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NOTRE DAME Fighting Irish

JOHN SCIOSCIA SENIOR • ATTACKMAN BRIAN BUGLIONE SENIOR • DEFENSEMAN

PAT COTTER SENIOR • MIDFIELDER

2014 NOTRE DAME MEN’S LACROSSE SCHEDULE FEBRUARY

1 Sat. BELLARMINE (exhibition) 2 Sun. DETROIT (exhibition) Sun. at Jacksonville% 16 22

1 8 16 25 29

Sat.

PENN STATE

Sat. Sat. Sun. Tues. Sat.

at North Carolina* vs. Denver^ VIRGINIA* at Ohio State at Syracuse*

Noon Noon 5 p.m. 4 p.m. Noon

DUKE* at Marquette ROBERT MORRIS MARYLAND* ACC Tournament (PPL Park • Chester, Pa.)

Noon 4 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon

ARMY NCAA Championship First Round Campus Sites NCAA Championship Quarterfinals Hempstead, N.Y./Newark, Del. NCAA Championship Semifinals Baltimore, Md. (M&T Bank Stadium) NCAA Championship Final Baltimore, Md. (M&T Bank Stadium)

Noon

APRIL JIM MARLATT SENIOR • MIDFIELDER CAPTAIN

5 Sat. 8 Tues. 12 Sat. 19 Sat. 25-27 Fri.-Sun.

MAY

TYLER BRENNEMAN SENIOR • MIDFIELDER

3 Sat. 10/11 Sat./Sun. 17/18 Sat./Sun. 24 Sat. 26 Mon.

All times local to site Home games in BOLD CAPS % - Moe’s Southwest Grill Lacrosse Classic * - ACC game ^ - Pacific Coast Shootout (Costa Mesa, Calif.)

3 p.m.

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MARCH

2 p.m. Noon 7 p.m.

WESTY HOPKINS SENIOR • ATTACKMAN

STEPHEN O’HARA SENIOR • DEFENSEMAN CAPTAIN

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University of Notre Dame

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18

NCAA Championship Appearances Since 1990

8

Straight NCAA Championship Appearances

2010 NCAA Finalist

2001 & 2012 NCAA Semifinalist 8 NCAA Quarterfinal Appearances 60 All-America Honorees 20 Conference Titles


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION

COACHING STAFF

Quick Facts............................................................. 2 Irish Enter the ACC................................................. 3 Irish Lacrosse Experience....................................4-5 Facilities..............................................................6-7 Irish Reflections..................................................... 8

Head Coach Kevin Corrigan............................46-49 Assistant Coach Gerry Byrne..........................50-51 Assistant Coach Matt Karweck............................ 52 Kevin Anderson/Jonathan Rodak....................... 53 Men’s Lacrosse Support Staff.............................. 54

SEASON PREVIEW

2013 SEASON IN REVIEW

Season Preview..............................................10-11 Numerical Roster................................................. 12 Roster Breakdown............................................... 13 Series vs. 2014 Opponents.................................. 14

2013 Statistics..................................................... 56 2013 Honors & Awards........................................ 57 2013 Box Scores.............................................58-65 Tyler Andersen.................................................... 66 Quinn Cully.......................................................... 67 Ryan Foley........................................................... 68 Tyler Kimball....................................................... 69 John Kemp.....................................................70-71 David Miller......................................................... 72 Matt Miller.......................................................... 73 Steve Murphy...................................................... 74 Sean Rogers...................................................75-76 Andy Will............................................................. 76

STUDENT-ATHLETES Tyler Brenneman/Brian Buglione....................... 16 Pat Cotter............................................................. 17 Matthew Collins/Jack Doyle................................ 18 Alex Eaton........................................................... 19 Westy Hopkins.................................................... 20 Jim Marlatt.......................................................... 21 Ryan Mix.............................................................. 22 Liam O’Connor..................................................... 23 Stephen O’Hara................................................... 24 Chris Prevoznik/Kyle Ripp................................... 25 John Scioscia....................................................... 26 Michael Shepardson/Ryan Smith....................... 27 Logan Connolly/Will Gilmartin........................... 28 Will Corrigan........................................................ 29 Conor Doyle......................................................... 30 Conor Kelly/Connor McCollough......................... 31 Jack Near............................................................. 32 Nick Ossello......................................................... 33 Kyle Runyon/Henry Williams.............................. 34 Trevor Brosco/Edwin Glazener............................ 35 Adam Goins/Bobby Gray..................................... 36 Matt Kavanagh.................................................... 37 Matt Landis/Eddy Lubowicki............................... 38 Cole Riccardi/Jack Sheridan................................ 39 Thomas Stephan/Kyle Trolley.............................. 40 Zack Bartolo/Chris Carter/Robert Collins............ 41 Shane Doss/Garrett Epple/P.J. Finley.................. 42 Pat Healy/Liam Kennedy/Nick Koshansky.............43 Anthony Marini/Sergio Perkovic/Ben Pridemore/ Freshman Records............................................... 44

HISTORY & RECORDS History................................................................. 78 Yearly Statistics.................................................... 79 All-Americans.................................................80-83 2001 National Semifinalists................................ 84 2010 National Finalists........................................ 85 2012 National Semifinalists................................ 86 NCAA Tournament History.............................87-92 Point Records....................................................... 93 Goal Records........................................................ 94 Assist Records...................................................... 95 Goalie Records..................................................... 96 Miscellaneous Records........................................ 97 Season Records..............................................98-99 National Honors & Awards................................ 100 University Honors & Awards............................. 101 All-Midwest Lacrosse........................................ 102 Great Western Lacrosse League........................ 103 BIG EAST Conference�����������������������������������������104 All-Time Lineups........................................105-109 All-Time Roster...........................................110-115 All-Time Numbers......................................116-117 Yearly Results.............................................118-121 All-Time Series.................................................. 122 Series vs. Opponents..................................123-126 Irish in the Pros.................................................. 127 Irish on National Teams..................................... 128 Rich O’Leary Tribute.......................................... 129 50 Years of Notre Dame Lacrosse...................... 130 ACC Page............................................................ 131 University of Notre Dame.................................. 133 University Leadership...................................134-35 Academic Excellence..................................136-137

MEDIA INFORMATION The Notre Dame Athletics Media Relations Office is always interested in assisting members of the media in their coverage of Irish men’s lacrosse. Publicity and media information for Notre Dame men’s lacrosse is handled by assistant media relations director Sean Carroll. Photographs, feature ideas and results are always available from the Notre Dame Athletics Media Relations office. For information and interviews, call Carroll at (574) 631-2664, e-mail him at carroll.64@nd.edu, or view the official website of the Notre Dame athletic department at UND.com. CREDITS The Notre Dame Men’s Lacrosse Guide was written and edited by assistant media relations director Sean Carroll. Graphic design and page layout by Cathy J. Scholz, C Graphics. Inside and outside cover design by Cathy J. Scholz, C Graphics. Photographic contributions by Mike Bennett and Lighthouse Imaging, Matt Cashore, John Strohsacker, TD Paulius, Heather Gollatz, Linda Dunn, Pete LaFleur, Bill Jones, Mark Wellman, Greg Wall, Philip Langford, Terrell Lloyd, Marcus Snowden, Brian Lee/Chicago Machine, John Heisler, Bobbie Arlotta, Brother Charles McBride, Peter Davitt, Fred Goode and Trevor Ruszkowski.

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QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME Location .............................................. Notre Dame, IN 46556 Founded............................................... 1842 Enrollment........................................... 8,371 (undergrad.), ............................................................ 11,733 (total) Nickname............................................. Fighting Irish Colors................................................... Gold and Blue Conference........................................... Atlantic Coast Conference Home Field (Outdoor).......................... Arlotta Stadium (2,500/turf) Home Field (Indoor)............................. Loftus Sports Center (turf) President.............................................. Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. Athletics Director................................. Jack Swarbrick NCAA Faculty Representative............... Patricia Bellia Sr. Associate A.D./Men’s Lacrosse.......... John Heisler Athletic Department Phone................. (574) 631-6107 ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS 112 Joyce Center Notre Dame, IN 46556-5678 Sr. Assoc. A.D./Media Relations............ John Heisler Athletics Media Relations Director....... Bernadette Cafarelli Assistant Media Relations Director/ Men’s Lacrosse Contact......................... Sean Carroll Media Relations Office Phone.............. (574) 631-7516 Carroll’s Office Phone............................ (574) 631-2664 Carroll’s Cell Phone............................... (574) 340-2177 Carroll’s E-mail..................................... Carroll.64@nd.edu Carroll’s Twitter.................................... @NDsidSean Media Relations Fax............................. (574) 631-7941 Website................................................ UND.com MEN’S LACROSSE STAFF Head Coach.......................................... Kevin Corrigan (Virginia ‘81) Corrigan’s Office Phone........................ (574) 631-5108 Record at Notre Dame ......................... 241-114 (.679)/25 seasons Career Record ...................................... 251-129 (.661)/27 seasons Assistant Coach.................................... Gerry Byrne (8th Season) Byrne’s Alma Mater.............................. UMass-Amherst ‘86 Byrne’s Office Phone............................. (574) 631-8554 Assistant Coach.................................... Matt Karweck (2nd Season) Karweck’s Alma Mater.......................... Notre Dame ‘06 Karweck’s Office Phone........................ (574) 631-9046 Operations........................................... Jonathan Rodak (1st Season) Rodak’s Office Phone............................ (574) 631-8816 PROGRAM HISTORY • First Varsity Season: 1981 • Overall record (33 seasons): 305-156 (.662) • 2010 NCAA Finalist (best finish) • NCAA Semifinalist - 2001, 2012 • NCAA Quarterfinalist - 1995, 2000, 2008, 2011, 2013 • 18 NCAA Championship appearances (8 consecutive) (1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) • All-Time NCAA Record: 12-18 • Winning seasons: 29 • Losing seasons: 3 • All-America selections: 60 • All-America honorees: 33 • BIG EAST regular-season titles: 1 • All-BIG EAST selections: 21 • BIG EAST Players of the Year: 3 • BIG EAST Coach of the Year awards: 1 • GWLL regular-season titles: 12 • GWLL tournament titles: 2 • All-GWLL selections: 93 • GWLL Coach of the Year awards: 5 • GWLL Players of the Year: 6

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Fighting Irish 2014 Preview Starters returning/lost: 6/4 Monogram winners returning/lost: 18/10 Newcomers: 14 Captains: Jim Marlatt, Stephen O’Hara Feb. 16 Feb. 22 March 1 March 8 March 16 March 25 March 29 April 5 April 8 April 12 April 19 April 25-27 May 3

2014 Schedule at Jacksonville (Moe’s Southwest Grill Lacrosse Classic) PENN STATE at North Carolina* vs. Denver (Pacific Coast Shootout; Costa Mesa, Calif.) VIRGINIA* at Ohio State at Syracuse* DUKE* at Marquette ROBERT MORRIS MARYLAND* ACC Tournament (PPL Park; Chester, Pa.) ARMY

Home games in BOLD CAPS * - ACC game

Feb. 16 Feb. 24 March 2 March 9 March 16 March 20 March 24 March 30 April 2 April 7 April 14 April 20 April 27 May 2 May 11 May 19

2013 Results Overall: 11-5 BIG EAST: 4-2 NCAA Quarterfinalist at Duke W, 13-5 at Penn State W, 10-9 (ot) NORTH CAROLINA W, 10-9 (3ot) HOFSTRA L, 7-8 at Denver W, 13-12 (ot) (Mile High Classic) OHIO STATE W, 9-4 at Rutgers* W, 7-6 ST. JOHN’S* L, 10-12 vs. Marquette W, 17-5 (Wilmette, Ill.) at Providence* W, 13-8 GEORGETOWN* W, 10-8 VILLANOVA* W, 13-9 vs. Syracuse*$ L, 4-10 vs. Syracuse^ L, 3-9 DETROIT# W, 9-7 vs. Duke# L, 11-12 (Indianapolis, Ind.)

Home games in BOLD CAPS * - BIG EAST game $ - Big City Classic (East Rutherford, N.J.) ^ - BIG EAST Championship (Villanova, Pa.) # - NCAA Championship

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IRISH ENTER THE ACC

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IRISH LACROSSE EXPERIENCE Playing Across the Country Over the past two-plus decades, the Notre Dame men's lacrosse program has showcased itself all over the United States. In 1990, Notre Dame and Air Force squared off in the first-ever NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse game in the state of California. Notre Dame returned to the Golden State in 2005 to face North Carolina in the First Four Invitational in Carson. In the fall of 2010, the Fighting Irish played Johns Hopkins during the San Francisco Fall Lacrosse Classic. Notre Dame and Army met in a 2008 fall ball contest in Minnesota. The Fighting Irish headed to Atlanta, Ga. during the 2008 campaign to face Dartmouth and the Irish returned to the Peach State the following season and took on Loyola in Powder Springs. Both of those contests were part of the Southern Showdown. The Fighting Irish played in Texas during the 2009 and 2010 seasons. In 2009, Notre Dame and Vermont clashed in the Patriot Cup in Dallas. Notre Dame met Fairfield during the 2010 campaign in Houston. That contest was part of the Beating Cancer With a Stick Lacrosse Classic. The Fighting Irish opened the 2011 season against Duke at the Sunshine Classic in Jacksonville, Florida.

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Foreign Trips In order to enhance the student-athlete experience, the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse program has traveled four times internationally. The team journeyed to Ireland in 1995, England/Ireland/Wales in 2001, the Czech Republic in 2005 and Japan in 2010. The Fighting Irish squad has competed in games and conducted clinics during their time in the foreign lands.

Czech Republic (2005)

Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif.

Japan (2010)

Networking A fall networking trip to New York City has become a tradition for the Fighting Irish program. During the University’s fall break, head coach Kevin Corrigan and members of his staff have taken the team’s upperclassmen to The Big Apple for a day of networking. During their trips, the group has met with Notre Dame alumni and others who work at key companies in the city. Stops along the way have included the New York Stock Exchange, BlackRock, MTV, NASDAQ and NBC. When the Notre Dame squad traveled out West in the fall of 2010 to play Johns Hopkins in the San Francisco Fall Lacrosse Classic, the Irish juniors and seniors visited Google and EA Sports for additional networking opportunities. The coaching staff also has taken members of the team to Chicago to explore even more professional business opportunities.

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IRISH LACROSSE EXPERIENCE

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Big Stage

M&T Bank Stadium

The Notre Dame men’s lacrosse program routinely plays in top-notch venues. Here are some of the major stadiums the Irish have played in recently: Stadium • City • Pro/College Home Venue (League) Lucas Oil Stadium • Indianapolis, Ind. • Indianapolis Colts (NFL) 2013 NCAA Quarterfinal vs. Duke (L, 11-12) PPL Park • Chester, Pa. • Philadelphia Union (MLS) 2012 NCAA Quarterfinal vs. Virginia (W, 12-10) MetLife Stadium • East Rutherford, N.J. • New York Giants and Jets (NFL) 2012 Konica Minolta Big City Classic vs. St. John’s (W, 13-6) 2013 Konica Minolta Big City Classic vs. Syracuse (L, 4-10) Gillette Stadium • Foxborough, Mass. • New England Patriots (NFL) 2011 NCAA Quarterfinal vs. Duke (L, 5-7) 2012 NCAA Semifinal vs. Loyola (L, 5-7)

PPL Park

M&T Bank Stadium • Baltimore, Md. • Baltimore Ravens (NFL) 2010 Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic vs. Loyola (W, 11-9) 2010 NCAA Semifinal vs. Cornell (W, 12-7) 2010 NCAA Final vs. Duke (L, 5-6 OT) Everbank Field • Jacksonville, Fla. • Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL) 2011 vs. Duke (W, 12-7) Ohio Stadium (The Horseshoe) • Columbus, Ohio • Ohio State Football 2009 vs. Ohio State (W, 14-8) Invesco Field at Mile High • Denver, Colo. • Denver Broncos (NFL) 2009 vs. Denver (W, 10-8) 2013 vs. Denver (W, 13-12 ot) Toyota Park • Bridgeview, Ill. • Chicago Fire (MLS) 2008 vs. Denver (L, 8-9) Home Depot Center • Carson, Calif. • Los Angeles Galaxy (MLS) 2005 First Four Invitational vs. North Carolina (W, 9-7)

Lucas Oil Stadium

Helping Humanity The Notre Dame men’s lacrosse program is heavily involved in helping the local and international communities. In December of 2010, the Fighting Irish men’s lacrosse and men’s basketball teams worked together with Notre Dame student government and a host of departments across the campus to sponsor the Playing for Peace 3v3 Basketball Tournament (bottom right). The tournament’s purpose was to raise awareness for peace in Sudan. The event also featured a Stand With Sudan peace rally. Later that month, a delegation from the University of Notre Dame that included Kevin Dugan, a former Irish lacrosse player and the team's Operations Assistant at that time, and then junior defenseman Jake Brems spent time in Washington, D.C. (bottom left) and Baltimore, Md. to further the school’s commitment to peace in Sudan by advocating for full implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in Sudan. The group had meetings with key policymakers and non-governmental organizations. Among the stops on the trip were the White House, the State Department, Senator Richard Lugar’s (Ind.) office, Congressman Joe Donnelly’s (Ind.) office and Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Headquarters. The Playing for Peace initiative seeks to use the platform of sport to transcend boundaries and bring people together in the pursuit of peace, justice and human understanding. Along with the work to help Sudan, the Irish program routinely does service work in the South Bend area to promote a more peaceful society. The program has ventured to Chicago in each of the last two falls to conduct clinics and take part in service projects to help inner-city Catholic schools.

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FACILITIES

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Arlotta Stadium Arlotta Stadium is the home for the Notre Dame men’s and women’s lacrosse programs. Construction of the facility began in August of 2008 and it held its first event on October 16, 2009 as the Notre Dame men’s team played the Iroquois National Team in an exhibition contest. The official stadium dedication was held on October 17, 2009. The stadium features over 2,000 seats, lights, an artificial-turf field, locker rooms, player lounges, restrooms and concession areas. The state-of-the-art facility is named after Notre Dame graduate John Arlotta, president and chief executive officer of Denver-based Coram Inc. He and his wife Bobbie pledged the lead gift toward the stadium, which was built to the east of the Joyce Center as part of the University’s new athletics quadrangle. The Arlotta children - Mindy, Andy and Jon - also pledged an additional gift from The Arlotta Family Foundation toward the project. In addition to their generous donation, alumni and friends of the lacrosse programs donated over two million dollars.

The field is a top-notch artificial surface.

Arlotta Stadium opened its doors in October of 2009. The exterior displays banners of former Irish greats. Arlotta Stadium features over 2,000 permanent seats. Additional seating is available on a grass berm opposite of the stands. The men’s lacrosse player lounge, which is adjacent to the locker room, has flat-screen televisions along with abundant seating for studying and relaxing.

The press box has over 20 seats for media and support staff along with three broadcast booths.

John and Bobbie Arlotta

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The official Arlotta Stadium dedication was held on October 17, 2009. Regis McDermott (‘09), head coach Kevin Corrigan, assistant coach Brian Fisher, John Arlotta, assistant coach Gerry Byrne, Alex Wharton (’08) and Joey Kemp (’08) at the groundbreaking ceremonies for Arlotta Stadium on April 18, 2008.


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Notre Dame’s Year-By-Year Home Record Year 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 Total

W L 2 4 5 1 5 1 4 0 5 1 3 1 2 1 3 2 3 1 6 1 2 4 7 1 6 1 5 0 5 0 2 3 6 0 3 2 6 1 4 2 6 0 2 4 5 1 4 2 2 1 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 1 4 2 6 0 6 1 5 2 148 41 (.783)

Loftus Sports Center The Loftus Sports Center, combined with Arlotta Stadium, gives the University of Notre Dame some of the top lacrosse facilities in the country. Constructed in 1988, the Loftus Sports Center is one of just six indoor facilities in the country that plays host to Division I men’s lacrosse games. The Loftus Sports Center provides Notre Dame with one of the top multi-purpose indoor facilities in the nation. The Meyo Field is permanently marked for lacrosse competition and is used as a backup site for games and practice in the event of inclement weather. The building is named after John R. Loftus of St. Charles, Ill., a 1949 graduate of the University. Loftus is chief executive of JRL, a real estate, investment and construction firm. Loftus is also a member of the Notre Dame Monogram Club, having played on the varsity basketball team in 1944, 1948 and 1949. The field and surrounding track are named for Ray and Marie Meyo of Brecksville, Ohio. Meyo, who graduated from Notre Dame in 1964, is president and chief executive officer of Telxon Corp. in Akron, Ohio. In addition to the Meyo Track and Field in the Loftus Center, the Irish lacrosse squad also benefits from the Haggar Fitness Center located in the facility. Equipped with more than 40,000 pounds of free weights, it is considered by national strength coaches to be one of the largest, and finest, college training facilities in the nation. Loftus Sports Center saw its first intercollegiate lacrosse action on April 27, 1988, when Notre Dame posted a 10-7 victory over Michigan State.

The Isban Auditorium within the Guglielmino Athletics Complex provides an ideal setting for team meetings. The auditorium can seat up to 150 people in large chairback seats. The Haggar Fitness Center, which is shared by both the Loftus Center and the Guglielmino Athletics Complex, features 25,000 square feet of strength and conditioning space with state-of-the art weight equipment, a 50-yard Mondo track for speed training, a 45-yard by 18-yard Prestige Turf athletic surface for team workouts and an updated sound and lighting system that features six plasma television screens.

The Loftus Sports Center, one of the six indoor facilities in the country that plays host to Division I men’s lacrosse games, is the site of Irish lacrosse games when inclement weather precludes them from being contested outdoors.

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IRISH REFLECTIONS DAVEY LEACH ’09 Midfielder • Captain of the 2009 team “When I first walked onto Notre Dame’s campus as a slightly overweight 19 year old I had no idea what to expect from my next four years. From the moment I entered the locker room at the back of the Joyce Center, Notre Dame began to shape me into the person I am today. The tools and contacts I developed during my four years on the lacrosse team will stay with me the rest of my life. Not a day goes by when I do not think back to times I spent with my 40 best friends on and off the field. I loved every minute I was at Notre Dame, and I still love every teammate I had at Notre Dame.”

PETER CHRISTMAN ’09 Midfielder • Captain of the 2009 team “The individuals within an undergraduate institution who catalyze the learning process— who teach students how to think critically and act independently—are what differentiates great universities from the rest. Whether it’s the teachers, advisors, coaches, administrators, or students themselves, Notre Dame is distinguished by the people within it. This defining characteristic is often described as the Notre Dame family. It’s a term that is used quite loosely but, nonetheless, represents both the solidarity of the University’s community and, more importantly, the ability of those within the community to influence the decisions and actions of others for the better long after they have departed South Bend. To this day, it is the people of Notre Dame who bring out the best in me—who challenge me to push further and faster. And for that I am, and will forever be, indebted.”

DAVE CASHEN ’97 Defenseman • Academic All-American “Nowhere in the country could I have found such a good education and a school surrounded by students who love their school, what it stands for and most of all their classmates. I was able to combine this with four years of competitive lacrosse on a team nationally-ranked, well-coached and most of all, created by 35 teammates devoted to each other on and off the field. It is a great feeling to have 35 friends always to support, encourage and entertain you.”

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MIKE IORIO ’95 Defenseman • Three-time All-American “Notre Dame lacrosse provided me with four years of fun and excitement, and it continues to be a part of my life. As a freshman in 1992, I was a part of the team that had the program’s first top-10 win. By my senior year, we had accomplished what no other NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse team had ever done - the No. 12 seed knocked off the No. 5 seed in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. In the four years that came between these two historic Notre Dame lacrosse events, I received a great education, developed the teamwork and time management skills that I utilize every day in the banking world and built friendships that will last me a lifetime.”

JIMMY KEENAN ’98 Midfielder • Three-time honorable mention All-American “The decision to attend Notre Dame and play lacrosse there has turned out to be the most gratifying decision of my life thus far. This unique University fulfilled all I could have wished for as a high school senior. As a school, it offers everything from academics to athletics to nightlife and a campus atmosphere that can only be summed up with the cliche ‘Notre Dame Family.’ The experience, memories and friends that I have accumulated over my four years there have really defined who I am today. Playing lacrosse at Notre Dame, with its tradition and history, was certainly the proudest and most memorable experience for me. The team and the University will always remain a part of my life for it is truly a family.”

KEVIN O’CONNOR ’89 Midfielder/Defenseman • Captain of the 1989 team “As a candidate for United States Congress, I was amazed at the amount of attention given by the media and voters to my having served as captain of the lacrosse team at the University of Notre Dame. Indeed, of all the activities in which I have been involved, my experience as a lacrosse player at Notre Dame was the most valuable in the campaign. The traits that make Notre Dame athletics special in the eyes of the public – sportsmanship, integrity and success – are of equal value in the political arena.”


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Season Preview

Attackman Matt Kavanagh led the Irish in goals (32) and assists (16) during his rookie campaign in 2013. The 32 goals established a freshman record at Notre Dame.


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Notre Dame Looks To Maintain Successful Stretch In Another New League Fighting Irish take program’s unprecedented run to the ACC.

In the last six years the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team has gone from the West (Great Western Lacrosse League) to the East (BIG EAST) to the Atlantic Coast (ACC), but one thing that hasn’t changed during that time is the continual success of the program. Notre Dame is one of just two schools (Maryland) that have qualified for each of the last eight NCAA Championships and the Irish have made it to at least the quarterfinals of the last four tournaments, including two Championship Weekend appearances. The move to the mighty ACC will pose challenges for the Fighting Irish, but the program isn’t exactly entering unchartered territory. Notre Dame has defeated every other ACC member at least once in the last four seasons and the Irish have an 8-8 record against its ACC counterparts since the beginning of the 2010 campaign.

ACC Preseason Coaches’ Poll 1. 2t. 2t. 4. 5. 6.

Syracuse (28) Duke (27) North Carolina (27) Virginia (16) NOTRE DAME (15) Maryland (13)

TEAM INFORMATION Starters Returning/Lost: 6/4 Monogram Winners Returning/Lost: 18/10 Newcomers: 14 2014 Captains Jim Marlatt (Sr./M) Stephen O’Hara (Sr./D) Preseason All-Americans (Inside Lacrosse) Stephen O’Hara (Sr./D) - First Team Jim Marlatt (Sr./M) - Second Team Matt Kavanagh (So./A) - Third Team Matt Landis (So./LSM/D) - Honorable Mention Preseason All-ACC Team Jim Marlatt (Sr./M) 2013 Record 11-5 (4-2, 3rd in BIG EAST) NCAA Quarterfinalist (L, 11-12 to Duke)

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All six ACC squads are ranked in the top 10 of the Inside Lacrosse preseason poll, but it’s not just the conference slate that will provide stiff competition for the fourth-ranked Irish. Three of Notre Dame’s non-conference foes – Denver, Ohio State, Penn State – also appear in the top 10. “The challenge this year is going to be handling playing a schedule that’s almost inarguably the toughest in the country,” Notre Dame head coach Kevin Corrigan says. “We’re going to have to prepare ourselves well, recover well and focus on the next time out. That’s going to be a challenge as we go through a year with a schedule as difficult as ours. But it’s exciting too. We know that there are just no breaks and every week is going to be top-notch competition.” The Fighting Irish won’t be attacking this daunting ledger empty handed. Notre Dame returns several key components from the squad that finished the 2013 regular season with the nation’s top RPI and garnered a program-best No. 2 seed for the NCAA Championship before finishing with an 11-5 record. Four of the top five goal scorers from last season are back, including attackman Matt Kavanagh, who established a Notre Dame freshman record with a team-high 32 goals en route to earning All-America honors. Kavanagh also led the Irish in assists with 16. Senior Jim Marlatt, a twotime All-American, was the top midfield scorer for the Irish as he tallied 20 goals and 12 assists. Marlatt and senior defenseman Stephen O’Hara will captain the Irish this season. “We have an interesting team this year. We have a mix of significant returning guys, but we lost 11 seniors and nine of them played a lot for us,” Corrigan says. “We’re not really young, but we’re not really old either. We’re going to have to look for our identity early in the year. With that said, I think we might have more depth of talent than we’ve ever had. That can help us in terms of getting better on an everyday basis.”

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In addition to Kavanagh, the Irish welcome back a handful of experienced attackmen that have found the back of the net several times during their Fighting Irish careers. Junior Conor Doyle joins Kavanagh as a returning starter and he is coming off a season that saw him post 20 goals and 10 assists. Senior Westy Hopkins returns to the attack after spending some of last season in the midfield. Hopkins combined to score 36 goals from the attack during his freshman and sophomore campaigns. Fellow seniors John Scioscia, who had a breakout junior year with 14 goals, and Ryan Mix also are more than capable of delivering when their numbers are called. “We have a nice blend of young and old on the attack,” Corrigan says. “Westy Hopkins is moving back to the attack and he’s had a great preseason. Conor Doyle has been on the field a lot during his first two years and now is playing, without question, the best that we’ve seen him play. Matt Kavanagh is terrific. The fact that we’re not going to be leaning on him as much is going to make him even more dangerous. “We have great depth there. John Scioscia is playing lights out and Ryan Mix is playing really well. I don’t want to single anyone out because there’s a plethora of guys (in the attack) that can help us in whatever role during the course of the season. We’re excited what we have there.” There might be a few more questions for the Irish in the midfield, but there potentially are a lot of answers. Marlatt and junior Will Corrigan are the two returnees from last season’s first line and the Irish welcome back fifth-year senior Pat Cotter after he was sidelined for all of 2013 with an injury. “The thing for us in the midfield is going to be finding groups that can play together and be effective,” Corrigan says. “I like the fact we have more two-way middies there than we’ve had in the last few years. I like that because it fits our style better. It’ll make us a better clearing team, riding team and a better transition team in both


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directions. That’s a pretty significant part of our game and if we can be better at all of those things I think our midfielders will be a huge part of that.” Exactly who will be the breakout offensive performers for the Irish in the midfield will be determined as the season goes along, but a more predictable situation might be Notre Dame’s shortstick midfield group. “I think our short-stick defensive middies are going to be a real strength for us,” Corrigan says. “I think Jack Near could be the best short-stick defensive middie in the country. He’s one of those guys who can do a little bit of everything. Ty Brenneman has been terrific there as well. He has shown great leadership and has really, really worked hard this year. It’s been impressive to me how he’s seized that position and is making a lot of plays at both ends of the field.” Defense has been the calling card for the Fighting Irish over the last several seasons and the team returns two starting close defensemen in seniors Brian Buglione and O’Hara. Sophomore Matt Landis figures to be the third starter down low after spending last season at the long-pole position. “I think Steve O’Hara has kind of quietly become one of the best defensemen in the country,” Corrigan says. “There’s just not a weakness in his game. He brings a physical presence, but it’s not like he’s some big hitter. It’s just that he’s a very physical kid. He’s very, very smart and knows our defense and communicates well and he takes a leadership role down there. There are very few guys who can do all the things as well as Steve can.” Handling the long-stick duties this year will be junior Henry Williams and senior Ryan Smith. Senior Chris Prevoznik gives the Irish valuable depth at both close defense and as a long-stick midfielder. A good way to not let opponents score is by not allowing them to have the ball and that begins at the faceoff X. Notre Dame returns all three of its faceoff specialists – Liam O’Connor, Nick Ossello, Trevor Brosco - from last season. Freshman P.J. Finley also could help in that role.

O’Connor, a senior, has been a valuable faceoff guy for the Irish over the last three seasons. He missed some time last year with an injury, but will bring a .523 career winning percentage into his final campaign. O’Connor has compiled eight career points on six goals and two assists. Ossello played on the team’s second midfield line last season and tallied five goals and four assists. The junior has a career winning percentage of .509. Brosco, a sophomore, went 23-of-47 as a rookie. “Liam O’Connor missed the whole fall and he was banged up last year and he kind of gutted it out to get through the year, but wasn’t as healthy as we would have liked him to be,” Corrigan says. “What he does at the faceoff X is part of it, but he’s also a very good offensive player and he’s a very smart defensive player who understands our game at that end of the field. He’s a guy who’s poised to have a really good year.” Possibly the biggest question facing the Fighting Irish in 2014 is how they will replace three-time All-American John Kemp in goal. Junior Conor Kelly, who has played a total of 12:35 during his career, will get the nod. “We’re not replacing John Kemp, we have a new team and a new goalie,” Corrigan says. “You’re not going to replace John

Kemp, but I have great confidence in Conor Kelly, who has been in the program for three years. I also have great confidence in freshman Shane Doss, who has played very, very well. We don’t have any huge concerns in goal at all. It’s quite the opposite. We’re very confident that we’re going to get good goaltending.” That confidence is a reason why Notre Dame has been able to produce an unprecedented run for the program over the past eight seasons. Players come and go and now conferences do as well, but through it all the Fighting Irish have been able to maintain a high standard of success. “I guess we’re just a reflection of changes all over the country with the conferences shifting the way they are. We’ve been right in the midst of that as much as anybody in lacrosse,” Corrigan says. “We’ve made big changes, but I feel each change that we’ve made has been one for the positive. Going from the GWLL to the BIG EAST was a big step for us and a good step for the sport. I think us and Syracuse joining the ACC is a good step for us and a great step for the sport. It’s been very positive, but it has been part of the shifting landscape underneath us as we try to battle our way to the top.”

Warrior Media Poll Preseason Top 20

USILA Preseason Coaches’ Top 20

1. Duke 2. Syracuse North Carolina 3. Denver 4. 5. NOTRE DAME 6. Maryland 7. Penn State 8. Virginia 9. Ohio State 10. Princeton 11. Albany 12. Yale 13. Johns Hopkins 14. Bucknell 15. Penn 16. Loyola 17. St. John’s 18. Cornell 19. Lehigh 20. Villanova

1. Syracuse 2. North Carolina 3. Duke 4. Denver 5. NOTRE DAME 6. Maryland 7. Virginia 8. Princeton 9. Penn State 10. Albany 11. Johns Hopkins 12. Loyola 13. Yale 14. Ohio State 15. Bucknell 16. Cornell 17. Lehigh 18. Penn St. John’s 19. 20. Villanova

Bold indicates 2014 Irish opponents

Bold indicates 2014 Irish opponents

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NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 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 38 39 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Name Pos. Kyle Ripp G John Scioscia* A Will Gilmartin M Stephen O’Hara** (C) D Jim Marlatt** (C) M Chris Prevoznik* D Michael Shepardson D Alex Eaton* A Conor Kelly G Jack Sheridan D Pat Cotter** M Westy Hopkins*** A Tyler Brenneman** M Ryan Smith LSM/D Cole Riccardi M Sergio Perkovic M Will Corrigan** M Eddy Lubowicki A Kyle Trolley M Nick Ossello** M/FO Logan Connolly A Jack Near** M Connor McCollough M Kyle Runyon A Brian Buglione* D Anthony Marini A Ben Pridemore M Conor Doyle** A Pat Healy D Edwin Glazener D Liam O’Connor*** M/FO Henry Williams LSM/D Ryan Mix** A Trevor Brosco M Thomas Stephan D Adam Goins M Zack Bartolo A Nick Koshansky M Robert Collins M Shane Doss G Matthew Collins* M/D Matt Landis* D Bobby Gray A/M P.J. Finley M/FO Chris Carter D Jack Doyle M Garrett Epple D Liam Kennedy A Matt Kavanagh* A

Fighting Irish Yr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. GS Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Fr. GS Fr. Fr. So.

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

Wt. 225 155 173 195 180 185 215 190 178 190 205 180 200 185 210 220 178 180 175 185 153 175 190 164 210 160 176 161 200 215 190 179 190 185 175 190 230 210 190 165 195 195 190 185 205 185 205 185 170

Hometown/High School/Last School Short Hills, NJ/Millburn Summit, NJ/Summit Nesconset, NY/St. Anthony’s/Lawrenceville West Chester, PA/St. Joe’s Prep Clarksville, MD/River Hill Mountain Lakes, NJ/Mountain Lakes Winter Park, FL/Saint Andrews Bridgewater, NJ/Bridgewater Raritan St. Davids, PA/Haverford West Chester, PA/Malvern Prep Olney, MD/Georgetown Prep Newtown, PA/LaSalle College HS/Lawrenceville East Hampton, NY/East Hampton Summit, NJ/St. Peter’s Prep Madison, NJ/Delbarton Bloomfield Hills, MI/Brother Rice South Bend, IN/St. Joseph’s Somerset, NJ/St. Joseph’s (Metuchen) Peterborough, Ontario/Culver Academy (IN) Wheat Ridge, CO/Wheat Ridge Davidsonville, MD/St. Mary’s Bronxville, NY/Bronxville Charlottesville, VA/St. Anne’s-Belfield Coronado, CA/Coronado Vestal, NY/Vestal Medford, NJ/St. Joseph’s Prep Baltimore, MD/Boys’ Latin School Towson, MD/Gilman School Southborough, MA/St. Sebastian’s La Jolla, CA/The Bishop’s School Haverford, PA/The Haverford School Potomac, MD/Georgetown Prep Newport Beach, CA/Corona del Mar Shoreham, NY/Shoreham-Wading River Chatham, NJ/Chatham Berwyn, PA/Conestoga Norwalk, CT/Brien McMahon Kings Park, NY/St. Anthony’s Mahwah, NJ/Mahwah/Choate Rosemary Hall Glen Ridge, NJ/Glen Ridge Bethesda, MD/Georgetown Prep Pelham, NY/Pelham Memorial San Rafael, CA/St. Ignatius College Prep/Deerfield Acad. Berwyn, PA/Malvern Prep/Lawrenceville San Diego, CA/Torrey Pines Towson, MD/Gilman School/Harvard Cockeysville, MD/Calvert Hall College High School Garden City, NY/Garden City/Deerfield Academy Rockville Centre, NY/Chaminade/Hotchkiss

Head Coach: Kevin Corrigan (26th season, Virginia ’88) Assistant Coaches: Gerry Byrne (8th season, UMass-Amherst ’86), Matt Karweck (2nd season, Notre Dame ‘06) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Kevin Anderson (Loyola-Md. ’93) Operations: Jonathan Rodak Athletic Trainer: Mandy Merritt * - Monograms earned (C) – Team captain

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Alphabetical Roster 37 13 34 25 46 42 39 21 17 11 41 28 47 8 48 45 3 30 36 44 29 12 50 9 49 38 43 18 26 5 23 33 22 31 4 20 16 6 27 15 1 24 2 7 10 14 35 19 32

Zack Bartolo Tyler Brenneman Trevor Brosco Brian Buglione Chris Carter Matthew Collins Robert Collins Logan Connolly Will Corrigan Pat Cotter Shane Doss Conor Doyle Jack Doyle Alex Eaton Garrett Epple P.J. Finley Will Gilmartin Edwin Glazener Adam Goins Bobby Gray Pat Healy Westy Hopkins Matt Kavanagh Conor Kelly Liam Kennedy Nick Koshansky Matt Landis Eddy Lubowicki Anthony Marini Jim Marlatt Connor McCollough Ryan Mix Jack Near Liam O’Connor Stephen O’Hara Nick Ossello Sergio Perkovic Chris Prevoznik Ben Pridemore Cole Riccardi Kyle Ripp Kyle Runyon John Scioscia Michael Shepardson Jack Sheridan Ryan Smith Thomas Stephan Kyle Trolley Henry Williams

Pronunciation Guide Buglione Boo-glee-own Lubowicki Lou-bo-wi-key Marlatt Mar-lat Ossello Oh-sell-oh Prevoznik Prev-oz-nick Scioscia So-shuh


ROSTER BREAKDOWN

Fighting Irish

BY CLASS Fifth-Year Seniors (2) Pat Cotter (M) Jack Doyle (M)

Seniors (14)

Tyler Brenneman (M) Brian Buglione (D) Matthew Collins (M) Alex Eaton (A) Westy Hopkins (A) Jim Marlatt (M) Ryan Mix (A) Liam O’Connor (M/FO) Stephen O’Hara (D) Chris Prevoznik (D) Kyle Ripp (G) John Scioscia (A) Michael Shepardson (D) Ryan Smith (D)

Juniors (10)

Logan Connolly (A) Will Corrigan (M) Conor Doyle (A) Will Gilmartin (M) Conor Kelly (G) Connor McCollough (M) Jack Near (M) Nick Ossello (M/FO) Kyle Runyon (A) Henry Williams (LSM)

Sophomores (11) Trevor Brosco (M) Edwin Glazener (D) Adam Goins (M) Bobby Gray (M) Matt Kavanagh (A) Matt Landis (D) Eddy Lubowicki (A) Cole Riccardi (M) Jack Sheridan (D) Thomas Stephan (D) Kyle Trolley (M)

Freshmen (12) Zack Bartolo (A) Chris Carter (D) Robert Collins (M) Shane Doss (G) Garrett Epple (D) P.J. Finley (M/FO) Pat Healy (D) Liam Kennedy (A) Nick Koshansky (M) Anthony Marini (A) Sergio Perkovic (M) Ben Pridemore (M)

BY POSITION

BY STATE/COUNTRY

Attack (12) Alex Eaton (Sr.) Westy Hopkins (Sr.) Ryan Mix (Sr.) John Scioscia (Sr.) Logan Connolly (Jr.) Conor Doyle (Jr.) Kyle Runyon (Jr.) Matt Kavanagh (So.) Eddy Lubowicki (So.) Zack Bartolo (Fr.) Liam Kennedy (Fr.) Anthony Marini (Fr.)

Midfield (21)

California (5) Chris Carter Edwin Glazener Bobby Gray Ryan Mix Kyle Runyon

Colorado (1) Nick Ossello

Connecticut (1) Zack Bartolo

Pat Cotter (GS) Jack Doyle (GS) Tyler Brenneman (Sr.) Matthew Collins (Sr.) Jim Marlatt (Sr.) Liam O’Connor (Sr.) Will Corrigan (Jr.) Nick Ossello (Jr.) Connor McCollough (Jr.) Will Gilmartin (Jr.) Jack Near (Jr.) Trevor Brosco (So.) Adam Goins (So.) Bobby Gray (So.) Cole Riccardi (So.) Kyle Trolley (So.) Robert Collins (Fr.) Nick Koshansky (Fr.) Sergio Perkovic (Fr.) Ben Pridemore (Fr.) P.J. Finley (Fr.)

Florida (1)

LSM (2)

Sergio Perkovic

Ryan Smith (Sr.) Henry Williams (Jr.)

Defense (11) Brian Buglione (Sr.) Stephen O’Hara (Sr.) Chris Prevoznik (Sr.) Michael Shepardson (Sr.) Edwin Glazener (So.) Matt Landis (So.) Jack Sheridan (So.) Thomas Stephan (So.) Chris Carter (Fr.) Garrett Epple (Fr.) Pat Healy (Fr.) Matt Landis (So.)

Michael Shepardson

Indiana (1) Will Corrigan

Maryland (9)

Matthew Collins Logan Connolly Pat Cotter Conor Doyle Jack Doyle Garrett Epple Jim Marlatt Ben Pridemore Henry Williams

Ryan Smith Thomas Stephan

New York (9)

Tyler Brenneman Trevor Brosco Brian Buglione Will Gilmartin Matt Kavanagh Liam Kennedy Nick Koshansky Matt Landis Jack Near

Pennsylvania (7) P.J. Finley Adam Goins Westy Hopkins Liam O’Connor Stephen O’Hara Conor Kelly Jack Sheridan

Virginia (1) Connor McCollough Canada (1) Kyle Trolley

Massachusetts (1) Pat Healy

Michigan (1)

New Jersey (11) Robert Collins Shane Doss Alex Eaton Eddy Lubowicki Anthony Marini Chris Prevoznik Cole Riccardi Kyle Ripp John Scioscia

Goal (3) Kyle Ripp (Sr.) Conor Kelly (Jr.) Shane Doss (Fr.)

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SERIES VS. 2014 OPPONENTS Army (3-1) H: 2-0/A: 1-1/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-17-99 Notre Dame, IN W W 4-15-00 West Point, NY 4-14-01 Notre Dame, IN W L 4-13-02 West Point, NY

North Carolina (5-6) Score Rank 15-7 1410-5 13-17 17-13 68-11 20-

Denver (14-3) H: 6-1/A: 7-1/N: 1-1 Date Site W 4-20-92 Denver, CO 3-8-98 Colo. Springs, CO W 3-5-99 Notre Dame, IN W W 3-11-00 Denver, CO 4-7-01 Notre Dame, IN W W 3-30-02 Denver, CO 3-30-03 Notre Dame, IN W W 4-11-04 Denver, CO 4-7-05 Notre Dame, IN L L 4-14-06 Denver, CO 4-15-07 Notre Dame, IN W L 4-5-08 Bridgeview, IL 4-11-09 Denver, CO W (Invesco Field at Mile High) W 3-16-10 Notre Dame, IN W 3-12-11 Denver, CO 3-18-12 Notre Dame, IN W-3ot W-ot 3-16-13 Denver, CO (Invesco Field at Mile High)

Score Rank 25-4 12-7 917-9 1912-8 1516-6 715-8 9-8 1314-12 18-17 6-9 115-8 9-18 14-6 118-9 7-19 10-8 414-7 10-9 10-9 13-12

93-14 7-9 3-5

Duke (5-7) H: 1-0/A: 3-4/N: 1-3 Date Site Score Rank L 5-13 3-19-83 Durham, NC 3-21-84 Durham, NC L 5-8 3-21-85 Durham, NC L 4-18 4-9-93 Durham, NC L 7-13 12-9 5-13-95* Durham, NC W 12-10 15-5 2-20-10 Durham, NC W 11-7 9-2 5-31-10* Baltimore, MD L-ot 5-6 14-5 2-20-11 Jacksonville, FL W 12-7 6-5 5-22-11* Foxborough, MA L 5-7 4-5 2-18-12 Notre Dame, IN W 7-3 9-2 2-16-13 Durham, NC W 13-5 3-4 5-19-13* Indianapolis, IN L 11-12 2-7

Jacksonville (0-0) First Meeting

Marquette (1-0) H: 0-0/A: 0-0/N: 1-0 Date Site W 4-2-13 Wilmette, IL

Score Rank 17-5 4-

H: 3-2/A: 1-4/N: 1-0 Date Site L 3-5-95 Chapel Hill, NC 4-13-96 Notre Dame, IN L W 3-8-03 Chapel Hill, NC 3-14-04 Notre Dame, IN L W 3-12-05 Carson, CA (Home Depot Center) W 3-11-06 Notre Dame, IN 3-10-07 Chapel Hill, NC L 3-8-08 Chapel Hill, NC L 3-8-09 Notre Dame, IN W 5-6-11 Chapel Hill, NC L-ot 3-2-13 Notre Dame, IN W-3ot

Penn State (15-5)

Score Rank 8-11 17-7 10-11 7-5 10-8 11-12 11-14 5-9 9-7 14-10 9-7 128-11 14-15 6-8 5-4 9-7 7-3 8-9 3-12 10-9 2-9

Ohio State (29-9) H: 15-3/A: 11-6/N: 3-0 Date Site L 4-16-81 Notre Dame, IN 4-30-81 Columbus, OH L 3-21-82 Baltimore, MD W 4-15-82 Columbus, OH L 4-28-82 Notre Dame, IN W 4-6-83 Columbus, OH L-ot 4-28-84 Notre Dame, IN W 5-1-85 Columbus, OH W 4-30-86 Notre Dame, IN W 5-2-87 Columbus, OH W 4-30-88 Notre Dame, IN L 4-29-89 Columbus, OH L 4-28-90 Notre Dame, IN W 4-27-91 Columbus, OH W 4-25-92 Notre Dame, IN W 4-24-93 Columbus, OH W 4-23-94 Notre Dame, IN W W 5-6-95 Columbus, OH 5-4-96 Notre Dame, IN W W 5-3-97 Columbus, OH 4-2-98 Notre Dame, IN W 4-14-99 Columbus, OH L 4-1-00 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1-01 Columbus, OH W 5-4-02 Notre Dame, IN W 4-6-03 Columbus, OH L 3-31-04 Notre Dame, IN L 4-29-05 Columbus, OH W 4-29-06 Notre Dame, IN W 4-28-07 Columbus, OH W 4-27-08 Notre Dame, IN W 5-4-08^ Birmingham, MI W 4-25-09 Columbus, OH W (Ohio Stadium) W 5-3-09^ Birmingham, MI 3-20-10 Notre Dame, IN W-ot 3-23-11 Notre Dame, IN W 3-21-12 Columbus, OH W 3-20-13 Notre Dame, IN W

Maryland (1-4) H: 0-2/A: 0-2/N: 1-0 Date Site Score Rank 5-20-95* College Park, MD L 11-14 15-4 5-3-03 Notre Dame, IN L 4-10 9-11 5-3-04 College Park, MD L-2ot 8-9 12-3 5-10-09* Notre Dame, IN L 3-7 2-13 5-22-10* Princeton, NJ W 7-5 14-3

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Score Rank 6-9 9-10 14-10 10-14 21-13 10-11 17-4 10-4 13-9 16-11 4-6 5-7 14-11 11-7 12-6 11-7 1619-10 1519-7 1313-4 1120-9 912-2 194-5 1413-4 1513-4 t77-3 -19 5-11 15-19 8-9 13-17 16-5 -10-8 1512-6 10-20 17-12 7-9 9-2 6-10 14-8 316-7 27-6 98-7 3-20 8-7 69-4 3-8

H: 7-2/A: 8-3/N: 0-0 Date Site 3-18-89 University Park, PA L 2-27-94 Notre Dame, IN W 2-26-95 University Park, PA L 2-28-97 University Park, PA W 3-1-98 Notre Dame, IN W 2-28-99 University Park, PA L 2-27-00 Notre Dame, IN W 2-25-01 University Park, PA W 2-24-02 Notre Dame, IN L-ot 2-23-03 University Park, PA W 2-29-04 Notre Dame, IN W 2-27-05 University Park, PA W 2-26-06 Notre Dame, IN W 2-25-07 University Park, PA W 2-24-08 Notre Dame, IN W 2-22-09 University Park, PA W 2-28-10 Notre Dame, IN W 2-27-11 University Park, PA W 2-26-12 Notre Dame, IN L-ot 2-24-13 University Park, PA W-ot

Score Rank 1-9 12-9 17-17 14-15 17-16 9-5 14-16 14-9 13-14 8-13 19-22 10-4 14-13 10-8 11-18 9-10 11-16 10-9 17-16 17-7 11-17 14-6 10-21 8-4 12-14 11-8 1115-9 513-8 812-8 36-2 33-4 2-20 10-9 3-8

Robert Morris (0-0) First Meeting

Syracuse (1-7) H: 1-1/A: 0-2/N: 0-4 Date Site L 5-26-01* Piscataway, NJ L 3-11-04 Syracuse, NY 5-18-08* Ithaca, NY L L 5-1-10 Notre Dame, IN 4-30-11 Syracuse, NY L W 4-28-12 Notre Dame, IN 4-27-13 East Rutherford, NJ L L 5-2-13@ Villanova, PA

Score Rank 5-12 4-2 13-19 5-3 9-11 5-3 6-12 12-2 8-11 1-4 8-6 3-17 4-10 1-7 3-9 5-3

Virginia (2-5) H: 0-0/A: 1-4/N: 1-1 Date Site 5-15-93* Charlottesville, VA L 5-14-94* Charlottesville, VA L 3-14-01 Charlottesville, VA W 3-12-02 Charlottesville, VA L 3-11-03 Alexandria, VA L 5-13-06* Charlottesville, VA L 5-20-12* Chester, PA W

Score Rank 9-19 15-5 4-23 14-5 11-8 6-7 5-7 19-4 8-14 9-1 10-14 15-1 12-10 4-5

Note: Rank column has Notre Dame’s national ranking at time of game followed by opponent’s national ranking at time of game. * - NCAA Tournament ^ - GWLL Tournament @ - BIG EAST Tournament


NOTRE DAME Fighting Irish

Student-Athletes

Senior Liam O’Connor has posted a .523 faceoff winning percentage in addition to scoring six goals and dishing out two assists during his Fighting Irish career.


STUDENT-ATHLETES

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TYLER BRENNEMAN

Senior • Midfielder 6-2 • 200 East Hampton, New York East Hampton High School

HONORS & AWARDS • NCAA Elite 89 Award (2012) • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2011, 2012, 2013)

Has played in 27 games … four points on two goals and two assists … earned the 2012 NCAA Elite 89 Award … boasts the top GPA on the team (3.803) … a smart player who can fit in to a lot of different roles on the team … makes other players around him better … a lefty … a member of Notre Dame’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) along with being in the Rosenthal Leadership Academy.

Fighting Irish AS A JUNIOR (2013): Appeared in seven games and scored one goal … the goal came in the 17-5 win over Marquette … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Played in 12 games and tallied one goal and two assists … became the program’s first recipient of the NCAA’s Elite 89 Award, which goes to the player with the top GPA on a team that reached the national semifinals … was on Notre Dame’s third midfield line … did not play in the first four games of the season … made his season debut in a 10-9 tripleovertime victory over Denver … attempted a careerhigh four shots against the Pioneers … scored his first career goal in an 8-7 win at Ohio State … the goal against the Buckeyes put the Irish up 7-4 early in the fourth quarter … assisted on Notre Dame’s final goal in an 8-6 victory over Syracuse that clinched the BIG EAST regular-season title for the Irish … that was his first career assist … also assisted on a goal in an 8-7 setback to St. John’s in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship … earned his second monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Played in eight contests during his rookie campaign and earned a monogram … made his collegiate debut in an 11-7 win over Drexel. PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned a total of eight varsity letters in lacrosse, basketball and volleyball at East Hampton High School … received four varsity letters in lacrosse … concluded his high school career with

BRENNEMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2011 8/0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 2012 12/0 1 2 3 0 14 .071 7 2013 7/0 1 0 1 0 6 .167 5 Totals 27/0 2 2 4 0 21 .095 12

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BRIAN BUGLIONE

Senior • Defenseman 6-4 • 210 Vestal, New York Vestal High School

Will be a starter for the second straight season in the close defense … has appeared in 18 career games, including 16 starts … 25 ground balls … a big and physical presence in the Irish defensive unit. AS A JUNIOR (2013): Started all 16 games in Notre Dame’s close defense and helped the team rank 10th nationally in goals-against average (8.31) … that figure ranked first among all BIG EAST teams … the Fighting Irish also ranked 10th nationally – and first in the BIG EAST – in man-down defense (.737) … picked up 25

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ground balls … the Irish defense held No. 4 Duke to just five goals in a 13-5 season-opening victory … the Notre Dame defense limited No. 8 Ohio State to just four goals in a 9-4 Fighting Irish win … scooped up a career-high three ground balls on four occasions (Denver, Villanova, Syracuse, Detroit) … earned his first monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Appeared in two games … made his collegiate debut in a 9-1 win over Providence … also saw time in a 9-7 victory at Georgetown. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Did not see game action during his rookie campaign. PREP AND PERSONAL: A three-year starter in lacrosse and football (tight end and linebacker) at Vestal High School … captained both teams during his senior season … a U.S. Lacrosse high school All-American …

BRENNEMAN’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 1, twice (Ohio State ‘12 & Marquette ‘13) Assists: 1, twice (Syracuse ‘12 & St. John’s* ‘12) Points: 1, four times (MR: Marquette ‘13) GB: -* - BIG EAST Tournament

176 points on 71 goals and 105 assists … tallied 72 points as a senior … selected all Suffolk County as a junior and senior and earned Academic All-America status as a senior … team captain as junior and senior … selected to the 20-man roster to represent Suffolk County in the Lacrosse Rising Senior Showcase … named by Newsday as one of top 75 lacrosse players on Long Island in 2010 … earned two varsity letters as a two year starter at guard in basketball … copped all-division recognition as a senior in basketball as he led the team in points, assists, blocked shots and steals … basketball team advanced to New York state quarterfinals during his junior season … basketball team captain as senior … earned two varsity letters as a two-year starter in volleyball … captained the volleyball team during his senior campaign … an all-county volleyball player as a junior and senior … set East Hampton record with 42 kills in a match against Sachem East during his senior season … received the Paul Yuska Award as the top male athlete at East Hampton High School … older brother, Zach, played for the Irish from 2008-11 and was an AllAmerican … son of Timothy and Deborah Brenneman … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as an economics and political science major … has a 3.803 cumulative GPA.

an all-state, all-division I and all-section honoree in lacrosse … named team MVP as a senior … Southern Tier Athletic Conference (STAC) all-star … picked up 120 ground balls, scored one goal and dished out 15 assists as a senior … member of the Under Armour All-American Underclassman team in 2009 … Empire State Games Central team in 2008 … four-time New York State Scholar-Athlete and four-time New York State Academic Honor Roll member … three-year member of the National Honor Society and National Society for High School Scholars … son of Ray and Kathy Buglione … father played baseball at Georgetown … older brother, Dana, played football at College of the Holy Cross in Worchester, Mass. … younger brother, Cameron, is a junior defenseman on the Bucknell lacrosse team … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major.

BUGLIONE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2011 Did Not Play 2012 2/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 2013 16/16 0 0 0 25 0 .000 0 Totals 18/16 0 0 0 25 0 .000 0

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STUDENT-ATHLETES

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PAT COTTER

Graduate Student • Midfielder 6-3 • 205 Olney, Maryland Georgetown Prep

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2012, 2013)

Returns to the Fighting Irish for a fifth season after missing the entire 2013 campaign with an injury … has played in 37 career games, including three starts … 16 points on 11 goals and five assists … seven ground balls … two monograms … possesses good all-around skills … a smart and fundamentally sound player … a good two-way midfielder … very poised with the ball. AS A SENIOR (2013): Missed the entire season due to injury … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A JUNIOR (2012): Played in all 16 games and tallied a career-high six goals … also had two assists and two ground balls … was on the third midfield line for the Irish … began a career-best three-game goal streak with a tally in an 8-7 win at Ohio State … the score gave the Irish a 6-4 lead over the Buckeyes late in the third quarter … put Notre Dame up 2-0 in the early stages of a 12-9 win over Rutgers … deposited Notre Dame’s final goal in a 13-6 victory over St. John’s at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic … registered another three-game goal streak, which began with a tally in a 10-7 win at Villanova … that goal put the Irish up 7-4 in the fourth quarter … gave Notre Dame a 4-0 advantage in the second quarter of an 8-6 triumph of Syracuse that clinched the BIG EAST regular-season title for the Irish … registered the team’s first goal in an 8-7 setback to St. John’s in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship … had a career-high two assists in a 13-7 win over Yale in the first round of the NCAA Championship … earned his second monogram.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in all 14 games, including three starts, and registered five goals and three assists … picked up five ground balls … scored his first collegiate goal, in addition to first career assist, in a 12-7 season-opening win over Duke … earned his first career start against Drexel, an 11-7 Irish victory … also started against Denver and North Carolina … scored goals in back-to-back wins over Denver (10-9) and Ohio State (8-7) … had an assist in BIG EAST road wins over Rutgers (8-3) and Providence (14-3) … picked up two ground balls in a 9-8 overtime setback at North Carolina … deposited a career-high two goals in a 13-6 triumph of Penn in the first round of the NCAA Championship … earned his first monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Played in seven games during his rookie season … took three shots … saw action against Loyola (W, 11-9), Denver (W, 14-7), Ohio State (W, 7-6 in overtime), Rutgers (L, 10-8), Villanova (L, 9-8), Providence (W, 11-3) and St. John’s (W, 13-6). PREP AND PERSONAL: Under Armour AllAmerican … an Under Armour Senior All-American Classic participant … a USL high school All-American … a two-sport athlete at Georgetown Prep, earning a combined seven varsity letters in football (3) and lacrosse (4) … Georgetown Prep went 20-3 during his senior season in lacrosse en route to winning their league and finishing 13th nationally … team went 83-7 during his four-year career … helped Georgetown Prep go undefeated and finish nationally ranked, all on the way to capturing a conference, regional and state championships his freshman year … team achieved national ranking during his sophomore and junior campaigns as well … was chosen as team captain for both football and lacrosse teams as a senior … participated as a member of the Under Armour Underclassmen team in 2007 and 2008 … first team all-state in 2008 and 2009 … two-time member of the Maryland Free State lacrosse team … notched 30 goals, 20 assists and 75 ground balls as a senior … 2009 conference (IAC) champions in lacrosse … was No. 4 prospect according to the Inside Lacrosse rising senior list … three-year starter in football at running back and linebacker … has two siblings … son of George and Jean Cotter … father played rugby at Holy Cross and grandfather, Tom, played baseball at Iona … graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in May 2013 with a management consulting degree … currently taking graduate courses.

COTTER’S CAREER HIGHS

COTTER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2010 7/0 0 0 0 0 3 .000 1 2011 14/3 5 3 8 5 25 .200 10 2012 16/0 6 2 8 2 10 .600 8 2013 Did Not Play (injured) Totals 37/3 11 5 16 7 38 .289 19

COTTER GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) G/A Pts. Shots GB 2010 Played in seven games (0 g, 0 a, 0 gb) 2011 vs. Duke 1/1 2 2 0 at Penn State 0/0 0 3 0 0/0 0 1 0 Drexel* at Denver* 1/0 1 3 1 Ohio State 1/0 1 2 0 at Rutgers 0/1 1 0 1 Villanova 0/0 0 1 0 Georgetown 0/0 0 2 0 St. John’s 0/0 0 4 0 at Providence 0/1 1 4 0 at Syracuse 0/0 0 0 0 at North Carolina* 0/0 0 1 2 Penn^ 2/0 2 2 1 vs. Duke^ 0/0 0 0 0 2012 Duke 0/0 0 0 0 Penn State 0/0 0 0 0 at Drexel 0/0 0 0 0 at Hofstra 0/0 0 0 0 Denver 0/0 0 0 1 at Ohio State 1/0 1 1 0 Rutgers 1/0 1 2 0 vs. St. John’s 1/0 1 2 0 Providence 0/0 0 0 0 at Georgetown 0/0 0 0 0 at Villanova 1/0 1 1 1 Syracuse 1/0 1 1 0 vs. St. John’s% 1/0 1 1 0 Yale^ 0/2 2 1 0 vs. Virginia^ 0/0 0 0 0 vs. Loyola^ 0/0 0 1 0 ^ - NCAA Tournament % - BIG EAST Tournament

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Goals: 2 (Penn^ ‘11) Assists: 2 (Yale^ ‘12) Points: 2, three times (MR: Yale^ ‘12) GB: 2 (North Carolina ‘11) ^ - NCAA Tournament; * - BIG EAST Tournament

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#42

MATTHEW COLLINS

Senior • Midfielder 6-2 • 195 Bethesda, Maryland Georgetown Prep

Fighting Irish Gives the Irish valuable depth at the short-stick defensive midfielder position … has played in 13 career games … a smart and athletic player. AS A JUNIOR (2013): Played in 12 games … picked up two ground balls … scooped up a ground ball against Ohio State and St. John’s … earned his first monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Appeared in one game … made his Fighting Irish debut in a 9-1 triumph of Providence. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Did not see game action during his rookie campaign.

PREP AND PERSONAL: A two-sport athlete at Georgetown Prep … earned four letters in lacrosse and three in football … helped Georgetown Prep to three conference (IAC) titles in lacrosse … team achieved national rating all four years of his playing career … member of the Maryland Free State team … ranked as the 28th best incoming midfielder, and 91st overall prospect, by Inside Lacrosse … played safety and wide receiver in football … named all-league (MIAA), allcounty and honorable mention all-state in football … recorded seven interceptions in nine games during senior year … son of Steve and Carin Collins … father played football at the University of Delaware … has three siblings … enrolled in Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business as a management consulting major.

COLLINS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2011 Did Not Play 2012 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 2013 12/0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 0 Totals 13/0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 0

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JACK DOYLE

Graduate Student • Midfielder 6-2 • 185 Towson, Maryland Gilman School/Harvard

Joins the Fighting Irish after graduating from Harvard … a four-year member of the Harvard squad … a key contributor to the Crimson during the 2010 and 2011 campaigns, but missed all but one game over the past two seasons due to injury … played in 29 games and compiled 14 goals, eight assists and 21 ground balls … brother, Conor, is a junior attackman on the Notre Dame squad. AS A SENIOR AT HARVARD (2013): Limited to one game due to injury. AS A JUNIOR AT HARVARD (2012): Missed the entire season due to injury. AS A SOPHOMORE AT HARVARD (2011): Saw action in all 16 contests … compiled nine goals and six assists … scored a goal in season-opening win over Canisius … netted a goal and picked up a ground ball against Hofstra … notched two goals versus Georgetown … dished out an assist against Bellarmine … had an assist versus Holy Cross … two assists in win

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over Massachusetts … found the back of the net and scooped up a ground ball at Albany … scored a goal and assisted on another against Cornell … netted a goal in win at Princeton … found the back of the net in win over Yale … recorded a goal and an assist against Penn. AS A FRESHMAN AT HARVARD (2010): Saw action in all 12 contests … posted nine goals, six assists and six ground balls … scored a goal and had three ground balls in win against Canisius … handed out an assist and grabbed three ground balls at Georgetown … notched a goal and collected three ground balls in win at Massachusetts … two ground balls and won a faceoff against Colgate … had a goal in victory against Dartmouth … grabbed a ground ball against Duke … netted a career-high two goals at Cornell … assisted on a goal at Yale. PREP AND PERSONAL: Played varsity lacrosse, football and indoor track at the Gilman School … ranked as the No. 2 incoming recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse in 2009 … Under Armour All-American as a senior … won the 2009 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) Championship with Gilman … high school team finished the season ranked No. 1 in the country by Inside Lacrosse in 2009 and by Laxpower.

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com in 2008 & 2009 … scored 91 goals and had 42 assists in career at Gilman … was named to the Under Armour Underclassmen Baltimore Team as a sophomore and junior … first team All-Baltimore City as a sophomore, junior and senior … Baltimore City Player of the Year as a junior and senior … Baltimore Sun first team All-Metro as a junior and senior … first team All-MIAA ‘A’ Conference as a junior and senior … Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association (MSLCA) first team all-state as a junior and senior … named to Regional AllTewaaraton Team as a junior and senior … Baltimore Sun Player of the Year as a senior … Towson Times Co-Player of the Year as a senior (with North Carolina’s Greg McBride) … recipient of the C. Markland Kelly Award as a senior, which goes to the “Best High School Lacrosse Player in the State of Maryland” … son of Kevin and Grace Doyle … father ran track and cross country at William and Mary and his mother played soccer at William and Mary … brother, Kevin, Jr., played lacrosse at the Naval Academy … brother, Conor, is a current junior on the Notre Dame lacrosse team … sister, Caroline, will enter Notre Dame next fall as a member of the Notre Dame women’s lacrosse squad … majored in government at Harvard … currently taking graduate courses at Notre Dame.

DOYLE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2010^ 12/0 5 2 7 15 15 .333 10 2011^ 16/2 9 6 15 6 46 .196 30 2012^ Did Not Play (injured) 2013^ 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 Totals 29/2 14 8 22 21 61 .230 40 ^ - at Harvard

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#8

ALEX EATON

Senior • Attackman 5-10 • 190 Bridgewater, New Jersey Bridgewater Raritan High School

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2012, 2013)

Missed the 2013 season with an injury … has played in 11 career games, totaling three points on two goals and one assist … played on Notre Dame’s man-up offense during his sophomore season … one ground ball … has earned one monogram … a lefty … a strong finisher … one of 11 New Jersey natives on the Fighting Irish roster.

EATON’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 1, twice (Denver ‘12 & Providence ‘12) Assists: 1 (Loyola^ ‘12) Points: 1, three times (MR: Loyola^ ‘12) GB: 1 (St. John’s* ‘12) ^ - NCAA Tournament; * - BIG EAST Tournament

AS A JUNIOR (2013): Missed the entire season due to an injury. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Appeared in 11 games and registered two goals and one assist … played on Notre Dame’s man-up unit … attempted seven shots and picked up one ground ball … scored a man-up goal in his collegiate debut, a 10-9 triple-overtime victory over Denver … the tally against the Pioneers put the Irish up 6-3 in the second quarter … deposited the game’s final goal in a 9-1 besting of Providence … picked up his first career assist in a 7-5 setback to Loyola in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship … earned his first monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Did not see game action during his rookie campaign. PREP AND PERSONAL: Two-time All-American … earned four varsity letters in lacrosse at Bridgewater Raritan … captained the team as a senior in addition to earning team MVP honors … led the team in scoring three times … first-team all-state selection during his junior and senior seasons … first-team all-area and first-team all-county … group IV state champions in addition to being the two-time state runner up … selected to the New Jersey all-star game … selected to play in the Champion High School Showcase … twotime member on the Garden State team … Somerset

County scholar-athlete … son of Gilman and Lynne Eaton … father played lacrosse at Bowdoin College … has a sister, Jenny … enrolled in Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business as a finance major … has a 3.053 cumulative GPA. EATON GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) G/A Pts. Shots GB 2012 Duke Did Not Play Penn State Did Not Play at Drexel Did Not Play at Hofstra Did Not Play Denver 1/0 1 1 0 at Ohio State Did Not Play Rutgers 0/0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 vs. St. John’s Providence 1/0 1 3 0 0/0 0 1 0 at Georgetown at Villanova 0/0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 Syracuse vs. St. John’s% 0/0 0 0 1 0/0 0 0 0 Yale^ vs. Virginia^ 0/0 0 1 0 0/1 1 0 0 vs. Loyola^ ^ - NCAA Tournament % - BIG EAST Tournament

EATON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG P/Min UpG DnG 2011 Did Not Play 2012 11/0 2 1 3 1 7 .286 2 0-0:00 1 0 2013 Did Not Play (injured) Totals 11/0 2 1 3 1 7 .286 2 0-0:00 1 0

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STUDENT-ATHLETES

#12

WESTY HOPKINS

Senior • Attackman 6-0 • 180 Newtown, Pennsylvania LaSalle College H.S./Lawrenceville School (PG)

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2011, 2012, 2013)

Has been a major force for the Irish in his first three seasons … has played in all 46 games during his Notre Dame career … 23 starts … has registered 52 points on 42 goals and 10 assists … 41 ground balls … has earned three monograms … one of the top students on the team … a member of Notre Dame’s Rosenthal Leadership Academy. AS A JUNIOR (2013): Played in all 16 games and made one start … tallied nine points on six goals and three assists … five ground balls … picked up a seasonhigh two ground balls in the 13-5 season-opening win at Duke … notched a goal and an assist in the 10-9 overtime win at Penn State … began a four-game goal streak with a goal in a 13-8 win at Providence … also assisted on a score against the Friars … had a goal and an assist in the following game, a 10-8 victory over Georgetown … deposited a goal in a 13-9 besting of Villanova … scored a goal in a 10-4 setback to Syracuse at the Big City Classic … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned his third monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Posted a solid campaign for the Irish … started all 16 games in the Irish attack and ranked third on the team in goals (18) and points (25) … had seven assists … the point and assist totals were career-best marks, while the goal figure matched the output from his freshman season … had three multiple-goal games, including two hat tricks … had at least one point in all but one game (Rutgers) … picked up a career-best 25 grounds balls … tallied a goal and an assist in the 7-3 season-opening victory over Duke … assisted on a score in a 4-3 overtime setback to Penn State … scored a goal in three straight Irish victories over Drexel (6-5), Hofstra (6-5 in OT) and Denver (10-9 in 3OT) … also had a career-high two assists ver-

Fighting Irish sus the Pioneers … picked up a career-high five ground balls in the win at Hofstra … notched an assist in an 8-7 win at Ohio State … started a career-best nine-game goal streak with a tally in a 13-6 win over St. John’s at the Big City Classic … posted a career-high four points on three goals and one assist in a 9-1 besting of Providence … scored one goal in consecutive wins over Georgetown (9-7), Villanova (10-7) and Syracuse (8-6) … also had an assist versus the Orange … matched a career-high total with three goals in an 8-7 setback to St. John’s in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship … scored first-quarter goals in NCAA Championship victories over Yale (13-7) in the first round and Virginia (12-10) in the quarterfinals … tallied a team-best two goals in a 7-5 defeat to Loyola in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship … earned his second monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Had a good rookie season with the Fighting Irish … played in all 14 games, including six starts … his 18 goals were tied for the team lead … had six multiple-goal games … scored at least one goal in the first five games of the season … picked up 11 ground balls … netted two goals in his collegiate debut, a 12-7 season-opening win over Duke … had one goal in a 6-2 victory at Penn State … two tallies in an 11-7 besting of Drexel … one goal in backto-back wins over Denver (10-9) and Ohio State (8-7) … notched first career hat trick in a 12-8 win over Villanova … first career start came against St. John’s, a 10-7 Irish victory … scored a goal in an 11-8 setback at Syracuse … deposited two goals in a 9-8 overtime setback at North Carolina … found the back of the net twice in a 13-6 win over Penn in the first round of the NCAA Championship … led the Irish with three goals in a 7-5 loss to Duke in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Did a post-graduate year at The Lawrenceville School … ranked as the fourth-best post-graduate player in the country by Inside Lacrosse … tallied 35 goals and 22 assists for a team-best 57 points in 20 games at Lawrenceville … received the 2010 Marshall H. Chambers Lacrosse Trophy (team MVP) at Lawrenceville … team was the 2010 New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association champions … also lettered in basketball at Lawrenceville … 2010 Trenton Times All-Prep Player of the Year … team captain at Lawrenceville … earned five varsity letters in lacrosse at La Salle College High School … combined for 87 goals, 56 assists in 58 games during his junior and senior seasons at La Salle … 2008-09 first-team AllCatholic League … 2009 Academic All-American … La Salle won the state title in 2008 and 2009 … the 2008 squad was ranked No. 1 nationally according to Lacrosse Magazine … 2009 team was ranked eighth in the

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Sh Pct. SOG .429 34 .261 45 .353 7 .328 86

G/A Pts. Shots GB 2/0 2 1/0 1 2/0 2 1/0 1 1/0 1 0/0 0 3/0 3 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 1/0 1 2/0 2 2/0 2 3/0 3

4 0 1 2 5 1 2 1 3 0 1 0 6 2 1 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 3 1 4 1 4 3

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country according to Inside Lacrosse … son of Doug Hopkins and Joy Sill-Hopkins … enrolled in Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business as a finance major … boasts a 3.715 cumulative GPA. HOPKINS’ CAREER HIGHS

HOPKINS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots 2011 14/6 18 0 18 11 42 2012 16/16 18 7 25 25 69 2013 16/1 6 3 9 5 17 Totals 46/23 42 10 52 41 128

HOPKINS GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) 2011 vs. Duke at Penn State Drexel at Denver Ohio State at Rutgers Villanova Georgetown St. John’s* at Providence* at Syracuse* at North Carolina* Penn*^ vs. Duke*^ 2012 Duke* Penn State* at Drexel* at Hofstra* Denver* at Ohio State* Rutgers* vs. St. John’s* Providence* at Georgetown* at Villanova* Syracuse* vs. St. John’s*% Yale*^ vs. Virginia*^ vs. Loyola*^ 2013 at Duke* at Penn State North Carolina Hofstra at Denver Ohio State at Rutgers St. John’s vs. Marquette at Providence Georgetown Villanova vs. Syracuse vs. Syracuse% Detroit^ vs. Duke^ ^ - NCAA Tournament % - BIG EAST Tournament

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STUDENT-ATHLETES

Fighting Irish

#5

JIM MARLATT

Senior • Midfielder 6-1 • 180 Clarksville, Maryland River Hill High School

HONORS & AWARDS • Team Captain (2014) • USILA Third Team All-America (2013) • USILA Honorable Mention All-America (2012) • All-BIG EAST First Team (2012, 2013) • Tewaaraton Award Watch List (2013) • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2011, 2012, 2013)

Will serve as a team captain during the 2014 campaign … a two-time All-America honoree … has played in all 32 games over the last two seasons on Notre Dame’s first midfield line … 63 points on 39 goals and 24 assists … seven man-up goals … 54 ground balls … all-BIG EAST first team in 2012 and 2013 … arguably the team’s best shooter from the midfield position … stretches the defense … is an elusive dodger … finishes the ball well. AS A JUNIOR (2013): Garnered third team AllAmerica honors from the USILA … all-BIG EAST first team … appeared on the Tewaaraton Award watch list … a starter in all 16 games and was Notre Dame’s leading midfield scorer with a career-high 20 goals in addition to notching 12 assists, which tied a career-high mark … five multiple-goal games … two man-up goals … picked up a career-best 43 ground balls … opened the season with an eight-game goal streak … scored a career-high five goals and assisted on another in the 13-5 season-opening victory at Duke … also picked up a career-best five ground balls against the Blue Devils … tapped as the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against Duke … produced one goal and one assist in the 10-9 overtime victory at Penn State … had a goal and assisted on the game winner in the 10-9 triple-overtime triumph of North Carolina … one goal versus Hofstra … scored the overtime game winner in the 13-12 victory at Denver top cap off a three-point

game (2g, 1a) … tallied a goal and an assist along with matching a career-best mark of five ground balls in the 9-4 besting of Ohio State … three goals and one assist in the 7-6 win at Rutgers … one goal versus St. John’s … recorded two goals and two assists in the 13-8 victory at Providence … assisted on a goal and tied a career-high mark of five ground balls in a 10-8 win over Georgetown … deposited one goal in the 13-9 win over Villanova … collected an assist in the 9-7 triumph of Detroit in the first round of the NCAA Championship … totaled two goals and two assists in the 12-11 setback to Duke in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned his second monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Registered an outstanding first season of game action for the Irish … earned honorable mention All-America honors and was a first team all-BIG EAST selection … started all 16 games on the team’s first midfield line … recorded a team-high 31 points on 19 goals and a team-best 12 assists … picked up 11 ground balls … had six multiple-goal games, including two hat tricks … five man-up goals … scored two goals in his collegiate debut, a 7-3 win over Duke … deposited a score in a 6-5 win at Drexel … posted two goals and two assists in a 6-5 overtime triumph at Hofstra … tied the Hofstra contest, 4-4, on a goal with just over a minute remaining and then assisted on the game winner in overtime ...was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Pride … notched two goals and one assist in a 10-9 triple-overtime victory over Denver … also had two goals and one assist in a 12-9 win over Rutgers … scored three goals in a span of 1:19 in a 13-6 win over St. John’s at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic … was named the game’s MVP … recorded one goal and two assists in a 9-1 win over Providence … scored a goal in a 9-7 victory at Georgetown … dished out a season-high three assists in a 10-7 win at Villanova … scored the game’s first goal in an 8-6 triumph of Syracuse that clinched the BIG EAST regular-season title for the Irish … posted a season-high five points on three goals and two assists in a 13-7 besting of Yale in the first round of the NCAA Championship … assisted on a score in a 12-10 win over Virginia in the NCAA semifinals … deposited a goal in a 7-5 setback to Loyola in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship … earned his first monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Did not see game action during his rookie campaign due to injury. PREP AND PERSONAL: An Under Armour AllAmerican … scored two goals for the South team in the Under Armour All-American game … ranked 46th overall in the class of 2010 by Inside Lacrosse … listed as

MARLATT’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. 2011 Did Not Play 2012 16/16 19 12 31 11 60 .317 2013 16/16 20 12 32 43 92 .217 Totals 32/32 39 24 63 54 152 .257

MARLATT GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) 2012 Duke* Penn State* at Drexel* at Hofstra* Denver* at Ohio State* Rutgers* vs. St. John’s* Providence* at Georgetown* at Villanova* Syracuse* vs. St. John’s*% Yale*^ vs. Virginia*^ vs. Loyola*^ 2013 at Duke* at Penn State* North Carolina* Hofstra* at Denver* Ohio State* at Rutgers* St. John’s* vs. Marquette* at Providence* Georgetown* Villanova* vs. Syracuse* vs. Syracuse*% Detroit*^ vs. Duke*^ ^ - NCAA Tournament % - BIG EAST Tournament

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the 15th best midfielder in the class of 2010 according to Inside Lacrosse … tallied 74 goals and 39 assists in addition to picking up 112 ground balls in leading River Hill High School to the Maryland state title game during his senior season … finished with 199 goals and 97 assists during his high school career … named the Howard County player of the year as a senior … a U.S. High School All-American … named second-team allmetro by the Baltimore Sun and second team AllWashington Post … a Kelly Award finalist … a three-time first-team All-Howard County selection … two-time Maryland Freestate team member … was on two Under Armour Underclassman Baltimore teams … son of Geoff and Jane Marlatt … has four younger siblings, Katie, Emily, Colleen and Bobby … enrolled in Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business as a finance major … has a 3.297 cumulative GPA. MARLATT’S CAREER HIGHS

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Goals: 5 (Duke ‘13) Assists: 3 (Villanova ‘12) Points: 6 (Duke ‘13) GB: 5, three times (MR: Georgetown ‘13)

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STUDENT-ATHLETES

Fighting Irish

#33 RYAN MIX

Senior • Attackman 5-11 • 190 Newport Beach, California Corona del Mar High School

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2011, 2012, 2013)

Has played in 28 career games, totaling six goals … four ground balls … has earned two monograms … a crease player who does a good job at catching and finishing with the ball … gives the Irish options on offense … a member of Notre Dame’s Rosenthal Leadership Academy. AS A JUNIOR (2013): Played in 12 games and matched a career-high total of three goals … picked up three ground balls … netted his first goal of the season in the 13-12 overtime win at Denver … also scored a goal in the next contest, a 9-4 victory over Ohio State … deposited a goal in the 17-5 besting of Marquette … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned his second monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Played in all 16 games as a reserve attackman … scored three goals … picked up one ground ball … scored a goal in his collegiate debut, a 7-3 season-opening victory over Duke … his

tally against the Blue Devils put the Irish up 3-2 in the second quarter and they never relinquished the lead … deposited a goal in a 9-1 win over Providence … scored in a 9-7 win at Georgetown … earned his first monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Did not see game action during his rookie campaign. PREP AND PERSONAL: A two-time U.S. Lacrosse All-American … ranked as the 36th best attackman in the class of 2010 according to Inside Lacrosse … racked up 322 points on 202 goals and 120 assists during his high school career … as a senior, tallied 102 points on 80 goals and 22 assists en route to being named the Pacific Coast League Player of the Year and the Orange County Player of the Year … also copped first-team allleague (Pacific Coast League) and all-county (Orange County) honors … 2010 Orange County Register Player of the Year … voted team captain twice by his teammates … received the Gratzinger Scholarship Award, which is the team award for leadership … a U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American … two-time Pacific Coast League champion and two-time CIF finalists at Corona del Mar … as a junior, registered 102 points on 66 goals and 36 assists … voted as the team’s most valuable attackman … received first-team all-league and all-county accolades as a junior … played in the 2009 Under Armour Underclassman games for the Midwest team … competed at 2008 Adrenaline High Rollers and the 2009 California Gold … played at the 2009 Champ Camp with the SoCal Surf Dawgs … son of G.W. and Mary Mix … father played and coached lacrosse at Penn … mother competed in volleyball at UC Santa Barbara … has two younger brothers, Casey and Kyle … enrolled in Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business as an information technology major … carries a 3.169 cumulative GPA.

