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LEAGUE Offensive Players of the Year

First Team ALL-AMERICANS

Tewaaraton Award Finalists


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League Defensive players of the year

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North-south all-star game participants

All-americans

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first team STEVE DUSSEAU First Team All-American 2001, 2002

WALID HAJJ First Team All-American 2004

JERRY LAMBE First Team All-American 2007

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all-americans GREG MCCAVERA First Team All-American 1999

BRODIE MERRILL First Team All-American 2004, 2005

KYLE SWEENEY First Team All-American 2002

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TAble of contents First Team All-Americans....................................................................................................... 2-3 GEORGETOWN........................................................................................................5-14 Georgetown University.......................................................................................................... 5-8 Hoya Spirit.................................................................................................................................... 9 John DeGioia..............................................................................................................................10 Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D......................................................................................................11 Sports in D.C..............................................................................................................................12 Washington, D.C.......................................................................................................................13 Facilities.......................................................................................................................................14 GUHoyas.com...........................................................................................................................14 PREVIEW.................................................................................................................15-18 2010 Preview...................................................................................................................... 16-17 2010 Roster...............................................................................................................................18 COACHES & STAFF..............................................................................................19-24 Head Coach Dave Urick................................................................................................... 20-21 Matt Rienzo.................................................................................................................................22 Scott Urick..................................................................................................................................23 Jesse Miller..................................................................................................................................24 Support Staff..............................................................................................................................24 TEAM........................................................................................................................ 25-44 2010 Captains.................................................................................................................... 26-28 2010 Player Bios...............................................................................................................29-44 OPPONENTS......................................................................................................... 45-48 2010 Opponents...............................................................................................................46-48 REVIEW................................................................................................................... 49-54 2009 Review..............................................................................................................................50 2009 Statistics..........................................................................................................................51 2009 Boxscores.................................................................................................................52-54 HERITAGE...............................................................................................................55-62 Triumph & Heritage............................................................................................................ 56-57 Hoyas Beyond the Hilltop................................................................................................58-59 Top Games in Hoya History............................................................................................ 60-61 A Typical Year.............................................................................................................................62 RECORDS................................................................................................................63-76 All-Time Series Records..........................................................................................................64 Year-by-Year Results.......................................................................................................... 65-67 All-Time Coaches & Captains................................................................................................68 Awards & Honors......................................................................................................................69 Team & University Awards.......................................................................................................70 Team & Individual Awards.......................................................................................................71 Single Season Records...........................................................................................................72 Career Records.........................................................................................................................73 BIG EAST Conference............................................................................................................74 Dave Urick Top Gun Camp / Compliance..........................................................................75 2010 Lacrosse Patrons / Crease Club...............................................................................76

Quick Facts General Information Location................................................................. Washington, D.C. Founded........................................................................................ 1789 Enrollment............................6,853 undergraduate, 14,148 total Nickname.................................................................................... Hoyas Colors................................................................................ Blue & Gray Stadium....................................................................Multi-Sport Field Capacity.......................................................................................2,400 Affiliation................................................................... NCAA Division I Conference.................................................................................ECAC President....................................................................John J. DeGioia Interim Director of Athletics............ Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D. History First year of Division I men’s lacrosse.................................. 1970 Overall all-time record............................. 246-241 (40 seasons) NCAA tournament appearances................................................ 11 NCAA record..............................................................................10-11

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Credits The 2010 Georgetown men’s lacrosse media guide is published by the Sports Information Office. It was written and compiled by Sports Information Director Mike “Mex” Carey. Editing, coordination and assistance on the guide provided by Publications Coordinator Diana T. Pulupa. Thanks to Bill Shapland, Barbara Jonas, Drew Wiseman, Ryan Sakamoto, Phillip Giantsos, Anna Selling, John Lim, David Cooper and Bryant Wolf as well as the Georgetown men’s lacrosse coaching staff. Photography by Rafael Suanes, Mike “Mex” Carey, Georgetown University photographer Phil Humnicky, Mitchell Layton, Diane Hostetler and the university archives. Design by Old Hat Creative, Norman, Okla. Printing by Frank Gumpert, Annapolis, Md. Special thanks to Robert Smith and the Old Hat Creative staff as well as Matt Marzullo and Tina Friia and the Frank Gumpert staff. Mission & Goals Statement of the Department of Athletics The Georgetown University Department of Athletics, as part of a university with roots in the Jesuit tradition of education, commits itself to the comprehensive development of the student. The interdependence of the physical, emotional, moral and intellectual aspects of personal growth requires simultaneous and balanced focus. This objective does not imply that each facet of an individual’s psychological, social and academic growth is of equal importance. It does require that Georgetown provide the means and encouragement for each person to develop according to his or her own interests and abilities. This is especially true in athletics, whether at the recreational, intercollegiate, intramural or instructional level. In addition to physical development, the Department of Athletics promotes principles of character, development and sportsmanship within the framework of an abiding and broadened commitment to community. Accordingly, the Athletics Department is committed to, fosters and pursues the fair and equitable treatment of both men and women, and the provision of equitable access and opportunities for minority students and institutional personnel. NCAA Position on Gambling The NCAA opposes all forms of legal and illegal sports wagering. Sports wagering has the potential to undermine the integrity of sports contests and jeopardizes the welfare of student-athletes and the intercollegiate community. Sports wagering demeans the competition and competitors alike by a message that is contrary to the purposes and meaning of “sport.” Sports competition should be appreciated for the inherent benefits related to participation of student-athletes, coaches and institutions in fair contests, not the amount of money wagered on the outcome of the competition. For these reasons, the NCAA membership has adopted specific rules prohibiting athletics department staff members and student-athletes from engaging in gambling activities as they relate to intercollegiate or professional intercollegiate or professional sporting events. Title IX and NCAA Peer Review The Georgetown University Athletics Department has undergone two extensive reviews of its athletic programs: an audit by the Department of Education concerning Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and Georgetown’s inaugural review under the NCAA’s new Athletics Certification program. The Department of Education has found Georgetown’s athletic programs to be in compliance with Title IX, and the University was certified by the NCAA in November of 1995 and again in 2001. Anti-Discrimination Policy In accordance with the requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the implementing regulations promulgated under each of these federal statutes, Georgetown University does not discriminate in its programs, activities, or employment practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. The University’s compliance program under these statutes and regulations is supervised by Rosemary Kilkenny, Special Assistant to the President of Affirmative Action Programs. Her office is located in Room G-10, Darnall Hall, and her telephone number is (202) 687-4798.

Staff Head Coach...............................Dave Urick (Cortland State ’70) Record at GU / Career Record......................200-81/20 years / 322-111/30 years Assistant Coaches............ Matthew Rienzo (Georgetown ’97) Scott Urick (Georgetown ’00) Volunteer Assistant Coach.....................Jesse Miller (Tufts, ‘06) Athletic Trainer............................................................. Shawn Hendi Team Information 2009 Record....................................................................................7-7 Home / Away / Neutral............................................3-4 / 4-3 / 0-0 League Record / Finish.................................................. 3-4 / Third 2009 Postseason........................................................................none Starters Returning/Lost................................................................8/2 Letterwinners Returning / Lost...........................................36 / 12 2009 Captains....Craig Dowd, Barney Ehrmann, Scott Kocis

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Sports Information Men’s Lacrosse Contact.................................. Mike “Mex” Carey SID Office Phone..................................................(202) 687-2475 Cell Phone................................................................(917) 576-7445 Fax..............................................................................(202) 687-2491 SID E-mail..............................................mbc32@georgetown.edu Press Box phone...................................................(202) 687-5120 SID Mailing Address: McDonough Arena Georgetown University 3700 O Street Washington, D.C. 20057 Overnight Address..................................................Same as above Internet.................................................................www.guhoyas.com


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WELCOME TO GEORGETOWn Combining the tradition of being the oldest Catholic institution of higher learning in the United States with an awareness of ever-changing educational needs, Georgetown University continues to challenge the minds of young men and women eager to learn. Founded in 1789 as Georgetown College, a small gathering of 12 students and a handful of professors, it has grown into a major international university that includes four undergraduate schools, respected graduate programs, a law school and a medical school. Georgetown’s 104-acre Main and Medical Center campus, located in a historic neighborhood of our nation’s capital and overlooking the Potomac River, houses 64 buildings including a hospital and hotel, athletic fields and student residences that can accommodate more than 6,000 students. Ranked among the nation’s most distinguished institutions of higher learning, the success of the University’s philosophy and endeavors is reflected in its enrollment and applicant pool. Its student

body, one of the most geographically diverse in the country, consists of individuals from all 50 states and 132 foreign countries, while only 21 percent of its applicants for the freshman class of 2011 were accepted. In the classroom, the University offers stateof-the-art facilities, while holding less than an 8-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio. Today more than 13,000 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs at Georgetown University, served by more than 1,200 full time and 450 part time faculty. 700 full-time and 350 part-time professors teach undergraduates on the main campus. Distinguished professors include former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, former Director of the CIA George Tenet, best-selling author and linguist Deborah Tannen, former National Security Advisor Anthony Lake, and former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar. Recent visiting faculty include Grammy-winner Bobby McFerrin and acclaimed author Mario Vargas Llosa.

University Mission Statement Georgetown is a Catholic and Jesuit, student-centered research university. Established in 1789 in the spirit of the new republic, the University was founded on the principle that serious and sustained discourse among people of different faiths, cultures, and beliefs promotes intellectual, ethical and spiritual understanding. We embody this principle in the diversity of our students, faculty and staff, our commitment to justice and the common good, our intellectual

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openness and our international character. An academic community dedicated to creating and communicating knowledge, Georgetown provides excellent undergraduate, graduate and professional education in the Jesuit tradition for the glory of God and the well-being of humankind. Georgetown educates women and men to be reflective lifelong learners, to be responsible and active participants in civic life, and to live generously in service to others.

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GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY Athletics at Georgetown

Georgetown University’s varsity athletics programs are a major component of the undergraduate experience. Georgetown offers 29 varsity sports that compete at the Division I level, most of them in the nationallyrecognized BIG EAST Conference. Georgetown’s 800-plus student-athletes are a major portion of the University’s enrollment, with more than one of every 10 undergraduates, competing on a team. Athletics at Georgetown enjoys a rich history dating back to the first documented athletic contest, a baseball game on May 10, 1870. Georgetown’s tradition includes a total of 17 team and 18 individual national championships, while boasting numerous Olympians, National Players of the Year and All-Americans. The success continued for Georgetown athletics during the 2008-09 academic year. Twenty-seven student-athletes earned All-America honors, while an additional 65 earned all-conference recognition, including five major conference award winners, and 269 received academic acknowledgement. Highlights from this year include a regular season championship, NCAA Tournament berths and numerous individual honors. The women’s lacrosse squad had an outstanding year winning the regular season championship, advancing to the BIG EAST Tournament championship game and earning an at-large NCAA bid. Seven Hoyas were named All-BIG EAST and the team won three major awards including BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year for Head Coach Ricky Fried and his assistants. The track & field program had another strong season with the women finishing second at the Indoor BIG EAST Championship and the men placing third at the outdoor conference meet. Georgetown graduate student Maggie Infeld won the 1,500 meters and anchored the winning 4x800 meter relay team. Overall, the program had 16 All-Americans. This followed a successful fall that saw Andrew Bumbalough capture the BIG EAST Cross Country title. Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams qualified for the postseason. The men received a bid to the NIT led by BIG EAST Rookie of the Year Greg Monroe. The women advanced to the WNIT for the first time since 2003 playing late into March eventually falling in the tournament quarterfinals. Senior Karee Houlette was an All-BIG EAST performer. The men’s and women’s soccer squads both made the BIG EAST Tournament after successful seasons. After receiving a first-round bye, the women hosted their first BIG EAST quarterfinal in the program’s history. On the water, sophomore Charlie Buckingham was awarded the Everett B. Morris Trophy which goes to the College Sailor of the Year. It marked the second year in a row a Hoya had received the honor and the third recognition in four years. A total of six GU sailors were named All-American following the close of the season. Also, women’s rowing head coach Glenn Putyrae and his staff were named the BIG EAST Rowing Coaching Staff of the Year after the Hoyas finished fourth at the BIG EAST Championships. Two famous firsts also occurred during the 2008-09 season as the Georgetown softball team set off on its maiden voyage in BIG EAST play, narrowly missing the conference tournament. The Georgetown women’s golf team also hosted the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship for the first time. The event was held at the Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, Md., during the month of May.

History

For more than 215 years, Georgetown University has overlooked the banks of the Potomac River. Georgetown owes its existence to Father John Carroll, whose desire for an academy to educate the Catholic youth of the nation that gave root to the founding of Georgetown. Construction began on the first building in 1788, but the first student, William Gaston, arrived from North Carolina in 1791 before it was even completed. Two years later, Charles and George Dinnies, brothers from New York, were awarded the degree of Bachelor of Arts and became the College’s first graduates. By 1871, Georgetown had expanded to include two professional schools: medicine and law, and gradually moved towards establishing itself as a university. During this time, the school was guided by the efforts of Patrick F. Healy, S.J., who is often referred to as its second founder. The son of an Irish immigrant and a former slave, Father Healy became the first African-American to earn a Ph.D. and the first to head a predominantly white university. President from 1874 until 1882, he is credited with guiding Georgetown from a small liberal arts college to a modern university. Women began to study at Georgetown when the School of Nursing was founded in 1903. Their enrollment increased gradually through the first part of the century and by 1952 was admitted to all schools but the College of Arts and Sciences. At the end of the 1960’s, the University became fully coeducational, as women were admitted to the college. The 1980’s were highlighted by intense growth and prosperity through the leadership of its 46th President Timothy S. Healy, S.J. Its academic reputation improved, its endowment increased five-fold, minority enrollment grew and a host of building were constructed including Yates Field House, the Intercultural Center and the Leavey Center.

Facilities

A major new addition to Georgetown’s campus is the Southwest Quadrangle, a $188.5 million initiative that was the largest construction project in Georgetown history. Part of an ongoing effort to enhance the quality of campus life, the project provided a new 784-bed residence hall, a multi-level underground parking facility, a 1,200-person Leo J. O’Donovan S.J. dining hall, and a new home for Georgetown’s Jesuit Community. Additionally, the Davis Performing Arts Center and the Wagner Alumni House opened in Fall 2005, and a new home for the McDonough School of Business is under construction. In October of 1988 the Leavey Center was constructed to house the Office of Student Affairs, the University Bookstore, a cafeteria, several restaurants, a Marriott hotel with 150 rooms, and a parking garage. For recreation and relaxation, students and faculty head to Yates Field house, a four level sports complex. Among the features of this facility are 12 multi-purpose courts for tennis, basketball, racquetball, squash, and volleyball; a four-lane, 200-meter indoor jogging track; a dance studio; and an eight-lane swimming pool with separate diving area. The Edward B. Bunn Intercultural Center is an example of Georgetown’s look to the future. The center brings together, under the world’s largest solar electric roof, all of the University’s teaching programs in comparative and regional studies, international affairs and diplomacy, and foreign languages. The building houses one of Georgetown’s three computer centers, an interactive teaching lab, a television studio, language laboratories, and an interpreter training facility using state-of-the art equipment for simultaneous interpretation.

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Famous Georgetown Alumni Business

Charles Cawley (C’62)............................................... Chairman / CEO, MBNA Bank of America Ted Leonsis (C’77).......................................................................................... President / CEO, AOL Phillip Marineau (C’68)..........Former Hoya Rower and President/CEO of Levi Strauss & Co. Patricia Russo (C’72).................................................................Chairwoman, Lucent Technologies

Law, Government & Politics

Bill Clinton (F’68)................................................................. Former President of the United States Antonin Scalia (C’57)........................................................... United States Supreme Court Justice George Tenet (F’76)................. Former Hoya Lacrosse Player and Former Director of the CIA Pat Buchanan (C’61).................................................... Political Pundit and Television Personality Michael Powell (L’93)..................................................................................... Former Chairman, FCC General George Casey (F’70).................................................... Former Hoya Football Player and Former Commander of the Coalition forces in Iraq General James Jones (F’66)................................................... Former Hoya Basketball Player and commandant, U.S. Marine Corp, Supreme Commander of NATO International Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (F’68)............................................................ President of the Phillipines His Majesty King Abdullah II ibn al-Hussein (MF’87)...............................Current King of Jordan Felipe de Borbon (MF’95)............................................................................. Crown Prince of Spain

Sports

Paul Tagliabue (C’62).............................................................. Former Hoya Basketball Player and former Commissioner of the NFL Arlen Kantarian (B’75)............................................................... CEO, USTA – Professional Tennis Jamie McCourt (L’75).................................................................... President, Los Angeles Dodgers Michael Heisley (B’60)......................................... Owner, Memphis Grizzlies and CEO of Heico Carmen Policy (L’66)............................................................. Former President, Cleveland Browns William Shea (C’29)....................................................................Shea Stadium named in his honor Roy Hibbert (C’08)......................................................................................................... Indiana Pacers Patrick Ewing Jr. (C’08)......................................................................................................NBA/NDBL Alonzo Mourning (C’92).........................................................................................former NBA player Dikembe Mutombo (C’91).....................................................................................former NBA player Patrick Ewing (C’85)...............................................................................................former NBA player

Entertainment

Stuart Bloomberg (C’72)...................................................Former Chairman, ABC Entertainment Malcolm Lee (C’92)..........................................Former Hoya Athletic Department Employee and Director of motion pictures Best Man and Undercover Brother Margaret Edson (G’92).......................................................Pulitzer Prize Winning Author of “Wit” William Peter Blatty (C’50)............................................................................. Author of The Exorcist Greta Van Susteren (L’79, L’82)......................... Fox News Channel Anchor and Commentator Maria Shriver (C’77)............................... NBC News Commentator and First Lady of California Frank Comeford (B’77)......... Former Hoya Lacrosse Player and President/GM of WNBC-TV

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ACADEMIC AWARDS AND HONORS In its history, Georgetown has attracted some of the nation’s top students, whose achievements include some of the most prestigious awards in higher education:

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Rhodes Scholarships for study at Oxford University Marshall Scholarships for study in England Mellon Fellowships for graduate study in the United States Luce Foundation Scholarships for study in the Far East Truman Scholarships for study leading to public service since 1977

Clare Boothe Luce Scholarships for women in the study of science and engineering

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Mitchell Scholarships for study in Ireland Jack Kent Cooke Scholarships for undergraduate and graduate study

Goldwater Scholarships for study in math, science and engineering

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MAJORS AT GEORGETOWN Georgetown College American Studies Anthropology Arabic Art History Biology Catholic Studies Chemistry and Biochemistry Chinese Classics Cognitive Science Comparative Literature Computer Science Economics English French

German Government Greek Hebrew History Interdisciplinary Studies & Programs Italian Japanese Jewish Studies Justice and Peace Studies Korean Linguistics Mathematics Medieval Studies Music

Philosophy Physics Polish Political Economy Portuguese Program in Performing Arts Psychology Russian Russian Literature and Culture Slavic Languages Social and Political Thought Sociology Spanish Studio Art Theater

Theology Ukranian Women’s studies McDonough School of Business Accounting Finance International Business Management Marketing Operations & Information Management Walsh School of Foreign Service Culture and Politics Foreign Service Core Curriculum

International Economics International History International Political Economy International Politics Regional and Comparative Studies Science, Technology, and International Affairs School of Nursing and Health Studies Health System Administration Human Science International Health Nursing

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HOYA SPIRIT

School Colors

Blue and gray were adopted as the official school colors in 1866 following the Civil War, to symbolize the reunification of the North and the South. The war had such a profound impact upon the University, which housed the Union Army as it moved south to occupy the surrounding area.

What is a Hoya?

The Georgetown mascot, the Hoya, is derived from the Greek and Latin phrase “Hoya Saxa,” which, loosely translated, means “What Rocks!” Some say it originated in a cheer referring to the stones that comprised the school’s outer walls; others say it began in the 19th century with the birth of Georgetown’s Stonewalls baseball club; a third version has a “hoya saxa” cheer arising after an impressive goal-line stand by the defense of the Hoya football team. The name proved popular and the term “Hoyas” was eventually adopted for all Georgetown teams.

Hoya Blue

Hoya Blue is Georgetown’s student-run Spirit Club charged with promoting all Georgetown sports and creating an exciting atmosphere at games. Hoya Blue hosts pregame events, leads cheers in the student section, plans and organizes road trips and throws victory parties. Every member of Hoya Blue wears t‑shirts to the game that cry “I BLEED HOYA BLUE” and members chant the official cry “HOYA SAXA,” which is Latin for “What Rocks.”

Who is Jack?

Georgetown’s mascot is Jack the Bulldog. The name “Jack” and the breed of English Bulldog was formally adopted in 1962, after a long line of breeds “auditioned” for the position during the first half of the century. Georgetown was one of the first schools to employ a “human mascot.” A familiar blue and gray costumed student appears at all major athletic and social events and is one of the most recognizable college mascots in the nation.

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ADMINISTRATION

JOHN J. DEGIOIA UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT For more than a quarter century, John J. DeGioia, Ph.D (C’79, G’95) has helped to define and strengthen Georgetown University as a premier institution for education and research. Since graduating from the University in 1979, he has served both as a senior administrator and as a faculty member. On July 1, 2001, he became Georgetown’s 48th president. As president, Dr. DeGioia is deeply committed to sustaining academic excellence at Georgetown. He has helped to recruit intellectual leaders to the faculty and secured substantial funding for scholarly research and academic programs. Under Dr. DeGioia’s leadership, the University completed in December 2003 the largest fund-raising effort in University history, the Third Century Campaign. The $1 billion capital campaign benefited Georgetown’s Main, Medical, and Law Center campuses to secure endowment funds for curriculum and faculty support, increase student financial aid, and build and renovate facilities. In 2002-2003, Dr. DeGioia oversaw the largest

expansion of campus facilities, with the Southwest Quadrangle - a one million square-foot complex of student housing; study, seminar and music rooms; and a new Jesuit Community - at the forefront. Dr. DeGioia addresses broader issues in higher education as a board member of the American Council on Education, the Association of American Colleges and Universities, and the Campus Compact, and as an executive committee member of the Council on Competitiveness. He is chair of the Consortium on Financing Higher Education and serves on the Business-Higher Education Forum. To prepare young people for leadership roles in the global community, Dr. DeGioia has expanded opportunities for intercultural and interreligious dialogue, welcomed world leaders to campus, and convened international conferences to address challenging issues. He is a member of the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO and Chair of its Education Committee and he represents Georgetown at the World Economic Forum and on the Council on Foreign Relations. Dr. DeGioia has enhanced Georgetown’s relationship with the many political, cultural, corporate, and economic resources of Washington, D.C. He serves on the Greater Washington Board of Trade and the Federal City Council.

Dr. DeGioia is also a strong supporter of Georgetown’s social justice initiatives that seek to improve opportunities for Washington’s underserved neighborhoods. As the first lay president of a Jesuit university, Dr. DeGioia places special emphasis on sustaining and strengthening Georgetown’s Catholic and Jesuit identity and its responsibility to serve as a voice and an instrument for justice. He has also been a strong advocate for inter-religious dialogue. He is a member of the Order of Malta, a lay religious order of the Roman Catholic Church dedicated to serving the sick and the poor. Dr. DeGioia is a Professorial Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy. He earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Georgetown University in 1979 and his PhD in Philosophy from the University in 1995. He has most recently taught “Ethics and Global Development,” “Human Rights: A Culture in Crisis,” and a seminar on “Ways of Knowing.” Prior to his appointment as president, Dr. DeGioia held a variety of senior administrative positions at Georgetown, including senior vice president, responsible for university-wide operations, and dean of student affairs. In 2004, he was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Academia from the Sons of Italy.

Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D. INTERIM DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia named Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D. (C’83) Interim Athletics Director at the university in June 2009. Dr. Porterfield currently serves as Senior Vice President for Strategic Development. Porterfield has played an oversight role with Athletics for the past five years. He chaired the senior coordinating group that assisted the last interim Athletics Director in 2004-05. He participated in the search that brought Muir to the Francis X. Rienzo Chair of Athletics at Georgetown and provided week-to-week supervision for the Athletics Director on behalf of the President during the past year. In addition, he was a member of the Board of Directors ad hoc committee on Athletics in 2006-07 and has participated heavily in the development of budget parameters for the Department and a conceptual model for a new training facility. Porterfield has worked closely with head coaches John Thompson III and

Terri Williams-Flournoy to maximize opportunities for the men’s and women’s basketball programs, as well as with Vice President of Student Affairs Todd Olson to enhance academic services and leadership development for student-athletes. “I’m looking forward to providing interim leadership while President DeGioia recruits a new leader for the department,” Porterfield said. “My priorities will be to provide effective management, ensure a smooth transition for our permanent Athletics Director, meet and listen to coaches and alumni, and engage deeply with students so I can understand still better the nature and future potential of the student-athlete experience at Georgetown. This interim role combines nicely with my pre-existing work at Georgetown, which is to help foster academic excellence, on-campus continuity, service to the city and new initiatives.” Porterfield, who is also an assistant professor of English and teaches literature courses dealing with human rights, education and social justice, has served as a senior leader at Georgetown for more than 12 years. As senior vice president for strategic development, he leads university initiatives in government relations, strategic planning,

communications and new project development. He is the 2003 recipient of the Dorothy M. Brown Award for outstanding service to students and the 2008 Edward B. Bunn, S.J. Award for Teaching Excellence in Georgetown College. Porterfield is a 1983 graduate of Georgetown College and was a recipient of a Rhodes Scholarship and a Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities. He earned his Ph.D. degree at The City University of New York Graduate Center. Prior to coming to Georgetown in 1997, he served for four years as a senior aide to Health and Human Service Secretary Donna E. Shalala. In the 1980’s Dr. Porterfield founded Georgetown University’s D.C. Schools Project and After School Kids Program, two ongoing social justice projects that allow several hundred students a year to work with immigrant children and at-risk youth. He now serves on the board of directors of The Cristo Rey Network. Dr. Porterfield is married to Karen A. Herrling (C ‘84, L ‘90). They have three children and live on campus in faculty housing.

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SPORTS IN D.C.

Christian Gomez

Antawn Jamison

Santana Moss

Ryan Zimmerman

Abby Wambach

Joe Flacco Ravens Stadium

Serena Williams Washington, D.C., a true sports town, has a team in every major league, and in some cases fans are divided among area rivals.

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WASHINGTON D.C.

D.C. Metro

Washington Monument

Dupont Circle

WASHINGTON, D.C. ...

A CITY LIKE NONE OTHER Washington, D.C. is a powerful symbol of democracy and freedom. The leaders who gather on Capitol Hill and in the surrounding areas direct this nation and assist the world, in a quest to better equip its lands and the lives of its people. But D.C. offers more than its numerous symbols of patriotism and history. It has unique cultural neighborhoods, fine cuisine, upscale shopping, urban nightlife, theater and vast recreational opportunities. Washington, D.C. is a sophisticated city that offers its residents and visitors the chance to engage in world-class activities and experiences.

Lincoln Memorial

The Capitol Building

National Zoo

President Obama and Vice President Biden at a Georgetown men’s basketball game

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FACILITIES / GUHOYAS.COM

MULTI-SPORT FIELD The Georgetown University women’s lacrosse team will play at the Multi-Sport Field for the third straight season. The Multi-Sport Field, a FieldTurf surface, is home to football and the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams. Located at the center of campus, the facility currently has a seating capacity of 2,500, but upon completion will accommodate a seating capacity of 4,500 (2,000 in the East stands and 2,500 in the West stands). A new multi-purpose field of FieldTurf will allow yearround practices and games for football and men’s and women’s lacrosse. The Multi-Sport Facility, the most significant undertaking in the history of Georgetown

athletics, will provide a new and adequately sized gathering place for the Georgetown community, including hundreds of athletic, academic, educational and recreational opportunities throughout the years to engage students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, neighbors and friends. Situated at the heart of campus and adjacent to the Southwest Quad, Village C and Harbin Dorms, the Multi-Sport Facility will serve as a natural hub for walkway “spokes,” enabling all the amenities and spaces of the campus to be interconnected for use and enjoyment on a 24/7 basis. The central location guarantees audiences for future events on the Hilltop, while providing a pastoral focal point for all who look down from the dorms.

GUHoyas.com GUHoyas.com is in its third season powered by CBS College Sports, the premier website design and hosting company for college athletics. After launching in March 2005, GUHoyas.com has seen viewership rise to nearly 100,000 visitors a month. Those numbers will continue to grow as more fans log on to get behind the scenes of Georgetown Athletics. Visitors can read the latest news on the Georgetown teams, learn about their favorite Hoyas and check the upcoming schedule. After each contest, check back with GUHoyas.com for postgame releases, statistics, photo galleries, game highlights and other features involving the Hoyas. All your favorite Hoya gear can also be purchased through GUHoyas.com by visiting our online store.

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The facility will be built in a phased sequence to minimize the effect on game schedules and to allow for greater integration among facility projects. The first phase, unveiled on September 17, 2005 for the Hoyas football home opener against Brown, included the construction of the artificial turf field and the implementation of temporary stands and press box. The next phases will include the completion of the stands, permanent fencing, a two-level press box, support spaces, locker rooms, video and conference rooms and training room, as well as a new video scoreboard.


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2010 PREVIEW The Georgetown men’s lacrosse team enters the 2010 season with three goals in mind. The first goal is for the Hoyas to contend for the inaugural BIG EAST Conference championship. The second goal is to qualify for the NCAA Tournament. The third, and ultimate goal, is to win a national championship. In order to reach those first two goals, Georgetown will face significant challenges and a schedule that is one of the toughest in the country. As the 2010 college lacrosse season dawns, so does the first year of the newly-formed BIG EAST Men’s Lacrosse Conference. After playing for nine years in the ECAC Lacrosse League, the Hoyas will join the eight-team BIG EAST Conference. While the schedule will not change much – traditional rivals such as Syracuse, Navy, Duke and Maryland dot the slate as do new BIG EAST foes in Notre Dame, Providence and Villanova – the formation of the conference automatically places Georgetown in the toughest grouping of teams in the country. Georgetown will also be seeking its first NCAA Tournament appearance since the 2007 season, when the Hoyas advanced to the Quarterfinals for the sixth-straight year as the program made its 11thconsecutive appearance in the postseason. While they are lofty goals, the excitement of the BIG EAST Lacrosse Conference combined with making it back to the NCAA Tournament, has Georgetown working hard and ready to go. Despite the loss of co-captains Jake Samperton and Chris Taylor to graduation and the loss of an honorable mention All-American defenseman (Stevie Bauer), Head Coach Dave Urick and his staff are confident that with eight starters returning and a strong recruiting class those goals can be reached. This year’s team returns 36 letterwinners, including senior captains Craig Dowd, Barney Ehrmann and Scott Kocis. The Hoyas top four scorers – Dowd, Kocis, redshirt junior Rickey Mirabito and senior Andrew Brancaccio – all return to the lineup, as well as Ehrmann, an All-American defenseman in 2008, and several key players who made significant contributions last year.

