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BUCKNELL BISON2010 Men’s Lacrosse Welcome to Bison Lacrosse 2010 ROSTER

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Name Cl. Tim Brandau Sr. Sam Finnell Jr. Charlie Streep So. Cam Seligmann Jr. Christian Tucker Jr. John Collett Jr. Alex Lyons Jr. Jason Foreit Jr. Tom Thibeault So. Owen Bennett Fr. Mike Clenshaw So. Andrew Van Valkenburg So. Ryan Klipstein Jr. Jake Clarke Jr. Kyle O’Keefe Fr. Austin Winter Sr. Mike Fuentes Fr. Brandon Buchmayr Jr. Chris Palmer Sr. Jordan Nies Jr. Wills Miller Fr. Doug Emrich So. Chase Bailey Fr. Ryan Gutowski Fr. Clayton Albright Jr. Josh Briskman Fr. Ryan Bakker Sr. Kyle Feeney Fr. Billy Mattimore Fr. Ronjohn Dadd Fr. John Scally So. Mike Huffner Fr. Jason Neithamer So. Billy Eisenreich So. Spencer Kaplan So. Matt Spagnoli So. Nick Gantsoudes So. Mike Danylyshyn Jr. Dylan Burke Fr. Scott Monfort Sr.

Pos. A G M M F/O D D DM M A D DM M DM M A D M M DM F/O D A F/O M G M G A A LSM D D A DM D M A D LSM

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

Wt. 187 187 179 164 193 198 203 174 193 220 200 187 203 195 173 203 197 193 184 190 188 209 165 190 200 181 157 156 170 181 183 185 198 185 168 205 179 184 209 175

Hometown/Secondary School Owings Mills, Md./McDonogh Skillman, N.J./Deerfield Academy New Canaan, Conn./Loomis-Chaffee Essex Fells, N.J./Delbarton School Ringoes, N.J./Hunterdon Central Randolph, N.J./Delbarton School Owings Mills, Md./Boys’ Latin Norwalk, Conn./Norwalk Cockeysville, Md./Boys’ Latin Sudbury, Ontario/Lockerby Composite Santa Ana, Calif./Foothill Garden City, N.Y./Lawrenceville (N.J.) Califon, N.J./Rutgers Prep Cos Cob, Conn./Greenwich Madison, N.J./Hotchkiss School (Conn.) Boonton Twp., N.J./Mountain Lakes Huntington, N.Y./Cold Spring Harbor Darien, Conn./Darien Atlanta, Ga./The Lovett School Basking Ridge, N.J./Ridge Chester Springs, Pa./Haverford School Haverford, Pa./Haverford School Fairfield, Conn./Fairfield Prep Owings Mills, Md./Calvert Hall Wilmington, Del./Tatnall School Weston, Conn./Weston Ridgewood, N.J./Ridgewood Greenwich, Conn./Greenwich Tiburon, Calif./St. Ignatius Prep Ijamsville, Md./Urbana Short Hills, N.J./Delbarton Elmira, N.Y./Notre Dame Alexandria, Va./St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes Chatham, N.J./Chatham San Francisco, Calif./St. Ignatius Prep Stony Brook, N.Y./Ward Melville Redding, Conn./Avon Old Farms Fairport, N.Y./Fairport Maplewood, N.J./Seton Hall Prep Worthington, Ohio/Worthington

Head Coach: Frank Fedorjaka (Hobart ’89), 5th Season Assistant Coaches: Judd Lattimore (North Carolina ‘01), Joe Conner Jr. (Mount St. Mary’s ‘07)

• 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMP • 2005, 2009 PATRIOT LEAGUE REGULAR-SEASON CHAMP • 2001 NCAA TOURNAMENT PARTICIPANT • 46-15 PATRIOT LEAGUE RECORD OVER LAST 10 SEASONS

QUICK FACTS University Information Location: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, 17837 Founded: 1846 as the University at Lewisburg Enrollment: 3,583 Nickname: Bison Colors: Orange and Blue Affiliation: NCAA (Div. I), ECAC Conference: Patriot League (Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy) Stadium: Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium (13,100) President: Brian C. Mitchell Director of Athletics: John P. Hardt Senior Woman Administrator: Amanda Backus Dir. of Athletic Communications: Jon Terry Head Athletic Trainer: Mark Keppler Men’s Lacrosse Information Head Coach: Frank Fedorjaka Alma Mater: Hobart ‘89 Record at Bucknell: 36-24 (5th Season) Patriot League Record: 21-9 Career Record: 75-55 (10th Season) Assistant Coaches: Judd Lattimore, Joe Conner Jr. 2009 Record: 9-7, 6-0 Patriot League 2009 Conference Finish: 1st Postseason: PL Tournament runner-up Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 29/12 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/5 2010 Captains: Scott Monfort, Austin Winter Men’s Lacrosse Phone: (570) 577-3059 Email: fedorjak@bucknell.edu Web Page: www.BucknellBison.com Athletic Department FAX: (570) 577-1660 Men’s Lacrosse Address: Men’s Lacrosse Office, Langone Athletics & Recreation Center, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA 17837 Athletic Communications Contact: Jon Terry Phone: (570) 577-3121 E-Mail: terry@bucknell.edu Fax: (570) 577-1660 Credits: This book was written and edited by Bucknell’s Office of Athletic Communications. Photography by Marc Hagemeier, Ray Schuylmeyer and Art Foxall.

DID YOU KNOW: Bucknell ranks 25th in academic reputation among all U.S. liberal arts colleges.


What it means to

bE a bison

“... the pursuit of athletics in college need not interfere with a fellow’s studies, and if you give a boy a well developed body his brain will get the benefit of it.” — Christy Mathewson, in his book Won in the Ninth, written in 1910

The term “student-athlete” signifies something extraordinary on the campus of Bucknell University. Being a Bison means that you have the rare blend of physical skills along with the drive and passion needed to succeed at the highest level of collegiate athletics. Being a Bison also means that you are a scholar first and foremost. You believe that values associated with Division I athletics, such as time management, leadership, teamwork and grace under pressure, contribute to a well-rounded college experience. At Bucknell, our students, faculty and staff pride themselves as national leaders in upholding the scholar-athlete ideal that balances a challenging academic program with the demands of successful Division I athletics. Being a Bison means that you have pledged to be a student-athlete in the purest sense. In doing so, you will be rewarded for a lifetime. Senior Scott Monfort, a chemical engineering major with a 3.80 GPA, was one of a league-high 22 Bison named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in 2009.


2008-09 Academic All-District MARY PAVLOVICH

2008-09 Academic All-District PL Scholar-Athlete PL Goalie of Year ALYSSA DeLORENZ

2008-09 Academic All-District Arthur Ashe Award Winner SAM NANA-SINKAM

2008-09 Academic All-District LAUREN STOLLER

2008-09 Academic All-District BEN ALLEN

2008-09 Academic All-District MEGAN HATHAWAY

2008 PL Offensive Player of Year CONOR O’BRIEN

Bucknell Bison Athletics Setting the Standard of Excellence

Bucknell takes great pride in its commitment to excellence on and off the playing fields. From Presidents’ Cups to Academic All-Americans to graduation rates that are ranked annually in the national top-10, Bucknell is clearly at the head of the class when it comes to upholding the scholar-athlete ideal.

With three more Patriot League championships in 2008-09, Bucknell has now earned 73 crowns in 19 years in the league. In addition, Bucknell has had 100 conference players of the year, 83 PL coaches of the year and a whopping 476 individual league champions from sports such as cross country, track & field, swimming & diving, tennis and golf.

Bucknell has captured the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup, signifying the league’s all-sports champion, 15 times in the 19-year history of the affiliation, including 11 of the last 12 years. Bucknell claimed the overall and women’s Cup standings in 2008-09. It was the 12th straight year and the 15th time overall that the Bison took home the women’s title. In 2008-09, Bucknell won Patriot League titles in women’s indoor track & field, women’s rowing and men’s golf. Additionally, the baseball and men’s lacrosse teams captured regular-season titles.

According to federal data released by the NCAA in the fall of 2008, Bucknell’s four-year student-athlete graduation rate was second-highest in the nation among student-athletes who entered college between the 1998-99 and 2001-02 academic years. With a four-class average of 89 percent, Bucknell trailed only Davidson (92 percent) among all Division I institutions reporting federal graduation rates (the Ivy League and military academies do not report federal graduation rates). Georgetown, Notre Dame and Holy Cross were also at 89 percent. Bucknell’s student-athlete graduation rate is identical to its overall student-body average of 89 percent.

Bucknell has claimed a league-high 113 Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year since the league’s inception as an all-sports conference in 1990-91.

Bucknell ranks FIFTH in the nation (to Nebraska, Notre Dame, Penn State and Stanford) in total number of ESPN The Magazine All-America selections.

A total of 366 Bison appeared on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in 2008-09 after recording a GPA of 3.2 or better during their sport’s competition season. Among all BU student-athletes, 255 made the Dean’s List with GPAs of 3.5 or better in the spring of 2009.

24 of Bucknell’s 27 varsity squads posted team GPAs of 3.0 or better in the spring of 2009.

In addition to the 117 ESPN the Magazine Academic All-Americans produced since 1970, Bucknell has also claimed 276 Academic All-District honorees over the same span, including a school-record 22 in 2008-09.

A major element in ensuring Bucknell’s commitment to athletics excellence is the Kenneth G. Langone Athletics & Recreation Center, which opened fully in 2003. One of the finest collegiate athletics facilities of its kind, the center includes the 4,000-seat Sojka Pavilion, the Olympic class Kinney Natatorium, the Krebs Family Fitness Center and the Berger Family Weight Room. A Hall of Fame area, a display of Bucknell’s Medal of Honor recipients, a new Academic All-America wall, a sports medicine suite, modern offices for coaches and staff, and locker room and classroom space are also included in the facility’s layout.

2008-09 Academic All-District SARAH EBRIGHT

2008-09 Academic All-District PATRICK SELWOOD

2008-09 Academic All-District SHANNON PITSCH

2008-09 Arthur Ashe Award Winner KYLE ANTHONY

2008-09 Academic All-District CHELSEA BRINKMAN

2008-09 Academic All-District CHRIS YAMAGUCHI

2008-09 Academic All-District KEVIN MacLEOD


4x Patriot League Boat of the Year Member PAGE KANNOR

2008-09 Academic All-District KEVIN MULLEN

2008-09 Academic All-District AUBREY ROWE

2008-09 Academic All-District JON LOCKHART

2008-09 Academic All-District PL Offensive Player of Year JENNIFER DERVARICS

2008-09 Academic All-District ASHLEY CARLSON

2008-09 Academic All-District Arthur Ashe Award Winner JASON SOTO

Bucknell Bison Athletics

A National Model in Promoting the Scholar-Athlete Ideal Bucknell Athletics is first and foremost a student-centered organization, one that strives to be a national model when it comes to operating by a true scholar-athlete model. At Bucknell, student-athletes’ academic programs are their first priority, and providing a competitive Division I athletics program only advances the mission, values and residential learning goals of the university. To that end, the Department of Athletics and Recreation proactively seeks ways to assist student-athletes in their daily academic pursuits. Below are just some of the student-athlete support programs currently in place. FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE: The faculty athletics representative (FAR) is a member of the faculty or administrative staff who is designated to represent Bucknell in its relationships with the NCAA and the Patriot League. Bucknell’s FAR is Mitch Chernin, Professor of Biology. The FAR can enhance the student-athlete experience by promoting a balance between academics, athletics and the social lives of student-athletes, which affords them opportunities to enjoy the full range of collegiate experiences available to students generally. SIDELINE COACH PROGRAM: This program is a truly unique initiative in Division I college athletics, and it involves the invitation of a member of the faculty, administration, staff or community by one of Bucknell’s 27 varsity teams. The participant has the opportunity to discuss the overall program with the respective coaching staff, including practice preparation and strategy for the upcoming contest. The sideline coach attends a practice session and an actual intercollegiate competition, where he/she is introduced to the team and gains rarely seen insight into the relationships that exist between player-coach and player-player. The purpose of the Sideline Coaches Program is to foster a better understanding by the faculty and administration of the roles played by coaches and athletes in the university’s competitive intercollegiate athletic arena. ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT CENTER: In the Fall of 2005, the Department of Athletics opened a study/computer lab for student-athletes on the concourse level of Sojka Pavilion. The center is outfitted with computers, a laser printer, four television monitors and a projection unit with computer, VCR and DVD player. Additionally, the study lab can be used as a meeting place for group projects, tutorial area or just a secluded and quiet study space before or after practice. LAPTOP PROGRAM: The Department of Athletics owns a number of laptop computers that may be signed out by student-athletes for use on away trips. STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (SAAC): Representatives from each varsity team comprise the SAAC, which is designed to enhance the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting student-athlete welfare, and fostering a positive student-athlete image. The Committee is an invaluable resource for promoting communication between athletics administration and student-athletes; promoting communication between athletics and campus-wide administration; providing feedback and insight, as well as soliciting responses into department issues and proposed NCAA legislation; building a sense of community within the athletics program involving all athletics teams; organizing community service projects and efforts; creating a vehicle for student-athlete representation on campus-wide committees; serving as a collective voice of campus student-athletes; and disseminating information to the student-athlete body. OTHER PROGRAMMING: The Department of Athletics, through the identification of outside speakers and periodic “Brown Bag Luncheons,” thrives to enhance the quality of the student-athlete experience as well as to educate student-athletes on a variety of issues that may affect them throughout their collegiate career. Some recent topics of interest have been alcohol, nutrition, body image, hazing, sexuality, diversity, career development, study skills, religious life and gambling.

2008-09 Academic All-District ASHLEY BEANS

2008-09 Academic All-American CHRIS HENNINGS

2008-09 Academic All-District GILLIAN NORDQUIST

2009 PL Player of Year ANDREW COHEN

2009 Outdoor PL Field Athlete of Year AMY MANTUSH

2008-09 Academic All-District ANDREW BROUSE

2009 PL Defensive Player of Year BILLY HAIRE


This is Bucknell

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Bucknell University is one of the top liberal arts colleges in the nation. Our academic programs encompass: The traditional liberal arts disciplines—arts, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. Professional programs in accounting, management, education, engineering and music. Preprofessional programs in law and medicine.

With more than 3,500 undergraduates and nearly 150 graduate students, we combine the personal attention of a small college with the resources of a large university. The Campus: beautiful and centrally located

More than 100 facilities for learning, living and recreation. Recent additions: music building, residence hall, geology/psychology building, engineering building and athletics center. Phase III of the West Fields Complex features an all-chairback-seat covered grandstand, press box and support facility for Graham Field and Varsity Soccer Field. Approximately three hours from Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.

Academics: broad learning opportunities

More than 50 majors leading to bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of engineering, bachelor of science in education, bachelor of science in business administration or bachelor of music. Arts & Sciences Departments and Programs: Animal Behavior, Art and Art History, Biology, Cell Biology/Biochemistry, Chemistry, Classics, Comparative Humanities, Computer Science, East Asian Studies, Economics, Education, English, Environmental Geology, Environmental Studies, French, Geography, Geology, German, History, International Relations, Latin American Studies, Management, Mathematics, Music, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Physics and Astronomy, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Russian, Sociology and Anthropology, Spanish, Theatre and Dance, Women’s and Gender Studies. Engineering Departments: Biomedical, Chemical, Civil and Environmental, Computer Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical, Mechanical.

The Faculty: focused on students

More than 330 full-time faculty. More than 95% of faculty members hold doctoral degrees. Undergraduate learning is highest priority. Faculty members are active scholars who conduct research, produce creative works and publish their findings, often in collaboration with students.

Undergraduate Research

Students conduct research in the lab and off campus in conjunction with faculty mentors. High degree of independence. Great preparation for graduate school and career.

Campus Life: never a dull moment

Learning outside of class: academically oriented student organizations, guest lecturers, campus publications, concerts, art exhibitions, theatre, trips off campus and more. More than 150 student-run organizations to suit nearly every interest, from a capella singing to Zen Buddhist meditation. Volunteer and service projects on- and off-campus, including abroad. 13 fraternities and 6 sororities. Diverse religious life programs. Athletics: Division I varsity intercollegiate program, club sports for both men and women, and intramural programs.