MIX’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2011 Did Not Play 2012 16/0 3 0 3 1 7 .429 6 2013 12/0 3 0 3 3 4 .750 4 Totals 28/0 6 0 6 4 11 .545 10

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MIX GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) G/A Pts. Shots GB 2012 Duke 1/0 1 1 0 0/0 0 1 0 Penn State at Drexel 0/0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 at Hofstra Denver 0/0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 at Ohio State Rutgers 0/0 0 0 0 vs. St. John’s 0/0 0 0 0 Providence 1/0 1 1 0 at Georgetown 1/0 1 3 0 at Villanova 0/0 0 0 0 Syracuse 0/0 0 0 0 vs. St. John’s% 0/0 0 0 0 Yale^ 0/0 0 0 0 vs. Virginia^ 0/0 0 0 1 vs. Loyola^ 0/0 0 0 0 2013 at Duke 0/0 0 1 1 at Penn State Did Not Play North Carolina Did Not Play 0/0 0 0 0 Hofstra at Denver 1/0 1 1 0 Ohio State 1/0 1 1 0 at Rutgers 0/0 0 0 1 St. John’s Did Not Play vs. Marquette 1/0 1 1 0 at Providence 0/0 0 0 1 Georgetown 0/0 0 0 0 Villanova 0/0 0 0 0 vs. Syracuse 0/0 0 0 0 vs. Syracuse% 0/0 0 0 0 Detroit^ 0/0 0 0 0 vs. Duke^ Did Not Play ^ - NCAA Tournament % - BIG EAST Tournament

MIX’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 1, six times (MR: Marquette ‘13) Assists: -Points: 1, six times (MR: Marquette ‘13) GB: 1, four times (MR: Providence ‘13)


STUDENT-ATHLETES

Fighting Irish

#31

LIAM O’CONNOR

Senior • Midfielder/FO 6-0 • 190 Haverford, Pennsylvania The Haverford School

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2011, 2012, 2013)

A major factor for the Fighting Irish in faceoffs during his first three seasons, going 274-of-524 (.523) … has played in 38 career games … eight points on six goals and two assists … 128 ground balls … three monograms … has battled injuries during his Notre Dame career … has developed into a good all-around midfielder … good at making adjustments in his game … has a high lacrosse IQ. AS A JUNIOR (2013): Played in 10 games and took a team-high176 faceoff attempts … was 92-of-176 (.523) in faceoffs … matched career-best totals in goals (3) and assists (1) … picked up a career-high – and team-best - 44 ground balls … scored a career-high two goals along with picking up seven ground balls and went 10-of-21 in faceoffs in the 10-9 overtime triumph at Penn State … his second goal against the Nittany Lions gave the Irish a 9-8 lead with 18 seconds left in regulation … posted a season-best faceoff winning percentage of .680 (17-25) in the 10-9 triple-overtime victory over North Carolina … also assisted on a goal and picked up a career-high nine ground balls against the Tar Heels … matched a career-high faceoff win total of 17 (on 28 attempts) and scored a goal in the 13-12 overtime win at Denver … missed six games due to injury … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned his third monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Played in 14 games and split the team’s faceoff duties … was 94-for-189 (.497) in faceoff attempts … scooped up a team-best 43 ground balls … posted four points on three goals and one assist … attempted seven shots … was 6-for-11 in faceoffs in the 7-3 season-opening win over Duke … scored his first career goal in an 8-7 win at Ohio State … the tally against the Buckeyes put the Irish up 8-6 with 2:15 left to play … netted a goal and picked up four ground balls in a 12-9 win over Rutgers … made it three

straight games with a goal as he deposited a tally in a 13-6 win over St. John’s at the Big City Classic … went 9-for-16 in faceoffs against the Red Storm in addition to scooping up four ground balls … matched a career-high total of eight ground balls and won a season-high 14 faceoffs (on 18 attempts) in an 8-7 setback to St. John’s in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship … won faceoff attempts and assisted on a goal in a 7-5 loss to Loyola in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship … also had four ground balls versus Loyola … earned his second monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Had a very productive freshman season at the faceoff position … ranked 18th nationally with a .553 faceoff winning percentage (88for-159) … picked up a team-high 41 ground balls … went 7-for-11 in faceoffs in his collegiate debut, a 12-7 season-opening win over Duke … also had five ground balls against the Blue Devils … went 10-for-17 in the faceoff circle and scooped up seven ground balls in an 11-7 triumph of Drexel … registered a season-best winning percentage by going 13-for-16 (.813) in an 8-7 victory over Ohio State … matched a season-high total with 13 faceoff victories (in 21 attempts) in a 14-3 win at Providence … went 12-for-19 and picked up a seasonhigh eight ground balls in an 11-8 setback at Syracuse … was 7-for-9 against Duke in a 7-5 loss in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: An Under Armour AllAmerican … two-time All-American … ranked 33rd in the class of 2010 by Inside Lacrosse … ranked as the 10th best midfielder in the class of 2010 according to Inside Lacrosse … tallied 35 goals and 10 assists in addition to winning 73 percent of his faceoff attempts during his senior season … two-time all-Philadelphia selection … two-time All-Delco … two-time all-conference (Inter Ac) … team won Inter Ac (Inter-Academic League) championships in 2009 and 2010 … squad also captured Inter Ac Tournament in 2009 and 2010 … twotime All-Eastern Pennsylvania Scholastic Lacrosse Association … son of Michael and Ellen O’Connor … mother attended Notre Dame and was a member of the tennis team … brother, Rory, played lacrosse at the University of Vermont … enrolled in Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business as a finance major … has a 3.189 cumulative GPA. O’CONNOR’S CAREER HIGHS

O’CONNOR GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) G/A Pts. GB FO 2011 vs. Duke 0/0 0 5 7-11 0/0 0 2 4-8 at Penn State Drexel 0/0 0 7 10-17 0/0 0 2 2-9 at Denver Ohio State 0/0 0 3 13-16 at Rutgers 0/0 0 0 3-9 Villanova 0/0 0 2 4-10 Georgetown 0/0 0 4 6-11 St. John’s 0/0 0 0 4-8 at Providence 0/0 0 4 13-21 at Syracuse 0/0 0 8 12-19 at North Carolina 0/0 0 2 2-8 Penn^ 0/0 0 0 1-3 vs. Duke^ 0/0 0 2 7-9 2012 Duke 0/0 0 3 6-11 Penn State Did Not Play at Drexel 0/0 0 3 6-14 at Hofstra 0/0 0 3 7-15 Denver 0/0 0 0 1-9 at Ohio State 1/0 1 3 4-13 Rutgers 1/0 1 4 9-18 vs. St. John’s 1/0 1 4 9-16 Providence Did Not Play at Georgetown 0/0 0 2 6-15 at Villanova 0/0 0 3 3-7 Syracuse 0/0 0 3 8-17 vs. St. John’s% 0/0 0 8 14-18 Yale^ 0/0 0 2 4-11 vs. Virginia^ 0/0 0 1 5-12 vs. Loyola^ 0/1 1 4 12-13 2013 at Duke 0/0 0 3 7-18 at Penn State 2/0 2 7 10-21 North Carolina 0/1 1 9 17-25 Hofstra 0/0 0 2 6-18 at Denver 1/0 1 5 17-28 Ohio State 0/0 0 5 9-17 at Rutgers 0/0 0 5 11-17 St. John’s 0/0 0 2 3-6 vs. Marquette Did Not Play at Providence Did Not Play Georgetown Did Not Play Villanova Did Not Play vs. Syracuse Did Not Play vs. Syracuse% Did Not Play Detroit^ 0/0 0 0 2-6 vs. Duke^ 0/0 0 6 10-20 ^ - NCAA Tournament % - BIG EAST Tournament

Goals: 2 (Penn State ‘13) Assists: 1, twice (Loyola^ ‘12 & North Carolina ‘13) Points: 2 (Penn State ‘13) GB: 9 (North Carolina ‘13) ^ - NCAA Tournament

O’CONNOR’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. 2011 14/0 0 0 0 2012 14/0 3 1 4 2013 10/0 3 1 4 Totals 38/0 6 2 8

GB Shots 41 5 43 7 44 7 128 19

Sh Pct. SOG .000 2 .429 5 .429 4 .316 11

P/Min UpG DnG FO FO Pct. 2-1:30 0 0 88-159 .553 2-2:00 0 0 94-189 .497 5-4:30 0 0 92-176 .523 9-8:00 0 0 274-524 .523

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#4

STEPHEN O’HARA

Senior • Defenseman 6-1 • 195 West Chester, Pennsylvania St. Joe’s Prep

HONORS & AWARDS • Team Captain (2014) • All-BIG EAST Second Team (2013) • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2011, 2012, 2013) • MLL Draft Pick (Ohio Machine - 6th Round)

Will serve as a team captain during his season campaign … has started all 32 games over the last two seasons … 71 ground balls … has earned two monograms … key part of Notre Dame’s stingy defense … a smart and steady player … brings a very mature and physical presence to the field … one of the top students

Fighting Irish on the Fighting Irish squad … a member of Notre Dame’s Rosenthal Leadership Academy. AS A JUNIOR (2013): Started all 16 games for an Irish defense that ranked 10th nationally by allowing just 8.31 goals per game … that goals-against average ranked first among all BIG EAST teams … Notre Dame also had the nation’s 10th-best man-down defense (.737) … earned second team all-BIG EAST honors … scooped up 32 ground balls … the Irish defense held No. 4 Duke to just five goals in a 13-5 season-opening victory … … the Notre Dame defense limited No. 8 Ohio State to just four goals in a 9-4 Fighting Irish win … matched a career-high total of five ground balls against Hofstra and Villanova … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned his second monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Produced a solid season for the Fighting Irish … started all 16 games in the close defense and helped the Irish rank first nationally in scoring defense (6.31 gpg) and man-down defense (.892) … picked up 39 ground balls … scooped up a season-high five ground balls in an 8-7 win at Ohio State … picked up four ground balls in wins over Rutgers (12-9), St. John’s (13-6), Syracuse (8-6) and Yale (13-7) … received his first monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Did not see game action during his rookie campaign.

O’HARA’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2011 Did Not Play 2012 16/16 0 0 0 39 0 .000 0 2013 16/16 0 0 0 32 1 .000 0 Totals 32/32 0 0 0 71 1 .000 0

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PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-year starter in lacrosse at St. Joe’s Prep … received All-America honors from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) as a senior … ranked 63rd overall in the class of 2010 by Inside Lacrosse … ranked as the 18th best defenseman in the class of 2010 according to Inside Lacrosse … three-time all-state selection (sophomore, junior and senior) … earned All-Catholic League honors his final three seasons after being an honorable mention pick as a freshman … copped team MVP award twice … served as a team captain during his junior and senior seasons … two-year starter in football at fullback and linebacker … as a senior, he earned first-team AllCatholic (multi-purpose) and was a second-team choice at linebacker … an honorable mention All-Catholic selection in football during his junior season … named the scholar-athlete of the league … son of Tom and Maria O’Hara … father played basketball at Rider University … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major and is minoring in Chinese … boasts a 3.436 cumulative GPA. O’HARA’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: -Assists: -Points: -GB: 5, three times (MR: Villanova ‘13)


STUDENT-ATHLETES

Fighting Irish

#6

CHRIS PREVOZNIK

Senior • Defenseman 5-11 • 185 Mountain Lakes, New Jersey Mountain Lakes High School

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2013)

Has appeared in 14 career games … a scrappy and tough player who can get the ball off the ground … can play up top or down low … flies around the field and

#1

KYLE RIPP

Senior • Goalie 5-11 • 225 Short Hills, New Jersey Millburn High School

looks to make plays … brings a lot of passion to the game … one of 11 New Jersey natives on the Fighting Irish roster. AS A JUNIOR (2013): Played in 13 games … one ground ball and two caused turnovers … earned his first monogram … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Appeared in one game … made his collegiate debut in a 9-1 win over Providence. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Did not see game action during his rookie campaign. PREP AND PERSONAL: Played lacrosse and football at Mountain Lakes High School … copped first-team

All-Morris County and second-team all-state accolades during his senior season of lacrosse … received the Hugh Chambers award in lacrosse … earned secondteam All-Morris County honors as a junior … lacrosse team won the New Jersey tournament of champions in 2007 and 2008 … two-time state champion (Group 1) in football (2008 and 2009) … earned all-conference, all-area and all-county recognition in football during his senior campaign … named the team’s best offensive and defensive lineman as a senior … son of Michael and Joyce Prevoznik … his father, aunt, uncle, grandfather and great grandfather all attended Notre Dame … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major … boasts a 3.016 cumulative GPA.

PREVOZNIK’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2011 Did Not Play 2012 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 2013 13/0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 0 Totals 14/0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 0

Joined the Fighting Irish squad in the fall of 2013 … gives the Irish depth at the goalie position … one of 11 New Jersey natives on the Fighting Irish roster. PREP AND PERSONAL: A three-year varsity letter winner at Millburn High School … captained the Millburn squad during his senior campaign … holds the Millburn record for most saves in a season … posted a career save percentage of 71.1% … two-time MVP of the Millburn team (2009 & 2010) … honorable mention

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all-state in 2009 and 2010 … 2009 first team all-Essex County … 2010 second team all-Essex County … 2009 second team all-Waterman Conference … 2010 second team all-Waterman Conference … son of Tom and Kathy Ripp … father graduated from Notre Dame … two older siblings, Ryan and Katie … brother, Ryan, is a Notre Dame graduate … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a double major in finance and film … has a 3.188 cumulative GPA.

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STUDENT-ATHLETES

#2

JOHN SCIOSCIA

Senior • Attackman 5-6 • 155 Summit, New Jersey Summit High School

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2012, 2013)

Has appeared in 16 career games, including one start … 14 goals and two assists … six ground balls … figures to be a key contributor in the Fighting Irish attack this season … has a well-rounded skill set … one monogram … a member of Notre Dame’s StudentAthlete Advisory Council (SAAC) … one of 11 New Jersey natives on the Fighting Irish roster. AS A JUNIOR (2013): Played in 15 games, including one start … had a breakout season with 14 goals and two assists … two man-up goals … five ground balls … scored his first career goal in the 13-12 overtime win at Denver … deposited a goal in a 7-6 victory at Rutgers … tallied a career-high six goals and assisted on another

Fighting Irish in a 17-5 besting of Marquette … the goal and point totals in that contest were team-high marks for the season … that effort started a four-game goal streak … had one goal in back-to-back wins over Providence (138) and Georgetown (10-8) … registered four goals and one assist in a 13-9 triumph of Villanova … also picked up a career-high two ground balls against Villanova … was named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Wildcats … made his first career start in the Big City Classic showdown with Syracuse … earned his first monogram … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Played in one game … made his Fighting Irish debut in a 9-1 victory over Providence … picked up one ground ball against the Friars. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Did not see game action during his rookie campaign. PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned three varsity letters in lacrosse at Summit High School … set school scoring record with 231 points … earned All-America honors as a senior … ranked as the 33rd best attackman in the class of 2010 according to Inside Lacrosse … received all-state accolades twice … three-time all-conference, all-division and all-county in lacrosse … represented New Jersey at 2008 and 2009 Under Armour underclassman tournament … led high school team in scoring as a sophomore and senior … during his junior season, he helped Summit to a 22-1 record and the state title along with a top-10 national ranking … captained his high school team as a senior and helped them to a second straight state title with a 23-0 record and a top-five

SCIOSCIA’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2011 Did Not Play 2012 1/0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 0 2013 15/1 14 2 16 5 27 .519 18 Totals 16/1 14 2 16 6 27 .519 18

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SCIOSCIA GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) G/A Pts. Shots GB 2012 All Season 0/0 0 0 1 2013 at Duke 0/0 0 0 0 at Penn State Did Not Play North Carolina 0/0 0 0 0 Hofstra 0/0 0 0 0 at Denver 1/0 1 1 0 Ohio State 0/0 0 0 0 at Rutgers 1/0 1 2 0 St. John’s 0/0 0 0 0 vs. Marquette 6/1 7 6 1 at Providence 1/0 1 1 0 Georgetown 1/0 1 2 1 Villanova 4/1 5 8 2 vs. Syracuse* 0/0 0 0 1 vs. Syracuse% 0/0 0 1 0 Detroit^ 0/0 0 2 0 vs. Duke^ 0/0 0 0 0 ^ - NCAA Tournament % - BIG EAST Tournament

national ranking … Summit set the New Jersey record with 45 consecutive wins … also lettered in soccer and track … graduated Magna Cum Laude … son of John and Michele Scioscia … sister, Gina, is a 2010 Notre Dame graduate and was a lacrosse All-American for the Irish … sister, Amy, attended Loyola University in Baltimore … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major … has a 3.278 cumulative GPA. SCIOSCIA’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 6 (Marquette ‘13) Assists: 1, twice (Marquette ‘13 & Villanova ‘13) Points: 7 (Marquette ‘13) GB: 2 (Villanova ‘13)


STUDENT-ATHLETES

Fighting Irish

#7

MICHAEL SHEPARDSON

Senior • Defenseman 6-2 • 215 Winter Park, Florida Saint Andrews High School

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2012, 2013)

#14

RYAN SMITH

Senior • LSM / Defenseman 6-1 • 185 Summit, New Jersey St. Peter’s Prep

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2012, 2013)

Has played in two games during his Fighting Irish career … joined the team as a walk-on during his sophomore year … one ground ball … gives the Irish

A physically gifted player … is big, strong and fast … has played in one career game. AS A JUNIOR (2013): Did not see game action. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Saw action in one contest … made his collegiate debut in a 9-1 besting of Providence … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Did not see game action during his rookie campaign. PREP AND PERSONAL: Played long-stick midfielder and defense for Saint Andrews High School … an

all-state defenseman … tallied five goals and six assists during his senior season … two-time state champion … helped Saint Andrews gain a nationally ranking of 12th … earned South Florida athlete of the week honors … competed with Team Florida for two summers … received two varsity letters in football … son of Michael and Carole Shepardson … father was a swimmer at Notre Dame … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a psychology major … has a 3.081 cumulative GPA.

SHEPARDSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG P/Min UpG DnG 2011 Did Not Play 2012 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0 2013 Did Not Play Totals 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0

depth at the long-stick midfielder position … good at picking up ground balls … a good athlete with speed … has a great attitude and work ethic that is great for the team … a member of Notre Dame’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) … one of 11 New Jersey natives on the Fighting Irish roster. AS A JUNIOR (2013): Appeared in one game … saw time in a 17-5 victory over Marquette … picked up one ground ball … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Played in one game during his first season with the Fighting Irish … made his Notre Dame debut in a 9-1 win over Providence. AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Was not a member of the Notre Dame squad.

PREP AND PERSONAL: Played attack and midfield at St. Peter’s Prep … tallied 224 points on 78 goals and 146 assists during his high school career … picked up 184 ground balls … had five three-goal games and two four-goal games during his career … registered 30 goals, 32 assists and 74 ground balls during his senior season as he helped the Marauders to a 14-5 record, including a perfect 8-0 mark in conference play … notched 21 goals, 53 assists and 37 ground balls during his junior campaign … posted 63 points on 18 goals and 45 assists in addition to picking up 44 ground balls as a sophomore … St. Peter’s posted a 13-5 record during his sophomore season … had nine goals, 16 assists and 29 ground balls in helping St. Peter’s to a 12-5 record as a freshman … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major … boasts a 3.256 cumulative GPA.

SMITH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2011 Did Not Play 2012 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 2013 1/0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 0 Totals 2/0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 0

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STUDENT-ATHLETES

#21

LOGAN CONNOLLY

Junior • Attackman 5-10 • 153 Davidsonville, Maryland St. Mary’s High School

Has appeared in two games … has a great sense for the game … gives the team depth at the attack … possesses good skills … has made great progress since coming to Notre Dame.

#3

WILL GILMARTIN

Junior • Midfielder 6-1 • 173 Nesconset, New York St. Anthony’s/Lawrenceville School (PG)

Has appeared in two games … a strong and athletic player … can do a lot of things on the field … gives valuable depth to the midfield position.

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Fighting Irish AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Appeared in one contest … saw time in a 17-5 win over Marquette. AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Played in one game … made his Fighting Irish debut in a 9-1 win over Providence. PREP AND PERSONAL: A three-time letterwinner at St. Mary’s High School … tallied 135 points on 62 goals and 73 assists during his high school career … earned all-state honors during his junior and senior campaigns … copped all-city accolades his sophomore, junior and senior seasons … an all-county performer … team captain as a senior … ranked No. 50 on the Inside Lacrosse Top 50 Young Gun list for his class heading

into his senior campaign … team was nationally ranked according Inside Lacrosse in 2010 and 2011 … member of the Maryland Free State Team and the Warrior Top 40 game … Blue Chip Camp participant … 2011 Vail Shootout All-Star Team … lettered in soccer during his sophomore year at St. Mary’s … attended same high school as former Notre Dame lacrosse All-American Grant Krebs … member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society and the Environmental Club … son of Brian and Roxanne Connolly … grandfather, Patrick Connolly, played lacrosse at Loyola College … has an older sister, Lindsay … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a marketing major.

CONNOLLY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. 2012 1/0 0 0 0 2013 1/0 0 0 0 Totals 2/0 0 0 0

GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0

AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Played in one game … saw action in a 17-5 win over Marquette. AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Appeared in one game … made his Notre Dame debut in a 9-1 victory over Providence. PREP AND PERSONAL: Lettered twice in lacrosse at St. Anthony’s before playing a post-graduate season at Lawrenceville School … notched 33 goals and 16 assists during the 2011 season at Lawrenceville … was a part of back-to-back state championships at St. Anthony’s … earned all-conference honors as a senior at St. Anthony’s … two-time conference champion with St. Anthony’s … St. Anthony’s was nationally ranked during his junior

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and senior seasons … from the same area as former Irish players Sean Rogers and Steve Murphy … is the second member of the Notre Dame squad to play at Lawrenceville, joining Westy Hopkins … member of the National Honor Society … lettered in football as a running back during his junior season at St. Anthony’s and his year at Lawrenceville … son of Robert and Nancy Gilmartin … father played collegiate lacrosse at Hofstra and Maryland and was a part of the Terrapins 1975 national championship squad … uncle, Thomas Gilmartin, won a lacrosse national title in 1990 with Syracuse … has an older sibling, Kelsey … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as an economics major.

GILMARTIN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. 2012 1/0 0 0 0 2013 1/0 0 0 0 Totals 2/0 0 0 0

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STUDENT-ATHLETES

Fighting Irish

#17

WILL CORRIGAN

Junior • Midfielder 5-10 • 178 South Bend, Indiana St. Joseph’s High School

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2013)

Has played in all 32 games, including 16 starts, during his first two seasons at Notre Dame … 17 points on nine goals and eight assists … 17 ground balls … two monograms … a versatile player that makes smart decisions with the ball … a good defensive player. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Played in all 16 games on Notre Dame’s first midfield line … compiled four goals and seven assists … two man-up goals … 13 ground balls … assisted on a goal in Notre Dame’s 13-5 season-opening win at Duke … scored a goal in the 10-9 triple-overtime victory over North Carolina … had assists in back-to-back games against Hofstra and Denver, a 13-12 overtime win … also assisted on a goal in a 7-6 win at Rutgers … tallied a career-high three points on one goal and two assists in the 13-8 victory at Providence … also registered three points on a careerhigh two goals and one assist in a 13-9 win over Villanova … picked up a career-high two ground balls on three occasions … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned his second monogram.

AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Had a solid first season with the Irish … played in all 16 games and tallied five goals and one assist … attempted 22 shots and picked up four ground balls … played on Notre Dame’s third midfield line … notched his first career goal and assist in a 12-9 win over Rutgers … put Notre Dame up 7-5 when he tallied a goal with just six seconds left in the third quarter of a 13-6 triumph of St. John’s at the Big City Classic … deposited the team’s sixth goal in a 10-7 triumph at Villanova … tallied the game’s final goal in an 8-6 victory over Syracuse that clinched the BIG EAST regular-season title for the Irish … scored Notre Dame’s 10th goal in a 13-7 besting of Yale in the first round of the NCAA Championship … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: A four-year letterwinner in lacrosse at St. Joseph’s High School … earned Under Armour All-America honors during his junior campaign in addition to being named the Indiana Player of the Year … three-time all-state and all-conference selection … copped team MVP honors on three occasions … twotime team captain … St. Joseph’s was the state runnerup in 2010 … squad won the conference and regional championship during his freshman and junior seasons … earned four varsity letters in tennis at St. Joseph’s … an all-state performer in tennis during his senior season as he advanced to the state quarterfinals … copped all-conference honors four times and was team MVP twice in tennis … three-time tennis team captain … cousins Lena and Maggie Zentgraf played for the Notre Dame women’s lacrosse team … cousin Patrick Corrigan played basketball at Hampden-Sydney College … son of Kevin and Lis Corrigan … his father is the head coach of the Fighting Irish lacrosse squad … grandfather, Gene, was the athletic director at Notre Dame from 1981-87 and played collegiate lacrosse at Duke … has two younger sisters, Sidney and Natale … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a psychology major.

CORRIGAN GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) 2012 Duke Penn State at Drexel at Hofstra Denver at Ohio State Rutgers vs. St. John’s Providence at Georgetown at Villanova Syracuse vs. St. John’s% Yale^ vs. Virginia^ vs. Loyola^ 2013 at Duke* at Penn State* North Carolina* Hofstra* at Denver* Ohio State* at Rutgers* St. John’s* vs. Marquette* at Providence* Georgetown* Villanova* vs. Syracuse* vs. Syracuse*% Detroit*^ vs. Duke*^ ^ - NCAA Tournament % - BIG EAST Tournament

G/A Pts. Shots GB 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 1/1 2 1/0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 1/0 1 1/0 1 0/0 0 1/0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0

2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 3 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0

0/1 1 0/0 0 1/0 1 0/1 1 0/1 1 0/0 0 0/1 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 1/2 3 0/0 0 2/1 3 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0

1 1 2 1 3 1 2 2 4 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 4 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 1 0

CORRIGAN’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 2 (Villanova ‘13) Assists: 2 (Providence ‘13) Points: 3, twice (Providence ‘13 & Villanova ‘13) GB: 2, three times (MR: Georgetown ‘13)

CORRIGAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. 2012 16/0 5 1 6 2013 16/16 4 7 11 Totals 32/16 9 8 17

GB Shots 4 22 13 28 17 50

Sh Pct. SOG .227 15 .143 20 .180 35

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#28

CONOR DOYLE

Junior • Attackman 5-11 • 161 Towson, Maryland Gilman School

Has been a key figure for the Fighting Irish throughout his first two seasons … has played in 31 games, including 29 starts, and has compiled 33 goals and 17 assists … 24 ground balls … has earned two monograms … a very talented player that brings versatility to the Irish attack … older brother, Jack, joins him on the Notre Dame roster this season after transferring from Harvard. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Produced another solid season for the Irish … posted career-high marks in goals (20) and assists (10) in 15 games (14 starts) … seven multiple-goal games, including four hat tricks … one man-up goal … 11 ground balls … tallied three goals and one assist in the 10-9 overtime win at Penn State … selected to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for his performance against the Nittany Lions … one goal and two assists in the 10-9 triple-overtime triumph of North Carolina … matched his career-high total of three goals against Hofstra … scored two goals and assisted on two more in the 13-12 overtime win at Denver … posted one goal and two assists in the 9-4 besting of Ohio State … tied his career-high tally for points with four on three goals and one assist in the 13-8 win at Providence … two goals and an assist in the 10-8 victory over Georgetown … missed the Big City Classic showdown against Syracuse … scored twice in the 9-7 victory over Detroit in the first round of the NCAA Championship … his fourth hat trick of the season occurred in the 12-11 setback to Duke in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … earned his second monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Was a major contributor for the Fighting Irish during his rookie campaign … played in all 16 games, including 15 starts … registered

13 goals and seven assists … attempted 43 shots and picked up 13 ground balls … notched his first career goal and assist in a 6-5 win at Drexel … assisted on the goal that put the Irish up 5-4 with 12 seconds left in an eventual 6-5 overtime victory at Hofstra … tallied Notre Dame’s fourth goal in a 10-9 triple-overtime win over Denver … recorded a goal and an assist in an 8-7 victory at Ohio State … tallied a season-high three points on two goals and one assist in a 13-6 besting of St. John’s at the Big City Classic … deposited two goals in a 9-1 win over Providence … dished out a season-best two assists in a 9-7 victory at Georgetown … the first assist was on the goal that put the Irish up for good in the fourth quarter … tallied the team’s first goal in a 10-7 win at Villanova … that goal sliced into Villanova’s 4-0 lead and started an 8-0 run for the Irish … assisted on a goal in an 8-6 win over Syracuse … tallied two goals in an 8-7 setback to St. John’s in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship … scored twice in a 13-7 triumph of Yale in the first round of the NCAA Championship … his goal put Notre Dame up 2-0 in a 12-10 victory over Virginia in the NCAA quarterfinals … picked up a season-high three ground balls in the Virginia contest … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Lettered three seasons in lacrosse at the Gilman School … an Under Armour and U.S. Lacrosse All-American as a senior … tallied 32 goals and 33 assists during his senior campaign … first team all-state during his senior season after copping secondteam honors as a junior … two-time all-conference selection and two-time conference champion … allcity performer as a junior and senior … ranked No. 11 on the Inside Lacrosse Top 50 Young Gun list for his class heading into his senior campaign … team was nationally ranked during his sophomore and senior seasons … 2011 Varsity Sports Network Lacrosse Player of the Year … 2011 Baltimore Sun Lacrosse Player of the Year … 2011 Towson Times Co-Player of the Year … 2010 Warrior Top 40 MVP … 2011 C. Markland Kelly Award finalist … 2011 C. Markland Kelly Independent North Division winner … team captain during his senior season … earned two varsity letters in football as a safety and quarterback at the Gilman School … captained the football squad as a senior … lettered in basketball as a freshman … son of Kevin and Grace Doyle … father competed in cross country/track at the College of William & Mary … mother played soccer at William & Mary … has four siblings … brother, Kevin, played lacrosse at Navy, while his other older brother, Jack, played lacrosse

DOYLE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. 2012 16/15 13 7 20 2013 15/14 20 10 30 Totals 31/29 33 17 50

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DOYLE GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) G/A Pts. Shots GB 2012 Duke 0/0 0 1 0 0/0 0 4 2 Penn State* at Drexel* 1/1 2 2 0 0/1 1 1 1 at Hofstra* Denver* 1/0 1 3 2 at Ohio State* 1/1 2 3 0 Rutgers* 0/0 0 2 1 vs. St. John’s* 2/1 3 2 0 Providence* 2/0 2 5 0 at Georgetown* 0/2 2 5 1 at Villanova* 1/0 1 4 1 Syracuse* 0/1 1 1 1 vs. St. John’s*% 2/0 2 4 0 Yale*^ 2/0 2 2 1 vs. Virginia*^ 1/0 1 2 3 vs. Loyola*^ 0/0 0 2 0 2013 at Duke 0/0 0 0 0 at Penn State* 3/1 4 6 1 North Carolina* 1/2 3 6 2 Hofstra* 3/0 3 7 0 at Denver* 2/2 4 3 1 Ohio State* 1/2 3 9 2 at Rutgers* 0/0 0 1 0 St. John’s* 0/0 0 3 0 vs. Marquette* 0/0 0 0 0 at Providence* 3/1 4 5 1 Georgetown* 2/1 3 6 2 Villanova* 0/0 0 1 0 vs. Syracuse Did Not Play vs. Syracuse*% 0/1 1 7 0 Detroit*^ 2/0 2 4 2 vs. Duke*^ 3/0 3 5 0 ^ - NCAA Tournament % - BIG EAST Tournament

DOYLE’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 3, four times (MR: Duke^ ‘13) Assists: 2, four times (MR: Ohio State ‘13) Points: 4, three times (MR: Providence ‘13) GB: 3 (Virginia^ ‘12) ^ - NCAA Tournament

at Harvard before transferring to Notre Dame this season … sister, Caroline, will enter Notre Dame next fall as a member of the Notre Dame women’s lacrosse squad … hails from the same high school as former Irish teammate Tyler Kimball … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a political science major.


STUDENT-ATHLETES

Fighting Irish

#9

CONOR KELLY

Junior • Goalie 6-0 • 178 St. Davids, Pennsylvania Haverford School

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2012, 2013)

A terrific talent at the goalie position and is the likely starter for the Fighting Irish this season … has a bright future at Notre Dame … coaching staff has a lot of confidence in him … has played in one game … has out-

#23

CONNOR MCCOLLOUGH

Junior • Midfielder 6-4 • 190 Charlottesville, Virginia St. Anne’s-Belfield

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2012, 2013)

standing ability and a good temperament for the goalie position … a member of Notre Dame’s Rosenthal Leadership Academy. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Appeared in one game … made his collegiate debut in the 17-5 win over Marquette … played 12:35 and made one save while allowing two goals … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Did not see game action. PREP AND PERSONAL: A three-year letterwinner at The Haverford School … an Under Armour AllAmerican … was an Under Armour Underclassman AllAmerican … ranked as the nation’s top goalie in his class by Inside Lacrosse … was the No. 43 ranked player overall on the Young Gun list … posted a 4.77 goalsagainst average and made 166 saves as a senior … led his team to a 23-0 record and a No. 1 national ranking in

2011 … named the Delco Times Player of the Year … All-EPSLA selection … two-time first team All-Inter-Ac and earned MVP honors in 2011 … two-time All-Delco performer … helped squad win back-to-back AllInter-Ac titles … competed at the Nike Blue Chip Camp … 2010 EPSLA Showcase … 2010 All-Inter-Ac first team … 2010 All-Delco second team … 2010 All-Main Line second team … lettered as a junior and senior in basketball as a guard at The Haverford School … received the Coach’s Award during his junior campaign in basketball … captained the basketball team during his senior season … earned a letter during his freshman season in cross country … member of the National Spanish Honor Society … son of Robert and Mary Kelly … has an older and younger sibling … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major … has a 3.190 cumulative GPA.

KELLY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS W-L Time GA GAA Saves Pct. GB 2012 Did Not Play 2013 1/0 0-0 12:35 2 9.54 1 .333 0 Totals 1/0 0-0 12:35 2 9.54 1 .333 0

Has appeared in six games … two ground balls … coaching staff feels he has a lot of potential … has the chance to become a good two-way midfielder. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Played in five games … picked up two ground balls in a 13-8 win at Providence … also saw time against Rutgers, St. John’s, Marquette and Syracuse … a BIG EAST Academic AllStar. AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Appeared in one game … made his Notre Dame debut in a 9-1 triumph of Providence … had one shot against the Friars. PREP AND PERSONAL: Played two seasons at Albemarle High School before transferring to St. Anne’s-

Belfield, where he played three years … played attack as a freshman and sophomore before moving to midfield … adidas All-American … earned all-state honors as a sophomore … copped all-conference accolades and was an all-city selection twice … team captain as a junior and senior … St. Anne’s-Belfield squad captured state title during his sophomore season at the school … three-time conference champion … registered 74 goals and 36 assists during his two seasons at Albemarle … was a member of the Spanish Honor Society … son of Marc and Karla McCollough … has two younger brothers, Ryan and Michael … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as an IT management major … has a 3.298 cumulative GPA.

McCOLLOUGH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. 2012 1/0 0 0 0 2013 5/0 0 0 0 Totals 6/0 0 0 0

GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 0 1 .000 0 2 3 .000 1 2 4 .000 1

P/Min UpG DnG 0-0:00 0 0 0-0:00 0 0 0-0:00 0 0

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Fighting Irish

#22 JACK NEAR

Junior • Midfielder 6-3 • 175 Bronxville, New York Bronxville High School

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2012, 2013)

Has been a key contributor for the Irish during his first two seasons … has notched three goals, one assist and 39 ground balls in 30 career games … two monograms … a very good athlete who is a good two-way midfielder … his speed and athleticism gives the Irish a valuable presence in the midfield. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Played in 14 games and tallied three points on two goals and one assist … 21 ground balls … scored a goal in the 10-9 triple-overtime victory over North Carolina … picked up a career-high four ground balls against Hofstra and St. John’s … netted a goal in the 13-9 victory over Villanova … notched his first career assist in the 12-11 setback to Duke in the

quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned his second monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Had a solid rookie campaign with the Irish … played in all 16 games as a short-stick defensive midfielder … helped Notre Dame boast the nation’s top defensive unit as the Irish allowed just 6.31 goals per game … scored one goal and picked up 18 ground balls … attempted seven shots … picked up a season-high three ground balls in a 9-1 win over Providence … netted his first career goal in a 13-7 win over Yale in the first round of the NCAA Championship … that tally gave the Irish a 4-0 lead over the Bulldogs in the opening quarter … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Lettered in lacrosse all four years at Bronxville High School … earned all-city and all-conference honors as a sophomore and junior … team MVP as a sophomore … captained the Bronxville squad during his senior campaign … team won conference championship in 2010 and 2011 … lettered in football during his junior and senior years … played quarterback, safety and wide receiver … was an allconference performer during both of those football campaigns … helped his football squad to and undefeated season and the state title as a senior … two-time conference and regional champion in football … football team captain as a senior … earned a varsity letter and all-conference recognition in basketball as a sophomore and senior … son of John and Liza Near … has an older sister, Raleigh, and a younger sister, Colby … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major … has a 3.173 cumulative GPA.

NEAR’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. 2012 16/0 1 0 1 2013 14/0 2 1 3 Totals 30/0 3 1 4

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NEAR GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) G/A Pts. Shots GB 2012 Duke 0/0 0 0 2 0/0 0 0 0 Penn State at Drexel 0/0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 at Hofstra Denver 0/0 0 0 0 at Ohio State 0/0 0 1 2 Rutgers 0/0 0 2 1 vs. St. John’s 0/0 0 1 2 Providence 0/0 0 0 3 at Georgetown 0/0 0 1 2 at Villanova 0/0 0 1 2 Syracuse 0/0 0 0 0 vs. St. John’s% 0/0 0 0 0 Yale^ 1/0 1 1 1 vs. Virginia^ 0/0 0 0 0 vs. Loyola^ 0/0 0 0 3 2013 at Duke 0/0 0 2 1 at Penn State 0/0 0 0 1 North Carolina 1/0 1 1 1 Hofstra 0/0 0 0 4 at Denver 0/0 0 1 3 Ohio State Did Not Play at Rutgers Did Not Play St. John’s 0/0 0 0 4 vs. Marquette 0/0 0 0 0 at Providence 0/0 0 0 0 Georgetown 0/0 0 1 1 Villanova 1/0 1 1 2 vs. Syracuse 0/0 0 0 2 vs. Syracuse% 0/0 0 2 0 Detroit^ 0/0 0 0 2 vs. Duke^ 0/1 1 0 0 ^ - NCAA Tournament % - BIG EAST Tournament


STUDENT-ATHLETES

Fighting Irish

#20

NICK OSSELLO

Junior • Midfielder / FO 6-1 • 185 Wheat Ridge, Colorado Wheat Ridge High School

A two-way midfielder who is a major factor in Notre Dame’s faceoff unit … has played in 28 career games and has totaled five goals and four assists … 66 ground balls … has gone 115-of-226 (.509) in faceoff attempts … two monograms … can play on the wing … a good athlete … a strong, fast and physical player. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Played in 14 games on the second midfield line and shared the team’s faceoff duties … was 62-of-124 (.500) in faceoffs … notched nine points on five goals and four assists … picked up 40 ground balls … collected his first career point with an assist in the 13-5 season-opening win at Duke … scored the first goal of his career in the Hofstra contest … assisted on two goals in the 13-12 overtime win at Denver … netted a goal in the 9-4 besting of Ohio State … tallied a goal against St. John’s … was 17-of-21 (.810) in faceoffs along with picking up a career-high 15 ground balls and assisting on a goal in a 13-8 victory at Providence … the 17 faceoff wins and .810 winning percentage were career-high marks … recorded a goal and collected nine ground balls in a 13-9 triumph of Villanova … scored a goal and was 7-of-12 in faceoffs in

a 9-3 loss to Syracuse in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Tournament … went 7-of-11 in faceoff attempts in the 9-7 win over Detroit in the first round of the NCAA Championship … earned his second monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Split the team’s faceoff duties … played in 14 games and was 53-of-102 (.520) in faceoff attempts … picked up 26 ground balls … won a season-high 10 faceoffs (on 16 attempts) in a 10-9 triple-overtime victory over Denver … also picked up a season-high seven ground balls against the Pioneers … was a combined 8-for13 in faceoffs in wins over Ohio State and Rutgers … was 9-for-14 in the faceoff circle in a 10-7 triumph at Villanova … went 8-for-14 in faceoff attempts in a 12-10 besting of Virginia during the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-time all-conference performer in lacrosse at Wheat Ridge High School … received all-state accolades as a junior and senior … team captain as a junior … squad won the conference title during his senior campaign … a starter in the 2010 and 2011 all-state lacrosse game … missed most of his senior campaign with an injury … as a junior, led his team in points (49) and ground balls (114) … also a football standout at Wheat Ridge … copped all-state, all-city and all-conference honors during his senior season of football … team MVP and team captain during his senior campaign of football … football won the state title and received a national ranking during his sophomore season … the team captured the state title at Invesco Field at Mile High … was invited to play in the all-state football game … 2010 conference MVP in football … first team All-Colorado defensive back … son of Steve and Lynnea Ossello … has two siblings … his aunt, Stella Ossello, attended Notre Dame … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a marketing major.

OSSELLO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. 2012 14/0 0 0 0 2013 14/0 5 4 9 Totals 28/0 5 4 9

GB Shots 26 5 40 26 66 31

Sh Pct. SOG .000 1 .192 12 .161 13

P/Min UpG DnG FO FO Pct. 1-0:30 0 0 53-102 .520 2-1:30 0 0 62-124 .500 3-2:00 0 0 115-226 .509

OSSELLO GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) G/A Pts. GB FO 2012 Duke 0/0 0 0 0-2 Penn State 0/0 0 3 5-10 at Drexel 0/0 0 0 0-1 0/0 0 0 0-0 at Hofstra Denver 0/0 0 7 10-16 at Ohio State 0/0 0 1 3-6 Rutgers 0/0 0 1 5-7 vs. St. John’s 0/0 0 0 1-6 Providence 0/0 0 1 4-9 at Georgetown 0/0 0 0 2-4 at Villanova 0/0 0 5 9-14 vs. Syracuse Did Not Play vs. St. John’s% Did Not Play Yale^ 0/0 0 0 5-12 vs. Virginia^ 0/0 0 7 8-14 vs. Loyola^ 0/0 0 1 1-1 2013 at Duke 0/1 1 0 0-3 at Penn State 0/0 0 0 0-0 North Carolina Did Not Play Hofstra 1/0 1 0 0-0 at Denver 0/2 2 0 0-0 Ohio State 1/0 1 1 0-0 at Rutgers 0/0 0 0 0-0 St. John’s 1/0 1 3 7-17 vs. Marquette 0/0 0 3 7-15 at Providence 0/1 1 15 17-21 Georgetown Did Not Play Villanova 1/0 1 9 10-25 vs. Syracuse 0/0 0 3 7-14 vs. Syracuse% 1/0 1 2 7-12 Detroit^ 0/0 0 4 7-11 vs. Duke^ 0/0 0 0 0-6 % - BIG EAST Tournament ^ - NCAA Tournament

OSSELLO’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 1, five times (MR: Syracuse* ‘13) Assists: 2 (Denver ‘13) Points: 2 (Denver ‘13) GB: 15 (Providence ‘13) * - BIG EAST Tournament

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#24

KYLE RUNYON

Junior • Attackman 6-1 • 164 Coronado, California Coronado High School

Fighting Irish Has appeared in two games during his Fighting Irish career … one goal … gives the Irish key depth in the attacking unit and could also play in the midfield … an elusive player … continues to develop his game … brings a great attitude to the team and is a hard worker. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Appeared in one game and scored one goal … deposited the first goal of his career in the 17-5 win over Marquette … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Played in one contest … made his Fighting Irish debut in a 9-1 win over Providence … attempted two shots and picked up one ground ball against the Friars. PREP AND PERSONAL: A four-year letterwinner in lacrosse at Coronado High School … 2010 All-American

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2012, 2013)

#32

HENRY WILLIAMS

Junior • Defenseman/LSM 6-1 • 179 Potomac, Maryland Georgetown Prep

RUNYON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. 2012 1/0 0 0 0 2013 1/0 1 0 1 Totals 2/0 1 0 1

GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 1 2 .000 0 0 1 1.000 1 1 3 .333 1

Can play long-stick midfielder or in the close defense … brings a lot of energy and excitement to the game … good at picking up ground balls … fits in well with the defensive unit … has played in five games … two ground balls. AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Appeared in two games … picked up two ground balls … collected a ground ball in wins over Marquette and Providence … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Played in three games as a long-stick midfielder … made his Fighting Irish debut in a 13-6 win over St. John’s in the Big City Classic … also saw playing time in wins over Providence and Georgetown.

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2012, 2013)

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PREP AND PERSONAL: A four-year letterwinner at Georgetown Prep … team captain as a senior … earned second team all-state honors as a senior … allconference and all-county performer during his senior campaign … squad earned a national ranking during his final three seasons … three-time conference champion (2009-11) … two-time regional champion (2009 & 2010) … member of the Maryland Freestate Team … hails from the same high school as current Fighting Irish teammate Matthew Collins … son of Ned and Megan Williams … oldest of five children … cousin, Jake Haley, plays lacrosse at Georgetown … cousin, Quinn Haley, plays lacrosse at Maryland … cousin, Robert Posniewski, plays lacrosse at Princeton … cousin, Anthony Fulham, played lacrosse at Dartmouth … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as an IT management major … has a 3.485 cumulative GPA.

WILLIAMS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. 2012 3/0 0 0 0 2013 2/0 0 0 0 Totals 5/0 0 0 0

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… a two-time all-city and all-conference selection … captained the Coronado squad during his junior season … Coronado squad captured the 2009 state title … team achieved a national ranking in 2009 … conference champion in lacrosse … Adrenaline Showcase (2009, 2010) … Adrenaline High Rollers (2008-10) … Adrenaline Challenge (2008-10) … Sonoma Shootout participant … a four-year starter on the Coronado soccer team … was the only male at Coronado High School to play varsity in two sports during his freshman season … three-time Coronado High School Athlete of the Year … National Honor Society … class secretary … son of Dan and Sue Runyon … has two older sisters, Samantha and Rebecka … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major … carries a 3.123 cumulative GPA.

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STUDENT-ATHLETES

Fighting Irish

#34

TREVOR BROSCO

Sophomore • Midfielder/FO 5-9 • 185 Shoreham, New York Shoreham-Wading River

Was in the faceoff rotation during his freshman season … went 23-of-47 (.489) in faceoff attempts … has the ability to be a good two-way midfielder … makes really good decisions on the field … can dodge, get ground balls and play solid defense. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Played in nine games … was a key factor in Notre Dame’s faceoff unit … went

#30

EDWIN GLAZENER

Sophomore • Defenseman 6-4 • 215 La Jolla, California

23-of-47 (.489) in faceoff attempts … three ground balls … went 3-of-3 in faceoffs in a 12-10 setback to St. John’s … also was 3-of-3 along with picking up a season-high two ground balls in a 13-8 victory at Providence … won a season-high 13 faceoffs (on 22 attempts) in a 10-8 win over Georgetown. PREP AND PERSONAL: Ranked No. 49 on the Inside Lacrosse “Power 100 Freshmen” rankings … rated as the 17th best midfielder in the class of 2012 by Inside Lacrosse … a five-time letter winner at ShorehamWading River High School … played on the varsity squad since the eighth grade … three-time team captain … the first sophomore to ever be named captain at Shoreham-Wading River … as a senior, he helped Shoreham-Wading River win the Suffolk County Class “C”, the Long Island Class “C” and the New York State Class “C” Championships en route to earning All-America honors from US Lacrosse and was named Suffolk County Class “C”

MVP … in addition, he was selected all-county, alldivision and was named to MSG Varsity first team allmetro (N.Y.,N.J., Conn.) … earned a spot on Newsday’s First Team All-Long Island in 2012 … helped ShorehamWading River to the Suffolk County Class “B” title during his junior campaign … selected to tryout for the 2012 U.S. U-19 squad … missed a good portion of his junior season due to injury … received all-county and alldivision accolades as a sophomore and was chosen to play on the Empire Top 50 Showcase … selected to the all-star teams at the three events he attended that summer: Hot Beds, Maverik Showtime and King of the Hill … was one of only five sophomores to be named to MSG Varsity Super 75 (top players on Long Island) … son of James and Patricia Brosco … older sister, Kaitlyn, is a senior on the Notre Dame women’s lacrosse team … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.

BROSCO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG P/Min UpG DnG FO FO Pct. 2013 9/0 0 0 0 3 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0 23-47 .489 Totals 9/0 0 0 0 3 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0 23-47 .489

Appeared in one game during his freshman season … a big, athletic defenseman … provides solid depth to the Fighting Irish defensive unit. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Played in one game … saw action in a 17-5 win over Marquette … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. PREP AND PERSONAL: Rated as the 39th best defenseman in the class of 2012 by Inside Lacrosse … earned All-America honors during his senior season … a four-year letter winner at The Bishop’s School … two-

time conference player of the year in addition to being named to the all-San Diego team twice … captained his squad during his junior and senior seasons … team defensive MVP … played under former Notre Dame lacrosse player Steve Sepeta … Adrenaline Showcase and High Rollers participant … an honor roll student … son of Chris and Ann Glazener … has a younger brother, Davis … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters and is majoring in economics and pre-health … has a 3.170 cumulative GPA.

The Bishop’s School

GLAZENER’S CAREER STATISTICS HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2013)

Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG P/Min UpG DnG 2013 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0 Totals 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0

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ADAM GOINS

Sophomore • Midfielder 5-11 • 190 Berwyn, Pennsylvania Conestoga

Fighting Irish Figures to make his Fighting Irish debut during the 2014 season … brings good skill and athleticism to the Notre Dame midfield unit … a good two-way midfielder. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Did not see game action … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. PREP AND PERSONAL: A three-year letter winner at Conestoga High School … helped squad to three Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) state titles (2010, 2011, 2012) and a three-year record of 72-6 … Conestoga was ranked in the top 10 nationally during the 2010, 2011 and 2012 seasons … first team all-conference as a senior along with being All-Eastern Pa Scholastic Lacrosse Association (EPSLA) and second

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2013)

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BOBBY GRAY

Sophomore • Attackman / Midfielder 6-2 • 190 San Rafael, California St. Ignatius College Prep Deerfield Academy (PG)

team All-Mainline … Nike Blue Chip participant and two-time Maverik Showtime Camp All-Star … started for the Conestoga football team during his sophomore and junior years and was an all-conference defensive back as a junior … received the 2012 Ryan Paul Weidler Scholar Athlete Memorial Award at Conestoga High School … lacrosse team’s recipient of the 2012 Herzlich Family Award … National Achievement Scholar … member of the National Honor Society … All-School Scholar … AP Scholar with Honor … High School Peer Tutor … son of Chris and Melissa Goins … has a younger sister, Grace … enrolled in the College of Science … has a 3.181 cumulative GPA.

GOINS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2013 Did Not Play

Will look to make his Fighting Irish debut during the 2014 season … switched from attack to midfield for his freshman season. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Did not see game action during his rookie campaign … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. PREP AND PERSONAL: Rated as the 19th best post-graduate recruit in the class of 2012 by Inside Lacrosse … spent his post-graduate year at Deerfield Academy in Connecticut … received All-America honors during his junior and senior seasons at St. Ignatius …

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MATT KAVANAGH

Sophomore • Attackman 5-8 • 170 Rockville Centre, New York Chaminade/Hotchkiss (PG)

HONORS & AWARDS • USILA Honorable Mention All-America (2013) • All-BIG EAST First Team (2013)

Earned honorable mention All-America honors from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) after leading the Fighting Irish in goals (32) and assists (16) during his freshman season … a very talented player that brings a variety of skills to the field … good both inside and outside … good both with and without the ball … can finish really well. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Produced a stellar rookie campaign as he led the Irish in goals (32) and assists (16) … the 32 goals were the most ever for a Notre Dame freshman … started all 16 games … earned honorable mention All-America honors from the USILA … first team all-BIG EAST … appeared on the Tewaaraton Award watch list … 11 multiple-goal games, including three four-goal efforts … 25 ground balls … had quite the debut as he tallied four goals and one assist in the 13-5 season-opening win at Duke … was named the

Cascade National Rookie of the Week for his performance versus the Blue Devils … scored the overtime game winner in the 10-9 triumph at Penn State … in the next contest against North Carolina, he scored with 11 seconds left in regulation to force overtime and then netted the game winner in the third overtime period in the 10-9 Irish victory … finished with four goals and two assists against the Tar Heels en route to being selected as the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week … started a seasonbest nine-game goal streak with a goal in the 13-12 overtime win at Denver … assisted on the goal that forced overtime against the Pioneers … two goals and two assists in the 9-4 victory over Ohio State … found the back of the net twice in a 7-6 win at Rutgers … compiled two-goals and two assists in back-to-back games against St. John’s and Marquette … one goal in the 13-8 victory at Providence … registered two goals and an assist in a 10-8 besting of Georgetown … scored two goals and assisted on two others in a 13-9 win over Villanova … two goals in a 10-4 setback to Syracuse at the Big City Classic … all four of his goals in the 9-7 win over Detroit in the first round of the NCAA Championship occurred in the second half, including three in the fourth quarter … six points on three goals and a season-high three assists in the 12-11 setback to Duke in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … picked up a seasonhigh four ground balls against both Detroit and Duke … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Ranked as the top postgraduate recruit for the class of 2012 by Inside Lacrosse … won gold medal with Team USA at the 2012 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Under-19 World Championships in Turku, Finland during the summer of 2012 … was named tournament MVP and most outstanding attackman at the U-19 world championships in addition to being on the all-tournament team … lead Team USA with 20 goals, in addition to 11

KAVANAGH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots 2013 16/16 32 16 48 25 95 Totals 16/16 32 16 48 25 95

Sh Pct. SOG P/Min UpG DnG .337 48 1-1:00 3 0 .337 48 1-1:00 3 0

KAVANAGH GAME-BY-GAME Opp. (* games started) 2013 at Duke* at Penn State* North Carolina* Hofstra* at Denver* Ohio State* at Rutgers* St. John’s* vs. Marquette* at Providence* Georgetown* Villanova* vs. Syracuse* vs. Syracuse*% Detroit*^ vs. Duke*^ ^ - NCAA Tournament % - BIG EAST Tournament

G/A Pts. Shots GB 4/1 5 1/0 1 4/2 6 0/0 0 1/1 2 2/2 4 2/0 2 2/2 4 2/2 4 1/0 1 2/1 3 2/2 4 2/0 2 0/0 0 4/0 4 3/3 6

7 2 4 1 11 0 3 2 3 3 6 0 7 1 7 1 4 1 7 0 7 2 6 2 7 0 5 2 6 4 5 4

KAVANAGH’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 4, three times (MR: Detroit^ ‘13) Assists: 3 (Duke^ ‘13) Points: 6, twice (North Carolina ‘13 & Duke^ ‘13) GB: 4 (Detroit^ ‘13 & Duke^ ‘13) ^ - NCAA Tournament

assists, at the U-19 tournament … Under Armour Underclassman All-American … spent a post-graduate year at Hotchkiss … team MVP at Chaminade during his senior campaign … led Chaminade in scoring during his junior and senior seasons … attackman of the year in New England West 1 … Newsday first team all-Long Island … MSG Varsity first team all-Tri State … Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) attackman of the year as a senior in addition to earning CHSAA allleague honors as a junior and senior … played Junior A hockey for NY Applecore in the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL) … son of Kevin and Mary Kavanagh … has four brothers (Kevin, Brendan, Patrick and Christopher) and one sister (Colleen) … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters.

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MATT LANDIS

Sophomore • Defenseman 6-2 • 195 Pelham, New York Pelham Memorial

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2013)

Appeared in 15 games during his freshman campaign … 23 ground balls … a physically imposing player … brings a lot of energy to the defensive unit … can play either down low or up top.

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EDDY LUBOWICKI

Sophomore • Attackman 6-0 • 180 Somerset, New Jersey

Fighting Irish AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Played in 15 games and picked up 23 ground balls … collected four ground balls on a 12-10 setback to St. John’s … had a season-high six ground balls in a 10-8 victory over Georgetown … three ground balls in a 9-3 loss to Syracuse in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Ranked No. 66 on the Inside Lacrosse “Power 100 Freshmen” rankings … rated as the 18th best defenseman in the class of 2012 by Inside Lacrosse … played four seasons of varsity lacrosse at Pelham Memorial High School … earned All-America and first team all-state honors during his senior season … four-time Westchester County All-League … Westchester County All-Section as a junior and senior … captained his squad during his final two campaigns … also a standout on the Pelham Memorial football and hockey teams … named Pelham Memorial’s 2012

Athlete of the Year … third team all-New York State linebacker during his junior season … Westchester County All-League in football as a sophomore and junior in addition to being Westchester County All-Section in 2011 … was the football team’s defensive MVP as a sophomore and junior … played four seasons of hockey at Pelham Memorial … earned first team all-state (Division II) accolades in hockey as a junior and senior … received the 2012 Russ Simons Sportsmanship Award (only one award per conference) … two-time hockey team captain … three-time Westchester County AllLeague and two-time Westchester County All-Section on the ice … a high honor roll student … National Science Honor Society … very active in community service activities while at Pelham High School … son of Robert and Norma Landis … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business … carries a 3.281 cumulative GPA.

LANDIS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS 2013 15/0 Totals 15/0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

GB 23 23

Played in one game during his freshman season … coaching staff feels that he has a bright future at Notre Dame … has all-around skills … is skilled with the ball and smart off the ball … one of three very solid attackmen in the Fighting Irish sophomore class. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in one game … made his collegiate debut in the 17-5 win over Marquette … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. PREP AND PERSONAL: Rated as the 33rd best attackman in the class of 2012 by Inside Lacrosse … played on the St. Joseph’s varsity squad for four seasons

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Sh Pct. SOG .000 0 .000 0

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… copped All-America and all-state honors during his junior and senior seasons … tallied 417 career points, including 105 during his senior campaign … two-time team captain … Champion All-American participant … competed in the 2011 Under Armour Underclassmen Games … also captained the football squad at St. Joseph’s … member of the National Honor Society and the German National Honor Society … son of Ed and Beth Lubowicki … has a younger sister, Shelby … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business … boasts a 3.291 cumulative GPA.

St. Joseph’s (Metuchen)

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COLE RICCARDI

Sophomore • Midfielder 6-3 • 210 Madison, New Jersey Delbarton

Played in two games during his freshman season … a big, physical and athletic player … has a lot of potential. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Played in two contests … saw time in wins over Denver (13-12 OT) and Marquette (17-5) … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-year letter winner at Delbarton … earned first team all-state honors during his senior campaign as he helped his Delbarton team capture the state title … team also was the runner-up in the Tournament of Champions … played in the Champion All-American Showcase in the summer of 2012 … selected to the Pitt-Fitch Division All-Star Team during his senior year … also lettered three seasons in football at Delbarton … football squad won the state

title during his senior campaign … started two seasons at tight end and linebacker … captained both his lacrosse and football teams as a senior … first team allarea in football during his senior season … also copped first team all-conference accolades in football … earned the Morris County Scholar-Athlete Award as a senior … played club lacrosse for the Patriot Elite with Notre Dame classmate Thomas Stephan … son of Richard and Cameron Riccardi … father played lacrosse and football at the University of Virginia and was a teammate of Irish head coach Kevin Corrigan on the Cavalier lacrosse squad … has one older sister, Maclain … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business … has a 3.261 cumulative GPA.

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2013)

RICCARDI’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG P/Min UpG DnG 2013 2/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0 Totals 2/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0

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JACK SHERIDAN

Sophomore • Defenseman 5-11 • 190 West Chester, Pennsylvania

Competed in one game during his rookie season … very sound fundamentally … a smart and hard-nosed defensive player. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Played in one game … his Fighting Irish debut came in the 17-5 win over Marquette … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned three letters in lacrosse at Malvern Prep … copped All-America honors from US Lacrosse during his senior season … also received All-Inter Ac, All-Eastern Pennsylvania Scholastic Lacrosse Association (EPSLA) and first team All-Main Line

accolades as a senior … team captain during his senior season … Under Armour Underclassman All-American … as a junior, he collected All-Inter Ac, All-EPSLA and second-team All-Main Line honors … lettered in football at Malvern Prep during his junior year … member of the National Honor Society … National Merit ScholarCommended … son of Jerry and Mary Ann Sheridan … has an older sister, Corynn, and two younger brothers, Michael and Joseph … enrolled in the College of Engineering as a civil engineering major … has a 3.263 cumulative GPA.

Malvern Prep

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Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG P/Min UpG DnG 2013 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0 Totals 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0

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THOMAS STEPHAN

Sophomore • Defenseman 6-0 • 175 Chatham, New Jersey Chatham

Appeared in one game during his freshman season … a very smart and driven player … a hard-nosed player … a diligent and focused defenseman … one of 11 New Jersey natives on the Notre Dame roster .

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KYLE TROLLEY

Sophomore • Midfielder 6-1 • 175 Peterborough, Ontario Culver Academy (Ind.)

Fighting Irish AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Played in one game … made his Fighting Irish debut in a 17-5 win over Marquette. PREP AND PERSONAL: A three-year letter winner at Chatham High School … earned all-state, all-conference and all-county accolades during his senior season … team captain and team MVP as a senior … lead team in ground balls during his senior season … helped lead Chatham to the 2012 New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) Group II title and the Morris County Tournament semifinals … 2012 New Jersey all-star game participant … earned StarLedger athlete-of-the-week honors … participated in the Under Armour Underclassmen Games … played club lacrosse for the Patriot Elite with fellow Notre Dame sophomore Cole Riccardi … varsity letter winner in

basketball at Chatham … basketball squad captured the conference and county championships during his senior season … received the Coaches Award as a senior … four varsity letters in soccer at Chatham … helped guide the soccer squad to 72 wins in a four-year span … twotime team captain in soccer … earned all-state, allconference and all-county honors in soccer during his junior and senior seasons … soccer team won the 2011 state title … voted team MVP in soccer as a senior … member of the National Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America club … representative of athletics on student advisory committee … son of Karl and Patricia Stephan … has an older brother, Christian, and an older sister, Emily … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.

STEPHAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG P/Min UpG DnG 2013 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0 Totals 1/0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0:00 0 0

Figures to make his Fighting Irish debut during the 2014 campaign … possesses good athleticism … has good offensive skills … the first Canadian player in the Notre Dame program … struggled with injuries during his freshman season. AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Did not see game action. PREP AND PERSONAL: Ranked No. 96 on the Inside Lacrosse “Power 100 Freshmen” rankings … rated as the 30th best midfielder in the class of 2012 by Inside Lacrosse … played for Canada at the 2012 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Under-19 World Championships in Turku, Finland … Canada won the

silver medal at the U-19 world championships … played lacrosse for three seasons at Culver Military Academy (Ind.) … was named the 2010 Indiana Offensive Player of the Year as he helped Culver win the state title … member of Team Ontario that captured the 2010 Canadian National Championship … won the 2012 North American Elite League title with Culver … threeyear member of the Peterborough Junior “A” Lakers … played hockey for three seasons while at Culver … team captain of the hockey squad during his senior season … son of Kent and Leanne Trolley … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters.

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ZACK BARTOLO

Freshman • Attackman 6-4 • 230 Norwalk, Connecticut

PREP AND PERSONAL: Selected to the 2013 National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association (NILCA) All-America Second Team … first team all-state and first team all-Fairfield County Interscholastic Conference as a senior … missed most of his junior season due to injury … Top 205 All-Star Team … Bison Brawl All-Star Team … Super Sophs All-Star Team … played on the Brien McMahon varsity squad as a fresh-

man … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of Kevin and Marlene Bartolo. Kevin Corrigan on Bartolo … “Zack is a big, strong and hard-shooting player. He’s a different kind of player than we have at the attack position right now. He’s going to be more of a physical presence than the guys we currently have at that end of the field.”

PREP AND PERSONAL: Ranked No. 60 in the Inside Lacrosse “Power 100 Freshmen” list and was the No. 16 defensive player in the class … selected to the 2013 National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association (NILCA) All-America Second Team … fouryear varsity player at Torrey Pines … Adrenaline AllAmerican and team captain as a senior … 2013 All-California Interscholastic Federation San Diego First Team … earned first team all-league honors twice (2012, 2013) and was a second-team pick in 2011 … 2013 Vail Lacrosse Under-19 All-Tournament Team … 2013 Adrenaline Challenge All-Tournament Team …

Jake Reed’s Nike Blue Chip Participant … four-time scholar-athlete and was named an Academic AllAmerican as a senior … appeared on the Principal’s Honor List … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of Michael and Linda. Kevin Corrigan on Carter … “Chris is a big kid and every time I see him he seems to be moving better and is becoming more athletic and more skilled. He has shown the ability to get the ball off the ground and play as a long-pole. He has some versatility and a lot of ability.”

PREP AND PERSONAL: Did a post-graduate year at Choate Rosemary Hall … rated as the No. 21 postgraduate player according to Inside Lacrosse … first team all-New England West … earned four varsity letters at Mahwah High School … first team all-county and first team all-league during his senior campaign at Mahwah … 2012 Rizk League MVP … New Jersey All-State Team … participated in the New Jersey AllState All-Star Game … team captain … National

Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society … Senior Class Vice President … was in student council for four years … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of Brian and Gina Collins. Kevin Corrigan on Collins … “Bobby is a solid allaround midfielder. He’s the kind of guy that we really like at that position. He can do a lot of things, particularly offensively.”

Brien McMahon

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CHRIS CARTER

Freshman • Defenseman 6-4 • 205 San Diego, California Torrey Pines

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ROBERT COLLINS

Freshman • Midfielder 6-0 • 190 Mahwah, New Jersey Mahwah/Choate Rosemary Hall (PG year)

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SHANE DOSS

Freshman • Goalie 5-10 • 165 Glen Ridge, New Jersey Glen Ridge

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GARRETT EPPLE

Freshman • Defenseman 6-1 • 205 Cockeysville, Maryland Calvert Hall College High School

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P.J. FINLEY

Freshman • Midfielder/FO 5-11 • 185 Berwyn, Pennsylvania Malvern Prep/Lawrenceville (PG year)

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Fighting Irish PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned All-America honors from US Lacrosse as a senior … named to the 2013 National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association (NILCA) All-America Second Team … rated as the nation’s 10th-best goalie in the class of 2013 according to Inside Lacrosse … No. 86 overall on Inside Lacrosse’s “Power 100 Freshmen” list … copped third team allstate honors as a senior along with being named first team all-Group, first team all-Gibbs Conference and first team all-Essex County … as a junior, he was named first team all-Group and second team all-Essex County … Glen Ridge team MVP as a senior and was the team’s defensive MVP as a junior … Under Armour

Underclassman All-American (Team New Jersey) … Nike Blue Chip Camp as a rising sophomore and junior … made 450 career saves and boasted a .627 save percentage … 54 ground balls … 2011 Group 1 state champions … two-time Essex County champions (2011 & 2012) … earned four varsity letters and was a senior captain for both his lacrosse and football teams … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of Lance and Terry Doss. Kevin Corrigan on Doss … “Shane has a lot of ability. He’s an athlete in the goal. He’ll come in and push the two guys in front of him for playing time.”

PREP AND PERSONAL: Under Armour AllAmerican … appeared at No. 57 in the Inside Lacrosse “Power 100 Freshmen” rankings and was the No. 15 defensive player … named to the 2013 National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association (NILCA) AllAmerica First Team … earned four varsity letters as a four-year starting defenseman at Calvert Hall … team captain during his senior season … 2013 Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association (MSLCA) First Team All-State … selected to the 2013 MSLCA Senior All-Star Game … first team All-Metro according to the Baltimore Sun … first team all-Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) … 2011 MIAA champion … 2010 MIAA runner-up and 2012 MIAA semifinalist … earned three varsity letters in football at Calvert Hall … football team captain as a senior … football squad was ranked No. 1 in Maryland in 2010 along with appearing in the USA Today national rankings … 2012 all-MIAA as a

linebacker … 2012 Baltimore Sun All-Defensive Football Team … 2012 defensive all-state football team … starting linebacker on Calvert Hall squad that captured 2010 MIAA title … WMAR-TV Academic Athlete of the Week (12/3/12) … helped Calvert Hall win the 2012 MIAA title … selected to the Under Armour Underclassman Team three times … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of Carl and Lisa Epple. Kevin Corrigan on Epple … “Garrett is recovering from a shoulder surgery that he had at the end of last season. We hope that he’ll be able to play in the fall but we’re not sure yet. He certainly is a guy who was playing at a high level in high school. He is another player who is very developed and could come in and, if healthy, compete for playing time.”

PREP AND PERSONAL: Spent a post-graduate year at Lawrenceville where he tallied 27 goals and five assists … rated as the 19th-best post-graduate player in his class according to Inside Lacrosse … 2013 first team allMAPL … a three-year letter winner in lacrosse and football at Malvern Prep … ranked as the 12th-best faceoff specialist by ESPN during his senior season … 2010 Inter-Ac champion in lacrosse … two-year starter at running back and also played linebacker/safety at Malvern Prep … two-time Inter-AC champion in foot-

ball (2009 & 2011) … football team captain as a senior … lettered in wrestling (171 lbs.) as a junior … appeared on the honor roll throughout his time at Malvern Prep and Lawrenceville … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of Paul and Liz Finley. Kevin Corrigan on Finley … “P.J. is a faceoff guy who can also come in and make some plays. He plays good defense and knows what to do with the ball. Initially, we just want him to concentrate on being a faceoff guy.”

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PAT HEALY

Freshman • Defenseman 6-2 • 200 Southborough, Massachusetts St. Sebastian’s

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LIAM KENNEDY

Freshman • Attackman 6-0 • 185 Garden City, New York Garden City/Deerfield Academy (PG)

PREP AND PERSONAL: Appeared at No. 71 in the Inside Lacrosse “Power 100 Freshmen” rankings and was the No. 20 defensive player … earned four varsity letters as a four-year starter at St. Sebastian’s … team captain during his senior season … received All-America honors and all-Independent School League (ISL) accolades as a senior … rated as the No. 1 player in Massachusetts in 2013 according to Boston Lax … earned honorable mention ISL honors in 2012 as he helped St. Sebastian’s win the league title … rated as the No. 32 rising senior in his class according to Inside Lacrosse … also tabbed as the No. 1 defenseman in Massachusetts by Inside Lacrosse … honorable mention ISL in 2011 … a football standout at St. Sebastian’s … all-New England quarter-

back as a senior in addition to earning all-ISL honors … senior captain of his football squad and helped the team win the ISL title with an undefeated league record … the team also won the 2012 New England Prep School Athletic Conference championship … 2012 Arthur Valicenti Bowl champions … honorable mention ISL in football as a junior … was on the academic honor roll … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of Todd and Penny Healy. Kevin Corrigan on Healy … “Pat is a dynamic and physical player. He really imposes himself on the game and gets after people. He has some versatility and can play the pole or close (defense) and has the ability to challenge for playing time right away.”

PREP AND PERSONAL: Coming off a post-graduate year at Deerfield Academy … rated No. 8 on Inside Lacrosse’s top post-graduate players in the class of 2013 … helped lead Garden City to the 2012 state title and team also was crowned national champions … received all-county accolades and was offensive MVP of the 2102 county championship … copped the Dedication and Hard Word Award by his coaches during his senior season at Garden City and also was named Outstanding Goal Scorer of his squad that same year …

two-time academic all-county … earned all-New England honors as a safety in football during his season at Deerfield Academy … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of John and Patricia Kennedy. Kevin Corrigan on Kennedy… “Liam is a very smart, savvy and skilled player. He knows how to play without the ball and knows what to do when he has the ball. He’s the kind of guy who will fit seamlessly into everything that we’re doing.”

PREP AND PERSONAL: Helped his squad win the 2012 CHSAA ‘A’ class title … represented Long Island in the Underclassmen Under Armour All-America games … earned all-league honors during his senior season … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of Bill and Lisa Koshansky.

Kevin Corrigan on Koshansky … “Nick is a big, athletic player who is still developing physically. We might start with him on the defensive end and work his way back to the offensive end. He could be a role guy initially and then work his way into playing as a two-way midfielder.”