ATTACK The return of senior Craig Dowd on attack provides Georgetown a veteran leader on offense. Dowd led the team in scoring last year, scoring 10 goals and handing out a team-leading 23 assists, which ranked among the top-20 in the country. A Second Team All-ECAC selection last year, Dowd ranks 11th all-time at Georgetown with 53 career assists. Joining him up front will be senior Rickey Mirabito, who scored a team-high 23 goals and was tied for second on the team in scoring with 29 points. In his second year as a starter at attack last year, Mirabito had seven multi-point games and six multi-goal games last year. Junior Ryan Shuler and freshman Travis Comeau will press for time as the third starting attackman

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for the team this season. Shuler started eight games last year and finished the season with six goals and four assists for 10 points. Comeau is a crafty left-handed attackman who has a nose for the goal. Comeau comes to Georgetown from The Hill Academy, where he was coached by former Hoya All-American Brodie Merrill, Juniors David Shriver and Brett Weiss will compete for time on the attack as well as on extra-man. Shriver has gained valuable experience in his first two years and appeared in seven games last season, finishing with two goals. Weiss transferred to Georgetown from Maryland last season and appeared in 12 games, finishing the season with two assists. Sophomores Adam Donahue and C-Jay Engelke, as well as freshmen Brian Casey and Davey Emala, add quality depth to the position.

MIDFIELD The midfield should be one of the most experienced and productive units for the Hoyas entering the 2010 season with a pair of seniors, Andrew Brancaccio and Scott Kocis, expected to lead the way. Kocis earned First Team All-ECAC honors last year after missing his sophomore year due to injuries. A big, strong player at 6-4, 215 pounds, Kocis finished the season tied for second on the team in scoring with 29 points. He was second on the team with 21 goals and was named the recipient of the Gewirz Award as the team’s Outstanding Offensive Player. Another big, strong midfielder is the 6-5, 210-pound Brancaccio, who possesses one of the hardest shots

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2010 PREVIEW in college lacrosse. Brancaccio finished the 2009 season second on the team in goals scored with 22 and fourth on the team with 25 points. Senior Chris Schuville is one of the best defensive midfielders on the team and he will be a big part of the Hoyas transition game in 2010. Schuville appeared in 13 games last year, scoring three goals and four points. Senior Eric Reinhardt and junior Max Seligmann are both smart and steady players who play well at both ends of the field and will be major contributors this season. Reinhardt appeared in nine games last season and scored three goals, while Seligmann had a strong freshman season with five goals and nine points and appeared in 13 games last season. Sophomore Zach Angel, meanwhile, emerged late in the season and was the recipient of the team’s Outstanding Freshman Award. He started the last four games of the season and scored five goals and had eight points in the final five games. Junior Stu Shannon and sophomores Francis McDonough, Gerry Reilly and Kurt Watkinson each gained valuable experience in 2009 and will look to build upon that in 2010. Sophomores Neil McGroarty, Henry VanWagenburg and Brian Will add depth to what is a solid midfield unit. Freshmen Zac Guy, Jason McFadden, Dan McKinney and Patrick Murray will look to make a mark in their first season and add valuable depth to the position.

DEFENSE Georgetown lacrosse has consistently had one of the toughest defensive units in the country. That should remain the same in 2010, with senior anchors Eric Bicknese, Barney Ehrmann and Chris Nixon leading the way. The Hoyas will have to overcome the loss of Stevie Bauer, who earned honorable mention All-America honors last season, but the trio of Bicknese (6-2, 200), Ehrmann (6-6, 220) and Nixon (6-0, 185) are a physical and imposing backline. Junior Dan Hostetler, the younger brother of former Hoya standout Ben Hostetler, had a productive first season as a defenseman in 2009 and will be looked upon to be a major factor in 2010. Ehrmann, a Second Team All-ECAC selection in 2009, led the team with 62 ground balls last year, ranking among the top 30 nationally in that category. His 62 ground balls were tied for the 16th-best singleseason mark in school history and he had at least five seven times last season. Nixon appeared in 13 games as a junior, finishing fifth on the team with 38 ground balls, contributing two assists along the way. Bicknese started every game last season and usually marked the opponent’s top off-ball player. He finished the season with 18 ground balls. Junior Bobby Boyle, who was a member of the United States U-19 World Games gold medal team in 2008, will compete for time as a close defenseman or long-stick middie. Junior Jon Schoen and sophomores Rob Koger and Patrick Schmitz all gained valuable experience last season.

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Freshmen Brennan Bicknese, Michael Morris and Chris Nourse each could make an impact during their first year on campus.

GOALIE The Hoyas will turn to senior Jack Davis in between the pipes for the second-straight year. A very athletic goalie with good ball-stopping ability and quickness, Davis made 123 saves and had an 8.49 goals-against average last year in his first full season as a starter. Behind Davis’ play, the Georgetown defense held nine opponents to fewer than 10 goals last season. Behind Davis, Urick and his staff have reliable players in sophomore C.T. Fisher and junior Matt Winter who will push for minutes in goal.

SPECIALISTS Georgetown will have a hole to fill at the face-off X with the graduation of Dan Vinson, a former walk-on who left school among the top 10 all-time. Junior Brian Tabb, who missed all of last season, should anchor the spot. Tabb, an Under Armour All-American as a senior in high school when he led Georgetown Prep to a No. 1 national ranking, saw limited action as a freshman. Tyler Knarr, a freshman from Eagleville, Pa., will press for time. Kocis and Murray will also add depth at the position.

SCHEDULE Georgetown lacrosse fans not only have the excitement of the team’s typically demanding schedule to look forward to, but this year followers will have a chance to see the Hoyas compete in the BIG EAST Conference, as the league begins its first year of play. On top of that, if fans don’t have the chance to see the Hoyas in person, 11 of 14 games this season will be televised, including all eight home games. Nine opponents on the 2010 slate finished last season ranked among the top-25 in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association national poll. The home schedule includes four games against teams that finished in the USILA top 25, starting with Maryland on Saturday, Feb. 27, one of six Georgetown games that will appear on ESPNU. Other home games slated to appear on ESPNU include home dates against Duke (Saturday, March 27) and Notre Dame (Sunday, April 11). The Hoyas will also host UMass on Saturday, April 24, playing in the ESPNU Warrior Lacrosse Classic in Hartford, Conn. A pair of road games will be shown live on ESPNU, first against Syracuse (Saturday, March 13) and then against Loyola (Md.) (Saturday, April 17). Other home games include dates against Harvard (Wednesday, March 3, MASN), St. John’s (Saturday, March 6), Delaware (Wednesday, March 17, MASN), Mount St. Mary’s (Wednesday, April 7, FIOS) and Rutgers (Saturday, May 1, FIOS). Georgetown’s other televised contest is a date with long-time rival Navy on Friday, April 2, which will be aired on the CBS College Sports Network.

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ROSTER Numerical No. Name 1 Zac Guy 2 Brian Will 3 Stu Shannon 4 David Shriver 5 Eric Bicknese 6 Rickey Mirabito 7 Chris Nixon 8 Andrew Brancaccio 9 Chris Schuville 10 Max Seligmann 11 Jack Davis 12 Craig Dowd 13 Zack Angel 14 Chris Nourse 15 Kurt Watkinson 16 Scott Kocis 17 Bobby Boyle 18 Matt Winter 19 Eric Reinhardt 20 Henry VanWagenberg 21 Nick Heitz 22 Ryan Shuler 23 Dan Hostetler 24 Francis McDonough 25 Brian Tabb 26 Patrick Schmitz 27 Neil McGroarty 28 Adam Donahue 29 Dan McKinney 30 Brett Weiss 31 Tucker Stafford 32 Patrick Murray 33 Jon Schoen 34 Robert Koger 35 Brian Casey 36 Tyler Knarr 37 Michael Morris 38 Brennan Bicknese 39 Andrew Lohrfink 40 C-Jay Engelke 41 Gerry Reilly 42 Jason McFadden 43 Barney Ehrmann 44 Travis Comeau 45 Ron Caputo 46 Davey Emala 50 CT Fisher

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Head Coach: Dave Urick

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Assistant Coaches: Matt Rienzo, Scott Urick Volunteer Assistant: Jesse Miller Captains: Craig Dowd, Barney Ehrmann, Scott Kocis Trainer: Shawn Hendi

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Hometown/High School Tully, N.Y. / Tully Olney, Md./The Bullis School Bloomfield Hills, Mich./Detroit Country Day Timonium, Md./Boys’ Latin Ridgewood, N.J./Delbarton Binghamton, N.Y./Chenango Forks Duxbury, Mass./Duxbury Bethesda, Md./Georgetown Prep Lloyd Harbor, N.Y./Cold Spring Harbor Essex Falls, N.J./Delbarton Glen Ridge, N.J./Glen Ridge East Northport, N.Y./Northport Park Hall, Md./St. Mary’s Ryken Erieville, N.Y. / The Hotchkiss School Paoli, Pa./The Haverford School Huntington, N.Y./Huntington Highland, N.J./Lawrenceville School New Haven, Conn./Choate Rosemary Hall Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington Salisbury, Md./Georgetown Prep Darien, Conn./Darien Chevy Chase, Md./Georgetown Prep Ellicott City, Md./River Hill Garden City, N.Y./Garden City Potomac, Md./Georgetown Prep Bethesda, Md./Georgetown Prep Richmond, Va./St. Christopher’s Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington Niskayuna, N.Y./Niskayuna Phoenix, Md./Boys’ Latin Riverside, Conn./Greenwich Denver, Colo./Kent Denver Darien, Conn./Darien Toronto, Ontario/Brewster Academy Bethesda, Md./Georgetown Prep. Eagleville, Pa./LaSalle College HS Ridgewood, N.J./Deerfield Academy Ridgewood, N.J./Delbarton Armonk, N.Y./Byram Hills Massapequa, N.Y./Farmingdale Cincinnati, Ohio/Saint Xavier Bel Air, Md./Calvert Hall Baltimore, Md./Gilman Alberta, Canada/The Hill Academy Manlius, N.Y./Fayateville-Manlius Baltimore, Md./Gilman Chevy Chase, Md./Landon

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Roster Breakdown Hoyas by Class: Seniors (9): E. Bicknese, Brancaccio, Davis, Dowd, Ehrmann, Kocis, Nixon, Reinhardt, Schuville Redshirt Junior (1): Mirabito Juniors (11): Boyle, Heitz, Hostetler, Schoen, Seligmann, Shannon, Shriver, Shuler, Tabb, Weiss, Winter. Sophomores (14): Angel, Donahue, Engelke, Fisher, Koger, Lohrfink, McDonough, McGroarty, Reilly, Schmitz, Stafford, VanWagenberg, Watkinson, Will Freshmen (12): B. Bickense, Caputo, Casey, Comeau, Emala, Guy, Knarr, McFadden, McKinney, Morris, Murray, Nourse. Hoyas by Position Attack (15): Angel, Casey, Comeau, Donahue, Dowd, Emala, Engelke, Guy, Heitz, McFadden, Mirabito, Shriver, Shuler, Stafford, Weiss Midfield (19): Brancaccio, Caputo, Guy, Kocis, McDonough, McFadden, McGroarty, McKinney, Murray, Reilly, Reinhardt, Schuville, Seligmann, Shannon, Stafford, Tabb, VanWagenberg, Watkinson, Will Defense (13): B. Bicknese, E. Bicknese, Boyle, Ehrmann, Hostetler, Knarr, Koger, Lohrfink, Morris, Nixon, Nourse, Schmitz, Schoen, Goalie (3): Davis, Fisher, Winter Hoyas by State: Canada (2): Comeau, Koger Colorado (1): Murray Connecticut (4): Heitz, Schoen, Stafford, Winter Maryland (15): Angel, Brancaccio, Casey, Ehrmann, Emala, Fisher, Hostetler, McFadden, Schmitz, Shriver, Shuler, Tabb, VanWagenberg, Weiss, Will Massachusetts (1): Nixon Michigan (1): Shannon New Jersey (6): B. Bicknese, E. Bicknese, Boyle, Davis, Morris, Seligmann New York (11): Caputo, Engelke, Dowd, Guy, Kocis, Lohrfink, McDonough, McKinney, Mirabito, Nourse, Schuville Ohio (4): Donahue, Reilly, Reinhardt, Wilson Pennsylvania (2): Knarr, Watkinson Virginia (1): McGroarty


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DAVE URICK HEAD COACH | 21ST SEASON RECORD AT GEORGETOWN: 200-81 OVERALL RECORD: 322-111

Dave Urick is beginning his 21st season as the head coach of the Georgetown men’s lacrosse team. Urick has brought the Hoyas’ program to national prominence and has established GU as one of the elite lacrosse programs in the country. Georgetown has made the NCAA Tournament in 11 of the past 13 seasons under Urick and during that stretch, the program advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals nine times, including six-straight seasons. In 1999, the Hoyas advanced all the way to the NCAA semifinals, the best finish ever in the history of Georgetown lacrosse. In 19 of his 20 years at Georgetown, the Hoyas have had winning records, the only winning seasons in the program’s 36-year history of Division I competition. After leading GU to its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 1997, Urick was the recipient of Georgetown’s 1996-97 Outstanding Coaching Achievement Award. Urick has a 200-81 mark at Georgetown, includ-

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ing a school record 13 wins in 1999. His teams have won at least 10 games on 12 occasions. The Hoyas have been ranked in the top 10 of the final United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Top 20 Poll in 11 of the past 13 years. After beating Maryland in the 2007 season opener, Georgetown was ranked No. 1 in the country in the USILA Top 20 poll, the first time the team was ranked first in program history. In 30 seasons as a head coach at the collegiate level, Urick has posted an impressive record of 322-111 for a .744 winning percentage. Urick is the NCAA leader for active coaches in total wins (322) and in winning percentage (.744). Urick is also sixth with 322 career-coaching victories. He earned his 250th career-coaching win vs. Manhattan in the NCAA Tournament on May 12, 2002, and earned his 300th against Fairfield on April 7, 2007. In 30 seasons as a head coach, Urick has had 94 different players earn All-America accolades.

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All 63 of Georgetown’s All-Americans have come under the tutelage of Urick. Attackman Greg McCavera became the first GU player to garner First Team All-America honors in 1999 and five other Hoyas have earned that distinction since, Steve Dusseau (2001, 2002), Kyle Sweeney (2002), Brodie Merrill (2004, 2005), Walid Hajj (2004) and Jerry Lambe (2008). In 2005, Merrill became only the second Georgetown player, joining Dusseau, to earn two first-team honors. Urick was named the ECAC Lacrosse League Coach of the Year in 2000 and again in 2007, and has had 55 players named to the ECAC First and Second Teams. His players have won the ECAC Offensive Player of the Year Award five seasons, the ECAC Defensive Player of the Year Award five times and the ECAC Rookie of the Year Award twice. In addition, Urick has had 52 of his players participate in the prestigious North-South All-Star Game. All but two of the 31 Georgetown players to


COACHES AND STAFF WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES BY WINS Name, School 1. Dave Urick, Georgetown 2. Dom Starsia, Virginia 3. Glenn Thield, Penn State 4. Bob Sillinglaw, Delaware 5. Bill Tierney, Denver 6. John Danowski, Duke 7. Dave Cottle, Maryland 8. Tony Seaman, Towson 9. Scott Nelson, Marist 10. Kevin Corrigan, Notre Dame

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Won 322 300 297 278 272 268 267 253 215 206

Lost Pct. 111 .7436 111 .7299 205 .5916 250 .5265 93 .7452 147 .6458 111 .7063 148 .6309 96 .6913 111 .6498

By Percentage Name, School Years 1. John Desko, Syracuse 11 2. Bill Tierney, Denver 25 3. Dave Urick, Georgetown 30 4. Jeff Tambroni, Cornell 9 5. Dave Pietramala, Johns Hopkins 12 6. Dom Starsia, Virginia 27 7. Dave Cottle, Maryland 27 22 8. Scott Nelson, Marist 9. Kevin Corrigan, Notre Dame 23 10. John Danowski, Duke 27

Won 134 272 322 97 129 300 267 215 206 268

Lost Pct. 42 .7614 93 .7452 111 .7436 34 .7405 47 .7330 111 .7299 111 .7063 96 .6913 111 .6498 147 .6458

participate in the North-South Game played under Urick. Urick coached in the North-South All-Star Game in 1984 and 1992 and took the helm of the South squad again in 2004. Urick-coached players have also had a major impact on the international stage. At the 2006 International Lacrosse Federation World Championships this past summer, Merrill, who was named the tournament’s Outstanding Defensive Player, led the Canadian National Team to a 15-10 win over the United States in the championship game. Team USA’s roster included Sweeney and Urick’s son, Scott. During the summer of 2008, current Hoyas Craig Dowd, who was named the Most Outstanding Attackman, and Bobby Boyle, helped lead the United States U-19 to the World Championship. Urick came to Georgetown after spending 10 years as the head coach at Hobart College. During his tenure at Hobart, Urick amassed a 122-30 record and won 10-consecutive NCAA Division III titles. He is one of only four coaches in the history of the NCAA to have won 10-consecutive national titles. Urick has been inducted to four Halls of Fame for his contributions to lacrosse as a coach. The latest induction was to the Potomac Chapter of the United States Lacrosse Hall of Fame on January 22, 2005 and prior to that he was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame on July 23, 1998. On October 6, 1990, Urick was inducted into the Hobart College Athletic Hall of Fame. He was also inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Upstate New York Lacrosse Foundation Chapter in February of 1991.

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Prior to his 10 years as the mentor of the Hobart lacrosse team, Urick served eight seasons as assistant coach and helped Hobart win back-to-back NCAA Championships in 1976 and 1977. Also in 1977, Urick took the helm of the Statesmen’s football team and won Coach of the Year honors in the Independent College Athletic Conference in his first season, as he guided the team to a 7-2 mark. He served as Hobart’s head football coach until 1981. Urick is a 1970 graduate of Cortland State, where he was an All-ECAC linebacker as well as captain of both the football and lacrosse teams as a senior. He was inducted into Cortland State’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986 and was the recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award in 1980. One of Urick’s many honors in the lacrosse world was being selected to serve as head coach of the 1986 Team USA, which won the gold medal at the World Games in Toronto. He served as an assistant on the 1982 USA team that won the gold medal and is the current Chair of the USA Team Coaches Selection Committee. In 1980 and 1981, Urick was the recipient of the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association’s Francis L. “Babe” Kraus Award as the Coach of the Year. Urick is a former Chairman and member of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Committee and the USILA Rules Advisory Committee. He and his wife Linda, have three children, Holly (C’98), Scott (C‘00) and Mindy (C’02), and reside in Fairfax, Va.

Year School Record Win % Rank 1980 Hobart* 12-2 .857 First 1981 Hobart* 12-3 .800 First 1982 Hobart* 11-3 .786 First 1983 Hobart* 13-2 .867 First 1984 Hobart* 9-4 .692 First 1985 Hobart* 11-3 .786 First 1986 Hobart* 15-1 .938 First 1987 Hobart* 10-4 .714 First 1988 Hobart* 14-4 .778 First 1989 Hobart* 15-4 .789 First 1990 Georgetown 8-5 .615 1991 Georgetown 7-5 .583 1992 Georgetown 9-3 .750 19th 1993 Georgetown 9-4 .692 17th 1994 Georgetown 10-3 .769 12th 1995 Georgetown 10-4 .714 11th 1996 Georgetown 8-5 .615 19th 1997 Georgetown# 9-5 .643 seventh 1998 Georgetown# 10-5 .667 eighth 1999 Georgetown# 13-3 .813 fifth 2000 Georgetown# 12-3 .800 seventh 2001 Georgetown# 11-3 .786 seventh 2002 Georgetown# 12-3 .800 fourth 2003 Georgetown# 11-4 .733 eighth 2004 Georgetown# 11-4 .733 fifth 2005 Georgetown# 10-5 .667 eighth 2006 Georgetown# 12-3 .800 fifth 2007 Georgetown# 12-3 .800 fifth 2008 Georgetown 9-4 .692 11th 2009 Georgetown 7-7 .500 NR Totals (30 years) 322-111 .744 At GU (20 years) 200-81 .712 *NCAA Division III Champions #NCAA Division I Tournament Participants

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MATT RIENZO ASSISTANT COACH | NINTH SEASON

Matt Rienzo is in his ninth season as an assistant coach with the Georgetown men’s lacrosse program. Rienzo will continue in his primary role as defensive coordinator and running the substitution box. During Rienzo’s tenure, the Georgetown men’s lacrosse team has reached the NCAA Quarterfinals six times. The Hoyas have consistently been one of the most imposing defensive teams in the country. Over the last eight years, the Hoya defense has ranked among the top defensive units in the country. In 2003, Rienzo coached the unit to a Georgetown record for goals allowed per game at 7.33, which ranked seventh nationally. In 2004, the Hoyas gave up only 8.00 goals per game and in 2005, the unit allowed only 8.27 goals per game. The Hoyas ranked among the top 10 in the country in 2006 – ranking ninth by allowing only 7.54 goals per game – as the team won 12 games and the 2006 ECAC Championship. In 2007, GU limited 12 opponents to 10 goals or fewer and ranked 19th nationally in scoring defense, allowing only 8.20 goals per game. In 2008, the unit held nine teams to 10 goals or fewer and allowed only 8.76 goals per game. Last year, the defense limited nine opponents to fewer than goals and 12 to 10 or fewer in a game while allowing only 8.71 goals per game. Under Rienzo’s tutelage, defensemen have received All-American honors 15 times in eight years, highlighted by the play of three-time honoree Kyle Sweeney and Brodie Merrill, who earned national honors twice.

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In 2002, he coached Sweeney to ECAC Defensive Player of the Year honors and to a spot on the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-American First Team. Sweeney went on to start every game for Team USA at the 2006 World Championships and has been selected to represent the United States in the 2010 Games in England. Sweeney has played in Major League Lacrosse for eight years and is currently playing for the Boston Cannons, in addition to playing for the Philadelphia Wings in the National Lacrosse League. Rienzo also guided Merrill to USILA First Team All-America honors in 2004 and 2005, respectively, the first Georgetown player to earn a spot on the first team in consecutive years. Merrill, the 2005 ECAC Defensive Player of the Year and a two-time First Team All-ECAC selection, was also a Tewaaraton Trophy Finalist in 2005. Merrill was named the Outstanding Defensive Player of the World Games after leading the Canadian National Team to the 2006 World Lacrosse Championship. Following his graduation from Georgetown, Merrill embarked on a professional career that saw him earn four-straight Defensive Player of the Year awards from the MLL. He was also named the NLL’s Defensive Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year in 2006. During his time at Georgetown, Rienzo also tutored Jerry Lambe and Stevie Bauer. Lambe was a two-time ECAC Defensive Player of the Year (2007, 2008) and earned USILA First Team All-American honors in 2007. Bauer earned Honorable Mention

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All-America honors in 2009. Rienzo served on the staff at the University of Notre Dame in 2001. He worked with the Fighting Irish defense, which ranked third in the nation, giving up less than seven goals per game. The Irish advanced to the NCAA Semifinals for the first time in school history that year. Prior to his stint at Notre Dame, Rienzo was the Dean of Students and Head Lacrosse Coach at Gonzaga High School in Washington. He guided his alma mater to a 14-7 record in 2000 as Gonzaga advanced to the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Finals. In 2004, Rienzo was inducted into Gonzaga College High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Rienzo graduated from Georgetown in 1997 with a bachelor of arts degree in English. In May of 2010, he will complete a master’s degree in Sports Industry Management from Georgetown. While an undergrad, he played four seasons and was a three-year starter under Head Coach Dave Urick. A two-time team Most Valuable Player, Rienzo helped lead the Hoyas to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 1997, when he was named an Honorable Mention All-American. He played in the 1997 North-South All-Star Game after graduation. Rienzo was drafted by the Bridgeport (Conn.) Barrage of the MLL in the 2002 Supplemental Draft. Rienzo, the son of former Georgetown Athletics Director Francis X. Rienzo, is married to the former Julie Shaw and resides in Bethesda, Md. They are the proud parents of Matthew Xavier (5) and Grace (3).


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SCOTT URICK ASSISTANT COACH | NINTH SEASON

Scott Urick is in his ninth season as an assistant coach with the Georgetown men’s lacrosse program. Urick will again focus his coaching efforts on the team’s offense. In five of the last eight seasons, the Georgetown offense has finished the season ranked among the top 20 nationally in scoring offense. The squad also ranked fifth in the country in 2008 in man-up offense, scoring 25 goals in 58 chances (43.1 percent). In 2008, the offensive unit averaged 11.46 goals per game, which ranked No.7 in the country, and scored at least 10 goals in nine different games. In 2007, the Hoyas averaged 9.33 goals per game and scored at least 10 goals in 10 games. Brendan Cannon, who led the team in scoring with 44 points, was named the ECAC’s Offensive Player of the Year and earned second team All-America honors, while Andrew Brancaccio was named an honorable mention All-American. In 2006, the unit finished the season ranked 18th nationally in scoring, tallying 9.77 goals per game. Four of his players earned All-ECAC honors and three were named All-American, including Cannon, who led the team in scoring in 2006 with 46 points and ranked fourth in the country with 32 assists.

In 2005, the squad averaged 10.53 goals per game and ranked 13th in the country. The Hoya offense finished the 2004 season in a tie for 12th nationally in scoring with a 10.57 goals per game average. Urick was a major key to Walid Hajj being named a USILA First Team All-American and the ECAC’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2004. He has also coached 2007 senior captain Trevor Casey, who won the ECAC’s Rookie of the Year award. In 2003, Georgetown’s offense hit double digits on eight occasions and three players garnered All-ECAC honors. In Urick’s first season with the Hoyas, he helped coach the offense to the number seven spot nationally in scoring offense, averaging 12.47 goals a game. He also coached the ECAC Offensive Player of the Year and All-American Steve Dusseau who set a Georgetown single season record with 53 tallies. Urick served on the Cornell staff in 2001, where he helped guide the team to a 7-6 overall record and a second-place finish in the Ivy League. Urick played nine years of professional lacrosse in the Major League Lacrosse League, spending eight years with the New Jersey Pride (2001-08) and last season with the Washington Bayhawks. A four-time

all-star selection, Urick was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2002 MLL All-Star Game after netting four goals and handing out one assist. Urick, who once appeared in 76-straight MLL games, scored 234 goals in 102 career games. During the summer of 2006, Urick was a member of the United States national team, which advanced to the championship game of the World Lacrosse Championships in Ontario, Canada. Urick scored a team-high 20 goals for Team USA. Urick graduated from Georgetown as the school’s all-time leading goal scorer with 144 and is second in GU history with 47 goals in one season. He was a two-time All-America selection and was a captain in both his junior and senior years. Urick recorded 180 career points, the fifth highest total in school history, and played on four NCAA Tournament teams, including the 1999 team, which advanced to the NCAA Semifinals. An AllTournament selection in 1999, he also represented Georgetown in the 2000 North/South All-Star game and was the team MVP. Urick, the son of Georgetown head men’s lacrosse coach Dave Urick, resides in Washington, D.C.

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JESSE MILLER VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH | FOURTH SEASON Jesse Miller is in his fourth season as an assistant volunteer coach with the Georgetown men’s lacrosse program. Miller came to the Hilltop after spending three years as an assistant at Tufts University in Massachusetts. While at Tufts, Miller served as the team’s defensive coordinator, directed the team’s recruiting efforts and assisted with fundraising and other team events. A four-year letterwinner at Tufts, Miller earned a bachelor

of science degree in chemical engineering in 2004. He helped lead the Jumbos to a No. 10 national ranking and a 13-3 record as a senior in 2004 and to a No. 20 national ranking and an 11-5 mark in 2003. Miller was selected to play in the North-South All-Star Game in 2004 and was an honorable mention All-New England selection. Miller earned a master of engineering degree from Tufts in 2006.

