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St. John Fisher College

ST. JOHN FISHER COLLEGE

FINANCIAL AID

St. John Fisher College is an independent, liberal arts institution in the Catholic tradition of American higher education. The College emphasizes liberal learning for students in traditional academic disciplines, as well as for those in more directly career-oriented fields. The College welcomes qualified students, faculty, and staff regardless of religious or cultural background.

It is the philosophy of St. John Fisher College to admit fully qualified students who can profit from the educational experience the College offers. The financial aid programs at Fisher have been developed to help such students finance their education. Financial assistance comes from a variety of sources, including need-based and merit-based scholarships, grants, loans, and part-time employment. Nearly all financial aid programs require applicants to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which analyzes financial need and allows the College to extend comprehensive financial assistance. Prospective students are encouraged to submit the FAFSA, which can be obtained from the St. John Fisher College Financial Aid Office, by February 15, 2010, for fall 2010 admission.

The campus is situated on 154 park-like acres—a beautiful setting for 24 modern buildings and a warm, friendly campus community of 2,600 full-time undergraduates. The College offers 31 academic majors in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, business, and nursing, as well as 10 pre-professional programs. Fisher also offers 11 master’s programs and three doctoral programs.

DIRECTIONS TO FISHER

ADMISSIONS PROCESS

St. John Fisher College is six miles southeast of the city of Rochester, New York, in the suburb of Pittsford.

Admission to St. John Fisher College is based primarily on the following: high school record; scores on standardized tests (SAT/ACT); extracurricular activities and/or work experience; and the high school’s evaluation of the candidate. Interviews are also considered and strongly encouraged.

From the East: Take Route 90 (NYS Thruway) to Exit 45. Take Interstate 490 West to Exit 25. Turn left onto Fairport Road (31F). Proceed West to the main entrance of St. John Fisher College.

A candidate for admission to the freshman class must be a graduate of an approved secondary school and present a minimum of 16 units of college preparatory coursework in English, foreign languages, mathematics, and natural and social sciences. An applicant should present a secondary school average of 85 percent or above in these academic subjects.

From the West: Take Route 90 (NYS Thruway) to Exit 46. Take Interstate 390 North, to Interstate 590 North, to Interstate 490 East, to Exit 25. Turn left onto Fairport Road (31F). Proceed West to the main entrance of St. John Fisher College. From the South: Take Route 17 to Interstate 390 North, to Interstate 590 North, to Interstate 490 East, to Exit 25. Turn left onto Fairport Road (31F). Proceed West to the main entrance of St. John Fisher College.

Fisher welcomes qualified transfer students from two- and four-year colleges for both the fall and spring terms. To be considered for admission, transfer students must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better. If the student has obtained an A.A., A.S., or A.A.S. degree, 60 to 66 credit hours are transferred. All transfer applicants should consult the Undergraduate Bulletin for details.

By Bus: Take RTS (Regional Transit Service) Bus #17 to Kearney Hall at St. John Fisher College or RTS Bus #21 to the Park & Ride at Interstate 490 and Route 31F. For a copy of the bus schedule, log onto www.rgrta.org.

Main Entrance: The main entrance of the College is one-half mile from Inter-

For further information, contact the Office of Freshman Admissions, St. John Fisher College, 3690 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14618, or call (585) 385-8064 or toll-free (800) 444-4640.

state 490, at the traffic light where Route 31F (Fairport Road) meets Route 96 (East Avenue).

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Letter From the Athletic Director and Schedule LETTER FROM THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR St. John Fisher College is a vibrant, forward-looking institution with great vision. And after 23 years in athletics at Fisher, I’ve seen many positive changes—from an expansion of athletic facilities and academic programs to an increase in student involvement in campus life. For starters, Fisher has the infrastructure in place for any student-athlete to have an excellent academic as well as athletic experience. We’re a member of the NCAA Division III, but we also participate in the Empire 8 Conference, which consists of Fisher, Elmira, Ithaca, Rochester Institute of Technology, Alfred, Stevens Tech, Nazareth, Hartwick and Utica. This association fits us very well, not only because these schools are relatively close geographically, but because they share the same competitive spirit. At Fisher, we believe in linking our athletic department to the total campus community. In fact, this campus-wide involvement on the part of our student-athletes has actually been proven to lead to success in the college environment. We want smart student-athletes. Knowledge is the cornerstone of any college career. And the 500 Fisher students who participate in athletics in any given year have an overall grade point average greater than 3.0. Many have even received significant academic awards. Put simply, our student-athletes are truly students. We also want to develop skilled athletes. Our coaching staff is highly trained in all aspects of developing performance character. We seek out, teach, implement, and obtain feedback on all the latest skill-development components available to coaches today. 2010 Men’s Lacrosse Schedule Date

Day

Opponent

Time

3/1/2011

Tues.

Randolph-Macon College%

3 p.m.

3/3/2011

Thurs.

Adrian College%

11 a.m.

3/8/2011

TUES.

SUNY OSWEGO

4 P.M.

3/12/2011

Sat.

Clarkson University

2 p.m.

3/15/2011

TUES.

SUNY BROCKPORT

4 P.M.

3/19/2011

Sat.

SUNY Oneonta

2 p.m.

3/21/2011

MON.

SUNY GENESEO

4 P.M.

3/30/2011

Wed.

Ithaca College*

4 p.m.

4/2/2011

SAT.

HARTWICK COLLEGE*

1 P.M.

4/6/2011

Wed.

University of Scranton

4 p.m.

4/9/2011

Sat.

Stevens Institute of Technology*

3 p.m.

4/13/2011

Wed.

Rochester Institute of Technology*

4 p.m.

4/20/2011

WED.

NAZARETH COLLEGE*

7 P.M.

4/23/2011

SAT.

ALFRED UNIVERSITY*

1 P.M.

4/30/2011

Sat.

Utica College*

1 p.m.

5/3/2011

TUES.