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NICK KOSHANSKY

Freshman • Midfielder 6-6 • 210 Kings Park, New York St. Anthony’s

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ANTHONY MARINI

Freshman • Attackman 5-6 • 160 Medford, New Jersey St. Joseph’s Prep

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SERGIO PERKOVIC

Freshman • Midfielder 6-4 • 220 Bloomfield Hills, Michigan Brother Rice

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BEN PRIDEMORE

Freshman • Midfielder 6-0 • 176 Baltimore, Maryland Boys’ Latin School

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PREP AND PERSONAL: A four-year starter and two-time team captain at St. Joseph’s Prep … earned four varsity letters … was named a US Lacrosse AllAmerican in addition to earning all-state honors as a senior … rated 68th overall and the 19th-best attackman in the class of 2013 according to Inside Lacrosse … St. Joseph’s Prep team MVP during his senior campaign … first team all-Philadelphia Catholic League as a junior and senior … second team all-Philadelphia Catholic League as a freshman and sophomore … helped St. Joseph’s Prep win the Philadelphia Catholic League title for the first time since 2003 … participated in the Champion All-America Showcase at Disney World …

helped St. Joseph’s Prep soccer team win the Philadelphia Catholic League championship for the first time in school history … named “Attackman Most Likely to Dominate” at Millon and Rabil’s Project 9.9 Camp … member of the FCA U-19 National Team at Vail Shootout … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of Ben and Julie Marini. Kevin Corrigan on Marini … “Anthony is a matchup guy. He’s little, he’s quick and he distributes the ball very, very well and makes a variety of plays. He’ll be a guy that we could look at running out of the box or he could play on attack and do a lot of different things.”

PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned All-America honors as a junior and senior … No. 58 overall and the No. 20 midfielder in the Inside Lacrosse freshman rankings … four-year varsity player at Brother Rice and captained the team as a junior and senior … helped Brother Rice win four state titles … Michigan player of the year as a junior and senior … Midwest Scholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association Player of the Year as a senior … was the North regional recipient of the Bob Scott Award, which is given annually to seniors who truly honors lacrosse, is invested in the development of the game in his community, is an exceptional player who continually strives

to improve his game, and is an exemplary member of his team … three-year varsity football player at Brother Rice and captained the team as a senior … football squad won state titles during his junior and senior seasons … first team all-state in football … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of Vasko and Kristina Perkovic. Kevin Corrigan on Perkovic … “Sergio probably is the most physically-ready to play (in the freshman class). He’s a big, strong and really athletic player who has skills. It will be interesting to see how quickly he adapts to the college game.”

PREP AND PERSONAL: Under Armour AllAmerican … ranked 49th overall and is the No. 18 midfielder according to Inside Lacrosse … selected to the 2013 National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association (NILCA) All-America First Team … a threeyear starter for Boys’ Latin … notched 21 goals, 18 assists and 37 ground balls as a senior and helped Boys’ Latin go 19-1 and finish No. 2 in the national rankings … two-time all-Towson Times and was an all-Metro selection as a senior … Baltimore Under Armour Underclassman All-American as a sophomore and junior … two-time Kudda Player of the Game during the MIAA

season … competed at Nike Blue Chip Camp as a sophomore … earned two varsity letters in football Boys’ Latin as a defensive back, kick returner and wide receiver … lettered in basketball as a freshman … graduated from Boys’ Latin with honors … enrolled in Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies program … son of Morgan and Mary Lee Pridemore. Kevin Corrigan on Pridemore … “Ben is a very skilled and very smart and savvy offensive player. He has a great feel for the game and he has played at a high level. He could be a guy that comes in and challenges some guys for playing time right away.”

NOTRE DAME FRESHMAN RECORDS Points Points (Midfielder) Points (Defenseman) Goals Goals (Midfielder) Goals (Defenseman) Assists Assists (Midfielder)

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Pat Walsh 2003 Rob Tobin 1993 Justin Shay 1982 Matt Kavanagh 2013 Ed Lamb 1990 Justin Shay 1982 Pat Walsh 2003 Rob Tobin 1993

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Assists (Defenseman) 3 Justin Shay Ground Balls 61 D.J. Driscoll Ground Balls (Goaltender) 52 Alex Cade Saves 218 Rob Simpson Save Percentage .652 Joey Kemp Goals-Against Average 7.35 Ryan Jewell Victories (Goaltender) 9 Alex Cade Minutes Played (Goaltender) 724:28 Alex Cade

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Head coach Kevin Corrigan and his staff have guided the Irish to eight straight NCAA Championship appearances, including trips to Championship Weekend twice in the last four seasons.


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KEVIN CORRIGAN Head Coach 26th Season Virginia ‘81

Kevin Corrigan is entering his 26th season on the Fighting Irish sideline in 2014. Since his arrival on campus in 1988, Corrigan has built Notre Dame into one of the premier men’s lacrosse programs in the country. He boasts a 241-114 (.679) record during his impressive Notre Dame tenure, which currently is the second longest among active Division I men’s lacrosse head coaches. Inheriting a program that had never earned a berth in the NCAA Championship, Corrigan has made the Irish a staple in the postseason. He has led the Fighting Irish to Championship Weekend three times, including two appearances in the last four seasons. Notre Dame made the program’s first-ever appearance in the national title game in 2010 and the Irish were national semifinalists in 2001 and 2012. Notre Dame has finished as NCAA quarterfinalists five times under Corrigan (1995, 2000, 2008, 2011, 2013). Notre Dame has garnered 18 invitations to the NCAA Championship since 1990, including a current run of eight straight trips, which is a program-best streak. Notre Dame and Maryland are the only two schools to appear in the NCAA Championship in each of the last eight seasons. The Irish have made four straight quarterfinal appearances and have received a national seed and a first-round home game five times in the past six years. Corrigan’s Irish squads have won 16 conference titles, including the 2012 BIG EAST regular-season championship, and have finished in the top 20 of the national rankings in 20 of the last 21 campaigns. Notre Dame has been adept at winning big games under Corrigan, registering 83 victories over nationally-ranked opponents, including 28 vs. top-10 foes. At least one Irish player has garnered All-America accolades in each of the last 21 years, with 33 individuals earning a total of 60 All-America honors. The Irish have had multiple All-America honorees in each CAREER RECORD: 251-129 (.661), 27 years RECORD AT NOTRE DAME: 241-114 (.679), 25 years BIG EAST COACH OF THE YEAR: 2012 GWLL COACH OF THE YEAR: 1994, 1996, 2001, 2007, 2009

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of the last nine seasons and a program record six players received All-America citations in 2011. The Fighting Irish also have hauled in numerous amounts of all-conference hardware under Corrigan’s direction. Notre Dame was a member of the Great Western Lacrosse League (GWLL) from 1994-2009 and during that time, six Irish players were named the GWLL player of the year. Notre Dame student-athletes gained all-GWLL accolades on 94 occasions, an average of nearly six per season. Corrigan was named the GWLL coach of the year fives times, including in 2009, which was the final season for the conference. Notre Dame also won the only two GWLL tournaments ever held (2008 & 2009). In four seasons of BIG EAST Conference play Notre Dame garnered 23 all-league honors. David Earl became the first Irish player to capture a major postseason award from the conference as he was selected the midfielder of the year in 2011. Three such awards came Notre Dame’s way in 2012 as John Kemp was named the conference’s goalkeeper of the year, Kevin Randall took home the defensive player of the year award and Corrigan was tapped as the BIG EAST coach of the year for the first time. That upped his conference coach-of-the-year award tally to six. Moving to the BIG EAST was not the only significant change for the Fighting Irish in 2010 as the team

began play in its state of the art facility, Arlotta Stadium. Playing in a top-level league and in the multi-million dollar stadium will help Corrigan keep the Notre Dame program among the nation’s best for years to come. The last six seasons have witnessed the Fighting Irish achieve unprecedented success within the program and cement itself as one of the nation’s top teams. Since the beginning of the 2008 campaign, the Irish rank fourth nationally in wins (74) and they are third in winning percentage (.771). In 2008, Notre Dame played host to an NCAA tournament game for the first time. The 2009 campaign featured the Irish posting the first undefeated regular season (13-0) in program history before extending their record to a school-best 15-0 in the GWLL tournament. Notre Dame reached its first NCAA title game in `10 and followed that up by achieving the No. 1 national ranking during the `11 regular season. The Fighting Irish returned to the top of the polls twice during the 2013 regular season before garnering the No. 2 seed for the NCAA Championship. That signified Notre Dame’s highest seed ever for the tournament. The Irish earned the seed with an impressive resume that featured five wins over topfive teams and they boasted the nation’s No. 1 RPI.

The Corrigan Ledger Year School W L Pct. 1985 Randolph-Macon 5 6 .454 1986 Randolph-Macon 5 9 .357 Two-Year Totals 10 15 .400 Final W L Pct. Rank Conference Year School 1989 Notre Dame 7 6 .538 -- 1-2 GLC 1990 Notre Dame 9 7 .563 17 3-0 GLC/1st 1991 Notre Dame 7 7 .500 -- 2-1 GLC 1992 Notre Dame 10 5 .667 -- 2-1 GLC/1st 1993 Notre Dame 11 3 .786 15 3-0 GLC/1st 1994 Notre Dame 10 2 .833 14 3-0 GWLL/1st 1995 Notre Dame 9 5 .643 15 4-0 GWLL/1st 1996 Notre Dame 9 4 .692 11 4-0 GWLL/1st 1997 Notre Dame 9 3 .750 9 3-0 GWLL/1st 1998 Notre Dame 5 7 .417 20 2-1 GWLL 1999 Notre Dame 8 6 .571 14 3-1 GWLL/T-1st 2000 Notre Dame 10 4 .714 13 5-0 GWLL/1st 2001 Notre Dame 14 2 .875 4 5-0 GWLL/1st 2002 Notre Dame 5 8 .385 -- 4-1 GWLL/T-1st 2003 Notre Dame 9 5 .643 18 4-1 GWLL/T-1st 2004 Notre Dame 7 5 .583 12 4-1 GWLL 2005 Notre Dame 7 4 .636 19 3-2 GWLL 3-2 GWLL 2006 Notre Dame 10 5 .667 17 5-0 GWLL/1st 2007 Notre Dame 11 4 .733 11 5 4-1 GWLL*/T-1st 2008 Notre Dame 14 3 .824 2009 Notre Dame 15 1 .938 2 5-0 GWLL*/1st 3 2-4 BE/T-4th 2010 Notre Dame 10 7 .588 8 5-1 BE/2nd 2011 Notre Dame 11 3 .786 5 6-0 BE/1st 2012 Notre Dame 13 3 .813 6 4-2 BE/3rd 2013 Notre Dame 11 5 .688 25-Year Totals 241 114 .679 16 regular-season titles 27-Year Career Record 251 129 .661 * - GWLL tournament champion

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Fighting Irish Notre Dame topped Detroit, 9-7, in the first round of the ’13 tournament to advance to the NCAA quarterfinals for the fourth straight season and for the eighth time under Corrigan. The season came to an end with a 12-11 setback to Duke at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Attackman Matt Kavanagh combined for seven goals and three assists in the two NCAA tournament games and finished the season with 32 goals, which established a program record for a freshman. He was one of four Fighting Irish players to earn All-America accolades from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) in ‘13. Kemp copped All-America honors for the third straight season, while senior defenseman Matt Miller and junior midfielder Jim Marlatt both received their second citation. Notre Dame checked off another program-first in 2012 by winning the BIG EAST regular-season title. The Irish posted a perfect 6-0 league mark and went 13-3 overall. The Fighting Irish had the nation’s top defense by allowing just 6.31 goals per game. That signified the fourth consecutive season that Notre Dame finished first or second nationally in team defense. The Irish also had the nation’s top mandown defense in `12 (.892). Kemp and Randall were named to the 2012 USILA All-America First Team. Kemp’s first-team nod earned him the Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top goalie. He joined his older brother Joey, the 2008 recipient, as What his teams have done … • 2010 NCAA finalist • 2001 & 2012 NCAA semifinalist • 1995, 2000, 2008, 2011, 2013 NCAA quarterfinalist • 18 NCAA Championship berths • 16 regular-season conference titles (12 GWLL, 3 Great Lakes Conference, 1 BIG EAST) • GWLL Tournament champion (2008 & 2009) • 21 finishes in the national top 20, including 20 in the last 21 seasons • 83 wins over ranked opponents, including 28 vs. top-10 teams What his Notre Dame players have done … • E arned All-America honors 60 times, including at least once in each of the last 21 years • 2010 NCAA Championship Most Outstanding Player (Scott Rodgers) • Six GWLL Player of the Year honors • Three BIG EAST Player of the Year honors • Earned all-conference honors 139 times • Earned Academic All-America honors three times • Participated in STX North/South All-Star Classic 19 times • Played on national teams seven times • Gone on to professional careers on 35 occasions

the only other Notre Dame player to cop the award. They are the only brother duo to receive the award, which has been presented since 1949. The Kemp duo is among five Notre Dame goalies that have received All-America honors under Corrigan’s tutelage. Notre Dame garnered the No. 4 seed for the ‘12 NCAA Championship and captured a 13-7 home victory over Yale in the first round. The Irish knocked off fifth-seeded Virginia, 12-10, in the quarterfinals to advance to the national semifinals for the third time in school history. A 7-5 setback to Loyola, the eventual champion, ended Notre Dame’s bid for its first national title. Corrigan has taken the Fighting Irish program to a level where they are in serious contention for the NCAA crown year in and year out. He has changed the mindset of how Notre Dame is viewed on the national landscape of college lacrosse. Corrigan and his staff have helped grow the sport of lacrosse in the state of Indiana and all over the Midwest by conducting clinics and showcasing a top-10 team that fans in the region are able to come and watch. Those efforts helped Indianapolis land the 2013 NCAA quarterfinals. The work that Corrigan has done in shaping Notre Dame into one of the top lacrosse programs in the country has not gone unnoticed. In 2009, he was honored with the Frenchy Julien Service Award from the USILA. The award is presented in honor of former Chief Referee, Joseph R. “Frenchy” Julien for outstanding and continuous service to the sport. Corrigan has continued the tradition of academic success for the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse program. Since first competing on the varsity level in 1981, every Irish lacrosse senior has graduated. Three players since 1997 have gained Academic All-America honors, while 15 Notre Dame student-athletes have been named Scholar All-Americans by the USILA. In 2012, Randall was named a USILA Scholar AllAmerican, a Senior CLASS Award finalist and he received the BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award. In addition, sophomore Tyler Brenneman became the first Irish player to earn the Elite 89 Award, which is presented to the player with the highest grade-point average from all of the teams that advanced to the national semifinals. Miller was a finalist for the 2013 Senior CLASS Award along with being a USILA Scholar All-American. Many of the best players in Notre Dame history have played under Corrigan, as his graduates include each of the top five point scorers in the program’s history, six of the top seven goal scorers and each of the top six players on the career assist list. Playing beyond the college level has been a reality for a number of Corrigan’s student-athletes. Over 35 have been a member of a professional team in either Major League Lacrosse or the National Lacrosse League. Six of his Irish players, including Kavanagh, have earned spots on United States national teams. Five of them have come away with gold medals, including defenseman D.J. Driscoll at the `10 Federation of

Kevin Corrigan vs. All Opponents Adelphi 1-1 Air Force 20-1 Albany 1-0 Army 3-1 Bellarmine 4-0 Brown 2-0 Bucknell 2-0 Butler 13-1 Canisius 4-0 Colgate 1-0 Cornell 1-5 Dartmouth 6-2 Delaware 1-0 Denison 3-1 Denver 13-3 Detroit 1-0 Drexel 4-0 Duke 5-4 Fairfield 4-2 Georgetown 5-7 Guilford 1-1 Hampden-Sydney 0-2 Hartford 2-0 Harvard 7-3 Hobart 6-1 Hofstra 7-8 Johns Hopkins 1-4 Kenyon 2-0 Lake Forest 4-0 Lehigh 4-0 5-13 Loyola (Md.) Lynchburg College 2-0 Marquette 1-0 Maryland 1-4 Maryland-Baltimore County 3-1 Massachusetts 1-4 Michigan State 5-3 Mt. St. Mary’s 2-3 New Hampshire 2-0 1-1 New Haven North Carolina 5-6 Ohio State 22-4 Ohio Wesleyan 1-5 Pennsylvania 3-2 Penn State 14-5 Pfeiffer 1-0 Potsdam 0-1 Princeton 1-1 Providence 4-0 Quinnipiac 6-0 Radford 2-0 Roanoke 0-2 Rutgers 6-1 St. Bonaventure 1-0 St. John’s 3-2 St. Mary’s (Md.) 1-1 San Diego State 1-0 Stony Brook 1-1 Syracuse 1-6 Vermont 1-0 Villanova 12-2 Virginia 2-4 Virginia Military Institute 1-1 Virginia Tech 2-0 William & Mary 0-2 Wooster 3-0 Yale 1-0 2014 opponents in bold 251-129

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International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship in Manchester, England. Kavanagh helped the U.S. capture the 2012 FIL Under-19 World Championship with a 10-8 victory over Canada, which featured fellow Irish sophomore Kyle Trolley. Kavanagh was named tournament MVP and the most outstanding attackman of the event. It certainly did not take Corrigan long to place Notre Dame on the national lacrosse map. After leading the Irish to a 7-6 record in his first season in 1989, Corrigan’s 1990 squad made history by gaining the school’s first-ever USILA national ranking (17th in the final poll) and earning Notre Dame’s first invitation to the NCAA Championship. Notre Dame appeared in the NCAA tournament eight times in nine seasons from 1992-2001. The 1993 campaign saw the Irish make their third trip to the NCAAs and finish with a then program-record of 11 victories (11-3). Defenseman Mike Iorio became the first player in Irish history to be named an AllAmerican, copping third-team honors. Corrigan wound up the season with an invitation to coach the North team in the North-South All-Star Game. His North squad took home a 28-16 victory. In 1994, Corrigan guided the Irish to their third straight conference title - and the first for the newlyformed GWLL - Notre Dame posted a 10-2 overall mark and clinched an NCAA bid. He also was selected GWLL coach of the year for the second time in three seasons. Corrigan helped Notre Dame reach new heights in 1995 by notching its first-ever NCAA tournament win in a come-from-behind 12-10 victory at Duke, which marked the first time a team from the West had won an NCAA game. Notre Dame’s season culminated with an appearance in the NCAA quarterfinals, where the Irish lost to eventual national runner-up Maryland, 14-11.

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Fighting Irish Iorio and Randy Colley, the ‘95 GWLL player of the year, both earned All-America honors. Iorio was a second-team honoree, as he became Notre Dame’s first three-time All-American, while Colley earned honorable-mention accolades for the second consecutive year and finished his career as the school’s alltime leading scorer. His 273 points (173 G, 100 A) were 87 better than the previous Irish record. Notre Dame cracked the national top 10 for the first time ever in 1996, climbing to seventh in the USILA poll in mid-April. The 1997 campaign saw Notre Dame earn its first-ever victory over a top-five opponent as the Irish defeated #4 Hofstra, 10-9, at Moose Krause Stadium before earning the program’s sixth straight NCAA Championship bid. Corrigan and the Irish upset fifth-ranked Loyola, 15-13, in the first round of the 2000 NCAA tournament to advance to the quarterfinals for the second time where they fell to fourth-ranked Johns Hopkins, 15-11. Notre Dame finished the season 10-4 and undefeated in the GWLL (5-0). In 2001, Notre Dame beat perennial powers Virginia (11-8) and Loyola (10-7) on the road as the Irish started the season 5-0. The only blemish on their regular-season schedule was an 11-10 overtime loss at Hofstra. After concluding the regular season with a 12-1 mark, Notre Dame was awarded the fifth seed in the 12-team championship field, marking the first NCAA seeding in Irish history. A 12-7 first-round victory over Bucknell and a triumph against fourth-seeded Johns Hopkins (13-9) sent the Fighting Irish to Championship Weekend for the first time in program history. Notre Dame’s journey ended with a 12-5 loss to Syracuse in the semifinals in Piscataway, N.J. The Irish concluded the campaign with a 14-2 record and ranked fourth nationally. Five players earned USILA All-America honors in ‘01, with attackman Tom Glatzel becoming the school’s first-ever first-team selection, as well as one of five finalists for the Tewaaraton Trophy, given to the nation’s top player. Mike Adams also became the program’s third CoSIDA Academic All-American, when he garnered first-team honors in the ‘01 men’s spring at-large program.

The accomplishments of the ‘01 team were even more impressive considering they came when the Irish program lacked any grant-in-aid scholarships. Shortly thereafter, it was announced by then athletics director Kevin White that all Notre Dame programs would begin a process of offering the maximum number of grants-in-aid allowed by the NCAA, making future trips to the final four by the Irish lacrosse team a greater possibility. Notre Dame’s current run of eight straight NCAA Championship appearances began in 2006 when the Irish appeared in the field for the first time since their trek to the semifinals in `01. The Fighting Irish fell to top-ranked, and eventual national champion, Virginia, 14-10 in the first round of the ‘06 tournament. The four-point margin was the closest outcome for the Cavaliers during their four-game run to the title and the second-closest margin over the course of their undefeated campaign. The 2007 season saw the Fighting Irish notch an 11-4 record, including a perfect 5-0 league mark to win their 10th GWLL title. Notre Dame made its second straight trip to the NCAA Championship and fell at eventual national champion Johns Hopkins, 11-10, in overtime. Corrigan was tapped as the GWLL coach of the year for the fourth time, while Kemp was named the ‘07 GWLL player of the year and Will Yeatman was selected as the league’s newcomer of the year. Following a 12-6 win at Ohio State that clinched the `07 GWLL title for the Irish, Corrigan was named the US Lacrosse national coach of the week. A significant accomplishment for Corrigan and the Notre Dame program occurred in 2008 when the Irish earned the No. 6 seed for the NCAA Championship and were able to host an NCAA tournament game for the first time. The Fighting Irish made the most of their home-field advantage by topping Colgate 8-7 in overtime to advance to the quarterfinals for the fourth time. After falling to Syracuse, 11-9, Notre Dame concluded the season with a 14-3 mark and ranked fifth in the final USILA poll.

With Kevin Corrigan entering his 26th season as head coach of the Fighting Irish men’s lacrosse program in 2014, he is the 12th coach in Notre Dame history to guide a team for at least 26 seasons. Here is a breakdown of the longest coaching tenures in Notre Dame history … Coach Sport Seasons 1. Jake Kline Baseball 42 (1934-75) 2. Joe Piane Track/Cross Country 39 (1975-present) 3. Mike DeCicco Fencing 34 (1962-95) 4. Tim Fallon Wrestling 32 (1955-87) 5. Tom Fallon Men’s Tennis 31 (1957-87) 6t. Rev. George Holderith, C.S.C. Men’s Golf 29 (1933-61) Tim Welsh Men’s Swimming & Diving 29 (1985-present) 8t. Dennis Stark Men’s Swimming & Diving 27 (1958-85) Muffet McGraw Women’s Basketball 27 (1987-present) Bobby Bayliss Men’s Tennis 26 (1987-2013) 10t. Tim Connelly Women’s Cross Country 26 (1988-present) Kevin Corrigan Men’s Lacrosse 26 (1989-present)

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Fighting Irish Attackman Ryan Hoff tallied 40 goals as a sophomore and 41 during his junior campaign to become the second player in program history to notch backto-back 40-goal seasons. Hoff concluded his career in `09 second on Notre Dame’s all-time goals scored list with 134 tallies. The `09 campaign was a record-setting one for Corrigan and the Fighting Irish. Along with establishing program records for wins (15) and winning percentage (.938), Notre Dame ranked first among all NCAA Division I teams in goals-against average (6.19) and winning percentage. Goalie Scott Rodgers, the `09 GWLL player of the year, was first nationally in goals-against average (6.14) and save percentage (.663). After completing a 13-0 regular season, the Irish captured their second straight GWLL tournament title and received the No. 7 seed for the `09 NCAA Championship. The Irish hosted a postseason game for the second straight year, yet fell to Maryland, 7-3, in the first round. The Fighting Irish knocked off three straight top10 foes en route to the 2010 national title game. The journey began at sixth-ranked Princeton in the first round. After downing the Tigers, 8-5, Notre Dame defeated No. 3 Maryland, 7-5, to advance to the national semifinals at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md. The sensational run continued as the Irish bested seventh-ranked Cornell, 12-7, to set up a clash with Duke in the final. Notre Dame opened the `10 season with an 11-7 win at #2 Duke, yet the Blue Devils prevailed in the second meeting by taking the back-andforth contest 6-5 in overtime. Rodgers was named the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Championship, becoming just the fifth player to earn that honor from a team that did not win the title. Rodgers and the Notre Dame defense allowed just 23 goals (5.75 per game) in four tournament contests. For the season, the Irish ranked second nationally in team defense by surrendering just 7.53 goals per game. Notre Dame’s 9-0 start in `11 helped the team earn the No. 1 national ranking in both the Nike/ Inside Lacrosse media poll and the USILA coaches’ poll on April 18. The Irish would improve to 10-0 before suffering their first loss of the campaign. The Irish were seeded fourth for the ‘11 NCAA Championship and they knocked off Penn, 13-6, in the first round. The seven-goal margin of victory was the largest ever for the Irish in an NCAA tournament contest, while the 13 goals are tied for the most scored by Notre Dame in an NCAA game. The win over Penn propelled Corrigan and the Fighting Irish into the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship for the sixth time in program history. Unfortunately, it would be déjà vu as Duke avenged a 12-7 season-opening loss to the Irish by capturing a 7-5 quarterfinal victory. The Fighting Irish finished the season with an 11-3 mark and ranked second nationally in team defense with a 6.57 goals-against average.

The Corrigan family (left to right) Will, Natale, Kevin, Lis, Sidney Corrigan not only has seen his teams excel on the field and in the classroom but also in the community. Another piece of hardware that the `08 Irish squad received was the Trophy Award at Notre Dame’s seventh annual O.S.C.A.R.S. (Outstanding StudentAthletes Celebrating Achievements and Recognition Showcase). Established by the Office of Student Welfare and Development at Notre Dame, The Trophy Award annually recognizes an athletic team that has demonstrated its commitment and dedication to the community through unparalleled community service to Notre Dame and South Bend. The Irish have been very active in the South Bend area, including mentorship programs at various local schools. Corrigan has made the student-athlete experience special for the players that have competed for him at Notre Dame. The program has embarked on four foreign trips since `95. The treks have been to such countries as Ireland, England, Wales, Czech Republic and - most recently - Japan in the summer of 2010. Another special experience for the student-athletes are networking trips to New York City. In the fall, Corrigan takes team members from the junior and senior classes to the Big Apple to explore networking opportunities with Notre Dame alumni. The group has visited such places as the New York Stock Exchange, BlackRock and NASDAQ. Corrigan also has taken similar trips to San Francisco and Chicago. The San Francisco trip occurred in the fall of 2010 as the Irish were on the West Coast to play Johns Hopkins. Corrigan likes to provide to his players the opportunity to compete in different areas of the United States. In recent seasons Notre Dame has played in California, Georgia, Texas, Florida and Minnesota. Corrigan was acknowledged for his contributions to the Irish lacrosse program when Notre Dame’s Monogram Club awarded him an honorary monogram in 2000. An assistant at Virginia for two years, Corrigan

became just the second head coach in Notre Dame’s history on Aug. 23, 1988. A graduate of the University of Virginia, Corrigan assisted the Cavaliers during both the 1987 and ‘88 seasons under head coach Jim “Ace” Adams. During a three-year playing career at Virginia, Corrigan scored five goals and registered six assists. He played in 20 games as a midfielder. In his sophomore season in 1979, the Cavaliers reached the NCAA final before losing to Johns Hopkins in overtime. This is Corrigan’s second stint as a head coach. He directed Randolph-Macon College (Va.), a Division III program, for two seasons, compiling a 10-15 record in 1985 and 1986. He previously served as an assistant at Randolph-Macon during the 1984 campaign. Corrigan also served as an assistant at Notre Dame during the 1983 season and at Western Albemarle (Va.) High School in 1982. He is the son of former Notre Dame athletic director Gene Corrigan, who retired in ‘97 as the commissioner of the Atlantic Coast Conference. The elder Corrigan played collegiate lacrosse at Duke and guided the Virginia and Washington & Lee lacrosse programs. He was inducted into the Lacrosse Hall of Fame in February of 1994. Kevin’s brother Tim was a three-time monogram winner as a midfielder at Notre Dame from 1984-86. Two of Kevin’s other brothers, David and Brian, also served as assistants under former Irish head lacrosse coach Rich O’Leary. Another brother, Eugene “Boo”, was Notre Dame’s associate athletics director for corporate relations and marketing from 2004-08. Boo now is the Director of Athletics at the United States Military Academy. When not coaching, Corrigan still remains active by participating in various lacrosse clinics and camps. He and his wife, Lis, reside in South Bend with their three children - Will, Sidney and Natale. Will is a junior on the Fighting Irish men’s lacrosse squad.

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GERRY BYRNE Assistant Coach Eighth Season Massachusetts-Amherst ‘86

Gerry Byrne enters the eighth season of his second stint as an assistant coach for the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team in 2014. In 2007, Byrne returned to the Fighting Irish program, where he served as an assistant from 1989-91. Prior to his return to Notre Dame, he was the head coach at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H. from 2003-06. The Fighting Irish have enjoyed tremendous success since Byrne rejoined the staff. Notre Dame has posted an 85-26 record (.766) and the Irish have earned an NCAA tournament berth all seven seasons. Notre Dame received one of the eight national seeds and a first-round home game five times in the last six seasons. The Fighting Irish have advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals in each of the last four seasons, including two trips to Championship Weekend. Notre Dame made its first-ever appearance in the national title game in 2010 and finished as a semifinalist in 2012. Byrne’s work has not gone unnoticed as he was named the 2011 Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) National Assistant Coach of the Year for NCAA Division I. During Byrne’s most recent stint on campus, Notre Dame captured three Great Western Lacrosse League (GWLL) regular-season titles and two GWLL tournament championships before the Fighting Irish moved to the BIG EAST in 2010 and won that league’s regular-season crown in 2012. Notre Dame head coach Kevin Corrigan along with Byrne and fellow assistant coach Brian Fisher received the

Fighting Irish GWLL coaching staff of the year award in 2007 and 2009 and the BIG EAST award in 2012. Since 2007, Notre Dame has produced 33 All-America and 45 all-conference selections along with having 25 student-athletes drafted into Major League Lacrosse (MLL). Nine of those draft picks have been close defensemen or long-stick midfielders. The Fighting Irish have reaped the benefits of Byrne’s defensive knowledge. Over the last seven seasons under Byrne’s direction, the Notre Dame defense has been one of the best in the nation. The Irish have finished in the top-five nationally in scoring defense six times in the last seven seasons. Notre Dame produced the nation’s top defense in 2009 by allowing a program-record 6.19 goals per game. In 2012, the Fighting Irish boasted the NCAA’s top overall defense (6.31 gpg) and man-down defense (.892). The Irish were second in team defense in `11 (6.57) and `10 (7.53), fourth in `07 (6.66) and fifth in `08 (7.04). Since the beginning of the `07 season (a span of 111 games), the Irish have limited opponents to seven goals or fewer 71 times and they have limited foes to four goals or fewer on 17 occasions. The last six seasons have witnessed the Fighting Irish achieve unprecedented success within the program and cement itself as one of the nation’s top teams. Since the beginning of the `08 campaign, the Irish rank fourth nationally in wins (74) and they are third in winning percentage (.771). In `08, Notre Dame played host to an NCAA tournament game for the first time in program history. The `09 campaign featured the Irish posting the first undefeated regular season (13-0) in program history before extending their record to a school-best 15-0 in the GWLL tournament. Notre Dame reached the NCAA title game for the first time in school history in `10 and followed that up by achieving the No. 1 national ranking during the `11 regular season. Notre Dame checked off another program-first in 2012 by winning the BIG EAST regular-season title for the first time. The Irish finished the season with a 13-3 overall record and a perfect 6-0 mark in league play. The incredible run continued into the 2013 campaign as the Fighting Irish garnered the No. 2 seed, a program best,

The Byrne family: (left to right) Pierre, Gerry, Brandon, Tracy and Rory

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for the NCAA Championship. The Irish opened the season with three straight wins over top-10 teams (Duke, Penn State, North Carolina) and took down five top-10 foes in all during the year. Those resume-building wins helped Notre Dame achieve the nation’s No. 1 ranking twice during the season. The Irish also boasted the nation’s top RPI heading into the NCAA tournament. The second-seeded Fighting Irish bested Detroit, 9-7, in the opening round of the NCAAs to advance to the quarterfinals for the fourth consecutive year and the fifth time in Byrne’s seven seasons back with the program. Notre Dame fell to eventual national champion Duke, 12-11, in the quarterfinals. Attackman Matt Kavanagh combined for seven goals and three assists in the two NCAA tournament games and finished the season with 32 goals, which established a program record for a freshman. He was one of four Fighting Irish players to earn All-America accolades from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) in ‘13. Senior goalie John Kemp copped All-America honors for the third straight season, while senior defenseman Matt Miller and junior midfielder Jim Marlatt both received their second citation. Notre Dame garnered the No. 4 seed for the 2012 NCAA Championship and the tournament run began with a 13-7 home victory over Yale and then the Irish knocked off fifthseeded Virginia, 12-10, in the quarterfinals to advance to the national semifinals for the third time in school history. A 7-5 setback to Loyola, the eventual champion, ended Notre Dame’s bid for its first national title. Kemp and senior defenseman Kevin Randall earned first team All-America honors from the USILA in `12. That duo also took home BIG EAST awards as Kemp was named the conference’s goalkeeper of the year and Randall was tapped as the defensive player of the year. They were among six Irish student-athletes that copped all-BIG EAST accolades. Also in that group were Marlatt and Miller, who were honorable mention All-America honorees in `12. Randall also was a finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award, a USILA Scholar All-American and received the BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award. Kemp’s first team All-America citation earned him the Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top goalie. He joined his older brother Joey, the 2008 recipient, as the only other Notre Dame player to cop the award. They are the only brother duo to receive the award, which has been presented since 1949. The No. 1 ranking was not the only program standard established during the `11 season. Notre Dame also produced a program-record six USILA All-America honorees. Midfielder David Earl and defenseman Kevin Ridgway both were first team selections, making it the first time Notre Dame ever had two first team All-Americans in the same season. Zach Brenneman (M), Sam Barnes (D), Andrew Irving (LSM) and John Kemp (G) rounded out the honorees. Earl, the league’s midfielder of the year, headlined a group of six all-BIG EAST performers for the Fighting Irish. Barnes, Brenneman, Earl, Irving and Ridgway also were selected in the `11 MLL Draft. Notre Dame’s 9-0 start in `11 helped the team earn the No. 1 national ranking in both the Nike/Inside Lacrosse media poll and the USILA coaches’ poll on April 18. The Irish would improve to 10-0 before suffering their first loss of the campaign.


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Fighting Irish The Irish were seeded fourth for the ‘11 NCAA Championship and they played host to Penn in the first round. The Fighting Irish topped the Quakers, 13-6, and the seven-goal margin of victory was the largest ever for the program in an NCAA tournament contest. The win over Penn set up a quarterfinal showdown with Duke. The Blue Devils avenged a 12-7 season-opening loss to the Irish with a 7-5 victory. The Irish finished the `11 campaign with an 11-3 mark and ranked eighth in the final Nike/Inside Lacrosse poll. Stout defense was a key reason why the Fighting Irish had unprecedented success in the `10 NCAA Championship. Notre Dame took down five top-10 foes during the `10 campaign, including three straight during the run to the national title game. After a 7-6 regular season, the Fighting Irish earned an at-large berth to the NCAAs and a trip to sixth-ranked Princeton in the first round. After downing the Tigers, 8-5, Notre Dame defeated No. 3 Maryland, 7-5, to advance to the national semifinals at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md. The sensational run continued as the Irish bested seventh-ranked Cornell 12-7 to set up a showdown with Duke in the final. Notre Dame opened the `10 season with an 11-7 win at then No. 2 Duke, yet the Blue Devils prevailed in the second meeting by taking the back-and-forth contest 6-5 in overtime. Senior goalie Scott Rodgers was named the Most Outstanding Player of the `10 NCAA Championship, becoming just the fifth player to earn that honor from a team that did not win the title. Rodgers and the Notre Dame defense allowed just 23 goals (5.75 per game) during the four games of the tournament. For the season, Rodgers ranked first nationally in save percentage (.605) and was third in goalsagainst average (.7.56). Ridgway and Brenneman joined Rodgers on the NCAA Championship all-tournament team and they were three of the five Fighting Irish players to earn both honorable mention All-America honors from the USILA and all-conference accolades during the first season of BIG EAST lacrosse. Earl and Grant Krebs (M) joined the trio by receiving both national and league recognition.

The `09 Irish squad posted the first undefeated regular season in program history and finished with an overall record of 15-1. The win total and winning percentage (.938) from that campaign are program records. Notre Dame received the `09 GWLL coaching staff of the year award, making it the second time in three seasons that the Irish staff garnered the accolade. The Fighting Irish had five players receive All-America honors in `09. Among the All-America selections were Rodgers, who also was named the GWLL Player of the Year, and defensemen Barnes and Regis McDermott. Those three were among a group of eight Irish players that copped allGWLL accolades during the season. The Long Island Lizards selected McDermott in the third round of the `09 MLL Draft. After completing a 13-0 regular season, the Irish captured their second consecutive GWLL tournament and received the No. 7 seed for the 2009 NCAA Championship, yet fell to Maryland, 7-3, in the first round. In `08, Notre Dame compiled a 14-3 record, including a 4-1 GWLL mark to tie for first. The sixth-seeded Fighting Irish made the most of their first-ever NCAA tournament home game by defeating Colgate 8-7 in overtime to advance to the quarterfinals, where they were topped by eventual national champion Syracuse, 11-9. Notre Dame concluded the season ranked fifth in the final USILA poll. The Irish defense came through when it counted most during the `08 campaign. In the title game of the inaugural GWLL tournament, Notre Dame, behind a stellar effort from senior goalie Joey Kemp, shut down #10 Ohio State in a 9-2 triumph to give the Irish the title. On the season, Notre Dame held its competition to six goals or fewer eight times. Four Irish players, including Kemp and defenseman Sean Dougherty, were tabbed as All-Americans in `08. Kemp became the first goalie in Irish history to be named a firstteamer and Dougherty was a third-team pick. Fellow defenseman Ross Zimmerman received first team all-GWLL honors as he helped the Irish to a three-way tie for the league’s regular-season title. In all, six Irish players garnered all-league accolades in `08. Following the season, Dougherty, Kemp and Zimmerman all were drafted into the MLL. Another piece of hardware that the `08 Irish squad received was the Trophy Award at Notre Dame’s seventh annual O.S.C.A.R.S. (Outstanding Student-Athletes Celebrating Achievements and Recognition Showcase). Established by the Office of Student Welfare and Development at Notre Dame, The Trophy Award annually recognizes an athletic team that has demonstrated its commitment and dedication to the community through unparalleled community service to Notre Dame and South Bend. The Irish have been very active in the South Bend area, including a mentorship programs at various schools in the area. In his first season back with the Irish in `07, Byrne helped guide a Notre Dame defensive unit that held opponents to a then program-record 6.66 goals per game, which ranked fourth nationally. The defense played a large role in the Irish posting an 11-4 record overall, including a perfect 5-0 conference mark to win its first outright GWLL title since 2001. The `07 season saw five Fighting Irish players earn AllAmerica honors. Juniors Dougherty and Kemp were two of those honorees that helped to bolster the stingy Notre Dame defense. Kemp also was named the GWLL Player of the Year

and was selected to the all-league first team along with Dougherty, while Zimmerman was tabbed as a secondteam all-GWLL performer. The Irish coaching staff also was recognized as the GWLL’s staff of the year. Byrne graduated cum laude from UMass Amherst in 1986 with a degree in economics. He was a two-year starter and a three-year letterman in addition to being an All-New England defenseman for the Minutemen in 1986. He was a starter in two NCAA tournament games, including the `86 quarterfinals versus Johns Hopkins. He earned his MBA from Notre Dame, where he also worked as defensive coordinator for the Fighting Irish. Byrne helped Notre Dame earn its first NCAA tournament berth during the 1990 campaign as the Irish posted a 9-7 record, including a perfect 3-0 mark in the MLA’s Great Lakes Conference, which gave them the league title. Byrne was a four-time All-United States Club Lacrosse Association member with the Brine Lacrosse Club. He was also invited to tryout with the U.S. National Team on three occasions (1989, 1997, 2001), which placed him among the top-30 defensemen in the nation. Other playing accolades for Byrne include being named an All-Lake Placid Classic performer on 11 occasions and an All-Vail Shootout competitor nine times. One of his signature years as a player came in `97. That season he was named a Vail Shootout All-Star in the Elite Division along with copping Vail Shootout MVP honors in the Masters Division. Byrne also was named the Lake Placid Tournament Defensive MVP in the Elite Division and was chosen as the Masters Division MVP. Finally, he was invited to the National Team Selection Camp and was the USCLA/ Empire League Player of the Year for the Syracuse Lacrosse Club. Byrne was inducted into the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame - New England Chapter - in 1999 and was the 2001 New Hampshire High School Coach of the Year while at Souhegan High School. He was drafted by the New York Saints of the National Lacrosse League (NLL) in 1991 and played for them in 1992. Byrne also was drafted by the Rochester Knighthawks of the NLL as a defensive forward and went on to win a World Championship with them in 1997. He continued his professional career following a threeyear retirement when the Boston Cannons of the MLL drafted him in 2000. Byrne played for the Cannons from 2000-02, while having the distinction of being the oldest active player in the league at that time. He played in the inaugural MLL Final Four in `01 and made another appearance there the following season. In addition to his duties at Saint Anselm, Byrne stayed active in the sporting world in several other ways. He served as managing director at Kiltegan Marketing Group, which is an integrated sports marketing services company with clients such as Reebok and the MLL. Byrne also has spent time as the director of marketing for Cybex International and Brine, a major manufacturer of lacrosse equipment. He also owns the Premier Players Lacrosse Camps and is the founder of the Texas Top-99. Byrne is a native of Levittown, N.Y., where he was an All-Long Island Catholic League lacrosse player at Chaminade High School before his graduation in 1982. He and his wife, Dr. Tracy Byrne, a practicing OB/GYN and a 1990 graduate of Notre Dame, are the parents of three children, Rory, Pierre and Brandon.

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MATT KARWECK Assistant Coach Second Season Notre Dame ‘06

Matt Karweck, a 2006 Notre Dame graduate, is entering his second season as an assistant coach at his alma mater in 2014. Prior to his return to Notre Dame, Karweck compiled six years of college coaching experience. During his first season back at Notre Dame, the Irish posted an 11-5 record, which included five wins over top-10 teams. That impressive resume helped the Fighting Irish garner the No. 1 national ranking twice during the regular season and ultimately get the No. 2 seed for the NCAA Championship, which marked the best seed in program history. The Irish topped Detroit, 9-7, in the first round before falling to eventual national champion Duke, 12-11, in the quarterfinals. Notre Dame opened the 2013 campaign with a 13-5 win at No. 4 Duke and followed that up with a 10-9 overtime triumph at No. 8 Penn State and a 10-9 triple-overtime victory against No. 9 North Carolina. The Irish added two more top-10 wins – a 13-12 overtime result at fifth-ranked Denver and a 9-4 victory over eighth-ranked Ohio State – en route to reaching the top spot in the national polls for just the second time in school history. Attackman Matt Kavanagh combined for seven goals and three assists in the two NCAA tournament games and finished the season with 32 goals, which established a program record for a freshman. He was one of four Fighting Irish players to earn All-America accolades from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) in 2013. Senior goalie John Kemp copped All-America honors for the third straight season, while senior defenseman Matt Miller and junior midfielder Jim Marlatt both received their second citation. Karweck came to Notre Dame from Merrimack College, where he spent one season as an assistant coach/offensive coordinator at the NCAA Division II school located in North Andover, Mass. The Warriors posted a 13-3 record in `12 and reached the title game of the Northeast-10 Conference tournament. The Warriors, who were ranked fifth nationally during the season, produced three All-Americans, including the player of the year. Karweck also taught an exercise science lab during the fall semester at Merrimack. Prior to his stint at Merrimack, Karweck was an assistant coach at the University of Detroit-Mercy for one season. He was the offensive coordinator for the

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Fighting Irish Titans during the 2011 campaign and helped the second-year program to a 6-10 mark after it went 3-12 in its first season of NCAA Division I play. Detroit also earned its first-ever berth in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) tournament and advanced to the title game. Karweck was the head coach of Indiana University’s club lacrosse program from 2007-10. The squad competed in the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA). He led Indiana to 25 wins in three seasons and was named the 2009 Great Rivers Lacrosse Conference Coach of the Year. While at Indiana, he earned a Master of Science degree in kinesiology and owned and ran Overtime Lacrosse, a summer camp program. Karweck earned four monograms (2003-06) and tallied 60 goals and 30 assists in 52 games during his playing career at Notre Dame. He received first team all-Great Western Lacrosse League honors as a senior after copping second-team accolades during his

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junior campaign. Karweck served as one of the senior captains during his final season. He graduated with a degree in psychology from Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters. After graduating from Notre Dame, Karweck competed professionally in England for one season with the Sheffield Steelers in the English Lacrosse Premiership. The Steelers captured the 2006 Bath Eights Tournament Championship. While in England, he also served as a men’s lacrosse coach at Sheffield University, and taught lacrosse in the surrounding area for the English Lacrosse Association. He returned to the United States and played two seasons for the Chicago Machine in Major League Lacrosse. Karweck, a native of Penn Yan, N.Y., attended Penn Yan Academy. He led the team to the Section V Class C High School title all four seasons, as well as the state title in 2001. His wife, Dr. Andrea Karweck, is a 2005 graduate of Notre Dame.


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KEVIN ANDERSON Volunteer Assistant Coach 18th Season Loyola ‘93

Kevin Anderson has been a member of the Notre Dame coaching staff since 1997. He spent 10 seasons as an assistant coach before transitioning to his current role of volunteer assistant in 2007. Since his arrival at Notre Dame, the Fighting Irish have compiled a 169-75 record (.693) and have advanced to Championship Weekend three times, including a berth in the 2010 national title game. The

JONATHAN RODAK Operations First Season Cazenovia College ‘09

Jonathan Rodak joined the University of Notre Dame men’s lacrosse operations staff in September of 2013. Rodak, who played collegiately at Cazenovia College, brought a wide-range of experiences in the lacrosse world to the Fighting Irish program. In his new position, Rodak is in charge of the logistics surrounding the team’s travel, film, equipment, scheduling, sponsorship, camps/clinics and also helps with improving the experience of the Notre Dame players. Rodak spent three years (2010-13) in several roles with Trilogy Lacrosse, which is one of the fastest growing youth lacrosse programs in the United States.

Irish have captured 12 conference titles during that span with the most recent being the 2012 regularseason BIG EAST championship. Anderson has helped mentor 52 All-America selections and 98 all-conference honorees. He also has seen 35 Fighting Irish student-athletes go on to professional careers either in Major League Lacrosse (MLL) or the National Lacrosse League (NLL). Notre Dame has qualified for the NCAA Tournament 12 times since 1997, including a current run of eight straight appearances. The Irish have advanced to at least the quarterfinal round in each of the last four tournaments. A native of Baltimore, Md., Anderson was a twosport standout for Loyola in lacrosse and basketball. As a midfielder for the Greyhounds from 1990-93, he collected 35 goals and 10 assists. Anderson earned United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-America honors his senior season after scoring 21 goals and dishing off six assists. He captained Loyola in his final collegiate campaign and played in the annual North-South All-Star Game.

Anderson was a member of the 1990 Loyola squad that finished as the runner-up to Syracuse in the NCAA tournament. During his sophomore season (1991), he played five games in goal and registered a career-high 21 saves in an 11-9 NCAA quarterfinal loss to North Carolina. Anderson was a starting forward for the Greyhound basketball team while lettering all four years (1989-92). He captained the squad as a senior and finished his career with 827 points and 257 rebounds. A 1993 graduate of Loyola with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, he played for the Charlotte Cobras of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League (MILL) during the 1996 season. Anderson resides in South Bend with his wife, the former Molly Lennon, a 1992 Notre Dame graduate and former Irish women’s soccer player. The couple was married in 2001 and they have three children, KJ, Shea and Finnegan.

He was club team manager, sales associate, business & logistics manager and business operations intern. He also spent several years in various roles with the Wall Lacrosse Club and was head coach of the Jersey Shore Select Lacrosse Club in 2011. Last season Rodak was an assistant coach at Montclair High School in Montclair, N.J. He was the team’s offensive coordinator and worked with the midfielders and faceoff specialists in addition to managing all operations of the offseason program. Along with his duties at Montclair High School, Rodak also served as program director for the NJ Diesel (Essex County) Lacrosse Club. He served as a liaison between players and college coaches during the recruiting process in addition to scheduling competitive tournaments for high school and youth programs. Rodak also has valuable experience at the collegiate level after spending two seasons (2011-12) as an assistant coach at Wagner College. He worked with the Seahawk defense and faceoff units. “Jonathan has been very involved in lacrosse from an organizational and promotional standpoint with Trilogy Lacrosse, which is one of the companies in lacrosse that do a really professional job in developing their club system and their teaching mode,” Notre Dame head coach Kevin Corrigan said. “He brings that

experience along with experience of coaching both at the high school and collegiate levels. All of that will help our players have the best experience that they can possibly have at Notre Dame. He’s tremendously professional and very efficient and I know he’ll do an awesome job.” Rodak was an attackman and midfielder for four seasons at Cazenovia College before graduating in 2009 with a bachelor of professional studies in sport management. He served as a team captain in addition to being the men’s lacrosse representative on the Student Athlete Advisory Council. He also has a master of science degree in sport business management from Manhattanville College. “I’m excited with the opportunity to join the University of Notre Dame and the men’s lacrosse program,” Rodak said. “I’m looking forward to working with the coaching staff and players, getting to know them as individuals and helping this program and University grow to reach new heights.” The New Jersey native is a 2004 graduate of Monsignor Donovan High School, where he was varsity captain and offensive player of the year as a senior. He currently resides in South Bend with his fiancé Sara Manello.

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Sean Carroll

D. Glenn Clarke

Media Relations

Strength and Conditioning Coach

John Heisler Sr. Associate Athletics Director (Men’s Lacrosse Administrator)

Darin Ottaviani

Steve Sollman

Marketing Coordinator

Academic Counseling

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Mandy Merritt Athletic Trainer

Jennifer Watchorn Administrative Assistant


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Season In Review

Defenseman Matt Miller copped several honors during his senior season. The Irish captain earned third team All-America accolades along with being an all-BIG EAST first-team pick and a USILA Scholar All-American. He also was a finalist for the Senior CLASS Award.


2013 STATISTICS

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2013 HONORS/AWARDS

Fighting Irish Honors & Awards

Overall: 11-5 H: 5-2, A: 5-0, N: 1-3 BIG EAST: 4-2 (3rd) NCAA Quarterfinalist 2/16 2/24 3/2 3/9 3/16 3/20 3/24 3/30 4/2 4/7 4/14 4/20 4/27

Quinn Cully (Sr./M) • MLL Draft Pick (Boston-8th Round)

(3) at Duke (4) W, 13-5 (3) at Penn State (8) W, 10-9 (ot) (2) N. CAROLINA (9) W, 10-9 (3ot) (2) HOFSTRA (15) L, 7-8 (3) at Denver (5) % W, 13-12 (ot) (3) OHIO STATE (8) W, 9-4 (3) at Rutgers* W, 7-6 (1) ST. JOHN’S* (19) L, 10-12 (4) vs. Marquette W, 17-5 (Loyola Academy • Wilmette, Ill.) (4) at Providence* W, 13-8 (4) GEORGETOWN* W, 10-8 (2) VILLANOVA* (19) W, 13-9 (1) vs. Syracuse* (7) $ L, 4-10

BIG EAST Championship (Villanova, Pa.) 5/2

Semifinal (5) vs. Syracuse (3)

L, 3-9

NCAA Championship First Round (2) DETROIT W, 9-7 Quarterfinal (Indianapolis, Ind.) 5/19 (2) vs. Duke (7) L, 11-12

5/11

Home games in BOLD CAPS * - BIG EAST game % - Mile High Classic $ - Big City Classic (East Rutherford, N.J.)

2013 BIG EAST Standings

Conference Overall School W L W L 1. Syracuse 5 1 16 4 Villanova 5 1 7 8 3. NOTRE DAME 4 2 11 5 4. St. John’s 3 3 9 4 Georgetown 3 3 6 9 6. Providence 1 5 8 8 7. Rutgers 0 6 2 13

Conor Doyle (So./A) • BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (2/25) Matt Kavanagh (Fr./A) • USILA All-American (Honorable Mention) • All-BIG EAST (1st Team) • BIG EAST Offensive Player/Week (3/4) • Cascade National Rookie/Week (2/21) • Tewaaraton Award Watch List John Kemp (Sr./G) • USILA All-American (Honorable Mention) • All-BIG EAST (1st Team) • BIG EAST Defensive Player/Week (2/18) • Tewaaraton Award Nominee • Tewaaraton Award Watch List • MLL Draft Pick (Rochester-4th Round) Jim Marlatt (Jr./M) • USILA All-American (3rd Team) • All-BIG EAST (1st Team) • BIG EAST Offensive Player/Week (2/18) • Tewaaraton Award Watch List Matt Miller (Sr./D) • USILA All-American (3rd Team) • All-BIG EAST (1st Team) • USILA Scholar All-American • Senior CLASS Award Finalist • USILA North-South Game Participant • BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (4/15) • MLL Draft Pick (Rochester-6th Round) Steve Murphy (Sr./M) • MLL Draft Pick (New York-7th Round) Stephen O’Hara (Jr./D) • All-BIG EAST (2nd Team) Nick Ossello (So./M/FO) • BIG EAST Championship All-Tournament Team • BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (4/8) Sean Rogers (Sr./A) • All-BIG EAST (2nd Team) • Tewaaraton Award Watch List • BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (3/18, 4/8, 4/15) John Scioscia (So./A) • BIG EAST Offensive Player/Week (4/22)

Irish in the BIG EAST & NCAA Rankings Statistic BIG EAST NCAA John Kemp Goals-Against Average 8.19 1st 10th Save Percentage .539 3rd 22nd Team Statistic BIG EAST NCAA 8.31 1st 10th Scoring Defense Man-Down Defense .737 1st 10th .688 3rd 16th Winning Percentage Scoring Margin +1.63 2nd 18th

INDIVIDUAL HIGHS

Points Goals Assists Shots SOG GB Saves

7 6 3 3 11 11 8 15 15

TEAM HIGHS

OPPONENT HIGHS LOWS

John Scioscia John Scioscia Matt Kavanagh Sean Rogers Matt Kavanagh Jim Marlatt Jim Marlatt Nick Ossello John Kemp

Goals 17 vs. Marquette Assists 11 at Denver Points 26 vs. Marquette Shots 46 at Providence SOG 26 at Providence GB 37 at Providence FO Won 20 at Providence FO% .833 (20-24) at Providence Saves 15 vs. Syracuse* Penalties 6 at Denver Goals 12 (three times) Assists 9 Denver Points 21 Denver Shots 43 Duke^ GB 40 Villanova FO Won 16 Villanova 16 Duke^ FO% .681 (15-22) at Duke Saves 15 N. Carolina Penalties 5 Rutgers 5 Syracuse

vs. Marquette vs. Marquette vs. Duke^ vs. Marquette vs. N. Carolina at Duke vs. Hofstra at Providence vs. Syracuse*

LOWS

3 vs. Syracuse* 0 vs. Syracuse 4 vs. Syracuse* 4 vs. Syracuse 24 vs. Syracuse 10 vs. Syracuse 19 vs. Syracuse 6 vs. Hofstra .318 (7-22) at Duke 4 at Denver 4 vs. Georgetown 0 at Duke 0 vs. Duke^ 4 Ohio State 2 Marquette 7 Marquette 20 Marquette 18 Denver 4 Providence

.167 (4-24) at Providence 4 Duke^ 1 Hofstra 1 Ohio State

^ - NCAA Tournament * - BIG EAST Tournament

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2013 BOX SCORES

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GAME#2 #3 Notre Dame 10 #8 Penn State 9 (OT)

GAME#1 #3 Notre Dame 13 #4 Duke 5

February 24, 2013 Holuba Hall • University Park, Pa.

February 16, 2013 Koskinen Stadium • Durham, N.C. Team Notre Dame (1-0) Duke (1-2)

1 2 3 4 Total 2 6 2 3 13 0 1 3 1 5

Scoring Summary First Quarter ND 1: Jim Marlatt (1) unassisted, 8:56 ND 2: Steve Murphy (1) unassisted, 6:41 Second Quarter ND 3: Matt Kavanagh (1) from Ryan Foley (1), 13:55 ND 4: Steve Murphy (2) from Nick Ossello (1), 11:51 ND 5: Matt Kavanagh (2) from Jim Marlatt (1), 7:21 ND 6: Jim Marlatt (2) from Will Corrigan (1), 2:55 DU 1: Myles Jones (1) unassisted, 0:39 ND 7: Jim Marlatt (3) unassisted, 0:13 ND 8: Matt Kavanagh (3) unassisted, 0:05 Third Quarter DU 2: Jordan Wolf (1) from Christian Walsh (1), 14:41 DU 3: Josh Offit (1) from Will Haus (1), 9:08 DU 4: Jake Tripucka (1) from David Lawson (1), 8:20 ND 9: Sean Rogers (1) unassisted, 5:42 ND 10: Jim Marlatt (4) from Matt Kavanagh (1), 0:25 Fourth Quarter ND 11: Sean Rogers (2) unassisted, 8:16 ND 12: Matt Kavanagh (4) unassisted, 6:32 DU 5: Josh Offit (2) unassisted, 3:56 ND 13: Jim Marlatt (5) unassisted, 0:53 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Notre Dame: Jim Marlatt 5-1, Matt Kavanagh 4-1, Sean Rogers 2-0, Steve Murphy 2-0, Ryan Foley 0-1, Will Corrigan 0-1, Nick Ossello 0-1 Duke: Josh Offit 2-0, Jordan Wolf 1-0, Jake Tripucka 1-0, Myles Jones 1-0, Christian Walsh 0-1, David Lawson 0-1, Will Haus 0-1 Goalies Notre Dame: John Kemp (W, 60:00, 10 saves, 5 GA) Duke: Dan Wigrizer (L, 46:00, 6 saves, 8 GA), Ben Krebs (11:51, 2 saves, 4 GA), Kyle Turri (2:09, 0 saves, 1 GA) Ground Balls Notre Dame: Jim Marlatt 5, Liam O’Connor 3, Westy Hopkins 2, Matt Kavanagh 2, Stephen O’Hara 2, Matt Miller 2, Brian Buglione 2, John Kemp 2, Tyler Andersen 2, Will Corrigan 1, David Miller 1, Steve Murphy 1, Jack Near 1, Ryan Mix 1, Quinn Cully 1 Duke: Brendan Fowler 10, Luke Duprey 4, Jordan Wolf 2, Chris Hipps 2, Bill Conners 2, Dan Wigrizer 2, Jake Tripucka 2, Brian Dailey 2, Christian Walsh 1, David Lawson 1, Will Haus 1, Myles Jones 1, Kyle Keenan 1, Josh Offit 1, Greg DeLuca 1, Ben Krebs 1 Faceoffs Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 7-18, Nick Ossello 0-3, Trevor Brosco 0-1 Duke: Brendan Fowler 15-22 Team Stats Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties

ND DU 37 29 28 34 7-22 15-22 22-25 15-19 0-2 0-0 10 8 0/0:00 2/2:00

Attendance: 573

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Team Notre Dame (2-0) Penn State (2-1)

1 2 3 4 OT Total 2 1 2 4 1 10 1 2 3 3 0 9

Scoring Summary First Quarter ND 1: Conor Doyle (1) unassisted, 13:25 ND 2: Conor Doyle (2) from Jim Marlatt (1), 8:10 PSU 1: TJ Sanders (1) from Shane Sturgis (1), 2:02 Second Quarter PSU 2: Jack Forster (1) unassisted, 10:39 PSU 3: Jack Forster (2) unassisted, 6:39 ND 3: Westy Hopkins (1) unassisted, 0:58 Third Quarter ND 4: Jim Marlatt (1) from Conor Doyle (1), 14:02 PSU 4: Tom LaCrosse (1) unassisted, 9:59 PSU 5: Jack Forster (3) unassisted, 5:02 ND 5: Steve Murphy (1) from Westy Hopkins (1), 2:12 PSU 6: Kyle Zittel (1) from TJ Sanders (1), 0:52 Fourth Quarter PSU 7: Kyle VanThof (1) from Jack Forster (1), 14:19 (UP) ND 6: Tyler Kimball (1) unassisted, 9:34 ND 7: Liam O’Connor (1) unassisted, 9:28 PSU 8: Tom LaCrosse (2) unassisted, 6:24 ND 8: Conor Doyle (3) from Ryan Foley (1), 0:24 ND 9: Liam O’Connor (2) unassisted, 0:18 PSU 9: Tom LaCrosse (3) unassisted, 0:01 Overtime ND 10: Matt Kavanagh (1) from Ryan Foley (2), 1:34 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Notre Dame: Conor Doyle 3-1, Liam O’Connor 2-0, Jim Marlatt 1-1, Westy Hopkins 1-1, Matt Kavanagh 1-0, Steve Murphy 1-0, Tyler Kimball 1-0, Ryan Foley 0-2 Penn State: Jack Forster 3-1, Tom LaCrosse 3-0, TJ Sanders 1-1, Kyle VanThof 1-0, Kyle Zittel 1-0, Shane Sturgis 0-1 Goalies Notre Dame: John Kemp (W, 62:26, 10 saves, 9 GA) Penn State: Austin Kaut (L, 62:26, 10 saves, 10 GA) Ground Balls Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 7, Tyler Andersen 3, Stephen O’Hara 2, Sean Rogers 2, John Kemp 2, Jim Marlatt 1, Matt Miller 1, Ryan Foley 1, Will Corrigan 1, Brian Buglione 1, Conor Doyle 1, Matt Kavanagh 1, Westy Hopkins 1, Steve Murphy 1, Jack Near 1 Penn State: Steven Bogert 5, Austin Kaut 5, Jack Forster 4, Danny Henneghan 2, JP Burnside 2, Jack Donnelly 2, Michael Richards 1, Tyler Travis 1, Kessler Brown 1, TJ Sanders 1, Travis Crane 1, Kyle VanThof 1, Sammy Davis 1 Faceoffs Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 10-21 Penn State: Danny Henneghan 11-21 Team Stats Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties Attendance: 1,249

ND PSU 38 34 26 27 10-21 11-21 20-23 23-24 0-3 1-4 10 10 4/3:00 3/2:30


2013 BOX SCORES

Fighting Irish

GAME#3 #9 North Carolina 9 #2 Notre Dame 10 (3OT)

GAME#4 #15 Hofstra 8 #2 Notre Dame 7

March 2, 2013 Arlotta Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.

March 9, 2013 Arlotta Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.

Team 1 2 3 4 OT OT2 OT3 Total North Carolina (2-2) 2 2 4 1 0 0 0 9 Notre Dame (3-0) 3 2 1 3 0 0 1 10

Team Hofstra (4-1) Notre Dame (3-1)

Scoring Summary First Quarter ND 1: Jack Near (1) from Sean Rogers (1), 9:25 ND 2: Conor Doyle (1) from Liam O’Connor (1), 9:17 NC 1: Joey Sankey (1) from Jimmy Bitter (1), 7:32 ND 3: Will Corrigan (1) from Matt Kavanagh (1), 1:49 (UP) NC 2: Marcus Holman (1) from Greg McBride (1), 1:08 Second Quarter NC 3: Steve Pontrello (1) from Spencer Parks (1), 13:02 NC 4: Marcus Holman (2) from Jimmy Bitter (2), 9:59 ND 4: Jim Marlatt (1) unassisted, 6:47 ND 5: Matt Kavanagh (1) unassisted, 0:51 Third Quarter NC 5: Steve Pontrello (2) from Jimmy Bitter (3), 13:02 NC 6: Jimmy Bitter (1) unassisted, 11:52 NC 7: Joey Sankey (1) unassisted, 5:35 NC 8: Pat Foster (1) from Joey Sankey (1), 2:10 ND 6: Sean Rogers (2) from Conor Doyle (1), 0:36 Fourth Quarter NC 9: Spencer Parks (1) unassisted, 8:29 ND 7: Matt Kavanagh (2) unassisted, 7:43 ND 8: Sean Rogers (2) from Matt Kavanagh (2), 0:57 (UP) ND 9: Matt Kavanagh (3) from Conor Doyle (2), 0:11 Third Overtime ND 10: Matt Kavanagh (4) from Jim Marlatt (1), 3:45 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) North Carolina: Joey Sankey 2-1, Marcus Holman 2-0, Steve Pontrello 2-0, Jimmy Bitter 1-3, Spencer Parks 1-1, Pat Foster 1-0, Greg McBride 0-1 Notre Dame: Matt Kavanagh 4-2, Sean Rogers 2-1, Conor Doyle 1-2, Jim Marlatt 1-1, Will Corrigan 1-0, Jack Near 1-0, Liam O’Connor 0-1 Goalies North Carolina: Kieran Burke (L, 68:15, 15 saves, 10 GA) Notre Dame: John Kemp (W, 68:15, 11 saves, 9 GA) Ground Balls North Carolina: Kieran Burke 3, Jimmy Bitter 3, Jake Bailey 3, Kieran McDonald 3, Greg McBride 3, Ryan Kilpatrick 3, Joey Sankey 2, Marcus Holman 1, Davey Emala 1, Chad Tutton 1, Frankie Kelly 1, R.G. Keenan 1, Ryan Creighton 1, Evan Connell 1 Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 9, Jim Marlatt 4, Conor Doyle 2, Matt Landis 2, Sean Rogers 1, Will Corrigan 1, Matt Miller 1, Westy Hopkins 1, Steve Murphy 1, Tyler Kimball 1, Jack Near 1, Quinn Cully 1 Faceoffs North Carolina: R.G. Keenan 6-19, Frankie Kelly 2-6 Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 17-25

Scoring Summary First Quarter ND 1: Conor Doyle (1) from Will Corrigan (1), 12:56 HU 1: Torin Varn (1) from Drew Coholan (1), 12:07 HU 2: Brian von Bargen (1) unassisted, 8:44 HU 3: Torin Varn (2) from Michael Hamilton (1), 5:23 ND 2: Conor Doyle (2) unassisted, 0:28 Second Quarter ND 3: Nick Ossello (1) unassisted, 10:11 ND 4: Jim Marlatt (1) unassisted, 5:30 HU 4: Lance Yapor (1) unassisted, 2:37 Third Quarter ND 5: Tyler Kimball (1) unassisted, 7:40 HU 5: Adrian Sorichetti (1) from Sam Llinares (2), 3:39 HU 6: Mike Malave (1) unassisted, 2:25 Fourth Quarter HU 7: Tyler Begley (1) unassisted, 10:56 HU 8: Sam Llinares (1) unassisted, 9:55 ND 6: Conor Doyle (3) unassisted, 3:34 ND 7: Sean Rogers (1) from Ryan Foley (1), 0:36 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Hofstra: Torin Varn 2-0, Sam Llinares 1-1, Lance Yapor 1-0, Mike Malave 1-0, Adrian Sorichetti 1-0, Tyler Begley 1-0, Brian von Bargen 1-0, Drew Coholan 0-1, Michael Hamilton 0-1 Notre Dame: Conor Doyle 3-0, Sean Rogers 1-0, Jim Marlatt 1-0, Tyler Kimball 1-0, Nick Ossello 1-0, Ryan Foley 0-1, Will Corrigan 0-1 Goalies Hofstra: Chris Selva (W, 60:00, 11 saves, 7 GA) Notre Dame: John Kemp (L, 60:00, 11 saves, 8 GA) Ground Balls Hofstra: Ryan Rielly 5, Sam Llinares 3, John Antoniades 3, Chris Selva 2, Lance Yapor 2, Drew Coholan 2, Cody Solaja 2, Torin Varn 1, Mike Malave 1, Steve Ramano 1, John Reicherter 1, Rob Bellairs 1, Anthony Zappone 1 Notre Dame: Stephen O’Hara 5, Jack Near 4, Jim Marlatt 3, Matt Kavanagh 2, Will Corrigan 2, Tyler Kimball 2, Liam O’Connor 2, John Kemp 1, Sean Rogers 1, Ryan Foley 1, Brian Buglione 1, David Miller 1, Tyler Andersen 1, Matt Landis 1 Faceoffs Hofstra: John Antoniades 12-18 Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 6-18

Team Stats Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties

NC ND 31 40 27 25 8-25 17-25 21-26 21-22 0-2 2-3 15 11 3/1:30 2/1:30

Team Stats

Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties

1 2 3 4 Total 3 1 2 2 8 2 2 1 2 7

HU

ND

33 37 25 27 12-18 6-18 19-22 18-19 0-2 0-1 11 11 1/1:00 2/1:00

Attendance: 1,765

Attendance: 1,183

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Fighting Irish

GAME#5 #3 Notre Dame 13 #5 Denver 12 (OT)

March 16, 2013 Whitman’s Sampler Mile High Classic Sports Authority Field at Mile High • Denver, Colo. Team Notre Dame (4-1) Denver (5-2)

1 2 3 4 OT Total 3 1 4 4 1 13 3 3 3 3 0 12 Scoring Summary

First Quarter DU 1: Wesley Berg (1) from Gordie Koerber (1), 12:57 ND 1: Sean Rogers (1) from Will Corrigan (1), 11:46 (UP) ND 2: Steve Murphy (1) from Nick Ossello (1), 10:23 DU 2: Cameron Flint (1) from Jeremy Noble (1), 9:12 DU 3: Eric Law (1) unassisted, 2:02 ND 3: Conor Doyle (1) from Sean Rogers (1), 0:46 Second Quarter DU 4: Gordie Koerber (2) from Cameron Flint (1), 7:23 ND 4: Jim Marlatt (1) from Ryan Foley (1), 6:29 DU 5: Eric Law (2) from Wesley Berg (1), 6:00 DU 6: Cameron Flint (2) from Wesley Berg (2), 0:01 Third Quarter DU 7: Eric Adamson (1) unassisted, 9:36 ND 5: Matt Kavanagh (1) unassisted, 8:38 ND 6: Liam O’Connor (1) from Jim Marlatt (1), 8:28 ND 7: Sean Rogers (2) from Nick Ossello (2), 7:24 DU 8: Gordie Koerber (3) from Eric Law (1), 6:20 ND 8: Conor Doyle (2) from Steve Murphy (1), 4:08 DU 9: Gordie Koerber (4) from Eric Law (2), 0:16 (UP) Fourth Quarter ND 9: Ryan Mix (1) from Conor Doyle (1), 13:23 ND 10: John Scioscia (1) from Conor Doyle (2), 10:56 DU 10: Eric Law (3) from Jeremy Noble (2), 7:59 DU 11: Wesley Berg (2) from Jeremy Noble (3), 7:31 (UP) DU 12: Eric Law (4) unassisted, 2:25 ND 11: Steve Murphy (2) from Tyler Kimball (1), 1:42 ND 12: Sean Rogers (3) from Matt Kavanagh (1), 0:47 Overtime ND 13: Jim Marlatt (2) unassisted, 2:51 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Notre Dame: Sean Rogers 3-1, Conor Doyle 2-2, Jim Marlatt 2-1, Steve Murphy 2-1, Matt Kavanagh 1-1, John Scioscia 1-0, Liam O’Connor 1-0, Ryan Mix 1-0, Nick Ossello 0-2, Ryan Foley 0-1, Will Corrigan 0-1, Tyler Kimball 0-1 Denver: Eric Law 4-2, Gordie Koerber 3-1, Wesley Berg 2-2, Cameron Flint 2-1, Eric Adamson 1-0, Jeremy Noble 0-3 Goalies Notre Dame: John Kemp (W, 61:09, 4 saves, 12 GA) Denver: Jamie Faus (L, 31:09, 6 saves, 9 GA), Ryan LaPlante (30:00, 4 saves, 4 GA) Ground Balls Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 5, Matt Kavanagh 3, Brian Buglione 3, Jack Near 3, Jim Marlatt 2, Ryan Foley 2, Conor Doyle 1, Will Corrigan 1, Stephen O’Hara 1, Matt Miller 1, John Kemp 1, Steve Murphy 1, Tyler Kimball 1, Tyler Andersen 1, Matt Landis 1 Denver: Garret Holst 3, Chase Carraro 3, Eric Law 2, Jeremy Noble 2, Carson Cannon 2, Kyle Hercher 2, Chris Hampton 1, Mike Riis 23, Teddy MacKenzie 1, Patrick Karole 1 Faceoffs

Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 17-28 Denver: Chase Carraro 8-22, Chris Hampton 3-6

Team Stats Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties

ND DU 44 28 27 18 17-28 11-28 11-12 17-18 1-4 2-5 4 10 6/5:00 4/3:00

Attendance: 7,689

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GAME#6 #8 Ohio State 4 #3 Notre Dame 9

March 20, 2013 Loftus Sports Center • Notre Dame, Ind. Team Ohio State (5-2) Notre Dame (5-1)

1 2 3 4 Total 1 0 0 3 4 3 3 0 3 9

Scoring Summary First Quarter ND 1: Ryan Foley (1) from Jim Marlatt (1), 14:11 OSU 1: Reegan Comeault (1) from Turner Evans (1), 12:14 ND 2: Conor Doyle (1) from Matt Kavanagh (1), 5:41 ND 3: Nick Ossello (1) from Matt Kavanagh (2), 3:10 Second Quarter ND 4: Ryan Mix (1) from Sean Rogers (1), 14:29 ND 5: Jim Marlatt (1) unassisted, 7:48 ND 6: Matt Kavanagh (1) from Conor Doyle (1), 6:24 Third Quarter No Scoring Fourth Quarter OSU 2: Reegan Comeault (2) from Turner Evans (2), 10:47 ND 7: Sean Rogers (1) from Tyler Kimball (1), 9:46 OSU 3: David Planning (1) from Logan Schuss (1), 9:21 ND 8: Sean Rogers (2) from Ryan Foley (1), 5:25 OSU 4: Jesse King (1) from Logan Schuss (2), 5:01 (UP) ND 9: Matt Kavanagh (2) from Conor Doyle (1), 1:50 (UP) Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Ohio State: Reegan Comeault 2-0, David Planning 1-0, Jesse King 1-0, Turner Evans 0-2, Logan Schuss 0-2 Notre Dame: Matt Kavanagh 2-2, Sean Rogers 2-1, Conor Doyle 1-2, Jim Marlatt 1-1, Ryan Foley 1-1, Nick Ossello 1-0, Ryan Mix 1-0, Tyler Kimball 0-1 Goalies Ohio State: Greg Dutton (L, 60:00, 10 saves, 9 GA) Notre Dame: John Kemp (W, 60:00, 11 saves, 4 GA) Ground Balls Ohio State: Michael Italiano 5, Dominique Alexander 3, Greg Dutton 2, Logan Schuss 2, Dominic Imbordino 2, Robby Haus 2, Kevin Mack 2, Jesse King 1, Joe Meurer 1, Reegan Comeault 1, Darius Bowling 1, Tyler Pfister 1, Trey Wilkes 1 Notre Dame: Sean Rogers 6, John Kemp 5, Jim Marlatt 5, Liam O’Connor 5, Matt Miller 3, Conor Doyle 2, Tyler Andersen 2, Brian Buglione 1, Nick Ossello 1, Quinn Cully 1, Matthew Collins 1 Faceoffs Ohio State: Trey Wilkes 8-15, Spencer Matches 0-1, Darius Bowling 0-1 Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 9-17 Team Stats

Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties Attendance: 574

OSU

ND

27 42 24 32 8-17 9-17 19-23 18-21 1-3 1-1 10 11 1/0:30 3/2:30


2013 BOX SCORES

Fighting Irish

GAME#7 #3 Notre Dame 7 Rutgers 6

GAME#8 #19 St. John’s 12 #1 Notre Dame 10

March 24, 2013 Yurcak Field • Piscataway, N.J. Team Notre Dame (6-1, 1-0) Rutgers (2-7, 0-2)

1 2 3 4 Total 0 2 2 3 7 1 1 0 4 6

Scoring Summary First Quarter RU 1: Scott Klimchak (1) from Nick DePaolera (1), 2:05 Second Quarter RU 2: Anthony Terranova (1) from Rich Rambo (1), 11:07 ND 1: Matt Kavanagh (1) from Tyler Kimball (1), 5:35 ND 2: Ryan Foley (1) from Will Corrigan (1), 1:02 Third Quarter ND 3: John Scioscia (1) from Jim Marlatt (1), 13:15 (UP) ND 4: Matt Kavanagh (2) from Sean Rogers (1), 1:56 Fourth Quarter RU 3: Nick DePaolera (1) from Branford Rogers (1), 13:45 ND 5: Jim Marlatt (1) unassisted, 10:56 (UP) ND 6: Jim Marlatt (2) unassisted, 7:27 RU 4: Brian Goss (1) unassisted, 5:03 RU 5: Brian Goss (2) from Zack Sikora (1), 3:26 (UP) ND 7: Jim Marlatt (3) unassisted, 1:59 RU 6: Scott Bieda (1) from Anthony Terranova (1), 0:47 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Notre Dame: Jim Marlatt 3-1, Matt Kavanagh 2-0, Ryan Foley 1-0, John Scioscia 1-0, Will Corrigan 0-1, Sean Rogers 0-1, Tyler Kimball 0-1 Rutgers: Brian Goss 2-0, Nick DePaolera 1-1, Anthony Terranova 1-1, Scott Klimchak 1-0, Scott Bieda 1-0, Rich Rambo 0-1, Zack Sikora 0-1, Branford Rogers 0-1 Goalies Notre Dame: John Kemp (W, 60:00, 6 saves, 6 GA) Rutgers: Kris Alleyne (L, 60:00, 14 saves, 7 GA) Ground Balls Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 5, Jim Marlatt 4, Tyler Andersen 3, Stephen O’Hara 2, Matt Miller 2, Brian Buglione 2, Steve Murphy 2, John Kemp 1, Sean Rogers 1, Matt Kavanagh 1, Tyler Kimball 1, Ryan Mix 1 Rutgers: Kris Alleyne 4, Joseph Nardella 4, Branford Rogers 4, Edward Bartleson 2, Nick Contino 2, Rich Rambo 2, Andrew Parrilla 1, Brian Goss 1, Scott Klimchak 1, Jacob Coretti 1, Anthony Terranova 1, Joseph Stottler 1, Steve Shemesh 1, Campbell Sode 1, Scott Bieda 1 Faceoffs Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 11-17 Rutgers: Joseph Nardella 6-17

Team Stats Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties Attendance: 2,231

ND RU 38 25 25 27 11-17 6-17 17-17 20-23 2-5 1-4 6 14 5/4:00 5/3:30

March 30, 2013 Arlotta Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind. Team St. John’s (7-2, 2-1) Notre Dame (6-2, 1-1)

1 2 3 4 Total 2 4 4 2 12 2 2 2 4 10

Scoring Summary First Quarter ND 1: Jim Marlatt (1) unassisted, 10:34 SJU 1: Connor Mullen (1) from Kevin Cernuto (1), 8:53 ND 2: Sean Rogers (1) from Matt Kavanagh (1), 6:31 SJU 2: Kevin Cernuto (1) unassisted, 2:20 Second Quarter SJU 3: Keith Switzer (1) from Kieran McArdle (1), 14:12 SJU 4: Kieran McArdle (1) unassisted, 13:43 SJU 5: Kieran McArdle (2) unassisted, 10:03 ND 3: Nick Ossello (1) unassisted, 5:25 ND 4: Tyler Kimball (1) unassisted, 2:37 SJU 6: Kieran McArdle (3) from Connor Mullen (1), 0:15 (UP) Third Quarter SJU 7: Kevin Cernuto (2) unassisted, 14:06 SJU 8: Connor Mullen (2) from Kevin Cernuto (2), 12:22 ND 5: Steve Murphy (1) from Tyler Kimball (1), 10:18 ND 6: Sean Rogers (2) from Matt Kavanagh (2), 8:23 SJU 9: Kevin Cernuto (3) unassisted, 5:21 SJU 10: Colin Keegan (1) from Kieran McArdle (2), 1:57 Fourth Quarter ND 7: Tyler Kimball (2) from Steve Murphy (1), 11:37 SJU 11: Kevin Cernuto (4) from Colin Keegan (1), 8:54 SJU 12: Colin Keegan (2) from Kevin Cernuto (3), 7:46 ND 8: Sean Rogers (3) unassisted, 6:26 ND 9: Matt Kavanagh (1) unassisted, 1:29 ND 10: Matt Kavanagh (2) unassisted, 0:56 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) St. John’s: Kevin Cernuto 4-3, Kieran McArdle 3-2, Colin Keegan 2-1, Connor Mullen 2-1, Keith Switzer 1-0 Notre Dame: Sean Rogers 3-0, Matt Kavanagh 2-2, Tyler Kimball 2-1, Steve Murphy 1-1, Jim Marlatt 1-0, Nick Ossello 1-0 Goalies St. John’s: Jeff Lowman (W, 60:00, 13 saves, 10 GA) Notre Dame: John Kemp (L, 60:00, 11 saves, 12 GA) Ground Balls St. John’s: Jeff Lowman 6, Dillon Ayers 6, Kevin Cernuto 4, Mark DiFrangia 4, Brandon Ayers 4, Colin Keegan 2, Kieran McArdle 1, Keith Switzer 1, Alex Lagodich 1, Andrew Viscusi 1, Nick Sherry 1, Mario Carrera 1, Connor Mullen 1, Stefan Diachenko 1 Notre Dame: Jack Near 4, Matt Landis 4, Nick Ossello 3, John Kemp 2, Liam O’Connor 2, Sean Rogers 1, Matt Kavanagh 1, Jim Marlatt 1, Ryan Foley 1, Will Corrigan 1, Stephen O’Hara 1, Matt Miller 1, Brian Buglione 1, Chris Prevoznik 1, David Miller 1, Tyler Kimball 1, Tyler Andersen 1, Matthew Collins 1 Faceoffs St. John’s: Jordan Rothman 9-18, Mario Carrera 4-7, Dillon Ayers 0-1 Notre Dame: Nick Ossello 7-17, Liam O’Connor 3-6, Trevor Brosco 3-3

Team Stats Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties

SJU ND 38 36 34 28 13-26 13-26 17-18 14-19 1-3 0-3 13 11 3/2:30 4/3:00

Attendance: 1,910

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Fighting Irish

GAME#9 Marquette 5 #4 Notre Dame 17

GAME#10 #4 Notre Dame 13 Providence 8

April 2, 2013 Loyola Academy • Wilmette, Ill.

