37 in Michie Stadium over the last 15 years, including a 6-1 mark in 2010 when the Black Knights defeated rival Navy to win the Patriot League title. Army also went 6-1 at home in 2005 and defeated three nationallyy ranked opponents at Michie. pp


SPORTS ILLUSTRATED’S TOP 10 COLLEGE VENUES (ALL SPORTS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Rose Bowl (Los Angeles, Calif.) Cameron Indoor Stadium (Duke Basketball) Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (Florida Football) Michigan Stadium (Michigan Football) Rosenblatt Stadium (Omaha, Neb.)

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

The Palestra (Philadelphia, Pa.) MICHIE STADIUM Mariucci Arena (Minnesota Hockey) Charles River (Boston, Mass.) Allen Fieldhouse (Kansas Basketball)

(published July 2007)

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED’S TOP 20 VENUES OF THE 20TH CENTURY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Yankee Stadium Augusta National MICHIE STADIUM Cameron Indoor Stadium Bislett Stadium Wrigley Field Roland Garros Lambeau Field Fenway Park Saratoga Race Course (published June 7, 1999)

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Pebble Beach Wembley Stadium The Pit (Albuquerque, N.M.) Boston Marathon Course Camden Yards Lamade Stadium Daytona International Speedway Notre Dame Stadium St. Andrews Rose Bowl


KIMSEY ATHLETIC CENTER

Nestled among several of West Point’s showcase athletic facilities is the 120,000-square-foot, four-story Kimsey Athletic Center. Adjacent to Kimsey Athletic Center is a turf practice field, allowing for more spacious area for Army’s teams to utilize. Kimsey Athletic Center is also the home of the Blaik Gallery and Kenna Hall of Army Sports, a thorough depiction of West Point’s rich athletics heritage.


FOLEY ATHLETIC CENTER

The latest jewel in Army’s treasure trove of athletic facilities, Foley Athletic Center opened its doors three years ago, serving as the “winter home” of the Black Knights. The 77,000-square-foot structure provides Army’s lacrosse team, among others, with a state-of-the-art indoor practice facility, a place where the team can train in a climate-controlled environment during the winter months and inclement weather days throughout the year. The facility contains a full 100yard playing field, along with full 10-yard end zones on both ends. Additionally, a five-yard buffer encircles the field. In all, the FieldTurf playing surface covers 130 yards in length. In addition, a 50-yard-by-10-yard speed and agility room is housed in the sprawling training center. The project was made possible through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. William Foley, who pledged a gift of $15 million towards the continuation of the “Margin of Excellence” facility upgrade project. The largest single donation in service academy history, the gift by the Foley family funded the design and construction of the facility that bears its name. The Foley Athletic Center represents Phase II of the “Margin of Excellence” facility upgrade which began in 2001.

ARMY’S FUTURE HOME

Pictured above are renderings of Army lacrosse’s new facility, currently in the fund raising stages of development.


ATHLETIC TRAINING

Stationed on the first floor of Kimsey Athletic Center, Army’s athletic training department moved into its new and spacious home in the spring of 2003. The athletic training room now covers 9,500 square feet, housing the finest equipment available for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Highlights of the facility include a 1,202-square-foot cardiovascular room containing more than 25 pieces of equipment; a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy area equipped with a 2,018-square-foot rehabilitation pool, Jacuzzi, two large pools, and four regular pools; 10 treatment tables; five modular taping tables; high-density storage; and a physician’s office with X-ray capability. The training room also features a vast array of the latest treatment and rehabilitation equipment. Thanks to the expansive new treatment area, Army’s athletic training staff can service countless Black Knight athletes simultaneously so they are able to realize their full potential on the “fields of friendly strife.”


STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

O’MEARA, MALEK, DAWKINS CLASS OF 1959 STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER An integral component in Army’s intercollegiate athletic program is the strength and conditioning department. The most visible sign of Army’s commitment in this area is the O’Meara, Malek, Dawkins, Class of 1959 Strength Development Center in Kimsey Athletic Center, one of the finest facilities in the nation. The monstrous 20,000-square-foot center is located on the second floor of Kimsey Athletic Center and features 30 tons of plates and dumbbells; 15 pieces of cardiovascular equipment, including six high-speed treadmills; a state-of-the-art weight training area with 16 rack and platform training stations, as well as a separate dumbbell area; and top-of-the-line Hammer strength equipment. Under the direction of Scott Swanson, the O’Meara, Malek, Dawkins, Class of 1959 Strength Development Center rivals any training facility in the country.


CENTER FOR ENHANCED PERFORMANCE The Center for Enhanced Performance (CEP) is a state of the art facility committed d to developing the full potential of each cadet through comprehensive mental toughness ess oint and academic skills training. It offers three programs designed to maximize West Point cadet performance, as well as export these critical mental skills to the United States tes Army at large. The Performance Enhancement Program (PEP) is the nation’s most comprehensive ve ls training program for learning, practicing and mastering the intangible mental skills that underlie human performance; confidence despite setbacks, concentration on amidst distractions, and composure under stress. Cadets participate in individual al al training sessions during free periods in their academic schedule, learning, and then n applying the skills of imagery, attention control, energy management, and goal setting. g g. Biofeedback training allows cadets to learn crucial self-regulation techniques, and d sophisticated audio and video simulations of game and practice situations are used d to facilitate mental rehearsal of specific physical, academic, or military skills. These training methods are derived from the field of applied sport psychology, where they are employed in the training of professional and Olympic athletes, but apply to every other area of human performance. The Academic Excellence Program provides instruction in academic support skills designed to help cadets succeed in the classroom. Three classes are offered throughout the academic year: 1) the Student Success Course, a 20 lesson course combining the study skills of textbook marking, note taking, test preparation and time management, with the mental skills such as attention control, confidence building, stress and energy management; 2) Reading Efficiency, a 10 lesson course designed to improve reading speed and comprehension through drill and utilization of modern computer technologies; and 3) Information Literacy and Critical Thinking, a 20-lesson course taught jointly with the USMA Library staff created to enhance problem-solving skills and critically read and evaluate research. The CEP Tutor Program organizes final exam preparation sessions at lab la a le e the end of each semester, and cadet tutors for nearly every academic course are available throughout the year. Most recently the CEP created the Military Enhancement Program (MEP), designed to apply the skills and techniques taught by the Performance Enhancement Program within a military context. MEP Training is now nested throughout the 47 months of the West Point experience. These programs are unique aids to the every member of the Corps of Cadets who seeks to achieve their full potential in academics, athletics and military training. The Center for Enhanced Performance is a powerful demonstration of the Academy’s commitment to provide the finest training available to the future leaders of the nation.

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Since its founding two centuries ago, the U.S. Military Academy has accomplished its mission by developing cadets in four critical areas: intellectual, physical, military, and moral-ethical - a four-year process called the “West Point Experience.” It remains committed to the task of producing commissioned leaders of character for America’s Army. Today, the Academy graduates more than 900 new officers annually, which represents approximately 25 percent of the new lieutenants required by the Army each year. Gen. Douglas MacArthur once said, “Upon the fields of friendly strife are sown the seeds that upon other fields, on other days, will bear the fruits of victory.” That statement is a testament to the high regard in which the Academy holds athletics and the role of a vibrant and competitive intercollegiate program. Great leaders such as Grant and Lee, Pershing and MacArthur, Eisenhower and Patton, Westmoreland and Schwarzkopf are among the more than 50,000 graduates of the U.S. Military Academy. Countless others have served society in the fields of medicine, law, business, politics, and science following their careers in uniform. Army’s great lacrosse tradition has produced its share of leaders both militarily and privately. Today’s Army lacrosse player is well-versed in “Duty, Honor, Country,” and is provided with all the tools to be leaders of character in the Army and in the business world.

NAME

OCCUPATION

COMPANY

Larry Adair (’74)

Senior Executive

Accenture

Paul Cino (’83)

VP/Sales and Marketing

Various IT startups

Michael Colon (’95)

Asst. VP/Portfolio Mgmt

Bank of America

CITY Reston, Va. Windham, N.H. San Francisco, Calif.

Maj. Gen. Kenneth Dahl (’82)

Deputy Commanding General I Corps - Joint Base Lewis

McChord, Wash.

Mike Dieroff (’89)

President

D&D Motor Systems, Inc.

Fayetteville, N.Y.

Frank Eich (’72)

Supply Chain Manager

Proctor and Gamble

Tom Ewart (’66)

Orthopedic Surgeon

Private Practice

Scott Finley (’78)

President and CEO

Park Ave. Capital LLC.

Adam Fullerton (’08)

Facilities Manager

Florida Panthers

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Gary Giglio (’89)

Investment Management

Goldman-Sachs

Irvington, N.Y.

Frank Giordano (’83)

Fixed-Income Sales

Cantor Fitzgerald

Travis Loving (’96)

Dean of Students

The Haverford School

Haverford, Pa.

Thomas Martin (’00)

Sr. Project Manager

Genworth Financial

Lynchburg, Va.

Adam Silva (’93)

Chief Development Officer

Wounded Warrior Project

Maj. Gen. John Uberti (’83)

Chief of Staff

United States Strategic Command

Offutt AFB, NE

John Walker (’06)

Assistant Lacrosse Coach

Princeton University

Princeton, N.J.

Eagle, Idaho Columbia, S.C. Bridgewater, N.J.

Maj. Gen. Kenneth Dahl (USMA ’82)

Ridgewood, N.J.

Jacksonville, Fla.

“One thing I will offer is ... to savor every moment you have with your lacrosse teammates and coaches. I will never again be in the presence of such great men committed to a single goal – each willing to sacrifice and work.” – Adam Silva (’93)

Maj. Gen. John “Sonny” Uberti (USMA ’83)

“Working hard with each other everyday for four years built relationships that will last a lifetime, and it taught me what it truly means to be a part of a team. I wouldn’t trade my experience with Army Lacrosse for anything in the world, and I’m glad I will always be a part of this program.” – Lt. Jim Wagner (USMA ’05)

“West Point does an excellent job of teaching leadership skills, while Army lacrosse taught me the true meaning of toughness and friendship.” Travis Loving (USMA ’96) pictured left

“Playing Army lacrosse, you learn all the skills required for becoming a great success in life; commitment, teamwork, effort and selflessness.” Tom Endres (’80)

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS ADMISSION TO WEST POINT Peterson’s Guide ranks West Point as one of the most competitive colleges in the nation and Forbes ranked West Point as American’s best college in 2009. There are approximately 12,000 applications each year for less than 1,200 cadet vacancies. Applicants compete for vacancies and are evaluated in three areas: academics, physical aptitude and demonstrated leadership ability. Cadet vacancies are allocated to each member of Congress and to the representatives to Congress from Washington, D.C., Guam, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, American Samoa and the Mariana Islands. Many foreign governments are also invited to nominate cadets under a Department of State program, so the student population at West Point is incredibly diverse. The following is an overview of the first three steps toward gaining admittance to West Point. Further information regarding the admissions process and orientation visits is available by calling the Director of Admissions at (845) 938-4041. Should you wish to schedule an official visit, contact the Army Lacrosse office at (845) 938-6558.

DETERMINE IF YOU MEET ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS To meet West Point’s minimum entrance requirements, you must: be at least 17 but not yet 23 on the day you enter West Point; be a U.S. citizen at the time you enter (except for foreign cadets as noted above); not be married or pregnant, nor have a legal obligation to support a child or other dependent. Additionally, you must meet academic, medical and physical qualifications. To be considered academically qualified, you should have an aboveaverage high school or college academic record and strong performance on the standardized American College Testing (ACT) Assessment Program Exam or the College Board Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Additionally, you should take a strong college preparatory program in high school, including four years of English, four years of math (including trigonometry), two years of laboratory science, two years of a foreign language and one year of U.S. history. To be medically qualified, you must be in

good physical and mental health and pass a medical exam administered by the Department of Defense. To meet physical qualification standards, you must demonstrate above-average strength, endurance and agility. The West Point Field Force administers a Physical Aptitude Exam to measure these traits. The exam includes: pull-ups for men/flexed arm hang for women, basketball throw from the kneeling position, standing long jump, a 300-yard shuttle run and a two-minute bout of push-ups.

APPLY FOR A NOMINATION A nomination is the legal authority for West Point to consider a candidate for admission. Nominations are available from every member of Congress and from the representatives to Congress listed above. At a minimum, you should apply to your two senators, your representative and the Vice President. Nominations are also available, from the President, for children of career military personnel, and from the Secretary of the Army for enlisted soldiers in the Regular Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard; for children of deceased or 100% disabled veterans; children of persons awarded the Medal of Honor; and students in Army ROTC, Army Junior ROTC, or Navy, Air Force, or Marine Junior ROTC units which have been designated as Honor Units with Distinction.

START A FILE AT WEST POINT West Point will start your candidate file upon receipt of a completed Precandidate Questionnaire. You may obtain a questionnaire by writing or calling:

www.usma.edu/Admissions. The web site also includes additional information about the admissions process as well as the courses of instruction available at West Point. Finally, if you are at least a high school junior and are sincerely interested in attending West Point and serving as an officer in the U.S. Army, you should talk to your school guidance counselor. Each counselor’s office has a copy of the latest West Point catalog and information to help you with your college choices.

Director of Admissions U.S. Military Academy 646 Swift Road West Point, NY 10996-1905 (845) 938-3188 Automated admissions information is also so available at the above phone number. Additionally, ly, you can request a questionnaire from the he Academy’s World Wide Web page at:

Upon taking the oath, West Point graduates are commissioned as 2nd Lieutenants in the United States Army.

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@ARMY_LACROSSE ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES ENGINEERING Civil Electrical Mechanical Information Systems Environmental Engineering Management Systems Nuclear Engineering Nuclear Engineering Psychology Chemical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Civil Infrastructure Systems System Management HUMANITIES Art, Philosophy & Literature History Foreign Languages Law and Legal Studies Foreign Area Studies BASIC SCIENCES Physics Environmental Geography Geospatial Information Science Chemistry Life Science Computer Science Mathematical Sciences Operation Research Basic Sciences Electronics and Info Technology Systems Environmental Sciences SOCIAL SCIENCES Psychology Sociology Economics Human Geography Leadership Management Political Science Military Art & Science

WEST POINT ACADEMIC GOALS Graduates anticipate and respond effectively to the uncertainties of a changing technological, social, political and economic world. Upon achieving this overarching goal, graduates will be able to: - think and act creatively - recognize moral issues and apply ethical considerations in decision-making. - listen, read, speak, and write effectively - demonstrate the capability and desire to pursue progressive and continual intellectual development, and demonstrate proficiency in six domains of knowledge: Engineering and Technology Information Technology

Math and Science History

Culture Human Behavior

Long recognized as one of the premier academic institutions in the United States, the U.S. Military Academy provides a challenging curriculum that culminates in a bachelor of science degree upon graduation. More than 25 fields of study and 19 optional academic majors are available to cadets as West Point strives to educate and train the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate shall have the attributes essential to professional growth as an officer in the regular Army. The USMA curriculum is also geared toward providing West Point graduates with an intellectual foundation for increasing responsibility (as they ascend the ranks) through a balanced undergraduate education. The Academy’s highly competitive academic environment, coupled with its broad-based academic curriculum, has helped West Point rank fourth nationally in the number of both Rhodes Scholars and Hertz Scholars that it has produced. The West Point curriculum is divided into three portions - core courses, an engineering sequence and a field of study. Cadets are required to take 26 core courses plus five additional classes in one of seven engineering sequences (mechanical, electrical, civil, nuclear, systems, computer or environmental). Beginning with the first semester of the junior year, cadets begin to take electives for their chosen field of study. Fields of study require completion of nine additional courses, bringing to 40 the number of classes a cadet must pass in order to receive a degree. The selection of an optional major involves anywhere from one to four - usually three - additional courses above and beyond the nine field of study electives. This will allow the Cadet to expand his or her realm of study within a chosen discipline. Physical education and military science courses round out the challenging curriculum. Cadets are required to incorporate classes from both disciplines into each semester’s class schedule, creating a standard six-course load for each academic term.

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF ... SENIOR TRI-CAPTAIN JOHN BURK Below is an in-depth look at a typical day at West Point for senior John Burk. One of three captains elected for the 2014 season, Burk started all 14 games on Army’s close defense last season, while also picking up Patriot League Academic Honor Roll accolades. 0615-0650 .......................................................................Wake up/ Hygiene 0700 ............................................................................. Breakfast Formation 0700-0715...................................................................................... Breakfast 0730-0825 ..........................................................Infrastructure Engineering 0840-0935 ...................................................Complex Systems Architecture 0950-1155 ........................................................ Constitutional/Military Law 1205 .................................................................................. Lunch Formation 1215-1230 .......................................................................................... Lunch 1250-1345 ........................................................................Briefing/Lab Hour 1355-1450 .............................................Professional Engineering Seminar 1500-1900 ........................................................................Lacrosse Practice 1900-1930 .......................................................................................... Dinner 1945-2300 ....................................................................................Homework 2330 ............................................................................................... Lights out Senior close defenseman John Burk is an Engineering Management major who earned Patriot League Academic Honor Roll laurels last spring.

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY PREP SCHOOL ABOUT USMAPS

USMAPS is located just outside West Point’s Washington Gate. The brand new compound opened its doors in 2012. The academic program at West Point Prep is a dynamic program, closely coordinated with the West Point curriculum. It is designed to tailor instruction to best meet the needs of the individual cadet candidate. One of the central goals of the academic program is to fully challenge all candidates while recognizing the diversity in their educational backgrounds. The school’s approach is to enhance the skills candidates already possess while providing a solid basis for improvement in needed areas. The academic program focuses on Mathematics and English. These broad areas provide the fundamental basis for academic success at West Point. Cadet candidates also receive instruction in study skills and time management through the Student Success Course. Rigorous concentration on these skills improves a student’s ability to grasp and retain information as well as to think critically and communicate clearly. All candidates are expected to work diligently to surpass course standards in all areas. Those candidates who do not perform to the course standards are counseled, given specific remedial actions to improve performance, and, in most cases, given an opportunity to remedy the material. Students who repeatedly fail to attain course standards may be disenrolled by the Commandant. Academic weeks are organized with “A” days and “B” days running alternately. This allows flexibility in scheduling required courses and for efficiency in the use of instructors and facilities. The academic year consists of four quarters, of 40 classroom days

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duration each. Grading is accomplished against standard objectives and criteria. Test results are not curved. All students who attain the same level of performance against the standard receive the same grade. USMAPS employs a system of “tracking” to challenge fully all cadet candidates. Based upon their performance on a series of initial diagnostic tests and, more importantly, on their performance halfway through the first quarter of classroom work, cadet candidates are placed into specialized English and mathematics tracks. This flexible academic approach allows candidates to improve in weak areas while continuing to enhance their strong areas. Tracks range in difficulty from Fundamental to Advanced Placement. During the academic year candidates can move between tracks, and upward movement is encouraged whenever possible. The Student Success Course is designed to give candidates the tools that will help them throughout their academic and military careers. The tools include: effective reading, notebook organization, note-taking (including mapping and clustering), goal-setting, time management, and memory devices. To reduce academic stress, class time is devoted to stress management and overcoming “test phobia.” Students are expected to apply the techniques to their current classes. Successful people exhibit more than just strong aptitude; they also exhibit a positive attitude, take responsibility for their actions, progress steadily towards goals, and continually re-evaluate their methods. Much of the Student Success Course is devoted to the study of successful behavior and students are encouraged to practice these

The purpose of the United States Military Academy Preparatory School is to prepare selected candidates for admission to West Point; providing focused academic, military and physical instruction in a moral-ethical military school environment in order to prepare and motivate candidates for success at the United States Military Academy. The U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School, known as USMAPS, the Prep School, or West Point Prep, was formally established in 1946, but the history of prepping of soldiers for West Point has been done since Congress enacted legislation in 1916 authorizing appointments for soldiers to West Point. The school exists today as an “avenue of opportunity” to a carefully selected group of soldiers and civilians by providing them the academic, leadership and physical skills that will prepare them for success as cadets at the United States Military Academy. Located just a stone’s throw away from one of West Point’s three gates, West Point Prep prepares cadet candidates for West Point with a foundation that will last them beyond admission to the Academy and well into the future as leaders of character for the nation. West Point Prep is primarily an academic institution that accepts students and soldiers from diverse backgrounds and challenges them to meet and exceed West Point’s rigorous admission standards. As a military school with a career focus, West Point Prep also develops the foundation of professional and physical attributes needed for growth as an officer in the U.S. Army. methods as they develop their leadership style. The goal of the class is to offer lifelong benefits to cadet candidates. Cadet candidates are expected to obtain a “C” or better in each academic course for each quarter. To graduate, each candidate must obtain a “C” or better for each course in each quarter. In addition, they are expected to meet the established physical and military standards. USMAPS underwent a drastic change at the start of the 2011-12 academic year, moving its campus from Fort Monmouth, N.J., to West Point’s sprawling terrain. Featuring brand new buildings and stateof-the-art facilities, USMAPS is located just outside West Point’s Washington Gate.


@ARMY_LACROSSE UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY LEADERSHIP LTG ROBERT CASLEN SUPERINTENDENT Lieutenant General Robert L. Caslen became the 59th Superintendent of the United States Military Academy at West Point on July 17, 2013. Caslen graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1975. He earned master’s degrees from Long Island University and Kansas State University. Previous to this assignment, he served as the Chief of the Office of Security CooperationIraq. His prior deployments and assignments include serving as the commander of the Combined Arms Center at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., the command that oversees the Command and General Staff College and 17 other schools, centers, and training programs located throughout the United States; commanding general of the 25th Infantry Division (Light) and commanding general of the Multi-National Division-North during Operation Iraqi Freedom; commandant of cadets for the United States Military Academy at West Point; deputy director for the War on Terrorism, J-5, The Joint Staff; assistant division commander (maneuver), 3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized); chief of staff, 10th Mountain Division (Light); chief of staff, Combined Joint Task Force Mountain during Operation Enduring Freedom; commander, 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault); chief of staff, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault); senior brigade C2 Observer/ Controller, Operations Group, Joint Readiness Training Center; commander, 1st Battalion, 14th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division (Light); executive officer to the deputy commander in Haiti during Operation Uphold Democracy; J-3 in Honduras for Joint Task Force Bravo; brigade operations officer, 3rd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault); executive officer, 2nd Battalion, 187th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) during Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm. Caslen’s awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Legion of Merit with three Oak Leaf Clusters, the Bronze Star Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, and the Meritorious Service Medal with five Oak Leaf Clusters. He has earned the Combat Infantryman Badge, the Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge, and is Airborne, Air Assault, and Ranger qualified. He is married with three children.

BG RICHARD CLARKE COMMANDANT OF CADETS Brigadier General Richard D. Clarke, a former captain of the Army squash team (198384), assumed command in January 2013 of the United States Corps of Cadets as the 74th Commandant of Cadets. He previously served as the Deputy Commanding General of Operations, 10th Mountain Division. Clarke, commissioned in the Infantry following his graduation from the United States Military Academy in 1984, began his career as a rifle platoon leader with 1st Battalion, 48th Infantry, 3rd Armored Division. Beginning in December 1988, He commanded two companies in the 101st Airborne; Bravo Company, 2nd Battalion, 502nd Infantry, as well as the 101st Long Range Surveillance Detachment. In June of 1992, he transitioned to the 75th Ranger Regiment, and in March of 1993 became the Commander of the Ranger Reconnaissance Detachment. Later he served as the Company Commander of Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. Clarke subsequently held the position of Battalion S-3 and then Battalion Executive Officer of 1st Battalion, 6th Infantry, of the 1st Armored Division. This was followed in May 1999 when he assumed duty as the Brigade Executive Officer of the 173rd Airborne Brigade. In March of 2002, Clarke became the Commander of the 3rd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division. This was directly followed in May 2004 by command of the 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. In August of 2007, Clarke assumed command of the 75th Ranger Regiment. He then served as the Director of Operations, Joint Special Operations Command, at Fort Bragg, N.C. Clarke’s deployments while serving in the aforementioned positions include Operation Desert Storm, Operation Joint Guardian, three deployments in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, and four deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Clarke’s decorations include; the Defense Superior Service Medal (with Oak Leaf Cluster), the Legion of Merit; Bronze Star Medal (with 4 Oak Leaf Clusters); Meritorious Service Medal (with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters); Air Medal, Army Commendation Medal (with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters); the Army Achievement Medal (with 6 Oak Leaf Clusters); the National Defense Service Medal (with Bronze Star); the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal; the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal; and the Afghanistan Service Medal.

BG TIMOTHY TRAINOR DEAN OF THE ACADEMIC BOARD Brigadier General Timothy E. Trainor, Ph.D., became the Dean of the Academic Board at the United States Military Academy in the summer of 2010. He previously served as professor and head of the Department of Systems Engineering at West Point where he taught courses in engineering management, systems engineering and decision analysis. Trainor graduated with a Bachelor of Science from West Point in 1983 and entered the Engineer Branch of the U.S. Army. As an engineering officer, Trainor has served in operational assignments around the world, including Germany, Honduras, Fort Bragg, N.C., Fort Riley, Kans. and Sarajevo, Bosnia. Trainor has a Master of Business Administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke and a doctorate degree in industrial engineering from North Carolina State University. He is a member of the Military Applications Society of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences the Military Operations Research Society, the American Society for Engineering Management and the American Society of Engineering Education. He is a past president of Epsilon Mu Eta, the national Engineering Management Honor Society. Trainor is also a member of the Board of Fellows for the David Crawford School of Engineering at Norwich University. As an analyst, Trainor helped develop the Installation Status Report that provides the Army a standardized means to assess infrastructure and environmental conditions on installations to support resource allocation decisions. He has applied decision analysis methods in completing an organizational analysis of the Army’s Installation Management Agency and in assessing defense security cooperation programs. Trainor deployed to Basrah, Iraq in the summer of 2007 and worked with the British-led Provincial Reconstruction Team in helping the provincial Iraqi leaders improve their infrastructure revitalization plans. Trainor is married to Col. Donna Brazil, a 1983 graduate of West Point, who is a professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the Academy. They have a daughter Cory, who is currently attending West Point, and two sons; Danny, also a student at West Point, and Zach.

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS BOO CORRIGAN DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 3rd YEAR NOTRE DAME, 1990 Boo Corrigan was named the Academy’s director of athletics on Feb. 1, 2011. “We have an opportunity to work every day with a truly exceptional group of young people,” Corrigan said. “The opportunities they receive through intercollegiate athletics will help shape their own leadership styles as they become officers in the U.S. Army. We have a great team that focuses daily on our cadet-athletes. We strive to enhance their overall experience as they develop into the leaders our nation needs.” In his short time as athletic director, Corrigan has strengthened and expanded Army Athletics’ relationships in several key areas. In his tenure, Army has secured a new apparel agreement with Nike, a new pouring rights contract with Coke and bringing in the Aspire Group to enhance ticket sales and better serve Army season ticket holders. Corrigan also crafted the Team Army concept, a comprehensive plan designed to add significant value to Army’s corporate sponsorships while maintaining the tradition of West Point Athletics. Corrigan, who has a proven record as a fundraiser, spearheaded changes in the Army A Club and ticket operations that have resulted in more than $20 million dollars in major gifts and record-setting annual giving during his tenure. During that time the funding for a new lacrosse facility, that is scheduled to break ground, was secured. In addition to his role in enhancing revenues for Army Athletics, Corrigan led a strategic planning process that developed a new mission statement and goals for the department. In his first full two years at West Point, Corrigan has overseen a program that owns eight Patriot League regular season or tournament championships and sent eight teams to the NCAA postseason (rifle). Thirty-three cadets have earned a major award from their conference,. In 2012-13 alone, Army accounted for more than 100 all-league citations. Hockey’s Cheyne Rocha and lacrosse’s Brendan Buckley each captured the Senior CLASS Award in their respective sports, making Army the only school in the nation to have multiple winners in 2012-13. The 2012-13 season was one of the most successful in recent memory on the fields of friendly strife. Army teams combined to post an overall record of 236-183-8. The program’s .562 winning percentage was the highest in eight years. The winter sports programs had their best season in five years as the women’s basketball team won the Patriot League regular season title, the men’s basketball team posted its first winning season in 28 years and the rifle squad advanced to the NCAA Championships for the 10th consecutive season. It was also a great year in the competition against fellow service academies. Army split the season series versus Navy, 16-16-1, marking the best winning percentage against the Mids (.500) since 2004-05. The Black Knights owned a 4-2-1 record against Air Force, improving the record to 20-18-2 (.525) versus

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service academy foes in 2012-13. Cadet-athletes have continued to thrive in the classroom under Corrigan’s watch. In his two full years, Army has boasted seven Academic AllAmericans, including six first-team selections. Lacrosse’s Brendan Buckely became the first Army athlete to capture Academic All-American of the Year honors in 2012. In 2011, the Black Knights’ football team boasted two first-team CoSIDA Academic AllAmericans, a first for the program since 1957. Since the start of the 2011-12 season, Army boasts six Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year, including Buckley, a two-time overall men’s winner. Twenty of Army’s 24 NCAA programs scored above the national average in the 2013 NCAA APR report. The men’s cross country and wrestling teams earned public recognition for finishing in the top 10 percent of their respective sport. The cross country squad boasted a perfect score of 1,000. In addition, former football standout Andrew Rodriguez, Class of 2012, became the first Army player to win the National Football Foundation’s Willam V. Campbell Trophy, which is presented annually to the nation’s top football scholar-athlete. Rodriguez later was honored with the Amateur Athletic Union’s James E. Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in the country. He was the first Army player to receive the award since 1946 and was just the third player in history (Peyton Manning, Tim Tebow) to win both the Campbell Trophy and Sullivan Award. Army has been the focus of national attention since Corrigan’s arrival. He was instrumental in supporting the CBS documentary, “Game of Honor,” that chronicled the Black Knights’ 2011 football season leading up to its annual showdown with arch-rival Navy. Not only was the two-hour program broadcast to a national audience on Showtime, but also won the Emmy Award for Best Sports Documentary. The Army football team was also the focus of a behindthe-scenes book titled, “Soldiers First,” written by New York Times writer Joe Drape. Corrigan has also made his mark on the aesthetics of historic Michie Stadium. In order to upgrade the appearance and provide a better experience for Army fans, Corrigan implemented a Michie Stadium branding and signage campaign that began in 2011. The first phase of the project was completed prior to the 2012 season.

In addition to his duties at West Point, Corrigan has been an active leader in the Patriot League, serving as chairman of the conference’s Broadband Committee. Corrigan, who was the senior associate athletic director for external affairs at Duke University starting in August 2008, brings a wealth of leadership to his post. He is a proven administrator with 18 previous years of experience in all areas of revenue generation, external affairs, staff management and leadership. Corrigan’s chief responsibilities at Duke included the oversight of the Blue Devil corporate partnerships and the Marketing, Promotions, Ticket, Internet Operations, Sports Information and Video Services departments. In only two years at Duke, Corrigan was responsible for the negotiation of multi-media rights to ISP. A supervisor of the 2009 NCAA Champion women’s tennis and 2010 NCAA Champion men’s lacrosse programs, Corrigan was a part of three NCAA Championships at Duke in just two seasons. He is currently a member of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rules committee and the Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Lacrosse Committee, while serving on the Executive Budget Committee at Duke. Prior to arriving at Duke in August of 2008, he oversaw Notre Dame’s corporate relations and marketing as an associate athletic director for five years. During his stint at Notre Dame, Corrigan spearheaded the redesign of its official athletics website and creation of 15-20 hours of original video content weekly. That resulted in a 35 percent increase in page views and unique users. Corrigan also worked directly with ISP Sports, CSTV, and NBC Sports from a sales and marketing standpoint. Before joining the staff at Notre Dame, Corrigan spent nearly three years as the associate athletic director for marketing at the United States Naval Academy. He was responsible for turning the marketing department from a deficit to profit in his first year with full budget responsibility for the department. Corrigan also was intimately involved with the re-branding of the Annual Giving Campaign (The Blue and Gold), which led to an increase of 75 percent year over year donations. His collegiate experience also includes a stint as assistant director of marketing at Florida State from 1992-95. Corrigan is a 1990 University of Notre Dame graduate with a degree in economics. He is married to the former Kristen Aceto, a former field hockey and lacrosse player at the University of Virginia who also earned a master’s degree from the school. The couple has three children, Finley, Tre and Brian. He is the youngest of seven children of Gene and Lena Corrigan.


@ARMY_LACROSSE COVERING THE BLACK KNIGHTS CREDENTIALS Working credentials for all media personnel can be obtained by contacting Tracy Nelson in the Army Office of Athletic Communications. In most instances, credentials will be left at the Will Call window at Michie Stadium outside Gate 3. There is no designated press parking area at Michie Stadium, although special arrangements for television or radio crews may be arranged through Tracy Nelson. RADIO REQUIREMENTS The Hoffman Press Box will be available for media personnel at Michie Stadium. Accommodations for visiting radio can be arranged through Tracy Nelson in Army’s Office of Athletic Communications. Rental fee for all lines is $75 and a check must be mailed prior to the game or hand-delivered to an athletic communications official before plugging into the line. Only outgoing collect or credit card calls are permitted. PHOTOGRAPHY Still photographers are urged to work from the sidelines. Anyone moving behind either of the goals during play does so at their own risk. Access to the sideline opposite the two benches is available for still photographers and television cameramen. Photographers are not allowed on the same sideline as the team benches without prior approval. GAME SERVICES Game notes and statistics are posted on Army’s official athletics Website at www.goARMYsports. com and will be available in the press box prior to each game. Postgame stat packages will be available in Hoffman Press Box shortly after the completion of the game and distributed to visiting media.

INTERVIEW POLICY Army head coach Joe Alberici and players will be available to the media on the field immediately following completion of the game. Please submit your requests to Tracy Nelson in Hoffman Press Box prior to the end of the game. For those desiring interviews with Coach Alberici during the week, please contact Tracy Nelson to coordinate. No game-day interviews will be granted except upon extenuating circumstances. All requests for player interviews should be made through Tracy Nelson as well. PRACTICE COVERAGE Army lacrosse practices are closed to members of the media unless accompanied by a member of Army’s Athletic Communications staff. Please contact Tracy Nelson in the Athletic Communications Office in advance to determine the status and location of practice and gain clearance into the workout. Twenty-four hour notice for media members wishing to attend practice is required. GAMETRACKER The Army Athletic Association continues its thorough coverage of its nationally ranked men’s lacrosse squad with real-time statistics through the GameTracker portal of www.goARMYsports.com. Fans will have the opportunity to view a variety of statistics, as well as the game’s play-by-play for each of Army’s home lacrosse games. For easy access, go to the schedule link of the Army lacrosse page. GameTracker links for home and away (when provided) games are located there.

LACROSSE CONTACT Tracy Nelson Asstistant Director, Athletic Communications Office: Cell: Email: Website:

(845) 938-4090 (914) 755-7764 Tracy.Nelson@usma.edu www.goARMYsports.com

Mailing Address: Office of Athletic Communications U.S. Military Academy 639 Howard Rd. West Point, NY 10996-1589 Important Numbers: (845) 938-3303 — Athletic Comm. Phone (845) 446-2556 — Athletic Comm. FAX (845) 938-2429 — Lacrosse Office

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DIRECTIONS TO WEST POINT ARMY SPORTS NETWORK & KNIGHT VISION The Army Sports Network, in its 13th year offering extensive coverage of the Black Knights, will continue its aggressive broadcast schedule by carrying all six regular-season home games and any postseason contests in 2014. All of the Black Knights’ home contests at venerable Nick DeSanctis Michie Stadium will be shown live on the internet via Knight Vision, Army’s video streaming package. They can be viewed via the Army All-Access subsrciption package through the Army Athletics Website at www.goARMYsports. com. Black Knights Multimedia and Broadcasting Coordinator Nick DeSanctis will call all of the lacrosse action from Michie Stadium. Selected home games will also be carried live on the radio in the Hudson Valley. Fans can tune in to WEOK 1390-AM, WALL 1340-AM to listen

along with all the action. Additional affiliate 92.5 WBLH-FM out of Watertown, N.Y., will also pick up the broadcasts, making them available to soldiers stationed at Fort Drum. HOW TO FOLLOW ARMY LACROSSE IN 2014 F9 MASSACHUSETTS KV, Radio M4 RUTGERS KV, Radio M8 HOLY CROSS* KV, Radio M22 LEHIGH* KV, Radio M29 BUCKNELL* KV, Radio A13 NAVY* KV, Radio, CBSSN A22 PLT First Round KV, Radio, CBSSN A25 PLT Semifinals KV, Radio, CBSSN A27 PLT Championship KV, Radio, CBSSN M3 at Notre Dame ESPNU Key: KV (Knight Vision), Radio (1390-AM, 1340AM in the Hudson Valley; 92.5 WBLH-FM out of Watertown, N.Y.), CBSSN (CBS Sports Network). Home games in bold CAPS.

From the North (Upstate New York): Take I-87 (N.Y.S. Thruway) South to Exit 16 (Harriman). Follow Route 6 East to Route 293 East. Take Route 9W South to West Point’s “Stony Lonesome Gate.” From the South (NYC/New Jersey): Take I-87 to Exit 16 (Harriman). Follow Route 6 East to Route 293 East. Take Route 9W South to West Point’s “Stony Lonesome Gate.” From the Northeast (New England): Take I-84 West across the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge to Route 9W South. Follow Route 9W South to West Point’s “Stony Lonesome Gate.” From the Southeast (New York City): Take Route 287 West across the Tappan Zee Bridge, which becomes I-87. Follow to Exit 13N for Palisades Parkway North. Follow to the Bear Mountain traffic circle. Go three-quarters of the way around the circle and take Route 9W North to West Point’s “Stony Lonesome Gate.” From the West (Western New York): Take Route 17 East to Exit 131 (Harriman). Take Route 6 East to Route 293 East. Take Route 9W South to West Point’s “Stony Lonesome Gate.”

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CENTER OF ATTENTION

One of the most widely covered ed teams ed teams ms at Army, Army my, the lacrosse my lacr la c team makes national television appearances and generates a bevy of national media each year. This season, the Black Knights will appear on both CBS Sports Network and ESPNU in 2014, along with other local and regional outlets.


ARMY PLAYERS IN THE PROS In total, Army has had nine players drafted to the Major League Lacrosse ranks and one to the National Lacrosse League. Professional front offices cannot speak to the athletes until they have exhausted their eligibility at the end of the season. Draftees may select to use leave time in order to participate The players’ military commitment takes the ultimate precedence. Garrett Thul (2013), Brendan Buckley (2013), Tim Henderson (2012), Jeremy Boltus (2011), Bill Henderson (2011), Tom Palesky (2011), Adam Fullerton (2008), Jim Wagner (2005), Jeff Bryan (2004) and Tim Pearson (2002) were all drafted by the MLL. Boltus enjoyed the most MLL success of any Army graduate, being named the league’s Rookie of the Year in 2011. Tim Henderson and Garrett Thul are the only Army players to play professionally in both the MLL L and a d NLL. an NL N LL. L.

JUSTIN BOKMEYER ’08 - DENVER OUTLAWS

JEREMY BOLTUS ’11 - HAMILTON NATIONALS Note: Boltus was traded to the Denver Outlaws in 2013.

GARRETT THUL ’13 - HAMILTON NATIONALS, PHILADELPHIA WINGS, TEAM USA PROSPECT

TTIM IM HENDERSON ’12 - WASHINGTON STEALTH


ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS HEAD COACH JOE ALBERICI 9TH SEASON AT ARMY 10TH SEASON AS COLLEGIATE HEAD COACH ALFRED UNIVERSITY, 1991 @ArmyLaxCoach YEARS SCHOOL 1994 SUNY Oneonta 1995-96 Army 1997-05 Duke 2006 Army 2007 Army 2008 Army 2009 Army 2010 Army 2011 Army 2012 Army 2013 Army CAREER RECORD

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Joe Alberici enters his ninth season at the helm of the Army lacrosse program. Following in the footsteps of some of the biggest names in the history of the sport, Alberici roams the same sideline where Hall of Fame legends such as Jack Emmer, Ace Adams, Dick Edell and F. Morris Touchstone, once tread. A former assistant to Emmer, Alberici returned to the banks of the Hudson River after a nine-year stint as an assistant coach at Duke where he helped the Blue Devils tighten their grip as one of the nation’s premier lacrosse programs. Alberici became the 10th head coach in Army’s storied 90-year history in 2006, and was tasked to fill the big shoes left by his mentor, Emmer, who retired as college lacrosse’s all-time winningest coach in 2005. Alberici led Army to its first-ever Patriot League tournament title in 2010, defeating Navy, 11-8, in the championship contest. The Black Knights, who compiled a 6-0 conference record during the regular season for the first time that spring, went on to upset No. 2-ranked Syracuse in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Alberici helped mold Garrett Thul ‘13 into the national Rookie of the Year in 2010 as the attackman set plebe records in goals and points. Thul joins Jeremy Boltus ‘11 - Army’s most recent first team All-American - and reigning Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year John Glesener as three of Alberici’s most prized recruits as of late. When it comes to Alberici producing successful cadet-athletes both on the field and in the classroom, the numbers speak for themselves. In just eight short years at the Academy, his players have earned a total of 16 AllAmerican certificates. Alberici has also mentored seven Patriot League major award winners (Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Goalkeeper of the Year, Rookie of the Year), 42 Patriot League Honor Roll recipients, four Academic All-Americans, three Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year and

The Alberici Family: (L to R) Petra, Maximus, Joe and Isabella

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NOTES SUNYAC Coach of the Year Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Ranked #20 in final USILA Poll PL Coach of the Year/#19 Final USILA Poll NCAA Quarterfinals/#9 Final USILA Poll Ranked as high as #9 in national polls Defeated Navy for fifth-straight time two Senior CLASS Award winners (Brendan Buckley, 2013; Andrew Maisano, 2010). In addition, nine of his players have been selected in the Major League Lacrosse draft. As he has done every season at West Point, Alberici engineered a Patriot League Tournament berth for his Black Knights, who finished the year with an 8-6 mark. Army faced five nationally ranked teams and defeated Navy for a fifth-straight time in 2013. While Thul shattered Army’s goal-scoring record in his final season, the Flemington, N.J. native also picked up All-America honors for a third time. Glesener and fellow senior Brendan Buckley were also named. With Buckley anchoring, the Black Knights ranked third in the nation in scoring defense, yielding 7.79 goals per game, at year’s end. Alberici’s emphasis on molding the true student-athlete was never more evident than in 2013. Ten players earned Patriot League Academic Honor Roll plaudits, while Buckley produced a laundry list of postseason academic and athletic awards to include Patriot League Defensive Player of Year, USILA Academic All-America, Capital One Overall Academic All-American of the Year, Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year and the 2013 Senior CLASS Award. Thanks to the recent success of Buckley, Alberici has now mentored four of the Patriot League’s last five Scholar-Athlete of the Year winners. In addition to Buckley’s success, Thul became the third lacrosse player to win the prestigious Army Athletic Association Trophy, awarded annually to the top graduating male and female athletes. Drafted by the Hamilton Nationals of the MLL, Thul also embarked on his rookie NLL season with the Philadelphia Wings in 2013-14. Last spring showed improvement from a 7-8 showing during a 2012 campaign that saw the Black Knights face seven nationally ranked opponents and reach No. 20 themselves. Army’s 6-5 overtime win at then-No. 15 Bucknell halted the Bison’s eightgame win streak. While the victory in Lewisburg, Pa., provided plenty of highlights, the apex of Army’s season came courtesy of a 9-6 win over rival Navy on national television to clinch a Patriot League Tournament berth. Tim Henderson `12 garnered Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year honors following his final season. He went on to help the Long Island Lizards make a run in the MLL playoffs and joined Thul in earning All-America honors in 2012. Henderson and Thul headlined a group of five Black Knights to capture 2012 All-Patriot League honors. Following Army’s 2012 Patriot League Tournament appearance, Alberici served as the North Team head coach at the annual USILA/Lax World North-South Senior All-Star game where he mentored Henderson, Devin Lynch `12 and Larry LoRusso `12 one last time. In 2011, Alberici recorded his 50th victory at Army and mentored one of the most prolific feeders in the program’s storied history. Jeremy Boltus ‘11 finished second on Army’s all-time points (214) and assists (124) lists. The team captain became the second player in Army history to be one of five national finalists for the


@ARMY_LACROSSE “There is no better institution in the country to get an education, to learn about leadership, or to learn about yourself than West Point. It is the kind of place that, if you choose to come here, you’ll be different when you leave. Certainly, there will be challenges, but you will have the strength of your teammates, your coaches and all those around you for support. If you are willing to meet those challenges head-on, you’ll be a better person for it. I’m not sure there is a nobler thing than to serve your country. It says a lot about who you are.” - ARMY HEAD COACH JOE ALBERICI Tewaaraton Award, presented annually to the top player in college lacrosse, and the first Black Knight since 2005 to be named first team All-America. Boltus went on win the Army Athletic Association Award as his class’ top male athlete and to enjoy a breakout campaign with the MLL’s Hamilton Nationals. He led all rookies in scoring, nabbed MLL Rookie of the Year accolades and now plays for the Denver Outlaws. With the tandem of Thul and Boltus firing on all cylinders, Alberici’s sixth season at the helm saw the Black Knights defeat rival Navy at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium for the first time since 1997. The 14-9 comeback victory marked a third straight win over the Mids and fourth victory for the Class of 2011. Army, nationally ranked at the time, also clinched a Patriot League Tournament berth that afternoon and effectively eliminated Navy from the four-team playoff for the first time in conference history. Army went on to finish the season with a 9-6 overall mark and ranked as high as No. 7 in the country. The Black Knights totaled five All-America certificates, three MLL draftees and produced a second team Academic All-America honoree. Alberici was named the 2008 Patriot League Coach of the Year after leading Army to a 9-6 record, including a 5-1 conference mark which was good enough to clinch the Patriot League regular season title and top seed for the postseason tournament, hosted at Michie Stadium. Five Black Knights garnered All-Patriot League honors, including senior Adam Fullerton `08, who won his second-straight conference Goalkeeper of the Year award on his way to third-team All-America honors. Ranked as high as No. 8 during the season, Army finished the season No. 19 in the final USILA National Coaches Poll on the heels of a scoring defense that only allowed 7.13 goals per game, to rank sixth nationally. In 2007, Alberici guided the Black Knights through a roller coaster season, highlighted by a 6-1 start and an upset of No. 2 Syracuse in the Carrier Dome that marked the first time the Orange had ever lost at home in February. Ranked as high as No. 8 in the national polls during the campaign, the Black Knights would go on to qualify for their third-straight Patriot League Tournament to finish the season. His stalwart defense allowed just four opponents to score over 10 goals en route to a 7.80 goals against average that ranked 10th in the country. Alberici also watched four of his players garner allconference honors. In his first season as head coach, Alberici led the Black Knights to their second-straight appearance in the Patriot League Tournament Championship game. Two of his players - attackman John Walker `06 and defenseman Matt Luyster `06 - capped their Army careers with Honorable Mention All-America honors while leading the squad to its ninth-straight season with at least eight victories against one of the toughest schedules in the country. Alberici’s tenure at Duke coincided with the Blue Devils’ rise to national prominence, which culminated in their magical run to the Division I title contest in 2005, a game in which they fell 9-8 to top-ranked Johns Hopkins. Ranked second in the nation behind the Blue Jays for much of the spring, Duke forged a remarkable 17-3 ledger and established an NCAA record for victories in a single season. Two of Duke’s losses were one-goal defeats at the hands of Johns Hopkins, including an 11-10 double-overtime loss at JHU’s Homewood Field in early April. Alberici’s duties at Duke included recruiting director, assisting with the daily administration of the program, serving as the Blue Devils’ defensive coordinator and coaching the team’s goalkeepers. After serving as offensive coordinator and working with Duke’s man-up offense during his first eight years, he assumed the roles of defensive coordinator and coach of the mandown defense during his final season. He was promoted to associate head coach in 1999. During Alberici’s nine years on head coach Mike Pressler’s staff, the Blue Devils forged a sparkling 96-47 (.671) record, made seven appearances in the NCAA Tournament - including a run of six-straight postseason trips between 1997 and 2002 - and captured a pair of Atlantic Coast Conference titles (2001 and 2002). The Blue Devils reached the Final Four for the first time in 1997, Alberici’s initial year in Durham, before embarking on their remarkable postseason run in 2005. Under Alberici’s watchful eye, Duke ranked second in the nation in scoring defense, surrendering just 6.91 goals per game. Alberici spent the 1995 and 1996 seasons at West Point as an assistant

coach, and helped the Black Knights to a 10-5 showing and an NCAA appearance in 1996. Army won its final five games that season, including victories over Hofstra, Navy and Rutgers, to earn the Academy’s 12th postseason berth. A 1991 graduate of Alfred University, Alberici was a two-time lacrosse All-American in 1990 and 1991 and also garnered Academic All-America accolades as a senior. A four-year starter at attack, he set six school scoring records and led the Saxons to winning seasons in 1989, 1990 and 1991. A three-time team captain, Alberici led the entire nation, including all three divisions, in assists as a junior, garnering 78 helpers in 17 contests for a 4.6 assist per-game average. In 2001, Alberici was inducted into Alfred’s Hall of Fame. Following graduation, Alberici remained at his alma mater for two years in the role of graduate assistant coach, earning his master’s degree in education in 1993. He accepted his first head coaching assignment soon thereafter when he was named to the top post at SUNY Oneonta. In 1994, the Dragons forged an 8-6 record and established a singleseason school record for victories, earning Alberici Empire Lacrosse League Coach of the Year laurels. It was on the heels of that spectacular season that Alberici made the move to West Point. A native of Auburn, N.Y., Alberici was inducted into the Auburn High School Hall of Fame in 2008, joining his older brother, John and father, Gino, as enshrinees. In his present role as the face of Army’s storied program, Alberici has assumed control of a club that remains intertwined with the rich history of collegiate lacrosse. In 95 seasons, the Black Knights have amassed 732 victories, trailing only Johns Hopkins, Syracuse and Navy in all-time wins at the Division I level. Army has produced eight national champions, while 12 men associated with the program (eight players and four coaches) have been enshrined in the National Lacrosse Foundation Hall of Fame. Alberici berici served a term ass an assistant coach for the U.S. National tional Lacrosse Team at the 2010 World Lacrosse e Championships in Manchester, England,, helping the Americans to the gold medal. edal. In 2007, he was also appointed to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse e Association (USILA) Board of Directors, the sport’s rt’s national governing body. Alberici berici and his wife, Petra, reside at West Point with th their son, Maximus, and daughter, Isabella.

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS ASSISTANT COACHING STAFF ANTHONY “MAC” DIANGE 25TH SEASON AT ARMY CORTLAND STATE, 1977

The longest tenured assistant coach at the Academy, Anthony “Mac” Diange enters his silvery anniversary season with the Army lacrosse program and has been an integral part of its success. The veteran assistant, who was named the 2010 Assistant Coach of the Year by the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association in 2012, will continue to manage Army’s offense. Diange is also a top-notch recruiter with deep roots on Long Island and in the Hudson Valley. The Long Island native teamed with legendary coach Jack Emmer to bring stability and continuity to the Black Knights’ sideline when he joined the West Point staff in 1990 and continued his tenure at the Academy with the arrival of Joe Alberici as head coach prior to the start of the 2006 season. During his time at the Academy, Diange has tutored the five of the most prolific scorers in Army lacrosse history, a gruop that includes a pair of Tewaaraton Trophy finalists in John Walker ’06 and Jeremy Boltus ’11. A standout in his own right, Tim Pearson totaled 238 points from 1998-02 to eclipse the previous scoring record by 34. The three-time AllAmerican also sits atop the career assist list with 142. Diange guided Walker during his standout career that culminated with 209 points (125 goals, 84 assists) and his second All-America honor in 2006. One of five finalists for the Tewaaraton Trophy, Walker still ranks third in points and fourth in goals. From 2007-11, Diange helped develop Boltus into one of the greatest feeders in Army history. Boltus graduated from West Point ranked second alltime in points and assists and was also a Tewaaraton Trophy finalist. He went on to enjoy huge success in his first Major League Lacrosse season, having earned Rookie of the Year honors in 2011. One of Boltus’ favorite targets for two seasons, Garrett Thul ’13 earned three All-America certificates and garnered national Rookie of the Year accolades in 2010. As a senior, Thul broke the Black Knights’ all-time goals record and finished with 163. Additionally, “Mac”, as he is widely known in lacrosse circles, has been a part of all 11 Patriot League titles the Academy has either won or shared, and has watched four of his attackmen and two midfielders earn the league’s Offensive Player of the Year award. Five of his other offensive threats started their careers off by earning Patriot League Rookie of the Year accolades. A total of 17 Army players have accorded All-America accolades during Diange’s term at West Point, including at least one in 11 of the last 13 years. Diange arrived at West Point in 1990 following a nine-year stint on the Division III level as head lacrosse coach at SUNY Geneseo. While at the helm of the Blue Knights, Diange was named the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Coach of the Year twice, in 1985 and again in 1989. He played a large role in popularizing the game of lacrosse in Western New York through the success of the program, compiling a 51-49 record during his tenure. In only his second season, he guided the squad to an 8-3 mark and the school’s first SUNYAC Championship. Diange is a 1977 graduate of SUNY Cortland, widely considered the cradle of college lacrosse coaching, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education. A standout midfielder, he was a member of the Red Dragons’ 1975 Division II National Championship squad. He also spent one year as an assistant coach at Albany while earning a master’s degree in education. A native of Massapequa Park, N.Y., Diange starred in football and lacrosse at Farmingdale High School and helped the gridders to the 1971 New York State Championship. Diange and his wife, Janice, reside in Cornwall. They have three children: Kelly-Lynn, Allison and Joe.