ELMIRA COLLEGE*

4 P.M.

* Denotes Empire 8 Conference game. Home games are in Bold Red. % Denotes games played in Virginia & Maryland

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Finally, what we really feel differentiates our program from others is the tremendous importance we place on instruction of moral character. Teddy Roosevelt once said, “To educate a person in mind and not in morals is to educate a menace to society.” And so, we continually reinforce the link among morality, ethical behavior, and academic success. We believe it’s our responsibility to educate moral, smart, skilled, and involved studentathletes—not only because educating the whole person is what puts us in the top tier of excellence compared to other athletic programs, but because it’s what helps teach students how to make a real contribution to society. Bob Ward Athletic Director St. John Fisher College


2011 Fisher Men’s Lacrosse Preview The St. John Fisher College men’s lacrosse program has emerged as a national contender over the last 10 years and looks to continue its success in 2011.

“We need to keep Erich healthy this year,” Johnson says. “He had some big shoes to fill last year and rose to the occasion and did an outstanding job.”

Fisher, who began playing as an NCAA Division III program back in 2002, enjoyed its first winning season in 2006 under first-year head coach John C. Johnson. In 2007, the Cardinals went 10-7 and in 2008, Fisher broke the Collegerecord for wins in a season yet again, going 11-5. The 2009 season was another banner year, as the Cardinals posted a 15-3 overall record and advanced to the title game of the Empire 8 Conference Championship.

If Rassow can get Fisher the ball, its midfield and attack should be able to find the back of the net. Junior All-American Kyle Denhoff returns after recording 58 points on 46 goals and 12 assists. Denhoff will be joined by fellow sniper Ryan Schmidt, who tallied 42 goals and 12 assists last spring. “Kyle and Ryan played extremely well last year and we’re counting on them to lead us again this spring.”

Last season, Fisher jumped out to a 12-0 record, won the Empire 8 Conference regular-season title and set the College record for wins in a season for the sixth straight year, finishing with a 16-2 overall record.

Senior Eric Klein will also see time at midfield, as will returner Ethan Acey. Transfer Mike Byrnes, who registered 13 goals and nine assists over the last two years at LeMoyne College, will see time right away, as will MCC transfers Tyler Kleehammer and Nick Mooney, and first-year players Mike Utz and Greg Ramsden.

“When I started here, we knew this was going to building process, so it’s been important that we get better and better each and every year,” says Johnson, who won 357 games over 26 years at Canandaigua Academy. “We’ve taken a step forward each and every year and in my mind, the next step for our program to take is to win the Empire 8 Conference and go to NCAA’s.”

At attack the Cardinals graduated Dave Malone and Chris Schmidt, who combined for an amazing 411 points over the last four seasons, but several scorers still return. Juniors Mitch Ritchie and Connor Henderson, who combined for 59 points last spring, are back, as are Zach Fayette (four goals) and Kory Smart (seven goals, four assists).

Fisher has the players it needs to take the next step. The Cardinals return three of its top four scorers from the Empire 8’s No. 1 rated offense, one of the nation’s top faceoff specialists, and all three starting defensemen from the Empire 8’s No. 1 ranked defense. Fisher has also brought in a very talented freshman class, as well as a handful of transfers that will bolster an already potent program.

Freshman Jeff Wester, who totaled 172 goals and had 202 assists in four varsity seasons at Livonia, along with MCCtransfer Ryan Leonard, will also be a big factor at attack. “Obviously when you lose players like Dave Malone and Chris Schmidt, you’re going to be a little concerned about offensive production, but I think we will be OK,” Johnson says.

“I think one of biggest strengths going into this year is our depth and experience,” Johnson says. “We’re going to play probably around 30 or so players each game and there’s not a big drop-off in the level of play between our first and third lines.”

The defense should not be an area of concern for Johnson. Fisher returns its top three defenders from last year – Andrew Knoblauch, Alexander Bopp and Mitch Bailey – who combined to start in 51 of a possible 54 games. Freshman Gregory Bell will also look to work his way into the defensive rotation.

For Fisher, it all starts at the X, where faceoff-specialist Erich Rassow figures to get the job done. Last season, Rassow was given the job of filling the void left by 2009 All-American Dave Wood, and did a remarkable job by going 272-for-388 (70.1%) in faceoffs, while scooping up a team-best 135 ground balls. Only one player in NCAA Division III won more faceoffs than Rassow, while his winning percentage ranked fifth nationally.

Defensive midfielder Mike Cummins returns for his fourth year and will also see plenty of action, as will scrappy returners Paul Leonhard and Scott Campbell. Long-stick midfielders Aaron Gregory and David Haseley will work to keep the opposition’s attacker at bay. 4


2011 Fisher Men’s Lacrosse Preview With Fisher’s defensive experience, the Cardinals will have an easier time trying to fill the void left by Jon Cortina, who started between the pipes in 47 games over the last three years. Matt McShea, a senior, who earned AllRegion honors at MCC prior to transferring, has looked impressive early on and should see most of the action, while freshmen Jamie Campagna and M.P. Joseph will challenge for the backup job. “I’m excited about this season, but at the same time we have to remain focused and take it game-by-game,” Johnson says. “If we can stay healthy, and continue to work hard and improve as the season goes on, I think we can make this season a very special one.”

2011 Cardinals Men’s Lacrosse Roster No. Name

Pos.

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

High School

Hometown

1

Tyler Kleehammer

M

Jr.

6-0

180

Irondequoit

Rochester

2

Ryan Leonard

M

Jr.

6-2

190

Rush Henrietta

W. Henrietta

3

Greg Ramsden

M

Fr.

6-0

170

Marcellus

Marietta

4

Brian Cole

A

So.

5-11

180

Lewis Palmer

Monument, CO

5

Kyle Denhoff

M

Jr.

6-0

185

Penfield

Penfield

6

Dave Banks

M

Fr.

6-3

205

Cicero-N. Syracuse

N. Syracuse

7

Matt McShea

G

Sr.

5-11

185

Rush Henrietta

Pittsford

8

Jeff Wester

A

Fr.

5-7

155

Livonia

Livonia

9

Taylor Muztafago

M

Fr.