April 7, 2013 Lennon Family Field • Providence, R.I.

Team 1 2 3 4 Total Marquette (2-5) 1 0 1 3 5 2 6 3 6 17 Notre Dame (7-2)

Team Notre Dame (8-2, 2-1) Providence (7-5, 1-3)

Scoring Summary First Quarter ND 1: Ryan Foley (1) unassisted, 8:10 MU 1: Ben Dvorak (1) unassisted, 0:40 ND 2: John Scioscia (1) from Sean Rogers (1), 0:01 Second Quarter ND 3: Tyler Kimball (1) unassisted, 8:22 ND 4: John Scioscia (2) from Sean Rogers (2), 6:01 ND 5: Matt Kavanagh (1) unassisted, 5:17 ND 6: John Scioscia (3) unassisted, 4:22 ND 7: John Scioscia (4) from Sean Rogers (3), 2:10 ND 8: Ryan Mix (1) from Matt Kavanagh (1), 1:28 Third Quarter ND 9: Sean Rogers (1) from Ryan Foley (1), 11:56 ND 10: Steve Murphy (1) from Tyler Kimball (1), 10:36 MU 2: Kyle Whitlow (1) unassisted, 8:55 ND 11: John Scioscia (5) from Steve Murphy (1), 3:37 Fourth Quarter MU 3: Connor Bernal (1) from Tyler Melnyk (1), 12:35 ND 12: Matt Kavanagh (2) unassisted, 10:58 ND 13: John Scioscia (6) from Matt Kavanagh (2), 9:57 (UP) MU 4: Connor Bernal (2) from Blaine Fleming (1), 8:46 ND 14: Kyle Runyon (1) from John Scioscia (1), 6:35 ND 15: Westy Hopkins (1) unassisted, 4:18 ND 16: Tyler Brenneman (1) unassisted, 3:14 ND 17: Andy Will (1) unassisted, 2:21 MU 5: Phil McFarland (1) unassisted, 0:41 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Marquette: Connor Bernal 2-0, Ben Dvorak 1-0, Kyle Whitlow 1-0, Phil McFarland 1-0, Tyler Melnyk 0-1, Blaine Fleming 0-1 Notre Dame: John Scioscia 6-1, Matt Kavanagh 2-2, Sean Rogers 1-3, Ryan Foley 1-1, Steve Murphy 1-1, Tyler Kimball 1-1, Westy Hopkins 1-0, Tyler Brenneman 1-0, Kyle Runyon 1-0, Andy Will 1-0, Ryan Mix 1-0 Goalies Marquette: JJ Sagle (L, 55:20, 7 saves, 14 GA), Matt Barone (4:40, 0 saves, 3 GA) Notre Dame: John Kemp (W, 47:25, 5 saves, 3 GA), Conor Kelly (12:35, 1 save, 2 GA) Ground Balls Marquette: Liam Byrnes 8, Kyle Whitlow 3, K.C. Kennedy 2, Tyler Gilligan 2, Jerry Nobile 2, JJ Sagle 1, Conor Gately 1, Zach Barr 1, Jacob Richard 1, Matt Melnyk 1, Brendan Mahon 1, Andrew Smistad 1, Blaine Fleming 1 Notre Dame: Stephen O’Hara 4, Nick Ossello 3, Tyler Andersen 3, Sean Rogers 2, Jim Marlatt 2, Matt Kavanagh 1, Will Corrigan 1, Matt Miller 1, Brian Buglione 1, John Scioscia 1, Ryan Smith 1, Henry Williams 1 Faceoffs Marquette: Cullen Cassidy 7-13, K.C. Kennedy 6-9, Paul Riportella 2-3 Notre Dame: Nick Ossello 7-15, Trevor Brosco 3-9, Will Gilmartin 0-1

Scoring Summary First Quarter PC 1: Jake Newman (1) unassisted, 14:23 PC 2: Brendon McGuire (1) unassisted, 9:39 ND 1: Sean Rogers (1) unassisted, 6:37 ND 2: Westy Hopkins (1) from Conor Doyle (1), 4:18 ND 3: John Scioscia (1) from Nick Ossello (1), 4:12 ND 4: Sean Rogers (2) from Jim Marlatt (1), 2:08 Second Quarter PC 3: Kevin Blair (1) from Sean Wright (1), 14:08 ND 5: Jim Marlatt (1) unassisted, 7:07 PC 4: Sean Wright (1) from JT Weber (1), 1:49 Third Quarter PC 5: Andrew Barton (1) unassisted, 13:17 ND 6: Conor Doyle (1) unassisted, 13:10 PC 6: Sean Wright (2) from JT Weber (2), 7:48 ND 7: Conor Doyle (2) unassisted, 7:23 ND 8: Will Corrigan (1) from Sean Rogers (1), 5:55 (UP) ND 9: Sean Rogers (3) from Jim Marlatt (2), 2:42 Fourth Quarter ND 10: Matt Kavanagh (1) from Will Corrigan (1), 8:35 (UP) PC 7: JT Weber (1) unassisted, 5:45 ND 11: Sean Rogers (4) from Westy Hopkins (1), 3:09 ND 12: Jim Marlatt (2) from Will Corrigan (2), 2:30 ND 13: Conor Doyle (3) unassisted, 1:33 PC 8: JT Weber (2) unassisted, 0:03 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Notre Dame: Sean Rogers 4-1, Conor Doyle 3-1, Jim Marlatt 2-2, Will Corrigan 1-2, Westy Hopkins 1-1, Matt Kavanagh 1-0, John Scioscia 1-0, Nick Ossello 0-1 Providence: JT Weber 2-2, Sean Wright 2-1, Andrew Barton 1-0, Kevin Blair 1-0, Brendon McGuire 1-0, Jake Newman 1-0 Goalies Notre Dame: John Kemp (W, 60:00, 9 saves, 8 GA) Providence: Jack Connelly (L, 60:00, 13 saves, 13 GA) Ground Balls Notre Dame: Nick Ossello 15, Stephen O’Hara 4, Jim Marlatt 3, Will Corrigan 2, Connor McCollough 2, Trevor Brosco 2, John Kemp 1, Matt Miller 1, Conor Doyle 1, David Miller 1, Westy Hopkins 1, Tyler Kimball 1, Tyler Andersen 1, Henry Williams 1, Ryan Mix 1 Providence: Mike Noyes 5, Jack Connelly 3, Kevin Blair 3, Griffin Goudreau 2, Andrew Barton 2, Sean Wright 2, JT Weber 2, Ryan Martin 1, Daniel Textor 1, Ryan Shaw 1, Jake Wawrzyniak 1, Robert Stack 1, Matthew Mueller 1, Andrew Pappas 1, Jake Newman 1 Faceoffs Notre Dame: Nick Ossello 17-21, Trevor Brosco 3-3 Providence: Ryan Shaw 1-13, Jake Newman 3-10, Joe Alleva 0-1

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MU ND 20 38 25 21 15-25 10-25 7-8 16-18 0-2 1-2 7 6 2/2:00 2/1:00

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1 2 3 4 Total 4 1 4 4 13 2 2 2 2 8

ND PC 46 29 37 27 20-24 4-24 13-17 20-21 2-3 0-3 9 13 4/3:30 3/2:30


2013 BOX SCORES

Fighting Irish

GAME#11 Georgetown 8 #4 Notre Dame 10

GAME#12 #19 Villanova 9 #2 Notre Dame 13

April 14, 2013 Arlotta Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind. Team Georgetown (5-7, 2-2) Notre Dame (9-2, 3-1)

1 2 3 4 Total 5 0 2 1 8 2 2 5 1 10

Scoring Summary First Quarter GU 1: Charles McCormick (1) from Reilly O’Connor (1), 11:41 (UP) GU 2: Joe Bucci (1) from Reilly O’Connor (2), 8:36 GU 3: Reilly O’Connor (1) unassisted, 7:43 GU 4: Travis Comeau (1) from Joe Bucci (1), 6:46 ND 1: Sean Rogers (1) from Matt Kavanagh (1), 5:52 ND 2: Tyler Kimball (1) from Conor Doyle (1), 2:09 GU 5: Travis Comeau (2) from Charles McCormick (1), 0:07 Second Quarter ND 3: Matt Kavanagh (1) unassisted, 4:44 ND 4: Westy Hopkins (1) unassisted, 0:55 Third Quarter ND 5: Sean Rogers (2) unassisted, 14:45 ND 6: Conor Doyle (1) from Jim Marlatt (1), 14:29 GU 6: Travis Comeau (3) from Joe Bucci (2), 12:30 ND 7: Conor Doyle (2) from Westy Hopkins (1), 10:49 ND 8: Ryan Foley (1) from Sean Rogers (1), 7:24 GU 7: Charles McCormick (2) unassisted, 6:35 ND 9: John Scioscia (1) from Sean Rogers (2), 1:28 Fourth Quarter ND 10: Matt Kavanagh (2) unassisted, 5:00 GU 8: Zac Guy (1) from Dan McKinney (1), 1:14 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Georgetown: Travis Comeau 3-0, Charles McCormick 2-1, Reilly O’Connor 1-2, Joe Bucci 1-2, Zac Guy 1-0, Dan McKinney 0-1 Notre Dame: Sean Rogers 2-2, Conor Doyle 2-1, Matt Kavanagh 2-1, Westy Hopkins 1-1, Ryan Foley 1-0, John Scioscia 1-0, Tyler Kimball 1-0, Jim Marlatt 0-1 Goalies Georgetown: Jake Haley (L, 60:00, 10 saves, 10 GA) Notre Dame: John Kemp (W, 60:00, 4 saves, 8 GA) Ground Balls Georgetown: Jake Haley 6, Tyler Knarr 4, John Wujciak 3, William Flatley 3, Dan McKinney 2, Zac Guy 1, Patrick Murray 1, Brennan Bicknese 1, Bryson Greene 1, Bo Stafford 1, Joe Bucci 1, Jason McFadden 1, Grant Fisher 1 Notre Dame: Matt Landis 6, Jim Marlatt 5, Matt Miller 3, Conor Doyle 2, Matt Kavanagh 2, Will Corrigan 2, Brian Buglione 1, John Scioscia 1, Steve Murphy 1, Jack Near 1, Tyler Andersen 1, Trevor Brosco 1 Faceoffs Georgetown: Tyler Knarr 9-19, Chris May 0-3 Notre Dame: Trevor Brosco 13-22

Team Stats Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties Attendance: 1,770

GU ND 22 42 26 26 9-22 13-22 20-25 16-17 1-1 0-4 10 4 4/2:00 1/0:30

April 20, 2013 Arlotta Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind. Team Villanova (5-7, 4-1) Notre Dame (10-2, 4-1)

1 2 3 4 Total 2 1 3 3 9 0 4 2 7 13

Scoring Summary First Quarter VU 1: Max Hart (1) unassisted, 12:28 VU 2: Kevin O’Neil (1) from Max Hart (1), 3:25 Second Quarter ND 1: Matt Kavanagh (1) from Will Corrigan (1), 13:23 ND 2: Jack Near (1) from John Scioscia (1), 11:09 VU 3: Kevin O’Neil (2) unassisted, 8:12 ND 3: Matt Kavanagh (2) unassisted, 7:18 ND 4: Tyler Kimball (1) from Steve Murphy (1), 0:10 Third Quarter VU 4: Max Hart (2) unassisted, 11:47 VU 5: Will Casertano (1) from Nick Doherty (1), 10:50 VU 6: Jack Rice (1) from John Kluh (1), 9:46 ND 5: John Scioscia (1) unassisted, 4:51 ND 6: Westy Hopkins (1) unassisted, 0:06 Fourth Quarter ND 7: Jim Marlatt (1) unassisted, 14:04 ND 8: John Scioscia (2) from Sean Rogers (1), 13:12 ND 9: Nick Ossello (1) unassisted, 13:06 VU 7: Jack Rice (2) from Max Hart (2), 12:04 ND 10: Will Corrigan (1) unassisted, 10:02 VU 8: Jack Rice (3) from Kevin O’Neil (1), 8:49 VU 9: Jack Rice (4) from Will Casertano (1), 3:18 ND 11: John Scioscia (3) from Matt Kavanagh (1), 1:58 ND 12: Will Corrigan (2) unassisted, 1:06 ND 13: John Scioscia (4) from Matt Kavanagh (2), 0:26 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Villanova: Jack Rice 4-0, Max Hart 2-2, Kevin O’Neil 2-1, Will Casertano 1-1, Nick Doherty 0-1, John Kluh 0-1 Notre Dame: John Scioscia 4-1, Matt Kavanagh 2-2, Will Corrigan 2-1, Jim Marlatt 1-0, Westy Hopkins 1-0, Tyler Kimball 1-0, Nick Ossello 1-0, Jack Near 1-0, Sean Rogers 0-1, Steve Murphy 0-1 Goalies Villanova: Reed Carlson (L, 60:00, 12 saves, 13 GA) Notre Dame: John Kemp (W, 60:00, 14 saves, 9 GA) Ground Balls Villanova: John Locascio 7, Thomas Croonquist 6, Kevin O’Neil 4, Will Casertano 3, Nick Doherty 3, Chris Piccirilli 3, Reed Carlson 2, Jack Rice 2, Tim Mulrenan 2, Jimmy Wyatt 2, John Kluh 1, Max Hart 1, Christopher Conroy 1, Christian Kolderup 1, Paul Mita 1, Remington Pope 1 Notre Dame: Nick Ossello 9, Stephen O’Hara 5, Sean Rogers 3, Brian Buglione 3, Matt Kavanagh 2, Matt Miller 2, John Scioscia 2, David Miller 2, Jack Near 2, Steve Murphy 1, Tyler Kimball 1, Tyler Andersen 1, Matt Landis 1 Faceoffs Villanova: Thomas Croonquist 16-26 Notre Dame: Nick Ossello 10-25, Trevor Brosco 0-1

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VU ND 37 35 40 34 16-26 10-26 11-14 16-20 0-2 0-2 12 14 2/2:00 2/1:00

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2013 BOX SCORES

Fighting Irish

GAME#13 #1 Notre Dame 4 #7 Syracuse 10

GAME#14 #5 Notre Dame 3 #3 Syracuse 9

Konica Minolta Big City Classic April 27, 2013 MetLife Stadium • East Rutherford, N.J. Team Notre Dame (10-3, 4-2) Syracuse (11-3, 5-1)

1 2 3 4 Total 0 3 1 0 4 0 1 3 6 10 Scoring Summary

Second Quarter

ND 1: Ryan Foley (1) unassisted, 11:04 SU 1: Hakeem Lecky (1) unassisted, 9:38 ND 2: Westy Hopkins (1) unassisted, 5:23 ND 3: Matt Kavanagh (1) unassisted, 4:27

Third Quarter

SU 2: Matt Walters (1) from Derek DeJoe (1), 14:48 (UP) SU 3: JoJo Marasco (1) unassisted, 11:44 SU 4: Henry Schoonmaker (1) from Kevin Rice (1), 10:29 ND 4: Matt Kavanagh (1) unassisted, 4:58

Fourth Quarter

SU 5: Kevin Rice (1) from Matt Walters (1), 14:34 (UP) SU 6: Dylan Donahue (1) from Luke Cometti (1), 12:24 SU 7: Dylan Donahue (2) from Kevin Rice (2), 11:23 SU 8: Dylan Donahue (3) from Kevin Rice (3), 4:43 SU 9: Hakeem Lecky (2) from Ryan Barber (1), 2:55 SU 10: Scott Loy (1) from Dylan Donahue (1), 1:24

Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Notre Dame: Matt Kavanagh 2-0, Westy Hopkins 1-0, Ryan Foley 1-0 Syracuse: Dylan Donahue 3-1, Hakeem Lecky 2-0, Kevin Rice 1-3, Matt Walters 1-1, JoJo Marasco 1-0, Scott Loy 1-0, Henry Schoonmaker 1-0, Luke Cometti 0-1, Derek DeJoe 0-1, Ryan Barber 0-1 Goalies

Notre Dame: John Kemp (L, 60:00, 9 saves, 10 GA) Syracuse: Dominic Lamolinara (W, 60:00, 6 saves, 4 GA)

Ground Balls

Notre Dame: Matt Miller 3, Nick Ossello 3, Jim Marlatt 2, Jack Near 2, Matt Landis 2, John Scioscia 1, Sean Rogers 1, Stephen O’Hara 1, Brian Buglione 1, John Kemp 1, Tyler Kimball 1, Tyler Andersen 1 Syracuse: Dominic Lamolinara 3, Chris Daddio 3, Steve Ianzito 3, Peter Macartney 3, Kevin Rice 2, Derek Maltz 2, JoJo Marasco 2, Brian Megill 2, David Hamlin 2, Ryan Barber 2, Billy Ward 1, Sean Young 1, Hakeem Lecky 1, Dylan Donahue 1, Matt Harris 1

Faceoffs

Notre Dame: Nick Ossello 7-14, Trevor Brosco 0-2 Syracuse: Chris Daddio 9-16

Team Stats Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties

ND SU 24 32 19 29 7-16 9-16 14-16 17-18 0-5 2-4 9 6 4/3:00 5/3:30

Attendance: 19,875

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BIG EAST Championship Semifinal May 2, 2013 Villanova Stadium • Villanova, Pa. Team 1 2 3 4 Total 1 1 0 1 3 Notre Dame (10-4) Syracuse (12-3) 2 3 2 2 9 Scoring Summary First Quarter SU 1: Henry Schoonmaker (1) unassisted, 8:55 SU 2: Kevin Rice (1) unassisted, 6:40 ND 1: Tyler Kimball (1) unassisted, 6:03 Second Quarter ND 2: Sean Rogers (1) from Conor Doyle (1), 10:10 SU 3: Dylan Donahue (1) from Derek Maltz (1), 3:14 SU 4: Hakeem Lecky (1) from Derek Maltz (2), 2:19 SU 5: Kevin Rice (2) from JoJo Marasco (1), 1:25 Third Quarter SU 6: Derek Maltz (1) from JoJo Marasco (2), 10:00 (UP) SU 7: Derek Maltz (2) from JoJo Marasco (3), 6:05 Fourth Quarter SU 8: Hakeem Lecky (2) unassisted, 10:39 SU 9: Luke Cometti (1) from JoJo Marasco (4), 7:30 ND 3: Nick Ossello (1) unassisted, 4:51 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Notre Dame: Sean Rogers 1-0, Tyler Kimball 1-0, Nick Ossello 1-0, Conor Doyle 0-1 Syracuse: Derek Maltz 2-2, Kevin Rice 2-0, Hakeem Lecky 2-0, Dylan Donahue 1-0, Luke Cometti 1-0, Henry Schoonmaker 1-0, JoJo Marasco 0-4 Goalies Notre Dame: John Kemp (L, 60:00, 15 saves, 9 GA) Syracuse: Dominic Lamolinara (W, 52:30, 10 saves, 2 GA), Bobby Wardwell (7:30, 0 saves, 1 GA) Ground Balls Notre Dame: Tyler Andersen 4, Jim Marlatt 3, Matt Miller 3, Brian Buglione 3, Matt Landis 3, John Kemp 2, Matt Kavanagh 2, Nick Ossello 2, Will Corrigan 1, Stephen O’Hara 1 Syracuse: Peter Macartney 5, Brian Megill 4, Derek Maltz 3, Matt Pratt 3, Steve Ianzito 3, Dominic Lamolinara 2, Kevin Rice 2, David Hamlin 2, Matt Harris 2, JoJo Marasco 1, Luke Cometti 1, Matt Walters 1, Derek DeJoe 1, Ryan Barber 1, Kyle Carey 1, Henry Schoonmaker 1 Faceoffs Notre Dame: Nick Ossello 7-12, Trevor Brosco 1-4 Syracuse: Chris Daddio 7-14, Cal Paduda 1-2

Team Stats Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties Attendance: 2,517

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2013 BOX SCORES

Fighting Irish

GAME#15 Detroit 7 #2 Notre Dame 9

GAME#16 #7 Duke 12 #2 Notre Dame 11

NCAA Championship First Round May 11, 2013 Arlotta Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind. Team Detroit (5-10) Notre Dame (11-4)

1 2 3 4 Total 2 3 2 0 7 0 1 2 6 9

Scoring Summary First Quarter UD 1: Brandon Beauregard (1) unassisted, 7:21 UD 2: Alex Maini (1) from Mike Birney (1), 4:47 Second Quarter ND 1: Conor Doyle (1) unassisted, 12:08 UD 3: Alex Maini (2) unassisted, 10:45 UD 4: Brandon Beauregard (2) from Alex Maini (1), 3:36 UD 5: Mike Birney (1) from Scott Drummond (1), 1:58 Third Quarter ND 2: Sean Rogers (1) unassisted, 10:19 UD 6: Tom Masterson (1) from Alex Maini (2), 8:22 ND 3: Matt Kavanagh (1) from Sean Rogers (1), 6:19 UD 7: Brandon Beauregard (3) from Thomas Sible (1), 4:57 Fourth Quarter ND 4: Matt Kavanagh (2) unassisted, 14:12 ND 5: Conor Doyle (2) unassisted, 13:16 ND 6: Sean Rogers (2) from Jim Marlatt (1), 12:28 ND 7: Matt Kavanagh (3) unassisted, 10:10 ND 8: Matt Kavanagh (4) unassisted, 5:27 ND 9: Ryan Foley (1) from Sean Rogers (2), 2:31 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Detroit: Brandon Beauregard 3-0, Alex Maini 2-2, Mike Birney 1-1, Tom Masterson 1-0, Scott Drummond 0-1, Thomas Sible 0-1 Notre Dame: Matt Kavanagh 4-0, Sean Rogers 2-2, Conor Doyle 2-0, Ryan Foley 1-0, Jim Marlatt 0-1 Goalies Detroit: A.J. Levell (L, 60:00, 10 saves, 9 GA) Notre Dame: John Kemp (W, 60:00, 10 saves, 7 GA) Ground Balls Detroit: Jordan Houtby 9, Alex Maini 3, Damien Hicks 3, A.J. Levell 2, Brandon Beauregard 2, Scott Drummond 2, Jamie Hebden 2, John Dwyer 2, Chris Shevins 2, Tom Masterson 1, Mike Birney 1, Troy Dennis 1, Brandon Davenport 1, Chris Nemes 1 Notre Dame: Matt Kavanagh 4, Nick Ossello 4, Jim Marlatt 3, Stephen O’Hara 3, Matt Miller 3, Brian Buglione 3, John Kemp 2, Sean Rogers 2, Conor Doyle 2, Jack Near 2, Tyler Andersen 1, Matt Landis 1 Faceoffs Detroit: Damien Hicks 10-19 Notre Dame: Nick Ossello 7-11, Liam O’Connor 2-6, Trevor Brosco 0-2

Team Stats Shots Ground Balls Faceoffs Clears EMO Saves Penalties Attendance: 1,099

UD ND 27 30 32 30 10-19 9-19 17-23 18-18 0-1 0-2 10 10 2/1:00 1/1:00

NCAA Championship Quarterfinal May 19, 2013 Lucas Oil Stadium • Indianapolis, Ind. Team Duke (14-5) Notre Dame (11-5)

1 2 3 4 Total 3 3 3 3 12 2 4 3 2 11

Scoring Summary First Quarter DU 1: David Lawson (1) unassisted, 12:38 ND 1: Matt Kavanagh (1) from Jim Marlatt (1), 7:41 DU 2: Deemer Class (1) from Jordan Wolf (1), 6:29 ND 2: Steve Murphy (1) unassisted, 4:25 DU 3: Jake Tripucka (1) unassisted, 0:04 Second Quarter ND 3: Sean Rogers (1) from Jack Near (1), 14:35 ND 4: Conor Doyle (1) from Jim Marlatt (2), 12:15 DU 4: David Lawson (2) unassisted, 9:23 DU 5: David Lawson (3) unassisted, 5:35 DU 6: Josh Dionne (1) from Jordan Wolf (2), 4:57 ND 5: Jim Marlatt (1) from Sean Rogers (1), 3:11 (UP) ND 6: Matt Kavanagh (2) unassisted, 1:17 Third Quarter DU 7: David Lawson (4) unassisted, 14:22 ND 7: Tyler Kimball (1) from Steve Murphy (1), 8:29 DU 8: Case Matheis (1) from Jake Tripucka (1), 6:28 ND 8: Matt Kavanagh (3) from Sean Rogers (2), 6:00 (UP) ND 9: Conor Doyle (2) from Matt Kavanagh (1), 3:05 DU 9: Josh Dionne (2) from Jordan Wolf (3), 0:01 Fourth Quarter ND 10: Jim Marlatt (2) from Matt Kavanagh (2), 14:06 ND 11: Conor Doyle (3) from Matt Kavanagh (3), 9:29 (UP) DU 10: Christian Walsh (1) unassisted, 8:31 DU 11: Josh Dionne (3) from Jordan Wolf (4), 3:18 DU 12: David Lawson (5) unassisted, 2:16 Individual Scoring (goals-assists) Duke: David Lawson 5-0, Josh Dionne 3-0, Jake Tripucka 1-1, Case Matheis 1-0, Christian Walsh 1-0, Deemer Class 1-0, Jordan Wolf 0-4 Notre Dame: Matt Kavanagh 3-3, Conor Doyle 3-0, Jim Marlatt 2-2, Sean Rogers 1-2, Steve Murphy 1-1, Tyler Kimball 1-0, Jack Near 0-1 Goalies Duke: Kyle Turri (W, 60:00, 4 saves, 11 GA) Notre Dame: John Kemp (L, 60:00, 13 saves, 12 GA) Ground Balls Duke: Brendan Fowler 7, Will Haus 5, Josh Offit 3, Luke Duprey 3, Kyle Turri 2, Henry Lobb 2, Tommy Patterson 2, Jake Tripucka 1, Josh Dionne 1, Chris Hipps 1, Jordan Wolf 1, Bill Conners 1, Jimmy O’Neill 1, Greg DeLuca 1 Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 6, Matt Kavanagh 4, Tyler Andersen 3, Brian Buglione 2, Matt Landis 2, John Kemp 1, Stephen O’Hara 1, Matt Miller 1, David Miller 1 Faceoffs Duke: Brendan Fowler 16-26 Notre Dame: Liam O’Connor 10-20, Nick Ossello 0-6 Team Stats

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ND

43 32 31 21 16-26 10-26 19-19 18-23 0-0 3-4 4 13 4/2:30 0/0:00

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GRADUATED SENIORS

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TYLER ANDERSEN LSM/Defenseman 6-1 • 190 Wayne, Pennsylvania Radnor High School A long-stick midfielder … played in 40 career games … earned three monograms … 55 ground balls and one goal. AS A SENIOR (2013): Played in all 16 games … helped the Fighting Irish defense post the nation’s 10th-best goals-against average (8.31) … that mark ranked first among all BIG EAST teams … Notre Dame also ranked 10th nationally and first in the BIG EAST in man-down defense (.737) … picked up a career-high 28 ground balls … scooped up a career-high four ground balls against Syracuse in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Tournament … received his third monogram. AS A JUNIOR (2012): Played in all 16 games … part of an Irish defensive unit that ranked first nationally in goals-against average (6.31) … scored one goal and picked up a career-high 20 ground balls … scored his first career goal in an 8-7 win at Ohio State … the tally gave the Irish a 2-1 lead over the Buckeyes in the first quarter … picked up a career-high three ground balls in a 9-7 victory at Georgetown … matched his career-best ground ball total with three in a 13-7 win over Yale in the first round of the NCAA Championship … earned his second monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in six games … picked up four ground balls … helped the Irish defense rank second nationally by allowing just 6.57 goals per game … matched a then career-best total with two ground balls in a 10-7 win over St. John’s … earned his first monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Played in two games during his rookie season … battled a leg injury during his freshman campaign … picked up

three ground balls … grabbed a season-high two ground balls during an 11-3 win over Providence … picked up one ground ball in a 13-6 win at St. John’s. PREP AND PERSONAL: Two-sport letterwinner in football and lacrosse at Radnor High School … earned varsity letters in both sports in each of his final three years … served as team captain of both squads his senior year … named to the 2009 all-state team … two-time all-league selection … also a two-time all-Delaware County and allMain-Line pick … selected as his team’s defensive

ANDERSEN’S CAREER HIGHS

ANDERSEN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G 2010 2/0 0 2011 6/0 0 2012 16/0 1 2013 16/0 0 Totals 40/0 1

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A Pts. 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 3 0 .000 0 4 1 .000 1 20 2 .500 2 28 1 .000 0 55 4 .250 3

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MVP … two-time team captain … led his team in ground balls his final three seasons … established school record for ground balls in a career … was named MVP, as well as a member of the allconference and all-county teams junior year in lacrosse and both junior and senior seasons in football … was a member of the Radnor Recreation Department … son of Ric and Gretchen Andersen … father played football for Bucknell University … has one sibling … graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in May 2013 with a marketing degree.

P/Min UpG DnG 0-0:00 0 0 0-0:00 0 0 2-1:00 0 0 1-1:00 0 0 3-2:00 0 0

Goals: 1 (Ohio State ‘12) Assists: -Points: 1 (Ohio State ‘12) GB: 4 (Syracuse* ‘13) * - BIG EAST Tournament


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Fighting Irish

QUINN CULLY Midfielder 6-0 • 200 Duxbury, Massachusetts Duxbury High School HONORS & AWARDS • Team Captain (2013) • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2013) • MLL Draft Pick (Boston-8th Round)

Served as a team captain during his senior season … a short-stick defensive midfielder that was a major factor for the Irish since his freshman season … appeared 61 games during his Fighting Irish career … four monograms … one goal, one assist and 29 ground balls … selected by Boston in the eighth round of the 2013 MLL Draft … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A SENIOR (2013): A team captain … played in 14 games … missed two contests due to injury … a key part of an Irish defense that ranked 10th nationally and first in the BIG EAST with an 8.31 goals-against average … Notre Dame also ranked 10th nationally and first in the BIG EAST in man-down defense (.737) … three ground balls … earned his fourth monogram. AS A JUNIOR (2012): Played in all 16 games and helped the Irish defense rank first nationally by allowing just 6.31 goals per game … Notre Dame also boasted the nation’s top man-down defense (.892) … scored one goal and picked up eight ground balls … tallied his first career goal in the Penn State contest … tied a career-high total of two ground balls on three occasions … received his third monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in all 14 games … a key presence for an Irish defense that ranked second nationally by allowing just 6.57 goals per game … notched one assist and picked up six ground balls … registered his first collegiate

point with an assist in a 10-9 victory at Denver … matched a career-high total with two ground balls in a 7-6 league win over Georgetown … collected his second monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Took the field in all 17 games during his rookie campaign … picked up 12 ground balls … picked up a season-high two ground balls in a 13-6 win over St. John’s … forced two turnovers to help the Irish take down Maryland, 7-5, in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … won 1-of-2 faceoffs during a 12-7 besting of Cornell during the NCAA semifinals … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: U.S. Lacrosse AllAmerican … four-year lacrosse player at Duxbury High School … four-time Division I state champion … 2009 Boston Globe Massachusetts

CULLY’S CAREER HIGHS

CULLY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2010 17/0 0 0 0 12 4 .000 3 2011 14/0 0 1 1 6 1 .000 1 2012 16/0 1 0 1 8 1 1.000 1 2013 14/0 0 0 0 3 2 .000 0 Totals 61/0 1 1 2 29 8 .125 5

Lacrosse Player of the Year … captained his high school team during his senior season … 2009 Boys’ Lacrosse All-Northeast Region Team honorable mention … team MVP as a senior … Patriot League All-Star in 2008 and 2009 … named the team’s most valuable midfielder as a senior … 2009 Eastern Mass All-Star … member of Top Gun Clams Lacrosse … named varsity rookie of the year … four-year football player at Duxbury … Super Bowl champion in 2008 … named defensive player of the year in football as a senior along with being a Patriot League all-star … played hockey for two seasons … Boston Globe Gold Key Scholastic Art Award in 2009 … an honor roll student … son of Robert and Kim Cully … graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in May 2013 with a marketing and design degree.

P/Min UpG DnG FO FO% 4-3:00 0 0 1-2 .500 2-1:00 0 0 0-0 .000 1-1:00 0 0 0-0 .000 4-2:00 0 0 0-0 .000 11-7:00 0 0 1-2 .500

Goals: 1 (Penn State ‘12) Assists: 1 (Denver ‘11) Points: 1, twice (Denver ‘11 & Penn State ‘12) GB: 2, six times (MR: Virginia^ ‘12) ^ - NCAA Tournament

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RYAN FOLEY Midfielder 5-10 • 175 Glen Ridge, New Jersey Delbarton High School HONORS & AWARDS • Team Captain (2013)

Served as a team captain during his senior season … earned four monograms … played in 57 career games, including 46 starts … 47 points on 28 goals and 19 assists … 27 ground balls … played both midfield and attack during his Fighting Irish career. AS A SENIOR (2013): A team captain … played in all 16 games on the first midfield line … scored six goals and dished out seven assists … picked up five ground balls … had a career-high two assists in the 10-9 overtime win at Penn State … assisted on the goal that tied the game, 8-8, with 24 seconds left in regulation and then on the overtime winner against the Nittany Lions … matched a career-high mark with two ground balls in the 13-12 overtime win at Denver … put the Irish up 1-0 less than a minute into the game in an eventual 9-4 win over Ohio State … also had an assist against the Buckeyes … scored the goal that tied the Rutgers contest, 2-2, with just over a minute left in the first half and the Irish went on to win 7-6 … had a goal and an assist in a 17-5 besting of Marquette … netted a goal in a 10-8 victory over Georgetown … gave the Irish a 1-0 lead in the 10-4 setback to Syracuse at the Big City Classic … deposited the final goal in the 9-7 triumph of Detroit in the first round of the NCAA Championship … copped his fourth monogram. AS A JUNIOR (2012): Started all 16 games on Notre Dame’s first midfield line … posted careerhigh totals in goals (13), assists (8) and points (21) … picked up nine ground balls … had an assist

in the 7-3 season-opening victory over Duke … netted two goals in a 4-3 overtime setback to Penn State … assisted on the goal that tied the game 4-4 with just over a minute remaining in an eventual 6-5 overtime win at Hofstra … assisted on the game winner in a 10-9 triple-overtime win over Denver … also scored a goal in the victory over the Pioneers … began a career-best ninegame goal streak with a one-goal, two-assist performance against Rutgers, a 12-9 Irish win … notched one goal and one assist in the 13-6 victory over St. John’s at the Big City Classic … scored one goal in wins against Providence (9-1), Georgetown (9-7) and Villanova (10-7) … produced two goals and one assist in an 8-6 win over Syracuse that clinched the BIG EAST regular-season title for the Irish … kept the goal streak going with a tally in an 8-7 setback to St. John’s in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship … registered a goal and an assist in a 13-7 win over Yale in the first round of the NCAA Championship … put Notre Dame up 9-8 midway through the fourth quarter of a 12-10 win over Virginia in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … earned his third monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): A starter in all 14 games … posted eight goals and four assists … picked up a career-best 11 ground balls … scored a goal in back-to-back wins over Penn State (6-2) and Drexel (11-7) … came up big in a 10-9 win at Denver by tallying a career-high three goals … netted a goal in an 8-3 victory at Rutgers in the BIG EAST opener … notched first career assist in a

FOLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2010 11/0 1 0 1 2 14 .071 4 2011 14/14 8 4 12 11 40 .200 25 2012 16/16 13 8 21 9 49 .265 23 2013 16/16 6 7 13 5 51 .118 27 Totals 57/46 28 19 47 27 154 .182 79

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12-8 win over Villanova … had a goal in a 10-7 besting of St. John’s … two assists in a 14-3 victory at Providence … scored a goal in an 11-8 setback at Syracuse … assisted on a goal in a 13-6 triumph of Penn in the first round of the NCAA Championship … picked up two ground balls versus Drexel and St. John’s … earned his second monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Played in 11 games during his rookie season … came on strong towards the end of the season … one goal and picked up two ground balls … saw his first action during the sixth game of the season, a 14-7 win over Denver … played in the final nine contests of the season … scored a goal and picked up a ground ball in an 11-3 win over Providence … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-year letterwinner in lacrosse … team captain as a senior … first team all-area, all-league and all-state … selected to New Jersey state all-star game … Under Armour Underclassmen All-America game MVP … named Morris County Scholar-Athlete of the Year … Morris County champions … member of two non-public state championship teams … earned three letters in football … New Jersey tournament of champions runner-up as a junior in football … first-team all-conference and allcounty at wide receiver and cornerback … received football team’s MVP award as a senior … high honors student … an AP art student in high school … son of Gene and Jane Foley … graduated from the College of Arts and Letters in May 2013 with an economics degree. FOLEY’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 3 (Denver ‘11) Assists: 2, three times (MR: Penn State ‘13) Points: 3, three times (MR: Syracuse ‘12) GB: 2, six times (MR: Denver ‘13)


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TYLER KIMBALL Midfielder 6-2 • 205 Phoenix, Maryland Gilman School

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2010, 2011, 2013)

Played in 43 career games and posted 21 points on 12 goals and nine assists … 12 ground balls … three-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned three monograms. AS A SENIOR (2013): Played in all 16 games as a key member of Notre Dame’s second midfield unit … registered career-high totals in goals (9), assists (5) and points (14) … also scooped up a career-best nine ground balls … scored his first goal of the season in the 10-9 overtime win at Penn State … netted a goal in an setback to Hofstra to start a career-best six-game point streak … picked up a career-high two ground balls against Hofstra … had an assist in wins over Denver, Ohio State and Rutgers … produced a career-high three points with a career-best two goals and one assist in a loss to St. John’s … tallied a goal and an assist in a win over Marquette … scored a goal in back-to-back wins over Georgetown and Villanova … deposited a goal in a 9-3 setback to Syracuse in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Tournament … scored a goal in the loss to Duke in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … received his third monogram. AS A JUNIOR (2012): Played in all 16 games … was on Notre Dame’s second midfield line … tallied two goals and two assists … scored the goal that gave the Irish a 5-3 lead in an eventual 6-5 win at Drexel … tallied the goal that put Notre Dame up 9-5 in a 10-7 victory at Villanova … had an assist in an 8-7 setback to St. John’s in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship …

assisted on the goal that put the Irish up 6-4 in a 12-10 win over Virginia in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … earned his second monogram. AS A SOPOHOMORE (2011): Played in four games … registered two points on one goal and one assist … assisted on a goal in an 11-7 win over Drexel in the home opener … saw time in a 10-9 victory at Denver … picked up a ground ball in a 14-3 road win at Providence … scored his first collegiate goal in a 9-8 overtime setback at North Carolina … earned his first monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Played in seven games during his rookie season … assisted on one goal … picked up one ground ball and forced one turnover … made his collegiate debut during the fourth game of the season, a 7-6 overtime loss at Drexel … assisted on a goal in a 10-8 setback versus Fairfield … forced a turnover during the 7-6 overtime win over Ohio State … his final action of the season came during a 13-6 win at St. John’s … also played against Denver (W, 14-7),

KIMBALL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G 2010 7/0 0 2011 4/0 1 2012 16/0 2 2013 16/0 9 Totals 43/0 12

A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 1 1 1 3 .000 3 1 2 1 5 .200 3 2 4 1 21 .095 8 5 14 9 37 .243 20 9 21 12 66 .182 34

P/Min UpG DnG 1-1:00 0 0 0-0:00 0 0 1-0:30 0 0 1-1:00 0 0 3-2:30 0 0

Rutgers (L, 10-8) and Providence (W, 11-3). PREP AND PERSONAL: Prep team ranked first nationally … netted two goals in the 2007 Under Armour underclassman game … ranked 73rd overall and 23rd-ranked midfielder in Inside Lacrosse Power 100 … tallied 16 goals and 12 assists as a senior … two-time first team all-Baltimore and first team all-Examiner in football … two-time honorable mention all-state on the gridiron in addition to being all-conference … led the team in touchdowns, rushing yards and passing yards during his senior season … selected to Baltimore Touchdown Club Senior all-star game … played football at the Naval Academy prep during the fall of 2008 and was the second-leading scorer on the team … attended same high school as former Irish lacrosse player Alex Wharton (‘08) … graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in May 2013 with a finance degree … finished with a 3.188 cumulative GPA.

KIMBALL’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 2 (St. John’s ‘13) Assists: 1, nine times (MR: Marquette ‘13) Points: 3 (St. John’s ‘13) GB: 2 (Hofstra ‘13)

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JOHN KEMP Goalie 5-9 • 170 Potomac, Maryland Georgetown Prep

HONORS & AWARDS • USILA First Team All-America (2012) • USILA Honorable Mention All-America (2011, 2013) • Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award (2012) • BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year (2012) • All-BIG EAST First Team (2012, 2013) • All-BIG EAST Second Team (2011) • NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team (2012) • Tewaaraton Award Nominee (2012, 2013) • MLL Draft Pick (Rochester-4th Round)

Three-time United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-America honoree … earned first team All-America accolades as a junior and honorable mention All-America honors as a sophomore and senior … 2012 BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Year … three-time all-BIG EAST performer … produced a 36-13 career record with a 7.07 goals-against average and a .590 save percentage … the win total ranks second in program history behind his older brother Joey, while the goals-against average mark is third in Irish history … made 498 career saves and picked up 92 ground balls … three monograms … selected by Rochester in the fourth round of the 2013 MLL Draft … he was the first goalie picked in the draft. AS A SENIOR (2013): Earned honorable mention All-America accolades from the USILA … AllBIG EAST First Team … Tewaaraton Award nominee … started all 16 games and posted an 11-5 record … ranked 10th nationally and first in the BIG EAST with an 8.19 goals-against average … was 22nd nationally in save percentage (.539) … 153 saves and 21 ground balls … made 10 or more saves in 10 games … allowed just five goals and made 10 saves in a 13-5 season-opening vic-

tory at Duke … was named the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Blue Devils … surrendered a seasonlow four goals (full game) along with making 11 saves in a 9-4 triumph of Ohio State … gave up just three goals in 47:25 of action in a 17-5 win over Marquette … stopped 14 shots in a 13-9 triKEMP’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP/GS W-L 2010 4/2 1-2 2011 14/14 11-3 2012 16/16 13-3 2013 16/16 11-5 Totals 50/48 36-13

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umph of Villanova … made a season-high 15 saves in a 9-3 setback to Syracuse in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship … had 10 saves in a 9-7 win over Detroit in the first round of the NCAA Championship … made 13 saves in his final collegiate game, a 12-11 loss to Duke in the NCAA quarterfinals … earned his third monogram. KEMP’S CAREER BESTS Saves: 18 (Penn State ‘12) Fewest Goals Allowed (full game): 2 (Penn State ‘11) Minutes Played: 69:25 (Denver ‘12) GB: 5, five times (MR: Ohio State ‘13)


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Fighting Irish AS A JUNIOR (2012): Received first team AllAmerica honors from the USILA … earned the Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top goalie … BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Year along with earning first team all-league accolades … ranked first nationally in goals-against average (6.27) and save percentage (.637) … was 11th nationally in saves per game (11.06) … made 177 saves … a Tewaaraton Award nominee … was 13-3 and played all but seven minutes between the pipes for the Irish … picked up 38 ground balls … he and the Irish defense allowed seven or fewer goals in 12 of the team’s 16 games … notched 10 or more saves in 10 of the 16 games … had 14 saves and allowed just three goals in a 7-3 seasonopening win over Duke … made a career-high 18 saves in a 4-3 overtime setback to Penn State … surrendered just five goals apiece in back-to-back 6-5 road wins against Drexel and Hofstra (OT) … stopped 17 shots in an 8-7 victory at Ohio State … allowed just one goal in 52:44 of action in a 9-1 win over Providence … registered 13 saves in a 9-7 triumph at Georgetown … held Syracuse to just six goals and made 11 saves in an 8-6 victory that clinched the BIG EAST regular-season title for the Irish … totaled 39 saves in three NCAA Championship contests … had 12 stops in the 13-7 first-round win over Yale and then made 14 saves in a 12-10 triumph of Virginia in the quarterfinals … recorded 13 saves in a 7-5 setback to Loyola in the semifinals … selected to the NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team … earned his second monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Earned honorable mention All-America honors from the USILA … second team all-BIG EAST … started all 14 games for the Fighting Irish and posted an 11-3 record … ranked second nationally in goals-against average (6.60) and fourth in save percentage (.602) … collected 139 saves … made a career-high 14

saves in a 12-7 season-opening victory over Duke … only allowed two goals and made eight saves in a 6-2 win at Penn State … stopped 13 shots in a 10-9 triumph at Denver … gave up just three tallies and made 10 saves in an 8-3 win at Rutgers in the BIG EAST opener … that was the first of a four-game stretch with a double-digit save total … had 11 stops in a 12-8 besting of Villanova … registered 12 saves in a 7-6 victory over Georgetown … made 11 stops in a 10-7 win over St. John’s … his seventh double-digit save total of the season came at North Carolina where he made 12 stops in a 9-8 overtime setback … played a career-high 61:03 and picked up a career-high five ground balls against the Tar Heels … made nine saves and allowed just six goals in a 13-6 win over Penn in the first round of the NCAA Championship … earned his first monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Played in four games, including two starts, during his rookie campaign … played 175:25 between the pipes … totaled 29 saves and allowed 22 goals for a 7.52 goals-against average and a .569 save percentage … picked up six ground balls … his first action of the season against Rutgers when he replaced an injured Scott Rodgers … played the entire second half in the 10-8 setback to the Scarlet Knights … made eight saves and allowed five goals to Rutgers … made his first career start in the next contest, a 9-8 setback at Villanova … made a season-high 10 saves and picked up four ground balls against the Wildcats … played the entire second half during an 11-8 setback at Georgetown … stopped six shots and surrendered five goals versus the Hoyas … notched his first career win as he only allowed three goals and made five saves in an 11-3 besting of Providence … played the first 55:25 against the Friars. PREP AND PERSONAL: Under Armour AllAmerican … Under Armour Senior Classic participant … U.S. Lacrosse All-American … recipient

of the Tim Wynne Award as the `Outstanding Goalie in the State of Maryland’ … garnered the Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Memorial Award as the `Outstanding Maryland High School Lacrosse Player’ … selected to the Toyota High School `AllTewaaraton Team’ … first team all-state … named the Washington D.C. area player of the year by The Washington Post … first team all-Met … tabbed as the county player of the year and first team all-county … team MVP and captain at Georgetown Prep … first team all-conference (IAC) … had a career save percentage of 71 percent and a career goals-against average of 3.58 … was a member of the undefeated and top-ranked team nationally during his freshman lacrosse season … team went on to capture conference and state titles as well … saw lacrosse team finish nationally-ranked sophomore (4th) and junior (21st) years … served as team captain for both hockey and lacrosse teams senior year … was selected as honorable mention All-Metro DC area as well as being named second team All-Maryland in lacrosse as a junior … Under Armour Underclassmen regional team in 2008 … part of the Maryland Freestate team … played both hockey and lacrosse at Georgetown Prep, earning varsity letters every year in both sports … was a member of the German National Honor Society … brother, Joey, was a three-time All-American in goal for the Irish from 2005-08 … has six siblings … sisters Julie, Erin and Liz were swimmers for Miami (Fla.), Towson and Florida, respectively … brother, CJ, was a lacrosse goalie at Fairfield … son of Robert and Cheryl Kemp … father played football at William and Mary under former Notre Dame head coach Lou Holtz … graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in May 2013 with a finance degree.

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GRADUATED SENIORS DAVID MILLER Midfielder 6-3 • 200 Warrenton, Virginia Notre Dame Academy/Maryland Played one season at Notre Dame after transferring from Maryland … graduated from the University of Maryland and was on the Terrapin roster for four seasons … did not play during his sophomore season due to an injury … saw action in 30 games at Maryland and notched one assist and 13 ground balls … played all 16 games during his one season with the Fighting Irish. FIFTH SEASON (2013): Played in all 16 games … a key member of Notre Dame’s defensive midfield group … the Notre Dame defense ranked 10th nationally and first in the BIG EAST with an 8.31 goals-against average … the Fighting Irish also ranked 10th nationally and first in the BIG EAST in man-down defense (.737) … picked up seven ground balls … scooped up a season-high two ground balls in a 13-9 win over Villanova … earned a monogram. AS A SENIOR AT MARYLAND (2012): Two ground balls in 12-6 win over Hartford … earned his first career point in a 10-7 win over Duke … two ground balls in 17-4 win over Marist … one ground ball and one caused turnover in 11-5 win over Villanova … one ground ball in 11-10 loss at North Carolina … helped hold the Blue Jays scoreless for final 29:17 in 9-6 win at Johns Hopkins … one ground ball in 10-9 win at No. 7 seed Lehigh in first round of NCAA tournament … one ground ball in 9-3 loss to No. 1 seed Loyola in title game of the NCAA Championship. AS A JUNIOR AT MARYLAND (2011): Returned to action, playing both long pole and short stick, in 16-4 win over Detroit Mercy … had one ground ball and a caused turnover versus the Titans … played strictly short-stick in 20-8 win over Georgetown … had one ground ball and one caused turnover versus the Hoyas … one ground ball in 12-8 win over Bellarmine … caused one turnover in 15-6 win over UMBC... caused one turnover in 11-4 win over St. Joseph’s. AS A SOPHOMORE AT MARYLAND (2010): Did not play due to injury. AS A FRESHMAN AT MARYLAND (2009):

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Fighting Irish Made his collegiate debut in 18-3 win over Presbyterian … two ground balls in 15-6 win over Binghamton. PREP AND PERSONAL: A 2007 U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American … was a tryout invitee for the 2008 U.S. Under-19 national team … ranked the No. 32 freshman midfielder in the nation according to Inside Lacrosse … ranked the 87th overall recruit by Inside Lacrosse … No. 51 on the Sports Illustrated Takkle 100 … missed most of his senior season at Notre Dame Academy due to injury … scored 10 goals with 12 assists and 40 groundballs in seven games … was still named honorable mention All-Met by the Washington Post … totaled 179 goals in his four seasons for

the Dragons, including a single-season record 86 as a junior in 2007 … led Notre Dame to the 2007 Division II VISAA (Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association) title … was named championship MVP after scoring four goals and adding an assist in the 8-7 win over Highland … two-time first team All-MILL (Maryland Independent Lacrosse League) honoree … son of Eric and Nancy Miller … played with his younger brother Matt during his one season at Notre Dame … graduated from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business with a Bachelor of Science degree … was a dual major in business and supply chain management … took graduate courses during his one year at Notre Dame.

MILLER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 2009^ 5/0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 0 2010^ Did Not Play 2011^ 7/0 0 0 0 3 1 .000 0 2012^ 18/0 0 1 1 8 2 .000 2 2013 16/0 0 0 0 7 0 .000 0 Totals 46/0 0 1 1 20 3 .000 2 ^ - at Maryland

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Fighting Irish AS A JUNIOR (2012): Earned honorable mention All-America honors from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) … second team all-BIG EAST … started all 16 games in the close defensive unit for the Irish … Notre Dame’s dominant defense led the nation in goals-against average (6.31) along with boasting the top man-down defense (.892) … had one assist and 30 ground balls … picked up a careerhigh five ground balls against St. John’s in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship … matched the career-high ground ball total versus Virginia in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … assisted on Notre Dame’s fourth goal in a 7-5 setback to Loyola in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship … that was his first career point … earned his first monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in one game … saw time in a 14-3 win at Providence. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Saw action in one game during his rookie season … took the field during the 11-3 win over Providence. PREP AND PERSONAL: A four-year varsity letterwinner with the lacrosse team at Notre Dame Academy … switched from midfielder to

MATT MILLER Defenseman 6-1 • 195 Warrenton, Virginia Notre Dame Academy HONORS & AWARDS • USILA Third Team All-America (2013) • USILA Honorable Mention All-America (2012) • Team Capatin (2013) • All-BIG EAST First Team (2013) • All-BIG EAST Second Team (2012) • USILA Scholar All-American (2013) • Senior CLASS Award Finalist (2013) • USILA North-South Game Participant (2013) • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2010, 2011, 2012) • MLL Draft Pick (Rochester-6th Round)

defense during sophomore year … tallied seven goals and nine assists during his senior season along with compiling 120 ground balls and 64 takeaways … named team MVP during his senior campaign … selected to The Washington Post all-Met second team in 2009 in addition to being a Washington Post all-Extra first team … first team Maryland Independent Lacrosse League … named all-conference and all-state on the way to leading team to a conference and state championship during sophomore campaign … also earned all-conference honors and a conference championship junior year … named team captain for his senior season … participated in the Under Armour underclassmen game as a member of the DC team … was a member of the National Honor Society … nominated as school president for student government … son of Eric and Nancy Miller … mother played lacrosse at Lynchburg … one sibling … brother, David, played lacrosse at Maryland and joined Matt on the Irish roster for the 2013 season … graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in May 2013 with a finance degree … finished with a 3.126 cumulative GPA.

Served as a team captain during his senior campaign … two-time United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) AllAmerica honoree … received all-BIG EAST accolades twice … played in 34 career games, including 32 starts … 58 ground balls … threetime BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned two monograms. AS A SENIOR (2013): A team captain … earned third team All-America honors from the USILA … first team all-BIG EAST … USILA Scholar All-American along with being a finalist for the Senior CLASS Award … competed in the USILA North-South All-Star game … started all 16 games … a major reason why the Fighting Irish defense posted the nation’s 10th-best goalsagainst average (8.31) … that mark ranked first among all BIG EAST teams … Notre Dame also ranked 10th nationally and first in the BIG EAST in man-down defense (.737) … picked up 28 ground balls … scooped up a season-best three ground balls on five occasions … received his second monogram.

MILLER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G 2010 1/0 0 2011 1/0 0 2012 16/16 0 2013 16/16 0 Totals 34/32 0

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GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 30 1 .000 0 28 0 .000 0 58 1 .000 0

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Goals: -Assists: 1 (Loyola^ ‘12) Points: 1 (Loyola^ ‘12) GB: 5, twice (St. John’s* ‘12 & Virginia^ ‘12) ^ - NCAA Tournament; * - BIG EAST Tournament

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GRADUATED SENIORS STEVE MURPHY Midfielder 6-2 • 195 Shirley, New York William Floyd High School HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2013) • MLL Draft Pick (New York-7th Round)

Played in all 63 games during his Notre Dame career and tallied 45 points on 28 goals and 17 assists … 26 ground balls … earned four monograms … drafted by New York in the seventh round of the 2013 MLL Draft … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star. AS A SENIOR (2013): Played in all 16 games and was a major presence on Notre Dame’s second midfield line … notched a career-high 13 points on eight goals and five assists … picked up a career-high eight ground balls … matched a career-high mark with two goals in Notre Dame’s 13-5 season-opening win at Duke … tied the Penn State contest, 5-5, in the third quarter of an eventual 10-9 overtime victory … recorded three points on two goals and one assist in a 13-12 overtime triumph at Denver … picked up a season-high two ground balls in a 7-6 win at Rutgers … posted one goal and one assist in consecutive games against St. John’s (L, 12-10) and Marquette (W, 17-5) … had a goal and an assist in the loss to Duke in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … earned his fourth monogram. AS A JUNIOR (2012): Played in all 16 games on Notre Dame’s second midfield line … tallied 12 points on five goals and a career-best seven assists … five ground balls … notched an assist in a 10-9 triple-overtime victory over Denver … his goal put the Irish up 4-1 in a 12-9 triumph of Rutgers … assisted on Notre Dame’s fifth goal and tallied the team’s 12th goal in a 13-6 win over

Fighting Irish St. John’s in the Konica Minolta Big City Classic … assisted on the score that knotted the game 1-1 in an eventual 9-7 victory over Georgetown … registered a career-high two assists in a 10-7 victory at Villanova … his tally put Notre Dame up 5-2 in the third quarter of the 8-6 win over Syracuse that clinched the regular season BIG EAST title for the Irish … came up huge in the 12-10 triumph of Virginia in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship as he tallied a career-high four points on two goals and two assists … both the goal and assist totals matched career-best efforts … his first goal gave the Irish a 6-4 advantage in the second quarter, while his second tally put the team up 8-7 in the fourth quarter … received his third monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in all 14 games on Notre Dame’s second midfield unit … had 10 points on six goals and four assists … scored first goal of the season in the home opener, an 11-7 win over Drexel … had assists in back-toback victories over Ohio State (8-7) and Rutgers (8-3) … matched a then career-high total with two points on a goal and an assist in a 12-8 win over Villanova … had a goal in three straight Irish BIG EAST wins over Georgetown (7-6), St. John’s (10-7) and Providence (14-3) … produced a twopoint effort with a goal and an assist in a 13-6 triumph of Penn in the first round of the NCAA Championship … earned his second monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Played in every game during his rookie campaign … tallied nine goals and one assist … picked up seven ground balls … scored a season-high two goals in the season opener, an 11-7 win at Duke … deposited a goal in an 11-9 triumph of Loyola … registered a goal in the 14-7 victory over Denver … scored one goal in losses to Villanova (9-8) and Georgetown (11-8) … tallied a goal in an 11-3 win over Providence … matched a season-high point total of two with a goal and an assist in a 13-6 win at St. John’s … registered a goal in a 12-7 win over Cornell in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Under Armour AllAmerican … Under Armour Senior Classic participant … U.S. Lacrosse All-American … U.S. Lacrosse National Senior Showcase … three-time first team all-county in lacrosse … gold medalist at the 2008 Empire State games … all-Long Island

MURPHY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G 2010 17/0 9 2011 14/0 6 2012 16/0 5 2013 16/0 8 Totals 63/0 28

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… tallied over 200 career goals … scored 46 goals as a senior in an injury-shortened season … picked up 130 ground balls during his final prep campaign … holds every record at William Floyd for ground balls, goals, assists and faceoff wins … three-time all-county and three-time all-division … North vs. South Senior Showcase invitee … 2009 USILA preseason All-American … named a top-five player on Long Island according to Newsday … three-time all-division and academic all-division in football at quarterback and wide receiver … first team all-state in football … also two-time all-county and all-Long Island on the gridiron … received Boomer Esiason Award as the best quarterback on Long Island … Boomer Esiason Classic starting quarterback … Tony Cachia Award as the outstanding football player in Suffolk County … amassed 2,200 all-purpose yards as a senior (1,150 passing, 1,050 rushing) and 12 total touchdowns (13 passing, 12 rushing) … three-time Long Island champions in football … football team ranked 20th nationally during his junior campaign … received the Dellacave Award for the top athlete in Suffolk County (allsport award) … son of Steven and Lisa Murphy … graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in May 2013 with a finance degree.

MURPHY’S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 2, four times (MR: Denver ‘13) Assists: 2, twice (Villanova ‘12 & Virginia^ ‘12) Points: 4 (Virginia^ ‘12) GB: 3 (Duke^ ‘11) ^ - NCAA Tournament


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SEAN ROGERS Attackman 6-0 • 190 New Hyde Park, New York Holy Trinity HONORS & AWARDS • All-BIG EAST Second Team (2013) • All-BIG EAST First Team (2012) • Tewaaraton Award Watch List (2013) • Team Captain (2013)

Returned to the Fighting Irish for a fifth season … served as a team captain during the 2013 campaign … two-time all-BIG EAST honoree … played in 64 career games, including 61 starts … the 64 games played tied a program record113 points on 78 goals and 35 assists … 66 ground balls … earned four monograms. FIFTH SEASON (2013): A team captain … started all 16 games … posted career-high figures in goals (24), assists (15) and points (39) … all of those marks were second on the team … 20 ground balls … two man-up goals … second team all-BIG EAST … selected to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List … three-time BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll pick … had eight multiple-goal games … scored two goals in the 13-5 season-opening victory at Duke … began a 10-game point streak with two goals and an assist in a 10-9 triple-overtime victory over North Carolina … scored a goal in an 8-7 setback to Hofstra … tallied three goals and assisted on another in a 13-12 overtime triumph at Denver … scored with under a minute left in regulation to force overtime against the Pioneers … followed that performance up with two goals and an assist in a 9-4 win versus Ohio State … picked up a career-high six ground balls against the Buckeyes … produced his second hat trick of the season in a 12-10 setback to St. John’s … tallied one goal and matched a career-high

total of three assists in a 17-5 besting of Marquette … tied career-high marks for goals (4) and points (5) in a 13-8 win at Providence … registered his third straight game with four or more points by compiling two goals and two assists in a 10-8 win over Georgetown … scored a goal in a 9-3 loss to Syracuse in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Tournament … notched two goals and two assists in a 9-7 come-from-behind victory over Detroit in the first round of the NCAA Championship … scored a goal and assisted on two more in a 12-11 setback to Duke in the NCAA quarterfinals … earned his fourth monogram. AS A SENIOR (2012): Earned unanimous first team all-BIG EAST honors … started all 16 games and led the Irish with 22 goals … also had eight assists … picked up a career-high 24 ground balls … notched seven multiple-goal games … two-

ROGERS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS G A Pts. 2009 1/0 0 0 0 2010 17/15 14 5 19 2011 14/14 18 7 25 2012 16/16 22 8 30 2013 16/16 24 15 39 Totals 64/61 78 35 113

GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG 0 1 .000 1 8 35 .400 26 14 41 .439 30 24 70 .314 43 20 64 .375 41 66 211 .370 141

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time BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week (3/5, 4/23) … also named to the league’s weekly honor roll twice (3/19, 3/26) … scored two goals, including the game winner late in the fourth quarter, in a 6-5 win at Drexel … tallied three goals and one assist in a 6-5 overtime victory at Hofstra … netted the game winner in overtime in the win over the Pride … scored the game-winning goal in the third straight contest as he deposited the decisive tally in a 10-9 triple-overtime victory over Denver … had two goals and a career-high four ground balls against the Pioneers … gave the Irish a 3-2 lead in the second quarter of an 8-7 win at Ohio State … scored a careerhigh four goals in a 12-9 besting of Rutgers … assisted on two goals in a 9-1 win over Providence … had one goal and one assist in a 9-7 victory at Georgetown … produced three goals and one assist in a 10-7 win at Villanova … all three goals against the Wildcats came during an 8-0 Irish run … registered one goal and two assists in an 8-6 ROGERS’ CAREER HIGHS Goals: 4, twice (Rutgers ‘12 & Providence ‘13) Assists: 3, twice (Rutgers ‘11 & Marquette ‘13) Points: 5, twice (Denver ‘10 & Providence ‘13) GB: 6 (Ohio State ‘13)

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GRADUATED SENIORS win over Syracuse that clinched the BIG EAST regular-season title for the Irish … tallied two goals and one assist in a 13-7 victory over Yale in the first round of the NCAA Championship … netted two goals in a 12-10 triumph of Virginia in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … scored one goal in a 7-5 setback to Loyola in the NCAA semifinals … received his third monogram. AS A JUNIOR (2011): A starter in all 14 games … tied for the team lead in points (25) and goals (18) … also had seven assists … notched a point in every game of the season … picked up 14 ground balls … netted two goals in the 12-7 season-opening victory over Duke … had an assist in a 6-2 win at Penn State … registered two goals in back-to-back wins over Drexel (11-7) and Denver (10-9) … also had two assists against the Pioneers … had a season-high three goals in an 8-7 triumph of Ohio State … deposited the game winner against the Buckeyes with just 33 seconds remaining … notched four points on one goal and a career-high three assists in an 8-3 win at Rutgers in the season opener … scored a goal in a 12-8 besting of Villanova … two tallies in a 7-6 victory over Georgetown … had a goal in consecutive wins over St. John’s (10-7) and Providence (14-3) … scored a goal in setbacks at Syracuse (11-8) and North Carolina (9-8 in OT) … found the

ANDY WILL Midfielder 6-0 • 180 Olney, Maryland The Bullis School

HONORS & AWARDS • BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)

Switched from attack to midfield prior to his sophomore season … battled through injuries during his Notre Dame career … played in one career game and scored a goal in that contest … earned a monogram as a senior … four-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

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win over Dartmouth … attempted one shot against the Big Green … had limited playing time due to an injury. PREP AND PERSONAL: All-conference and All-Long Island selection as senior … named conference attackman of the year as a senior compiling 53 goals and 63 assists for a total of 116 points … notched a 12-point game … totaled over 300 career points … led his team to a Class A Championship in the CHSAA … selected as an Under Armour All American … an Inside Lacrosse Top-20 Rising Junior, Top-50 Rising Senior and Top-100 Incoming Freshman … ranked in New York Newsday’s Top-50 players … a four-year letterwinner in lacrosse at Holy Trinity … an allconference and all-Long Island selection as a junior … named the conference’s attackman of the year as a junior by totaling 32 goals and 59 assists for 91 points … registered a 10-point game that season … team captain as a senior … two-time Long Empire member and a two-time gold-medal winner … participated in the Town of Hempstead League all-star game … a three-year starter in basketball … son of Robert and Barbara Rogers … graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in the spring of 2012 with a finance degree … took graduate courses during his final year at Notre Dame.

AS A SENIOR (2013): Played in one game … saw his first collegiate game action in the 17-5 win over Marquette and scored Notre Dame’s final goal of the contest … earned his first monogram. AS A JUNIOR (2012): Did not see game action. AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Did not see game action. AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Did not see action PREP AND PERSONAL: Two-sport athlete in football and lacrosse for The Bullis School … earned a varsity letter all four seasons in lacrosse and final three years in football … three-year starter in lacrosse … tallied 37 goals and 21 assists as a senior en route to being selected first team all-state and honorable mention all-metro-

politan … also named first team all-county, allgazette and all-conference (IAC) … competed in the Maryland state senior game … received MVP award for his high school squad after leading the team in points … tallied 85 goals and 44 assists during his prep career … selected team captain for senior campaign in lacrosse … named to adidas All-America team as well as the Baltimore Elite Lacrosse all-star team for lacrosse in 2008 … named defensive MVP in football after junior season … three-year starter at running back and outside linebacker … member of the National Honor Society … has one sibling … son of Michael and Debra Will … brother, Brian, played lacrosse at Georgetown University … graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in May 2013 with a finance degree … finished with a 3.306 cumulative GPA.

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History & Records

A unique tradition to the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse program is the playing of the bagpipes. Prior to each game, the Fighting Irish take the field as one of their teammates plays the instrument. The tradition was started by Sean Meehan in the late 1990’s and has been passed down ever since.


HISTORY

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All-Time Assistant Coaches

Mark Tallmadge 1981-82 Kevin Corrigan 1983 Austin Henry 1984-85 David Cerny 1987-88 Gerry Byrne 1989-91, 2007-present Mark Vita 1990-91 Kevin Lawler 1990-91 Wally Stack 1991 Chris Burdick 1992-93 Chip Castro 1992-93 Kevin Gates 1992-93 Matt Gleason 1992-93 Tim Shea 1994-96 Paul Shea 1994-95 Jim Busse 1995 Brian Mayglothing 1996 Kevin Anderson 1997-2006 Steve Ciccarone 1997 Jim Finlay 1998-99 Will DeRiso 2000 Matt Rienzo 2001 Dave Campbell 2002-03 Steve Bishko 2004 (v) Guy Van Arsdale 2004 Dave Cornell 2005-06 Brian Fisher 2007-12 Matt Karweck 2012-present

Year Coach 1981 Rich O’Leary 1982 Rich O’Leary 1983 Rich O’Leary 1984 Rich O’Leary 1985 Rich O’Leary 1986 Rich O’Leary 1987 Rich O’Leary 1988 Rich O’Leary 1989 Kevin Corrigan 1990 Kevin Corrigan 1991 Kevin Corrigan 1992 Kevin Corrigan 1993 Kevin Corrigan 1994 Kevin Corrigan 1995 Kevin Corrigan 1996 Kevin Corrigan 1997 Kevin Corrigan 1998 Kevin Corrigan 1999 Kevin Corrigan 2000 Kevin Corrigan 2001 Kevin Corrigan 2002 Kevin Corrigan 2003 Kevin Corrigan 2004 Kevin Corrigan 2005 Kevin Corrigan 2006 Kevin Corrigan 2007 Kevin Corrigan 2008 Kevin Corrigan 2009 Kevin Corrigan 2010 Kevin Corrigan 2011 Kevin Corrigan 2012 Kevin Corrigan 2013 Kevin Corrigan 33-Year Totals

W 6 9 6 9 9 9 6 10 7 9 7 10 11 10 9 9 9 5 8 10 14 5 9 7 7 10 11 14 15 10 11 13 11 305

L Pct. Rank 6 .500 -- 6 .600 -- 7 .461 -- 3 .750 -- 7 .562 -- 4 .692 -- 5 .545 -- 4 .714 -- 6 .538 -- 7 .562 17th 7 .500 -- 5 .667 -- 3 .786 15th 2 .833 14th 5 .643 15th 4 .692 11th 3 .750 9th 7 .417 20th 6 .571 14th 4 .714 13th 2 .875 4th 8 .385 -- 5 .643 18th 5 .583 12th 4 .636 19th 5 .667 17th 4 .733 11th 3 .824 5th 1 .938 2nd 7 .588 20th 3 .786 5th 3 .813 5th 5 .688 7th 156 .662

Conference NCAA 5-5 -7-3 (1st) -5-4 -8-1 (1st) -5-0 (1st); 7-2 -5-1; 7-2 -3-1 (2nd); 4-3 -3-1 (T-1st); 5-3 -1-2; 4-3 -3-0 (1st); 5-2 First Round 2-1; 4-2 -2-1 (1st); 4-1 First Round 3-0 (1st); 3-1 First Round 3-0 (1st) First Round 4-0 (1st) Quarterfinals 4-0 (1st) First Round 3-0 (1st) First Round 2-1 (2nd) -3-1 (T-1st) First Round 5-0 (1st) Quarterfinals 5-0 (1st) Semifinals 4-1 (T-1st) -4-1 (T-1st) -4-1 (2nd) -3-2 (3rd) -3-2 (2nd) First Round 5-0 (1st) First Round 4-1 (T-1st)* Quarterfinals 5-0 (1st)* First Round 2-4 (4th) Finalist 5-1 (2nd) Quarterfinals 6-0 (1st) Semifinals 4-2 (3rd) Quarterfinals 20 titles 18 appearances

Notes: Notre Dame competed in the Midwest Lacrosse Association from 1981-93, including the MLA’s Great Lakes Conference from 1985-93. During those years, the GLC record is listed first, followed by MLA record. Notre Dame was a member of the Great Western Lacrosse League from 1994-2009. Notre Dame was in the BIG EAST Conference from 2010-13. The rankings are from the season’s final United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association listing. * - won GWLL tournament.

The only two head coaches in the history of the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse program are the late Rich O’Leary (left) and Kevin Corrigan, seen here during the 2004 season. O'Leary passed away in July of 2009.

Head Coaches Rich O’Leary 64-42 (.604) 1981-88

Kevin Corrigan 241-114 (.679) 1989-present

Notre Dame in the USILA National Rankings First Ranking: T-17th; final 1990 Highest Ranking: 1st, 2011 & 2013 Highest Final Ranking: 2nd, 2009 Highest Preseason Ranking: 3rd, 2013 Years Ranked in USILA Poll: 22: 1990, ’93, ’94, ’95, ’96, ’97, ’98, ‘99, 2000, ’01, ’02, ’03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Years Ranked in USILA Top 15: 21 in a row: 1993, ’94, ’95, ’96, ’97, ’98, ‘99, 2000, ’01, ’02, ’03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Years Ranked in USILA Top 10: 15: 1996, ’97, ’98, 2001, ’03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Years Ranked in USILA Top 5: 8: 2001, ‘04, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Years Ranked in USILA Preseason Poll: 20: 1994-17th, 1995-17th, 1996-12th, 1997-14th, 1998-9th, 1999-19th, 2000-14th, 2001-11th, 2002-11th, 2003-17th, 2004-8th, 2005-14th, 200612th, 2007-11th, 2008-8th, 2009-T-9th, 2010-9th, 2011-7th, 2012-9th, 2013-3rd Years Ranked in USILA Final Poll: 20: 1990-17th, 1993-15th, 1994-14th, 1995-15th, 199611th, 1997-9th, 1999-14th, 2000-13th, 2001-4th, 2003-18th, 2004-12th, 2005-19th, 2006-17th, 2007-11th, 2008-5th, 2009-2nd, 2010-20th, 2011-5th, 2012-5th, 2013-7th Note: The final USILA poll is traditionally released prior to the NCAA Tournament. At times the preseason poll has been released after some teams have played games.