RESIDENTIAL COLLEGES: housing options with an academic twist

Seven themed programs open to first-year students: arts, environment, global, humanities, language and culture, social justice, and society and technology. Students take a course together, live together, and participate in out-of-class activities such as informal discussions, guest lectures and off-campus trips.

career services: preparation for the future

Full- or part-time internships at companies, non-profits or governmental agencies. Resume writing and interviewing guidance. Two-day job shadowing externships. On-campus employment expos and off-campus networking nights.

visit campus: see bucknell for yourself

Tours are offered five times daily on weekdays and three times on Saturdays. No appointment is necessary for tours; other options may require reservations. Please go to www.bucknell.edu/admissions/calendar or call (570) 577-1101 for more information about visit options.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse Notable Bucknell Alumni Rob Andrews ‘79 Doreen Bolger ‘71 Edward Brawley 1875 Todd Buchholz ‘83 Ellen Bush ‘79 Susan Crawford ‘69 Jane Elfers ‘83 Ben Elliott ‘66 D’Anna Fortunato ‘67 Edward Herrmann ‘65 George Lea ‘79 Doug Lebda ‘92 Christy Mathewson 1902 John McPherson ‘83 Leslie Moonves ‘71 Mark Morganelli ‘77 Ann Morrison ‘70 Christine Richards ‘76 Daniel Richards ‘78 Philip Roth ‘54 Takeo Shiina ‘53 Garrett Van Wagoner ‘77 Bill Westenhofer ‘90

U.S. Congressman from New Jersey director, Baltimore Museum of Art first black graduate and later president of two southern colleges economist, author, former director of economic policy at the White House senior vice president of investments, Smith Barney, Inc. first woman chief justice of U.S. Court of Military Appeals president and CEO, Lord & Taylor VP of communications, N.Y. Stock Exchange; former speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan opera singer Emmy-award winning actor chief of construction, Army Corps of Engineers founder of LendingTree.com Hall of Fame major league baseball pitcher syndicated cartoonist, “Close to Home” president and CEO, CBS Corporation jazz trumpeter; record producer founder, New Leaders Institute; author, Breaking the Glass Ceiling executive vice president, general counsel and secretary, FedEx Corporation VP and secretary, Orgill, Inc.; chief financial officer, Rock Island Corporation Pulitzer Prize winner; one of America’s foremost contemporary novelists former chairman of IBM Japan Ltd. president of Van Wagoner Capital Management animator; supervised visual effects for Babe: Pig in the City and Chronicles of Narnia

Clockwise from top: Hall of Famer Christy Mathewson, Judge Susan Crawford, Ben Elliott, Dr. Bart Griffith

Notable Bucknell Lacrosse Alumni Tim Ainslie ‘80 Stuart Berger ‘81 Hollis Brown ‘69 Dr. Kevin Cooke ‘76 Robert D’Alessandro ‘90 Ed Farver ‘69 David Ferrara ‘87 Cmdr. John Floyd ‘81 Bruce Graham ‘81 Dr. Bartley Griffith ‘70 Dr. Erik Herrema ‘93 Scott Johnson ‘76 James Kirkley, PhD ‘73 Lou Kissling ‘71 Dr. Michael Lewis ‘68 James McKee ‘69 John Morris ‘82 Peter Murtha ‘75 Mark Reilly ‘76 John Richards ‘70 Donald Shassian ‘77 Vincent Shock ‘72 Fred Smith ‘69 Todd Streelman, PhD ‘93 Barry Sullivan ‘67 Ralph Turri ‘76 Peter Von Hoffmann ‘79 Justin Zackey ‘94

partner, physical therapy practice state circuit court judge project executive, Exxon Mobil Corp. emergency physician president, industiral gases company general manager of Napa Valley winery entrepeneur director, Navy Crisis Team president, investment firm chief of cardiac surgery at University of Maryland Medical Center veterinarian CEO, electrical contracting firm college professor and minister property tax consultant, CB Commercial Real Estate dentist and adventurer president, engineering firm CEO, investment firm lawyer, U.S. Government VP, ESPN CEO, national fitness firm CFO, communications firm president, citrus wine company president, Siemens Government Services genetic research on sharks VP, Armstrong World Industries partner, orthopaedic center teacher and lacrosse coach college professor, political geography

Left: Ed Farver; Top: Stu Berger; Bottom: Todd Streelman

DID YOU KNOW: Six months after graduation, 93% of the Class of 2008 was employed or in graduate school.

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Austin Winter is one of five two-time AllAmericans in program history.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium: The home of Bison lacrosse, football and track & field.

Bucknell Athletics Facilities THE KENNETH LANGONE ATHLETICS & RECREATION CENTER

Senior attackman Tim Brandau enters the 2010 season with 98 career points.

The Bucknell University Department of Athletics and Recreation prides itself on setting the standard of excellence when it comes to success both on the playing fields and in the classroom. With 15 Patriot League Presidents’ Cups in 19 years, national leadership in graduation rates, 118 Academic All-Americans in 39 years and 114 Patriot League Scholar-Athletes in 19 years, Bucknell is clearly at the head of the class in terms of upholding the scholar-athlete model. The addition of the Kenneth G. Langone Athletics and Recreation Center, one of the finest collegiate athletics and recreation venues of its kind, ensures the continuation of that success. The facility enhances each of Bucknell’s 27 varsity programs and greatly expands the scope of its growing intramural and recreational sports offerings. A visually appealing structure located along Moore Avenue on the “downhill” side of campus, the Langone Athletics and Recreation Center was designed to reach out to all members of the campus community, including the student body, varsity student-athletes, faculty, staff and alumni. Three primary venues lie within the facility: the Arthur D. Kinney Jr. Natatorium, the 4,000-seat Gary A. Sojka Pavilion and the Krebs Family Fitness Center. Other features include a new location for the Bucknell Athletics Hall of Fame, a display of Bucknell’s Congressional Medal of Honor recipients, a brand new display highlighting Bucknell’s all-time Academic All-Americans, a sports medicine and athletic training suite, classrooms, modern offices for coaches and staff and increased locker room space for varsity and recreational athletes. The facility is named in honor of Ken Langone, a 1957 Bucknell graduate who, along with his wife Elaine, pledged $11 million toward the center’s construction. Langone was a member of the university Board of Trustees from 1980 to 1996. One of the special qualities of the Langone Athletics and Recreation Center is the manner in which it supplements the pre-existing facilities. The construction surrounds Gerhard Fieldhouse and historic Davis Gymnasium, which has been restored as a competition venue for the Bison wrestling and volleyball teams, as well as intramural, recreation and other varsity practice activities. As Bucknell continues to strive toward its mission of setting the standard of excellence in college athletics, the Langone Athletics and Recreation Center becomes the centerpiece in an already impressive cache of athletics facilities that includes the 13,100-seat Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium and its newly installed FieldTurf and 8-lane track surface; the scenic Bucknell Golf Club; Depew Field, the home of the Bison baseball team that will debut a new FieldTurf surface in 2010; the West Fields softball diamond; and Emmitt Field and Graham Field at Holmes Stadium, the new portion of the West Fields project that includes covered grandstand seats, ticket and concession areas, team rooms, a training room and a press box area for soccer, field hockey and women’s lacrosse.

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DID YOU KNOW: Bucknell has an undergraduate student-faculty ratio of 11-to-1.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse

2010 Season Preview The Bucknell men’s lacrosse team in 2010 returns as much offensive ammunition as anyone in the Patriot League, a resurgent faceoff unit and plenty of talented defenders to make up for some key graduation losses there. Perhaps more importantly, the Bison veterans return this spring with a feeling that there is some unfinished business to take care of. A year ago the Bison ran the table in Patriot League play, parlaying a perfect 6-0 conference record into the program’s first experience hosting the Patriot League Tournament. After dispatching Army in the semifinals, Bucknell dropped an agonizing 9-8 verdict to Navy in the championship game, spoiling a “what might have been” season. All told, the Bison were 9-7 in 2009. Four of those seven setbacks came by one goal, and two others were competitive losses to teams ranked in the top six (Duke, Notre Dame). Ultimately a reversal of one or two of those close losses might have meant a bid to the NCAA Tournament. And that will be a key motivating factor for the Orange & Blue heading into 2010. “We are to the point in our program now where we would be disappointed not to win a Patriot League championship,” said reigning league coach of the year Frank Fedorjaka. “That is our primary goal every year, and all of our preparation is geared toward winning the Patriot League. We feel like we have worked hard to take that next step.” Offensively, Bucknell returns seven of the nine men who scored three or more goals last season. Heading the list is two-time All-American Austin Winter, who is already one of the highest scoring and most decorated players in program history. Winter, a team co-captain this season along with Scott Monfort, had 17 goals and 32 assists in 15 games last season, and he is one of just five Bison laxmen to record 150 career points. “All of those accolades do not affect him at all,” said Fedorjaka of Winter. “He brings passion every day in practice. His work ethic is what has made him a great player, and it has rubbed off on his teammates.” But Bucknell’s attack unit is more than just Winter. Fellow senior Tim Brandau starts for the fourth straight year and has 98 career points, and junior Mike Danylyshyn moves back to his natural attack position after playing midfield for two years. Danylyshyn, who had 16 goals and nine assists last season, gives the Bison a lefthanded presence up front as he replaces 100-goal scorer Joe Mele.

In the offensive midfield, 2009 Patriot League Rookie of the Year Charlie Streep is already one of the best around. Streep took the league by storm a year ago, producing 25 goals and seven assists as a rookie. He had three gamewinning goals, including a miraculous buzzerbeater against Navy in March, and his teammates and coaches had enough confidence in him that he had the ball in his stick in key moments of tight games throughout the year. Senior Chris Palmer and junior Ryan Klipstein will likely join Streep on the first line, with senior Brandon Buchmayr, sophomore Nick Gantsoudes and freshman Kyle O’Keefe comprising a potent second line. “We do have a lot of offensive firepower,” said Fedorjaka. “We feel like if we can play the defense that we are accustomed to, we can be right there at the end.” Going into last season, the major concern was at the faceoff X. That issue disappeared quickly thanks to Jake Clarke. Now a junior, the former walk-on not only won the faceoff job, he became one of the best in the nation and broke numerous school records along the way. A First Team All-Patriot League selection, Clarke broke Bucknell marks for faceoff wins (163) and grounds balls (98) in a season, and he ranked among the national leaders in both categories. This year Fedorjaka feels like he has two more top-notch faceoff specialists in freshmen Ryan Gutowski and Wills Miller, which could mean Clarke would see more time on the wings, where his speed and ground ball ability would be put to even better use. Regardless, Clarke will certainly remain on the field even more this year, as he is also perhaps the team’s top returning short-stick defensive midfielder. This is the position that was hit hardest by graduation, as 2009 regulars Michael Cooke, John Togneri and Doug Buckley do not return. Joining Clarke in this important unit will be two much-improved players who are long on talent but short on experience: junior Jason Foreit and sophomore Andrew Van Valkenburg. Billy Haire, a 2009 All-American and Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year who started every game over the last four years, and twoyear starter Tom Izard have been lost on close defense, but the Bison will not be as green as might be expected there. Junior John Collett is back after starting every game and performing very well a year ago. Joining him on the top close defense unit will be junior Alex Lyons and sophomore Jason

DID YOU KNOW: Half of Bucknell’s classes have 17 students or fewer.

Neithamer. A former standout at prep power Boys’ Latin, Lyons has paid his dues as a mandown defender and fourth defenseman for the last two seasons, and has seen plenty of field time. Neithamer, meanwhile, was fantastic as a long-stick defensive midfielder as a freshman last season, and he will likely inherit Haire’s role as the No. 1 stopper assigned to the opposition’s best attackman. Another very talented sophomore in ground-ball machine John Scally joins Monfort, a four-year regular, as the top poles. Also keep an eye on freshman Mike Huffner, who had an outstanding fall season and will likely see time at both close defense and long-stick d-middie. Bucknell has had incredible stability at the goalie position for the last decade, as the Bison have had only three regular netminders over the last 10 years. The last of those, 2009 Patriot League Goalie of the Year Nick Sciubba, has now graduated. So has his trusty sidekick Matt Antonelli, who also had several big moments over the last few years. Breaking in a new starting goalie has been such a rarity at Bucknell that when it does happen it naturally leads to some uncertainty within the program. Fortunately, junior Sam Finnell eased much of that nervousness with a very solid fall ball campaign, and he enters the season as the No. 1 goalie. Finnell played in three games totaling about 16 minutes last season. He is inexperienced, but he is a terrific athlete who is capable of making the tough save and is strong in clearing situations. Freshmen Kyle Feeney and Josh Briskman back up Finnell. “Our fortunes will probably boil down to our defense,” predicted Fedorjaka, whose unit ranked No. 12 in goals against and No. 5 in mandown efficiency last season. “Billy Haire made huge plays for us and took on that lead role for four years, and now others are going to have to step up. The good news is that it’s not like these guys are brand new. They have all played other roles in the past, and they played very well together in the fall. It is going to be tough to replace all of the minutes we lost, but I really like the talent we have back there.” The 2010 squad will only feature six seniors, but Fedorjaka likes his team’s makeup as it prepares for the season opener against Duke in Atlanta on Feb. 13. “We don’t have many seniors, but our senior leadership has been outstanding,” said Fedorjaka. “Our team chemistry is great, and it has probably been my most pleasant surprise.”

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Junior Jake Clarke broke team records for ground balls and faceoff wins last season.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse ryan bakker • 28 ridgewood, n.j. 5-9 • 157 • Sr • mid

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP 6 2 3 11

G 0 0 1 1

A 3 0 0 3

P 3 0 1 4

GB 0 0 2 2

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Appeared in three games … Scored first career goal in win over Holy Cross … Attempted three shots in that game, all on goal, and had two ground balls … In 2008: Played in two games as a backup attackman … Saw action against Duke and Mount St. Mary’s … Attempted one shot … In 2007: Played in six games off the bench as a reserve attackman … Contributed three assists, two against Holy Cross and one against Mount St. Mary’s … Personal: Parents are Edward and Fran Bakker ... Has two siblings, Brett and Casey ... Father played basketball at Iona ... Born Apr. 18, 1988 in Ridgewood, N.J. ... Three-year letterman in lacrosse at Ridgewood High School ... As a senior was named Second Team All-Suburban and Second Team All-North Jersey ... 2006 Star Ledger “Player to Watch” ... Peak 200 All-Star … Economics major … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member … 4.0 GPA in fall 2009 ... Frank Fedorjaka on Bakker: “Ryan has worked very hard and has maintained positive attitude regardless of his role. He has shown a lot of leadership, and his tremendous quickness has made our first-line defense better.”

brandon buchmayr • 18 DARIEN, conn. 6-2 • 193 • SR • mid

Year 2009 Total

GP 16 16

G 5 5

A 1 1

P 6 6

GB 2 2

FO 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Had a successful debut season with the Bison … Played in all 16 games as a second-line midfielder … Recorded five goals and an assist … First Bucknell goal came in league win over Lafayette … Scored two goals vs. Denver and had a goal and an assist in the title-clinching win at Colgate … Also scored against Towson … Before Bucknell: Began career at Hobart and scored four goals as a freshman middie in 2006 ... Transferred to Marymount College in Palos Verdes, Calif., a two-year school with no varsity athletics program ... Successfully founded a club lacrosse team at Marymount ... Personal: Son of Sig and Renee Buchmayr ... Born Jan. 23, 1987 in Norwalk, Conn. ... Has a brother, Trevor ... 2005 graduate of Darien High School, where he was a teammate of Bucknell defenseman Billy Haire ... Earned High School All-America honors as a senior ... Also an all-state selection ... Elected team captain ... Was an all-league cornerback in football … Majoring in history ... Frank Fedorjaka on Buchmayr: “Brandon has gotten himself back in good lacrosse shape after two years away from Division I competition. This year he is much more consistent, his skills are better and his shot on the run is much improved. His understanding of our system is very good, and he is a key part of our second midfield line.”

tim brandau • 1 owings mills, md. 5-11 • 187 • Sr • atk

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total Senior Brandon Buchmayr had a solid debut season with the Bison in 2009.