5-8

170

Guilderland

Albany

10

Ryan Freije

M

So.

6-1

195

Chenango Forks

Port Crane

11

Aaron Gregory

M

Jr.

6-0

220

Trinity-Pawling

Rome

13

Dustin Makuch

M

Jr.

5-10

180

Carthage

Black River

14

Eric Klein

M

Sr.

6-4

200

Canandaigua Academy

Canandaigua

15

Connor Henderson

A

Jr.

6-3

210

Canandaigua Academy

Canandaigua

16

Zach Fayette

M

Sr.

5-9

160

Oswego

Oswego

17

Michael Boisvert

A

So.

5-8

160

Ballston Spa

Ballston Spa

18

Gregory Bell

D

Fr.

6-6

215

C.W. Baker

Baldwinsville

19

Kory Smart

A

Jr.

5-9

195

Jordan-Elbridge

Elbridge

20

Patrick Johnson

A

Fr.

6-0

190

Bethlehem

Glenmont

21

Paul Leonhard

M

Sr.

5-8

170

Penfield

Penfield

22

M.P. Joseph

G

Fr.

6-0

200

Williamsville East

Williamsville

23

Ethan Acey

M

Jr.

6-0

175

Liverpool

Liverpool

24

Jamie Campagna

G

Fr.

5-8

180

Liverpool

Liverpool

25

Michael Utz

M

Fr.

5-10

155

Irondequoit

Rochester

26

David Haseley

D

Fr.

6-3

200

McQuaid

Webster

27

Tim McMahon

A

Fr.

6-1

160

West Genesee

Syracuse

28

Taylor Michael

M

Fr.

6-1

180

Cicero-N. Syracuse

N. Syracuse

29

Mike Byrnes

M

Jr.

6-2

185

Tully

Preble

30

Scott Campbell

M

So.

5-9

150

Orchard Park

Colden

31

Clint Masterson

M

Jr.

5-11

220

McQuaid

Fairport

32

Alex Gray

D

Jr.

5-6

175

Aquinas

Rochester

33

Matt Sosenko

D

So.

6-1

170

Niagara Wheatfield

N. Tonawanda

34

Mitch Ritchie

A

Jr.

6-1

185

McQuaid

Brockport

36

Erich Rassow

M

Sr.

5-11

200

Orchard Park

Orchard Park

37

Nick Mooney

M

Jr.

5-10

175

Webster Schroeder

Webster

38

Ryan Schmidt

M

Sr.

6-1

200

Whitesboro

Whitesboro

39

Henry Cumoletti

D

Sr.

5-8

185

Christian Brothers Acad.

Albany

40

Mitch Bailey

D

Jr.

6-3

210

McQuaid

Fairport

41

Kyle Hayward

M

Jr.

6-1

165

Hilton

Hilton

42

Jimmy Burgasser

D

Fr.

6-3

160

Honeoye Falls-Lima

Mendon

43

Bryan Dyer

A

Fr.

5-11

170

Guilderland

Slingerlands

44

Alexander Bopp

D

Sr.

6-1

196

St. Anthony’s

Lindenhurst

45

Matt Cooper

D

Jr.

6-1

190

McQuaid

Penfield

47

Andrew Knoblauch

D

Jr.

6-1

200

Canandaigua Acad.

Canandaigua

50

Mike Cummins

M

Gr.

6-3

190

Penfield

Penfield

Head Coach: John C. Johnson Assistants: Ansley Jemison, Jeff Schwartz, Mark Rice, Nick Voll, Randy Garrett

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Coaching Staff – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

6 th season

John C. Johnson

Head Coach

John C. Johnson Coach John Johnson looks at another year and another opportunity to guide the Cardinals into uncharted territory in his sixth season. In 2010, Johnson got the team off to its best start, 12-0, and led Fisher to a College-record 16 wins overall and a College-best .889 win percentage. Johnson led the team to a 15-win season in 2009, with a .833 win percentage. For the first time in the lacrosse program’s history, Johnson led the team to the Empire 8 Championship game in 2009. Johnson has also guided the Cardinals to three berths in the ECAC Upstate Championship.

Johnson, a member of the Rochester Chapter of the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame, came to Fisher from Canandaigua Academy where he was the head coach for the boy’s varsity lacrosse program for 26 years. During that time, he compiled a career record of 357-149, while leading the team to 13 Finger Lakes League titles, six Section V titles, and four Western New York Regional Championship crowns. Johnson is a seven-time Finger Lakes League Coach of the Year, and retired after 33 years of teaching high school history.

jjohnson@sjfc.edu

Johnson also coached the girl’s varsity basketball team to nine Finger Lakes East titles, and two sectional and regional championships from 1993 to 2005, while posting a 218-49 overall record. John and his wife, Susan, reside in Canandaigua. They have a son, Marshall, and a daughter, Jordan.

4 th season

Ansley Jemison

Assistant Coach

Ansley Jemison Ansley Jemison returns to the Cardinals coaching staff for his fourth season, and his third as defensive coordinator. Jemison played four seasons as an attacker at Syracuse University and led the Orange to the NCAA Division I Final Four in each year, including two national runner-up finishes. Jemison hails from Canandaigua and received a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Syracuse in 2000. He serves as the General Manager of the Iroquois Nationals and currently resides in Victor.

Mark Rice

3 rd season

Mark Rice

Assistant Coach

Mark Rice returns for his third season as a member of the St. John Fisher College men’s lacrosse coaching staff. Rice, who will mentor Fisher’s attack, comes to Fisher from Penfield High School, where he coached the lacrosse and football teams from 1976 until his retirement in 2008. Rice amassed over 350 career wins, won four Sectional Championships (‘92,’93,’00,’06) and two Regional Championships (‘92,’93) during his tenure. Following a standout career as a player at Fairport High School, Rice went on to play four years of varsity lacrosse at Ashland University (NCAA Division II), and was selected to play in the Midwest College All-Star Game following his senior season. Rice is a member of the Rochester Chapter US Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

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Coaching Staff – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

Jeff Schwartz

8 th season

Jeff Schwartz

Assistant Coach

Jeff Schwartz is in his eighth season as a goalie coach for both the men’s and women’s lacrosse programs. Schwartz, who graduated from Cornell University in 1976, played two seasons of men’s lacrosse for the Big Red. He also earned his master’s degree in 1977 from the University of Rochester’s Simon School. Schwartz coached boys’ lacrosse at Irondequoit High School for 13 years before joining the Fisher coaching staff. Jeff and his wife, Johanna, live in Rochester.