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TEAM

CRAIG DOWD

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SENIOR • TRI-CAPTAIN • ATTACK • 6-0 • 185 EAST NORTHPORT, N.Y. • NORTHPORT MAJOR: GOVERNMENT 2009 - A Second Team All-ECAC selection … An All-ECAC Academic Team selection … Started all 14 games … Led the team in scoring with 33 points … Tops on the team with 23 assists … His 23 assists are tied for the 11th-best single season mark in program history … Sixth on the team with 10 goals … Ranked second in the ECAC Lacrosse League with 1.57 assists per game, which was tied for 16th in the country … Fourth on the team with 57 shots … Had 10 multi-point games and nine multi-assist games … Scored a season-high four points four times, against Maryland, St. John’s, Delaware and Navy … Scored two goals and had two assists against Delaware … Tallied a season-high three assists three times, against Maryland, St. John’s and Navy. 2008 - Started in all 13 games … Second on the team in scoring with 37 points … Led the team with 23 assists … Fifth on the team with 14 goals … Seventh on the team with 25 ground balls … Scored five man-up goals …Fourth on the team with 42 shots … Second in the ECAC Lacrosse League, and No. 12 nationally, with 1.77 assists per game … Fifth in the ECAC, and No. 46 in the country, with 2.85 points per games … Nine multi-point games … Had four multi-goal games (Hobart, Duke, Mount St. Mary’s and Penn State) … Registered a career-high six assists against Rutgers … Scored three goals and had two assists against Penn State. 2007 - Appeared in 14 games … Third on the team in scoring with 25 points … Fourth on the team with 17 goals and fourth with eight assists … Eight multi-point games … Five multi-goal games … Two multi-assist games … Scored a career-high five points twice (Hobart and Penn State) … Tallied a career-high four goals and one assist against Hobart … Had three goals and two assists against Penn State … Scored three goals apiece against Penn State and then versus Princeton in the NCAA Tournament. High School - A two-sport captain in football and lacrosse … Selected as the Most Valuable Player at the Under Armour AllAmerican Game, scoring five goals … All-time points leader at Northport (261) and all-time leader in assists (160) … An all-county selection and team offensive MVP as a junior … Also a member of the 2005 gold medal-winning Empire State Games Long Island squad … Also earned all-division honors as a wide receiver in football. Personal - Born on September 6, 1988 … The son of Benjamin and Patricia Dowd … Has an older brother, Kyle, who played lacrosse at Duke … Brother Kyle played for the San Francisco Dragons in Major League Lacrosse … Spent the summer of 2008 with the United States Under-19 Team, leading the squad to the gold medal at the World Games … Was named the top attackman at the World Games … Featured in “Faces in the Crowd” in Sports Illustrated.

dowd’s Career Stats Yr. 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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Gm 14 13 14 41

Gls 17 14 10 41

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Asts 8 23 23 54

Pts Shots/SOG GB 25 37/31 13 37 42/27 25 33 57/31 16 95 136/89 54


TEAM

BARNEY EHRMANN

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Senior • TRI-CAPTAIN • Defense • 6-6 • 230 Baltimore, Md. • Gilman School Major: Management 2009 - An All-ECAC Second Team selection … Appeared in all 14 games … Led the team with 62 ground balls … Ranked 30th nationally with 4.36 ground balls per game … His 62 ground balls are tied for 16th all-time in a single season at Georgetown … Collected at least five ground balls seven times … Picked up a season-high 10 ground balls against Penn State … Tallied eight ground balls against Hobart and seven against St. John’s. 2008 - Appeared in all 13 games, starting every time … An All-ECAC First Team selection … An honorable mention All-America selection … Scored two goals and had two assists for four points … Tallied goals against Maryland and UMass … Registered assists at Syracuse and Hobart … Led the team with 52 ground balls … Ranked 36th nationally with 4.08 ground balls per game … Had 13 games with at least two grounds balls … Had a season-high seven ground balls against Maryland and then again versus UMass. 2007 - A Second Team All-ECAC selection … Appeared in 15 games, starting four-straight games (Navy, Fairfield, Mount St. Mary’s and Loyola) … Fourth on the team with 46 ground balls … Nine games with at least two ground balls and seven with at least four … Collected a career-high eight ground balls twice (Navy and Fairfield) … Tallied four ground balls against Delaware, Hobart and Rutgers … Had five ground balls against Johns Hopkins in the NCAA Tournament. High School - A three-sport standout at Gilman in lacrosse, football and basketball … Earned All-City and All-Metro honors in lacrosse … Captained the team as a senior … Tabbed as an all-state, all-metro and all-city selection in football … Gilman was ranked No. 1 in the East and No. 12 in the nation in 2005. Personal - Born on December 29, 1987 … The son of Joseph and Paula Ehrmann … Has two sisters, Esther and Ali, and one brother, Joey … His father, Joe, was a former defensive lineman in the National Football League, playing eight years with the Baltimore Colts.

ehrmann’s Career Stats Yr. 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Gm 15 13 14 28

Gls 0 2 0 2

Asts 0 2 0 2

Pts Shots/SOG GB 0 1/1 46 4 3/3 52 0 0/0 62 4 4/4 150

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TEAM

SCOTT KOCIS

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Senior • TRI-CAPTAIN • Midfield • 6-4 • 215 Huntington, N.Y. • Huntington Major: Government 2009 - A starter in all 14 games … A First Team All-ECAC selection … The recipient of the Gewirz Award, recognizing the team’s Outstanding Offensive Player … Tied for second on the team with 29 points … Third on the team with 21 goals … Second on the team with eight assists … Second on the team with 86 shots … Tied for ninth in the ECAC Lacrosse League with 6.14 shots per game … Collected 14 ground balls … Had nine multi-point games and six multi-goal games … Scored a season-high four points against UMass and Penn State … Tallied hat tricks against UMass and Rutgers … Had three goals and an assist for four points against UMass … Scored two goals and had two assists for four points against Penn State. 2008 - Appeared in two games … Missed most of the season with a shoulder injury. 2007 - Appeared in 15 games, earning the starting nod three times (Syracuse, Fairfield, Loyola) … Tenth on the team in scoring with eight points … Tied for seventh on the team with 37 shots … Scored seven goals and had one assist … Tallied goals against Syracuse, Hobart, Navy, Fairfield, Rutgers, Penn State and Princeton). High School - Inside Lacrosse’s No. 3 overall recruit … A four-sport standout at Huntington, playing football, basketball and golf in addition to lacrosse … Led Huntington to undefeated season and state title in senior year … A two-time All-American selection … Also earned two all-county honors, was a three-time all-division selection … A two-time member of the New York Empire State Games team … Helped lead Huntington to two New York State Class B Championships. Personal - Born on August 7, 1988 … The son of Michael and Christina Kocis … Has one brother, Doug, and one sister, Chelsea … A member of the National Honor Society.

Kocis’ Career Stats Yr. 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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Gm 15 2 14 31

Gls 7 0 21 28

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Asts 1 0 8 9

Pts Shots/SOG GB 8 37/19 6 0 4/1 1 29 87/43 14 37 128/63 21


TEAM

Eric Bicknese

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Senior • Defense • 6-2 • 200 Ridgewood, N.J. • Delbarton Major: Management 2009 - Started all 14 games last season … Collected 18 ground balls … Had five games with at least two ground balls … Registered a season-high three ground balls three times (St. John’s, Delaware, Duke). 2008 - Appeared in 11 games last season, starting once (Delaware) … Collected six ground balls … Had two ground balls apiece against Mount St. Mary’s and Fairfield. 2007 - Appeared in four games (St. John’s, Mount St. Mary’s, Rutgers and Penn State) … Collected one ground ball (Mount St. Mary’s). High School - A three-sport standout in lacrosse, basketball and football … Earned first-team all-state honors in lacrosse as a senior … Helped lead Delbarton to league titles from 2004-06. Personal - Born on August 22, 1988 … The son of Robert and Carol Bicknese … Has four brothers, Robert, Brennan, Michael and Matthew.

Bicknese’s Career Stats Yr. 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Gm 4 11 14 29

Gls 0 0 0 0

Asts 0 0 0 0

Pts Shots/SOG GB 0 0/0 1 0 0/0 6 0 1/1 18 0 1/1 25

Andrew Brancaccio

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Senior • Midfield • 6-5 • 210 Chevy Chase, Md. • Georgetown Prep Major: Management 2009 - Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 25 points … Second on the team with 22 goals … Also had three assists … Scored five man-up goals … Led the team with 98 shots … Collected a career-high 22 ground balls … Third in the ECAC Lacrosse League in shots per game (7.0/game) and tied for sixth in man-up goals per game … Had seven multi-point games and seven multi-goal games … Scored a season-high three goals twice (Mount St. Mary’s and Loyola) … Had a season-high four points (two goals, two assists) against Hobart. 2008 - An All-ECAC First Team selection … Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 20 points, tallying 18 goals and two assists … He was second on the team in shots (72) and third in goals scored (18) … Scored a team-high eight man-up goals … Collected 10 ground balls … Had seven multi-point games … Scored two goals apiece against St. John’s, Syracuse and Navy … Had two hat tricks, scoring three goals against Delaware and Rutgers. 2007 - An honorable mention All-America selection … Appeared in 15 games, starting 12 times … Fourth on the team with 21 points … Tied for second on the team with 20 goals … Tallied one assist … Second on the team with 89 shots … Six multi-point games … Two games with three goals … Collected 13 ground balls … Exploded on to the scene with three goals against Maryland in the season opener … Four games with two goals (St. John’s, Delaware, Hobart, Princeton) … Tied career-high with three goals against Loyola … Named ECAC Rookie of the Week on April 17 after hat trick against Loyola … Scored two goals and had first career assist against Princeton in the NCAA Tournament. High School - Inside Lacrosse’s No. 1 overall recruit … A four-year standout in lacrosse at Georgetown Prep … Scored 57 goals as a senior, setting a school record for a middie … Helped lead Prep to IAC titles in 2003 and 2006 … Also played two years of basketball in high school, where he was coached by former Hoya standout Dwayne Bryant. Personal - Born on May 1, 1987 … The son of Michael and Pamela Brancaccio … Has one brother, Eric, who is a graduate of Georgetown.

Brancaccio’s Career Stats Yr. 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Gm 15 13 14 42

Gls 20 18 22 60

Asts 1 2 3 6

Pts Shots/SOG GB 21 89/45 13 20 72/45 10 25 98/63 22 66 259/153 45

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TEAM

Jack Davis

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Senior • Goalie • 6-1 • 185 Glen Ridge, N.J. • Glen Ridge Major: Government 2009 - The starter in all 14 games … Finished the season with an 8.49 goals-against average, which ranked fifth in the ECAC Lacrosse League … Had 123 saves … Collected 22 ground balls … Had six games with at least 10 saves … Registered a career-high 14 saves twice, first against St. John’s and then against UMass. 2008 - Redshirted. 2007 - Appeared in four games (St. John’s, Mount St. Mary’s, Penn State, Johns Hopkins) … Allowed two goals and had two saves. High School - A four-year varsity letterwinner at Glen Ridge … Set a school record for saves in a season, career saves, saves in a game … A three-time team most valuable player … Helped Glen Ridge to the 2004 conference championship. Personal - Born on September 16, 1987 … The son of Tom Davis and Cris McMahon … Has a younger brother, Mac … A four-year Honor Roll student at Glen Ridge.

davis’ Career Stats Yr. 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Gm 15 2 14 31

Gls 7 0 21 28

Asts 1 0 8 9

Pts Shots/SOG GB 8 37/19 6 0 4/1 1 29 87/43 14 37 128/63 21

rickey mirabito REDSHIRT JUNIOR • Attack • 6-3 • 195 Binghamton, N.Y. • Chenango Forks Major: Management 2009 - A starter in all 14 games … Tied for second on the team with 29 points … Scored a team-high 23 goals … Third on the team with six assists … Tied for the team lead with five man-up goals … Third on the team with 69 shots … Had seven multi-point games and six multi-goal games … Scored at least three goals in four games … Registered a season-high five goals against St. John’s … Tallied a season-high five points against St. John’s, Hobart and Harvard … Had three goals and two assists against both Hobart and Harvard. 2008 - Appeared in 13 games, starting once (Penn State) … A three-time recipient of the ECAC Rookie of the Week Award … Fourth on the team in scoring with 20 points … Fourth on the team with 15 goals … Also tallied five assists … Fifth on the team with 40 shots … Scored five man-up goals … Had seven multi-point games … Scored three goals and had an assist against Delaware … Registered two goals and an assist in a win over then-No. 1 Duke … Scored three goals, including the game-winner in overtime, against Navy …Scored three goals against Rutgers. 2007 - Redshirted. High School - A three-sport standout in lacrosse, football and basketball … A three-time all-section selection in lacrosse … Two-time Class C State Tournament Most Valuable Player … An UnderArmour and USILA All-American … Member of the Central New York Empire State team … Led Chenango Forks to the Class C Sectional title in 2005 and 2006 … Also a first-team all-state selection in football at safety … Helped the football team win the 2004 Class B state title. Personal - Born on January 14, 1988 … The son of Rich and Norma Mirabito … Has two brothers, Nick and Matt.

mirabito’s Career Stats Yr. 2008 2009 Totals

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Gm 13 14 27

Gls 15 23 38

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Asts 5 6 11

Pts Shots/SOG GB 20 40/31 8 29 69/42 14 49 109/73 22

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chris nixon

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Senior • defense • 6-0 • 185 Duxbury, Mass. • Duxbury Major: Management 2009 - Started 13 games as a junior … Fifth on the team with 38 ground balls … Also had two assists, one against Navy and then against Rutgers … Had eight games with at least two ground balls … Collected a season-high seven ground balls against Hobart … Had six ground balls against Delaware … Tallied five ground balls against Loyola … Registered three ground balls apiece against Duke, Harvard, Navy and Mount St. Mary’s. 2008 - Started all 13 games … Scored one goal and had one assist for two points … Fourth on the team with 31 ground balls … Had 10 games with at least two ground balls … Registered a season-high five ground balls at Syracuse … Tallied four ground balls in the season opener against Maryland … Had three ground balls and scored a goal against Hobart. 2007 - Appeared in all 15 games … Third on the team with 47 ground balls … Scored one goal … Eleven games with at least two ground balls and five games with at least five … Collected six ground balls in the season opener against Maryland … Scored a goal and had six ground balls at St. John’s … Tallied six ground balls against Syracuse … Had six ground balls versus Hobart … Tallied five ground balls against Fairfield. High School - Helped lead Duxbury to three-straight state championships (2004-06) … Earned All-American honors as a junior and a senior … Also captained the team as a senior … A three-sport standout, playing football and basketball as well … Named the Division 2A Player of the Year in football, where he was a running back and safety … Helped lead Duxbury to the 2005 Division 2 State Championship. Personal - Born on September 22, 1987 … The son of Peter and Marybeth Nixon … Has one sister, Emily.

Nixon’s Career Stats Yr. 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Gm 15 13 13 41

Gls 1 1 0 2

Asts 0 1 2 3

Pts Shots/SOG GB 1 2/2 47 2 4/3 31 2 3/1 35 5 9/6 113

eric reinhardt

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Senior • Midfield • 6-1 • 195 Columbus, Ohio • Upper Arlington Major: Management 2009 - Appeared in nine games … Scored three goals … Tallied goals against Hobart, Fairfield and Rutgers … Took five shots … Had six ground balls. 2008 - Appeared in nine games … Scored two goals … Tallied goals against St. John’s and Mount St. Mary’s. 2007 - Appeared in seven games. High School - A four-year letterwinner at Upper Arlington High School ... Coached by Ted Wolford ... Helped lead Upper Arlington to three-straight state championships from 2004-06 ... Scored 36 goals and had 15 assists for the 2006 state title team ... The Golden Bears were crowned the 2004 Midwest Champions ... Selected as the Most Valuable Player for the West Team in the 2006 United States National High School Senior Showcase ... Earned All-American honors as a senior and was named first team All-Ohio. Personal - Born on May Born on May 16, 1988 ... The son of Chris and Diana Reinhardt ... Has one sister, Jessica ... Comes from the same high school as current Georgetown attackman Adam Donohue.

reinhardt’s Career Stats Yr. Gm 2007 7 2008 9 2009 9 Totals 25

Gls 0 2 3 5

Asts 0 0 0 0

Pts Shots/SOG GB 0 1/1 2 2 3/3 2 3 5/3 6 5 9/7 10

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TEAM

CHRIS SCHUVILLE

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Senior • Midfield • 5-11 • 175 Lloyd Harbor, N.Y. • Cold Spring Harbor Major: Management/International Business 2009 - Appeared in 13 games, starting two … Scored three goals and had one assist for four points … Collected 29 ground balls … Had one multi-point game, scoring a goal and assisting on one against Navy … Also scored goals against Delaware and Rutgers. 2008 - Appeared in 10 games … Scored six goals and had one assist for seven points … Took 16 shots and collected 23 ground balls, eighth on the team … Had one multi-point game, scoring two goals against Rutgers … Also scored goals against Hobart, Duke, Mount St. Mary’s and Loyola. 2007 - Appeared in seven games … Scored one goal, against Mount St. Mary’s. High School - Played four years of varsity lacrosse and football … A two-time honorable mention All-American selection in lacrosse at attack/midfield … Helped lead Cold Spring Harbor to the 2006 New York State Championship … A three-time Academic All-County selection in both football and lacrosse … Also named first-team all-state in football and was named firstteam All-Long Island. Personal - Born on October 22, 1987 … The son of Raymond and Nancy Schuville … Has two sisters, Lindsay and Libby.

SCHUVILLE’s Career Stats Yr. 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Gm 7 10 13 30

Gls 1 6 3 10

Asts 0 1 1 2

Pts Shots/SOG GB 1 7/5 0 7 16/10 23 4 21/13 29 12 44/28 52

BOBBY BOYLE

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Junior • Defense • 6-2 • 195 Rumson, N.J. • Lawrenceville Major: MANAGEMENT 2009 - Appeared in nine games ... Contributed on man-down unit. 2008 - Appeared in 10 games … Collected six ground balls. High School - A three-sport standout at Lawrenceville … Played three years of lacrosse … Also played soccer and hockey … Played summers with Tri-State Lacrosse … Captained Lawrenceville in 2006 and 2007 … Named an All-American in 2007 … Named Under Armour All-American in 2007 … Awarded Pitt Division Player of the Year in 2007… Was All-Mapl and All-Pitt in 2006 and 2007. Personal - Born on September 1, 1988 in Red Bank, N.J. … The son of Robert and Tracy Boyle … Has two older sisters, Alexandra, who went to Hobart William Smith, and Holly, who is a senior at Bucknell … Also has a younger brother, Kevin … Bobby’s father, Robert, played for Coach Urick at Hobart.

boyle’s Career Stats Yr. Gm 2008 10 2009 9 Totals 19

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Gls 0 0 0

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Asts 0 0 0

Pts Shots/SOG GB 0 1/1 6 0 0/0 4 0 1/1 10


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NICK HEITZ

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Junior • Attack • 5-11 • 175 Darien, Conn. • Darien High School Major: Government 2009 - Did not see any game action due to injury. 2008 - Appeared in two games. High School - A two-sport athlete at Darien … Played three years of lacrosse and hockey … Captained his hockey team in his senior year … Earned first team all-state and county honors in lacrosse … Recognized as an All-American in his senior year for lacrosse … Scored seven points in state championship game (6 goals) and was named MVP of state title game … Finished his career with 110 points (63 goals, 47 assists) … Also named all-county and state in his senior year for hockey. Personal - Born on April 29, 1989 in Philadelphia, Pa. … The son of Michael and Nancy Heitz … Has one older sister, Caitlin, and an older brother, Matt … Participated in KidSkate, a program to teach inner-city kids how to ice skate.

Heitz’s Career Stats Yr. 2008

Gm 2

Gls 0

Asts 0

Pts Shots/SOG GB 0 0/0 0

DAN HOSTETLER

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Junior • Defense • 6-2 • 205 Ellicott City, Md. • River Hill Major: Marketing & Management 2009 - Appeared in all 14 games … Scored one goal … Collected 11 ground balls ��� Tallied a goal against Mount St. Mary’s … Had a season-high three ground balls against UMass. 2008 - Appeared in 12 games … Had three assists to compile three points on the season … Collected seven groundballs … Had assists against Mount St. Mary’s, Massachusetts and Penn State. High School - A standout in both football and lacrosse, as well as basketball … Captained all three teams as a senior … Named the Howard County Player of the Year in lacrosse when he scored 41 goals and had 45 assists for 86 points … Earned All-Metro Lacrosse honors from the Washington Post … An Under Armour All-American Underclassmen Lacrosse All-Star … Played in the Top 205 All-Star Game and the Free State All-Star Game vs. Connecticut .. Set five River Hill records … Finished his career with 109 goals and 125 assists for 234 points, while collecting 299 ground balls … In football, a three-year starter at quarterback and safety … Finished his career with 60 career touchdowns (35 passing, 25 rushing), 3,365 yards and 221 tackles. Personal - Born on December 7, 1988 in Columbia, Md. … The son of Douglas and Nancy Hostetler … Older brother, Ben, is a junior middie for the Hoyas … His is oldest brother, Matt, played football at Brown, and his sister, Laura, was a two-time All-American in women’s lacrosse at George Washington … His father, three uncles and a cousin all played football at Penn State … The nephew of Jeff Hostetler, who played in the NFL for 15 years and was the starting quarterback when the New York Giants won the 1991 Super Bowl … Fifteen other cousins play or played college sports … Very active in the community … Participated in Young Life Christian Organization, which reaches out to high school students and served as a camp counselor at Caprarolla Camp … Hiked a four-mile trail to raise money for cystic fibrosis, traveled to the Ukraine to teach first graders English … Participated in Adopt-A-Read Program.

HOSTETLER’s Career Stats Yr. 2008 2009 Totals

Gm 12 14 26

Gls 0 1 1

Asts 3 0 3

Pts Shots/SOG GB 3 7/3 7 1 1/1 11 4 8/4 18

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TEAM

JON SCHOEN

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Junior • Midfield • 6-0 • 195 Darien, Conn. • Darien Major: English 2009 - Appeared in six games … Had one assist (against Rutgers) … Collected six ground balls. 2008 - Appeared in three games last season. High School - A three-year starter and letterwinner, playing quarterback and captain in his senior year … Led lacrosse to two state championship titles and track to three state championship titles … Earned All-FCAIC honors in his junior and senior years … President of the student body in high school. Personal - Born on December 6, 1988 in Greenwich, Conn. … The son of Jon and Patricia Schoen … Has two sisters, Tara, who attends Harvard, and Dillon.

SCHOEN’s Career Stats Yr. Gm 2008 3 2009 6 Totals 9

Gls 0 0 0

Asts 0 1 1

Pts Shots/SOG GB 0 0/0 1 1 0/0 6 1 0/0 7

MAX SELIGMANN

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Junior • Midfield • 6-2 • 205 Essex Fells, N.J. • Delbarton Major: Government 2009 - Appeared in 13 games … Had one assist (against Navy) … Took 23 shots. 2008 - Appeared in 13 games, starting eight times … Recorded five goals and four assists for nine points on the season … vCollected eight groundballs … Scored a goal against Syracuse, Delaware, Hobart, Mount St. Mary’s and Loyola … Had a goal and an assist against Mount St. Mary’s … Collected two groundballs against Maryland. High School - A two-sport standout in football and lacrosse at the Delbarton School … Considered one of the top midfield recruits in the country … Earned Under Armour All-American honors … Named first team all-state as a senior and was selected as New Jersey’s Midfielder of the Year … Named first team all-division, second team all-area and honorable mention all-state in 2006 as a junior … Led Delbarton to the state title with a 21-1 record as a junior … Excelled in football as well and was considered one of the top receivers in the state. Personal - Born on October 11, 1988 … The son of Phillip and Kathleen Seligmann … Has three brothers, Reade, Cameron and Benjamin … Reade is a senior men’s lacrosse player at Brown University … His twin brother, Cameron, is a sophomore men’s lacrosse player at Bucknell … Three cousins and one of his uncles are Georgetown graduates … Won the Delbarton School Art Award and was the recipient of the Appalachia Community Service Award.

SELIGMANN’s Career Stats Yr. 2008 2009 Totals

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Gm 13 13 26

Gls 5 0 5

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Asts 4 1 5

Pts Shots/SOG GB 9 32/18 8 1 23/10 4 10 55/28 12


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STU SHANNON

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Junior • Midfield • 6-7 • 218 Bloomfield Hills, Mich. • Detroit Country Day Major: Government 2009 - Appeared in six games, starting once (Loyola) … Finished the season with two goals and one assist for three points … Had a goal and an assist against Mount St. Mary’s … Also scored a goal against Fairfield. 2008 - Appeared in four games … Collected one ground ball. High School - A three-sport standout in high school … Played four years of lacrosse and soccer along with a year of football … Captained his lacrosse and soccer teams for a year each … Earned All-American honors in lacrosse as a junior and senior … Recognized as the team offensive MVP in his junior and senior years … Finished his career with a school record 161 goals and 95 assists … Honored as first team all-state in his sophomore, junior, and senior years. Personal - Born in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. … Son of Steve and Cindy Shannon … Has an older brother Drew, who attends the University of Michigan, and a younger sister, Maggie … Lists winning three state championships as the most thrilling moments in his athletic career.

SHANNON’s Career Stats Yr. Gm 2008 4 2009 6 Totals 10

Gls 0 2 2

Asts 0 1 1

Pts Shots/SOG GB 0 2/1 1 3 7/3 1 3 9/4 2

DAVID SHRIVER

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Junior • Attack • 5-9 • 165 Timonium, Md. • Boys’ Latin Major: English 2009 - Appeared in seven games as a sophomore … Scored two goals, one each against Rutgers and Penn State. 2008 - Appeared in four games. High School - A three-sport athlete in high school … Prepped for a year at the Salisbury School in 2007 … Scored 36 goals and had 10 assists in 2007 at Salisbury … Played lacrosse and basketball four years and volleyball for one year … Played for the Baltimore Lacrosse Club for three years … In 2006, was the recipient of the Gelston Cup for Unique Contribution to Boys’ Latin Lacrosse Program, Kelly Award for Devotion to Boys’ Latin Athletics, and Team Spirit for Varsity Basketball … Led Boys’ Latin to 2006 MIAA “A” Conference title and to national title with a 21-0 record, the most wins in school history … Two years record of 39-2 at Boys’ Latin. Personal - Born on June 26, 1987 in Baltimore, Maryland … Son of Robert and Jasmine Shriver … Has an older brother Bobby, Jr. … The recipient of the 2006 Williams Award at Boys’ Latin for Thoughtfulness and Consideration of Others … Lists winning the 2006 MIAA “A” Conference title, while playing for his father, as the most thrilling moment in his athletic career … David’s father, Bob Shriver, is the head boys’ lacrosse coach at Boys’ Latin, one of the most successful high school lacrosse programs in the country.

SHRIVER’s Career Stats Yr. Gm 2008 4 2009 7 Totals 11

Gls 0 2 2

Asts 0 0 0

Pts Shots/SOG GB 0 2/2 0 2 5/4 2 2 7/6 2

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TEAM

RYAN SHULER

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Junior • Attack • 6-1 • 190 Chevy Chase, Md. • Georgetown Prep school: McDonough School of Business 2009 - Appeared in 13 games, starting eight times … Finished eighth on the team in scoring with six goals and four assists for 10 points … Took 26 shots … Collected 14 ground balls … Had three multi-point games and two multi-goal games … Scored a career-high three goals and had an assist for four points in the season opener against Maryland … Had a goal and a career-high two assists in a win over Delaware … Scored two goals against Duke. 2008 - Appeared in 10 games … Recorded three assists for three points on the season … Collected five groundballs … Had assists against Delaware, Navy and Rutgers … Collected two groundballs against Mount St. Mary’s. High School - A two-sport standout at Georgetown Prep … Played four years of lacrosse and three years of football … Named an All-American as well as an Under Armour All-American … Recognized as the Washington Post Player of the Year ... Named team MVP … First team All-State … D.C. Baltimore Tewaaraton Team … All-IAC County Player of the Year … Two-time first team Maryland state team member … Georgetown Prep went 22-0 his junior year and was ranked No. 1 in the country … In 88 career games, scored 208 points … As a senior, had 37 goals and 43 assists … Scored three goals and had three assists in final game to beat Landon and win the IAC Personal - Born on January 18, 1989 in Washington, D.C. … Son of Thomas and Jamie Shuler … Has an older brother Lucas, who graduated from William and Mary and an older brother Michael, who graduated from Georgetown, played midfield for the Hoyas and is now president of the Crease Club … Has an older sister, Nora, who graduated from George Washington.

Shuler’s Career Stats Yr. 2008 2009 Totals

Gm 10 13 23

Gls 0 6 6

Asts 3 4 7

Pts Shots/SOG GB 3 6/3 5 10 26/16 14 13 32/19 19

BRIAN TABB

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Junior • Midfield • 5-10 • 170 Potomac, Md. • Georgetown Prep school: McDonough School of Business 2009 - Redshirted. 2008 - Appeared in all 13 games … Collected 13 groundballs … Collected four groundballs against Maryland and five against St. John’s in back-to-back games … Had two groundballs against Syracuse, and one against navy and Mount St. Mary’s. High School - Played four years of lacrosse … Captained the lacrosse team in his senior year … A two-time All-Met selection … Named first team all-state in 2007 and second team in 2006 … Earned Under Armour Underclassman honors in 2006 … Georgetown Prep was ranked No. 1 in the country in 2006. Personal - Born on June 10, 1988 in Washington, D.C. … Son of Steve and Debbie Tabb … Has a brother Gregory and a sister Kathleen.

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BRETT WEISS

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Junior • Attack • 5-11 • 170 Phoenix, Md. • Maryland • Boys’ Latin MAJOR: Economics 2009 - Appeared in 12 games … Finished the season with two assists … Took 18 shots and collected five ground balls … Had assists against Maryland and Rutgers. 2008 - Appeared in 16 games as a freshman at Maryland, starting once … Scored four goals and had four assists for eight points … Finished 11th on the team in scoring … Picked up nine groundballs. High School - A 2007 US Lacrosse High School All-American ... Rated as the 13th best freshman attackman in the nation, according to Inside Lacrosse ... Ranked the 46th overall recruit by Inside Lacrosse ... Member of the 2007 All-Tewaaraton high school team ... Four-year letterwinner for Coach Bob Shriver at Boys’ Latin ... Led the Lakers with 88 points on 43 goals and a team-best 45 assists en route to a 18-2 record in 2007 and a No. 10 ranking in the final Inside Lacrosse rankings ... Second team all-state as a senior ... 2007 first team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun ... Two-time All-Baltimore County by the Sun ... Twotime All-MIAA ... Led Boys’ Latin in 2006 to a perfect 21-0 record and a No. 1 ranking by Inside Lacrosse ... Totaled 125 goals and 117 assists during his prep career ... Also a three-year letterwinner in football ... Second team All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun ... All-MIAA ... Team captain. Personal - Born on August 7, 1988 … The son of Howard and Betsy Weiss … Has three brothers, Brian, Brad and Brandon … A member of the National Honor Society.

MATTHEW WINTER

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Junior • Goalie • 6-3 • 190 New Haven, Conn. • Choate Rosemary Hall Major: Finance 2009 - Did not see any game action. 2008 - Appeared in two games. High School - A three-sport athlete in high school … Played four years of lacrosse and also played soccer and hockey for two years … Received the Freshman Athletic Award … Named an All-American as a junior … Named first team All-New England as a junior and senior … Started all four years in high school and had a 73 percent save average. Personal - Born on July 27, 1988 in New Haven, Conn. … Son of Nancy Close and Gene Winter … Has an older brother Jon, who graduated from Lehigh University.

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ZACK ANGEL

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Sophomore • Attack/Midfield • 5-11 • 184 Park Hall, Md. • St. Mary’s Ryken SCHOOL: College of Arts & Sciences 2009 - Appeared in 12 games, starting five, including the last four games of the season … Finished ninth on the team in scoring with nine points … Scored five goals and had eight points in the final five games of the season … Took 19 shots … Had two multi-point games … Closed out the regular season with a goal and two assists against Penn State … Scored one goal and had one assist against Fairfield … Scored single goals against Mount St. Mary’s, Loyola and UMass. High School - A four-year letterwinner at St. Mary’s Ryken … An All-American selection as a senior … Also earned All-Met and all-county honors … Set a school record for most assists …. Helped lead St. Mary’s Ryken to league title in 2007 … Also played soccer and basketball. Personal - Born on February 18, 1990 … The son of Andy and Lynn Angel … Has an older sister, Abi … Named to the President’s List.

ADAM DONAHUE

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Sophomore • Attack • 6-2 • 195 Columbus, Ohio • Upper Arlington SCHOOL: McDonough School of Business 2009 - Appeared in six games … Scored two goals and had two assists for four points … Took five shots and collected four ground balls … Had one multi-point game, scoring a goal with an assist against Mount St. Mary’s … Scored his first collegiate goal against Hobart and had an assist against UMass. High School - A three-year letterwinner in lacrosse at Upper Arlington, the same high school that produced former Georgetown standouts Steve Dusseau, B.J. Thompson, John Trapp and Clayton Hall … Earned All-America honors as a senior … Named First Team All-State … Helped lead lacrosse team to championships from 2006-08 … Coached by Ted Wolford … Also played football, where he played defensive back … Earned all-conference and all-county honors. Personal - Born on February 2, 1990 … the son of Tim and Robin Donahue … Has a younger brother, Will.

C-JAY ENGELKE

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Sophomore • Attack • 5-10 • 163 Massapequa, N.Y. • Farmingdale SCHOOL: College of Arts & Sciences 2009 - Redshirted. High School - A four-year letterwinner in lacrosse at Farmingdale … Earned all-county honors from 2006-08 … Also played football … Helped lead team to 2008 Nassau County Championship … Named Academic All-County in 2008 … Coached by Bob Hartranft in lacrosse. Personal - Born on February 4, 1990 … The son of Norman and Ellen Engelke … Has two older brothers, Jonathan and Michael, a younger sister, Crislyn, and a younger brother, Tom.