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KYLE GEORGALAS THIRD SEASON AT ARMY CORNELL, 2005

Kyle Georgalas, a former first team All-Ivy League, honorable mention AllAmerica selection and later five-year assistant coach at Cornell, joined Army’s lacrosse staff as an assistant coach in August 2011. In his two short seasons at the Academy, Georgalas has proved to be a valuable asset to the coaching staff both on the field and the recruiting trail. Primarily responsible for the Black Knights’ face-offs and substitutions, Georgalas watched Derek Sipperly ‘12 garner second team All-Patriot League plaudits and the No. 2 spot on Army’s single-season face-off wins list with 171. Sipperly led the Patriot League and finished the year ranked 15th nationally with a 56.3 win percentage. More recently, Alex Daly enters his sophomore season as one of the league’s breakout stars in the “x” after a stellar rookie campaign. A first team All-Patriot League performer, Daly finished the season ranked 10th in the nation with a 58.6 face-off win percentage. In addition to his specialist duties, Georgalas plays an integral role in helping shape the Black Knights’ offense, which averaged better than 10 goals per game since his arrival at West Point. He is also responsible for overseeing Army’s man-down unit. Georgalas spent five years as an assistant coach at his alma mater Cornell. During his nine years with the Big Red as both a player and assistant coach, Cornell posted a 102-37 record, won outright or shared eight Ivy League titles and made three Final Four appearances. During his five years on the sidelines, he helped Cornell post at least 11 wins each season, including a 15-1 showing in 2007. Georgalas tackled a bevy of responsibilities during his time as an assistant coach, broadening his skills in all areas. On the field, Georgalas was in charge of face-offs and substitutions, while assisting in all facets of the defensive unit. He also served as the staff’s recruiting coordinator. As a player, Georgalas headed up the Big Red defense in 2005 and served as a team captain during his final two seasons During his senior season, Georgalas helped Cornell to an 11-3 overall record, completing its first perfect 6-0 Ivy League season and its first outright Ivy title since 1987. The 2005 squad then advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals for the second-straight season where they fell to national runner-up Duke. He was selected to compete for the North team in the 64th annual NorthSouth Classic, and was drafted by the New Jersey Pride in the fifth round of the 2005 Major League Lacrosse collegiate draft. Georgalas’ father, Ted, has been a volunteer assistant coach on Army’s sidelines over the last three seasons. He and his wife, Dawn, reside in New Windsor, N.Y.


@ARMY_LACROSSE ASSISTANT COACHING STAFF/SUPPORT STAFF TED GEORGALAS

SUPPORT STAFF 5TH SEASON AT ARMY SPRINGFIELD, 1973

Ted Georgalas embarks upon his fifth season as a volunteer assistant coach with the Army lacrosse program. Georgalas offers a wealth of knowledge and coaching experience in all areas to the program. Georgalas was named one of the original six head coaches at the inception of Major League Lacrosse (MLL) in 2001. Voted the 2003 MLL Coach of the Year, he led the New Jersey Pride for its first four seasons of existence, guiding the squad to a pair of playoff appearances in 2002 and 2003. He was inducted into the Hudson Valley Chapter of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame’s second class in 1995, 10 years before Army coaching legend Jack Emmer was bestowed the same honor in 2005. Georgalas is credited with founding the Mahopac (N.Y.) high school lacrosse program in 1983, which has since become one of the top programs in the state. After leading the Indians to the 1983 New York State Championships in his first season with the squad, he spent the next 18 years on the Mahopac sidelines, while also coaching football and basketball. Additionally a physical education teacher, he was named the New York State Section 1 Man of the Year after retiring from his teaching position in 2007. He most recently served as the head junior varsity coach at Somers (N.Y.) High School while serving as a substitute teacher in the district. He also previously was an assistant lacrosse coach at Pace University. A native of nearby lacrosse hotbed Yorktown Heights, N.Y., he graduated from Springfield College in 1973 and was a member of the school’s first varsity lacrosse team. The defenseman capped his collegiate career with third-team All-America honors as a senior after garnering Honorable Mention All-America plaudits as a junior. A three-time team captain, he also won a trio of All-New England honors and participated in the North/South Senior All-Star Game in 1973.

Col. Rick McPeak Head Officer Representative

Dana Putnam Athletic Trainer

Dave Dominick Admissions Support

Gene McIntyre Sport Supervisor

Scott Swanson Strength and Conditioning Coach

Dr. Nate Zinsser Center for Enhanced Performance

Shirley Lewis Part-Time Administrative Assistant

Tracy Nelson Athletic Communications

Marcus Jennings Equipment Manager

2nd Lt. Pat Brennan Athletic Intern

2nd Lt. Garrett Thul Athletic Intern

Alex Brammer Student Assistant Coach

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS 2014 SEASON OUTLOOK While the rest of the lacrosse world hones on Army’s loss of all-time leading goal-scorer Garrett Thul to graduation, head coach Joe Alberici’s Black Knights hit the field with more depth than ever in the veteran mentor’s previous eight seasons at the Academy. Alberici and his staff have much to be optimistic about with the return of four All-Patriot League players from a year ago, and will look to replace the All-American and Team USA attackman Thul by committee. “Our strength will be in our numbers,” Alberici told Inside Lacrosse. “That’s what it’s coming to now. Our numbers are our one of our greatest assets. What we have now more than at any other time in my tenure is a lot of depth with lots of guys who are similar in ability. We just need them to be able to step up and rise to the occasion. “We can be more of a transition team,” he continued. “Without Thul in the settled game, that’s something we’re exploring more in the early stages, playing at a faster pace, even in six-onsix. That enables you to use your depth, which is something we have an abundance of this season.” Leading the way for Army’s attack will be junior John Glesener. The Camillus, N.Y., native settled into his new role as an attackman last season and it resulted in an impressive 61 points, along with a bevy of accolades to include 2013 Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year, top 25 Tewaaraton Award finalist and honorable mention All-America honors. It will come as no surprise that Glesener will shoulder much of the attention offensively, which leaves Alberici needing a strong supporting cast willing to step into larger roles. The Black Knights closed out last season ranked third in the NCAA in scoring defense, yielding just 7.79 goals per game. Much of that could be attributed to All-American and 2013 Senior CLASS Award winner Brendan Buckley, the Black Knights’ top lock-down defender over the last two seasons. Along with Thul, Buckley’s graduation leaves a hole on Army’s defense, but the foundation of having similar success in 2014 is there. Junior goaltender Sam Somers will anchor the defense. The second

Alex Daly 2013 All-Patriot League First Team

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team all-conference pick finished his first season as a starter with the nation’s best goals-against average (7.18 goals per game). “Last year, we were returning one starter (Buckley),” Alberici said. “Beyond Brendan, guys like Pat Hart, John Burk, Austin Schultz, Jimbo D’Aprile, Sean Jollota hadn’t really played. We were in a situation where all these guys had to step in. Now we bring everyone back except Brendan Buckley.” Last season was proof that the face-off unit can be an “x” factor. Army sophomore Alex Daly is coming off a breakout season in which he was a difference-maker in nearly every game. In addition to tallying five points, Daly finished the year ranked 10th nationally in face-off percentage and earned first team All-Patriot League plaudits. With all of this in mind, Army landed fourth in the Patriot League Preseason Poll, as voted on by the league’s head coaches and sports information directors. This spring marks the highly anticipated first season of the expanded Patriot League, which grew by two members – Loyola and Boston University – beginning in 2013-14. The Greyhounds earned the top spot in the preseason poll, along with being ranked in both national preseason polls. On the flip side, the Terriers embark on their first season of Division I men’s lacrosse this spring. With an additional two members, the 2014 Patriot League Tournament expanded to include six teams and begins with first-round games on April 22. In addition to Loyola, the Black Knights will go up against three more teams ranked in the national preseason polls. Army itself received votes in the USILA Preseason Coaches’ Poll. “We don’t put a lot of stock in preseason rankings or polls,” Alberici said. “It’s a mechanism for gauging early leaders, but success will be measured once the season gets underway. “Once again this year, we have a very ambitious schedule but much of that can be attributed to the ever-growing competitiveness and respect for the Patriot League,” he added. “This is one of the top conferences in the country, and we’ll

Jimbo D’Aprile 2013 All-Patriot League Second Team

have to be at our best every single game in order to reach our goals.” Alberici has never been shy in sharing the team’s goals. Things this season are no different as marks on the wall include the Patriot League Championship and a chance to play for the national title Memorial Day weekend. ATTACK While Glesener will undoubtedly draw much of the opponents’ attention, the Black Knights return sophomores Will Mazzone (11G, 8A) and Connor Cook (4G, 6A) on attack. The duo proved to be formidable contributors during rookie campaigns in which they totaled 19 and 10 points, respectively. What the pair may lack in size, it makes up for with quickness and vision. Glesener’s 31 goals and 30 assists ranked him sixth nationally with a 4.36 points-per-game average. Working his way back from ACL surgery, Glesener missed fall ball and returned to the team in January. “John has extremely lofty goals for himself,” Alberici said. “I think at the top of the list right now will be returning to the level he was before the injury. That’s the most important goal right now.” Tim Coll is coming off an eight-point freshman season and will be joined by a host of others to round out the Black Knights’ attacking corps. That group includes returners Ehret Faircloth and Andrew Michalowski, along with newcomers Cole Johnson, C.J. LoConte and Henry White. MIDFIELD Army is expected to continue to run three midfield lines once again this season. Leading that pack will be junior Alex Newsome. The Black Knights’ thirdleading scorer a year ago, Newsome started all 14 games and registered 18 goals and six assists. His eight man-up goals led the team and ranked second in the Patriot League. Team tri-captain Tyler Kamide and fellow senior David Tarsa not only bring a knack for scoring to the table, both will be looked upon to

Sam Somers 2013 All-Patriot League Second Team


@ARMY_LACROSSE 2014 SEASON OUTLOOK 2014 PRESEASON POLLS & INFORMATION

PATRIOT LEAGUE EAGUE PRESEASON POL POLL 1. Loyola, 123 points (13 first-place votes) 2. Bucknell, 109 (3) 3. Lehigh, 108 (2) 4. Army, 86 5. Colgate, 73 6. Navy, 56 7. Holy Cross, 42 8. Lafayette, 35 9. Boston University, 16

PRESEASON ALL-LEAGUE TEAM John Glesener returns as the reigning Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year.

provide leadership for a youthful midfield corps. With a year of experience under their belts, sophomores A.J. Canara, Jimbo Moore, Shea Mullins and Luke Poulos will be counted for increased production in 2014. Junior Will O’Donnell and newcomers Matt Bowman and Gunnar Miller are expected to make immediate impacts as well. “We need a 19- or 20-point guy to become a 30-point guy,” Alberici said, pointing to a number of players who come back after decent campaigns last year. “We’re going to rely on our passing game more than ever before. We have to find the right combination of guys who can move the ball and finish and get us into double digits in as many games as possible.” DEFENSIVE MIDFIELD Army’s defensive midfield boasts a ton of experience and talent. Returners Al DeStefano and Mike Larrabee were both staples in the short stick defensive midfield last spring, which is not expected to change. Both played in all 14 games a year ago and collected 21 and 11 ground balls, respectively. Junior Billy Baird returns after enduring an injury-riddled sophomore season. Baird played an integral role in 15 games as a rookie in 2012. LONG STICK MIDFIELD One of the brightest spots of last spring was the emergence of Jimbo D’Aprile with the long pole. The Smithtown, N.Y., native authored a second team All-Patriot League-worthy season and returns as one of the league’s top LSMs. D’Aprile played in all 14 games last spring, totaling 21 ground balls and 12 caused turnovers. Joining D’Aprile primarily will be senior Kevin Epp and rookie Tim Stackpole. Epp has been a role player for three seasons and is poised to close out his career on a high note, while Stackpole was named Inside Lacrosse’s top post-graduate freshman after enjoying standout high school and USMA Prep School campaigns. FACE-OFF UNIT Daly will be the Black Knights’ go-to in his second season along the banks of the Hudson. The New Market, Md., native won 140-of-239 face-offs and played in all but one game in 2013. “Facing off was a bright spot for us (in 2013) with Alex being in the top ten in the nation,” Alberici said. A capable Nick Isnardi will back-up Daly in the “x.” The senior tri-captain has drawn action in 15 career games. CLOSE DEFENSE The majority of Army’s close defense returns, all of whom helped Army’s staunch defense earn national recognition last season. Senior tri-captain John Burk, along with classmate Pat Hart, junior Sean Jollota and sophomore Austin Schultz are back. Along with the short-stick defensive midfield, the Black Knights’ close D might be the most experience group on the field this spring. GOALTENDING Somers won the starting role early last season and proved to be one of the league’s top stoppers. The Wilton, Conn., native owned a .587 save percentage to go with a 7.18 goalsagainst average. Those numbers both ranked in the NCAA’s top 10 with the latter topping the nation. Somers earned second team All-Patriot League laurels following the standout campaign.

Attack David Dickson - Bucknell (Jr.) John Glesener - Army (Jr.) Justin Ward - Loyola (Sr.) Midfield Thomas Flibotte - Bucknell (So.) Terry McKenna - Holy Cross (Jr.) Jimmy Ryan - Colgate (Sr.) Face-Off Specialist Alex Daly - Army (So.) Long Stick Midfield Pat Kiernan - Navy Defense Joe Fletcher - Loyola (Sr.) Jackson Place - Bucknell (Sr.) Ty Souders - Lehigh (Sr.) Goalkeeper Matt Poillon - Lehigh Preseason Offensive Player of the Year John Glesener - Army (Jr.) Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Joe Fletcher - Loyola (Sr.)

Senior Bobby Sincero will back-up Somers in goal. Next to Somers, Sincero is the only other Army goaltender with game experience, playing 154 minutes in eight career games. Senior Zeric Butters and freshmen John Quinn and Jackson Tamasitis offer added depth to the goalie position. SCHEDULE Army opens the season on Feb. 8 against UMass. The Black Knights will play just three non-conference games before the start of Patriot League action on March 1 at Lafayette. Army is slated for six home games this season – UMass, Rutgers (March 4), Holy Cross (March 8), Lehigh (March 22), Bucknell (March 29) and rival Navy (April 12). Along with league trips to Lafayette, Boston University (April 5) and Colgate (April 18), the Black Knights cap the regular season with a trip to South Bend, Ind., to face Notre Dame on May 3. The 2014 Patriot League Tournament will begin on April 22 with first-round games at campus sites. The semifinals and championship are slated for April 25 and 27 at the site of the highest seed.

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS 2014 ARMY NUMERICAL LACROSSE ROSTER NO. 0 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 55 66 77 85 88 90 91 98 99

NAME Avery Littlejohn Tim Coll Sam Somers Alex Carros Alex Newsome Ehret Faircloth Tom Shade Conor Van Duzer Michael Larrabee Austin Schultz Brendan Madarasz Shea Mullins Billy Baird Bobby Sincero Kevin Schurr David Tarsa Pat Hart Andrew Michalowski Nick Isnardi* John Glesener Sean Jollota Luke Poulos Tyler Kamide* Tim Stackpole A.J. Canara Sam Finney Cole Johnson Will O’Donnell John Sabert Kevin Epp Chris Monteferante Will Mazzone Nate Gustafson Marc Pettrone Hunter Chadwick Ryan Morgan Nick Prestipino Matt Bowman Jimbo D’Aprile Mike Perettine Al DeStefano John Burk* Henry White Paul Tocci Gunnar Miller Jimbo Moore Zeric Butters Jake Brown C.J. LoConte Reaves Klipstein Max Krieg Ray Horgan Connor Cook John Quinn Alex Daly Jackson Tamasitis Matthew Donovan Jaelen Gadson Dan Grabher

POS. M A GK M M A LSM M M D LSM M M GK D M D A M A D M M LSM M D A M D LSM M A M D D M D M LSM M M D A D M M GK LSM A D M D A GK M GK M LSM M

YR. FR SO JR SR JR JR JR SO JR SO SO SO JR SR SO SR SR JR SR JR JR SO SR FR SO SO FR JR SO SR SO SO SR FR FR FR FR FR JR SO JR SR FR SO FR SO SR FR FR FR FR FR SO FR SO FR FR FR FR

HT. 5-10 6-1 6-2 5-5 5-8 6-0 5-10 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-5 5-9 5-10 6-1 6-2 5-8 6-4 5-11 5-10 6-3 6-2 5-6 5-9 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-1 5-11 5-10 5-7 5-6 6-4 5-10 5-11 6-4 6-0 5-10 5-11 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-10 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-0 5-10 5-5 6-1 5-11 5-8 6-0 6-1 5-11

WT. 190 163 190 138 168 171 184 183 198 204 147 166 179 175 200 182 209 180 185 197 198 152 191 180 185 216 174 205 210 172 182 150 204 190 177 205 193 180 206 185 185 197 190 188 175 190 200 163 195 203 195 195 155 205 166 170 185 175 180

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL - PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Severna Park, Md. (Severna Park - USMAPS) Clifton Park, N.Y. (Shenendehowa - USMAPS) Wilton, Conn. (Wilton) Davidsonville, Md. (South River - USMAPS) Richmond, Va. (Collegiate School - USMAPS) Denver, Colo. (Lawrenceville School) Spring City, Pa. (The Hill School) Dover, Mass. (The Rivers School) Montclair, Va. (Bishop Iretan - USMAPS) Lancaster, Pa. (Manheim Township) Smithtown, N.Y. (Smithtown West - USMAPS) Islip, N.Y. (Islip - USMAPS) Towson, Md. (Loyola - USMAPS) Verplanck, N.Y. (Hendrick Hudson) Somers, N.Y. (Somers) Harker Heights, Texas (Harker Heights) West Tisbury, Mass. (Martha’s Vineyard Regional) Hockessin, Del. (Charter School of Wilmington - USMAPS) Massapequa, N.Y. (Massapequa - USMAPS) Camillus, N.Y. (West Genesee - USMAPS) West Point, N.Y. (James I. O’Neill - USMAPS) Rockville, Md. (Our Lady of Good Counsel) Liverpool, N.Y. (Liverpool - USMAPS) Massapequa Park, N.Y. (St. Anthony’s - USMAPS) Milton, Ga. (Milton - USMAPS) Houston, Texas (Strake Jesuit College Prep) Bellevue, Wash. (Bellevue) Goldens Bridge, N.Y. (John Jay - USMAPS) Syracuse, N.Y. (West Genesee - USMAPS) Naperville, Ill. (Neuqua Valley) Putnam Valley, N.Y. (Lakeland) Stony Brook, N.Y. (Ward Melville - USMAPS) Cincinnati, Ohio (Summit Country Day) Victor, N.Y. (Aquinas Institute - USMAPS) Winter Park, Fla. (Winter Park) Lancaster, Pa. (Manheim Township) Berwyn, Pa. (Conestoga) Alexandria, Va. (Gonzaga - USMAPS) Smithtown, N.Y. (St. Anthony’s - USMAPS) Farmingdale, N.Y. (Farmingdale - USMAPS) Stony Brook, N.Y. (Ward Melville - USMAPS) Smithtown, N.Y. (St. Anthony’s - USMAPS) Richmond, Va. (St. Christopher’s - USMAPS) Sudbury, Mass. (Lincoln Sudbury Regional) Irondequoit, N.Y. (Irondequoit - USMAPS) Lynchburg, Va. (E.C. Glass) Tempe, Ariz. (Corona Del Sol - Salisbury) Long Beach, N.Y. (Long Beach) Duxbury, Mass. (Duxbury) Califon, N.J. (Rutgers Preparatory - Portsmouth Abbey) Woodside, Calif. (St. Paul’s School) Marblehead, Mass. (Deerfield Academy) California, Md. (St. Mary’s Ryken - USMAPS) Holbrook, N.Y. (Sachem North) New Market, Md. (Linganore - USMAPS) Bensalem, Pa. (William Penn Charter - USMAPS) Cazenovia, N.Y. (Cazenovia Central - USMAPS) Alexandria, Va. (Mount Vernon - USMAPS) Glen Head, N.Y. (North Shore)

* - Denotes team tri-captain Head Coach: Joe Alberici (Alfred, 1991), Ninth season Assistant Coach: Mac Diange (Cortland State, 1976), 25th season Assistant Coach: Kyle Georgalas (Cornell, 2005), Third season Vol. Assistant Coach: Ted Georgalas (Springfield, 1973), Fifth Season Student Coach: Cadet Alex Brammer (West Point, 2014) Head Officer Representative: Col. Rick McPeak (West Point, 1979) Athletic Interns: 2nd Lt. Garrett Thul (West Point, 2013), 2nd Lt. Pat Brennan (West Point, 2013) Athletic Trainer: Dana Putnam Equipment Manager: Marcus Jennings Athletic Communications: Tracy Nelson Team Managers: Harry Majors, Jeffery Steiner, Josh Chand, Ryan Johnson, Matt Morris, Aurthur Peters

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No. 14 39 50 44 49 46 3 36 1 77 40 88 42 91 31 5 27 98 21 99 34 18 66 20 28 22 24 52 55 10 0 51 12 33 19 47 32 48 37 13 4 29 41 35 23 38 85 30 11 16 7 15 2 25 90 17 46 8 45

Name Pos. Billy Baird M Matt Bowman M Jake Brown LSM John Burk D Zeric Butters GK A.J. Canara M Alex Carros M Hunter Chadwick D Tim Coll A Connor Cook A Jimbo D’Aprile LSM Alex Daly M Al DeStefano M Matthew Donovan M Kevin Epp LSM Ehret Faircloth A Sam Finney D Jaelen Gadson LSM John Glesener A Dan Grabher M Nate Gustafson M Pat Hart D Ray Horgan D Nick Isnardi M Cole Johnson A Sean Jollota D Tyler Kamide M Reaves Klipstein D Max Krieg M Michael Larrabee M Avery Littlejohn M C.J. LoConte A Brendan Madarasz LSM Will Mazzone A Andrew Michalowski A Gunnar Miller M Chris Monteferante M Jimbo Moore M Ryan Morgan M Shea Mullins M Alex Newsome M Will O’Donnell M Mike Perettine M Marc Pettrone D Luke Poulos M Nick Prestipino D John Quinn GK John Sabert D Austin Schultz D Kevin Schurr D Tom Shade LSM Bobby Sincero GK Sam Somers GK Tim Stackpole LSM Jackson Tamasitis GK David Tarsa M Paul Tocci D Conor Van Duzer M Henry White A


@ARMY_LACROSSE ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY STATE ARIZONA (1) Zeric Butters ...........................Tempe CALIFORNIA (1) Max Krieg ...........................Woodside COLORADO (1) Ehret Faircloth ....................... Denver CONNECTICUT (1) Sam Somers ............................Wilton DELAWARE (1) Andrew Michalowski ........Hockessin FLORIDA (1) Hunter Chadwick ........... Winter Park

Senior Pat Hart is one of two returning starters on Army’s close defense.

ILLINOIS (1) Kevin Epp .......................... Naperville

BY POSITION ATTACK (9) Tim Coll Connor Cook Ehret Faircloth John Glesener Cole Johnson C.J. LoConte Will Mazzone Andrew Michalowski Henry White MIDFIELD (23) Billy Baird Matt Bowman A.J. Canara Alex Carros Alex Daly Al DeStefano Matthew Donovan Dan Grabher Nate Gustafson Nick Isnardi Tyler Kamide

GEORGIA (1) A.J. Canara ...............................Milton

Max Krieg Michael Larrabee Avery Littlejohn Chris Monteferante Jimbo Moore Shea Mullins Alex Newsome Will O’Donnell Mike Perettine Luke Poulos David Tarsa Conor Van Duzer LONG STICK MIDFIELD (6) Jake Brown Jimbo D’Aprile Kevin Epp Jaelen Gadson Brendan Madarasz Tim Stackpole

DEFENSE (14) John Burk Hunter Chadwick Sam Finney Pat Hart Ray Horan Sean Jollota Reaves Klipstein Marc Pettrone Nick Prestipino John Sabert Austin Schultz Kevin Schurr Tom Shade Paul Tocci GOALKEEPERS (5) Zeric Butters John Quinn Bobby Sincero Sam Somers Jackson Tamasitis

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE COACHES Joe Alberici............. al-buh-REE-see Anthony Diange .............. DEE-ange Kyle Georgalas......... GEORGE-Alice Ted Georgalas.......... GEORGE-Alice PLAYERS Matt Bowman ................BEAU-man Zeric Butters ...................... ZAIR-ick A.J. Canara ..................kuh-NAIR-uh Alex Carros ..................... CARE-oh-s Tim Coll ...................................COLE Jimbo D’April.................... DEE-april Al DeStefano ..........DEE-stef-ON-oh Matt Donovan ............DONE-ah-VIN Ehret Faircloth ........................AIR-it Jaelen Gadson ....JAY-lynn GAD-sun John Glesener................GLESS-ner Dan Grabher .................... GRAY-ber Nate Gustafson .......... GUST-af-son Nick Isnardi ...................is-NARD-ee Sean Jolotta ................... jah-LOT-ah

Tyler Kamide .....................kum-YDE Reaves Klipstein .............CLIP-stine Max Krieg .............................CREEG C.J. LoConte ............... LOW-cont-ee Brendan Madarasz....muh-DARE-is Will Mazzone .................... MA-zone Andrew Michalowski ... MICK-al-OW-ski Chris Monteferante ...monta-fur-ONTAY Shea Mullins ...........................SHAY Mike Perettine .....pear-ah-TEEN-ee Marc Pettrone ...................PET-rohn Mike Prestipino ..... PREST-ip-EE-no Luke Poulos ........................POOL-is John Sabert .......................SAY-bert Kevin Schurr ..........................SHUR Bobby Sincero............sin-CHAIR-oh Sam Somers ................. SUMMERS Jackson Tamasitis ..TOM-ah-SITE-is David Tarsa .......................... TAR-sa Paul Tocci .......................... TOSS-ee Conor Van Duzer .............. DOOZER

MARYLAND (6) Billy Baird ...............................Towson Alex Carros ...................Davidsonville Connor Cook ...................... California Alex Daly ........................New Market Avery Littlejohn ............Saverna Park Luke Poulos ........................ Rockville MASSACHUSETTS (5) Pat Hart.........................West Tisbury Ray Horgan ....................Marblehead C.J. LoConte ......................... Duxbury Paul Tocci ............................. Sudbury Conor Van Duzer ..................... Dover NEW JERSEY (1) Ryan Klipstein ....................... Califon NEW YORK (23) Jake Brown .................... Long Beach John Burk ......................... Smithtown

Tim Coll ...........................Clifton Park Jimbo D’Aprile.................. Smithtown Al DeStefano .................. Stony Brook Matt Donovan ...................Cazenovia John Glesener......................Camillus Dan Grabher .................... Glen Head Nick Isnardi .................. Massapequa Sean Jollota ..................... West Point Tyler Kamide .......................Liverpool Will Mazzone ................. Stony Brook Brendan Madarasz.......... Smithtown Gunnar Miller..................Irondequoit Chris Monteferante ... Putnam Valley Shea Mullins ............................... Islip Will O’Donnell .......... Goldens Bridge Mike Perettine .............. Farmingdale Marc Pettrone ...........................Victor John Quinn ..........................Holbrook John Sabert ........................Syracuse Kevin Schurr ......................... Somers Bobby Sincero................... Verplanck OHIO (1) Nate Gustafson ................ Cincinnati PENNSYLVANIA (4) Ryan Morgan .................... Lancaster Nick Prestipino ......................Berwyn Tom Shade ....................... Spring City Jackson Tamasitis ............ Bensalem TEXAS (2) Sam Finney .......................... Houston David Tarsa ............... Harker Heights VIRGINIA (5) Jaelen Gadson ................. Alexandria Michael Larrabee .............. Montclair Jimbo Moore .....................Lynchburg Alex Newsome .................. Richmond Henry White ...................... Richmond WASHINGTON (1) Cole Johnson .......................Bellevue

BY CLASS FRESHMEN (20) Matt Bowman Jake Brown Hunter Chadwick Matthew Donovan Jaelen Gadson Dan Grabher Ray Horgan Cole Johnson Reaves Klipstein Max Krieg Avery Littlejohn C.J. LoConte Gunnar Miller Ryan Morgan Marc Pettrone Nick Prestipino John Quinn Tim Stackpole Jackson Tamasitis Henry White

SOPHOMORES (17) A.J. Canara Tim Coll Connor Cook Alex Daly Sam Finney Brendan Madarasz Will Mazzone Chris Monteferante Jimbo Moore Shea Mullins Mike Perettine Luke Poulos John Sabert Austin Schultz Kevin Schurr Paul Tocci Conor Van Duzer JUNIORS (12) Billy Baird Jimbo D’Aprile Al DeStefano

Ehret Faircloth John Glesener Sean Jollota Michael Larrabee Andrew Michalowski Alex Newsome Will O’Donnell Tom Shade Sam Somers SENIORS (10) John Burk Zeric Butters Alex Carros Kevin Epp Nate Gustafson Pat Hart Nick Isnardi Tyler Kamide Bobby Sincero David Tarsa

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS MEET THE CAPTAINS JOHN BURK | TRI-CAPTAIN SENIOR DEFENSE 5-11 • 197 SMITHTOWN, N.Y. ST. ANTHONY’S | USMAPS

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NOTABLE: Elected to serve as a team tri-captain as a senior. 2013: Started all 14 games on Army’s close defense ... one of six players to start every game in 2013 ... played alongside All-American and Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year Brendan Buckley ‘13 ... played an integral role in the Black Knights finishing the year ranked third in the NCAA in scoring defense, yielding just 7.79 goals per game ... helped the Black Knights hold 11 opponents to single-digit goals ... finished the year with 21 ground balls and nine caused turnovers ... collected the team’s Steve S. Valhakis Award as the unsung hero ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. 2012: Drew action in three games on defense ... did not figure statistically ... played opposite Wagner (Feb. 15) and Holy Cross (Apr. 21) at Michie Stadium, along with appearing a road loss at Cornell (Mar. 3). 2011: Made collegiate debut in Army’s 14-1 win over Wagner (Mar. 13) at Michie Stadium ... did not figure statistically ... played in one game during his rookie campaign. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: All-league defenseman at St. Anthony’s High School for coach Keith Wieczorek ... earned team MVP honors ... was an all-league linebacker on the school’s football team as well ... captained the grid team as a senior in 2009 ... four-year recipient of the Dun Scotus Academic Award at St. Anthony’s ... played on the prep lacrosse team at USMAPS for coach Tom Hansen ... served as team captain of the squad in 2010. PERSONAL: John Christopher Burk was born in Smithtown, N.Y., on Nov. 9, 1990 ... parents are Thomas and Mary Burk ... has seven siblings, Tara, Mary,

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Tommy, Adrienne, Billy, Jackie and Dominic ... brother, Tommy, played lacrosse at Towson ... hobbies include skiing and listening to music ... lists winning the 2009 CHSAA lacrosse championship as his favorite lacrosse memory ... major is Engineering Management. BURK’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2011 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 1/0 3/0 14/14 18/14

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Shots 0 0 1 1

GB 0 0 21 21


@ARMY_LACROSSE MEET THE CAPTAINS NICK ISNARDI| TRI-CAPTAIN SENIOR MIDFIELD/FACE-OFF 5-10 • 185 MASSAPEQUA, N.Y. MASSAPEQUA

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NOTABLE: Selected as one of three tri-captains for his final season along the banks of the Hudson. 2013: Drew field time in five games as a junior ... went 1-of-5 in the face-off “x” ... lone win came in Army’s 14-8 victory over VMI (Feb. 16) at Michie Stadium ... also played opposite UMass (Feb. 10), Rutgers (Mar. 9), rival Navy (Apr. 13) and Holy Cross (Apr. 20) ... did not figure statistically in those contests. 2012: Played in three games as sophomore ... took four face-offs on the season ... recorded only face-off win in a 24-7 pounding of Wagner (Feb. 15) at Michie Stadium ... also netted his first collegiate goal in that contest ... fourth-quarter score recorded as unassisted ... scored one goal on only shot taken on the season ... also played opposite Cornell (Mar. 3) and Holy Cross (Apr. 21). 2011: Played in seven games as a back-up to two-year starter Derek Sipperly in the face-off “x”... made collegiate debut in the Black Knights’ season opener at then-No. 16 Massachusetts (Feb. 12) ... won 7-of-23 face-offs on the season ... four of his wins came in Army’s season finale against then-No. 3 Johns Hopkins (May 6) at Michie Stadium ... also grabbed three of his four ground balls on the year against the visiting Blue Jays. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Three-year varsity letterwinner at Massapequa High School for coach Tim Radomski ... also earned three varsity letters in wrestling and two more in football ... won the 171-pound league wrestling championship ... named to the 2008 New York State All-Academic wrestling team ... was a four-year scholar-athlete ... played two years of high school lacrosse and football with former Army All-American Brendan Buckley’ 13 ... played on the prep team at USMAPS for coach Tom Hansen.

PERSONAL: Nicholas John Isnardi was born in Massapequa, N.Y., on July 24, 1991 ... parents are Gene and Debbie Isnardi ... has one brother, Matt, and one sister, Allison ... hobbies include surfing and wake-boarding ... enjoys spending time on the beach in his spare time ... major is Systems Engineering.

ISNARDI’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2011 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 7/0 3/0 5/0 15/0

G 0 1 0 1

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 1 0 1

Shots 0 1 0 1

GB 4 1 0 5

FOW 7 1 1 9

FOA 23 4 5 32

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS TYLER KAMIDE | TRI-CAPTAIN SENIOR MIDFIELD 5-9 • 191 LIVERPOOL, N.Y. LIVERPOOL (USMAPS)

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NOTABLE: Elected to serve as one of the team’s three captains as a senior. 2013: Played in all 14 games and started seven contests as a junior midfielder ... finished the year as the team’s ninth-leading scorer with six points on three goals and as many assists ... scored single points in six different games ... netted his first goal of the season in a 14-8 win over Manhattan (Feb. 13) at home ... playing in front of a hometown crowd, accounted for one of Army’s two goals in a 6-2 setback against No. 18 Syracuse (Feb. 24) at the Carrier Dome ... registered his third goal in a Patriot League win at Holy Cross (Apr. 20) ... tallied assists against Rutgers (Mar. 9), Lehigh (Mar. 16) and Bucknell (Apr. 6) ... added six ground balls and four caused turnovers on the year. 2012: Started the first eight games of the season and played in all 15 in Army’s midfield ... scored three goals and tallied four assists on the year ... opened the season with a career-high two assists against UMass (Feb. 10) at Michie Stadium ... matched that point total with a goal and an assist in front of a hometown crowd at nationally Syracuse (Feb. 26) ... tallied single goals in home games against Colgate (Mar. 31) and Holy Cross (Apr. 21). 2011: Led all rookies on the team with three goals on seven shots ... played in nine games on the season for Army’s midfield... registered all three goals in the Black Knights’ first four games of the season ... first collegiate tally came at VMI (Feb. 19) ... added single goals against nationally ranked Syracuse (Feb. 27) and Cornell (Mar. 5) ... responsible for Army’s second goal in the Black Knights’ first win over Cornell since 2005 ... picked up the Gen. L. E. Seeman Memorial Award, awarded to the most outstanding freshman, at the team’s postseason banquet. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Two-time all-section midfielder at Liverpool High School for coach Jay Graham ... earned Empire State Games silver medals in 2007 and 2008 ... named to the Section III first team in 2008 and 2009 ... picked up all-Central New York second-team honors as a senior in 2009 after earning honorable mention plaudits as a junior in 2008 ... two-time team captain of the lacrosse team, handling the duties as a junior and senior ... also earned first-team all-league honors in football ... set the school record with five passing

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touchdowns in the team’s 2008 Section III semifinal victory over FayettevilleManlius ... played high school lacrosse against former Army All-American Jeremy Boltus ... played and captained the prep team at USMAPS for coach Tom Hansen. PERSONAL: Tyler James Kamide was born in Syracuse, N.Y., on July 29, 1991 ... parents are Charles and Diane Kamide ... has one brother, Nathan, who is autistic and has been on the Army sidelines for every single game assisting the team in a manager-type role ... cousin, Gabrielle Kamide, is a member of the women’s lacrosse team at LeMoyne College ... member of the National Junior Honor Society ... earned the Presidential Award for Academic Achievement in 2007 ... lists scoring the game-winning goal to beat Oswego in overtime as his favorite lacrosse moment ... victory put Liverpool into the Section III tournament ... uncles, Joseph and Christopher, great aunt Madeline, and paternal grandfather, Faye Kamide, all retired after serving in the U.S. Army ... maternal grandfather, George Sylves, served in the Air Force during the Korean War as a jet fighter ... is majoring in Systems Management. KAMIDE’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2011 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 9/0 15/8 14/7 38/15

G 3 3 3 9

A 0 4 3 7

Pts 3 7 6 16

Shots 7 22 13 42

GB 0 6 6 12


@ARMY_LACROSSE MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS BILLY BAIRD

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JUNIOR MIDFIELD 5-10 •179 TOWSON, MD. LOYOLA (USMAPS)

2013: Limited to playing in one game last season due to injury ... caused two turnovers in lone appearance in the season-opener at UMass (Feb. 10). 2012: Played an integral role in Army’s defensive midfield in all 15 games ... ran alongside then-senior short sticks Brian LoRusso and Matt Hurley ... newcomer burst onto the scene in his first collegiate game against Massachusetts (Feb. 10) and never looked back ... one of two rookies to earn significant playing time in their first season, joining starting midfielder John Glesener ... finished the season with two assists - one each opposite nationally ranked Syracuse (Feb. 26) at the Carrier Dome and Colgate (Mar. 31) at home ... totaled 19 ground balls on the season, including a career-high four in Army’s Patriot League Tournament loss to eventual champion Lehigh (Apr. 27) ... took 11 face-offs behind starting senior Derek Sipperly ... went 3-of-7 in the “x” at Syracuse. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Prepped a year at the USMA Prep School in 201011 under head coach Tom Hansen ... played high school lacrosse at LoyolaBlakefield for coach Jack Crawford ... team made MIAA semifinals during his junior season. PERSONAL: William James Baird was born in Towson, Md., on Nov. 22, 1991 ... parents are Bill and Mary Baird ... two siblings - Tommy and Emma ... family spent the majority of childhood in California ... NorCal All-Star teammate of classmate John Glesener for three years ... major is Management.

MATT BOWMAN FRESHMAN MIDFIELD 5-10 •180 ALEXANDRIA, VA. GONZAGA (USMAPS)

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PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent the 2012-13 season at the USMA Prep School ... played high school lacrosse for Gonzaga High School just outside of Washington, D.C., under head coach Casey O’Neill ... also played for head coach Joseph Trigiani and Blackwolf Lacrosse on the club circuit ... named to the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference second team as a senior ... served as team captain and collected the team’s coaches award that same season ... scored the go-ahead goal as Gonzaga captured the 2011 WCAC title ... also lettered as a kicker on the football team ... longest field goal made was 46 yards. PERSONAL: Matthew Gregory Bowman was born on March 18, 1994, in Alexandria, Va. ... son of Mark and Micki Bowman ... father is a Lieutenant General in the U.S. Army ... has one older sister, Maria, who plays lacrosse at Villanova ... did not begin playing competitive lacrosse until eighth grade ... enjoys fishing, sports and being outside ... shot his first deer at age 12 ... has wanted to be in the military for as long as he can remember ... major is undeclared.

JAKE BROWN FRESHMAN LONG STICK MIDFIELD 6-0 •163 LONG BEACH, N.Y. LONG BEACH

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PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Coming off a successful high school career under Jim Kasper at Long Beach High School ... collected a host of awards in 2013 to include All-Long Island Team and All-Nassau County ... played in the Long Island Nassau vs. Suffolk Showcase Game from 2010-12 ... earned the game’s Most Valuable Player honors in 2012 ... also lettered on the ice, helping Long Beach to a pair of New York State hockey championships in 2011 and 2012. PERSONAL: Jake Louis Brown was born on June 30, 1995, in his hometown ... son of Gary and Michelle Brown ... has two younger siblings, Max and Sam ... mother is a breast cancer survivor ... hobbies outside of lacrosse include hockey and football ... huge New York sports fan, especially the Rangers and Giants ... major is undeclared.

BAIRD’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 15/0 1/0 16/0

G 0 0 0

A 2 0 2

Pts 2 0 2

Shots 1 0 1

GB 19 0 19

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS ALEX CARROS

ZERIC BUTTERS

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SENIOR MIDFIELD 5-5 • 138 DAVIDSONVILLE, MD. SOUTH RIVER (USMAPS)

SENIOR GOALKEEPER 6-2 • 200 TEMPE, ARIZ. CORONA DEL SOL (SALISBURY) 2013: Did not appear in a game.

2012: Member of Army’s junior varsity team. 2011: Played on Army’s junior varsity squad. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Attended Salisbury Prep School for the 2010 season ... four-year high school career at Corona Del Sol in Tempe, Ariz. ... picked up first team all-state honors as a senior in 2009 ... named second team all-state in each of the previous three seasons ... honored behind All-American goalie Pierce Bassett of Johns Hopkins ... served as team captain ... garnered Corona Del Sol’s defensive Most Valuable Player award all four seasons ... two-way standout as an all-region defensive end on the gridiron. PERSONAL: Zeric Bocage Butters was born in Tempe, Ariz., on Dec. 7, 1990 ... son of Troy and Perrine Butters ... has one older brother named Emmanuel ... goes by the nickname “Z” ... enjoys playing golf and basketball, along with playing FIFA soccer on the Playstation ... named to the Face-Off Yearbook AllName Second Team in December ... major is Engineering Management.

A.J. CANARA

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SOPHOMORE MIDFIELD 6-1 • 185 MILTON, GA. MILTON (USMAPS)

2013: Appeared in the first six games in Army’s defensive midfield as a rookie ... injury-shortened season ... collected 11 ground balls and caused three turnovers ... scored his first collegiate point on an assist in a 15-6 win over Lafayette (Mar. 23) at Michie Stadium ... scooped a career-best five ground balls in the Black Knight’s home victory over Manhattan (Feb. 13) ... followed with three ground balls the following Saturday opposite VMI (Feb. 16). PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent the 2011-12 season under head coach Tom Hansen at the USMA Prep School ... lettered four years as a midfielder at Milton High School under head coach Tom Dell ... earned All-America honors in 2011 ... two-time all-state performer (first team 2011; second team 2010) ... helped lead Milton to a Georgia state title during his junior campaign. PERSONAL: Austin James Canara was born on Feb. 8, 1993, in Westwood, N.J. ... son of Mike and Liz Canara ... couple’s only son of four children - Stephanie, Ashley and Chelsea ... grew up outside of Atlanta, Ga. ... enjoys watching college football and fishing ... major is Systems Management. CANARA’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 6/0 6/0

G 0 0

A 1 1

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Pts 1 1

Shots 2 2

GB 11 11

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2013: Adjusted quickly to his role in the midfield after playing attack for two seasons ... saw significant time in all 14 games ... finished the season with one goal and one assist ... scored his lone goal in the Black Knights’ fifth-straight win over rival Navy (Apr. 13) in Annapolis, Md. ... added an assist two games later versus Bucknell (Apr. 26) in a Patriot League Tournament semifinal game at Lehigh’s Ullrich Sports Complex ... totaled four ground balls on the season. 2012: Finished the season strong, scoring his second career goal in Army’s semifinal loss to eventual champion Lehigh (Apr. 27) ... goal got Army on the board against the Mountain Hawks ... netted his first collegiate goal in Army’s 24-7 rout of visiting Wagner (Feb. 15) at Michie Stadium ... drew more playing time as the season wore on and contributed as a fourth attack option for head coach Joe Alberici, namely in the final three games of the season ... picked up two ground balls and one cause turnover in six games played. 2011: Played in four games during his rookie campaign ... made collegiate debut in Army’s thrilling 11-9 win over then-No. 6 Cornell (Mar. 5) at Michie Stadium ... tallied first career assist in the Black Knights’ next contest at Bryant (Mar. 11), feeding Garrett Thul for a goal in the second quarter that put Army up 3-1 ... the Black Knights went on to beat the Bulldogs 12-7 ... also made appearances against Wagner (Mar. 13) and Lehigh (Mar. 22). PRIOR TO WEST POINT: All-county attackman at South River High School for coach Paul Noone ... helped lead team to the 2009 Class 4-A championship and the Anne Arundel County title as a senior ... scored 30 goals and added 18 assists during that season ... earned all-county honors and all-metropolitan accolades as a senior ... captained squad during his senior campaign ... selected to the all-county team as a junior ... played on the prep team at USMAPS for coach Tom Hansen. PERSONAL: Alexander John Carros was born in Washington, D.C., on April 15, 1991 ... parents are John and Laura Carros ... has two brothers, Bryan and Chris ... enjoys watching Baltimore Ravens football and playing basketball in his spare time ... named to his high school’s Academic Honor Roll ... lists winning the 2009 state championship as his favorite lacrosse moment ... grew up five minutes away from the U.S. Naval Academy ... major is American Legal Studies. CARROS’ CAREER NUMBERS Year 2011 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 4/0 6/0 14/0 24/0

G 0 2 1 3

A 1 2 1 4

Pts 1 4 2 7

Shots 0 6 8 14

GB 0 2 4 6


@ARMY_LACROSSE MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS CONNOR COOK

HUNTER CHADWICK

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FRESHMAN DEFENSE 5-11 • 177 WINTER PARK, FLA. WINTER PARK

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Three-time all-district performer while playing for head coach Ryan Healey at Winter Park High School ... named an Under Armour Underclassman All-American ... finished his senior year with the team’s Defensive Most Valuable Player award, along with All-Central Florida accolades. PERSONAL: Hunter Nelson Chadwick was born on Sept. 21, 1994, in Winter Park, Fla. ... son of Kirstie and Mike Chadwick ... has one sister, Nicole ... uncles Lieutenant Shawn McCool and Commander Willie McCool both served in the armed forces ... uncle Willie, a naval commander and astronaut, inspired Hunter’s desire to serve his country ... enjoys hanging out with friends and going to the beach in free time ... major is undeclared.

TIM COLL SOPHOMORE ATTACK 6-1 • 163 CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. SHENENDEHOWA (USMAPS)

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2013: Enjoyed a productive rookie campaign during which he appeared in all 14 games ... registered the third-most points of any other freshman on Army’s roster ... finished the year as the team’s eighth overall leading scorer ... totaled eight points on four goals and four assists, while adding six ground balls ... score single goals against Lafayette (Mar. 23) and rival Navy (Apr. 13) before tallying a career-high two goals in a 14-5 road victory at Holy Cross (Apr. 20) ... including his effort against the Crusaders, tied a career-high two points on three different occasions ... scored a goal and assist opposite Lafayette and Colgate (Mar. 31) ... all three marked Army victories.

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SOPHOMORE ATTACK 5-5 • 155 CALIFORNIA, MD. ST. MARY’S RYKEN (USMAPS)

2013: Army’s seventh-leading scorer and secondleading point-producer among Army freshmen ... totaled 10 points on four goals and six assists ... started the first seven games of the season and played in a reserve role over the final seven contests ... recorded his first collegiate goal in the Black Knights’ seasonopener at UMass (Feb. 10) ... followed with a career-best two goals three days later in a 14-8 win over Manhattan (Feb. 13) at Michie Stadium ... added an assist for a career-high three points against the Jaspers ... fourth goal of the season came later in a 14-5 road win at Holy Cross (Apr. 20) ... registered assists opposite Manhattan, VMI (Feb. 16), Michigan (Mar. 2), Rutgers (Mar. 9) and Lafayette (Mar. 23) ... chipped in with 15 ground balls and three caused turnovers. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played the 2011-12 season under head coach Tom Hansen at the USMA Prep School ... high school teammate of current Army senior Pat Brennan for two seasons ... four-year letterwinner at St. Mary’s Ryken in the hotbed of Maryland ... 2010 Under Armour Underclassman AllAmerican, along with US Lacrosse and ESPN Rise All-America plaudits ... former WCAC Player of the Year ... first team all-county and all-met ... ranked as the No. 38 attackman in the country by Inside Lacrosse ... led St. Mary’s in scoring ... Kelly Award Finalist, which is awarded annually to the top player in Maryland ... standout in the classroom as well, earning a spot on the President’s List all four years ... National Honor Society inductee in 2011 ... president of the Latin Club ... named to Future Business Leaders of America list in 2011. PERSONAL: Connor Nicholas Cook was born on Sept. 23, 1993, in Leonardtown, Md. ... son of David and Diane Cook ... youngest of two children ... older sister, Brittany ... cousins Taylor Cook (St. Mary’s College) and Mason Cook (Florida Tech) both play lacrosse ... has a poem published in the Maryland State Anthology ... enjoys long boarding, golfing and investing ... major is Systems Management. COOK’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 14/7 14/7

G 4 4

A 6 6

Pts 10 10

Shots 19 19

GB 15 15

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played last season at the USMA Prep School ... lettered the four previous seasons at Shenendehowa under head coach Chuck Holohan ... high school All-American ... two-time first team Suburban Council All-Star ... Suburban Council total points leader as a junior ... 2010 Under Armor All-America underclass games upstate team member ... also played in the Empire State Games for Adirondack ... served as Shenendehowa’s team captain and garnered the team’s Most Valuable Player award as a senior ... team won back-to-back section titles in 2010 and 2011. PERSONAL: Timothy Edward Coll was born on Aug. 20, 1993, in Nyack, N.Y. ... son of Tim and Laura Coll ... has a younger brother, Patrick ... father lettered three years as a defender on St. John’s lacrosse team ...had a lacrosse stick in his hands since the age of two ... enjoys golfing ... major is undeclared. COLL’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 14/0 14/0

G 4 4

A 4 4

Pts 8 8

Shots 12 12

GB 6 6

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS ALEX DALY

JIMBO D’APRILE JUNIOR LONG STICK MIDFIELD 5-11 • 206 SMITHTOWN, N.Y. ST. ANTHONY’S (USMAPS)

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2013: Breakout sophomore season saw him earn second team All-Patriot League honors as a long stick midfielder ... appeared in all 14 games ... totaled 21 ground balls and tied for second on the team with 12 caused turnovers on the year ... grabbed a career-high four ground balls and three caused turnovers in a 15-6 win over Lafayette (Mar. 23) at Michie Stadium ... tallied his first collegiate point the following game, handing out an assist in the Black Knights’ 10-4 triumph at Colgate (Mar. 31) ... added a second assist in Army’s 14-5 victory at Holy Cross (Apr. 20) ... shared the team’s Gen. George Ruhlen Award as the most improved player with Alex Newsome. 2012: Drew his first collegiate action in a convincing 15-6 win over Holy Cross in the final regular-season Patriot League game for both teams ... did not figure statistically ... played one game on Army’s defense during rookie campaign. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent the 2010-11 season at the USMA Prep School ... All-Catholic High School Athletic Association performer at St. Anthony’s under head coach Keith Neicorek ... the Friars won the state title in 2009 and 2010 ... named Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior at St. Anthony’s ... three-year National Honor Society member ... also played football ... broke collar bone during a game and finished the Friars’ victory despite the injury. PERSONAL: James William D’Aprile was born in Smithtown, N.Y., on May 14, 1992 ... parents are James and Kelly D’Aprile ... one of four brothers to include Frank, Anthony and Vinny ... has gone by the nickname “Jimbo” since birth ... favorite musician is the Notorious B.I.G. ... enjoys going the beach during free time ... brother, Frank, played football and was a Dean’s List member at SUNY Maritime ... major is Law and Legal Studies.

SOPHOMORE MIDFIELD/FACE-OFF 5-11 • 166 NEW MARKET, MD. LINGANORE (USMAPS)

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2013: Charged onto the faceoff scene as a freshman ... first team All-Patriot League selection ... finished the season ranked 10th in the nation with a .586 face-off win percentage, which also lands eighth in the program’s single-season record book and was second in the Patriot League ... went 140-of-239 in the “x,” which ranks eighth on Army’s single-season ledger ... led the team and ranked second in the conference with 75 ground balls, which was 43 more than any other Army player ... grabbed a career-high 12 ground balls in a Patriot League Tournament semifinal game against Bucknell (Apr. 26) ... won a season-best 20-of-24 face-offs opposite the Bison, which tied for third on Army’s single-game face-off wins list ... turned in a dominating 19-of-22 (.864) performance to propel Army to its fifth-straight win over rival Navy (Apr. 13) ... picked up Inside Lacrosse National Freshman of the Week honors following the performance at Navy ... proved to be a threat in transition as well, finishing the year with two goals and three assists ... first collegiate point came by way of an assist in the season-opener at UMass (Feb. 10) ... went on to record a career-high two helpers in the win over Navy ... scored single goals in a win over Lafayette (Mar. 23) and a 9-8 setback against Bucknell (Apr. 6) ... assisted John Glesener on goals at UMass (Feb. 10) and Navy (Apr. 13) six seconds into each game, tying for the program’s fastest goal off an opening face-off in history ... collected the team’s Gen. L. E. Seeman Award as the most outstanding freshman. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played the 2011-12 season at the USMA Prep School for head coach Tom Hansen ... lettered four years for head coach Stan Aldridge at Linganore High School ... ESPN All-America honorable mention ... second team all-state performer ... Frederick County Player of the Year ... two-time first team All-County honoree ... helped lead Linganore to the 2011 MPSSAA 4A-3A Maryland state title ... also honed lacrosse skills with the Maryland Roughriders under head coach Lee Corrigan ... four-year member of the honor roll. PERSONAL: Alexander James Daly was born on Nov. 4, 1993, in Baltimore, Md. ... son of Kenneth and Rebecca Daly ... sister, Sarah, plays midfield/attack for Pfieffer University’s women’s lacrosse team ... has a younger sister, Emily ... enjoys fishing, hunting and NASCAR ... chose to wear No. 88 in honor of his favorite athlete, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. ... former nationally ranked martial artist ... almost pursued a career in aggressive inline skating over lacrosse ... major is Systems Management. DALY’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

D’APRILE’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 1/0 14/0 15/0

G 0 0 0

A 0 2 2

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Pts 0 2 2

Shots 0 2 2

GB 0 21 21

GP/GS G 13/0 2 13/0 2

A 3 3

Pts 5 5

Shots 7 7

GB 75 75

FOW FOA 140 239 140 239


@ARMY_LACROSSE MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS AL DESTEFANO

MATTHEW DONOVAN

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JUNIOR MIDFIELD 5-10 • 185 STONY BROOK, N.Y. WARD MELVILLE (USMAPS)

2013: Continued to perform as one the Black Knights’ short stick defensive midfielders ... played significant time in all 14 games ... finished the season second on the team with 32 ground balls ... scooped a career-high four ground balls twice on the year - in a 12-1 win over Michigan at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Fla., and in a 9-8 setback against Bucknell at home ... tied Jimbo D’Aprile for second on the team with 12 caused turnovers ... scored his first collegiate goal and only point of the season in a 10-4 Patriot League win at Colgate (Mar. 31). 2012: Played in seven games as a short stick defensive middie ... registered only career point on an assist in Army’s 14-8 win over VMI (Feb. 18) at Michie Stadium ... finished the year with two ground balls and one caused turnover ... saw action against Patriot League opponents Lehigh (Mar. 17), Colgate (Mar. 31) and Holy Cross (Apr. 21).