Nick Voll

6 th season

Nick Voll enters his sixth season on the Cardinals coaching staff. His primary responsibilities include working with the team’s faceoff specialists.

Nick Voll

Assistant Coach

Fisher’s lacrosse program had its first major award winner under Voll’s tutelage. Dave Wood, who finished his career with a .659 faceoff win percentage, was named to the Division III All-American Second Team following his senior campaign. Voll played midfield for the Fisher men’s lacrosse team from 2001-2004. In 2003, he was named captain of the team. He also played one year of football, where he was a member of the special teams unit.

A Fairport native, Voll graduated as a Red Raider in 2000. He played both lacrosse and football during his high school career. Voll currently lives in Fairport and works for Paychex.

Randy Garrett

1 st season

Randy Garrett

Assistant Coach

Randy Garrett joins the St. John Fisher College men’s lacrosse team this year as an assistant coach. Garrett brings with him 28 years of head coaching experience, spending the majority of his career at Fairport High School. Before coaching at the high school level, he assisted both the Ithaca College football and lacrosse teams for one year each. Garrett went on to lead the lacrosse program at R.L. Thomas High School for four years before taking the helm at Fairport for the next 31 years.

During his head coaching tenure, Garrett led his teams to five sectional titles, 12 Monroe County titles, and one state final, amassing over 400 wins as a varsity and modified lacrosse coach. He was inducted into the Rochester Chapter Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2003 and into Fairport’s Wall of Distinction in 2010. Prior to his coaching career, Garrett played four years of both football and lacrosse at Ithaca College, captaining both teams as a senior, while receiving both a B.S. and Masters degree. Garrett hails from Fairport where he recently retired as a Physical Education teacher and coach after 31 years. Randy and his wife, Gayle, have one daughter, Shannon.

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Meet the Seniors – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

M

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Canandaigua Academy Hometown: Canandaigua

M • SENIOR • 6-4 • 200 2010: Played in seven games … Tallied three goals on the season … Recorded his first goal against Milwaukee School of Engingeering, 3/5 … Grabbed a ground ball and added the game-winning goal against SUNY Oneonta, 3/20 … Tacked on a goal in a 9-5 Empire 8 win over Alfred University, 4/24.

Zach Fayette

Zach Fayette

16

High School:

Eric Klein

14

Eric Klein

High School:

Oswego Hometown: Oswego

M • SENIOR • 5-9 • 160 2010: Appeared in 16 contests on the season ... Totaled four goals … Recorded a career-best two goals and picked up a ground ball against Keuka College, 4/6 … Caused two turnovers and tallied three ground balls on the season. 2009: Played in 11 games … Totaled six goals … Made his first career start against Elmira, 3/25 … Recorded a point in five consecutive games in March … Tallied a career-best two points (one goal, one assist) against Gordon, 3/11 … Grabbed six ground balls on the season … Caused a turnover in the season-opener against Medaille, 2/25.

2008: Made eight appearances … Tallied an assist in his first career game against Greensboro, 2/27 … Grabbed two ground balls on the season … Caused a turnover against Manhattanville, 3/11. High School: Played two years of varsity lacrosse at Oswego ... Led team in points (74) as a senior ... Also played golf and basketball for two years ... Three-sport captain, 2007. Personal: Zach is the son of Ed and Denise Fayette ... Born April 23, 1989 ... Majoring in Corporate Finance.

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Meet the Seniors – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

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Paul Leonhard

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Paul Leonhard High School:

Penfield Hometown: Penfield

M • SENIOR • 5-8 • 170 2010: Saw action in 16 games … Led team with 13 caused turnovers … Grabbed nine ground balls and tallied two assists for the season … Caused at least one turnover in nine of the games he appeared in, including a six-game streak from March to April … Scooped up two ground balls and assisted on a goal in a 19-8 win over Oswego, 3/27 … Caused a career-best three turnovers, tied a career-high three ground balls, and tallied an assist in a 17-5 win over Utica, 5/1.

2009: Played in 17 games ... Recorded three goals and two assists for five points on the season ... Scooped up 13 ground balls ... Caused eight turnovers ... Scored his first collegiate goal in an 11-8 win over Gordon College, 3/11 … Assisted on a goal, picked up two ground balls, and caused a turnover against Stevens, 4/4 … Tallied a career-best three ground balls against Alfred, 4/18, and Nazareth, 5/3. 2008: Made 13 appearances … Caused a turnover on two occasions … Picked up one ground ball and caused a turnover against Ithaca, 4/25. High School: Played three years of varsity lacrosse under then-head coach Mark Rice ... Earned Monroe All-County Honorable Mention in 2005, 2006 and 2007 ... Section V Championship team member, 2006 … Also played three years of football ... Named to the All-County Football First Team in 2006 ... Earned Football All-Greater Rochester Honorable Mention accolades, 2006. Personal: Paul is the son of Steven and Michelle Leonhard ... Born September 28, 1988 ... Majoring in Business.

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Meet the Seniors – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

Erich Rassow

36

Erich Rassow High School:

Orchard Park Hometown: Orchard Park

M • SENIOR • 5-11 • 200

2010: Made an appearance in all 18 games … Dominated from the X, going 272for-388 in faceoff attempts … Tallied 135 ground balls on the season … Stands among Fisher’s single-season top-10 for ground balls (3rd – 135) and faceoff win percentage (2nd - 70.1%) … Grabbed a career-best 14 ground balls and won a personal-high 22 faceoffs against Elmira College, 5/4 … Ranked second in the Empire 8 Conference in ground balls per game (7.5) … Totaled three assists on the season … Empire 8 All-Conference Second Team selection … Received Empire 8 Player of the Week for the week ending after 4/12, after winning 34-of-42 faceoffs in wins over Keuka College and Stevens … Earned national honors as the Nike/ Inside Lacrosse Player of the Week for NCAA Division III, 4/13 … Named Fisher’s Male Athlete of the Week, 5/10, after going 42-for-52 (80.8%) from the faceoff X, collecting 22 ground balls, and recording one assist over two games … Currently stands among Fisher’s career top-10 in ground balls (4th - 181), and faceoff win percentage (2nd - 62.5%).