GP G A P 15 27 10 37 15 29 6 35 16 20 6 26 46 76 22 98

GB 29 15 21 65

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

with Navy in PL Championship game scored three goals … Also had a hat trick in regularseason win over Lehigh … Had two-goal games vs. Ohio State, Holy Cross, Penn State and Colgate … Scored two EMO goals and collected 21 ground balls … .435 shooting percentage was No. 2 on team … In 2008: Turned in another outstanding season, despite some lingering injuries … Started every game and led the team with 29 goals … Second on the squad with 35 points … Ranked fourth in the Patriot League in goals per game and eighth in points per game … Led the league with seven man-up goals … Led the team and ranked eighth in the league with 76 shots … Scored a career-high five goals and tied career best with six points against Mount St. Mary’s … Had three goals and an assist and scored the game-winning goal in a 12-10 win over Towson … Also had a hat trick in the regular-season finale against Colgate … Had 10 multi-goal games and tallied at least once in 14 of 15 games … Scored a big fourth-quarter goal in the Patriot League Tournament win over Army … In 2007: Had a big rookie year for Bucknell, starting every game at attack and finishing with 37 points on 27 goals and 10 assists … Led all Patriot League freshmen and ranked sixth overall in goals with 27 … Ranked ninth in the Patriot League and third among freshmen in total points … Named Patriot League Rookie of the Week and Damon’s Bison Athlete of the Week after scoring the game-winning goal in overtime against Hobart in the second game of the season … Scored a season-high six points (4g, 2a) vs. Mount St. Mary’s … Also logged four goals against Holy Cross and Colgate … The latter performance came in the Patriot League Tournament, when he scored three straight goals in the final minutes in Bucknell’s nearly miraculous comeback … Scored three of the team’s six goals in a 6-5 win at Army … First collegiate goal came just 5:50 into the season opener against St. John’s … Had nine multi-goal games … Personal: Son of Mimi, and Mark and Trish ... Has an older brother Mark and younger brothers Matt and Chris ... Born Jan. 5, 1988 in Baltimore ... Lettered in lacrosse and football at McDonogh ... In lax was team scoring leader with 66 points as a senior and was named to the Maryland Freestate Team ... In football was an all-league selection ... Also named team captain and co-MVP … Major is history … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member ... Frank Fedorjaka on Brandau: “Tim has gotten better every year, and this year is no exception. He has improved his left hand and has gotten even quicker and stronger. We expect him to have his best year, and he comes into his senior year playing his best lacrosse.”

scott monfort • 44 worthington, ohio 5-10 • 175 • Sr • LSM

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP 10 14 12 36

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0

GB 3 20 1 24

FO 3-8 0-1 0-0 3-9

Team co-captain in 2010 … In 2009: Played in 12 games at long-stick defensive midfield, missing four due to injury … One of the leaders of a defense that ranked second in the league and 12th in the nation in scoring defense at 7.98 goals per game … Part of a man-down unit also ranked No. 2 in the conference and fifth nationally after killing penalties at an 80.0 percent clip … In 2008: Long-stick defensive midfielder who played in 14 games with four starts … Collected 20 ground balls, many coming on the wings on faceoffs … Season-high four ground balls in 7-4 regular-season win over Army … Had two or more ground balls eight times … In 2007: Played in 10 games as a backup defenseman … Credited with three ground balls … Personal: Parents are Greg and Susan Monfort ... Has two brothers, Chad and Eric ... Born July 30, 1987 in Worthington, Ohio ... Two-sport star in football and lacrosse at Thomas Worthington High School ... In lax was a team captain and First Team All-Midwest ... Team defensive MVP ... Two-time All-Ohio selection ... In football was team captain and second team all-conference ... Team’s offensive back of the year ... Conference scholar-athlete … Majoring in chemical engineering … Member of Dean’s List and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll … Has highest GPA on team (3.80) ... Frank Fedorjaka on Monfort: “Scott has done a great job in a leadership role. He has been on the field on defense all four years and brings the most experience on the team on defense. He can play both long-stick midfield and close defense, and he knows our system better than anyone.”

Enters senior season with 98 career points … 76 career goals are 10 shy of Bucknell all-time top-10 … In 2009: Ranked among the team scoring leaders for the third straight year … Started all 16 games at attack, recording 26 points on 20 goals and six assists … Ranked fourth on the team in both goals and points … Had nine goals and four assists in Patriot League play … Finished season red-hot with 14 goals in final seven games … Dished career-high three assists in big home win over Navy … In rematch

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BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse chris palmer • 19 atlanta, ga. 6-0 • 184 • Sr • mid

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP G 0 0 11 2 16 10 27 12

A P 0 0 1 3 1 11 2 14

GB 0 4 8 12

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Had best season yet for the Bison, producing 10 goals and an assist while playing in all 16 contests on the second midfield unit … Scored a goal in nine different games and had goals in nine of the final 11 games of the year … Scored twice, including the game-winner, in Bucknell’s 19-11 win at Colgate that clinched the Patriot League regular-season title … Pocketed the team’s first goal of the game in the PL championship game vs. Navy … Scored a big third-quarter goal against Penn State that broke a tie … Logged a goal and an assist in a win over Denver … Credited with eight ground balls, with a high of three against Ohio State … In 2008: Played in 11 games for the Bison, with his minutes picking up late in the year as he continued to recover from a leg injury … Scored a goal in the Patriot League championship game against Colgate … Also had a goal and an assist in a league win at Holy Cross, his first career points … Had two goals and one assist on the season … In 2007: Limited due to injury … Personal: Parents are Bernard and Mary Ann Palmer ... Has an older brother, Justin, and a younger brother, Cory ... Father played football and baseball at UConn ... Born Jan. 26, 1988 in Watertown, Conn. ... Lettered three times each in football and lacrosse at The Lovett School ... High School All-American in lax as a senior ... Also a first team all-state selection ... Second team all-state as a junior ... Elected football team captain as a senior … Major is economics … Member of the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... Frank Fedorjaka on Palmer: “Chris is playing his best lacrosse going into his final year. He is healthy and now has a full season of experience to draw on. He has improved his off hand and has plenty of quickness to create shots for himself.”

austin winter • 16 boonton twp., n.j. 6-4 • 203 • Sr • atk

Year 2007 2008 2009 Total

GP G 15 20 15 19 15 17 45 56

A P 29 49 33 52 32 49 94 150

GB 21 23 20 64

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Team co-captain in 2010 … Is the fifth two-time All-American in program history (Bucknell has never had a three-time All-American) … Ranks 3rd on Bucknell’s career assists chart (94) and 5th on the career points list (150) … Ranks 8th on Patriot League career assists list and needs 10 points to join top 10 on PL career points list ... Has a point in 44 of 45 career games … In 2009: Garnered Honorable Mention All-America plaudits for the second year in a row … Became only the second Bucknell player in the Patriot League era to earn three consecutive first-team all-league nods (Chris Cara 2003-05) and the first to do it in his first three seasons … In 15 starts at attack (missed one game due to injury), produced 17 goals, 32 assists, 49 points … Led the Patriot League in assists for the third straight year … That total was eighthhighest on Bucknell single-season list … Ranked fifth in the PL in points per game … Ranked fifth among all Division I players in assists per game and 17th in points per game … Had multiple points in all but two of his 15 games … Season-high six points against Lehigh (2-4) and also had four five-point games, the last coming against Navy in the Patriot League championship game when he had two goals and three assists … Passed out season-high five assists against Holy Cross and had four each against Duke and Lehigh … Collected 20 ground balls … Named to Tewaaraton Trophy Watch List for second straight year … In 2008: Earned Honorable Mention All-America and First Team All-Patriot League honors after a second straight exceptional season … Cemented a place among the nation’s elite attackmen … Led the Patriot League in both points and assists per game for the second year in a row … Became the first player in school history to earn first team all-conference honors as both a freshman and sophomore … Finished with 19 goals and 33 assists for 52 points, setting career highs in both assists and points … The 33 assists were tied for fifth-most in a season in Bucknell history, while the 52 points ranked 11th … His 2.20 assists per game ranked No. 2 in the nation, trailing only First Team All-American Matt Danowski of Duke … 3.47 points per game ranked No. 18 in Division I … Tied a Patriot League Tournament record with five assists

in Bucknell’s 8-7 semifinal win over top-seeded Army … Also had a goal in that game, meaning he had a hand in six of the team’s eight goals … Added a goal and an assist in the championship game against Colgate, giving him eight points for the tournament and a spot on the All-Tournament Team … Registered a point in every game and multiple points in 13 out of 15 … Tallied a career-high nine points on three goals and six assists in a 12-10 win over Towson … The six assists were the third-most in a game in Division I lacrosse in 2008, while the nine points were fourth-most … Also had six-point games against Ohio State, Lehigh and Army … Scored the game-tying goal late in regulation against Ohio State in a game Bucknell later won in triple-overtime … Had two goals and four assists against the Buckeyes … Credited with five assists in the Lehigh win … Scored a hat trick and dished an assist against Colgate in the regular season … Scored two of Bucknell’s three goals in a 4-3 overtime loss at Navy … Named Patriot League Player of the Week after the Towson game … Earned spot on Tewaaraton Trophy Watch List … In 2007: Exploded into collegiate lacrosse with a huge debut season and was named Patriot League Rookie of the Year … Earned a starting berth from day one and made an immediate impact, leading the Patriot League in both points (49) and assists (29) as a freshman … Ranked eighth nationally in assists per game and 24th in points per game … Became the first Bucknell freshman to earn First Team All-Patriot League honors … Had a point in every game and multiple points in 14 out of 15 … Enjoyed a seven-point day against Holy Cross with four goals and three assists … Handed out three assists in a game seven times … Had a goal and three assists in the season opener against St. John’s … Scored his first goal just over five minutes into his very first game … In his second career game he assisted on Perry Menzies’ dramatic tying goal in the final minute of regulation, helping Bucknell to an overtime win over Hobart … Tossed in two big second-half goals in the 6-5 win at Army … Also had two critical fourth-quarter goals in the 7-5 win over Penn State … Twice named Patriot League Rookie of the Week … Personal: Parents are Bill and Joanne Winter ... Has two brothers, Chase and Connor ... Father played lacrosse at Wilkes and was an assistant coach at Bucknell in the 1970s ... Born Apr. 8, 1988 in Morristown, N.J. ... Played football, basketball and lacrosse at Mountain Lakes High School ... Lax All-American and New Jersey Attackman of the Year ... First Team All-State ... All-conference in all three sports ... Captained lax and basketball teams … Major is political science ... Frank Fedorjaka on Winter: “Austin is certainly the kind of guy who can change the complexion of a game in many different ways. He has gotten stronger and seems to be peaking athletically, and he is thriving in our new offense. He is doing a terrific job as captain, and I’ve been impressed with his leadership. All the accolades he has received has not affected him at all. He plays with passion every day in practice. His work ethic has made him a great player.”

clayton albright • 26 wilmington, del. 6-0 • 200 • jr • mid

Year 2008 2009 Total

GP 2 2 4

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

P 0 0 0

GB 2 0 2

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Appeared in two games, vs. Holy Cross and Lehigh … Attempted one shot … In 2008: Played in two games, tallying three shots and two ground balls … Appearances came against Mount St. Mary’s and Lehigh … Personal: Son of Cam and Randie Albright … Has a sister, Alexandra, who played field hockey at Connecticut College … Born July 3, 1988 in Wilmington, Del. ... Four-sport athlete at the Tatnall School … Became the first student-athlete in Tatnall history to earn 13 varsity letters … Lettered four times each in lacrosse, soccer and swimming, and once in football … Captained the lacrosse, soccer and swim teams … U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American … Four-time all-state selection in swimming and three-time all-state pick in lax … State champion in the 200-yard freestyle … Named all-conference three times in lacrosse, swimming and soccer, and once in football, where he doubled as a placekicker … Named The News Journal Player of the Week after scoring 13 goals in two games on a spring trip to North Carolina … Selected to play in the high school North-South game … Majoring in environmental studies ... Frank Fedorjaka on Albright: “Clayton is one of the most improved players on the team. He worked very hard over the summer to transform his physique. He is bigger, stronger and faster than ever, and he is next in line to break into the No. 2 midfield.”

DID YOU KNOW: Every course is taught by a member of the faculty, of which 62% are tenured and more than 95% hold Ph.Ds.

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Senior middie Chris Palmer scored a career-high 10 goals last season.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse jake clarke • 14 cos cob, conn. 6-1 • 195 • jr • DM

Year 2008 2009 Total

GP 8 15 23

G 0 1 1

A 0 3 3

P GB FO 0 11 0-0 4 98 163-282 4 109 163-282

In 2009: Made a major transformation as a sophomore, becoming one of the nation’s best faceoff men … Earned First Team All-Patriot League honors … Won 163 of 282 attempts (.578) … Ranked No. 6 nationally in faceoff percentage after ranking No. 1 for a time in the middle of the season … Ranked No. 4 in the nation in ground balls per game (6.53) … 98 ground balls broke the school record by 16 (Alex Rudis had 82 in 1999) and was the second-highest total in league history … 163 faceoff wins were also a school record, and the .578 percentage was second-best … Had a memorable night against Penn State, winning a school-record 20 of 21 at the X while collecting a school-record 13 ground balls … Won more than half his draws in 11 of 15 games … Also reached double figures in ground balls with 10 against Colgate in the regular season title-clinching win … Added two assists against the Raiders … Scored first career goal in win over Lehigh … Also had an assist against Ohio State … Had nine ground balls vs. Army, eight vs. Denver and Ohio State … Not just a faceoff specialist, also was a regular at short-stick defensive midfield … Named Patriot League Defensive Player of Week on March 23 … In 2008: Made the team as a walk-on in the fall and was one of the most improved players in the program by season’s end … Was in the regular short-stick defensive midfield rotation during the last six games of the season … Played in eight games total, recording 11 ground balls … Picked up three ground balls against Army in the Patriot League Tournament and three against Colgate in the regular-season finale … Personal: Parents are Pat and Sue Clarke … Has three older siblings, Traci, Danny and Kelly … Father played lacrosse and football at Nichols College … Brother Danny played lacrosse and football at Bentley … Born Aug. 19, 1989 in Greenwich, Conn. … Lettered four times in wrestling and twice each in football and lacrosse at Greenwich High School … All-state and All-Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Confernece in lacrosse, where he captained the team to a state runner-up finish … Two-time All-FCIAC champion in wrestling … Also elected wrestling team captain … Football team captured state and conference championships … Majoring in economics ... Frank Fedorjaka on Clarke: “Jake is one of the best athletes on the team, an absolute warrior who is one of the best ground ball guys I’ve ever coached. He is a very talented faceoff guy, but he could also be our best wing man and our best short-stick defensive middie. Jake has a really good understanding of our defense and will play more there this year.”

john collett • 6 randolph, n.j. 6-2 • 198 • jr • def

Year 2008 2009 Total

Junior John Collett will be in his second season as a starting defenseman in 2010.

GP 4 16 20

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

P 0 0 0

GB 3 17 20

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Earned a starting berth on close defense and turned in a strong sophomore season … Part of a defense that ranked second in the league and 12th in the nation in scoring defense at 7.98 goals per game … Man-down unit also ranked No. 2 in the conference and fifth nationally after killing penalties at an 80.0 percent clip … Picked up 17 ground balls, with a high of three at Colgate … In 2008: Came along nicely throughout his rookie season and was the team’s fourth close defenseman at the end of the year … Played in both Patriot League Tournament games against Army and Colgate, and saw action in four games overall … Credited with three ground balls, two coming in the league championship game … Personal: Son of Doug and Kelly Collett … Has three siblings, Mike, Maggie and Annie … Father played football at Bucknell and graduated with the Class of 1982 … Mother is also a 1982 Bucknell grad … Brother, Mike, plays lacrosse at Navy … Born May 10, 1989 in Baltimore, Md. … Was a starting defenseman on a powerful Delbarton squad that was ranked as high as No. 1 in the state of New Jersey and No. 3 in the nation in 2007 … Team saw its 31-game winning streak and its run of three straight state titles end with a loss to Mountain Lakes in the championship game … Part of a defense that allowed less than five goals per game in 2007 and yielded 10 or more goals only twice in four years … Team finished 21-1 for the second straight year

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… Earned first team all-league and honorable mention all-state honors in lax … As a junior had 37 ground balls on a team that went 21-1 and won the state title … Also a first-team all-conference football player … Majoring in elementary education … Member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and Dean’s List ... Frank Fedorjaka on Collett: “John is entering his second year as a starter and is a very smart player who knows the defense well. He is extremely versatile, with an ability to guard big, strong guys and small, quick guys. We can match him with any style player. He stays on the field on all of our clears and has become a very physical, solid Division I defender.”

mike danylyshyn • 42 fairport, n.y. 5-9 • 184 • jr • atk

Year 2008 2009 Total

GP G A P 15 8 8 16 16 16 9 25 31 24 17 41

GB 4 20 24

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Played in every game as a sophomore, with 11 starts at midfield … Tied for fifth on the team in scoring with 25 points on 16 goals and nine assists … Ranked second on the team in assists behind Austin Winter … Led the Patriot League with nine man-up goals … Helped EMO unit rank No. 6 nationally at 44.4% … Scored career-high four goals in win over Lehigh … All four goals came on EMO … Also had a four-point day with a goal and three assists in win over Denver … Had two goals, one assist against both Holy Cross and Colgate, and two goals vs. Air Force … Tallied a goal and an assist in Patriot League championship game vs. Navy … Corralled 20 ground balls, with a high of four against Air Force … In 2008: Had a solid rookie year, playing in all 15 games with two starts … Tied for fourth on the team in scoring with 16 points (8 goals, 8 assists) … Scored three EMO goals … Scoring picked up in second half of season … Tallied 14 points in final eight games and had at least one point in seven of last eight … One of best games came in 7-4 home win over Army, when he logged two goals and an assist … Named Patriot League Rookie of the Week after that game … Also had a three-point day against Lehigh with a goal and two assists … Scored two goals against Penn State, including a tally late in the fourth quarter that broke a tie … Scored a goal against Colgate in the Patriot League championship game … Tied for fifth in Patriot League rookie scoring … Personal: Son of Jim and Julie Danylyshyn … Has three siblings, Steph, Jenn and Stephen … Born Aug. 15, 1989 in Fairport, N.Y. … Lettered four times each in hockey and lacrosse at Fairport High School … Named to Inside Lacrosse “Top 100 Incoming Freshman” list (No. 94) … 2007 U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American … Elected team captain … Had a 76-point season (45G, 31A) for Fairport (N.Y.) High School, when he earned all-county honors for the second year in a row … Four-year starting attackman … Won a silver medal in lacrosse at the 2006 Empire State Games … Also the captain of Fairport’s Section 5 champion hockey team … Majoring in civil engineering at Bucknell … Member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and Dean’s List ... Frank Fedorjaka on Danylyshyn: “Mike is moving back to his natural attack position. It is nice to have a lefty there, and he gives us good firepower there with Austin Winter and Tim Brandau. Mike is a terrific rider and ground ball guy, and he can really finish on the left side. He is a great competitor who is good at both feeding and carrying the ball.”