FRESHMAN MIDFIELD 6-0 • 185 CAZENOVIA, N.Y. CAZENOVIA CENTRAL (USMAPS)

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent the 2012-13 season under head coach Tom Hansen at USMAPS ... lettered at Cazenovia High School ... middie who contributed to the Laker’s 2011 New York State Championship win. PERSONAL: Matthew Warren Donovan was born on March 22, 1994, in Carmel, N.Y. ... son of Tim and Cathleen Donovan ... youngest of four children and only son ... older sisters are Clare, Katie and Maura ... father played lacrosse at Syracuse from 1976-79 ... played alongside current Army sophomore Kevin Schurr during middle school years ... enjoys hiking, fishing and camping ... major is undeclared.

KEVIN EPP SENIOR LONG STICK MIDFIELD 5-10 • 172 NAPERVILLE, ILL. NEUQUA VALLEY

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Hails from the lacrosse-rich area of Stony Brook, N.Y. ... played under head coach Mike Hoppey at Ward Melville ... named Section XI all-league in 2009 and all-county in 2010 ... Section XI Scholar-Athlete in 2010 ... began playing lacrosse in sixth grade ... played in the county championship as a sophomore in high school, despite having a broken collar bone ... spent the 2010-11 season under head coach Tom Hansen at the USMA Prep School.

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NOTABLE: Will author an in-season blog for the second-straight year, entitled Epp-ic Thoughts ... the blog is available on www.goARMYsports.com and offers an inside look at the team, traditions and players.

PERSONAL: Albert Michael DeStefano was born in Bethpage, N.Y., on Jan. 13, 1992 ... parents are Debra and Al DeStefano ... sister named Angelina ... enjoys country music and chicken parmesan heroes from Branchinelli’s in Hauppauge, N.Y. ... proficient in installing car audio systems ... major is Law and Legal Studies.

2013: Appeared in seven games as a long stick midfielder ... played in the first five-straight games and later earned time opposite rival Navy (Apr. 13) and Holy Cross (Apr. 20) ... both games marked Army road victories ... finished the season with three ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers. 2012: Drew action in three games as a sophomore defenseman ... did not figure statistically ... saw the field against Wagner (Feb. 15), Holy Cross (Apr. 21) and Johns Hopkins (May 5). 2011: Played in two games as a rookie ... made his collegiate debut in the season-opener at then-No. 16 Massachusetts (Feb. 12) ... also drew field time in Army’s convincing 14-1 victory over Wagner (Mar. 13) at Michie Stadium ... defenseman did not figure statistically in either contest. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Two-time all-conference selection at Neuqua Valley High School for coach Brian Prodehl ... also played for coaches Jake Deane and Mike Gabel ... was a three-time Upstate Eight conference wrestling champion. PERSONAL: Kevin William Epp was born in Denver, Colo., on Feb. 11, 1992 ... parents are Bill and Bridget Epp ... has one brother, Brian ... enjoys fishing and watching movies ... major is Systems Engineering. EPP’S CAREER NUMBERS

DESTEFANO’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 7/0 14/0 21/0

G 0 1 1

A 1 0 1

Pts 1 1 2

Shots 0 7 7

GB 1 32 33

Year 2011 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 2/0 3/0 7/0 12/0

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Shots 0 0 0 0

GB 0 0 3 3

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS JAELEN GADSON

EHRET FAIRCLOTH

98

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FRESHMAN LONG STICK MIDFIELD 6-1 • 175 ALEXANDRIA, VA. MOUNT VERNON (USMAPS)

JUNIOR ATTACK 6-0 • 171 DENVER, COLO. LAWRENCEVILLE SCHOOL (N.J.)

2013: Appeared in three games as a sophomore attackman ... season statistics included three shots and a ground ball in a 12-1 win over Michigan (Mar. 2) at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Fla. ... also drew time in Patriot League wins over rival Navy (Apr. 13) and Holy Cross (Apr. 20). 2012: Played in one collegiate game, drawing time in Army’s 24-7 runaway win over Wagner (Feb. 15) at Michie Stadium ... registered first career point on a fourth-quarter assist against the Seahawks. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Attended The Lawrenceville School, a boarding school in New Jersey ... played under coaches M.V. Whitlow and Allen Fitzpatrick at the prestigious institution ... former teammate of fellow junior John Glesener when the duo played for Scorpion Lacrosse Club out of Danville, Calif. PERSONAL: Ehret Thompson Faircloth was born on May 18, 1992, in Myrtle Beach, S.C. ... son of Woody and Heather Faircloth ... two siblings - Stowe and Grace ... goes by the nickname “Rhett” ... paternal grandfather, Bill Faircloth, was an assistant football coach at Wake Forest from 1978-82 ... best friend plays linebacker at Stanford ... enjoys skiing and playing football ... spent two months on a salmon fishing boat in Alaska ... major is Mechanical Engineering.

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Attended the USMA Prep School for the 2012-13 season ... played for Dale Nalls and Bill Russ at Mount Vernon High School ... two-time team captain ... named 2012 Mount Vernon Most Valuable Player ... 2011 team Defensive Player of the Year ... AllNational District and all-region performer as a senior ... holds Mount Vernon’s record for most points by a defenseman and most defensive goals in a single season ... was also an all-district and all-region wrestler. PERSONAL: Jaelen Alexander Gadson was born on Feb. 21, 1994, in Fort Bragg, N.C. ... son of Gregory and Kimberly Gadson ... both parents are members of the West Point Class of 1989 ... father is a Colonel in the U.S. Army and lettered from 1985-88 on the gridiron for Army ... has one older sister, Gabriella ... began playing lacrosse in freshman year of high school ... shifted from playing attackman to long stick midfielder the following season ... enjoys fishing, watching Dexter and playing World of Warcraft in free time ... major is undeclared.

FAIRCLOTH’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 1/0 3/0 4/0

G 0 0 0

A 1 0 1

Pts 1 0 1

Shots 0 3 3

GB 0 1 1

SAM FINNEY

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SOPHOMORE DEFENSE 6-2 • 216 HOUSTON, TEXAS STRAKE JESUIT COLLEGE PREP

2013: Close defenseman who appeared in five games as a rookie ... recorded one ground ball and one caused turnover in the Black Knights’ 14-7 win at rival Navy (Apr. 13) ... did not figure statistically in his four previous games played opposite Manhattan (Feb. 13), VMI (Feb. 16), Michigan (Mar. 2) and Lafayette (Mar. 23) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played under head coach Mike Block at Strake Jesuit College Preparatory high school ... earned All-America honors from US Lacrosse and the Texas State High School Lacrosse League ... served as a team captain ... garnered all-state and all-district honors ... named the South District’s Most Valuable Player ... led Strake Jesuit in assists (14), ground balls (148) and takeaways (59) as a senior ... standout all-conference football player as well. PERSONAL: Samuel Francis Finney was born on Dec. 3, 1993, in McAlester, Okla. ... son of Troy and Julie Finney ... comes from a big family with five siblings - Luke, Sean, Kendra, Clare and Max ... older brother Luke is a SEAL in the U.S. Navy ... Sean attended the U.S. Naval Academy ... enjoys hunting, fishing, climbing and traveling ... began playing lacrosse in third grade ... family spent time living in South American ... major is Art, Philosophy and Literature.

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FINNEY’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 5/0 5/0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 0 0

GB 1 1


@ARMY_LACROSSE MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS JOHN GLESENER JUNIOR ATTACK 6-3• 197 CAMILLUS, N.Y. WEST GENESEE (USMAPS)

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NOTABLE: 2013 Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year ... 2014 Preseason Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year ... preseason allleague ... USILA honorable mention All-America selection ... top 25 Tewaaraton Award nominee ... tore his ACL in last year’s season-ending loss to Johns Hopkins ... underwent offseason surgery and missed the fall ... expected to return full-tilt this spring ... enters junior season needing just six points to reach 100 for his career. 2013: Moved from midfield to attack for sophomore season in a move that proved to be more than beneficial to the Black Knights ... named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year and a USILA honorable mention All-American ... top 25 nominee for the Tewaaraton Award ... collected the team’s annual Lt. Ray Enners/Chris Pettit Award as the team’s top offensive player ... 4.36 points per game led the Patriot League and ranked sixth in the nation ... his 2.14 assists per game landed third and 12th, respectively ... totaled a teambest 61 points on 31 goals and 30 assists ... tallied at least one point every game ... one of six players to start all 14 games ... recorded seven hat tricks, including a career-high five goals to propel Army to a 10-4 Patriot League win at Colgate (Mar. 31) ... preceded that game with a career-high eight points (4G, 4A) in a 15-6 victory over Lafayette (Mar. 23) at Michie Stadium ... scored at least five points eight times, which included three games of a career-high four assists ... finished second on the team with six EMO goals ... scored goals at UMass (Feb. 10) and Navy (Apr. 13) six seconds into each game, tying for the program’s fastest goal off an opening face-off in history ... added 21 ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers. 2012: Named the top post-graduate recruit in the nation by Inside Lacrosse to start the season ... finished the year as the Black Knights’ second-leading scorer with 33 points ... led Army with 17 assists to go with 16 goals out of the midfield ... started all 15 games and scored at least one point in 14 contests ... scored two goals in each of his first two collegiate games against Massachusetts (Feb. 10) and Wagner (Feb. 15) ... went on to record his first career hat trick as a part of a season-best five points with a standout three goals and two assists in a thrilling 9-8 win over Rutgers (Mar. 6) at Michie Stadium ... five points led all players on either team ... netted his first two goals of the game within the opening three minutes of action ... recorded a careerhigh three assists in back-to-back Patriot League wins over Navy (Apr. 14) and Holy Cross (Apr. 21) ... 16 goals on the season ranked amongst the most by freshmen midfielders in the NCAA ... garnered Patriot League Rookie of the Week honors once (Feb. 20). PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Lauded as the nation’s top post-graduate recruit by Inside Lacrosse in August ... spent the 2010-11 season at the USMA Prep School after authoring a stellar high school career West Genesee ... played for head coach Mike Messere at the central New York powerhouse ... West Genesee won the New York State title in 2008 ... garnered a pair of All-America certificates in 2010 (US Lacrosse and Under Armour) ... three-time first team all-league performer ... named first team All-Central New York in 2010 after earning a second team nod the year before ... West Genesee’s Most Valuable Player in 2010. PERSONAL: John Anthony Glesener was born on Dec. 20, 1991, in Danville, Calif. ... son of William and Loretta Glesener ... one of three brothers to include Ted and Dan, who played the 2012 season at Army ... family moved to central New York in before his sophomore season in high school ... major is Systems Management. GLESENER’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 15/15 14/14 29/29

G 16 31 47

A 17 30 47

Pts 33 61 94

Shots 78 111 189

GB 10 21 31

DAN GRABHER

99

FRESHMAN LONG STICK MIDFIELD 6-1 • 175 ALEXANDRIA, VA. MOUNT VERNON (USMAPS)

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Product of North Shore High School and head coach Joe Gallina ... 2013 All-American and Nassau County Co-Midfielder of the Year ... named North Shore’s Most Outstanding Athlete ... 2012 all-county and 2011 all-conference performer ... two-time All-Nassau County Team member ... extremely accomplished high school wrestler ... state qualifier and county runner-up ... two-time all-county and three-time all-conference grappler ... 2012 all-county honorable mention soccer player ... listed amongst Nassau County’s top five leading scorers on the pitch ... equally accomplished in the classroom ... won multiple scholar-athlete certificates in all three sports ... named a 2013 News 12 Scholar-Athlete. PERSONAL: Daniel Edward Grabher was born on Aug. 17, 1995, in Glen Head, N.Y. ... son of Stephen and Deborah Grabher ... third of four children ... siblings are Robert, Samantha and Stephen ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... brother, Robert, was a 2012 first team All-Patriot League midfielder for Colgate ... only sister, Samantha, is a member of the women’s lacrosse team at SUNY Geneseo ... lists hanging out with friends, working out, playing video games and supporting his siblings as main hobbies ... major is undeclared.

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NATE GUSTAFSON SENIOR MIDFIELD 6-4 • 204 CINCINNATI, OHIO SUMMIT COUNTRY DAY

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2013: Injury prevented him from playing much of his junior campaign ... appeared in one game, the Black Knights’ 14-5 Patriot League win at Holy Cross ... did not figure statistically. 2012: Played in eight games out of the midfield during his sophomore campaign ... enjoyed a productive two-goal, one-assist effort in a 24-7 win over Wagner (Feb. 15) at Michie Stadium ... scored both goals in the fourth quarter against the Seahawks ... drew action in seven other games but did not score.

(Pat Hart continued) 2011: Played in 12 games as a defenseman ... part of an Army man-down unit that allowed 24 goals in 15 games ... registered first career ground ball (one) and caused turnover (one) in a tough 8-7 loss to Bucknell (Apr. 9) ... did not figure statistically in the other 11 games played. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Two-time all-league selection at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School ... named to the all-Maritime League first team in 2009 and 2010 ... captained team as a junior and senior ... played club lacrosse for the Top Gun Fighting Clams ... squad ranked as high as fourth in the nation in 2009. PERSONAL: Patrick Ryan Hart was born in Fairfax, Va., on May 4, 1992 ... parents are Carlin and Katie Hart ... has two sisters, Jenny and Kailyn ... part of three generations of military service ... hobbies include spending time with friends, going to be beach and watching movies ... took five AP classes in high school ... lists defeating rival Nantucket in double overtime during his senior year as his favorite lacrosse moment ... major is Systems Engineering.

2011: Scored first career goal and only tally of the season in his collegiate debut against Wagner (Mar. 13) at Michie Stadium ... converted his only shot taken against the Seahawks, registering the goal with just over six minutes to go in the game ... played in one game as a rookie. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Two-time MVP of the lacrosse team at Summit Country Day High School under the direction of coach Dan Collura ... earned Offensive MVP honors as a junior and senior ... named to the all-state team in 2008 ... member of the school’s golf team as well ... helped lead the squad to a pair of state championship appearances. PERSONAL: Nathan Richard Gustafson was born in Morristown, N.J., on Feb. 20, 1991 ... parents are Mike and Dagne Gustafson ... has one brother, Jack ... grandfather served in World War II ... earned his high school’s College Preparatory Chemistry Award in 2009 ... named the 2010 recipient of the St. Julie Billiart Award ... hobbies include playing the guitar and playing golf ... enjoys listening to music in his spare time ... major is Systems Engineering. GUSTAFSON’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2011 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 1/0 8/0 1/0 10/0

G 1 2 0 3

A 0 1 0 1

Pts 1 3 0 4

Shots 1 9 0 10

GB 0 2 0 2

PAT HART

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SENIOR DEFENSE 6-4 • 216 WEST TISBURY, MASS. MARTHA’S VINEYARD REGIONAL

2013: Started 12 games on Army’s close defense ... only non-starts were due to injury ... major cog in a Black Knights’ defense that finished third in the nation in scoring defense, surrendering just 7.79 goals per game ... helped Army hold 11 opponents to single-goal scoring ... tied for fourth on the team with 24 ground balls, including a career-high six in the season finale against 14th-ranked Johns Hopkins (Mar. 3) at Michie Stadium ... totaled five GBs in the Black Knights’ non-league win at Rutgers (Mar. 9) ... added single-caused turnovers in six different games. 2012: Played in all 15 games on Army’s close defense ... started eight-straight games in the middle of the season ... game started included those against nationally ranked Syracuse (Feb. 26), Cornell (Mar. 3), Lehigh (Mar. 17) and Colgate (Mar. 31) ... played significant time in the other seven games of the season ... finished the year with nine ground balls, including a career-high three in a 14-8 home win over VMI (Feb. 18).

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HART’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2011 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 12/0 15/8 12/12 39/20

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Shots 0 0 0 0

GB 1 9 24 34

RAY HORGAN FRESHMAN DEFENSE 5-10 • 195 MARBLEHEAD, MASS. DEERFIELD ACADEMY

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PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played three years of high school lacrosse at Deerfield Academy under head coach Chip Davis ... helped Deerfield to three New England West 1 titles ... competed in the Under Armour Underclassman All-American games in 2011 and 2012 ... senior East-West New England All-Star Game participant ... also lettered in football and basketball ... captained the football team as a senior ... honor roll student ... served as a peer counselor from 2011-13. PERSONAL: Raymond Michael Horgan was born on July 6, 1994, in Salem, Mass. ... son of Paul and Donna Horgan ... one of three children ... siblings are Erin and Taylor ... first member of his family to choose a military path ... major is undeclared.


@ARMY_LACROSSE MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS REAVES KLIPSTEIN

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FRESHMAN ATTACK 6-0 • 174 BELLEVUE, WASH. BELLEVUE

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: West coast product out of Bellevue, Wash. ... played for head coach John Baumann at Bellevue High School ... 2013 Washington State All-American ... first team allstate performer in 2012 and 2013 ... helped Bellevue capture the Washington state title as a senior. PERSONAL: Cole McKimmey Johnson was born on April 10, 1995, in Seattle, Wash. ... son of Craig and Lisa Johnson ... oldest of three children ... has one brother, Paul, and one sister, Marta ... first member of his family to attend a service academy ... credits his father for introducing him to lacrosse ... enjoys skiing, sailing and FIFA soccer ... major is undeclared.

SEAN JOLLOTA

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JUNIOR LONG STICK MIDFIELD 6-2 • 198 WEST POINT, N.Y. JAMES I. O’NEILL (USMAPS)

2013: Played significantly in all 14 games on defense, which finished the year ranked third nationally in scoring defense (7.79 goals per game) ... finished the season ranked fourth on the team with 10 caused turnovers ... collected a career-high four CTs in the Black Knights’ 10-8 non-league win at Rutgers (Mar. 9) ... added nine ground balls on the year. 2012: Drew action in two games as a rookie ... took seven face-offs in a 24-7 rout of visiting Wagner (Feb. 15) in his collegiate debut ... also played late in a 15-6 Patriot League victory over Holy Cross (Apr. 21). PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played the 2010-11 season at the USMA Prep School under head coach Tom Hansen ... local product out of James I. O’Neill High School, located just outside the gates of West Point ... earned all-section honors as a senior after making the honorable mention list as a junior ... allsection hockey player for the Raiders ... National Honor Society member ... switched from short to long pole in high school ... began playing lacrosse in seventh grade. PERSONAL: Sean Patrick Jollota was born on March 15, 1992, in Fort Campbell, Ky. ... son of Chief Warrant Officer Daniel and Jane Jollota ... both parents are West Point graduates ... father was a Black Hawk pilot who flew the Combat Search and Rescue team during a mission to rescue two top lieutenants out of capture in Somalia in 1993 ... the mission itself was captured later in the major motion picture Black Hawk Down ... enjoys snowboarding ... has played hockey since the age of five ... major is Nuclear Engineering.

FRESHMAN DEFENSE 6-2 • 203 CALIFON, N.J. RUTGERS PREP (PORTSMOUTH ABBEY)

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent the 2012-13 season playing under head coach Al Brown at Portsmouth Abbey in Rhode Island ... 2012 graduate of Rutgers Preparatory School where he was named the team’s Most Valuable Player ... named Bianci-Cursio Division Player of the Year ... two-time all-prep B selection ... first team all-area performer. PERSONAL: Reaves Holton Klipstein was born on Nov. 12, 1993, in New Bruswick, N.J. ... middle son of David and Tara Klipstein ... has an older brother, Ryan, and younger brother, Christian ... Ryan was an All-Patriot League lacrosse player at Bucknell from 2007-11 and is currently an assistant coach at Penn ... Christian, along with cousin Thomas Smith, have committed to play lacrosse at Bucknell next season ... endured four shoulder surgeries and an ACL tear in high school ... began playing lacrosse at a very young age ... grandfather once held the record for most basketball wins in New Jersey ... would like to one day live in Alaska ... enjoys hunting, fishing and being with his family during free time ... major is undeclared.

MAX KRIEG FRESHMAN MIDFIELD 6-0 • 195 WOODSIDE, CALIF. ST. PAUL’S SCHOOL

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PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played for head coach Davies Cabot at St. Paul’s School ... 2012-13 Gordon Medal Winner as the best overall male athlete at St. Paul’s ... 2013 All-Independent Schools League performer ... two-time all-league performer on the soccer field ... 2012 Gold Medal for German Prize Exam for scoring in the top 10 percent nationwide ... managed at least a 3.0 in all classes to earn Academic Second Testimonials at St. Paul’s. PERSONAL: Maximilian August Krieg was born on Sept. 10, 1994, in Palo Alto, Calif. ... son of Franz and Tish Krieg ... has a younger brother, Rex ... maternal grandfather, John Cornelius Reardon, was a Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Navy ... member of the Bantam AA 2005-06 Ice Hockey National Championship team ... lists hockey, soccer, skiing, biking and listening to music as hobbies ... was a member of Tribe, a hip-hop dance crew while at St. Paul’s ... claims he can juggle while riding a unicycle ... major is undeclared.

JOLLOTA’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 2/0 14/0 16/0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Shots 0 0 0

GB 2 9 11

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS MICHAEL LARRABEE JUNIOR MIDFIELD 6-1 • 198 MONTCLAIR, VA. BISHOP IRETAN (USMAPS)

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2013: Proved to be one of Army’s most formidable threats in the defensive midfield ... played a notable role in all 14 games as a sophomore ... totaled 11 ground balls and eight caused turnovers ... established career-highs in both categories with two ground balls and three caused turnovers in the Black Knights’ Patriot League Tournament semifinal clash against 13th-ranked Bucknell (Apr. 26) ... registered his first career point and lone tally of the season with an assist in Army’s non-league win over VMI (Feb. 16) at Michie Stadium. 2012: Drew action in three games in Army’s defensive midfield ... made his collegiate debut in a 24-7 win over Wagner (Feb. 15) ... collected a career-high three ground balls against the visiting Seahawks ... also saw time opposite VMI (Feb. 18) and Cornell (Mar. 3).

(Avery Littlejohn continued) Gazette First Team All-County midfielder in 2011 ... named honorable mention linebacker by the same publication in 2009 and 2010 ... garnered lacrosse team Most Valuable Player laurels in 2011 ... named top 200 Rising All-Star and Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Senior All-Star ... helped Severna capture the 2010 state lacrosse title ... honor roll high school student and Dean’s List member at USMAPS. PERSONAL: Avery Walter Littlejohn was born on April 11, 1993, in Annapolis, Md. ... son of Ray and Nanette Littlejohn ... has two siblings - Aaron and Lindsay ... mother and brother played tennis at University of Maryland-Frostburg ... attended five schools in a three-year span leading up to West Point ... grew up 15 minutes away from the United States Naval Academy and was a Navy fan until he committed to Army ... drove up the Friday before West Point Reception Day just to secure his appointment to the Academy ... has overcome significant knee injuries ... enjoys coaching, watching and playing all sports ... major is undeclared.

C.J. LOCONTE FRESHMAN ATTACK 5-10 • 195 DUXBURY, MASS. DUXBURY

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: High school standout in football and lacrosse ... honored as an all-district and all-conference performer in lacrosse ... named team’s Offensive Player of the Year on the gridiron. PERSONAL: Michael Richard Larrabee was born on Nov. 30, 1991, in Newport News, Va. ... parents are Scott and Deborah Larrabee ... father is a 1974 West Point graduate and former Army lacrosse player ... one of five children - Beth, Kyle, Kevin and Katie ... brother Kevin is a captain in the U.S. Army ... brotherin-law Josh Bookout is a major in the U.S. Army ... likes listening to music as a hobby ... major is Engineering Psychology.

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PRIOR TO WEST POINT: One of six players from Duxbury High School to commit to a Division I lacrosse program ... played under head coach Chris Sweet at Duxbury ... attackman garnered the Green Dragon’s Offensive Most Valuable Player award as a senior ... named Patriot League (Mass.) All-Star ... also a starter on the football team ... honor roll student. PERSONAL: Christopher John LoConte Jr. was born on Dec. 31, 1994, in Duxbury, Mass. ... son of Chris and Diann LoConte ... has a younger brother, Nick ... avid Notre Dame football and Duck Dynasty fan ... enjoys going to the beach, fishing and playing pick-up basketball in his free time ... major is undeclared.

BRENDAN MADARASZ

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SOPHOMORE LONG STICK MIDFIELD 5-5 • 147 SMITHTOWN, N.Y. SMITHTOWN WEST (USMAPS)

LARRABEE’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 3/0 14/0 17/0

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

Pts 0 1 1

Shots 0 1 1

GB 4 11 15

AVERY LITTLEJOHN FRESHMAN MIDFIELD 5-10 • 190 SEVERNA PARK, MD. SEVERNA PARK (USMAPS)

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PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent the 2012-13 season at the USMA Prep School ... previously attended University of Maryland-Baltimore County and Anne Arundel Community College before earning an appointment to West Point ... served as team captain of the lacrosse and football teams at Severna Park High School ... Capital

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2013: Made his collegiate debut in a 12-1 victory over Michigan (Mar. 2) at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Fla. ... registered one ground ball against the Wolverines in only game played. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Attended the USMA Prep School in 2011-12 and played under head coach Tom Hansen ... lettered four years at Smithtown West on Long Island ... served as team captain for his senior campaign ... two-time All-Suffolk County performer (2010 and 2011) ... winner of the 2009 Suffolk County Lacrosse Unsung Hero Award ... named to Smithtown West’s academic honor roll from 2008-2011 ... played high school lacrosse under head coach Sean Keenan. PERSONAL: Brendan Joseph Madarasz was born on Feb. 3, 1993, in Smithtown, N.Y. ... parents are Rick and Fran Madarasz ... has three siblings - Mike, Melissa and Drew ... cousins Brett Madarasz (Manhattan) and Craig Madarasz (Johns Hopkins) both play Division I lacrosse ... high school teammate of fellow Army sophomore Mike Perettine for three years at Smithtown West ... smallest player in his family ... enjoys watching Entourage and golfing ... major is Systems Managment.


@ARMY_LACROSSE MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS ANDREW MICHALOWSKI

WILL MAZZONE

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JUNIOR ATTACK 5-11 • 185 HOCKESSIN, DEL. CHARTER SCHOOL OF WILMINGTON (USMAPS)

SOPHOMORE ATTACK 5-6 • 150 STONY BROOK, N.Y. WARD MELVILLE (USMAPS)

2013: Army’s third-highest returning scorer ... led all Black Knight rookies with 19 points on 11 goals and eight assists ... played a significant role in all 14 games and made seven starts ... scored first collegiate goal in a 14-8 win over Manhattan (Feb. 13) in home debut ... netted a career-high three goals to lead the team in a Patriot League Tournament semifinal clash against No. 13 Bucknell (Apr. 26) ... earned all-tournament honors following the standout effort ... previously tallied a career-high four points on two goals and two assists in the Black Knights’ regular-season meeting with the Bison on Apr. 6 ... also scored single goals opposite Michigan (Mar. 2), Lehigh (Mar. 16), Lafayette (Mar. 23), Navy (Apr. 13) and Holy Cross (Apr. 20) ... scored at least one point in all but five games and reached a career-high four points twice ... added 17 ground balls in first collegiate campaign. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent the 2011-12 season at the USMA Prep School under head coach Tom Hansen ... also played for the top-ranked Long Island Express and head coach George Powers ... lettered four years at Ward Melville on Long Island ... 2011 all-county selection ... listed No. 26 amongst Inside Lacrosse’s High School Top 50 Rising Seniors and Juniors ... also named a first team all-league wrestler in 2010. PERSONAL: William James Mazzone was born on Aug. 5, 1993, in Stonybrook, N.Y. ... son of Ken and Barbara Mazzone ... one of five children - Kenny, Kristina, Christian and Alex ... all five Mazzone children played or play lacrosse ... high school teammate of current Army junior Al Destefano at Ward Melville ... enjoys wrestling and fishing ... major is Systems Management.

2013: Drew time in five games as an attackman ... recorded a pair of shots on goal and a single ground ball ... played opposite Manhattan (Feb. 13), Michigan (Mar. 2), Lafayette (Mar. 23), Navy (Apr. 12) and Holy Cross (Apr. 20), all of which were Army victories. 2012: Appeared in two games as a freshman attackman ... made collegiate debut and scored first career point in a 24-7 win over Wagner (Feb. 15) ... tallied one assist and one ground ball against the Seahawks ... also drew action in a 15-6 Patriot League win over Holy Cross (Apr. 21) ... did not figure statistically against the Crusaders. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent 2010-11 at USMAPS under head coach Tom Hansen ... played for coaches Mike Murphy and Bryan Griffin at Wilmington second team All-Delaware performer as a senior ... three-time all-conference player, including junior and senior years on the first team ... three-time academic all-conference honoree. PERSONAL: Andrew Patrick Michalowski was born on Oct. 13, 1992, in Wilmington, Del. ... parents are Gary and Colleen Michalowski ... one of four children ... has two sisters, Heather and Amanda, and a brother, Gary, who played football at Monmouth and La Salle in college ... only member of his family to play lacrosse ... major is Engineering Management. MICHALOWSKI’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 2/0 5/0 7/0

G 0 0 0

A 1 0 1

Pts 1 0 1

Shots 2 2 4

GB 0 1 1

GUNNAR MILLER FRESHMAN MIDFIELD 5-10 • 175 IRONDEQUOIT, N.Y. IRONDEQUOIT (USMAPS)

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PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent the 201213 season playing at the USMA Prep School ... standout for head coach Craig Whipple at Irondequoit High School ... first team all-county pick as a midfielder ... 2012 Section V Offensive Player of the Year ... named a US Lacrosse All-American that same season ... All-Greater Rochester performer ... helped Irondequoit to a state championship game appearance. PERSONAL: Gunnar William Miller was born on July 1, 1994, in Rochester, N.Y. ... son of Mark and Kellie Miller ... has a younger sister, Katie ... overcame a broken collar bone sustained during junior year in high school ... teamed with classmate Marc Pettrone on the 2012 Brogden Cup National Lacrosse Classic Championship Team Rochester spends free time hunting, fishing and golfing ... major is undeclared. MAZZONE’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 14/7 14/7

G 11 11

A 8 8

Pts 19 19

Shots 26 26

GB 17 17

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS CHRIS MONTEFERANTE SOPHOMORE MIDFIELD 5-7 • 184 PUTNAM VALLEY, N.Y. LAKELAND

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2013: Played in three games in his first collegiate season ... did not figure statistically ... made collegiate debut in a 12-1 victory over Michigan (Mar. 2) at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Fla. ... went on to play against rival Navy (Apr. 13) and Holy Cross (Apr. 20) during Patriot League action. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Direct admit out of Lakeland High School where he was a four-year starter on both the lacrosse and soccer fields ... two-year captain and two-time Section 1 champion in both sports as well ... three-time All-Section 1 in lacrosse ... Westchester Examiner and The Journal News Most Valuable Player ... Hudson Valley All-American in 2012 ... all-league performer on the soccer field, along with earning league all-star plaudits as a member of the 4x400 in track ... standout in the classroom and community with numerous awards to include scholar-athlete, National Honor Society, College of Westchester Business Award, College of Westchester Science Award, Lakeland High School athletic award and Kingsley Humanitarian Award among others. PERSONAL: Christopher James Montferante was born on Dec. 30, 1993, in Mount Kisco, N.Y. ... son of Steven and Debra Montferante ... has one sister, Kimberly ... goes by the nickname “Monte” ... played on the same summer team as fellow Army sophomore Kevin Schurr for two years ... the pair played for Team Superstar under head coach Roy Colsey ... wore a pink helmet during his career to raise breast cancer awareness ... taught in Lakeland’s preschool classes ... active in “The Pioneer League,” an after-school program for special needs students where he coached them in soccer, floor hockey and basketball ... enjoys watching movies and playing pool ... major is Engineering Psychology.

JIMBO MOORE SOPHOMORE MIDFIELD 5-10 • 190 LYNCHBURG, VA. E.C. GLASS

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2013: Came into his own a rookie on Army’s third line midfield ... played in all but two games, contributing significantly in 12 contests ... ran totaled five ground balls and a single caused turnover ... scored only collegiate point on an assist in the Black Knights’ thrilling 14-7 victory over rival Navy (Apr. 13) in Annapolis, Md. ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Came to West Point after lettering four years at E.C. Glass High School under the direction of head coach Eddie Ranuska ... 2012 US Lacrosse Boys’ High School All-America selection ... four-time first team All-Jefferson District honoree ... 2011 district Player of the Year ... VHSL AA Regional Player of the Year ... 2012 VHSL All-American ... standout linebacker on the football team ... first team All-Seminole District on the gridiron ... 20082012 district all-academic team member in both football lacrosse ... battled injury throughout much of his senior season. PERSONAL: James Oglesby Moore was born on Jan. 29, 1994, in Lynchburg, Va. ... parents are Jim and Caroline Moore ... has one older sister, Caroline ... goes by the nickname “Jimbo” ... avid hunter ... spent much of his holiday break paddling down the James River at 5 a.m. chasing a duck ... loves duck and turkey hunting ... Nintendo 64 aficionado ... major is Systems Engineering.

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FRESHMAN MIDFIELD 6-4 • 205 LANCASTER, PA. MANHEIM TOWNSHIP

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PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played for head coach Kyle Wimer at Manheim Township High School ... 2013 US Lacrosse All-American ... first team all-league midfielder ... helped Manheim to a district title as a senior ... garnered second team all-league citations as a wide receiver and safety in football. PERSONAL: Ryan William Morgan was born on July 4, 1995, in Lancaster, Pa. ... son of William and Karen Morgan ... one of four children ... siblings are Riley, Karina and Caroline ... father played lacrosse at Ohio State ... played alongside current Army sophomore Austin Schultz for a season at Manheim Township ... did not commit to West Point until the winter of his senior year in high school ... late lacrosse bloomer after playing football most of his life ... avid fan of the Philadelphia Eagles and Ohio State Buckeyes ... major is undeclared.

MOORE’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 12/0 12/0

G 0 0

A 1 1

Pts 1 1

Shots 4 4

GB 5 5


@ARMY_LACROSSE MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS SHEA MULLINS

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SOPHOMORE MIDFIELD 5-9 • 166 ISLIP, N.Y. ISLIP (USMAPS)

2013: Played in 11 games as a rookie in Army’s midfield ... totaled 14 ground balls and one caused turnover ... collected a career-high three ground balls in the team’s season finale opposite 14th-ranked Johns Hopkins (May 3) at Michie Stadium ... registered first collegiate point on an assist in the Black Knights’ 14-5 Patriot League win at Holy Cross (Apr. 20).

(Alex Newsome continued) on the gridiron at two positions ... named second team all-state and all-conference as a punt returner ... also garnered first team all-state and allcity accolades at wide receiver ... named Collegiate School’s best offensive football player. PERSONAL: Alexander Stewart Newsome was born on Oct. 7, 1991, in Charlottesville, Va. ... parents are Ken and Linda Newsome ... brother, David, and sisters, Jennifer and Sarah ... uncle, David Stewart, is a colonel in the U.S. Army ... knew in fifth grade he wanted to play lacrosse at Army ... major is Systems Engineering.

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent the 2011-12 season playing under head coach Tom Hansen at the USMA Prep School ... lettered four years at Islip High School under head coach Keith Scheidel ... earned all-county honors as a junior and senior ... also a two-time all-division football player ... captained both the lacrosse and football teams as a senior. PERSONAL: Shea Mullins was born on Sept. 18, 1993, in Islip, N.Y. ... son of Scott and Kim Mullins ... has two siblings - Kieran and Reagan ... father coached him from youth lacrosse up through high school as a part of Islip’s staff ... scored the game-winning goal against Harborfield in the playoffs as a junior ... enjoys going to the beach and playing basketball ... major is Systems Management. MULLINS’ CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 11/0 11/0

G 0 0

A 1 1

Pts 1 1

Shots 2 2

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ALEX NEWSOME

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JUNIOR MIDFIELD 5-8 • 168 RICHMOND, VA. COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (USMAPS)

2013: Army’s third-leading scorer after shifting back to the midfield as a junior ... amassed 24 points on 18 goals and six assists ... netted a team-best eight man-up goals, which also landed second in the Patriot League ... held without a single point just twice ... scored eight goals over the opening three games of the season, including a career-high four in a non-league win over VMI (Feb. 16) and a hat trick the previous game versus Manhattan (Feb. 13) at Michie Stadium ... added two assists in each game, bringing his career high for points to six opposite VMI ... scored a pair of goals in the Black Knights’ 12-1 triumph over Michigan (Mar. 2) at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Fla. ... registered single goals in nine other contests ... contributed 24 ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers ... led the team and ranked 52nd in the NCAA with a .367 shot percentage ... shared the team’s Gen. George Ruhlen Award as the most improved player with Jimbo D’Aprile. 2012: Played in five games on Army’s attack as a freshman ... explosive collegiate debut with two goals and one assist in a 24-7 victory over visiting Wagner (Feb. 15) at Michie Stadium ... added two ground balls against the Seahawks ... also drew action against Air Force (Mar. 10), Lafayette (Mar. 24), Holy Cross (Apr. 21) and Johns Hopkins (May 5) throughout the season ... scored two goals on four shots. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Two-sport standout at Collegiate School in Richmond, Va. ... played lacrosse under head coach Andrew Stanley ... all-state and all-league performer ... honored with the team’s Spirit Award as a senior ... shined

Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 5/0 14/14 19/14

G 2 18 20

A 1 6 7

Pts 3 24 27

Shots 4 49 53

GB 5 24 29

WILL O’DONNELL SOPHOMORE MIDFIELD 6-1 • 205 GOLDENS BRIDGE, N.Y. JOHN JAY (USMAPS)

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2013: Drew reserve time in six games as a defensive midfielder ... registered single shots against Lafayette (Mar. 23) and Colgate (Mar. 31) ... did not figure statistically otherwise ... also played opposite Manhattan (Feb. 13), VMI (Feb. 16), Michigan (Mar. 2) and rival Navy (Apr. 13), all of which marked Army victories. 2012: Drew action in two games and scored twice out of Army’s midfield ... netted first career goal in collegiate debut against Wagner (Feb. 15) at Michie Stadium ... followed up with second career tally in a 15-6 home win over Holy Cross (Apr. 21) ... also drew field time in two road games - at Lafayette (Mar. 24) and at Johns Hopkins (May 5) ... scored two goals on four shots in 2012. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Named all-section and all-league as a senior out of John Jay High School under head coach Tim Schurr in Westchester County... also an all-league performer on the gridiron ... spent the 2010-11 season developing under head coach Tom Hansen at the USMA Prep School. PERSONAL: William Green O’Donnell was born on June 1, 1992, in New York City ... parents are John and Connie Green-O’Donnell ... has one brother,

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS (Will O’Donnell continued) John ... played alongside current Army senior Bobby Sincero in the Westrock Summer League ... loves being outdoors, playing golf and pick-up basketball ... major is Law and Legal Studies.

MARC PETTRONE

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FRESHMAN DEFENSE 5-10 • 190 VICTOR, N.Y. AQUINAS INSTITUE (USMAPS)

O’DONNELL’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 4/0 6/0 10/0

G 2 0 2

A 0 0 0

Pts 2 0 2

Shots 4 2 6

GB 2 0 2

MIKE PERETTINE SOPHOMORE MIDFIELD 6-1 • 185 FARMINGDALE, N.Y. FARMINGDALE (USMAPS)

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2013: Enjoyed a solid rookie campaign in which he drew action every game in Army’s midfield ... scored first collegiate point on an assist in the season-opener at UMass (Feb. 10) ... went on to net only collegiate goal in a 15-6 Patriot League win over Lafayette (Mar. 23) at Michie Stadium ... added an assist in the team’s season finale opposite No. 14 Johns Hopkins (May 3) to finish the year with three points ... added a pair of ground balls and as many caused turnovers. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Attended USMA Prep School for the 2011-12 season and played for head coach Tom Hansen ... earned four letters in lacrosse - three seasons at Smithtown West before playing his senior season at Farmingdale High School ... earned all-conference honors in 2011 and was named the Most Valuable Player at the Long Island Championship game in that same year ... part of New York State Class A champion Farmingdale as a senior ... garnered scholar-athlete honors four times. PERSONAL: Michael Joseph Perettine was born on Jan. 30, 1993, in Bethpage, N.Y. ... parents are Mike and Tina Perettine ... has two sisters - Cassie and Cailee ... Cassie is a sophomore defender on Connecticut’s women’s lacrosse team ... high school teammate of fellow Army sophomore Brandan Madarasz for three years at Smithtown West ... missed the majority of junior year at Smithtown West with a broken collar bone ... enjoys playing pick-up basketball, hunting, fishing and going to the beach ... claims to be extremely superstitious ... major is Systems Management. PERETTINE’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 14/0 14/0

G 1 1

A 2 2

Pts 3 3

Shots 9 9

GB 2 2

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent the 2012-13 season at the USMA Prep School and served as team captain ... played under head coach Grant Catalino at Aquinas Institute prior to prep school ... two-time first team Section V All-Greater Rochester defenseman ... member of the 2011 Empire State Games Western Region team ... also a standout on the gridiron, earning all-state honors in 2010 and 2011 ... two-time Section V Defensive Player of the Year ... served as a two-year captain for both the lacrosse and football teams ... 2011 Richard J. Pilliter Memorial Scholarship for Excellence in Academics and Athletics recipient ... also earned the 2012 Aquinas Institute Hall of Fame Male ScholarAthlete Award. PERSONAL: Marc Vincent Pettrone was born on Oct. 22, 1993, in Rochester, N.Y. ... son of Vince and Darlene Pettrone ... has one older brother, Vincent, who attends the University of Rhode Island ... teamed with classmate Gunnar Miller on the 2012 Brogden Cup National Lacrosse Classic Championship Team Rochester ... enjoys fishing, kayaking and playing guitar ... major is undeclared.

LUKE POULOS

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SOPHOMORE MIDFIELD 5-6 • 152 ROCKVILLE, MD. OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL

2013: Played 11 games as a rookie in the Black Knights’ midfield ... made collegiate debut in the season-opener at UMass (Feb. 10) ... went on to score his lone point of the year on an assist in a 14-8 victory over VMI (Feb. 16) at Michie Stadium ... totaled four ground balls on the year ... career-high two ground balls picked up in a 12-1 win over Michigan (Mar. 2) at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Fla. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Four-year letterwinner at Our Lady of Good Counsel under head coach Matt Durkin ... three-time All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference performer ... named Our Lady of Good Counsel’s team Most Valuable Player as a senior. PERSONAL: Luke Anthony Poulos was born on March 10, 1994, in Rockville, Md. ... one of six sons born to John and Beth Poulos ... siblings are John, James, Matthew, Andrew and Patrick ... older brother, Matthew, lettered four years at West Point ... member of Army’s 2010 Patriot League Championship team ... won both face-offs attempted in the Black Knights’ iconic first round NCAA win at then-two-time defending national champion Syracuse ... Andrew played lacrosse at Towson ... enjoys fishing and golfing ... major is Systems Engineering. POULOS’ CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

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GP/GS 11/0 11/0

G 0 0

A 1 1

Pts 1 1

Shots 2 2

GB 4 4


@ARMY_LACROSSE MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS NICK PRESTIPINO

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FRESHMAN DEFENSE 6-0 • 193 BERWYN, PA. CONESTOGA

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played under head coach Brian Samson at Conestoga High School ... garnered 2012 All-Central League honorable mention laurels ... helped Conestoga win the 2011 Pennsylvania State Championship ... standout football player as well ... first team All-Main Line and two-time first team All-Central League performer ... high school advanced placement scholar. PERSONAL: Nick Dale Prestipino was born on July 6, 1994, in Berwyn, Pa. ... son of Dale and Tracey Prestipino ... has four siblings - Madison, Matt and Mike ... related to New York Giants linebacker Mark Herzlich ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... avid snow boarder ... began playing lacrosse in second grade ... favorite television show is Walking Dead ... owns two rescue dogs ... major is undeclared.

(John Sabert continued) surgery in prep school ... also played golf and hockey for West Genesee ... earned four varsity letters in hockey ... team won the New York State Championship with a record of 25-0 in 2010 ... scored the game-winning goal in the Section III finals as a senior. PERSONAL: John Sabert was born on March 7, 1993, in Syracuse, N.Y. ... parents are Mark and Cathy Sabert ... one younger sister, Ashlee ... high school teammate of current Army sophomore John Glesener for three years ... played alongside fellow Army rookie Tim Coll in the Under Armor underclassmen tournament ... has been playing guitar for eight years ... has traveled to Milan and Rome ... likes to golf and draw ... major is Engineering Management. SABERT’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 2/0 2/0

G 0 0

85

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Sachem North High School product ... played for head coach Jay Mauro and earned two varsity letters as a goalie ... lacrosse team captain ... also lettered in wrestling ... two-time New York State ScholarAthlete award recipient in both sports. PERSONAL: John Anthony Quinn was born on June 16, 1995, in Syosset, N.Y. ... son of John and Lynn Quinn ... father spent 28 years in the Army and is currently a First Sergeant in the U.S. Army Reserve as an infantryman ... the elder Quinn is an Airborne Ranger who works at the Special Warfare Center in Ft. Bragg, N.C. ... has two younger siblings, brother Daniel and sister Cassidy ... enjoys watching movies and visiting his upstate New York home ... major is undeclared.

JOHN SABERT

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SOPHOMORE DEFENSE 5-11 • 210 SYRACUSE, N.Y. WEST GENESEE (USMAPS)

Pts 0 0

Shots 0 0

GB 0 0

AUSTIN SCHULTZ SOPHOMORE DEFENSE 5-11 • 204 LANCASTER, PA. MANHEIM TOWNSHIP

JOHN QUINN FRESHMAN GOALKEEPER 6-1 • 205 HOLBROOK, N.Y. SACHEM NORTH

A 0 0

11

2013: Contributed significantly in his first season at West Point ... played in 10 games and made two starts on the Black Knights close defense ... helped Army finish the year ranked third in the nation in scoring defense, yielding 7.79 goals per game ... first start came in relief of an injured Pat Hart in a 10-4 Patriot League win at Colgate (Mar. 31), marking the second-lowest number of goals Army gave up all season ... listed in the starting lineup opposite his former team, Bucknell (Apr. 6), the following week ... totaled three ground balls and one caused turnover ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played the 2011 season at Patriot League rival Bucknell before transferring to West Point ... All-American at Manheim Township High School ... PIAA District 3 Player of the Year in 2010 ... three-time all-district and all-league selection ... captained the lacrosse team in each of his final three seasons ... standout wrestler ... 2010 Lancaster County champion, three-time district qualifier and a 2010 state qualifier ... posted 100 career wins, was a two-time team captain and earned first team all-league honors twice ... named to the 2011 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll while at Bucknell. PERSONAL: Austin Haffert Schultz was born on Sept. 26, 1991, in Voorhees, N.J. ... son of James and Tracy Schultz ... has four siblings - Alex, Hayley, Griffin and Sophia ... took a year off between Bucknell and West Point to travel ... first member of his family to take on military service ... enjoys reading and fishing ... major is Economics. SCHULTZ’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 10/2 10/2

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 0 0

GB 3 3

2013: Played in two games as a rookie defenseman ... did not figure statistically ... drew time in Army victories over Michigan (Mar. 2) and Lafayette (Mar. 23). PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played under head coach Tom Hansen at the USMA Prep School in 2011-12 ... lettered four years at West Genesee under head coach Mike Messere ... first team All-Central New York honoree as a senior ... played for Central in the Empire State Games ... went on to undergo shoulder

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS KEVIN SCHURR

BOBBY SINCERO

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SOPHOMORE DEFENSE 6-2 • 200 SOMERS, N.Y. SOMERS

2013: Drew time as a part of Army’s defense in two games as a rookie ... played opposite Michigan (Mar. 2) and rival Navy (Apr. 13), both of which marked victories for the Black Knights ... did not figure statistically in either contest ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Lettered four seasons at Somers High School under Lew Janavey ... U.S. Lacrosse All-American ... named the team’s Most Valuable Player ... Mary Ball Outstanding Athlete Award ... served as team captain ... Hudson Valley All-Section ... Hudson Valley Scholar-Athlete ... Con-Edison Scholar-Athlete ... won the Harvard Book Prize in 2011 ... Somers High School Valedictorian. PERSONAL: Kevin John Schurr was born on July 10, 1994, in Mount Kisco, N.Y. ... son of Timothy and Noreen Schurr ... one of four children - Eddie, Emma and Tara ... Eddie is a junior defenseman at Johns Hopkins ... teammate of fellow Army sophomore Chris Monteferante for two summers as a part of Team Superstar ... father, Timothy, coaches lacrosse at high school rival John Jay Cross River ... first person in his family to attend West Point ... enjoys reading and playing pond hockey ... major is Chemical Engineering. SCHURR’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 2/0 2/0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 0 0

GB 0 0

TOM SHADE

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SENIOR GOALKEEPER 6-1 • 175 VERPLANCK, N.Y. HENDRICK HUDSON

2013: Drew time in six games and made one start in goal as a junior ... split time in goal for the Black Knights’ season-opener at UMass (Feb. 10) ... went on to go the distance in a 14-8 non-league victory over Manhattan (Feb. 13) the following week at Michie Stadium ... made seven saves and played all 60 minutes en route to his first collegiate victory ... totaled 23 saves over 142:09 of work on the season ... faced 70 shots and recorded a .479 save percentage ... added seven ground balls, including a career-high four against Manhattan. 2012: Back-up goalkeeper ... logged just over 10 minutes in the cage in a lopsided 24-7 victory over visiting Wagner (Feb. 15) at Michie Stadium. 2011: Played the final 2:30 of Army’s 14-1 win over visiting Wagner (Mar. 13) ... faced one shot on the season. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: All-America goalkeeper at Hendrick Hudson High School for coach Craig Solomon ... collected the honors as a senior in 2010 ... also earned all-league and all-section honors that year ... garnered all-league and all-section honorable mention accolades as a junior in 2009 ... served as team captain during his senior season. PERSONAL: Robert F. Sincero was born in Tarrytown, N.Y., on June 8, 1992 ... parents are Bob and Sheila Sincero ... has one sister, Jessica ... cousin, Meghan Jacobs, is a member of the women’s basketball team at Elmira College ... enjoys playing soccer and mountain biking in his spare time ... major is Art, Philosophy and Literature.

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JUNIOR LONG STICK MIDFIELD 5-10 • 184 SPRING CITY, PA. THE HILL SCHOOL

2013: Played in four games in his first season with the Black Knights ... did not figure statistically in Army wins over VMI (Feb. 16), Michigan (Mar. 2), Navy (Apr. 13) and Holy Cross (Apr. 20) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. 2012: Moved up from Army’s junior varsity team midway through the season ... did not play ... named to the 2012 Patriot League academic honor roll. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Four-year letterwinner at The Hill School outside of Philadelphia under head coach Ned Ide ... lettered three seasons in football and twice for the hockey team ... served as team captain for both lacrosse and football in his final two seasons at The Hill School ... played as a short stick midfielder until sophomore year of high school when he switched to long stick. PERSONAL: Thomas Elton Shade was born on Sept. 21, 1992, in Bryn Mawr, Pa. ... son of Ken and Doran Shade ... eldest of three children - Dan and Andrea ... carried a 3.3 grade-point average while taking 20.5 credits in his fall semester at West Point ... enjoys music and hiking ... entire family hiked Mount Washington over the summer ... majoring in Mechanical Engineering. SCHURR’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS DNP 4/0 4/0

G

A

Pts

Shots

GB

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

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SINCERO’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2011 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS Min. 1/0 2:30 1/0 10:09 6/1 142:09 8/1 154:57

Svs. 0 2 23 25

Pct. .000 .333 .479 .462

GA 1 1 25 27

GAA 24.00 11.82 10.55 10.52

W-L 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0

GB 0 1 7 8


@ARMY_LACROSSE MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS SAM SOMERS

TIM STACKPOLE

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JUNIOR GOALKEEPER 6-2 • 190 WILTON, CONN. WILTON

2013: Won Army’s starting goaltender job three games into the season ... finished the year with second team All-Patriot League honors ... closed the year ranked first in the nation with a 7.18 goals-against average and 10th nationally with.587 save percentage ... those marks also landed first and second in the Patriot League, respectively ... breakout collegiate game came in front of 3,600-plus fans at the Carrier Dome as he held then-No. 18 Syracuse (Feb. 24) to just six goals ... made a career-high 18 saves against the Orange for a .750 save percentage ... went on to anchor a Black Knights’ defense that finished the season ranked third in the nation in scoring defense, surrendering 7.79 goals per game ... reached double-digit saves six times on the year, including the final three games of the season ... gave up double-digit goals just twice on the year ... tied for third on the team with 30 ground balls, including a career-high five in a 10-4 Patriot League win at Colgate (Mar. 31) ... added four caused turnovers on the year ... took home the team’s Jack Rust Award as the top defensive player ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. 2012: Logged more minutes than any other back-up goalkeeper on Army’s roster ... played in four games and totaled 36:51 in the cage ... allowed five goals and made four saves on the year ... faced 15 shots and registered six ground balls ... drew action opposite Wagner (Feb. 15), Cornell (Mar. 3), Holy Cross (Apr. 21) and Johns Hopkins (May 5) ... did not surrender a goal against Holy Cross or Johns Hopkins. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: First team All-America, first team all-state and first team All-FCIAC as a senior goalkeeper ... All-FCIAC honorable mention as a junior ... played under head coach John Wiseman at Wilton High School in Connecticut ... did not play varsity lacrosse until junior year ... varsity lacrosse Leadership Award winner ... garnered U.S. Army Scholar-Athlete Award ... earned one varsity letter in wrestling. PERSONAL: Samuel Richard Somers was born on Jan. 24, 1993, in Portland, Maine ... parents are Thomas Somers and Diane Dolak ... has an older stepbrother, Shayne ... played in a jazz band for six years ... enjoys playing pick-up basketball ... major is Art, Philosophy and Literature.

FRESHMAN LONG STICK MIDFIELD 5-10 • 180 MASSAPEQUA, N.Y. ST. ANTHONY’S (USMAPS)

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PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played the 2012-13 season under head coach Tom Hansen at the USMA Prep School ... two-time all-conference and all-league performer at St. Anthony’s ... garnered All-New York State and All-Tristate honors in lacrosse and football... defeated Chaminade to help St. Anthony’s to a fourth-straight state title during his time with the Friars. PERSONAL: Timothy James Stackpole was born on May 11, 1994, in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... son of Mike and Lynn Stackpole ... has three siblings - Mike, Ashley and Corinne ... high school teammate of current Army junior Jimbo D’Aprile at St. Anthony’s ... first member of his family to embark on a military career ... plans to follow in family members’ footsteps and become a New York City fireman after completing his military obligations ... loves playing and watching football ... major is undeclared.