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YEARLY STATISTICS

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Year-By-Year Statistics Year

1981 Notre Dame Opponents 1982 Notre Dame Opponents Notre Dame 1983 Opponents Notre Dame 1984 Opponents Notre Dame 1985 Opponents Notre Dame 1986 Opponents Notre Dame 1987 Opponents Notre Dame 1988 Opponents Notre Dame 1989 Opponents Notre Dame 1990 Opponents 1991 Notre Dame Opponents 1992 Notre Dame Opponents 1993 Notre Dame Opponents Notre Dame 1994 Opponents Notre Dame 1995 Opponents Notre Dame 1996 Opponents Notre Dame 1997 Opponents Notre Dame 1998 Opponents Notre Dame 1999 Opponents Notre Dame 2000 Opponents Notre Dame 2001 Opponents Notre Dame 2002 Opponents Notre Dame 2003 Opponents Notre Dame 2004 Opponents Notre Dame 2005 Opponents Notre Dame 2006 Opponents 2007 Notre Dame Opponents 2008 Notre Dame Opponents 2009 Notre Dame Opponents 2010 Notre Dame Opponents 2011 Notre Dame Opponents 2012 Notre Dame Opponents 2013 Notre Dame Opponents

G Goals A P Shots Saves P/Min. GB C-F EM FOW

12 114 68 182 456 241 85-75:30 455 254-98 25-54 116 12 115 60 175 543 168 94-82:00 458 227-89 17-64 160 15 182 124 306 585 253 131-111:30 659 290-135 31-62 192 15 173 92 265 51 246 99-89:30 562 259-103 27-76 192 13 166 88 254 412 197 96-85:30 640 — 24-63 202 13 128 56 186 388 237 95-76:00 579 — 24-70 124 12 144 70 214 418 207 89-79:00 402 — 25-69 114 12 88 49 137 356 190 97-89:30 416 — 12-76 110 16 169 89 258 502 230 83-74:00 703 — 30-81 170 16 143 80 223 462 210 111-92:00 706 — 22-61 153 13 136 73 209 505 184 80-69:30 790 303-145 22-58 200 13 121 58 179 466 180 83-71:00 718 271-132 22-52 111 11 124 86 210 380 143 65-55:30 592 187-85 26-76 132 11 107 57 164 411 134 81-71:00 519 196-89 12-61 270 14 140 92 236 501 191 69-57:00 549 77-167 19-94 149 14 112 61 171 407 146 78-77:30 505 80-184 19-79 285 13 113 64 177 463 139 70-63:30 503 106-57 16-76 121 13 99 42 141 352 200 85-79:00 506 117-64 23-63 122 16 166 85 252 674 204 89-77:00 809 304-94 19-89 191 16 165 76 241 565 223 98-75:30 629 292-187 28-77 194 14 145 81 226 574 206 54-54:30 709 266-137 19-73 176 14 143 76 219 521 158 67-64:30 553 274-192 20-61 161 15 211 149 360 684 222 75-61:00 815 364-126 31-89 219 15 118 54 162 494 216 89-76:30 672 241-222 16-75 155 14 188 116 304 659 174 82-60:30 817 367-116 28-71 180 14 142 70 212 554 216 80-64:30 759 346-146 17-74 159 12 158 94 252 507 162 82-72:00 577 395-114 22-59 153 12 127 71 198 449 182 66-57:00 537 309-171 26-86 155 14 164 94 258 569 181 64-52:00 661 284-92 30-78 135 14 114 68 182 463 181 64-58:30 513 257-230 19-67 173 13 127 66 193 500 177 52-43:30 544 302-92 24-82 116 13 94 49 143 377 187 84-63:30 429 240-109 7-64 132 12 135 92 227 409 141 59-50:30 543 271-74 28-76 162 12 107 55 162 368 141 75-62:30 502 240-127 17-55 113 12 110 71 181 352 166 44-34:30 470 194-59 14-65 124 12 104 64 168 386 146 65-56:00 519 210-73 13-44 123 14 145 91 236 471 165 43-36:30 464 256-68 20-69 167 14 122 69 191 451 165 69-52:30 453 213-104 15-43 148 14 157 89 246 546 156 54-43:30 611 270-124 27-69 192 14 127 70 197 444 185 76-65:00 519 271-127 17-55 135 16 189 96 285 679 194 55-45:30 623 339-89 25-83 182 16 111 69 180 539 200 83-65:00 579 290-133 13-55 167 13 109 59 168 371 161 29-31:00 453 281-159 14-44 129 13 103 59 162 373 113 45-36:30 471 270-64 7-29 130 14 145 93 238 500 152 35-28:50 626 323-75 19-51 140 14 107 55 162 460 151 52-41:30 546 261-87 9-34 161 12 150 95 245 544 164 48/38:00 474 227-62 19-53 132 12 111 58 169 420 168 54/40:30 497 199-95 17-48 168 11 131 79 210 424 180 40/33:30 404 196-61 18-39 151 11 94 60 154 434 130 40/33:00 399 202-60 14-39 113 15 136 96 232 497 164 33/26:00 518 237-63 14-56 171 15 115 72 187 494 179 57/48:30 522 250-102 7-33 131 15 175 103 278 575 173 46/35:30 550 269-67 29-58 177 15 100 60 160 481 171 61/49:30 495 254-86 12-44 147 17 206 120 326 678 197 36/32:00 543 324-80 29-65 241 17 120 66 186 534 221 69/58:30 493 340-78 15-36 143 16 176 101 277 662 197 28/22:30 603 302-69 23-60 184 16 99 60 159 505 205 60/48:00 535 304-80 7-27 147 17 155 70 225 582 195 37/27:00 463 286-62 21-71 185 17 128 72 200 511 184 75/59:00 486 289-59 9-36 156 14 132 65 197 493 140 28/18:30 369 222-26 12-40 152 14 92 42 134 411 158 40/29:30 354 239-31 5-27 122 16 138 69 207 513 179 37/27:30 447 271-34 9-35 148 16 101 66 167 504 165 36/27:30 430 261-35 4-37 148 16 159 88 247 586 154 43/32:00 430 268-35 12-46 177 16 133 81 214 494 163 46/33:30 459 286-39 10-38 171

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ALL-AMERICANS

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United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association All-America Honorees 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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Mike Iorio (D, So.), Third Team Mike Iorio (D, Jr.), Third Team Randy Colley (A, Sr.), Honorable Mention Mike Iorio (D, Sr.), Second Team Randy Colley (A, Sr.), Honorable Mention Todd Rassas (D, So.), Third Team Alex Cade (G, So.), Honorable Mention Jimmy Keenan (M, So.), Honorable Mention Todd Rassas (D, Jr.), Second Team Jimmy Keenan (M, Jr.), Honorable Mention Todd Rassas (D, Sr.), Third Team Jimmy Keenan (M, Sr.), Honorable Mention Chris Dusseau (A, Sr.), Honorable Mention Tom Glatzel (A, Jr.), Honorable Mention David Ulrich (A, Jr.), Honorable Mention Tom Glatzel (A, Sr.), First Team Kirk Howell (G, Sr.), Second Team Steve Bishko (M, Sr.), Third Team Mike Adams (D, Sr.), Honorable Mention David Ulrich (A, Sr.), Honorable Mention A.J. Wright (D, Sr.), Honorable Mention Pat Walsh (A, Fr.), Honorable Mention Pat Walsh (A, So.), Third Team D.J. Driscoll (D, Jr.) Honorable Mention Pat Walsh (A, Jr.), Honorable Mention D.J. Driscoll (D, Sr.) Second Team Joey Kemp (G, So.) Honorable Mention Brian Hubschmann (M/A, Sr.) Honorable Mention Sean Dougherty (D, Jr.) Honorable Mention Joey Kemp (G, Jr.) Honorable Mention Michael Podgajny (M, Jr.) Honorable Mention Will Yeatman (A, Fr.) Honorable Mention Joey Kemp (G, Sr.) First Team Sean Dougherty (D, Sr.) Third Team Michael Podgajny (M, Sr.) Honorable Mention Ryan Hoff (A, Jr.) Honorable Mention Ryan Hoff (A, Sr.) Third Team Regis McDermott (D, Sr.) Third Team Scott Rodgers (G, Sr.) Third Team Sam Barnes (D, Jr.) Honorable Mention Grant Krebs (M, Jr.) Honorable Mention Grant Krebs (M, Sr.) Honorable Mention Scott Rodgers (G, Sr.) Honorable Mention Zach Brenneman (M, Jr.) Honorable Mention David Earl (M, Jr.) Honorable Mention Kevin Ridgway (D, Jr.) Honorable Mention David Earl (M, Sr.) First Team Kevin Ridgway (D, Sr.) First Team Zach Brenneman (M, Sr.) Second Team Sam Barnes (D, Sr.) Honorable Mention Andrew Irving (LSM, Sr.) Honorable Mention John Kemp (G, So.) Honorable Mention John Kemp (G, Jr.) First Team Kevin Randall (D, Sr.) First Team Jim Marlatt (M, So.) Honorable Mention Matt Miller (D, Jr.) Honorable Mention Jim Marlatt (M, Jr.) Third Team Matt Miller (D, Sr.) Third Team Matt Kavanagh (A, Fr.) Honorable Mention John Kemp (G, Sr.) Honorable Mention

Mike Iorio

Randy Colley

Defense Chester, N.J. Mendham H.S. USILA Third Team 1993, 1994 USILA Second Team 1995

Attack Wilton, Conn. Wilton H.S. USILA Honorable Mention 1994-95

Year GP G A Pts. GB 1992 15 0 0 0 58 1993 14 3 4 7 45 1994 12 6 2 8 55 1995 14 1 1 2 37 Totals 55 10 7 17 195

Todd Rassas

Alex Cade

Defense Northfield, Ill. Loyola Acad. USILA Second Team 1997 USILA Third Team 1996, 1998

Goal North Potomac, Md. Landon School USILA Honorable Mention 1996

Year GP G A Pts. GB 1995 13 0 0 0 33 1996 13 0 2 2 41 1997 12 1 0 1 68 1998 12 1 1 2 52 Totals 50 2 3 5 194

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 Totals

GP GA Svs. Pct. Time GAA 13 92 158 .632 724:28 7.62 13 88 169 .658 737:45 7.16 12 98 133 .576 663.37 8.86 12 101 161 .615 679:00 8.92 50 379 621 .621 2804:50 8.11

Jimmy Keenan

Chris Dusseau

Midfield Floral Park, N.Y. Chaminade H.S. USILA Honorable Mention 1996-98

Attack Columbus, Ohio Upper Arlington H.S. USILA Honorable Mention 1999

Year GP G A Pts. GB 1995 14 5 3 8 23 1996 13 15 19 34 59 1997 12 12 28 40 42 1998 12 22 13 35 40 Totals 51 54 63 117 164

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Year GP G A Pts. GB 1992 15 43 28 71 33 1993 14 48 23 71 61 1994 12 33 24 57 30 1995 14 49 25 74 47 Totals 55 173 100 273 171

Year GP G A 1996 13 29 2 1997 12 29 5 1998 12 24 2 1999 14 33 2 Totals 51 115 11

Pts. GB 31 17 34 16 26 14 35 15 126 62


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Year GP 1998 12 1999 14 2000 14 2001 16 Totals 56

David Ulrich

Tom Glatzel

Kirk Howell

Attack Baltimore, Md. Boys’ Latin H.S. USILA Honorable Mention 2000-01

Attack Ellicott City, Md. Boys’ Latin H.S. USILA First Team 2001 USILA Honorable Mention 2000

Goal Nashville, Tenn. Montgomery Bell Acad. USILA Second Team 2001

G A Pts. GB 16 18 34 13 17 31 48 41 17 32 49 50 20 29 49 56 70 110 180 160

Year GP GA Svs. Pct. Time GAA 1998 3 3 5 .625 41:00 4:39 1999 14 118 160 .576 825:54 8.57 2000 14 119 153 .563 821:00 8.70 2001 16 105 180 .632 891:34 7.07 Totals 47 345 498 .591 2579:28 8.03

Steve Bishko

Mike Adams

A.J. Wright

Midfield West Islip, N.Y. West Islip H.S. USILA Third Team 2001

Defense Wilton, Conn. Wilton H.S. USILA Honorable Mention 2001

Defense Timonium, Md. Loyola Blakefield H.S. USILA Honorable Mention 2002

Year GP G A Pts. GB 1998 13 0 3 3 27 1999 14 16 8 24 40 2000 14 17 6 23 44 2001 16 19 5 34 69 Totals 56 52 22 74 180

Year GP 2003 14 2004 12 2005 11 2006 15 Totals 52

Year GP G A Pts. GB 1998 7 2 1 3 6 1999 14 26 15 41 30 2000 14 38 18 56 61 2001 16 40 27 67 46 Totals 51 106 61 167 143

Year GP G A Pts. GB 1998 6 0 0 0 1 1999 14 0 0 0 37 2000 14 3 0 3 43 2001 16 0 1 1 37 Totals 50 3 1 4 118

Year GP G A Pts. GB 1999 2 0 0 0 0 2000 14 0 0 0 26 2001 16 0 0 0 28 2002 12 0 0 0 31 Totals 45 0 0 0 85

Pat Walsh

D.J. Driscoll

Joey Kemp

Attack Wantagh, N.Y. Wantagh H.S. USILA Third Team 2004 USILA Honorable Mention 2003, 2005

Defense Downington, Pa. Malvern Prep USILA Second Team 2006 USILA Honorable Mention 2005

Goal Potomac, Md. Georgetown Prep USILA First Team 2008 USILA Honorable Mention 2006 & 2007

G A Pts. GB 20 32 52 33 21 26 47 20 21 22 43 19 22 28 50 28 84 108 192 100

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2003 14 1 0 1 61 2004 12 0 0 0 37 2005 10 0 0 0 37 2006 15 0 2 2 67 Totals 51 1 2 3 202

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP GA Svs. Pct. Time GAA 11 70 131 .652 502:40 8.36 15 108 159 .596 859:57 7.54 15 96 153 .614 849:03 6.78 17 109 190 .635 978:06 6.69 58 383 633 .623 3189:46 7.20

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Sean Dougherty

Brian Hubschmann

Ryan Hoff

Defense Malvern, Pa. Malvern Prep USILA Third Team 2008 USILA Honorable Mention 2007

Attack/Midfield Short Hills, N.J. Delbarton USILA Honorable Mention 2007

Attack Baldwin, Md. Dulaney USILA Third Team 2009 USILA Honorable Mention 2008

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2005 11 0 0 0 14 2006 15 0 0 0 41 2007 15 1 0 1 33 2008 17 0 0 0 38 Totals 58 1 0 1 126

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2003 12 3 3 6 7 2004 11 18 11 29 20 2005 DNP 2006 15 31 19 50 24 2007 15 27 12 39 20 Totals 53 79 45 124 71

Michael Podgajny

Will Yeatman

Regis McDermott

Midfield Ridley Park, Pa. Ridley USILA Honorable Mention 2007 & 2008

Attack San Diego, Calif. Rancho Bernardo USILA Honorable Mention 2007

Defense Amityville, N.Y. Chaminade USILA Third Team 2009

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2005 11 10 6 16 10 2006 11 7 8 15 6 2007 15 26 13 39 63 2008 16 25 9 34 50 Totals 53 68 36 104 129

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2007 15 21 25 46 27 Totals 15 21 25 46 27

Scott Rodgers Goal Wantagh, N.Y. MacArthur USILA Third Team 2009 USILA Honorable Mention 2010 Year GP GA Svs. Pct. Time GAA 2006 2 3 3 .500 21:23 8.42 2007 5 4 20 .833 51:57 4.62 2008 Did Not Play 2009 16 95 187 .663 928:28 6.14 2010 15 105 161 .605 833:13 7.56 Totals 38 207 371 .642 1835:01 6.77

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Year GP G A 2006 15 21 1 2007 15 40 4 2008 17 41 4 2009 16 32 3 Totals 63 134 12

Pts. GB 22 10 44 27 45 13 35 27 146 77

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2006 15 0 0 0 24 2007 15 0 1 1 20 2008 17 0 0 0 37 2009 14 0 0 0 53 Totals 61 0 1 1 134

Sam Barnes

Grant Krebs

Defense Branford, Conn. Branford USILA Honorable Mention 2009 & 2011

Midfield Annapolis, Md. St. Mary’s USILA Honorable Mention 2009 & 2010

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2007 5 0 0 0 0 2008 17 0 0 0 18 2009 16 0 1 1 28 2010 Did Not Play-Injury 2011 14 0 0 0 14 Totals 52 0 1 1 60

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2007 12 3 1 4 8 2008 17 26 9 35 24 2009 16 29 9 38 34 2010 17 24 4 28 26 Totals 62 82 23 105 92

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David Earl

Zach Brenneman

Kevin Ridgway

Midfield Simsbury, Conn. Westminster School USILA First Team 2011 USILA Honorable Mention 2010

Midfield East Hampton, N.Y. East Hampton USILA Second Team 2011 USILA Honorable Mention 2010

Defense Kensington, Md. Georgetown Prep USILA First Team 2011 USILA Honorable Mention 2010

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2008 15 2 3 5 34 2009 16 12 3 15 44 2010 17 22 6 28 49 2011 14 15 10 25 30 Totals 62 51 22 73 157

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2008 17 10 2 12 3 2009 16 17 7 24 25 2010 17 29 13 42 12 2011 12 16 6 22 11 Totals 62 72 28 100 51

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2008 11 0 0 0 2 2009 16 0 0 0 24 2010 17 0 0 0 21 2011 12 0 0 0 13 Totals 56 0 0 0 60

Andrew Irving

John Kemp

Kevin Randall

LSM McLean, Va. The Hotchkiss School USILA Honorable Mention 2011

Goalie Potomac, Md. Georgetown Prep USILA First Team 2012 USILA Honorable Mention 2011, 2013

Defense Penfield, N.Y. Penfield USILA First Team 2012

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2008 10 1 0 1 20 2009 16 1 2 3 51 2010 17 3 2 5 76 2011 10 3 3 6 20 Totals 53 8 7 15 167

Matt Miller Defense Warrenton, Va. Notre Dame Academy USILA Third Team 2013 USILA Honorable Mention 2012 Year GP G A Pts. GB 2010 1 0 0 0 0 2011 1 0 0 0 0 2012 16 0 1 1 30 2013 16 0 0 0 28 Totals 18 0 1 1 50

Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 Totals

GP GA Svs. Pct. Time GAA 4 22 29 .569 175:25 7.52 14 92 139 .602 835:48 6.60 16 101 177 .637 966:55 6.27 16 131 153 .539 959:15 8.19 50 346 498 .590 2937:23 7.07

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2009 8 0 0 0 3 2010 17 0 0 0 22 2011 14 0 0 0 10 2012 15 0 0 0 20 Totals 54 0 0 0 55

Jim Marlatt

Matt Kavanagh

Midfielder Clarksville, Md. River Hill USILA Third Team 2013 USILA Honorable Mention 2012

Attack Rockville Centre, N.Y. Chaminade/ Hotchkiss USILA Honorable Mention 2013

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2011 DNP-Injured 2012 16 19 12 31 11 2013 16 20 12 32 43 Totals 32 39 24 63 54

Year GP G A Pts. GB 2013 16 32 16 48 25 Totals 16 32 16 48 25

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2001 NATIONAL SEMIFINALIST

Fighting Irish

First Round

(5) Notre Dame 12, Bucknell 7 Michie Stadium • West Point, N.Y.

Quarterfinals

(5) Notre Dame 13, (4) Johns Hopkins 9 Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md.

Semifinals

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(1) Syracuse 12, (5) Notre Dame 5 Yurcak Field • Piscataway, N.J.

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2010 NATIONAL FINALIST

Fighting Irish

First Round

Notre Dame 8, (6) Princeton 5 Class of 1952 Stadium • Princeton, N.J.

Quarterfinals

Notre Dame 7, (3) Maryland 5 Princeton Stadium • Princeton, N.J.

Semifinals

Notre Dame 12, (7) Cornell 7 M&T Bank Stadium • Baltimore, Md.

Final

(5) Duke 6, Notre Dame 5 (OT) M&T Bank Stadium • Baltimore, Md.

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2012 NATIONAL SEMIFINALIST

Fighting Irish

First Round

(4) Notre Dame 13, Yale 7 Arlotta Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.

Quarterfinals

(4) Notre Dame 12, (5) Virginia 10 PPL Park • Chester, Pa.

Semifinals

(1) Loyola 7, (4) Notre Dame 5 Gillette Stadium • Foxborough, Mass.

() - indicates tournament seed

First Round

(4) Notre Dame 13, Yale 7 Arlotta Stadium • Notre Dame, Ind.

Quarterfinals

(4) Notre Dame 12, (5) Virginia 10 PPL Park • Chester, Pa.

Semifinals

(1) Loyola 7, (4) Notre Dame 5 Gillette Stadium • Foxborough, Mass.

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Fighting Irish

Notre Dame NCAA Championship Results Overall Record: 12-18 Home 4-1/Away 3-8/Neutral 5-9

1990 First Round (Cambridge, Mass.) (5) Harvard 9, ND 3

1992 First Round (Baltimore, Md.) (5) Johns Hopkins 15, ND 7

1993 First Round (Charlottesville, Va.) (5) Virginia 19, ND 9

1994 First Round (Charlottesville, Va.) (5) Virginia 23, ND 4

1995 First Round (Durham, N.C.) ND 12, (5) Duke 10

Quarterfinals (College Park, Md.) (4) Maryland 14, ND 11

1996 First Round (Annapolis, Md.) (7) Johns Hopkins 12, ND 7

1997 First Round (Towson, Md.) (6) Loyola 21, ND 5

1999 First Round (Towson, Md.) (5) Georgetown 14, ND 10

2000 First Round (Baltimore, Md.)

ND 8, (6) Princeton 5

ND 7, (3) Maryland 5

1992 NCAA Tournament – First Round

ND 12, (7) Cornell 7

(5) Johns Hopkins 15, Notre Dame 7 May 10, 1992 • Baltimore, Md.

(6) ND 8, Colgate 7 (ot)

Quarterfinals (Ithaca, N.Y.) (3) Syracuse 11, (6) ND 9

2009 First Round (Notre Dame, Ind.) Maryland 7, (7) ND 3

2010 First Round (Princeton, N.J.) Quarterfinals (Princeton, N.J.) Semifinals (Baltimore, Md.) Final (Baltimore, Md.) (5) Duke 6, ND 5 (ot)

2011 First Round (Notre Dame, Ind.) (4) ND 13, Penn 6

Quarterfinals (Foxborough, Mass.) (5) Duke 7, (4) ND 5

2012 First Round (Notre Dame, Ind.) (4) ND 13, Yale 7

Quarterfinals (Chester, Pa.) (4) ND 12, (5) Virginia 10

Semifinals (Foxborough, Mass.) (1) Loyola 7, (4) ND 5

ND 15, (6) Loyola 13

(4) Johns Hopkins 15, ND 11

Quarterfinals (Indianapolis, Ind.)

2001 First Round (West Point, N.Y.) (5) ND 12, Bucknell 7

Quarterfinals (College Park, Md.) (5) ND 13, (4) Johns Hopkins 9

Semifinals (Piscataway, N.J.) (1) Syracuse 12, (5) ND 5

2006 First Round (Charlottesville, Va.) (1) Virginia 14, ND 10

2007 First Round (Baltimore, Md.) (3) Johns Hopkins 11, ND 10 (ot)

(5) Harvard 9, Notre Dame 3 May 16, 1990 • Cambridge, Mass. Notre Dame 0 0 0 3 3 (5) Harvard 3 2 1 3 9 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Carey 2-0; Quigley 1-0; McHugh 0-1 HU: Cavuoti 3-1; Linehan 1-1; Reilly 2-0; Donovan 0-2; Dolan 1-0; Dodge 1-0; Rogers 1-0 ND HU Shots 28 34 Faceoffs Won 5 11 Saves Parent 11 Miller 14 63 53 Ground Balls Clears/Fails 12/8 14/7 Man-Up 0 of 5 1 of 3 Penalties 3-2:30 4-3:0

2008 First Round (Notre Dame, Ind.)

2013 First Round (Notre Dame, Ind.)

Quarterfinals (Baltimore, Md.)

1990 NCAA Tournament – First Round

(2) ND 9, Detroit 7

(7) Duke 12, (2) ND 11

Note - Tournament seed in parenthesis

Notre Dame 0 0 4 3 7 (5) Johns Hopkins 3 4 4 4 15 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Colley 3-0; Lamb 1-0, Perriello 1-0; Mayglothling 1-0; Snyder 1-0, Carroll 0-1; Ahmuty 0-1; O’Brien 0-1 JHU: Wright 4-0; Riordan 3-2; Wills 3-3; Lukac 2-0; Piccola 2-0; Jacobs 1-0; Burns 0-1 ND JHU Shots 41 47 Faceoffs Won 16 10 Parent 11 Giardina 21 Saves Jewell 9 Banks 1 Finn 0 Ground Balls 41 52 21/5 29/6 Clears/Fails Man-Up 0 of 1 2 of 2 Penalties 2-1:30 1-1:00

1993 NCAA Tournament – First Round (5) Virginia 19, Notre Dame 9 May 15, 1993 • Charlottesville, Va. Notre Dame 0 2 4 3 9 (5) Virginia 7 5 3 4 19 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Colley 3-2; Sutton 2-2; Snyder 1-0; Erickson 1-0; Mahoney 1-0; Iorio 1-0 UVA: Whitely 4-3; Pehlke 4-1; Traynor 3-1; Kamrath 3-0; Dixon 1-1; Falk 1-1; Driggs 1-1; Fox 1-0; Wilson 1-0; McQuaid 0-1; Crisp 0-1 Shots Faceoffs Won Saves Ground Balls Clears/Fails Man-Up Penalties

ND UVA 36 52 13 17 Jewell 2 Ireland11 Parent 5 Finn 9 38 46 21/6 29/6 2 of 10 1 of 6 6-5:30 10-7:30

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1994 NCAA Tournament – First Round

1996 NCAA Tournament – First Round

(5) Virginia 23, Notre Dame 4 May 14, 1994 • Charlottesville, Va.

(7) Johns Hopkins 12, Notre Dame 7 May 12, 1995 • Annapolis, Md.

Notre Dame 1 1 1 1 4 (5) Virginia 5 6 8 4 23 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Snyder 2-0; Colley 1-1; Iorio 1-0; Pett 0-1; Gallagher 0-1 UVA: Whitely 2-3; Fox 3-0; Nugent 1-3; Miller 1-3; Watson 1-2; Jones 1-1; Dausch 0-1; LaVerghetta 2-1; Vaughn 2-0; Traynor 3-0; Mueller 1-0; Johnson 1-0; Hoag 1-0; Birch 1-0; Dixon 1-0; Knight 2-0 ND UVA Shots 18 55 11 28 Faceoffs Won Saves Jewell 6 Ireland 3 Sullivan 4 Durling 6 Ground Balls 36 78 Clears/Fails 18/15 28/2 1 of 5 1 of 3 Man-Up Penalties 2-2:30 5-4:30

Notre Dame 2 2 2 1 7 (7) Johns Hopkins 2 3 2 5 12 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Keenan 1-4; Dusseau 2-0; DeRiso 1-1; Reid 1-0; Hayes 1-0; Erickson 1-0; Gilfillan 0-1 JHU: Marchant 4-0; Mar 0-3; Evans 0-2; Denihan 2-0; Kruger 1-1; Colbert 1-0; Bond 1-0; O’Kelly 1-0; Gagliardi 0-1 ND JHU Shots 35 42 9 13 Faceoffs Won Saves Cade 21 Marcus 13 Ground Balls 41 28 Clears/Fails 24/5 24/5 Man-Up 2 of 5 1 of 3 3-2:30 5-4:00 Penalties

1995 NCAA Tournament – First Round Notre Dame 12, (5) Duke 10 May 13, 1995 • Durham, N.C. Notre Dame 3 1 4 4 12 (5) Duke 3 4 0 3 10 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Colley 5-1; Kearney 3-0; DeRiso 1-0; Pett 1-0; Keenan 1-0; Erickson 1-0; Sutton 0-4; Gilfillan 0-1 DU: Harrison 2-0; Heavey 2-1; Allen 2-0; Fay 1-0; Gonella 1-2; Moscatelli 1-0; Whitten 1-0; Ogelsby 1-0 ND DU Shots 46 40 9 17 Faceoffs Won Saves Cade 18 Manning 21 Ground Balls 49 57 Clears/Fails 18/11 36/7 Man-Up 4 of 8 1 of 2 Penalties 2-2:00 8-3:30

1995 NCAA Tournament – Quarterfinals (4) Maryland 14, Notre Dame 11 May 20, 1995 • College Park, Md. Notre Dame 0 1 4 6 11 (4) Maryland 4 4 2 4 14 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Colley 3-3; Erickson 2-0; Kearney 2-0; Bialous 1-1; Sutton 1-0; Keenan 1-0; Hayes 1-0; Pett 0-2; Gifillan 0-1 UM: McGuire 2-0; Hilgartner 2-1; Fulks 2-1; Hahn 2-0; Chomo 1-4; Brothers 1-0; Whipple 1-0; Bullen 1-0; Bordi 1-2; Ruhl 1-0; Hanna 0-1; Niemi 0-1; Farmer 0-1 ND UM Shots 40 42 Faceoffs Won 13 15 Saves Cade 15 Doughtery 16 Ground Balls 53 56 Clears/Fails 16/9 36/7 Man-Up 1 of 10 3 of 6 Penalties 6-4:00 10-7:30

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1997 NCAA Tournament – First Round (6) Loyola 21, Notre Dame 5 May 11, 1997 • Towson, Md. Notre Dame 1 2 2 0 5 5 6 4 6 21 (6) Loyola Scoring (goals-assists)— ND: Webster 2-0; Oakey 1-0; Sargent 1-0; Owen 1-0; Taylor 0-1; DeRiso 0-1 LC: Schindler 7-1; Goettleman 4-2; Shearer 3-3; O’Shea 2-3; Frye 3-0; Euker 1-0; Conway 1-0; Georgalas 0-1; Vizcarrondo 0-1 ND LC 31 50 Shots Faceoffs Won 14 16 Saves Cade 9 Brown 17 Bolyard 3 Gaiser 3 54 58 Ground Balls Clears/Fails 11/8 24/4 Man-Up 1 of 4 3 of 3 Penalties 3-2:30 4-3:30

1999 NCAA Tournament – First Round (5) Georgetown 14, Notre Dame 10 May 16, 1999 • Towson, Md. Notre Dame 3 4 0 3 10 (5) Georgetown 4 3 3 4 14 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: D. Ulrich 1-3; Owen 3-0; T. Ulrich 0-3; Dusseau 2-0; Glatzel 2-0; Bishko 1-1; Flandina 1-0 GU: Flick 4-1; Henehan 3-2; McCavera 1-2; Gamble 2-0; Dusseau 1-1; Urick 1-1; Doyle 1-0; Wagner 1-0 ND GU Shots 35 39 Faceoffs Won 15 11 Saves Howell 13 Hole 15 Ground Balls 32 30 Clears/Fails 17/3 15/5 Man-Up 1 of 4 3 of 4 Penalties 4-3:30 4-3:00


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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

2000 NCAA Tournament – First Round

2001 NCAA Tournament ��� Quarterfinals

Notre Dame 15, (6) Loyola 13 May 14, 2000 • Baltimore, Md.

(5) Notre Dame 13, (4) Johns Hopkins 9 May 20, 2001 • College Park, Md.

Notre Dame 6 4 2 3 15 (6) Loyola 2 3 2 6 13 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Glatzel 4-3; Young 2-0; Oakey 1-1; Flandina 1-1; Harvey 1-1; D. Ulrich 1-2; Adams 1-0; Bishko 1-0; Fiamingo 1-0; Higgins 1-0; T. Ulrich 1-0 LC: T. Goettelmann 7-0; Horsey 2-0; Prout 1-0; G. Goettelmann 1-0; Mascarella 1-0; Battista 1-0; Haas 0-2 ND LC Shots 39 39 17 15 Faceoffs Won Saves Howell 15 Bloomquist 8 Ground Balls 56 43 Clears/Fails 21/14 25/6 Man-Up 3 of 5 1 of 3 3-2:00 5-4:00 Penalties

(5) Notre Dame 4 3 1 5 13 (4) Johns Hopkins 3 2 3 1 9 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Glatzel 4-1; Harvey 3-0; Flandina 2-1; Wells 2-0; Bishko 1-1; T. Ulrich 0-2; D. Ulrich 1-0; Ryan 0-1 JHU: Benson 3-1; Ford 1-2; Doneger 2-0; Hanna 1-0; McDermott 1-0; Muir 1-0; Boland 0-1; Wedin 0-1 ND JHU Shots 47 29 14 11 Faceoffs Won Saves Howell 17 Scherr 13 Ground Balls 28 40 Clears/Fails 18/6 15/5 Man-Up 0 of 5 1 of 1 1-1:00 5-3:00 Penalties

2000 NCAA Tournament – Quarterfinals (4) Johns Hopkins 15, Notre Dame 11 May 21, 2000 • Baltimore, Md. Notre Dame 3 3 2 3 11 (4) Johns Hopkins 3 5 7 0 15 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: T. Ulrich 3-0; Bishko 2-1; Harvey 2-0; Young 2-0; Flandina 1-2; Glatzel 1-1; Oakey 0-2; D. Ulrich 0-2 JHU: D. Denihan 4-4; Benson 3-0; C. Denihan 3-0; Shaberly 3-1; Doneger 1-3; Frattarola 1-0; Muir 0-1 ND JHU Shots 37 48 11 18 Faceoffs Won Saves Howell 11 Carcaterra 12 44 47 Ground Balls Clears/Fails 22/27 21/31 Man-Up 2 of 5 2 of 3 Penalties 3-2:30 5-5:00

2001 NCAA Tournament – First Round (5) Notre Dame 12, Bucknell 7 May 13, 2001 • West Point, N.Y. Bucknell 1 1 3 2 7 (5) Notre Dame 1 6 2 3 12 Scoring (goals-assists)— BU: Fletchet 3-0; Cheng 1-1; Lane 1-1; Hogue 1-0; Geraghty 1-0; Juelis 0-1 ND: Glatzel 1-3; Bishko 2-0; Harvey 2-0; D. Ulrich 2-0; Young 2-0; T. Ulrich 1-1; Flandina 1-0; Ryan 1-0 ND BU Shots 46 25 Faceoffs Won 17 6 Saves Howell 8 Sussman 11 Antol 0 Ground Balls 41 25 Clears/Fails 30/3 27/6 Man-Up 2 of 4 0 of 2 Penalties 2-1:30 4-3:00

2001 NCAA Tournament – Semifinals (1) Syracuse 12, (5) Notre Dame 5 May 26, 2001 • Piscataway, N.J. (5) Notre Dame 2 1 1 1 5 4 5 2 1 12 (1) Syracuse Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: D. Ulrich 1-2; Harvey 2-0; Frigon 1-0; Young 1-0; T. Ulrich 0-1 SU: Springer 6-0; Powell 0-4; Banks 0-3; Solliday 2-0; Vallone 1-0; Wright 1-0; Hogan 1-0; Januszkiewicz 1-0; ND SU Shots 32 33 Faceoffs Won 8 13 Saves Howell 14 Mulligan 11 Ground Balls 51 65 Clears/Fails 23/8 26/7 Man-Up 0 of 4 0 of 4 Penalties 4-2:30 4-2:30

2006 NCAA Tournament – First Round (1) Virginia 14, Notre Dame 10 May 13, 2006 • Charlottesville, Va. Notre Dame 1 3 3 3 10 (1) Virginia 3 4 5 2 14 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Hoff 3-0; Hubschmann 2-1; Karweck 2-1; Liva 2-0; Christman 1-1; Walsh 0-3; Driscoll 0-1 UVA: Ward 4-1; Dixon 3-1; Glading 2-3; Thompson 1-2; Poskay 1-1; Giannone 1-0; Billings 1-0; Morrissey 1-0; Rubeor 0-2. ND UVA Shots 34 50 Faceoffs Won 16 12 Saves Kemp 20 Turner 10 Ground Balls 41 53 Clears/Fails 20/3 24/2 Man-Up 3 of 5 1 of 2 Penalties 2-1:30 5-4:00

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2007 NCAA Tournament – First Round

2009 NCAA Tournament – First Round

(3) Johns Hopkins 11, Notre Dame 10 (OT) May 12, 2007 • Baltimore, Md.

Maryland 7, (7) Notre Dame 3 May 10, 2009 • Notre Dame, Ind.

Notre Dame 3 1 3 3 0 10 (3) Johns Hopkins 2 5 2 1 1 11 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Podgajny 4-0, Hubschmann 3-2, Hoff 2-0, Vecchio 1-0, Yeatman 0-2, Leach 0-1 JHU: Byrne 3-0, Rabil 2-2, Christopher 2-0, Peyser 1-0, Kimmel 1-0, Boyle 1-0, Dabrowski 1-0, Huntley 0-3, Bryan 0-1 ND JHU Shots 43 36 Faceoffs Won 7 17 Kemp 8 Schwartzman 14 Saves 35 38 Ground Balls Clears/Fails 17/7 18/2 Man-Up 1 of 3 0 of 0 Penalties 0-0:00 3-2:00

2008 NCAA Tournament – First Round (6) Notre Dame 8, Colgate 7 (OT) May 11, 2008 • Notre Dame, Ind. Colgate 3 2 1 1 0 7 (6) Notre Dame 1 1 2 3 1 8 Scoring (goals-assists) — CU: Kevin Colleluori 2-0, Zack Craumer 1-2, Brandon Corp 1-1, Matt Lalli 1-1, Ian Murphy 1-0, Joshua Back 1-0, Rob Bosco 0-1 ND: Alex Wharton 1-1, Ryan Hoff 1-0, Grant Krebs 1-0, Michael Podgajny 1-0, Peter Christman 1-0, Adam Felicetti 1-0, Neal Hicks 1-0, Zach Brenneman 1-0, Dan Gibson 0-1 CU ND Shots 23 40 Faceoffs Won 6 12 Harrington 18 Kemp 8 Saves Ground Balls 33 22 Clears/Fails 22/4 19/4 Man-Up 1 of 3 1 of 2 Penalties 2-1:00 3-2:00

Maryland 2 2 2 1 7 (7) Notre Dame 1 0 1 1 3 Scoring (goals-assists) — UM: Dan Groot 2-0, Grant Catalino 1-0, Jeremy Sieverts 1-0, Rob Morrison 1-0, Adam Sear 1-0, Joe Cummings 1-0, Will Yeatman 0-2, Ryan Young 0-2, Warren Hansen 0-1 ND: Grant Krebs 1-0, Zach Brenneman 1-0, Peter Christman 1-0, Neal Hicks 0-1 UM ND Shots 33 34 Faceoffs Won 4 9 Saves Phipps 9 Rodgers 14 Ground Balls 31 26 Clears/Fails 20/0 10/5 Man-Up 0 of 1 0 of 4 Penalties 4-3:00 1-1:00

2010 NCAA Tournament – First Round Notre Dame 8, (6) Princeton 5 May 16, 2010 • Princeton, N.J. Notre Dame 1 2 3 2 8 1 3 1 0 5 (6) Princeton Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: David Earl 5-0, Grant Krebs 1-1, Nicholas Beattie 1-0, Andrew Irving 1-0, Neal Hicks 0-1 PU: Jack McBride 2-3, Rob Engelke 2-0, Paul Barnes 1-0, Jimmy Davis 0-1 ND PU Shots 31 37 Faceoffs Won 8 8 Saves Rodgers 14 Fiorito 11 25 33 Ground Balls Clears/Fails 17/2 16/3 Man-Up 0 of 3 0 of 1 Penalties 1-0:30 3-2:00

2008 NCAA Tournament – Quarterfinals (3) Syracuse 11, (6) Notre Dame 9 May 18, 2008 • Ithaca, N.Y. (6) Notre Dame 1 1 6 1 9 (3) Syracuse 3 3 1 4 11 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Alex Wharton 2-2, Michael Podgajny 2-1, Peter Christman 2-1, Ryan Hoff 1-0, Grant Krebs 1-0, Zach Brenneman 1-0, Duncan Swezey 0-1, Neal Hicks 0-1 SU: Dan Hardy 3-1, Steven Brooks 2-0, Mike Leveille 1-2, Kenny Nims 1-1, Matt Abbott 1-1, Greg Niewieroski 1-0, Patrick Perritt 1-0, Stephen Keogh 1-0 ND SU Shots 34 48 Faceoffs Won 7 17 Saves Kemp 20 Galloway 11 Ground Balls 19 27 Clears/Fails 15/3 13/3 Man-Up 1 of 2 2 of 2 Penalties 2-1:30 2-2:00

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NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

2010 NCAA Tournament – Quarterfinals

2011 NCAA Tournament – First Round

Notre Dame 7, (3) Maryland 5 May 22, 2010 • Princeton, N.J.

(4) Notre Dame 13, Penn 6 May 14, 2011 • Notre Dame, Ind.

Notre Dame 4 1 2 0 7 (3) Maryland 1 2 1 1 5 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Sean Rogers 3-0, Nicholas Beattie 1-0, Grant Krebs 1-0, Max Pfeifer 1-0, David Earl 1-0, Neal Hicks 0-1, Zach Brenneman 0-1, Mike Creighton 0-1 UM: Travis Reed 1-1, Jake Bernhardt 1-0, Joe Cummings 1-0, Scott Larue 1-0, John Haus 1-0, Will Yeatman 0-1, Ryan Young 0-1 ND UM Shots 28 33 Faceoffs Won 10 5 Saves Rodgers 8 Phipps 13 Ground Balls 31 24 Clears/Fails 24/2 23/2 Man-Up 1 of 2 0 of 1 Penalties 2-1:30 3-2:30

Penn 2 3 0 1 6 (4) Notre Dame 4 4 2 3 13 Scoring (goals-assists) — UP: Dan Savage 1-1, Rob Fitzpatrick 1-0, Al Kohart 1-0, John Conneely 1-0, Will Amling 1-0, Morgan Griff 1-0 ND: Colin Igoe 3-1, Zach Brenneman 2-1, Nicholas Beattie 2-0, Westy Hopkins 2-0, Pat Cotter 2-0, Steve Murphy 1-1, Sean Rogers 1-0, Bobby Smith 0-2, Ryan Foley 0-1, David Earl 0-1, Eric Keppeler 0-1, Max Pfeifer 0-1 UP ND Shots 24 41 Faceoffs Won 6 17 Freeney 14 Kemp 9 Saves 23 27 Ground Balls Clears/Fails 20/0 20/1 Man-Up 0 of 2 1 of 2 Penalties 2-1:00 2-1:30

2010 NCAA Tournament – Semifinals Notre Dame 12, (7) Cornell 7 May 29, 2010 • Baltimore, Md. Notre Dame 3 3 2 4 12 (7) Cornell 1 2 2 2 7 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Neal Hicks 4-0, Zach Brenneman 3-0, Sean Rogers 1-1, Grant Krebs 1-0, Adam Felicetti 1-0, Andrew Irving 1-0, Steve Murphy 1-0, Nicholas Beattie 0-1, David Earl 0-1, Colin Igoe 0-1 CU: Steven Mock 3-0, Ryan Hurley 2-1, Ross Gillum 1-1, Roy Lang 1-0, Rob Pannell 0-2, David Lau 0-2, Jack Dudley 0-1 ND CU Shots 32 40 Faceoffs Won 11 12 Saves Rodgers 16 Fiore 10 Ground Balls 31 39 Clears/Fails 19/5 18/0 Man-Up 2 of 4 1 of 3 3-2:00 5-3:00 Penalties

2011 NCAA Tournament – Quarterfinals (5) Duke 7, (4) Notre Dame 5 May 22, 2011 • Foxborough, Mass. (5) Duke 1 2 1 3 7 (4) Notre Dame 3 0 1 1 5 Scoring (goals-assists) — DU: Justin Turri 2-0, Christian Walsh 1-1, David Lawson 1-1, Robert Rotanz 1-0, Jordan Wolf 1-0, Tucker Virtue 1-0 ND: Westy Hopkins 3-0, Max Pfeifer 1-1, Eric Keppeler 1-0, Sean Rogers 0-1, Zach Brenneman 0-1, Colin Igoe 0-1 DU ND Shots 28 34 Faceoffs Won 5 11 Saves Wigrizer 14 Kemp 8 18 27 Ground Balls Clears/Fails 15/2 9/0 Man-Up 0 of 2 1 of 2 Penalties 2-1:30 2-1:00

2010 NCAA Tournament – Final

2012 NCAA Tournament – First Round

(5) Duke 6, Notre Dame 5 (OT) May 31, 2010 • Baltimore, Md.

(4) Notre Dame 13, Yale 7 May 13, 2012 • Notre Dame, Ind.

Notre Dame 2 0 2 1 0 5 2 1 1 1 1 6 (5) Duke Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Zach Brenneman 3-0, David Earl 1-2, Sean Rogers 1-1 DU: Zach Howell 2-1, Steve Schoeffel 2-0, Justin Turri 1-0, C.J. Costabile 1-0, Max Quinzani 0-1, Ned Crotty 0-1 ND DU 31 33 Shots Faceoffs Won 8 7 Saves Rodgers 15 Wigrizer 5 Ground Balls 22 26 Clears/Fails 12/4 14/1 Man-Up 0 of 2 0 of 1 Penalties 1-0:30 2-1:00

Yale 2 2 1 2 7 (4) Notre Dame 4 2 4 3 13 Scoring (goals-assists) — YU: Deron Dempster 4-0, Brandon Mangan 2-0, Matt Gibson 1-4, Mark Dobrosky 0-1 ND: Jim Marlatt 3-2, Sean Rogers 2-1, Conor Doyle 2-0, Max Pfeifer 1-2, Ryan Foley 1-1, Westy Hopkins 1-0, Nicholas Beattie 1-0, Will Corrigan 1-0, Jack Near 1-0, Pat Cotter 0-2 YU ND Shots 37 23 Faceoffs Won 14 9 Saves Meyer 4 Kemp 12 Natale 0 Ground Balls 39 31 Clears/Fails 13/3 20/1 Man-Up 1 of 4 1 of 2 Penalties 3-2:00 4-2:00

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2012 NCAA Tournament – Quarterfinals

2013 NCAA Tournament – First Round

(4) Notre Dame 12, (5) Virginia 10 May 20, 2012 • Chester, Pa.

(2) Notre Dame 9, Detroit 7 May 11, 2013 • Notre Dame, Ind.

(5) Virginia 3 1 2 4 10 (4) Notre Dame 3 3 0 6 12 Scoring (goals-assists) — UVA: Steele Stanwick 2-5, Chris Bocklet 2-0, Rob Emery 2-0, Colin Briggs 2-0, Matt White 1-2, Owen Van Arsdale 1-0, Pat Harbeson 0-1, Chris LaPierre 0-1 ND: Max Pfeifer 3-1, Steve Murphy 2-2, Sean Rogers 2-0, Eric Keppeler 1-1, Westy Hopkins 1-0, Conor Doyle 1-0, Ryan Foley 1-0, Bobby Smith 1-0, Jim Marlatt 0-1, Tyler Kimball 0-1 UVA ND Shots 38 35 Faceoffs Won 13 13 Saves Fortunato 8 Kemp 14 31 34 Ground Balls Clears/Fails 16/0 14/1 Man-Up 0 of 1 0 of 3 Penalties 1-1:00 3-2:30

2012 NCAA Tournament – Semifinals (1) Loyola 7, (4) Notre Dame 5 May 26, 2012 • Foxborough, Mass. (4) Notre Dame 1 2 0 2 5 (1) Loyola 2 3 2 0 7 Scoring (goals-assists) — ND: Westy Hopkins 2-0, Sean Rogers 1-0, Jim Marlatt 1-0, Nicholas Beattie 1-0, Matt Miller 0-1, Alex Eaton 0-1, Liam O’Connor 0-1 LU: Eric Lusby 5-1, Davis Butts 1-0, Josh Hawkins 1-0, Mike Sawyer 0-1, Justin Ward 0-1, Chris Layne 0-1 ND LU Shots 28 28 Faceoffs Won 13 1 Kemp 13 Runkel 15 Saves 28 25 Ground Balls Clears/Fails 15/3 19/1 Man-Up 1 of 2 0 of 3 Penalties 3-3:00 2-1:30

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Detroit 2 3 2 0 7 (2) Notre Dame 0 1 2 6 9 Scoring (goals-assists) — UD: Brandon Beauregard 3-0, Alex Maini 2-2, Mike Birney 1-1, Tom Masterson 1-0, Scott Drummond 0-1, Thomas Sible 0-1 ND: Matt Kavanagh 4-0, Sean Rogers 2-2, Conor Doyle 2-0, Ryan Foley 1-0, Jim Marlatt 0-1 UD ND Shots 27 30 Faceoffs Won 10 9 Saves Levell 10 Kemp 10 32 30 Ground Balls Clears/Fails 17/6 18/0 Man-Up 0 of 1 0 of 2 Penalties 2-1:00 1-1:00

2013 NCAA Tournament – Quarterfinals (7) Duke 12, (2) Notre Dame 11 May 19, 2013 • Indianapolis, Ind. (7) Duke 3 3 3 3 12 (2) Notre Dame 2 4 3 2 11 Scoring (goals-assists) — DU: David Lawson 5-0, Josh Dionne 3-0, Jake Tripucka 1-1, Case Matheis 1-0, Christian Walsh 1-0, Deemer Class 1-0, Jordan Wolf 0-4 ND: Matt Kavanagh 3-3, Conor Doyle 3-0, Jim Marlatt 2-2, Sean Rogers 1-2, Steve Murphy 1-1, Tyler Kimball 1-0, Jack Near 0-1 DU ND Shots 43 32 Faceoffs Won 16 10 Turri 4 Kemp 13 Saves Ground Balls 31 21 Clears/Fails 19/0 18/5 Man-Up 0 of 0 3 of 4 Penalties 4-2:30 0-0:00


POINT RECORDS

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Team Point Records

Most Points/Game: 46 at Denver (25 goals, 21 assists), April 20, 1992 Most Points/Home Game: 45 vs. Mount Union (28 goals, 17 assists), April 9, 1983; 45 vs. Lake Forest (26 goals, 19 assists), March 18, 1992; 40 vs. Wittenberg (26 goals, 14 assists), April 26, 1987 Most Points/Opponent’s Field: 46 at Denver (25 goals, 21 assists), April 20, 1992 Most Points/By Opponent: 40, Loyola (27 goals, 13 assists), March 20, 1982 Most Points/Season: 360 (211 goals, 149 assists), 1992 Most Points Allowed/Season: 265 (173 goals, 92 assists), 1982 Fewest Points/Season: 163 (109 goals, 54 assists), 2002 Fewest Points Allowed/Season: 134 (92 goals, 42 assists), 2011

Most Points/Game Name John Olmstead John Olmstead Mike Sullivan Mike Sullivan Randy Colley Randy Colley Randy Colley Randy Colley

Date March 29, 1988 April 21, 1988 March 3, 1990 April 6, 1991 March 13, 1993 April 9, 1994 April 8, 1995 April 13, 1995

Opponent at Michigan at Wittenberg vs. Canisius at Denison vs. New Hampshire (N) vs. Adelphi vs. Harvard vs. Air Force

G 4 2 3 3 7 5 5 5

A Pts 5 9 7 9 6 9 6 9 2 9 4 9 4 9 4 9

G 3 5 5 5

A Pts 6 9 4 9 4 9 4 9

G 4 2 3

A Pts 5 9 7 9 6 9

Most Points/Home Game Name Mike Sullivan Randy Colley Randy Colley Randy Colley

Date March 3, 1990 April 9, 1994 April 8, 1995 April 13, 1995

Name John Olmstead John Olmstead Mike Sullivan

Date March 29, 1988 April 21, 1988 April 6, 1991

Opponent vs. Canisius vs. Adelphi vs. Harvard vs. Air Force

Most Points/Road Game Opponent at Michigan at Wittenberg at Denison

Most Points/Losing Effort Name Bob Trocchi John McLachlan

Date April 23, 1983 March 18, 1987

Name Andy John

Date May 9, 1982

Opponent at Wooster at Washington & Lee

G A Pts 2 5 7 4 3 7

Opponent/Most Points/Game Opponent Denison

G A Pts 9 2 11

Most Points/Season Overall: 74, Randy Colley (49 g, 25 a), 1995 Freshman: 52, Pat Walsh (20 g, 32 a), 2003 Sophomore: 71, Randy Colley (43 g, 28 a), 1992 Junior: 71, Randy Colley (48 g, 23 a), 1993 Senior: 74, Randy Colley (49 g, 25 a), 1995

Most Points/Season/By a Midfielder Overall: 54, Bill Bonde, 1982 Freshman: 27, Rob Tobin, 1993 Sophomore: 35, Grant Krebs, 2008 Junior: 44, Brian Mayglothling, 1992 Senior: 54, Bill Bonde, 1982

Most Points/Season/By a Defenseman Overall: 9, Justin Shay, 1985 Freshman: 8, Justin Shay, 1982 Sophomore: 7, Mike Iorio, 1993 Junior: 8, Mike Iorio, 1994 Senior: 9, Justin Shay, 1985

John Olmstead became the first Notre Dame player ever to score nine points in a game, netting five goals and assisting on four others against Michigan in 1988. Less than a month later, he had nine points again, this time versus Wittenberg.

Most Points/Career Overall: 273, Randy Colley (173 g, 100 a), 1991-95 By a Midfielder: 117, Jimmy Keenan (54 g, 63 a), 1995-98 By a Defenseman: 24, Justin Shay (16 g, 8 a), 1982-85

Individual Point Leaders/Career

Player Yrs Gm G A Pts. 1. Randy Colley 91-95 55 173 100 273 2. Pat Walsh 03-06 52 84 108 192 3. Mike Sullivan 89-92 58 97 88 185 4. David Ulrich 98-01 56 70 110 180 5. Tom Glatzel 98-01 51 106 61 167 6. Joe Franklin 83-86 53 119 42 161 7. John Olmstead 86-89 50 83 63 146 Ryan Hoff 06-09 63 134 12 146 9. Bob Trocchi 83-85 38 84 59 143 10. Robbie Snyder 91-94 55 95 47 142 11. Chris Dusseau 96-99 51 115 11 126 12. Steve Pearsall 81-84 46 72 53 125 13. Brian Hubschmann 03-07 53 79 45 124 14. Tom Grote 83-86 49 60 62 122 15. Jimmy Keenan 95-98 51 54 63 117 16. Willie Sutton 91-95 57 59 56 115 17. Sean Rogers 09-13 64 78 35 113 18. Brian McHugh 87-90 51 77 34 111 19. Grant Krebs 07-10 62 82 23 105 20. Michael Podgajny 05-08 53 68 36 104 Duncan Swezey 06-09 58 56 48 104

Individual Point Leaders/Season Player 1. Randy Colley 2. Randy Colley Randy Colley 4. Tom Glatzel 5. Steve Linehan 6. Bob Trocchi Mike Sullivan 8. Mike Sullivan Tom Grote John Olmstead

Yr 1995 1992 1993 2001 1982 1985 1991 1992 1986 1988

G A Pts. 49 25 74 43 28 71 48 23 71 40 27 67 42 22 64 32 27 59 32 27 59 32 26 58 29 29 58 33 25 58

Year Player 1981 Mike Lynch 1982 Steve Linehan 1983 Bob Trocchi 1984 Bob Trocchi 1985 Bob Trocchi 1986 Tom Grote 1987 John McLachlan 1988 John Olmstead 1989 John Olmstead 1990 Mike Sullivan 1991 Mike Sullivan 1992 Randy Colley 1993 Randy Colley 1994 Randy Colley 1995 Randy Colley 1996 Jimmy Keenan 1997 Will DeRiso 1998 Jimmy Keenan 1999 David Ulrich 2000 Tom Glatzel 2001 Tom Glatzel 2002 Dan Berger John Flandina 2003 Pat Walsh 2004 Pat Walsh 2005 Pat Walsh 2006 Pat Walsh Brian Hubschmann 2007 Will Yeatman 2008 Alex Wharton 2009 Neal Hicks 2010 Zach Brenneman 2011 Sean Rogers David Earl 2012 Jim Marlatt 2013 Matt Kavanagh

G 20 42 16 36 32 29 19 33 22 20 32 43 48 33 *49 15 18 22 17 38 40 21 10 20 21 21 22 31 21 21 25 29 18 15 19 32

A Pts. 11 31 22 64 20 36 12 48 27 59 29 58 29 48 25 58 17 39 *32 52 27 59 28 71 23 71 24 57 25 *74 19 34 25 43 13 35 31 48 18 56 27 57 4 25 15 25 32 52 26 47 22 43 28 50 19 50 25 46 32 53 18 43 13 42 7 25 10 25 12 31 16 48

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* - Denotes school record Bold indicates current player

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GOAL RECORDS Team Goal Records Most Goals/Game: 28 vs. Mount Union, 28-4, April 9, 1983 Most Goals/Home Game: 28 vs. Mount Union, 28-4, April 9, 1983; 26 vs. Lake Forest, 26-3, March 18, 1992; 26 vs. Wittenberg, 26-1, April 26, 1987 Most Goals/Road Game: 25 at Denver, 25-4, April 20, 1992 Most Goals/Losing Effort: 16 vs. Wooster, 22-16, April 21, 1985 Most Goals Allowed/Game: 27 at Loyola, 27-10, March 20, 1982 Most Goals/Both Teams: 38 vs. Wooster, 22-16, April 21, 1984 Most Goals/Season: 211, 1992 Most Goals Allowed/Season: 173, 1982 Fewest Goals/Season: 109, 2002 Fewest Goals Allowed/Season: 88, 1984 Individual Goal Records Most Goals/Game Name Date Opponent Goals March 13, 1993 vs. New Hampshire (N) 7 Randy Colley Ryan Hoff March 13, 2007 at Drexel 7 Most Goals/Home Game Name Date Opponent Goals April 19, 1986 vs. Denison 6 Joe Franklin Mike Quigley March 3, 1990 vs. Canisius 6 Jon Harvey April 19, 2000 vs. Villanova 6 Ryan Hoff February 24, 2008 vs. Penn State 6 Most Goals/Road Game Name Date Opponent Goals March 13, 2007 at Drexel 7 Ryan Hoff March 20, 1982 at Loyola 6 Steve Linehan John McLachlan April 13, 1985 at Wooster 6 Joe Franklin May 4, 1985 at Michigan State 6 Randy Colley April 2, 1994 at Hobart 6 Randy Colley April 29, 1995 at Michigan State 6 Jimmy Keenan March 8, 1998 at Air Force 6 Chris Dusseau April 24, 1999 at Massachusetts 6 Pat Walsh March 26, 2005 at Hofstra 6 Ryan Hoff May 5, 2007 at Quinnipiac 6 Most Goals/Neutral Game Name Date Opponent Goals March 13, 1993 vs. New Hampshire (Boston, Mass.) 7 Randy Colley Most Goals/Losing Effort Name Date Opponent Goals March 20, 1982 at Loyola 6 Steve Linehan Opponents/Most Goals/Game Name Date School Goals Andy John May 9, 1982 Denison 9 Most Goals/Season Overall: 49, Randy Colley, 1995 Sophomore: 43, Randy Colley, 1992 Freshman: 32, Matt Kavanagh, 2013 Senior: 49, Randy Colley, 1995 Junior: 48, Randy Colley, 1993 Most Goals Per Game/Season 3.50, Randy Colley, 1995 Most Goals/Season/By a Midfielder Overall: 40, Bill Bonde, 1982 Freshman: 13, Ed Lamb, 1990 Sophomore: 26, Grant Krebs, 2008 Senior: 40, Bill Bonde, 1982 Junior: 29, Grant Krebs, 2009; 29, Zach Brenneman, 2010 Most Goals/Season/By a Defenseman Overall: 9, Justin Shay, 1985 Freshman: 5, Justin Shay, 1982 Sophomore: 7, Mike Iorio, 1993 Junior: 8, Mike Iorio, 1994 Senior: 9, Justin Shay, 1985 Most Goals/Career Overall: 173, Randy Colley, 1991-95 By a Midfielder: 82, Grant Krebs, 2007-10 By a Defenseman: 16, Justin Shay, 1982-85 By a Goaltender: 1, Kirk Howell, 1997-2001 Note-bold indicates current player

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Individual Goal Leaders/Career

Player 1. Randy Colley 2 . Ryan Hoff 3. Joe Franklin 4 . Chris Dusseau 5. Tom Glatzel 6. Mike Sullivan 7. Robbie Snyder 8. Bob Trocchi Pat Walsh 10. John Olmstead 11. Grant Krebs 12. Brian Hubschmann 13. Sean Rogers 14. Brian McHugh 15. Dan Berger

Yrs Goals 1992-95 173 2006-09 134 1983-86 119 1996-99 115 1998-01 106 1989-92 97 1991-94 95 1983-85 84 2003-06 84 1986-89 83 2007-10 82 2003-07 79 2009-13 78 1987-90 77 2001-04 74

Individual Goal Leaders/Season

Player 1. Randy Colley 2. Randy Colley 3. Randy Colley 4. Steve Linehan 5. Ryan Hoff 6. Bill Bonde Joe Franklin Tom Glatzel Ryan Hoff 10. Tom Glatzel 11. Bob Trocchi 12. Robbie Snyder 13. Randy Colley John Olmstead Chris Dusseau

Year Goals 1995 49 1993 48 1992 43 1982 42 2008 41 1982 40 1985 40 2001 40 2007 40 2000 38 1984 36 1994 34 1994 33 1988 33 1999 33

Yearly Individual Goal Leaders

Year Player 1981 Mike Lynch 1982 Steve Linehan 1983 Joe Franklin Bob Trocchi 1984 1985 Joe Franklin 1986 Joe Franklin 1987 John Olmstead John Olmstead 1988 1989 John Olmstead Brian McHugh 1990 1991 Mike Sullivan 1992 Randy Colley Randy Colley 1993 1994 Robbie Snyder Randy Colley 1995 1996 Chris Dusseau 1997 Chris Dusseau Chris Dusseau 1998 1999 Chris Dusseau Tom Glatzel 2000 2001 Tom Glatzel 2002 Dan Berger 2003 Dan Berger 2004 Pat Walsh 2005 Jim Morrison 2006 Brian Hubschmann 2007 Ryan Hoff 2008 Ryan Hoff 2009 Ryan Hoff 2010 Zach Brenneman 2011 Sean Rogers Westy Hopkins 2012 Sean Rogers 2013 Matt Kavanagh Bold indicates current player

Pos. Goals Att 20 Att 42 Att 27 Att 36 Att 40 Att 31 Att 20 Att 33 Att 22 Att 32 Att 32 Att 43 Att 48 Att 34 Att 49 Att 29 Att 29 Att 24 Att 33 Att 38 Att 40 Att 21 Att 32 Att 21 Att 25 Att 31 Att 40 Att 41 Att 32 Mid 29 Att 18 Att 18 Att 22 Att 32


ASSIST RECORDS

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Team Assist Records

Most Assists/Game: 21 at Denver, April 20, 1992 Most Assists/Home Game: 19 vs. Lake Forest, March 18, 1992; 17 vs. Mount Union, April 9, 1983 Most Assists/Opponent’s Field: 21 at Denver, April 20, 1992 Most Assists/By Opponent: 14, Ohio Wesleyan, April 3, 1981 Most Assists/Losing Effort: 9 vs. Duke, May 19, 2013 (NCAA Tournament) Most Assists/Season: 149, 1992 Most Assists Allowed/Season: 92, 1982 Fewest Assists/Season: 64, 1989 Fewest Assists Allowed/Season: 42, 1989 & 2011

Individual Assist Records Most Assists/Game Date Opponent Assists Name April 21, 1988 at Wittenberg 7 John Olmstead Most Assists/Home Game Date Opponent Assists Name Mike Sullivan March 3, 1990 vs. Canisius 6 April 6, 1991 vs. Denison 6 Mike Sullivan Most Assists/Road Game Name Date Opponent Assists April 21, 1988 at Wittenberg 7 John Olmstead Most Assists/Neutral Game Name Date Opponent Assists March 23, 2003 vs. Hartford (Hempstead, N.Y.) 6 Matt Howell Opponent/Most Assists/Game Name Date School Assists April 20, 1991 Ohio Wesleyan 6 Rich Franz Steve Marohl March 11, 1992 Maryland-Baltimore Co. 6 Most Assists/Season Overall: 32, Mike Sullivan, 1990; David Ulrich, 2000; Pat Walsh, 2003; Alex Wharton, 2008 Sophomore: 32, Mike Sullivan, 1990 Freshman: 32, Pat Walsh, 2003 Junior: 32, David Ulrich, 2000 Senior: 32, Alex Wharton, 2008 Most Assists/Season/By a Midfielder Overall: 28, Jimmy Keenan, 1997 Sophomore: 19, Jimmy Keenan, 1996 Freshman: 15, Rob Tobin, 1993 Junior: 28, Jimmy Keenan, 1997 Senior: 23, Will Sutton, 1995 Most Assists/Season/By a Defenseman Overall: 6, Doug Spencer, 1988 and 1989 Freshman: 3, Justin Shay, 1982 Sophomore: 4, Mike Iorio, 1993 Senior: 6, Doug Spencer, 1989 Junior: 6, Doug Spencer, 1988 Most Assists/Career Overall: 110, David Ulrich, 1998-2001 By a Midfielder: 56, Will Sutton, 1991-95 By a Defenseman: 12, Doug Spencer, 1986-89

Mike Sullivan finished the 1990 season with 32 assists, setting a record that has been equaled three times since then, but not surpassed.

Individual Assist Leaders/Career

Player 1. David Ulrich 2. Pat Walsh 3. Randy Colley 4. Mike Sullivan 5. John Olmstead Jimmy Keenan 7. Tom Grote 8. Bob Trocchi 9. Will Sutton 10. Steve Pearsall

Yrs. Assists 1998-01 110 2003-06 108 1991-95 100 1989-92 88 1986-89 63 1995-98 63 1983-86 62 1983-85 59 1991-95 56 1981-84 53

Individual Assist Leaders/Season

Player 1. Mike Sullivan David Ulrich Pat Walsh Alex Wharton 5. David Ulrich 6. Steve Pearsall Tom Grote John McLachlan David Ulrich 10. Randy Colley Jimmy Keenan Pat Walsh 13. Mike Sullivan Bob Trocchi

Year Assists 1990 32 2000 32 2003 32 2008 32 1999 31 1982 29 1986 29 1987 29 2001 29 1992 28 1997 28 2006 28 1991 27 1985 27

Yearly Individual Assist Leaders

Year Player 1981 Mike Lynch 1982 Steve Pearsall 1983 Bob Trocchi 1984 Joe Franklin Bob Trocchi 1985 Bob Trocchi 1986 Tom Grote 1987 John McLachlan 1988 John Olmstead John Olmstead 1989 1990 Mike Sullivan 1991 Mike Sullivan 1992 Randy Colley 1993 Randy Colley 1994 Randy Colley Randy Colley 1995 1996 Jimmy Keenan 1997 Jimmy Keenan 1998 David Ulrich 1999 David Ulrich 2000 David Ulrich 2001 David Ulrich John Flandina 2002 2003 Pat Walsh 2004 Pat Walsh 2005 Pat Walsh 2006 Pat Walsh 2007 Will Yeatman 2008 Alex Wharton 2009 Duncan Swezey 2010 Neal Hicks 2011 David Earl 2012 Jim Marlatt 2013 Matt Kavanagh Bold indicates current player

Pos. Assists Att 11 Att/Mid 29 Att 20 Att 12 Att 12 Att 27 Att 29 Att 29 Att 25 Att 17 Att 32 Att 27 Att 28 Att 23 Att 24 Att 25 Mid 19 Mid 28 Att 18 Att 31 Att 32 Att 29 Mid 15 Att 32 Att 26 Att 22 Att 28 Att 25 Att 32 Att 20 Att 14 Mid 10 Mid 12 Att 16

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GOALIE RECORDS

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Team Save Records

Most Saves/Game: 31, at Loyola, March 20, 1982 Most Saves/Home Game: 23, vs. Michigan State, April 22, 1981; vs. Ohio State, April 28, 1982 Most Saves/Road Game: 31 at Loyola, March 20, 1982; 29 at Loyola, March 17, 1990 Most Saves/Losing Effort: 31 at Loyola, March 20, 1982 Most Opponent Saves/Game: 36, Denison, April 21, 1982 Most Saves/Season: 253, 1982 Most Opponent Saves/Season: 246, 1982 Fewest Saves/Season: 139, 1989 Fewest Opponent Saves/Season: 130, 2005

Individual Save Records

Most Saves/Game Name Date Opponent Saves Result Chris Parent March 17, 1990 at Loyola 29 L, 3-18 Most Saves/Home Game Date Opponent Saves Result Name April 22, 1981 vs. Michigan State 23 W, 8-5 Tim Michels Most Saves/Road Game Name Date Opponent Saves Result March 17, 1990 at Loyola 29 L, 3-18 Chris Parent Most Saves/Losing Effort Date Opponent Saves Result Name Chris Parent March 17, 1990 at Loyola 29 L, 3-18 Opponent/Most Saves/Game Name Date Opponent Saves Result April 21, 1982 Denison 36 Denison 15, ND 10 Mutscheller Most Saves/Season Overall: 231, Tim Michels, 1981 Freshman: 218, Rob Simpson, 1982 S ophomore: 173, Matt McQuillan, 1986 Junior: 177, John Kemp, 2012 Senior: 231, Tim Michels, 1981

Other Goalie Records SEASON SAVE PERCENTAGE (min. 50 saves) Name Year GA Saves Save Pct. Rob Simpson 1984 72 164 .695 Tim Michels 1981 110 231 .677 Matt McQuillan 1988 82 163 .665 Scott Rodgers 2009 95 187 .663 Ryan Jewell 1992 43 83 .659 SEASON GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE* Year GA Minutes GAA Name 1. Scott Rodgers 2009 95 928:28 6.14 2. John Kemp 2012 101 966:55 6.27 3. John Kemp 2011 92 835:48 6.60 4. Joey Kemp 2008 109 978:06 6.69 5. Joey Kemp 2007 96 849:03 6.78 SEASON VICTORIES Year Record Name 2009 15-1 1. Scott Rodgers 2. Kirk Howell 2001 14-2 Joey Kemp 2008 14-3 4. John Kemp 2012 13-3 5. Joey Kemp 2007 11-4 John Kemp 2011 11-3 John Kemp 2013 11-5 SEASON MINUTES PLAYED* Name Year Minutes 1. Joey Kemp 2008 978:06 2. John Kemp 2012 966:55 3. John Kemp 2013 959:15 4. Scott Rodgers 2009 928:28 5. Kirk Howell 2001 891:34 SEASON GROUND BALLS Name Year GB 1. Alex Cade 1998 71 2. Kirk Howell 2001 65 3. Kirk Howell 2000 57 4. Alex Cade 1995 52 5. Scott Rodgers 2009 47 CAREER SAVE PERCENTAGE (min. 100 saves) Years GA Saves Save Pct. Name 1981 110 231 .677 1. Tim Michels 2. Scott Rodgers 2006-10 207 371 .642 3. Matt McQuillan 1985-88 262 454 .634 4. Stewart Crosland 2001-05 240 398 .624 5. Pat Poletti 1982-84 78 129 .623 Joey Kemp 2005-08 383 633 .623 Note-bold indicates current player

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CAREER GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE* Years GA Minutes GAA Name 102 1835:01 6.77 1. Scott Rodgers 2006-10 2. John Kemp 2010-13 346 2937:23 7.07 3. Joey Kemp 2005-08 383 3189:46 7.20 4. Nick Antol 2001-03 104 782:23 7.98 5. Kirk Howell 1998-2001 345 2579:28 8.02 CAREER VICTORIES Name Years Record 1. Joey Kemp 2005-08 40-14 2. John Kemp 2010-13 36-13 3. Kirk Howell 1998-2001 32-12 Alex Cade 1995-98 32-18 5. Scott Rodgers 2006-10 24-6 Chris Parent 1990-93 24-14 CAREER WINNING PERCENTAGE (min. 10 wins) Name Years Record Pct. 1982-84 11-2 .846 1. Pat Poletti 2. Scott Rodgers 2006-10 24-6 .800 3. Joey Kemp 2005-08 40-14 .741 4. John Kemp 2010-13 36-13 .735 5. Matt McQuillan 1985-88 22-8 .733 CAREER MINUTES PLAYED* Name Years Minutes 1. Joey Kemp 2005-08 3189:46 2. John Kemp 2010-13 2937:23 3. Alex Cade 1995-98 2804.50 4. Kirk Howell 1998-2001 2578:28 5. Scott Rodgers 2006-10 1835:01 CAREER GAMES STARTED Name Years Starts 2005-08 56 1. Joey Kemp 2. Alex Cade 1995-98 50 3. John Kemp 2010-13 48 4. Kirk Howell 1998-2001 44 5. Rob Simpson 1982-85 38 Chris Parent 1990-93 38 CAREER GROUND BALLS Name Years GB 1. Alex Cade 1995-98 208 2. Kirk Howell 1998-2001 160 3. Joey Kemp 2005-08 124 4. John Kemp 2010-13 92 5. Ryan Jewell 1992-95 86 * - indicates records incomplete prior to 1991.

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Individual Save Leaders/Career

Player 1. Joey Kemp 2. Rob Simpson 3. Alex Cade 4. Kirk Howell John Kemp 6. Matt McQuillan 7. Chris Parent 8. Stewart Crosland 9. Scott Rodgers 10. Ryan Jewell 11. Tim Michels 12. Jeff Glazier 13. Tom Duane

Years Saves 2005-08 633 1982-85 623 1995-98 621 1997-01 498 2010-13 498 1985-86, 88 452 1990-93 416 2001-04 398 2006-10 371 1992-94 342 1981 231 1986-89 209 1989-90 141

Player 1. Tim Michels 2. Bob Simpson 3. Joey Kemp 4. Scott Rodgers 5. Kirk Howell 6. John Kemp 7. Matt McQuillan 8. Alex Cade 9. Rob Simpson 10. Matt McQuillan Alex Cade Stewart Crosland Scott Rodgers 14. Kirk Howell 15. Joey Kemp

Year Saves 1981 231 1982 218 2008 190 2009 187 2001 180 2012 177 1986 173 1996 169 1984 164 1988 161 1998 161 2004 161 2010 161 1999 160 2006 159

Individual Save Leaders/Season

Yearly Individual Save Leaders

Year Player 1981 Tim Michels 1982 Rob Simpson 1983 Rob Simpson 1984 Rob Simpson 1985 Matt McQuillan Matt McQuillan 1986 1987 Jeff Glazier 1988 Matt McQuillan 1989 Tom Duane 1990 Chris Parent 1991 Chris Parent 1992 Chris Parent 1993 Ryan Jewell 1994 Ryan Jewell 1995 Alex Cade 1996 Alex Cade 1997 Alex Cade 1998 Alex Cade 1999 Kirk Howell 2000 Kirk Howell 2001 Kirk Howell 2002 Nick Antol 2003 Stewart Crosland 2004 Stewart Crosland 2005 Joey Kemp 2006 Joey Kemp 2007 Joey Kemp 2008 Joey Kemp 2009 Scott Rodgers 2010 Scott Rodgers 2011 John Kemp 2012 John Kemp 2013 John Kemp Bold indicates current player

Saves 231 218 129 164 118 173 138 163 80 139 106 131 106 141 158 169 133 161 160 153 180 119 154 161 131 159 153 190 187 161 139 177 153


MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

Fighting Irish

Miscellaneous Team Records Most Games Played/Season: 17, 2008 (14-3); 17, 2010 (10-7) Most Wins/Season: 15, 2009 (15-1) Longest Winning Streak: 15, 2/14/09-5/3/09 Longest Home Winning Streak: 25, 4/29/05-4/19/09 Longest Conference Winning Streak: 19, 4/15/93-4/2/98 Longest Conference Home Winning Streak: 17, 4/23/94-4/18/01 Most Losses/Season: 8, 2002 (5-8) Fewest Wins: 5, 1998 and 2002 (5-7, 5-8) Fewest Losses: 1, 2009 (15-1) Consecutive Winning Seasons: 11, 2003-13 Largest Margin of Victory: 25 (26-1), vs. Wittenberg, 4/26/87; 24 (28-4), vs. Mount Union, 4/9/83; 23 (26-3), vs. Lake Forest, 3/18/92

Ground Ball Records Most Ground Balls/Game: 90 vs. UMBC, 3/20/93; 88 vs. Butler, 3/29/93; 87 at Denver, 4/20/92; 80 vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 4/17/93; 80 vs. Stony Brook, 4/13/92; 80 vs. Mount St. Mary’s, 4/11/92; 79 vs. New Hampshire, 3/19/94 Most Ground Balls By Opponent/Game: 79, Ohio Wesleyan, 4/17/93; 79, Hobart, 3/27/93 Most Ground Balls/Season: 817, 1993 Most Ground Balls Allowed/Season: 759, 1993

Shot Records Most Shots/Game: 77, vs. Mount Union, 4/10/85 Most Shots By Opponent/Game: 73, Loyola, 3/20/82 Most Shots/Season: 684, 1992 Most Shots By Opponent/Season: 565, 1990

Extra-Man Records Most Goals with Extra Man/Season: 31, 1982 and 1992 Most Attempts with Extra Man/Season: 89, 1992 Most Opponent Goals with Extra Man/Season: 27, 1981 and 1990 Most Opponent Attempts with Extra Man/Season: 86, 1994 Highest Extra-Man Percentage/Season: .500 (31-of-62), 1982; .500 (29-of-58), 2007 Highest Opponent Extra-Man Percentage/Season: .417 (15-of-36), 2008

Faceoffs Most Faceoffs Won/Game: 24, vs. Ohio State, 4/27/08; 24, at Denver, 4/29/92 Most Faceoffs Won By Opponent/Game: 28, Virginia, 5/14/94 Most Faceoffs Attempted/Game: 39 at Virginia, 5/14/94 Most Faceoffs Won/Season: 241, 2008 Most Faceoffs Won By Opponent/Season: 194, 1990 Highest Percentage/Season: .643 (200-111), 1986 Highest Percentage Opponent/Season: .580 (160-116), 1981

Midfielder Tim Corrigan – the younger brother of Irish head coach Kevin Corrigan – collected 83 ground balls in 1986, a total that has been surpassed just three times in Notre Dame history.

Midfielder Billy Ahmuty finished his career in 1994 with 280 ground balls, the most-ever by a Notre Dame player.