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2009: Played in 14 games … Tallied a goal and grabbed a season-best seven ground balls in the season-opener against Medaille, 2/25 … Recorded an assist against Wells, 3/17 … Totaled 36 ground balls on the season … Went 58-for-111 in faceoff attempts. 2008: Appeared in 11 games … Grabbed a season-best five ground balls against Manhattanville, 3/11 … Caused a turnover against Elmira, 3/19 … Totaled 10 ground balls on the season … Went 16-for-46 in faceoff attempts. High School: Played two years of varsity lacrosse … Two-time team captain, 2006 and 2007 … Earned the Team Sportsmanship Award, 2007 … Team was a two-time Section VI Class A Champion … Also played two years of hockey. Personal: Erich is the son of Egon and Christine Rassow … Born February 17, 1989 … Majoring in Management.

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Meet the Seniors – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

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Ryan Schmidt

38

Ryan Schmidt High School:

Whitesboro Hometown: Whitesboro

M • SENIOR • 6-1 • 200 2010: Started in all 18 games … Ranked second on the team with 54 points off of 42 goals and 12 assists on the season … Grabbed 20 ground balls on the season … Averaged three points per game … Ranked second on the team and sixth in the Empire 8 Conference for goals per game (2.3) … Scored at least one point in all but one game he played in … Scooped up a career-best four ground balls and added three points (2g, 1a) in a 22-12 win over Elmira, 5/4 … Totaled a career-best seven points, including a career-high five goals in the Empire 8 Men’s Lacrosse Championship against Ithaca College, 5/7 … Named Fisher’s Male Athlete of the Week for the week ending 4/4, after scoring seven goals on just 10 shots in a 2-0 week for the Cardinals, including four goals in a 13-4 win over Ithaca, 3/31 … Empire 8 All-Conference Second Team selection.

2009: Played in 17 games … Made 10 starts … Tallied 24 goals and 16 assists for a season-total 40 points, tied for fourth on the team … Tallied three or more points on six occasions … Named Fisher’s Male Athlete of the Week after recording a season-best five points on four goals and one assist to lead the Cardinals to the Empire 8 Championship for the first time in the program’s history … Caused seven turnovers and grabbed 18 ground balls on the season … Empire 8 All-Conference Second Team selection. High School: Played three years of varsity lacrosse … Three-time All-League First Team selection … Two-time team MVP … Led team in goals and assists his junior and senior years … Also played two years of football and three years of basketball. Personal: Ryan is also a member of the Fisher football team … Ryan is the son of John and Deborah Schmidt … Born August 8, 1989 … Majoring in Management.

Henry Cumoletti

39

Christian Brothers Academy Hometown: Albany

D • SENIOR • 5-8 • 185

Henry

D

High School:

Cumoletti

2010: Played in 16 games … Aided a defense that held opponents to 7.72 goals per game … Picked up two ground balls against Milwaukee School of Engineering, 3/5 … Caused two turnovers on the season, one each against Ithaca College (3/31) and Medaille College (4/27). 2009: Saw playing time in five contests … Grabbed a ground ball against Medaille, 2/25 … Caused a turnover against Wells, 3/17. 2008: Appeared on the defense in four contests as a freshman.

High School: Played four years of varsity lacrosse … Named to the Big 10 First Team … Earned 2007 All-Conference accolades … Helped team to the Big 10 Championship in 2006 and 2007 … Also ran three years of cross country and indoor track. Personal: Henry is the son of Steven and Kristen Cumoletti … Born October 30, 1988 … Majoring in American Studies.

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Meet the Seniors – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

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High School:

Alexander

44

Alexander Bopp St. Anthony’s Hometown: Lindenhurst

D • SENIOR • 6-1 • 195 2010: Started in all 18 games on the defense … Caused 12 turnovers on the season … Played a force on a defense that held opponents to 7.72 goals per game … Grabbed 19 ground balls on the season, including a season-best three ground balls in a 22-12 win over Elmira, 5/4 … Totaled two points on one goal and one assist against SUNY Oneonta, 3/20 … Scooped up a ground ball and caused two turnovers in the Empire 8 Men’s Lacrosse Championship semifinal against Ithaca, 5/7.

Bopp

2009: Played in all 18 games, starting in all but one contest … Tallied a goal against Stevens, 4/4 … Recorded 37 ground balls, including a career-best five against Nazareth in the Empire 8 Championship game, 5/3 … Grabbed four ground balls on four occasions … Caused 21 turnovers on the season, including a career-best three caused turnovers on three separate occasions. High School: Played two years of varsity lacrosse at St. Anthony’s ... Also played two years of varsity football ... Earned All-League honors in football, 2006. Personal: Prior to coming to Fisher, Alex played football and lacrosse for Utica College ... Alex is the son of H. John and Mary Bopp ... Born November 25, 1988 ... Majoring in Political Science.

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Meet the Seniors – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

M

Mike Cummins

50

Mike Cummins High School:

Penfield Hometown: Penfield

M • GRADUATE • 6-3 • 190 2010: Made an appearance in all 18 games … Collected 33 points on the season (10g, 13a) … Ranked second on the team with 55 ground balls … Tallied a goal and scooped up a career-best six ground balls against Milwaukee School of Engineering, 3/5 … Recorded a career-high four goals, picked up five ground balls, and caused a personal-best four turnovers in a 19-8 win over Oswego, 3/27 … Totaled a career-high four assists in a 17-5 win over Utica, 5/1 … Tied a careerbest four points off two goals and two assists, while picking up five ground balls in a 22-12 win over Elmira, 5/4.