JACKSON TAMASITIS

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FRESHMAN GOALKEEPER 5-8 • 170 BENSALEM, PA. WILLIAM PENN CHARTER (USMAPS)

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent 2012-13 as a goalie at the USMA Prep School ... played for head coach Pat McDonough at William Penn Charter School and Ebe Helm and John Christmas for the Dukes Lacrosse Club ... three-time second team All-Inter-Academic League honoree ... nabbed the team’s Coaches Award as a senior ... captained both the football and lacrosse teams ... honorable mention all-league performer on the gridiron. PERSONAL: Jackson Joseph Tamasitis was born on Feb. 11, 1993, in Abington, Pa. ... son of John and Donna Tamasitis ... has an older brother, Kevin ... began playing goalie in eighth grade after being taught by former All-American goalie at Navy, Joe Donnelly ... sings to himself in goal ... has three cousins playing women’s lacrosse at the Division I level at Notre Dame (Maggie Tamasitis), Duquesne (Courtney Tamasitis) and St. Bonaventure (Kristi Tamasitis) ... lists football, reading, working out, music, surfing, golfing and going to the beach among his hobbies ... major is undeclared.

DAVID TARSA SENIOR MIDFIELD 5-8 • 180 HARKER HEIGHTS, TEXAS HARKER HEIGHTS SOMERS’ CAREER NUMBERS Year 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS Min. 4/0 36:51 13/13 693:41 17/13 730:32

Svs. 4 118 122

Pct. .444 .587 .581

GA 5 83 88

GAA 8.14 7.18 7.23

W-L 0-0 7-6 7-6

GB 6 30 36

17

2013: Played in all but two games in Army’s third line midfield as a junior ... scored his fourth career goal in the Black Knights’ 14-7 win at rival Navy (Apr. 13) ... added his first career assist the previous game versus 11th-ranked

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS MEET THE BLACK KNIGHTS (David Tarsa continued) Bucknell (Apr. 6) ... totaled two points, three shots on goal and one ground ball on the year. 2012: Played in four games ... scored both goals on the year in a productive season debut against visiting Wagner (Feb. 15) ... scored two goals on three shots against the Seahawks ... went on to earn playing time against VMI (Feb. 18), Cornell (Mar. 3) and Holy Cross (Apr. 21) ... did not figure statistically in the remaining three games. 2011: Scored lone goal of the season in his collegiate debut ... played the fourth quarter in a14-1 win over Wagner (Mar. 13) ... netted the Black Knights’ 12th goal of the game unassisted midway through the fourth quarter ... one game played as a rookie.

(Paul Tocci continued) Sudbury Regional High School ... member of Laxachusetts on the club level ... four-year letterwinner at Lincoln Sudbury ... named a Dual County League AllStar ... served as team captain ... also lettered in football. PERSONAL: Paul Louis Tocci was born on March 24, 1994, in Boston, Mass. ... son of Paul and Diane Tocci ... has two sisters, Jessica and Brooke ... paternal grandfather, Paul Tocci Sr., was a chief petty officer in the Navy ... maternal grandfather, George Misakian, served as a U.S. Army corporal ... enjoys spending free time at the beach and with friends and family ... major is Engineering Management.

CONNOR VAN DUZER

PERSONAL: David Michael Tarsa was born in Frankfurt, Germany on April 17, 1992 ... parents are Mike and Linda Tarsa ... has one sister, Jessica ... both parents are West Point graduates ... father, Mike, graduated in 1987, while his mother, Linda, graduated in 1989 ... father is an active duty colonel in the U.S. Army ... moved from Germany when he was six days old ... lived in Hawaii for three years before moving to Texas ... graduated high school in the top 10 percent of his class ... enjoys watching The Office ... cheers for the Boston professional sports teams ... major is Management.

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SOPHOMORE MIDFIELD 5-9 • 183 DOVER, MASS. THE RIVERS SCHOOL

PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Two-time all-state performer at Harker Heights High School under coach John Gilliam ... four-year letterwinner ... captained the team as a junior and senior ... two-time all-district football standout at Harker Heights, playing safety and kicker ... earned two varsity letters on the gridiron ... named all-area at safety following his junior campaign ... twice earned alldistrict plaudits as a defender on the soccer pitch ... earned three letters in soccer ... captained team as a senior ... earned all-academic accolades in football and soccer.

2013: Made his collegiate debut in Army’s 14-5 Patriot League win at Holy Cross (Apr. 20) ... did not figure statistically in lone appearance on the year. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Lettered four years in lacrosse at The Rivers School ... played under head coach Justin Walker ... named All-TVL second team in 2010 ... All-ISL team selection in 2012 ... also lettered three years in soccer. PERSONAL: Conor Daniel Van Duzer was born on May 30, 1993, in Newport News, Va. ... son of Nate and Beth Van Duzer ... eldest of three siblings Annie, Aidan and Riley ... father, Nate, lettered in wrestling at West Point ... he graduated in 1991 and was commissioned in the Corps of Engineers where he served in the 497th Engineer Company (Port Construction) ... enjoys soccer and dirt biking ... major is Law and Legal Studies. VAN DUZER’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2013 Career

GP/GS 1/0 1/0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Shots 0 0

GB 0 0

HENRY WHITE

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FRESHMAN ATTACK 6-1 • 190 RICHMOND, VA. ST. CHRISTOPHER’S (USMAPS) TARSA’S CAREER NUMBERS Year 2011 2012 2013 Career

GP/GS 1/0 4/0 12/0 17/0

G 1 2 1 4

A 0 0 1 1

Pts 1 2 2 5

Shots 1 3 3 7

GB 0 0 1 1

PAUL TOCCI

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SOPHOMORE DEFENSE 6-1 • 188 SUDBURY, MASS. LINCOLN SUDBURY SCHOOL

2012-13: Member of the junior varsity team. PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Played for coaches Brian Vona, Timothy Jason and Dave Evans at Lincoln

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PRIOR TO WEST POINT: Spent the 2012-13 season playing for head coach Tom Hansen at the USMA Prep School ... played under head coach John Burke at St. Christopher’s School prior to that ... selected to participate in the Warrior 40 Final Competition at Harvard in 2011 ... the event features some of the top lacrosse athletes nationwide each year ... St. Christopher’s reached the state championship game in 2011 after upsetting No. 1 St. Stevens-St. Agnes in the semifinals. PERSONAL: Henry Newman White was born on July 15, 1993, in Newport News, Va. ... son of Richard White and Stephanie Slack ... stepmother is Jennifer White and stepfather is John Slack ... has four siblings - Walker, Bailey, Corbett and Quint ... Walker is a member of the West Point Class of 2015 ... did not start playing offense until junior year at St. Christopher’s ... underwent reconstructive knee surgery as a senior ... helped maintain and fund Hold Hope, an organization that provides resources to battle teen suicide and depression ... lists playing guitar, fishing and watching moves as his favorite hobbies ... major is undeclared.


@ARMY_LACROSSE 2013 CUMULATIVE SEASON STATISTICS OVERALL: 8-6 ## 21 9 45 35 25 4 77 33 28 24 88 8 50 6 3 46 17 40 42 16 48 26 23 10 13 5 29 19 44 27 2 51 41 37 36 34 32 31 30 22 20 18 15 14 12 11 7

PATRIOT LEAGUE: 4-2

NAME GP Glesener, John 14 Thul, Garrett 14 Newsome, Alex 14 Mazzone, Will 14 Brennan, Pat 14 Boyd, Andrew 14 Cook, Connor 14 Coll, Tim 14 Van Krevel, Alex 14 Kamide, Tyler 14 Daly, Alex 13 Ghidotti, Matt 13 Perettine, Mike 14 Buckley, Brendan 14 Carros, Alex 14 Haddock, Kip 14 Tarsa, David 12 D’Aprile, Jimbo 14 DeStefano, Al 14 Mezer, Matt 10 Moore, Jimbo 12 Canara, A.J. 6 Poulos, Luke 11 Larrabee, Michael 14 Mullins, Shea 11 Faircloth, Ehret 3 O’Donnell, Will 6 Michalowski, Andrew 5 Burk, John 14 Finney, Sam 6 Somers, Sam 13 Schurr, Kevin 2 Schultz, Austin 10 Van Duzer, Conor 1 Madarasz, Brendan 1 Gustafson, Nate 1 Monteferante, Chris 3 Epp, Kevin 7 Sabert, John 2 Jollota, Sean 14 Isnardi, Nick 5 Hart, Pat 12 Sincero, Bobby 6 Baird, Billy 1 Pesa, Marc 8 Danahy, Evan 2 Shade, Tom 4 TOTAL 14 OPPONENTS 14

GS 14 14 14 7 0 7 7 0 14 7 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 13 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 1 0 0 0 0

G 31 41 18 11 6 5 4 4 6 3 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 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 0 141 109

HOME: 3-3

A PTS SH SHOT% 30 61 111 .279 5 46 155 .265 6 24 49 .367 8 19 26 .423 11 17 38 .158 6 11 22 .227 6 10 19 .211 4 8 12 .333 1 7 48 .125 3 6 13 .231 3 5 7 .286 1 3 5 .400 2 3 9 .111 0 2 4 .500 1 2 8 .125 1 2 6 .167 1 2 3 .333 2 2 2 .000 0 1 7 .143 0 1 1 1.000 1 1 4 .000 1 1 2 .000 1 1 2 .000 1 1 1 .000 1 1 0 .000 0 0 3 .000 0 0 2 .000 0 0 2 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 96 237 564 .250 59 168 435 .251

SHOTS SOG 60 98 29 19 23 14 12 9 19 6 5 3 6 3 4 5 3 1 5 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 334 251

SOG% .541 .632 .592 .731 .605 .636 .632 .750 .396 .462 .714 .600 .667 .750 .500 .833 1.000 .500 .714 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .667 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .592 .577

AWAY: 4-2 UP 6 7 8 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 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 24 22

GOALS DN GB 0 21 0 30 0 24 0 17 0 9 0 6 0 15 0 6 0 10 0 6 0 75 0 4 0 2 0 24 0 4 0 2 0 1 0 21 0 32 0 6 0 5 0 11 0 4 0 11 0 14 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 21 0 1 0 30 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 24 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 463 1 418

T/O 23 35 12 10 19 5 5 8 8 7 7 3 3 6 3 3 4 3 4 1 2 2 1 5 0 0 0 1 3 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 3 1 4 2 0 0 1 0 212 238

NEUTRAL: 1-1

CT 2 6 2 0 1 0 3 0 1 4 3 1 2 19 0 0 0 12 12 1 1 3 0 8 1 0 0 0 9 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 10 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 117 97

FACEOFF 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 140-239 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 20-53 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 0-1 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 161-299 138-299

PCT .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .586 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .377 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .538 .462

PEN 3 4 2 3 1 1 0 0 3 3 6 2 1 11 0 1 1 6 4 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 72 76

MIN 3.0 3.0 1.5 2.5 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 2.5 2.0 5.5 1.5 0.5 10.0 0.0 1.0 0.5 6.0 3.0 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.5 0.0 3.5 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 63.5 60.5

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Name Somers, Sam Sincero, Bobby Danahy, Evan Total Opponents

GP 13 6 2 14 14

------- GOAL AVERAGE ------Minutes GA GAAvg 693:41 83 7.18 142:09 25 10.55 4:10 1 14.40 840:00 109 7.79 840:00 141 10.07

GS 13 1 0

----- SAVES ----Saves Pct 118 .587 23 .479 1 .500 142 .566 193 .578

----- RECORD ----W L T 7 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 6 0 6 8 0

Shots Faced 359 70 6 435 564

GOALS BY PERIOD Army Opponents

1st 36 19

2nd 34 27

3rd 37 32

4th 34 31

Total 141 109

SHOTS ON GOAL BY PRD Army Opponents

1st 90 44

2nd 79 68

3rd 82 70

4th 83 69

Total 334 251

SHOTS BY PERIOD Army Opponents

1st 139 87

2nd 138 121

3rd 143 115

4th 144 112

Total 564 435

SAVES BY PERIOD Army Opponents

1st 25 54

2nd 41 45

3rd 38 45

4th 38 49

Total 142 193

CLEARS: Army -- 230-264 .871, Opponents -- 234-288 .812. MAN-UP OPPS: Army -- 24-65 .369, Opponents -- 22-63 .349.

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS (GOALS-ASSISTS-POINTS; GROUND BALLS) # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 77 88

Name Bokmeyer Somers Carros Boyd Faircloth Buckley Shade Ghidotti Thul Larrabee Danahy Pesa Mullins Baird Sincero Mezer Tarsa Hart Michalowski Isnardi Glesener Jollota Poulos Kamide Brennan Canara Finney Van Krevel O’Donnell Sabert Epp Monteferante Coll Gustafson Mazzone Madarasz Van Duzer D’Aprile Schultz DeStefano Burk Newsome Haddock DeLap Moore Butters Perettine Schurr Cook Daly

UMass DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-1-1; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 1 1-1-2; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 3-2-5; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 1-1-2; 1 0-0-0; 1 DNP 2-0-2; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 1-0-1; 1 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1; 0 DNP 1-0-1; 0 0-1-1; 4

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

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

Syracuse DNP 0-0-0; 2 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 4 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 2 DNP DNP 1-0-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 1-0-1; 0 0-1-1; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 4

Michigan DNP 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 0 1-1-2; 2 DNP 0-0-0; 3 DNP 0-0-0; 0 7-1-8; 3 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 DNP 1-4-5; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-1-1; 2 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 1-2-3; 0 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 4 0-0-0; 2 2-0-2; 1 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-2-2; 3 0-0-0; 3

Rutgers DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-1-1; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 1 DNP 1-0-1; 0 2-0-2; 1 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 4-1-5; 1 0-0-0; 4 DNP 0-1-1; 0 1-2-3; 1 0-0-0; 1 DNP 1-0-1; 1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 2 1-1-2; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-1-1; 1 0-0-0; 5

Lehigh DNP 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 3 DNP 0-0-0; 0 1-2-3; 1 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 3-1-4; 2 0-0-0; 2 DNP 0-1-1; 0 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 2 DNP 1-0-1; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 1-0-1; 2 0-1-1; 0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 4

Lafayette DNP 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 6-0-6; 3 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 1 DNP 4-4-8; 3 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 0-1-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 1-1-2; 2 DNP 1-0-1; 1 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 4 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 3 1-1-2; 2 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 1-0-1; 0 DNP 0-1-1; 1 1-0-1; 7

Colgate DNP 0-0-0; 5 0-0-0; 0 2-0-2; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 2 DNP 0-0-0; 0 1-0-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 3 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP 5-1-6; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 1-1-2; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP 0-2-2; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 2 DNP DNP 0-1-1; 2 0-0-0; 0 1-0-1; 3 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 5

Bucknell DNP 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 3 DNP 1-0-1; 0 3-0-3; 2 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-1-1; 0 DNP DNP DNP 0-2-2; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-1-1; 0 0-1-1; 0 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 2-2-4; 1 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 4 0-0-0; 0 1-0-1; 2 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 1 1-0-1; 6

Navy DNP 0-0-0; 4 1-0-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 4-0-4; 1 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 3 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 1-0-1; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 3-4-7; 1 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 1-1-2; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 1-0-1; 0 DNP 1-1-2; 1 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 2 1-0-1; 0 1-0-1; 0 DNP 0-1-1; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-2-2; 9

Holy Cross DNP 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-1-1; 1 0-0-0; 0 2-0-2; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 1-0-1; 2 0-0-0; 2 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-1-1; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 3-2-5; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 1 1-0-1; 0 1-0-1; 0 DNP DNP 1-1-2; 2 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 0 2-0-2; 1 0-0-0; 0 1-1-2; 2 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-1-1; 2 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 0-0-0; 3 1-0-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 1 DNP 1-0-1; 1 0-0-0; 9

Bucknell DNP 0-0-0; 4 0-1-1; 1 0-2-2; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 2-0-2; 0 0-0-0; 2 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 DNP DNP 2-2-4; 1 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-1-1; 1 DNP DNP 1-0-1; 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 3-1-4; 5 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 3 0-0-0; 0 1-0-1; 1 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 12

Hopkins DNP 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 0-0-0; 1 DNP 0-0-0; 3 DNP 0-1-1; 0 2-0-2; 2 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 3 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 6 DNP DNP 0-1-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 0 1-0-1; 0 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 1 DNP DNP 0-0-0; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 2 1-0-1; 2 0-0-0; 0 DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1; 0 DNP 0-0-0; 0 0-0-0; 5

GOALTENDING STATISTICS: SAVES-GOALS ALLOWED; MINUTES PLAYED # 2 15 11

Name Somers Sincero Danahy

UMass 3-5; 19:04 8-11; 40:56 DNP

Manhattan DNP 7-8; 60:00 DNP

VMI 1-4; 30:00 7-4: 28:18 0-0; 1:42

Syracuse 18-6; 60:00 DNP DNP

Michigan 12-1; 54:27 0-0; 5:33 DNP

Rutgers 9-8; 60:00 DNP DNP

Lehigh 7-10; 60:00 DNP DNP

Lafayette 7-6; 55:57 0-1; 4:03 DNP

Colgate 13-4; 60:00 DNP DNP

Bucknell 7-9; 60:00 DNP DNP

Navy 7-6; 57:32 DNP 1-1; 2:28

Colgate 10-17 DNP DNP 0-0 0-0

Bucknell 12-20 0-1 DNP 0-0 0-0

Navy 19-22 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

Holy Cross 10-4; 56:42 1-1; 3:18 DNP

Bucknell 12-12; 60:00 DNP DNP

Hopkins 11-9; 60:00 DNP DNP

FACEOFF STATISTICS: FACEOFFS WON - TAKEN # 88 16 20 22 77

Name Daly Mezer Isnardi Jollota Cook

UMass 9-18 4-9 0-1 0-0 0-0

Manhattan 13-23 2-2 DNP 0-0 0-0

VMI DNP 8-21 1-2 0-0 0-1

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Syracuse 6-12 DNP DNP DNP 0-0

Michigan 5-11 3-6 DNP 0-0 0-0

Rutgers 7-17 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-0

Lehigh 6-19 0-1 DNP 0-0 0-0

Lafayette 11-21 3-5 DNP 0-0 0-0

Holy Cross 15-19 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-0

Bucknell 20-24 DNP DNP 0-0 0-0

Hopkins 8-17 DNP DNP 0-0 0-0


@ARMY_LACROSSE 2013 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS TEAM STATISTICS ARMY OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts 141-564 109-435 Goals scored per game 10.07 7.79 Shot pct. .250 .251 Shots on goal-Attempts334-564 251-435 SOG pct. .592 .577 Shots/Game 40.3 31.1 Assists 96 59 MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES Goals-Opportunities 24-67 Conversion Percent .358

22-64 .344

GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Man-up Man-down Unassisted Overtime Goals scored average

141 24 0 45 0 10.07

109 22 1 50 0 7.79

GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS

463 212 117

418 238 97

FACEOFFS (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct.

161-299 .538

138-299 .462

CLEARS Clear Pct.

230-264 .871

234-288 .812

72 63:30

76 60:30

PENALTIES Number Minutes

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS POINTS 8 John Glesener vs. Lafayette (Mar. 23) Garrett Thul vs. Michigan (Mar. 2) Garrett Thul vs. VMI (Feb. 16) GOALS 7

Garrett Thul vs. Michigan (Mar. 2) Garrett Thul vs. VMI (Feb. 16)

ASSISTS 4 John Glesener at Navy (Apr. 13) John Glesener vs. Lafayette (Mar. 23) John Glesener vs. Michigan (Mar. 2) SHOTS 19

Garrett Thul vs. VMI (Feb. 16)

SHOTS ON GOAL 14 Garrett Thul vs. Michigan (Mar. 2) SAVES 18

Sam Somers at Syracuse (Feb. 24)

GROUND BALLS 12 Alex Daly vs. Bucknell (Apr. 26) CAUSED TURNOVERS 5 Brendan Buckley vs. Lehigh (Mar. 16)

For the second year in a row, Army and UMass clashed in the season opener on Feb. 10.

GAME 1 FEBRUARY 10 #12/13 UMASS 16, ARMY 9 AMHERST, Mass. - Six different players scored goals, including sophomore attackman John Glesener’s second career hat trick, but turnovers and clearing struggles plagued the Army lacrosse team in a 16-9 loss at No. 12/13 Massachusetts. In a game delayed one day due to severe winter storm implications, neither team led by more than one goal over the first quarter of the game. The Minutemen used a 12-5 run over the final three quarters to put the game away. Glesener’s hat trick highlighted a five-point day for the Central New York native, as he added a teamhigh two assists in a standout effort. Covered tightly all afternoon by UMass’ Jake Smith, senior attackman Garrett Thul managed two points (1G, 1A), while senior midfielder Alex Van Krevel added a pair of second-half goals. Senior Pat Brennan added a single goal as well. Making their first career starts, sophomore middie Alex Newsome and freshman attackman Connor Cook scored single goals in the setback. UMass’ Matt Whippen paced the Minutemen with six points (5G, 1A). The Black Knights held senior AllAmerican attackman Will Manny to just one goal on the afternoon. Fourteen of the Minutemen’s 16 goals were scored out of the midfield. The Minutemen rode Army all day long, creating a disruption in the clearing game that saw the Black Knights go 9-of-14. UMass also held a 23-16 advantage in ground balls and outshot Army 47-30. Both teams relied on new starting goalkeepers for the 2013 lid lifter. For the Black Knights, sophomore Sam Somers got the early call before junior Bobby Sincero entered the contest midway through the second quarter. Sincero made eight saves in just under 41 minutes of work. UMass’ Zachary Oliveri made seven stops and played all but the final two minutes. Game Notes: Sunday’s opener matched last year for

the earliest start in the program’s 96-year history ... UMass leads the all-time series 13-9 ... Garrett Thul extended the longest goal-scoring streak in the nation to 40 games ... he also tallied his 17th career assist ... junior close defenseman John Burk earned his first career start on Sunday ... eight freshman drew their first collegiate playing time ... amongst that group was Alex Daly, who went 9-of-18 in the face-off “x” ... the teams combined for 15 penalties (Army - eight; UMass - seven) on the day ... Daley and sophomore long stick midfielder Jimbo D’Aprile paced Army with four and three ground balls, respectively ... freshman midfielder Mike Perettine scored his first collegiate point on a third-quarter assist.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD ARMY #12/13 UMASS

1 4 4

2 3 1

3 6 3

4 3 1

Total 16 9

SCORING ARMY: Glesener 3-2, Van Krevel 2-0, Thul 1-1, Brennan 1-1, Newsome 1-0, Cook 1-0, Boyd 0-1, Daly 0-1, Perettine 0-1. UMASS: Whippen 5-1, Sokol 3-3, Muller 2-1, Mooney 2-0, Smith 1-3, Manny 1-0, Cleary 1-0, Jurgelevich 1-0, Tyler 0-4, Whiteway 0-1. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 19:04, 5 GA, 3 saves; Sincero - 40:56, 11 GA, 8 saves. UMASS: Oliveri - 58:02, 9 GA, 7 saves; Goodhue - 1:58, 0 GA, 0 saves. ARMY UMASS Shots 10-6-3-11=30 10-15-15-7=47 Saves 1-4-5-1=11 3-1-0-3=7 Face-Offs 13/28 15/28 Ground Balls 6-4-3-2=15 9-2-8-4=23 Clears 9-14 10-11 Ex. Man Opp. 1-7 3-8 Penalties 8/6:00 7/4:00 Att: 534

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS 2013 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS GAME 2 FEBRUARY 13 ARMY 14, MANHATTAN 8 WEST POINT, N.Y. - In the first meeting between the two programs, Army’s offense clicked on all cylinders and handed visiting Manhattan a 14-8 loss in the Black Knights’ home opener Wednesday afternoon at Michie Stadium. Senior attackman Garrett Thul registered his 24th career hat trick, while sophomores Alex Newsome and John Glesener added five points each. Coming off a tough loss at No. 12 UMass on Sunday, the Black Knights showed no signs of hangover in their first victory of 2013. Thul’s four goals led all players and extended the nation’s longest goal-scoring streak to 41 games. Newsome’s breakout performance included his first career hat trick (3G, 2A), and Glesener turned in his second standout effort of the season with two goals and as many assists. In addition, freshman attackman Connor Cook totaled a career-high three points (2G, 1A) to highlight a host of contributing youngsters. Army (1-1) rose above Manhattan (0-2) goalkeeper Michael Wiatrak, who turned in a 20-save performance and kept the Jaspers in the game. The Black Knights took 53 shots and dominated the ground ball battle, 49-31. Much of Army’s offense came due to increased possession. Freshman Alex Daly won 13 face-offs to help the cause. The final six-goal margin matched the largest of the game, as the Black Knights enjoyed previous leads of 8-2, 10-4, 12-6 and 13-7. Game Notes: Army owns a 74-22 record in home openers ... Army begins a new series with Manhattan and Michigan this season ... the Black Knights’ opening week includes three games in seven days ... eight different Army players scored a point in the win ... the teams combined for 15 penalties ... Garrett Thul led the team with six ground balls ... senior tri-captain Brendan Buckley added a team-high three caused turnovers ... junior goalkeeper Bobby Sincero made his first career start and finished with seven saves ... senior Matt Ghidotti carried the American flag out of the tunnel.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD MANHATTAN ARMY

1 1 3

2 0 1

3 3 6

4 4 4

Total 8 14

SCORING ARMY: Thul 4-0, Newsome 3-2, Glesener 2-3, Cook 2-1, Mazzone 1-0, Boyd 1-0, Kamide 1-0, Brennan 0-2, Coll 0-1. MANHATTAN: Eidel 3-0, Jarvis 2-1, Godino 1-0, Casson 1-0, Crean 1-0, Payton 0-1. GOALIES ARMY: Sincero - 60:00, 8 GA, 7 saves. MANHATTAN: Wiatrak - 60:00, 14 GA, 20 saves

Shots Saves Face-Offs Ground Balls Clears Ex. Man Opp. Penalties Att: 431

ARMY 10-11-21-11=53 1-4-1-1=7 15/25 14-7-16-12=49 13-14 5-8 7/6:30

MANHATTAN 6-5-4-6=21 5-6-8-1=20 10/25 3-12-8-8=31 16-19 1-7 8/7:00

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Army improved to 6-0 all-time against VMI with a home win on Feb. 16.

GAME 3 FEBRUARY 16 ARMY 14, VMI 8 WEST POINT, N.Y. - Three days later and it was the same result for the Army lacrosse team - a 14-8 victory. The story Saturday, however, was senior attackman Garrett Thul exploding for a careerhigh seven goals and sophomore attackman Alex Newsome (six points) continuing his standout play. Thul added an assist to finish with a careerbest eight points in a monster offensive effort. Thul and Newsome combined for 11 of 14 goals for Army (2-1), which remained a perfect 5-0 against VMI (0-2). Seniors Alex Van Krevel, Andrew Boyd and Matt Mezer each tallied single goals. Sophomore attackman John Glesener added a game-high three assists. Statistically, Army dominated the Keydets, outshooting them 60-18 and owning a 50-31 advantage on ground balls. Thanks in large part to a stellar riding effort, Army’s attack combined for seven caused turnovers. Freshman attackman Connor Cook totaled three alone to lead the team. VMI’s face-off unit, coupled with a 33 of the Black Knights’ 60 shots being on cage, heated up in the second half and helped keep the score from getting out of hand. Mezer, who scored his first career goal six seconds into the second quarter, keyed the Black Knights in winning 16-of-25 face-offs. Army was also 21-of-22 on clears and scored on three of six on extra-man opportunities. After a relatively quiet first half, during which he still managed to tally a pair of goals, Thul caught fire with five second-half goals - three of which came in the final 7:34 of the game. Army, which led 6-4 at the half, gave up backto-back VMI goals to close the third quarter. The spurt pulled the Keydets within 9-7 heading into the final 15 minutes. It was then that Thul and the Black Knights out-scored VMI 5-1 to put the exclamation point on its second win of the season.

Game Notes: Army honored the memory of 1LT Chase Prasnicki, a former Black Knight football player and 2010 West Point graduate who was killed in Afghanistan in June, prior to the game ... Chase’s younger brother plays for VMI ... the boys’ mother, Debbie Arthur, was on hand, along with head football coach Rich Ellerson, Director of Athletics Boo Corrigan and head lacrosse officer representative COL Rick McPeak ... Army donned its gray jerseys, which it only does against other service academies, in a nod to the Long Gray Line ... Garrett Thul extended the nation’s longest goalscoring streak to 42 games ... he now has 134 goals, which is just six off the Academy career mark (Scott Finlay ‘78 has 140) ... sophomore Sam Somers started the game in goal, while junior Bobby Sincero played most of the second half ... senior Evan Danahy drew his first minutes of the season, playing the final 1:42.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD VMI ARMY

1 2 2

2 2 4

3 3 3

4 1 5

Total 8 14

SCORING ARMY: Thul 7-1, Newsome 4-2, Van Krevel 1-0, Boyd 1-0, Mezer 1-0, Glesener, 0-3, Cook 0-1, Larrabee 0-1, Mazzone 0-1, Poulos 0-1. VMI: East 3-1, Mowbray 2-1, Henthorn 1-1, Bull 1-0, Prasnicki 1-0. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 30:00, 4 GA, 1 save, Sincero - 28:18, 4 GA, 7 saves, Danahy - 1:42, 0 GA, 0 saves. VMI: Lindemann - 60:00, 14 GA, 19 saves ARMY VMI Shots 19-15-13-13=60 4-3-6-5=18 Saves 1-0-3-4=8 4-5-5-5=19 Face-Offs 9/25 16-25 Ground Balls 12-15-9-14=50 7-8-10-6=31 Clears 21-22 19-31 Ex. Man Opp. 3-6 2-4 Penalties 4/3:00 8/7:00 Att: 772


@ARMY_LACROSSE 2013 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS GAME 4 FEBRUARY 24 #18/18 SYRACUSE 6, ARMY 2 SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Sophomore goalkeeper Sam Somers stood tall with a career-high 18 saves, but the Army lacrosse team did not have an answer on the offensive end in a 6-2 loss at #18 Syracuse on Sunday afternoon at the Carrier Dome. Sophomore attackman John Glesener and junior middie Tyler Kamide accounted for the Black Knights’ goals, but the Orange defense held the rest of the team in check all afternoon en route its first win of the season. Both of Army’s goals came in the second quarter, but Syracuse netted three of the final four goals of the game to secure the win. Senior midfielder Pat Brennan assisted on Kamide’s score to round out the Black Knights’ point production. Somers scattered 18 saves – the most made by an Army player since Tom Palesky ’11 – throughout the contest. The Wilton, Conn., native turned away seven shots in the second quarter. A defensive struggle from the opening face-off, the Orange drew first blood Billy Ward went low to beat Somers at the 4:24 mark. The Black Knights looked to level the score with a long possession not long after, but were unsuccessful in four shots shots down the stretch. The 1-0 lead held at the end of the first frame. After Army successfully killed a Syracuse manup chance early in the second quarter, the Orange took advantage later on the same possession, pushing its lead to 2-0 with a Scott Loy goal at the 11:42 mark. Syracuse won the ensuing face-off and scored again less than two minutes later as Luke Cometti score at 10:09 put them on top, 3-0. The Black Knights cashed in on its first lengthy possession of the quarter as Brennan fed Kamide, playing in front of a hometown crowd, for a tricky behind-the-back score at the 8:15 mark. Syracuse quickly stole the momentum back with back-toback goals over the next four minutes to match its largest lead of the game, 5-1. Glesener found himself in space and ripped an eight-yard lazer with just under four minutes left in the half, pulling the Black Knights within 5-2

GAME 5 MARCH 2 ARMY 12, MICHIGAN 1 with 3:53 on the clock. Somers stood tall in the goal throughout the opening 30 minutes of action, registering eight first-half saves. Freshman midfielder Alex Daly won the opening face-off of the second half, resulting in two quality shots over the first two minutes for the Black Knights. Neither got through, however, and Syracuse took advantage of an EMO opportunity on its next possession and pushed its lead to 6-2 with 9:57 remaining in the quarter. The teams played back-and-forth the rest of the way, as the score remained 6-2 at the end of the frame. Army registered six shots in the fourth quarter, including sophomore Alex Newsome bouncing one off the post at 9:15, but could not punch the ball through. Syracuse came up empty on nine fourthquarter shots to provide the final 6-2 decision. Game Notes: Garrett Thul saw the nation’s longest goal-scoring streak end at 42 games … Thul was held scoreless for just the second time in his career … Army’s six goals allowed are the fewest it has yielded this season.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD ARMY #18/18 SYRACUSE

1 0 1

2 2 4

3 0 1

4 0 0

Total 2 6

SCORING ARMY: Glesener 1-0, Kamide 1-0, Brennan 0-1. SYRACUSE: Donahue 1-1, Maltz 1-0, Loy 1-0, Ward 1-0, Cometti 1-0, DeJoe 1-0, Marasco 0-1, Rice 0-1, Walters 0-1. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 60:00, 6 GA, 18 saves SYRACUSE: Wardwell - 60:00, 2 GA, 11 saves Shots Saves Face-Offs Ground Balls Clears Ex. Man Opp. Penalties Att: 3,614

ARMY 6-7-6-6=25 3-7-4-4=18 6/12 6-5-6-4=21 23-23 0-2 3/2:00

SYRACUSE 8-18-9-9=44 4-3-2-2=11 6/12 8-13-7-6=34 24-26 2-3 2/1:00

MIAMI, Fla. - Senior attackman Garrett Thul led all players with seven goals en route to breaking Army’s all-time goals record in a 12-1 win over Michigan on Saturday night. Playing in the marquee game of the second Orange Bowl Lacrosse Classic at Sun Life Stadium, Thul’s effort brought his career total to 141 career goals and broke Scott Finlay’s mark, which was set from 1975-78. In the first meeting between the two programs, Army (3-2) dominated the Wolverines from the start and held an opponent to one goal for the first time since 2011. For his standout efforts, Thul took home the game’s Most Valuable Player award and gave all credit to his teammates in a speech following the game. Thul added one assist to lead all players with eight points on the night. Sophomore attackman John Glesener finished with five points (1G, 4A), while sophomore midfielder Alex Newsome added a pair of goals. Freshman attackman Will Mazzone and senior midfielder Andrew Boyd each added single goals in the Black Knights’ third victory of the season. Peter Kraus scored Michigan’s (0-4) lone goal of the game with 10:27 left in the second quarter. The Black Knights scored all three goals of the first quarter and rattled off nine unanswered after Kraus’ goal to secure the win. During that scoring surge, Thul scored a natural hat trick with a trio of second-quarter goals spanning from 9:21-5:22. Army outshot the Wolverines 52-18 and scored three man-up goals. The teams nearly split face-off wins with Michigan holding a slight 9-of-18 edge. The Black Knights picked up 35 ground balls, including a team high four from sophomore defensive midfielder Al DeStefano, to the Wolverines’ 32. Appropriately, Thul got Army on the board 5:13 into the game off a feed from Glesener, who later found Boyd from “x” for the Black Knights’ second goal at the 6:26 mark. On the ensuing face-off, which rookie Alex Daly won, freshman Connor Cook picked up the ground ball and found Thul for a turnaround shot that gave the Black Knights a 3-0 lead with 6:11 to go in the first quarter. Michigan’s lone goal of the game opened the second quarter scoring at the 10:27 mark. Just over a minute later Thul began his three-goal assault, which included a pair of man-up goals off Mazzone assists, extending the Black Knights’ lead to a comfortable 6-1. Army starting goalkeeper Sam Somers made eight of his 12 saves in the second half, helping to keep Michigan off the scoreboard. The Black Knights, meanwhile, exploded for six second-half goals. Newsome scored back-to-back spanning the third and fourth quarters, while Thul’s record-breaking goal came as Army took advantage of a failed Michigan clear and scored with 7:02 remaining in the game. Boyd earned the assist on the play.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD ARMY MICHIGAN

All-American John Glesener took on Syracuse for the first time in 2013 at the celebrated Carrier Dome.

1 3 0

2 3 1

3 3 0

4 3 0

Total 12 1

SCORING ARMY: Thul 7-1, Newsome, 2-0, Glesener 1-4, Mazzone 1-2, Boyd 1-1, Cook 0-2, Brennan 0-1. MICHIGAN: Kraus 1-0. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 54:27, 1 GA, 12 saves Sincero - 5:33, 0 GA, 0 saves MICHIGAN: Logan - 60:00, 12 GA, 25 saves ARMY MICHIGAN Shots 13-15-11-14=53 5-4-5-4=18 Saves 2-2-4-4=12 6-7-4-8=25 Face-Offs 8/17 9/17 Ground Balls 10-10-10-8=38 14-8-4-6=32 Clears 19-20 19-25 Ex. Man Opp. 3-7 0-3 Penalties 3/2:00 8/7:00 Att: 3,720

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS 2013 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS GAME 6 MARCH 9 ARMY 10, RUTGERS 8 PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Sophomore attackman John Glesener led all players with a career-high four goals as the Army lacrosse team edged Rutgers, 10-8, on Saturday afternoon at the RU Stadium Complex. A back-and-forth contest all afternoon, Glesener scored a clutch insurance goal with 1:31 remaining to clinch the Black Knights’ victory. In the 66th-straight meeting between the two programs, Army (4-2) out-shot Rutgers (2-5) 41-28 and scored two man-up goals en route to the win. Senior attackman Garrett Thul netted a pair of scores in his home state, while Alex Newsome, Pat Brennan, Alex Van Krevel and Matt Ghidotti each scored single goals. The Black Knights scored four of the first five goals of the game to build a 4-1 lead midway through the second quarter. The Scarlet Knights scored twice in the final three minutes of the half to pull within 4-3 at intermission. Army scored a game-high four goals in the third quarter and led 8-6 on a Thul goal with 20 seconds left in the quarter. The teams traded goals a combined four goals in the fourth quarter, including Glesener’s clutch goal and a timely face-off win for rookie Alex Daly to keep possession and keep the ball out of Rutgers’ stick. A wild final 15 minutes saw each team score twice, but Daly won three of four face-offs to help Army possess the ball throughout much of the final frame. Brennan scored his second goal of the season on a pass from junior middie Tyler Kamide to make it 9-7 Army with 8:05 to play. The Scarlet Knights scored man-up with 6:54 on the clock to inch within 9-8 as DePaolera beat Somers. More than five scoreless minutes ensued before Glesener netted his fourth goal of the day, a rocket with 1:31 remaining just after a Rutgers penalty had expired. Daly won the face-off and Army hung on for the victory. Game Notes: John Glesener tied his career-high with five points (4G, 1A) for the second game in a row … he led Army in scoring last season against Rutgers as well (3G, 2A) … former Army great Scott Finlay ’79 was in attendance … Finlay held the program’s goalscoring record (140) for 35 years before Garrett Thul broke it last weekend against Michigan … the victory was Army’s sixth-straight against Rutgers ... the series dates back to 1923 … senior goalkeeper Evan Danahy carried the American flag onto the field pregame.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD ARMY #18/18 SYRACUSE

1 0 1

2 2 4

3 0 1

4 0 0

Total 2 6

SCORING ARMY: Glesener 1-0, Kamide 1-0, Brennan 0-1. SYRACUSE: Donahue 1-1, Maltz 1-0, Loy 1-0, Ward 1-0, Cometti 1-0, DeJoe 1-0, Marasco 0-1, Rice 0-1, Walters 0-1. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 60:00, 6 GA, 18 saves SYRACUSE: Wardwell - 60:00, 2 GA, 11 saves Shots Saves Face-Offs Ground Balls Clears Ex. Man Opp. Penalties Att: 3,614

ARMY 6-7-6-6=25 3-7-4-4=18 6/12 6-5-6-4=21 23-23 0-2 3/2:00

SYRACUSE 8-18-9-9=44 4-3-2-2=11 6/12 8-13-7-6=34 24-26 2-3 2/1:00

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GAME 7 MARCH 16 #16/15 LEHIGH 10, ARMY 6

2013 Defensive Player of the Year Brendan Buckley against Lehigh last spring at Michie Stadium.

WEST POINT, N.Y. - For the second week in a row, Army sophomore attackman John Glesener put up a hat trick to lead the Black Knights, but this Saturday it was not enough to produce a victory as his team suffered a 10-6 loss to No. 16/15 Lehigh in the Patriot League opener for both teams at Michie Stadium. Glesener paced Army’s (4-3) attack with three goals en route to his third hat trick of the season. Senior attackman Garrett Thul punched in one goal and added a career-high two assists, while sophomore Alex Newsome and freshman Will Mazzone added single goals. Earning its second-straight victory, Lehigh (5-3) got three goals out of middie Brian Hess and two each from David DiMaria and Alex Drake. Reigning Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year Matt Poillon, making his second start of the season, finished with 15 saves. A sluggish first half cost the Black Knights in the four-goal setback. Army trailed 6-2 at the half, while both teams tallied four second-half goals. Thul, Newsome and Mazzone all scored as Army out-tallied the Mountain Hawks 3-1 in the third quarter and pulled within 7-5. Lehigh responded with a 3-1 run to close the game and escape with its third-straight win over the Black Knights. Lehigh out-shot Army 34-29 and held a 3721 advantage in ground balls. The Mountain Hawks won 14-of-20 face-offs - 13 of which were courtesy of second team all-league performer Ryan Snyder. Lehigh committed 21 turnovers on the day, while Army surrendered 18. The Black Knights scored the only man-up goal of the afternoon. The Mountain Hawks jumped out to a 2-0 lead, but the Glesener got the Black Knights on the board with a goal with 56 seconds left in the opening quarter to slice Lehigh’s lead in half. The second quarter was all Lehigh, scoring four goals to Army’s one - Glesener’s eight-yard score from Tyler Kamide. The Mountain Hawks took a 6-2 lead into the locker room. Army came out swinging to open the third, as

Thul fed Mazzone for goal just outside the crease at the 11:08 mark for the Black Knights’ third goal of the game. Lehigh answered less than four minutes later to lead 7-3, but Thul and Newsome scored back-to-back over the final 3:04 to inch Army within 7-5 at the end of 45 minutes of action. Thul’s goal came just after a Lehigh penalty expired as fellow senior Kip Haddock tallied his first assist of the season. The Mountain Hawks were called for a cross check not long after - capping a stretch of three-straight Lehigh penalties - which allowed Newsome to net the lone man-up goal of the game. Glesener earned the assist to round out his four-point effort. Lehigh went back up by three, 8-5, less than two minutes into the fourth quarter on a Dan Taylor goal. The Mountain Hawks continued to wear down Army’s defense with long possessions and cashed in again with 9:17 remaining to go up 9-5. Glesener’s third goal of the game with 6:11 left sparked the Black Knights, but Lehigh quickly took possession and continued to eat up the clock. The Mountain Hawks scored their final goal with 1:17 remaining.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD #16/15 LEHIGH ARMY

1 2 1

2 4 1

3 1 3

4 3 1

Total 10 6

SCORING ARMY: Glesener 3-1, Thul 1-2, Newsome 1-0, Mazzone 1-0, Haddock 0-1, Kamide 0-1. LEHIGH: Hess 3-1, DiMaria 2-1, Drake 2-0, Taylor 1-1, Fantoni 1-1, Corbett 1-0. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 60:00, 10 GA, 7 saves LEHIGH: Poillon - 60:00, 6 GA, 15 saves Shots Saves Face-Offs Ground Balls Clears Ex. Man Opp. Penalties Att: 1,278

ARMY 2-5-10-12=29 1-2-2-2=7 6/20 5-9-1-6=21 14-18 1-6 6/5:30

LEHIGH 10-9-7-8=34 1-4-4-6=15 14/20 13-8-6-10=37 14-17 0-5 7/6:00


@ARMY_LACROSSE 2013 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS GAME 8 MARCH 23 ARMY 15, LAFAYETTE 6

GAME 9 MARCH 31 ARMY 10, #RV/RV COLGATE 4

WEST POINT, N.Y. - Attackmen Garrett Thul (6G) and John Glesener (4G, 4A) combined for 14 points as the Army lacrosse team clicked on all cylinders in a 15-6 win over visiting Lafayette on Saturday afternoon at Michie Stadium. Earning their first Patriot League win of the season, the Black Knights recorded a season-high number of goals. Thul’s six goals led all players, while Glesener matched career highs in goals (four) and assists (four) and set a career best with eight points. Sophomore middie Alex Newsome and a quartet of freshmen - Tim Coll, Mike Perettine, Will Mazzone and Alex Daly - each registered single goals. In one of the team’s most effective defensive performances this of the season, Army (5-3, 1-1 Patriot League) caused 12 of Lafayette’s (2-7, 0-3) 26 turnovers on the day. The Black Knights also held a 43-35 advantage in ground balls. Army dominated the game offensively from the onset and never took its foot off the gas. The Black Knights carried an 8-1 lead into the halftime locker room after scoring all five second-quarter goals. Lafayette got going early in the second half, scoring two of the first three goals of the third quarter, but Army answered with three-straight to stave off any notion of a rally. Glesener and Thul got things rolling early for the Black Knights, each scoring unassisted goals in the opening three minutes as Army went on top 2-0. Round got Lafayette on the board at the 4:13 mark, but Army quickly made it 3-1 as Thul found the net at 4:05. His second goal of the game came thanks to a Daly face-off win and quick transition with the assist to freshman Connor Cook. The Black Knights went on to score all five second-quarter goals, including three from Thul and two from Glesener. While four of the five goals went unassisted, freshman middie A.J. Canara recorded his first collegiate point on an assist in transition to Thul at the 9:48 mark. Glesener’s goal with 11 seconds left gave the Black Knights a comfortable 7-1 lead, but Daly won the ensuing face-off and scored his first collegiate goal with five seconds on the clock to make it 8-1 at intermission. The Leopards got some offense going in the second half, scoring five of their six goals over the final 30 minutes. Lafayette, however, inched no closer than six goals the rest of the way. After a Cory Scheuele goal pulled the Leopards within 9-3 with 5:39 left in the third quarter, Army reeled off three unanswered goals to hold a 12-3 lead heading into the final quarter. Each team scored three fourth quarter goals, but the damage was already done for Lafayette.

HAMILTON, N.Y. - Sophomore goalkeeper Sam Somers made 13 saves and sophomore attackman John Glesener tallied five goals as the Army lacrosse team picked up a dominating 10-4 win at Colgate on a windy Easter Sunday at Andy Kerr Stadium. The Black Knights clicked on all cylinders en route to their second Patriot League win of the season. Somers turned in one if his best performances of the season, making four saves in the fourth quarter to help preserve the win. Glesener registered his fourthstraight hat trick and led all players with six points to include a career-high five goals. Senior tri-captain Andrew Boyd added two goals, while Pat Brennan, Garrett Thul and Al DeStefano added single goals. Anchored by Somers’ standout effort, the Army (6-3, 2-1 Patriot League) defense held Colgate (7-3, 2-1) to its second-lowest scoring output of the season and ended reigning Tewaaraton Award winner Peter Baum’s 54-game point scoring streak. Senior close defenseman Brendan Buckley marked Baum all afternoon, while junior John Burk surrendered just one goal to Colgate’s second-leading scorer Ryan Walsh. Somers and freshman face-off specialist Alex Daly paced the Black Knights with five ground balls. Daly went 10-of-17 in the “x.” The Black Knights took control from the opening face-off, scoring the first five goals of the game and holding the Raiders scoreless over the opening 26 minutes. Colgate got on the board with 3:56 remaining in the second quarter, but the Black Knights never gave up momentum in the statement victory. Army came out of the gate clicking on all cylinders, not allowing Colgate into its offensive zone over the first three minutes and taking a 2-0 lead in the process. Daly won the opening two face-offs, which helped the Black Knights maintain possession and get a jump on the home Raiders. Glesener bounced a shot off the pipe and in for the first goal of the game. The Black Knights later thwarted Colgate’s first offensive possession with a speedy transition goal as DeStefano, a sophomore defensive middie, netted his first career goal at 10:25. Sophomore long stick midfielder Jimbo D’Aprile earned the assist. After over seven minutes of scoreless lacrosse, the Black Knights pushed their lead to 3-0 as senior tricaptain Andrew Boyd’s rebound shot got past Colgate goalkeeper Conor Murphy at 3:07. The 3-0 score stood at the end of the first quarter. The Black Knights played man-down to start the second quarter due to a two-minute penalty with 30 seconds remaining in the first frame. Army

successfully killed Colgate’s first EMO of the day and got back to work. Army pushed its lead to 5-0 with back-to-back goals over the first eight minutes of the second. Thul’s first score of the game came on a 15-yard rip at 10:21 before Glesener notched his second on a 20-yard laser with 7:29 to play before the half. After holding Colgate’s potent offense scoreless for the first 26:04 of the game, the Black Knights surrendered their first goal at 3:56 as the Raiders pulled within 5-1. That score stood at halftime, as Somers saved a last-second shot from Baum. Army cashed in on a long possession early in the third quarter as Brennan reeled in a Glesener pass to make it 6-1 with 11:07 on the clock. Nearly seven minutes of scoreless play ensued before the Black Knights broke the silence with their seventh score of the game at the 3:32 mark. Freshman Tim Coll hit Boyd close range for his second goal of the day. The Raiders retaliated right away with their second goal on the next possession to pull within 7-2 with 2:29 to play. Glesener went on to complete the hat trick with his third goal at 1:25 as Army held an 8-2 lead after 45 minutes. Somers made three huge saves over the opening four minutes of the fourth quarter, while the Black Knights continued to burn clock with long possessions on the offensive end. Each team tallied two fourthquarter goals, but the damage was already done for Colgate, which ended a four-game win streak.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD ARMY COLGATE

1 3 0

2 2 1

3 3 1

4 2 2

Total 10 4

SCORING ARMY: Glesener 5-1, Boyd 2-0, Brennan 1-1, Thul 1-0, DeStefano 1-0, Coll 0-2, D’Aprile 0-1. COLGATE: Foote 2-0, Walsh 1-0, Brown 1-0. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 60:00, 4 GA, 13 saves COLGATE: Murphy - 55:39, 10 GA, 8 saves Danehy - 4:21, 0 GA, 1 save ARMY Shots 7-10-11-9=37 Saves 1-6-1-5=13 Face-Offs 10/17 Ground Balls 8-10-6-6=30 Clears 19-23 Ex. Man Opp. 1-1 Penalties 1/2:00 Att: 576

COLGATE 4-9-8-8=29 3-2-1-3=9 7/17 6-4-6-8=24 17-20 0-1 2/1:30

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD LAFAYETTE ARMY

1 1 3

2 0 5

3 2 4

4 3 3

Total 6 15

SCORING ARMY: Thul 6-0, Glesener 4-4, Coll, 1-1, Newsome 1-1, Perettine 1-0, Mazzone 1-0, Daly 1-0, Canara 0-1, Cook 0-1. LAFAYETTE: Round 2-0, Dunlap 1-1, Galione 1-0, Scheuerle 1-0, Ahsler 1-0. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 55:57, 5 GA, 7 saves Sincero - 4:03, 1 GA, 0 saves. LAFAYETTE: Falcone - 60:00, 15 GA, 10 saves Shots Saves Face-Offs Ground Balls Clears Ex. Man Opp. Penalties Att: 1,813

ARMY 13-14-10-10=47 1-2-2-2=7 14/26 10-11-10-12=43 16-19 1-3 8/6:00

LAFAYETTE 3-3-9-9=24 5-2-1-2=10 12/26 10-8-9-8=35 14-20 2-7 3/3:00

Garrett Thul ’13 helped Army shut down Colgate in a 10-4 win in Hamilton, N.Y.