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CT Fisher

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Sophomore • Goalie • 6-4 • 205 Chevy Chase, Md. • Landon SCHOOL: McDonough School of Business 2009 - Did not see any game action. High School - A standout in goal for four years at Landon … Helped lead Landon to the 2005 and 2008 IAC Championship … Earned All-Met honors from the Washington Post … Also named all-league and all-county … Played two years of hockey and one of basketball. Personal - Born on June 12, 1989 … The son of Larry and Maria Fisher … Both of his parents are Georgetown graduates … Has a younger sister, Cristina … Plans to major in business.

ROBERT KOGER

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Sophomore • Defense • 6-5 • 220 Toronto, Ontario • Brewster Academy SCHOOL: McDonough School of Business 2009 - Did not see any game action. High School - A four-year letterwinner at Brewster Academy … Coached by Bill Lee … Earned All-American honors in lacrosse … Helped lead team to Lakes Region Championships in 2007 and 2008 … Also played ice hockey. Personal - Born on March 9, 1989 … The son of Tom Koger and Wendy Babrock … Has a younger sister, Krista … A member of the National Honor Society.

FRANCIS MCDONOUGH

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Sophomore • Midfield • 6-4 • 200 Garden City, N.Y. • Garden City SCHOOL: McDonough School of Business 2009 - Appeared in eight games … Scored one goal against Rutgers … Took three shots. High School - A standout in lacrosse and football at Garden City … A two-time all-county selection … An Under Armour All-American … Won a gold medal with the Long Island team in the Empire State Games … Helped lead Garden City to three Nassau County Championships … Played receiver and safety in football … Coached by Tom Flatley in football and Steve Finnell in lacrosse. Personal - Born on November 4, 1989 … The son of Frank and Harriette McDonough … His father is a Georgetown graduate.

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NEIL MCGROARTY

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Sophomore • Midfield • 5-9 • 185 Richmond, Va. • St. Christopher’s MAJOR: Nursing & Health Studies 2009 - Did not see any game action. High School - A four-sport standout in high school … Earned four letters in lacrosse … Earned all-state honors as a senior … Earned all-prep honors … Earned all-prep and all-state honors in football … An all-prep selection in indoor track in the 300-meter dash … Played three years of football, ran indoor track for three years and was a member of the swim team for two years … Coached by John Burke in lacrosse. Personal - Born on December 4, 1989 … The son of David and Sally McGroarty … Has two older brothers, Desmond and Ward, and a sister, Maura … His father, David, is a 1972 Georgetown graduate … His brother, Desmond, graduated from Georgetown in 2005, and his sister, Maura, is a senior on the Hilltop.

GERRY REILLY

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Sophomore • MIDFIELD • 6-1 • 190 Cincinnati, Ohio • Saint Xavier SCHOOL: McDonough School of Business 2009 - Appeared in two games … Scored a goal against Rutgers … Collected four ground balls. High School - Played lacrosse and football for four years at St. Xavier High School … Captained his varsity lacrosse team in 2007 and 2008 … Named First-Team All-GCL, Honorable Mention All-City and Honorable Mention All-Southwest Ohio in 2007 … Coached by Steve Specht. Personal - Son of Dr. Gerard and Jennifer Reilly … Born on Nov. 25, 1989 … Has an older sister, Maggie, who attends Miami (Ohio), and four younger sisters, Caroline, Kate, Sarah, and Grace … Played football at Georgetown as a freshman … Member of the National Honors Society and the Spanish National Honors Society.

PATRICK SCHMITZ

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Sophomore • Defense • 6-0 • 175 Bethesda, Md. • Georgetown Prep SCHOOL: McDonough School of Business 2009 - Saw action in one game (Mount St. Mary’s). High School - Played lacrosse and football at Georgetown Prep …Captained both teams as a senior … Helped lead the Hoyas to IAC Championships in 2006-07 … Georgetown Prep won the national championship in 2006 … Coached by Dan Paro in football and Kevin Giblin in lacrosse. Personal - Born on February 12, 1990 ... The son of Joseph and Mollie Schmitz … Has four older brothers, Phil, Joey, Nick and Tommy, an older sister, Mollie, and a younger sister, Katie and a younger brother, Matt … His brother Tommy is a 2007 GU graduate and his sister Mollie will graduate in 2010.

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HENRY VANWAGENBERG

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Sophomore • Midfield • 6-3 • 200 Salisbury, Md. • Georgetown Prep SCHOOL: McDonough School of Business 2009 - Appeared in two games last season (Mount St. Mary’s, Rutgers). High School - A four year letterwinner in lacrosse … Led Georgetown Prep to the 2006-07 IAC Championship … A member of the 2006 Georgetown Prep National Championship team … Captained the Prep team as a senior … Coached by Kevin Giblin … Also played soccer. Personal - Born on January 25, 1990 … The son of Maunts and Anke Van Wagenberg … Has a sister, Emma.

KURT WATKINSON

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Sophomore • Defense • 6-2 • 195 Paoli, Pa. • The Haverford School SCHOOL: College of Arts & Sciences 2009 - Appeared in one game last season (Mount St. Mary’s). High School - A product of the same high school that brought Peter Cannon and Brendan Cannon to Georgetown … Also participated in water polo and swimming … Coach by John Nostrant. Personal - Born on December 19, 1989 … The son of Williams and Elisabeth Watkinson … Has two older brothers, Jeff and Mark … His brother, Jeff, is a Georgetown graduate.

BRIAN WILL

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Sophomore • Midfield • 6-0 • 185 Olney, Md. • The Bullis School SCHOOL: McDonough School of Business 2009 - Did not see any game action. High School - A seven-year letterwinner at Bullis … Played lacrosse and football … Named Second Team All-Met as a junior and senior … A second team all-state selection … Named first team all-county … Selected as the team’s Most Valuable Player for two years … Coached by Jeff Bellistri. Personal - Born on July 26, 1984 … The son of Michael and Debra Will … Has a younger brother, Andy … Both of his parents attended Georgetown Dental School.

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ANDREW LOHRFINK Sophomore • Defense • 6-1 • 190 Armonk, N.Y. • Byram Hills school: College of Arts & Sciences

At Georgetown - Walked on to the team prior to the 2010 season ... A member of the Georgetown club lacrosse team as a freshman. High School - A member of the varsity team at Byram Hills for four years. Personal - Son of Charles and Joan Lohrfink … Has a brother, Daniel.

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TUCKER STAFFORD Sophomore • Attack/Midfield • 6-5 • 236 Riverside, Conn. • Greenwich school: College of Arts & Sciences At Georgetown - A member of the Hoya football team the last two years ... Has seen time at quarterback and as a punter. High School - Played four years of football and lacrosse at Greenwich High School … Earned three varsity letters in both football and lacrosse … Named First-Team All-FCIAC and

Second-Team All-State ... Was a member of 2006 and 2007 State Champion football teams. Personal - Son of Richard Stafford and Lindsay Warwick Stafford … Born on March 7, 1990 … Has a younger brother, Todd, and a young sister, Taylor … Also plays basketball, golf, tennis and enjoys surfing … Named to Honor Roll … Participates in Habitat for Humanity, Boy and Girls Club, Key Club, Hand in Hand and Jr. United Way.

BRENNAN BICKNESE

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Freshman • Defense • 5-11 • 200 Ridgewood, N.J. • Delbarton High School - Lettered three times in lacrosse and football … Named All-American, all-state, all-league and all-county in lacrosse ... Team captain ... Earned all-state, all-conference and all-county honors in football … Scored 18 touchdowns in senior season ... Named team MVP in both lacrosse and football. Personal - Born June 27, 1991 … The son of Bob and Carol Bicknese ... Has four brothers, Bobby, senior defenseman Eric, Michael and Matt.

RON CAPUTO

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Freshman • Midfield • 6-2 • 185 Manlius, N.Y. • Fayetteville-Manlius High School - A three-sport standout at Fayetteville-Manlius … Played soccer, hockey and lacrosse … Captained both the hockey and lacrosse teams as a senior … Played midfield in lacrosse … Helped lead F-M to three-straight league titles in lacrosse (2007-09) … A first team all-league selection in lacrosse … A defender in soccer and hockey … Earned first team all-league honors in hockey … A member of the Empire State Games hockey team. Personal - Born on October 19, 1990 … The son of Ron and Joanne Caputo … Has three sisters, Catie, Mollie and Annie, and a brother, Tommie … Class President in high school … A member of the National Honor Society … Also a member of the school orchestra … Has played the violin since he was in fourth grade … His father, Ron, grandfather, Ron Caputo, uncle, Bob Caputo and sister, Catie, all attended Georgetown.

BRIAN CASEY

35

Freshman • Attack • 6-2 • 175 Bethesda, Md. • Georgetown Prep High School - A standout at Georgetown Prep in lacrosse … Coached by Kevin Giblin … Earned All-Met honors in 2008 and 2009 … Named the Best Offensive Player in 2008. Personal - Born on April 13, 1990 … The son of Brian and Barbara Casey … Has two older brothers, Trevor and Kyle … His brother Trevor was a standout on the Hoya lacrosse team from 2004-08 … Earned Dean’s List honors in 2009 in high school … Will wear the same number his brother Trevor wore during his playing days.

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TRAVIS COMEAU

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Freshman • Attack • 5-8 • 153 Alberta, Canada • The Hill Academy High School - A two-sport standout in hockey and lacrosse at The Hill Academy … Played attack and middie in lacrosse … Earned the Hill Academy Lacrosse Award and the Heart & Hustle Award. Personal - Born on August 16, 1990 … The son of Deryl and Raymond Comeau … Has three older brothers, Ryan, Drew and Kent … Coached by former Hoya All-American defenseman Brodie Merrill in high school.

DAVEY EMALA

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Freshman • Attack • 5-11 • 195 Baltimore, Md. • The Gilman School High School - A standout lacrosse player who also played football and hockey … An All-America selection in lacrosse … Also earned All-Metro, All-City and all-county honors … Helped lead Gilman to the MIAA Championship … Also was a part of the MIAA title team in hockey as a freshman and the MIAA title team in football as a sophomore. Personal - Born on September 8, 1990 … The son of Joannie and David Emala … Has two sisters, Nina and Allie, and a brother, Ned.

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Zac Guy Freshman • Attack/Midfield • 6-0 • 172 Tully, N.Y. • Tully High School - In addition to playing lacrosse, also played soccer and ran cross country and indoor track at Tully … A midfielder in lacrosse … Earned All-America honors in 2008 and 2009 … An Under Armour All-American as a senior in 2009. Personal - Born on July 18, 1991 … The son of Alison and Michael Guy … Has five siblings, Ben, Hannah, Jake, Lydia and Gemma … His father played for Georgetown Head Coach Dave Urick as an undergraduate at Hobart College and won four national championships.

TYLER KNARR

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Freshman • Defense • 6-3 • 195 Eagleville, Pa. • LaSalle College HS High School - A standout in lacrosse at LaSalle College High School … Also ran cross country … Helped lead LaSalle to state championships in 2008 and 2009 … Played long-stick middie and took face-offs. Personal - Born on February 27, 1991 … The son of Donna and Bowen Knarr … Has three siblings, Aaron, Bowen, Jr. and Jessica.

DAN MCKINNEY

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Freshman • Midfield • 5-8 • 170 Niskayuna, N.Y. • Niskayuna High School - Lettered six times in lacrosse at Niskayuna … Also played soccer … An Under Armour All-American as a senior in 2009 … Left Niskayuna as the school’s career single-season leader in assists. Personal - Born on October 11, 1990 … The son of Sue and Joe McKinney … Has a younger brother, Justin.

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JASON MCFADDEN

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Freshman • Attack/Midfield • 5-11 • 180 Bel Air, Md. • Calvert Hall High School - A standout in lacrosse and soccer at Calvert Hall … Played attack and midfield in high school … Team captain as a senior. Personal - Born on December 21, 1990 … The son of Michele and Robert McFadden … Has a brother, Brandon and a sister, McKenna.

MICHAEL MORRIS

37

Freshman • Defense • 6-4 • 213 Ridgewood, N.J. • Deerfield Academy High School - A three-year letterwinner in lacrosse … Also played football and hockey … Lettered once in football, twice in hockey at Deerfield Academy and twice in hockey at Ridgewood High School in New Jersey … The recipient of the 2009 DA Lacrosse Award … A two-time First-Team All-New England selection in lacrosse … Played in the New England Prep All-Star Game and was a two-time Blue Chip attendee … Helped lead Deerfield to New England Co-Championships in 2008 (15-1 record) and 2009 (15-1 record) … Team won the New England title in 2007, finishing 16-0. Personal - Born on June 30, 1990 … The son of Sally and Paul Morris … Has three brothers, Kieran, Quinn and Liam … Selected to the honor roll four times … His father, Paul, is a graduate of Rutgers University and his brother Kieran will play lacrosse there next year.

PATRICK MURRAY

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Freshman • Midfield • 6-1 • 220 Denver, Colo. • Kent Denver High School - A four-time letterwinner in lacrosse … Also earned three letters in football and one in basketball … Earned All-America honors in lacrosse as a junior and senior … Named an Under Armour All-American as a senior … Helped lead Kent Denver to the 2008 state championship … Named all-state as a linebacker in football Personal - Born on August 14, 1990 … The son of Denise and Dan Murray … Has three brothers, Dan, Michael and Joey … An honor roll selection from 2007-09.

CHRIS NOURSE

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Freshman • Defense • 6-0 • 185 Erieville, N.Y. • The Hotchkiss School High School - A three-sport standout in lacrosse, football and basketball at Cazenovia High School ... Earned First Team All-Central New York in football and lacrosse and Second Team All-Central New York in basketball … At The Hotchkiss School, earned First Team All-New England honors in lacrosse as a post-graduate and contributed on the football team, which won the New England Championships. Personal - Born on September 24, 1990 … The son of Stacia and Mark Nourse … Has a sister, Lindsey.

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OPPONENTS Game 1

Game 3

Game 5

Location ...............................................College Park, Md. Enrollment ................................................................37,195 Nickname...............................................................Terrapins President ...................................................... C.D. Mote Jr. Director of Athletics............................... Deborah A Yow Head Coach .................................................. Dave Cottle Record at School/Years...................................87-41 (8) Overall Record/Years................................268-111 (27) Assistant Coaches........ Dave Slafkosky, Ryan Moran, Jon Stainbrook Starters Returning/Lost..........................................28/15 Lettermen Returning/Lost ......................................... 7/3 2009 Record................................................................10-7 Conference . ..............................................Atlantic Coast Conference Record/Finish ....................2-1/ 1st Place 2009 Postseason.....NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals Series Record ..................................Maryland leads 7-2 Home Field................................ Byrd Stadium (51,000) 2010 Captains .................. Brian Farrell, Bryn Holmes Brian Phipps Lacrosse SID .......................................... Patrick Fischer SID Phone................................................. 301-314-7062 SID Fax .....................................................301-314-9094 Press Box Phone ...................................410-688-4471 SID E-mail.......................................... pfischer@umd.edu Website............................................... www.umterps.com

Location.........................................................Queens, N.Y. Enrollment................................................................20,109 Nickname ......................................................... Red Storm President ....................Rev. Donald J. Harrington, C.M. Director of Athletics................................Chris Monasch Head Coach ...................................................Jason Miller Record at School/Years.....................................12-28/3 Overall Record/Years . ............................................Same Assistant Coaches .....Dan Paccione, Brian Jacovina Brian Dalton Starters Returning/Lost .............................................6/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost ....................................22/17 2009 Record................................................................. 5-9 Conference . ............................................................ ECAC Conference Record/Finish..................................1-6/8th 2009 Postseason ..................................................... none Series Record ...........................Georgetown leads 8-1 Home Field ................DaSilva Memorial Field (1,260) 2009 Captains...................Gavin Buckley, Tom Manes Jerry Nevin Lacrosse SID.................................................... Will Bryan SID Phone.................................................718-990-1523 SID Fax ..................................................... 718-969-8478 Press Box Phone ...................................718-990-6057 SID E-mail ........charleswilliam.bryan09@stjohns.edu Website .............................www.RedStormSports.com

Location .........................................................Newark, Del. Enrollment................................................................16,000 Nickname ...........................................Fightin’ Blue Hens President ......................................... Dr. Patrick T. Harker Director of Athletics....................................Bernard Muir Head Coach ........................................... Bob Shillinglaw Record at School/Years...........................254-233 (31) Overall Record/Years................................278-250 (34) Assistant Coaches ........Greg Carroll, Ryan Glennon Starters Returning/Lost...............................................8/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost........................................ 28/5 2009 Record................................................................5-10 Conference . ................................................................CAA Conference Record/Finish .................................2-4/5th 2008 Postseason ....................................Did not qualify Series Record............................Georgetown leads 8-0 Home Field ..................................Fred P. Rullo Stadium 2009 Captains................Martin Cahill, Curtis Dickson Pat Dowling, Noah Fossner and Kevin Kaminski Lacrosse SID ........................................ Scott Selheimer SID Phone ...............................................302-831-2186 SID Fax .....................................................302-831-8653 Press Box Phone ...................................302-831-3526 SID E-mail ........................................selheime@udel.edu Website ..................................www.udel.edu/sportsinfo

Game 2

Game 4

Game 6

Location .............................................. Cambridge, Mass. Enrollment ..................................................................6,704 Nickname................................................................Crimson President .............................................Drew Gilpin Faust Director of Athletics .......................... Robert L. Scalise Conference . .....................................................Ivy League Head Coach ..................................................John Tillman Record at school/Years................................... 14-13 (2) Overall Record ..........................................................same Assistant Coach ...................Kevin Warne, Rob Cross Charlie Congleton Starters Returning/Lost...............................................5/5 Lettermen Returning/Lost...................................... 27/11 2009 Record.................................................................. 8-5 Conference........................................................Ivy League Conference Record/Finish .................................3-3/4th 2009 Postseason....................................................... none Series Record...........................Georgetown leads, 1-0 Home Field .Jordan Field/Harvard Stadium (30,323) 2009 Captains............................ Travis Burr, Billy Geist Lacrosse SID .......................................... Tim Williamson Offi ce Phone ....................................... (617) 495-2206 Press Box Phone ................................ (617) 495-5902 Fax . ......................................................... (617) 495-2130 E-mail ......................................twilliam@fas.harvard.edu Athletics Website ............................... GoCrimson.com

Location ..................................................... Syracuse, N.Y. Enrollment................................................................12,440 Nickname................................................................. Orange President...............................................Dr. Nancy Cantor Director of Athletics................................Dr. Daryl Gross Head Coach....................................................John Desko Record at School/Years ...............................134-42/11 Overall Record/Years . .............................................same Assistant Coaches ..Roy Simmons III, Lelan Rogers, Kevin Donahue Starters Returning/Lost .............................................5/5 Lettermen Returning/Lost ....................................36/14 2009 Record ..............................................................16-2 Conference . ................................................................. N/A 2009 Postseason ..............................NCAA Champion Series Record .............................. Syracuse leads 14-4 Home Field.................................Carrier Dome (49,262) 2009 Captains ................... Chris Daniello, Joel White Lacrosse SID ............................................Mike Morrison SID Phone ...............................................315-443-2608 SID Fax ..................................................... 315-443-2076 Press Box Phone ...................................315-443-4241 SID E-mail ..........................................mdmorris@syr.edu Website .........................................www.suathletics.com

Location.................................................... Providence, R.I. Enrollment.................................................................. 3,938 Nickname..................................................................... Friars President.............................. Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. Director of Athletics.....................Robert G. Driscoll, Jr. Head Coach................................................Chris Burdick Record at School/Years.................................. 80-96/11 Overall Record/Years................................................same Assistant Coaches............Keith Loftis, James Courter Colin Reposa Starters Returning/Lost...............................................6/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................29/12 2009 Record................................................................6-10 Conference........................................................BIG EAST 2009 Conference Record/Finish........5-3/4th MAAC 2008 Postseason......................................Did not qualify Series Record...........................Georgetown leads, 2-1 Home Field...........................................Friar Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex (1,000) 2010 Captains......................Tim Barry, Garrett Kanter, Steve Lydon, Mike Feldberg Lacrosse SID............................................Mark LaFrance SID Phone.................................................401-865-2202 SID Fax......................................................401-865-2583 SID E-mail............................ mlafranc@providence.edu Website...............................................www.FRIARS.com

Maryland Saturday, February 27, 2010 Multi-Sport Field, 2 p.m. – ESPNU

Harvard Wednesday, March 3, 2010 Multi-Sport Field, 3:30 p.m. – MASN

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at Syracuse Saturday, March 13, 2010 Syracuse, N.Y., 2 p.m. – ESPNU

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Delaware Wednesday, March 17, 2010 Multi-Sport Field, 7 p.m. – MASN

at Providence Sunday, March 21, 2010 Providence, R.I., noon


OPPONENTS Game 7

Game 9

Game 11

Location........................................................Durham, N.C. Enrollment...................................................................6,247 Nickname...........................................................Blue Devils President.................................Dr. Richard H. Brodhead Director of Athletics......................................Kevin White Head Coach............................................. John Danowski Record at School/Years...................................... 50-9/3 Overall Record/Years..................................269-148/27 Assistant Coaches.......................................Ron Caputo, Chris Gabrielli, Pat DeBolt Starters Returning/Lost............................................... 7/3 Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................31/10 2009 Record................................................................15-4 Conference.................................................Atlantic Coast Conference Record/Finish............................... 2-1/T1st 2008 Postseason................................NCAA Semifinals Series Record........................................Duke leads 16-7 Home Field...........................Koskinen Stadium (6,000) 2010 Captains........................Sam Payton, Ned Crotty Parker McKee, Max Quinzani Lacrosse SID.....................................................Art Chase SID Phone.................................................919-864-2633 SID Fax......................................................919-684-2489 Press Box Phone.....................................919-599-9820 SID E-mail................................ chasea@duaa.duke.edu Website.................................................www.goduke.com

Location..................................................Emmitsburg, Md. Enrollment.................................... 1526 undergraduates Nickname................................Mountaineers, The Mount President..............................................Thomas H. Powell Director of Athletics..........................Lynne P. Robinson Head Coach............................................... Tom Gravante Record at School/Years................................96-130/15 Overall Record/ Years .............................................same Asst. Coaches........ Corey Coffman, Max Van Arsdale and Scott Plasse Starters Returning/Lost...............................................6/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost........................................ 14/6 2009 Record ..............................................................5-10 Conference . ............................................................MAAC Conference Record/Finish ........................... 5-3/T2nd 2009 Postseason....................................................... none Series Record ................................. Mount leads 15-11 Home Field............... Waldron Family Stadium (1,000) 2010 Captains......... T.C. DiBartolo, Russell Moncure and Matt Nealis Lacrosse SID........................................ Mark Vandergrift SID Phone.............................................. (301) 447-5384 SID Fax................................................... (301) 447-5300 Press Box Phone ..........................................................n/a SID E-mail...............................vandergrift@msmary.edu  Website ................................. www.mountathletics.com

Location...................................................... Baltimore, Md. Enrollment.................................................................. 3,686 Nickname........................................................ Greyhounds President....................................Rev. Brian Linnane, S.J. Director of Athletics................................. Joseph Boylan Head Coach........................................... Charley Toomey Record at School/Years.....................................29-24/4 Overall Record/Years................................................same Assistant Coaches.............Dan Chemotti, Matt Dwan, Steve Vaikness Starters Returning/Lost 4/6 Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................32/11 2009 Record.................................................................. 9-5 Conference............................................................... ECAC Conference Record/Finish.............................. 6-1/T-1st 2009 Postseason............................. NCAA First Round Series Record.....................................Loyola leads 26-6 Home Field................ Ridley Athletic Complex (6,000) 2010 Captains.................Taylor Ebsary, Nick Federici, Collin Finnerty and Steve Layne Lacrosse SID....................................... Ryan Eigenbrode SID Phone..................................................410-617-2337 SID Fax...................................................... 410-617-5029 Press Box Phone.....................................443-622-0550 SID E-mail............................. rceigenbrode@loyola.edu Website..............................www.loyolagreyhounds.com

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Location .....................................................Annapolis, Md. Enrollment ................................................................ 4, 200 Nickname .......................................................Midshipmen President......................Vice Adm. Jeffrey Fowler, USN Director of Athletics................................Chet Gladchuk Head Coach ...............................................Richie Meade Record at School/Years................................131-80/15 Overall Record/Years..................................158-103/19 Assistant Coaches.......... Anthony Gilardi, Stan Ross, Mark Goers Starters Returning/Lost...............................................8/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost......................................24/13 2009 Record................................................................11-5 Conference................................................ Patriot League Conference Record/Finish.............................. 4-2/Third 2008 Postseason............................. NCAA First Round Series Record........................Georgetown Leads 13-7 Home Field.....Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 2010 Captains..........................................Anthony Arena Lacrosse SID ......................................... Stacie Michaud SID Phone ................................................410-293-8773 SID Fax......................................................410-293-8954 Press Box Phone.....................................410-268-1489 SID E-mail ....................................... Michaud@usna.edu Website...........................................www.navysports.com

Location..................................................Notre Dame, Ind. Enrollment...................................................................8,371 Nickname........................................................Fighting Irish President.............................Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. Director of Athletics................................ Jack Swarbrick Head Coach..............................................Kevin Corrigan Record at School/Years................................196-96/21 Overall Record/Years..................................206-111/23 Assistant Coaches...............Gerry Byrne, Brian Fisher Starters Returning/Lost...............................................6/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost........................................ 16/7 2009 Record................................................................15-1 Conference........................................................BIG EAST Conference Record/Finish..................................5-0/1st Great Western Lacrosse League 2009 Postseason............................. NCAA First Round Series Record...........................Georgetown leads, 6-4 Home Field................................Arlotta Stadium (2,500) 2010 Captains................. Mike Creighton, Neal Hicks, Kelly McKenna and Scott Rodgers Lacrosse SID................................................Sean Carroll SID Phone................................................. 574-631-2664 SID Fax.......................................................574-631-7941 Press Box Phone......................................574-340-2177 SID E-mail...........................................carroll.64@nd.edu Website........................................................www.und.com

Location.....................................................Amherst, Mass. Enrollment................................................................23,137 Nickname...........................................................Minutemen President......................................................... Jack Wilson Director of Athletics.......................... John McCutcheon Head Coach..............................................Greg Cannella Record at School/Years................................ 122-78/14 Overall Record/Years................................................same Assistant Coaches..................Jake Coon, Kevin Burns Starters Returning/Lost............................................... 7/3 Lettermen Returning/Lost........................................ 22/7 2009 Record.................................................................. 9-6 Conference............................................................... ECAC Conference Record/Finish............................... 3-4/T4th 2009 Postseason....................................................... none Series Record............................Georgetown leads 7-3 Home Field......................................Garber Field (5,000) 2010 Captains............................................................. TBA Lacrosse SID.................................................. Jason Yellin SID Phone...............................................(413) 577-3061 SID Fax................................................... (413) 545-1556 Press Box Phone...................................(413) 687-1756 SID E-mail...............................jyellin@admin.umass.edu Website.................................www.UMassAthletics.com

Duke Saturday, March 27, 2010 Multi-Sport Field, noon – ESPNU

at Navy Friday, April 2, 2010 Annapolis, Md., 7 p.m. – CBSC

Mount St. Mary’s Wednesday, April 7, 2010 Multi-Sport Field, 7 p.m. – Verizon FiOS

at Loyola (Md.) Saturday, April 17, 2010 Baltimore, Md., noon – ESPNU

Notre Dame Sunday, April 11, 2010 Multi-Sport Field, noon – ESPNU

UMass Saturday, April 24, 2010 East Hartford, Conn., 1:30 p.m.