Individual Ground Ball Leaders/Career Player 1. Billy Ahmuty 2. John Capano 3. Kevin Higgins 4. Taylor Clagett 5. Will Sutton 6. Alex Cade 7. D.J. Driscoll 8. Mike Iorio 9. Todd Rassas 10. Steve Bishko 11. Pete Gillin 12. Randy Colley 13. E. MacAnaney 14. Chad DeBolt 15. Mike Quigley

Yrs GB 1991-94 280 1988-91 253 1997-2000 250 2005-08 239 1991-95 216 1995-98 204 2003-06 202 1992-95 195 1995-98 194 1998-2001 180 1988,90-91 174 1991-95 171 1988-91 170 1999-2002 168 1987-90 167

Individual Ground Ball Average Leaders/Career Player Years 1. Kevin Higgins 1997-2000 2. Billy Ahmuty 1991-94 3. Taylor Clagett 2005-08

G 42 55 54

GB Avg. 250 5.95 280 5.09 239 4.43

Individual Ground Ball Leaders/Season Player 1. John Capano 2. Billy Ahmuty 3. Tom Grote 4. John Franklin Tim Corrigan Kevin Higgins 7. Pete Gillen

Year GB 1991 101 1993 98 1986 90 1986 83 1986 83 1999 83 1990 82

Yearly Individual Ground Ball Leaders Year Player 1986 Tom Grote 1987 Dave O’Neill Art Brady 1988 1989 John Capano 1990 Pete Gillen John Capano 1991 1992 Billy Ahmuty Billy Ahmuty 1993 1994 Billy Ahmuty 1995 Will Sutton Jimmy Keenan 1996 1997 Ken Yanicky Kevin Higgins 1998 1999 Kevin Higgins 2000 Kevin Higgins Steve Bishko 2001 2002 Chad DeBolt D.J. Driscoll 2003 2004 Steve Clagett Brennan Creaney 2005 Taylor Clagett 2006 D.J. Driscoll 2007 Taylor Clagett Michael Podgajny 2008 Taylor Clagett

2009 Regis McDermott 2010 Andrew Irving 2011 Liam O’Connor 2012 Liam O’Connor 2013 Liam O’Connor Bold indicates current player

Pos. Att Mid Mid Mid Mid Mid Mid Mid Mid Mid Mid Mid Mid Mid Mid Att Mid Def Mid Def Mid Def Mid Mid Mid Def LSM Mid Mid Mid

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Points Per Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Year 1992 1993 2004 1982

PPG 24.00 21.71 20.42 20.40

Assists Per Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Year 1992 1993 1982 2004 1994 1987 1997

APG 9.93 8.29 8.27 7.92 7.83 7.82 7.67

Saves Per Game Rk 1. 2. 3.

Year SPG 1981 20.08 1984 17.25 1982 16.87

Faceoff Winning Percentage Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Year 1986 2008 1983 1997 2000 1992

FO .643 (200-311) .628 (241-384) .620 (202-326) .589 (162-275) .587 (192-327) .586 (219-374)

Faceoffs Won Rk 1. 2. 3.

Year 2008 1992 1983

FO 241 219 202

Faceoffs Attempted Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Year 1988 1987 1990 2008 1982 1992 2001

FO 434 402 385 384 382 374 349

Ground Balls Per Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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Year 1986 1992 1987 1991 1990 1983 1994

GB 60.77 54.33 53.82 50.64 50.56 49.23 48.08

Man-Up Offense Rk 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 1982 2007 1981 2005 2008 1993 2000 1995 2009 1983

EMO .500 (31-62) .500 (29-58) .463 (25-54) .462 (18-39) .446 (29-65) .394 (28-71) .391 (27-69) .385 (30-78) .383 (23-60) .381 (24-63)

Man-Down Defense Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 2012 1996 1984 2011 1987

Opp. EMO .108 (4-37) .109 (7-64) .158 (12-76) .185 (5-27) .197 (12-61)

Ground Ball Margin Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1990 1991 1995 1992 1996

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1994 1993 1992 2001 2008

Games +11.25 +11.14 +10.57 +9.53 +8.85

Clears Clears 395 367 364 339 324

Clear Percentage Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 2011 2012 2013 2010 2009

Pct. .895 (222-248) .889 (271-305) .884 (268-303) .822 (286-348) .814 (302-371)

Shots Per Game Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1993 1992 2004 2001 1994

Rk 1. 2. 3. 5.

Year 1982 1983 1990 1984 1981

SPG 47.1 45.6 45.3 42.4 42.3

Penalties Penalties 131 96 89 89 85

Penalty Minutes Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1982 1983 1984 1990 1981

Minutes 111:30 85:30 79:00 77:00 75:30

Most Games Played Rk 1. 3.

Year 2010 2008 2013 2012 2009 2001 1990 1985

Individual Games Played/Career Name 1. Kelly McKenna Sean Rogers 3. Peter Christman Ryan Hoff Steve Murphy 6. Grant Krebs Zach Brenneman David Earl 9. Regis McDermott Neal Hicks Quinn Cully

Years 2007-10 2009-13 2006-09 2006-09 2010-13 2007-10 2008-11 2008-11 2006-09 2007-10 2010-13

Games Played 64 64 63 63 63 62 62 62 61 61 61

Goalies Name Years 1. Joey Kemp 2005-08 2. Alex Cade 1995-98 John Kemp 2010-13 4. Kirk Howell 1997-2001 5. Chris Parent 1990-93 6. Ryan Jewell 1992-95 7. Stewart Crosland 2002-05 Scott Rodgers 2006-10 9. Matt McQuillan 1985-86, ‘88

Games Played 58 50 50 47 46 39 38 38 37

Games 17 17 16 16 16 16 16 16

Fewest Games Played Rk 1. 3.

Year 1987 2005 2004 1998 1994 1984 1981

Games 11 11 12 12 12 12 12

Dave Barnard led the Irish in ground balls in 1990 for a team that averaged a school-record 11.25 more per game than its opponents.

Low Opponent Clear Percentage Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Year 1988 1992 1995 1991 1990

Pct. .303 (80-264) .521 (241-463) .527 (257-487) .588 (274-466) .589 (292-479)

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SEASON RECORDS

Fighting Irish Rk 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Fewest Goals Allowed

Year Goals Allowed 1984.......................................................88 2011.......................................................92 1996.......................................................94 2005.......................................................94 1989.......................................................99 2009.......................................................99 2007.....................................................100 2012.....................................................101 2002.....................................................103 1987.....................................................107 1997.....................................................107 2003.....................................................107

Fewest Goals Allowed Per Game

Defenseman Regis McDermott helped Notre Dame to a program-best 15 victories in 2009 while posting a school-record 6.19 goals-against average. He earned third team All-America honors that season.

Wins

Rk 1. 2. 4. 5.

Year Wins 2009.......................................................15 2001.......................................................14 2008.......................................................14 2012.......................................................13 1993.......................................................11 2007.......................................................11 2011.......................................................11 2013.......................................................11

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

Year Percentage 2009 (15-1).........................................938 2001 (14-2)....................................... .875 1994 (10-2)....................................... .833 2008 (14-3).........................................824 2012 (13-3).........................................813 1993 (11-3)....................................... .786 2011 (11-3).........................................786 1984 (9-3)......................................... .750 1997 (9-3)......................................... .750 2007 (11-4).........................................733

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

Year Goals 1992.....................................................211 2008.....................................................206 2001.....................................................189 1993.....................................................188 1982.....................................................182 2009.....................................................176 2007.....................................................175 1985.....................................................169 1983.....................................................166 1990.....................................................166

Winning Percentage

Goals

Goals Per Game

Rk Year GPG 1. 1992....................................................14.1 2. 1993....................................................13.4 3. 1994....................................................13.2 4. 1983....................................................12.8 5. 2004....................................................12.5 6. 1982....................................................12.1 2008....................................................12.1 8. 1984....................................................12.0 9. 2005....................................................11.9 10. 2001....................................................11.8

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

Year GPG 2009....................................................6.19 2012....................................................6.31 2011....................................................6.57 2007....................................................6.67 2001....................................................6.94 2008....................................................7.06 1996....................................................7.23 1984....................................................7.33 2010....................................................7.53 1989....................................................7.62

Goal Margin

Rk Year Margin 1. 1992...................................................+6.2 2. 2008...................................................+5.1 3. 2007...................................................+5.0 4. 2001...................................................+4.9 5. 2009...................................................+4.8 6. 1984...................................................+4.7 7. 1995...................................................+3.6 8. 2005.................................................. +3.4 9. 1993...................................................+3.3 2004...................................................+3.3 Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Assists

Year Assists 1992.....................................................149 1982.....................................................124 2008.....................................................120 1993.....................................................116 2007.....................................................103 2009.....................................................101 2001.......................................................96 2006.......................................................96 2004.......................................................95 1994.......................................................94 1995.......................................................94

7. 8. 9. 10.

2013.....................................................586 1982.....................................................585 2010.....................................................582 2007.....................................................575

Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Year Saves 1982.....................................................253 1981.....................................................241 1985.....................................................230 1992.....................................................222 1984.....................................................207 1991.....................................................206 1990.....................................................204 1983.....................................................197 2008.....................................................197 2009.....................................................197

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

Year Ground Balls 1993.....................................................817 1992.....................................................815 1990.....................................................809 1986.....................................................790 1991.....................................................709 1985.....................................................703 1995.....................................................661 1982.....................................................659 1983.....................................................640 2003.....................................................626

Rk 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 10.

Year Goals 1982.......................................................31 1992.......................................................31 1985.......................................................30 1995.......................................................30 2007.......................................................29 2008.......................................................29 1993.......................................................28 1997.......................................................28 2000.......................................................27 1987.......................................................26

Saves

Ground Balls

Extra-Man Goals

Total Points

Rk Year Total Points 1. 1992.....................................................360 2. 2008.....................................................326 3. 1982.....................................................306 4. 1993.....................................................304 5. 2001.....................................................285 6. 2007.....................................................278 7. 2009.....................................................277 8. 1985.....................................................258 1995.....................................................258 10. 1983.....................................................254 Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Shots

Year Shots 1992.....................................................684 2001.....................................................679 2008.....................................................678 1990.....................................................674 2009.....................................................662 1993.....................................................659

Attackman Randy Colley – the school’s all-time leading scorer with 273 points – was the top offensive player (43 G, 28 A) on the 1992 squad that still holds Irish records for goals, assists, points, and shots in a season.

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NATIONAL HONORS & AWARDS NCAA Championship Most Outstanding Player 2010 Scott Rodgers, G All-Tournament Team 2010 Zach Brenneman, M Kevin Ridgway, D Scott Rodgers, G 2012 John Kemp, G CoSIDA Academic All-Americans First Team Mike Adams 2001 Second Team Steve Fiamingo 2000 Dave Cashen 1997 Tewaaraton Trophy Nominee Tom Glatzel, Sr., A 2001 David Ulrich, Sr., A 2001 Pat Walsh, So., A 2004 Pat Walsh, Jr., A 2005 Joey Kemp, Sr., G 2008 Scott Rodgers, Sr., G 2009 Zach Brenneman, Sr., M 2011 David Earl, Sr., M Kevin Ridgway, Sr., M John Kemp, Jr., G 2012 John Kemp, Sr., G 2013 Watch List Pat Walsh, So., A 2004 Pat Walsh, Jr., A 2005 Pat Walsh, Sr., A 2006 Joey Kemp, Sr., G 2008 2009 Ryan Hoff, Sr., A Sam Barnes, Sr., D 2010 Grant Krebs, Sr., M Scott Rodgers, Sr., G 2011 Zach Brenneman, Sr., M David Earl, Sr., M Kevin Ridgway, Sr., M 2012 John Kemp, Jr., G 2013 John Kemp, Sr., G Jim Marlatt, Jr., M Sean Rogers, Sr., A STX North/South All-Star Classic Participants 1985 Justin Shay 1993 Chris Parent Kevin Corrigan, Head Coach (North) 1994 Rob Snyder 1995 Randy Colley, Will Sutton Mike Iorio 1996 Todd Bialous 1997 Dave Cashen 1998 Alex Cade, Todd Rassas 1999 Chris Dusseau, Brad Owen 2000 Stedman Oakey 2002 John Flandina, A.J. Wright 2004

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Team 1996 Man-Down Defense (.891) 2009 Defense (6.19 GAA) Winning Percentage (15-1, .938) 2012 Defense (6.31 GAA) Man-Down Defense (.892) Individual 1996 Alex Cade, GAA (.658) 2005 Joey Kemp, Save Percentage (.652) 2009 Scott Rodgers, GAA (6.14) Scott Rodgers, Save Percentage (.663) 2010 Scott Rodgers, Save Percentage (.605) 2012 John Kemp, GAA (6.27) John Kemp, Save Percentage (.637) Kelly Award for Most Outstanding Goalie in NCAA Division I Lacrosse 2008 Joey Kemp 2012 John Kemp Senior CLASS Award 2009 Ryan Hoff, A Finalist 2010 Scott Rodgers, G Finalist 2012 Kevin Randall, D Finalist 2013 Matt Miller, D Finalist USILA Scholar All-Americans 1999 Chris Dusseau 2001 Mike Adams Kirk Howell 2002 Chad DeBolt A.J. Wright 2006 D.J. Driscoll Pat Walsh 2008 Joey Kemp Michael Podgajny 2009 Peter Christman Ryan Hoff 2010 Scott Rodgers 2011 David Earl 2012 Kevin Randall 2013 Matt Miller United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-Americans 1993 Mike Iorio - Third Team 1994 Mike Iorio - Third Team Randy Colley - Honorable Mention 1995 Mike Iorio - Second Team Randy Colley - Honorable Mention 1996 Todd Rassas - Third Team

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Alex Cade - Honorable Mention Jimmy Keenan - Honorable Mention 1997 Todd Rassas - Second Team Jimmy Keenan - Honorable Mention 1998 Todd Rassas - Third Team Jimmy Keenan - Honorable Mention 1999 Chris Dusseau - Honorable Mention 2000 Tom Glatzel - Honorable Mention David Ulrich - Honorable Mention 2001 Tom Glatzel - First Team Kirk Howell - Second Team Steve Bishko - Third Team Mike Adams - Honorable Mention David Ulrich - Honorable Mention 2002 A.J. Wright - Honorable Mention 2003 Pat Walsh - Honorable Mention 2004 Pat Walsh - Third Team 2005 D.J. Driscoll - Honorable Mention Pat Walsh - Honorable Mention 2006 D.J. Driscoll - Second Team Joey Kemp - Honorable Mention 2007 Sean Dougherty - Honorable Mention Brian Hubschmann - Honorable Mention Joey Kemp - Honorable Mention Michael Podgajny - Honorable Mention Will Yeatman - Honorable Mention 2008 Joey Kemp - First Team Sean Dougherty - Third Team Ryan Hoff - Honorable Mention Michael Podgajny - Honorable Mention 2009 Ryan Hoff - Third Team Regis McDermott - Third Team Scott Rodgers - Third Team Sam Barnes - Honorable Mention Grant Krebs - Honorable Mention 2010 Zach Brenneman - Honorable Mention David Earl - Honorable Mention Grant Krebs - Honorable Mention Kevin Ridgway - Honorable Mention Scott Rodgers - Honorable Mention 2011 David Earl - First Team Kevin Ridgway - First Team Zach Brenneman - Second Team Sam Barnes - Honorable Mention Andrew Irving - Honorable Mention John Kemp - Honorable Mention 2012 John Kemp - First Team Kevin Randall - First Team Jim Marlatt - Honorable Mention Matt Miller - Honorable Mention 2013 Jim Marlatt - Third Team Matt Miller - Third Team Matt Kavanagh - Honorable Mention John Kemp - Honorable Mention


UNIVERSITY HONORS & AWARDS

Fighting Irish

Byron V. Kanaley

Robert Williamson 1993

Peter Christman 2009

Kevin Randall 2012

The Byron V. Kanaley Award is the most prestigious honor awarded to a Notre Dame student-athlete. It has been presented each year since 1927 at commencement exercises and honors senior monogram athletes who have been exemplary as students and leaders. The award is selected by the Faculty Board on Athletics and is named in honor of a 1904 Notre Dame graduate who was a member of the Irish baseball team as an undergraduate. Kanaley went on to a successful banking career in Chicago and served the University in the Alumni Association and as a lay trustee from 1915 until his death in 1960. Notre Dame men’s lacrosse boasts three recipients of the Kanaley Award (Robert Williamson 1993, Peter Christman 2009, Kevin Randall 2012).

Chris Zorich

Dan Scolaro 2008

The Christopher Zorich Award This award recognizes the contributions of Notre Dame student-athletes to the University community and the community at-large. The award, which is presented annually each spring, bears the name of Christopher Zorich, two-time football All-American and 1991 graduate of the University of Notre Dame. Dan Scolaro became the first men’s lacrosse recipient of the award when he garnered the honor in 2008. Scolaro was instrumental to the men’s lacrosse team’s mentorship program at middle schools in the South Bend area. The team’s involvement with mentoring local youth and participating in other community service projects was recognized by the Notre Dame Athletic Department with the presentation of the 2008 Trophy Award (see below).

While the support of the South Bend/Michiana community has been a key ingredient to the success of the Fighting Irish at home over the years, the Notre Dame players have routinely given back to the local community. In 2008, the Fighting Irish men's lacrosse team was recognized with The Trophy Award at Notre Dame’s seventh annual O.S.C.A.R.S (Outstanding Student-Athletes Celebrating Achievements and Recognition Showcase). Established by the Office of Student Welfare and Development at Notre Dame, The Trophy Award annually recognizes an athletic team that has demonstrated its commitment and dedication to the community through unparalleled community service to Notre Dame and South Bend. The team is seen here receiving the Trophy Award in ‘08.

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ALL-MIDWEST LACROSSE

Fighting Irish

All-Midwest Lacrosse Association

All-MLA Great Lakes Conference

1981

Maurice Beshlian, D, 1st team Dan Pace, M, 2nd team Steve Pearsall, A, 2nd team Mike Lynch, A, Honorable Mention Bill Bonde, M, Honorable Mention

1985

Bob Trocchi, A, 1st team Joe Hart, M, 1st team Tim Corrigan, M, 1st team John Wilson, M, 1st team Justin Shay, D, 1st team Rob Simpson, G, 1st team Joe Franklin, A, 2nd team Mike Rice, D, 2nd team

1983

Dan Pace, M, 1st team Justin Shay, D, 1st team Joe Franklin, A, 2nd team Bob Trocchi, A, 2nd team Justin Driscoll, M, 2nd team Kevin Smith, M, Honorable Mention

1986

Tom Grote, A, 1st team Joe Franklin, A, 1st team Tim Corrigan, M, 1st team Dave O’Neill, M, 1st team Mike Rice, D, 1st team Jim Shields, A, 2nd team Wally Stack, D, 2nd team Matt McQuillan, G, 2nd team

1987

1984

Mark Steranka, M, 1st team Justin Shay, D, 1st team Bob Trocchi, A, 2nd team Tom Grote, M, 2nd team Steve Pearsall, A, Honorable Mention Tim Corrigan, M, Honorable Mention Rob Simpson, G, Honorable Mention

John McLachlan, A, 1st team Dave O’Neill, M, 1st team Wally Stack, D, 1st team

1988

John Olmstead, A, 1st team Tom Lanahan, M, 1st team John McNicholas, M, 1st team Doug Spencer, D, 1st team Matt McQuillan, G, 1st team Mike Quigley, M, 2nd team

1989

John Olmstead, A, 1st team Doug Spencer, DM, 1st team Kevin O’Connor, D, 1st team Mike Quigley, M, 1st team John Capano, M, 2nd team Dave Barnard, D, 2nd team

1985

Bob Trocchi, A, 1st team Justin Shay, D, 1st team Joe Hart, M, 1st team Tim Corrigan, M, 2nd team John Wilson, M, 2nd team Rob Simpson, G, Honorable Mention

1986

Joe Franklin, A, 2nd team Tom Grote, A, 2nd team Tim Corrigan, M, 2nd team Dave O’Neill, M, 2nd team Mike Rice, D, 2nd team Wally Stack, D, 2nd team

1987

Wally Stack, D, 1st team John McLachlan, A, 2nd team Tom Lanahan, M, 2nd team

1988

John Olmstead, A, 2nd team Doug Spencer, D, 2nd team John McNicholas, M, Honorable Mention Tom Lanahan, M, Honorable Mention Matt McQuillan, G, Honorable Mention

1989

John Olmstead, A, 1st team Kevin O’Connor, D, 1st team John Capano, M, 2nd team Dave Barnard, D, 2nd team Doug Spencer, DM, Honorable Mention

1990

Dave Barnard, D, 1st team Mike Sullivan, A, 1st team Mike Quigley, M, 2nd team Brian McHugh, A, Honorable Mention Dave Carey, M, Honorable Mention Mike Stevens, D, Honorable Mention

1991

Mike Sullivan, A, 1st team Brian Mayglothling, M 1st team Dave Barnard, D, 1st team Ed Lamb, M, Honorable Mention

1992

Kevin Corrigan, Coach of the Year Randy Colley, A, 1st team Mike Sullivan, A, 1st team Brian Mayglothling, M 1st team Doug Murray, D, 2nd team Chris Parent, G, 2nd team

1993

Willie Sutton, M, 1st team Randy Colley, A, 1st team Mike Iorio, D, 1st team Robbie Snyder, A, 2nd team

The Fighting Irish were part of the Midwest Lacrosse Association during their early years as a varsity program. Notre Dame moved into the Great Western Lacrosse League in 1994.

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Fighting Irish Irish in GWLL Play Overall Record: 61-10 (.859) Regular Season Championships: 12 (1994-97, 1999-2003, 2007-09) GWLL Tournament Record*: 4-0 Tournament Championships: 2 (2008 & 2009) Home Record: 33-3 (.917) Longest Winning Streak: 16 (4/16/94-4/2/98); 13 (3/11/00-4/7/02) Longest Home Winning Streak: 17 (4/23/94-4/18/01) Year W-L Place Tourn.* 1994 3-0 1st - 1995 4-0 1st - 1996 4-0 1st - 1997 3-0 1st - 1998 2-1 2nd - 1999 3-1 T-1st - 2000 5-0 1st -- - 2001 5-0 1st 2002 4-1 T-1st - 2003 4-1 T-1st - 2004 4-1 2nd - 2005 3-2 3rd - 2006 3-2 2nd - 2007 5-0 1st - 2008 4-1 T-1st 1st 2009 5-0 1st 1st * - GWLL Postseason Tournament began in 2008

Irish Major Awardwinners

Coach of the Year (5) Kevin Corrigan Kevin Corrigan Kevin Corrigan Kevin Corrigan Kevin Corrigan Player of the Year (6) Mike Iorio, Jr., D 1994 1995 Randy Colley, Sr., A Todd Rassas, Sr., D 1998 2001 David Ulrich, Sr., A Joey Kemp, Jr., G 2007 Scott Rodgers, Sr., G 2009 Defensive Player of the Year (1) D.J. Driscoll, Jr. 2005 Rookie of the Year (3) 2003 Pat Walsh, A 2005 Joey Kemp, G Will Yeatman, A 2007 Four-Time All-GWLL First Team (2) Chris Dusseau, A (1996-99) Pat Walsh, A (2003-06) 1994 1996 2001 2007 2009

All-Great Western Lacrosse League 1994

Kevin Corrigan, Coach of the Year Mike Iorio, Player of the Year Bill Ahmuty, M, 1st Team Randy Colley, A, 1st Team Mike Iorio, D, 1st Team Robbie Snyder, A, 1st Team Chris Bury, D, 2nd Team Ryan Jewell, G, 2nd Team

1995

Randy Colley, Player of the Year Chris Bury, D, 1st Team Alex Cade, G, 1st Team Randy Colley, A, 1st Team Mike Iorio, D, 1st Team Will Sutton, M, 1st Team Jason Pett, M, 2nd Team

1996

Kevin Corrigan, Coach of the Year Alex Cade, G, 1st Team Chris Dusseau, A, 1st Team Jimmy Keenan, M, 1st Team Todd Rassas, D, 1st Team Todd Bialous, D, 2nd Team Tony Reid, M, 2nd Team

1997

Alex Cade, G, 1st Team Dave Cashen, D, 1st Team Will DeRiso, A, 1st Team Chris Dusseau, A, 1st Team Jimmy Keenan, M, 1st Team Todd Rassas, D, 1st Team Burke Hayes, M, 2nd Team

1998

Todd Rassas, Player of the Year Chris Dusseau, A, 1st Team Jimmy Keenan, M, 1st Team Todd Rassas, D, 1st Team

1999

Chris Dusseau, A, 1st Team David Ulrich, A, 1st Team Laurence Galli, D, 1st Team

2000

Mike Adams, D, 1st Team Steve Bishko, M, 1st Team Tom Glatzel, A, 1st Team David Ulrich, A, 1st Team

2001

Kevin Corrigan, Coach of the Year David Ulrich, Player of the Year Mike Adams, D, 1st Team Steve Bishko, M, 1st Team Tom Glatzel, A, 1st Team Kirk Howell, G, 1st Team David Ulrich, A, 1st Team Todd Ulrich, M, 1st Team A.J. Wright, D, 1st Team John Flandina, M, 2nd Team John Souch, LSM, 2nd Team

2002

Dan Berger, A 1st Team John Flandina, M, 1st Team Devin Ryan, M, 1st Team A.J. Wright, D, 1st Team

2003

Pat Walsh, A, Rookie of the Year Dan Berger, A, 1st Team Brian Giordano, M, 1st Team Pat Walsh, A, 1st Team Stewart Crosland, G, 2nd Team D.J. Driscoll, D, 2nd Team John Souch, D, 2nd Team Travis Wells, M, 2nd Team

2004

D.J. Driscoll, D, 1st Team Brian Giordano, M, 1st Team Matt Howell, A, 1st Team Pat Walsh, A, 1st Team Brennan Creaney, D, 2nd Team Brian Hubschmann, M, 2nd Team

2005

D.J. Driscoll, Defensive Player of the Year Joey Kemp, Rookie of the Year D.J. Driscoll, D, 1st Team Pat Walsh, A, 1st Team Matt Karweck, A/M, 2nd Team Joey Kemp, G, 2nd Team Jim Morrison, A, 2nd Team

2006

D.J. Driscoll, D, 1st Team Brian Hubschmann, A, 1st Team Matt Karweck, A/M, 1st Team Joey Kemp, G, 1st Team Pat Walsh, A, 1st Team

2007

Sean Dougherty, D, 1st Team Ryan Hoff, A, 1st Team Joey Kemp, G, 1st Team Will Yeatman, A, 1st Team Brian Hubschmann, A/M, 2nd Team Michael Podgajny, M, 2nd Team Lucius Polk, M, 2nd Team Ross Zimmerman, D, 2nd Team

2008

Sean Dougherty, D, 1st Team Joey Kemp, G, 1st Team Michael Podgajny, M, 1st Team Ross Zimmerman, D, 1st Team Ryan Hoff, A, 2nd Team Alex Wharton, A, 2nd Team

2009

Joey Kemp, Alex Wharton and head coach Kevin Corrigan receive the trophy for winning the inaugural GWLL Tournament in 2008. The Fighting Irish also won the tournament in 2009.

Sam Barnes, D, 1st Team Peter Christman, M, 1st Team Ryan Hoff, A, 1st Team Grant Krebs, M, 1st Team Regis McDermott, D, 1st Team Scott Rodgers, G, 1st Team Duncan Swezey, A, 1st Team Neal Hicks, A, 2nd Team

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Fighting Irish

Irish in BIG EAST Play Overall Record: 17-7 (.708) Home Record: 9-3 (.750) Longest Winning Streak: 7 (3/25/12-3/24/13) Longest Home Winning Streak: 6 (4/2/11-4/28/12) Year W-L Place 2010 2-4 T-4th 2011 5-1 2nd 2012 6-0 1st 2013 4-2 3rd

Irish Major Awardwinners Defensive Player of the Year 2012 Kevin Randall, Sr., D Goalkeeper of the Year 2012 John Kemp, Jr. Midfielder of the Year 2011 David Earl, Sr. Coach of the Year 2012 Kevin Corrigan

Irish All-BIG EAST Honorees 2010 Zach Brenneman, M, 1st Team Scott Rodgers, G, 2nd Team David Earl, M, 2nd Team Grant Krebs, M, 2nd Team Kevin Ridgway, D, 2nd Team 2011 David Earl, Midfielder of the Year Sam Barnes, D, 1st Team Zach Brenneman, M, 1st Team David Earl, M, 1st Team Kevin Ridgway, D, 1st Team Andrew Irving, LSM, 2nd Team John Kemp, G, 2nd Team

BIG EAST Standings

BIG EAST Championship

2010 2012 BIG EAST Overall Villanova, Pa. Syracuse 6-0 13-2 Semifinals Georgetown 5-1 9-5 (4) St. John’s 8, (1) Notre Dame 7 Villanova 4-2 10-5 NOTRE DAME 2-4 10-7 2013 Rutgers 2-4 6-8 Villanova, Pa. St. John’s 2-4 5-9 Semifinals Providence 0-6 0-14 (2) Syracuse 9, (3) Notre Dame 3 2011 () - tournament seed BIG EAST Overall Syracuse 6-0 15-2 NOTRE DAME 5-1 11-3 BIG EAST Offensive Georgetown 4-2 7-7 Player of the Week Villanova 3-3 11-5 St. John’s 2-4 4-10 Zach Brenneman (M) (2/21/11) Rutgers 1-5 6-9 David Earl (M) (4/18/11) Providence 0-6 3-12 Matt Kavanagh (A) (3/4/13) Jim Marlatt (M) (3/12/12, 2/18/13) 2012 Sean Rogers (A) (3/28/11, 3/5/12, 4/23/12) BIG EAST Overall John Scioscia (A) (4/22/13) NOTRE DAME 6-0 13-3 Villanova 4-2 8-7 BIG EAST Deffensive Syracuse 3-3 9-8 Player of the Week St. John’s 3-3 8-7 Georgetown 3-3 7-6 John Kemp (G) (4/11/11, 4/18/11, 2/20/12, Rutgers 1-5 6-9 4/16/12, 4/30/12, 2/18/13) Providence 1-5 2-12 Kevin Ridgway (D) (2/28/11) Scott Rodgers (G) (2/22/10, 4/26/10) 2013 BIG EAST Overall Syracuse 5-1 14-3 BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Villanova 5-1 7-8 Award 4-2 11-4 NOTRE DAME 2012 Georgetown 3-3 6-9 Kevin Randall St. John’s 3-3 9-4 Providence 1-5 8-8 0-6 2-13 Rutgers

2012 Kevin Randall, Defensive Player of the Year John Kemp, Goalkeeper of the Year Kevin Corrigan, Coach of the Year John Kemp, G, 1st Team Jim Marlatt, M, 1st Team Kevin Randall, D, 1st Team Sean Rogers, A, 1st Team Matt Miller, D, 2nd Team Max Pfeifer, M, 2nd Team 2013 Matt Kavanagh, A, 1st Team John Kemp, G, 1st Team Jim Marlatt, M, 1st Team Matt Miller, D, 1st Team Stephen O’Hara, D, 2nd Team Sean Rogers, A, 2nd Team David Earl was named the 2011 BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year.

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Fighting Irish 1981 - Won 6, Lost 6

Captains: Moe Beshlian, Carl Lunblad, Tim Michels A — Mike Lynch (Jr., 6-3, 192)................................................................................20 G, 11 A A — Steve Linehan (Jr., 5-9, 148)...........................................................................17 G, 10 A A — Steve Pearsall (Fr., 6-1, 175)............................................................................. 13 G, 8 A M — Carl Lunblad (Sr., 5-9, 155)............................................................................... 10 G, 6 A M — Dan Pace (So., 5-10, 155).................................................................................. 11 G, 8 A M — Dan Charhut (Sr., 6-3, 175)................................................................................. 5 G, 4 A D — Maurice Beshlian (Sr., 5-10, 185) D — Dave Lewis (Jr., 6-1, 175) D — Rich Wickel (Jr., 6-1, 175) G — Tim Michels (Sr., 5-10, 170).............................................................................231 saves Top Subs: A Gerald Levesque, Fr., (10 G, 4 A); M Bill Bonde, Jr., (14 G, 8 A); M Kevin Campion, Sr., (6 G, 2 A); M Bob Durgin, Sr., (4 G, 4 A); D Sean Corscadden, So.

1982 - Won 9, Lost 6

Captains: Dave Lewis, Mike Lynch Midwest Lacrosse Association University Division Champions A — Mike Lynch (Sr., 6-3, 200)................................................................................. 11 G, 3 A A — Steve Linehan (Sr., 5-9, 148)...........................................................................42 G, 22 A A — Steve Pearsall (So., 6-1, 175)..........................................................................23 G, 29 A M — Dan Pace (Jr., 5-10, 155)................................................................................15 G, 18 A M — Bill Bonde (Sr., 6-4, 210).................................................................................40 G, 14 A M — Mark Farino (Sr., 5-0, 150).................................................................................. 4 G, 6 A D — Dave Lewis (Sr., 6-1, 175) D — Justin Shay (Fr., 6-1, 175)................................................................................... 5 G, 3 A D — Pat Jank (Sr., 5-10, 155) G — Rob Simpson (Fr., 6-0, 175).............................................................................218 saves Top Subs: A Gerald Levesque, So., (13 G, 12 A); M Mike Quinn, So., (9 G, 3 A); M Joe Hart, Fr., (8 G, 8 A); M Kevin Smith, So., (4 G, 3 A); D Sean Corscadden, Jr.; G Pat Poletti, Fr., (35 saves)

1983 - Won 6, Lost 7

Captains: Sean Corscadden, Tracy Cotter, Dan Pace A — Bob Trocchi (So., 6-0, 155)..............................................................................16 G, 20 A A — Steve Pearsall (Jr., 6-1, 190).............................................................................. 18 G, 8 A A — Joe Franklin (Fr., 5-9, 150)................................................................................ 27 G, 6 A M — Dan Pace (Sr., 5-10, 155).................................................................................15 G, 15 A M — Kevin Smith (Jr., 5-9, 165)................................................................................ 10 G, 3 A M — Justin Driscoll (Sr., 5-10, 170)........................................................................... 21 G, 6 A D — Sean Corscadden (Sr., 5-10, 175) D — Justin Shay (So., 6-2, 185).................................................................................. 4 G, 1 A D — Steve Cloud (So., 6-0, 185) G — Rob Simpson (So., 6-0, 175)............................................................................129 saves Top Subs: A Tom Grote, Fr., (13 G, 14A); M Mike Quinn, Jr., (7 G); M Joe Hart, So., (10 G, 1A); M Dwayne Hicks, So., (3 G, 3A); D Mike Rice, Fr.; G Pat Poletti, So., (68 saves)

1984 - Won 9, Lost 3

Captains: Steve Pearsall, Mike Quinn, Kevin Smith Midwest Lacrosse Association Champions A — Steve Pearsall (Sr., 6-2, 195)............................................................................. 18 G, 8 A A — Bob Trocchi (Jr., 6-0, 170)................................................................................36 G, 12 A A — Joe Franklin (So., 5-10, 160)...........................................................................21 G, 12 A M — Mark Steranka (So., 5-11, 165).......................................................................21 G, 12 A M — Tim Corrigan (So., 6-0, 180)................................................................................ 6 G, 1 A M — Kevin Smith (Sr., 5-8, 160).................................................................................. 4 G, 1 A D — Justin Shay (Jr., 6-2, 195).................................................................................... 1 G, 1 A D — Mike Rice (So., 5-11, 185) D — Wally Stack (Fr., 5-7, 143) G — Rob Simpson (Jr., 6-0, 175)..............................................................................164 saves Top Subs: A Don Gayhardt, So., (6 G, 6 A); M Mike Quinn, Sr., (5 G); M Joe Hart, Jr., (7 G, 2 A); M Tom Grote, So., (14 G, 11 A); D Dwayne Hicks, Jr., (2 G, 3 A); G Pat Poletti, Jr., (26 saves)

ALL-TIME LINEUPS 1985 - Won 9, Lost 7

Captains: Justin Shay, Bob Trocchi MLA Great Lakes Conference Champions A — Bob Trocchi (Sr., 6-0, 180)...............................................................................32 G, 27 A A — Joe Franklin, (Jr., 5-9, 155)..............................................................................40 G, 11 A A — John McLachlan (So., 5-4, 130)........................................................................ 18 G, 9 A M — Joe Hart (Sr., 6-1, 195) ....................................................................................... 7 G, 2 A M — John Wilson (Sr., 5-7, 150) ................................................................................. 3 G, 3 A M — Mark Steranka (Jr., 5-11, 165)....................................................................................8 G D — Justin Shay (Sr., 6-2, 200)................................................................................... 6 G, 3 A D — Mike Rice (Jr., 5-11, 185) D — Wally Stack (So., 5-7, 150) G — Rob Simpson (Sr., 6-0, 180).............................................................................112 saves Top Subs: A Jim Shields, Sr., (3 G, 5 A); M Tim Corrigan, Jr., (7 G, 6 A); M Dave O’Neill, So., (4 G, 2 A); M Tom Grote, Jr., (4 G, 8 A); D Dwayne Hicks, Sr., (1 A); G Matt McQuillan, Fr., (118 saves)

1986 - Won 9, Lost 4

Captains: Tom Grote, Mike Rice MLA Great Lakes Conference Champions A — Jim Shields (Jr., 6-1, 185)................................................................................23 G, 14 A A — Tom Grote (Sr., 6-0, 195).................................................................................29 G, 29 A A — Joe Franklin (Sr., 5-10, 160)............................................................................31 G, 13 A M — Tim Corrigan (Sr., 6-0, 195)............................................................................... 11 G, 2 A M — Dave O’Neill (Jr., 5-7, 145)................................................................................ 11 G, 2 A M — Tony Rettino (Sr., 6-0, 180).........................................................................................2 G D — Jim Fallon (Sr., 6-3, 195) D — Mike Rice (Sr., 5-11, 185) D — Wally Stack (Jr., 5-7, 150) G — Matt McQuillan (So., 5-10, 150)......................................................................173 saves Top Subs: A John Olmstead, Fr., (8 G, 4 A); M John McNicholas, So., (2 G, 2 A); M John Burtis, So., (6G, 1A); M Tom Lanahan, So., (4 G, 2 A); D Dick Milone, Jr.; G Tom Fredericks, So., (11 saves)

1987 - Won 6, Lost 5

Captains: Dave O’Neill, Wally Stack A — Jim Shields (Sr., 6-1, 185)................................................................................... 6 G, 3 A A — John McLachlan (Sr., 5-4, 130).......................................................................19 G, 29 A A — John Olmstead (So., 6-2, 190)........................................................................20 G, 17 A M — Dave O’Neill (Sr., 5-7, 160)................................................................................ 13 G, 6 A M — Art Brady (Jr., 5-8, 165)....................................................................................... 7 G, 2 A M — John McNicholas (Jr., 6-3, 195)......................................................................... 9 G, 10 A D — Wally Stack (Sr., 5-7, 145) D — James Fallon (Sr., 6-3, 205).........................................................................................2 A D — Dick Milone (Sr., 6-0, 170) G — Jeff Glazier (Fr., 5-11, 180) ..............................................................................138 saves Top Subs: A Jeff Shay, Jr., (7 G, 2 A); M Dave Kidder, So., (3 G,); M Tom Lanahan, Jr., (11 G, 5 A); M Mike Quigley, Fr., (5 G, 2 A); D Doug Spencer, So., (1 G)

1988 - Won 10, Lost 4

Captains: Tom Lanahan, John McNicholas, Art Brady MLA Great Lakes Conference Tri-Champions A — John Olmstead (Jr., 6-2, 190)..........................................................................33 G, 25 A A — Brian McHugh (So., 6-1, 165).........................................................................18 G, 14 A A — Jeff Shay (Sr., 5-10, 165)................................................................................... 13 G, 4 A M — John McNicholas (Sr., 6-3, 195)......................................................................16 G, 15 A M — Tom Lanahan (Sr., 5-10, 170)........................................................................... 20 G, 9 A M — Art Brady (Sr., 5-8, 165)...................................................................................... 7 G, 1 A D — Doug Spencer (Jr., 6-0, 185).......................................................................................6 A D — Randy McDonald (Sr., 5-8, 150) D — Kevin O’Connor (Jr., 6-1, 165) G — Matt McQuillan (Sr., 5-10, 155).......................................................................163 saves Top Subs: A Dave Carey, So., (9 G, 7 A); M John Capano, Fr., (4 G, 1 A); M Dave Kidder, Jr., (4 G, 1 A); M Mike Quigley, So., (9 G, 4 A); D Kevin O’Connor, Jr.; G Jeff Glazier, So., (28 saves)

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ALL-TIME LINEUPS 1989 - Won 7, Lost 6

Captains: John Olmstead, Kevin O’Connor, Doug Spencer A — John Olmstead (Sr., 6-1, 192).........................................................................22 G, 17 A A — Brian McHugh (Jr., 6-2, 170)...........................................................................18 G, 14 A A — Dave Carey (Jr., 6-0, 180).................................................................................... 5 G, 1 A M — Mike Quigley (Jr., 5-10, 170)............................................................................. 12 G, 6 A M — John Capano (So., 5-11, 155)............................................................................ 10 G, 8 A M — Chris Nelson (Fr., 5-10, 165).............................................................................. 10 G, 7 A D — Dave Barnard (So., 6-2, 185)...........................................................................1 G, 15 GB D — Mike Stevens (Jr., 6-4, 195)....................................................................................13 GB D — Kevin O’Connor (Sr., 6-1, 180)................................................................................19 GB G — Tom Duane (Fr., 6-0, 160)..................................................................................80 saves Top Subs: A Rob Lynn, Jr., (8 G, 2 A); A Mike Sullivan, Fr., (13 G,3 A); DM Doug Spencer, Sr., (2 G, 6 A); DM Eamon McAnaney, So., (1 G, 37 GB); DM Kevin Patrick, Fr. (1 G, 35 GB); G Jeff Glazier, Jr., (59 saves)

1990 - Won 9, Lost 7

Captains: Dave Carey, Mike Quigley NCAA Tournament First Round MLA Great Lakes Conference Champions A — Mike Sullivan (So., 5-8, 170)...........................................................................20 G, 32 A A — Brian McHugh (Sr., 6-3, 170).............................................................................32 G, 8A A — Mike Sennett (Jr., 5-7, 170).............................................................................. 11 G, 3 A M — Mike Quigley (Sr., 5-10, 170)............................................................................ 19 G, 3 A M — John Capano (Jr., 5-11, 165)............................................................................... 9 G, 1 A M — Brian Mayglothling (Fr., 6-2, 190)..................................................................11 G, 12 A D — Dave Barnard (Jr., 6-2, 190)............................................................................1 A, 57 GB D — Mike Stevens (Sr., 6-4, 200)...................................................................................49 GB D — Eamon McAnaney (Jr., 6-0, 185)...........................................................................50 GB G — Chris Parent (Fr., 5-7, 160)...............................................................................139 saves Top Subs: A Brian Schirf, Jr., (8 G, 1 A); A Bo Perriello, Fr., (6 G, 3 A); M Dave Carey, Sr., (14 G,10 A); M Ed Lamb, Fr., (13 G, 2 A); M Chris Nelson, So., (5 G, 1 A); D Pete Gillin, Jr., (1G, 82 GB); G Tom Duane, So., (65 saves)

1991 - Won 7, Lost 7

Captains: Dave Barnard, Eamon McAnaney, Mike Sennett A — Mike Sullivan (Jr., 5-8, 177)............................................................................20 G, 32 A A — Brian Schirf (Jr., 5-10, 168)............................................................................... 32 G, 8 A A — Robbie Snyder (Fr., 5-7, 201).............................................................................10 G, 6A M — Brian Mayglothling (So., 6-1, 179).................................................................11 G, 12 A M — John Capano (Sr., 5-11, 170)..................................................................8 G, 5 A, 101 GB M — Ed Lamb (So., 5-10, 162).................................................................................. 17 G, 5 A D — Dave Barnard (Jr., 6-2, 188).............................................................................1A, 57 GB D — Doug Murray (Jr., 5-10, 176).................................................................................44 GB D — Eamon McAnaney (Jr., 6-0, 183)...........................................................................50 GB G — Chris Parent (Fr., 5-6, 175)...............................................................................139 saves Top Subs: A Bo Perriello, So., (2 G, 1 A); A Mike Sennett, Sr., (5 G, 1 A); M Willie Sutton, Fr., (5 G, 5 A); M Willie Ahmuty, Fr., (4 G, 1 A); M Chip Lonsdale, So., (54 GB) ; G Pat Finn, So., (97 saves)

1992 - Won 10, Lost 5

Captains: Doug Murray, Chris Nelson, Brian Schirf, Mike Sullivan NCAA Tournament First Round MLA Great Lakes Conference Champions A — Randy Colley (So., 6-2, 194)............................................................................43 G, 28 A A — Mike Sullivan (Sr., 5-8, 177)............................................................................32 G, 26 A A — Robbie Snyder (Jr., 5-7, 201)..........................................................................21 G, 11 A M — Brian Mayglothling (Jr., 6-1, 179)...................................................................25 G, 19 A M — Willie Sutton (Jr., 5-9, 143)....................................................................9 G, 14 A, 63 GB M — Brian Schirf (Sr., 5-10, 168)............................................................................... 16 G, 6 A D — Doug Murray (Sr., 5-10, 176).................................................................................69 GB D — Mike Iorio (Fr., 6-2, 200).........................................................................................58 GB D — Garrett Reilly (Jr., 6-0, 202)....................................................................................44 GB G — Chris Parent (Jr., 5-6, 175)................................................................................131 saves G — Ryan Jewell (Fr., 5-8, 150).................................................................................83 saves Top Subs: A Bo Perriello, Jr., (8 G, 4 A); A Steve Manley, So., (6 G, 4 A); M Chris Nelson, Sr., (4 G, 4

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1993 - Won 11, Lost 3

Captains: Ed Lamb, Chris Parent, Bo Perriello NCAA Tournament First Round MLA Great Lakes Conference Champions A — Randy Colley (Jr., 6-2, 194).............................................................................48 G, 23 A A — Robbie Snyder (Jr., 5-7, 201)...........................................................................31 G, 11 A A — Kevin Mahoney (So., 6-0, 187).........................................................................18 G, 6 A M — Ed Lamb (Sr., 5-10, 162)................................................................................... 5 G, 13 A M — Willie Sutton (Jr., 5-9, 143)....................................................................9 G, 14 A, 63 GB M — Billy Ahmuty (Jr., 5-8, 151)......................................................................5 G, 7 A, 98 GB D — Garrett Reilly (Jr., 6-0, 202)....................................................................................28 GB D — Mike Iorio (Jr., 6-2, 200)...........................................................................3 G, 4 A, 45 GB D — Billy Gallagher (So., 5-11, 190).......................................................................2 A, 57 GB G — Ryan Jewell (So., 5-8, 150)..............................................................................106 saves Top Subs: A Bo Perriello, Sr., (5 G, 4 A); A Mark Hexamer, Jr., (7 G, 3 A); M Marc Pasquale, So., (3 G); M Rob Tobin, Fr., (12 G, 15 A); M Kevin Lynyak, So., (3 G, 1 A); D Chris Bury, So.; D Pete Snyder, So.; G Chris Parent, Sr., (40 saves)

1994 - Won 10, Lost 2

Captains: Billy Ahmuty, Randy Colley, Will Sutton NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Champions A — Randy Colley (Sr., 6-3, 215).............................................................................33 G, 24 A A — Robbie Snyder (Sr., 6-0, 185)..........................................................................34 G, 19 A A — Brian Gilfillan (So., 5-9, 168)............................................................................. 13 G, 9 A M — Bill Ahmuty (Sr., 5-9, 162)......................................................................11 G, 4A, 63 GB M — Bill Hogan, (Fr., 6-3, 195)................................................................................12 G, 14 A M — Kevin Mahoney (Jr., 6-0, 187)............................................................................. 5 G, 7 A D — Mike Iorio (Sr., 6-2, 215)..........................................................................6 G, 2 A, 55 GB D — Bill Gallagher (Jr., 5-11, 190)...................................................................0 G, 3 A, 38 GB D — Chris Bury (Jr., 5-11, 172)...............................................................................1 A, 45 GB G — Ryan Jewell (Jr., 5-8, 150)................................................................................141 saves Top Subs: A Marc Hexamer, Sr., (1 G, 1 A); M Jason Pett, Jr., (5 G, 5 A); M J.T. Tremante, Jr., (3 G, 3 A); M Mike Maroney, So., (4 G, 2 A); M Marc Pasquale, Jr., (4 G,); M Anthony Reid, Fr., (4 G); M Kevin Lynyak, Jr., (1 G); Greg Glenday, So., (3 A, 58 GB); M Andy Scollan, Jr., (19 GB); D Pete Synder, Jr., (17 GB)

1995 - Won 9, Lost 5

Captains: Randy Colley, Billy Gallagher, Mike Iorio NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist GWLL Champions A — Randy Colley (Sr. , 6-2, 194)............................................................................49 G, 25 A A — Brian Gilfillan (Jr., 5-9, 172)............................................................................14 G, 11 A A — Tim Kearney (So., 5-10, 170)............................................................................ 22 G, 5 A M — Will Sutton (Sr., 5-9, 143)....................................................................23 G, 23 A, 65 GB M — Marc Pasquale (Sr., 5-7, 145).............................................................................. 5 G, 2 A M — Jason Pett (Sr., 6-4, 170)................................................................................... 10 G, 3 A D — Mike Iorio (Sr., 6-2, 200)..........................................................................1 G, 1 A, 37 GB D — Bill Gallagher (Sr., 5-11, 180)...................................................................0 G, 1 A, 54 GB D — Chris Bury (Sr., 5-11, 172)........................................................................0 G, 0 A, 30 GB G — Alex Cade (Fr., 5-8, 170)...................................................................................158 saves Top Subs: A Will DeRiso, So., (4 G, 1A); A Kevin Mahoney, Jr., (4 G, 7 A); M Burke Hayes, Fr., (7 G, 3 A); M J.T. Tremante, Jr., (3 G, 4 A); M Jimmy Keenan, Fr., (5 G, 3 A); M Brian Erickson, Jr., (3 G, 1 A); M Andy Scollan, Sr., (12 GB); D Dave Cashen, So., (12 GB); D Todd Rassas, Fr., (33 GB); D Pete Synder, Sr., (8 GB)


Fighting Irish 1996 - Won 9, Lost 4

Captains: Todd Bialous, Brian Erickson, Greg Glenday NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Champions A — Will DeRiso (Jr.. , 5-4, 160)...............................................................................12 G, 10A A — Chris Dusseau (Fr., 6-3 185)...............................................................................29 G, 2A A — Brian Gilfillan (Sr., 5-9, 172)............................................................................10 G, 10A M — Jimmy Keenan (So., 6-0, 170)..............................................................15 G, 19 A, 59 GB M — Tony Reid (Jr., 6-0, 200).....................................................................................18 G, 2A M — Burke Hayes (So., 6-2, 183).................................................................................10G, 0A D — Todd Bialous (Gr., 6-2, 180)....................................................................................56 GB D — Dave Cashen (Jr., 6-1, 185)....................................................................................35 GB D — Todd Rassas (So., 6-2, 180)....................................................................................41 GB G — Alex Cade (So., 5-8, 170)..................................................................................169 saves Top Subs: A Kevin Mahoney, Sr., (5 G, 5 A); M J.T. Tremante, Sr., (7 G, 5 A); M Mike Maroney , Sr., (8 G, 3 A); M Brian Erickson, Sr., (8 G, 3 A); M Joe Bialous, Fr., (4 G, 2 A); M Brian Erickson, Sr., (3 G, 1 A); M Andy Scollan, Sr., (25 GB); D Laurence Galli, Fr., (9 GB)

ALL-TIME LINEUPS 1999 - Won 8, Lost 6

1997 - Won 9, Lost 3

Captains: David Biddison, Chris Dusseau NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Champions A — David Ulrich (So. , 5-8, 150)............................................................................17 G, 31 A A — Tom Glatzel (So., 6-2, 170)..............................................................................26 G, 15 A A — Chris Dusseau (Sr., 6-3, 207)............................................................................. 33 G, 2 A M — Todd Ulrich (So., 5-9, 155).............................................................................13 G, 12 A, M — Steve Bishko (So., 6-2, 188).............................................................................. 16 G, 8 A M — Brad Owen (Sr., 6-2, 190)................................................................................. 16 G, 3 A D — David Biddison (Sr., 6-2, 190)..................................................................0 G, 0 A, 17 GB D — Laurence Galli (Sr., 5-11, 175)..................................................................0 G, 1 A, 13 GB D — Mike Adams (So., 6-2, 195)......................................................................0 G, 0 A, 37 GB G — Kirk Howell (Jr., 6-1, 180)................................................................................160 saves Top Subs: A John Flandina, Fr., (11 G, 6A); A Ned Webster, Sr., (0 G, 4 A); A Jon Harvey, (1 G, 2A); A Ben Savage, Sr., (3 G, 0 A); M Stedman Oakey, Jr., (6 G, 3 A); M Kevin Higgins, Jr., (0 G, 3 A, 83 GB); M Revere La Noue, Sr., (2 G, 1 A); M Sean Meehan, Sr., (1 G, 2A); M Chris Young, So., (2 G, 1A); M Chad DeBolt, Fr., (2 G, 0 A); D Ray Cross, Sr., (0 G, 0A); D Aaron McCann, So., (0 G, 0 A); D Steve Sepeta, Sr., (0 G, 0 A)

1998 - Won 5, Lost 7

Captains: Patrick Darcy, Steve Fiamingo, Kevin Higgins, Kirk Howell NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist GWLL Champions A — Tom Glatzel (Jr. , 6-2, 170)...................................................................38 G, 18 A, 61 GB A — David Ulrich (Jr., 5-8, 158)...................................................................17 G, 32 A, 50 GB A — John Harvey (Jr., 5-10, 176).............................................................................. 28 G, 1 A M — Todd Ulrich (Jr., 5-9, 155).................................................................................... 9 G, 9 A M — Stedman Oakey (Sr., 6-1, 187).......................................................................... 9 G, 11 A M — Chris Young (Jr., 5-9, 172)................................................................................. 12 G, 2 A D — A.J. Wright (So., 6-3, 202).........................................................................0 G, 0A, 26 GB D — Mike Adams (Jr., 6-2, 195).......................................................................3 G, 0 A, 43 GB D — Steve Fiamingo (Sr., 5-8, 230).................................................................2 G, 0 A, 35 GB G — Kirk Howell (Sr., 6-1, 180)................................................................................153 saves Top Subs: A Owen Asplundh, So., (3 G); A Keith Parendo, Sr., (3 A); M Steve Bishko, Jr., (17 G, 6 A); M John Flandina, So., (8 G, 6A); M Devin Ryan, So. (6 G, 1A); M Kevin Higgins, Sr., (1 G, 2 A, 71 GB); M Chad DeBolt, So., (43 GB); D Joe Nejman, Fr., (1 G); D John Souch, Fr., (1 A, 23 GB); D Dave Rubano, Sr., (11 GB); G Patrick Darcy, Sr., (3 saves)

Captains: Alex Cade, Dave Cashen, Will DeRiso, Jimmy Keenan NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Champions A — Will DeRiso (Jr.. , 5-4, 160)..............................................................................18 G, 25 A A — Chris Dusseau(So., 6-3, 190)............................................................................. 29 G, 5 A A — Ned Webster (Jr., 6-0, 185).............................................................................13 G, 18 A M — Jimmy Keenan (Jr., 6-0, 180)...............................................................12 G, 28 A, 42 GB M — Brad Owen (So., 6-2, 190)................................................................................. 10 G, 0 A M — Burke Hayes (Jr., 6-2, 185)................................................................................ 23 G, 3 A D — Adam Sargent (Jr., 6-0, 198)..................................................................................55 GB D — Dave Cashen (Sr., 6-1, 185)....................................................................................31 GB D — Todd Rassas (Jr., 6-2, 195)......................................................................................68 GB G — Alex Cade (Jr., 5-8, 165)...................................................................................133 saves Top Subs: A Stedman Oakey, Fr., (8 G, 2 A); A Ben Savage, So., (4 G, 3A); M Dan Butler, Jr., (4 G, 2A); M Stephen Taylor, So., (5 G, 1A); M Ken Yanicky, Fr., (3 G, 2 A, 76 GB); M Kevin Higgins, Fr., (1 G, 17 GB); D Laurence Galli, So., (1 G, 8 GB); D Eddie Stohlman, Jr., (1 A, 7 GB); D David Biddison, So., (2 GB); D Steve Sepeta, So., (5 GB)

Captains: Alex Cade, Burke Hayes, Jimmy Keenan, Will DeRiso A — Chris Dusseau (Jr.. , 6-3, 207).............................................................................24 G, 2A A — David Ulrich (Fr., 5-8, 150)..............................................................................16 G, 18 A A — Stedman Oakey (So., 6-0, 192)........................................................................... 7 G, 7 A M — Jimmy Keenan (Sr., 6-0, 180)..............................................................22 G, 13 A, 40 GB M — Brad Owen (Jr., 6-2, 190).................................................................................... 5 G, 0 A M — Burke Hayes (Sr., 6-2, 185).................................................................................. 6 G, 9 A D — David Biddison (Jr., 6-2, 190).................................................................................22 GB D — Laurence Galli (Jr., 6-4, 195)..................................................................................31 GB D — Todd Rassas (Sr., 6-2, 195).....................................................................................52 GB G — Alex Cade, (Sr., 5-8, 165)..................................................................................161 saves Top Subs: A Ben Savage, Sr., (8 G, 2 A); A Tom Glatzel, Fr., (2 G, 1 A); M Dan Butler, Sr., (7 G, 1 A); M Revere La Noue, Jr., (4 G, 3 A); M Todd Ulrich, Fr., (4 G, 3A); M Stephen Taylor, Jr., (2 G, 1 GB); M Steve Bishko, Fr., (0 G, 3 A); M Kevin Higgins, So., (79 GB); M Connor Pett, Fr., (2 G); D Eddie Stohlman, Sr., (6 GB); D Mike Adams, Fr., (1 GB), D Mike Pfeffer, So., (12 GB); D Steve Sepeta, Jr., (5 GB)

2000 - Won 10, Lost 4

2001 - Won 14, Lost 2

Captains: Mike Adams, Kirk Howell, Tom Glatzel, David Ulrich NCAA Tournament Semifinalist GWLL Champions A — Tom Glatzel (Sr. , 6-2, 186)...................................................................40 G, 27 A, 46 GB A — David Ulrich (Sr., 5-8, 160)...................................................................20 G, 29 A, 56 GB A — John Harvey (Sr., 5-9, 189)....................................................................30 G, 3 A, 26 GB M — Steve Bishko (Sr., 6-2, 187)....................................................................19 G, 5 A, 69 GB M — John Flandina (Jr., 5-10, 176)................................................................20 G, 7 A, 20 GB M — Devin Ryan (Jr., 6-2, 207).......................................................................15 G, 2 A, 10 GB D — Mike Adams (Sr., 6-2, 193).............................................................................1 A, 37 GB D — A.J. Wright (Jr., 6-3, 202).......................................................................................28 GB D — Mike Pfeffer (Sr., 6-0, 186)....................................................................................... 3 GB G — Kirk Howell (Sr., 6-1, 178)................................................................................180 saves Top Subs: M Todd Ulrich, Sr., (18 G, 9 A, 28 GB); M Chris Young, Sr., (12 G, 9 A, 25 GB); M Travis Wells, So., (3 G, 1 A, 8 GB), M Kyle Frigon, So., (2 G, 1 A); A Owen Asplundh, Jr., (2 G, 0 A); M Steve Clagett, Fr., (1 G, 0 A); M Eric Simon, So., (0 G, 1 A); D Mickey Blum, Fr., (0 G, 0 A); D Chris Fallon, Jr., (0 G, 0 A), M Nick Petcoff, Fr., (0 G, 0 A); D John Souch, So., (0 G, 0 A)

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Captains: Chad DeBolt, John Flandina, Devin Ryan, A.J. Wright GWLL Co-Champions A — Owen Asplundh (Sr., 6-2, 213)................................................................6 G, 0 A, 27 GB A — Dan Berger (So., 5-11, 160) ..................................................................21 G, 4 A, 20 GB A — Brian Giordano (Fr., 6-2, 180) .......................................................................... 11 G, 6 A M — John Flandina (Sr., 5-10, 176)..............................................................10 G 15 A, 26 GB M — Kyle Frigon (Jr., 5-10, 160)....................................................................11 G, 6 A, 27 GB M — Devin Ryan (Sr., 6-2, 207)......................................................................17 G, 5 A, 11 GB D — Mickey Blum (So., 6-2, 195)...................................................................................25 GB D — Eric Simon (Jr., 6-2, 200).................................................................................1 G, 36 GB D — A.J. Wright (Sr., 6-3, 202).......................................................................................31 GB G — Nick Antol (Jr., 5-7, 159)..................................................................................119 saves Top Subs: M Travis Wells, Jr., (10 G, 5 A, 15 GB); M Matt Malakoff, Fr. (4 G, 8 A 17 GB); A Chris Richez, Fr. (6 G, 4A, 27 GB); M, Steve Clagett, So., (6 G, 28 GB); M Chad DeBolt, Sr., (1 G, 51 GB); M John Mulflur So., (1 G); M Owen Mulford, So., (1 G, 10 GB); M Nick Petcoff, So., (5 GB), M Brennan Creaney, So., (17 GB), G Stewart Crosland, So., (42 saves)

2003 - Won 9, Lost 5

Captains: John Souch, Steve Clagett, Travis Wells, Eric Simon GWLL Tri-Champions A – Patrick Walsh (Fr., 5-10, 170)...........................................................................20 G, 32 A, 33 GB A – Dan Berger (Jr., 5-11, 160).................................................................................32 G, 2 A, 25 GB A – Matt Howell (Jr., 5-9, 150)...............................................................................15 G, 19 A, 18 GB M – Steve Clagett (Jr., 5-10, 175)...............................................................................7 G, 1 A, 38 GB M – Matt Karweck (Fr., 5-11, 170)...........................................................................14 G, 7 A, 24 GB M – Brian Giordano (So., 6-2, 185)..........................................................................13 G, 5 A, 23 GB D – Mickey Blum (Jr., 6-2, 195)................................................................................................23 GB D – Eric Simon (Sr., 6-2, 205)...................................................................................................57 GB D – Brennan Creaney (Jr., 6-0, 175).........................................................................................37 GB G – Stewart Crosland (Jr., 6-1, 185)...................................................................................154 saves Top Subs: M Travis Wells, Sr., (14 G, 7 A, 24 GB); D John Souch, Sr., (1 A, 25 GB); M Owen Mulford, Jr., (10 G, 3 A, 12 GB); M Matt Ryan, Fr., (4 G, 4 A, 24 GB); A Kyle Frigon, Sr., (4 G, 3 A, 19 GB); D D.J. Driscoll, Fr., (1 G, 61 GB); A/M Brian Hubschmann, Fr., (3 G, 3 A, 7 GB); M Chris Richez, So., (4 G, 2 A, 26 GB); M Drew Peters, Fr., (4 G, 1 A, 20 GB); G Nick Antol, Sr., (18 saves)

2004 - Won 7, Lost 5

Captains: None A — Pat Walsh (So., 5-10, 185)....................................................................21 G, 26 A, 20 GB A — Dan Berger (Sr., 5-11, 160)....................................................................20 G, 3 A, 16 GB A — Matt Howell (Sr., 5-9, 150)..................................................................20 G, 17 A, 23 GB M — Brian Hubschmann (So., 6-4, 200)......................................................18 G, 11 A, 20 GB M — Matt Ryan (So., 6-0, 165).......................................................................7 G, 10 A, 39 GB M — Brian Giordano (Jr., 6-2, 190).................................................................18 G, 6 A, 15 GB D — Brennan Creaney (Sr., 6-0, 175).............................................................................43 GB D — D.J. Driscoll (So., 6-4, 195).....................................................................................37 GB D — Mickey Blum (Sr., 6-2, 195).............................................................................1 G, 15 GB G — Stewart Crosland (Sr., 6-2, 195)..................................161 saves, 9.08 GAA, .599, 31 GB Top Subs: M Matt Karweck, So., (15 G, 5 A, 20 GB); M Steve Clagett, Sr., (7 G, 3 A, 43 GB); A Brian Boyle, Fr., (2 G, 4 A); M Chris Richez, Jr., (3 G, 2 A, 22 GB); M Owen Mulford, Sr., (2 G, 2 A); M Drew Peters, So., (2 G, 1 A, 13 GB); M Frank Matarazzo, Jr., (2 G, 22 GB, 47-127 FO); D Joey Rallo, Fr., (15 GB); M Bill Liva, Fr., (14 GB); M Chris Masterson, Sr.; M Craig Bishko, Jr., (24 GB, 65-136 FO); M Brandon Schultheis, So., (6 GB)

2005 - Won 7, Lost 4

Captains: Stewart Crosland, Brian Giordano, Jim Morrison, Chris Richez A — Pat Walsh (So., 5-8, 183)......................................................................21 G, 26 A, 20 GB A — Jim Morrison (Sr., 5-9, 172)...................................................................25 G, 6 A, 26 GB A — Matt Karweck (Jr., 5-10, 181)..............................................................13 G, 13 A, 22 GB M — Michael Podgajny (Fr., 6-0, 183)............................................................10 G, 6 A, 10 GB M — Matt Ryan (Jr., 6-0, 168)......................................................................11 G, 10 A, 23 GB M — Brian Giordano (Sr., 6-4, 200)................................................................15 G, 4 A, 15 GB D — Ross Zimmerman (Fr., 6-2, 189)............................................................................10 GB D — D.J. Driscoll (Jr., 6-4, 199).......................................................................................37 GB D — Joey Rallo (So., 6-0, 186).......................................................................................19 GB

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2006 - Won 10, Lost 5

Captains: D.J. Driscoll, Drew Peters NCAA Tournament First Round A — Pat Walsh (Sr., 5-8, 183).......................................................................22 G, 28 A, 28 GB A — Brian Hubschmann (Sr., 6-5, 198).......................................................31 G, 19 A, 24 GB A — Ryan Hoff (Fr., 5-11, 203).......................................................................21 G, 1 A, 10 GB M — Matt Karweck (Sr., 5-10, 181)................................................................22 G, 6 A, 10 GB M — Matt Ryan (Sr., 6-0, 168)..........................................................................8 G, 9 A, 32 GB M — Bill Liva (Jr., 5-11, 188)..........................................................................10 G, 8 A, 29 GB D — Sean Dougherty (So, 6-0, 176)..............................................................................41 GB D — D.J. Driscoll (Sr., 6-4, 199)......................................................................................67 GB D — Joey Rallo (Jr., 6-0, 186).........................................................................................12 GB G — Joey Kemp (So., 5-11, 171).........................................159 saves, 7.54 GAA, .596, 28 GB Top Subs: A Peter Christman, Fr., (5 G, 5 A, 12 GB); A Duncan Swezey, Fr., (3 G, 3 A); M Drew Peters, Sr., (2 G, 3 A, 29 GB); M Michael Podgajny, So., (7 G, 8 A, 6 GB); M Taylor Clagett, So., (126-205 FO, 49 GB); M Brandon Schultheis, Sr., (8 GB); M Brannon Halvorsen, Jr., (16 GB); M Ryan Cunn, Jr., (1 G, 12 GB); M Lucius Polk, Jr., (4 G, 3 A, 24 GB); D Ross Zimmerman, So., (23 GB); D Regis McDermott, Fr., (24 GB)

2007 - Won 11, Lost 4

Captains: Brian Hubschmann, Joey Kemp, Bill Liva NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Champions A — Ryan Hoff (So., 5-11, 203)......................................................................40 G, 4 A, 27 GB A — Will Yeatman (Fr., 6-6, 260).................................................................21 G, 25 A, 27 GB A — Alex Wharton (Jr., 5-11, 160)...................................................................8 G, 10 A, 7 GB M — Brian Hubschmann (Sr., 6-5, 198).......................................................27 G, 12 A, 20 GB M — Michael Podgajny (Jr., 6-0, 183)..........................................................26 G, 13 A, 63 GB M — Lucius Polk (Sr., 6-2, 186).......................................................................18 G, 9 A, 21 GB D — Sean Dougherty (Jr., 6-0, 176)........................................................................1 G, 33 GB D — Ross Zimmerman (Jr., 6-2, 189).....................................................................1 A, 34 GB D — Joey Rallo (Sr., 6-0, 186)........................................................................................33 GB G — Joey Kemp (Jr., 5-11, 171)..........................................153 saves, 6.78 GAA, .614, 42 GB Top Subs: A Peter Christman, So., (6 G, 2 A, 15 GB); A Duncan Swezey, So., (9 G, 8 A, 6 GB); M Bill Liva, Sr., (2 G, 1 A, 16 GB); M Grant Krebs, Fr., (3 G, 1 A, 8 GB); M Davey Leach, So., (3 G, 2 A, 14 GB); M Ryan Cunn, Sr., (2 G, 6 A, 22 GB); M Taylor Clagett, Jr., (164-289 FO, 63 GB); D Mike Creighton, Fr., (1 G, 14 GB); D Regis McDermott, So., (1 A, 20 GB); D John Duffy, Sr., (8 GB)

2008 - Won 14, Lost 3

Captains: Joey Kemp, Alex Wharton NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist GWLL Tri-Champions GWLL Tournament Champions A — Duncan Swezey (Jr., 6-2, 198).............................................................22 G, 17 A, 15 GB A — Ryan Hoff (Jr., 5-11, 203).......................................................................41 G, 4 A, 13 GB A — Alex Wharton (Sr., 5-11, 160)..............................................................21 G, 32 A, 10 GB M — Grant Krebs (So., 5-8, 170).....................................................................26 G, 9 A, 24 GB M — Michael Podgajny (Sr., 6-0, 183)............................................................25 G, 9 A, 50 GB M — Peter Christman (Jr., 5-10, 160)...........................................................14 G, 20 A, 15 GB D — Sean Dougherty (Sr., 6-0, 192)................................................................0 G, 0 A, 38 GB D — Regis McDermott (Jr., 5-11, 193).............................................................0 G, 0 A, 37 GB D — Ross Zimmerman (Sr., 6-2, 189)..............................................................0 G, 0 A, 39 GB G — Joey Kemp (Sr., 5-11, 171)..........................................190 saves, 6.69 GAA, .635, 29 GB Top Subs: A Matt Ciambella, So., (7 G, 0 A, 3 GB); M Dan Gibson, Jr., (6 G, 6 A, 9 GB); M Neal Hicks, So., (12 G, 6 A, 7 GB); M Zach Brenneman, Fr., (10 G, 2 A, 3 GB); M Adam Felicetti, So., (2 G, 0 A, 9 GB); M Taylor Clagett, Sr., (3 G, 1 A, 63 GB, 203-328 FO); M Kelly McKenna, So., (3 G, 2 A, 27 GB); M Davey Melera, Jr., (2 G, 3 A, 21 GB); M David Earl, Fr., (2 G, 3 A, 34 GB); M Patrick Maloney, Fr., (1 G, 1 A, 3 GB); D Mike Creighton, So., (2 G, 2 A, 26 GB); D Sam Barnes, So., (0 G, 0 A, 18 GB)


Fighting Irish 2009 - Won 15, Lost 1

ALL-TIME LINEUPS 2012 - Won 13, Lost 3

Captains: Peter Christman, Regis McDermott, Davey Melera, Scott Rodgers NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Regular-Season Champion GWLL Tournament Champions A — Duncan Swezey (Sr., 6-1, 200).............................................................22 G, 20 A, 12 GB A — Neal Hicks (Jr., 5-11, 180)....................................................................25 G, 18 A, 40 GB A — Ryan Hoff (Sr., 5-11, 200).......................................................................32 G, 3 A, 27 GB M — Grant Krebs (Jr., 5-8, 180)......................................................................29 G, 9 A, 34 GB M — Zach Brenneman (So., 6-3, 215)............................................................17 G, 7 A, 25 GB M — Peter Christman (Sr., 5-11, 175)..........................................................15 G, 18 A, 26 GB D — Regis McDermott (Sr., 6-0, 210)..............................................................0 G, 0 A, 53 GB D — Sam Barnes (Jr., 6-2, 205)........................................................................0 G, 1 A, 28 GB D — Kevin Ridgway (So., 6-6, 215)..................................................................0 G, 0 A, 24 GB G — Scott Rodgers (Sr., 6-4, 254).......................................187 saves, 6.14 GAA, .663, 47 GB Top Subs: A Matt Ciambella, Jr., (4 G, 2 A, 7 GB); A Nicholas Beattie, Fr., (6 G, 3 A, 4 GB); M Dan Gibson, Sr., (2 G, 3 A, 5 GB); M Kelly McKenna, Jr., (3 G, 4 A, 11 GB); M David Earl, So., (12 G, 3 A, 44 GB); M-FO Jake Marmul, So., (2 G, 1 A, 33 GB); M-FO Trever Sipperly, Jr., (0 G, 1 A, 27 GB); DM Adam Felicetti, Jr., (1 G, 2 A, 5 GB); DM Davey Melera, Sr., (1 G, 0 A, 13 GB); LSM Andrew Irving, So., (1 G, 2 A, 51 GB)

Captains: Nicholas Beattie, Max Pfeifer, Kevin Randall NCAA Tournament Semifinalist A — Westy Hopkins (So., 6-0, 180)................................................................18 G, 7 A, 25 GB A — Sean Rogers (Sr., 6-0, 190)....................................................................22 G, 8 A, 24 GB A — Conor Doyle (Fr., 5-11, 161)...................................................................13 G, 7 A, 13 GB M — Ryan Foley (Jr., 5-10, 175).......................................................................13 G, 8 A, 9 GB M — Jim Marlatt (So., 6-1, 180)...................................................................19 G, 12 A, 11 GB M — Max Pfeifer (Sr., 6-0, 185)......................................................................11 G, 9 A, 16 GB D — Stephen O’Hara (So., 6-1, 195)................................................................0 G, 0 A, 39 GB D — Matt Miller (Jr., 6-1, 195).........................................................................0 G, 1 A, 30 GB D — Kevin Randall (Sr., 6-2, 205)....................................................................0 G, 0 A, 20 GB G — John Kemp (Jr., 5-9, 170)............................................177 saves, 6.27 GAA, .637, 38 GB Top Subs: A Nicholas Beattie, Sr. (3 G, 0 A, 4 GB); A Ryan Mix, So. (3 G, 0 A, 1 GB); M Steve Murphy, Jr. (5 G, 7 A, 5 GB); M Tyler Kimball, Jr. (2 G, 2 A, 1 GB); M Eric Keppeler, Sr. (7 G, 1 A, 19 GB); M Pat Cotter, Jr. (6 G, 2 A, 2 GB); M Tyler Brenneman, So. (1 G, 2 A, 0 GB); M Will Corrigan, Fr. (5 G, 1 A, 4 GB); DM Devon Dobson, Sr. (0 G, 0 A, 32 GB); DM Quinn Cully, Jr. (1 G, 0 A, 8 GB); DM Jack Near, Fr. (1 G, 0 A, 18 GB); LSM Bobby Smith, Sr. (2 G, 0 A, 36 GB); LSM Tyler Andersen, Jr. (1 G, 0 A, 20 GB); FO Liam O’Connor, So. (3 G, 1 A, 43 GB, .497 FO%); FO Nick Ossello, Fr. (0 G, 0 A, 26 GB, .520 FO%)

2010 - Won 10, Lost 7

Captains: Quinn Cully, Ryan Foley, Matt Miller, Sean Rogers NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist A — Sean Rogers (Sr., 6-0, 190)..................................................................24 G, 15 A, 20 GB A — Conor Doyle (So., 5-11, 161)................................................................20 G, 10 A, 11 GB A — Matt Kavanagh (Fr., 5-8, 170)..............................................................32 G, 16 A, 25 GB M — Jim Marlatt (Jr., 6-1, 180)....................................................................20 G, 12 A, 43 GB M — Ryan Foley (Sr., 5-10, 175).........................................................................6 G, 7 A, 5 GB M — Will Corrigan (So., 5-10, 178)...................................................................4 G, 7 A, 13 GB D — Stephen O’Hara (Jr., 6-1, 195)..................................................................0 G, 0 A, 32 GB D — Matt Miller (Sr., 6-1, 195)........................................................................0 G, 0 A, 28 GB D — Brian Buglione (Jr., 6-4, 210)...................................................................0 G, 0 A, 25 GB G — John Kemp (Sr., 5-9, 170)...........................................153 saves, 8.19 GAA, .539, 21 GB Top Subs: A John Scioscia, Jr. (14 G, 2 G, 5 GB); A Westy Hopkins, Jr. (6 G, 3 A, 5 GB); M Steve Murphy, Sr. (8 G, 5 A, 8 GB); M Tyler Kimball, Sr. (9 G, 5 A, 9 GB); M/FO Nick Ossello, So. (5 G, 4 A, 40 GB, .500 FO%); DM David Miller, Sr. (0 G, 0 A, 7 GB); DM Quinn Cully, Sr. (0 G, 0 A, 3 GB); DM Jack Near, So. (2 G, 1 A, 21 GB); LSM Tyler Andersen, Sr. (0 G, 0 A, 28 GB); LSM Matt Landis, Fr. (0 G, 0 A, 23 GB); FO Liam O’Connor, Jr. (3 G, 1 A, 44 GB, .523 FO%); FO Trevor Brosco, Fr. (0 G, 0 A, 3 GB, .489 FO%)