sam finnell • 2 skillman, n.j. 6-1 • 187 • jr • gk

Year GP GA GAA SV Pct. W-L 2008 0 0 0.00 0 — 0-0 2009 3 2 7.54 1 .333 0-0 Total 3 2 7.54 1 .333 0-0

In 2009: Once again was the No. 3 goalie behind the strong senior duo of Nick Sciubba and Matt Antonelli … Did make three relief appearances, allowing two goals while making one save … Action came against Air Force, Holy Cross and Lehigh … In 2008: Served as Bucknell’s No. 3 goalie behind veterans Sciubba and Antonelli … Personal: Parents are Sam and Molly Finnell … Has two sisters, Maggie and Louise … Born Sept. 15, 1988 in Manhasset, N.Y. … Played both lacrosse and hockey at Princeton High School, then during a postgrad year at Deerfield Academy … At Princeton was a two-time all-state, all-area and All-Pitt Division selection … Princeton Packet and Trentonian Player of the Year … Had a .759 save percentage as a senior … Team captain in both sports …

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BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse Backstopped Deerfield to an undefeated season and a Western New England Lacrosse League title in 2007 … Team allowed a paltry 3.8 goals per game … Co-recipient of the Rhodes Cup as Deerfield’s top newcomer … Majoring in economics … Member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... Frank Fedorjaka on Finnell: “Sam is coming off a terrific fall season and enters the spring as our starting goalie. He has the potential when he gets on a hot streak to be very good and take over a game. This fall he did a great job leading the defense and clearing the ball, which are huge priorities for us. Sam has spent two full years behind two veteran goalies, and now he is re-learning how to mentally prepare himself for games.”

jason foreit • 8 norwalk, conn. 5-11 • 174 • jr • dm

Year 2008 2009 Total

GP 2 8 10

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

P 0 1 1

GB 0 2 2

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Played short-stick defensive middie and saw action in eight games … Collected first career points with an assist in the win over Holy Cross … Picked up two ground balls … In 2008: Appeared in two games as a reserve long-stick defensive midfielder … Saw action against Duke and Mount St. Mary’s … Personal: Son of Tom and Athena Foreit … Has two siblings, Victoria and Troy … Born Aug. 18, 1989 in Greenwich, Conn. … Earned four letters in lacrosse and three in hockey at Norwalk High School … Twoyear captain in lax … All-state and All-FCIAC pick … Top defenseman on a team that advanced to the 2006 state title game … Also an all-state and all-conference honoree on the ice … Member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and Dean’s List … Majoring in classics and economics ... Frank Fedorjaka on Foreit: “Jason is now a starter at short-stick defensive midfield. He is a very smart player, and this will be his first year of significant action. He had a great fall, solidifying himself as our No. 2 short-stick. He is playing with a lot of confidence, and we are really pleased with his improvement. He’s a physical player who will hit you.”

ryan klipstein • 13 califon, n.j. 6-1 • 203 • jr • Mid

Year 2008 2009 Total

GP G 15 11 7 4 22 15

A P 5 16 1 5 6 21

GB 7 6 13

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Played in seven games as a second-line midfielder … Missed the final nine games of the regular season due to injury, but returned in time for the Patriot League Tournament and had an assist in the championship game against Navy … Finished with four goals and an assist in seven games … Had two goals each in regular-season games vs. Ohio State and Navy … Logged three of his six ground balls at Duke … In 2008: Enjoyed a very successful rookie campaign, totaling 11 goals and five assists for 16 points while playing in all 15 games … Tied for fourth on the team in both goals and points … Ranked No. 3 among all Patriot League rookies in goals scored … Registered an assist against Duke in the season opener, then in game No. 2 exploded for four goals and an assist in a 10-9 win over Hobart … Scored once in each quarter in that game, including a big fourth-quarter tally … Also scored in one-goal wins over Ohio State in the regular season and Army in the Patriot League Tournament semifinals … Credited with two assists in a 9-8 win over Fairfield … All told had a goal in eight different games and a point in 11 … Personal: Parents are David and Tara Klipstein … Has two younger brothers, Reaves and Christian … Born May 5, 1989 in Somerset, N.J. … Rutgers Prep product was one of the highest-scoring attackmen in the country … Topped the 300-point plateau during his senior year, becoming the school’s all-time leading scorer … Registered 176 goals and 177 assists for 353 career points … Point total was the seventh-highest in state lacrosse history … In 2006 alone, he scored 114 points on 46 goals and 68 assists … As a senior logged 91 points on 57 goals and 34 assists, along with a staggering 130 ground balls in 17 games … Star-Ledger Player of the Year in 2007 … Two-time Home News Tribune Area Player of the Year and a three-time team MVP … First-team all-state prep, all-area and all-division selection … Team went 30-6 in his final two seasons … Grandfather, Dick O’Connell won 705 games in 43 years as the Rutgers Prep boys basketball coach … Majoring in economics ... Frank Fedorjaka on Klipstein: “Ryan is a very intelligent player who can play at a high level with both hands in all areas. He can feed, finish, catch, shoot and protect his stick well with both hands. He works exceptionally hard and guys look up to him because of that. He simply loves lacrosse, loves to practice and compete. Ryan comes into the spring as a first-line middie.”

alex lyons • 7 owings mills, md. 6-3 • 203 • jr • def

Year 2008 2009 Total

Mike Danylyshyn

GP 4 15 19

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

P 0 0 0

GB 2 7 9

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Played in 15 games as the team’s No. 4 close defenseman … Was a regular on the man-down unit, which ranked fifth in the nation, killing penalties at an 80-percent clip … Collected seven ground balls, with a high of two against Lehigh … In 2008: Saw action in four games as a reserve defender … Credited with ground balls against Duke and Mount St. Mary’s … Personal: Son of Marty and Lisa Lyons … Has one sister, Jessica … Born Sept. 27, 1989 in Owings Mills, Md. … Three-sport star (lacrosse, football, basketball) at Boys’ Latin … Named to Inside Lacrosse “Top 100 Incoming Freshman” list … Ranked No. 38 on the list (second among Patriot League recruits and seventh among defensemen) … Played in the prestigious Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic in June 2007 … First-team all-state and all-county selection … Team was ranked No. 1 in the nation for part of 2007 and finished No. 10 … In 2006 Boys’ Latin went 21-0, won the state title and was ranked No. 1 in the nation … Named to Maryland Top 44 Freestate Team … Appointed to High School Tewaaraton Trophy watch list … Invited to try out for the U.S. National U-19 Team … Majoring in civil engineering and engineering management at Bucknell … Named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll … Frank Fedorjaka on Lyons: “Alex is a very smart lacrosse player, one of the smartest on the team. He has the ability to get the ball on the ground, whether it’s knocking down a pass or with a check, so he has earned a little more freedom on his checks. He has good size and strength, and he handles the ball well. We are looking for big things from Alex as he takes over a starting spot on defense.”

DID YOU KNOW: Bucknell received 7,572 applications for the Class of 2013 and offered admission to 29.9%.

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Junior Alex Lyons was part of a Bison defense that ranked among the national leaders in goals-against and man-down efficiency in 2009.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse jordan nies • 20 basking ridge, n.j. 5-10 • 190 • jr • DM

Year 2008 2009 Total

GP 1 2 3

G 0 1 1

A 0 0 0

P 0 1 1

GB 0 0 0

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Saw action in two games as a reserve middie … Scored first career goal in win over Holy Cross … In 2008: Played in one game off the bench as a rookie midfielder … Personal: Son of Rob and Eva Nies … has two sisters, Madeline and Rachel … Rachel was a member of the crew team at Trinity College … Four-year lacrosse letterman at Ridge High School … First-team all-state and U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American … Also a first-team all-conference pick … Elected team captain … Named Star Ledger Player of the Week on Apr. 25, 2007 after collecting eight goals and eight assists in three games, including an overtime tally … Scored 114 points as a senior on 51 goals and 63 assists … Also logged 48 points (27G, 21A) as a junior and 49 (25G, 24A) as a sophomore … Majoring in sociology … Member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... Frank Fedorjaka on Nies: “Jordan has moved to short-stick defensive midfield this year. That is a big position change for him, but he is a smart player with good feet. He is fighting for a spot in the top four.

cam seligmann • 4 Essex fells, n.j. 5-8 • 164 • jr • mid

Year 2008 2009 Total

GP 2 3 5

G 0 0 0

A 1 1 2

P 1 1 2

GB 0 0 0

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Played in three games as a reserve middie … Recorded one assist, coming in a win over Lafayette … In 2008: Played in two games, against Mount St. Mary’s and Lehigh … Recorded his first collegiate point with an assist in an 11-5 win over Lehigh … Personal: Son of Phil and Kathy Seligmann … Has three brothers, Reade, Maxwell and Ben … Reade plays lacrosse at Brown and twin brother Max plays at Georgetown … Earned three letters in lacrosse and two in football at Delbarton School in Morristown, N.J. … Joins high school teammate John Collett at Bucknell … Part of a Delbarton squad that was ranked as high as No. 1 in the state of New Jersey and No. 3 in the nation in 2007 … Team saw its 31-game winning streak and its run of three straight state titles end with a loss to Mountain Lakes in the championship game … Team went 21-1 in both 2006 and 2007, finishing 2007 ranked No. 9 nationally … Earned all-area recognition … Scored 29 points on 13 goals and 16 assists along with 28 ground balls as a senior … Majoring in political science ... Frank Fedorjaka on Seligmann: “Cam has been fighting injuries his whole career and had a good fall after rehabbing a knee injury over the summer. He is battling for a spot on the No. 2 midfield line. He has terrific vision and explosiveness, and he is very effective when he plays with confidence.”

christian tucker • 5 ringoes, n.j. 6-0 • 193 • jr • f/o

Nick Gantsoudes had a strong rookie year for the Bison, producing points in six different games.

Year 2008 2009 Total

GP G 15 0 11 0 26 0

A 0 0 0

P GB FO 0 13 57-138 0 9 21-47 0 22 78-185

at Towson, where he won 7 of 9, helping Bucknell to a 12-10 win … Totaled 13 ground balls, with a high of four against Lafayette … Personal: Son of Bill and Nancy Tucker … Has one sister, Leslie, a 2007 Bucknell graduate … Born Oct. 27, 1988 in Morristown, N.J. … Played both football and lacrosse at Hunterdon Central High School … All-conference and all-division in lax …As a senior won 145 of 214 faceoffs (67.8 percent), picked up 88 ground balls and scored nine goals … Team went 17-5 … In 2006 won about 78 percent of his faceoffs, collected 116 ground balls and added five goals and six assists ... Frank Fedorjaka on Tucker: “Christian had mono in the fall, but he has worked hard on his skills and is now in much better shape. He is pushing for faceoff time. He brings a different dimension on faceoffs, he has a different style than the other guys. He is a bit more of a tactician, and he is effective in certain matchups.”

mike clenshaw • 11 santa ana, calif. 6-4 • 200 • so • def

Year 2009 Total

GP 1 1

G 0 0

A 0 0

P 0 0

GB 1 1

FO 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Played in one game, a reserve appearance against Holy Cross … Had one ground ball and caused a turnover in the Bison win … Personal: Parents are Norman and Janet Clenshaw ... Born Dec. 9, 1989 in Orange County, Calif. ... Has two siblings, Sarah and Thomas ... Mother is a 1975 Bucknell graduate ... Lettered four times in lacrosse and twice in football at Foothill High School ... Two-time lax All-American ... Orange County Player of the Year in 2008 ... Tustin News Defensive Player of the Year ... First Team All-Sea View League ... First-team all-county ... Led team to Southern Section titles in both 2007 and 2008 ... Picked up 152 ground balls as a senior ... Team captain as both a junior and senior … Majoring in biology ... Frank Fedorjaka on Clenshaw: “Mike has all of the physical tools. He is big and athletic with great range, long arms and legs, and he has a terrific handle. Coming from Southern California, he is still learning our system, but he has a bright future.”

billy eisenreich • 36 chatham, n.j. 6-2 • 185 • so • Atk

Year 2009 Total

GP 12 12

G 4 4

A 1 1

P 5 5

GB 5 5

FO 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Played in 12 games at attack, including one start against Towson in place of the injured Austin Winter … Posted four goals and an assist in his rookie season … First career goal was a big one in the third quarter of an 8-7 win over No. 12 Navy … Also scored goals in consecutive games against Lafayette, Denver and Air Force … Assist came against Towson … Grabbed five ground balls, three coming against Towson … Personal: Parents are Gary and Sally Eisenreich ... Born June 5, 1990 in New York City ... Has a brother, Jack ... Lax All-American at Chatham High School ... Also named first team all-state, all-county, all-conference and all-division ... As a senior had 71 goals, 32 assists and 103 points for 19-2 squad that was ranked No. 4 in the state ... Scored eight goals against power Mountain Lakes in Group 1 final ... Scored 51 goals as a junior ... Major is undeclared … Made the Dean’s List in Fall 2009 … Frank Fedorjaka on Eisenreich: “Billy is our No. 4 attackman going into his sophomore season, which means he will see quite a bit of playing time behind a veteran starting unit. He has gotten stronger and more aggressive. He has a scorer’s mentality, a lot of confidence.”

In 2009: Played in 11 games as the team’s No. 2 faceoff man … Improved his percentage over his rookie season, winning 44.7% (21 of 47) … Gathered nine ground balls … Went 4-for-4 with three ground balls against Lafayette … Was 4-for-5 with three GBs against Holy Cross … Won season-high seven draws in 16 chances against Towson … In 2008: Played in every game as a freshman as a faceoff specialist … Won 57 of 138 (.413) draws while sharing time at the X with senior Rick Carolan … Best game came

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BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse doug emrich • 23 haverford, pa. 6-4 • 209 • so • def

Year 2009 Total

GP 2 2

G 0 0

A 1 1

P 1 1

GB 1 1

FO 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Played in two games as a reserve defenseman … Picked up an assist in win over Air Force … Personal: Son of Richard and Mary Emrich ... Born Feb. 27, 1990 in Philadelphia ... Has one brother, Richard ... Earned three letters each in lacrosse and indoor track & field and one each in cross country and soccer at Haverford School ... All-Delco and All-Main Line selection ... As a junior helped lead team to co-league title with 19-5 record ... Majoring in economics … Member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll … Frank Fedorjaka on Emrich: “Doug has gotten much stronger and is playing with more confidence. He is a natural lefty with a good stick and is a very smart player.”

nick gantsoudes • 41 redding, conn. 6-0 • 179 • so • mid

Year 2009 Total

GP 16 16

G 3 3

A 3 3

P 6 6

GB 8 8

san francisco, calif. 5-10 • 168 • so • Dm G 3 3

A 3 3

P 6 6

GB 8 8

Year 2009 Total

GP 16 16

G 1 1

A 0 0

P 2 2

GB 22 22

FO 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Showed great promise as a regular long-stick defensive midfielder … Played in every game and ranked among the team leaders with 22 ground balls … First career goal came in second half of title-clinching win over Colgate … Goal came off a faceoff win, just nine seconds after a Colgate goal … Season-high five ground balls vs. Air Force … Also had four against Lehigh … Personal: Son of Vin and Susan Neithamer ... Born Aug. 11, 1989 in Alexandria, Va. ... Has a brother, Greg ... Captained the football, basketball and lacrosse teams at St. Stephens & St. Agnes School ... All-state pick in lacrosse ... All-IAC and honorable mention All-Met ... Helped team beat Georgetown Prep in IAC semis two years in a row ... Football team MVP ... Led grid squad to state semis as a senior ... Part of two IAC champion basketball teams ... Earned school’s Model Athlete Award for Class of 2008 ... Frank Fedorjaka on Neithamer: “Jason is a tremendous athlete who will be our No. 1 defender this year, meaning he will cover the other team’s best dodger. He has great speed, strength and agility. He also has a great stick.”

short hills, n.j. 5-8 • 183 • so • lsdm

FO 0-0 0-0

spencer kaplan • 37

GP 16 16

alexandria, va. 6-4 • 198 • so • def

john scally • 33

In 2009: Enjoyed a successful rookie season as a second-line midfielder … Played in every game and registered three goals and three assists … Points came in six different games … Goals came against Navy, Lafayette and Army, while assists were against Denver, Air Force and Towson … Collected eight ground balls … Personal: Son of Martha Gantsoudes ... Born May 1, 1989 in New Canaan, Conn. ... Has four siblings: Spencer, Sarah, Alexis and Geordy ... Spencer plays lacrosse at Harvard ... Father, James, wrestled at West Point ... Grandfather played soccer and lacrosse at Navy ... Earned four letters each in lacrosse and soccer at Avon Old Farms ... Team captain in both sports ... Lax All-American as a senior ... Two-time All-New England selection ... Rated as a Top 100 recruit by Inside Lacrosse and Takkle.com ... All-state soccer player ... Helped lead soccer team to two New England titles ... Frank Fedorjaka on Gantsoudes: “Nick has really improved his stick skills and his off hand, and he will be a big part of our midfield this season. He has gotten more aggressive and worked hard on his defense and conditioning. I am really happy with his progress.”