2009: Played in 17 games, made six starts ... Recorded 10 goals and 10 assists for 20 points ... Tallied the game-winning goal in a 6-4 contest against Keuka College, 4/11 ... Scooped up 22 ground balls and caused one turnover on the season ... Collected a .500 faceoff percentage (3-for-6) ... Recorded a season-high three assists against St. Vincent’s, 3/8 ... Tallied a season-best two goals in two separate games against Wells (3/17) and Nazareth (4/15). 2008: Played and started in all 16 games ... Recorded seven goals and eight assists on the season ... Grabbed 25 ground balls and totaled four forced turnovers ... Went 1-for-1 from the faceoff X ... Tallied a season-high two goals against Plattsburgh, 3/6 ... Had two, three-point games ... Recorded a season-best two assists against Greensboro, 2/27. High School: Played two years of varsity lacrosse ... Member of the 2006 sectional championship team ... Played three years of varsity basketball ... Received All-County awards in both lacrosse and basketball ... Led the basketball team in scoring his senior year. Personal: Transferred from Fredonia State where he played basketball … Michael is the son of Tom and Kathy Cummins ... Born October 28, 1987 ... Majoring in Management.

15


Returners – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

A

High School:

Brian Cole

4

Brian Cole Lewis Palmer Hometown: Monument, CO

A • SOPHOMORE • 5-11 • 180 2010: Saw playing time in seven games … Grabbed two ground balls for the season … Tallied his first collegiate goal in a victory over Milwaukee School of Engineering, 3/5. High School: Played four years of varsity lacrosse at Lewis Palmer … Threetime captain … Leading scorer in the state as a junior and senior … Earned AllConference honors and Second Team All-State accolades three consecutive years … Also played four years of varsity football. Personal: Brian is the son of R. Jefferey and Cynthia Cole … Born August 15, 1990 … Majoring in History.

M

Kyle Denhoff

5

Kyle Denhoff High School:

Penfield Hometown: Penfield

M • JUNIOR • 6-0 • 185 2010: Started in all 18 games … Led team with 46 goals and added 12 assists for a team-best 58 points on the season … Recorded a career-high six goals and eight points in the season-opener against York College (Pa.), 3/3 … Totaled 35 ground balls … Scored at least one point in all but one game on the season, including 12 multiple-goal games … Named Fisher’s Male Athlete of the Week for the week ending 3/15 after totaling seven goals, one assist, and five ground balls in a 2-0 week, including the game-winning goal 12 seconds into overtime that secured the 10-9 win over Lycoming, 3/10 … Recorded the game-winning goal in wins over Keuka College (4/6) and RIT (4/14), while tallying four and five goals in each contest, respectively … Capitalized on the man-up opportunity on three occasions … Earned Empire 8 All-Conference First team honors … Named to the USILA Division III AllAmerican Honorable Mention Team.

2009: Played in 18 games, started in 11 ... Recorded 23 goals and 17 assists for 40 points in his freshman campaign ... Led all freshmen in points ... Scored six goals on the man-up unit ... Scooped up 21 ground balls ... Went 7-for-11 in faceoff attempts ... Tallied a season-high four points in the season-opener against Medaille, 2/25 ... Scored a season-high three goals against Oneonta, 3/14 and Stevens, 4/4 ... Earned Empire 8 Honorable Mention accolades. High School: Played three years of varsity lacrosse under then-head coach Mark Rice ... Member of 2006 sectional championship team ... Won the Mark Wibler Award for lacrosse in 2008 ... 2008 Section V Class A All-Tournament Team selection ... Senior All-Star Game selection ... Led his team to a 2008 league title ... Received First Team honors in 2008 for Monroe County … Also played three years of varsity soccer. Personal: Kyle is the son of Robert and Patricia Denhoff ... Born December 22, 1989 ... Majoring in Communication/Advertising.

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Returners – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

M

Ryan Freije

10

Ryan Freije High School:

Chenango Forks Hometown: Port Crane

M • SOPHOMORE • 6-1 • 195 2010: Saw playing time in 10 games as a freshman … Scooped up three ground balls on the season … Recorded a goal in wins over Milwaukee School of Engineering (3/5), Medaille (4/27), and Elmira (5/4) ... Also picked up a ground ball against the Soaring Eagles. High School: A three-sport athlete at Chenango Forks, Ryan played varsity football, hockey, and lacrosse … Earned First team All-Division honors in lacrosse … Led team in assists as a senior … Aided team to sectional championship as a junior and senior.

Personal: Ryan is the son of Mark and Tassie Freije … Born September 27, 1990 … Majoring in Biology.

M

Aaron Gregory

11

Aaron Gregory High School:

Trinity-Pawling Hometown: Rome

M • JUNIOR • 6-0 • 220 2010: Saw action in all 18 games … Totaled 35 ground balls on the season, including a career-best five against Oswego State, 3/27 … Caused seven turnovers on the season … Went 2-for-6 (33.3%) in faceoff attempts … Scooped up three ground balls and caused two turnovers in a 10-9 overtime win against Lycoming, 3/10. 2009: Played in nine games ... Recorded one assist for his first collegiate point in the season-opener against Medaille, 2/25 ... Scooped up one ground ball.

High School: Played three years of varsity lacrosse ... Led team to a New England Class A Prep Championship ... Also played five years of hockey and three years of football … Led the team in scoring for defensemen in hockey ... Starting quarterback in 2008 for football. Personal: Aaron is the son of Aaron and Ann Marie Gregory ... Born March 17, 1989 ... Majoring in Sport Management.

17


Returners – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

A

High School:

Canandaigua Academy Hometown: Canandaigua

A • JUNIOR • 6-3 • 210

Connor

15

Connor Henderson

2010: Played in seven games beginning in April, started in four … Missed first 11 games due to injury … Scored 13 goals and eight assists for 21 points on the season … Totaled 12 ground balls and caused two turnovers … Tallied five points on four goals and one assist in a 17-5 win over Utica, 5/1 … Recorded a careerhigh six points on four goals and two assists against Elmira, 5/4.