Captains: Mike Creighton, Neal Hicks, Kelly McKenna, Scott Rodgers NCAA Tournament Finalist A — Neal Hicks (Sr., 5-11, 180)....................................................................23 G, 14 A, 20 GB A — Sean Rogers (So., 6-0, 190)......................................................................14 G, 5 A, 8 GB A — Nicholas Beattie (So., 5-9, 175).............................................................11 G, 8 A, 11 GB M — Grant Krebs (Sr., 5-8, 180)......................................................................24 G, 4 A, 26 GB M — Zach Brenneman (Sr., 6-3, 215)...........................................................29 G, 13 A, 12 GB M — Max Pfeifer (So., 6-0, 185).......................................................................10 G, 8 A, 7 GB D — Mike Creighton (Sr., 6-0, 180)..................................................................1 G, 1 A, 30 GB D — Kevin Ridgway (Jr., 6-6, 215)...................................................................0 G, 0 A, 21 GB D — Kevin Randall (So., 6-2, 205)...................................................................0 G, 0 A, 22 GB G — Scott Rodgers (Sr., 6-4, 254).......................................161 saves, 7.56 GAA, .605, 20 GB Top Subs: A Colin Igoe, Sr. (7 G, 6 A, 8 GB); M Steve Murphy, Fr. (9 G, 1 A, 7 GB); M Eric Keppeler, So. (0 G, 1 A, 8 GB); M David Earl, Jr. (22 G, 6 A, 49 GB); DM Adam Felicetti, Sr. (1 G, 0 A, 6 GB); DM Kelly McKenna, Sr. (0 G, 0 A, 6 GB); DM Quinn Cully, Fr. (0 G, 0 A, 12 GB); LSM Andrew Irving, Jr. (3 G, 2 A, 76 GB); FO Trever Sipperly, Sr. (0 G, 0 A, 67 GB, .557 FO%)

2013 - Won 11, Lost 5

2011 - Won 11, Lost 3

Captains: Zach Brenneman, David Earl, Andrew Irving, Kevin Ridgway NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist A — Nicholas Beattie (Jr., 5-9, 175)...................................................................8 G, 1 A, 6 GB A — Ryan Foley (So., 5-10, 175)......................................................................8 G, 4 A, 11 GB A — Sean Rogers (Jr., 6-0, 190).....................................................................18 G, 7 A, 14 GB M — Zach Brenneman (Sr., 6-3, 215).............................................................16 G, 6 A, 11 GB M — David Earl (Sr., 6-1, 180)......................................................................15 G, 10 A, 30 GB M — Max Pfeifer (Jr., 6-0, 185).........................................................................9 G, 8 A, 10 GB D — Sam Barnes (Sr., 6-2, 205).......................................................................0 G, 0 A, 14 GB D — Kevin Ridgway (Sr., 6-6, 215)..................................................................0 G, 0 A, 13 GB D — Kevin Randall (Jr., 6-2, 205).....................................................................0 G, 0 A, 10 GB G — John Kemp (So., 5-9, 170)..........................................139 saves, 6.60 GAA, .602, 27 GB Top Subs: A Colin Igoe, Sr. (16 G, 4 A, 10 GB); A Westy Hopkins, Fr. (18 G, 0 A, 11 GB); A Edison Parzanese, Sr. (4 G, 2 A, 4 GB); M Pat Cotter, So. (5 G, 3 A, 5 GB); M Steve Murphy, So. (6 G, 4 A, 6 GB); M Eric Keppeler, Jr. (5 G, 5 A, 16 GB); D Jake Brems, Jr. (0 G, 0 A, 18 GB); DM Quinn Cully, So. (0 G, 1 A, 6 GB); DM Devon Dobson, Jr. (0 G, 1 A, 22 GB); LSM Andrew Irving, Sr. (3 G, 3 A, 20 GB); LSM Bobby Smith, Jr. (0 G, 3 A, 18 GB); FO Jake Marmul, Sr. (0 G, 2 A, 31 GB, .557 FO%); FO Liam O’Connor, Fr. (0 G, 0 A, 41 GB, .553 FO%)

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Name Mike Adams**** Billy Ahmuty**** Ryan Alexander Tyler Andersen*** Ben Ashenburg* Owen Asplundh** Rick Aznar-Beane Dave Barnard**** Sam Barnes*** Jamie Bauersmith Nicholas Beattie*** Tim Bemer* Dan Berger*** Greg Bellon Maurice Beshlian* Joe Bialous* Todd Bialous**** David Biddison*** Craig Bishko*** Steve Bishko**** Mickey Blum*** Bill Bonde** David Bone Jim Boylan Brian Boyle* Art Brady*** Mark Brady* Jake Brems** Mike Brennan* Tyler Brenneman** Zach Brenneman**** Scott Brenton Trevor Brosco Brian Buglione* Dan Burns* Doug Burns John Burtis*** Chris Bury*** Dan Butler** Brendan Cahill**** Chuck Calderaro James Calcagini Tom Calcagnini Sean Callinan Kevin Campion* John Capano**** Dave Caperna* Paul Cappelli* Dave Carey* Bob Carillo** Mark Carolin Tom Carroll** Dave Cashen**** Mike Catenacci* Dan Charhut* Paul Chen Jon Chiarieri Peter Christman**** Matt Ciambella** Steve Clagett**** Taylor Clagett**** Chad Clay Steve Cloud** Glenn Cocoman* Andrew Coleman Randy Colley**** Matthew Collins* Logan Connolly Tom Connor* Tim Corrigan*** Will Corrigan** Sean Corscadden*** Pat Cotter** Tracy Cotter***

Fighting Irish Years Gms G A P GB 1998-01 50 3 1 4 118 1991-94 55 28 17 45 280 2009-10 3 0 0 0 0 2010-13 40 1 0 1 55 2009-12 5 0 0 0 0 1999-02 29 11 0 11 12 1998 1 0 0 0 0 1988-91 55 2 1 3 122 2007-11 52 0 1 1 60 1995-98 8 0 0 0 2 2009-12 41 28 12 40 25 2008-11 13 0 0 0 1 2001-04 45 74 9 83 76 1982-84 - 0 1 1 0 1981 - 0 0 0 0 1996-97 13 4 2 6 22 1992-96 40 3 2 5 150 1996-99 40 0 0 0 43 2002-05 53 0 1 1 53 1998-01 56 52 22 74 180 2001-04 51 1 0 1 75 1981-82 - 54 22 76 0 2000 2 0 0 0 0 1987 3 3 0 3 0 2004 12 2 4 6 4 1985-88 37 16 3 19 126 1988 13 1 0 1 10 2009-12 28 0 0 0 26 1987 10 0 1 1 12 2011-13 27 2 2 4 0 2008-11 62 72 28 100 51 1984-85 - 0 0 0 0 2013 9 0 0 0 3 2011-13 18 0 0 0 25 1982-85 - 1 1 2 0 1994-96 7 1 0 1 5 1985-88 43 10 4 14 49 1992-95 44 0 2 2 82 1995-98 29 11 3 14 17 1986-89 49 1 0 1 44 1982 1984 1984 - 0 1 1 0 2007-08 7 0 0 0 1 1981 - 6 2 8 0 1988-91 56 31 15 46 252 2005-08 15 0 0 0 4 2001-04 9 0 0 0 0 1987-90 41 29 20 49 72 1983-85 - 8 2 10 0 1992 1990-93 33 7 6 13 30 1994-97 51 0 0 0 86 1994-95 6 0 0 0 4 1981 - 5 4 9 0 1996-97 8 1 0 1 5 1994 2 0 0 0 1 2006-09 63 40 45 85 68 2007-10 39 11 2 13 11 2001-04 54 21 4 25 116 2005-08 54 5 3 8 239 1992 - 0 0 0 0 1982-85 - 0 1 1 0 1989-90 12 2 1 3 12 2001-02 6 0 0 0 0 1991-95 55 173 100 273 171 2011-13 13 0 0 0 2 2012-13 2 0 0 0 0 2008-11 6 1 0 1 4 1984-86 - 24 9 33 0 2012-13 32 9 8 17 17 1981-83 - 0 0 0 0 2010-13 37 11 5 16 7 1981-83 - 6 2 8 0

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Pos. DEF MID ATT DEF/LSM MID ATT DEF DEF DEF MID ATT DEF ATT DEF/ATT DEF MID DEF DEF MID MID DEF MID ATT ATT ATT MID MID DEF DEF MID MID MID MID DEF MID ATT MID DEF MID DEF DEF MID MID DEF MID MID DEF ATT ATT/MID MID MD MID DEF MID MID ATT MID MID/ATT ATT MID MID DEF DEF MID MID ATT MID ATT ATT/MID MID MID DEF MID MID

Hometown Wilton, CT Glen Head, NY Hempstead, NY Wayne, PA Fayetteville, NY Bryn Athyn, PA Carthage, NY New Canaan, CT Branford, CT King of Prussia, PA Columbus, OH Strafford, PA Phoenix, MD Port Washington, NY Massapequa, NY Mendham, NJ Mendham, NJ Baltimore, MD West Islip, NY West Islip, NY Garden City, NY Barrington, RI Upper Nyack, NY N. Lauderdale, FL Derry, NH Loudonville, NY West Chester, PA Kensington, MD Easton, MD East Hampton, NY East Hampton, NY Fairfield, CT Shoreham, NY Vestal, NY Buffalo, NY Fayetteville, NY Binghamton, NY Bernardsville, NJ Babylon, NY Birmgham, MI Kings Park, NY North Haven, CT North Haven, CT Madison, CT Huntington, NY Westfield, NJ Fallston, MD Garden City, NY Sudbury, MA Huntington, NY Birmingham, MI Washington, DC Chester, NJ Westfield, NJ Northfield, IL Amherst, NH New Rochelle, NY Simsbury, CT Orchard Park, NY Chesapeake Beach, MD Chesapeake Beach, MD Annapolis, MD Collinsville, CT Levittown, NY Vienna, VA Wilton, CT Bethesda, MD Davidsonville, MD Greenwich, CT Granger, IN South Bend, IN Springfield, VA Olney, MD Dearborn, MI

High School Wilton Chaminade Hotchkiss Radnor Christian Brothers Academy Acad. of New Church Carthage Cent Fairfield Prep Branford Germantown Academy Worthington Kilbourne Malvern Prep Boys’ Latin Paul Schreiber Massaoequa West Morris West Morris Gilman West Islip West Islip Garden City Barrington Nyack Pinecrest Pinkerton Academy Shaker Malvern Prep Georgetown Prep Mt. St. Joseph East Hampton East Hampton Roger Ludlowe Shoreham-Wading River Vestal Park School Fayette-Manlius Vestal Delbarton Babylon Brother Rice Kings Park Hopkins Grammer Hopkins Grammer Deerfield Academy Huntington Westfield Gilman School Garden City Lincoln-Sudbury Huntington Brother Rice Gonzaga College Delbarton Westfield New Trier West Souhegan Iona Prep Westminster School Orchard Park DeMatha Catholic DeMatha Catholic Annapolis Avon Old Farms Division Ave. James Madison Wilton Georgetown Prep St. Mary’s Brunswick School Albemarie St. Joseph’s Lake Braddock Georgetown Prep St. Alphosis


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Fighting Irish No. 10 7/29 9 25 18/39 15 41 23 3 21 3/8 22 42 10 28 31/21 32 32/38 8 30 17 2 30/33 7/8 30 24 29 27 30/37 8 3/43 5/1/3 18 5 16/23/41 3/19 26/15 11 14 1/38 15/45 25 13 19/22/9 24 17/31 19 35/3 5 14/42 30 43/40 4/37 3 36 36 44 35/25 47 3 20 35 11/43 17 26/37 6/19/36 19/37 1/38 1/19/29 30 11/28 44 11 27

Name Bob Cozzie Brennan Creaney*** Mike Creighton**** Ray Cross** Kevin Cullinan* Kevin Cullinane* Quinn Cully**** Ryan Cunn** John DaCosta Chad DeBolt*** Will DeRiso**** Devon Dobson** John Doughtery Sean Dougherty**** Conor Doyle** D.J. Driscoll**** Justin Driscoll* John Duffy* Justin DuFour Kevin Dugan* Bob Durgin* Chris Dusseau**** David Earl**** Alex Eaton* Jamie Engels Brian Erickson**** Sean Erickson Chris Fallon** Jim Fallon**** Mark Farino** Colin Fatti** Adam Felicetti*** Steve Fiamingo** John Flandina**** Brian Flatley John Flickinger Ryan Foley**** Joe Franklin**** Anson Fraser* Tom Fredericks Mike Fries* Kyle Frigon*** Laurence Galli**** Billy Gallagher*** Don Gayhardt* Brian Gilfillan*** Pete Gillin*** Will Gilmartin Joe Gladue* Tom Glatzel**** Edwin Glazener Andrew Gleason* Greg Glenday*** Dan Gibson*** Brian Giordano**** Adam Goins Bobby Gray John Greaney** Connor Greissing Tom Grote**** Dan Gutrich Mike Hagerty* Brannon Halvorsen** Joe Hart**** Timothy Brooks Hartnett Jon Harvey*** Burke Hayes**** Mark Healy Mark Hexamer** Dwayne Hicks*** Neal Hicks**** Kevin Higgins**** Steve Hoey* Ryan Hoff****

Years Gms G A P GB 1982 2001-04 30 0 0 0 62 2007-10 58 5 5 10 104 1996-99 29 0 0 0 21 1985-87 27 3 1 4 31 2006-09 19 1 2 3 8 2010-13 61 1 1 2 29 2004-07 37 6 6 12 37 1990 3 0 0 0 4 1999-02 51 4 0 4 168 1994-97 37 35 37 72 42 2009-12 37 0 1 1 56 1999 1 0 0 0 0 2005-08 58 1 0 1 126 2012-13 31 33 17 50 24 2003-06 51 1 2 3 202 1983 - 21 6 27 0 2004-07 14 0 0 0 10 1993 4 1 0 1 1 2000-01 12 2 0 2 4 1981 - 4 4 8 0 1996-99 51 115 11 126 62 2008-11 62 51 22 73 157 2011-13 11 2 1 3 1 1982 1993-96 37 17 12 29 55 1997-99 2 0 0 0 0 1999-02 29 0 0 0 16 1984-87 37 0 3 3 55 1981-82 - 5 6 11 0 2002-05 27 10 2 12 11 2007-10 52 4 2 6 23 1997-00 34 2 0 2 42 1999-02 57 44 32 76 62 1998-00, 2002 10 0 0 0 3 1986-87 15 0 2 2 12 2010-13 57 28 19 47 27 1983-86 - 119 42 161 0 2005-08 22 0 0 0 9 1985-86 - 0 0 0 0 2000-03 8 0 0 0 1 2001-03 37 17 7 20 34 1996-99 49 1 0 1 44 1992-95 47 0 6 6 161 1984 - 6 6 12 0 1993-96 42 38 30 68 96 1988,90-91 44 3 3 6 174 2012-13 2 0 0 0 0 1981 - 0 1 1 0 1998-2001 51 106 61 167 143 2013 1 0 0 0 0 2009-12 11 0 0 0 1 1993-96 51 2 4 6 130 2006-09 46 9 9 18 16 2002-05 48 55 25 80 61 2013 0 0 0 0 0 2013 0 0 0 0 0 2004-07 33 7 5 12 11 2009 0 0 0 0 0 1983-86 - 60 62 122 90 1992 3 1 0 1 2 2002-05 2 0 0 0 0 2004-07 28 0 1 1 30 1982-85 - 32 13 45 0 2000-02 5 0 0 0 1 1998-2001 46 59 6 65 58 1995-98 51 46 15 61 124 1986-88 17 2 1 3 5 1991-94 35 13 8 21 18 1983-85 - 5 7 12 0 2007-10 61 61 39 100 72 1997-2000 42 2 7 9 250 1981 - 0 0 0 0 2006-09 63 134 12 146 77

Pos. MID DEF DEF DEF ATT/MID MID MID MID ATT MID ATT MID MID DEF ATT DEF MID DEF MID MID MID ATT MID ATT MID MID MID DEF DEF MID MID MID DEF ATT/MID MID ATT ATT/MID ATT MID DEF DEF MID DEF DEF ATT ATT MID MID ATT ATT DEF MID MID MID MID MID ATT/MID MID DEF ATT/MID MID DEF DEF MID DEF ATT MID MID ATT MID/DEF ATT MID MID ATT

Hometown High School Waterton, NY Immaculate Heart Baltimore, MD Loyola Blakefield Malvern, PA Malvern Prep College Station, TX Wilton Wilson, CT Wilton Southport, CT Fairfield Prep Duxbury, MA Duxbury West Islip, NY West Islip Pittsburgh, PA Mt. Lebanon Waterloo, NY Waterloo Cold Spring Harbor, NY Cold Spring Harbor New Milford, CT New Milford Gladwynne, PA Episcopal Academy Malvern, PA Malvern Prep School Towson, MD Gilman Downingtown, PA Malvern Prep School Huntington Station, NY Holy Family Columbus, OH St. Charles Prep School Rockville, MD Georgetown Prep. Avon-by-the-Sea, NJ Christian Brothers Falls Church, VA Copiague Columbus, OH Upper Arlington Simsbury, CT Westminster School Bridgewater, NJ Bridgewater Raritan Ada, MI Forest Hills Wilton, CT Wilton Wilton, CT Wilton Swathmore, PA Episocopal Academy New City, NY Clarksworth North Norfolk, VA Princess Anne Skaneateles, NY Skaneateles Doylestown, PA Central Bucks East Cincinnati, OH Moeller West Islip, NY West Islip Port Jefferson, NY Comsewogue West Hartford, CT Loomis Chaffee Prep Glen Ridge, NJ Delbarton Lindenhurst, NY Lindenhurst Summit, NJ Summit Waltham, MA Waltham Oakton, VA Oakton Salem, MA Loomis Chaffee Prep Garden City, NY Garden Çity Philadelphia, PA Penn Center Annapolis, MD St. Mary’s Huntington Station, NY Walt Whitman Avon, CT Kingswood-Oxford Nesconset, NY St. Anthony’s/Lawrenceville Baltimore, MD Mt. St. Joseph Ellicott City, MD Boys Latin La Jolla, CA The Bishop’s School Roswell, GA Roswell Lido Beach, NY Long Beach Germantown, TN Memphis Univ. School Princeton, NJ Hun School Berwyn, PA Conestoga San Rafael, CA St. Ignatius College Prep/Deerfield Babylon, NY Babylon Hudson, OH Western Reserve Simsbury, CT Simsbury Englewood, CO Kent Niskayuna, NY Niskayuna Lake Oswego, OR Lakeridge Cold Spring Harbor, NY Huntington Rochester Hills, MI Brother Rice Winchester, MA Phillips Exeter Academy Chevy Chase, MD Landon Syosset, NY Syosset New Canaan, CT New Canaan Freeport, NY Freeport Atlanta, GA Lovett School Wilton, CT Wilton Huntington, NY Huntington Baldwin, MD Dulaney

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ALL-TIME ROSTER No. 20 12 40 1/13/31 26 31 35 50 3 33 17 50 8/19 14/30 30 34 24 27 19 18 12 29 12 25 44 8 24/9 43 15 32 39 6 16 25 4/47 36 30 38 34 2 15 14/39 28/29 19 5/15 15/30 6 39/29 18/17 21/22 26/5 21 12/36 32 19/14 31 39 26 13/18 33 23 14 16/20 35 31 9 13 9/18 4 33 22 19 26 10

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Name Bill Hogan* Westy Hopkins*** Brant Howell Matt Howell*** Brian Hubschmann**** Colin Igoe** Mike Iorio**** Andrew Irving**** Pat Jank** Chris Jarvis Matt Karweck**** Matt Kavanagh* Tim Kearney* Jimmy Keenan**** John Kennedy Donald Keough Eric Keppeler*** David Kidder** Tyler Kimball*** Owen Knott* Grant Krebs**** John Krueger Ed Lamb**** Chip Lanser* Tyler Krummenacher* Revere La Noue** Thomas Lanahan**** Matt Landis* Brian Larimer Bill Leisen Matt Leisen* Jerry Levesque** Dave Lewis** Steve Linehan** Bill Liva*** Mike Livingston* Chip Lonsdale*** Eddy Lubowicki Carl Lunblad* Mike Lynch* Rob Lynn* Kevin Lynyak** Mark Macheca Kurt MacLaurin Kevin Mahoney**** Matt Malakoff*** Billy Maloney* David Maloney Patrick Maloney** Steve Manley*** Jim Marlatt** Jake Marmul** Mike Maroney**** Chris Masterson* Frank Matarazzo*** Taylor Matthews* Joe Mattio Brian Mayglothing*** Eamon McAnaney**** Aaron McCann* Connor McCollough Mike McCusker Regis McDermott**** Randy McDonald** Brian McHugh*** Brian McKeon* Kelly McKenna**** John McLachlan* Marty McManus* John McNicholas**** Brendan Max Davey Melera*** Sean Meehan* David Miller*

Fighting Irish Years Gms G A P GB Pos. 1994-95 21 15 2 17 15 MID 2011-13 46 42 10 52 41 ATT 2008-10 4 0 0 0 2 DEF 2001-04 31 40 37 77 41 ATT 2003-07 53 55 36 91 58 ATT/MID 2008-11 35 26 12 38 22 ATT 1992-95 55 10 7 17 195 DEF 2008-11 53 8 7 15 167 LSM 1981-82 - 1 0 1 0 DEF 2003 1 0 0 0 0 MID 2003-06 52 60 30 90 78 MID 2013 16 32 16 48 25 ATT 1994-95 18 23 6 29 37 ATT 1995-98 51 54 63 117 164 MID 1988 - 0 0 0 0 MID 2011 0 0 0 0 0 DEF 2009-12 56 13 7 20 47 MID 1986-88 24 7 2 9 26 MID 2010-13 43 12 9 21 12 MID 1994 9 1 0 1 8 MID 2007-10 62 82 23 105 92 MID 1985 3 1 0 1 NA MID 1990-93 58 48 31 79 135 MID 2007-10 16 0 0 0 7 DEF 2002-05 10 2 0 2 6 MID 1996,98-99 28 6 4 10 23 MID 1985-88 54 39 18 57 136 MID 2013 15 0 0 0 23 LSM/DEF 1999 1 0 0 0 0 DEF 1993 4 0 0 0 2 DEF 1999-02 15 0 0 0 5 DEF 1981-82 - 23 16 39 0 ATT 1981-82 - 0 0 0 0 DEF 1981-82 - 59 32 91 0 ATT 2004-07 47 14 9 23 66 MID 1990-91 16 0 0 0 19 ATT 1990-93 52 2 1 3 149 MID 2013 1 0 0 0 0 ATT 1981 - 10 6 16 0 MID 1981-82 - 31 14 45 0 ATT 1987-90 36 14 5 19 37 ATT 1992-95 35 9 3 12 32 MID 1990-91 10 3 0 3 4 MID 2000 2 0 0 0 0 MID 1993-96 52 35 28 63 98 ATT 2002-05 40 14 15 29 35 ATT 2008-11 8 1 0 1 1 MID 1982-84 DEF 2008-11 31 1 1 2 3 MID 1991-94 42 24 15 39 37 ATT 2011-13 32 39 24 63 54 MID 2008-11 32 2 3 5 66 MID 1993-96 48 17 6 23 50 MID 2001-04 16 1 0 0 6 MID 2002-05 24 2 0 2 39 MID 2002-05 11 0 0 0 2 DEF 1990 4 0 0 0 1 DEF 1990-92 44 60 41 101 159 MID 1988-91 57 2 0 2 170 DEF 1998-99 12 0 0 0 5 DEF 2012-13 6 0 0 0 2 MID 1982 MID 2006-09 61 0 1 1 134 DEF 1985-88 27 1 0 1 45 DEF 1987-90 51 77 34 111 121 ATT 1982-84 - 2 3 5 0 ATT 2007-10 64 6 7 13 60 MID 1985-87 26 37 38 75 33 ATT 1981-83 - 0 1 1 0 MID 1985-88 51 38 32 70 112 MID 1987 3 0 0 0 4 MID 2006-09 52 6 5 11 51 MID 1996-99 21 1 2 3 16 MID 2013 16 0 0 0 7 MID

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Hometown High School Pt. Lookout, NY Canterbury Newtown, PA LaSalle College HS/Lawrenceville Mercer Island, WA Mercer Island Huntington, NY Huntington Short Hills, NJ Delbarton Columbus, OH Worthington Kilbourne Chester, NJ Mendham McLean, VA The Hotchkiss School Watertown, NY Immaculate Heart Central St. Louis, MO DeSmet Jesuit Penn Yan, NY Penn Yan Academy Rockville Centre, NY Chaminade/Hotchkiss Lutherville, MD Calvert Hall Floral Park, NY Chaminade Babylon, NY Babylon Rye, NY Rye/Westminster School Baldwin, MD Dulaney Wilton, CT Wilton Phoenix, MD Gilman Towson, MD Calvert Hall Annapolis, MD St. Mary’s Vail, CO Battle Mountain Manlius, NY Fayette-Manlius Parkton, MD Dulaney St. Louis, MO MICDS Baltimore, MD Mt. St. Joseph Huntington, NY Cold Spring Harbor Pelham, NY Pelham Memorial Bloomfield, MI Brother Rice Uniondale, NY Kellenberg Memorial East Meadow, NY Chaminade Pine Brook, NJ Montville Twp. Morris Plains, NJ Delbarton Lexington, KY Henry Clay Bryn Mawr, PA Malvern Prep School Islip, NY Islip Lutherville, MD St. Paul’s School for Boys Somerset, NJ St. Joseph’s (Metuchen) Baltimore, MD McDonogh Mendham, NJ Delbarton Huntington, NY Huntington New Vernon, NJ Delbarton Kenilworth, IL New Trier Twp. Columbus, OH Upper Arlington Chatham, NJ Delbarton Bay Shore, NY Bay Shore Bethesda, MD Georgetown Prep Latham, NY Shaker Bethesda, MD Georgetown Prep Springfield, PA Springfield Clarksville, MD River Hill Livonia, MI Detroit Catholic Central Manlius, NY Fayette-Manlius West Hempstead, NY Chaminade Franklin Lakes, NJ Bergen Catholic St. Louis, MO MICDS Deer Park, NY Deer Park Wilton, CT Wilton New York, NY Hill School Ellicott City, MD Orchard Park Charlottesville, VA St. Anne’s-Belfield Yorktown, NY Yorktown Amityville, NY Chaminade Geneva, NY Geneva Parsippany, NJ Delbarton Auburn, NY Auburn Penfield, NY Penfield Syracuse, NY West Genesee Toledo, OH St. John’s Lloyd Harbor, NY Cold Spring Harbor South Bend, IN John Adams Timonium, MD Boys’ Latin School Smithtown, NY Smithtown Warrenton, VA Notre Dame Academy/Maryland


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Fighting Irish No. 37/23/9 34 35 36/33 34/38 48 15 5/18 42 19 11 16 11/24 21 38/22 20 25 14 36 4/6 23 4 10 48/31 36 5 37/4 8 36 29 42 9 20 9/23 33/24 13/12 16 16/38 9 1/25 38/18 33/27 6 22/34 15 33/37 18 20 45 15 34/28 50 8 49/6 14 22/14 28 7/30 39 27 41 22/26 3 14 45 16 2/17 4/8 35 22 21 41/14 18 20

Name Matt Miller** Dick Milone** Joe Minutoli Ryan Mix** Jim Morrison Dan Mortell Mike Moser John Mulflur** Owen Mulford**** John Murphy* Kevin Murphy** Steve Murphy**** Doug Murray** Scott Musa** Jack Near** Chuck Neff* Joe Nejman Chris Nelson**** Dave Notarangelo Stedman Oakey**** Frank O’Brien* Tom O’Brien ** Kevin O’Connor*** Liam O’Connor*** Mike O’Connor Dave O’Neill*** Stephen O’Hara** Patrick O’Toole Andy Oatway John Olmstead**** Dean Omori Chris Onderdonk* Nick Ossello** Brad Owen*** Dan Pace*** Tom Pace Steve Panos* Keith Parendo* Edison Parzanese* Marc Pasquale*** Kevin Patrick** Steve Pearsall**** Bo Perriello**** Nick Petcoff**** Connor Pett* Jason Pett** Drew Peters**** Mike Pfeffer*** Max Pfeifer**** Ed Phillips* Michael Podgajny**** Lucius Polk**** George Porter Chris Prevoznik* Kevin Quigley* Mike Quigley**** Mike Quinn**** Joey Rallo**** Kevin Randall*** Todd Rassas**** Tom Regan Anthony Reid*** Garrett Reilly*** Tony Rettino**** Cole Riccardi Mike Rice* Chris Richez**** Mike Richtsmeier Kevin Ridgway**** Hani Rimlawi Mark Rizzieri* Michael Rogers* Sean Rogers**** Kevin Rooney***

Years Gms G A P GB 2010-13 34 0 1 1 58 1984,86-87 22 0 0 0 59 1990-91 3 0 0 0 1 2011-13 28 6 0 6 4 2002-05 16 26 7 33 38 2009 4 0 0 0 0 1991 9 0 0 0 2 2001-04 20 2 1 3 8 2001-04 45 13 5 18 29 1981 - 0 0 0 0 1991-94 41 0 0 0 47 2010-13 63 28 17 45 26 1989-92 41 0 1 1 117 1989-92 33 0 0 0 39 2012-13 30 3 1 4 39 1981 - 0 1 1 0 2000 4 1 0 1 1 1989-92 55 23 16 39 82 1995 1 0 0 0 0 1997-2000 52 30 23 53 34 1985-87 12 8 1 9 0 1990-93 38 9 4 13 41 1986-89 41 0 0 0 78 2011-13 38 6 2 8 128 1994 2 0 0 0 0 1984-87 40 30 11 41 125 2011-13 32 0 0 0 71 2004-07 6 0 0 0 2 1985-87 8 0 0 0 0 1986-89 50 83 63 146 123 1982-83 - 0 0 0 0 1993-95 14 4 0 4 10 2012-13 28 5 4 9 66 1996-99 36 31 3 34 48 1981-83 - 41 41 82 0 1982-84 - 0 0 0 0 2003-06 15 0 0 0 21 1999-2000 4 2 0 2 3 2011 14 4 2 6 4 1992-95 43 13 5 18 48 1989-91 23 1 0 1 57 1981-84 - 72 53 125 0 1990-93 55 21 12 33 32 2001-04 43 0 1 1 37 1998 10 2 0 2 2 1992-94,95 34 16 8 24 48 2003-06 52 13 9 22 84 ’97-98, ’00-01 37 0 0 0 20 2009-12 58 31 25 56 35 1985 16 0 0 0 0 2005-08 53 68 36 104 129 2004-07 48 30 14 44 54 1983-84 2011-13 14 0 0 0 1 1981 - 0 0 0 0 1987-90 54 45 15 60 167 1981-84 - 22 4 26 0 2004-07 51 0 0 0 79 2009-12 54 0 0 0 55 1995-98 50 2 3 5 194 1982 1994-96 38 24 2 26 29 1991-94 47 0 0 0 81 1983-86 - 10 3 13 54 2013 2 0 0 0 0 1983-86 - 0 0 0 48 2002-05 50 15 10 25 63 2000-01 9 0 0 0 4 2008-11 56 0 0 0 60 2001 6 0 0 0 2 1986-88 28 3 0 3 7 2009-12 1 0 0 0 0 2009-13 64 78 35 113 66 1982-85 - 25 4 29 0

Pos. DEF DEF MID ATT ATT ATT DEF MID MID MID DEF MID MID MID MID MID DEF MID DEF ATT ATT MID MID/DEF MID DEF ATT/MID DEF ATT DEF ATT DEF ATT MID MID MID MID MID ATT ATT MID MID ATT/MID ATT MID MID MID MID DEF MID DEF MID MID MID DEF MID MID MID DEF DEF DEF ATT MID DEF MDI MID DEF MID ATT DEF DEF ATT/MID MID ATT MID/ATT

Hometown Warrenton, VA Rye, NY San Rafael, CA Newport Beach, CA Fulton, MD Glenview, IL Safety Harbor, FL Easton, MD Ocean City, MD New Canaan, CT Wilton, CT Shirley, NY Colorado Springs, CO Endwell, NY Bronxville, NY Elmhurst, IL Meadowbrook, PA Rochester, NY Lutherville, MD Charlottesville, VA Albany, NY Stony Brook, NY West Hartford, CT Haverford, PA Bethesda, MD Peabody, MA West Chester, PA Hudson, OH New Canaan, CT Corning, NY Annandale, VA Chestnut Ridge, NY Wheat Ridge, CO Amherst, NH Summit, NJ Summit, NJ Arnold, MD Mineola, NY Edgartown, MA Fayette-Manlius, NY Schenectady, NY Greenlawn, NY Ivy, VA Troy, MI Ellicott City, MD Ellicott City, MD Babylon, NY Wilton, CT Crozet, VA St. Louis, MO Ridley Park, PA Washington, DC Reisterstown, MO Mountain Lakes, NJ Auburn, NY Kings Park, NY Penn Van, NY Cockeysville, MD Penfield, NY Northfield, IL Convent Station, NJ Pittsburgh, PA Wilton, CT Huntington Station, NY Madison, NJ Geneva, NY Freeport, NY Durham, NC Kensington, MD Fayetteville, NY Geneva, NY Annapolis, MD New Hyde Park, NY Convent Station, NJ

High School Notre Dame Academy Groton School San Marin Corona del Mar Mt. St. Joseph Loyola Academy King Park Peter & Paul Loyola Blakefield New Canaan Wilton William Floyd Rampart Maine-Endwell Bronxville Immaculate Conception Penn Charter Irondeguoit St. Paul’s St. Anne’s Albany Academy Ward Mellville Hall The Haverford School Georgetown Prep Peabody St. Joe’s Prep Hudson New Canaan Corning-Painted Post W. Annandale Green Meadow Wheat Ridge Souhegan Delbarton Delbarton Broadneck Mineola Martha’s Vineyard/Holy Cross Fayettevile-Manilus Deerfield Acad. Harbor Field St. Anne’s Bellfield Detroit Country Day Glenels Glenels Babylon Wilton Western Albemarle St. Louis Priory Ridley St. Albans Loyola Mountain Lakes Auburn Kings Park Penn Van Boys’ Latin Penfield Loyola Acad. Delbarton Sewickey Wilton Walt Whitman Delbarton Geneva Freeport Durham Academy Georgetown Prep Fayette-Manlius Geneva DeMatha Holy Trinity Delbarton

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ALL-TIME ROSTER No. 40 5 22/42 36/24 3/30 9 20 34/22 12 25/39 24/44/25 16 13/37 26/30 23 45 36 38/2 23 27 21 34 40/14 35 5/39 8 13/31 22 37 47/7 48 26 5/15 23/32 7/6 10 27 50/14 43/46 29/38 33 8/26 12 4 37 35 15/32 33/19 32/18 29 37/32 7 41/38 10 2 31 7 20 16 28 2 6 41/14/2 45 46 25 7/40 10/34 6 18 13/34/38 35/37 6 34

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Name Years Gms G A P GB Dave Roop 1982 Chris Rowley** 1988-90 36 6 4 10 26 Dave Rubano* 1997-2000 20 0 0 0 12 Kyle Runyon 2012-13 2 1 0 1 1 Devin Ryan**** 1999-02 45 39 8 47 35 Matt Ryan**** 2003-06 51 30 33 63 118 Jeff Salamon* 1987,89-90 22 0 0 0 7 Warren Sanger* 1986,88-89 29 0 0 0 16 Andy Santoriello** 1998-01 27 1 0 1 7 Brian Sapp 1982-83 Adam Sargent* 1995-97 5 1 2 3 65 Ben Savage** 1996-99 35 15 5 20 13 Brandon Schultheis*** 2003-06 38 0 0 0 23 Dan Scolaro* 2005-08 17 0 0 0 8 Brian Schirf*** 1989-92 49 50 13 63 128 Kevin Schoneck 2002 0 0 0 0 0 Dan Schmitt* 2008-11 3 0 0 0 0 John Scioscia* 2011-13 16 14 2 16 6 Andy Scollan*** 1993-96 43 1 0 1 60 Lance Scott 1989 5 0 0 0 0 Mike Seaman* 1995-98 13 2 5 7 2 Pete Senger**** 1990-93 56 4 1 5 36 Mike Sennett*** 1989-91 41 18 4 22 27 Stephen Sepeta*** 1996-99 39 0 0 0 30 James Severin 2003-06 8 0 0 0 2 Chris Sfarzo** 1991-92 27 3 3 6 14 Jeff Shay** 1985-88 25 21 7 28 28 Justin Shay**** 1982-85 - 16 8 24 0 Will Shearer 2002 0 0 0 0 0 Michael Shepardson 2011-13 1 0 0 0 0 Jack Sheridan 2013 1 0 0 0 0 Jim Shields** 1984-87 38 42 24 66 36 Mike Shulof 1997-98 3 1 0 1 1 Eric Simon*** 2000-03 42 1 1 2 107 Trever Sipperly** 2007-10 36 0 1 1 95 Bobby Smith*** 2009-12 54 2 4 6 70 Kevin Smith**** 1981-84 - 19 7 26 0 Ryan Smith 2012-13 2 0 0 0 0 Sloan Smith* 2005-08 15 2 1 3 3 Pete Snyder*** 1992-95 41 1 0 1 52 Robbie Snyder**** 1991-94 55 96 47 143 127 John Souch**** 2000-03 57 0 2 2 137 Doug Spencer**** 1986-89 48 5 12 17 119 Wally Stack**** 1984-87 40 0 0 0 90 J.R. Stahl* 2004-05 11 0 1 1 10 Thomas Stephan 2013 1 0 0 0 0 Mark Steranka** 1984-85 - 13 5 18 0 Mike Stevens** 1987,89-90 37 0 0 0 65 Eddie Stohlman** 1995-98 26 0 2 2 17 Dan Straka 2002-04 11 1 1 2 4 John Sullivan 1982-83 Mike Sullivan**** 1989-92 58 97 88 185 125 William Sullivan 2003-04 0 0 0 0 0 Will Sutton**** 1991-93,95 57 59 56 115 216 Duncan Swezey**** 2006-09 58 56 48 104 34 Jeff Taddeo 1991-92 9 3 2 5 1 Stephen Taylor** 1996-98 21 7 2 9 21 John Titterton* 1989 13 0 0 0 18 Rob Tobin* 1993 14 12 15 27 32 Steve Tomasso 1986 J T. Tremante**** 1993-96 43 14 13 27 59 Bob Tripp 1983 - 0 0 0 0 Taylor Tripucka** 2008-11 37 0 0 0 7 Bob Trocchi*** 1983-85 - 84 59 143 0 Kyle Trolley 2013 0 0 0 0 0 Matt Umscheid 1990-91 8 0 0 0 2 David Ulrich**** 1998-2001 56 70 110 180 160 Todd Ulrich**** 1998-2001 52 44 33 77 84 Vince Vitale 1988 5 1 0 1 2 Brett Vecchio* 2007 12 3 2 5 5 William Veranka 1982-83, 1985 6 1 0 1 0 John Walsh* 1982-84 - 0 0 0 0 Pat Walsh**** 2003-06 52 84 108 192 100 Jim Walters 2009-10 0 0 0 0 0

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Fighting Irish Pos. DEF ATT/MID DEF ATT MID MID DEF DEF MID MID DEF ATT MID/DEF DEF/ATT MID DEF DEF ATT MID DEF MID DEF ATT MID/DEF DEF MID MID/ATT DEF MID DEF DEF ATT ATT DEF MID LSM/DEF MID DEF ATT/MID DEF ATT DEF DEF DEF DEF DEF MID DEF DEF ATT MID MID/ATT DEF MID ATT ATT MID MID MID MID MID MID MID ATT MID DEF ATT MID ATT MID DEF DEF ATT MID

Hometown Geln Arm, MD Auburn, NY West Islip, NY Coronado, CA Kensington, MD Ridley Park, PA Long Valley, NJ Manhasset, NY Westfield, NJ Annandale, VA Rochester, NY Ellicott City, MD Babylon, NY Lake Forest, IL Sudbury, MA Miami, FL Palatine, IL Summit, NJ Auburn, NY Denver, CO Springfield, PA Cape Elizabeth, ME Bloomfied Hills, MI Duxbury, MA Bayville, NY Merrick, NY Carlisle, MA Carlisle, MA Hampstead, MD Winter Park, FL West Chester, PA Canton, NY Wilton, CT Flemington, NJ Greenwich, NY Woodbine, NJ St. James, NY Summit, NJ Concord, NH White Plains, NY Geneva, NY Watertown, NY Dix Hills, NY Levittown, NY Sparks, MD Chatham, NJ Winchester, MA Homer, NY Fairfax, VA Upper Arlington, OH Hauppagua, NY Farmington, MI Babylon, NY Edgewater, MD Ambler, PA Penfield, NY Rockville Center, NY Huntington, NY Annapolis, MD Schenectady, NY Wilton, CT Pittsford, NY Mountain Lakes, NJ Sudbury, MA Peterborough, Ontario Winchester, MA Baltimore, MD Baltimore, MD Auburn, NY Lloyd Harbor, NY Somers, CT Huntington, NY Wantagh, NY East Hanover, NJ

High School Dulaney Auburn West Islip Coronado Gonzaga College Ridley West Morris Chaminade The Pingry School Lake Braddock Brightants Mt. Hebron Babylon Loyola Academy Lincoln-Sudbury Miami Palmetto Fremd Summit Auburn East Manual Springfield Cape Elizabeth Brother Rice Duxbury Chaminade Calhan Concord-Carlisle Concord-Carlisle Boys’ Latin Saint Andrews Malvern Prep Canton Wilton Hunterdon Central Greenwich Lawrenceville School Smithtown East St. Peter’s Prep Phillips Exeter Academy White Plains Geneva Immaculate Heart Central Half Hollow High West Levittown Boys’ Latin Chatham Winchester Homer Paul VI Upper Arlington St. Anthony’s Catholic Central Chaminade St. Mary’s Hatboro-Horsham Penfield Chaminade Cold Spring Harbor Jeremy Colonie Central Wilton McQuaid Jesuit Mountain Lakes Lincoln-Sudbury Culver Academy (IN) Winchester Boys Latin Boys Latin Auburn Cold Spring Harbor Somers Holy Family Wantagh Delbarton


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Fighting Irish

No. 4/16 5 19/15 29 18 29 32 5/4 29/5 19 12 43 15 9/32 32 28 22 43 15 29 33

Name Ned Webster** Byran Welch Travis Wells*** Alex Wharton** Rich Wickel** Andy Will* Henry Williams Rob Williamson* Chris Wilson John Wilson**** Bob Winn Tim Wolf Rick Wozniak A.J. Wright*** William Zoccola* Ken Yanicky* Will Yeatman* Chris Young**** Joe Zonies Tim Zaino Ross Zimmerman****

Years Gms G A P GB 1995-97-99 23 13 23 36 35 1997 3 0 0 0 1 2000-03 48 27 13 40 51 2005-08 43 31 44 75 26 1981-82 - 0 0 0 0 2010-13 1 1 0 1 0 2012-13 5 0 0 0 2 1990-93 16 1 0 1 13 1982-84 1982-85 - 8 5 13 0 1984-85 1982 1983 1999-2002 45 0 0 0 85 1981 - 0 0 0 0 1997 12 3 2 5 76 2007-08 15 21 25 46 27 1998-2001 52 26 12 38 72 1984 - 1 0 1 - 1993 5 0 0 0 5 2005-08 58 0 1 1 106

Pos. ATT MID MID ATT DEF ATT LSM DEF MID MID DEF DEF ATT DEF MID MID ATT MID MID MID DEF

Hometown Baltimore, MD Wellesley, MA Severna Park, MD Baltimore, MD Weehawken, NJ Olney, MD Potomac, MD Denver, CO Baldwin, NY Bloomfield Hills, MI Kenmore, NY Bloomfield Hills, MI Syracuse, NY Timonium, MD Memphis, TN Rochester, NY San Diego, CA Camillus, NY Wyomissing, PA Fairfield, CT Utica, MI

No. 1 17 25/6 11 11/44 28/3/30 31/21 6 11/6 39 2 38 11 16 9 45 31/8 40 37/26 1 1 49 9 7 22 46 1 31 5 20 42 41 1 1 34

Name Nick Antol** Jeff Bolyard Art Brady*** Alex Cade**** Stewart Crosland**** Patrick Darcy* Bill Delaney Tim Dempsey Tom Duane** Mark English Pat Finn* Tom Fredericks Jeff Glazier** Ben Harries Jim Hennigan Daniel Hickey Kirk Howell*** Ryan Jewell*** Conor Kelly Joey Kemp**** John Kemp*** Andrew Larrabee Brian McKeon* Matt McQuillan*** Tim Michels* Brendan Moore** Chris Parent**** Pat Poletti*** Colt Power Sean Quigley Scott Rodgers** Dan Schnorr Rob Simpson**** Robert Stewart* Brian Sullivan

Years Gms GA Sv. Sv. Pct. GB 2000-03 22 107 151 .585 40 1996-97 4 8 8 .500 5 1985-88 1 0 5 1.000 126 1995-98 50 379 621 .621 208 2001-05 38 240 398 .624 77 1997-2000 7 13 8 .381 5 2006-07 0 0 0 .000 0 1987 1989-90 18 111 145 .566 44 1983 1990-93 20 88 135 .605 16 1985-86 3 10 11 .524 0 1987-89 25 184 225 .550 51 1994 1981 NA 0 2 1.000 0 2003-06 4 7 7 .500 0 1997-2001 47 345 498 .591 160 1992-95 39 255 342 .573 86 2012-13 1 2 1 .333 0 2005-08 58 383 633 .623 124 2010-13 50 346 498 .590 92 2013 0 0 0 .000 0 1982-84 NA 2 17 .895 0 1985-86,88 37 262 454 .634 0 1981 NA 110 231 .677 0 2007-11 12 13 12 .480 0 1990-93 46 289 416 .590 67 1981-84 NA 78 129 .623 0 2009-12 4 3 12 .800 1 2002-05 4 4 6 .600 3 2006-10 38 207 371 .642 69 2002 0 0 0 0 0 1982-85 NA 383 623 .619 0 1981 NA 5 8 .615 0 1993-96 14 30 41 .577 5

High School Boys’ Latin Deerfield Academy St. Joseph’s Gilman School Delbarton Bullis Georgetown Prep Aor Academy Baldwin Detroit Country Day Kenmore West Cranbrook Bishop Ludden Loyola Blakefield Christian Brothers Pittsford Rancho Bernardo West Genesee The Hill Fairfield Prep Brother Rice

Goalies Hometown Baldwin, MD Pittsford, NY Loudonville, NY N. Potomac, MD Bethesda, MD Uniondale, NY Skaneateles, NY Arlington, VA Flemington, NJ New Kensington, PA Timonium, MD Waltham, MA Rochester, NY Severma Park, MD Livingston, NJ Garden City, NY Nashville, TN Sudbury, MA St. Davids, PA Potomac, MD Potomac, MD Bedford, NY Auburn, NY East Meadow, NY Baltimore, MD Charlotte, NC Fairfield, CT Worthington, OH Dallas, TX Rockville Centre, NY Wantagh, NY Sudbury, MA Port Jefferson, NY

Edina, MN Bridgewater, NJ

High School Loyola Blakefield Pittsford Mendon Shaker Landon School Landon School Kellenberg Memorial Skaneateles Gonzaga College Prep Hunterdon Central Valley Loyola Blakefield Waltham Irondequoit Severn Delbarton Chaminade Montgomery Bell Academy Lincoln-Sudbury Haverford Georgetown Prep Georgetown Prep Byram Hills Auburn East Meadow St. Paul’s Providence Fairfield Prep. Worthington Episcopal School of Dallas Chaminade MacArthur Lincoln Sudbury Comsewogue

Edina East Bridgewater-Raritan

*– Denotes number of monograms earned Bold indicates active players List does not include current freshmen/newcomers

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ALL-TIME NUMBERS Tom Fredericks, 1986 Mark Healy, 1987-88 Mark Hexamer, 1994 Marc Pasquale, 1995 Joe Bialous, 1996-97 Nick Antol, 2000-03 Mat Howell, 2004 Joey Kemp, 2005-08 Adam Felicetti, 2009 John Kemp, 2010-13 Mike Lynch, 1981-82 Tim Corrigan, 1984-86 Pat Finn, 1990-93 J.T. Tremante, 1993-96 Chris Dusseau, 1996-99 Owen Asplundh, 2000-02 Chris Richez, 2003-05 Duncan Swezey, 2006-09 Taylor Tripucka, 2010-11 John Scioscia, 2012-13 John DaCosta, 1990 Tom Grote, 1983-86 John Flickinger 1987 Pat Jank, 1981-82 Garrett Reilly, 1991-94 Will DeRiao 1995-97 Devin Ryan, 2000-2002 Collin Fatti, 2003-05 Dan Gibson, 2006-09 Adam Felicetti, 2010 Nicholas Beattie, 2011-12 Will Gilmartin, 2013 Marty McManus, 1981-83 Wally Stack, 1984-87 Glenn Cocoman, 1989 Rob Williamson, 1990 Tom O’Brien, 1991-93 Greg Glenday, 1994-96 Ned Webster, 1997-99 Stedman Oakey, 2000 Mike Richtsmeier 2001 Dan Berger, 2003-04 Bill Liva, 2005-07 Tim Bemer, 2008-11 Stephen O’Hara, 2012-13 Joe Gladue, 1981 Chris Wilson, 1982-83 Dave O’Neill, 1984-87 Chris Rowley, 1988-90 Rob Williamson, 1991-93 Kevin Mahoney, 1994-96 Byran Welch, 1997 John Flandina, 1999-01 John Mulfur, 2003-04 James Severin, 2005-06 Adam Felicetti, 2007-08 Colt Power, 2009-12 Jim Marlatt, 2013 Art Brady, 1985 Mike Catenacci, 1994-95 Tim Dempsey, 1987 Jerry Levesque, 1981-82 Bo Perriello, 1990-93 Bob Tripp, 1983 Vince Vitale, 1988 Tom Duane, 1989 Stedman Oakey, 1997-1999 John Harvey, 2000-01

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Fighting Irish Pat Walsh, 2003-06 Trever Sipperly, 2007 Billy Maloney, 2008-11 Chris Prevoznik, 2012-13 Mike Sullivan, 1989-92 7 Randy Colley, 1993-95 Stephen Taylor, 1996-98 David Ulrich, 1999-2001 Brennan Creaney, 2002-04 Joey Rallo, 2005-07 Trever Sipperly, 2008-10 Alex Eaton, 2011 Michael Shepardson, 2012-13 Brendan Cahill, 1986-89 8 Justin DuFour, 1993 Mark Farino, 1981-82 Will DeRiso 1994 Revere La Noue, 1996, 98-99 Patrick O’Toole, 2004 George Porter, 1983-84 Chris Sfarzo, 1991-92 Tim Kearney, 1995 Mike Richtsmeier 2000 John Souch, 2001-03 Patrick O’Toole, 2005-07 Tom Connor, 2008-11 Alex Eaton, 2012-13 Jim Hennigan, 1981 9 Brian McKeon, 1982-84 John McLachlan, 1987 Billy Gallagher, 1992 Jamie Bauersmith, 1996-98 Thomas Lanahan, 1985 A.J. Wright, 2000-02 Matt Ryan, 2003-06 Mike Creighton, 2007-10 Edison Parzanese, 2011 Matt Miller, 2012-13 Kevin Campion, 1981 10 Bob Cozzie, 1982 Bob Carillo, 1983-85 Kevin O’Connor, 1986-89 Tom O’Brien, 1990 Will Sutton, 1991-93, 95 Dan Butler, 1995-98 Todd Ulrich, 1999-2001 Steve Clagett, 2002-04 Sean Dougherty, 2005-08 Bobby Smith, 2009-12 David Miller, 2013 Steve Hoey, 1981 11 Chuck Calderaro, 1982 Joe Franklin, 1983-86 Jeff Glazier, 1987-89 Tom Duane 1990 Kevin Murphy, 1991-94 Alex Cade, 1995-98 Mike Adams, 1999-01 Stewart Crosland, 2002-05 Brannon Halvorsen, 2006-07 Neal Hicks, 2008-10 Pat Cotter, 2011-13 Tom Pace, 1982-83 12 Bob Winn, 1984-85 Doug Spencer, 1986-89 Ed Lamb, 1990-93 Mike Maroney, 1994-96 Paul Chen, 1996-97

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Andy Santoriello, 1998-01 Paul Cappelli, 2002-04 Dave Caperna, 2005-06 Grant Krebs, 2007-10 Westy Hopkins, 2011-13 Tom Pace, 1984 William Veranka, 1985 Eamon McAnaney, 1989-91 Chris Bury, 1992-95 Laurence Galli, 1996-99 Matt Howell, 2001-03 Brandon Schultheis, 2004-06 Kelly McKenna, 2007-10 Tyler Brenneman, 2011-13 Kevin Quigley, 1981 Mike McCusker, 1982 Tony Rettino, 1983-86 Mike Quigley 1987 Mike Sennett, 1988 Chris Nelson, 1989-92 Kevin Lynyak, 1993-95 Jimmy Keenan, 1996-98 Tom Glatzel, 1999-01 Frank Matarazzo, 2002-03 Anson Fraser, 2005-08 Taylor Tripucka, 2009 Michael Rogers, 2011-12 Ryan Smith, 2013 Rick Wozniak, 1983 Joe Zonies, 1984 Ed Phillips, 1985 Rob Lynn, 1987-90 Mike Moser, 1991 Kevin Mahoney, 1993 Doug Burns, 1994-96 Mike Shulof, 1997 Connor Pett, 1998 Brian Larimer, 1999 Travis Wells, 2000 Mike Fries, 2001-03 Matt Malakoff, 2004-05 Kevin Cullinane, 2006-09 Matt Ciambella, 2010 Ryan Foley, 2011-13 Dave Lewis, 1981-82 Mike Rice,1983-86 Jim Boylan, 1987 Mark Brady, 1988 Randy Colley, 1991-92 Rob Tobin, 1993 Ben Harries, 1994 Ned Webster, 1995 Ben Savage, 1996-99 Keith Parendo, 2000 Brian Flatley, 2002 Steve Panos, 2003-06 Regis McDermott, 2007-09 Steve Murphy, 2010-13 Bob Durgin, 1981 Joe Hart, 1982-85 John Burtis 1986-88 Tom Carroll, 1991-93 Billy Gilfillan, 1994-96 Jeff Bolyard, 1996-97 Steve Bishko, 1998-01 Chris Richez, 2002 Matt Karweck, 2003-06 Matt Ciambella, 2007-08

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Patrick Maloney, 2009-11 Will Corrigan, 2012-13 Rich Wickel, 1981-82 18 Greg Bellon, 1982-84 John McLachlan, 1985 Kevin Cullinan 1986-87 Eamon McAnaney, 1988 Kevin Patrick, 1989 Chad Clay, 1992 Owen Knott, 1994 Steve Fiamingo, 1997-00 John Mulfur, 2001-02 Drew Peters, 2003-06 Brett Vecchio, 2007 Patrick Maloney, 2008 Sean Rogers, 2009-13 John Murphy, 1981 19 John Wilson, 1982-85 John Flickinger, 1986 Mike Stevens 1987 Pete Gillin, 1988, 90-91 Billy Gallagher, 1992 Mark Hexamer, 1993 Tim Kearney 1994 Burke Hayes, 1996-98 John Harvey, 1999 Kurt MacLaurin, 2000 Travis Wells, 2001-03 Frank Matarazzo, 2004-05 Davey Melera, 2006-09 Tyler Kimball, 2010-13 Chuck Neff, 1981 20 Kevin Rooney, 1982-85 Jeff Salamon, 1987, 89-90 John Kennedy, 1988 John Titterton, 1989 Dan Gutrich, 1992 Bill Hogan, 1994-95 Mike Pfeffer, 1997-98, 2000-01 Sean Quigley, 2005 Regis McDermott, 2006 Sean Callinan, 2007-08 Ryan Alexander, 2010 Nick Ossello, 2012-13 Tracy Cotter, 1981-83 21 Scott Brenton, 1984-85 Mark Rizzieri, 1986-88 Scott Musa, 1989-92 Steve Manley, 1993-94 Mike Seaman, 1995-98 Chad DeBolt, 1999-02 D.J. Driscoll 2003-05 Bill Delaney, 2006 Jake Marmul, 2008-11 Logan Connolly, 2012-13 William Shay, 1982-85 22 Warren Sanger, 1986 Brendan Max, 1987 Steve Manley, 1991-1992 Billy Gallagher, 1993 Anthony Reid, 1995-1996 Mike Quigley, 1988-90 Dave Rubano, 1998-2000 Hani Rimlawi, 2001 Nick Petcoff, 2002-04 Taylor Clagett, 2005 Will Yeatman, 2007-08 Devon Dobson, 2009-12 Jack Near, 2013


ALL-TIME NUMBERS

Fighting Irish James Calcagini, 1984 23 Frank O’Brien 1985-87 Brian Schirf, 1989-92 Andy Scollan, 1993-96 Brian Flatley, 1999-00 Eric Simon, 2001-03 Ryan Cunn, 2004-07 Taylor Clagett, 2008 Pat Cotter, 2010 Matt Miller, 2011 Connor McCollough, 2012-13 Don Gayhardt, 1984 24 Thomas Lanahan, 1986-88 Doug Murray, 1989-92 Brian Erickson, 1993-96 Adam Sargent, 1997 Eric Keppeler, 2009-12 Kyle Runyon, 2013 Art Brady, 1986-88 25 Steve Linehan, 1981-82 Dan Burns, 1982-85 Brian Sapp, 1983 Matt Umscheid, 1990-91 Marc Pasquale, 1992-94 Adam Sargent, 1995 Ray Cross, 1996-99 Joe Nejman, 2000 Kyle Frigon, 2001-03 John Greaney, 2004-05 Chip Lanser, 2007-10 Brian Buglione, 2011-13 Sean Corscadden, 1981-83 26 Jim Shields, 1984-87 Brian Mayglothing, 1990-92 Anthony Reid, 1994 Sean Meehan, 1996-99 John Souch, 2000 Timothy Brooks Hartnett, 2001-02 Brian Hubschmann, 2003-07 Dan Scolaro, 2008 Matt Ciambella, 2009 Ryan Foley, 2010 Jim Marlatt, 2011-12 Conor Kelly, 2013 Steve Pearsall, 1981 27 Kevin Smith, 1981-84 John Burtis 1985 David Kidder, 1986-88 Lance Scott, 1989 Tom Carroll, 1990 Billy Ahmuty, 1991-94 Todd Rassas, 1995-98 Chris Fallon, 1999-02 Craig Bishko, 2003-05 Ryan Hoff, 2006-09 Tyler Andersen, 2010-13 Mike Quinn, 1981-84 28 Steve Tomasso, 1986 Mark Macheca 1991 Todd Bialous, 1992-96 Ken Yanicky, 1997 Rick Aznar-Beane, 1998 Dan Berger, 2001-02 Brian Boyle, 2004 Michael Podgajny, 2005 Neal Hicks, 2007 Zach Brenneman, 2008-11 Conor Doyle, 2012-13

David Maloney, 1982-83 Chris Wilson, 1984 John Krueger, 1985 John Olmstead, 1986-89 Mark Macheca 1990 Mark Hexamer, 1991-92 Tim Zaino, 1993 Pete Snyder, 1995 Sean Erickson, 1997-99 Brennan Creaney, 2001 Dan Straka, 2002-04 Alex Wharton, 2005-08 Ben Ashenburg, 2009 Andy Will, 2010-13 Dan Charhut, 1981 Jamie Engels, 1982 Dwayne Hicks, 1983-85 Jim Fallon, 1986-87 Chip Lonsdale, 1990-93 Jimmy Keenan, 1995 Mike Adams, 1998 Devin Ryan, 1999 Kevin Dugan, 2000-01 Matt Malakoff, 2002-03 Joey Rallo, 2004 Dan Scolaro, 2005-07 David Earl, 2008 Jake Brems, 2009-12 Edwin Glazener, 2013 Maurice Beshlian, 1981 Brian McHugh, 1987-90 Jeff Taddeo, 1991-92 Billy Gilfillan, 1993 Dave Cashen, 1994-97 Taylor Matthews, 2002-05 D.J. Driscoll, 2006 Bill Delaney, 2007 Colin Igoe, 2008-11 Liam O’Connor, 2012-13 William Zoccola, 1981 John Sullivan, 1982 Justin Driscoll, 1983 Mark Steranka, 1984 John Capano, 1988-91 Mark Carolin, 1992 Bill Leisen, 1993 A.J. Wright, 1999 Eric Simon, 2000 Chris Masterson, 2001-04 John Duffy, 2005-07 Sam Barnes, 2008-11 Henry Williams, 2012-13 Steve Pearsall, 1982-84 John McNicholas, 1985-88 Mike Stevens, 1989-90 Robbie Snyder, 1991-94 Jason Pett, 1995 Aaron McCann, 1998-99 Andrew Coleman, 2001-02 Chris Jarvis, 2003 Ross Zimmerman, 2005-08 David Earl, 2009-11 Ryan Mix, 2012-13 Carl Lunblad, 1981 William Veranka, 1983 Dick Milone, 1984, 86-87 Warren Sanger, 1988-1989 Pete Senger, 1990-93

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Todd Ulrich, 1998 Nick Petcoff, 2001 Craig Bishko, 2002 Jim Morrison, 2003-05 Michael Podgajny, 2006-08 Jim Walters, 2009-10 Donald Keough, 2011 Trevor Brosco, 2013 John Walsh, 1983-84 Joe Minutoli, 1990-91 Mike Iorio, 1992-95 Stephen Sepeta, 1996-99 Bill Bonde, 1981-82 Randy McDonald, 1985-88 Mike Hagerty, 2002-05 John Greaney, 2006-07 Kevin Ridgway, 2008-11 Will Gilmartin, 2012 Thomas Stephan, 2013 Steve Cloud, 1982-85 Andy Oatway, 1985-87 Mike Livingston, 1990-91 Mike Maroney, 1993 Mike O’Connor, 1994 Dave Notarangelo, 1995 John Harvey, 1998 David Bone, 2000 Steve Clagett, 2001 Brian Giordano, 2002-05 Taylor Clagett, 2006-07 Dan Schmitt, 2008-10 Ryan Mix, 2011 Kyle Runyon, 2012 Adam Goins, 2013 John Walsh, 1982 Jim Fallon, 1984-85 John Sullivan, 1987 Dave Barnard, 1988-91 Greg Glenday, 1993 Jason Pett, 1992, 94 Burke Hayes, 1995 David Biddison, 1996-99 Timothy Brooks Hartnett, 2000 Will Shearer, 2002 Brandon Schulteis, 2003 J.R. Stahl, 2004-05 Ryan Alexander, 2009 Matt Miller, 2010 Stephen O’Hara, 2011 William Veranka, 1982 Tom Calcagnini, 1984 Tom Fredericks, 1985 Mark Healy, 1986 Mike Brennan, 1987 Kevin Patrick, 1990-91 Pete Synder, 1992-94 Keith Parendo, 1999 William Sullivan, 2003 Jim Morrison, 2002 John Duffy, 2004 Nicholas Beattie, 2009-10 John Scioscia, 2011 Jack Near, 2012 Eddy Lubowicki, 2013 Brian Sapp, 1982 Mark English, 1983 David Maloney, 1984 Kevin Cullian 1985

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Joe Mattio, 1990 Kevin Lynyan, 1992 Jamie Bauersmith, 1995 Matt Leisen, 1999-02 James Severin, 2004 Kevin Randall, 2009-12 Dave Roop, 1982 Mike Sennett, 1989-91 Ryan Jewell, 1992-95 David Ulrich, 1998 Mickey Blum, 2001-04 Sam Barnes, 2007 Brant Howell, 2008-10 Dan Schmitt, 2011 Andrew Gleason, 2012 Tom Regan, 1982 Brian Flatley, 1998 Paul Cappelli, 2001 William Sullivan, 2004 Taylor Tripucka, 2008 Michael Rogers, 2009 Quinn Cully, 2010-13 Dave Rubano, 1997 Tom Glatzel, 1998 John Doughtery, 1999 Owen Mulford, 2001-04 Scott Rodgers, 2006-10 Matthew Collins, 2011-13 Tim Wolf, 1982 Chris Young, 1998-2001 Collin Fatti, 2002 Brennan Halvorsen, 2004-05 Sloan Smith, 2006-08 Andrew Gleason, 2009-11 Matt Landis, 2013 Adam Sargent, 1996 Kevin Higgins, 1997-2000 Stewart Crossland, 2001 Tyler Krummenacher, 2002-05 Peter Christman, 2006-09 Ben Ashenburg, 2010-12 Bobby Gray, 2013 Bob Trocchi, 1983-85 Dave Carey, 1987-90 Owen Asplundh, 1999 Mike Fries, 2000 Kevin Schoneck, 2002 Daniel Hickey, 2003-06 Max Pfeifer, 2010-12 Cole Riccardi, 2013 Sloan Smith, 2005 Brendan Moore, 2007-11 Kyle Trolley, 2013 Bill Liva, 2004 Dave Caperna, 2007-08 Connor Greissing, 2009 Michael Shepardson, 2011 Liam O’Connor, 2011 Jack Sheridan, 2013 Chris Prevoznik, 2011 Andrew Larrabee, 2013 Lucius Polk, 2004-07 Andrew Irving, 2008-11 Ryan Smith, 2012 Matt Kavanagh, 2013

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YEARLY RESULTS

Fighting Irish

1983

1986

(6-7, MLA: 5-4)

(9-4, GLC: 5-1, MLA: 7-2) MLA Great Lakes Conference Champions

Coach: Rich O’Leary Captains: Sean Corscadden, Tracy Cotter, Dan Pace 3/13 Yale A L 5 17 3/19 Duke A L 5 13 H W 15 5 3/26 Kenyon + 3/27 Lake Forest H W 15 7 4/2 C.W. Post A L 6 15 A L/ot 10 11 4/6 Ohio State + 4/9 Mt. Union + H W 28 4 A W 7 6 4/12 Michigan State + 4/16 Ohio Wesleyan + H L 12 14 H W 18 1 4/19 Wittenberg + 4/21 Wooster + A L 16 22 A L 10 11 4/23 Denison + 4/30 Oberlin + H W 19 2

1984 (9-3, MLA: 8-1) MLA Champions

Attackman Joe Franklin was the top offensive player in the first decade of Notre Dame varsity lacrosse, finishing his career in 1986 with 119 goals and 42 assists.

1981 (6-6, MLA: 5-5)

Coach: Rich O’Leary Captains: Moe Beshlian, Carl Lunblad, Tim Michels A W 17 5 3/14 Radford 3/20 Morgan State A L/ot 12 13 4/3 Ohio Wesleyan + H L 5 17 H L 4 16 4/5 Denison + 4/8 Michigan State + A W 12 4 A W 6 5 4/11 Wooster + 4/16 Ohio State + H L 6 9 H L 9 10 4/18 Ashland + 4/22 Michigan State + H W 8 5 4/25 Kenyon + H W/ot 10 9 4/30 Ohio State + A L 9 10 5/2 Ashland + A W 16 12

1982 (9-6, MLA: 7-3) MLA University Division Champions

Coach: Rich O’Leary Captains: Dave Lewis, Mike Lynch 3/15 Georgetown 3/17 Mt. St. Mary’s 3/20 Loyola 3/21 Ohio State (Baltimore, Md.) 3/31 Michigan State + 4/3 Ohio Wesleyan + 4/8 Ashland + 4/10 Wooster + 4/15 Ohio State + 4/17 Kenyon + 4/21 Denison + 4/24 Ashland + 4/28 Ohio State + 5/1 Michigan State + 5/9 Denison (MLA Championship)

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A W 17 8 A L 4 14 A L 10 27 N W 14 10 A A H H A H H A H H A

W L W W L W L W W W L

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4 12 7 6 14 8 15 9 13 7 19

Coach: Rich O’Leary Captains: Steve Pearsall, Mike Quinn, Kevin Smith 3/21 Duke A L 5 8 A L 6 16 3/23 William & Mary 3/25 Georgetown A W 11 5 3/31 Kenyon + A W 17 7 4/4 Lake Forest + A W 11 5 A L 5 12 4/7 Ohio Wesleyan + 4/10 Mt. Union + A W 15 0 H W 11 6 4/14 Wooster + 4/18 Wittenberg + A W 23 4 H W 12 11 4/25 Denison + 4/28 Ohio State + H W 17 4 H W 11 10 5/5 Michigan State +

1985 (9-7, GLC: 5-0, MLA: 7-2) MLA Great Lakes Conference Champions

Coach: Rich O’Leary Captains: Justin Shay, Bob Trocchi 3/18 Vermont 3/21 Duke 3/23 Loyola 3/24 New Hampshire (Baltimore, Md.) 3/27 Lake Forest + 3/30 Kenyon ~ 4/3 Radford 4/6 Holy Cross 4/8 Stony Brook 4/10 Mt. Union + 4/13 Wooster ~ 4/20 Denison ~ 4/27 Ohio Wesleyan ~ 4/28 Wittenberg + 5/1 Ohio State + 5/4 Michigan State +

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A W 8 6 A L 4 18 A L 7 13 N L 3 12 H W 9 2 H W 14 8 H W 11 7 A L 7 8 A L/ot 12 13 H W 23 2 A W 15 10 A L 9 16 H L 4 16 H W 18 3 A W 10 4 A W 15 5

Coach: Rich O’Leary Captains: Tom Grote, Mike Rice 3/14 VMI 3/26 Washington & Lee 3/28 Radford 3/31 William & Mary 4/5 Wooster ~ 4/11 Mt. Union + 4/12 Kenyon ~ 4/15 Lake Forest + 4/19 Denison ~ 4/25 Wittenberg + 4/26 Ohio Wesleyan ~ 4/30 Ohio State + 5/3 Michigan State +

A W 15 9 A L 9 13 A W 9 6 A L 3 12 H W 11 7 A W 17 6 A W 11 7 A W 7 6 H W 14 11 A W 11 6 A L 5 17 H W 13 9 H L 11 12

1987 (6-5, GLC: 3-1, MLA: 4-3)

Coach: Rich O’Leary Captains: Dave O’Neill, Wally Stack 3/16 Radford 3/18 Washington & Lee 3/21 Villanova (Long Island, N.Y.) 3/28 Colgate (Geneva, N.Y.) 4/11 Kenyon ~ 4/15 Lake Forest + 4/18 Denison ~ 4/25 Ohio Wesleyan ~ 4/26 Wittenberg + 4/29 Michigan State + 5/2 Ohio State +

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1988 (10-4, GLC: 3-1, MLA: 5-3) MLA Great Lakes Conf. Tri-Champions

Coach: Rich O’Leary Captains: Tom Lanahan, John McNicholas, Art Brady 3/15 Colorado College A W 10 7 3/17 Air Force A L 8 14 3/29 Colorado N W 15 3 (Colorado Springs, Colo.) 3/26 Wooster ~ H W 14 4 3/29 Michigan A W 17 7 4/1 Lake Forest A W 11 6 4/9 Kenyon ~ A W/ot 7 6 4/13 Lake Forest + H W 11 7 4/19 Denison ~ H L 6 14 A W 14 6 4/21 Wittenberg + 4/23 Ohio Wesleyan ~ A L 1 17 4/27 Michigan State + H W 10 7 4/30 Ohio State + H L 4 6


YEARLY RESULTS

Fighting Irish

1989

1992

1995

(7-6, GLC: 1-2, MLA: 4-3)

(10-5, GLC: 2-1, MLA: 4-1) NCAA Tournament First Round Great Lakes Conference Champions

(9-5, GWLL: 4-0) NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist GWLL Champions

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: John Olmstead, Kevin O’Connor, Doug Spencer 3/8 Stony Brook A L 7 8 3/11 Georgetown N L 7 9 (Hempstead, N.Y.) 3/18 Penn State A L 1 9 3/19 Lehigh N W 10 8 (State College, Pa.) 3/25 Hartford H W 17 4 3/29 Air Force H W 10 7 4/1 Wooster ~ A W 8 7 4/8 Kenyon ~ H W 14 7 4/12 Lake Forest + A W 14 1 4/15 Denison ~ A W 8 5 4/22 Ohio Wesleyan ~ H L 5 18 4/26 Michigan State + A L 7 9 4/29 Ohio State + A L 5 7

1990 (9-7, GLC: 3-0, MLA: 5-2) NCAA Tournament First Round Great Lakes Conference Champions

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Dave Carey, Mike Quigley 3/3 Canisius 3/6 Radford 3/10 Villanova 3/17 Loyola (3) 3/18 Adelphi (Baltimore, Md.) 3/24 Wooster ~ 3/30 Air Force (San Diego, Calif.) 3/31 San Diego St. 4/4 Kenyon ~ 4/7 Denison ~ 4/10 Lake Forest + 4/14 Cornell (16) 4/21 Ohio Wesleyan ~ 4/28 Ohio State + 5/2 Michigan State + 5/16 (17) Harvard (5) (NCAA Tournament 1st Round)

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1991 (7-7, GLC: 2-1, MLA: 4-2)

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Doug Murray, Chris Nelson, Brian Schirf, Mike Sullivan 3/1 St. Bonaventure H W 23 4 3/7 Villanova N L 10 14 (Philadelphia Lacrosse Classic - F ranklin Field) 3/11 UMBC A L 7 13 3/14 Georgetown A L 6 10 3/18 Lake Forest H W 26 3 H W 12 9 3/28 Hofstra (19) 3/31 Ohio Wesleyan ~ A W 11 5 4/4 Denison ~ H W 17 5 4/11 Mt. St. Mary’s H W 13 3 4/13 Stony Brook H W 14 3 4/18 Air Force + A W 15 10 4/20 Denver A W 25 4 4/25 Ohio State + H W 12 6 5/1 Michigan State + H L 13 14 5/10 Johns Hopkins (5) A L 7 15 (NCAA Tournament 1st Round)

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Dave Barnard, Eamon McAnaney, Mike Sennett 3/2 Canisius H W 14 8 3/9 Hofstra (16) A L 5 10 3/13 Radford N W 13 7 (Charlottesville, Va.) 3/16 Mt. St. Mary’s A L 9 12 3/23 Loyola (3) H L 4 20 3/27 Air Force H W 14 8 3/30 Villanova H L 9 15 4/6 Denison ~ A W 15 10 4/13 Cornell (15) H L 3 10 4/16 Wooster ~ A W 13 7 H L 9 14 4/20 Ohio Wesleyan ~ 4/23 Lake Forest + A W 18 4 4/27 Ohio State + A W 11 7 5/4 Michigan State + A L 8 10

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1996 (9-4, GWLL: 4-0) NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Champions

(11-3, GLC: 3-0, MLA: 3-1) NCAA Tournament First Round Great Lakes Conference Champions

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Ed Lamb, Chris Parent, Bo Perriello 2/27 Canisius H W 21 5 3/6 Hofstra A W 9 8 3/11 Mt. St. Mary’s A W 15 11 3/13 New Hampshire N W 17 7 3/20 UMBC (19) H W 16 4 3/27 (16) Hobart H W/ot 15 14 3/29 (16) Butler H W 22 11 4/3 (14) Georgetown (15) H W 13 10 4/9 (12) Duke (9) A L 7 13 4/15 (16) Air Force + H W 12 9 4/17 (16) Ohio Wesleyan ~ H L 8 13 4/24 (16) Ohio State + A W 11 7 5/1 (16) Michigan State + A W 13 11 5/15 (15) Virginia (5) A L 9 19

1994

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Todd Bialous, Brian Erickson, Greg Glenday 3/2 (12) Loyola (6) H L 3/9 (16) UMBC N W 3/12 (15) Villanova A W 3/16 (15) Air Force + A W 3/23 (12) Butler + A W 3/30 (12) Hobart (15) A W/ot 4/6 (11) Harvard (12) A W/ot 4/8 (11) Dartmouth (20) A W 4/13 (7) North Carolina (5) H L 4/20 (6) Massachusetts (15) H L 4/27 (11) Michigan State + H W 5/4 (11) Ohio State + H W 5/12 (11) Johns Hopkins (9) N L (NCAA Tournament 1st Round; Annapolis, Md.)

7 14 8 13 11 6 7 14 10 5 12 13 7

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1997 (9-3, GWLL: 3-0) NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Champions

(10-2, GWLL: 3-0) NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Champions

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Billy Ahmuty, Randy Colley, Will Sutton 2/27 (17) Penn State (17) H W 3/9 (17) Rutgers (15) A W/ot 3/12 (17) Georgetown (12) A L 3/19 (17) New Hampshire H W N W 4/2 (16) Hobart (Albany, N.Y.) 4/4 (16) Canisius A W 4/9 (16) Adelphi H W 4/12 (15) Butler A W 4/16 (15) Air Force + A W 4/23 (15) Ohio State + H W 4/29 (16) Michigan State + H W* 5/14 (14) Virginia (5) A L (NCAA Tournament 1st Round)

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Randy Colley, Billy Gallagher, Mike Iorio 2/26 (17) Penn State (16) A 3/5 (17) North Carolina (7) A A 3/12 (17) UMBC 3/14 (17) Princeton (4) N 3/19 (17) Villanova H 3/26 (17) Hobart (18) H 4/1 (17) Butler + H 4/8 (17) Harvard (15) H 4/13 (14) Air Force + H 4/22 (11) Massachusetts (14) A 4/29 (14) Michigan State + A 5/6 (13) Ohio State + A 5/13 (15) Duke (5) A (NCAA Tournament 1st Round) 5/20 (15) Maryland (4) A (NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal)

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14 16 18 20 19 12 4

7 15 10 8 10 11 23

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Alex Cade, Dave Cashen,Will DeRiso, Jimmy Keenan 2/28 (14) Penn State (16) A W 9 3/11 (14) Delaware A W 15 3/15 (15) Loyola (13) A L 11 3/22 (14) Dartmouth H W 15 3/29 (14) Hobart (12) H W/ot 10 H W 10 4/4 (13) Hofstra (4) 4/9 (8) Butler (19) + H W 13 4/17 (9) Air Force + H W 9 4/20 (9) Massachusetts (11) A L 5 4/27 (10) Harvard (16) H W 13 5/3 (9) Ohio State + A W 20 5/11 (9) Loyola (6) N L 5 (NCAA Tournament 1st Round; Towson, Md.)