Year 2009 Total

jason neithamer • 35

Year 2009 Total

GP 13 13

G 0 0

A 0 0

P 0 0

GB 29 29

FO 1-2 1-2

In 2009: Along with Jason Neithamer, was part of a solid young long-stick defensive midfield rotation … Played in 13 games as a rookie … Was particularly strong on ground balls and as a wing on faceoffs … Ranked fourth on the team with 29 ground balls … Had six GBs against Penn State and four each against Lafayette and Air Force … Personal: Son of John and Karen Scally ... Born May, 3, 1989 ... Father played soccer at Muhlenburg ... All-conference selection in both lacrosse and soccer at Delbarton ... Part of powerful Delbarton lacrosse program that lost in the state final in 2008 and was nationally ranked ... High school teammate of John Collett and Cam Seligmann ... Team was ranked No. 1 in state and No. 3 in nation in 2007 ... Also earned all-county and all-state honors in soccer ... Frank Fedorjaka on Scally: “John is one of the best long-stick ground ball guys I’ve coached. He has a nose for the ball and can break out of a pack. He’s small but quick and compact. He loves to play on the wings on faceoffs.”

matt spagnoli • 40 stony brook, n.y. 6-2 • 205 • so • def

FO 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Lone game appearance came against Holy Cross … Personal: Parents are Bob Kaplan and Carolyn Kataoka ... Born Oct. 17, 1989 in San Francisco ... 2008 graduate of St. Ignatius Prep, the same school that produced another Bucknell defenseman in All-Patriot Leaguer Michael Abou Jaoude ... Abou Jaoude was an assistant coach at St. Ignatius in 2007 ... Four-year lacrosse letterwinner ... USILA All-American as a senior ... Team captain ... As a junior led team to 18-0 record and No. 23 national ranking, the first time a California school was in the season-ending top-25 ... Finished 2008 ranked No. 17 with 19-1 record (unbeaten in Calif.) ... Frank Fedorjaka on Kaplan: “Spencer has terrific feet and is a very good cover guy. He is still learning our defense and is working in his stick skills. He may be a candidate to move to short-stick defensive midfield.”

Year 2009 Total

GP 2 2

G 0 0

A 0 0

P 0 0

GB 0 0

FO 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Backup defenseman as a rookie … Played in two games, vs. Holy Cross and Lehigh … Personal: Parents are Robert and Susan Spagnoli ... Born Jan. 4, 1990 in Port Jefferson, N.Y. ... Has two sisters, Jessica and Heather ... Father played lax and was an All-America wrestler at Albany ... Competed in lacrosse, wrestling and football at Ward Melville H.S. ... Captained all three sports ... In lax was all-division as a junior and all-county and Academic All-American as a senior ... Led team to 19-1 mark and top-10 national ranking as a senior ... Three-time all-league and league champ as a junior in wrestling ... Two-time all-league in football ... Recipient of National Football Foundation Golden Eleven Scholar-Athlete Award ... Frank Fedorjaka on Spagnoli: “Matt is a good cover guy, he’s strong and is a very hard worker in the weight room. He is a physical player who is not that far off from getting on the field.”

DID YOU KNOW: Bucknell ranks 7th among undergraduate engineering programs at U.S. non-Ph.D.-granting schools.

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Jason Neithamer impressed as a rookie long-stick d-middie in 2009, and now he takes over a starting spot on close defense in 2010.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse charlie streep • 3 new canaan, conn. 5-10 • 179 • so • mid

Year 2009 Total

GP G 16 25 16 25

A P 7 32 7 32

GB 9 9

FO 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Made an immediate impact as a first-unit midfielder … Earned Patriot League Rookie of the Year honors after posting 32 points on 25 goals and seven assists … Became Bucknell’s sixth rookie of the year and the third in the last four years … Joined Austin Winter as the only Bucknell freshmen to earn First Team All-Patriot League honors … Was the only freshman on the first team … Earned a record five Patriot League Rookie of the Week honors … 25 goals ranked eighth in the Patriot League and were the most among all league freshmen … Three game-winning goals were tied for second-most in the PL … Displayed a penchant for last-second goals, none more famous than his diving score as time expired to give Bucknell a thrilling 8-7 win over No. 12 Navy … Did the same thing to end the third quarter in the Patriot League Tournament semifnal game vs. Army, tying the game at 7-7 … Scored a season-high five goals in the title-clinching win over Colgate, including a tally with one second left in the half that put the Bison up 9-7 … Scored four goals against Towson and three each against Ohio State, Lafayette and Holy Cross … Had two goals and two assists in the semifinal game vs. Army … Scored four EMO goals … Personal: Son of Dana and Mary Streep ... Born May 4, 1989 in Montclair, N.J. ... Has three siblings, Jonathan, Kyle and Sunny ... Father played shortstop at Lafayette ... 2007 graduate of New Canaan H.S. ... Did post-grad year at Loomis Chaffee ... All-Founders League pick in 2008 ... At NCHS in 2007 was an all-conference, all-state and All-America selection ... Had 30 goals and 12 assists as a senior ... Frank Fedorjaka on Streep: “Charlie is certainly one of the most talented midfielders in the country. He has exceptional quickness and skills, and he is the kind of guy who can take over a game. He has learned to play within himself, has worked hard on his off hand, and is a better player coming back this year. Charlie is very confident, and the more dire the situation the more he wants the ball.”

tom thibeault • 9 cockeysville, md. 6-2 • 193 • so • mid

Year 2009 Total

GP 2 2

G 1 1

A 1 1

P 2 2

GB 0 0

FO 0-0 0-0

Update on Tom Thibeault: On Jan. 13, 2010, Tom underwent emergency openheart surgery and is recovering well. He will not particpate this spring, but he is always in our thoughts, and the strength he has shown will be an inspriration to all of us. — Frank Fedorjaka

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garden city, n.y. 5-11 • 187 • so • mid

Year 2009 Total

GP 3 3

G 0 0

A 0 0

P 0 0

GB 0 0

FO 0-0 0-0

In 2009: Played in three games … Came off the bench against Lafayette, Air Force and Holy Cross … Personal: Parents are Paul and Kathy Van Valkenburg ... Born Sept. 12, 1988 in Manhasset, N.Y. ... Has two sisters, Britney and Brooke ... 2008 graduate of The Lawrenceville School ... Earned four letters in football, three in lax and one in hockey ... All-conference and all-prep honoree in lax ... Helped team to an undefeated season as a sophomore and top-20 national rankings in both 2006 and 2007 ... Team captain in football and an all-prep quarterback ... Frank Fedorjaka on Van Valkenburg: “Andrew had a great fall and will be in our defensive midfield rotation. He has great speed and is very athletic. He has a bright future.”

chase bailey • 24 fairfield, conn. 6-1 • 165 • fr • atk

Personal: Son of Cory and Nancy Bailey ... Born March 26, 1991 in Bridgeport, Conn. ... Three-year letterman in lacrosse at Fairfield Prep ... Team captain as a senior ... High School All-American in 2009 ... First team all-state as a senior and second team all-state as a junior ... First team all-conference as a junior and senior ... named MVP of the state championship game in both 2008 and 2009 ... had five goals and two assists in 2009 championship game, leading Fairfield Prep to its fourth straight state title ... Frank Fedorjaka on Bailey: “Chase is a very good inside scorer, a natural crease attackman. He is a good finisher with both hands and has great vision. He needs to get a little stronger and work on carrying the ball a bit better, but he is going to be a good one in the future.”

owen bennett • 10 sudbury, ontario 6-2 • 220 • fr • atk

In 2009: Played in two games at midfield … Registered a goal and an assist in win over Holy Cross … Personal: Son of Tom and Trish Thibeault ... Born Nov. 29, 1989 in Baltimore ... Has a sister, Kendall, who is a senior on the Bucknell women’s lacrosse team ... Captained the soccer and lacrosse teams at Boys’ Latin ... Helped soccer team to a state title in 2008 ... Lax team won state title his sophomore year and was ranked No. 1 in the nation for most of 2007 before falling in state title game ... In 2006 team did win state crown and finished No. 1 in nation ... Reunited with high school teammate Alex Lyons at Bucknell ... Frank Fedorjaka on Thibeault: “Tom might be the most improved player on the team. He is on the No. 2 midfield line and is pushing for a spot on the No. 1 unit. He had a phenomenal fall, when he was our leading middie scorer. He has gotten bigger and stronger and improved his skills tremendously.” Charlie Streep was the 2009 Patriot League Rookie of the Year and a First Team All-Patriot League selection.

andrew van valkenburg • 12

Personal: Parents are Wayne and Paula Bennett ... Born Aug. 21, 1989 in Sudbury, Ontario ... Has a younger brother, Curtis ... Attended Lockerby Composite School ... Captain of his club lacrosse team ... Played junior lacrosse in Canada ... First member of the Greater Sudbury Lacrosse Association to play NCAA lacrosse ... Frank Fedorjaka on Bennett: “Owen is a natural lefty and is a big, strong guy. He’s a bull dodger who goes to the goal very well. He needs to sharpen his finishing skills as he adjusts to the American style of play.”

josh briskman • 27 weston, conn. 5-10 • 181 • fr • Gk

Personal: Son of Louis Briskman ... Born July 21, 1990 in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... Has one older sister, Megan ... Lettered four times in football and three times in lacrosse at Weston High School ... Team captain and MVP as a senior after leading team to third straight state championship game ... Second team all-state in 2009 ... USMC Distinguished Athlete Award ... Frank Fedorjaka on Briskman: “Josh is a walk-on goalie and is a very good stopper. He is a great addition to the team. He had a very good high school career and will compete for the No. 2 spot here in the preseason.”

DID YOU KNOW: Bucknell students this year receive about $30.5 million in financial aid.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse dylan burke • 43 maplewood, n.j. 6-1 • 209 • fr • def

Personal: Son of Ed Burke and Ida Landauer ... Born March 16, 1991 in Berkeley, Calif. ... Has two sisters, Savia and Olivia ... Three-year lacrosse letterman at Seton Hall Prep ... Named second team all-conference as a senior, when he led the team with 89 ground balls ... Team captain ... Played for New Jersey team in adidas National High School Classic ... Also played football ... Frank Fedorjaka on Burke: ”Dylan overcame a health scare in the fall but never missed a day of practice. He has overcome a lot of adversity and works harder than anyone on the team. He is a physical player with good skills.”

ronjohn dadd • 31 Ijamsville, md. 6-0 • 181 • fr • atk

Personal: Parents are R.J. and Cari Dadd ... Born March 11, 1991 in Birmingham, Ala. ... Has two sisters, Courtni and Isabelle ... Lettered in lacrosse at Urbana High School ... Team captain as a senior ... High School Academic All-American ... First team all-conference and all-county ... Scored 35 goals as a senior ... Played in inaugural Frederick County All-Star Game ... Also played in National Senior Showcase All-Star Game in Rhode Island ... Frank Fedorjaka on Dadd: ”Ronjohn is a very hard worker. He throws his body around and draws a ton of penalties. He just loves to compete every day.”

kyle feeney • 29 greenwich, conn. 6-2 • 156 • fr • GK

Personal: Son of Mike and Karen Feeney ... Born Dec. 27, 1991 in Mamaroneck, N.Y. ... Has four siblings, Matt, Andrew Daniel and Claire ... Lettered three times in lacrosse and twice in bowling at Greenwich High School ... Lacrosse All-American in 2009 ... All-state and all-county as a junior and senior ... Team captain as a senior ... Voted team MVP ... Captain and MVP of bowling team ... Frank Fedorjaka on Feeney: ”Kyle is a natural lefty and a terrific athlete who can make the acrobatic save. He is still very young, he was only 17 during fall ball, but he has a very bright future. He started some games in the mid-fall and will continue to battle with Sam Finnell for the No. 1 spot. We feel very comfortable with him in the game.”

mike fuentes • 17 huntington, n.y. 5-10 • 197 • fr • def

Personal: Son of Candido and Sharon Fuentes ... Born Oct. 20, 1990 in Huntington, N.Y. ... Has one sister, Shannon ... Completed a postgraduate year at The Hill School in Pottstown, Pa., after graduating in 2008 from Cold Spring Harbor High School on Long Island ... Helped Cold Spring Harbor win three straight Nassau County championships as well as the 2006 state title ... Team captain and Nassau County Defensive MVP as a senior ... All-America finalist ... Inducted into the Cold Spring Harbor Athletic Hall of Fame for lacrosse ... Also played four years of hockey ... Frank Fedorjaka on Fuentes: ”Mike is a terrific takeaway defender. He has a knack for getting the ball on the ground. He is an aggressive player and is working hard on his agility. He is very close to being ready.”

ryan gutowski • 25 owings mills, md. 5-9 • 190 • fr • F/O

Personal: Parents are Walt and Charlene Gutowski ... Born Feb. 18, 1991 in Baltimore ... Has a twin brother, Austin ... Lettered four times in lacrosse and three times in football at Calvert Hall High School ... Named to 2009 Towson Times All-Star Lacrosse Team ... Played in the 2008 Under Armour All-American Lacrosse Classic and in the Free State All-Star games ... Named to 2008 adidas National Lacrosse Classic Baltimore Private School Team ... 2008 FCA National High School Team ... 2007 Rising Junior and 2008 Rising Senior Nike

Blue Chip Camps ... Won 67% of high school faceoffs ... In the fall was a walk-on punter with the Bucknell football team ... Punted in the final game of the season, a 23-17 upset of No. 13 Holy Cross, and did a solid job ... Frank Fedorjaka on Gutowski: ”Ryan is an exceptional athlete. He is a faceoff specialist with a low center of gravity. He is extremely quick with both his hands and feet, and he is quick out of his stance. We expect that he will take a lot of faceoffs this year.”

mike huffner • 34 Elmira, n.y. 5-11 • 185 • fr • def

Personal: Parents are William and Rosemary Huffner ... Born Sept. 24, 1990 in Elmira, N.Y. ... Has three siblings, Thomas, Matthew and Stephanie ... Lettered four times in football and lacrosse and once in basketball at Notre Dame High School ... Three-time first team all-league selection in lacrosse ... Captained both the football and lacrosse teams as a senior ... Also a two-time all-league selection and a first team all-state pick as a cornerback in football ... Frank Fedorjaka on Huffner: ”Going into the season Mike is in the rotation as one of our top four defensemen, and he can also play long-stick defensive middie. He has terrific foot speed and is already one of the best cover guys on the team. When we play teams with two exceptional ball carriers, he will probably be in there.”

billy mattimore • 30 tiburon, calif. 5-10 • 170 • fr • atk

Personal: Son of Tom and Robin Mattimore ... Born Sept. 14, 1990 in Chicago ... Has four siblings, Thomas, Tess, Kate and Annie ... Thomas plays lacrosse at Dartmouth ... Father played football at Bowling Green ... Earned four letters in lacrosse and two in football at St. Ignatius Prep in San Francisco, the same school that produced teammate Spencer Kaplan and former Bucknell all-conference defenseman Michael Abou Jaoude ... Earned high school All-America honors ... Team captain ... As a senior had 67 goals and 57 assists while helping team to 21-1 record ... Team was ranked No. 1 in the state and No. 30 in the nation ... Received the Brophy Award as the top male athlete in his school ... Frank Fedorjaka on Mattimore: ”Billy is a natural lefty with good quickness, and he knows how to score goals. He is a good finisher and plays with a lot of confidence. He’s in the mix as one of the top five attackmen, and we may see him on the field in the spring.”

Wills miller • 22 chester springs, pa. 6-0 • 188 • fr • f/o

Personal: Parents are Bill Miller and Michelle Piccone ... Born Aug. 10, 1990 in Philadelphia ... Has four siblings, Laurie, Luke, Tyler and James ... Father played lacrosse, soccer and wrestled at Haverford and Trinity Colleges ... Earned four letters in water polo, three in lacrosse and one in swimming at The Haverford School in Havertown, Pa. ... Teammate of Doug Emrich at Haverford ... Part of two Inter-AC championship teams ... Was a second team all-league pick in water polo ... Frank Fedorjaka on Miller: ”Wills is a strong faceoff man. He is a very good athlete with good size and strength. He is a very tough kid who had a really good fall facing off. He is also fighting for a spot at short-stick d-middie.”

kyle o’keefe • 15 madison, n.j. 5-10 • 173 • fr • mid

Personal: Son of Andrew and Anne O’Keefe ... Born Nov. 28, 1989 in Morristown, N.J. ... Has six siblings, Katie, Colleen, Bridget, Erin, Sean and Owen ... Katie played lacrosse at Roanoke ... Colleen was an all-conference player at Loyola and Bridget is now a senior on the Loyola team ... Father played lacrosse at Roanoke and was on the 1978 Division II national championship team ... 2009 graduate of The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Conn., the same program that produced teammate Chris Fetchet ... Lettered in both lacrosse and football ... All-Founders League selection in lax ... Team captain as a senior ... Frank Fedorjaka on O’Keefe: ”We anticipate Kyle being a high-impact freshman. He will start the year as a second-line middie, and he is one of the fastest and quickest players on the team. He has a very good shot with both hands, and he can play either attack or midfield.”