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS 2013 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS GAME 10 APRIL 6 #11/13 BUCKNELL 9, ARMY 8 WEST POINT, N.Y. - In a game when neither team led by more than two goals, it seemed fitting that the action would go down to the wire. That it did as visiting No. 11/13 Bucknell edged Army, 9-8, on a sunny Saturday afternoon at Michie Stadium. The Black Knights had the ball over the final 1:41, but the equalizer would not come as Army dropped to 6-4 on the season and 2-2 in Patriot League play. Bucknell remained atop the Patriot League standings with 10-2 overall mark to go with a 4-0 Patriot League record. The Black Knights won nearly every statistical category and hung with the nationally ranked Bison from the opening whistle. Army netted the first two goals of the game and held a 5-3 lead at the half. Bucknell scored the only three quarters of the third quarter, which proved to be the difference. Army outshot Bucknell, 38-26, won 12-of-21 faceoffs and had 25 ground balls to the Bison’s 25. Bucknell senior goalkeeper Kyle Feeney posted 11 saves, including two in the final quarter to help preserve the victory. Army sophomore goalkeeper Sam Somers made seven saves, had three ground balls and tallied two caused turnovers on the afternoon. In a battle of two of the top defensive teams in the country, Army caused 10 of Bucknell’s 14 turnovers. Conversely, the Bison registered six caused turnovers on Army’s dozen miscues. The Black Knights entered the game ranked fifth nationally in scoring defense, while Bucknell held down the ninth spot. Senior Garrett Thul and freshman Will Mazzone, both attackmen, paced Army’s offense with three and two goals, respectively. It marked Thul’s 28 career hat trick, while Mazzone registered a career-best four points on two goals and two assists. Sophomore midfielder Alex Newsome, freshman face-off specialist Alex Daly and senior midfielder Matt Ghidotti added a single goal apiece. Senior Pat Brennan, junior Tyler Kamide and junior David Tarsa - all middies - each tallied an assist. Game Notes: Senior tri-captain Andrew Boyd led the team onto the field carrying the American flag ... freshman Austin Schultz made his second-straight start on close defense ... Schultz transferred from Bucknell after one season ... Army played in front of a season-high 2,939 spectators ... the last eight ArmyBucknell games have been played within two goals ... sophomore defensive midfielder Al DeStefano led the Black Knights with three caused turnovers and added four ground balls ... Alex Daly’s six ground balls led the team.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD #11/13 BUCKNELL ARMY

1 1 2

2 2 3

3 3 0

4 3 3

Total 9 8

SCORING ARMY: Thul 3-0, Mazzone 2-2, Newsome 1-0, Daly, 1-0, Ghidotti 1-0, Glesener 0-2, Brennan 0-1, Kamide 0-1, Tarsa 0-1. BUCKNELL: Bailey 3-0, Dickson 2-1, Heritage 1-1, Doyle 1-1, Burke 1-1, Flibotte 1-0. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 60:00, 9 GA, 7 saves BUCKNELL: Feeney - 60:00, 9 GA, 11 saves Shots Saves Face-Offs Ground Balls Clears Ex. Man Opp. Penalties Att: 2,939

ARMY 10-7-11-10=38 1-2-1-3=7 12/21 9-6-5-9=29 16-17 1-4 3/3:00

BUCKNELL 3-10-5-8=26 5-1-3-2=11 9/21 7-5-7-6=25 19-20 2-3 4/3:00

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Army defeated rival Navy for an unprecedented fifth-straight time last season at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

GAME 11 APRIL 13 ARMY 14, NAVY 7 ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Army sophomore midfielder John Glesener scored a game-high seven points on three goals and four assists while senior attackman Garrett Thul added four goals to lead the Black Knights to a 14-7 road victory over Navy in the 92nd meeting between the rivals. In a game aired live on CBS Sports Network, it marked an unprecedented fifth-straight star win in the storied series for Army. Freshman midfielder Alex Daly won 19-of22 face-offs, including 12-straight to start the contest, scooped a game-high nine ground balls and added two assists in front of 12,103 spectators at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Daly’s 19 wins tie for fourth on Army’s single-game list and was the most by an Army player in 10 years. While Glesener and Thul carried most of the offensive load, seniors Pat Brennan and Kip Haddock, juniors David Tarsa and Alex Carros, sophomore Alex Newsome and rookies Tim Coll and Will Mazzoneeach netted single goals. The win improved Army to 7-4 overall and 3-2 in Patriot League play. The Black Knights can clinch a Patriot League Tournament berth with a win at Holy Cross next Saturday. Out of playoff contention, Navy dropped to 3-9 overall and 1-5 in league play. Scoring goals in bunches all afternoon, the Black Knights scored the first four goals of the game and used a key 7-2 run spanning the second and third quarters to turn a 5-3 edge into a 12-5 lopsided affair after 45 minutes of play. Army held a 40-38 edge in shots and held a 3721 advantage in ground balls. The Black Knights’ extra-man unit went 3-of-5 and sophomore goalkeeper Sam Somers made eight saves on the other end in his sixth win of the season. The

Wilton, Conn., native added four ground balls, while freshman defensive middie Shea Mullins came up with three. Game Notes: Senior tri-captain Brendan Buckley led the team onto the field carrying the American flag ... junior close defenseman Pat Hart returned to the starting lineup ... playing in his final ArmyNavy game, senior goalkeeper Evan Danahy played the final 2:28 of the game ... the Class of 2013 is the only team in program history to beat Navy five times ... senior Garrett Thul finishes his career with 19 goals and two assists in five games against the Midshipmen.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD ARMY NAVY

1 4 1

2 3 2

3 5 2

4 2 2

Total 14 7

SCORING ARMY: Thul 4-0, Glesener 3-4, Brennan 1-1, Mazzone 1-1, Tarsa 1-0, Carros 1-0, Newsome 1-0, Coll 1-0, Haddock 1-0, Daly 0-2, Moore 0-1. NAVY: Hull 3-0, Jones 2-1, Hanzche 1-0, Durkin 1-0, Dabbs 0-1, Keena 0-1. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 57:32, 6 GA, 7 saves Danahy - 2:28, 1 GA, 1 save NAVY: Hickey - 60:00, 14 GA, 15 saves Shots Saves Face-Offs Ground Balls Clears Ex. Man Opp. Penalties Att: 12,103

ARMY 16-9-9-6=40 3-0-2-3=8 19/23 11-5-8-13=37 12-15 3-5 7/8:00

NAVY 7-5-11-15=38 6-3-3-3=15 4/23 3-3-6-9=21 12-15 1-5 7/5:30


@ARMY_LACROSSE 2013 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS GAME 13 APRIL 26 | PATRIOT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT NO. 2 BUCKNELL 12, NO. 3 ARMY 9

GAME 12 APRIL 20 ARMY 14, HOLY CROSS 5 WORCESTER, Mass. - The Army lacrosse team clinched a spot in the Patriot League Tournament for an unprecedented ninth-straight season with a lopsided 14-5 win at Holy Cross on Saturday night at Holy Cross Field. Ten different Black Knights found the back of the cage, as Army dominated nearly every facet of the game en route to its eighth win on the season. With the victory, Army (8-4, 4-2 Patriot League) grabbed the No. 3 seed and will play secondseeded Bucknell in the semifinal round of the 2013 Patriot League Tournament next Friday, April 26, at 4:30 p.m. Regular-season champion Lehigh will host the four-team event, April 26 and 28, in Bethlehem, Pa. No. 4 Colgate rounds out the field and will take on host Lehigh in a rematch of last season’s championship game. Freshman midfielder Alex Daly put on a clinic for the second game in a row, winning 15-of-19 face-offs on the evening. His efforts helped Army dominate possession all game long, making any chance of a Holy Cross (6-8, 2-4) rally difficult for the home Crusaders. Sophomore attackman John Glesener authored his seventh hat trick of the season to lead all scorers. Senior close defenseman Brendan Buckley scored a career-high two goals in transition, while freshman attackman Tim Coll matched Buckley with a career-best two goals. Senior attackman Garrett Thul, senior midfielders Alex Van Krevel and Pat Brennan, along with juniors middies Alex Newsome and Tyler Kamide added one goal each. Rookie attackman Connor Cook rounded out the scoring column with a single goal as well. Army edged Holy Cross 35-33 in shots and

held a 35-25 advantage in ground balls. Both teams scored man-up goals and registered 11 saves in the cage. Somers earned his seventh win of the season and reached double-digit saves for a fourth time. Game Notes: Senior middie Matt Mezer led the team onto the field carrying the American flag ... Army improved to 23-0 all-time against Holy Cross ... junior close defenseman John Burk finished with three caused turnovers ... the teams combined for nine penalties ... Army has made the Patriot League Tournament every year under head coach Joe Alberici.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD ARMY HOLY CROSS

1 4 1

2 4 0

3 3 2

4 3 2

Total 14 5

SCORING ARMY: Glesener 3-2, Coll 2-0, Buckley 2-0, Van Krevel 1-1, Mazzone 1-1, Thul 1-0, Brennan 1-0, Kamide 1-0, Newsome 1-1, Cook 1-0, Boyd 0-1, D’Aprile 0-1, Mullins 0-1. HOLY CROSS: McKenna 2-1, Hannan 1-1, Gillespie 1-1, Haarmann 1-0. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 56:42, 4 GA, 10 saves Sincero - 3:18, 1 GA, 1 save HOLY CROSS: Ortlieb - 60:00, 14 GA, 11 saves Shots Saves Face-Offs Ground Balls Clears Ex. Man Opp. Penalties Att: 1,021

ARMY 10-10-10-5=35 1-3-2-5=11 15/23 7-7-14-8=36 15-17 1-4 5/4:00

HOLY CROSS 4-12-4-13=33 2-2-5-2=11 8/23 2-7-8-8=25 17-20 2-3 4/3:00

BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Rookie midfielder Alex Daly went 20-of-24 on face-offs and classmate Will Mazzone recorded his first career hat trick, but 20 turnovers and three Bucknell man-up goals plagued No. 3 Army as it fell to second-seeded Bison in the Patriot League Tournament’s first semifinal match-up on Friday at topseeded Lehigh’s Ulrich Sports Complex. The first half was a game of runs as Bucknell held a slight 6-5 halftime advantage. The Bison proceeded to score the first five goals of the second half, which extended its lead to 11-5 with less than eight minutes to play in the game and put the contest out of Army’s reach. The Black Knights scored the final three goals of the game, as attackmen John Glesener, Garrett Thul and Mazzone each found the back of the net over the final 2:24. The surge was not enough, however, as Army got ousted in the semifinal round of the Patriot League Tournament presented by Rockin’ Refuel for the thirdstraight year. Army (8-5) owned a 42-41 edge in shots, which included 17 in the fourth quarter, and a 34-27 advantage in ground balls. Daly amassed a careerbest 12 ground balls in the setback. Bucknell (12-3) forced 14 of Army’s 20 turnovers and was 3-of-4 manup as it punched its ticket to Sunday’s Patriot League Championship. Mazzone’s three goals paced the Black Knights offense, while Thul and Glesener tallied two goals apiece. Glesener added a pair of assists and tied Mazzone (3G, 1A) with a team-high four points. The Army defense surrendered double-digit goals for the third time this season. Sophomore Michael Larrabee totaled three caused turnovers while sophomore goalkeeper Sam Somers recorded 12 saves. Game Notes: Senior Matt Ghidotti led the team onto the field carrying the American flag ... Army has made the Patriot League Tournament field every season under head coach Joe Alberici ... Army leads the alltime series 26-12 ... Bucknell topped Army 9-8 during the regular season ... Army and Bucknell have clashed five times in the Patriot League Tournament, including four of the last six years ... the Black Knights’ starting lineup remained the same for the third-straight game ... Patriot League officials honored its major award winners prior to the game, which included Defensive Player of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year Brendan Buckley and Offensive Player of the Year John Glesener.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD #3 ARMY #2 BUCKNELL

1 4 3

2 1 3

3 0 3

4 4 3

Total 9 12

SCORING ARMY: Mazzone 3-1, Glesener 2-2, Thul 2-0, Van Krevel 1-0, Newsome 0-1, Boyd 0-2, Brennan 0-1, Carros 0-1 BUCKNELL: Bailey 4-1, Heritage 3-1, Dickson 1-5, Ghelfi 1-1, Burke 1-0, Doyle 1-0, Mattimore 1-0, Black 0-2. GOALIES ARMY: Somers - 60:00, 12 GA, 12 saves BUCKNELL: Feeney - 60:00, 9 GA, 11 saves

Army took down Holy Cross on Senior Day in Worcester, Mass.

Shots Saves Face-Offs Ground Balls Clears Ex. Man Opp. Penalties Att: 625

ARMY 9-9-7-17=42 2-4-4-2=12 20/24 7-8-6-13=34 13-16 1-2 4/3:30

BUCKNELL 7-12-13-9=41 2-4-1-4=11 4/24 6-7-9-5=27 18-23 3-4 2/2:00

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Then-rookies Connor Cook (left) and Alex Daly (right) faced perennial powerhouse Johns Hopkins for the first time last spring at Michie Stadium.

GAME 14 MAY 3 #14/16 JOHNS HOPKINS 9, ARMY 4 WEST POINT, N.Y. - No. 14/16 Johns Hopkins scored five of six second-half goals to pull away from Army in a 9-4 decision on Senior Night at Michie Stadium. In a game that included a combined 17 penalties, the teams played in front of a stadium record 10,340 fans under the lights on Friday in the Black Knights’ season finale. Junior attackman Brandon Benn led all players with four goals for the Blue Jays, while senior attackman Garrett Thul ended his Army career with a team-high two goals and became the only player in the program’s rich 96-year history to register three 40-plus goal seasons. Thul broke the Academy’s alltime goals record earlier this season and finished his All-American career with 163 tallies. The Blue Jays held a 35-32 edge in shots and a 37-27 advantage in ground balls. Army freshman midfielder Alex Daly won eight of 17 face-offs, while sophomore goalkeeper Sam Somers turned in 11 saves. The Black Knights committed 15 turnovers to Hopkins’ 14 miscues. Hopkins’ senior goalkeeper Pierce Bassett made 14 saves, which included the 500th of his career late in the fourth quarter. Twelve of the game’s 17 penalties occurred in the second half, including eight in the fourth quarter alone. Despite the plentiful chances, both teams struggled in the extra-man game as Army went 1-of-7 and Johns Hopkins 2-of-8. The first quarter proved to be a defensive struggle on both ends of the field. The Blue Jays drew first blood and scored the lone goal of the opening stanza just 1:06 into the action. The scoring picked up in the second quarter as the teams combined for six goals. The Blue Jays struck early once again, taking a 2-0 lead on a Wells Stanwick goal at 13:39. Senior tri-captain Brendan Buckley marked Stanwick, the Blue Jays’ leading scorer entering the game, and held him to one goal on the night. Army’s offense got rolling just minutes later, however, as sophomore midfielder Alex Newsome and Thul scored back-to-back to even the

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scoreboard. Newsome netted his 18th goal of the season as he picked up his own loose change and found the back of the cage at 11:54. Thirty seconds later, sophomore attackman John Glesener found Thul for a 12-yard laser and his 40th goal of the season. Hopkins regained a 3-2 lead with a Ryan Brown goal at 8:37, but Army once again tied the score at 3-3 on Thul’s second goal in a row. Senior midfielder Matt Ghidotti bounced a pass to a waiting Thul just outside the crease at 7:04. The Blue Jays netted the final score of the half with 3:27 on the clock and carried a 4-3 advantage into intermission. The Black Knights fought through being two men down early in the third quarter. That stretch included two of Somers’ four saves for the frame. While coming up empty on the EMO, Hopkins notched back-to-back goals during a five-minute span midway through the quarter to stretch its lead to 6-3 at the 5:47 mark. That score stood as the quarter came to an end. The Black Knights opened the fourth-quarter scoring as senior midfielder Pat Brennan beat Bassett at the 9:57 mark to pull Army within 6-4. Hopkins (9-5) went on to score three unanswered insurance goals over the final eight minutes to secure its ninth win of the year. The Black Knights close out the 2013 season with an 8-6 record. Army welcomes back six starters, including the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year in Glesener and Daly at the face-off “x.” Game Notes: Senior attackman Garrett Thul led the team onto the field carrying the American flag ... Thul is currently tied with Colgate’s Peter Baum for the Patriot League record ... the Raiders play Saturday afternoon at Maryland ... Army honored the 1983 and 1993 teams, along with Lacrosse Hall of Fame head coaches Dick Edell and Jack Emmer, at halftime ... Johns Hopkins leads the alltime series 56-13 ... junior close defenseman Pat Hart recorded a career-high six ground balls.

BOX SCORE SCORE BY PERIOD ARMY (7-8) #10/8 HOPKINS (11-3)

1 1 2

2 2 2

3 3 5

4 0 4

Total 6 13

SCORING ARMY: Lynch 2-0, Van Krevel 2-0, Hayes 1-1, Thul 1-0, Glesener 0-1. HOPKINS: Palmer 5-2, Boland 3-2, Benn 2-0, Ranagan 1-2, Stanwick 1-0, Edmonds 1-0, Goodrich 0-1. GOALIES ARMY: Palmieri - 54:47, 13 GA, 7 saves, Somers - 5:13, 0 GA, 1 save. HOPKINS: Bassett - 57:24, 6 GA, 5 saves, Burke - 1:22, 0 GA, 1 save, Van Syckle - 1:14, 0 GA, 0 saves. Shots Saves Face-Offs Groundballs Clears Ex. Man Opp. Penalties Att: 5,130

ARMY 6-8-7-3=24 1-3-1-3=8 6/23 5-8-5-5=23 11-15 0-1 2/2:00

JOHNS HOPKINS 5-11-10-11=37 2-1-2-1=6 17/23 6-7-14-9=36 15-18 1-2 1/1:00


@ARMY_LACROSSE THE PATRIOT LEAGUE PATRIOT LEAGUE STAFF

ARMY LACROSSE PLAYERS EXCEL IN THE CLASSROOM

Carolyn Femovich Executive Director

Richard Wanninger Exec. Dir. for External Relations rwanninger@patriotleague.com

Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Boston University, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with nearly all of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 82 teams from Patriot League full-member institutions earned NCAA Academic Performance Program Public Recognition Awards after posting academic progress rate scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. The Patriot League’s mission is simple, to provide successful competitive athletic experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes to be leaders in society.

Under the guidance of head coach Joe Alberici, Army lacrosse players have excelled in the classroom, as well as the lacrosse field. Since Alberici arrived at West Point nine years ago, Army players have won the Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year award five times. In 2010, Andrew Maisano was named the Patriot League ScholarAthlete of the Year for lacrosse in addition to being named the recipient of the Senior CLASS Award. Maisano, who became the fourth Army lacrosse player to earn the league’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year award in the 20-year history of the conference, became the first Army lacrosse player to ever receive the Patriot League Overall Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year award. The award considers student-athletes from each of the conference’s 23 sports. Brendan Buckley ’13 followed in Maisano’s footsteps as a two-time Overall Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year and Senior CLASS Award recipient. He was also a third team All-American defenseman as a senior. SCHOLAR-ATHLETES OF THE YEAR Dominik Nogic, 2000 Mike Kamon, 2003 Scott Rosenshein, 2008 Scott Rosenshein, 2009 Andrew Maisano, 2010 Brendan Buckley, 2012 Brendan Buckley, 2013

ARMY ON THE 2013 PATRIOT LEAGUE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM (established 2011)

Andrew Boyd, Sr., A - Systems Engineering Brendan Buckley, Sr., D - Engineering Mgt.

Two-time Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year Brendan Buckley ’13. Buckley went on to also win the 2013 Men’s Lacrosse Senior CLASS Award and be named the Men’s At-Large Academic All-American of the Year by CoSIDA.

2013 ALL-PATRIOT LEAGUE TEAMS & MAJOR AWARDS FIRST TEAM ATTACK

MIDFIELD

FACE-OFF D-MIDFIELD DEFENSE

GOALIE

SECOND TEAM John Glesener, Army (So.) Garrett Thul, Army (Sr.) Peter Baum, Colgate (Sr.) David Dickson, Bucknell (So.) Thomas Flibotte, Bucknell (Fr.) Jimmy Ryan, Colgate (Jr.) Alex Daly, Army (Fr.)

ATTACK

MIDFIELD

FACE-OFF

Pat Kiernan, Navy, Jr. Brendan Buckley, Army (Sr.) Mike Noone, Lehigh (Sr.) Bobby Lawrence, Colgate (Jr.)

D-MIDFIELD DEFENSE

Matt Poillon, Lehigh (So.) GOALIE

MAJOR AWARDS Chase Bailey, Bucknell (Sr.) Ryan Walsh, Colgate (So.) David DiMaria, Lehigh (Sr.)

John Hannan, Holy Cross (Sr.) Patrick Corbett, Lehigh (So.) Brian Hess, Lehigh (Sr.) Ryan Gutowski, Bucknell (Sr.) Rob Grabher, Colgate (Sr.) Ryan Snyder, Lehigh (Sr.) Jimbo D’Aprile, Army (So.) Mike Huffner, Bucknell (Sr.) Jackson Place, Bucknell (Jr.) Ty Souders, Lehigh (Jr.)

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR John Glesener, Army DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Brendan Buckley, Army GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR Matt Poillon, Lehigh ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Sean Doyle, Bucknell COACH OF THE YEAR Jim Morrissey, Holy Cross

Sam Somers, Army (So.)

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2013 FINAL PATRIOT LEAGUE STANDINGS Team Lehigh*+ Bucknell ARMY Colgate Holy Cross Navy Lafayette

W-L 6-0 5-1 4-2 3-3 2-4 1-5 0-6

LEAGUE Pct. GF 1.000 68 .833 69 .667 67 .500 61 .333 43 .167 36 .000 48

GA 40 44 41 55 67 66 79

W-L 12-5 12-4 8-6 8-7 7-8 3-10 3-10

OVERALL Pct. GF .706 184 .750 170 .571 141 .533 147 .467 131 .231 103 .231 113

GA 135 135 109 158 157 133 149

* Patriot League Regular Season Champion + Patriot League Tournament Champion (received automatic bid to NCAA Tournament)

PATRIOT LEAGUE HISTORY YEAR 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

CHAMPION Army Army Army Army Army Bucknell Army Army Lehigh Hobart Bucknell Hobart Army Navy Navy Navy Navy Colgate Navy Army Bucknell Lehigh Lehigh

HEAD COACH Jack Emmer Jack Emmer Jack Emmer Jack Emmer Jack Emmer Sid Jamieson Jack Emmer Jack Emmer John McCloskey B.J. O’Hara Sid Jamieson Matt Kerwick Jack Emmer Richie Meade Richie Meade Richie Meade Richie Meade Jim Nagle Richie Meade Joe Alberici Frank Fedorjaka Kevin Cassese Kevin Cassese

LEAGUE 5-0 5-0 5-0 5-0 5-0 5-0 5-0 5-0 4-1 5-1 6-0 5-1 5-1 7-0 5-1 5-1 6-0 4-2 4-2 6-0 6-0 5-1 6-0

OVERALL 10-4 10-4 12-4 8-7 6-8 12-0 9-5 7-7 7-6 7-7 10-4 6-8 8-8 15-3 12-4 10-3 11-4 11-6 11-5 11-6 14-3 14-3 12-5

POINTS PER GAME Name 1. Glesener, John-ARMY 2. DiMaria, David-LEHIGH 3. Dickson, David-BUCKNELL 4. Thul, Garrett-ARMY 5. Baum,Peter-COLGATE

GP 14 17 16 14 15

G 31 33 8 41 34

A 30 40 48 5 15

P 61 73 56 46 49

PPG 4.36 4.29 3.50 3.29 3.27

GOALS PER GAME Name 1. Thul, Garrett-ARMY 2. Walsh,Ryan-COLGATE 3. Baum,Peter-COLGATE 4. Glesener, John-ARMY 5. Heritage, Todd-BUCKNELL Bailey, Chase-BUCKNELL

GP 14 15 15 14 16 16

G 41 37 34 31 35 35

GPG 2.93 2.47 2.27 2.21 2.19 2.19

ASSISTS PER GAME Name 1. Dickson, David-BUCKNELL 2. DiMaria, David-LEHIGH 3. Glesener, John-ARMY 4. Taylor, Dan-LEHIGH 5. Fantoni, Dante-LEHIGH

GP 16 17 14 17 17

A 48 40 30 21 20

APG 3.00 2.35 2.14 1.24 1.18

FACE-OFF WIN PERCENTAGE Name 1. Zawadzki,Anthony-LAFAYETT 2. Daly, Alex-ARMY 3. Grabher,Robert-COLGATE 4. Buttenbaum, Ryan-LEHIGH 5. Gutowski, Ryan-BUCKNELL

GP 13 13 15 14 16

GOALS AGIANST AVERAGE Name 1. Somers, Sam-ARMY 2. Poillon, Matt-LEHIGH 3. Feeney, Kyle-BUCKNELL 4. Murphy,Conor-COLGATE 5. Hickey, Nolan-NAVY

GA 83 103 125 96 126

PCT .613 .586 .521 .504 .502

MIN 693:41 780:05 891:34 619:19 728:31

GAA 7.18 7.92 8.41 9.30 10.38

PATRIOT LEAGUE AWARDS YEAR 1991 1992 1993

OFF. PLAYER OF YEAR Jamie Murray (Lafayette) Michael Conway (Bucknell) Derek Laub (Colgate)

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Jeff Jenkins (Lehigh) Matt Sweetman (Lehigh) Jon Methven (Bucknell) Ross Yastrzemsky (Army) Mark Duncan (Lehigh) John Golaszewski (Bucknell) Tim Pearson (Army) Jamie Breslin (Hobart) Tim Pearson (Army) Tim Pearson (Army) John Ryan (Army)

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Chris Cara (Bucknell) Chris Cara (Bucknell) Jon Birsner (Navy) Brandon Corp (Colgate) Brandon Corp (Colgate) Brandon Corp (Colgate) Steve Serling (Lafayette) Jeremy Boltus (Army) Peter Baum (Colgate) John Glesener (Army)

DEF. PLAYER OF YEAR

GOALIE OF YEAR

Scott Youmans (Lehigh) Hugh Donovan (Bucknell) Joe Whaley (Army) K.J. Dworczyk (Army) Todd Schreiner (Lehigh) Austen Gardiner (Hobart) Duncan Woodard (Lafayette) Justin Sussman (Bucknell) Justin Sussman (Bucknell) Blaise Fletcher (Bucknell) Matt Luyster (Army) Jeff King (Lehigh) Colin Hulme (Colgate) Jodan DiNola (Navy) Billy Haire (Bucknell) Bill Henderson (Army) Bill Henderson (Army) Tim Henderson (Army) Brendan Buckley (Army)

Matt Russell (Navy) Matt Russell (Navy) Adam Fullerton (Army) Adam Fullerton (Army) Nick Sciubba (Bucknell) R.J. Wickham (Navy) Tom Palesky (Army) Matt Poillon (Lehigh) Matt Poillon (Lehigh)

ROOKIE OF YEAR Rick Aguilar (Army) Chad Smith (Army) Dan Brostek (Army) Peter Strid (Colgate) Tim Nanoff (Holy Cross) Craig Brown (Lehigh) Ed Joffe (Bucknell) Alex Fyfe (Army) Parker Gibson (Colgate) Tim Pearson (Army)

COACH OF THE YEAR Bill Lawson (Lafayette) Jack Emmer (Army) Pace Kessenich (Colgate)

John Ryan (Army) Wes Fetchet (Bucknell) Chris Cara (Bucknell) John Walker (Army) Andrew Jarolimick (Colgate) Billy Looney (Navy) Matt Scheel (Army) Joe Mele (Bucknell) Austin Winter (Bucknell) Tom Perini (Lafayette) Charlie Streep (Bucknell) Garrett Thul (Army) Tucker Hull (Navy) Ryan Walsh (Colgate) Sean Doyle (Bucknell)

B.J. O’Hara (Hobart) Sid Jamieson (Bucknell) Matt Kerwick (Hobart) Jim Nagle (Colgate)

John McCloskey (Lehigh) John McCloskey (Lehigh) Sid Jamieson (Bucknell) Dan Whalen (Colgate) Jack Emmer (Army) John McCloskey (Lehigh)

Richie Meade (Navy) Sid Jamieson (Bucknell) Jim Nagle (Colgate) Richie Meade (Navy) Joe Alberici (Army) Frank Fedorjaka (Bucknell) Terry Mangan (Lafayette) Frank Fedorjaka (Bucknell) Kevin Cassese (Lehigh) Jim Morrissey (Holy Cross)

PATRIOT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT RESULTS YEAR 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

CHAMPION Navy Navy Navy Navy Colgate Navy Army Bucknell Lehigh Lehigh

HEAD COACH Richie Meade Richie Meade Richie Meade Richie Meade Jim Nagle Richie Meade Joe Alberici Frank Fedorjaka Kevin Cassese Kevin Cassese

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RUNNER UP Hobart Army Army Colgate Bucknell Bucknell Navy Colgate Colgate Bucknell

HEAD COACH Matt Kerwick Jack Emmer Joe Alberici Jim Nagle Frank Fedorjaka Frank Fedorjaka Richie Meade Jim Nagle Mike Murphy Frank Fedorjaka

LOCATION Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Hamilton, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa. West Point, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa. Hamilton, N.Y. Bethlehem, Pa.

RESULT 9-8 15-8 8-5 15-9 13-9 9-8 11-8 10-3 16-14 11-5


@ARMY_LACROSSE THE PATRIOT LEAGUE Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 24 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Boston University, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola (Md.) and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. Boston University and Loyola University Maryland joined the Patriot League beginning in 2013-14. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League also had 80 percent of its teams posting an APR score of 985 or higher in the most recent data, and 71 Patriot League teams earned NCAA Academic Performance Program Public Recognition Awards after posting academic progress rate scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. The Patriot League’s mission is simple: to provide successful competitive athletic experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes to be leaders in society. During the 2012-13 academic year, Patriot League student-athletes and teams have accomplished the following: • The Patriot League ranked second among all conferences in multi-year APR rating, and led all leagues in men’s basketball and baseball APR. • 71 Patriot League teams, and 74 from full-member institutions, received NCAA Public Recognition Awards for finishing in the top 10 percent of their sport in APR data. • 86 Patriot League teams, and 96 overall from full League members, recorded perfect graduation success rates. • All eight Patriot League schools scored above 85 percent in graduation success rates. • Bucknell won the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup by 0.5 points over Navy in the closest-ever finish for the title. The Bison won the overall crown for the 18th time and seventh in the last eight seasons. • Lehigh repeated as the top men’s program in the Presidents’ Cup standings, while Navy once again led the way on the women’s side. • Six Patriot League student-athletes have been awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships: Navy’s Chris Galvin (Track and Field), Laura Gorinski (Swimming and Diving), Brigid Byrne (Track and Field) and Jasmine DePompeo (Women’s Lacrosse), Fordham’s Patrick Murray (Football) and Bucknell’s Christian Treat (Swimming and Diving).

and Chris Galvin (Men’s Track and Field/Cross Country), Colgate’s Chris Looney (Football) and Army’s Brendan Buckley (Men’s At-Large) • 43 student-athletes have received Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District first-team recognition. • Navy’s Laura Gorinski (Women’s Swimming) and Army’s Ariana Mankus (Volleyball) were the Patriot League nominees for the NCAA Woman of the Year award. • Lehigh’s E’Lana Lemon (Women’s Track and Field) and Navy’s Nicholas Gutsche (Men’s Tennis) earned the Patriot League Sportsmanship awards. • Bucknell’s Mike Muscala earned multiple postseason All-America honors in men’s basketball and played in the NABC All-Star Game. • Colgate women’s basketball senior Rebekah Ward earned a Watson Fellowship to study abroad for a year. • Bucknell’s Leonard Joseph and Navy’s Zack Duncavage each earned secondteam All-America honors at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. • Navy’s Annie-Norah Beveridge and American’s Mark Allen ran at the NCAA Cross Country Championships. • Fordham’s Patrick Murray was named a consensus FCS All-American and won the Fred Mitchell Award as the top placekicker in the nation outside of the Football Bowl Subdivision. • Georgetown’s Robert McCabe and Colgate’s Gavin McCarney each finished in the top five in the voting for the FCS Player of the Year awards and were named All-Americans by multiple outlets. • McCabe was also named the ECAC FCS Defensive Player of the Year, and was one of three Patriot Leaguers to sign NFL free agent contracts along with Lehigh’s Ryan Spadola and Billy Boyko. • Holy Cross’ Mike Ahmed was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 20th Round of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, while his teammate Alex Maldonado and Army’s Chris Rowley later signed MLB free agent contracts with the Toronto Blue Jays. • Colgate’s Peter Baum, Lehigh’s David DiMaria and Army’s John Glesener were all Tewaaraton candidates in men’s lacrosse. • Baum was taken with the top overall pick in the Major League Lacrosse Draft by the Ohio Machine, leading a list of seven Patriot Leaguers chosen by MLL teams.

• Army’s Brendan Buckley won the Senior CLASS Award in men’s lacrosse as well as the Capital One Academic All-American of the Year honor for men’s atlarge sports.

• Navy’s Jasmine DePompeo was up for the Tewaaraton award in women’s lacrosse, and became the first Patriot Leaguer since 1997 to be named an AllAmerican by the IWLCA.

• Buckley and Byrne were named the Patriot League Male and Female ScholarAthlete of the Year winners, respectively.

• Navy became the first-ever Patriot League team to win an NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Tournament game when it beat Monmouth in the first round on May 10.

• Finalists for Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award: Brendan Buckley (Army), Peter Baum (Colgate) and Mike Huffner (Bucknell), Men’s Lacrosse; C.J. McCollum (Lehigh) and Mike Muscala (Bucknell), Men’s Basketball; Chris Rowley (Army), Baseball. • Lehigh’s C.J. McCollum and Bucknell’s Mike Muscala were each selected in the NBA Draft, becoming the second and third student-athletes in Patriot League history to be drafted. • 14 student-athletes have earned Capital One Academic All-America recognition, including first-team selections for Navy’s Jasmine DePompeo (Women’s At-Large), Brigid Byrne (Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country)

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS ARMY LACROSSE HISTORY

Early Army lacrosse action from 1939.

One of the most storied institutions in the nation, West Point is also home to one of the oldest and most successful college lacrosse programs in the country. The Black Knights embark on their 94th season of intercollegiate lacrosse Feb. 10 (the earliest season opener in Academy history) when they host Massachusetts at Michie Stadium. Joe Alberici enters his seventh season along the sidelines and hopes to lead the program back to a Patriot League title and run in the NCAA Tournament. With 725 victories under its belt, Army’s lacrosse program ranks sixth in all-time wins, behind only Johns Hopkins, Syracuse, Navy, Hobart and Maryland. Army lacrosse has earned eight national championships before the NCAA sanctioned a postseason tournament in 1971, while 12 men (eight players and four coaches) associated with the program’s history have been welcomed into the National Lacrosse Foundation Hall of Fame. Additionally, former legendary head coach F. Morris Touchstone was part of the inaugural class to be enshrined in the Army Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. Touchstone, who retired in 1957, is still the Academy’s all-time winningest lacrosse coach. He was joined by legendary head coach Ace Adams in the Army Hall of Fame in 2011. Further testimony to Army’s prominent place on the landscape of collegiate lacrosse is evident in the postseason awards. Two of the five existing national lacrosse awards bear the name of a former member of the Army lacrosse “family.” The national Coach of the Year award is named in honor of Touchstone, while the national Player of the Year award is recognized as the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award – a 1967 Academy graduate. Two former Black Knights (Pete Cramblet in 1970 and Tom Cafaro in 1971) have won the Enners Award, while James “Ace” Adams (1961) and Dick Edell (1978) were presented with the Touchstone “Coach of the Year” honor. Three Black Knights have been named the nation’s top attackman while two have earned outstanding goalie plaudits (including A. Norman Webb, who earned that distinction in 1963 and 1964). Eight Army players have captured the nod as the top defenseman in the country.

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James Hartinger to follow. Wilson was the first West Point athlete to earn first team All-America accolades in both lacrosse and football in the same year, accomplishing that feat in 1926. Charles Born, a first team football All-American in 1925 was selected as a first team lacrosse All-American in 1928. Throughout its early days, the lacrosse program enjoyed a close affiliation with the Army football team as many gridders kept themselves athletically fit by excelling in lacrosse each spring. Among Army’s early lacrosse All-Americans were gridders Wilson, Born, Milt Summerfelt, Robert Stillman, Clinton True and Woodrow Wilson. Bill Carpenter would equal that feat prior to his graduation in 1960. Carpenter achieved national acclaim as the “Lonely End” on Army’s football team. Much like Touchstone, who was a lacrosse visionary, the “Lonely End” formation was the brainchild of Hall of Fame football coach Earl “Red” Blaik. So intertwined were the success of the gridders and laxmen that both programs captured national championships in 1944 and 1945.

TRACING LACROSSE’S ROOTS Lacrosse had a sparse beginning at West Point as an Academy-sponsored sport. The U.S. Military Academy supported an intercollegiate squad in DAWN OF THE MODERN ERA 1907, 1909 and 1910 before the sport really took The one constant throughout all of Army’s off for good in 1921. Despite its shaky start off success was a stingy defense. Don Tillar and the field, the program enjoyed immediate on-field Carpenter were named the nation’s top defenseman success, foreshadowing a long, rich history as one in 1959 and 1960, respectively, headlining a of the nation’s elite teams. Those squads of 1907, span of 15 years in which six Black Knights were 1909 and 1910 combined to win all 10 of their presented with that honor. games. The benefactor, as well as a chief contributor, of By 1923, in only the program’s sixth year, head Army’s stellar defense during the mid-1960s was coach Talbot Hunter brought home the Academy’s Norman Webb, who became a two-time national first national championship when his Black Knights Goalie of the Year and an All-American. concluded the season with an 8-1-1 mark. In Adams had the unenviable task of replacing Hunter’s first campaign along the Hudson, Army Touchstone in 1958. But “Ace” was equal to the was 2-3. However, the Black Knights rebounded task, forging a 9-0 mark in his first year on the job with a 6-1 showing in 1922, beginning a stretch and earning a share of the national title. It was of 33 consecutive seasons in which Army posted a Army’s first perfect season since 1910. winning record. In a dozen years at West Point, Adams’ teams West Point’s lacrosse fortunes reached its won .777 percent of its games — including a then all-time high under direction of the legendary Academy-record 10-win performance during his Touchstone, who guided his charges to 214 wins, against just 73 losses and four ties, during a 29-year career as Army mentor. He roamed the Army sidelines from 1929 through 1957. During his tenure, the Black Knights of the Hudson won or shared three national titles, capturing the outright crown in 1944 before sharing it with Navy in 1945 and Princeton in 1951. Forty-two of the 83 first team All-Americans in Army history came while Touchstone was the coach. His resume, laden with a .743 winning percentage at Army and coupled with a strong four-year stint as head coach at Yale, earned him an induction into the Hall of Fame in 1960, just three years after his retirement. His entry into the Hall paved the way for All-Americans Harry Army played its home games on “The Plain,”as well as at Daly Field, Clinton Wilson, Thomas Truxtun and Field and Shea Stadium, before moving into Michie Stadium.


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ARMY JOINS EXCLUSIVE 700-WIN CLUB Army became only the fifth lacrosse program in the nation to total 700 victories with its win over VMI on Feb. 14, 2009. In 95 seasons, the Black Knights are the owners of a 740-358-7 record since defeating Steven’s Tech, 3-1, in the program’s first outing in 1907. Cornell joined the 700-win club with its final win of 2012. Army is one of only seven teams with more than 700 wins:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7

SCHOOL W-L-T Johns Hopkins .....................933-303-15 Syracuse .............................. 846-324-16 Navy ..................................... 759-324-14 Maryland ................................ 747-257-4 ARMY ...................................740-358-7 Hobart ..................................738-464-20 Cornell ..................................714-451-27

final season in 1969 — and shared the national championship four times, 1958, 1959, 1961 and 1969. In 1961, after a 9-2 campaign, Adams was named national Coach of the Year. An All-America midfielder during his college days at Johns Hopkins, Adams joined Touchstone in the Hall of Fame during induction ceremonies in 1975. By that time Robert Miser, Webb and Cramblet had also been enshrined following stellar careers. In 2010, Dick Edell increased Army’s representation in the Hall of Fame to 11 with his enshrinement. It marked the second consecutive year that the Hall of Fame class included a member of the Army family. In 2003, another stalwart from the Ace Adams era earned his way into the hallowed hall when Tom Sheckells (USMA ’65) was voted in posthumously. Cramblet and Cafaro, who were the cornerstones of the Army team during the transition from Adams to successor Al Pisano, helped establish the Black Knights as an explosive offensive team. Cramblet would graduate in 1970 as the Academy’s all-time leading scorer with 150 points, but Cafaro would shatter that mark one year later following an 85point senior season that vaulted his career point total to 167. With Pisano at the helm, the Black Knights played an instrumental role in the emergence of the NCAA Tournament. The NCAA unveiled its eightteam playoff format in 1971 and the Black Knights found themselves in the first lacrosse final four. Cafaro was the impetus behind that success, scoring 18 points in Army’s two contests. The Black Knights defeated Hofstra in the opening round (19-6) but lost to eventual champion Cornell, 17-16, in the semifinals. Both games were held at West Point. In fact, since the tourney’s inception, West Point has been the home to postseason play in seven different years, most recently in 2001 when the first round was held at Michie Stadium. The Black Knights were members of the first three NCAA tourney fields and last appeared in the NCAA Tournament in 2010, when they reached

the second round. Army is one of only 11 lacrosse programs that have appeared in at least a dozen postseason tournaments since the event began in 1971. Dick Edell, who succeeded Pisano and forged a .733 winning percentage in his seven-year stint at the Academy, continued Army’s success. He guided the Black Knights to the NCAA Tournament in four of his seven years along the Army sideline. Goalie George Slabowski and attackman Frank Giordano were the featured stars of Edell’s era. Both earned first team All-America accolades in 1983 — Edell’s final season — as Army put forth the first of two successive 11-3 marks. THE EMMER ERA Jack Emmer, who had been a highly successful coach during stints at Cortland State and Washington & Lee, replaced Edell in the spring of 1984. Emmer’s inaugural season along the banks of the Hudson was a resounding success as the team became just the second Army squad to reach the final four, edging Pennsylvania, 8-7 at Franklin Field in the NCAA Quarterfinals. That would be the first of eight postseason bids earned by Emmer’s Black Knights. When Army defeated Cornell in the 1996 season opener, Emmer joined Touchstone as the only coaches in Army history to reach 100 wins at the Academy. One of Emmer’s most successful seasons came in 1993 when a senior-dominated Army team — paced by Steve Heller, who would graduate as the Academy’s career scoring leader with 204 points — finished the regular season with an 11-3 record before beating Maryland 15-11 in the opening round of the NCAA tourney. In 1997 and 1998, Ross Yastrzemsky and Chad Hadlock eclipsed the century mark for career points. Yastrzemsky graduated as the program’s highest scoring midfielder, compiling 121 points. He added an honorable mention All-America certificate to his accolades after the 1997 season. Emmer coached 27 All-Americans in his 22 years at the Academy, including Jim Wagner and John Walker (USMA ’06). Tim Pearson (USMA ’02), a three-time honorable mention All-American, concluded his exceptional career as the Academy’s all-time leading scorer. He smashed Heller’s previous mark, finishing with 238 points. Emmer led Army into league play when the Patriot League was formed in 1991. The Black Knights did not lose a game to a conference foe in their first 25 contests, reeling off one of the nation’s longest conference winning streaks. That string still stands as the longest in Patriot League history. Army’s peerless leader guided the Black Knights back into the NCAA Tournament in 2005 for the eighth time and the 15th time overall for the storied program. It also marked the third straight season that the Black Knights were invited to the NCAA Tournament. Despite finishing runner-up at the Patriot League Tournament, Army was one of 10 at-large bids to the NCAA tournament. Emmer led his charges south of the Mason-Dixon line for a match-up with No. 8 Georgetown. The Black Knights dropped that NCAA First Round contest, 16-6 to the Hoyas. Emmer carried on the Academy’s long line of coaching success among a lineage of legendary lacrosse mentors at West Point. However, that long

Jack Emmer retired following the 2005 season as the winningest coach in NCAA lacrosse history. He collected 186 of his 325 wins during his 22 seasons at West Point.

run came to a close in May 2005 when Emmer announced his retirement from coaching after 36 years. He left the game as the all-time winningest lacrosse coach in NCAA history. NEW BEGINNINGS The 2006 season brought a change of guard over the Army lacrosse program as one-time assistant coach, Joe Alberici, returned to succeed his former mentor Jack Emmer. Alberici became just the 10th head coach in 88 years of the Academy’s program, following Joe Alberici and impressive list of four Hall of Fame coaches. In his first campaign as head coach, Alberici paced the Black Knights to an 8-7 finish and a No. 20 USILA/USA Today ranking. Army fell just short of the NCAA tournament after a runner-up finish at the Patriot League Championship. In 2008, Alberici led the Black Knights to a 9-6 record and the regular season Patriot League Championship with a 5-1 conference mark. For his efforts, he was named the Patriot League Coach of the Year, marking the first time an Army skipper won the award since Emmer nabbed his second honor in 1998. In 2010, Alberici guided Army to an 11-6 overall record, a perfect 6-0 Patriot League mark, two wins over Navy and its first-ever Patriot League tournament title. The Black Knights went on to knock off two-time defending national champion Syracuse in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The monumental win was lauded by many as one of the biggest upsets in collegiate lacrosse history. In each of the last three years, Alberici led his Black Knights to a Patriot League Tournament berth. While they have come up short in the semifinal both seasons, he continues to hold a high standard and will not settle for anything less than competing titles on both the conference and national level.

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS NATIONAL HONORS

NATIONAL LACROSSE FOUNDATION HALL OF FAME

LT. RAY ENNERS AWARD

(presented to the nation’s most outstanding player)

Located inside historic Homewood Field on the campus of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md., the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame has enshrined the sport’s most prominent men and women since 1957. Jack Emmer became the 12th member of Army’s lacrosse family to join that illustrious club in 2005. He is the fourth former Army coach to be enshrined in the Hall of Fame. Below is a list of those 12 individuals, four coaches and eight players, with their year of induction in parentheses. Tom Cafaro - 1971

Pete Cramblet - 1970

C. MARKLUND KELLY AWARD SYDNEY M. CONE TROPHY (both presented to the nation’s most outstanding goalkeeper)

F. Morris Touchstone

James “Ace” Adams

George Slabowski - 1983

A. Norman Webb - 1963, 1964

JACK TURNBULL AWARD

(presented to the nation’s most outstanding attackman) Dick Edell

Jack Emmer

ARMY IN THE HALL OF FAME

1960 1970 1971

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Bob Miser Pete Cramblet Tom Cafaro

SCHMEISSER MEMORIAL CUP (presented to the nation’s most outstanding defenseman)

COACHES F. Morris Touchstone, 1929-57 (1960) James F. Adams, 1958-69 (1975) Dick Edell, 1977-83 (2004) Jack Emmer, 1984-2005 (2005) PLAYERS Harry E. Wilson ’28 (1963) Thomas Truxtun ’37 (1970) James Hartinger ’49 (1975) Robert Miser ’60 (1980) A. Norman Webb ’64 (1983) Peter Cramblet ’70 (1986) Thomas Cafaro ’71 (1988) Thomas Sheckells ’65 (2003)

1948 1953 1957 1959 1960 1962 1972 1981

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John McEnery Jack Johnson Ben Glyphis Don Tillar Bill Carpenter Bob Fuellhart Tom O’Leary Bob Henry

F. MORRIS TOUCHSTONE AWARD (presented to the nation’s Coach of the Year)

1961 1978

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James “Ace” Adams Dick Edell

TEWAARATON AWARD FINALISTS (presented to the nation’s top collegiate player; established 2001)

2005 2011

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John Walker Jeremy Boltus


@ARMY_LACROSSE ARMY LACROSSE TEAM AWARDS

GEN. JAMES V. HARTINGER

LT. ENNERS-CHRIS PETTIT

JACK RUST

Team MVP

Offensive MVP

Defensive MVP

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Geo. Slabowski Rob Koehler Pat Daly Tom Hickman Joel Portuese Gary Giglio Eric Waltz Rob Cahill Chris Lepp Eric Waltz Steve Heller Sean Turner Mike Colon Chris Carrano Ross Yastrzemsky K.J. Dworczyk

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Ken Driscoll Tim Pearson Tim Pearson Tim Pearson John Ryan Jeff Bryan John Walker Matt Luyster Adam Fullerton Adam Fullerton Kevin Lorusso Alex Gephart Jeremy Boltus Devin Lynch Brendan Buckley

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Eric Korvin P.J. O’Sullivan Bob Betchley Bob Betchley Bob Betchley Mike Dieroff Scott Frank Steve Heller Steve Heller Phil Mandry Brian Knapp Rob Manning Dan Brostek Rob Manning 1997 Jordan Gros 1998 Greg Tily 1999 Tim Pearson

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Tim Pearson Tim Pearson Tim Pearson Jeff Bryan Jim Wagner John Walker Jim Wagner John Walker Mike Obringer Justin Bokmeyer Justin Bokmeyer Jason Peyer Jeremy Boltus Garrett Thul Garrett Thul John Glesener

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Mike Riccardi Dan Williams Dan Williams Joel Portuese Pete Mavoides Gary Giglio John O’Grady Chris Lepp Adam Silva Adam Silva Sean Turner Chris Auclair Brendan Sheehan Joe Whaley Kevin Hegarty Justin Charise

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Justin Charise Ryan Pagels Al Tofani Nick Auletta Matt Darak Matt Luyster Adam Fullerton Jay Larson Jay Larson Tom Palesky Bill Henderson Tom Palesky Tim Henderson, Brendan Buckley 2013 Sam Somers

GEN. GEORGE RUHLEN

GEN. L.E. SEEMAN

F. MORRIS TOUCHSTONE

Most Improved Player

Top Freshman

Coach’s Award - Team Spirit & Personal Sacrifice

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Rob Koehler Doug Shaver Joel Portuese Joe Gillis John Cunniffe Bill Tohill Phil Mandry Chris Prentice Rob Kilroy Chris Auclair Travis Loving Kevin Capra Ryan McCormack Jordan Gros John Mask Jim Scullion

2000 Josh Kurtzman John Fernandez 2001 Chris Woods 2002 Andy Mounce 2003 Matt Darak 2004 Jeff Auer 2005 Nick Doerr 2006 Drew Narcum 2007 Craig Massie 2008 Jason Peyer 2009 Jeremy Boltus 2010 Tyler Seymour 2011 Brendan Buckley 2012 Derek Sipperly 2013 Alex Newsome, Jimbo D’Aprile

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Dan Williams Bob Betchley John Sheehan Neil Minihane Tim deLoe Mike Crossett Eric Waltz Rick Aguilar Chad Smith Dan Brostek Ross Yastrzemsky Kevin Hegarty S. Vergamini Alex Fyfe Steve Austin

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Tim Pearson John Ryan Jeff Bryan Aaron Paskalis John Walker Justin Bokmeyer Matt Scheel Kevin LoRusso Sam Harrison Rob McCallion Tim Henderson Garrett Thul Tyler Kamide John Glesener Alex Daly

GERARD O’CONNOR

STEVE VLAHAKIS

Cadet Service Award

Unsung Hero

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Paul Colbert Paul Colbert Paul Colbert Derik Timmerman Steve Whaley Steve Whaley Dan Keating James Marques Jack Pinney

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Jack Pinney Jack Pinney Richard Camacho Rob Dougherty Rob Dougherty Dele Ogundipe Alex Brammer Alex Brammer

JACK EMMER “NUTCRACKER” Most Physical Player

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Matt Bowerman Adam Hansinger Adam Hansinger Jason Peyer Garrett Thul Garrett Thul Garrett Thul Garrett Thul

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Chris Woods Marko Kostovic Ben Harrow Andrew Yakulis Alex Rhoads Mike Hanna Alex Rhoads

2010 Sam Harrison Andrew Maisano 2011 Rob McCallion 2012 Zach Palmieri 2013 John Burk

CHARLES A. COATES Senior With Highest GPA

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Justin Charise Ryan Pagels Dominik Nogic Mike Kamon Doug Bartolotta Matt Ellement Tory Sokul Eddie Clark Craig Massie Scott Rosenshein

2010 2011 2012 2013

Andrew Maisano Jay Laing James MacGibbon Brendan Buckley

NOTE: The Coates Award was called the Parents’ Club Award up until 2008.

1984 Rich Sajkowski Tom Donovan 1985 Tim Steinagle Pete Short 1986 Sam Reider Mike Liantonio 1987 Rob O’Connor Bill Garvey 1988 Jon Roitman Bill Grotz John Janowski 1989 Buck French John Sheehan Joe Bruno 1990 John Berry Joe Olmeda 1991 Greg Wilcox Will Huff Bill O’Brien 1992 John Polhamus Charlie Uchill Tim Frederick Mike Crossett 1993 Ed Jackman Alex MacMaster 1994 Rick Black Tom O’Connor John Orlando Paul Royle 1995 Kevin Capra Sam Martin Kevin McAuliffe Steve Murphy 1996 Paul Evangelista Oliver Mintz Andy Schanno 1997 Terry Gilroy John Johnson Doug Legan 1998 D.J. Beil Dan Monahan Aaron Swain Mike Szczepanski 1999 John Bishop Paul Colbert Ken Driscoll

2000 Mike Hayes Dan Russo Jim Scullion Aaron Willis 2001 John Fernandez Ryan Hanrahan Josh Kurtzman Rob Hilton 2002 Nick Bilotta Chris Doerr Jason Shaw 2003 Scott Alpaugh Adam Hurley Mike Kamon Chris Roberts 2004 Doug Bartolotta 2005 Matt Darak Matt Ellement 2006 Nate Foust Tony Vozzolo Nick LoRusso 2007 Nick LoRusso Brian Ivany Patrick Fullerton Mike Hanna 2008 Roy Ragusa Patrick Fullerton J.P. Keneally Eric Haniuk 2009 Zach Jansen Trip Auray Alex Gephart 2010 Tyler Oates Matt Poulos Joe Conroy Pat Mulholland 2011 Shane Smith Zach Palmieri 2012 Shane Finlay, Conor Hayes, Brian LoRusso 2013 Matt Mezer, Andrew Boyd, Evan Danahy

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS ARMY ALL-AMERICA AWARDS FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA (84) 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1928 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1944 1945

1946 1947 1948 1949

Irving Greene (CP) Charles Lawrence (TA) William Gillmore (C) Ralph Tibbetts (TD) William Gillmore (C) Harry Wilson (FA) Charles Born (SD) Joseph Zimmerman (FD) Charles Pottenger (TA) Milton Summerfelt (P) Charles Pottenger (TA) Milton Summerfelt (CP) Gene Tibbets (C) Robert Stillman (FD) Gene Tibbets (C) Clinton True (FD) Thomas Truxtun (C) Clinton True (FD) Thomas Truxtun (C) James Scott (OH) Thomas Truxtun (C) William Bradley (P) Charles Sherburne (FA) Woodrow Wilson (CP) Arthur Frontczak (P) Joseph Thigpen (SA) William Smith (FD) Levin Broughton (G) John Donaldson (P) Richard Groves (IH) Norman Mallory (P) William Devens (C) William Stites (OH) Richard Groves (IH) William Devens (C) A.C. Haussmann (IH) John McEnery (FD) James Hartinger (C) Jack Rust (G) John McEnery (D) James Hartinger (M) James Hartinger (M)

1951 1952 1953 1954 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1981 1983 1984 2005 2011

Bruno Giordano (D) Edward Meyer (M) Albert Lorenzen (M) John Johnson (G) Peter Leone (A) Oliver Combs (M) Ben Glyphis (D) Don Tillar (D) Charles Getz (M) Don Tillar (D) Bill Carpenter (D) Hal Eubanks (M) Bob Miser (A) Sam Wilder (M) Dick Buckner (D) Al Biddison (M) Bob Fuellhart (D) A. Norman Webb (G) Mike Buckley (D) Roy Buckner (M) Tom Sheckells (A) A. Norman Webb (G) Bob Radcliffe (D) Tom Sheckells (A) Tim Vogel (M) Frank Kobes (M) Chris Pettit (A) Glynn Hale (M) Pete Cramblet (A) Pete Cramblet (A) Dick Luecke (D) Pete Cramblet (A) Tom Cafaro (A) Tom Cafaro (A) Ron Liss (M) Tom O’Leary (D) Bob Henry (D) Frank Giordano (A) George Slabowski (G) Mike Riccardi (D) John Walker (A) Jeremy Boltus (A)

Tim Henderson ’12 was a two-time honorable mention All-American and the 2012 Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year.

SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICA (64) 1922 1923 1924 1925 1927 1928 1929 1938 1939 1940 1943 1944 1945

1946 1947 1949 1950 1951 1952

Armond J. Salmon Russell A. Baker Armand J. Salmon Henry R. Westphalinger Harry E. Wilson Charles F. Born Harry E. Wilson Lyle E. Seeman Morris Goldberg John M. Finn William Bradley Charles R. Fairlamb Gabriel A. Ivan George R. Hayman John J. Cushman Robert J. Harman Robert J. Harman Alvan C. Hadley Archibald V. Arnold Levin B. Broughton Sam Walker Jack Rust Henry Foldberg Jack Rust R.B. Preuit Philo Lange Edward Markham Daniel Foldberg Joseph Austin Lloyd Rhiddlehoover

Key: A—Attack C—Center CP—Cover Point D—Defense FA—First Attack FD—First Defense G—Goal Tom Sheckells was a two-time first team All-America in 1964 and 1965.

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John Walker was named first team All-America attackman in 2005.