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OPPONENTS Game 13

Rutgers Saturday, May 1, 2010 Multi-Sport Field, 6 p.m. – Verizon FiOS Location...........................................New Brunswick, N.J. Enrollment................................................................52,471 Nickname...................................................Scarlet Knights President...............................Dr. Richard L. McCormick Athletics Director........................................... Tim Pernetti Head Coach................................................. Jim Stagnitta Record at School/Years.....................................46-65/9 Overall Record/Years...................................182-107/21 Associate Head Coach.............................. Jim Rogalski Assistant Coach...........................................Jason Basso Starters Returning/Lost...............................................4/3 Lettermen Returning/Lost........................................ 20/8 2009 Record................................................................4-11 Conference........................................................BIG EAST Conference Record/Finish....................2-5/7th ECAC 2009 Postseason....................................................... none Series Record......................... Georgetown leads 12-0 Home Field...................................... Yurcak Field (5,000) 2010 Captains.Gerhard Buehning and Tad Stanwick Lacrosse SID............................................. Alex Restrepo SID Phone............................................... (732) 445-7746 SID Fax................................................... (732) 445-3063 Press Box Phone.................................. (732) 445-6290 SID E-mail.................... arestrepo@scarletknights.com Website.....................................www.scarletknights.com

Series Records vs. 2010 Opponents Delaware (8-0) 2009 W A 2008 W H 2007 W A 2006 W H 2005 W A 2004 W H 1999 W A 1998 W H Duke (7-16) 2009 L 2008 W 2007 L 2006 W 2005 L 2004 W 2003 W 2002 W 2001 W 2000 L 1999 W 1998 L 1997 L 1996 L 1995 L 1994 L 1993 L 1992 L 1984 L 1983 L 1982 L 1970 L

12-6 19-10 9-8 11-5 9-8 10-5 16-9 19-12

A 9-5 H 11-7 H 6-4 A 1-0 (forfeit) H 13-3 A 9-8 H 6-5 (ot) A 9-7 H 14-7 A 13-12 N 17-14 # A 8-7 H 8-7 A 15-5 H 14-9 A 11-10 (ot) H 10-9 A 17-11 A 22-4 H 15-10 A 13-6 A 15-2

Harvard (1-0) 2009 W H 9-8 (ot)

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at Villanova Saturday, May 8, 2010 Villanova, Pa., 7 p.m. Location......................................................... Villanova, Pa. Enrollment.................................................................. 6,240 Nickname...............................................................Wildcats President..................... Rev. Peter M. Donohue, O.S.A. Director of Athletics................................. Vince Nicastro Head Coach.......................................... Michael Corrado Record at School/Years.....................................23-23/3 Overall Record/Years................................................same Assistant Coaches.............John Derham, Sim Connor Joe Canuso Starters Returning/Lost...............................................6/5 Lettermen Returning/Lost ....................................25/15 2009 Record................................................................11-6 Conference........................................................BIG EAST Conference Record/Finish....................3-3/T-3rd CAA 2009 Postseason............................. NCAA First Round Series Record................................Villanova leads, 14-9 Home Field......................... Villanova Stadium (12,000) 2010 Captains............................................................. TBA Lacrosse SID..............................................Krissy Woods SID Phone.................................................610-519-6460 SID Fax.......................................................610-519-7323 Press Box Phone......................................717-512-3754 SID E-mail.......................kristine.woods@villanova.edu Website .............................................www.villanova.com

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Loyola (Md.) (6-24) 2009 L H 8-7 2008 L A 11-8 2007 W H 10-8 2006 L A 14-10 2005 W H 7-4 2004 W A 14-10 2003 W H 14-5 2002 W A 15-6 2001 L N* 11-9 # 1998 L N** 12-11 # 1997 L H 15-10 1996 L A 16-4 1995 L H 16-8 1994 L A 16-8 1987 L H 25-6 1986 L A 20-1 1985 L H 13-1 1984 L A 20-2 1983 L H 20-3 L H 24-1 1982 1981 L H 17-5 1980 L A 24-3 1979 L H 23-2 L A 19-2 1978 1977 L H 24-4 1976 L A 15-5 1975 L H 11-8 1974 L H 12-7 1973 W A 8-6 L H 10-6 1972 1971 L A 15-8 1970 L H 11-6 * at Baltimore, Md. ** at College Park, Md. Maryland (2-7) 2009 W A 13-10 2008 L H 11-6 2007 W A 8-6 2006 L H 10-4 2005 L N* 9-8 2005 L A 13-6 2004 L H 14-5

L A 9-5 2003 1997 L N 14-10 # * at Princeton, N.J. Massachusetts (7-3) 2009 W A 10-7 2008 W H 12-8 2007 W A 8-7 2006 W H 8-6 2005 L A 13-12 2004 W H 12-10 2003 L A 11-8 2002 L H 16-13 2001 W A 13-12 2000 W H 19-18 Mount St. Mary’s (11-15) 2009 W A 12-4 2008 W H 14-7 2007 W A 11-5 2006 W H 17-7 2005 W A 14-10 2004 W H 16-7 2003 W A 12-5 1995 W H 23-3 1994 W A 22-3 1993 W H 19-5 1992 W A 15-12 1991 L H 12-10 1990 L N* 11-10 1989 L N** 12-8 1988 L A 14-8 1986 L A 12-10 1985 L H 12-1 1984 L A 11-5 1983 L H 9-6 1982 L H 15-3 1981 L H 14-9 1980 L A 15-10 1979 L H 13-11 1978 L A 22-2 1974 L A 26-2 1973 L H 11-4 * at Charlottesville, Va. ** at Baltimore, Md. Navy (13-7) 2009 L 2008 W 2007 W 2006 W 2006 W 2005 W 2004 L 2003 W 2002 W 2001 L 2000 W 1999 L 1998 W 1997 W 1996 W 1995 W 1994 W 1993 L 1992 L 1991 L

H 10-8 A 11-10 (ot) A 10-9 H 9-7 # A 9-5 H 11-6 H 7-5 A 4-3 (ot) H 14-7 A 11-4 H 14-10 A 12-11(ot) H 9-7 A 13-8 H 14-12 A 14-13 H 11-9 A 11-7 H 12-4 A 13-6

Notre Dame (6-4) 1999 W N 14-10% 1999 W A 12-8 1998 W H 13-7 1994 W H 15-8 1993 L A 13-10 1992 W H 10-6 1989 W N 9-7 1984 L H 11-5 1982 L H 17-8 1970 L H 7-6 * - at Hofstra % - NCAA Tournament

Providence (6-4) 1993 W H 1991 W A 1987 L N * - at Long Island

16-5 10-8 9-7

Rutgers (12-0) 2009 W H 2008 W A 2007 W H 2006 W A 2005 W H 2004 W A 2003 W A 2003 W H 2002 W A 2001 W H 2000 W A 1999 W H

15-7 13-7 12-8 9-8 14-7 7-6 9-6 # 8-4 13-2 15-7 14-9 15-10

St. John’s (8-1) 2009 L A 2008 W H 2007 W A 2006 W H 2005 W A 1995 W H 1994 W A 1993 W H 1992 W A

10-9 13-7 12-6 9-5 16-6 16-4 21-4 18-7 16-8

Syracuse (4-14) 2009 L H 8-5 2008 L A 9-8 (ot) 2007 L H 14-9 2006 W A 10-8 2005 W N* 10-7 2004 L N 8-7 # 2004 L H 13-9 2003 L H 12-10 2002 L A 15-14 2001 L H 19-9 2000 L N 17-13 # 2000 L A 24-16 1999 L N 13-9 # 1999 W H 17-13 1998 L A 14-11 1997 W H 14-9 1996 L A 19-13 1995 L H 13-8 * at Los Angeles, Calif. # NCAA Tournament Villanova (9-14) 1999 W A 1998 W H 1997 W A 1996 W H 1995 W A 1994 W H 1993 W A 1992 L H 1991 L A 1987 L H 1986 L A L H 1985 1984 L A 1983 L A 1982 L H 1981 L A 1977 L H 1976 W A 1975 L A 1974 W H 1973 L A 1972 L H 1971 L A

15-6 19-2 16-7 13-4 12-9 16-10 16-9 8-5 17-11 15-5 5-1 13-6 10-1 10-9 10-9 10-6 12-9 10-9 14-3 11-9 8-5 11-10 10-8


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2009 REVIEW The 2009 Georgetown men’s lacrosse team finished its final season in the ECAC Lacrosse League with a 7-7 overall record and a 3-4 mark in league play that saw the team finish in third place. The Hoyas did not make the NCAA Tournament for the second-straight year, but there were several highlight wins and some outstanding performances by individuals along the way. The 7-7 finish ensured Georgetown its 19th-straight season with a .500-or-better record, all under the leadership of Head Coach Dave Urick. Ranked among the top-10 teams in the country in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) poll, the Hoyas got the season off to a great start wtih a thrilling 13-10 win over third-ranked Maryland on the road. For the second time in three years, GU beat the Terrapins to start the season, with junior Craig Dowd, redshirt sophomore Rickey Mirabito and sophomore Ryan Shuler scoring four points apiece to lead the way. The Terrapins led 6-5 at the half, but the Hoyas scored five times in the third quarter to take a 10-7 lead and added three more goals in the fourth quarter to seal the win. Trailing after two quarters, junior Scott Kocis tied the game just over a minute into the quarter. Maryland too a 7-6 lead, but the Hoyas scored four-straight goals and held a 10-7 lead after the third. Mirabito, with an assist from junior Andrew Brancaccio, tied the game again at 7-all with 10:31 left in the third. Senior Michael Shotwell won the ensuing faceoff and fed Shuler, who scored his third goal of the game with 9:25 to play, giving the Hoyas the lead for good at 8-7. Mirabito added his second goal of the quarter, on an assist from Dowd, with 6:36 left, and a goal from Brancaccio, his second of the game, with seven seconds in the third quarter, gave the Hoyas a 10-7 lead. The Hoyas hit the road for their ECAC opener at St. John’s, falling 10-9, with Mirabito scoring five times, and then returned home, losing to eventual national champion Syracuse, 8-5. Georgetown played its second road game and scored four goals in the second quarter and added four more in the fourth and Dowd led the way with two goals and two assists en route to a 12-6 win over Delaware. The Hoyas led by three goals, 8-5, after three quarters of play, but scored four times in the final quarter to pull away for the win. Dowd finished with two goals and two assists to lead the Hoyas, while Shuler added a goal and two assists for three points and Scott Kocis and Todd Cochran scored two goals apiece. Back-to-back road losses to Hobart (15-8) and to No. 8 Duke (9-5) were followed by a much-needed return home, where the Hoyas faced No. 11 Harvard. After spending the better part of the first month of the season on the road, no team was in more dire need for a home game than the Hoyas. It didn’t matter much that the opponent was No. 11 Harvard - making it the fourth game against a team ranked among the top-15 in the country this season - the Hoyas were happy to return home. It was a happy finish for Georgetown, as Mirabito took a feed from Dowd and scored with

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1:19 left in overtime to give the Hoyas a muchneeded 9-8 win over the Crimson. The teams scored two goals apiece in the final four minutes of regulation to head into overtime knotted at 8-all. Harvard won the opening faceoff, but Shuler forced a turnover and Kocis picked up the ground ball to give the Hoyas possession with three minutes left. After a shot from Cochran went wide, Mirabito scored on a point-blank shot in front of the cage from Dowd, giving the Hoyas the thrilling win. Mirabito finished with three goals and two assists for five points, while Brancaccio and Kocis scored two goals apiece and Dowd added a goal and two assists. The Hoyas lost at home to local rival Navy (10-8) three days later, but evened their record at 5-5 with wins over Mount St. Mary’s (12-4) and No. 19 Fairfield (11-8), a win that kept the team alive for the ECAC title. Those ECAC title hopes suffered a setback with a narrow 8-7 loss to local rival Loyola on April 11, but the Hoyas bounced back with a big road win the following week at No. 15 UMass, 10-7. Georgetown opened up a four goal lead on the Minutemen only to see that disappear early in the fourth quarter, but the Hoyas scored three-straight goals late in the game en route to the 10-7 win. Kocis had four points (3-1) to lead the Hoya offense, while senior Jake Samperton added three goals. It was the third win in the previous four games and the fourth in the last six overall for Georgetown, who improved to 6-6 overall and 2-3 in the ECAC.. The Hoyas followed that game up with a seasonhigh six goals in a quarter as Kocis recorded his second-straight hat trick in a 15-7 win over Rutgers in a key ECAC matchup. It was the fourth win in the last five games and the fifth in the last seven games for Georgetown, who improves to 7-6 overall and 3-3 in the ECAC. Rutgers falls to 4-10 overall and 2-4 in the league. Eleven different players scored goals for Georgetown and 17 different players finished with at least one point as the Hoyas posted their highest score since beating Delaware, 18-10, in the fourth game of the 2007 season. The Hoyas jumped out to a 6-2 lead after the first quarter, led 8-2 at the break and 10-3 after three quarters before taking a 15-4 lead in the fourth quarter, the team’s biggest lead this season. In the season finale, Mirabito scored with a half-second left in regulation to tie the game, but Penn State’s Rob Forster scored his fourth goal of the game with 58 seconds in the second overtime period, lifting the 20th-ranked Nittany Lions to a 1211 win over No. 16 Georgetown on Senior Day.. Georgetown led 8-6 in the latter stages of the third quarter after an unassisted goal from Kocis, but Penn State scored three-straight goals to tie the game at 9-all. Freshman Zack Angel took a feed from Craig Dowd to give Georgetown a 10-9 lead with 6:53 left, but goals from Matt Loy and Earl Ross gave Penn State an 11-10 lead with 5:35 remaining in the game. Penn State had the ball late in the game, but Nixon forced a turnover and junior Barney Ehrmann picked up the ground ball with just over a minute

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left. The Hoyas put a pair of shots on the goal in the final seconds of regulation that were blocked, but Mirabito scooped up the ball and put it past Penn State goalie Drew Adams with a half second left to force overtime. Both teams had chances in the first overtime, with Davis making three big saves and shots Brancaccio and Kocis went wide and were saved as the period closed. In the second overtime, the Hoyas had three shots - one apiece from Brancaccio and seniors Samperton and Dan D’Agnes - in the opening minutes, with the final one saved by Adams. After a Georgetown turnover with 1:28 left gave Penn State the ball, the Nittany Lions called a timeout and Forster scored with 58 seconds left to give the visitors the win. Davis appeared to make a diving save on the shot, but the ball squirted out of his stick and into the net before Nixon could push it out for the save. Kocis paced the offense with two goals and two assists, while Samperton added three goals and Angel had a goal and two assists. The Hoyas closed out the 2009 season with a 7-7 overall record and a 3-4 record in the ECAC. Kocis, who earned All-ECAC honors and was the recipient of the Gewirz Award as the Outstanding Offensive Player, finished second on the team in scoring with 29 points and was second on the team with 21 goals scored. Dowd finished the season leading the team in scoring with 10 goals and a team-high 23 assists for 33 points. Senior defenseman Stevie Bauer, who had 49 ground balls, was an Honorable Mention All-American selection and was the recipient of the William Corcoran Memorial Award for Most Valuable Player.

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2009 STATISTICS Overall: 7-7 Conf: 3-4 Home: 3-4 Away: 4-3 Neut: 0-0 ## Name GP-GS G A 6 Ricky Mirabito 14-14 23 6 8 Andrew Brancaccio 14-13 22 3 16 Scott Kocis 14-13 21 8 2 Jake Samperton 13-5 11 4 12 Craig Dowd 14-14 10 23 48 Dan D’Agnes 12-3 10 3 35 Todd Cochran 9-6 6 1 22 Ryan Shuler 13-8 6 4 13 Zack Angel 12-5 5 4 9 Chris Schuville 13-2 3 1 20 Chris Taylor 14-0 3 0 19 Eric Reinhardt 9-0 3 0 4 David Shriver 7-0 2 0 28 Adam Donahue 6-0 2 2 3 Stu Shannon 6-1 2 1 41 Gerry Reilly 2-0 1 0 44 Michael Shotwell 14-0 1 0 23 Dan Hostetler 14-0 1 0 38 Francis McDonough 8-0 1 0 11 Stoddie Nibley 3-0 1 0 15 Ben Hostetler 13-0 1 0 46 Kurt Watkinson 1-0 0 0 34 Robert Koger 1-0 0 0 45 Colby Wilson 1-0 0 0 40 C-Jay Engelke 1-0 0 0 39 Henry VanWagenberg 2-0 0 0 32 Andrew Walls 2-0 0 0 26 Patrick Schmitz 1-0 0 0 24 Phil Mufarrij 3-0 0 0 18 Matt Winter 1-0 0 0 31 Christian McCormack 3-0 0 0 1 Cullen Molinari 7-0 0 1 33 Jon Schoen 6-0 0 1 43 Barney Ehrmann 14-6 0 0 36 Dan Vinson 14-0 0 0 30 Brett Weiss 12-0 0 2 29 Jack Davis 14-14 0 0 27 Stevie Bauer 14-14 0 0 17 Bobby Boyle 9-0 0 0 10 Max Seligmann 13-0 0 1 7 Chris Nixon 13-9 0 2 5 Eric Bicknese 14-14 0 0 42 C.T. Fisher 1-0 0 0 Total............................... 14 135 67 Opponents................... 14 122 61 ## Name GP GS 29 Jack Davis 14 14 31 Christian McCormack 3 0 42 C.T. Fisher 1 0 Total............................... 14 Opponents................... 14

SHOTS Pts Sh Shot% 29 65 .354 25 98 .224 29 87 .241 15 45 .244 33 57 .175 13 29 .345 7 36 .167 10 26 .231 9 19 .263 4 21 .143 3 13 .231 3 5 .600 2 5 .400 4 5 .400 3 7 .286 1 1 1.000 1 1 1.000 1 1 1.000 1 3 .333 1 2 .500 1 5 .200 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 4 .000 1 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 3 .000 2 18 .000 0 0 .000 0 4 .000 0 0 .000 1 23 .000 2 3 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 202 592 .228 183 435 .280

GOAL AVERAGE Minutes GA GAAvg 819:59 116 8.49 27:42 5 10.83 1:04 1 56.25 0 848:45 122 8.62 848:45 135 9.54

GOALS SOG SOG% GW 42 .646 1 63 .643 1 43 .494 0 28 .622 0 31 .544 0 17 .586 2 15 .417 0 16 .615 0 10 .526 0 13 .619 0 7 .538 1 3 .600 1 4 .800 0 3 .600 1 3 .429 0 1 1.000 0 1 1.000 0 1 1.000 0 1 .333 0 2 1.000 0 4 .800 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .500 0 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .333 0 4 .222 0 0 .000 0 1 .250 0 0 .000 0 10 .435 0 1 .333 0 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 330 .557 7 248 .570 7

UP DN 5 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 16 1

SAVES Saves Pct W 123 .515 6 3 .375 0 .000 0 0 126 .508 6 205 .603 6

RECORD Shots L T Faced 6 0 420 0 0 14 0 1 6 0 435 6 0 590

GOALS BY PERIOD GU 27 Opponents

1st 27 28

2nd 36 26

3rd 44 31

4th 1 36

OT 0 0

OT2 135 1

Total

SHOTS BY PERIOD GU 113 Opponents

1st 155 110

2nd 153 103

3rd 164 106

4th 6 107

OT 5 3

OT2 596 1

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SHOT ON GOAL BY PRD GU Opponents

1st 77 66

2nd 84 49

3rd 86 63

4th 87 66

OT 3 1

OT2 2 1

Total 339 246

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SAVES BY PERIOD GU Opponents

GB 14 22 14 9 16 5 8 14 3 29 39 6 2 4 1 4 36 11 2 1 21 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 6 62 38 5 21 49 4 4 35 18 0 520 433

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ATTENDANCE SUMMARY GU Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

T/O 16 15 20 9 23 11 4 11 2 15 10 2 2 2 3 0 3 3 4 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 13 5 3 5 6 0 4 9 6 0 238 292

2nd 23 57

CT Faceoff Pct 1 0-0 .000 2 0-0 .000 8 0-0 .000 2 0-0 .000 7 0-0 .000 3 0-0 .000 1 1-2 .500 2 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 3 0-0 .000 8 0-0 .000 1 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 1 0-0 .000 1 0-0 .000 3 75-139 .540 6 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 4 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 22 2-6 .333 0 87-156 .558 0 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 34 0-0 .000 3 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 24 0-0 .000 12 0-0 .000 0 0-0 .000 154 165-303 .545 128 138-303 .455

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4th 30 43

Pen 2 0 3 1 1 0 1 3 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 3 2 0 4 6 0 44 48

OT 1 2

OT2 0 2

Min 1.5 0.0 2.5 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.5 3.0 1.5 3.0 0.5 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.5 1.0 1.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.5 0.0 0.5 0.0 2.5 2.0 0.0 3.5 4.5 0.0 35.0 41.0

Total 124 204

OPP 10619 9076 7/1517 7/1297 0/0

CLEARS: GU -- 234-287 .815, Opponents -- 230-315 .730. MAN-UP OPPS: GU -- 15-48 .312, Opponents -- 16-44 .364.

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2009 BOXSCORES Game 1

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No. 11 GEORGETOWN 12, Delaware 6 March 11, 2009, Newark, Del.

No. 8 GEORGETOWN 13, No. 3 Maryland 10 February 21, 2009, College Park, Md. Georgetown Maryland

1 2 3

2 3 3

3 5 1

4 3 3

Total 13 10

1 2 2

2 4 2

3 2 1

4 4 1

Total 12 6

Georgetown Scoring: GOALS: Mirabito 3, Shuler 3, Brancaccio 2, Dowd, Kocis, Cochran, Samperton, D’Agnes. ASSISTS: Dowd 3, Brancaccio, Kocis, Mirabito, Shuler, Weiss.

Georgetown Scoring: GOALS: Dowd 2, Kocis 2, Cochran 2, Shuler, D’Agnes, Brancaccio, Mirabito, Schuville, Taylor. ASSISTS: D’Agnes 2, Dowd 2, Shuler 2.

Maryland Scoring: GOALS: Sieverts 3, Reynolds 2, Groot 2, Catalino 2, Young. ASSISTS: Groot, Reynolds, Young.

Delaware Scoring: GOALS: Bloor 2, Kaminski, Davis, Lee, Steverson. ASSISTS: Dickson.

Shots: Georgetown 34, Maryland 30. Ground Balls: Georgetown 23, Maryland 36. Face-offs: Georgetown 9-26, Maryland 17-26. Clears: Georgetown 15-16; Maryland 10-16. EMO: Georgetown 3-4; Maryland 2-4. Saves: Georgetown: J. Davis, 7; Maryland: J. Carter 10.

Shots: Georgetown 51, Delaware 30. Ground Balls: Georgetown 41, Delaware 28. Face-offs: Georgetown 12-21, Delaware 9-21. Clears: Georgetown 20-24, Delaware 16-25. EMO: Georgetown 0-7, Delaware 0-4. Saves: Georgetown: J. Davis, 9; Delaware: Fossner, 17.

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Game 5

St. John’s 10, No. 5 GEORGETOWN 9 February 28, 2009, Queens, N.Y. Georgetown St. John’s

1 0 4

2 3 3

3 1 1

Hobart 15, No. 11 GEORGETOWN 8 March 14, 2009, Geneva, N.Y. 4 5 2

Total 9 10

Georgetown Hobart

1 0 4

2 0 3

3 2 6

4 6 2

Total 8 15

Georgetown Scoring: GOALS: Mirabito 5, Kocis 2, Dowd, Brancaccio. ASSISTS: Dowd 2, Kocis, Samperton.

Georgetown Scoring: GOALS: Mirabito 3, Brancaccio 2, Kocis, Reinhardt, Donahue. ASSISTS: Brancaccio 2, Mirabito 2, Kocis.

St. John’s Scoring: GOALS: Schanen 3, Michaelsen 2, Leach 2, Iacona, Kutner, Mitchell. ASSISTS: Miles 4, Manes, Michaelsen.

Hobart Scoring: GOALS: Curtin 3, Colburn 3, Bigelow 2, Pederson 2, Cassell 2, Lazore, Suits, Smalley. ASSISTS: Bigelow 3, Curtin 2, Colburn, Lazore.

Shots: Georgetown 39, St. John’s 42. Ground Balls: Georgetown 27, St. John’s 32. Face-offs: Georgetown 10-22, St. John’s 12-22. Clears: Georgetown 11-17, St. John’s 13-18. EMO: Georgetown 2-4, St. John’s 2-7. Saves: Georgetown: J. Davis, 14; St. John’s: Buckley 15.

Shots: Georgetown 38, Hobart 31. Ground Balls: Georgetown 46, Hobart 31. Face-offs: Georgetown 17-26, Hobart 9-26. Clears: Georgetown 17-23, Hobart 23-26. EMO: Georgetown 1-1, Hobart 1-2. Saves: Georgetown: J. Davis, 8; Hobart: Silberlicht, 15.

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No. 2 Syracuse 8, No. 12 GEORGETOWN 5 March 7, 2009, Washington, D.C. Syracuse Georgetown

1 1 0

2 1 1

3 4 4

No. 8 Duke 9, No. 19 GEORGETOWN 5 March 21, 2009, Durham, N.C. 4 2 0

Total 8 5

Syracuse Scoring: GOALS: Keogh 4, Abbott 2, Hardy, Amidon. ASSISTS: Abbott, Hardy, Kahoe, Keogh, Miller, Nims. Georgetown Scoring: GOALS: Brancaccio 2, Kocis, Cochran, Dowd. ASSISTS: Angel, Kocis. Shots: Syracuse 36, Georgetown 45. Ground Balls: Syracuse 27, Georgetown 37. Face-offs: Syracuse 5-17, Georgetown 12-17. Clears: Syracuse 18-26, Georgetown 13-17. EMO: Syracuse 0-1, Georgetown 1-2. Saves: Syracuse: Galloway, 15; Georgetown: Davis, 9.

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1 1 4

2 2 1

3 2 2

4 0 2

Total 5 9

Georgetown Scoring: GOALS: Shuler 2, Brancaccio, Cochran, Kocis. ASSISTS: Dowd 2. Duke Scoring: GOALS: Quinzani 3, McKee 2, Turri, Howell, Catalino, Costabile. ASSISTS: Crotty 2, Schoeffel, Turri. Shots: Georgetown 37, Duke 29. Ground Balls: Georgetown 28, Duke 35. Face-offs: Georgetown 9-17, Duke 8-17. Clears: Georgetown 16-18, Duke 14-23. EMO: Georgetown 1-3, Duke 3-7. Saves: Georgetown: J. Davis, 10; Duke: Schroeder, 14.


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GEORGETOWN 9, No. 11 Harvard 8 (OT) March 25, 2009, Washington, D.C. Harvard Georgetown

1 2 2

2 2 2

3 1 1

4 3 3

OT 0 1

Total 8 9

Harvard Scoring: GOALS: Gibbons 2, Burr 2, Cohen, Vaughan, Sapia, Motschwiller. ASSISTS: Gibbons, Oberbeck. Georgetown Scoring: GOALS: Mirabito 3, Brancaccio 2, Kocis 2, Dowd, Cochran. ASSISTS: Dowd 2, Mirabito 2. Shots: Harvard 28, Georgetown 41. Ground Balls: Harvard 30, Georgetown 26. Face-offs: Harvard 11-20, Georgetown 9-20. Clears: Harvard 13-18, Georgetown 17-19. EMO: Harvard 0-2, Georgetown 2-4. Saves: Harvard: Pike, 12 saves; Georgetown: J. Davis, 10.

Game 8

No. 16 Navy 10, GEORGETOWN 8 March 28, 2009, Washington, D.C. Navy Georgetown

1 0 1

2 3 0

3 3 3

4 4 4

Total 10 8

Navy Scoring: GOALS: Connors 3, Paul 2, Leone 2, Nechanicky, Moran, Lennon. ASSISTS: Paul 3, Lennon, Nechanicky, Striffler. Georgetown Scoring: GOALS: Brancaccio 2, Dowd, Schuville, Kocis, Mirabito, Taylor, D’Agnes. ASSISTS: Dowd 3, NIxon, Schuville, Seligmann. Shots: Navy 25, Georgetown 41. Ground Balls: Navy 32, Georgetown 34. Face-offs: Navy 7-21, Georgetown 14-21. Clears: Navy 19-27, Georgetown 17-19. EMO: Navy 1-3, Georgetown 1-6. Saves: Navy: Phelan, 15 saves; Georgetown: J. Davis, 7 saves.

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No. 20 GEORGETOWN 12, Mt. St. Mary’s 4 March 31, 2009, Emmitsburg, Md. Georgetown Mount St. Mary’s

1 3 1

2 2 1

3 6 1

4 1 1

No. 19 GEORGETOWN 11, No. 18 Fairfield 8 April 4, 2009, Washington, D.C. 1 2 3 Fairfield 2 2 1 Georgetown 3 3 2

4 3 3

Total 8 11

Fairfield SCORING: GOALS: Nick Baglio 3; Chris Ajemian 2; Doug Kuring 1; John Snellman 1; Ryan Mulford 1. ASSISTS: Brent Adams 1; Graham Bergsma 1; Jeff Cilente 1; Doug Kuring 1. GU SCORING: GOALS: Jake Samperton 2; Ricky Mirabito 2; Dan D’Agnes 2; Zack Angel 1; Scott Kocis 1; Ben Hostetler 1; Stu Shannon 1; Eric Reinhardt 1. ASSISTS: Craig Dowd 2; Zack Angel 1; Jake Samperton 1. Shots: Fairfield 27, Georgetown 43. Ground Balls: Fairfield 23, Georgetown 44. Face-offs: Fairfield 4-21, Georgetown 17-21. Clears: Fairfield 17-21, Georgetown 14-21. EMO: Fairfield 1-2, Georgetown 0-5. Saves: Fairfield: Charlie Cipriano, 12 saves; Georgetown: J. Davis, 9 saves.

Game 11

No. 16 Loyola 8, No. 19 GEORGETOWN 7 April 11, 2009, Washington, D.C. 1 2 3 Loyola 0 1 4 Georgetown 0 2 2

4 3 3

Total 8 7

LOY SCORING: GOALS: Cooper MacDonnell 5; Jake Willcox 2; Matt Langan 1.ASSISTS: Chris Basler 2; Cooper MacDonnell 1. Georgetown SCORING: GOALS: Andrew Brancaccio 3; Craig Dowd 1; Scott Kocis 1; Dan D’Agnes 1; Zack Angel 1. ASSISTS: Craig Dowd 1. Shots: Loyola 24, Georgetown 38. Ground Balls: Loyola 39, Georgetown 35. Face-offs: Loyola 13-19, Georgetown 6-19. Clears: Loyola 15-21, Georgetown 18-21. EMO: Loyola 0-1, Georgetown 0-1. Saves: Loyola: Jake Hagelin, 10 saves; Georgetown: J. Davis, 3 saves.

Total 12 4

Georgetown Scoring: GOALS: D’Agnes 3, Brancaccio 3, Donahue, Shannon, Dowd, Angel, Hostetler, Mirabito. ASSISTS: D’Agnes, Donahue, Kocis, Shannon. Mount St. Mary’s Scoring: GOALS: Stapor, Adkins, Lehrer, Yates. ASSISTS: Freidman, Kellett, Stapor. Shots: Georgetown 38, Mount St. Mary’s 19. Ground Balls: Georgetown 39, Mount St. Mary’s 29. Face-offs: Georgetown 9-19, Mount St. Mary’s 10-19. Clears: Georgetown 18-23, Mount St. Mary’s 19-23. EMO: Georgetown 0-1, Mount St. Mary’s 1-1. Saves: Georgetown: J. Davis, 3 saves, Christian McCormack 1 save. Mount St. Mary’s: T.C. DiBartolo 10 saves, A.J. Schaufler, 3 saves.

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Game 14

GEORGETOWN 10, No. 12 UMass 7 April 18, 2009, Amherst, Mass. Georgetown UMass

1 4 1

2 2 2

No. 20 Penn State 12, No. 16 GEORGETOWN 11 (2OT) May 2, 2009, Washington, D.C. 3 0 2

4 4 2

Total 10 7

Georgetown SCORING: GOALS: Andrew Brancaccio 3; Craig Dowd 1; Scott Kocis 1; Dan D’Agnes 1; Zack Angel 1. ASSISTS: Craig Dowd 1. UMass SCORING: GOALS: Jim Connolly 2, Tim Balise 2, Evan Blum 2, Bobby Hayes. ASSISTS: Bobby Hayes. Shots: Georgetown 47, UMass 35. Ground Balls: Georgetown 37, UMass 26. Face-offs: Georgetown 13-20, UMass 7-20. Clears: Georgetown 18-22, UMass 16-18. EMO: Georgetown 1-4, UMass 1-2. Saves: Georgetown: J. Davis, 14 saves; UMass: D. Schneider, 18 saves

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No. 17 GEORGETOWN 15, Rutgers 7 April 25, 2009, Washington, D.C. Rutgers Georgetown

1 2 6

2 0 2

3 1 2

4 4 5

Total 7 15

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Justin Pennington 3; Tad Stanwick 2; Adam Goldberg 1; Gerhard Buehning 1. ASSISTS: Mike Dugan 2; Kevin Hover 2; Michael Diehl 1; Justin Pennington 1; Erik Stilley 1. GU SCORING: GOALS: Scott Kocis 3; Jake Samperton 2; Craig Dowd 1; Ricky Mirabito 1; Andrew Brancaccio 1; Chris Schuville 1; Chris Taylor 1; Francis McDonough 1; Stoddie Nibley 1; Gerry Reilly 1; Eric Reinhardt 1; David Shriver 1. ASSISTS: Craig Dowd 2; Jake Samperton 2; Ricky Mirabito 1; Cullen Molinari 1; Chris Nixon 1; Jon Schoen 1; Ryan Shuler 1; Brett Weiss 1. Shots: Rutgers 33, GU 44. Ground Balls: Rutgers 29, GU 32. Face-offs: Rutgers 11-25, GU 14-15 Clears: Rutgers 18-25, GU 17-19. EMO: Rutgers 2-3, GU 1-1. Saves: Rutgers: Peter Pantages, 15 saves. Georgetown: J. Davis, 11 saves.