2009: Played in nine games, started in eight ... Scored 15 goals and four assists for a season total of 19 points ... Missed first nine games due to injury ... Scooped up 13 ground balls on the season ... Tallied first career points in a regular season tilt against Stevens, 4/4 ... Made his first breakout appearance with four goals against RIT, 4/7 ... Scooped up a career-high four ground balls against Keuka, 4/11 … Recorded a career-high five goals in the Empire 8 semifinal game against Stevens, 5/1.

Henderson

High School: Played three years of varsity lacrosse ... Democrat & Chronicle All-Greater Rochester Super 16 Selection (2008, 2009) ... Section V Class A AllTournament Team selection (2008, 2009) ... Finger Lakes All-League Attack (2006-2008) ... Led team in scoring as a sophomore (40), junior (59) and senior (56) ... Led his team to the 2009 Class A Sectional Championship ... Also played two years of varsity football and basketball ... Named to Finger Lakes First Team Basketball (2008, 2009) ... Team MVP and Finger Lakes Player of the Year after leading his team in scoring as a senior ... Led football team to the Section V Class A Championship ... Led team with eight touchdown receptions ... Named Canandaigua’s Male Athlete of the Year. Personal: Connor is the son of Keith and Patricia Henderson ... Born April 5, 1990 ... Majoring in Management.

A

High School:

Ballston Spa Hometown: Ballston Spa

A • SOPHOMORE • 5-8 • 160

Michael

17

Michael Boisvert

Boisvert

2010: Played in five games as a freshman … Picked up a career-best two ground balls in a 14-4 win over Keuka College, 4/6. High School: Played three seasons of varsity lacrosse … Named as the Offensive Player of the Year during his freshman campaign … Earned MVP accolades as a senior … Led team in goal scoring as a junior and in points and assists as a senior … Also golfed for two seasons. Personal: Michael is the son of Steven and Nancy Boisvert … Born May 18, 1991 … Majoring in Sports Management.

18


Returners – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

A

High School:

Kori Smart

19

Kory Smart Jordan-Elbridge Hometown: Elbridge

A • JUNIOR • 5-9 • 195 2010: Saw action in 14 games … Totaled seven goals and four assists for a total of 11 points on the season … Grabbed nine ground balls, including a career-high four against Milwaukee School of Engineering, 3/5 … Capitalized on the man-up opportunity on three occasions … Recorded two goals and one assist to tie a career-best three points in a win over Elmira College, 5/4. 2009: Played in 11 games … Recorded a career-best two goals, one assist, and two ground balls each in wins over Medaille (2/25) and Wells (3/17) … Also caused a turnover against Medaille.

High School: Played four years of varsity lacrosse at Jordan-Elbridge ... Recorded 111 goals and 59 assists in his four-year career ... Also played two years of varsity football. Personal: Kory is the son of Patrick and Robin Smart ... Born April 5, 1990 ... Majoring in Childhood and Special Education.

M

Ethan Acey

23

Ethan Acey Liverpool Hometown: Liverpool

M • JUNIOR • 6-0 • 175 2010: Made an appearance in seven games in his premier season. High School: Played two seasons of varsity lacrosse at Liverpool. Personal: Spent a year at Onondaga Community College before transferring to Fisher … Ethan is the son of Joseph and Barbara Acey … Born March 22, 1990 … Majoring in Sociology.

Scott Campbell

30

High School:

Orchard Park Hometown: Colden

M • SOPHOMORE • 5-9 • 150

Scott

M

High School:

Campbell

2010: Saw action in 17 games … Scooped up nine ground balls on the season and caused three turnovers ... Picked up a career-best two ground balls in wins over Ithaca (3/31) and Utica (5/1). High School: Played two years of varsity lacrosse for Orchard Park … Also played three years of varsity soccer and hockey … Earned ECIC Third team honors in soccer as a junior … Named to the First team as a senior. Personal: Scott is the son of Michael and Joanne Campbell … Born December 13, 1990 … Majoring in Corporate Finance.

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Returners – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

D

Matt Sosenko

33

Matt Sosenko High School:

Niagara Wheatfield Hometown: N. Tonawanda

D • SOPHOMORE • 6-1 • 170 2010: Saw playing time in seven games … Scooped up five ground balls on the season, including a career-best two ground balls in a win over Keuka College, 4/6 … Caused a turnover against Oswego State, 3/27. High School: Played two seasons of varsity lacrosse at Niagara Wheatfield … Earned the Coaches’ Award as a senior … Won the Terry Harvey Memorial Award, 2009 … Also played two seasons of varsity football … Earned the Football-Ace Award during his senior season. Personal: Matt is the son of Michael and Lori Sosenko … Born August 30, 1991 … Majoring in Communications.

A

Mitch Ritchie

34

Mitch Ritchie High School:

McQuaid Hometown: Brockport

A • JUNIOR • 6-1 • 185 2010: Started in all 18 games during his first season … Ranked fourth on the team with 26 goals and added 12 assists to rank fifth on the team with 38 points on the season … Grabbed 22 ground balls … Scored a career-best three goals on three separate occasions … Recorded a personal-high five points (3g, 2a) in a win over Milwaukee School of Engineering, 3/5 … Picked up a career-high three ground balls on two separate occasions, against SUNY Oneonta (3/20) and Hartwick College (4/3) … Caused two turnovers … Scored the game-winning goal in three contests.

High School: Played two seasons of varsity lacrosse at Hilton, then three seasons of varsity at McQuaid … Led team in points all five years … Earned All-Greater Rochester honors as a senior … Played in the Rochester All-Star game and was named MVP … Finished third in goals and fourth in most offensive scoring in Section V as a senior … Named the GRALL Player of the Year during his final campaign. Personal: Played attack at LeMoyne College for one season before transferring to Fisher … Mitch is the son of Peter and Sandi Ritchie … Born July 29, 1990 … Management major.