1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1961 1963 1965 1966 1969 1971 1972 1973 1974 1977 1979 1980 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

Peter Leone Ray Dunway John Giddings Ray Dunway John Giddings Ben Glyphis Perry Smith Raymond Riggan Raymond Riggan Mike Harvey Bob Miser Bob Miser Glen Adams Pat Hillier Paul Stanley Bill Ritch Chris Pettit Tom Cafaro John Connors Steve Wood Buck Walker Russ Bolling Tom O’Leary Tom O’Leary Jose Olivero Nick DiLauria Bob Henry Paul Cino Mike Riccardi George Slabowski P.J. O’Sullivan Pat Daly Tom Hickman Bob Betchley

IH—In Home M—Midfield OH—Out Home P—Point SA—Second Attack SD—Second Defense TA—Third Attack TD—Third Defense


@ARMY_LACROSSE ARMY ALL-AMERICA AWARDS THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICA (41) 1923 1925 1926 1927 1929 1939 1940 1947 1950 1953 1957 1958

1959 1960 1963 1964 1967 1968 1969 1970 1972 1973 1977 1978

1983 1985 1986 1987 1991 2008 2011 2012 2013

Lawrence Barroll Walter D. Merrill Frank G. Fraser Prentice E. Yeomans Thomas J.H. Trapnell Thomas J.H. Trapnell Clyde R. McBride Alvan C. Gillem Alvan C. Gillem John T. Marley Edward Meyer Robert Maladowitz Max Murrell Stan Touchstone William H.L. Mullins Bob Grete Charles Getz Steve Fertig Steve Fertig Edward Laurance Ray Buckner Tom Sheckells Bill Ritch Dave Rivers Jack Mayer Terry Young Robert Stewart Rick Goodhand Rick Goodhand Scott Finlay Scott Finlay Jim Pappafotis Jose Olivero Paul Cino Dan Williams Dan Williams Bob Betchley Rob Cahill Adam Fullerton Bill Henderson Garrett Thul Brendan Buckley

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICA (130) 1922 1923 1925 1926 1927 1931 1933 1945 1946 1947 1948

1949 1950 1951

1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

Carl W. Meyer Charles Coates Henry R. Baxter Armand J. Salmon Shelton E. Prudhomme Shelton E. Prudhomme Maurice F. Daly John W. Brady John R. Waters Robert H. Douglas Sam Walker Beano Hadley Robert M. Montague John T. Marley John S. Egbert Wallace A. Ford Raymond O. Barton William Travis Thomas F. Bullock Boyde W. Allen Philo B. Lange Edward M. Markham Anderson O. Hubbard Joseph C. Austin Albert I. Lorenzen Billy J. Ellis Donald A. McGann Ralph M. Cline Ralph M. Cline Thomas H. Jones John H.J. Giddings Joe H. Shear Richard W. Hobbs James E. Torrence Norris B. Harbold John H. Higgins William E. Yates William E. Yates John L. Weigner John G. Evans Robert B. Howe William A. Fitzgerald Robert B. Howe Freeman I. Howard

1960 1961

1962 1963 1964 1965 1967

1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Dwight E. Beach Douglas Campbell Richard A. Buckner Samuel D. Wilder Al Biddison Bob Fuellhart Ron Hannon Al Biddison Charles C. Darrell A. Norman Webb Jackson C. Reavill Charles C. Darrell John C. Ellerson Bill Ritch Timothy J. Vogel William M. Annan John N. Cullen Robert B. Johnson Tom Schwartz Gordon L. Rankin Ray Enners Rick Rider Rick Rider Charles Jarvis Charles Jarvis Ed Hirsch Ed Hirsch John Connors Russ Bolling Frank Eich Mike Griswold Tom Fitzsimmons Tom Fitzsimmons Rick Goodhand Matt Finley Mike Burnett Jose Olivero Ted Harkin Steve McManus Kevin Scherrer Nick DiLauria Roger Wieland Kevin MacGibbon Joe Fetzer

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

1986 1987 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2010 2011 2012 2013

Kevin MacGibbon Joe Fetzer Paul Cino George Slabowski Frank Giordano George Slabowski Frank Giordano Harry Jackson P.J. O’Sullivan Rich Sajkoski Tom Donovan Bob Gilmartin Rob Hoynes Rob Koehler Peter Short Tom Hickman Joel Portuese Steve Heller Steve Heller Chris Lepp Steve Heller Eric Waltz Sean Turner Chris Carrano Ross Yastrzemsky Tim Pearson Tim Pearson Tim Pearson Jeff Bryan Jeff Bryan John Walker Jim Wagner Matt Luyster John Walker Jeremy Boltus Bill Henderson Tom Palesky Tim Henderson Garrett Thul Tom Palesky Tim Henderson Garrett Thul John Glesener

ALTERNATES (6) 1930 1933 1935 1936 1937

Irving Lehrfield Charlie Pottenger Bob Stillman James Scott Perry “Dukie” Hoisington Charlie Sherburne

Jeremy Boltus’ 11 is Army’s most recent first team AllAmerica selection.

Three-time All-American Jose Olivero was named a honorable-mention selection in 1975.

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS ARMY LACROSSE CAREER RECORDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Tim Pearson ’02 Jeremy Boltus ’11 John Walker ’06 Steve Heller ’93 Bob Betchley ’88 Scott Finlay ’78 Garrett Thul ’13 Jeff Bryan ’04 Tom Cafaro ’71 Frank Giordano ’83 Jim Wagner ’05 Pete Cramblet ’70 Dan Brostek ’96 Paul Cino ’83 Rob Manning ’96

238 214 209 204 191 186 183 183 167 167 151 150 148 140 137

GROUND BALLS/GAME

GROUND BALLS

ALL-TIME SCORING LEADERS 15. Bob Miser ’60 Phil Mandry ’93 17. Ted Harkin ’78 18. Tom Sheckells ’65 Dave Reeves ’79 20. Ross Yastrzemsky ’97 21. Chad Hadlock ’98 22. Doug Shaver ’87 23. Eric Waltz ’93 24. Pete Short ’85 25. Pat Daly ’86 26. Rob McCallion ’11 Jason Peyer ’09 Chad Allen ’93

135 135 133 128 128 121 118 113 109 106 103 100 100 100

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Eric Waltz ’93 Ryan Hanrahan ’01 Dan Williams ’87 Ryan McCormack ’97 John Ryan ’03 Chris Carrano ’96 John Walker ’06 Tim Henderson ’12 9. Joel Portuese ’88 10. Erik Mineo ’05

288 267 262 246 222 206 196 196 194 193

FACEOFF WINS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tony Vozzolo ’06 Brian Mennes ’88 Ryan McCormack ’97 Derek Sipperly ’12 Eric Waltz ’93 Chris Zupa ’85 Eric Mineo ’05 Alex Garn ’01 Sean Reppard ’09 Paul Royle ’94

Tony Vozzolo ’06 Ryan McCormack ’97 Derek Sipperly ’12 Brian Mennes ’88 Eric Waltz ’93 Chris Zupa ’85 Eric Mineo ’05 Alex Garn ’01 Paul Royle ’94 Zack Russo ’99

Eric Waltz ’93 Ryan Hanrahan ’01 Joel Portuese ’88 Dan Williams ’87 Ryan McCormack ’97 Eric Mineo ’05 Brian Mennes ’88 John Ryan ’03 Rob Koehler ’85 Chris Carrano ’96

5.14 4.94 4.85 4.76 4.73 4.71 4.44 4.27 4.24 3.75

FACEOFF WIN % 462 441 440 391 374 366 335 286 245 234

FACEOFF ATTEMPTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Chris Zupa ’85 Brian Mennes ’88 Alex Daly ’16 Eric Mineo ’05 Ryan McCormack ’97 Tony Vozzolo ’06 Paul Royle ’94 8. Eric Waltz ’93 9. Brian Nakamura ’89 10. Mike Kamon ’03

.619 .604 .586 .574 .553 .535 .535 .533 .529 .523

GOALIE SAVES 863 795 775 730 701 591 584 551 437 310

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Adam Fullerton ‘08 George Slabowski ’84 Rick Aguilar ’94 Tom Palesky ’11 Joel Portuese ’88 Dominik Nogic ‘02 Jack Rust ’49 Matt Darak ’05 Travis Loving ’96 Jack Johnson ’53

620 603 598 544 510 503 491 475 470 443

Scott Finlay ’78 held Army’s goal-scoring record for 35 years until Garrett Thul ’13 broke it in 2013. Thul finished his decorated career with 163 career goals.

GOALS SCORED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Garrett Thul ’13 Scott Finlay ’78 Steve Heller ’93 Bob Betchley ’88 John Walker ’06 Jim Wagner ’05 Dan Brostek ’96 Frank Giordano ’83 Pete Cramblet ’70 Tom Cafaro ’71 Phil Mandry ’93 Tim Pearson ’02 Jeremy Boltus ’11 Doug Shaver ’87 Rob Manning ’96 Joe Austin ’52 Ross Yastrzemsky ’97 Jason Peyer ’09 Bob Miser ’60 Jeff Bryan ’04 Marko Kostovic ’04 P.J. O’Sullivan ’85 Richard Groves ’45

ASSISTS 163 140 130 127 125 118 118 108 107 96 96 96 90 89 88 80 75 73 71 69 69 69 69

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20.

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Tim Pearson ’02 Jeremy Boltus ’11 Jeff Bryan ’04 John Walker ’06 Tom Sheckells ’65 Paul Cino ’83 Ted Harkin ’78 Steve Heller ’93 Tom Cafaro ’71 Dave Reeves ’79 Bob Betchley ’88 Bob Miser ’60 Eric Waltz ’93 Frank Giordano ’83 Pete Short ’85 Rob McCallion ’11 Rob Manning ’96 Mike Colon ’95 John Glesener ’15 Scott Finlay ’78 Ross Yastrzemsky ’97

142 124 114 84 80 78 76 74 71 66 64 64 64 59 58 54 49 47 47 46 46

Tim Pearson ’02 is Army’s all-time points (238) assists (142) leader.


@ARMY_LACROSSE ARMY LACROSSE SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS INDIVIDUAL ARMY RECORDS Most Points, Career Most Points, Season Most Points, Game

238 85 12

Most Goals, Career Most Goals, Season Most Goals, Game

183 51 10

Most Assists, Career Most Assists, Season

142 45

Most Assists, Game

8 8 620 227 39

Most Saves, Career Most Saves, Season Most Saves, Game

POINTS 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16.

19. 20.

Tom Cafaro, 1971 Jeremy Boltus, 2011 John Walker, 2005 Scott Finlay, 1978 Jeremy Boltus, 2010 Paul Cino, 1982 Tim Pearson, 2001 Jim Wagner, 2004 Tim Pearson, 2002 Bob Betchley, 1987 John Glesener, 2013 Scott Finlay, 1977 Bob Miser, 1960 Steve Heller, 1991 Steve Heller, 1993 John Walker, 2004 Jeff Bryan, 2003 Tim Pearson, 2000 Dan Brostek, 1996 Phil Mandry, 1993 Bob Betchley, 1988

11.

13. 14. 16. 18.

21.

Tom Cafaro, 1971 Scott Finlay, 1978 Jim Wagner, 2004 Scott Finlay, 1977 Garrett Thul, 2011 Jim Wagner, 2005 Bob Betchley, 1987 Doug Shaver, 1987 Joe Austin, 1952 Dan Brostek, 1996 Garrett Thul, 2013 Garrett Thul, 2010 Steve Heller, 1993 Garrett Thul, 2012 Pete Cramblet, 1969 Jason Peyer, 2009 John Walker, 2005 John Walker, 2004 Rob Cahill, 1991 Phil Mandry, 1993 Frank Giordano, 1982 Frank Giordano, 1981 Dan Brostek, 1995 Bob Betchley, 1988 Pete Cramblet, 1968

Tim Pearson ’02 Jeff Bryan (2003), Jeremy Boltus (2011) Tim Pearson vs. Lehigh, 2002 Paul Cino vs. Bucknell, 1982 Adam Fullertom ’08 Matt Darak (2004) Jim Torrence vs. Navy, 1954

ASSISTS 85 69 69 68 67 66 66 64 63 63 61 60 59 59 58 57 57 57 56 54 53

GOALS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tim Pearson ’02 (96 g/142 a) Tom Cafaro (1971: 51 g/34 a) Russ Bolling vs. Mt. Washington, (1972: 8 g/4 a) Garrett Thul ’13 Tom Cafaro (1971) Joe Austin vs. Cornell, 1952

1. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 12. 14. 16.

19.

Jeff Bryan, 2003 Jeremy Boltus, 2011 Tim Pearson, 2002 Paul Cino, 1982 Tim Pearson, 2001 Jeremy Boltus, 2010 Jeff Bryan, 2004 Tom Sheckells, 1965 Tom Cafaro, 1971 John Walker, 2005 Tim Pearson, 2000 John Glesener, 2013 Tim Pearson, 1999 Steve Heller, 1991 Bob Miser, 1960 John Walker, 2006 Rob Manning, 1996 Tom Sheckells, 1963 Jeremy Boltus, 2009 Tom Harkin, 1978 Tom Cafaro, 1969

45 45 42 42 39 38 38 35 34 31 31 30 30 28 28 26 26 26 25 25 25

GROUND BALLS 51 49 46 43 42 42 42 42 42 42 41 41 41 39 39 38 38 37 37 36 36 36 35 35 35

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14.

Rob Koehler, 1985 John Ryan, 2003 Chris Carrano, 1996 Ryan McCormack, 1996 Derek Sipperly, 2012 Ryan McCormack, 1997 Dan Williams, 1987 Ryan Hanrahan, 2001 Chris Zupa, 1985 Rob Cahill, 1991 Joel Portuese, 1986 Brian Mennes, 1987 Eric Waltz, 1991 Zack Russo, 1998

105 101 100 100 97 93 93 91 88 86 86 85 83 82

ARMY RECORD BOOK NOTE: Up until the 1972 lacrosse season, plebes were not permitted to play at the varsity level.

Entering his junior season, attackman John Glesener is six points away from reaching 100 for his career.

GOALIE SAVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Matt Darak, 2004 Jack Torrence, 1955 Tom Palesky, 2009 Jack Johnson, 1953 Travis Loving, 1996 Tom Palesky, 2010 Joel Portuese, 1987 Rick Aguilar, 1993 Matt Darak, 2003 Lou Kousouris, 1998

FACEOFF WINS 227 209 204 203 200 199 192 178 177 173

GOALIE SAVE % 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Jack Johnson, 1953 Don Workman, 1968 Rob Stewart, 1969 Norm Webb, 1964 George Slabowski, 1983 Rob Stewart, 1970 George Slabowski, 1984 Joel Portuese, 1987 George Slabowski, 1981 Rick Aguilar, 1992

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Brian Mennes, 1987 Derek Sipperly, 2012 Tony Vozzolo, 2003 Chris Zupa, 1985 Ryan McCormack, 1996 Ryan McCormack, 1997 Alex Garn, 2001 Alex Daly, 2013 Chris Zupa, 1984 Zack Russo, 1998

191 171 168 166 156 149 143 140 139 137

FACEOFF WIN % .754 .699 .698 .685 .678 .675 .662 .653 .652 .652

1. 2.

Brian Mennes, 1988 Ryan McCormack, 1996 Eric Waltz, 1991 4. Brian Mennes, 1987 5. Tony Vozzolo, 2003 Erik Mineo, 2004 Ryan McCormack, 1997 8. Alex Daly, 2013 9. Derek Sipperly, 2012 10. Alex Garn, 2000

.660 .609 .609 .597 .587 .587 .587 .586 .562 .555

NCAA RECORDS AT ARMY TEAM Faceoffs Won (single game) 34 – Army vs. Air Force (April 29, 1987); Virginia vs. VMI (April 9, 1996) Man-Up Offense Efficiency (season) .578 – Army, 1997 (37 of 64) INDIVIDUAL Faceoffs Won (single game) 30 – Tony Vozzolo, Army vs. Lehigh (April 1, 2003); Bill Dirrigl, Syracuse vs. Cortland St. (March 16, 1988) Fastest Goal From Start of Game :06 – Chad Allen, Army vs. Navy (April 6, 1991) John Glesener, vs. UMass (Feb. 10, 2013); vs. Navy (April 13, 2013) Fastest Consecutive Goals by Same Team :05 – Army (Rob Lewis then Justin Charise) vs. Penn State (April 3, 1999) Butler (Lawrence O’Toole, both goals) vs. Denver (April 23, 2004)

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS ARMY SINGLE GAME & TEAM RECORDS POINTS

FACEOFF WINS

TEAM SEASON/GAME RECORDS

1.

1. Tony Vozzolo ......................... 30 (vs. Lehigh, 4/1/03)* 2. Ryan McCormack ................. 21 (at Hofstra, 4/19/96) 3. Alex Daly........................... 20 (vs. Bucknell 4/26/13) Alex Garn............................... 20 (vs. Lafayette, 4/20/01) *NCAA Record

Most Games Played, Season ..............................................17 (2005, 2010) Most Games Won, Season ............................................................12 (1993) Most Games Lost, Season .............................................................10 (2009) Most Consecutive Wins ........................................... 12 (1936-37, 1958-59) Most Consecutive Losses ................................................................ 8 (2007) Best Winning Percentage, Season .........1.000 (1907, 1909, 1910, 1958) Lowest Winning Percentage, Season ........................................ .300 (1974) Most Goals, Season ......................................................................219 (1991) Best Scoring Average, Season ............. 16.0 (1959, 160 goals/10 games) ................................................................. 15.6 (1991, 219 goals/14 games) ................................................................... 15.4 (1958, 138 goals/9 games) Most Goals, Game............................. 35 vs. Boston University, 1931 (35-0) Most Goals Against, Game ........................... 23 vs. Maryland, 1973 (8-23) .................................................................23 vs. Johns Hopkins, 1995 (8-23) .................................................................23 vs. Johns Hopkins, 1997 (5-23) Most Goals Against, Season ............................................ 173 (1990, 1995) Highest Opp. Scoring Avg., Season ......13.3 (1990, 173 goals/13 games) Fewest Goals Against, Season (Min. 8 games) ............................12 (1931) Fewest Goals Against, Season (Min. 10 games) ..........................53 (1948) Longest Game ........................... 74:22 (3/21/87, Army 10, Brown 9 - 4OT) Most Overtime Games, Season .......................... 5 (2010, 3 wins, 2 losses) Most Shutouts, Season .................................................................... 5 (1931) Most Consecutive Shutouts.........................................................3 (1931-32) Most Shutouts Against, Season ............................................1 (1924, 1943) Most Overtime Periods, Season ....................................................... 8 (1987)

2. 3. 4.

Russ Bolling .......................... 12 (vs. Mt. Washington, 6/3/72) Tim Pearson.......................... 11 (at Lehigh, 5/4/02) Pat Daly ....................................9 (at Yale, 4/16/86) Many tied ................................8 last – John Glesener (vs. Lafayette, 3/23/13)

GOALS

GROUND BALLS

1.

1.

2. 3.

Joe Austin ............................. 10 (vs. Cornell, 5/7/52) Russ Bolling .............................8 (vs. Mt. Washington, 6/3/72) Garrett Thul .............................7 (vs. Michigan, 3/2/13) (vs. VMI, 2/16/13) Jordan Gros..............................7 (vs. Lehigh, 4/8/97) Tom Cafaro ..............................7 (vs. Cornell, 5/29/71)

3.

ASSISTS 1.

3.

Tim Pearson.............................8 (at Lehigh, 5/4/02) Paul Cino..................................8 (at Bucknell, 4/28/82) Mike Hoynes ............................7 (vs. Michigan State, 3/29/88)

9.

Rob Cahill.............................. 15 (at Cornell, 3/9/91) Joel Portuese ........................ 15 (vs. Syracuse, 3/28/87) Erik Mineo............................. 14 (vs. Holy Cross, 3/12/02) Zack Russo ........................... 14 (vs. Penn State, 4/4/98) Eric Waltz .............................. 14 (vs. Gettysburg, 3/3/98) Ryan McCormack ................. 14 (at Navy, 4/25/97) Eric Waltz .............................. 14 (at Cornell, 3/9/91) Dan Williams......................... 14 (vs. C.W. Post, 5/6/87) Zack Russo ........................... 13 (at Lehigh, 4/11/98) Joel Portuese ........................ 13 (at St. John’s, 3/25/87)

Miscellaneous Team Records

TEAM RECORDS SINGLE-SEASON

SINGLE-GAME

GROUND BALLS 1. 1985 ........... 830 2. 1991 ........... 827 3. 1992 ........... 822 4. 1983 ........... 815 5. 1994 ........... 803 6. 1993 ........... 798 7. 1996 ........... 778 8. 1987 ........... 752 9. 1995 ........... 732 10. 1997 ........... 682

GROUND BALLS 1. at Lafayette (5/2/95) 2. at Lafayette (4/30/96) 3. at Colgate (5/1/91) vs. Air Force (4/29/87) 5. vs. Lehigh (4/8/97) 6. vs. Holy Cross (4/19/94) vs. Lafayette (3/22/94) vs. Air Force (4/26/92) 9. vs. Gettysburg (3/2/91) 10. at Bucknell (4/28/82)

FACEOFF WINNING PCT. 1. 1984 .............637 (177-278) 2.. 1988 ........... .622 (180-289) 3. 1987 ........... .609 (215-353) 4. 2003........... .586 (190-358) 1985 ........... .586 (188-321) 6. 1997 .............576 (205-356) 7. 1996 ............ .575 (215-374)

FACEOFF WINNING PCT. 1. vs. Lafayette (5/1/01) .889 2. vs. Lafayette (3/30/04) .864 3. vs. Lehigh (4/1/03) .857 4. vs. Lafayette (3/22/94) .846 5. vs. Bucknell (4/26/13) .833 6. vs. Notre Dame (4/13/02) .818 7. vs. Air Force (4/29/87) .809 8. vs. Gettysburg (3/3/90) .808

Miscellaneous Team Records

FACEOFF WINS 1. 2003.......... 227 (387 attempts) 2. 1991 .......... 222 (411 attempts) 3. 2004.......... 221 (401 attempts) 4. 1987 .......... 215 (353 attempts) 5. 1996 ...........215 (374 attempts) 6. 1997 ......... 205 (356 attempts) 7. 1993 ......... 204 (413 attempts)

FACEOFF WINS 1. vs. Air Force (4/29/87) 2. vs. Lehigh (4/1/03) 3. vs. Lafayette (5/1/01) 4. vs. Colgate (4/28/92) vs. Lehigh (4/16/91) 6. vs. Lehigh (4/08/97) vs. Lafayette (3/22/94)

94 89 80 80 79 76 76 76 75 74

34 30 24 23 23 22 22 Tony Vozzolo won an NCAA-record 30 faceoffs versus Lehigh on April 1, 2003.

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@ARMY_LACROSSE NORTH-SOUTH SENIOR ALL-STARS 1940 ..............Charles Fairlamb (G), Eben Swift (D) 1942 ..............Hal Crain (G), William Smith (D) 1943 ..............Gabby Ivan (M), R.H. Groves (OH), Bud Bolling (M) 1946 ..............A.C. Haussmann (IH), Sam Walker, Richard Bresnahan, William Devens (C), Alvan Hadley 1947 ..............James Hartinger (C), Hank Foldberg (D), Robert Montague 1948 ..............Ray Barton (M), John McEnery (D), William Travis (M), John Egbert (A) 1949 ..............Boyde Allen (D), John Rust (D) 1950 ..............Anderson Hubbard (D) 1951 ..............Billy Ellis (M), Edward Meyer (M), Bruno Giordano (D), Donald McGann (D) 1952 ..............Joseph Austin (A), Albert Lorenzen (M), Ralph Cline (M), Loyd Rhiddlehoover (D) 1953 ..............Stan Touchstone (M), Louis Freidersdorff (A) 1954 ..............Oliver Combs (M), Richard Hobbs (A), Peter Leone (A) 1955 ..............Thomas Auger (M), John Giddings (M), John Pickitt (D) 1956 ..............Stainton Smith (D), Perry Smith (A), Norris Harbold (M) 1957 ..............Ben Glyphis (D), John Weigner (M) 1958 ..............Raymond Riggin (G), Michael Harvey (M) 1959 ..............Don Tillar (D), Freeman Howard (D), Steve Fertig (A), Dwight Beach (M) 1960 ..............Edward Laurance (G), Bob Miser (A), Charles Belan, Hal Eubanks (M) 1961 ..............Kim Fox (D), Ron Hannon (M) 1962 ..............Bob Fuellhart (D), Jackson Reavill (D), Al Biddison (M), Charles Darrell (A), Richard Ryer (D), 1963 ..............Don Smith (M) 1964 ..............A. Norman Webb (G) 1965 ..............Tom Sheckells (A) 1966 ..............Frank Kobes (M) 1967 ..............Chris Pettit (A) 1968 ..............Bud Neswiacheny, Jack Mayer, Rick Rider 1969 ..............Dick Luecke (D) 1970 ..............Robert Stewart (G), Pete Cramblet (A), John Connors (A) 1971 ...............Steve Wood, Ron Liss (M), Tom Cafaro (A) 1972 ..............Frank Eich (M), Russ Bolling 1973 ..............Tom Fitzsimmons 1974 ...............Rick Goodhand (M), Tom O’Leary (D) 1976 ...............Rick Bifulco (M) 1977...............Kevin Scherrer (M) Rick Bifulco ’76 1978 ..............#Scott Finlay (A), Jim Pappafotis (M), Jose Olivero (G) 1979 ..............Nick DeLauria (D) 1980 ..............Joe Fetzer (M), Kevin MacGibbon (G) 1981 ..............Bob Henry (D), Pete Hillebrand (D) 1982 ..............Harry Jackson (A), Bill Sardella (M) 1983 ..............Frank Giordano (A), Paul Cino (A) 1984 ..............Mike Riccardi (D) 1985 ..............P.J. O’Sullivan (M), Bob Gilmartin (D) 1986 ..............Pat Daly (M) 1987 ..............Joe Gillis (A), Dan Williams (D) 1988 ..............Bob Betchley (A), Joel Portuese (G) 1989 ..............Mike Dieroff (M) 1990 ..............John O’Grady* (D) 1991 ..............Rob Cahill (M), Greg Wilcox*, Bill O’Brien* 1992 ..............Ed McGuire (M), Chris Prentice (M), Chris Lepp (D) 1993 ..............Steve Heller (A), Eric Waltz (M), Adam Silva (D) 1994 ..............Brian Knapp (M), Sean Turner* 1995 ..............Mike Colon (M) 1996 ..............Dan Brostek (A) 1997 ..............Joe Whaley (D), Ross Yastrzemsky (M) 1998 ..............Kevin Hegarty 2000 ..............Tom Martin (M), Justin Charise (D) 2002 ..............Tim Pearson (A), Al Tofani (D) 2003 ..............John Ryan (M) 2004 ..............Jeff Bryan (A) 2005 ..............Jim Wagner (A) 2006 ..............Matt Luyster (D) 2008 ..............Justin Bokmeyer (A), Jay Larson (D) 2009 ..............Kevin LoRusso (M) 2011 ..............Jeremy Boltus (A), Rob McCallion (M), Tom Palesky (G) 2012 ..............Devin Lynch (M), Tim Henderson (LSM), Larry LoRusso (D) (L to R) 2011 All-Star participants Rob McCallion, Tom Palesky and Jeremy Boltus. ........................Joe Alberici (Head Coach, North Team) * Alternate; # Game MVP The inaugural North-South All-Star Game was played in Baltimore, Md. in 1940. Research courtesy of US Lacrosse. No game was played in 1944 or 1945. Positions listed when available.

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS ARMY IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT ARMY NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 1923 1944 1945 1951 1958 1959 1961 1969

National Champions National Champions National Champions – with Navy National Champions – with Princeton National Champions National Champions – with Maryland and Johns Hopkins National Champions – with Navy National Champions – with Johns Hopkins

Now in its 41st season, the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament continues to be the premier event of the college lacrosse season each spring. NFL stadiums have hosted lacrosse’s final four in each of the past seven years, setting attendance records in each successive season. M&T Bank Stadium, home of the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens, served as host site for three championship events in 2003, 2004 and 2007, and will bring the championship weekend back again in 2010 and 2011. Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field served as host of championship weekend in 2005 and 2006, while Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass, home of the New England Patriots, hosted the 2008 and 2009 championships. Syracuse won its 11th NCAA Title last season with a 10-9 victory over Cornell in the championship game, played in front of over 50,000 fans. Army has played an important role in the development of the NCAA Tournament, having appeared in 15 postseason brackets and hosting tournament contests on seven occasions. The Black Knights have reached the final four twice since the tournament was created in 1971, Former head coach Jack Emmer reached the NCAA Tournament 16 times, ranking him second all-time in NCAA history. He took the Army Black Knights to the postseason tournament a schoolrecord eight times. He also reached the postseason seven consecutive seasons during his previous two stops at Cortland and Washington & Lee. That mark of consistency ranks tied for 12th all-time in the NCAAs. Former Army great Tom Cafaro (’71) still holds a share of an NCAA Tournament record with his seven goals in the 1971 semifinals against Cornell. That is tied for the most goals scored by an individual in an NCAA semifinal game. It is also the second-highest total scored in any NCAA Tournament contest. Cafaro’s 18 points in the 1971 tournament set a postseason scoring record and is still tied for the seventh best single postseason performance by an individual in the NCAAs. More amazingly, Cafaro amassed his 18 points in just two tournament games.

NCAA DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS YEAR 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 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 2010 2011 2012 2013

RESULT HOST SITE Cornell 12, Maryland 6 Hempstead, N.Y. Virginia 13, Johns Hopkins 12 College Park, Md. Maryland 10, Johns Hopkins 9 (OT) Philadelphia, Pa. Johns Hopkins 17, Maryland 12 New Brunswick, N.J. Maryland 20, Navy 13 Baltimore, Md. Cornell 16, Maryland 13 (OT) Providence, R.I. Cornell 16, Johns Hopkins 8 Charlottesville, Va. Johns Hopkins 13, Cornell 8 New Brunswick, N.J. Johns Hopkins 15, Maryland 9 College Park, Md. Johns Hopkins 9, Virginia 8 (OT) Ithaca, N.Y. North Carolina 14, Johns Hopkins 13 Princeton, N.J. North Carolina 7, Johns Hopkins 5 Charlottesville, Va. Syracuse 17, Johns Hopkins 16 New Brunswick, N.J. Johns Hopkins 13, Syracuse 10 Newark, Del. Johns Hopkins 11, Syracuse 4 Providence, R.I. North Carolina 10, Virginia 9 (OT) Newark, Del. Johns Hopkins 11, Cornell 10 New Brunswick, N.J. Syracuse 13, Cornell 8 Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse 13, Johns Hopkins 12 College Park, Md. Syracuse 21, Loyal 9 (Syracuse vacated title due to ineligible player) New Brunswick, N.J. North Carolina 18, Towson 13 Syracuse, N.Y. Princeton 10, Syracuse 9 (2OT) Philadelphia, Pa. Syracuse 13, North Carolina 12 College Park, Md. Princeton 9, Virginia 8 (OT) College Park, Md. Syracuse 13, Maryland 9 College Park, Md. Princeton 13, Virginia 12 (OT) College Park, Md. Princeton 19, Maryland 7 College Park, Md. Princeton 15, Maryland 5 New Brunswick, N.J. Virginia 12, Syracuse 10 College Park, Md. Syracuse 13, Princeton 7 College Park, Md. Princeton 10, Syracuse 9 (OT) New Brunswick, N.J. Syracuse 13, Princeton 12 New Brunswick, N.J. Virginia 9, Johns Hopkins 7 Baltimore, Md. Syracuse 14, Navy 13 Baltimore, Md. Johns Hopkins 9, Duke 8 Philadelphia, Pa. Virginia 15, Massachusetts 7 Philadelphia, Pa. Johns Hopkins 12, Duke 11 Baltimore, Md. Syracuse 13 Johns Hopkins 10 Foxborough, Mass. Syracuse 10, Cornell 9 Foxborough, Mass. Duke 6, Notre Dame 5 (OT) Baltimore, Md. Virginia 9, Maryland 7 Baltimore, Md. Loyola 9, Maryland 3 Baltimore, Md. Duke 16, Syracuse 10 Philadelphia, Pa.

Making its third-straight NCAA Tournament appearance, Army took on Georgetown in first-round action in 2005.

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@ARMY_LACROSSE ARMY IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT Since its inception in 1971, Army has played a distinctive role in the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships. The Black Knights are one of only 13 programs to reach the postseason at least a dozen times, including three-straight appearances from 2003-2005. Additionally, Army has reached the final four of the tournament on two occasions (1971 and 1984). A grand total of 53 programs have qualified for the NCAA Tournament in its 40-year history. Expanding to 16 teams in 2003, the premier event of the men’s lacrosse season welcomes seven automatic qualifiers and selects nine at-large schools to fill out its bracket each year. The game’s growth over the years necessitated a move of championship weekend to larger stadiums. M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore has hosted three of the last six championship weekends, while Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field hosted the 2005 and 2006 festivities. The 2013 Final Four was once again played over Memorial Day weekend. The semifinals and finals took place at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.

The Black Knights have been a part of the NCAA Tournament 16 times and rank 14th all-time in tournament appearances. Army has qualified for the NCAAs at least twice in every decade since the tournament began in 1971. Current Army head coach Joe Alberici is no stranger to the NCAAs. He was an associate head coach at Duke University for nine seasons, leading the Blue Devils to the National Championship game in 2005 before falling by one goal to Johns Hopkins. Duke spent the majority of that season ranked second nationally behind the Blue Jays. West Point and venerable Michie Stadium have played host to the NCAA Tournament seven times, most recently in 2001 when Notre Dame, Bucknell, Virginia and Hofstra squared off in firstround tilts.

ARMY IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT DATE 05/22/71 05/29/71 05/20/72 05/19/73 05/17/78 05/20/81 05/19/82 05/18/83 05/16/84 05/20/84 05/15/85 05/13/87 05/15/93 05/22/93 05/11/96 05/10/03 05/15/04 05/15/05 05/16/10 05/23/10

OPPONENT RESULT HOFSTRA W, 19-3 CORNELL L, 16-17 at Virginia L, 3-10 at Johns Hopkins L, 5-11 at Navy L, 13-16 NAVY L, 10-16 at Cornell L, 9-11 NORTH CAROLINA L, 6-12 at Pennsylvania W, 8-7 at Syracuse L, 9-11 at Virginia L, 6-10 ADELPHI L, 5-6 MARYLAND W, 15-11 at North Carolina L, 5-14 vs. Syracuse (Ithaca, N.Y.) L, 3-12 at Johns Hopkins L, 2-14 at Maryland L, 12-16 at Georgetown L, 6-16 at Syracuse W, 9-8 (2OT) vs. Cornell (Stony Brook, N.Y.) L, 5-14

NCAA PARTICIPATION BY TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

BY WINNING PERCENTAGE

APP. 41 36 35 32 28 26 25 21 20 19 18 17 17 16 12 11 11 11 9 8 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

SCHOOL (YRS.) Syracuse (32) Princeton (20) Johns Hopkins (41) Duke (17) Virginia (35) Cornell (25) Maryland (36) North Carolina (28) SUNY Cortland (1) Georgetown (11) Denver (6) Loyola (Md.) (19) Notre Dame (18) Towson (11) Navy (26) Yale (5) Colgate (2) Delaware (6) Adelphi (4) Stony Brook (2) Massachusetts (21) Brown (12) Harvard (5) Washington & Lee (8) Ohio State (4) Army (16) Albany (4) Hofstra (17) Rutgers (9) Pennsylvania (11) Bryant (1) Butler (1) C.W. Post (1) Dartmouth (1) Detroit (1) Hartford (1) Manhattan (1) Marist (1) New Hampshire (1) N.C. State (1) Air Force (2) Canisius (2) Bucknell (2) Fairfield (2) Lehigh (2) Mount St. Mary’s (2) Siena (2) Villanova (2) Michigan State (3) Penn State (3) Providence (3) Hobart (4) UMBC (5)

SCHOOL YEARS Johns Hopkins.............................................................................................................. 1972-2012 Maryland ........................... 1971-79, 1981-83, 1986-87, 1989, 1991-98, 2000-01, 2003-13 Virginia............................................1971-74, 1978-86, 1988, 1990-91, 1993-2003, 2005-12 Syracuse ......................................................................................1979-81, 1983-89, 1991-2013 North Carolina.......................................................... 1976-77, 1980-96, 1998, 2004, 2008-13 Navy .....................................................................1971-82, 1986-89, 1992-94, 1999, 2004-09 Cornell .................... 1971, 1974-80, 1982-83, 1987-89, 1995, 2000, 2002, 2004-11, 2013 UMass ...... 1976-77, 1979, 1981, 1986-91, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2002-03, 2005-06, 2009, 2012 Princeton .........................................................................1990-2004, 2006-07, 2000-10, 2012 Loyola (Md.)..................................................................... 1988-2001, 2007-08, 2010, 2012-13 Notre Dame .....................................................................1990, 1992-97, 1999-2001, 2006-13 Duke .....................................................................1992, 1994-95, 1997-2002, 2005, 2007-13 Hofstra .........1971, 1973-75, 1978, 1993, 1996-97, 1999, 2000-01, 2003, 2006, 2008-11 Army ...................................... 1971-73, 1978, 1981-85, 1987, 1993, 1996, 2003-05, 2010 Brown..................................1971, 1973, 1976, 1985, 1987, 1990-92, 1994-95, 1997, 2009 Georgetown .................................................................................................................. 1997-2007 Pennsylvania ............................................1975, 1977, 1983-85, 1987-89, 2004, 2006, 2011 Towson.......................................... 1989, 1991-92, 1994, 1996, 2001, 2003-05, 2007, 2013 Rutgers .......................................................... 1972, 1974-75, 1984, 1986, 1990-91, 2003-04 Washington & Lee ................................................................................................ 1972-78, 1980 UMBC............................................................................................................... 1998-99, 2006-09 Delaware ........................................................................ 1984, 1999, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2011 Denver ............................................................................................2006, 2008 , 2010, 2012-13 Albany ......................................................................................................... 2003-05, 2007, 2013 Harvard......................................................................................1980, 1988, 1990, 1996, 2006 Yale ............................................................................................ 1988, 1990, 1992, 2012, 2013 Adelphi.................................................................................................. 1982, 1985, 1987, 1989 Hobart .................................................................................................. 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004 Ohio State...................................................................................................2003-04, 2008, 2013 Michigan State .................................................................................................1987, 1989, 1991 Penn State........................................................................................................2003, 2005, 2013 Providence ............................................................................................................ 2004, 2006-07 Stony Brook ......................................................................................................2002, 2010, 2012 Air Force ...................................................................................................................... 1971, 1988 Bucknell....................................................................................................................... 2001, 2011 Canisius .......................................................................................................................2008, 2012 Colgate ........................................................................................................................2008, 2012 Fairfield........................................................................................................................2002, 2005 Lehigh ................................................................................................................................2012-13 Mount St. Mary’s ........................................................................................................ 2003, 2010 Siena ........................................................................................................................... 2009, 2011 Villanova ...................................................................................................................... 2009, 2011 Bryant ..................................................................................................................................... 2013 Butler ...................................................................................................................................... 1998 C.W. Post ................................................................................................................................ 1986 SUNY Cortland ....................................................................................................................... 1972 Dartmouth .............................................................................................................................. 2003 Detroit ..................................................................................................................................... 2013 Hartford .................................................................................................................................. 2011 Manhattan.............................................................................................................................. 2002 Marist ..................................................................................................................................... 2005 New Hampshire ..................................................................................................................... 1986 N.C. State ............................................................................................................................... 1979

W 61 30 63 28 48 32 48 28 1 10 5 13 12 7 16 3 1 3 2 1 9 5 2 3 1 4 1 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 22 14 32 15 30 22 34 24 1 11 6 18 18 11 26 5 2 6 4 2 19 12 5 8 4 16 4 17 9 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 5

PCT. .735 .682 .663 .651 .615 .593 .585 .538 .500 .476 .455 .419 .400 .389 .381 .375 .333 .333 .333 .333 .321 .294 .286 .273 .250 .200 .200 .190 .182 .154 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS YEAR W L T PCT. GF GA COACH 1907 1 0 0 1.000 3 1 (None) 1909 4 0 0 1.000 16 5 (None) 1910 5 0 0 1.000 29 9 Mr.O’Rourke First Three Seasons Record: 10-0 (1.000)

CAPTAIN Everette Hughes H. Erlenkotter Ivens Jones

YEAR W L T PCT. GF GA COACH CAPTAIN 1921 2 3 0 .400 28 15 Talbot Hunter Alfred Kessler 1922 6 1 0 .857 62 15 Talbot Hunter Alfred Kessler 1923 8 1 1 .850 131 22 Talbot Hunter Lawrence Barroll 1924 6 1 0 .857 34 12 M. Collins Armond Salmon 1925 6 1 0 .857 45 10 Frank Grace Frank Fraser 1926 9 2 0 .818 86 24 Frank Grace Prentice Yeomans 1927 8 2 0 .800 61 26 Frank Grace Thomas Trapnell 1928 8 1 1 .850 90 29 Frank Grace Lyle Seeman 1929 8 2 0 .800 58 19 F. Morris Touchstone Stanley Ayre Decade Record: 9 Seasons 61-14-2 (.805) YEAR W L T PCT. GF GA COACH CAPTAIN(S) 1930 6 5 0 .545 64 43 F. Morris Touchstone Eugene Kenny, Richard O’Keefe 1931 9 1 0 .900 118 12 F. Morris Touchstone Clyde McBride, Joseph Zimmerman 1932 9 1 0 .900 103 19 F. Morris Touchstone Thomas Darcy 1933 8 1 0 .889 74 27 F. Morris Touchstone Charles Pottenger 1934 5 4 0 .556 76 41 F. Morris Touchstone Gene Tibbetts 1935 8 1 0 .889 96 31 F. Morris Touchstone Robert Stillman 1936 7 1 1 .833 110 38 F. Morris Touchstone Clinton True 1937 9 1 0 .900 105 56 F. Morris Touchstone Thomas Truxtun 1938 7 3 0 .700 92 39 F. Morris Touchstone Charles Sherburne 1939 8 2 0 .800 92 47 F. Morris Touchstone James Keller Decade Record: 10 Seasons 76-20-1 (.789) YEAR W L T PCT. GF GA COACH 1940 7 3 0 .700 101 50 F. Morris Touchstone 1941 8 2 0 .800 108 43 F. Morris Touchstone 1942 8 1 0 .889 87 27 F. Morris Touchstone 1943 5 4 0 .556 58 41 F. Morris Touchstone 1944 6 2 0 .750 92 32 F. Morris Touchstone 1945 5 1 1 .786 106 35 F. Morris Touchstone 1946 8 2 0 .800 146 62 F. Morris Touchstone 1947 10 2 0 .833 137 59 F. Morris Touchstone 1948 9 3 0 .750 112 53 F. Morris Touchstone 1949 5 4 1 .550 109 81 F. Morris Touchstone Decade Record: 10 Seasons 71-24-2 (.742)

CAPTAIN(S) Joseph Eaton Joseph Thigpen Thomas Galloway Gabriel Ivan John Cushman Levin Broughton W. George Devens Robert Montague John McEnery James Hartinger, Jack Rust

YEAR W L T PCT. GF GA COACH 1950 7 4 0 .636 132 91 F. Morris Touchstone 1951 8 2 0 .800 151 65 F. Morris Touchstone 1952 9 2 1 .792 161 86 F. Morris Touchstone 1953 9 2 0 .818 131 75 F. Morris Touchstone 1954 9 2 0 .818 153 61 F. Morris Touchstone 1955 4 6 0 .455 94 88 F. Morris Touchstone 1956 7 4 0 .636 88 74 F. Morris Touchstone 1957 6 5 0 .545 80 62 F. Morris Touchstone 1958 9 0 0 1.000 138 39 James Adams 1959 8 2 0 .800 160 68 James Adams Decade Record: 10 Seasons 76-29-1 (.722)

CAPTAIN Philo Lange Edward Meyer Joseph Austin John Johnson Peter Leone Alexander MacDonald John Higgins Benedict Glyphis Raymond B. Riggan Jr. Stephen Fertig

YEAR W L T PCT. GF GA COACH 1960 8 2 0 .800 133 56 James Adams 1961 9 2 0 .818 111 74 James Adams 1962 9 3 0 .750 127 85 James Adams 1963 7 4 0 .636 103 87 James Adams 1964 8 2 0 .800 103 59 James Adams 1965 8 4 0 .667 162 98 James Adams 1966 7 3 0 .700 95 78 James Adams 1967 7 3 0 .700 121 69 James Adams 1968 8 2 1 .773 113 83 James Adams 1969 10 1 0 .909 164 70 James Adams Decade Record: 10 Seasons 81-26-1 (.755)

CAPTAIN Robert Miser Samuel Wilder Charles Darrell Paul Stanley Roy Buckner Tom Sheckells Frank Kobes T. Chris Pettit Donald Workman Francis Boyle

YEAR W L T PCT. GF GA COACH 1970 7 3 0 .700 116 70 Al Pisano 1971 11 2 0 .917 188 103 Al Pisano 1972 10 4 0 .714 116 95 Al Pisano 1973 6 5 0 .545 96 98 Al Pisano 1974 3 7 0 .300 59 103 Al Pisano 1975 5 5 0 .500 94 91 Al Pisano 1976 6 6 0 .500 131 127 Al Pisano 1977 8 3 0 .727 148 89 Dick Edell 1978 10 3 0 .769 192 100 Dick Edell 1979 10 3 0 .769 131 84 Dick Edell Decade Record: 10 Seasons 76-41 (.650)

CAPTAIN John Connors Steven Wood Frank Eich Thomas Fitzsimmons Thomas O’Leary Wally Schaefer Richard Bifulco Kevin Scherrer Jose Olivero Michael Gray

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F. Morris Touchstone retired as Army’s winningest lacrosse coach with a 214-73-4 record during a 29-year career. He guided the Black Knights to a share of three national championships, coached 42 first-team All-Americans and two future Hall of Famers. The USILA Coach of the Year Award is named in his honor. YEAR W L T PCT. GF GA COACH 1980 8 4 0 .667 125 88 Dick Edell 1981 10 4 0 .714 151 104 Dick Edell 1982 9 4 0 .692 161 111 Dick Edell 1983 11 3 0 .786 167 89 Dick Edell 1984 11 3 0 .786 139 89 Jack Emmer 1985 10 4 0 .714 167 116 Jack Emmer 1986 6 6 0 .500 104 97 Jack Emmer 1987 10 5 0 .667 172 124 Jack Emmer 1988 7 7 0 .500 135 103 Jack Emmer 1989 5 9 0 .357 116 134 Jack Emmer Decade Record: 10 Seasons 87-49 (.640)

CAPTAIN(S) Thomas Endres Robert Henry Kenneth Dahl Paul Cino George Slabowski, Mike Riccardi P.J. O’Sullivan, Pete Short Bill Schiffer Dan Williams, Tom Hickman Bob Betchley, John Janowski Gary Giglio, Pete Mavoides

YEAR W L T PCT. GF GA COACH 1990 4 9 0 .308 138 173 Jack Emmer 1991 10 4 0 .714 219 144 Jack Emmer 1992 10 4 0 .714 174 111 Jack Emmer 1993 12 4 0 .750 208 149 Jack Emmer 1994 8 7 0 .533 171 145 Jack Emmer 1995 6 8 0 .429 165 173 Jack Emmer 1996 10 5 0 .667 183 149 Jack Emmer 1997 9 5 0 .643 176 130 Jack Emmer 1998 7 7 0 .500 146 138 Jack Emmer 1999 8 6 0 .571 173 157 Jack Emmer Decade Record: 10 Seasons 84-59 (.587)

CAPTAINS Scott Frank, Joe Olmeda Rob Cahill, Bill O’Brien Jim Gorman, Chris Lepp Adam Silva, Eric Waltz Rick Aguilar, Sean Turner Chris Auclair, Mike Colon Travis Loving, Rob Manning Dave Crossett, Ross Yastrzemsky Kevin Hegarty, Lou Kousouris John Bishop, Ken Driscoll

YEAR W L T PCT. GF GA 2000 8 7 0 .533 158 151 2001 8 6 0 .571 158 130 2002 8 6 0 .571 160 151 2003 8 8 0 .500 162 169 2004 10 5 0 .667 183 165 2005 11 6 0 .647 157 158 2006 8 7 0 .533 122 124 2007 6 9 0 .400 97 117 2008 9 6 0 .600 141 107 2009 6 10 0 .375 149 145 Decade Record: 10 Seasons 82-70 (.539)

CAPTAINS Justin Charise, Alex Fyfe John Fernandez, Ryan Hanrahan Nick Bilotta, Tim Pearson Mike Kamon, Chris Woods Jeff Bryan, Marko Kostovic Matt Darak, Jim Wagner Matt Luyster, John Walker Eddie Clark, Ryan Chase Justin Bokmeyer, Adam Fullerton Zach Jansen, Kevin LoRusso

COACH Jack Emmer Jack Emmer Jack Emmer Jack Emmer Jack Emmer Jack Emmer Joe Alberici Joe Alberici Joe Alberici Joe Alberici

YEAR W L T PCT. GF GA COACH 2010 11 6 0 .647 151 161 Joe Alberici 2011 9 6 0 .600 152 120 Joe Alberici 2012 7 8 0 .467 152 140 Joe Alberici 2013 8 6 0 .571 141 109 Joe Alberici Decade Record: 4 Seasons 35-26 (.574) TOTALS - 96 SEASONS 740-358-7 (.673 WIN %)

11,696 GOALS FOR

CAPTAINS Alex Gephart, Andrew Maisano, Bill Henderson Jeremy Boltus, Bill Henderson Devin Lynch, Brian LoRusso, Tim Henderson Andrew Boyd, Brendan Buckley, Garrett Thul

7,936 GOALS AGAINST


@ARMY_LACROSSE ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS OPPONENT ARMY Adelphi 2 Air Force 16 Australian Nat’l Team 1 Baltimore 5 Boston College 6 Boston University 1 Boys H. S. 1 Bronx L. C. 1 Brooklyn H. S. 1 Brooklyn Polytech Inst. 1 Brown 6 Bryant 2 Bucknell 26 C.W. Post 10 California 1 CCNY 6 Colgate 27 Columbia 1 Connecticut 7 Cornell 24 Crescent A. C. 1 Dartmouth 10 Delaware 5 Denison 1 Denver 2 Duke 8 Eaglewood L. C. 1 Georgetown 1 Gettysburg 2 Harvard 8 Hobart 14 Hoboken L. C. 1 Hofstra 37 Holy Cross 23 Johns Hopkins 13 Johns Hopkins L. C. 1 Lafayette 32 Lehigh 20 Long Island L. C. 2 Loyola College (Md.) 1 Manhasset A. C. 1 Manhattan 1 Marist 2 Maryland 19 Maryland L. C. 8 Maryland-Balt. County 1 Massachusetts 9 Michigan 1 Michigan State 1 Montclair State 1 Montreal 1 Mt. Washington L. C. 10 Navy 32 New Hampshire 1 New York L. C. 7 New York Tech 3 New York University 8 North Carolina 0 Notre Dame 1

OPP. 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 12 4 0 0 8 0 0 15 0 0 3 0 0 5 0 6 0 3 5 0 17 0 56 3 0 6 2 0 0 0 0 20 0 1 13 0 0 0 0 21 57 1 0 0 0 3 3

TIE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 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 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

PCT. .400 .889 1.000 .833 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .857 .667 .684 .714 1.000 1.000 .771 1.000 1.000 .615 .750 1.000 .625 1.000 1.000 .613 1.000 .143 1.000 .727 .737 1.000 .685 1.000 .188 .250 1.000 .769 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .487 1.000 .500 .409 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .328 .361 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .250

LAST ARMY WIN 1988 (12-1) 2009 (14-9) 1962 (15-3) 1965 (20-3) 1984 (23-3) 1931 (35-0) 1909 (4-1) 1910 (5-0) 1910 (11-0) 1923 (21-1) 1987 (10-9) 2011 (12-7) 2012 (6-5) 1989 (9-5) 1989 (25-2) 1947 (20-3) 2013 (10-4) 1910 (4-3) 1981 (12-2) 2011 (11-9) 1947 (16-1) 2000 (9-5) 2001 (7-6) 1972 (8-1) 2003 (12-10) 2004 (13-7) 1909 (6-1) 1997 (12-9) 1991 (22-10) 1993 (10-9) 2003 (12-10) 1910 (4-3) 2008 (8-7) 2013 (14-5) 1982 (11-10) 1945 (12-6) 2013 (15-6) 2011 (12-9) 1975 (8-7) 1943 (9-3) 1947 (11-10) 2013 (14-8) 2007 (7-6) 1993 (15-11) 1971 (12-4) 2001 (9-5) 1996 (9-8) 2013 (12-1) 1988 (25-3) 1983 (22-4) 1923 (11-0) 1972 (12-5) 2013 (14-7) 1985 (11-10) 1976 (24-12) 1978 (17-5) 1933 (16-2) ---------2002 (11-8)

LAST OPP. WIN 1990 (16-10) 2012 (9-8) ---------1963 (11-9) ------------------------------------------------------1988 (15-4) 2010 (7-6) 2013 (12-9) 1988 (5-4) ------------------2012 (15-13) ------------------2012 (18-7) ------------------1994 (17-8) ------------------2009 (10-6) ---------2005 (16-6) ---------1994 (11-7) 2004 (14-8) ---------2010 (17-2) ---------2013 (9-4) 1945 (10-7) ---------2013 (10-6) 1972 (14-7) ------------------------------------2004 (16-12) ---------2002 (15-9) 2013 (16-9) ------------------------------------1974 (10-1) 2009 (8-4) 1986 (12-8) ---------------------------1994 (16-10) 2001 (17-13)

OPPONENT ARMY Ohio State 0 Ohio Wesleyan 1 Onondaga Indians 1 Oxford-Cambridge 1 Penn State 29 Pennsylvania 13 Princeton 26 RPI 6 RIT 2 Rutgers 57 Springfield 5 St. John’s College 5 St. John’s University 3 San Diego State 2 Stevens Tech 5 Stony Brook Univ. 1 SUNY Cortland 3 Swarthmore 27 Syracuse 39 Toronto 2 Union 3 Virginia 10 VMI 6 Wagner 2 Washington College 1 Western Maryland 1 Williams 5 Yale 49 Total (96 seasons) 740

OPP. 5 0 0 1 3 4 11 1 0 18 0 4 1 0 0 0 1 1 22 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 8 358

TIE 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

LAST PCT. ARMY WIN .000 ---------1.000 1976 (13-9) 1.000 1926 (4-2) 1.000 1961 (12-4) .906 1984 (8-7) .764 2004 (12-7) .697 1977 (9-7) .857 1959 (17-4) 1.000 1989 (14-5) .767 2013 (10-8) 1.000 1941 (19-4) .556 1939 (11-8) .750 1987 (8-4) 1.000 1988 (20-4) 1.000 1927 (10-1) 1.000 2005 (10-9) .750 1987 (15-3) .964 1958 (21-0) .639 2010 (9-8) .667 1924 (4-1) 1.000 1949 (19-5) .769 1968 (7-5) 1.000 2013 (14-8) 1.000 2012 (24-7) 1.000 1965 (15-5) 1.000 1932 (11-0) 1.000 1954 (23-1) .860 2004 (14-13) .673

LAST OPP. WIN 2007 (17-7) ------------------1930 (6-1) 1999 (19-12) 2009 (11-10) 1976 (17-4) 1955 (9-8) ---------2007 (10-9) ---------1936 (12-11) 1986 (13-6) ---------------------------1972 (9-7) 1921 (4-2) 2013 (6-2) 1923 (6-3) ---------1985 (10-6) ---------------------------------------------2003 (10-9)

NOTES: Bold indicates 2014 opponent; Army will begin a new series with Furman in 2014.