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1 Penn State 2 Georgetown 3

2 2 1

3 3 4

4 4 3

OT 0 0

O2 1 0

Tot 12 11

Penn State SCORING: GOALS: Forster, Rob 4; Shea, Brian 2; Mackrides, Matthew 1; Vosburgh, Colton 1; Hogan, Chris 1; Loy, Matt 1; Link, Ryan 1; Ross, Earl 1. ASSISTS: Mackrides, Matthew 2; Vosburgh, Colton 2; Donley, Will 1; Forster, Rob 1; Hogan, Chris 1; Loy, Matt 1. Georgetown SCORING: Jake Samperton 3; Scott Kocis 2; Ricky Mirabito 2; Zack Angel 1; Andrew Brancaccio 1; Dan D’Agnes 1; David Shriver 1. ASSISTS: Zack Angel 2; Craig Dowd 2; Scott Kocis 2. Shots: Georgetown 54, Penn State 46. Ground Balls: Georgetown 42, Penn State 36. Face-offs: Georgetown 13-28, Penn State 15-28. Clears: Georgetown 23-28, Penn State 19-28. EMO: Georgetown 2-5, Penn State 2-5. Saves: Georgetown: J. Davis, 11 saves; Penn State: D. Adams, 19 saves


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TRIUMPH AND HERITAGE “I don’t have one great memory of my time at Georgetown … I have many,” All-American midfielder Andy Corno (C’05) said. “The reason for that was the coaching staff. They made the experience fun, they made it enjoyable, and truly the reason why Georgetown is such an unbelievable experience. If I could have one more year back 1967 Georgetown Men’s Lacrosse Club Team Men’s lacrosse is a spring tradition on Georgetown’s picturesque campus and the 2010 season marks the 46th anniversary of lacrosse at Georgetown. “The fastest game on two feet” and Georgetown University have become synonymous with each other as the men’s lacrosse program has established itself as one of the nation’s elite. Georgetown has molded into a team competing for a national championship, thanks in large part to phenomenal student and university support, along with being located in one of the nation’s lacrosse hotbeds. Lacrosse first made its appearance at Georgetown in the spring of 1951. Despite encouraging success, lack of support and increased costs doomed the team following its second season. Ten years later, led by the efforts of undergraduates John Campbell and Roger O’Neill and GU alumnus Leo McCormick (C ’30), a group of Georgetown students successfully organized an intercollegiate lacrosse team. As a “club” sport in the spring of 1963, the team received limited University support and was only able to survive due to the dedication and perseverance of its student-athletes and the volunteer services of its coaches, first Tom Daly and Matt Kenny, and later Jeff Joseph. Throughout the 60s, enthusiasm for the sport was high. Aided by the generous support of alumni and parents, the club paid its own way as the team successfully played a competitive schedule including several

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Ivy League schools. Coaches Al Kirson and Will Johnson, assisted by John Ashton, guided the Hoyas in these years ending the decade. On the threshold of the 70s, under the leadership of Charlie Blazek and Bill Guilfoyle, Georgetown Lacrosse achieved a long awaited milestone: the club was given “varsity” recognition by the University and began intercollegiate play as an NCAA Division I program in 1970. Former Johns Hopkins stars Charles Goodell and Jim Feely guided the GU lacrosse program in the early 70s. ExUniversity of Maryland star Gary Besosa took over the team in 1974, and was followed by Greg Swanson, who finished out the decade as head coach. The 80s were a reinvigoration of the Hoya lacrosse program. Coach Tom Oberdorfer began the slow task of rebuilding. In 1983 Georgetown created a full-time head coach position and thus the arrival of head coach Bill Gorrow. It signaled the fulfillment of four decades of persevering and building. In 1990, Georgetown took its lacrosse program to the next level with the hiring of Dave Urick. Urick came to Georgetown with an amazing resume, winning 10 consecutive NCAA Division III NCAA titles while the head coach at Hobart College. He immediately transformed a

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at Georgetown, I would take it in a second. I loved everything about it. Living and breathing the school and the sport, I wouldn’t change anything. It’s something that I’ll never forget.”

Georgetown program that had not ever had a Division I winning record into a team that finished 8-5 in 1990. Georgetown lacrosse had arrived. Since Urick’s arrival the Hoyas were selected to participate in 11-straight NCAA Tournaments (1997-2008), reached the


TRIUMPH AND HERITAGE

“For me, Georgetown University was the ideal institution to be a student-athlete,” recalls two-time Tewaaraton Trophy finalist Brodie Merrill (C’05). “The Georgetown University lacrosse program affords you the opportunity to compete for a national championship, while being immersed within the most influential city in the world. Unlike many other college coaches, Coach Urick’s number one priority is not winning games, rather it is making sure

NCAA Quarterfinals in six-straight seasons and in nine of the last 11 overall, and won the ECAC League Championship six times. GU has been in the top 10 of the final USILA Poll in nine of the past 11 seasons. All 62 of Georgetown’s All-Americans and all but one of the 32 Georgetown players selected to participate in the North-South Game have come under the tutelage of Urick. Georgetown cracked into the top 20 for the first time in 1993 and four years later, the Hoyas advanced to its first ever NCAA Tournament in 1997. One year later GU ripped off its first ever NCAA Tournament win with a 9-8 victory over UMBC. One of the greatest achievements in the history of Georgetown men’s lacrosse was the 1999 season, when the Blue and Gray recorded a school record 13 wins and

its first ever visit to the NCAA semifinals, defeating Notre Dame and Duke before falling to Syracuse. In 2000 another chapter was formed for the program as the Hoyas joined the ECAC Lacrosse League. Georgetown won the ECAC title six times in 10 years. The Hoyas had 56 players named All-ECAC and had five players tabbed as the league’s Defensive Player of the Year and five players recognized as the Offensive Player of the Year. The Hoyas joined seven other schools in 2010 as members of the inaugural BIG EAST Conference. Men’s lacrosse on the Hilltop has persevered for over 40 years at Georgetown University and has transformed itself into one of the great athletic programs in the history of Georgetown varsity sports.

his players enjoy and take advantage of the complete college experience. He has a genuine care for his players that stretches beyond the bounds of the lacrosse field.”

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HOYAS BEYOND THE HILLTOP Since Major League Lacrosse was founded in 2001, Georgetown University players have had a significant impact on the league. In its first year, three former Hoyas were selected to play in the league, which features fast-paced, high scoring, hardhitting action that has made it the fastest growing team sport in the United States. Overall, more than 20 former Georgetown players have been selected in the

Major League Lacrosse draft and several, including Andy Corno (C’05), Brodie Merrill (C’05), Kyle Sweeney (B ’03) and Scott Urick (C ’00), are still on MLL rosters. Georgetown has had at least one player drafted in all but one collegiate draft since the MLL’s inaugural season in 2001, including Dusseau who was the second overall pick in the 2002 draft. Another Hoya-MLL highlight has been Urick, who was the 2002

MLL All-Star game’s MVP and is the third all-time leading goal scorer in the league with 232 goals. Overall 22 different Hoyas have played in the MLL and as usual the 2010 Georgetown senior class has several players looking to become the next Hoya to don a Major League Lacrosse uniform.

All-Time MLL DRAFT SELECTIONS Year

Rd.

Ovr.

Player

2001 2001 2001 2002 2002* 2003 2003 2004 2005 2005 2005* 2005* 2005* 2005* 2006* 2006* 2006* 2006* 2006* 2006 2006 2006 2008 2008 2009

2 3 4 1 8 3 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 10 1 3 4 8 21 3 4 4 2 3 4

12 17 20 2 43 13 16 7 3 6 10 15 24 55 7 27 34 76 210 26 36 37 19 23 27

Rodger Colbert Mike Henehan Scott Doyle Steve Dusseau Matt Rienzo Kyle Sweeney Pat Collins Walid Hajj Brodie Merrill Andy Corno Trevor Walker Michael Hammer Kevin O’Brien Neal Goldman Kevin O’Brien Brice Queener Trevor Walker Nick Miaritis Neal Goldman Reyn Garnett Dave Paolisso Pete Cannon Jerry Lambe Brendan Cannon Stevie Bauer

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Team Bridgeport Boston Boston Boston Bridgeport Bridgeport New Jersey New Jersey (Rochester) Baltimore New Jersey Philadelphia Baltimore Boston New Jersey Rochester Rochester Los Angeles Philadelphia Baltimore New Jersey New Jersey Philadelphia Long Island Chicago Chicago

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HOYAS BEYOND THE HILLTOP All-Time Hoyas in the MLL Player Stevie Bauer (C’09) Rodger Colbert (B ’01) Pete Cannon (C ’06) Pat Collins (B ’03) Brendan Cannon (C’08) Andy Corno (C ’05) Scott Doyle (C ’01) Steve Dusseau (C ’02) Reyn Garnett (C ’06) Walid Hajj (C ’04) Mike Hammer (C ’04) Mike Henehan (B ’01) Brian Hole (C ’99) Dan Martin (C ’97) Greg McCavera (C ’99) Jerry Lambe (C’08) Brodie Merrill (C ’05) Kevin O’Brien (B ’99) Dave Paolisso (C ’06) Scott Schroeder (B ’02) Kyle Sweeney (B ’03) Scott Urick (C ’00)

MLL Team Chicago New Jersey Philadelphia New Jersey Chicago New Jersey Boston Boston Long Island New Jersey Long Island Boston Baltimore Long Island Long Island Long Island Toronto Boston Washington New Jersey Philadelphia New Jersey

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current MLL players in bold scott urick

HOYAS & NATIONAL TEAMS U.S. LACROSSE NATIONAL TEAM 2010 Kyle Sweeney 2006 Kyle Sweeney Scott Urick 2002 Steve Dusseau Scott Doyle U.S. LACROSSE U-19 NATIONAL TEAM 2008 Bobby Boyle Craig Dowd CANADIAN NATIONAL TEAM 2010 Brodie Merrill 2006 Brodie Merrill

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TOP GAMES IN HOYA HISTORY

Georgetown 11, Navy 9 1994 Regular Season

Georgetown won its third consecutive game by defeating local rival Navy, 11-9, to improve to 7-1. The come-from-behind win over the 12th-ranked Midshipmen was the Hoyas’ first win over a higher ranked team. Kevin Noonan supplied the heroics by scoring the game’s final three goals – all in the fourth period to erase a 9-8 deficit. Score by period Navy Georgetown

1 2 4

2 5 2

3 2 2

4 Total 0 9 3 11

Navy GOALS: Matt Long 2, Jamie Slough 2, Chris Messineo 2, Charles Bertrand 1, Matt Foxman 1, John Hanna 1. ASSISTS: Rob Bailey 2, Matt Long 1. Georgetown GOALS: Kevin Noonan 4, Joe Callahan 3, Damon Vettori 2, Chris Remington 1, Dan Martin 1. ASSISTS: Chris Remington 2, Greg Lawler 2, Nathan Sprong 1, B.J. Thompson 1, Joe Callahan 1.

Georgetown 14, Syracuse 9 1997 Regular Season

Georgetown 9, UMBC 8 1998 NCAA First Round Georgetown received its second-consecutive

at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament and defeated UMBC (9-8) in the first round for its first-ever NCAA win. Gamble scored what proved to be the gamewinning goal with 4:52 remaining. Hole had a fine game in goal for the Hoyas, registering a seasonhigh 18 saves. Greg Hubschmann scored 3 goals and Scott Urick and Tyler Gamble added two goals each. Score By Periods: 1 Georgetown (10-4) 1 UMBC (9-5) 2

3 3 3

4 Total 3 9 2 8

Goals Georgetown: Greg Hubschmann 3, Scott Urick 2, Tyler Gamble 2, Mike Corry 1, Greg McCavera 1. UMBC: Chris Turner 3, Jeff Ratcliffe 2, John McDonnell 2, Dan Marohl 1. Assists Georgetown: Andy Flick 1, Tyler Gamble 1, Keith Baker 1, Greg Peters 1, Dan Shea 1. UMBC: Dan Marohl 2, Tim Hahn 1, John McDonnell 1.

Capitalizing on an early lead, the Georgetown men’s lacrosse team cruised to a win over No. 2 Syracuse, 14-9, at Kehoe Field. Syracuse, coming off a win over Virginia, looked to open the game with a fast-paced style of play, but the Hoyas controlled the face-offs throughout the game, shutting down the Orange attack. The Hoyas established a 4-1 lead in the first quarter, with goals from junior middie Greg Hubschmann and freshman attackman Andy Flick leading the way. Hubschmann scored four times in the first half and Flick finished with three goals, his last coming 17 seconds into the third quarter. Sophomore goalie Brian Hole made 18 saves for the Hoyas as GU held Syracuse to single digits in scoring for only the fourth time in their last 61 games.

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Georgetown 17, Duke 14 1999 NCAA Quarterfinals The Hoyas avenged an early-season loss to

Duke with a 17-14 win at Hofstra Stadium in Hempstead, N.Y., to advance to the NCAA Final Four. It marked Georgetown’s first victory over the Blue Devils in 13 tries. Greg McCavera’s four goals and two assists, and Andy Flick’s three goals and two assists paced the Hoyas. Mike Henehan and Tyler Gamble each scored three goals and had one assist. Scott Urick added two goals and Steve Dusseau and Brett Wagner each scored once. Score By Periods: 1 Duke (13-3) 3 Georgetown (13-2) 4

2 4 4

3 2 4

4 Total 5 14 5 17

Goals Duke: Adam Dretler 3, Brendan Keaney 2, Jared Frood 2, Nick Hartofilis 2, Scott Diggs 1, Greg Patchak 1, Chris Kakel 1, T.J. Durnan 1, John O’Donnell 1. Georgetown: Greg McCavera 4, Andy Flick 3, Mike Henehan 3, Tyler Gamble 3, Scott Urick 2, Steve Dusseau 1, Brett Wagner 1. Assists Duke: Jared Frood 2, Scott Diggs 1, Greg Patchak 1, Craig Schubert 1. Georgetown: Greg McCavera 2, Andy Flick 2, Tyler Gamble 1, Mike Henehan 1.


TOP GAMES IN HOYA HISTORY No. 10 Georgetown 11, No. 1 Duke 7 2008 Regular Season The tenth-ranked Georgetown University men’s

Georgetown 9, Princeton 8 2007 NCAA First Round Brendan Cannon scored 31 seconds into

sudden-death overtime, lifting No. 6 Georgetown to a 9-8 win over Princeton in front of 2,156 fans at the Multi-Sport Field during first round action of the 2007 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament. The win vaulted Georgetown (12-2) into the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament for the sixth-straight year and for the 10th time in the last 11 years. The opening face-off of overtime was won by Georgetown senior Christiaan Trunz - the last of his 12 wins in 20 attempts during the day - and senior defender Jerry Lambe successfully cleared the ball. Cannon took control on the far side of the crease and quickly attacked as he dove and sent a shot over the right shoulder of Princeton goalie Alex Hewitt, beating him at 3:29 and setting off a wild jubilation in one of the most thrilling games in recent history.

It was the first-ever NCAA Tournament overtime win for the Hoyas, and their first overtime win since a 4-3 win over Navy during the 2003 season. After Georgetown took an 8-7 lead late in the third quarter on a score from freshman Craig Dowd, Princeton tied the game just under two minutes into the fourth on a goal from Scott Sowanick. Princeton had a series of opportunities midway through the fourth quarter, including two man-up after Hoya penalties, but junior goalie Miles Kass stopped a trio of shots, including two with his feet, to keep the game tied. It was a game of runs, as the Hoyas scored the game’s first goal and Princeton responded with three-straight. The Hoyas scored three-of-four in the second quarter to tie the game at the break at 4-all, and then scored three time in a three minute span in the third quarter to take a 7-4 lead, but Princeton responded with three goals in a span of 4:47 to tie the game.

lacrosse team outscored top-ranked and previously unbeaten Duke, 8-2 after halftime and senior goalkeeper Miles Kass posted 18 saves, one shy of his career high, as the Hoyas upset the Blue Devils, 11-7, in front of 2,412 fans on the Multi-Sport Field. Kass and the Hoya defense held the nation’s highest scoring offense to a season-low seven goals. Craig Dowd, Brendan Cannon and Ricky Mirabito tallied two goals apiece while Cannon also dished out three assists, including two after halftime. Barney Ehrmann compiled five ground balls. The Hoyas converted on three of their five extra-man opportunities. “We point to a couple of games on the schedule every year and this is one of them,” Head Coach Dave Urick said. “The kids really dug down deep today. We had some self-inflicted errors but we overcame them. It was a great team effort.” Georgetown got off to a great start, scoring three goals in the first three minutes of the game to take a 3-1 lead after one period. Junior Todd Cochran and Andrew Baird scored unassisted goals right off the bat and sophomore Chris Schuville scored with Cannon picking up an assist. The Blue Devils, however, scored four goals in the second quarter, including three from sophomore Max Quinzani, and held a 4-3 lead at halftime. Georgetown stopped the Duke scoring streak on an extra-man opportunity with 13:23 to go in the third to make it 5-4. After a Blue Devil 30-second penalty, the Hoyas cashed in immediately when sophomore Andrew Brancaccio rifled a low shot eight seconds into the extraman opportunity. Duke upped its lead to 6-4 with 3:24 left in the third, but the Hoyas scored their second extra-man goal of the game when Mirabito brought the Hoyas to within 6-5 with his first of two consecutive goals One minute later, GU senior Dan D’Agnes assisted on Mirabito’s second goal with 20 seconds to go in the third to tie the game at 6-all. The Hoyas started the fourth period with a 3-minute advantage when Duke was charged with an illegal stick penalty that was ruled too short. GU took the lead for good, 7-6 with 13:44 left in regulation during the EMO. Midway through the penalty, Brancaccio scored and Cannon notched his third assist of the game. Cannon and Baird combined for a goal at 9:12 of the fourth as the Hoyas kept the pressure on. Cannon scored his first goal of the game as Baird picked up an assist for a 9-7 GU lead. Danowski ripped an unassisted goal at 7:54 to bring Duke to within one, 8-7 but the Hoyas netted three goals over the final 4:07 to the delight of the crowd. Score by period Duke Georgetown

1 1 3

2 4 0

3 1 3

4 Total 1 7 5 11

Duke GOALS: Quinzani 3, Danowski 2, Greer, Ross. ASSISTS: Crotty 2, Danowski 2. Georgetown GOALS: Cannon 2, Mirabito 2, Dowd 2, Baird, Brancaccio, D’Agnes, Schuville, Cochran. ASSISTS: Cannon 3, Baird, Brancaccio, D’Agnes, Mirabito.

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A TYPICAL YEAR A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES “A world of opportunities - that is what the Georgetown University Lacrosse program offers,” notes Head Coach Dave Urick. “Whether in the classroom, on the lacrosse field, or in the nation’s capital, opportunity abounds at Georgetown. It is up to the young men themselves to take advantage of them, but the academic and athletic opportunities that are here are second to none.”

In the fall, the lacrosse team practices from mid-September through the end of October. The team concentrates on fundamentals and does a fair amount of intra-squad scrimmaging. This time serves as a learning period for both the younger players and the coaching staff and includes team practices, conditioning, weight training and plyometric running exercises. The fall practice season typically includes scrimmages against regional opponents. The team concluded this past fall by participating in a tournament at the United States Naval Academy. During the winter, the team resumes practice in mid-January. The mild climate in the area allows the team plenty of time to prepare outdoors for the upcoming season. The earlier practices are held in conjunction with the weight training and conditioning that has continued from the fall. The team usually competes in two scrimmages prior to the start of the regular season. This year, the Hoyas scrimmaged the University of Virginia and Albany in preparation for the season-opener against Maryland. Also during this time, the players contribute to the campus community by spending some volunteer time with the children in the Pediatric Ward at Georgetown University Hospital. The time and attention that the players give lifts the children’s spirits and brings a smile to the face of all those involved. This year, the Hoyas will play 14 regular season games, including home contests with Maryland, Harvard, St. John’s, Delaware, Duke, Mount St. Mary’s, Notre Dame, UMass and Rutgers. Georgetown will play six teams ranked in Inside Lacrosse Magazine’s pre-season top 25, including

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Maryland, Harvard, Syracuse, Duke, Navy, Notre Dame, Loyola and UMass. With Coach Urick at the helm Georgetown’s men’s lacrosse program has played in the NCAA Tournament in 11 of the last 13 seasons. The Hoyas have advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals in nine of the last 12 seasons. Off the field, Georgetown lacrosse players are part of the community. Members of the lacrosse team were leaders in the student-athlete driven program called “Hoya Dreams,” which pairs Georgetown athletes up with kids from the Georgetown University Hospital Pediatric Ward for visits. Each year, Georgetown lacrosse players have unique opportunities to meet with prospective employers during visits to Wall Street. Led by the coaching staff, upperclassmen on the team will travel to New York and meet with former players currently working in the financial industry. Coach Urick, along with assistant coaches Matt Rienzo and Scott Urick, also host an Alumni Weekend with New York City alums each Fall. Throughout the year, there are numerous opportunities for players to interact positively with alumni, parents and friends. The networking and gathering of alumni, parents and friends that centers around both the home and away contests is a wonderful and warm feature of the program at Georgetown. Pre and postseason barbecues welcome the freshmen and bid farewell to the seniors. At home and away games, a “Hoya tent” or “tailgate” where friends and family gather and cheer on the team serves to confirm the tradition and pride associated with Georgetown University and its lacrosse program.

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Georgetown is located in one of the strongest collegiate lacrosse hotbeds in the nation. Studentathletes are attracted to Georgetown from the most competitive lacrosse playing fields in the mid-Atlantic region, New York, New England, as well as from across the nation. The lacrosse facilities at Georgetown are exceptional. The team competes and practices on Multi-Sport Field, a facility that opened in September 2005. A FieldTurf surface located at the center of campus, the Multi-Sport Field has a seating capacity of 4,500 (2,000 in the East stands and 2,500 in the West stands). The FieldTurf allows year-round practices and games. These facilities, coupled with the pleasant spring climate of the Washington, D.C. area, assure that early season practices and games can be held under comfortable playing conditions. McDonough Arena houses the coaches’ offices, the lacrosse locker room, the studentathlete weight room and the state-of-the-art sports medicine facility. Through the facilities of the Georgetown University Medical Center, varsity players have access to some of the finest medical specialists in the world. In addition, educational opportunities outside of regular classes are plentiful, as many lacrosse players have taken advantage of internships that are offered throughout the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area. The elements are all there. A high caliber Division I lacrosse program, the resources of Georgetown University and living in our nation’s capital combine to offer a studentathlete one of the most special educational opportunities anywhere.


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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Team W L Air Force 2 1 Army 7 1 Baltimore 0 2 Boston College 6 1 Bowdoin 0 1 Bowie State 0 1 Brown 5 0 Bucknell 4 0 Butler 8 0 Canisius 4 0 Catholic 7 0 Catonsville 1 0 Colgate 2 0 Cornell 3 0 Dartmouth 2 3 Delaware 8 0 Dickinson 1 0 Drexel 3 5 Duke 7 16 Fairfield 4 0 Fairleigh Dickinson 1 0 Frostburg State 3 4 Georgia 1 0 Georgia Tech 1 1 Gettysburg 1 5 Guilford 1 2 Hampden-Sydney 1 3 Harvard 1 0 Haverford 1 0 Hobart 13 2 Hofstra 3 1 Holy Cross 0 2 Johns Hopkins 0 2 Kutztown 1 2 Lafayette 5 2 Lehigh 3 1 Loyola 6 26 M.A.P.S. 1 1 M.I.T. 0 1

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First Last Last Meeting Meeting GU Win 1985 1995 1995 1995 2005 2005 1971 1972 ---1989 1995 1995 1979 1979 ---1979 1970 ---1997 2003 2003 1990 2002 2002 1994 2001 2001 1990 1997 1997 1980 1984 1984 1979 1979 1979 1992 2000 2000 2000 2004 2004 1986 2000 2000 1998 2009 2009 1990 1990 1990 1984 1991 1991 1970 2009 2008 2006 2009 2009 1985 1985 1985 1971 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1981 1981 1982 1973 1983 1983 1987 1989 1989 1976 1980 1980 2009 2009 2009 1988 1988 1988 1995 2009 2008 1994 1997 1997 1983 1985 ---1993 2007 ---1982 1989 1989 1987 1994 1994 1995 1998 1998 1970 2009 2007 1970 1970 1975 1978 1978 ----

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Team W L Manhattan 1 0 Mary Washington 3 0 Maryland 2 7 UMBC 6 9 Massachusetts 7 3 Michigan State 0 1 Morgan State 0 7 Mount St. Mary’s 11 15 Navy 13 7 N.Y. Maritime 1 0 Notre Dame 6 4 Ohio State 2 1 Penn State 9 5 Pennsylvania 2 0 Princeton 1 5 Providence 2 1 Radford 2 2 Randolph-Macon 2 10 Richmond 3 0 Rutgers 12 0 St. John’s 8 1 St. Mary’s 3 11 Salisbury State 0 4 Skidmore 0 1 Stony Brook 6 0 Syracuse 4 14 Towson 1 2 Union 0 3 Vermont 3 3 Virginia Mil. Inst. 4 7 Virginia Tech 1 0 Villanova 9 14 Virginia 0 2 West Chester St. 1 0 Western Maryland 1 2 William & Mary 1 6 Yale 0 8 Bold indicates 2010 opponent

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1970 (2-6)

Coach: Charles Goodell Bowie State........................................L................... 17-4 Notre Dame.........................................L..................... 7-6 Western Maryland.............................W.................... 5-4 M.A.P.S................................................W.................... 3-2 Loyola (Md.).........................................L...................11-6 at Towson State.................................L...................16-0 at Duke.................................................L...................15-2 UMBC..................................................L...................14-5

1971 (1-7)

Coach: Jim Feely at UMBC.............................................L...................21-6 at Western Md....................................L...................10-8 at Loyola (Md.)....................................L...................15-8 at Randolph-Macon...........................L...................12-2 at Villanova...........................................L...................10-8 Frostburg State.................................W..................10-7 Baltimore..............................................L..................... 6-5 Towson State......................................L...................15-4

1972 (1-6)

Coach: Jim Feely UMBC..................................................L...................12-9 Loyola (Md.).........................................L...................10-6 Randolph-Macon................................L...................14-6 Villanova...............................................L................ 11-10 at William & Mary..............................W..................13-9 at Frostburg State..............................L................ 13-10 at Baltimore.........................................L...................10-2

1973 (2-5)

Coach: Jim Feely at UMBC.............................................L...................13-5 William & Mary....................................L...................12-9 Mount St. Mary’s................................L...................11-4 Gettysburg..........................................W..................15-8 at Loyola (Md.)...................................W.................... 8-6 Morgan State......................................L..................... 7-4 at Villanova...........................................L..................... 8-5

1974 (2-8)

Coach: Gary Besosa Frostburg State.................................W..................10-6 UMBC..................................................L..................... 6-1 Loyola (Md.).........................................L...................12-7 at Mount St. Mary’s...........................L...................26-2 at William & Mary...............................L...................18-4 at Salisbury State...............................L...................14-7 Villanova..............................................W..................11-9 St. Mary’s.............................................L...................13-7 at Morgan State.................................L................ 23-10 Gettysburg...........................................L...................11-9

1975 (0-8)

Coach: Gary Besosa at Gettysburg......................................L................... 17-4 Loyola (Md.).........................................L...................11-8 at Villanova...........................................L...................14-3 M.A.P.S.................................................L...................10-8 William & Mary....................................L...................12-3 at Salisbury State...............................L..................... 1-0 at St. Mary’s........................................L...................12-6 Morgan State......................................L...................19-4

1976 (2-6)

Coach: Greg Swanson Hampden-Sydney.............................W.................... 7-6 at Loyola (Md.)....................................L...................15-5 Gettysburg...........................................L................... 17-3

at William & Mary...............................L...................18-4 at Morgan State.................................L...................24-5 at Villanova..........................................W..................10-9 Randolph-Macon................................L..................... 7-6 Frostburg State..................................L...................11-7

1977 (0-7)

Coach: Greg Swanson at Hampden-Sydney..........................L..................... 7-1 Loyola (Md.).........................................L...................24-4 at St. Mary’s........................................L...................28-5 William & Mary....................................L...................23-3 at Randolph-Macon...........................L...................14-9 at Frostburg State..............................L................ 19-14 Villanova...............................................L...................12-9

1978 (0-9)

Coach: Greg Swanson MIT........................................................L..................... 8-4 at William & Mary...............................L...................25-2 Randolph-Macon................................L...................10-3 at VMI...................................................L...................11-8 at Mount St. Mary’s...........................L...................22-2 at Loyola (Md.)....................................L...................19-2 Hampden-Sydney..............................L...................13-4 Frostburg State..................................L...................16-8 St. Mary’s.............................................L...................23-1

1979 (2-7)

Coach: Greg Swanson Union.....................................................L................ 13-10 Loyola (Md.).........................................L...................23-2 Bowdoin...............................................L...................23-2 Mount St. Mary’s................................L................ 13-11 VMI.......................................................W..................10-8 at Randolph-Macon...........................L...................10-4 at St. Mary’s........................................L...................14-7 at Catonsville.....................................W.................... 7-6 Morgan State......................................L................ 11-10

1980 (4-6)

Coach: Greg Swanson at Loyola (Md.)....................................L...................24-3 at Hampden-Sydney..........................L...................23-9 at Mount St. Mary’s...........................L................ 15-10 St. Mary’s.............................................L................ 18-10 Catholic...............................................W..................15-5 Richmond............................................W..................10-4 Randolph-Macon...............................W............... 14-13 at Catholic..........................................W..................16-1 at VMI...................................................L...................11-7 at Morgan State.................................L...................11-8

1981 (4-7)

Coach: Tom Oberdorfer Georgia Tech......................................W..................11-7 Union.....................................................L...................11-4 Mount St. Mary’s................................L...................14-9 Frostburg State.................................W.................... 7-6 at St. Mary’s........................................L...................12-9 Loyola (Md.).........................................L................... 17-5 at Villanova...........................................L...................10-6 at Randolph-Macon...........................L...................12-6 Catholic...............................................W..................15-7 VMI.......................................................W..................13-7 Morgan State......................................L................ 11-10

1982 (3-12)

Coach: Tom Oberdorfer at Georgia Tech..................................L...................11-7 at Georgia...........................................W..................18-5

at Duke.................................................L..................... 6-0 Notre Dame.........................................L................... 17-8 Gettysburg...........................................L...................14-5 Kutztown..............................................L................ 14-11 Ohio State...........................................L...................11-7 Skidmore..............................................L..................... 9-8 Catholic...............................................W..................11-4 Richmond............................................W..................13-3 Randolph-Macon................................L...................12-7 St. Mary’s.............................................L...................14-4 Loyola (Md.).........................................L...................24-1 Mount St. Mary’s................................L...................15-3 Villanova...............................................L...................10-9

1983 (2-7)