DID YOU KNOW: Bucknell’s 450-acre campus features more than 100 facilities, including a performing-arts center.

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Sophomore John Scally ranked among the team ground ball leaders as a rookie in 2009.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse Bison Coaching Staff FRANK FEDORJAKA HEAD COACH 5th SEASON

Frank Fedorjaka was picked as the 2009 Patriot League Coach of the Year.

After two stints as an assistant coach at Bucknell spanning nearly a decade, Frank Fedorjaka took over as head coach in 2006 when he succeeded longtime mentor Sid Jamieson. Fedorjaka became only the second head coach in Bucknell lacrosse history, following in the footsteps of Jamieson, the Bucknell Hall of Famer who founded the varsity lacrosse program in 1968. In his first season at the helm, Fedorjaka led the Bison to a historic victory over No. 1 Maryland — the program’s first-ever victory over a top-ranked team — and another top-20 road win at Penn State later in the season. The victories really began to start pouring in year No. 2, as the Bison went 11-4, including three top-20 wins, and came within one of the school record for wins in a season. Another 10-win season followed in 2008, and the Bison advanced all the way to the Patriot League championship game for the first time. Last season Fedorjaka was named Patriot League Coach of the Year for the first time after leading the Bison to a perfect 6-0 conference record and the Patriot League regular-season title. His team made it to the championship game for the second year in a row, this time dropping a one-goal heartbreaker to Navy. Known throughout his career as one of the college game’s best defensive minds, Fedorjaka’s teams annually rank among the national leaders in scoring defense, man-down defense and riding efficiency. In his first four years as head coach he has mentored three All-Patriot League defensemen, including 2009 All-American Billy Haire, and two allconference goalies. One of those goalies, Nick Sciubba, led the nation in save percentage and goals-against average in 2007. He has also coached two-time All-American Austin Winter, and last year’s team produced a school-record six First Team All-Patriot League honorees. Three of Fedorjaka’s student-athletes have gone on to play professional lacrosse after graduation. Fedorjaka rejoined the Bucknell lacrosse family after serving as head coach at Franklin & Marshall for five years. Fedorjaka served as an assistant coach at Bucknell for the 1992 and 1993 seasons before going to F&M. In Fedorjaka’s five seasons at F&M, the Diplomats compiled a 39-31 record. His 39 wins placed him in second on the school’s all-time lacrosse wins list. In 1995 Fedorjaka was named the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association’s Division III Coach of the Year, after leading the Diplomats to a 12-3 record and an NCAA playoff berth. In addition to his responsibilities as men’s lacrosse coach, Fedorjaka also served as an assistant coach in football and women’s soccer during his tenure at F&M. Also while at F&M Fedorjaka served as the Chair to the Southern ECAC Lacrosse Committee in 1997 and 1998. He served on the USILA National Ranking Committee and NCAA Advisory Committee for Division III lacrosse. A 1989 graduate of Hobart College, Fedorjaka was a starting longstick midfielder on three NCAA Division III national championship teams. He was also a three-year starter at wide receiver for the Statesman football team, earning All-America honors in 1988. The Rochester, N.Y., native was named Hobart’s Athlete of the Year in 1989. During his career at Hobart, he held all reception records and remained the school’s all-time leading receiver until 2004. Fedorjaka began his coaching career as a graduate assistant for two years at Springfield College (Mass.). Fedorjaka and his wife, Kathy, who is Bucknell’s head women’s basketball coach, live in Winfield, Pa., with their 12-year-old son Matthew and eight-year-old daughter Jamie.

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JUDD LATTIMORE ASSISTANT COACH 2nd SEASON

Judd Lattimore, a former attackman at the University of North Carolina who had won better than 71 percent of his games in seven years as a collegiate assistant coach, joined the Bucknell men’s lacrosse staff as offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator in August 2008. Lattimore is certainly no stranger to winning lacrosse, as success has followed him throughout his career. In fact, Lattimore coached in the NCAA Tournament in each of his six years prior to coming to Bucknell, and in his first year in Lewisburg the Bison came within one goal of a national tournament berth. In his debut season here, Bucknell was the second-highest-scoring team in team in the Patriot League, averaging 10.4 goals per game. The Bison ranked No. 12 nationally in scoring offense and No. 6 in extra-man efficiency. His attack unit has been ranked among the nation’s best. In 2007, Lattimore returned to his alma mater as co-offensive coordinator, and in his first year back with the Tar Heels the team finished 10-6 — a six-win improvement over the previous season — and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament while averaging just under 11 goals per game. In 2008, UNC averaged 10 goals per game and was the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament before being upset by Navy in the first round. During the 2006 season, Lattimore served as an assistant coach at Penn, where he helped the Quakers to a 10-4 record — their most victories in 18 years — an NCAA Tournament berth and a No. 12 final national ranking. A year earlier, Lattimore worked under the legendary Bob Shillinglaw at Delaware, and that Blue Hens team captured the Colonial Athletic Association regular-season title and received an NCAA Tournament bid. Lattimore spent the 2003 and 2004 campaigns as the offensive coordinator at Division II power Limestone College, and the team made it all the way to the national championship game both years. In 2004, Lattimore’s offensive unit scored 19.3 goals per game, the highest figure in any division of lacrosse, and the team scored a school-record 314 goals en route to a 15-2 season. During his playing days at North Carolina, Lattimore was a two-year starter for the Tar Heels and was an Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-America selection in 2000. A native of Auburn, N.Y., Lattimore earned his bachelor of arts degree in interpersonal and organizational communication from UNC in May 2001.

JOE CONNER JR. ASSISTANT COACH 1st SEASON

Joe Conner Jr. is in his first season on the Bucknell men’s lacrosse staff. He was the assistant lacrosse coach at Mount St Mary’s for the past two years before coming to Bucknell. At Mount St. Mary’s, Conner helped coach the Mount to a 5-3 conference record and a No. 2 seed in the MAAC playoffs, the Mount’s first conference playoff appearance in two years. He served as recruiting coordinator, and in his final season with The Mount he coached the defense, helping them to a No. 9 national ranking in goals allowed. Conner is a 2007 graduate of Mount St. Mary’s and received his M.B.A. from The Mount as well in May of 2009. As a student-athlete, he played at Binghamton University for three years before transferring to Mount St. Mary’s to finish his playing career and pursue his coaching career. He was a midfielder at Binghamton and then was moved to attack when he transferred to Mount St. Mary’s. A native of Ijamsville, Md., he played both lacrosse and football at Urbana High School. He was a high school All-American in lacrosse and started at quarterback on a record-setting football team that won four straight state championships and carried a 50-game winning streak. His father, Joe Conner Sr., is currently the head coach for both football and lacrosse at Urbana.

DID YOU KNOW: Bucknell features more than 150 student organizations.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse 2009 Results 9-7, 6-0 Patriot League Date Opponent BU OPP Record 2/14 at #6 Duke 7 11 0-1 2/21 at #19 Ohio State (OT) 9 10 0-2 2/28 #12 NAVY* 8 7 1-2 (1-0) 3/7 at Hobart 2 7 1-3 3/12 vs. #4 Notre Dame 6 10 1-4 3/14 at Lafayette* 18 6 2-4 (2-0) 3/17 #18 DENVER 13 8 3-4 3/21 vs. Air Force 9 2 4-4 3/24 TOWSON 7 8 4-5 3/28 HOLY CROSS* 17 6 5-5 (3-0) 4/4 at Army* 8 6 6-5 (4-0) 4/7 PENN STATE 8 9 6-6 4/11 LEHIGH* 18 10 7-6 (5-0) 4/18 at Colgate* 19 11 8-6 (6-0) 4/24 ARMY# 10 8 9-6 4/26 #11 NAVY# 8 9 9-7 * Patriot League game # Patriot League Tournament at Bucknell

2009 statistical leaders Player GP G Austin Winter 15 17 Joe Mele 16 28 Charlie Streep 16 25 Tim Brandau 16 20 Perry Menzies 16 22 Mike Danylyshyn 16 16 Chris Palmer 16 10 Doug Buckley 16 5 Brandon Buchmayr 16 5 Nick Gantsoudes 16 3 Ryan Klipstein 7 4 Billy Eisenreich 12 4 Jake Clarke 15 1 Tom Izard 16 1 John Togneri 16 1 Tom Thibeault 2 1 Ryan Bakker 3 1 Jason Neithamer 16 1 Chris Fetchet 3 1 Jordan Nies 2 1 Doug Emrich 2 0 Nick Sciubba 15 0 Cam Seligmann 3 0 Jason Foreit 8 0 Billy Haire 16 0 John Scally 13 0 Clayton Albright 2 0 John Collett 16 0 Scott Monfort 12 0 Matt Spagnoli 2 0 Spencer Kaplan 1 0 Will Pickel 3 0 Mike Clenshaw 1 0 Michael Cooke 16 0 A. Van Valkenburg 3 0 Christian Tucker 11 0 Matt Antonelli 10 0 Alex Lyons 15 0 Sam Finnell 3 0 BUCKNELL 16 167 OPPONENTS 16 128 Goalie Nick Sciubba Matt Antonelli Sam Finnell BUCKNELL OPPONENTS

GP 15 9 3 16 16

SV 113 50 1 164 170

A P 32 49 5 33 7 32 6 26 3 25 9 25 1 11 2 7 1 6 3 6 1 5 1 5 3 4 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 82 249 82 210

GB FOW FOAtt 20 0 0 19 0 0 9 0 0 21 0 0 5 0 0 20 0 0 8 0 0 13 0 0 2 0 0 8 0 0 6 0 0 5 0 0 98 163 282 22 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 27 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 52 0 0 29 1 2 0 0 0 17 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 41 0 1 0 0 3 9 21 47 16 0 0 7 0 0 2 0 0 497 187 340 421 153 340

GA GAA SV% 90 8.61 .557 36 6.75 .581 2 7.54 .333 128 7.98 .562 167 10.41 .504

2009 patriot league standings Team Bucknell Colgate Navy Army Lehigh Lafayette Holy Cross

League 6-0 5-1 4-2 2-4 2-4 2-4 0-6

Pct. 1.000 .833 .667 .333 .333 .333 .000

Overall 9-7 9-6 11-5 6-10 4-11 6-7 3-12

Pct. .563 .600 .688 .375 .267 .462 .200

Patriot League Tournament Semifinals #1 Bucknell 10, #4 Army 8 #3 Navy 9, #2 Colgate 8 (3OT) Patriot League Championship #3 Navy 9, #1 Bucknell 8 NCAA Tournament Duke 14, Navy 5

2009 All-Patriot League Team First Team Attack: Austin Winter, BKN; Brandon Corp, CGT; Ricky Cornetta, LEH; Midfielders: Perrry Menzies, BKN; Charlie Streep, BKN; Patrick Moran, NVY; Face-Off Specialist: Jake Clarke, BKN; Defensive Midfield Specialist: Geoff Leone, NVY; Defensemen: Dan Honeywell, LEH; Billy Haire, BKN, Bill Henderson, ARM; Andy Tormey, NVY; Goalkeeper: Nick Sciubba, BKN. Second-Team Attack: Jason Peyer, ARM; Kevin Collelouri, CGT; Tim Paul, NVY; Midfielders: Kevin LoRusso, ARM; Nick Monastero, CGT; Joe Lennon, NVY; Face-Off Specialist: Frankie Coppola, NVY; Defensive Midfield Specialist: Tim Henderson, ARM; Mike Crown, CGT; Defensemen: Greg Perkins, CGT; Evan Guerrero, LEH; Jaren Woeppel, NVY; Goalkeeper: Jeff Canfield, LAF.

2009 patriot league leaders Goals Per Game 1. Tom Perini, LAF....................3.00 2. Kevin Collelouri, CGT.........2.71 3. Jason Peyer, ARM................2.38 4. Brandon Corp, CGT.............2.33 5. Ricky Cornetta, LEH............1.93 6. Joe Mele, BKN................1.75 8. Charlie Streep, BKN......1.56 Assists Per Game 1. Austin Winter, BKN........2.13 2. Brandon Corp, CGT.............1.87 3. Ricky Cornetta, LEH............1.67 4. Jeremy Boltus, ARM............1.56 5. Stefan Bauer, LAF................1.23 Points Per Game 1. Brandon Corp, CGT.............4.20 2. Kevin Collelouri, LAF..........3.64 3. Ricky Cornetta, LEH............3.60 4. Jason Peyer, ARM................3.31 5. Austin Winter, BKN........3.27 Ground Balls Per Game 1. Jake Clarke, BKN...........6.53 2. Will Scudder, LEH................4.60 3. Jim Carroll, CGT....................4.13 4. Cesar Munoz, LAF...............3.92 5. Will Planer, CGT....................3.47

Goals Against Average 1. Nick Sciubba, BKN........8.61 2. Tom Palesky, ARM...............8.89 3. Jeff Canfield, LAF.................9.37 4. Tim Harrington, CGT..........9.86 5. Jimmy Harrison, HCR.........9.91 Save Percentage 1. Tom Palesky, ARM.............. .591 2. Jimmy Harrison, HCR........ .564 3. Nick Sciubba, BKN....... .557 4. Jeff Canfield, LAF................ .532 5. Tim Harrington, CGT......... .507 Game-Winning Goals 1. Kevin Collelouri, CGT.............. 5 2. Charlie Streep, BKN...........3 2. Perry Menzies, BKN...........3 2. Andy Warner, NVY.................... 3 5. 7 players...................................... 2 Extra-Man Goals 1. Mike Danylyshyn, BKN......9 2. Tom Perini, LAF......................... 8 3. Kevin Collelouri, CGT.............. 7 3. Evan Sullivan, NVY................... 7 5. 4 players...................................... 5

DID YOU KNOW: In addition to its 27 varsity programs, Bucknell has 19 club sports, including lacrosse.

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Billy Eisenreich scored four goals in 12 games as a freshman in 2009.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse Bison Records GOALS

8. Jim Ball 9. Chris Cara 10. Matt Fraser

GAME Jim Ball, 8 vs. Penn State, 1979 SEASON 1. Justin Zackey 2. Jon Romm 3. Jim Ball Justin Zackey 5. John Golaszewski 6. Dennis Geraghty 7. Kevin Roth Chris Cara Patrick Christensen 10. Tom Cusick

63 45 44 44 41 39 38 38 38 37

CAREER 1. Justin Zackey 138 2. Tom Cusick 117 3. Chris Cara 111 4. Joe Mele 103 5. Jim Ball 98 6. Jon Romm 97 7. Dennis Geraghty 94 8. Patrick Christensen 92 9. Jon Methven 88 10. Tim Ainslie 87

1993 1990 1979 1994 1998 2001 1992 2004 2004 1986 1991-94 1984-87 2002-05 2006-09 1976-79 1987-90 2000-03 2002-05 1993-96 1977-80

ASSISTS GAME Matt Fraser, 9 vs. Lafayette, 1980 SEASON 1. Chris Cara 2. Pete von Hoffmann Pete von Hoffmann Chris Cara 5. Lou Kissling Pete von Hoffmann Austin Winter 8. Austin Winter 9. Pete von Hoffmann Jon Romm Chris Cara

40 37 37 37 33 33 33 32 31 31 31

CAREER 1. Pete von Hoffmann 138 Chris Cara 138 3. Austin Winter 94 4. Jon Romm 82 5. Todd Streelman 74 6. Jim Morris 69 7. Tom Walther 65 8. Pete Keblish 59 9. Justin Zackey 58 10. Rob Mathai 53

Chris Cara, Bucknell’s career scoring leader, celebrates after the Bison upset No. 2 Navy in 2005.