Picutred L to R: Jeremy Boltus ’11, Army head coach Joe Alberici, Garrett Thul ’13 and Brendan Buckley ’13 reunite at the Team USA tryouts last summer. The three players pictured here combined to go 6-1 against rival Navy during their tenure at West Point. That record includes a 2010 win over the Midshipmen in the Patriot League Tournament title game.

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS THE ARMY-NAVY RIVALRY ALL-TIME RESULTS

The Class of 2012 celebrates after an unprecedented fourth-straight victory over Navy at Michie Stadium in 2012.

One of the most celebrated and revered rivalries in all of sports, the Army-Navy competition is not limited to the gridiron. The two service academies compete in 21 other intercollegiate sports. I n l a c ro s s e , t h e A r my - N av y rivalr y carries the same weight and expectations as its football counterpart. Adding to the mystique is the fact that the two academies annually rank in the national polls and are two of the most storied and successful programs in the history of the sport. Army and Navy rank among the all-time winningest programs in Division-I history. The two academies have combined for 25 national championships and even shared the national title in 1945 and 1961. Only 15 schools in the country have made a dozen or more NCAA Tournament appearances – Army and Navy are two of those institutions. Army knocked off Navy twice in 2010, including an 11-8 victory versus the Mids in the Patriot League Tournament championship. The 2008 edition of the game marked the end of the longest run of consecutive wins by either team in the history of the rivalry. Army’s 9-6 victory snapped an 11-year, 13-game winning streak the Mids started in 1998. The two schools histories are deeply intertwined with one another. Navy head coach Richie Meade was an assistant under former Army head coach Jack Emmer at West Point from 1991-94. One of the Mids’ most recent top scorers, Ian Dingman, has an older brother, Lee, who graduated from West Point in 2000 and was an

integral part of Emmer’s squads for four years. In the very first meeting, in 1924, the Midshipmen prevailed, 5-0. The two teams met every year from 192428, with Navy taking four wins and a tie, before putting the series on hold until 1933. After a nine-year wait, Army finally picked up its first win over Navy in 1933, 8-5. The Black Knights and Mids have met every year for the past 79 years. Navy holds a 57-31-3 advantage in the overall series. The Army-Navy series has consisted of numerous hard-fought games throughout the years. Of the first 83 Army-Navy clashes, 47 were decided by three goals or less, including 16 one-goal games and three ties. One of the most memorable of those one-goal affairs was a thrilling 11-10 double-overtime victory for the Black Knights in Annapolis in 1991. Army trailed 10-9 in the final minute with Navy holding possession of the ball trying to salt away the clock. Army goalie Rick Aguilar ranged far behind his own net to force a turnover, then fed Eric Waltz, who ran the length of the field and scored with four seconds to play. After a scoreless first overtime, the Black Knights’ Jim Gorman scored an unsettled goal with 1:05 left in the second overtime, ending a five-year losing streak to the Midshipmen. The 2000 game was no different, as the contest was tied five different times before Navy prevailed 10-8 in front of more than 2,600 fans at Michie Stadium. In 2002, the Mids came away with a 9-6 victory in that encounter to extend their winning streak over Army. Navy scored three times in the

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first six minutes of the second half to turn a one-goal lead into a four-goal advantage. In 2003, the bitter rivals put on yet another spectacular show, earmarking another for the classics. Army jumped on top early, 3-1, at a jam-packed Rip Miller Field. However, homestanding Navy retaliated with three unanswered goals to take the lead. From there, the two lacrosse giants traded blowfor-blow until the late stages of the fourth quarter. Navy scored twice in a 15 seconds to break a 9-9 tie. The Mids held a 12-10 advantage in the final minute of play, when Army’s Marko Kostovic scored with 16 seconds left. However, Navy won the ensuing faceoff and ran out the clock, ending Army’s comeback bid. In 2005, Army and Navy met twice in one season for the first time since 1981. The Midshipmen came away with a win in the regular-season encounter and again in the Patriot League Championship game to run their consecutive winning streak to nine straight. An Army-Navy record crowd of 12,117 saw the Midshipmen come away with a 12-9 victory and clinch home field advantage for the Patriot League Tournament later that month. On that occasion, another 5,451 fans poured into Navy-Marine Corps Stadium to watch Navy’s 15-8 victory. The recent series history has belonged to Army as the Black Knights will host Navy in on April 12 in search of an unprecendented sixth-straight victory over the Mids. Army has not lost to its archrival since 2009.

5/31/24 5/30/25 5/29/26 5/28/27 6/02/28 5/27/33 5/26/34 6/01/35 5/30/36 5/29/37 5/28/38 5/27/39 6/01/40 5/31/41 5/27/42 5/29/43 5/27/44 5/26/45 5/25/46 5/24/47 5/29/48 5/28/49 5/27/50 5/26/51 5/24/52 5/23/53 5/29/54 5/28/55 5/26/56 6/01/57 5/31/58 5/30/59 6/04/60 6/03/61 6/02/62 6/01/63 5/30/64 6/05/65 6/04/66 6/03/67 6/01/68 5/31/69 5/30/70 6/01/71 5/13/72 5/12/73 5/11/74 6/01/75 5/30/76 6/04/77 5/17/78 6/03/78 5/05/79 5/24/80 4/12/81 5/20/81 4/12/82 4/09/83 4/07/84 4/06/85 4/05/86 4/04/87 4/09/88 4/08/89 4/07/90 4/06/91 4/04/92 4/03/93 4/02/94 3/31/95 4/27/96 4/25/97 4/25/98 5/01/99 4/29/00 4/27/01 4/27/02 4/26/03 3/27/04 4/16/05 5/01/05 4/15/06 4/30/06 4/14/07 4/27/07 4/12/08 4/11/09 4/17/10 5/02/10 4/16/11 4/14/12 4/13/13

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L, 0-5 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-6 T, 4-4 W, 8-5 L, 5-6 L, 6-7 W, 10-4 W, 6-5 L, 3-10 L, 4-5 W, 13-2 W, 7-5 W, 6-3 L, 5-12 W, 7-5 T, 7-7 (OT) L, 10-12 W, 9-3 L, 9-10 L, 5-14 W, 11-8 W, 11-5 W, 15-4 L, 7-10 L, 3-9 L, 2-6 W, 8-5 L, 6-14 W, 17-12 W, 11-6 L, 7-10 W, 10-8 L, 5-8 W, 11-9 L, 4-9 L, 7-18 L, 7-16 L, 5-7 T, 7-7 (OT) W, 14-4 L, 7-8 W, 7-4 W, 9-8 L, 5-8 L, 9-12 L, 5-10 L, 10-18 L, 7-14 L, 13-16 L, 15-16 L, 9-10 L, 10-12 W, 9-8 L, 10-16 L, 11-12 (OT) L, 9-10 W, 9-6 W, 10-6 L, 4-12 L, 9-10 (OT) L, 5-6 L, 1-12 L, 9-19 W, 11-10 (OT) W, 12-7 L, 8-10 L, 9-10 L, 11-13 W, 15-8 W, 14-12 L, 5-11 L, 9-11 L, 8-10 L, 4-10 L, 6-9 L, 11-12 L, 10-18 L, 9-12 L, 8-15 L, 10-11 L, 5-8 L, 9-12 L, 1-12 W, 9-6 L, 8-4 W, 7-6 W, 11-8 W, 14-9 W, 9-6 W, 14-7

*NCAA Tournament + Patriot League Tournament Overall Series: Navy leads, 57-32-3 at West Point, N.Y.: Navy leads, 28-16-2 in Annapolis, Md.: Navy leads, 28-15-1 in overtime: Navy leads, 2-1-1 in NCAA Tournament: Navy leads, 2-0 in Patriot League Tournament: Navy leads, 3-1 Army’s longest win streak: 5 (2010-pres.) Navy’s longest win streak: 13 (1998-2007) Army’s total goals: 725 Navy’s total goals: 820 Army’s most goals: 17 (1958) Navy’s most goals: 19 (1990) Army’s largest margin of victory: 11 (1940, 1952) Navy’s largest margin of victory: 11 (1989, 2007)


@ARMY_LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Penn State Colgate

W, 6-1 W, 16-3

1933 (8-1) CCNY New York Univ. Springfield Penn State Johns Hopkins Yale Swarthmore St. John’s College M 27 at Navy

W, 13-1 W, 16-2 W, 10-3 W, 9-0 L, 2-6 W, 6-3 W, 6-4 W, 4-3 W, 8-5

1934 (5-4)

The 1923 Black Knights claimed the program’s first National Championship, finishing with an 8-1-1 record.

M3

1907 (1-0) Date

Opponent Stevens Tech

Outcome W, 3-1

1909 (4-0) Eaglewood Club Boys High School N.Y. Lacrosse Club Stevens Tech

W, 6-1 W, 4-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-1

1910 (5-0) Columbia Brooklyn H.S. Bronx Lax Club N.Y. Lax Club Hoboken Lax Club

W, 4-3 W, 11-0 W, 5-0 W, 5-3 W, 4-3

1921 (2-3) Johns Hopkins Syracuse Swarthmore N.Y. Lacrosse Club Toronto

L, 2-3 L, 5-6 L, 2-4 W, 9-0 W, 10-2

1922 (6-1) Yale Johns Hopkins Harvard Swarthmore Pennsylvania Lehigh Penn State

W, 13-0 L, 3-4 W, 11-3 W, 14-2 W, 22-4 W, 5-1 W, 15-1

1923 (8-1-1) **National Champions A7 Stevens Tech A 11 Syracuse A 21 Colgate M 28 Swarthmore M 12 Pennsylvania M 26 Crescent Ath. Club J2 Toronto J5 Brooklyn Polytech J7 Montreal J9 Rutgers

W, 30-1 W, 3-2 W, 19-2 W, 16-1 W, 12-1 T, 7-7 L, 3-6 W, 21-1 W, 11-0 W, 9-1

1924 (6-1) Maryland Swarthmore

W, 3-0 W, 9-1

Rutgers Pennsylvania Colgate Toronto M 31 Navy

W, 7-3 W, 5-2 W, 6-0 W, 4-1 L, 0-5

1925 (6-1) Swarthmore Hobart Syracuse Colgate Pennsylvania Penn State M 30 at Navy

W, 6-1 W, 3-0 W, 5-1 W, 6-0 W, 8-4 W, 15-1 L, 2-3

1926 (9-2) Onondaga Indians Pennsylvania Swarthmore Stevens Tech Johns Hopkins Hobart Colgate New York Univ. Lafayette M 26 Rutgers M 29 Navy

W, 8-3 T, 4-4

1929 (8-2) Dartmouth St. John’s College Johns Hopkins Colgate Lafayette Hobart Maryland Swarthmore New York Univ. Penn State

W, 11-0 L, 3-4 W, 4-1 W, 4-2 W, 7-1 W, 10-2 L, 2-6 W, 8-2 W, 7-0 W, 2-1

Springfield New York Univ. Hobart Oxford-Cambridge Lafayette Maryland Johns Hopkins Swarthmore Colgate Penn State St. John’s College

W, 10-2 W, 10-1 L, 4-8 W, 4-1 W, 6-3 W, 16-0 W, 1-0 W, 6-4 W, 3-1 L, 1-6

Lafayette New York Univ. Boston Univ. Colgate Harvard Union Swarthmore Johns Hopkins Penn State Dartmouth

W, 10-0 W, 5-1 W, 35-0 W, 17-1 W, 11-4 W, 13-0 W, 4-0 L, 1-4 W, 10-2 W, 12-0

1932 (9-1) W, 9-1 W, 5-3 W, 18-6 W, 6-1 W, 16-0 W, 6-0 L, 3-8 W, 15-3

Western Maryland Lafayette Dartmouth Yale Johns Hopkins Union New York Univ. CCNY

1935 (8-1) A 20 M4

J1

Springfield CCNY Syracuse Yale Rutgers Swarthmore St. John’s College Penn State at Navy

W, 12-2 W, 19-2 W, 16-8 W, 10-1 W, 9-3 W, 6-1 W, 6-3 W, 12-4 L, 6-7

1936 (7-1-1) W, 9-1 W, 7-2 W, 8-2 L, 1-6 W, 7-0 L, 1-8 L, 5-11 W, 7-0 W, 15-4 L, 3-4 L, 1-5

1931 (9-1)

1928 (8-1-1) Hobart Johns Hopkins Swarthmore Colgate Lafayette New York Univ. M 16 Rutgers Harvard

Penn State Navy

1930 (6-5) W, 4-2 W, 14-0 W, 2-1 W, 8-3 L, 3-8 W, 10-1 W, 9-1 W, 5-1 W, 20-0 W, 9-4 L, 2-3

1927 (8-2) Maryland Stevens Tech Johns Hopkins Hobart Pennsylvania Lafayette M 17 Rutgers Swarthmore New York Univ. M 28 at Navy

J2

CCNY W, 9-2 Springfield W, 15-2 A 14 Syracuse L, 7-8 (OT) Swarthmore W, 11-1 A 28 at Rutgers L, 4-5 Penn State W, 13-5 Yale W, 6-3 St. John’s College L, 6-9 M 26 Navy L, 5-6

W, 11-0 W, 11-0 W, 8-1 W, 10-2 L, 1-4 W, 15-3 W, 14-3 W, 11-2

Swarthmore at Syracuse Yale A 25 Rutgers St. John’s College CCNY Johns Hopkins Penn State M 30 Navy A 18

W, 9-0 W, 18-1 W, 15-3 T, 7-7 L, 11-12 W, 20-4 W, 7-5 W, 13-2 W, 10-4

1937 (9-1) Hobart Yale A 24 Syracuse Swarthmore St. John’s College Penn State Johns Hopkins M 19 Rutgers Princeton M 29 at Navy

W, 17-6 W, 10-4 W, 11-6 W, 12-5 W, 10-4 W, 5-2 W, 9-3 W, 14-9 L, 11-12 W, 6-5

1938 (7-3) Penn State Yale A 23 at Rutgers Swarthmore St. John’s College M 4 Cornell M 8 Syracuse Johns Hopkins at Princeton M 28 Navy

W, 10-2 W, 16-0 L, 3-4 W, 18-1 W, 7-4 W, 6-3 W, 18-4 W, 9-3 L, 2-8 L, 3-10

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1945 (5-1-1) W, 10-1 W, 11-8 W, 13-2 W, 12-11 W, 10-4 W, 11-8 W, 7-2 L, 1-4 W, 13-2 L, 4-5

1940 (7-3) Dartmouth Maryland Harvard Johns Hopkins Colgate Penn State M 11 Rutgers at Princeton M 18 Cornell J1 Navy

W, 15-1 L, 2-6 W, 9-2 L, 4-11 W, 19-2 W, 9-5 W, 10-3 L, 6-9 W, 14-9 W, 13-2

1941 (8-2) A 12

Syracuse Springfield Harvard Maryland Pennsylvania Johns Hopkins M 10 at Cornell Princeton Penn State M 31 at Navy

W, 13-8 W, 19-4 W, 12-1 W, 6-4 W, 16-1 L, 2-7 W, 17-6 L, 2-5 W, 14-2 W, 7-5

1942 (8-1) Dartmouth A 11 Cornell Maryland Pennsylvania Yale Johns Hopkins M 13 Syracuse Penn State M 27 Navy

**Co-National Champions Swarthmore Johns Hopkins L.C. Penn State M 12 at Cornell Johns Hopkins L.C. M 26 at Navy Cornell

W, 19-7 L, 7-10 W, 25-1 W, 23-2 W, 12-6 T, 7-7 W, 13-2

1946 (8-2) Penn State Swarthmore Johns Hopkins Maryland Duke M 8 Syracuse M 11 Cornell Mt. Washington M 25 Navy at Cornell

W, 16-5 W, 27-3 W, 12-8 W, 11-5 W, 17-5 W, 18-10 W, 12-2 L, 5-10 L, 10-12 W, 18-2

1947 (10-2) A 13 A5 A 16 A 19 A 23 A 26 A 30 M3 M 10 M 17 M 24 M 31

Crescent Ath. Club W, 16-1 at Rutgers W, 14-1 CCNY W, 20-3 Mt. Washington L.C. (OT) L, 4-6 Manhasset A.C. W, 11-10 Duke W, 14-6 Syracuse W, 11-4 Johns Hopkins L, 6-9 Maryland W, 9-6 Princeton (OT) W, 9-8 at Navy W, 9-3 Cornell W, 14-2

1948 (9-3) W, 10-0 W, 18-0 L, 5-7 W, 11-1 W, 8-5 W, 5-2 W, 14-5 W, 10-4 W, 6-3

A1

A 24

Rutgers Mt. Washington Swarthmore Syracuse Duke Johns Hopkins

W, 15-3 L, 1-3 W, 16-4 W, 17-4 W, 11-4 L, 9-11

Maryland W, 10-1 M 14 Virginia W, 12-2 Penn State W, 7-1 at Princeton W, 10-7 M 29 Navy L, 9-10 Mt. Washington L.C. W, 5-2

1949 (5-4-1) Union Mt Washington A 26 at Cornell Johns Hopkins Maryland M 11 Syracuse M 14 Rutgers Princeton M 28 at Navy Mt. Washington

W, 19-5 T, 6-6 (2OT) W, 21-3 L, 6-10 L, 9-13 (OT) W, 13-11 W, 12-4 W, 15-8 L, 5-14 L, 3-7

1950 (7-4) Williams W, 19-7 Mt. Washington L.C. L, 4-9 Swarthmore W, 13-4 A 22 Cornell W, 19-6 Johns Hopkins L, 9-13 Maryland L, 7-8 M 10 Syracuse W, 18-12 M 13 Rutgers W, 18-9 at Princeton L, 6-11 M 27 Navy W, 11-8 Mt. Washington W, 7-6

1951 (8-2) **National Co-Champions Williams W, 25-3 A 14 at Cornell W, 20-1 A 21 Yale W, 24-8 A 28 Johns Hopkins L, 6-9 Maryland W, 9-4 M 9 Syracuse W, 21-7 Rensselaer W, 13-7 Princeton W, 15-12 M 26 at Navy W, 11-6 Mt. Washington L, 7-9

1952 (9-2-1) Williams Mt. Washington Swarthmore A 16 Rutgers A 19 at Yale A 26 Johns Hopkins Maryland M 7 Cornell M 10 at Syracuse at Princeton M 24 Navy Mt. Washington

W, 16-1 W, 18-8 W, 15-8 W, 11-5 W, 9-6 L, 7-8 W, 14-6 W, 22-5 W, 11-10 T, 11-11 W, 15-4 L, 8-14

1953 (9-2) Williams Dartmouth Mt. Washington Rensselaer A 25 Yale Johns Hopkins M 6 Syracuse Maryland Princeton M 23 at Navy Maryland L.C.

W, 19-2 W, 12-7 W, 10-7 W, 14-6 W, 13-6 W, 8-7 W, 19-5 W, 10-8 L, 7-9 L, 7-10 W, 12-8

1954 (9-2) Maryland L.C. Williams Swarthmore Rensselaer Yale M 1 Virginia Maryland M 12 Syracuse at Princeton M 29 Navy Mt. Washington

W, 11-5 W, 23-1 W, 22-4 W, 16-4 W, 9-5 W, 18-9 W, 16-12 W, 19-7 W, 11-3 L, 3-9 L, 5-12

1955 (4-6) M 26 at Mt. Washington A2 at Rutgers

L, 5-12 L, 7-11

1943 (5-4) Loyola College Yale A 21 Cornell Princeton Johns Hopkins Swarthmore Maryland Penn State M 29 at Navy

W, 9-3 W, 5-1 W, 10-1 L, 5-6 L, 0-7 W, 13-3 L, 4-5 W, 7-3 L, 5-12

1944 (6-2) **National Champions Swarthmore Penn State Johns Hopkins L.C. Penn State M 13 Cornell Johns Hopkins L.C. M 29 Navy Princeton

W, 17-1 W, 14-0 L, 7-8 W, 14-2 W, 9-7 L, 3-6 W, 7-5 W, 21-3 The 1944 squad won the program’s second National Championship with a 6-2 record.

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@ARMY_LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1966 (7-3) A2 A9 A 16 A 23 A 30 M7 M 14 M 21 M 28 J4

at Hofstra Rutgers at Princeton at Yale at Johns Hopkins Maryland at Syracuse Virginia Mt. Washington Navy

W, 14-3 W, 10-6 W, 12-7 L, 8-12 W, 6-3 L, 7-11 W, 9-4 W, 10-5 W, 12-9 L, 7-16

1967 (7-3)

Seven All-America selections led the 1967 team to a 7-3 record.

A9 A 16 A 23 A 30 M7 M 14 M 21 M 28

at Hofstra Yale Rensselaer Princeton Maryland Duke Syracuse at Navy

W, 8-7 L, 1-4 L, 8-9 W, 7-4 L, 6-12 W, 18-3 W, 16-8 L, 2-6

1956 (7-4) M 31 A7 A 14 A 18 A 21 A 28 M5 M 12 M 19 M 26 J2

at Mt. Washington Swarthmore at Yale Rutgers at Princeton Johns Hopkins Hofstra at Maryland Syracuse Navy Maryland L.C.

L, 3-15 W, 17-4 W, 5-4 L, 11-13 W, 10-3 L, 3-7 W, 8-4 L, 6-11 W, 9-4 W, 8-5 W, 8-4

1957 (6-5) M 30 A6 A 10 A 13 A 20 A 27 M4 M 11 M 18 M 25 J1

at Mt. Washington Baltimore Yale Rutgers Princeton at Johns Hopkins Hofstra Duke at Syracuse Rensselaer at Navy

L, 4-9 W, 6-3 W, 7-4 W, 9-4 L, 4-5 L, 5-7 W, 14-2 W, 10-4 L, 6-8 W, 9-2 L, 6-14

1958 (9-0) **National Champions M 29 at Mt. Washington A5 Swarthmore A 19 at Rutgers A 26 at Princeton M 3 Hofstra M 10 Duke M 17 Syracuse M 24 at Rensselaer M 31 Navy

W, 9-8 W, 21-0 W, 13-2 W, 17-8 W, 15-1 W, 21-2 W, 14-1 W, 11-5 W, 17-12

1959 (8-2) **Three-Way National Champions A4 at Mt. Washington L, 9-14 A 11 Yale W, 12-2 A 18 Rutgers W, 13-11 A 25 Princeton W, 14-4 M 2 Duke W, 23-3 M 9 at Maryland L, 16-17 M 16 at Syracuse W, 18-3 M 20 Hofstra W, 27-4 M 23 Rensselaer W, 17-4 M 30 at Navy W, 11-6

1960 (8-2) A2 A9 A 16 A 23 A 30 M7 M 14 M 21 M 28 J4

at Mt. Washington at Yale Rutgers at Princeton at Hofstra Maryland Syracuse Virginia Baltimore Navy

L, 7-8 W, 13-7 W, 17-3 W, 15-6 W, 11-2 W, 17-6 W, 18-9 W, 15-5 W, 13-4 L, 7-10

1961 (9-2) **Co-National Champions A1 Mt. Washington L, 7-11 Oxford-Cambridge W, 12-4 A8 Yale W, 10-5 A 15 at Rutgers W, 11-10 A 22 Princeton W, 7-4 A 29 Hofstra W, 10-2 M 6 at Maryland W, 15-9 M 13 Syracuse W, 9-4 M 20 at Virginia L, 9-10 M 27 Baltimore W, 11-7 J3 at Navy W, 10-8

1962 (9-3) M 31 A7 A 14 A 16 A 21 A 28

at Mt. Washington L, 7-13 at Yale W, 8-7 Rutgers W, 15-10 Australian Nat’l Team W, 15-3 at Princeton W, 11-8 at Johns Hopkins L, 7-9

M5 M 12 M 14 M 19 M 26 J2

Maryland at Syracuse Virginia at Hofstra Baltimore Navy

W, 11-9 W, 14-4 W, 8-5 W, 17-0 W, 13-9 L, 5-8

1963 (7-4) M 30 A6 A 13 A 20 A 27 M4 M 11 M 15 M 18 M 25 J1

at Mt. Washington Yale at Rutgers Princeton Johns Hopkins at Maryland at Virginia Hofstra Syracuse Baltimore at Navy

L, 5-9 W, 7-6 W, 14-6 W, 10-7 L, 9-10 L, 6-11 W, 11-10 W, 10-2 W, 11-6 L, 9-11 W, 11-9

1964 (8-2) M 28 A4 A 11 A 18 A 25 M2 M9 M 16 M 23 M 30

Mt. Washington Hofstra Rutgers at Yale at Johns Hopkins Maryland Virginia Syracuse at Princeton Navy

L, 8-11 W, 8-1 W, 10-3 W, 10-3 W, 13-10 W, 14-6 W, 11-4 W, 14-8 W, 11-4 L, 4-9

1965 (8-4) M 20 M 27 A3 A 10 A 17 A 24 M1 M8 M 15 M 22 M 29 J5

Yale at Mt. Washington Hofstra at Rutgers Princeton Johns Hopkins at Maryland at Virginia Syracuse Washington Coll. Baltimore at Navy

W, 12-8 L, 14-15 W, 20-4 W, 11-3 W, 9-6 L, 3-6 L, 13-15 W, 16-8 W, 22-7 W, 15-5 W, 20-3 L, 7-18

A1 A8 A 15 A 22 A 29 M6 M 13 M 20 M 27 J3

Yale at Rutgers Princeton Hofstra Johns Hopkins at Maryland Syracuse at Virginia Mt. Washington at Navy

W, 12-1 W, 11-9 W, 14-6 W, 19-4 L, 9-12 L, 7-13 W, 23-4 W, 8-7 W, 13-6 L, 5-7

1968 (8-2-1) M 30 A6 A 10 A 13 A 20 A 27 M4 M 11 M 18 M 25 J1

at Yale Rutgers at Princeton Maryland L.C. Hofstra at Johns Hopkins Maryland at Syracuse Virginia Mt. Washington Navy

W, 10-4 W, 10-5 W, 9-4 W, 14-5 W, 12-4 L, 8-15 L, 8-13 W, 18-14 W, 7-5 W, 10-7 T, 7-7

1969 (10-1) **National Co-Champions M 29 Yale W, 14-5 A5 at Rutgers W, 13-5 A 12 at Mt. Washington W, 10-7 A 16 Princeton W, 20-9 A 19 Hofstra W, 15-2 A 26 Johns Hopkins L, 11-14 M 3 at Maryland W, 14-6 M 10 Syracuse W, 14-5 M 17 at Hobart W, 29-4 M 24 Long Island L.C. W, 10-9 (OT) M 31 at Navy W, 14-4

1970 (7-3) M 28 A4 A 10 A 15 A 18 A 25 M2 A 16 M 23 M 30

at Yale W, 16-8 Rutgers W, 18-0 at Long Island L.C. L, 8-12 at Princeton W, 12-6 at Hofstra W, 9-2 at Johns Hopkins L, 8-9 Maryland W, 12-11 Hobart W, 13-6 Mt. Washington W, 13-8 Navy L, 7-8

1971 (11-2) M 27 A3 A8 A 10

Yale at Rutgers Maryland L.C. at Mt. Washington

W, 12-5 W, 21-8 W, 12-4 L, 9-16

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS A 14 A 17 A 24 M1 M8 M 15 M 22 M 29 J5

Princeton Hofstra Johns Hopkins at Maryland Syracuse Hobart Hofstra (NCAA) Cornell (NCAA) at Navy

W, 15-3 W, 15-10 W, 16-10 W, 16-7 W, 17-8 W, 13-8 W, 19-3 L, 16-17 W, 7-4

1972 (10-4) M 25 at Yale W, 8-4 M 30 vs. SUNY Cortland# L, 7-9 A2 vs. Denison# W, 8-1 A4 Brown W, 10-3 A8 Long Island L.C. L, 7-14 A 15 at Hofstra W, 9-8 (OT) A 22 at Johns Hopkins L, 5-13 A 26 Rutgers W, 6-5 (OT) A 29 Maryland W, 10-9 M 3 at Princeton W, 9-3 M 6 at Syracuse W, 12-3 M 13 Navy W, 9-8 (OT) M 20 at Virginia (NCAA)^ L, 3-10 J3 Mt. Washington W, 12-5 #Baltimore, Md. ^ Charlottesville, Va.

1973 (6-5) M 31 A7 A 14 A 18 A 21 A 25 A 28 M2 M 12 M 19 J2

Yale at Rutgers Mt. Washington L.C. Hofstra at Maryland Syracuse Johns Hopkins Princeton at Navy at Johns Hopkins (NCAA) New York L.C.

W, 10-1 W, 8-4 L, 8-9 W, 8-6 L, 8-23 W, 14-5 L, 7-13 W, 10-9 L, 5-8 L, 5-11 W, 13-9

1974 (3-7) M 30 A6 A 13 A 20 A 24 A 27 M1 M5 M 11 J1

at Mt. Washington L, 1-10 Rutgers L, 3-10 at Hofstra L, 5-12 Air Force W, 6-5 at Yale W, 7-3 at Johns Hopkins L, 4-17 at Princeton L, 7-12 Maryland L, 9-15 Navy L, 9-12 New York L.C. W, 8-7 (OT)

1975 (5-5) A5 A 12 A 16 A 19 A 23 M3 M 10 M 17 M 24 J1

at Rutgers Hofstra Princeton at Connecticut Yale Johns Hopkins at Maryland Long Island L.C. New York L.C. at Navy

L, 8-11 L, 8-9 W, 11-5 W, 12-3 W, 9-3 L, 10-13 L, 8-21 W, 8-7 W, 15-9 L, 5-15

1976 (6-6) M 20 M 24 A3 A 10 A 17

at C.W. Post New York Tech Rutgers at Hofstra Ohio Wesleyan

L, 10-11 W, 8-4 L, 8-9 (OT) W, 8-7 W, 13-9

A 21 A 24 M1 M8 M 12 M 15 M 30

at Yale Connecticut at Johns Hopkins Maryland Princeton New York L.C. Navy

W, 15-5 W, 20-2 L, 8-12 L, 3-21 L, 4-17 W, 24-12 L, 10-18

1977 (8-3) M 23 A2 A9 A 20 A 23 A 30 M4 M7 M 14 M 21 J4

New York Tech at Rutgers Hofstra Lafayette at Connecticut Johns Hopkins Yale C.W. Post Princeton Dartmouth at Navy

W, 19-7 L, 8-13 W, 7-2 W, 25-3 W, 14-6 L, 8-13 W, 19-7 W, 18-6 W, 9-7 W, 14-11 L, 7-14

1978 (10-3) M 21 New York Tech M 23 at C.W. Post A1 Rutgers A8 at Hofstra A 12 at Lafayette A 18 at Yale A 22 Johns Hopkins A 29 Connecticut M 3 at Massachusetts M 13 Penn State M 17 at Navy (NCAA)^ M 20 at Dartmouth J3 Navy ^ Annapolis, Md.

W, 17-5 W, 12-5 W, 15-8 W, 8-4 W, 22-4 W, 13-2 L, 3-13 W, 27-2 W, 12-10 W, 19-6 L, 13-16 W, 16-9 L, 15-16

1979 (10-3) M 13 M 17 M 21 M 31 A7 A 17 A 21 A 25 A 28 M1 M5 M8 M 12

C.W. Post Pennsylvania at Boston College at Rutgers Hofstra Yale at Johns Hopkins Bucknell Air Force Connecticut Massachusetts at Navy at Penn State

W, 13-7 W, 7-5 W, 13-2 W, 7-4 W, 10-8 W, 13-5 L, 7-12 W, 12-8 W, 14-4 W, 14-4 L, 5-8 L, 9-10 W, 17-7

1980 (8-4) M 14 M 29 A5 A8 A 11 A 19 A 23 A 26 M3 M7 M 10 M 24

at Pennsylvania Rutgers at Hofstra Connecticut Boston College Johns Hopkins at Bucknell at Syracuse at Massachusetts C.W. Post Penn State Navy

W, 7-3 W, 9-8 L, 9-11 W, 13-1 W, 14-7 L, 10-11 W, 10-8 L, 5-8 W, 10-9 W, 12-6 W, 16-4 L, 10-12

1981 (10-4) M 14 M 22 M 28 M 31

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Pennsylvania at Boston College at Rutgers at C.W. Post

L, 7-9 W, 11-3 L, 5-6 W, 11-4

A4 A 12 A 14 A 18 A 25 A 29 M2 M7 M9 M 20

Hofstra W, 10-6 at Navy W, 9-8 at Connecticut W, 12-2 at Johns Hopkins L, 5-17 Syracuse W, 11-10 (OT) Bucknell W, 16-3 Massachusetts W, 14-10 Air Force W, 19-5 at Penn State W, 11-5 Navy (NCAA) L, 10-16

1982 (9-4) M 13 at Pennsylvania W, 14-11 M 20 Boston College W, 14-5 M 23 at Yale W, 5-3 M 27 Rutgers W, 14-4 M 30 C.W. Post W, 15-4 A3 at Hofstra W, 12-6 A 10 Navy L, 11-12 (OT) A 17 Johns Hopkins W, 11-10 A 24 at Syracuse L, 11-13 A 28 at Bucknell W, 17-4 M 1 at Massachusetts L, 8-14 M 8 Penn State W, 20-14 M 19 at Cornell (NCAA)^ L, 9-11 ^ Ithaca, N.Y.

1983 (11-3) M 20 M 23 M 26 A2 A9 A 12 A 16 A 20 A 23 A 27 A 30 M3 M7 M 18

Yale Montclair State at Brown Hofstra at Navy C.W. Post at Johns Hopkins Penn State Syracuse Bucknell Massachusetts at Boston College at Rutgers No. Carolina (NCAA)

W, 16-8 W, 22-4 W, 13-7 W, 9-3 L, 9-10 W, 12-5 L, 6-9 W, 17-2 W, 9-6 W, 15-8 W, 9-4 W, 15-5 W, 9-6 L, 6-12

1984 (11-3) M 10 Boston College W, 23-3 M 21 at C.W. Post W, 8-6 M 24 Brown W, 10-4 M 28 at Yale W, 9-5 M 31 at Hofstra W, 11-7 A7 Navy W, 9-6 A 14 Johns Hopkins L, 7-12 A 21 Rutgers W, 6-5 (OT) A 25 Bucknell W, 13-6 A 28 at Massachusetts L, 6-7 A 30 St. John’s W, 12-3 M 4 at Penn State W, 8-7 M 16 at Penn (NCAA)^ W, 8-7 M 20 at Syracuse (NCAA)* L, 9-11 ^ Philadelphia, Pa. * Syracuse, N.Y.

1985 (10-4) M9 M 17 M 20 M 23 M 27 M 30 A6 A 13 A 17

SUNY Cortland W, 17-4 Syracuse L, 9-10 (OT) C.W. Post L, 8-9 at Brown W, 12-8 St. John’s W, 13-8 Hofstra W, 14-12 at Navy W, 10-6 at Johns Hopkins L, 8-12 Yale W, 14-3

A 20 at Rutgers A 23 Bucknell A 27 Massachusetts M 4 New Hampshire M 15 at Virginia (NCAA)^ ^ Charlottesville, Va.

W, 12-8 W, 22-7 W, 11-9 W, 11-10 L, 6-10

1986 (6-6) M7 M 15 M 22 M 26 M 29 A5 A 12 A 16 A 19 A 26 M3 M7

SUNY Cortland W, 8-2 at Syracuse L, 7-13 Brown W, 6-5 St. John’s L, 6-13 at Hofstra W, 18-6 Navy L, 4-12 Johns Hopkins L, 6-8 at Yale W, 15-4 Rutgers W, 11-7 at Massachusetts W, 8-7 (OT) at New Hampshire L, 8-12 at C.W. Post L, 7-8 (OT)

1987 (10-5) M6 M 10 M 14 M 21 M 25 M 28 A4 A 11 A 15 A 18 A 25 A 29 M2 M6 M 13

SUNY Cortland W, 15-3 at San Diego State W, 13-5 at Cornell L, 11-13 at Brown W, 10-9 (4OT) at St. John’s W, 8-4 Syracuse L, 4-12 at Navy L, 9-10 (OT) at Johns Hopkins L, 9-11 Yale W, 11-10 at Rutgers W, 11-8 Massachusetts W, 11-10 (2OT) Air Force W, 29-8 Adelphi W, 10-9 (OT) C.W. Post W, 16-6 Adelphi (NCAA) L, 5-6

1988 (7-7) M4 M9 M 13 M 19 M 26 M 29 A2 A9 A 16 A 20 A 23 A 27 A 30 M7

RIT at San Diego State Cornell Brown at Syracuse Michigan State at Bucknell Navy Johns Hopkins at Yale at Massachusetts at C.W. Post at Adelphi Rutgers

W, 10-3 W, 25-4 L, 8-9 L, 4-15 L, 8-19 W, 25-3 W, 5-4 L, 5-6 L, 5-9 W, 8-6 L, 10-13 L, 4-5 W, 12-1 W, 11-6

1989 (5-9) M3 M8 M 12 M 18 M 25 M 29 A1 A8 A 15 A 19 A 22 A 26 A 29 M6

RIT W, 14-5 at California W, 25-2 at Cornell L, 3-13 Delaware (OT) W, 9-8 Harvard (2OT) L, 6-7 at Hofstra L, 10-16 Bucknell W, 11-6 at Navy L, 1-12 at Johns Hopkins L, 4-17 Yale L, 6-13 Massachusetts L, 7-9 C.W. Post W, 9-5 Adelphi L, 5-13 at Rutgers L, 6-8


@ARMY_LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1990 (4-9) M3 M 10 M 14 M 18 M 24 M 27 M 31 A7 A 14 A 18 A 21 A 28 M5

Gettysburg W, 13-10 Cornell L, 8-14 Lehigh W, 15-11 at Delaware L, 9-11 Harvard L, 6-7 (2OT) Hofstra W, 15-13 at Bucknell W, 16-10 Navy L, 9-19 Johns Hopkins L, 7-16 at Yale L, 10-16 at Massachusetts L, 12-19 at Adelphi L, 10-16 Rutgers L, 8-11

1991 (10-4, 5-0 PL)

**Patriot League Champions M 2 Gettysburg W, 22-10 M 9 at Cornell L, 13-14 (OT) M 16 Delaware W, 14-9 M 23 at Harvard W, 11-10 M 26 Lafayette* W, 14-8 M 30 Bucknell* W, 19-6 A6 at Navy W, 11-10 (2OT) A 13 at Johns Hopkins L, 8-18 A 16 Lehigh* W, 22-7 A 20 Yale W, 9-8 A 24 at Holy Cross* W, 24-6 A 27 at Hofstra L, 13-14 (2OT) M 1 Colgate* W, 25-8 M 4 at Rutgers L, 14-16 * Patriot Leage contest

1992 (10-4, 5-0 PL)

**Patriot League Champions M 7 Cornell W, 9-8 M 14 at Delaware L, 12-13 (OT) M 21 Harvard W, 10-5 M 25 Lafayette* W, 14-2 M 28 at Bucknell* W, 13-4 A4 Navy W, 12-7 A 11 Johns Hopkins L, 10-16 A 15 at Lehigh* W, 13-10 A 18 at Yale L, 11-12 A 21 Holy Cross* W, 19-3 A 24 at Hofstra W, 9-5 A 26 Air Force W, 11-6 A 28 Colgate* W, 22-7 M 2 Rutgers L, 9-13 * Patriot League contest

1993 (12-4, 5-0 PL)

**Patriot League Champions M 6 at Cornell W, 18-5 M 16 Delaware W, 18-13 M 21 at Harvard W, 10-9 M 23 Lafayette* W, 14-6 M 27 Bucknell* W, 14-4 A3 at Navy L, 8-10 A 10 at Johns Hopkins L, 9-17 A 13 Lehigh* W, 17-6 A 17 Yale W, 7-6 (2OT) A 20 at Holy Cross* W, 18-13 A 24 Hofstra L, 10-11 A 28 at Colgate* W, 18-11 M 1 at Rutgers W, 12-6 M 8 Massachusetts W, 15-7 M 15 Maryland (NCAA) W, 15-11 M 22 at No. Carolina (NCAA)# L, 5-14 * Patriot League contest # Chapel Hill, N.C.

Army totaled a Patriot League record 25 consecutive wins from 1991 to 1995, winning five conference crowns.

1994 (8-7, 5-0 PL)

**Patriot League Champions M 6 Cornell W, 11-8 M 12 at Delaware L, 8-17 M 15 at North Carolina L, 10-16 M 19 Harvard L, 7-11 M 22 Lafayette* W, 20-3 A2 Navy L, 9-10 A9 Johns Hopkins L, 8-15 A 14 at Lehigh* W, 8-4 A 16 at Yale W, 8-7 (OT) A 19 Holy Cross* W, 17-1 A 22 at Hofstra W, 15-14 (OT) A 26 Colgate* W, 15-3 A 30 Rutgers L, 9-12 M 3 at Bucknell* W, 12-9 M 7 at Massachusetts L, 14-15 (OT) * Patriot League contest

1995 (6-8, 5-0 PL)

**Patriot League Champions M 3 at Cornell L, 6-13 M 12 Georgetown L, 6-11 M 18 vs. Hobart# L, 10-15 M 25 Bucknell* W, 15-11 M 31 at Navy L, 11-13 A8 at Johns Hopkins L, 8-23 A 11 Lehigh* W, 12-11 (OT) A 15 Yale W, 12-5 A 18 at Holy Cross* W, 21-4 A 21 Hofstra L, 8-12 A 24 at Colgate* W, 20-14 A 29 at Rutgers L, 7-13 M 2 at Lafayette* W, 21-12 M 6 Massachusetts L, 8-16 * Patriot League contest # Syracuse, N.Y.

1996 (10-5, 4-1 PL) M2 M9 M 17 M 23 M 26 M 30 A6

Cornell W, 11-7 at Georgetown L, 9-13 Hobart W, 21-14 at Bucknell* L, 10-14 Colgate* W, 12-11 at Massachusetts W, 9-8 (OT) Johns Hopkins L, 12-13 (OT)

A 10 at Lehigh* W, 6-5 A 13 at Yale L, 8-10 A 16 Holy Cross* W, 18-9 A 19 at Hofstra W, 14-10 A 27 Navy W, 15-8 A 30 at Lafayette* W, 17-4 M 4 Rutgers W, 18-11 M 11 vs. Syracuse (NCAA)^ L, 3-12 * Patriot League contest ^ Ithaca, N.Y.

1997 (9-5, 5-0 PL)

**Patriot League Champions M 1 at Cornell W, 13-7 M 9 (8) Georgetown W, 12-9 M 15 vs. Hobart# L, 12-19 M 22 Bucknell* W, 14-3 M 25 at Holy Cross* W, 14-1 M 29 (15) Massachusetts L, 10-12 A5 at (8) Johns Hopkins L, 5-23 A8 Lehigh* W, 23-11 A 12 Yale L, 9-10 A 15 at Colgate* W, 14-8 A 19 (10) Hofstra W, 6-2 A 25 at (19) Navy W, 14-12 A 29 Lafayette* W, 23-5 M 3 at Rutgers L, 7-8 *Patriot League contest # Syracuse, N.Y.

1998 (7-7, 5-0 PL)

**Patriot League Champions F 26 Air Force W, 12-6 M 1 Cornell W, 9-6 M 7 at (6) Georgetown L, 7-15 M 14 Hobart L, 9-14 M 21 at Bucknell* W, 11-2 M 24 Colgate* W, 11-7 M 28 at (8) Massachusetts L, 4-10 A4 (13) Penn State L, 11-19 A 11 at Lehigh* W, 14-11 A 14 Holy Cross* W, 14-4 A 17 at (9) Hofstra L, 9-13 A 25 (18) Navy L, 5-11 A 28 at Lafayette* W, 16-5 M 3 (19) Rutgers L, 14-15 (OT) * Patriot League contest

1999 (8-6, 4-1 PL)

**Patriot League Co-Champions F 28 Air Force W, 14-5 M 7 (8) Georgetown L, 6-22 M 13 (12) Hobart# W, 13-6 M 20 Bucknell* W, 12-10 M 23 at Holy Cross* W, 17-4 M 27 Dartmouth W, 12-5 A3 at (9) Penn State L, 12-19 A 10 Lehigh* L, 9-13 A 13 at Colgate* W, 18-7 A 17 at (14) Notre Dame L, 7-15 A 24 (10) Hofstra L, 9-16 M 1 at (14) Navy L, 9-11 M 4 Lafayette* W, 19-9 M 8 at Rutgers W, 16-15 * Patriot League contest

2000 (8-7, 4-2 PL)

F 27 Air Force M 4 at (6) Georgetown M 11 (19) Hobart* M 18 at Bucknell* M 25 at Dartmouth M 28 Colgate* A1 (17) Delaware A7 at Lehigh* A9 (5) Duke A 15 (13) Notre Dame A 18 Holy Cross* A 22 at (14) Hofstra A 29 (10) Navy M 2 at Lafayette* M 6 Rutgers * Patriot League contest

2001 (8-6, 4-2 PL) M3 M 10 M 13 M 17 M 24 M 26 M 31 A7 A 10

(5) Georgetown at (17) Hobart* Holy Cross* (17) Bucknell* at Colgate* Air Force at Delaware Lehigh* (18) Hofstra

W, 16-4 L, 5-15 W, 10-8 L, 9-10 W, 9-5 L, 10-11 W, 10-9 W, 13-11 L, 6-17 L, 5-10 W, 23-3 L, 10-18 L, 8-10 W, 11-8 W, 13-12

L, 9-14 L, 9-11 W, 18-3 L, 10-11 W, 13-5 W, 13-4 W, 7-6 W, 16-10 L, 9-17

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS A 14 at (6) Notre Dame A 21 (15) UMBC A 27 at (13) Navy A 30 Lafayette* M 5 at (19) Rutgers * Patriot League contest

L, 13-17 W, 9-5 L, 4-10 W, 15-8 W, 13-9

2002 (8-6, 5-1 PL) **Patriot League Tri-Champions F 23 at (2) Syracuse L, 11-18 M 2 Denver W, 12-11 (OT) M 9 Hobart* W, 14-11 M 12 Holy Cross* W, 11-7 M 16 at Bucknell* L, 5-8 M 23 (16) Ohio State L, 13-14 M 30 at (12) Hofstra L, 9-16 A6 Rutgers W, 13-12 A9 Colgate* W, 15-7 A 13 (20) Notre Dame W, 11-8 A 20 at UMBC L, 9-15 A 27 (14) Navy L, 6-9 A 30 at Lafayette* W, 16-9 M 4 at Lehigh* W, 15-6 * Patriot League contest

2003 (8-8, 5-1 PL) **Patriot League Co-Champions F 22 (1) Syracuse L, 7-15 M 1 Denver W, 12-10 M 8 Air Force W, 8-7 (OT) M 11 at Holy Cross* W, 10-3 M 15 at Pennsylvania L, 8-13 M 22 at (20) Ohio State L, 8-11 M 26 (14) Hofstra L, 11-12 A1 Lehigh* W, 17-14 A5 at (8) Rutgers W, 9-8 A8 at Colgate* L, 8-15 A 12 (17) Bucknell* W, 10-9 A 19 at Hobart* W, 12-10 A 26 at Navy L, 11-12 A 29 Lafayette* W, 20-6 M 3 Yale L, 9-10 M 10 at (1) Johns Hopkins (NCAA)^ L, 2-14 * Patriot League contest ^ Baltimore, Md.

2004 (10-5, 4-3 PL) F 28 at (3) Syracuse L, 15-19 M 6 (14) Air Force W, 11-10 (OT) M 9 Holy Cross* W, 16-7 M 13 Pennsylvania W, 12-7 M 20 (4) Rutgers W, 12-11 M 27 (8) Navy* L, 10-18 M 30 at Lafayette* W, 13-5 A3 Marist W, 11-5 A7 at Yale W, 14-13 A 10 at Lehigh* W, 14-11 A 13 Colgate* L, 10-11 A 16 at Bucknell* W, 11-10 (2OT) A 24 Hobart* L, 8-14 M 8 Duke W, 13-7 M 15 at (3) Maryland (NCAA)^ L, 12-16 * Patriot League contest ^ College Park, Md.

2005 (11-6, 5-1 PL) F 26 M5 M 12 M 19 M 22 M 26

at (3) Syracuse Lehigh* (6) Cornell (14) at Rutgers Lafayette* at Colgate*

L, 4-9 W, 10-7 W, 11-9 W, 8-6 W, 14-2 W, 11-4

M 29 (11) Hofstra W, 11-10 A2 Air Force W, 12-8 A5 at Stony Brook W, 10-9 (OT) A9 (13) Bucknell* W, 7-6 A 16 at (6) Navy* L, 9-12 A 19 at Holy Cross* W, 11-10 (2OT) A 23 (2) Duke L, 9-19 A 29 vs. (14) Bucknell# W, 9-8 (OT) M 1 at (5) Navy# L, 8-15 M 7 at Ohio State L, 7-8 M 15 at (8) Georgetown (NCAA)^ L, 6-16 * Patriot League contest # Patriot League Tournament (Annapolis, Md.) ^ Washington, D.C.

2006 (8-7, 4-2 PL) F 28 at (5)Syracuse L, 10-14 M 4 at Lehigh L, 7-8 M 7 Stony Brook W, 11-9 M 11 at (6) Cornell L, 1-13 M 18 Rutgers W, 5-4 M 21 at Lafayette * W, 4-1 M 25 (18) Colgate * W, 9-5 M 28 at (4) Hofstra L, 6-11 A1 Air Force W, 11-10 (OT) A7 at Bucknell * W, 8-7 A 15 (5) Navy * L, 10-11 A 21 Holy Cross * W, 16-3 A 28 at (18) Colgate # W, 10-8 A 30 vs. (8) Navy # L, 5-8 M 6 Ohio State L, 9-12 * Patriot League contest # Patriot League Tournament (Hamilton, N.Y.)

2007 (6-9, 3-3 PL) F 17 Marist W, 7-6 F 23 at (2) Syracuse W, 8-6 F 27 at Holy Cross * W, 9-5 M 3 Lafayette * W, 9-2 M 10 (3) Cornell L, 4-7 M 20 Lehigh * W, 7-6 M 24 Air Force W, 7-3 M 27 Hofstra L, 3-5 M 31 at Colgate * L, 7-9 A7 (15) Bucknell * L, 5-6 A 14 at (18) Navy * L, 9-12 A 21 at (3) Duke L, 5-11 A 27 at (10) Navy # L, 1-12 M 2 at Rutgers L, 9-10 M 6 at Ohio State L, 7-17 * Patriot League contest # Patriot League Tournament (Annapolis, Md.)

2008 (9-6, 5-1 PL) F 16 F 24 M1 M8 M 15 M 19 M 22 M 25 M 29 A4 A 12 A 15 A 19 A 25 M3

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VMI at (8) Syracuse Air Force at (8) Cornell vs. Rutgers ~ at Lehigh * Holy Cross * at (12) Hofstra Colgate * at (13) Bucknell * (6) Navy * at Lafayette * vs. (2) Duke + (19) Bucknell # at Penn

W, 16-3 L, 8-7 W, 12-4 L, 9-8 W, 12-11 W, 4-3 W, 14-5 W, 8-7 W, 13-9 L, 7-4 W, 9-6 W, 12-4 L, 10-6 L, 8-7 L, 13-9

* Patriot League contest # Patriot League Tournament ~ Dallas, Texas + Manhasset, N.Y.

2009 (6-10, 2-4 PL) F 14 VMI W, 17-3 F 20 at (1) Syracuse L, 17-6 F 28 (4) Cornell L, 9-8 M 4 Bryant W, 11-5 M 7 Air Force W, 14-9 M 14 at Rutgers W, 9-6 M 17 Lehigh * L, 13-12 (OT) M 21 at Holy Cross * W, 8-5 M 24 (6) Hofstra L, 9-8 (2OT) M 29 at (17) Colgate *L, 10-9 (2OT) A4 Bucknell * L, 8-6 A 11 vs. (13) Navy *~ L, 8-4 A 14 Lafayette * W, 13-12 A 18 at (8) Duke L, 10-6 A 24 at (15) Bucknell # L, 10-8 M 2 Penn L, 11-10 * Patriot League contest ~ Smartlink Day of Rivals, Baltimore, Md. # Patriot League Tournament (Lewisburg, Pa.)

2010 (11-6, 6-0 PL) **Patriot League Champions F 20 VMI W, 11-9 F 23 Bryant L, 7-6 F 28 at (1) Syracuse L, 12-7 M 5 at (8) Cornell L, 12-11 (OT) M 13 at Air Force L, 8-7 (OT) M 20 Rutgers W, 11-8 M 23 at Lehigh * W, 9-5 M 30 at (8) Hofstra L, 17-2 A3 Colgate * W, 11-10 (OT) A 10 at Bucknell * W, 7-6 (OT) A 17 vs. Navy *~ W, 7-6 A 20 at (19) Lafayette * W, 15-14 A 24 Holy Cross W, 13-10 A 30 Bucknell # W, 9-7 M 2 Navy # W, 11-8 M 16 at (2) Syracuse (NCAA) W, 9-8 (2OT) M 23 vs. (8)Cornell (NCAA)^ L, 14-5 * Patriot League contest ~ Smartlink Day of Rivals (Baltimore, Md.) # Patriot League Tournament (West Point, N.Y. ) ^ Stony Brook, N. Y.