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2001

2004

(5-7, GWLL: 2-1)

(14-2, GWLL: 5-0) NCAA Tournament Semifinalist GWLL Champions

(7-5, GWLL: 4-1)

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Alex Cade, Burke Hayes, Jimmy Keenan, Todd Rassas 3/1 (13) Penn State (14) H W 14 3/8 (9) Denver N W 12 A W 12 3/9 (9) Air Force + 3/14 (11) Loyola (10) N L 8 3/21 (13) Rutgers H L 12 N L 7 3/28 (18) Hobart (15) 4/2 (19) Ohio State + H W 12 A L 5 4/5 (19) Butler (15) + 4/11 (20) Georgetown (12) A L 7 H L 7 4/19 Massachusetts (10) 4/25 Harvard (17) A L 6 H W 8 5/2 Hofstra (9)

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1999 (8-6, GWLL: 3-1) NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Tri-Champions

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: David Biddison, Chris Dusseau 2/28 (19) Penn State (22) A L H W 3/5 (19) Denver + 3/7 (19) Air Force + H W A W 3/13 (19) Villanova 3/20 (17) Loyola (1) A L H W 3/27 (17) Hobart 3/30 (13) Butler (19) + H W A L/ot 4/3 (13)Hofstra (15) 4/10 (14) Georgetown (8) H L 4/14 (14) Ohio State + A L 4/17 (14) Army H W A W 4/24 (15) Massachusetts 5/1 (13) Harvard H W N L 5/16 (14) Georgetown (5) (NCAA Tournament 1st Round; Towson, Md.)

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2000 (10-4, GWLL: 5-0) NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist GWLL Champions

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Patrick Darcy, Steve Fiamingo, Kevin Higgins, Kirk Howell H W 10 4 2/27 (14) Penn State (13) 3/4 (12) Pennsylvania A L 7 10 3/11 (15) Denver + A W 12 8 3/13 (14) Air Force + A W 10 6 3/18 (14) Loyola (3) H L 2 12 3/26 (13) Hofstra (12) H L 7 8 4/1 (15) Ohio State + H W 13 4 4/8 (14) Butler + A W 12 11 4/15 (13) Army (17) A W 10 5 H W 17 9 4/19 (12) Villanova 4/22 (12) Fairfield + H W 20 12 A W 11 10 4/30 (12) Harvard 5/14 (13) Loyola (5) N W 15 13 (NCAA Tournament 1st Round; Baltimore, Md.) 5/21 (13) Johns Hopkins (4) A L 11 15 (NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal; Baltimore, Md.)

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Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Mike Adams, Kirk Howell, Tom Glatzel, David Ulrich 2/25 (11) Penn State (18) A W 10 3/4 (10) Pennsylvania H W 10 A W 9 3/9 (7) Rutgers (18) 3/14 (6) Virginia (7) A W 11 3/18 (6) Loyola (5) A W 10 A L/ot 10 3/24 (2) Hofstra 4/1 (t7) Ohio State + A W 13 H W 16 4/7 (7) Denver + 4/9 (6) Air Force + H W 13 H W 17 4/14 (6) Army 4/18 (5) Butler + H W 12 A W 12 4/22 (5) Fairfield + 4/28 (3) Harvard H W 16 5/13 (4) Bucknell (10)* N W 12 (NCAA Tournament 1st Round; West Point, N.Y.) 5/20 (4) Johns Hopkins (3) N W 13 (NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal; College Park, Md.) N L 5 5/26 (4) Syracuse (2) (NCAA Tournament Semifinal; Piscataway, N.J.)

8 8 4 8 7 11 4 6 2 13 3 5 4 7 9 12

2002 (5-8, GWLL: 4-1) GWLL Co-Champions

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Chad DeBolt, John Flandina, Devin Ryan, A.J. Wright 2/24 (11) Penn State (16) H L/ot 9 10 3/2 (11)Pennsylvania A L 6 7 H W 11 6 3/9 (20) Rutgers 3/12 (19) Virginia (4) A L 5 7 3/16 (19) Loyola (3) H L/2ot 6 7 3/23 (18) Hofstra (12) H L 5 15 3/30 Denver + A W 15 8 4/2 Air Force + A W 9 3 4/7 Butler + A W 12 8 4/13 (20) Army A L 8 11 4/21 Fairfield + H L 10 11 4/27 Harvard A L/ot 6 7 5/4 Ohio State (19) + H W 7 3

2003 (9-5, GWLL: 4-1) GWLL Tri-Champions

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Steve Clagett, Eric Simon, John Souch, Travis Wells A W 10 2/23 (17) Penn State (16) 3/1 (17) Pennsylvania (23) H W 14 3/8 (11) North Carolina (12) A W 10 3/11 (9) Virginia (1) N L 8 (Alexandria, Va.) 3/15 (9) Loyola (11) H L 8 3/21 (11) Hofstra (t15) A L 8 3/23 (11) Hartford N W 17 (Hempstead, N.Y.) 3/30 (13) Denver + H W 9 4/6 (15) Ohio State (19) + A L 5 4/10 (20) Butler + H W 9 4/12 (20) Air Force + H W 13 4/19 (19) Fairfield + A W 14 4/26 (17) Harvard H W 16 5/3 (18) Maryland (4) H L 4

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Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: None 2/29 (11) Penn State (17) 3/11 (5) Syracuse (3) 3/14 (5) North Carolina (9) 3/20 (10) Loyola (16) 3/24 (15) Hofstra (13) 3/31 (13) Ohio State (17) + 4/4 (13) Dartmouth 4/9 (18) Air Force + 4/11 (18) Denver (17) + 4/15 (14) Butler + 4/18 (14) Fairfield + 5/1 (12) Maryland (3)

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2005 (7-4, GWLL: 3-2)

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Stewart Crosland, Brian Giordano, Jim Morrison, Chris Richez 3/2 (10) Penn State (21) A W 14 6 3/5 (9) Cornell (10) A L 10 11 3/12 (14) North Carolina (10) N W 9 7 (The First 4 Invitational/Carson, Calif.) 3/19 (9) Butler + H W 22 6 3/26 (9) Hofstra (13) A W/2ot 9 8 3/28 (9) Villanova A W 11 7 4/2 (9) Dartmouth (19) A L 9 10 4/7 (11) Denver + H L 6 9 4/10 (11) Air Force + H W/ot 14 13 4/17 (14) Fairfield (20) + A L 11 12 4/29 Ohio State +A W 16 5

2006 (10-5, GWLL: 3-2) NCAA Tournament First Round

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: D.J. Driscoll, Drew Peters 2/26 (12) Penn State (14) 3/4 (12) Cornell (8) (Lisle, Ill.) 3/11 (12) North Carolina 3/14 (11) Villanova 3/18 (11) Bellarmine 3/25 (11) Hofstra (5) 3/29 (11) Brown 4/2 (11) Dartmouth 4/8 (8) Butler + 4/14 (9) Denver (18) + 4/16 (9) Air Force + 4/23 (17) Lehigh (Washington, D.C.) 4/29 (15) Ohio State + 5/6 (15) Quinnipiac + 5/13 (15) Virginia (1) (NCAA Tournament 1st Round)

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2007 (11-4, GWLL: 5-0) NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Champions

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Brian Hubschmann, Joey Kemp, Bill Liva 2/17 (11) Loyola (13) H W 2/25 (11) Penn State A W 3/3 (8) Cornell (4) N L (Hewlett, N.Y.) 3/10 (14) North Carolina (15) A L 3/13 (16) Drexel (19) A W 3/17 (16) Dartmouth A L 3/20 (19) Bellarmine + H W 3/31 (17) Brown A W 4/3 (13) Villanova H W 4/13 (11) Air Force + H W 4/15 (11) Denver + H W 4/21 (11) Lehigh H W 4/28 (10) Ohio State (20)+ A W 5/5 (8) Quinnipiac + A W 5/12 (9) Johns Hopkins (5)* A L/ot (NCAA Tournament 1st Round)

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2008 (14-3, GWLL: 4-1)

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Joey Kemp, Alex Wharton 2/16 (5) Loyola (17) A W 7 2/24 (5) Penn State H W 15 H W 7 3/1 (6) Albany (13) 3/4 (5) Villanova A W 16 3/8 (5) North Carolina (4) A L 6 3/15 (7) Dartmouth N W 19 (Atlanta, Ga.) 3/25 (7) Drexel (11) H W 13 3/29 (7) Bellarmine+ A W 19 4/5 (7) Denver (19)+ N L 8 (Bridgeview, Ill.) H W 16 4/18 (10) Quinnipiac+ 4/20 (10) Lehigh A W 14 4/22 (7) Air Force+ A W 13 4/27 (7) Ohio State (9)+ H W 17 5/2 (6) Quinnipiac N W 10 (GWLL Semifinal; Birmingham, Mich.) 5/4 (6) Ohio State (10) N W 9 (GWLL Final; Birmingham, Mich.) 5/11 (5) Colgate (10) H W/ot 8 (NCAA Tournament 1st Round) 5/18 (5) Syracuse (3) N L 9 (NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal; Ithaca, N.Y.)2009

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2009 (15-1, GWLL: 5-0) NCAA Tournament First Round GWLL Regular-Season Champion GWLL Tournament Champion

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Peter Christman, Regis McDermott, Davey Melera, Scott Rodgers 2/14 (7) Loyola (17) N W 10 (Powder Springs, Ga.) A W 13 2/22 (8) Penn State 2/28 (8) Dartmouth H W 19 3/8 (7) North Carolina (3) H W 9

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3/12 3/21 3/25 3/31 4/4 4/11 4/18 4/19 4/25 5/1 5/3 5/10

(4) Bucknell N (Bethesda, Md.) (3) Vermont N (Dallas, Texas) (3) Bellarmine + H (3) Villanova H (3) Air Force + H (4) Denver + A (3) Quinnipiac + A (3) St. John’s H (3) Ohio State + A (2) Quinnipiac N (GWLL Semifinal; Birmingham, Mich.) (2) Ohio State N (GWLL Final; Birmingham, Mich.) (2) Maryland (13) H (NCAA Tournament 1st Round)

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2010 (10-7, BIG EAST: 2-4) NCAA Tournament Runner-Up

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Mike Creighton, Neal Hicks, Kelly McKenna, Scott Rodgers 2/20 (9) Duke (2) A W 11 7 2/28 (3) Penn State H W 12 8 3/6 (3) Loyola (10) N W 11 9 (Face-Off Classic; Baltimore, Md.) 3/9 (3) Drexel (20) A L/ot 6 7 3/13 (3) Fairfield N L 8 10 (Houston, Texas) 3/16 (9) Denver H W 14 7 3/20 (9) Ohio State H W/ot 7 6 3/27 (8) Rutgers+ H L 8 10 4/3 (15) Villanova+ (13) A L 8 9 4/11 (19) Georgetown+ (9) A L 8 11 4/17 Providence+ H W 11 3 4/24 (15) St. John’s+ A W 13 6 5/1 (12) Syracuse +(2) H L 6 12 5/16 (14) Princeton (6) A W 8 5 (NCAA Tournament 1st Round) 5/22 (14) Maryland (3) N W 7 5 (NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal; Princeton, N.J.) 5/29 (14) Cornell (7) N W 12 7 (NCAA Tournament Semifinal; Baltimore, Md.) 5/31 (14) Duke (5) N L/ot 5 6 (NCAA Tournament Final; Baltimore, Md.)

2011 (11-3, BIG EAST: 5-1) NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Zach Brenneman, David Earl, Kevin Ridgway, Andrew Irving 2/20 (6) Duke (5) N W 12 7 (Jacksonville, Fla.) 2/27 (3) Penn State A W 6 2 3/6 (4) Drexel (16) H W 11 7 3/12 (3) Denver (14) A W 10 9 3/23 (3) Ohio State (20) H W 8 7 3/27 (3) Rutgers+ A W 8 3 4/2 (2) Villanova+ (8) H W 12 8 4/10 (2) Georgetown+ H W 7 6 4/16 (2) St. John’s+ H W 10 7 4/23 (1) Providence+ A W 14 3 4/30 (1) Syracuse (4)+ A L 8 11 5/6 (3) North Carolina (12) A L/ot 8 9 5/14 (4) Penn (16) H W 13 6 (NCAA Tournament 1st Round) 5/22 (4) Duke (5) N L 5 7 (NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal; Foxboro,ugh Mass.)

2012 (13-3, BIG EAST: 6-0) NCAA Tournament Semifinalist BIG EAST Regular-Season Champion

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Nicholas Beattie, Max Pfeifer, Kevin Randall 2/18 (9) Duke (2) H W 2/26 (2) Penn State (20) H L/ot A W 3/3 (9) Drexel (18) 3/10 (7) Hofstra (19) A W/ot 3/18 (7) Denver (9) H W/3ot 3/21 (6) Ohio State A W 3/25 (6) Rutgers+ H W 4/1 (6) St. John’s+ N W (Big City Classic; East Rutherford, N.J.) H W 4/7 (6) Providence+ 4/15 (6) Georgetown+ A W 4/21 (4) Villanova (11)+ A W 4/28 (3) Syracuse (17)+ H W 5/3 (2) St. John’s N L (BIG EAST Semifinal; Villanova, Pa.) 5/13 (4) Yale (11) H W (NCAA Tournament 1st Round) N W 5/20 (4) Virginia (5) (NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal; Chester, Pa.) N L 5/26 (4) Loyola (1) (NCAA Tournament Semifinal; Foxborough, Mass.)

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2013 (11-5, BIG EAST: 4-2) NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist

Coach: Kevin Corrigan Captains: Quinn Cully, Ryan Foley, Matt Miller, Sean Rogers 2/16 (3) Duke (4) A W 13 2/24 (3) Penn State (8) A W/ot 10 3/2 (2) North Carolina (9) H W/3ot 10 3/9 (2) Hofstra (15) H L 7 3/16 (3) Denver (5) A W/ot 13 3/20 (3) Ohio State (8) H W 9 3/24 (3) Rutgers+ A W 7 3/30 (1) St. John’s+ (19) H L 10 4/2 (4) Marquette N W 17 (Loyola Academy; Wilmette, Ill.) 4/7 (4) Providence+ A W 13 4/14 (4) Georgetown+ H W 10 4/20 (2) Villanova+ (19) H W 13 4/27 (1) Syracuse+ (7) N L 4 (Big City Classic; East Rutherford, N.J.) 5/2 (5) Syracuse (3) N L 3 (BIG EAST Semifinal; Villanova, Pa.) H W 9 5/11 (2) Detroit (NCAA Tournament 1st Round) 5/19 (2) Duke (7) N L 11 (NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal; Indianapolis, Ind.)

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Against the Conferences

America East ACC BIG EAST CAA ECAC Great Western Independent (Div. I) Ivy League Metro Atlantic Patriot League

All-Time 9-3 13-22 17-9 24-14 44-33 77-15 3-6 21-14 8-2 11-2

Corrigan vs. 8-2 (8-2) 13-19 (13-19) 17-9 (17-9) 21-14 (21-14) 39-29 (38-29) 71-9 (71-9) 3-6 (3-6) 21-13 (21-13) 8-4 (7-1) 10-1 (10-1)

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Notre Dame and Ohio State have met every season since the Irish became a varsity program in 1981. Opponent Adelphi Air Force Albany Army Ashland Bellarmine Brown Bucknell Butler Canisius Colgate Colorado Colorado Coll. Colo. School/Mines Cornell C.W. Post Dartmouth Delaware Denison Denver Detroit Drexel Duke Fairfield Georgetown Guilford Hampden-Sydney Hartford Harvard Hobart Hofstra Holy Cross Johns Hopkins Kenyon Lake Forest Lehigh Loyola Lynchburg Marquette Maryland Massachusetts

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First Last Scoring Corrigan Game Game W-L ND Opp vs. 1990 1994 1-1 25 24 1-1 (1-1) 1988 2009 20-2 275 144 20-1 (20-1) 2008 2008 1-0 7 6 1-0 (1-0) 1999 2002 3-1 50 36 3-1 (3-1) 1981 1982 3-1 54 38 0-0 2006 2009 4-0 49 18 4-0 (4-0) 2006 2007 2-0 22 8 2-0 (2-0) 2001 2009 2-0 22 13 2-0 (2-0) 1993 2006 13-1 175 94 13-1 (13-1) 1990 1994 4-0 68 27 4-0 (4-0) 1987 2008 2-0 19 17 1-0 (1-0) 1988 1988 1-0 15 3 0-0 1988 1988 1-0 10 7 0-0 1988 1988 1-0 12 8 0-0 1990 2010 1-5 47 64 1-5 (1-5) 1983 1983 0-1 6 15 0-0 1996 2009 6-2 100 59 6-2 (6-2) 1997 1997 1-0 15 14 1-0 (1-0) 1981 1992 5-8 128 154 3-1 (3-1) 1992 2013 14-3 210 139 14-3 (14-3) 2013 2013 1-0 9 7 1-0 (1-0) 2007 2012 4-1 52 30 4-1 (4-1) 1983 2013 5-7 97 109 5-3 (5-3) 2000 2010 4-3 91 61 4-3 (4-3) 1982 2013 6-7 121 128 5-8 (4-7) -- -- 0-0 0 0 1-1 (0-0) -- -- 0-0 0 0 0-2 (0-0) 1989 2003 2-0 34 7 2-0 (2-0) 1990 2003 7-3 102 79 7-3 (7-3) 1993 1999 6-1 70 62 6-1 (6-1) 1991 2013 7-8 131 138 7-8 (7-8) 1985 1985 0-1 7 8 0-0 1992 2007 1-4 48 62 1-4 (1-4) 1981 1990 10-0 131 71 2-0 (2-0) 1983 1992 11-0 146 53 4-0 (4-0) 1989 2008 4-0 48 24 4-0 (4-0) 1982 2012 6-14 151 250 6-12 (6-12) -- -- 0-0 0 0 2-0 (0-0) 2013 2013 1-0 17 5 1-0 (1-0) 1995 2010 1-4 33 45 1-4 (1-4) 1995 1999 1-4 35 39 1-4 (1-4)

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Opponent Michigan Michigan State Morgan State Mt. St. Mary’s Mt. Union New Hampshire New Haven North Carolina Oberlin Ohio State Ohio Wesleyan Pennsylvania Penn State Pfeiffer Potsdam Princeton Providence Quinnipiac Radford Roanoke Rutgers St. Bonaventure St. John’s St. Mary’s (Md.) San Diego State Stony Brook Syracuse UMBC Vermont Villanova Virginia VMI Virginia Tech Washington & Lee William & Mary Wittenberg Wooster Yale

First Last Scoring Corrigan Game Game W-L ND Opp vs. 1988 1988 1-0 17 7 0-0 1981 1996 13-5 189 147 5-3 (5-3) 1981 1981 0-1 12 13 0-0 1982 1993 2-2 41 40 2-3 (2-1) 1983 1986 4-0 83 12 0-0 1985 1994 2-1 34 23 2-0 (2-0) -- -- 0-0 0 0 1-1 (0-0) 1995 2013 5-6 98 102 5-6 (5-6) 1983 1983 1-0 19 2 0-0 1981 2013 29-9 442 277 23-4 (23-4) 1981 1993 1-12 85 188 1-5 (1-4) 2000 2011 3-2 50 36 3-2 (3-2) 1989 2013 15-5 206 156 11-3 (11-3) -- -- 0-0 0 0 1-0 (0-0) -- -- 0-0 0 0 0-1 (0-0) 1995 2010 1-1 12 11 1-1 (1-1) 2010 2013 4-0 47 15 4-0 (4-0) 2006 2009 6-0 76 34 6-0 (6-0) 1981 1991 6-0 72 36 2-0 (2-0) -- -- 0-0 0 0 0-2 (0-0) 1994 2013 6-2 75 58 6-2 (6-2) 1992 1992 1-0 23 4 1-0 (1-0) 2009 2013 4-2 65 41 4-2 (4-2) -- -- 0-0 0 0 1-1 (0-0) 1990 1990 1-0 18 10 1-0 (1-0) 1985 1992 1-2 19 21 1-1 (1-1) 2001 2013 1-7 56 90 1-7 (1-7) 1992 1996 3-1 48 23 3-1 (3-1) 1985 2009 2-0 21 13 1-0 (1-0) 1987 2013 12-5 188 142 12-3 (12-3) 1993 2012 2-5 57 93 2-5 (2-5) 1986 1986 1-0 15 9 1-1 (0-0) -- -- 0-0 0 0 2-0 (0-0) 1986 1987 0-2 19 26 0-0 1984 1986 0-2 9 28 0-2 (0-0) 1983 1988 6-0 109 21 0-0 1981 1991 9-1 118 82 3-0 (3-0) 1983 2012 1-1 18 24 1-0 (1-0)

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SERIES VS. OPPONENTS

Fighting Irish Note: Rank column has Notre Dame’s national ranking at time of game followed by opponent’s national ranking at time of game. * - NCAA Tournament; ^ - GWLL Tournament # - BIG EAST Tournament

Adelphi (1-1) H: 1-0/A: 0-0/N: 0-1

Date Site Score Rank 3-18-90 Baltimore, MD L 5-16 4-9-94 Notre Dame, IN W 16-15 16-

Air Force (20-2) H: 11-0/A: 8-2/N: 1-0 Date Site 3-17-88 Colo. Springs, CO L 3-29-89 Notre Dame, IN W 3-30-90 San Diego, CA W 3-27-91 Notre Dame, IN W 4-18-92 Colo. Springs, CO W 4-15-93 Notre Dame, IN W 4-16-94 Colo. Springs W 4-13-95 Notre Dame, IN W 3-16-96 Colo. Springs, CO W 4-17-97 Notre Dame, IN W 3-9-98 Colo. Springs, CO W 3-7-99 Notre Dame, IN W 3-13-00 Colo. Springs, CO W 4-9-01 Notre Dame, IN W 2-02 Colo. Springs, CO W 4-12-03 Notre Dame, IN W 4-9-04 Colo. Springs, CO W 4-10-05 Notre Dame, IN W-ot 4-16-06 Colo. Springs, CO L 4-13-07 Notre Dame, IN W 4-22-08 Colo. Springs, CO W 4-4-09 Notre Dame, IN W

Score Rank 8-14 10-7 12-11 14-8 15-10 12-9 1920-8 1516-5 1413-8 159-4 912-6 916-2 1910-6 1413-2 69-3 13-4 2012-2 1814-13 118-9 916-4 1113-5 710-4 3-

Albany (1-0) H: 1-0/A: 0-0/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-1-08 Notre Dame, IN W 7-6 6-13

Army (3-1) H: 2-0/A: 1-1/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-17-99 Notre Dame, IN W W 4-15-00 West Point, NY 4-14-01 Notre Dame, IN W L 4-13-02 West Point, NY

Colorado (1-0) Score Rank 15-7 1410-5 13-17 17-13 68-11 20-

Ashland (3-1) H: 1-1/A: 2-0/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-18-81 Notre Dame, IN L 5-2-81 Ashland, OH W 4-8-82 Notre Dame, IN W 4-24-82 Ashland, OH W

Score Rank 9-10 16-12 12-7 17-9

Bellarmine (4-0) H: 2-0/A: 2-0/N: 0-0 Date Site 3-18-06 Louisville, KY W 3-20-07 Notre Dame, IN W 3-29-08 Louisville, KY W 3-25-09 Notre Dame, IN W

Score Rank 8-2 1111-3 1919-7 711-6 3-

Brown (2-0) H: 1-0/A: 1-0/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-29-06 Notre Dame, IN W 11-5 11W 11-3 173-31-07 Providence, RI

Bucknell (2-0) Date Site Score Rank 5-13-01* West Point, NY W 12-7 4-10 3-12-09 Bethesda, MD W 10-6 4-

Butler (13-1) Score Rank 22-11 1618-10 157-4 1711-3 1213-10 8-19 5-6 19-15 8-7 13-19 12-11 1412-3 512-8 9-2 2015-5 1422-6 99-8 8-

Canisius (4-0) H: 3-0/A: 1-0/N: 0-0 Date Site 3-3-90 Notre Dame, IN W 3-2-91 Notre Dame, IN W 2-27-93 Notre Dame, IN W 4-4-94 Buffalo, NY W

Score Rank 19-7 14-8 21-5 14-7 16-

Colgate (2-0) H: 1-0/A: 0-0/N: 1-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-28-87 Geneva, NY W 11-10 5-11-08* Notre Dame, IN

W-ot

Colorado College (1-0) H: 0-0/A: 1-0/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-15-88 Colo. Springs, CO W 10-7

Colorado School of the Mines (1-0) H: 0-0/A: 1-0/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-13-88 Golden, CO W 12-8

Cornell (1-5) H: 0-1/A: 0-2/N: 1-2 Date Site 4-14-90 Ithaca, NY L L 4-13-91 Notre Dame, IN 3-5-05 Ithaca, NY L L 3-4-06 Benedictine, IL 3-3-07 Hewlett, NY L W 5-29-10* Baltimore, MD

Score Rank 8-14 -16 3-10 -15 10-11 9-10 6-9 12-8 8-13 8-4 12-7 14-7

C.W. Post (0-1) H: 0-0/A: 0-1/N: 0-0

Date Site Score Rank 4-2-83 Brookville, NY L 6-15

Dartmouth (6-2)

H: 0-0/A: 0-0/N: 2-0

H: 7-0/A: 6-1/N: 0-0 Date Site 3-29-93 Notre Dame, IN W 4-12-94 Indianapolis, IN W 4-1-95 Notre Dame, IN W 3-23-96 Indianapolis, IN W 4-9-97 Notre Dame, IN W 4-5-98 Indianapolis, IN L 3-30-99 Notre Dame, IN W 4-8-00 Indianapolis, IN W 4-18-01 Notre Dame, IN W 4-7-02 Indianapolis, IN W 4-10-03 Notre Dame, IN W 4-15-04 Indianapolis, IN W 3-19-05 Notre Dame, IN W 4-8-06 Indianapolis, IN W

H: 0-0/A: 0-0/N: 1-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-29-88 Colo. Springs, CO W 15-3

8-7

H: 4-0/A: 1-2/N: 1-0 Date Site -8-96 Hanover, NH W 3-22-97 Notre Dame, IN W 4-4-04 Notre Dame, IN W L 4-2-05 Hanover, NH 4-2-06 Notre Dame, IN W L 3-17-07 Hanover, NH 3-15-08 Atlanta, GA W 2-28-09 Notre Dame, IN W

Score Rank 14-13 11-20 15-5 1410-3 139-10 9-19 8-7 116-7 1619-7 719-7 8-

Delaware (1-0) H: 0-0/A: 1-0/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-11-97 Newark, DE W 15-14 14-

Denison (5-8) H: 3-4/A: 2-4/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-5-81 Notre Dame, IN L 4-21-82 Notre Dame, IN L 5-9-82 Granville, OH L 4-23-83 Granville, OH L 4-25-84 Notre Dame, IN W 4-20-85 Granville, OH L 4-19-86 Notre Dame, IN W 4-18-87 Granville, OH L 4-19-88 Notre Dame, IN L 4-15-89 Granville, OH W 4-7-90 Notre Dame, IN L 4-6-91 Granville, OH W 4-4-92 Notre Dame, IN W

Score Rank 4-16 10-15 9-19 10-11 12-11 9-16 14-11 8-14 6-14 8-5 6-7 15-10 17-5

8-7

Duncan Swezey netted four goals in Notre Dame’s 7-6 win over #13 Albany during the 2008 season.

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SERIES VS. OPPONENTS Denver (14-3) H: 6-1/A: 7-1/N: 1-1

Date 4-20-92 3-8-98 3-5-99 3-11-00 4-7-01 3-30-02 3-30-03 4-11-04 4-7-05 4-14-06 4-15-07 4-5-08 4-11-09 3-16-10 3-12-11 3-18-12 3-16-13

Site Denver, CO W Colo. Springs, CO W Notre Dame, IN W Denver, CO W Notre Dame, IN W Denver, CO W Notre Dame, IN W Denver, CO W Notre Dame, IN L Denver, CO L Notre Dame, IN W Bridgeview, IL L Denver, CO W (Invesco Field at Mile High) Notre Dame, IN W Denver, CO W Notre Dame, IN W-3ot Denver, CO W-ot (Invesco Field at Mile High)

Score Rank 25-4 12-7 917-9 1912-8 1516-6 715-8 9-8 1314-12 18-17 6-9 115-8 9-18 14-6 118-9 7-19 10-8 414-7 10-9 10-9 13-12

93-14 7-9 3-5

Detroit (1-0) H: 1-0/A: 0-0/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 5-11-13* Notre Dame, IN W 9-7 2-

Drexel (4-1) H: 2-0/A: 2-1/N: 0-0 Date Site 3-13-07 Philadelphia, PA W 3-25-08 Notre Dame, IN W 3-9-10 Philadelphia, PA L-ot 3-6-11 Notre Dame, IN W 3-3-12 Philadelphia, PA W

Score Rank 16-5 16-19 13-6 7-11 6-7 3-20 11-7 4-16 6-5 9-18

Duke (5-7) H: 1-0/A: 3-4/N: 1-3 Date Site 3-19-83 Durham, NC L 3-21-84 Durham, NC L 3-21-85 Durham, NC L 4-9-93 Durham, NC L 5-13-95* Durham, NC W 2-20-10 Durham, NC W 5-31-10* Baltimore, MD L-ot 2-20-11 Jacksonville, FL W 5-22-11* Foxborough, MA L 2-18-12 Notre Dame, IN W 2-16-13 Durham, NC W 5-19-13* Indianapolis, IN L

Score Rank 5-13 5-8 4-18 7-13 12-9 12-10 15-5 11-7 9-2 5-6 14-5 12-7 6-5 5-7 4-5 7-3 9-2 13-5 3-4 11-12 2-7

Fairfield (4-3) H: 2-1/A: 2-1/N: 0-1 Date Site 4-22-00 Notre Dame, IN W 4-22-01 Fairfield, CT W 4-21-02 Notre Dame, IN L 3-19-03 Fairfield, CT W 4-18-04 Notre Dame, IN W 4-17-05 Fairfield, CT L 3-13-10 Houston, TX L

Score Rank 20-12 1212-5 510-11 14-4 1916-7 1411-12 14-20 8-10 3-

Georgetown (6-7) H: 3-1/A: 3-4/N: 0-2 Date Site 3-15-82 Washington, DC W 3-25-84 Washington, DC W 3-11-89 Hempstead, NY L

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Score Rank 17-8 11-5 7-9

Fighting Irish 3-14-92 4-3-93 3-12-94 4-11-98 4-10-99 5-16-99 4-11-10 4-10-11 4-15-12 4-14-13

Washington, DC Notre Dame, IN Washington, DC Washington, DC Notre Dame, IN Towson, MD Washington, DC Notre Dame, IN Washington, DC Notre Dame, IN

L W L L L L L W W W

6-10 13-10 14-15 8-18 17-12 7-13 20-12 8-12 14-8 10-14 14-5 8-11 19-9 7-6 29-7 610-8 4-

Hartford (2-0) H: 1-0/A: 0-0/N: 1-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-25-89 Notre Dame, IN W 17-4 3-23-03 Hempstead, NY W 17-3 11-

Harvard (7-3) H: 5-0/A: 2-3/N: 0-0 Date Site 5-16-90* Cambridge, MA L 4-8-95 Notre Dame, IN W 4-6-96 Cambridge, MA W-ot 4-27-97 Notre Dame, IN W 4-25-98 Cambridge, MA L 5-1-99 Notre Dame, IN W 4-30-00 Cambridge, MA W 4-28-01 Notre Dame, IN W 4-27-02 Cambridge, MA L-ot 4-26-03 Notre Dame, IN W

Score Rank 3-9 17-5 15-10 17-15 7-6 11-12 13-5 10-16 6-9 -17 9-8 1311-10 1216-4 36-7 16-11 17-

Hobart (6-1) H: 4-0/A: 1-0/N: 1-1 Date Site 3-27-93 Notre Dame, IN W-ot 4-2-94 Albany, NY W 3-26-95 Notre Dame, IN W 3-30-96 Geneva, NY W-ot 3-29-97 Notre Dame, IN W-ot 3-28-98 Rochester, NY L 3-27-99 Notre Dame, IN W

Score Rank 15-14 1612-8 1610-7 17-18 6-5 12-15 10-9 14-12 7-11 18-15 10-8 17-

5-12-96* 5-21-00* 5-20-01* 5-12-07*

Annapolis, MD L 7-12 Baltimore, MD L 11-15 College Park, MD W 13-9 Baltimore, MD L-ot 10-11

Kenyon (10-0) H: 5-0/A: 5-0/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-25-81 Notre Dame, IN W-ot 4-17-82 Notre Dame, IN W 3-26-83 Notre Dame, IN W 3-31-84 Gambier, OH W 3-30-85 Notre Dame, IN W 4-12-86 Gambier, OH W 4-11-87 Gambier, OH W 4-9-88 Gambier, OH W 4-8-89 Notre Dame, IN W 4-4-90 Gambier, OH W

Loyola (6-14) H: 1-5/A: 3-6/N: 2-3 Date Site 3-20-82 Baltimore, MD L 3-23-85 Baltimore, MD L 3-17-90 Baltimore, MD L 3-23-91 Notre Dame, IN L 3-2-96 Notre Dame, IN L 3-15-97 Baltimore, MD L 5-11-97* Towson, MD L 3-14-98 Hempstead, NY L 3-20-99 Baltimore, MD L 3-18-00 Notre Dame, IN L 5-14-00* Baltimore, MD W 3-18-01 Baltimore, MD W 3-16-02 Notre Dame, IN L-ot 3-15-03 Notre Dame, IN L 3-20-04 Baltimore, MD L 2-17-07 Notre Dame, IN W 2-16-08 Baltimore, MD W 2-14-09 Powder Springs, GA W 3-6-10 Baltimore, MD W (M&T Bank Stadium) 5-26-12* Foxborough, MA L (Gillette Stadium)

Holy Cross (0-1)

Johns Hopkins (1-4) H: 0-0/A: 0-3/N: 1-1 Date Site Score Rank 5-10-92* Baltimore, MD L 7-15 -5

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Score Rank 15-7 11-5 9-2 7-6 10-4 11-6 11-7 14-1 22-8 18-4 26-3

Lehigh (4-0) H: 1-0/A: 1-0/N: 2-0 Date Site 3-19-89 University Park, PA W 4-23-06 Bethesda, MD W 4-21-07 Notre Dame, IN W 5-20-08 University Park, PA W

Hofstra (7-8)

H: 0-0/A: 0-1/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 4-6-85 Worcester, MA L 7-8

Score Rank 10-9 17-8 15-5 17-7 14-8 11-7 15-11 7-6 14-7 11-3

Lake Forest (11-0) H: 6-0/A: 5-0/N: 0-0 Date Site 3-27-83 Notre Dame, IN W 4-4-84 Lake Forest, IL W 3-27-85 Notre Dame, IN W 4-15-86 Lake Forest, IL W 4-15-87 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1-88 Lake Forest, IL W 4-13-88 Notre Dame, IN W 4-12-89 Lake Forest, IL W 4-10-90 Notre Dame, IN W 4-23-91 Lake Forest, IL W 3-18-92 Notre Dame, IN W

H: 4-3/A: 3-5/N: 0-0 Date Site 3-9-91 Hempstead, NY L 3-28-92 Notre Dame, IN W 3-6-93 Hempstead, NY W 4-4-97 Notre Dame, IN W 5-2-98 Notre Dame, IN W 4-3-99 Hempstead, NY L-ot 3-26-00 Notre Dame, IN L 3-24-01 Hempstead, NY L 3-23-02 Notre Dame, IN L 3-21-03 Hempstead, NY L 3-24-04 Notre Dame, IN W 3-26-05 Hempstead, NY W-2ot 3-25-06 Hempstead, NY L 3-10-12 Hempstead, NY W-ot 3-9-13 Notre Dame, IN L

Score Rank 5-10 -16 12-9 -19 9-8 10-9 13-4 8-4 -9 9-10 13-15 7-8 13-12 10-11 25-15 18-12 8-9 11-t15 19-11 15-13 9-8 9-13 5-13 11-5 6-5 7-19 7-8 2-15

11-9 13-4 4-3 9-5

Score Rank 10-8 10-7 1714-2 1114-7 10-

Score Rank 10-27 7-13 3-18 -3 4-20 -3 7-14 12-6 11-12 15-13 5-21 9-6 8-16 11-10 8-10 17-1 2-12 14-3 15-13 13-5 10-7 6-5 6-7 19-3 8-9 9-11 7-13 10-16 9-7 11-13 7-6 5-17 10-9 7-17 11-9 3-10 5-7

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SERIES VS. OPPONENTS

Fighting Irish

Marquette (1-0) H: 0-0/A: 0-0/N: 1-0 Date Site Score Rank W 17-5 44-2-13 Wilmette, IL

Maryland (1-4) H: 0-2/A: 0-2/N: 1-0 Date Site 5-20-95* College Park, MD L 5-3-03 Notre Dame, IN L 5-3-04 College Park, MD L-2ot 5-10-09* Notre Dame, IN L 5-22-10* Princeton, NJ W

Score Rank 11-14 15-4 4-10 9-11 8-9 12-3 3-7 2-13 7-5 14-3

UMBC (3-1) H: 1-0/A: 1-1/N: 1-0 Date Site 3-11-92 Baltimore, MD L 3-20-93 Notre Dame, IN W 3-12-95 Baltimore, MD W 3-9-96 Annapolis, MD W

Score Rank 28-4 15-0 23-2 17-6

New Hampshire (2-1) H: 1-0/A: 0-0/N: 1-1 Date Site 3-24-85 Baltimore, MD L 3-13-93 Boston, MA W 3-19-94 Notre Dame, IN W

Score Rank 9-10 11-14 5-8 6-15 5-6 9-11 7-8 -10 9-7 15-

H: 3-2/A: 1-4/N: 1-0 Date Site 3-5-95 Chapel Hill, NC L L 4-13-96 Notre Dame, IN 3-8-03 Chapel Hill, NC W L 3-14-04 Notre Dame, IN 3-12-05 Carson, CA W (Home Depot Center) 3-11-06 Notre Dame, IN W L 3-10-07 Chapel Hill, NC 3-8-08 Chapel Hill, NC L 3-8-09 Notre Dame, IN W 5-6-11 Chapel Hill, NC L-ot 3-2-13 Notre Dame, IN W-3ot

Score Rank 3-12 17-7 14-4 17-

Score Rank 8-11 17-7 10-11 7-5 10-8 11-12 11-14 5-9 9-7 14-10 9-7 8-11 6-8 9-7 8-9 10-9

1214-15 5-4 7-3 3-12 2-9

Michigan (1-0)

Oberlin (1-0)

H: 0-0/A: 1-0/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-29-88 Ann Arbor, MI W 17-7

H: 1-0/A: 0-0/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 4-30-83 Notre Dame, IN W 19-2

Michigan State (13-5) H: 7-2/A: 6-3/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-8-81 East Lansing, MI W 4-22-81 Notre Dame, IN W 3-31-82 East Lansing, MI W 5-1-82 Notre Dame, IN W 4-12-83 East Lansing, MI W 5-5-84 Notre Dame, IN W 5-4-85 East Lansing, MI W 5-3-86 Notre Dame, IN L 4-29-87 East Lansing, MI L 4-27-88 Notre Dame, IN W 4-26-89 East Lansing, MI L 5-2-90 Notre Dame, IN W 5-4-91 East Lansing, MI L 5-1-92 Notre Dame, IN L 5-1-93 East Lansing, MI W 4-29-94 Notre Dame, IN W-ot 4-29-95 East Lansing, MI W 4-26-96 Notre Dame, IN W

Score Rank 12-4 8-5 9-4 11-7 7-6 11-10 15-5 11-12 5-16 10-7 7-9 12-6 8-10 13-14 13-11 1612-11 1613-6 1412-4 11-

Morgan State (0-1) H: 0-0/A: 0-1/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-20-81 Baltimore, MD L-ot 12-13

Mount St. Mary’s (2-2) H: 1-0/A: 1-2/N: 0-0 Date Site 3-17-82 Emmitsburg, MD L 3-16-91 Emmitsburg, MD L 4-11-92 Notre Dame, IN W 3-11-93 Emmitsburg, MD W

Score Rank 4-14 9-12 13-3 15-11

5-4-08^ 4-25-09 5-3-09^ 3-20-10 3-23-11 3-21-12 3-20-13

Birmingham, MI W 9-2 Columbus, OH W 14-8 (Ohio Stadium) Birmingham, MI W 16-7 Notre Dame, IN W-ot 7-6 Notre Dame, IN W 8-7 Columbus, OH W 8-7 Notre Dame, IN W 9-4

6-10 3293-20 63-8

Ohio Wesleyan (1-12)

North Carolina (5-6) Score Rank 7-13 16-4 11-2 14-4

Massachusetts (1-4) H: 0-2/A: 0-2/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-22-95 Amherst, MA L 4-20-96 Notre Dame, IN L 4-20-97 Amherst, MA L 4-19-98 Notre Dame, IN L 4-24-99 Amherst, MA W

Mount Union (4-0) H: 2-0/A: 2-0/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-9-83 Notre Dame, IN W 4-10-84 Mount Vernon, OH W 4-10-85 Notre Dame, IN W 4-11-86 Mount Vernon, OH W

H: 0-7/A: 1-5/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-3-81 Notre Dame, IN L 4-3-82 Delaware, OH L 4-16-83 Notre Dame, IN L 4-7-84 Delaware, OH L 4-27-85 Notre Dame, IN L 4-26-86 Delaware, OH L 4-25-87 Notre Dame, IN L 4-23-88 Delaware, OH L 4-22-89 Notre Dame, IN L 4-21-90 Delaware, OH L 4-20-91 Notre Dame, IN L 3-31-92 Delaware, OH W 4-17-93 Notre Dame, IN L

Score Rank 5-17 9-12 12-14 5-12 4-16 5-17 5-17 1-17 5-18 6-16 9-14 11-5 8-13 16-

Pennsylvania (3-2) H: 3-0/A: 0-2/N: 0-0 Date Site 3-4-00 Philadelphia, PA L 3-4-01 Notre Dame, IN W 3-3-02 Philadelphia, PA L 3-1-03 Notre Dame, IN W 5-14-11* Notre Dame, IN W

Score Rank 7-10 1210-8 106-7 1114-5 17-23 13-6 4-16

Ohio State (29-9) H: 15-3/A: 11-6/N: 3-0 Date Site 4-16-81 Notre Dame, IN L 4-30-81 Columbus, OH L 3-21-82 Baltimore, MD W 4-15-82 Columbus, OH L 4-28-82 Notre Dame, IN W 4-6-83 Columbus, OH L-ot 4-28-84 Notre Dame, IN W 5-1-85 Columbus, OH W 4-30-86 Notre Dame, IN W 5-2-87 Columbus, OH W 4-30-88 Notre Dame, IN L 4-29-89 Columbus, OH L 4-28-90 Notre Dame, IN W 4-27-91 Columbus, OH W 4-25-92 Notre Dame, IN W 4-24-93 Columbus, OH W 4-23-94 Notre Dame, IN W 5-6-95 Columbus, OH W 5-4-96 Notre Dame, IN W 5-3-97 Columbus, OH W 4-2-98 Notre Dame, IN W 4-14-99 Columbus, OH L 4-1-00 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1-01 Columbus, OH W 5-4-02 Notre Dame, IN W 4-6-03 Columbus, OH L 3-31-04 Notre Dame, IN L 4-29-05 Columbus, OH W 4-29-06 Notre Dame, IN W 4-28-07 Columbus, OH W 4-27-08 Notre Dame, IN W

Score Rank 6-9 9-10 14-10 10-14 21-13 10-11 17-4 10-4 13-9 16-11 4-6 5-7 14-11 11-7 12-6 11-7 1619-10 1519-7 1313-4 1120-9 912-2 194-5 1413-4 1513-4 t77-3 -19 5-11 15-19 8-9 13-17 16-5 10-8 1512-6 10-20 17-12 7-9

Nick Antol was a member of Irish teams that registered wins against Loyola, in 2000 and ’01, as well as the ’03 squad that beat North Carolina for the first time.

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Fighting Irish

Score Rank 1-9 12-9 17-17 14-15 17-16 9-5 14-16 14-9 13-14 8-13 19-22 10-4 14-13 10-8 11-18 9-10 11-16 10-9 17-16 17-7 11-17 14-6 10-21 8-4 12-14 11-8 1115-9 513-8 812-8 36-2 33-4 2-20 10-9 3-8

Princeton (1-1) H: 0-0/A: 1-0/N: 0-1 Date Site Score Rank 3-14-95 Baltimore, MD L 4-6 17-4 5-16-10* Princeton, NJ W 8-5 14-6

Providence (4-0) H: 2-0/A: 2-0/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-17-10 Notre Dame, IN W 4-23-11 Providence, RI W 4-7-12 Notre Dame, IN W 4-7-13 Providence, RI W

Score Rank 11-3 14-3 19-1 613-8 4-

Quinnipiac (6-0) H: 2-0/A: 2-0/N: 2-0 Date Site 5-6-06 Notre Dame, IN W 5-5-07 Hamden, CT W 4-18-08 South Bend, IN W (School Field) 5-2-08^ Birmingham, MI W 4-18-09 Hamden, CT W 5-1-09^ Birmingham, MI W

Score Rank 19-7 1514-9 816-6 1010-6 10-2 7-4

632-

Radford (6-0) H: 2-0/A: 3-0/N: 1-0 Date Site 3-14-81 Radford, VA W 4-3-85 Notre Dame, IN W 3-28-86 Radford, VA W 3-16-87 Radford, VA W 3-6-90 Notre Dame, IN W 3-13-91 Charlottesville, VA W

Score Rank 17-5 11-7 9-6 12-3 10-8 13-7

Rutgers (6-2) H: 2-2/A: 4-0/N: 0-0 Date Site 3-9-94 Piscataway, NJ W-ot 3-21-98 Notre Dame, IN L 3-9-01 Piscataway, NJ W 3-9-02 Notre Dame, IN W 3-27-10 Notre Dame, IN L 3-27-11 Piscataway, NJ W 3-25-12 Notre Dame, IN W 3-24-13 Piscataway, NJ W

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Virginia (2-5)

Saint Bonaventure (1-0)

Penn State (15-5) H: 7-2/A: 8-3/N: 0-0 Date Site 3-18-89 University Park, PA L 2-27-94 Notre Dame, IN W 2-26-95 University Park, PA L 2-28-97 University Park, PA W 3-1-98 Notre Dame, IN W 2-28-99 University Park, PA L 2-27-00 Notre Dame, IN W 2-25-01 State College, PA W 2-24-02 Notre Dame, IN L-ot 2-23-03 University Park, PA W 2-29-04 Notre Dame, IN W 2-27-05 University Park, PA W 2-26-06 Notre Dame, IN W 2-25-07 University Park, PA W 2-24-08 Notre Dame, IN W 2-22-09 University Park, PA W 2-28-10 Notre Dame, IN W 2-27-11 University Park, PA W 2-26-12 Notre Dame, IN L-ot 2-24-13 University Park, PA W-ot

Score Rank 8-7 17-15 12-13 139-4 7-18 11-6 208-10 88-3 312-9 67-6 3-

H: 1-0/A: 0-0/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-1-92 Notre Dame, IN W 23-4

San Diego State (1-0) H: 0-0/A: 1-0/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-31-91 San Diego, CA W 18-10

Stony Brook (1-2) H: 1-0/A: 0-2/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-8-85 Stony Brook, NY L-ot 4-8-89 Stony Brook, NY L 4-13-92 Notre Dame, IN W

H: 2-1/A: 1-0/N: 1-1 Date Site Score Rank Notre Dame, IN Queens, NY Notre Dame, IN East Rutherford, NJ (MetLife Stadium) Villanova, PA Notre Dame, IN

W W W W

12-2 13-6 10-7 13-6

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L L

7-8 10-12

21-19

Score Rank 5-12 4-2 13-19 5-3 9-11 5-3 6-12 12-2 8-11 1-4 8-6 3-17 4-10 1-7 3-9

5-3

Vermont (2-0) H: 0-0/A: 1-0/N: 1-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-18-85 Burlington, VT W 8-6 3-21-09 Dallas, TX W 13-7 3-

Villanova (12-5) H: 6-1/A: 6-2/N: 0-2 Date Site 3-21-87 Long Island, NY L 3-10-90 Villanova, PA L 3-30-91 Notre Dame, IN L 3-7-92 Philadelphia, PA L (Franklin Field) 3-19-95 Notre Dame, IN W 3-12-96 Villanova, PA W 3-13-99 Villanova, PA W 4-19-00 Notre Dame, IN W 3-28-05 Villanova, PA W 3-14-06 Villanova, PA W 4-3-07 Notre Dame, IN W 3-4-08 Villanova, PA W 3-31-09 Notre Dame, IN W 4-3-10 Villanova, PA L 4-2-11 Notre Dame, IN W 4-21-12 Villanova, PA W 4-20-13 Notre Dame, IN W

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H: 0-0/A: 1-0/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-14-86 Lexington, VA W 15-9

Washington & Lee (0-2) H: 0-0/A: 0-2/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-26-86 Lexington, VA L 9-13 3-18-87 Lexington, VA L 10-13

William & Mary (0-2) H: 0-0/A: 0-2/N: 0-0 Date Site Score Rank 3-23-84 Williamsburg, VA L 6-16 3-31-86 Williamsburg, VA L 3-12

Wittenburg (6-0)

Syracuse (1-7) H: 1-1/A: 0-2/N: 0-4 Date Site 5-26-01* Piscataway, NJ L L 3-11-04 Syracuse, NY 5-18-08* Ithaca, NY L L 5-1-10 Notre Dame, IN 4-30-11 Syracuse, NY L 4-28-12 Notre Dame, IN W 4-27-13 East Rutherford, NJ L (MetLife Stadium) 5-2-13# Villanova, PA L

Score Rank 9-19 15-5 4-23 14-5 11-8 6-7 5-7 19-4 8-14 9-1 10-14 15-1 12-10 4-5

Virginia Military Institute (1-0)

Score Rank 12-13 7-8 14-3

St. John’s (4-2) 4-19-09 4-24-10 4-16-11 4-1-12 5-3-12# 3-30-13

H: 0-0/A: 1-4/N: 1-1 Date Site 5-15-93* Charlottesville, VA L 5-14-94* Charlottesville, VA L 3-14-01 Charlottesville, VA W 3-12-02 Charlottesville, VA L 3-11-03 Alexandria, VA L 5-13-06* Charlottesville, VA L 5-20-12* Chester, PA W

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H: 3-0/A: 3-0/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-19-83 Notre Dame, IN W 4-18-84 Springfield, OH W 4-28-85 Notre Dame, IN W 4-25-86 Springfield, OH W 4-26-87 Notre Dame, IN W 4-21-88 Springfield, OH W

Score Rank 18-1 23-4 18-3 11-6 26-1 14-6

Wooster (9-1) H: 5-0/A: 4-1/N: 0-0 Date Site 4-11-81 Wooster, OH W 4-10-82 Notre Dame, IN W 4-21-83 Wooster, OH L 4-14-84 Notre Dame, IN W 4-13-85 Wooster, OH W 4-5-86 Notre Dame, IN W 3-26-88 Notre Dame, IN W 4-1-89 Wooster, OH W 3-24-90 Notre Dame, IN W 4-16-91 Wooster, OH W

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Yale (1-1) H: 1-0/A: 0-0/N: 0-1 Date Site Score Rank 3-13-83 Baltimore, MD L 5-17 5-13-12* Notre Dame, IN W 13-7 4-11


IRISH IN THE PROS

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Jimmy Keenan (’98)

Sean Dougherty (’08)

David Earl (’11)

NLL New York Saints (‘99-’00) MLL New Jersey Pride (‘01-’03)

MLL Washington Bayhawks (‘08)

Todd Rassas (’98)

MLL Los Angeles Riptide (‘08) Chesapeake Bayhawks (‘10, ‘11) New York Lizards (‘13)

MLL Hamilton Nationals (‘11-’12) New York Lizards (‘13-present) NLL Minnesota Swarm (‘13-present)

MLL New Jersey Pride (‘03) Chicago Machine (‘06)

Steve Bishko (’01) MLL Rochester Rattlers (‘01-’02)

David Ulrich (’01) MLL Baltimore Bayhawks (‘01)

Mike Adams (’01) MLL Bridgeport Barrage (‘02)

Tom Glatzel (’01) MLL Boston Cannons (‘01-’03)

Joey Kemp (’08)

Michael Podgajny (’08) MLL San Francisco Dragons (‘08) Boston Cannons (‘09) Denver Outlaws (‘10)

Ross Zimmerman (’08) MLL San Francisco Dragons (‘08)

Ryan Hoff (’09)

MLL Boston Cannons (‘05)

MLL Long Island Lizards (‘09) Toronto/Hamilton Nationals (‘10, 11)

MLL Los Angeles Riptide (‘06-’08) Chicago Machine (‘09) Rochester Rattlers (‘10) NLL Portland LumberJax (‘07)

Brian Hubschmann (’07) MLL Long Island Lizards (‘07-’08)

Duncan Swezey (’09) MLL Denver Outlaws (‘10)

Neal Hicks (’10) MLL Chesapeake Bayhawks (‘11-’13)

Grant Krebs (’10) Boston Cannons (‘10) Toronto/Hamilton Nationals (‘10, ‘11)

Scott Rodgers (’10)

MLL Los Angeles Riptide (‘08)

MLL Toronto/Hamilton Nationals (‘10-’13) Ohio Machine (‘13-present) NLL Minnesota Swarm (‘10-’11)

Taylor Clagett (’08)

Zach Brenneman (’11)

MLL Los Angeles Riptide (‘08)

MLL Long Island Lizards (‘11)

Lucius Polk (’07)

Andrew Irving (’11)

Kevin Randall (’12)

Regis McDermott (’09)

D.J. Driscoll (’06)

MLL Long Island Lizards (‘11) Rochester Rattlers (‘11)

MLL Washington Bayhawks (‘08)

Brian Giordano (’05)

MLL Long Island Lizards (‘06)

Sam Barnes (’11)

Alex Wharton (’08)

MLL Bridgeport Barrage (‘02)

Pat Walsh (’06)

MLL Hamilton Nationals (‘11’-12) New York Lizards (‘13)

MLL Denver Outlaws (‘11) Ohio Machine (‘11)

MLL Chicago Machine (‘09) Denver Outlaws (‘11) NLL Rochester Knighthawks (‘09)

Devin Ryan (’02)

Kevin Ridgway (’11)

MLL Charlotte Hounds (‘12) Rochester Rattlers (‘13-present) NLL Philadelphia Wings (‘12)

Sean Rogers (’12) MLL Denver Outlaws (‘13-present)

Quinn Cully (’13) MLL Boston Cannons (‘13-present)

John Kemp (’13) MLL Rochester Rattlers (‘13-present)

Matt Miller (’13) MLL Rochester Rattlers (‘13-present)

Steve Murphy (’13) MLL New York Lizards (‘13) NLL (National Lacrosse League) MLL (Major League Lacrosse)

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IRISH ON NATIONAL TEAMS

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FIGHTING IRISH IN INTERNATIONAL PLAY ILF - International Lacrosse Federation FIL - Federation of International Lacrosse

Mike Iorio – Defenseman (‘95) United States 1992 ILF Under-19 World Championship Gold Medal

Todd Rassas – Defenseman (’98) United States 2002 ILF World Championship Gold Medal 2006 ILF World Championship Silver Medal

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Pat Walsh – Attackman (‘06) United States 2003 ILF Under-19 World Championship Gold Medal

D.J. Driscoll – Defenseman (‘06)

Pat Walsh

United States 2010 FIL World Championship Gold Medal

Scott Rodgers – Goalie (’10) United States 2011, 2012, 2013 Champion Challenge

Matt Kavanagh

Matt Kavanagh – Attackman (‘16) United States 2012 FIL Under-19 World Championship Gold Medal Tournament MVP

Kyle Trolley – Midfielder (‘16) Canada 2012 FIL Under-19 World Championship Silver Medal

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RICH O’LEARY

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A Remembrance Of Former Irish Coach Rich O’Leary

Names like Ara Parseghian, Digger Phelps, Dan Devine, and Lou Holtz dot the list of those who numbered as University of Notre Dame athletic department colleagues and associates of longtime athletics staffer Rich O’Leary. While those more high-profile varsity coaches found their names in headlines, O’Leary – who lost his battle with cancer July 17, 2009 – quietly went about impacting day-to-day athletic lives all over campus for 37 years. Hired by Moose Krause and Dominic “Nappy” Napolitano back when the department was known as Non-Varsity Athletics, O’Leary served as director of intramurals and club sports for the Office of Recreational Sports (commonly known as RecSports). For nearly four decades he played a major role in defining athletic opportunities for, literally, thousands of Notre Dame students, faculty and staff members. Many of those who participated in the programs he helped shape probably never knew him. Those who did worked hand in hand with a self-effacing administrator who was more than comfortable in his behind-the-scenes role. After Napolitano died in 1986, O’Leary became the key organizer for the famed Bengal Bouts, the signature event for Notre Dame’s college boxing club. After a brief lull in popularity, the Bengals have drawn more participants in recent years than ever before – even leading to a women’s version known as the Baraka Bouts. Like Ara, Digger, Dan and Lou, Rich had his own seat in the varsity coaches’ locker room in the bowels of the Athletic and Convocation Center. A standout lacrosse player in his college days, he first took over the Notre Dame men’s club program then continued as head coach for eight more years (only one season losing more than they won) after the team achieved varsity status in 1981. The new Arlotta Lacrosse Stadium that opened its doors in October ‘09 has the O’Leary name attached to the men’s team room that sits adjacent to the locker area. That’s because O’Leary’s former players thought so much of their mentor that their financial contributions – unbeknownst to O’Leary -- made that possible.

Current Irish lacrosse coach Kevin Corrigan, who took over O’Leary’s position in 1989, took his predecessor on a golf-cart tour of that area just weeks before his death. Even more telling are the e-mail tributes that came from O’Leary’s former players, many from the far more casual and informal club sport days. Way back when in a different culture for clublevel athletics, O’Leary wasn’t too far removed from his charges to understand they shared adult beverages on occasion. Yet it’s obvious more than a few of his players cast him as something of a father figure during their on-campus growing years. Their tributes make you laugh and cry at the same time: From Jim Scarola ’78 – “I learned from Rich that great leaders are not defined by titles or positions they have held, but rather by the impact they have had on the people around them.” From John McLachlan ‘87 – “Rich would tell us, ‘If you play your best game and they play their worst game, you’re still going to lose.’ It wasn’t an overly inspirational pep talk, but unfortunately it was accurate once or twice a year.” From Brian McKeon ‘85: “Rich was a decent and humble soul who rarely raised his voice in anger and quietly nudged his players to meet their full potential. That is the mark of a leader.” And, from Mike Lynch ‘82 “Rich is what my dad used to call a gentleman’s gentleman. A guy you

look up to. A guy you want to have a beer with and tell a joke to. A guy with a huge heart, a pure sense of humor and a ton of class. Quite simply, I love the guy.” The O’Learys (including wife Linda) have been friends to dozens of athletic department staffers over the years – offering access to everything from the backyard pool of their Cedar Street home (facetiously known as the “Cedar Club”), to home-cooked meals for the young, old and in between, to large social extravaganzas such as the Home Olympics. Rich lost a kidney some years ago, and he quietly reached out to others on campus and in the community fighting kidney disease – including former Notre Dame athletic director Mike Wadsworth – to share his experiences. He possessed a dry, low-key wit. Yet, as unassuming as he could be, he’d also be the one to do cannonballs into the pool and drive his beloved little MG (with the top down) around South Bend. When you left the O’Leary home, even when disease was getting the best of him, Rich always walked you to your car and thanked you for coming, as if it was his privilege to have spent time with you. Little did we realize we were the lucky ones. —John Heisler (Senior Associate Athletics Director for Media and Broadcast Relations at Notre Dame)

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50 YEARS OF LACROSSE AT NOTRE DAME Lacrosse originally was started on the Notre Dame campus in 1896 by Father Andrew Sammson, but the modern team from which the varsity squad grew was established in 1963 by a small group of East Coast lacrosse players. The club went a surprising 5-6 during its inaugural season in 1964 and boasted a 111-91-1 record in its 17 years of play.

Having been run strictly by students in its early years, the lacrosse club gained a coach in 1971 when Rich O’Leary began donating his time to instruct the squad. He was officially named the University’s first varsity lacrosse coach when the club achieved varsity status in May of 1980. The Fighting Irish went 6-6 in their first varsity season in 1981. O’Leary guided the team to a 64-42 record in its first eight seasons of varsity competition.

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Kevin Corrigan took over the reins of the program in 1989 and has led Notre Dame to a 241-114 record over the last 25 seasons. The Corrigan era has been highlighted by three trips to Championship Weekend (2001, 2010, 2012) and a current run of eight straight NCAA Tournament appearances. In 2013, the Fighting Irish captured their 300th varsity victory.

Rich O’Leary (left) and Kevin Corrigan

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hen Father Edward F. Sorin arrived in the northern Indiana wilderness, he had only $310, three log buildings badly in need of repair and a far-sighted vision of establishing a liberal arts school to meet the growing educational needs of the frontier. He dreamed of building a great university, and in 1842, he founded the University of Notre Dame du Lac. Over the years, Notre Dame would evolve into a preeminent place for Catholic thought. While becoming one of the top undergraduate institutions in the country, Notre Dame also has been at the cutting edge of research, including such innovations as the transmission of wireless messages and the development of synthetic rubber. Today researchers are achieving breakthroughs in astrophysics, radiation chemistry, environmental sciences, tropical disease transmission, cancer, robotics and nanoelectronics. The University also has stressed residential life, with four-of-five students living on campus in 29 residence halls that serve as the focal point of social, spiritual and athletic activities. Notre Dame is one of a handful of universities with a truly international student body, coming from more than 100 nations and all 50 states. Students come to Notre Dame not only to learn how to think, but to learn how to live, keeping faith with the vision of Fr. Sorin. Notre Dame is one of the few universities to regularly rank in the top 25 in the U.S. News & World Report survey of America’s best colleges and the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings of the best overall athletics programs. The University is second only to KU

Leuven of Belgium among all Catholic universities worldwide, according to the 2012 Times Higher Education survey, and the Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame boasts the No. 1 undergraduate business program in the nation according to Bloomberg BusinessWeek.

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UNIVERSITY LEADERSHIP

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Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. President

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ev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., is in his second five-year term as the 17th president of the University of Notre Dame. His vision is for Notre Dame to be the Catholic research university for our time – an institution that unifies, enlightens and heals by engaging in scholarship of the first rank while maintaining its distinctive Catholic character and long-time excellence in undergraduate education. During his tenure, Notre Dame has made significant progress toward its research goal, including selection as the lead partner in the Midwest Institute for Nanoelectronics Discovery and the Center for Low Energy Systems Technology, the creation of the Innovation Park research facility, and the construction of Stinson Remick Hall of Engineering. His commitment to undergraduate education has been marked by the Notre Dame Forums, yearlong initiatives that have examined

important issues such as religion and world conflict, global health, immigration, education and energy. The University’s Catholic identity has been strengthened during Father Jenkins’ tenure in multiple ways, including the appointment of a coordinator for University life initiatives and the construction of multimillion-dollar facilities for the Institute for Church Life, including the Center for Social Concerns, and the Institute for Educational Initiatives, which includes the Alliance for Catholic Education. Father Jenkins earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in philosophy from Notre Dame in 1976 and 1978, respectively, and was ordained a priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross in 1983. He holds advanced degrees from Oxford and the Jesuit School of Theology. He is a professor of philosophy and the author of Knowledge and Faith in Thomas Aquinas. Father Jenkins is a native of Omaha, Neb.

President Leadership Council Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. President

Ronald Kraemer Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Thomas G. Burish Provost

Rev. William M. Lies, C.S.C. Vice President for Mission Engagement and Church Affairs Scott C. Malpass Vice President and Chief Investment Officer

John F. Affleck-Graves Executive Vice President

Thomas G. Burish Provost

John Affleck-Graves Executive Vice President

Robert J. Bernhard Vice President for Research Marianne Corr Vice President and General Counsel J. Nicholas Entrikin Vice President and Associate Provost for Internationalization

Richard C. Notebaert Chairman, Notre Dame Board of Trustees

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Christine M. Maziar Vice President and Senior Associate Provost Robert K. McQuade Vice President for Human Resources Daniel J. Myers Vice President and Associate Provost

Ann M. Firth President’s Chief of Staff

Louis M. Nanni Vice President for University Relations

Erin Hoffmann Harding Vice President for Student Affairs

John A. Sejdinaj Vice President for Finance

Rev. James B. King, C.S.C. Religious Superior of Holy Cross Priests and Brothers at Notre Dame

Jack Swarbrick Vice President and Director of Athletics


DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

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ohn B. “Jack” Swarbrick Jr., a University of Notre Dame graduate now in his sixth year in 2013-14 as vice president and director of athletics at his alma mater, has attached his signature to a variety of new initiatives during his tenure: * Launching of Fighting Irish Digital Media—a major enterprise that delivers better information about and access to Notre Dame and its athletic programs via expanded production and distribution of programming. * Developing a plan for expanding Notre Dame Stadium in order to make it a year-round asset for the University while also improving the game day experience for student-athletes and fans. * Creation of new community outreach and youth programming activities. * Building of student-athlete programs and services that expand recognition of high academic achievement—and mentor and facilitate career development. * Meeting the performance needs of Notre Dame student-athletes through establishment of a new sports performance division. * Reaching out to more former Irish student-athletes, via the Notre Dame Monogram Club and other programs. In 2012-13 alone, Swarbrick played a major role in three significant announcements that positively impacted Notre Dame on the national collegiate scene: -- Creation by the Bowl Championship Series of the four-team College Football Playoff to begin with the 2014 season, with Notre Dame maintaining viable access into that system. -- Membership for Notre Dame’s athletic teams (other than football and hockey) in the Atlantic Coast Conference beginning with the 2013-14 athletic seasons. In football, Notre Dame will play five games per year against ACC opponents beginning in 2014 and also have full access to the league’s list of postseason bowl options. Notre Dame hockey now plays in Hockey East. -- An extension of the University’s relationship with NBC Sports through the 2025 football season. Swarbrick’s first five years combined featured a variety of on-and off-the-field Notre Dame athletics successes: * Number-one rankings for Notre Dame (among Football Bowl Subdivision schools) in the six most recent Graduation Success Rate (GSR) surveys--in 2012 at 99 for all-student-athletes (including football number one at 97, in the fourth consecutive year Notre Dame stood atop that chart). * Record involvement in community service hours by Irish student-athletes. * An appearance in the Bowl Championship Series football title game following the 2012 season—in an unprecedented year in which the Irish finished the regular season 12-0 to rank number one in the final BCS poll while also ranking number one in the GSR standings. * NCAA championships in 2011 in fencing (a men’s and women’s combined championship) and 2010 in women’s soccer. * NCAA runner-up team finishes in 2013 in fencing, 2012 and 2011 in women’s basketball, 2010 in men’s lacrosse, 2009 in fencing and 2008 in women’s soccer. * NCAA semifinal appearances in women’s basketball in 2013, men’s lacrosse in 2012, hockey in 2011, women’s tennis in both 2009 and 2010 and women’s soccer in 2009, plus 2010 and 2012 third-place fencing finishes.

* Construction of the 5,022-seat Compton Family Ice Arena that opened for the 2011-12 season and features two sheets of ice (one Olympic sized). The 2009-10 school year also featured dedications of new facilities for soccer and lacrosse--as well as opening of the new Purcell Pavilion within the south dome of the Joyce Center. Before coming back to Notre Dame, Swarbrick rose to national prominence as a lawyer, consultant and executive in the collegiate and Olympic sports industries Born in Yonkers, N.Y., and raised in Yonkers and Bloomington, Ind., he is a 1976 magna cum laude graduate of Notre Dame with a bachelor’s degree in economics. Upon graduating from Stanford University Law School in 1980, he returned to Indiana to accept a position as an associate in the Indianapolis law firm Baker & Daniels, one of the largest in the state. He was made partner in 1987 and spent 28 years with the firm. As a member of the Indiana Sports Corporation, including the chairmanship from 1992 to 2001, Swarbrick led many of Indianapolis’ successful proposals to a wide array of athletics organizations--from the National Football League (NFL) to the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) to the Big Ten Conference. His leadership efforts resulted in the city: * Earning the right to play host to the 2012 Super Bowl in Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium. * Becoming the home of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) national headquarters in 1999. * Hosting the 1987 Pan American Games, where Swarbrick served as the director of competition. * Hosting the 1991 World Gymnastics Championships. * Hosting NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Fours and other college championship competitions and a wide array of national and world championships in the Olympic sports. * Securing rights to host the Big Ten Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournaments at Conseco Fieldhouse for five consecutive years beginning in 2008. At Baker & Daniels Swarbrick served as general counsel for numerous national governing bodies of Olympic sports, including USA Gymnastics, and as a consultant to various bid cities and host committees for Olympic Games and world championships. In his work as an advisor to the NCAA, Swarbrick coordinated the men’s College Basketball Partnership, an NCAA-led group that addresses the opportunities and challenges in the sport; developed the business plan for the new NBA/NCAA youth basketball enterprise, iHoops; served as a member of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Discussion Group, and chaired the NCAA/USOC task force dedicated to developing proposals to expand sponsorship of Olympic sports among NCAA member institutions. In 2000 Swarbrick received one of the NCAA’s highest honors, The Flying Wedge Award, for his work in establishing Indianapolis as the new home of the NCAA. In 2001 he was honored by the State of Indiana with the Sagamore of the Wabash Award. In 2002 he received the Pathfinder Award from Youthlinks Indiana for his service to youth in the state of Indiana. He received an honorary monogram from the Notre Dame Monogram Club in 2013. Born March 19, 1954, Swarbrick was named Notre Dame’s 12th athletics director on July 16, 2008. He and his wife, Kimberly, are the parents of four children: Kate, a 2010 graduate of St. Louis University; Connor, a 2011 graduate of Wake Forest University; Cal, a senior at TCU; and Christopher, a University of Notre Dame junior.

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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE Notre Dame Wins National Championship in Graduation Based on 2013 NCAA Graduation Success Rate Numbers Notre Dame graduates 99 percent of its student-athletes between 2003 and 2006.  

The University of Notre Dame can once again claim the 2013 national championship for graduating its student-athletes in all sports—in the process posting the top NCAA Graduation Success Rate (GSR) figure (99) for its student-athletes for the seventh straight year.  The GSR number for all Notre Dame student-athletes rated the Irish first among the football-playing institutions in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly Division I-A). The 2013 NCAA figures are based on entering classes from 2003 through 2006.   Whether measured by the federal government in its Department of Education report or by the NCAA through its GSR numbers, graduation rates for Notre Dame student-athletes once again rank either number one or among the handful of national leaders in four major categories among all major football-playing colleges and universities.  Notre Dame’s institutional research found that Irish student-athletes in 2013 rank number one in four of 10 major categories--ranking second in one other and third in two more. That’s based on the NCAA-issued GSR and federal figures.   For the fifth year in a row Notre Dame leads the nation in four GSR categories--for all student-athletes (at 99), male student-athletes (98), female student-athletes (100) and black student-athletes (96).

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  In calculations that include all student-athletes in all sports, Notre Dame ranks first among the FBS schools in the GSR figures, which were initiated in 2005 by the NCAA. The University’s 99 percent GSR for all its student-athletes ranks just ahead of the 98 figure for Duke. Using the federal formula, Notre Dame graduated a four-year average of 88 percent of its studentathletes, just behind Stanford at 93 and Northwestern at 89.  In the GSR standings, the Irish led the way in four categories. In addition to its number-one ranking for all studentathletes (99), Notre Dame finished first among female student athletes at 100, first among male student-athletes at 98 percent (ahead of Duke at 97) and first among black student-athletes at 96 percent (ahead of Duke and Rice at 95).   Notre Dame graduated 93 percent of all women competing in varsity athletics, to rank second among its peer institutions based on the federal calculations (behind Stanford at 96). Among men, Notre Dame’s 84 percent federal rate was third (behind Stanford at 90 and Northwestern at 88). Notre Dame graduated 79 percent of its black student-athletes, ranking fifth based on the federal rate, and Irish football players graduated at a 75 percent rate, to rank ninth.   2013 NCAA Graduation Rates All data for student-athletes who enrolled between 2003 and 2006 (numbers are percentages)   All Student-Athletes GSR 1. Notre Dame, 99 2. Duke, 98 3. (tie) Northwestern, Stanford, 97 5. Boston College, 96  

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Federal Rate 1. Stanford, 93 2. Northwestern, 89 3. Notre Dame, 88 4. Duke, 86 5. Rice, 84   Male Student-Athletes GSR 1. Notre Dame, 98 2. Duke, 97 3. Stanford, 96 4. Northwestern, 95 5. Boston College, 94   Federal Rate 1. Stanford, 90 2. Northwestern, 88 3. (tie) Notre Dame, Duke, 84 5. Rice, 79   Notre Dame Dominates in 2013 Individual Sport Graduation Rates

21 Irish athletic programs post toprated GSR rates according to NCAA

Twenty-one of the University of Notre Dame’s men’s and women’s athletic programs posted Graduation Success Rate numbers that ranked them best in the nation within their sports (including 20 perfect 100 scores)-and 10 produced federal graduation rates that led all NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly Division I-A) institutions (including nine perfect 100 scores), according to Notre Dame’s institutional research based on 2013 graduation-rate figures released last week by the NCAA. All statistics are based on the combined entering classes from 2003 through 2006. GSR statistics for Irish women’s sports featured all 11 perfect 100 scores--in basketball, cross country/ track, crew/rowing, fencing, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball.


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GSR statistics for Irish men’s sports featured nine perfect 100 scores--in baseball, basketball, cross country/ track, fencing, golf, hockey, soccer, swimming and tennis--plus 96 in lacrosse that ranked number one and 94 in football that ranked number three. All 11 Irish women’s programs had GSR rates ranking them first within their sports among the NCAA FBS subset of schools. Ten Irish men’s programs had GSR rates ranking them first within their sports: • Women’s basketball at 100 tied for first with 33 other schools. • Women’s cross country/track and field at 100 tied for first with 11 other schools. • Women’s crew/rowing at 100 tied for first with 10 other schools. • Women’s fencing at 100 tied for first with Duke, North Carolina, Northwestern, Ohio State and Stanford. • Women’s golf at 100 tied for first with 51 other schools. • Women’s lacrosse at 100 tied for first with 11 other schools. • Women’s soccer at 100 tied for first with 23 other schools. • Women’s softball at 100 tied for first with 24 other schools. • Women’s swimming at 100 tied for first with 18 other schools. • Women’s tennis at 100 finished tied for first with 68 other schools. • Women’s volleyball at 100 ranked tied for first with 43 other schools. • Baseball at 100 tied for first with Duke, Memphis, Miami (Fla.) and Stanford. • Men’s basketball at 100 tied for first with 10 other schools. • Men’s cross country/track and field at 100 tied for first – with Duke, Memphis, Michigan, New Mexico State, Stanford, Tulane, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest. • Men’s fencing at 100 tied for first with Boston College, Duke, North Carolina, Ohio State and Stanford.

• Men’s golf at 100 tied for first with 32 other schools. • Men’s hockey at 100 ranked first (tied with Bowling Green, Michigan, U.S. Air Force Academy). • Men’s soccer at 100 tied for first with Duke and Northwestern. • Men’s swimming at 100 tied for first with eight other schools. • Men’s tennis at 100 tied for first with 31 other schools. • Men’s lacrosse at 96 finished first (tied with the U.S. Naval Academy). • Football at 94 finished third (behind Northwestern at 97 and Rice at 96). Five Irish women’s programs had perfect 100 federal rates ranking them first within their sports among the NCAA FBS subset, while one program finished tied for second. Five Irish men’s programs had federal rates ranking them first within their sports (four with perfect 100 scores) among the NCAA FBS subset, while one program finished second, one in third and one finished in fourth place. The federal figures showed that-among Notre Dame’s women’s sports-crew/rowing, golf, lacrosse, tennis and volleyball achieved 100 percent scores. Women’s cross country/track and women’s soccer scored 94 and women’s swimming 93 among other Irish raw federal scores. Among Notre Dame’s men’s sports--fencing, golf, hockey and tennis achieved 100 percent federal scores. Swimming scored 95, cross country/track 94 and lacrosse 93 (ranking first) among other Irish men’s raw federal scores: • Women’s crew/rowing at 100 finished first (tied with Syracuse). • Women’s golf at 100 tied for first with 16 other schools. • Women’s lacrosse at 100 tied for first with Penn State and Stanford.

• Women’s tennis at 100 tied for first with 22 other schools. • Women’s volleyball at 100 tied for first with six other schools. • Men’s fencing at 100 tied for first with Stanford. • Men’s golf at 100 ranked tied for first with 11 other schools. • Men’s hockey at 100 ranked first-followed by Miami (Ohio) at 74. • Men’s lacrosse finished first at 93– followed by Duke (91) and Ohio State (88). • Men’s tennis at 100 tied for first with 12 other schools. • Men’s basketball at 83 ranked second behind Ohio University (86). • Women’s cross country/track and field at 94 ranked tied for second (with Ohio State) behind Northwestern (100). • Men’s soccer at 88 ranked third, behind Duke (100) and Northwestern (89). • Men’s swimming at 95 stood tied for fourth (with Purdue) behind Miami (Fla.), UNLV  and Stanford at 100. • Women’s soccer at 94 ranked tied for sixth (with Stanford), behind Boston College, Connecticut and Rice (all at 100), Michigan State and Wake Forest (both at 95). • Men’s cross country/track and field at 94 ranked tied for sixth--with Michigan and Wake Forest—behind Duke, New Mexico State, Stanford, Tulane (all at 100) and Ohio State (95). • Football at 75 ranked ninth, behind Northwestern (92), Stanford and Rice (89), Boston College (86), Duke (81), TCU (80), Wake Forest (77) and Fresno State (76). • Women’s swimming at 93 tied for ninth (with Michigan State and Virginia Tech) behind Buffalo, Fresno State, Michigan, Missouri and Stanford (at 100), North Carolina (96) and Rice and Georgia Tech (both at 95).

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