Coach: Bill Gorrow at Radford............................................L......................8-7 at Gettysburg......................................L...................22-4 Holy Cross...........................................L...................11-4 Union.....................................................L................ 14-11 Richmond............................................W..................15-6 Catholic...............................................W..................11-5 at Randolph Macon...........................L...................13-8 Loyola (Md.).........................................L...................20-3 at St. Mary’s........................................L...................12-4

1987 (4-7)

Coach: Bill Gorrow at Guilford............................................L..............7-6 (ot) Yale........................................................L...................12-4 Mary Washington..............................W..................16-6 Dartmouth............................................L...................19-9 Villanova...............................................L...................15-5 Loyola (Md.).........................................L...................25-6 at Lafayette.........................................W.................... 6-5 at Drexel...............................................L...................10-7 at NY Maritime...................................W.............7-6 (ot) vs. Providence @...............................L......................9-7 St. Mary’s . .........................................W........10-9 (2ot) @ at Long Island

1988 (4-7)

Coach: Bill Gorrow Haverford............................................W..................14-5 at Guilford............................................L...................14-7 at Mary Washington.........................W.................. 17-7 Yale........................................................L...................13-7 at VMI...................................................L...................11-9 Lafayette...............................................L...................14-9 Drexel...................................................W..................10-7 UMBC..................................................L...................10-4 at Mount St. Mary’s...........................L...................14-8 St. Mary’s............................................W..................13-3 at Salisbury State...............................L...................10-7

1989 (5-8)

Coach: Bill Gorrow Boston College..................................L...................12-8 at Radford...........................................W.................... 7-6 vs. Notre Dame @.............................W.....................9-7 Princeton..............................................L...................16-2 Yale........................................................L...................13-4 vs. Dartmouth #..................................L...................12-5 vs. VMI #..............................................L...................10-6 at Lafayette..........................................L...................13-3 at Drexel...............................................L...................11-8 Guilford...............................................W..................13-9 vs. Mount St. Mary’s !........................L...................12-8

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS vs. Stony Brook &.............................W..................10-8 Kutztown.............................................W..................20-6 @ at Hofstra # at UMBC Tourney ! at Baltimore & at St. John’s

1990 (8-5)

Coach: Dave Urick vs. Radford @....................................W.................. 27-7 at Stony Brook...................................W..................11-9 Yale........................................................L...................18-8 Bucknell...............................................W..................13-9 at Princeton.........................................L................... 17-3 Dickinson............................................W..................13-4 at UMBC.............................................L...................18-5 Drexel...................................................W..................15-7 at VMI...................................................L...................13-6 Mary Washington..............................W..................22-4 vs. Mount St. Mary’s #......................L................ 11-10 vs. Boston College!..........................W..................13-8 Canisius..............................................W..................26-5 @ at Virginia # at Baltimore, Md. ! at St. John’s

1991 (7-5)

Coach: Dave Urick Mar. 9 Stony Brook..................... W.................16-9 Mar. 16 Yale..................................... L..................11-7 Mar. 20 Bucknell............................ W.................10-9 Mar. 23 Princeton........................... L..................19-3 Mar. 27 at Boston College.......... W.................16-6 Mar. 28 at Providence.................. W.................10-8 Apr. 6 at Drexel........................... W.................15-8 Apr. 13 at Villanova........................ L................17-11 Apr. 17 at Navy............................... L..................13-6 Apr. 21 VMI.................................... W.................18-6 Apr. 27 at Lafayette...................... W.............. 20-14 May 4 Mount St. Mary’s............. L............... 12-10

1992 (9-3)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 19th Mar. 7 Boston College.............. W.................18-7 Mar. 14 Notre Dame..................... W.................10-6 Mar. 18 Colgate............................. W.................14-3 Mar. 21 at St. John’s..................... W.................16-8 Mar. 28 Air Force........................... W.................15-5 Apr. 5 Canisius............................ W.................31-7 Apr. 12 Villanova............................ L.................... 8-5 Apr. 15 Navy................................... L..................12-4 Apr. 18 at Stony Brook................ W.................10-5 Apr. 25 Lafayette........................... W.................19-6 Apr. 29 at Mount St. Mary’s........ W.............. 15-12 May 2 at Duke.............................. L................17-11

1993 (9-4)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 17th Mar. 6 Boston College.............. W.................14-6 Mar. 13 at Johns Hopkins............. L............... 15-10 Mar. 17 Vermont............................ W.............. 12-10 Mar. 20 St. John’s.......................... W.................18-7 Mar. 27 vs. Dartmouth #.............. W................. 17-8 Apr. 3 at Notre Dame................. L............... 13-10 Apr. 10 at Villanova....................... W.................16-9 Apr. 14 at Navy............................... L..................11-7 Apr. 18 Providence....................... W.................16-5 Apr. 24 at Lafayette...................... W.................11-5 Apr. 28 Mount St. Mary’s............ W.................19-5

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May 1 Duke................................... L..................10-9 May 8 at Pennsylvania............... W.................10-7 # at Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y.

1994 (10-3)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 12th Mar. 6 Penn State....................... W................. 17-4 Mar. 12 Notre Dame..................... W.................15-8 Mar. 15 Butler................................ W.................16-4 Mar. 15 at St. John’s..................... W.................21-4 Mar. 27 at Duke.............................. L........11-10 (ot) Mar. 31 at Boston College.......... W.................14-9 Apr. 9 Villanova........................... W.............. 16-10 Apr. 13 Navy.................................. W.................11-9 Apr. 16 at Hofstra.......................... L............... 13-10 Apr. 23 Lafayette........................... W.................16-8 Apr. 27 at Mount St. Mary’s........ W.................22-3 Apr. 30 at Loyola (Md.)................. L..................16-8 May 7 Pennsylvania.................... W................. 17-8

1995 (10-4)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 11th Mar. 4 Syracuse........................... L..................13-8 Mar. 8 Mount St. Mary’s............ W.................23-3 Mar. 12 at Army............................. W.................11-6 Mar. 15 Butler................................ W.................11-5 Mar. 18 St. John’s.......................... W.................16-4 Mar. 25 Duke................................... L..................14-9 Mar. 29 Air Force........................... W.................16-2 Apr. 1 Boston College.............. W.................23-3 Apr. 8 at Villanova....................... W.................12-9 Apr. 12 at Navy.............................. W.............. 14-13 Apr. 15 Hofstra.............................. W................. 17-6 Apr. 22 at Hobart........................... L..................12-9 Apr. 29 Loyola (Md.)...................... L..................16-8 May 6 Lehigh............................... W.................15-5

1996 (8-5)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 19th Mar. 2 Butler................................ W.................13-6 Mar. 6 at Syracuse....................... L............... 19-13 Mar. 9 Army.................................. W.................13-9 Mar. 14 Canisius............................ W.................15-6 Mar. 16 at Penn State.................. W.................9-12 Mar. 24 at Duke.............................. L..................15-5 Mar. 30 Navy.................................. W.............. 14-12 Apr. 6 Villanova........................... W.................13-4 Apr. 13 at Hofstra......................... W.......16-15 (ot) Apr. 20 Hobart............................... W.......11-10 (ot) Apr. 23 at Princeton...................... L..................13-2 Apr. 27 at Loyola (Md.)................. L..................16-4 May 4 at Lehigh........................... L............... 16-14

1997 (9-5)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 7th Brown..................................................W............... 12-10 Syracuse.............................................W..................14-9 at Army.................................................L...................12-9 vs. Butler @........................................W..................10-8 Penn State..........................................W..................18-8 Duke......................................................L......................8-7 at Navy.................................................W..................13-8 Canisius..............................................W..................24-5 at Villanova..........................................W..................16-7 Hofstra.................................................W..................18-5 at Hobart.............................................W..................14-9 Loyola (Md.).........................................L................ 15-10

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1998 (10-5)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 8th Feb. 28 Brown @.......................... W.................11-9 Mar. 7 Army.................................. W.................15-7 Mar. 11 Butler %........................... W.................13-9 Mar. 15 at Penn State................... L............... 14-13 Mar. 22 at Duke.............................. L.....................8-7 Mar. 28 Navy.................................. W....................9-7 Apr. 4 at UMBC........................... L............... 12-11 Apr. 8 Delaware.......................... W.............. 19-12 Apr. 11 Notre Dame..................... W.................13-7 Apr. 18 Hobart............................... W.............. 15-11 Apr. 21 at Lehigh.......................... W.................14-8 Apr. 25 Villanova........................... W.................19-2 May 2 at Syracuse....................... L............... 14-11 May 10 UMBC &.......................... W................... 9-8 May 17 Loyola (Md.) ^.................. L............... 12-11 @ at Hofstra % at North Carolina & NCAA First Round at Baltimore, Md. (JHU) ^ NCAA Quarterfinals at College Park, Md.

1999 (13-3)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 5th Feb. 27 Brown............................... W.................12-4 Mar. 7 at Army............................. W.................22-6 Mar. 10 vs. Butler %..................... W.............. 22-16 Mar. 21 UMBC.............................. W.................11-6 Mar. 27 Duke................................... L..................10-8 Mar. 31 Penn State....................... W.............. 20-10 Apr. 3 at Navy............................... L........12-11 (ot) Apr. 10 at Notre Dame................ W.................12-8 Apr. 14 at Delaware..................... W.................16-9 Apr. 17 Hobart............................... W.............. 14-10 Apr. 25 at Villanova....................... W.................15-6 May 2 Rutgers............................. W.............. 15-10 May 8 Syracuse.......................... W...............17-13 May 16 vs. Notre Dame &........... W.............. 14-10 May 22 vs. Duke ^........................ W...............17-14 May 29 vs. Syracuse !................... L..................13-9 % at Kissimmee, Fla. & NCAA First Round at Towson, Md. ^ NCAA Quarterfinals at Hempstead, N.Y. ! NCAA Semifinals at College Park, Md.

2000 (12-3, 6-0 ECAC)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 7th Feb. 26 Colgate............................. W.................14-7 Mar. 4 Army.................................. W.................15-5 Mar. 12 at Penn State *............... W................. 17-8 Mar. 15 Butler................................ W.................18-7 Mar. 19 UMBC *........................... W.............. 11-10 Mar. 22 Dartmouth........................ W.................16-7 Mar. 26 at Duke.............................. L............... 13-12 Apr. 1 Navy *................................ W.............. 14-10 Apr. 8 at Stony Brook *............. W.................19-6 Apr. 15 at Hobart.......................... W.................10-9 Apr. 22 Massachusetts *............. W.............. 19-18 Apr. 29 at Rutgers *..................... W.................14-9 May 6 at Syracuse....................... L............... 24-16


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS May 13 vs. Cornell &.................... W.............. 14-12 May 20 vs. Syracuse ^................. L................17-13 *ECAC Lacrosse League game & NCAA First Round at Geneva, N.Y. ^ NCAA Quarterfinals at Piscataway, N.J.

*ECAC Lacrosse League game & NCAA First Round at Piscataway, N.J. ^ NCAA Quarterfinals at Towson, Md.

2007 (12-3, 7-0 ECAC)

2004 (11-4, 3-0 ECAC)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 7th Feb. 24 at Ohio State................... W.................10-6 Mar. 3 at Army............................. W.................14-9 Mar. 10 Penn State *.................... W.................12-5 Mar. 14 Butler................................ W.................21-8 Mar. 17 at UMBC *....................... W.................11-5 Mar. 25 Duke.................................. W.................14-7 Apr. 1 at Navy *............................ L..................11-4 Apr. 4 at Bucknell....................... W.................13-6 Apr. 7 Stony Brook *.................. W.................11-8 Apr. 14 Hobart............................... W................. 17-5 Apr. 21 at Massachusetts *........ W.............. 13-12 Apr. 28 Rutgers *.......................... W.................15-7 May 5 Syracuse........................... L..................19-9 May 12 vs. Loyola (Md.) &............ L..................11-9 *ECAC Lacrosse League game & NCAA First Round at Baltimore, Md.

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 5th Feb. 28 Maryland............................ L..................14-5 Mar. 6 Cornell.............................. W.................14-4 Mar. 13 at Penn State *............... W.................10-8 Mar. 17 Delaware.......................... W.................10-5 Mar. 20 Hobart............................... W....................9-7 Mar. 27 at Duke............................. W................... 9-8 Apr. 3 Navy................................... L.................... 7-5 Apr. 10 vs. Vermont...................... W.................13-5 Apr. 17 at Loyola (Md.)................ W.............. 14-10 Apr. 24 UMass *............................ W.............. 12-10 Apr. 28 Mount St. Mary’s............ W.................16-7 May 1 at Rutgers *..................... W................... 7-6 May 7 Syracuse........................... L..................13-9 May 16 Towson &.......................... W.................15-8 May 23 vs. Syracuse ^................. L.....................8-7 *ECAC Lacrosse League game & NCAA First Round at Washington, D.C. ^ NCAA Quarterfinals at Ithaca, N.Y.

2002 (12-3, 4-1 ECAC)

2005 (10-5, 3-2 ECAC)

2001 (11-3, 5-1 ECAC)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 4th Feb. 23 Ohio State....................... W.................10-8 Mar. 2 vs. Cornell #.................... W................... 8-5 Mar. 9 at Penn State *............... W.............. 11-10 Mar. 16 UMBC *........................... W.............. 18-10 Mar. 24 at Duke............................. W....................9-7 Mar. 30 Navy *................................ W.................14-7 Apr. 3 Bucknell............................ W.................13-7 Apr. 6 Brown............................... W.................16-6 Apr. 13 at Hobart.......................... W....................8-7 Apr. 20 Massachusetts *.............. L............... 16-13 Apr. 24 at Loyola (Md.)................ W.................15-6 Apr. 28 at Rutgers *..................... W.................13-2 May 4 at Syracuse....................... L............... 14-15 May 12 vs. Manhattan &.............. W.................12-7 May 18 vs. Princeton ^................. L............... 14-13 # at Johns Hopkins *ECAC Lacrosse League game & NCAA First Round at Newark, Del. ^ NCAA Quarterfinals at Hempstead, N.Y.

2003 (11-4, 4-1 ECAC)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 8th Mar. 1 vs. Cornell........................ W.................13-6 Mar. 8 Penn State *.................... W.................11-9 Mar. 11 vs. Hobart %................... W.................13-5 Mar. 15 at UMBC * ..................... W.................12-7 Mar. 23 Duke.................................. W............6-5 (ot) Mar. 30 at Navy *........................... W............4-3 (ot) Apr. 5 at Brown........................... W.............. 12-11 Apr. 12 Loyola (Md.)..................... W.................14-5 Apr. 19 at Massachusetts *......... L................. 11-8 Apr. 23 at Mount St. Mary’s........ W.................12-5 Apr. 26 Rutgers *.......................... W................... 8-4 Apr. 28 at Maryland....................... L.................... 9-5 May 3 Syracuse........................... L............... 12-10 May 11 vs. Rutgers &................... W................... 9-6 May 18 vs. Virginia ^..................... L..................12-7 # at Syracuse, N.Y. % at San Antonio, Texas

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 8th Feb. 26 at Maryland....................... L..................13-6 Mar. 5 at St. John’s..................... W.................16-6 Mar. 12 vs. Syracuse @............... W.................10-7 Mar. 16 at Delaware..................... W................... 9-8 Mar. 19 at Hobart.......................... W.................11-9 Mar. 26 Duke................................... L..................12-3 Apr. 3 Navy *................................ W.................11-6 Apr. 9 vs. Vermont %................. W................... 9-1 Apr. 13 at Mount St. Mary’s........ W.............. 14-10 Apr. 16 Loyola (Md.) *.................. W................... 7-4 Apr. 23 at Massachusetts *......... L............... 13-12 Apr. 30 Rutgers *.......................... W.................14-7 May 8 Penn State *..................... L............... 13-12 May 15 Army &.............................. W.................16-6 May 22 vs. Maryland ^................. L.................... 9-8 @ at Los Angeles, Calif. % at Manhasset, N.Y. *ECAC Lacrosse League game & NCAA First Round at Washington, D.C. ^ NCAA Quarterfinals at Princeton, N.J.

2006 (12-3, 6-1 ECAC)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 5th Feb. 25 Maryland............................ L..................10-4 Mar. 4 St. John’s *....................... W................... 9-5 Mar. 10 at Syracuse...................... W.................10-8 Mar. 15 Delaware.......................... W.................11-5 Mar. 18 Hobart *............................ W.................11-9 Mar. 25 at Duke ............................ W..........1-0 (for.) Mar. 28 Mount St. Mary’s............ W................. 17-7 April 1 at Navy ............................ W................... 9-5 April 8 at Fairfield *...................... W.................10-5 April 15 at Loyola (Md.) *.............. L............... 14-10 April 22 Massachusetts *............. W................... 8-6 April 29 at Rutgers *..................... W................... 9-8 May 6 at Penn State *............... W.................10-9 May 14 Navy &............................... W....................9-7 May 21 vs. Virginia ^..................... L..................20-8 * ECAC Lacrosse League Game & NCAA First Round at Washington, D.C. ^ NCAA Quarterfinals at Towson, Md.

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 5th Feb. 24 at Maryland...................... W................... 8-6 Mar. 3 at St. John’s *.................. W.................12-6 Mar. 10 Syracuse........................... L..................14-9 Mar. 14 at Delaware..................... W................... 9-8 Mar. 18 Hobart *............................ W.............. 15-13 Mar. 24 Duke................................... L.................... 6-4 Mar. 31 Navy.................................. W.................10-9 Apr. 7 Fairfield *.......................... W....................8-7 Apr. 10 at Mount St.Mary’s......... W.................11-5 Apr. 14 Loyola (Md.) *.................. W.................10-8 Apr. 21 at UMass *....................... W....................8-7 Apr. 28 Rutgers *.......................... W.................12-8 May 5 Penn State *.................... W................... 9-4 May 13 Princeton &...................... W............9-8 (ot) May 19 vs. Johns Hopkins^........ L..................14-6 * ECAC Lacrosse League Game & NCAA First Round Game at Washington, D.C. ^ NCAA Quarterfinals at Princeton, N.J.

2008 (9-4, 5-2 ECAC)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: 11th Feb. 23 Maryland............................ L..................11-6 Mar. 1 St. John’s *....................... W.................13-7 Mar. 9 at Syracuse....................... L........ 9-8 (2OT) Mar. 12 Delaware.......................... W.............. 18-10 Mar. 15 Hobart *............................ W.....13-12 (OT) Mar. 22 Duke.................................. W.................11-7 Mar. 29 at Navy.............................. W.....11-10 (OT) April 1 Mount St. Mary’s............ W.................14-7 April 5 at Fairfield *...................... W.................10-8 April 10 at Loyola (Md.) *.............. L..................11-9 April 19 UMass *............................ W.................12-8 April 26 at Rutgers *..................... W.................13-7 May 3 at Penn State *................ L......12-11 (OT) * ECAC Lacrosse League Game

2009 (7-7, 3-4 ECAC)

Coach: Dave Urick Final USILA Ranking: NR Feb. 21 at Maryland...................... W.............. 13-10 Feb. 28 at St. John’s *................... L..................10-9 March 7 Syracuse........................... L.................... 8-5 March 11 at Delaware..................... W.................12-6 March 14 at Hobart *........................ L..................15-8 March 21 at Duke.............................. L.................... 9-5 March 25 Harvard............................. W..........9-8 (OT) March 28 Navy................................... L..................10-8 March 31 at Mount St. Mary’s........ W.................12-4 April 4 Fairfield *.......................... W.................11-8 April 11 Loyola *.............................. L.....................8-7 April 18 at UMass *....................... W.................10-7 April 25 Rutgers *.......................... W.................15-7 May 2 Penn State *..................... L...12-11 (2OT) * ECAC Lacrosse League Game

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ALL-TIME COACHES AND CAPTAINS Year Coach 1963 Tom Daly 1964 Tom Daly 1965 Jeff Joseph 1966 Jeff Joseph 1967 Al Kirson 1968 Al Kirson 1969 Will Johnson

Captains Roger O’Neil, Peter Yaple Roger O’Neil, John Campbell Roger O’Neil, John Campbell John Campbell, Jeff Rettaliata Jeff Rettaliata Chris Drew, Ken Anderson, Charlie Blazek Charlie Blazek, Bill Guilfoyle

Record 1-4 4-4 2-6 3-5 1-8 6-2 8-5

NCAA DIVISION I

1970 Charles Goodell 1971 Jim Feely 1972 Jim Feely 1973 Jim Feely 1974 Gary Besosa 1975 Gary Besosa 1976 Greg Swanson 1977 Greg Swanson 1978 Greg Swanson 1979 Greg Swanson 1980 Greg Swanson 1981 Tom Oberdorfer 1982 Tom Oberdorfer 1983 Bill Gorrow 1984 Bill Gorrow 1985 Bill Gorrow 1986 Bill Gorrow 1987 Bill Gorrow

Roger Smith, Kip Altman 2-6 Kip Altman, Pat McArdle 1-7 Pat McArdle, Ed Cotter 1-6 Ed Cotter, Alex Haig 2-5 Alex Haig, Bob Giesen, Tom Hannan 2-8 Terry Barnich 0-8 Jeff Zalkin, Bob Hannan, John O’Connor 2-6 Bob McGoldrick, John O’Connor 0-7 Lee Albanese 0-9 George Lodge, Jim Vaughan, Jim Solomon, Steve Scheuerle, Tim Rice 2-7 George Lodge, Jim Vaughan 4-6 Kevin Murray, Nick Kirsch 4-7 Michael Farrell, Peter Farrell 3-12 Rob Dailey, Mike Donnelly 2-7 Mitch Chitwood, Michael Leahy, Andrew Brophy 4-9 Mitch Chitwood, Michael Leahy, Paul Murphy, Fran Irwin 2-11 Jon Gewirz, Fred Powers, Jim Woodhouse, Mike Mauboussin 1-13 Fred Powers, Bob Delaney 4-7

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2006 Captains – Reyn Garnett, Dave Paolisso & Pete Cannon Year Coach 1988 Bill Gorrow 1989 Bill Gorrow 1990 Dave Urick 1991 Dave Urick 1992 Dave Urick 1993 Dave Urick 1994 Dave Urick 1995 Dave Urick 1996 Dave Urick 1997 Dave Urick 1998 Dave Urick 1999 Dave Urick 2000 Dave Urick 2001 Dave Urick 2002 Dave Urick 2003 Dave Urick 2004 Dave Urick 2005 Dave Urick 2006 Dave Urick 2007 Dave Urick 2008 Dave Urick 2009 Dave Urick

Captains Record Bob Delaney, Brendan Owen 4-7 Dan Brereton, Sean Early, Jim Kenny, Larry Zimmerman 5-8 Jon Strum, Robert Winters, Jim Kenny 8-5 Dan O’Shea, Donald Devine, Jack Donahue 7-5 Dan Brennan, John Esposito, Tom Taylor 9-3 Will Buttarazzi, Mark LoBello, Doug Madden, Rich Michel 9-4 Doug Madden, Rich Michel, Glen Moore 10-3 Jay Kenny, Ed McCabe, Chris Remington 10-4 Dan Martin, Dan Wychulis 8-5 Dan Martin, Doug Meehan, Matt Rienzo 9-5* Matt Cassin, Steve Iorio, Dan Shea 10-5* Brian Hole, Greg McCavera, Scott Urick 13-3* Andy Flick, Greg Papa, Scott Urick 12-3* Rodger Colbert, Scott Doyle, Mike Henehan 11-3* Steve Dusseau, Mike Harney, Mike Kanach, Scott Schroeder 12-3* Mike Hammer, Kyle Sweeney, Trevor Walker 11-4* Andrew Braziel, Neal Goldman, Walid Hajj, Andrew Owen 11-4* Andy Corno, Rich D’Andrea, Brodie Merrill, Nick Miaritis 10-5* Pete Cannon, Reyn Garnett, Dave Paolisso 12-3* Dave Bauer, Trevor Casey Garrett Wilson 12-3* Miles Kass, Jerry Lambe 9-4 Matt McBride, Chris Taylor Jake Samperton, Chris Taylor 7-7

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AWARDS AND HONORS USILA All-americans USILA Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award (outstanding player) Steve Dusseau 2002 First Team Greg McCavera 1999 2001 Steve Dusseau Steve Dusseau 2002 2002 Kyle Sweeney Walid Hajj 2004 Brodie Merrill Brodie Merrill 2005 Jerry Lambe 2007 Second Team Greg McCavera 1998 Kyle Sweeney 2003 2004 Andy Corno Reyn Garnett 2006 Brendan Cannon 2007 Jerry Lambe Third Team Dan Martin 1997 Anderson Bell 1999 Scott Urick 2000 Greg Papa Mike Henehan Kyle Sweeney 2001 Scott Schroeder 2002 Pat Collins 2003 Andrew Braziel 2004 Pete Cannon 2006

Honorable Mention Ed McCabe 1993 1994 Kevin Noonan 1994 Chris Remington 1995 Ed McCabe 1995 Chris Remington 1995 Dan Martin Dan Martin 1996 1996 Dan Wychulis Greg McCavera 1997 1997 Matt Rienzo Greg Hubschmann 1997 1998 Greg Hubschmann Brian Hole 1999 Tyler Gamble Mike Henehan Greg Papa Scott Urick Steve Dusseau 2000 Andy Flick Rodger Colbert 2001 Scott Doyle Brant Gresham 2002 Trevor Walker Andy Corno 2003 Brant Gresham Walid Hajj Mike Hammer 2005 Pete Cannon Andy Corno Reyn Garnett Nick Miaritis 2006 Brendan Cannon Jerry Lambe Dave Paolisso Andrew Brancaccio 2007 Dan D’Agnes Miles Kass 2008 Brendan Cannon Barney Ehrmann 2009 Stevie Bauer

North-South All-Star Game 1972 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Pat McArdle Kevin Noonan Rich Michel Nate Sprong Jim Coale Ed McCabe Chris Remington Dan Wychulis Dan Martin Doug Meehan Matt Rienzo Matt Cassin Greg Hubschmann Greg McCavera Brian Hole Greg Papa Scott Urick

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Scott Doyle Tom Tamberrino Steve Dusseau Scott Schroeder Brant Gresham Trevor Walker Andrew Braziel Neal Goldman Walid Hajj Andy Corno Brodie Merrill Pete Cannon Trevor Casey Andrew Baird Jerry Lambe Jake Samperton

ECAC Awards First Team 2000 Rodger Colbert Steve Dusseau Andy Flick Mike Henehan Scott Urick 2001 Rodger Colbert Scott Doyle Steve Dusseau Mike Henehan Scott Schroeder Kyle Sweeney 2002 Steve Dusseau Brant Gresham Scott Schroeder Kyle Sweeney Trevor Walker 2003 Pat Collins Mike Hammer Kyle Sweeney 2004 Andrew Braziel Andy Corno Reyn Garnett Neal Goldman Walid Hajj Brodie Merrill Brodie Merrill 2005 Nick Miaritis Brendan Cannon 2006 Pete Cannon Reyn Garnett Brendan Cannon 2007 Jerry Lambe Andrew Brancaccio 2008 Brendan Cannon Barney Ehrmann Jerry Lambe Scott Kocis 2009 Second Team Greg Papa 2000 Brant Gresham 2001 Mike Hammer 2002 Walid Hajj 2003 Brant Gresham Jordan Vettoretti Trevor Walker

2004 2006 2007 2009

Pete Cannon Rich D’Andrea Sean Denihan Reyn Garnett Trevor Casey Jerry Lambe Dave Paolisso Andrew Brancaccio Stevie Bauer Craig Dowd Barney Ehrmann

Coach of the Year 2000 Dave Urick 2007 Dave Urick Offensive Player of the Year 2000 Andy Flick 2001 Steve Dusseau 2002 Steve Dusseau Walid Hajj 2004 Brendan Cannon 2007 Defensive Player of the Year Kyle Sweeney 2001 Kyle Sweeney 2002 2005 Brodie Merrill Jerry Lambe 2007 Jerry Lambe 2008 Rookie of the Year Kyle Sweeney 2000 Trevor Casey 2004 All-ECAC Academic Team Ben Hostetler 2008 Miles Kass Chris Taylor Dan Vinson Craig Dowd 2009 Ben Hostetler David Shriver Chris Taylor Dan Vinson

academic All-americans USILA Scholar All-Americans Doug Meehan 1997 Scott Urick 2000 Tom Tamberrino 2001 2002 Steve Dusseau Michael Kanach Pete Cannon 2006 2007 Garrett Wilson 2008 Miles Kass Matt McBride

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Dan Brennan – 1992 Third Team Steve Iorio – District II 1997 1998 Steve Iorio – First Team Steve Dusseau – 2001 District II Steve Dusseau – 2002 Second Team 2003 Brant Gresham – District II Chris Taylor – 2009 District II

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TEAM AND UNIVERSITY AWARDS Robert A. Duffey Scholar-Athlete Award 1973 Edward Cotter 1976 John Watson 1998 Steve Iorio 2002 Steve Dusseau William Corcoran Memorial Trophy (Team MVP) 1970 Roger Smith 1971 Pat McArdle 1972 Pat McArdle 1973 Ed Cotter 1974 Alex Haig 1975 Terry Barnich 1976 John Watson 1977 Robert Hannan 1978 Steve Scheuerle 1979 George Lodge Kevin Murray 1980 Jim Vaughan 1981 Peter Farrell 1982 Craig Scheuerle 1983 Paul Murphy 1984 Fred Powers 1985 Paul Murphy 1986 John McElroy 1987 Bob Delaney 1988 Jim Kenny 1989 Jim Kenny 1990 Jim Kenny 1991 Scott Russi 1992 Tom Taylor 1993 Ed McCabe 1994 Chris Remington 1995 Jim Coale 1996 Dan Martin Matt Rienzo 1997 Dan Martin Matt Rienzo 1998 Greg McCavera 1999 Greg McCavera Brian Hole 2000 Scott Urick 2001 Steve Dusseau 2002 Steve Dusseau Scott Schroeder 2003 Pat Collins 2004 Brodie Merrill 2005 Brodie Merrill 2006 Dave Paolisso 2007 Jerry Lambe 2008 Brendan Cannon Miles Kass 2009 Stevie Bauer

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Outstanding Offensive Player 1983 Paul Murphy 1984 Paul Murphy 1985 Mike Mauboussin 1986 Mike Mauboussin 1987 Mark Murphy 1988 Dan Brereton 1989 Larry Zimmerman 1990 Mark Murphy 1991 Dan Brennan 1992 Dan Brennan 1993 Chris Remington 1994 Kevin Noonan 1995 Chris Remington 1996 Dan Martin 1997 Greg McCavera Greg McCavera 1998 1999 Scott Urick 2000 Andy Flick 2001 Mike Henehan Scott Doyle 2002 Steve Dusseau 2003 Mike Hammer 2004 Neal Goldman Walid Hajj 2005 Pete Cannon Nick Miaritis 2006 Brendan Cannon 2007 Brendan Cannon 2008 Andrew Baird 2009 Scott Kocis