2011 (9-6, 4-2 PL) F12 at (16) UMass F19 at VMI F27 at (2) Syracuse M5 (6) Cornell M11 at Bryant M13 Wagner M19 at Rutgers M22 Lehigh* M26 Lafayette* A2 at Colgate* A9 (15) Bucknell* A16 at Navy* A23 at Holy Cross* A29 vs. (19) Colgate# M6 (3) Johns Hopkins * Patriot League contest

L, 8-5 W, 12-6 L, 11-9 W, 11-9 W, 12-7 W, 14-1 W, 12-4 W, 12-9 W, 7-6 L, 13-11 L, 8-7 W, 14-9 W, 10-7 L, 7-6 L, 15-10

# Patriot League Tournament (Lewisburg, Pa.)

2012 (7-8, 4-2 PL) F10 (11) UMASS L, 12-9 F15 WAGNER W, 24-7 F18 VMI W, 14-8 F26 at (6) Syracuse L, 10-9 M3 at (3) Cornell L, 18-7 M6 RUTGERS W, 9-8 M10 vs. Air Force~ L, 9-8 (OT) M17 at (11) Lehigh* L, 7-6 M24 at Lafayette* W, 10-3 M31 (17) COLGATE* L, 15-13 A7 at (15) Bucknell* W, 6-5 (2OT) A14 NAVY* W, 9-6 A21 HOLY CROSS* W, 15-6 A27 vs. (8) Lehigh# L, 13-7 M5 at (10) Johns Hopkins L, 13-6 * Patriot League contest ~ Houston, Texas (The Kincaid School) # Patriot League Tournament (Hamilton, N.Y.)

2013 (8-6, 4-2 PL) F10 at (12) at UMass L, 16-9 F13 MANHATTAN W, 14-8 F16 VMI W, 14-8 F24 at (18) Syracuse L, 6-2 M2 vs. Michigan~ W, 12-1 M9 at Rutgers W, 10-8 M16 (16) LEHIGH* L, 10-6 M23 LAFAYETTE* W, 15-6 M31 at Colgate* W, 10-4 A6 (11) BUCKNELL* L, 9-8 A13 at Navy* W, 14-7 A20 at Holy Cross* W, 14-5 A26 vs. (13) Bucknell# L, 12-9 M3 (14) JOHNS HOPKINS L, 9-4 * Patriot League contest ~ Miami, Fla. (Sun Life Stadium) # Patriot League Tournament (Bethlehem, Pa.)


@ARMY_LACROSSE ALL-TIME LETTERMEN

Nick Auletta ’03 Following is the roster of Army Lacrosse players who have earned the “Varsity A.” This list begins with the Class of 1923. Letters earned by year starts with the 1942 season, but does not reflect complete listings from the 1962 and 1984 campaigns. Lettermen are listed with the year in which they graduated from West Point. Non-graduates are listed by the class year in which they enrolled. An “x” prior to the year of graduation indicates a letterman who did not graduate from the Academy. Black Knights currently on the varsity roster are listed in bold.

A-A-A-A Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Adair, John D., 2010, 2011, 2012 ..................2012 Adams, Joseph G., 1961 .................................1961 Aguilar, Enrique, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 ..1994 Albe, Mark A., 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 .......1982 Albig, Gerard R., 1981 ................................... x1984 Allen, Boyde W. Jr., 1947, 1948, 1949...........1949 Allen, Chad E., 1991, 1992, 1993..................1993 Almquist, Peter W., 1944 .................................1944 Alpaugh, Scott C., 2001, 2002, 2003 ............2003 Alter, Michael B., 1999, 2000, 2001 .............2002 Amick, Elliott W. ................................................1938 Amlong, Ransom J., 1956 ...............................1956 Anderson, Frederick L. .....................................1928 Anderson, Michael T., 2010 ............................2013 Annon, William McN., 1963, 1964 .................1964 Arlantico, Patrick S., 2008, 2009 ...................2011 Armbruster, Robert E. Jr., 1971 ....................... 1971 Armstrong, Alan P., 1960 .................................1961 Arnold, Archibald V. Jr., 1944, 1945 ...............1945 Auer, Jeffrey E., 2003, 2004, 2005 ................2005 Auclair, Christopher S., 1993, 1994, 1995....1995 Auger, Thomas J., 1955 ...................................1955 Auletta, Nicholas M., 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003..... 2003 Auray, Donald R., 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 ..2009 Austin, Joseph C., 1950, 1951, 1952 ............1952 Austin, Robert S., 1998, 1999 ...................... x2001 Ayre, Stanley H. ................................................1929

B-B-B-B Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Baird, William J., 2012, 2013 .......................2015 Baker, Russell A................................................1924 Baldwin, Darren R., 1996, 1997 .....................1998

Barnett, Robert J., 2010 ..................................2013 Barofsky, Frederick J., 1966, 1967 ................1967 Barroll, Lawrence S. .........................................1923 Bartolotta, Charles J., 1975, 1976, 1978 ...... 1978 Bartolotta, Douglas G., 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 . 2004 Bartolotta, Gregory C., 2001 ......................... x2004 Barton, Robert O. Jr., 1946, 1947, 1948 .......1948 Bauer, William F., 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983..1983 Baxter, Henry R.................................................1926 Beach, Dwight E. Jr., 1959 ..............................1959 Beazley, Lewis K. ..............................................1934 Beck, Edward J., 1965, 1966, 1967 ..............1967 Beeler, George W..............................................1933 Behrendt, Edward J., 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 .... 2005 Beil, Adoph J., 1996, 1997, 1998 ..................1998 Belan, Charles G., 1959, 1960 .......................1960 Belanger, James R., 1985, 1986 ....................1986 Bellucci, Nicholas V. Jr., 1983 .........................1986 Bennett, Bradley, 1998 ................................. x2001 Bennett, Douglas P., 1963, 1964 ...................1964 Berry, John A., 1989, 1990 .............................1990 Betchley, Robert M., 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988...... 1988 Bethea, Taylor, 2011 ........................................2014 Beurket, Raymond T. Jr., 1959 ........................1959 Biddison, Alan M., 1960, 1961, 1962 ...........1962 Bifulco, Richard P., 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 1976 Biles, Shelton B. Jr., 1946 ............................... 1947 Bilotta, Nicholas J., 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 ....... 2002 Bishop, John D., 1997, 1998, 1999 ...............1999 Bisson, Maurice C. ...........................................1928 Blevins, John M., 1968 ....................................1968 Blinn, Fisher S. .................................................1924 Boettcher, Louis H., 1944 ...............................1945 Bokmeyer, Justin T., 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008 ...... 2008 Bollard, Arthur W. .............................................1939 Bollenbacher, Edmund R., 1980, 1981 ....... x1984 Bolling, Alex R. III, 1971, 1972 ........................ 1972 Bolling, Alex R. Jr., 1943 .........................June 1943 Boltja, Stephen A., 1989, 1990 ......................1992 Boltus, Jeremy G., 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 2011 Boniface, Sean E., 2009, 2010 ......................2011 Born, Charles F. ................................................1928 Born, Robert G., 1995 .....................................1996 Bowerman, Matthew W., 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 ....2006 Boyd, Andrew C., 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 ...2013 Boyle, Francis D., 1967, 1968, 1969 .............1969 Bradley, Robert L., 1947, 1948, 1949 ...........1949 Bradley, William T. ............................................1939 Bradstock, Alden S. III, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 ... 1977 Brady, John W. ..................................................1931 Brearley, William H. Jr. .....................................1935 Brennan, John P., 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 ..2013 Bresnahan, Richard A., 1946 ..........................1946 Brewer, John F. Jr., 1950, 1951, 1952 ...........1952 Brinegar, Michael D., 1991, 1992, 1993 .......1993 Brinker, Walter E. ..............................................1939 Brooks, Jeffrey J., 1999 ...................................2001 Broshous, Charles R., 1961, 1962 .................1962 Brostek, Daniel F., 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 1996 Broughton, Levin B., 1943, 1944, 1945 ........1945 Brown, Alston L., 1943 ...........................June 1943 Brown, John F., 1945 .......................................1945 Brown, William J., 1976 ................................. x1979 Bruno, Joseph P., 1989 ...................................1990 Bryan, James E., 1965 ....................................1965 Bryan, Jeffrey T., 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004...2004 Buckley, Brendan T., 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 . 2013 Buckley, Michael J., 1964................................1964 Buckner, Richard A., 1960, 1961 ...................1961 Buckner, Roy C., 1963, 1964 ..........................1964

Bullock, Thomas F., 1947, 1948, 1949 .........1949 Bunker, Paul D. Jr. ............................................1932 Burk, John C., 2011, 2012, 2013 .................2014 Burke, Colin J., 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 .....2002 Burnett, John R.................................................1923 Burnette, Michael C., 1974, 1975................... 1975 Burton, Jon J., 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 ......2006 Busbey, George W. ...........................................1924 Butler, Brandon C., 2007, 2008, 2010, 20112011 Butler, Leonard A., 1960, 1961, 1962 ...........1962 Butler, Todd E., 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 .....1993 Butters, Zeric B., 2013..................................2014 Byrne, Christopher J., 2001.............................2003

C-C-C-C Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Cafaro, Thomas R., 1969, 1970, 1971 .......... 1971 Cahill, Robert P., 1989, 1990, 1991 ..............1991 Call, William A. ..................................................1932 Callahan, Sean M., 1981.................................1984 Cameron, Jared D., 1998, 1999 .....................2001 Campbell, J. Frank, 1957, 1959 .....................1959 Campbell, Terrence, 1999 ............................. x2002 Campo, Michael J., 1972, 1973, 1974 ........... 1974 Canara, Austin J. 2013 ..................................2016 Capra, Kevin S., 1994, 1995 ..........................1995 Carberry, Edmund J., 1942 ..................... Jan. 1943 Carpenter, William S., 1960 ............................1960 Carrano, Christopher D., 1993, 94, 95, 96....1996 Carros, Alexander J., 2011, 2012, 2013 .....2014 Carrizzo, Joseph P., 1977 .............................. x1979 Case, Melvin E., 1963, 1964 ..........................1964 Cathey, Carl H., 1955.......................................1955 Chaney, Kevin S., 1994, 1995 ........................1995 Chase, Ryan J., 2004, 2005, 200, 20076 .....2007 Charbonneau, Cecil K. Jr..................................1942 Charise, Justin A., 1998, 1999, 2000 ............2000 Chiacchia, Leonard A. Jr., 1971 ....................... 1971 Ciavarelli, John M., 2008, 2009 ................... x2011 Cino, Paul V., 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983.........1983 Clark, Charles A. Jr. ..........................................1932 Clark, Edward A. IV, 2004, 2005, 2006 .........2007 Clark, Milton H. .................................................1937 Clatworthy, Michael A., 2001 ..........................2003 Clements, Henry E., 1953 ...............................1953

Brandon Butler ’11

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Matt Darak ’05

Cline, Ralph M. Jr., 1950, 1951, 1952 ...........1952 Clune, Robert, 1978, 1979, 1980 ..................1980 Coates, Charles H.............................................1924 Cobb, James B., 1942 ............................. Jan. 1943 Cole, William A., 1953 .....................................1953 Coll, Timothy E. 2013 ....................................2016 Collins, Lawrence, 1996 ................................ x1999 Colon, Michael J., 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 .1995 Combs, James A., 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 .1983 Combs, Oliver B. Jr., 1952, 1953, 1954 ........1954 Conley, Christopher F., 1996, 1997 ................1998 Conner, Caste P. ...............................................1938 Connor, Albert O. ..............................................1937 Connors, John T., 1968, 1969, 1970 ............. 1970 Conroy, Joseph E., 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 2010 Cook, Connor N. 2013 ...................................2016 Cook, Douglas L., 2009 ...................................2011 Coppa, Michael N., 1994, 1995, 1996 ..........1996 Costa, Geoffrey A., 2003, 2004, 2005 ..........2005 Cote, John C.V., 2006 .................................... x2009 Cotilletta, Dino S., 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 2003 Couch, Christopher M., 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005. 2005 Couch, Jonathan S., 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005...... 2005 Coughlin, David S., 1971 ................................. 1971 Cowan, Bruce M., 1960, 1961 ........................1961 Crain, Hal F., 1942 ................................... Jan. 1943 Cramblet, Peter B., 1968, 1969, 1970 .......... 1970 Crawford, James W. Jr., 1970 .......................... 1970 Crawford, Raymond J., 1983 ......................... x1986 Criss, George W. Jr., 1942 ....................... Jan. 1943 Cronin, Kevin, 2000 .........................................2003 Crossett, David A., 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 1997 Crossett, Michael J., 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 ...... 1992 Crowell, Kevin T., 1983 .................................. x1986 Crowell, Michael S., 1996................................1999 Cullen, John N. III, 1965 ..................................1965 Cullen, Ronald D., 1943 ........................ June 1943 Culver, Thomas R., 1962 .................................1962 Cunniffe, John C., 1987, 1988........................1988 Curley, Kenneth R., 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978 1978 Curran, Brian W., 1980 .................................. x1983 Cushman, John H., 1943, 1944 .....................1944

D-D-D-D Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class D’Aprile, James W., 2012, 2013 ...................2015 Dahl, Kenneth R., 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 .1982

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Dalton, Thomas A., 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 .. 2012 Daly, Alexander J. 2013 .................................2016 Daly, Maurice F. ................................................1927 Daly, Patrick, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 ........1986 Danahy, Evan S., 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 ...2013 Darak, Matthew T., 2003, 2004, 2005 ..........2005 Darcy, Thomas C...............................................1932 Darrell, Charles C., 1961, 1962 ......................1962 Day, Christopher R., 2009, 2010, 2011 .........2011 Dean, William E. Jr. ..........................................1926 Degavre, Chester B. .........................................1933 DeLap, Thomas L., 2012, 2013 ......................2015 Delbridge, Norman G. Jr., 1952, 1953 ...........1953 Deloe, Timothy L., 1988, 1989 ..................... x1991 DeMouth, Victor C., 2004, 2005 ....................2005 Dempsey, Warren R. III, 1965, 1966 ............ x1967 Denman, Frederick L., 1951 ........................... 1951 Depew, David E., 1957 ....................................1958 Deppoliti, Christopher, 1998, 1999, 2000 ....2000 Desperito, Thomas J., 1986, 1987, 1988......1988 DeStefano, Albert M., 2012, 2013 ...............2015 Devens, W. George, 1944, 1945, 1946 .........1946 Devereaux, Paul T., 1983, 1984, 1985..........1985 Dieroff, Michael S., 1987, 1988, 1989 ..........1989 Dietz, Donald W., 1966, 1967 ........................1967 Dietz, James J., 1952 ......................................1952 DiFiore, Matthew F., 1966 ...............................1966 DiLauria, Dominick M., 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 .. 1979 Dingman, Lee A., 1998, 1999, 2000 .............2000 Dionne, Charles J., 1979 .................................1981 Doepke, Gregory W., 1969, 1971 ................... 1971 Doerr, Christopher J., 2001, 2002 ..................2002 Doerr, Nicholas A., 2003, 2004, 2005 ..........2005 Donald, Walter G. .............................................1928 Donaldson, John W., 1943, 1944 ...................1944 Donnelly, Glen G., 1996 ..................................1996 Donovan, Thomas E., 1981, 1982, 1983 ......1984 Doryland, Charles J., 1953 ..............................1953 Douglas, Robert H. ...........................................1933 Douthit, Sidney L. .............................................1923 Dow, Robert A., 1977 ....................................... 1977 Dowd, Brian J., 1999, 2002 ............................2002 Dowd, Dennis J., 1981, 1982, 1983 ..............1984 Downey, Kevin P., 1973 ..................................x1974 Draper, Philip H. Jr. ...........................................1929 Driscoll, Kenneth W., 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999..... 1999 Dunaway, Roy S. Jr., 1953, 1954, 1955.........1955 Dunn, Joseph A., 1997, 1998 .........................1999 Dworczyk, Kenneth J., 1996, 1997, 1998 .....1998

E-E-E-E Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Easley, Roy W. Jr., 1949, 1950........................1950 Eaton, Joseph J. Jr. ...........................................1940 Edwards, John C. ..............................................1939 Egbert, John S., 1946, 1947, 1948................1948 Eich, Frank J., 1971, 1972............................... 1972 Eliot, Bradfield F., 1958 ...................................1958 Ellement, Matthew, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005....... 2005 Ellerson, John C., 1963 ...................................1963 Ellis, Billy J., 1950, 1951 ................................. 1951 Endres, Thomas J., 1977, 1978, 1979, 19801980 England, George W. Jr. .....................................1940 Enners, Raymond J., 1965, 1966, 1967 .......1967 Enners, Richard W., 1970, 1971 ..................... 1971 Enos, James W., 1945, 1946 .......................... 1947 Epp, Kevin W., 2011, 2012, 2013 ................2014 Esmann, William J., 1970 ................................ 1970 Eubanks, Herman T. Jr., 1959, 1960 .............1960 Evangelista, Paul F., 1995, 1996 ...................1996 Evans, John P. ...................................................1923

Joseph Eaton ’40

Evans, John G., 1957, 1958 ...........................1958 Ewart, Thomas W., 1966 ................................1966 Eyermann, Louis J. III, 1968 ............................1968

F-F-F-F Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Faircloth, Ehret T., 2012, 2013 ....................2015 Fairlamb, Charles R..........................................1940 Farnham, Edward C., 1978, 1979, 1980 .......1980 Feir, Philip R., 1948 .........................................1949 Ferguson, Thomas F., 1975 ........................... x1977 Fernandez, John A., 1999, 2000, 2001 .........2001 Ferrill, Harlan B. ...............................................1940 Fertig, Stephen W., 1957, 1958, 1959 ..........1959 Fetzer, Joseph M., 1978, 1979, 1980 ............1980 Fickes, William P. ..............................................1936 Finlay, Scott A., 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 ...... 1979 Finlay, Shane P., 2011, 2012 ..........................2012 Finley, Leonard M. III, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 ..... 1975 Finn, John M. ....................................................1938 Finn, Kevin E., 1972......................................... 1973 Finney, Samuel F. 2013 .................................2016 Fitzgerald, William A., 1959 ............................1959 Fitzsimmons, Thomas J., 1971, 1972, 1973 . 1973 Flint, Charles K. III, 1963, 1964 .....................1964 Flynn, John R., 1943, 1944.............................1944 Fogarty, John M., 1971 .................................... 1971 Foglietta, Joseph R. Jr., 1976 ........................ x1978 Foldberg, Henry C. Jr., 1946, 1947 ............... x1947 Foldberg, John D., 1951 .................................. 1951 Ford, Wallace A., 1948, 1949 .........................1949 Foust, Nathaniel I., 2004, 2005, 2006 ..........2006 Fox, Kim E., 1960, 1961 .................................1961 Frank, Scott A., 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 .....1990 Fraser, Frank G. ................................................1925 Frawley, Herbert W. Jr....................................... 1941 Frederick, Timothy M., 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 .. 1992 Freidersdorff, Louis C. Jr., 1951, 1952, 19531953 French, Cornell P., 1987, 1988, 1989............1989 Frentzel, William Y., ..........................................1933 Friscia, Cameron J., 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009....... 2009 Fritz, Steven C., 1998, 1999 ...........................2000 Frontzsak, Arhur T. ...........................................1940 Fuellhart, Robert H. Jr., 1961, 1962...............1962 Fullerton, Adam S., 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 .. 2008 Fullerton, Patrick M., 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 .... 2008 Fuson, Herschel E., 1945, 1946 ..................... 1947 Fyfe, Alexander W., 1997, 1999, 2000 ..........2000


@ARMY_LACROSSE ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Grotz, William A. III, 1987, 1988 .....................1988 Groves, Richard H., 1943, 1944, 1945..........1945 Grygiel, Joseph S. ............................................. 1941 Gustafson, Nathan R., 2011, 2012, 2013 ...2014 Gyovai, Frank M., 1970 .................................... 1970

H-H-H-H

Brian Green ’05

G-G-G-G Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Galbreath, Steven H., 2007, 2008, 2009 ......2010 Galloway, Graham W., 1980, 1981, 1982 .....1982 Galloway, Thomas T. .........................................1942 Garceau, Kurt A., 2008....................................2011 Garn, Alex R., 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 ........2001 Garver, John B. III, 1973 .................................. 1975 Garvey, Christopher M., 1985, 1986 ............ x1988 Garvey, William P., 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 1987 Gay, William A. ..................................................1938 Gephart, Alexander W., 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 . 2010 Germann, Brandt W., 2003, 2004, 2005 ......2005 Gerometta, Arthur L., 1947, 1948, 1949.......1949 Gerometta, Gregg L., 1980 ........................... x1983 Getz, Charles E., 1957, 1959..........................1959 Ghidotti, Matt E., 2011, 2012, 2013 .............2013 Giddings, John H.J., 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955....... 1955 Giglio, Gary T., 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989.......1989 Gillem, Alvan C. II .............................................1940 Gillette, Michael J., 1959.................................1959 Gillis, Joseph K., 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 ...1987 Gillmore, William N...........................................1925 Gilmartin, Robert F., 1983, 1984, 1985 ........1985 Gilroy, Terrence P., 1996, 1997....................... 1997 Giordano, Bruno A., 1951 ................................ 1951 Giordano, Francis J., 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 ..... 1983 Girdner, Ralph W., 1950, 1952 .......................1952 Glesener, Daniel L., 2012 ................................2015 Glesener, John A., 2012, 2013 .....................2015 Glyphis, Benedict E., 1955, 1956, 1957 .......1957 Goldberg, Morris...............................................1929 Goldtrap, John C. ..............................................1936 Golini, Daniel P., 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 ...2002 Goodhand, William S. III, 1972, 1973, 1974.. 1974 Gooding, Daniel E., 1966, 1967, 1968..........1968 Gorman, James T., 1991, 1992 ......................1992 Gossweiler, Thomas J. 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 .. 2008 Gray, Michael C., 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979.... 1979 Green, Brian P., 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 ....2005 Greene, Irving B................................................1924 Grete, Robert L., 1956, 1957, 1958 ..............1958 Griswold, Myron J., 1971, 1972, 1973 ........... 1973 Gros, Jordan C., 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 ....1998

Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Haddock, Paul “Kip,” 2011, 2012, 2013 .......2013 Hadley, Alvan C. Jr., 1945, 1946.....................1946 Hadlock, Chandler L., 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998.... 1998 Hale, Glynn W., 1965, 1966, 1967 ................1967 Hall, Richard J., 1952 ......................................1952 Hamill, Neil J., 1979, 1980, 1981 ..................1981 Hampton, Spencer K.W., 2007, 2008 .......... x2010 Handcox, Robert C., 1963 ...............................1963 Haniuk, Erik M., 2006, 2007 ..........................2008 Hanna, Michael J., 2006, 2007, 2008 ...........2008 Hannon, Harold M., 1959, 1960, 1961 .........1961 Hanrahan, Ryan P., 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 ....... 2001 Hansinger, Adam M., 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 .... 2008 Hanson, Mark D., 1977, 1978, 1979 ............. 1979 Harbold, Norris B. Jr., 1955, 1956 .................1956 Harbold, Norris B. .............................................1928 Hargraves, William F. III, 1979, 1980 .............1982 Harkin, Edward G., 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 1978 Harkins, David V., 1961, 1962 ........................1962 Harman, John R. Jr., 1943, 1944, 1945 ........1945 Harren, James C., 1983, 1984, 1985 ............1985 Harrison, Harry J...............................................1935 Harrison, Samuel J. 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 ....... 2010 Harrow, Benjamin C., 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 .... 2005 Hart, Patrick R., 2011, 2012, 2013 .............2014 Hartinger, James V., 1947, 1948, 1949.........1949 Harvey, Thomas H., Jr., 1956, 1957, 1958 ....1958 Haugenes, Steven T., 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 .... 1989 Haussmann, Alfred C. Jr., 1946 ......................1946 Hayman, George R. Jr., 1943, 1944 ...............1944 Hayes, Conor P., 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 ....2012 Hayes, F. Michael, 1998, 1999, 2000 ...........2000 Head, James L. Jr., 1970 ............................... x1972 Hegarty, Kevin P., 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 .1998 Heilman, William P., 1971, 1972, 1973 ......... 1973

Charlie Jarvis ’69

Heller, Steven J., 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 ...1993 Hemphill, John A., 1951 .................................. 1951 Henderson, Timothy C., 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 .. 2012 Henderson, William Z., 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011.. 2011 Hendricks, Merideth E., 1948 .........................1949 Hennessy, Joseph J., 1973, 1974 ................... 1975 Henney, Frederic A. ..........................................1924 Hennigar, Stephen R., 1979 .......................... x1981 Henry, Leonard D. ............................................1931 Henry, Robert J., 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 ...1981 Hetherington, Jeffrey W., 1974, 75, 76, 77 .... 1977 Hickman, Thomas K., 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987.... 1987 Higgins, John H., 1954, 1955, 1956 ..............1956 Hillebrand, Peter J., 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 ....... 1981 Hillier, Pringle P., 1960, 1961 .........................1961 Hilton, Robert B., 2000, 2001 ........................2001 Hines, George C................................................1940 Hinkle, Carl C. Jr. ..............................................1942 Hirsch, Edwin C. Jr., 1968, 1969, 1970 ......... 1970 Hobbs, Leo P., 1954 ........................................1954 Hobbs, Richard W., 1954 ................................1954 Holley, James E.................................................1928 Holsington, Perry M. II ......................................1939 Holzapfel, William J. Jr......................................1934 Horner, Albert A. ...............................................1925 Howard, Malcolm J., 1962...............................1962 Howe, Robert B. Jr., 1958................................1959 Hoynes, Michael C., 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 ...... 1988 Hoynes, Robert P., 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 1985 Hubbard, Anderson O., 1950 ..........................1950 Huff, William M., 1991.....................................1991 Hugo, Victor J. Jr., 1953, 1954........................1954 Hunter, Gene C., 1989, 1990, 1991 ............ x1992 Hurley, Adam L., 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 ...2003 Hurley, Matthew B., 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 .. 2012

I-I-I-I

Bill Henderson ’11

Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Irwin, Henry D. .................................................. 1941 Isnardi, Nicholas J., 2011, 2012, 2013 .......2014 Ivan, Gabriel A., 1943 .............................June 1943 Ivany, Brian M., 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007.....2007 Ives, Washington M. Jr. ....................................1924 Izzo, Lawrence L, 1966, 1967 ........................1967

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS ALL-TIME LETTERMEN J-J-J-J Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Jackson, Harry G., 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 1983 Jackson, Matthew W., 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 ... 1983 Jackson, Paul T., 1990, 1991 .........................1993 Jannarone, Jack M., 1963 ...............................1965 Janowski, John S., 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 1988 Jansen, Zachary D., 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 . 2009 Jarvis, Charles J. Jr., 1968, 1969 ...................1969 Jenkins, Robert J., 1967, 1968, 1969 ...........1969 John, Howard J. ................................................1924 Johnson, Arthur D., 1956, 1957 .....................1957 Johnson, James R. ...........................................1937 Johnson, John E., 1951, 1952, 1953 .............1953 Johnson, Jonathan P., 1996, 1997 ................. 1997 Johnson, Paul L., 1991, 1992 .........................1992 Johnson, Robert B. Jr., 1963, 1964, 1965 ....1965 Jollota, Sean P., 2012, 2013.........................2015 Jones, Lawrence McC. Jr., 1945 .....................1945 Jones, Thomas H., 1952, 1953 ......................1953

K-K-K-K Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Kamide, Tyler J., 2011, 2012, 2013 .............2014 Kamon, Michael M., 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003...... 2003 Kane, Joseph M., 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 .1990 Kear, Casey N., 2002 ..................................... x2005 Kearns, Andrew W., 2010, 2011, 2012 .......2014 Keller, James H.................................................1939 Kelly, John A., 1986 .........................................1989 Kelly, Kevin, 1971, 1972, 1973 ...................... 1973 Kelty, William R., 1946 ....................................1946 Keneally, Joseph P., 2006, 2007, 2008 ........2008 Keneally, Timothy P., 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 ..... 1994 Kenny, Eugene A. .............................................1930 Kesmodel, Robert H., 1966 ............................1966 Kidder, James D., 1943 ..........................June 1943 Kilgallon, John M., 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 1988 Kilroy, Robert L., 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 ...1994 Kimes, Ira L. Jr., 1950......................................1950 King, Arthur R. ..................................................1942 King, James I. ...................................................1931

Josh Kurtzman ’01

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Kinnee, Dale J. .................................................1929 Kirr, Stephen J., 1980 .................................... x1983 Knapp, Brian F., 1992, 1993, 1994 ...............1994 Knorr, Mathias III, 1968, 1969, 1970 ............ 1970 Kobes, Frank J, IV, 1964, 1965, 1966 ...........1966 Koehler, Robert G., 1983, 1984, 1985 ..........1985 Korvin, Michael B., 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 ........ 2009 Korvin, Eric D., 1983...................................... x1987 Koshansky, Steven W., 2007, 2008, 2009 ....2010 Koshansky, William S., 1981, 1982, 1983 ....1984 Kostovic, Marko, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 ..2004 Kousouris, Louis J., 1996, 1997, 1998 .........1998 Kozlowski, Henry P. ..........................................1942 Kramer, Kenneth R., 1954 ..............................1954 Krikorian, Steven H., 1980, 19 81 ..................1981 Kuen, Andrew J., 2001, 2002 .........................2004 Kurtzman, Joshua A., 1999, 2000, 2001 ......2001

L-L-L-L Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Laing, Jay A., 2009, 2010, 2011 ....................2011 Lambert, Denis J., 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 1982 Lamdin, William R., 1950 ................................1950 Lang, Cornelis deW. W. ....................................1935 Lang, John W., III, 1963, 1964........................1964 Lange, Philo B. Jr., 1947, 1949, 1950 ...........1950 Lanz, Robert W., 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 ...1996 LaPorte, Justin G., 1957 ..................................1957 Larrabee, Michael R., 2012, 2013 ...............2015 Larrabee, Scott, 1972, 1973........................... 1974 Larsen, Christopher M., 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 2005 Larson, James J., 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 .2008 Lash, Peter W., 1955, 1956 ............................1956 Laurance, Edward J., 1960 .............................1960 Lavender, Charles M., 1952, 1953.................1953 Lawrence, Charles W. ......................................1923 Legan, Doug M., 1997 ..................................... 1997 Lehrfeld, Irving .................................................1931 Lennon, John R., 1980, 1981 .........................1983 Lenotti, Peter J. Jr., 1982 ............................... x1985 Leone, Peter N. 2nd, 1953, 1954 ..................1954 Lepp, Christopher D., 1990, 1991, 1992 ......1992 LeRoux, Thomas J., 2002, 2003.....................2004 Lewis, Mark K. Jr. .............................................1927 Lewis, Robert P. III, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 ........ 1999 Liantonio, Michael J., 1986 .............................1987 Lieb, Charles R., 1968 .....................................1968 Lincoln, Lawrence J. .........................................1933 Linskey, Peter C., 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978 ... 1978 Liss, Ronald A., 1969, 1970, 1971 ................. 1971 Long, William J. 2008, 2009 ...........................2009 Lord, Royal B.....................................................1923 Lorenzen, Albert I., 1950, 1951, 1952 ..........1952 LoRusso, Brian P., 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012...2012 LoRusso, Kevin B., 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 ... 2009 LoRusso, Lawrence A., 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 .. 2012 LoRusso, Nicholas J., 2006, 2007..................2007 Lovell, Christopher L., 1997, 2000 .................2000 Lovell, Joseph M. ..............................................1929 Loving, Travis J., 1994, 1995, 1996 ...............1996 Lucas, John F., 1968, 1969, 1970 ................. 1970 Luecke, Richard W., 1969 ...............................1969 Lunn, Robert J., 1950 ......................................1950 Lunney, Donald R., 1945 .................................1945 Lux, Arthur G., 1979, 1980 ........................... x1982 Luyster, Matthew C., 2004, 2005, 2006........2006 Lynch, Devin J., 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 .....2012 Lynch, Philip H., 1972, 1973 ........................... 1973

Travis Loving ’96

M-M-M-M Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Macdonald, Alexander R., 1954, 1955 ..........1955 MacGibbon, James E., 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 .. 2012 MacGibbon, Kevin V., 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980..... 1980 MacLaren, Donald R. Jr., 1971 ........................ 1971 MacMaster, Alex N., 1991, 1992, 1993.........1993 Madarasz, Brendan J. 2013 ..........................2016 Madden, Bryan C., 2001, 2002 ......................2003 Magann, Chase E., 2004 ............................... x2006 Maisano, Andrew M., 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 .... 2010 Maladowitz, Raymond, 1950 ..........................1950 Malin, Richard C. (formerly Malinowski), 1956 ....... 1956 Mallory, Norman D., 1944, 1945....................1945 Mandry, Philip M., 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 1993 Mangino, Michael W., 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 ... 1994 Manning, Robert R., 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996...... 1996 Marasco, Matthew D., 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 ... 2011 Marinelli, Walter D. (formerly Merrill) ..............1924 Marino, James N., 1976, 1977, 1978 ............ 1978 Mark, Brian C., 1988 ..................................... x1990 Markham, Edward M. III, 1949, 1950, 1951 . 1951 Marley, John T., 1947, 1948 ...........................1949 Marshall, Robert C., 1942 ....................... Jan. 1943 Martin, Bruce M., 1978, 1979, 1980 .............1980 Martin, Samuel L., 1995 .................................1995 Martin, Thomas S., 1998, 1999, 2000 ..........2000 Marziale, James J., 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 ..1984 Mask, John S., 1997, 1998 .............................1998 Massie, Craig M., 2006, 2007, 2008 .............2008 Mattos, Christopher J., 2006, 2007 ...............2009 Maupin, Jere W. ................................................1942 Mavoides, Peter M., 1987, 1988, 1989.........1989 Maxwell, Ernest B. ............................................1939 Mayer, John D. Jr., 1966, 1967, 1968 ...........1968 Mazur, Robert, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 ......1981 Mazzone, William J. 2013 .............................2016 McArdle, Richard W., 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 ..... 1983 McAuliffe, Brett P., 2010..................................2013 McAuliffe, Kevin E., 1994, 1995, 1996 .........1996 McBride, Clyde R. .............................................1931 McCallion, Robert J., 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 ..... 2011 McCartan, Arthur A. .........................................1940


@ARMY_LACROSSE ALL-TIME LETTERMEN McClure, Ryan P., 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 .2008 McCormack, Ryan E., 1995, 1996, 1997 ...... 1997 McCoy, Martin E., 1944 ...................................1944 McDonald, John M., 1957 ...............................1957 McDonald, Robert C. Jr. ...................................1935 McEnery, John W., 1946, 1947, 1948 ...........1948 McGann, Donald A., 1951 ............................... 1951 McGarry, James J., 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 1979 McGee, George A. Jr. ........................................1937 McGuire, Edward J. Jr., 1989, 1991, 1992 ....1992 McManus, Steven G., 1975, 1977 .................. 1977 McMinn, Thomas L. Jr., 1946 ..........................1946 McMurtry, Walter P., 1973 ............................... 1973 Mennes, Brian J., 1986, 1987, 1988 .............1988 Meyer, Carl W. ...................................................1925 Meyer, Charles R. .............................................1937 Meyer, Edward C., 1950, 1951 ....................... 1951 Mezer, Matthew D., 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 .. 2013 Michalowski, Andrew P., 2012, 2013 ..........2015 Middaugh, Thomas R., 1960, 1961, 1962 ....1962 Miller, Anthony J., 1992 ................................. x1994 Miller, James R.C., 1955 .................................1955 Miller, Lee C. (formerly Leroy) ..........................1934 Miller, Nathan J., 2012 ....................................2015 Miller, Thomas J., 1995, 1996, 1997 ............. 1997 Mineo, Erik P., 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 ......2005 Miner, Christian J., 1993 .................................1994 Miner, Nicholas P., 2005 .................................2008 Minihane, Neil J., 1987, 1989, 1990 .............1990 Mintz, Oliver F., 1995, 1996 ...........................1996 Miser, Robert S. Jr., 1958, 1959, 1960 .........1960 Mitchell, Kenny D., 1961 .................................1963 Mitchell, Richard T............................................1924 Mitchell, William L. Jr. ...................................... 1941 Molnar, Gerald J., 1966 ...................................1967 Monahan, Daniel G., 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 ..... 1998 Mone, John M., 1988, 1989 ......................... x1991 Montague, Theodore G. Jr., 1945, 1946 ........1946 Monteferante, Christopher J. 2013 ..............2016 Moore, Brian J., 1999 ......................................2000 Moore, Jimbo O. 2013 ...................................2016 Moore, Lynn D., 1969, 1970 ........................... 1970 Moore, Michael, 1961, 1962 .........................1962 Morse, Alexander H., 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 .... 2008 Mos, Michael J., 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979..... 1979

O’Connor, Thomas W., 1992, 1993, 1994.....1994 O’Donnell, Emmett Jr. ......................................1928 O’Donnell, Thomas J., 1977, 1978, 1979 ...... 1979 O’Donnell, William, G., 2012, 2013..............2015 O’Grady, John A., 1988, 1989, 1990 .............1990 O’Keefe, Richard J. ...........................................1930 O’Leary, Thomas J., 1972, 1973, 1974 .......... 1974 O’Neill, Larry B., 1976 ...................................... 1977 O’Rourke, Kevin E., 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994........ 1994 O’Sullivan, Patrick J., 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 .... 1985 O’Sullivan, Sean P., 2009, 2010 .....................2012

P-P-P-P

Tyler Oates ’10

Moss, Scott F., 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976........ 1976 Motschwiller, Andrew W., 2011 .......................2014 Mounce, Andrew J., 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003....... 2003 Mulholland, Patrick M., 2009, 2010, 2011 ...2011 Muller, Thomas H. ............................................1940 Mullins, Shea 2013 .......................................2016 Mullins, William H.L., 1956 .............................1957 Murphy, John M., 1950....................................1950 Murphy, Raymond P. ........................................1942 Murphy, Stephen O., 1993, 1994, 1995........1995 Murrell, Maxwell R., 1952, 1953 ....................1953

N-N-N-N Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Nakamura, Brian K., 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 ..... 1989 Narcum, Andrew M., 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 .... 2006 Nazzaro, John J., 1942 ............................ Jan. 1943 Nazzaro, Joseph J. ............................................1936 Nelson, Donald T. Jr., 1944, 1945 ..................1945 Nelson, Philip R., 1973, 1974 ......................... 1975 Nelson, Richard E. ............................................1937 Nelson, Richard W., 1949, 1950 ....................1950 Nemetz, Albert M., 1946 .................................1946 Nerdalen, Erik C., 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 2006 Neswiacheny, Bohdan, 1967, 1968 ...............1968 Neubert, Joseph W., 1978, 1979.................... 1979 Newsome, Alexander S., 2012, 2013...........2015 Nogic, Dominik U., 1999, 2000, 2001, 20022002 Nunn, Lee R. Jr., 1959 .....................................1959 Nutting, Wallace H., 1950 ...............................1950

Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Pagels, Ryan J., 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 ....2001 Palesky, Nicholas T., 2008, 2009 ...................2011 Palesky, Thomas J., 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 .. 2011 Palmieri, Zachary D., 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 .. 2012 Pappafotis, James S., 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978..... 1978 Parker, Richard H., 1943 ........................June 1943 Parks, Michael A., 2001, 2002, 2003............2003 Parks, Ryan A., 2000 .......................................2003 Paskalis, Aaron A., 2002, 2003 .................... x2005 Paske, Raymond J., 1964, 1965 ....................1965 Patrick, Francis H. ............................................1938 Pavlick, Brian W., 1995, 1996 ........................1996 Pearson, Charles F., 1998, 1999, 2002 ........2002 Pearson, Timothy D., 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 ..... 2002 Peisinger, Roman J. Jr., 1954 ..........................1954 Peitz, Henry E.C., 1972 .................................... 1972 Perettine, Michael J. 2013............................2016 Perry, Hugh W., 1946 .......................................1948 Pesa, Marc A., 2012, 2013 .............................2013 Pesature, Andrew V., 2000, 2001, 2002 .......2002 Pettit, Thomas C., 1965, 1966, 1967 ............1967 Peyer, Jason S., 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 ....2009 Phelan, John J. .................................................1936 Pickitt, John L., 1954, 1955............................1955 Piechota, Robert J., 1977, 1978, 1979 .......... 1979 Piro, Michael C., 1999, 2000, 2001...............2001 Pitts, James R., 1951 ....................................... 1951 Polhamus, John A., 1990, 1991, 1992 ..........1992 Portuese, Joel D., 1986, 1987, 1988 ............1988 Posey, James T. ................................................1937 Pottenger, Charles H. .......................................1933 Poulos, Luke A. 2013 ....................................2016 Poulos, Matthew F., 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 .. 2010

O-O-O-O

Andrew Mounce ’03

Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Oates, Tyler D., 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010......2010 Obringer, Michael G., 2004, 2005, 2006 ......2006 Off, Andrew B., 1993, 1994, 1995 .................1995 Olivero, Jose R., 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 ..... 1978 Olmeda, Joseph, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990...1990 Olson, Eric T., 1972 .......................................... 1972 Opatovsky, Robert E., 1968, 1969, 1970 ...... 1970 Orlando, John A., 1992, 1993, 1994 .............1994 Orsini, Anthony M., 1981, 1982, 1983 ..........1984 Owens, Bobby L., 1960....................................1960 O’Brien, William G., 1989, 1990, 1991 .........1991 O’Connor, Patrick M., 1984, 1985, 1986 ......1986

Tim Pearson ’02

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ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Roberts, Christopher R., 2000, 2002, 2003 .2003 Roberts, Thurman M. Jr., 1963 .......................1964 Robertson, Cloin G., 1957 ...............................1958 Robinson, Nicholas J., 1957............................1957 Roitman, Jonathan M., 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 . 1989 Roller, Robin J., 1957 .......................................1957 Romano, David E., 1989 .................................1991 Ronan, Thomas B., 2004, 2005, 2006..........2006 Rosenshein, Scott A., 2008, 2009 .................2009 Roy, Matthew E., 2000, 2001 .........................2002 Royle, Paul U., 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994.......1994 Russo, Daniel B., 1998, 1999, 2000 .............2000 Russo, Zack M., 1998.................................... x2000 Rust, John L., 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949 ........1949 Ruzicka, John M., 1974, 1975......................... 1975 Ryan, Daniel A., 1967, 1968...........................1968 Ryan, John C., 2000, 2001, 2003 ..................2003 Ryan, Richard J., 1990 ....................................1991 Ryer, Richard T., 1962 .....................................1962

S-S-S-S

Brice Roberts ’04

Prentice, Christopher S., 1990, 1991, 1992 .1992 Preuit, Russell B. Jr., 1949, 1950 ...................1950 Prudhomme, Shelton E. ...................................1926 Pugh, James R. Jr., 1943 ........................June 1943

Q-Q-Q-Q Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Quinn, William W. .............................................1933

Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Sabert, John 2013 .........................................2016 Sajkoski, Richard M., 1981, 1982, 1983.......1984 Salit, Peter C., 1981, 1983 ........................... x1984 Salmon, Armond J. ...........................................1924 Salter, Robert M., 1989 ................................. x1991 Sands, John R. Jr. ............................................. 1941 Sardella, William J., 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 ....... 1982 Saunders, LaVerne G. ......................................1928 Sauter, Charles H., 2008, 2009, 2010, 20112011 Schaefer, Walter P., 1974, 1975 ..................... 1975 Schanno, Andrew W., 1996 .............................1996 Scheel, Matthew S., 2005,2006 .................. x2008 Scherrer, Kevin G., 1975, 1976, 1977............ 1977 Schiffer, William M., 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 ...... 1986 Schrage, William K. Jr., 1956 ..........................1956 Schultz, Austin H. 2013.................................2016 Schultz, Daniel R., 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986... 1986 Schurr, Kevin J. 2013 .....................................2016

R-R-R-R Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Rabbitt, William T., 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 ... 1985 Radcliffe, Robert F., 1963, 1964, 1965.........1965 Ragusa, Roy T., 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 .....2008 Rankin, Gordon L., 1965, 1966, 1967 ..........1967 Rasmussen, Adolph P. .....................................1924 Rattan, Donald V., 1945 ..................................1945 Raymond, Clarence S.......................................1924 Reardon, Benjamin J., 2005 ......................... x2008 Reavill, Jackson C., 1962 ................................1962 Reeves, David L. Jr., 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 .. 1979 Reeves, Raymond J. .........................................1934 Regan, Robert P., 1987 ...................................1988 Reider, Samuel J., 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 1986 Reinert, Albert C. ..............................................1942 Reiser, Corey J., 2009, 2010, 2011................2011 Reittman, Richard H., 1943 ...................June 1943 Reno, William W. ............................................ x1933 Reppard, Sean A., 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 2009 Reynolds, George T., 1973, 1974 .................... 1975 Rhiddlehoover, Loyd P. Jr., 1952 .....................1952 Rhoads, Alexander D., 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 .. 2009 Riccardi, Michael J., 1981, 1982, 1983 ........1984 Richardson, James L. Jr. ..................................1930 Rider, Fred I. Jr., 1966, 1967, 1968 ...............1968 Riggan, Raymond B. Jr., 1956, 1957, 1958 ..1958 Ritch, William N. Jr., 1963, 1964, 1965 ........1965 Rivers, David P., 1966, 1967 ..........................1967 Roberts, Christopher, B., 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 ....2004

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Brendan Sheehan ’96

Schwartz, Thomas A., 1966, 1967 .................1967 Scott, Alan H., 1963.........................................1963 Scott, James A. Jr. ............................................1937 Scott, Willard W. Jr., 1946, 1947, 1948 .........1948 Scullion, James H., 1998, 1999, 2000 ..........2000 Seeman, Lyle E. ................................................1928 Sela, Charles M., 1970, 1971, 1972 .............. 1972 Selkis, Robert F., 1965 ....................................1965 Senter, William O. .............................................1933 Serff, Paul C......................................................1923 Seymour, Tyler W., 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 2010 Shade, Thomas E. 2013 ................................2015 Shaver, Douglas J., 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 ........ 1987 Shaw, Jason C., 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 ....2002 Sheard, Joe H., 1952, 1953............................1953 Sheckells, Thomas R., 1963, 1964, 1965.....1965 Sheehan, Brendan J., 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 ... 1996 Sheehan, John L. III, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 ..... 1989 Sherburne, Charles W. .....................................1938 Sheridan, Richard B. ...................................... x1933 Short, Peter G., 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985.....1985 Silliman, James E., 1998, 1999, 2000 ..........2000 Silva, Adam L., 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 ......1993 Silver, Paul D., 1969 ........................................1969 Simenson, Edwin G. .........................................1932 Simonton, Samuel J. ........................................1927 Sincero, Robert F., 2011, 2012, 2013 .........2014 Sipperly, Derek C., 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 ... 2012 Skirpan, Ryan N., 1990 ................................. x1993 Slabowski, George J., 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 .... 1984 Sladen, Fred W. Jr.............................................1929 Smith, Chad C., 1992 .................................... x1995 Smith, Donald J., 1963 ....................................1963 Smith, Forest E., 1981, 1982, 1983 ..............1984 Smith, Perry McC., 1955, 1956 ......................1956 Smith, Richard L., 1957 ...................................1958 Smith, Shane K., 2009, 2010, 2011 ..............2011 Smith, Stainton, 1956 .....................................1956 Smith, Stanley L. ..............................................1937 Smith, William F. Jr. ..........................................1942


@ARMY_LACROSSE ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Tibbetts, Ralph E. .............................................1925 Tibetts, Gene H. ................................................1934 Tillar, Donaldson P. III, 1985, 1986 ................1987 Tillar, Donaldson P. Jr., 1958, 1959 ...............1959 Tillman, James L. 1963, 1964, 1965.............1965 Tily, Gregory S., 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 .....1998 Timbario, Matthew J., 1993, 1994 .................1994 Tincher, Maxwell A............................................1937 Titus, Charles M., 1959 ...................................1960 Todd, William S. Jr., 1950 ................................1950 Tofani, Alfred A., 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 ...2002 Tohill, William A., 1988, 1989 .........................1989 Tomiczek, Paul W. Jr., 1959 ............................1959 Torgerson, Christopher A., 1973 ..................... 1973 Torrence, James E., 1954, 1955 ....................1955 Touchstone, Stanford M., 1952, 1953 ...........1953 Trapnell, Thomas J.H. .......................................1927 Travis, Harrison G., 1950, 1951.................... x1952 Travis, William H., 1947, 1948 ........................1948 Troy, Guy K., 1946 ............................................1946 True, Clinton U. .................................................1936 Trujillo, Carlos A., 1993, 1994 ........................1994 Truxtun, Thomas ...............................................1937 Tucker, Scott R., 2001 .....................................2002 Tuite, James J. IV, 1993 ...................................1995 Turnbull, Robert B., 1955 ................................1957 Turner, Sean J., 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 .....1994 Turner, Thomas R., 1974.................................. 1974 Turrini, Ross W., 1983, 1984, 1985 ...............1985 Turturro, William J., 1992 ................................1994

U-U-U-U John Walker ’06

Snodgrass, John C., 1955, 1956 ....................1956 Sokul, Victor P. III, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 2006 Solem, Arthur E. ...............................................1927 Sollohub, Julian V. ............................................1937 Somers, Samuel R., 2012, 2013 ..................2015 Spicer, Markus D., 2009, 2010.......................2012 Stanley, Paul D., 1963 .....................................1963 Stapleton, James B. Jr., 1963 .........................1964 Steinagle, Timothy J., 1983, 1984, 1985 ......1985 Stewart, Robert M., 1969, 1970..................... 1970 Stillman, Robert M. ..........................................1935 Stites, William H., 1943, 1944, 1945 ............1945 Storck, George H., 1954 ..................................1954 Stumm, Thomas A., 1951................................ 1951 Sullivan, Edward A.M., 1967 ...........................1967 Sullivan, Eugene R., 1963 ...............................1964 Summerfelt, Milton F........................................1933 Sundt, Daniel N. ...............................................1929 Sundt, Harald S. ...............................................1932 Supiano, Andrew, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 .2008 Swain, Aaron C., 1996, 1997, 1998...............1998 Sweat, Dale S., 1943 ..............................June 1943 Swierkowski, Steven M., 1989, 1990.............1991 Swift, Eben F. ....................................................1940 Szczepanski, Michael P., 1997, 1998, 1999 .1999

T-T-T-T Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Tandy, Fremont S. (formerly Thompson) .........1924 Tarsa, David M., 2011, 2012, 2013 .............2014 Tate, Joseph S. Jr. ............................................. 1941 Terry, Galen R., 2002, 2003 ...........................2004 Thigpen, Joseph J. ............................................ 1941 Thomas, Gary P., 1953, 1954 .........................1954 Thomasson, Juohn T., 1963, 1964, 1965 .....1965 Thul, James G., 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 .....2013

Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Uberti, John, 1981, 1982, 1983.....................1983 Uchill, Charles H., 1990 ...................................1992 Utermahlen, Charles B., 1966, 1967, 1968 ..1968

V-V-V-V Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Valence, Edward Jr., 1955, 1956....................1956 Van Duzer, Conor D. 2013 .............................2016 Van Krevel, John A., 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 ..... 2013 Vander Heide, Herbert J...................................1929 Vandersluis, Howard J. .....................................1923 Vergamini, Stephen L., 1996, 97, 98, 99.......1999 Vernon, Graham D., 1953 ...............................1953 Vichules, Leo D. ................................................1924 Vlahakis, James C., 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 .. 2002 Voehl, Wilford E.H. ............................................1934 Vogel, Timothy J. 1963, 1964, 1965 ..............1965 Vozzolo, Tony, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 .......2006

W-W-W-W Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Wagner, James L., 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 2005 Wakeland, Hunter R., 2004, 2005, 2006 ......2007 Walker, John W. III, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 ... 2006 Walker, Robert O., 1970 .................................. 1970 Walker, Sam S., 1945, 1946 ...........................1946 Walker, Sam S. III, 1974................................... 1975 Walker, Walton H. II, 1969, 1970, 1971 ......... 1971 Walsh, William H., 1976................................... 1976 Waltz, Eric G., 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 .......1993 Ward, Conan, 1987 ..........................................1989 Warren, Frederick H. ........................................1931 Waters, Glenn A., 1986, 1987, 1988 .............1989 Waters, John K. ................................................1931 Weaver, John L., 1950 .....................................1950 Webb, Afred N. Jr., 1963, 1964 ......................1964

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Webb, Anthony V., 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 .1981 Weidner, Joseph J............................................. 1941 Weiss, Benjamin B., 2011 ...............................2014 Weissman, Jeffrey, 1982, 1983......................1983 Wenz, Jacob M., 1996, 1997 ..........................1998 Weyand, Alexander M., 1951 .......................... 1951 Whaley, Joseph E., 1995, 1996, 1997 ........... 1997 Wheeler, Richard V., 1943 ......................June 1943 Wiegner, John L. Jr., 1956, 1957 ....................1957 Wieland, Roger F., 1977, 1978, 1979 ............1980 Wigdzinski, Paul S., 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 ..... 2008 Wilcox, Gregory S., 1989, 1990, 1991...........1991 Wilder, Samuel E. Jr., 1959, 1961 ..................1961 Wilkins, Samuel J., 2008, 2009 .....................2011 Williams, Daniel E., 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 ....... 1987 Williams, James S., 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990 ....... 1990 Willis, Aaron L., 1999, 2000 ...........................2000 Wilson, Harry E. ................................................1928 Wilson, John N. .................................................1935 Wilson, Woodrow W. .........................................1939 Winkel, Paul P. Jr., 1956 ..................................1956 Wirth, Eugene F., 1954 ....................................1954 Wood, Charles G., 1972..................................x1974 Wood, Steven F., 1969, 1970, 1971 ............... 1971 Wood, Warfield R. .............................................1924 Woods, Christopher, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003.... 2003 Woods, Michael P. Jr., 1998, 1999, 2000 .....2000 Woodcheke, Kevin J., 2007, 2008, 2009 ......2010 Workman, Donald R., 1966, 1967, 1968 ......1968 Wynne, Edward P. .............................................1940

Y-Y-Y-Y Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Yakulis, Andrew T., 2003, 2004, 2005, 20062006 Yastrzemsky, James R., 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 1997 Yates, William E., 1955, 1956, 1957 .............1957 Yeilding, Richard P. ...........................................1942 Yeomans, Prentice E. .......................................1926 Young, Terry H., 1968, 1969 ...........................1969

Z-Z-Z-Z Name, Years Lettered Graduating Class Zagorski, Frank J., 1949, 1950.......................1950 Zimmerman, Joseph B. ....................................1931 Zupa, Christopher C., 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 .... 1985

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