2004 1977 1979 2005 1971 1978 2008 2009 1976 1990 2002

1976-79 2002-05 2007-pr. 1987-90 1990-93 1968-70 1985-88 1987-90 1991-94 1979-82

GAME Pete von Hoffmann, 11 vs. Penn State, 1979 Matt Fraser, 11 vs. Lafayette, 1980 Chris Cara, 11 vs. Lafayette, 2004

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63-16-79 38-40-78 45-31-76 29-37-66 29-37-66 44-17-61 21-37-58

CAREER (G-A-P) 1. Chris Cara 111-138-249 2. Pete von Hoffmann 82-138-220 3. Justin Zackey 138-58-196 4. Jon Romm 97-82-179 5. Austin Winter 56-94-150 6. Tom Cusick 117-26-143 Tom Walther 78-65-143 Pete Keblish 84-59-143 9. Jim Ball 98-38-136 10. Todd Streelman 51-74-125

2002-05 1976-79 1991-94 1987-90 2007-pr. 1984-87 1985-88 1987-90 1976-79 1990-93

GROUND BALLS GAME Jake Clarke, 13 vs. Penn State, 2009 SEASON 1. Jake Clarke 2. Alex Rudis 3. Brian Loesch 4. Chris Savinelli 5. Ryan Goodman 6. Mark Juelis 7. Mark Juelis 8. J.C. Metivier Kevin Smithies Ryan Goodman CAREER 1. Ryan Goodman 2. Billy Haire 3. Mark Juelis 4. J.C. Metivier 5. Kevin Smithies 6. Brian Loesch 7. Blaise Fletcher 8. Michael Cooke 9. Matt Baran Evan Burns

98 82 80 72 68 67 65 57 57 57

2009 1999 2001 1999 2004 2001 2000 2001 2002 2005

175 2002-05 166 2006-09 152 1998-01* 146 1998-01* 140 1999-02 138 1999-02 130 2001-04 125 2006-09 124 2003-06 124 2005-08

* Ground balls kept since 1999

1993 2004 1990 1979 2005 1994 1977

WON, CAREER 1. Ryan Goodman 2. Alex Rudis 3. Michael Petrash 4. Jake Clarke 5. Brian Loesch

300 2002-05 197 1997-00* 171 2002-03 163 2008-pr. 153 1999-02

ATTEMPTS, CAREER 1. Ryan Goodman 622 2002-05 2. Alex Rudis 367 1997-00* 3. Michael Petrash 355 2002-03 4. Rick Carolan 314 2005-08 5. Brian Loesch 282 1999-02 Jake Clarke 282 2008-pr. PCT., CAREER (Min. 250 Attempts) 1. Jake Clarke .578 2008-pr. 2. Brian Loesch .543 1999-02 3. Alex Rudis .537 1997-00* 4. Rick Carolan .484 2005-08 5. Ryan Goodman .482 2002-05 * Faceoffs kept since 1999

SHOTS GAME Chris Cara, 15 vs. Holy Cross, 2005 Chris Cara, 15 vs. Navy, 2005 SEASON 1. Chris Cara 122 2. Perry Menzies 109 3. Chris Cara 97 4. Charlie Streep 94 5. Dennis Geraghty 84

2005 2007 2004 2009 2001

CAREER 1. Chris Cara 350 2002-05 2. Perry Menzies 306 2006-09 3. Joe Mele 240 2006-09 4. Dennis Geraghty 213 2000-03 5. Patrick Christensen 207 2002-05 * Shots kept since 2000

FACEOFFS WON, GAME Jake Clarke, 20 vs. Penn State, 2009 ATTEMPTED, GAME Jake Clarke, 32 vs. Colgate, 2009 PCT., GAME (Min. 10 Attempts) Jake Clarke, .952 (20-21) vs. Penn State, 2009 PCT., GAME (Min. 20 Attempts) Jake Clarke, .952 (20-21) vs. Penn State, 2009

POINTS

SEASON (G-A-P) 1. Justin Zackey 2. Chris Cara 3. Jon Romm 4. Pete von Hoffmann Chris Cara 6. Justin Zackey 7. Pete von Hoffmann

44-13-57 1979 25-31-56 2002 23-30-53 1980

PCT., SEASON (Min. 50 Attempts) 1. Alex Rudis .583 1999 2. Jake Clarke .578 2009 3. Chris Savinelli .556 1999 4. Brian Loesch .545 2001 5. Michael Petrash .529 2002

WON, SEASON 1. Jake Clarke 2. Ryan Goodman 3. Brian Loesch 4. Alex Rudis 5. Michael Petrash

187 145 134 130 109

2009 2004 2001 1999 2002

ATTEMPTS, SEASON 1. Ryan Goodman 2. Jake Clarke 3. Brian Loesch 4. Alex Rudis 5. Ryan Goodman

283 282 246 223 209

2004 2009 2001 1999 2005

SAVES GAME Tom Sanders, 34 vs. Penn State, 1977 SEASON 1. Stu Berger Ken Mangano 3. Tom Sanders 4. Tom Sanders 5. Scott Johnson 6. Bryan McAdam 7. Ken Mangano 8. Ken Mangano 9. Bryan McAdam Matt Baran

205 205 201 199 197 190 180 173 172 172

1981 1987 1979 1977 1974 1984 1989 1990 1986 2004

CAREER 1. Ken Mangano 2. Tom Sanders 3. Justin Sussman 4. Bryan McAdam 5. Colin Barker 6. Matt Baran 7. Scott Johnson 8. Stu Berger 9. Nick Sciubba 10. Matt Wojnovich

703 664 572 531 501 465 431 378 375 287

1987-90 1976-79 2000-03 1982-86 1991-94 2003-06 1973-76 1978-81 2007-09 1991-94

SAVE PCT. SEASON 1. Bill Jenkins 2. Jim Reese 3. Jim Reese 4. Scott Johnson 5. Tom Sanders 6. Justin Sussman 7. Scott Johnson 8. Paul Bruccoleri 9. Nick Sciubba 10. Andy Smith

.756 .712 .693 .676 .667 .664 .652 .649 .641 .636

CAREER 1. Bill Jenkins 2. Jim Reese 3. Scott Johnson 4. Justin Sussman 5. Bob McLewee 6. Tom Sanders 7. Nick Sciubba 8. Jim Tonges 9. Bryan McAdam 10. Matt Baran

.759 1969-70 .700 1968-69 .635 1973-76 .628 2000-03 .616 1972-73 .609 1976-79 .591 2007-09 .591 1971-72 .588 1982-86 .582 2003-06

1970 1969 1968 1973 1979 2003 1974 1996 2007 2000

GAA SEASON 1. Paul Bruccoleri 2. Nick Sciubba 3. Justin Sussman 4. Matt Baran 5. Nick Sciubba 6. Matt Baran 7. Justin Sussman 8. Nick Sciubba 9. Justin Sussman 10. Andy Smith

5.74 6.24 6.88 7.28 7.34 8.06 8.59 8.61 8.85 9.12

1996 2007 2003 2006 2008 2005 2001 2009 2002 1999

CAREER 1. Nick Sciubba 2. Justin Sussman 3. Matt Baran 4. Andy Smith 5. Mark Stirpe 6. Colin Barker 7. Matt Wojnovich

7.30 7.81 8.22 9.21 10.07 10.62 10.96

2007-09 2000-03 2003-06 1997-00 1995-98 1991-94 1991-94

* GAA kept since 1992 Minimum 450 minutes for season list and 1,200 minutes for career list

TEAM RECORDS Wins Concecutive Wins Losses Consecutive Losses Goals Goal Average Goals Against Fewest Goals Lowest Goals/Game Fewest Goals Against Assists Points Saves Faceoff Pct. EMO Pct. Man Down Pct.

12 1996 12 1996 10 1981, ‘88, ‘97 6 1997 177 1993 13.5 1979 184 1997 74 1970 4.27 1969 47 1969, ‘70 105 1993 282 1993 226 1991, ‘93 .603 1995 .474 2004 .161 2000

Margin of Victory: 20 vs. Wilkes (23-3), 1980 Margin of Defeat: 22 vs. Virginia (27-5), 1998 Goals: 26 vs. Denver, 1992 Goals in a quarter: 11 vs. Denver, 1992 Fewest Goals: 1 vs. Delaware, 1970; vs. Rutgers, 1973 & 1974; vs. Princeton, 1991 Fewest Goals Allowed: 0 vs. Gettysburg, 1972; vs. Franklin & Marshall, 1968 Most Goals Allowed: 28 vs. Hobart, 1978

DID YOU KNOW: A 2008 survey listed Bucknell No. 1 in salary potential among all U.S. liberal arts colleges.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse ALL-TIME RESULTS

Overall Rec. 9-7 10-5 11-4 6-8 8-5 6-8 9-4 6-7 10-4 8-4 7-6 6-8 3-10 12-0 7-6 6-7 6-9 7-6 6-7 5-9 7-7

Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

Conf. Rec. 6-0 4-2 4-2 2-4 5-1 4-3 5-1 5-1 6-0 5-1 3-2 2-3 2-3 5-0 2-3 3-2 1-4 3-2 3-2 3-3 3-3

Place 1 T-3 3 5 T-1 3 T-1 T-1 1 T-1 3 4 4 1 4 3 5 2 3 4 4

Lge. Postsea. PL PL final PL PL final PL PL semi PL PL PL semi PL PL semi PL PL PL NCAA 1st PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL PL ECC ECC

1988 4-10 2-4 4 1987 7-7 4-2 3 1986 4-7 1-4 3 1985 8-5 4-1 1 1984 6-6 2-3 4 1983 6-8 2-3 4 1982 3-9 3-1 2 1981 3-10 1-3 4 1980 7-5 3-1 2 1979 7-4 3-1 2 1978 7-4 3-1 1 1977 6-6 3-1 2 1976 6-5 3-1 2 1975 5-6 3-1 2 1974 6-6 5-2 5 1973 5-8 5-8 6 1972 4-7 4-3 7 1971 6-5 6-2 4 1970 7-3 4-2 4 1969 10-1 7-0 1 1968 6-3 4-0 N/A Mid-Atlantic Conf. - MAC East Coast Conf. - ECC Patriot League - PL

ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC

PATRIOT LEAGUE ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL SELECTIONS 2009- 2008- 2007- 2006- 2005- 2004- 2003- 2002- 2001- 2000 - 1999 - 1998 - 1997 - 1996 -   1995 - 1994 - 1993 - 1992 - 1991 -

Year 2009 2008 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 1996 1994 1993 1986 1983 1979

Matt Antonelli, Ryan Bakker, Tim Brandau, Doug Buckley, John Collett, Michael Cooke, Derek Craig, Doug Emrich, Sam Finnell, Jason Foreit, Billy Haire, Tom Izard, Joe Mele, Perry Menzies, Scott Monfort, Jason Neithamer, Jordan Nies, Chris Palmer, Will Pickel, Nick Sciubba, John Togneri, Christian Tucker Matt Antonelli, Doug Buckley, Evan Burns, Rick Carolan, Steven Cheng, Michael Cooke, Mike Danylyshyn, Sam Finnell, Jason Foreit, Andrew Goodhand, Patrick Keeney, Alex Lyons, Nick Marks, Joe Mele, Perry Menzies, Scott Monfort, Chris Palmer, Nick Sciubba, John Togneri Matt Antonelli, Doug Buckley, Steve Case, Steven Cheng, Michael Cooke, Brian Gargan, Patrick Keeney, Patrick Krause, Nick Marks, Scott Monfort, Tommy Orr, Will Pickel, John Schlicher, Patrick Stansik, Paul Stansik, John Togneri Matt Antonelli, Matt Baran, Doug Buckley, Steven Cheng, Michael Cooke, Brian Gargan, Patrick Keeney, Patrick Krause, Perry Menzies, Tommy Orr, Will Pickel, Austin Sanders, John Schlicher, Alex Simoes, Paul Stansik Ross Albers, Matt Baran, Chris Cara, Steven Cheng, Patrick Christensen, Brian Gargan, Ryan Goodman, Ned Hare, Patrick Lenhart, John Salvesen, Paul Stansik Ross Albers, Patrick Christensen, Brendan Fitzgibbons, Craig Fleishman, Brian Gargan, Ryan Goodman, Eric Hannon, Patrick Lenhart, Patrick O’Hearn, John Salvesen, T.J. Wallace Andrew Copelan, Craig Fleishman, Blaise Fletcher, Ryan Goodman, Ned Hare, Patrick O’Hearn, Reece Pacheco, John Salvesen, Worthy Sanders, Justin Slama, Justin Sussman, John Terracciano, T.J. Wallace Andrew Copelan, Matt Ewalt, Craig Fleishman, Dennis Geraghty, Ryan Good- man, Kelly Hogue, Rob Lane, Justin Slama, Kevin Smithies, Justin Sussman, John Terracciano, T.J. Wallace Crager Boardman, Andrew Copelan, Chris Cutillo, Matt Ewalt, Brendan Fitzgib- bons, Steve Kelly, Sean Joffe, Mark Juelis, Kevin Smithies, Justin Sussman, John Terracciano Steve Burman, Ed Costello, Jim, Egan, Brad Eyre, Dennis Geraghty, Brad Grantz, Keith Poisella, Alex Rudis, Michael Sala, Brian Treacher, Brad Van Nostrand Ed Costello, Christopher Cox, John Golaszewski, Mark Juelis, Alex Rudis, Brian Treacher, Brad Van Nostrand Stephen Burman, Brad Eyre, John Golaszewski, Alex Rudis, Brian Treacher, Paul Van Dillen, Andrew Wenner, Taro Yoshitome Ed Costello, Brad Eyre, John Golaszewski, Andrew Pacinelli, Alex Rudis, Eric Stewart, Brad Van Nostrand, Taro Yoshitome Noah Fink, David Hogan, Dan Kelley, Jon Methven, Chris Savinelli, John Siris, Ted Thoma, Andrew Trietley, Todd Zackey Mike Altshuler, Chris DiMenna, Jeremy Hamblin, Jeff Lundstrom, Brad Seyffer, Eric Stewart, Ted Thoma, Andrew Trietley Mike Altshuler, Colin Barker, Chris DiMenna, Jeff Kangas, Graham Officer, Chris Pemberton, Brad Seyffer, Andy Trietley, Jon Warner, Justin Zackey Chris DiMenna, Scott Jacobia, Jeff Kangas, Baird McIlvain, Brad Seyffer, Todd Streelman, Justin Zackey Greg Brown, Matt Comyns, Pat Hatcher, Matt Hudson, Jeff Kangas, Andy Linden, Mark Manigan, Kevin Roth, Todd Streelman, Justin Zackey Jeff Chaiken, Todd Streelman

ALL-AMERICANS

Name Billy Haire Austin Winter Austin Winter Chris Cara Chris Cara Justin Sussman Kevin Smithies Mark Juelis Hugh Donovan Jon Methven Justin Zackey Justin Zackey Tom Cusick Rodney Brown Peter von Hoffman Tom Sanders

Division Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I Division I

Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Third Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Third Honorable Mention

1977 1971 1970 1969

Peter von Hoffman Lou Kissling Lou Kissling Ed Farver Jim McKee

Division I College College College College

Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Third First Second

PATRIOT LEAGUE HONORS

2009 First Team: 2008 First Team: Second Team: 2007 First Team: Second Team: 2006 Second Team: 2005 First Team: Second Team: 2004 First Team: 2003 First Team: Second Team: 2002 First Team: Second Team: 2001 First Team: Second Team: 2000 Second Team: 1999 First Team: Second Team: 1998 First Team: Second Team: 1997 Second Team: 1996 First Team: Second Team: 1995 First Team: Second Team: 1994 First Team: Second Team: 1993 First Team: 1992 1991

First Team: First Team:

2009 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 1999 1996 1992

Defensive: Goalie: Rookie: Rookie: Rookie: Offensive: Offensive: Defensive: Defensive: Defensive: Rookie: Rookie: Offensive: Defensive: Offensive: Rookie: Player:

2009 2005, 2001, 1996

ALL-LEAGUE Jake Clarke, Billy Haire, Perry Menzies, Nick Sciubba, Charlie Streep, Austin Winter Austin Winter Billy Haire, Perry Menzies, Nick Sciubba Billy Haire, Austin Winter Joe Mele, Steve Case, Perry Menzies, Nick Sciubba Michael Abou Jaoude, Matt Baran Chris Cara, Michael Abou Jaoude Ryan Goodman, Patrick Christensen, Matt Baran Chris Cara, Blaise Fletcher Chris Cara, Blaise Fletcher, Justin Sussman Worthy Sanders, Andrew Copelan, Dennis Geraghty, Kevin Smithies, Justin Sussman Chris Cara, Rob Lane, Blaise Fletcher Dennis Geraghty, Michael Cheng, Mark Juelis, J.C. Metivier, Brian Treacher Kevin Smithies, Justin Sussman Steve Burman, Michael Cheng, Mark Juelis John Golaszewski, Taro Yoshitome Michael Kennedy, Brad Van Nostrand John Golaszewski, Taro Yoshitome Michael Cheng Ed Joffe Hugh Donovan, Jon Methven, Allan Donnelly, Mike Altshuler Matt Rosolen, Chris Nippes, Ed Joffe, Hugh Donovan Allan Donnelly, Dan Kelley Justin Zackey Jeff Kangas, Hugh Donovan Jeff Kangas, Ricky Herrema, Justin Zackey Michael Conway, Jeff Kangas Michael Conway, Tom Davis PLAYER OF THE YEAR Billy Haire Nick Sciubba Charlie Streep Austin Winter Joe Mele Chris Cara Chris Cara Blaise Fletcher Justin Sussman Justin Sussman Chris Cara Wes Fetchet John Golaszewski

Hugh Donovan Jon Methven Ed Joffe Michael Conway COACH OF THE YEAR Frank Fedorjaka Sid Jamieson

EAST COAST CONFERENCE HONORS

1990 1989 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

ALL-LEAGUE Jon Romm, Norm Wilde Norm Wilde Tom Cusick, David Ferrara Tom Cusick Bob Rhein, Mark Pearce, Tom Cusick, Mike Kelly Bob Rhein George Cusick, Rodney Brown Rob Mathai, John Morris, George Cusick, Rodney Brown John Morris, Jim Gilbert, George Cusick Stu Berger, Matt Fraser, John Morris, Larry Fletcher Tom Sanders, Peter von Hoffmann, Chuck Abt Peter von Hoffmann, John Miller, Ward Rafferty Don Shassian, Steve Blum, John Miller, Peter von Hoffmann Mike Faraldo, Don Shassian, Jim Nesbitt, Jay Paterno, Peter von Hoffmann Rick Lotze, Jim Nesbitt, Ralph Turri, Kevin Cooke, Scott Johnson

MIDDLE ATLANTIC CONFERENCE HONORS

1974 1973 1972 1971 1969

First Team: Hon. Mention: Second Team: Second Team: Hon. Mention: First Team: Hon. Mention: First Team: Second Team:

1971 1969

MVP: MVP:

Kevin Cooke Kevin McCabe Randy Goat, James Kirkley Randy Goat Steve Prasinos, Kirk Bishop, Richard Lotze, Dan Nourse Lou Kissling Charles Sowka, Randy Harris Ed Farver, Jim McKee, Jim Morris, Lou Kissling John Gazley, Jim Reese PLAYER OF THE YEAR Lou Kissling Ed Farver

DID YOU KNOW: About 85% of Bucknell seniors participate in community service or volunteer work.