Jason “Prof” Decker Unsung Hero Award 1984 Mike Stafford Jon Gewirz Joe Earley 1985 Michael Shepard 1986 Fred Powers Jon Gewirz 1987 Fred Powers Rich Wheelock 1988 Larry Zimmerman 1989 Tim Evans 1990 Robert Winters 1991 Dave O’Connell 1992 Brad Oberwager 1993 Damon Vettori 1994 Jay Kenny 1995 Brian Neubert 1996 Doug Meehan 1997 Matt Cassin 1998 Greg Peters 1999 Tyler Gamble 2000 Art Price 2001 Dan Mooney 2002 Michael Kanach 2003 John Van Benschoten 2004 Andrew Owen Rich D’Andrea 2005 2006 Mike White 2007 Trevor Casey 2008 Dan Vinson 2009 Jake Samperton

Outstanding Defensive Player 1982 Michael Leahy 1983 Michael Leahy 1984 Mitch Chitwood 1985 The Defense 1986 Bob Delaney 1987 Doug Marttila 1988 Bob Delaney 1989 Sean Early 1990 John Esposito 1991 Steve Gillin 1992 Jim Coale 1993 Glen Moore 1994 Ed McCabe 1995 Ed McCabe 1996 Dan Wychulis 1997 Brian Hole 1998 Brian Hole Matt Cassin 1999 Greg Papa 2000 Greg Papa 2001 Rodger Colbert 2002 Kyle Sweeney 2003 Kyle Sweeney Brant Gresham 2004 Reyn Garnett 2005 Reyn Garnett Reyn Garnett 2006 Jerry Lambe 2007 Miles Kass 2008 Jerry Lambe Chris Taylor 2009

Outstanding Freshman Award 2005 Brendan Cannon 2006 Chris Taylor 2007 Andrew Brancaccio Barney Ehrmann 2008 Max Seligmann 2009 Zack Angel

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Most Improved Player 1982 Art Calcagnini Michael Quinland 1983 Mitch Chitwood 1984 Greg Little 1985 Mitch Chitwood 1986 Sean Early Dan Brereton 1987 1988 Sean Early 1989 Mike Lackey Terry Barr 1990 1991 Don Devine 1992 Brian Cullen Will Buttarazzi 1993 1994 Matt Moses 1995 Jim Fenzel 1996 Ryan Donovan 1997 Greg Hubschmann 1998 Matt Pappas Dan Kanach 1999 2000 Chris Tully 2002 Sean Cartin Michael Harney 2002 2003 Mike Chiara 2004 Andrew Braziel

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Mike White Rob Lemos Christiaan Trunz Todd Cochran Dan Vinson

Leo H. McCormick Service Award 1980 Pat McArdle 1981 Lee Albanese 1982 Richard Grey 1983 William Shapland 1984 John Hiron 1985 Bob Tutela Jeff Gephart 1986 Mike Mauboussin 1987 Peter Farrell 1988 Pat Flanigan 1989 Richard & June Brereton 1990 Jack Donahue 1991 Jim Kenny 1992 Mike Shepard 1993 Richard “Kip” Altman 1994 Joe & Pat Donovan 1995 Kara Frigon 1996 Stacey Slayback 1997 Michele Gaglione 1998 Ed & Betty Pappas 1999 Dennis & Elaina McCavera 2000 Kevin Wildes, S.J. 2001 Brendan Owen 2002 Brian McGuire 2003 Dan Gresham Denis Kanach 2004 2005 Lou & Joan Miaritis 2006 Stacey Slayback 2007 Jamie Breslin 2008 Barclay Kass 2009 Shelly Habel Coaches Award 1999 Kevin O’Brien 2001 Tom Tamberrino 2002 Brant Gresham Trevor Walker 2003 Doug Mueller Trevor Walker Andy Corno 2003 2004 Andy Corno Andy Corno 2005 Dave Paolisso Brice Queener Pete Cannon 2006 Rich D’Andrea 2007 Garrett Wilson 2008 Chris Early Clayton Hall Chris Taylor 2009 Todd Cochran


TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL AWARDS Individual Records Team Records

Goals Game – 10, Mark Murphy vs. Radford (3/3/90) Season – 53, Steve Dusseau (2002) Career – 144, Scott Urick (1997-00) Consecutive Games with 3 or more Goals – 4 ,Mark Murphy (1990) vs. Radford, Stony Brook, Yale, Bucknell

Most Wins in a Season 13 (1999)

Points

Most Consecutive Home Wins 17 (1999-01)

Most Consecutive Wins 9 (2002)

Game – 15, Mark Murphy vs. Radford ( 3/3/90) - 10 goals, 5 assists Season – 88, Greg McCavera (1999) - 46 goals, 42 assists Career – 236, Greg McCavera (1996-99) - 142 goals, 94 assists

Best Winning Percentage .813, 13-3 (1999)

Assists

Most Goals in a Game 31, vs. Canisius (1992)

Game – 7, Chris Remington vs. Villanova (4/10/93), Jim Nagle vs. Richmond (1982) Season – 42, Greg McCavera (1999) Career – 94, Greg McCavera (1996-99) Consecutive Games with 3 or more Assists – 3 Chris Remington (1990) vs. Air Force, Boston College, Villanova

Most Assists in a Game 22, vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (1985) Most Goals in a Season 235 (1999)

Goalie Saves Season – 338, Mitch Chitwood (1984) Career – 790, Mitch Chitwood (1982-85)

Most Assists in a Season 145 (1999)

Fewest Goals Allowed

Fewest Goals Allowed-Season 96 (1992)

Season – 69, Jim Coale (1992) Lowest Goals Against Average – 6.3, Jim Coale (1992), 69 goals, 11 games

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SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Points (since 1980) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19. 23.

Greg McCavera (1999)..................................88 Andy Flick (2000).............................................71 Greg McCavera (1998)..................................70 Steve Dusseau (2002)....................................69 Scott Urick (1999)...........................................65 Mark Murphy (1990)........................................62 Chris Remington (1995).................................61 Paul Murphy (1983).........................................58 Chris Remington (1993).................................56 Scott Urick (2000)............................................54 Andy Flick (1999).............................................54 Chris Remington (1994).................................52 Jim Nagle (1983)..............................................51 Steve Dusseau (2001)....................................50 Peter Velepec (2000)......................................47 Brendan Cannon (2006).................................46 Paul Murphy (1984).........................................46 Greg McCavera (1997)...................................45 Jim Nagle (1982)..............................................44 Neal Goldman (2002)......................................44 Brendan Cannon (2007).................................44 Brendan Cannon (2008).................................44 Dan Martin (1997)............................................43 Paul Murphy (1985).........................................43 Mike Hammer (2002).......................................43

Goals (since 1970) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 12. 14. 15. 19.

Steve Dusseau (2002)....................................53 Scott Urick (1999)...........................................47 Greg McCavera (1999)..................................46 Scott Urick (2000)............................................45 Mark Murphy (1990)........................................44 Greg McCavera (1998) .................................41 Andy Flick (2000).............................................39 Chris Remington (1995).................................39 Steve Dusseau (2001)....................................38 Chris Remington (1994).................................36 Andy Flick (1999).............................................36 Andy Flick (1998).............................................34 Paul Murphy (1983).........................................34 Greg McCavera (1997)...................................33 Scott Urick (1998)...........................................31 Chris Remington (1993).................................31 Mike Mauboussin (1985)................................31 Jim Nagle (1983)..............................................31 Greg Hubschmann (1997).............................30 Scott Doyle (2001)..........................................30

Assists (since 1980) 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10 11. 14. 16.

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Greg McCavera (1999)..................................42 Brendan Cannon (2006).................................32 Andy Flick (2000).............................................32 Greg McCavera (1998)..................................29 Neal Goldman (2002)......................................28 Dan Martin (1997)............................................27 Mike Hammer (2003).......................................25 Chris Remington (1993).................................25 Jim Nagle (1982)..............................................25 Paul Murphy (1983).........................................24 Paul Murphy (1984).........................................23 Brendan Cannon (2007).................................23 Craig Dowd (2008).................................... 23 Craig Dowd (2009).................................... 22 Chris Remington (1995).................................22 Peter Velepec (2000)......................................21

18. 22.

Brendan Cannon (2008).................................21 Neal Goldman (2004)......................................20 Paul Murphy (1985).........................................20 Jim Nagle (1983)..............................................20 Paul Murphy (1982).........................................20 Mike Hammer (2001).......................................18 Scott Urick (1999)...........................................18 Andy Flick (1999).............................................18 Mark Murphy (1990)........................................18

Face-off wins (since 1990) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Andy Corno (2004)....................................... 186 Andy Corno (2003)....................................... 181 Andy Corno (2005)....................................... 162 Christiaan Trunz (2007)................................ 153 Christiaan Trunz (2006)................................ 143 Don Devine (1991)........................................ 128 Mike Kanach (2000)...................................... 121 Matt Pappas (1998)...................................... 114 Sean Cartin (2001)....................................... 105 Matt Pappas (1997)...................................... 104 Matt Pappas (1996)...................................... 103 Mike Kanach (2002).........................................96 Andy Corno (2002)..........................................95 Damon Vettori (1993)......................................92 Dan Vinson (2009)...........................................87 Steve Iorio (1995)............................................87

Face-off attempts (since 1990) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17.

Andy Corno (2003)........................................277 Christiaan Trunz (2007).................................276 Andy Corno (2004)........................................273 Christiaan Trunz (2006)................................ 266 Andy Corno (2005)....................................... 256 Don Devine (1991)........................................ 240 Mike Kanach (2000)...................................... 233 Sean Cartin (2001)....................................... 202 Matt Pappas (1998)...................................... 196 Mike Kanach (2002)...................................... 189 Matt Pappas (1996)...................................... 175 Matt Pappas (1997).......................................174 Dan Vinson (2008)........................................ 161 Andy Corno (2002)....................................... 159 Steve Iorio (1995)......................................... 159 Dan Vinson (2009)........................................ 156 Damon Vettori (1992)................................... 155

Face-off pCT.

(since 1990, minimum 45 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Dean Caselnova (1994).............................. .686 Andy Corno (2004)...................................... .681 Andy Corno (2003)....................................... 653 Scott Baughman (1996)............................. .653 Damon Vettori (1993).................................. .643 Andy Corno (2005)...................................... .633 Steve Iorio (1997)......................................... .609 Matt Pappas (1997)..................................... .598 Andy Corno (2002)....................................... 597 Matt Pappas (1998)..................................... .582 Steve Iorio (1998)........................................ .580 B.J. Thompson (1993)...................................577

Ground balls (since 1990) 1. 2.

Andy Corno (2004)....................................... 105 Brodie Merrill (2005).................................... 104

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Scott Urick (1999)...........................................97 Brodie Merrill (2004).......................................90 Andy Corno (2005)..........................................86 Andy Corno (2003)..........................................83 Kyle Sweeney (2002)......................................75 Don Devine (1991)...........................................72 Damon Vettori (1994)......................................69 Andy Corno (2002)..........................................67 Miles Kass (2007).............................................66 Reyn Garnett (2006).......................................65 Scott Urick (2000)............................................65 Mike Kanach (2002).........................................64 Mike Kanach (2000).........................................63 Tom Taylor (1992).............................................62 Christiaan Trunz (2007)...................................62 Barney Ehrmann (2009)........................... 61 Kyle Sweeney (2001)......................................61 Kyle Sweeney (2000)......................................61 Matt Pappas (1996).........................................61 Steve Iorio (1995)............................................59 Brian Hole (1999)............................................58 Scott Schroeder (2001)..................................56 Greg Papa (1999)............................................56 Matt Pappas (1998).........................................56

Saves (since 1980) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 14.

Mitch Chitwood (1984)................................ 338 Mitch Chitwood (1985)................................ 236 Ed Carroll (1987)........................................... 229 Mitch Chitwood (1983)................................ 216 Brian Hole (1999)......................................... 211 Jim Kenny (1988)........................................... 204 Brian Hole (1998)......................................... 191 Jim Kenny (1989)........................................... 190 Brian Hole (1997).......................................... 186 Scott Schroeder (2000)................................178 Jim Coale (1995)............................................177 Jim Kenny (1986)............................................174 Scott Schroeder (2002)................................174 Scott Russi (1991)........................................ 162

Save Percentage (since 1980) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Mitch Chitwood (1984).................................740 Scott Russi (1994)....................................... .722 Ed Carroll (1987)............................................676 Jim Kenny (1988).......................................... .671 Jim Kenny (1989).......................................... .644 Jim Coale (1992).......................................... .633 Mitch Chitwood (1985)............................... .632 Jim Coale (1995).......................................... .628 Scott Russi (1993)....................................... .612 Brian Hole (1999)........................................ .606 Brian Hole (1997)......................................... .604 Brian Hole (1998)........................................ .603


CAREER RECORDS Points

(since 1970) 1. Greg McCavera (1996-99)......................... 236 2. Chris Remington (1992-95)...................... 189 3. Paul Murphy (1982-85)................................ 188 4. Andy Flick (1997-00).................................... 187 5. Scott Urick (1997-00).................................. 180 6. Steve Dusseau (1999-02)............................170 7. Brendan Cannon (2005-08)....................... 157 8. Jim Nagle (1981-84)..................................... 145 9. Mike Mauboussin (1983-86)...................... 140 10. Dan Martin (1994-97)................................... 136 11. Neal Goldman (2001-04)............................ 135 12. Mike Hammer (2000-03)............................. 130 Joe Callahan (1991-94).............................. 130 14. Mark Murphy (1987-90)............................... 116 15. Kevin Noonan (1991-94)............................. 111 Mike Henehan (1998-01)............................ 111 17. Dan Brennan (1989-92).............................. 105 18. Rich Michel (1991-94)................................... 97 Nathan Sprong (1991-94)............................ 97

Goals

(since 1970) 1. Scott Urick (1997-00).................................. 144 2. Greg McCavera (1996-99)......................... 142 3. Steve Dusseau (1999-02)........................... 130 4. Andy Flick (1997-00).................................... 122 5. Chris Remington (1992-95)........................ 117 6. Mike Mauboussin (1983-86)...................... 103 7. Paul Murphy (1982-85)................................ 101 8. Joe Callahan (1991-94)................................. 84 9. Mark Murphy (1987-90)................................. 78 Dan Martin (1994-97)..................................... 78 11. Jim Nagle (1981-84)....................................... 77 12. Brendan Cannon (2005-08)..........................73 13. Kevin Noonan (1991-94)............................... 72 14. Neal Goldman (2001-04)...............................70 15. Andrew Baird (2005-08)................................69 Larry Dailey (1971-74).................................... 69 17. Dan Brennan (1989-92)................................ 66

Assists

(since 1980) 1. Greg McCavera (1996-99)............................94 2. Paul Murphy (1982-85)...................................87 3. Brendan Cannon (2005-)...............................84 4. Mike Hammer (2000-03)................................72 Chris Remington (1992-95)...........................72 6. Jim Nagle (1981-84)........................................68 Neal Goldman (2001-04)...............................65 7. Andy Flick (1997-00).......................................65 9. Dan Martin (1994-97)......................................58 10. Mike Henehan (1998-01)...............................54 11. Craig Dowd (2007-pres.).......................... 53 12. Joe Callahan (1991-94)..................................46 13. Nathan Sprong (1991-94).............................42 14. Steve Dusseau (1999-02)..............................40 15. Kevin Noonan (1991-94)................................39 Dan Brennan (1989-92).................................39 17. Rich Michel (1991-94)....................................38 Mark Murphy (1987-90)..................................38 19. Mike Mauboussin (1983-86).........................37

Points per game

(since 1970) 1. Greg McCavera (1996-99)........................ 4.07 2. Chris Remington (1992-95)....................... 3.71 3. Paul Murphy (1982-85)............................... 3.42

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Andy Flick (1997-00)................................... 3.12 Scott Urick (1997-00)................................. 3.00 Steve Dusseau (1999-02).......................... 2.98 Mark Murphy (1987-90).............................. 2.97 Brendan Cannon (2005-)........................... 2.96 Pat McArdle (1970-72)................................ 2.77 Jim Nagle (1981-84).....................................2.74 Larry Dailey (1971-74)................................. 2.63 Joe Callahan (1991-94).............................. 2.60 Mike Mauboussin (1983-86)..................... 2.59 Dan Martin (1994-97).................................. 2.51 Bob Giesen (1971-74)................................ 2.38 George Lodge (1977-80)........................... 2.38

Goals per game

(since 1970) 1. Greg McCavera (1996-99)........................ 2.45 2. Scott Urick (1997-00)................................. 2.40 3. Chris Remington (1992-95)....................... 2.29 4. Steve Dusseau (1999-02).......................... 2.28 5. Larry Dailey (1971-74)................................ 2.16 6. Andy Flick (1997-00)................................... 2.03 Mark Murphy (1987-90)............................. 2.00 7. 8. Mike Mauboussin (1983-86).................... 1.91 9. Paul Murphy (1982-85).............................. 1.84 10. Bob Giesen (1971-74)............................... 1.75 11. George Lodge (1977-80).......................... 1.71 12. Joe Callahan (1991-94)............................. 1.68 13. Michael Farrell (1979-82).......................... 1.66 14. Pat McArdle (1970-72)............................... 1.59

Face-off wins

(since 1990) 1. Andy Corno (2002-05)................................. 624 2. Matt Pappas (1995-98)............................... 358 3. Christiaan Trunz (2004-07)......................... 329 4. Mike Kanach (1999-02)............................... 315 5. Damon Vettori (1991-94)............................ 282 6. Steve Iorio (1995-98)................................... 281 7. Don Devine (1990-91)................................214* 8. Dan Vinson (2007-09)...................................170 9. Scott Baughman (1996-99)....................... 149 10. Ryan Perraut (1998-01)............................... 143

ace-off attempts

Ground balls

(since 1990) 1. Andy Corno (2002-05)................................. 341 2. Brodie Merrill (2002-05).............................. 250 3. Kyle Sweeney (2000-03)............................. 229 4. Scott Urick (1997-00).................................. 224 5. Steve Iorio (1995-98)................................... 215 6. Mike Kanach (1999-02)............................... 191 7. Matt Pappas (1995-98)............................... 186 8. Dan Martin (1994-97)....................................173 9. Damon Vettori (1991-94)............................ 169 10. Rodger Colbert (1998-01).......................... 168 11. Jay Kenny (1992-95)..................................... 163 Chris Remington (1992-95)........................ 163 13. Kevin Noonan (1991-94)............................. 160 14. Barney Ehrmann (2007-pres.).............. 159 15. Reyn Garnett (2003-06).............................. 157 16. Tom Taylor (1990-92)..................................156* 17. Greg McCavera (1996-99)......................... 155 18. Brian Hole (1996-99)................................... 140 19. Jim Coale (1992-95)..................................... 139 20. Miles Kass (2005-08)................................... 136 *does not include statistics from 1989

Saves

(since 1980) 1. Mitch Chitwood (1982-85)......................... 790 2. Jim Kenny (1986-90).................................... 722 3. Brian Hole (1996-99)................................... 667 4. Jim Coale (1992-95)..................................... 536 5. Scott Schroeder (1999-02)........................ 510 6. Rich D’Andrea (2002-06)............................ 410 7. Miles Kass (2005-08)....................................379 8. Ed Carroll (1986-88).................................... 333 9. Scott Russi (1991-94)................................. 295

Save percentage

(since 1980) 1. Ed Carroll (1986-88)................................... .642 2. Mitch Chitwood (1982-85)........................ .630 3. Jim Kenny (1986-90)................................... .621 4. Brian Hole (1996-99).................................. .592 5. Scott Russi (1991-94)................................ .590 6. Jim Coale (1992-95).................................... .581 7. Scott Schroeder (1999-02)........................ 564

(since 1990) 1. Andy Corno (2002-05)................................. 965 2. Matt Pappas (1995-98)............................... 623 3. Mike Kanach (1999-02)............................... 615 4. Christiaan Trunz (2004-07)......................... 602 5. Damon Vettori (1991-94)............................ 505 6. Steve Iorio (1995-98)................................... 495 7. Don Devine (1990-91)................................407* 8. Dan Vinson (2007-09).................................. 307 9. Ryan Perraut (1998-01)............................... 284 10. Scott Baughman (1996-99)....................... 256 *does not include statistics from 1989

Face-off pCT.

(since 1990, minimum 50 attempts) 1. Andy Corno (2002-05)................................. 641 2. Scott Baughman (1996-99)...................... .582 3. Matt Pappas (1995-98).............................. .575 4. Dean Caselnova (1994-95)....................... .569 5. Steve Iorio (1995-98).................................. .568 6. Damon Vettori (1991-94)........................... .558 7. Dan Vinson (2007-09)................................. .554 8. Christiaan Trunz (2004-07)........................ .547

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BIG EAST CONFERENCE

With 30 years under its belt, The BIG EAST Conference continues on a path of success in and out of the athletic arena. The goals have always been the same. The league wants and expects to compete at the highest level and does so with integrity and sportsmanship. The commendable performances of the student-athletes at BIG EAST schools are the indicators of the league’s proud tradition of success. The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since its birth, but the 2009-10 academic year will mark the conference’s fifth straight with the same 16-member group, the nation’s largest Division I-A conference. In 2008-09, BIG EAST student-athletes again succeeded on the national stage. The Connecticut women’s basketball team won its sixth national championship by defeating conference foe Louisville in an all-BIG EAST NCAA title game. The Notre Dame women’s soccer team reached the NCAA championship game and the Syracuse field hockey squad advanced to the NCAA Final Four. Three BIG EAST women’s cross country teams finished in the top 10 at the NCAA Championships. West Virginia was fourth followed by Villanova in sixth place and Georgetown in ninth. Individually in women’s sports, Providence’s Danette Doetzel won the 10,000 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Connecticut’s Maya Moore was the conference’s sixth winner of the Wade Trophy as the top player in women’s basketball. Notre Dame’s Kerri Hanks won the Hermann Trophy, the top award in women’s soccer. On the men’s side, Connecticut and Villanova advanced to the Final Four in basketball. The 200809 campaign was arguably the best men’s basketball season in the history of the BIG EAST with the league setting NCAA standards with three No. 1 tournament seeds, four teams in the round of the Elite Eight and five in the Sweet 16. The St. John’s men’s soccer team reached the NCAA College Cup before losing in the national semifinals. BIG EAST football has maintained its high profile and its reputation as a balanced group. Seven of the league’s eight squads were nationally ranked or received votes in the national polls in 2008. Cincinnati was the league champion. The BIG EAST, a charter member of the Bowl Championship Series, has won three of its last four BCS bowl games. West Virginia, Louisville and Connecticut also have won or

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shared league crowns over the past four seasons. The BIG EAST has continued to produce studentathletes who were at the forefront of athletic and academic achievement. In 2008-09, 19 BIG EAST players were chosen to their respective ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Teams, including eight first-team selections. Nearly 400 studentathletes have earned academic all-America honors. The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing. The new schools were: University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. BIG EAST institutions reside in nine of the nation’s top 34 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Milwaukee and Cincinnati. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain almost one fourth of all television households in the U.S. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 26 national championships in six different sports and 126 student-athletes have won individual national titles. The BIG EAST has enjoyed tremendous basketball success, especially in this decade. In 2008-09, the BIG EAST produced four of the eight Final Four teams in men’s and women’s basketball. It was only the second time in NCAA history that one conference placed that many Final Four teams in the same season. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles in the same season. In ’02-03, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their respective national championships. In men’s basketball, BIG EAST squads have won three of the last 11 NCAA championships. BIG EAST women’s teams have taken six of the last 10 NCAA titles. Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. In 2009-10, the BIG EAST will add men’s lacrosse to its growing list of sports, which will increase its total to 24 sport championships. The first women’s

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golf championship was held in the spring of 2003. Women’s lacrosse and rowing were added in 2001. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College completed the original seven school alliance. While the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. Its student athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics. Any successful organization has been fortunate to have outstanding leadership. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to Dave Gavitt, became Commissioner in 1990. In his first year, he administered the formation of The BIG EAST Football Conference. For 2009-10, the BIG EAST will undergo one significant change. Tranghese stepped down from his position on June 30, 2009. John Marinatto, who has served as senior associate commissioner, has moved into the Commissioner’s chair. The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student athletes. The conference has enjoyed long-standing relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past six years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. More than 550 BIG EAST student-athletes have earned all America recognition and dozens have won individual NCAA national championships. The BIG EAST has been well represented in U.S. or foreign national and Olympic teams. Several athletes earned gold medals in each of the last six summer Olympiads. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 athletes.


DAVE URICK TOP GUN CAMP / COMPLIANCE

Dave Urick’s Georgetown University

TOP GUN

Lacrosse Camp 2010 June 15 - June 18

Camp Sessions – Day Camp Ages 9-17 June 15 - June 18 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Georgetown University Director Dave Urick – Head Coach, Georgetown University Men’s Lacrosse

For more information, visit GUHoyas.com or call (202) 687-2460 or (202) 687-5415

COMPLIANCE The Athletics Compliance Office coordinates the athletics compliance efforts of Georgetown University and acts as a resource and solution center concerning NCAA regulations and compliance issues. The primary functions of the Athletics Compliance Office are to coordinate, administer, monitor and verify the accurate and timely completion of NCAArequired procedures and to assist in maintaining institutional compliance with all NCAA, Conference and University rules. In addition, the Athletics Compliance Office provides educational programming and interpretive support to ensure that all individuals involved with the athletics program fully understand the University’s compliance expectations. The following general information is provided by the Georgetown University Athletics Compliance Offi ce for supporters and friends of Georgetown Athletics as well as prospective student-athletes who may be recruited by Georgetown University. KEY DEFINITIONS Prospective Student-Athlete: A prospective student-athlete (“prospect”) is a student who has started classes for the ninth grade, regardless whether he or she participates in athletics. A prospective student-athlete maintains his or her identity as a prospect, even after he or she signs a National Letter of Intent or fi nancial aid agreement, until he or she attends the fi

rst day of classes of a regular term or participates in an offi cial team practice, whichever is earlier. Representative of Athletics Interests: A representative of the institution’s athletics interests (a.k.a. Booster) is an individual who: • has ever made a financial contribution to the athletic department or any organization that promotes Georgetown’s athletics (e.g., HOYAS UNLIMITED). • is a member of an organization that promotes a HOYA athletic team. • has or is involved in promoting Georgetown’s athletics program in any way. • has been otherwise in promoting the institution’s athletics program. Once an individual is identified as a representative, the person retains that identity forever. WHO IS PERMITTED TO RECRUIT FOR GEORGETOWN? Only Georgetown University coaches who have successfully completed the NCAA Recruiting Rules Examination on an annual basis may be involved in the recruitment process. Boosters may not make any recruiting contacts. This includes letters, telephone calls or face-to-face contact on or off campus with a prospect or the prospect’s parents. Representatives of Georgetown’s Athletics

Interest MAY: • Offer summer employment to prospective studentathletes who have signed a National Letter of Intent and to enrolled student-athletes, after contacting the Athletics Compliance Office. • Support Georgetown’s athletics program by attending HOYA athletics contests and by making fi nancial contributions to Georgetown athletics. Representatives of Georgetown’s Athletics Interest MAY NOT: • Be involved in the recruitment of prospective studentathletes in any way. • Provide extra benefi ts (i.e., discounts, gifts, transportation) to prospective student-athletes, enrolled studentathletes or their parents, legal guardian(s), relatives or friends; and • Provide any financial assistance to prospective studentathletes, enrolled student-athletes or their parents, legal guardian(s), relatives or friends. For more information, please contact the Georgetown University Athletics Compliance Office at (202) 687-6573 or (202) 687-8262.

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2010 LACROSSE PATRONS / CREASE CLUB 2010 lacrosse patrons Andy and Lynn Angel

Sally and David McGroarty

Bob and Carol Bicknese

Norma and Rich Mirabito

Pamela and Michael Brancaccio

Sue and Jon McKinney

Bob and Tracy Boyle

Paul and Sally Morris

The Caputo Family

Dan and Denise Murray

The Casey Family

The Reinhardt Family

Tim and Robin Donahue

Bob and Jasmine Shriver

Patricia and Benjamin Dowd

The Shuler Family

The Heitz Family

Lindsay & Rick Stafford

Bowen and Donna Knarr

The Watkinson Family

Joan and Chuck Lohrfink

Gene Winter and Nancy Close

Harriette and Frank McDonough

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Join The Crease Club

The Hoya Crease Club is an organization of alumni, parents, and friends of Georgetown Men’s Lacrosse whose primary purpose is to promote a heightened awareness of and an active interest in the Georgetown University men’s lacrosse program. Members have been actively involved in raising funds to supplement the budget and provide opportunities to the lacrosse program through annual, current-use donations. In the 2008-09 school year, the Crease Club raised $121,728 from 215 donors. In addition, members receive newsletters and invitations to club events each year. The Crease Club is completely volunteer driven and is led by Club Co-Presidents Greg McCavera (C’99) and Mike Shuler (C’04). If you are interested in helping the men’s lacrosse program through the Crease Club, please contact Hoyas Unlimited at 202-6877159 or e-mail hoyasunlimited@georgetown.edu.


WASHINGTON, D.C. Washington wears its history on its face. Historic settings abound. Major landmarks and national treasures are centralized and located minutes away from each other. Beyond its historical and national significance, much of Washington’s mystique can be attributed to its diverse cultural offerings. Enjoy opera, Broadway, dance, music concerts and other productions by visiting the Kennedy Center, National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institute and multiple other venues. In addition to history and culture, visitors and native Washingtonians alike can enjoy professional sports. Home to the Washington Redskins, Nationals, Wizards, Mystics, Capitals and D.C. United, there is no lack of professional sporting opportunities within the District. Nestled within two hours of the Atlantic Ocean beaches in Delaware and Maryland, D.C. is also an easy drive to the major metropolitan cities of Philadelphia, New York and Baltimore.


Feb. 27 Maryland^ 2 p.m. March 3 Harvard& 3:30 p.m. March 6 St. John’s* 1 p.m. March 13 at Syracuse*^ 2 p.m. March 17 Delaware& 7 p.m. March 21 at Providence* Noon March 27 Duke^ noon

home games in BOLD CAPS played at Multi-Sport Field unless otherwise noted * BIG EAST Conference game • % Rentschler Field; East Hartford, Conn. ^ ESPNU • & MASN • # Verizon FiOS • § CBSC NCAA First Round; May 15-16; campus sites NCAA Quarterfinals; May 22; Princeton Stadium; Princeton, N.J. NCAA Quarterfinals; May 23; Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium; Stony Brook, N.Y. NCAA Semifinals; May 29; M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, Md. NCAA Finals; May 31; M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, Md.

April 2

at Navy§

7 p.m. # April 7 Mount St. Mary’s 7 p.m. April 11 Notre Dame*^ noon April 17 at Loyola (Md.)^ Noon April 24 Massachusetts^% 1:30 p.m. May 1 Rutgers*# 6 p.m. May 8 at Villanova* 7 p.m.


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