Junior Jason Foreit will likely be a regular at short-stick defensive middie this season.

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BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse BUCKNELL ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Thomas E. Cusick ’87

A three-time All-East Coast Conference selection in men’s lacrosse, Cusick earned honorable mention All-America honors as a junior and was selected for the North-South Senior All-Star game in 1987. He ranked in the top five in the nation in scoring as a junior and senior, and was Bucknell’s all-time leading scorer when he graduated.

C. Edwin Farver ’69

Co-captain of Bucknell’s first two varsity lacrosse teams and the 1968-69 basketball team, Farver was a first team Little All-America and MVP in the Middle Atlantic Conference in lacrosse in 1969. He played in the NorthSouth All-Star Game.

Sidney I. Jamieson

The head coach of the Bison lacrosse program from its varsity inception in 1968 until his retirement after the 2005 season, Jamieson is one of the legends of college lacrosse. He led the Bison to seven league titles in three different conferences and ranked 10th all-time with 242 wins. He coached 17 All-Americans and was named USILA Coach of the Year after guiding Bucknell to a 12-0 record in 1996. In 2005 he received the prestigious Spirit of Tewaaraton Award.

Louis L. Kissling, Jr. ’71

Twice an All-American in lacrosse, Kissling co-captained his senior team, set season and career scoring records, was Most Valuable Player in the Middle Atlantic Conference in 1971, and was selected for the NorthSouth All-Star Game.

James W. McKee ’69

One of the founding members of the varsity lacrosse program at Bucknell. McKee was honored as a second team College Division All-American and All-Mid-Atlantic Conference selection. He was a co-captain as a senior and graduated as the leading goal-scorer at Bucknell.

Thomas H. Sanders ’79

Starting goalie for the lacrosse team for four straight years. He had a terrific senior campaign, earning All-ECC First Team and HM All-America honors. Sanders turned in several stellar performances in goal, including a 29-save outing vs. Army and 22 vs. Delaware that season. He held Bucknell records for saves in season (201) and a career (664), and still owns the mark for saves in a game (34).

Peter W. von Hoffman ’79

A four-time All-East Coast Conference lacrosse player and twice an All-America selection, vonHoffman set numerous school scoring records, was twice co-captain, was ECC Most Valuable Player in 1979 and was selected for the North-South Game.

Justin W. Zackey ’94

One of the most prolific scorers in Bison annals, Zackey still holds the Bucknell records for goals in a season (63) and career (138) and points in a season (79 in 1993). A two-time Honorable Mention All-American who led the nation in goals per game (4.20) in 1993, Zackey was a First Team All-Patriot League pick in 1993 and 1994 and was a two-time Academic All-American.

Junior Ryan Klipstein figures to be a regular in the midfield in 2010.

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Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

CAPTAINS ROSTER

Name Ed Farver Ed Farver Jim McKee Jim Morris Roger Waltmyer Kent Kisenbauer Lou Kissling Kirk Bishop Dan Nourse Randy Goat Kevin McCabe Rick Lotze Kevin McCabe Kevin Cooke Ralph Turri Mark Faraldo Robert Lane Jay Paterno Bill Citterbart Don Shassian Ward Rafferty Bill Sunderland Peter von Hoffmann Trip Overholt Tom Sanders Peter von Hoffmann Chuck Abt Tim Ainslie Lance Lauletta Stu Berger John Morris James Gilbert John Morris Robert Mathai George Cusick Rink Smith Rodney Brown Chet Simmons Geoff Chenworth Mark Pearce Todd Matthew Scott Clegg Mike Kelly Mark Pearce Doug Klaber Bryan McAdam Tom Cusick David Ferrara Bill Kelly David Fehnel Tom Walther Scott Willoughby Kurt Kuehner Ken Mangano Ken Mangano Jon Romm Tim O’Mara Patrick Sheridan Tom Davis Mark Pearce Michael Conway Rick Herrema Gabe Portuondo Todd Streelman Jeff Kangas Hugh Donovan Hugh Donovan Dan Kelley John Methven Luke David John Siris John Golaszewski Ed Joffe Chris Savinelli John Golaszewski Alex Rudis J.C. Metivier Mark Juelis Brian Treacher Brian Loesch Kevin Smithies Worthy Sanders Justin Sussman Brendan Fitzgibbons Blaise Fletcher Chris Cara Nick Lane T.J. Wallace Michael Abou Jaoude Matt Baran Patrick Lenhart Brian Gargan Kirk Klett Greg Sowyrda Paul Stansik Evan Burns Andrew Goodhand Mark Lane Nick Marks Matt Antonelli Billy Haire Joe Mele

Hometown/Sec. School Middletown, N.J./Dulaney Middletown, N.J./Dulaney Timonium, Md./Dulaney Baltimore, Md./Gilman School Pottstown, Pa./Hill School Baltimore, Md./Woodlawn Planedome, N.Y./Williston Acad. Champion, Pa./Hampton Twp Needham, Mass./Needham Ridgewood, N.J./Trinity Pawling Stewart Manor, N.Y./Garden City Rochester, N.Y./R.L. Thomas Stewart Manor, N.Y./Garden City Baltimore, Md./Parkville West Islip, N.Y./West Islip Binghamton, N.Y./Vestal Plainview, N.Y./J.F. Kennedy Pawling, N.Y./Kent School Melville, N.Y./Half Hollow Hills Havertown, Pa./ Haverford Twp Rye, N.Y./Deerfield Academy Baltimore, Md./St. Paul’s Montclair, N.J./Montclair New Canaan, Conn./Hotchkiss Dobbs Ferry, N.Y./Hackley School Montclair, N.J./Montclair Freehold, N.J./W. Tresper Clarke Ithaca, N.Y./Ithaca West Chester, Pa./Henderson Baltimore, Md./The Park School Princeton, N.J./Princeton Concord, Mass./Concord-Carlisle Princeton, N.J./Princeton Dundalk, Md./Dundalk Abington, Pa./Abington Abington, Pa./Abington Baltimore, Md./Boys’ Latin Malvern, Pa./Haverford School Baltimore, Md./Calvert Hall Parkton, Md./Hereford Simsbury, Conn./Sinsbury Henrietta, N.Y./Roth Northport, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Parkton, Md./Hereford Mt. Lebanon, Pa./Mercersburg Acad. Lindenhurst, N.Y./Lindenhurst Abington, Pa./Abington Baltimore, Md./Towson Northport, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Montclair, N.J./Montclair Kimberley Montclair, N.J./Montclair Charlottesville, Va./Albemarle New Canaan, Conn./Kent School Garden City, N.Y./Garden City Garden City, N.Y./Garden City Waban, Mass./Avon Old Farms Haverford, Pa./Haverford School Manhasset, N.Y./Manhassett Hudson, Ohio/Western Res. Acad. Parkton, Md./Hereford Hicksville, N.Y./Bethpage Rochester, N.Y./Irondequoit Brentwood, N.Y./Brentwood Chestertown, Md./Kent New Canaan, Conn./New Canaan Ivoryton, Conn./Canterbury School Ivoryton, Conn./Canterbury School Haverford, Pa./Wm Penn Charter Corning, N.Y./Corning East Great Falls, Va./Episcopal Glen Head, N.Y./Friends School Lynbrook, N.Y./Lynbrook Westfield, N.J./Westfield Wilton, Conn./Wilton Lynbrook, N.Y./Lynbrook Hicksville, N.Y./Choate Rosemary Hall Portland, Maine/Salisbury School Westfield, N.J./Westfield Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa Baldwin, N.Y./Kellenberg Yorktown Heights, N.Y./Yorktown West Chester, Pa./West Chester East Towson, Md./Friends School Dallas, Texas/Hillcrest Glen Mills, Pa./Archmere Academy Medford, N.Y./Patchogue-Medford Boonton Twp., N.J./Mountain Lakes Penfield, N.Y./McQuaid Jesuit San Francisco, Calif./St. Ignatius Wilmington, Del./Tatnall Hingham, Mass./Hingham Baltimore, Md.Mt. St. Joseph Mt. Lebanon, Pa./Mt. Lebanon Hingham, Mass./Hingham Ann Arbor, Mich./Pioneer Baltimore, Md./Boys’ Latin Sandy, Utah/Juan Diego Boonton Twp., N.J./Mountain Lakes Barrington, Ill./Salisbury School Arnold, Md./Archbishop Spalding Darien, Conn./Darien Westbury, N.Y./Kellenberg Memorial

DID YOU KNOW: Bucknell has 47,000 alumni living in every state and nearly 100 countries.


BUCKNELL BISON 2010 Men’s Lacrosse 2010 adidas BISON BRAWL TEAM CAMP When: July 6-8, 2010 Where: On the campus of Bucknell University Cost: $550 for Resident Campers; $375 for Day Campers Camp Director: Frank Fedorjaka Camp Co-Director: Judd Lattimore Bucknell University Head Lacrosse Coach Frank Fedorjaka invites you to the 2010 adidas Bison Brawl Team Lacrosse Camp. Thirty top-tier high school and club lacrosse teams will be showcased for college coaches and scouts. Conveniently held on the campus of Bucknell University, the adidas Bison Brawl Team Lacrosse Camp provides the ultimate team competition, multiple synthetic turf fields, illuminated stadium venue, ample parking, dormitory facilities, hotels, hospitality and exposure to the college admissions and athletic recruitment process — not specific to Bucknell University. The camp is held on Bucknell University’s 450-acre campus in the heart of the beautiful Susquehanna River Valley in Lewisburg, Pa. Bucknell’s campus is located adjacent to Rt. 15, just six miles south of I-80 and 55 miles north of Harrisburg, Pa. Campers compete in the 13,100-seat Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium. With its recently-installed FieldTurf, it is one of the finest venues in all of college lacrosse. The camp also utilizes the newly renovated West Fields complex, which also offers a first-class atmosphere for lacrosse at any level. The camp provides state-of-the-art facilities and accommodations for a competitive lacrosse atmosphere. All teams will have a chance to work on team concepts and various aspects of team play as the week progresses. Camp staff and referees help provide the most realistic, game-like experience possible. This is a unique chance to grow and learn as a team while continuing to develop all the important individual skills necessary to play at the college level. For more information, contact Judd Lattimore at 570-577-3059 or judd.lattimore@bucknell.edu, or visit the camp Web site at http://events.level2sports.com/adidas_bison_brawl

ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT The Department of Athletics and Recreation strives to set the standard of excellence for intercollegiate and intramural programs in higher education, thereby advancing and drawing attention to the mission, core values, and educational goals of Bucknell University. The Department believes that student-athletes’ academic programs must be their first priority. It is therefore committed to maintaining Bucknell’s high national ranking for student-athletes’ graduation rates and for producing Academic All-Americans, and to continued leadership of the Patriot League in Academic Honor Roll nominations, based on grade-point averages. The coaches’ and staff’s paramount responsibility is maintaining academic priorities and supporting student-athletes’ education, even while providing the rigorous and serious NCAA Division I athletic opportunities Bucknell student-athletes seek. Further, the Department promotes the personal growth of student-athletes and the general student body by encouraging personal health, development, and balance among intellectual, social, civic, and physical pursuits; by celebrating challenge and competition; and by preparing participants for service and leadership in the world. Coaches and staff direct a rich array of athletic programs and recreational opportunities aimed at increasing student engagement, as well as strengthening character, healthy living, teamwork, sportsmanship, and spirit. In creating shared experiences for students, faculty, and staff, as well as alumni, family, and friends, the Department’s programs add substantially to Bucknell’s sense of community and foster life-long relationships with Bucknell. The Department embraces the University’s decision to compete at the highest extramural level, in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Division I membership is valuable not only because this level of competition maximally challenges student-athletes, but also because it signals clearly Bucknell’s high standards and seriousness of purpose in all extracurricular endeavors and it helps position Bucknell apart from other National Liberal Arts Colleges. Likewise, the competitive success the Department seeks, measured in part by consistent contention for the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup, reflects positively upon Bucknell’s student-athletes and the University alike, and it brings distinction and national recognition to Bucknell. A student-centered operation, the Department is committed to providing equitable opportunities to women and men, as well as members of minority and majority groups of all kinds. The Department subscribes to, and complies with, all principles and regulations of the Patriot League, the Eastern College Athletic Conference, and the NCAA. The department is proud that so many of today’s exemplary Bison scholar-athletes will be tomorrow’s outstanding leaders.

BISON LAX IN THE COMMUNITY My top priority as a head coach is to be sure that our program has a positive image on campus, in the community and in the lacrosse world. It is important to me that our student-athletes give back to the University, the community, and to the sport they love, and that these three entities are better with Bucknell Lacrosse than without. That said, I am proud to announce this year’s Community Service Plan. Our goal is to contribute 24 hours of community service per team member. That’s 42 student-athletes x 24 hours each = The U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne over 1,000 hours! We will be contributing Division, Co. A, 506th Regiment to many, many causes again this year. shows off care packages sent to The events and non-profit organizations Iraq by the Bison lacrosse team. that we will be supporting this year are as follows: Americans Supporting Americans – Our participation in this program has caught national attention and has sparked a number of universities, programs, churches, classrooms, etc., to join. We were the first university and certainly the first athletic team to participate in this wonderful program that supports U.S. troops overseas. No Excuses University – We send literature to elementary aged kids in Auburn, N.Y., promoting citizenship and academics. Best Buddies – One or two players each year enroll in the Best Buddies program, where they have an opportunity to build a relationship with a physically or mentally handicapped person in our area. Harvest Soup Kitchen – Team members will help serve at various times. Ronald McDonald House – “Grab a Tab” fundraising program. Colleges against Cancer – Team will take part in a 5K run on campus Oct. 21. AIDS Walk – Team will took part in a 1-hour AIDS walk in the Gerhard Fieldhouse on Nov. 5 at Bucknell. Employer Expo – Members of the team assisted in loading exhibits at Employer Expo on Bucknell’s campus. Event managed by the Career Development Office. Day Care – Visit Sunflower Day Care facility and read to young children. Adopt-A-Highway – Clean up highway along Stein Lane in Lewisburg. — Frank Fedorjaka, Head Coach

THE PLAN FOR BUCKNELL Bucknell is a unique national university

where liberal arts and professional programs complement each other, where 3,350 full-time students are educated for a lifetime of critical thinking and strong leadership. For 160 years, the University has remained true to its fundamental purpose: to educate and prepare students for lives that make a difference and have a positive impact on the world. In keeping with that purpose, the University has developed The Plan for Bucknell, which includes its collective vision — “To provide students with the premier undergraduate experience in American higher education.” The Plan comprises five strategies: Strengthen the Academic Core aims to ensure that a Bucknell education is challenging and engaging, with openness to new ideas and a culture of innovation; Deepen the Residential Learning Experience will provide a residential learning and living experience that complements the academic program, integrates the athletics and recreation program and promotes personal growth and development and civic and ethical responsibility; Enhance Diversity is a commitment to diversity in all its forms within a civil and supportive environment of open exchange to prepare Bucknell graduates to live and work in a globally integrated and intercultural world; Build Bridges will bring the world to Bucknell — through visiting scholars and sports teams, international students and alumni, guest speakers, international focus semesters, and electronic communications — and bring Bucknell to the world through strategic partnerships and community engagement activities as well as opportunities for off-campus study and faculty research; Secure Our Financial Future will secure resources necessary to engage new opportunities, lessen dependence on tuition, and ensure our financial future. The Plan for Bucknell was unanimously approved by the Board of Trustees on April 29, 2006, having previously been approved by the students and faculty. We have begun implementing it and are determined to make it a reality over the next decade. To read the complete version of The Plan for Bucknell or to request a published version, see http://www.bucknell.edu/ThePlanforBucknell

DID YOU KNOW: Bucknell annually ranks among the national leaders in student-athlete graduation rate.

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Junior Sam Finnell takes over as the starting goalie this spring.


2010 Bucknell Men's Lacrosse Media Guide  

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