20


Returners – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

D

Mitch Bailey

40

Mitch Bailey High School:

McQuaid Hometown: Fairport

D • JUNIOR • 6-3 • 210 2010: Played in all 18 contests on the defense … Made 15 starts … Led a defense that held opponents to 7.72 goals per game … Collected 22 ground balls and caused eight turnovers on the season … Picked up a career-best four ground balls and caused two turnovers in an 11-5 win over Brockport, 3/16 … Scooped up three ground balls against Stevens (4/10), Alfred (4/24), and Medaille (4/27), added two caused turnovers against the Mavericks ... Earned Empire 8 All-Conference Honorable Mention accolades.

High School: Played three years of varsity lacrosse at McQuaid … Senior captain … Earned First Team GRALL honors, 2006 and 2008 … Earned AllGreater Rochester Honorable Mention accolades as a senior … Also played three years of varsity hockey … Led team to a Section V Class B Championship as a senior. Personal: Attended LeMoyne College for one year before transferring to Fisher … Mitch was born on April 12, 1990 … Majoring in English with a minor in Communications.

M

Kyle Hayward

41

Kyle Hayward High School:

Hilton Hometown: Hilton

M • JUNIOR • 6-1 • 165 2010: Played in seven games … Scooped up a ground ball in a 22-12 win over Elmira, 5/4. 2009: Saw playing time in seven contests … Recorded a career-best three goals and grabbed two ground balls against Wells College, 3/17 … Tallied an assist in the season-opener against Medaille, 2/25. High School: Played three years of varsity lacrosse at Hilton ... 2007 captain and Scholar Athlete ... Earned All-Senior team and Second Team All-County honors, 2007 ... Led team in scoring as a junior and a senior ... Also played two years of varsity soccer ... Led team in scoring, 2006.

Personal: Kyle played one year of lacrosse for LeMoyne College before transferring to Fisher ... Kyle is son of Daniel and Lorraine Hayward ... Born May 3, 1989 ... Majoring in Physics and Adolescent Education.

21


Returners – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

D

High School:

Canandaigua Academy Hometown: Canandaigua

D • JUNIOR • 6-1 • 200

Andrew

47

Andrew Knoblauch

Knoblauch

2010: Started in all 18 games on the defense … Picked up 22 ground balls and caused 11 turnovers on the season … Recorded at least one ground ball on 13 occasions and caused at least one turnover in nine contests … Scooped up a career-best six ground balls and caused two turnovers in a 17-5 win over Utica, 5/1. 2009: Played in 18 games ... Made 16 starts ... First year on the defensive side ... Scooped up 33 ground balls ... Recorded two assists ... Tallied first career point with an assist against Gordon, 3/11 ... Picked up a season-best five ground balls in a win over Oneonta, 3/14 … Caused 14 turnovers on the season ... Set the Fisher single-game record with five caused turnovers against Utica, 4/25.

High School: Played three years of varsity lacrosse ... Also played two years of varsity football and basketball ... Captain in both basketball and lacrosse ... Member of the 2008 Section V Championship team for football ... Helped his team to the 2009 Section V Lacrosse Championship ... Named Sportsfive (Sportsman) Player of the Year ... Democrat & Chronicle All-Greater Rochester Honorable Mention ... Named to Finger Lakes First Team Midfield in 2009 ... Named to All-League First Team Football (2006, 2007) ... All-League Second Team Midfield selection, 2007 ... Led midfielders in points his senior year (40). Personal: Andrew is the son of Kurt and Valerie Knoblauch ... Born October 5, 1989 ... Majoring in Management.

22


Newcomers – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team Tyler Kleehammer

Jeff Wester

Jeff Wester

High School:

Irondequoit Hometown:

Tyler Kleehammer

Rochester M • JR. • 6-0 • 180

1

High School:

Livonia Hometown:

Livonia A • FR. • 5-7 • 155

8

Taylor Muztafago

High School:

High School:

Rush Henrietta

Guilderland

Hometown:

Hometown:

Taylor

Ryan Leonard

Ryan Leonard

W. Henrietta M • JR. • 6-2 • 190

2

Muztafago Dustin Makuch

Greg Ramsden

Greg Ramsden High School:

Marcellus Hometown:

Marietta M • FR. • 6-0 • 170

3

Dave Banks

Albany M • FR. • 5-8 • 170

9

Dustin Makuch High School:

Carthage Hometown:

Black River M • JR. • 5-10 • 180

13

Gregory Bell

Gregory Bell

Dave Banks

High School:

Cicero-N. Syracuse Hometown:

North Syracuse M • FR. • 6-3 • 205

6

Patrick Johnson

Matt McShea

Matt McShea High School:

Rush Henrietta Hometown:

Pittsford G • SR. • 5-11 • 185

7

23

High School:

C.W. Baker Hometown:

Baldwinsville D • FR. • 6-6 • 215

18

Patrick Johnson High School:

Bethlehem Hometown:

Glenmont A • FR. • 6-0 • 190

20


Newcomers – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

M.P. Joseph

Taylor Michael

M.P. Joseph High School:

Williamsville East Hometown:

Williamsville G • FR. • 6-0 • 200

22

Jamie Campagna

High School:

Cicero-N. Syracuse Hometown:

North Syracuse M • FR. • 6-1 • 180

28

Mike Byrnes

Mike Byrnes

High School:

Liverpool Hometown:

Jamie Campagna

Taylor Michael

Liverpool G • FR. • 5-8 • 180

24

Michael Utz

Clint Masterson

Michael Utz High School:

Irondequoit Hometown:

Rochester M • FR. • 5-10 • 155

25

Hometown:

Preble M • JR. • 6-2 • 185

29

Clint Masterson High School:

McQuaid Hometown:

Fairport M • JR. • 5-11 • 220

31

Alex Gray

High School:

Alex Gray

David Haseley

David Haseley

High School:

Tully

McQuaid Hometown:

Webster D • FR. • 6-3 • 200

26

Hometown:

Rochester D • JR. • 5-6 • 175

32

Nick Mooney

Nick Mooney

Tim McMahon

Tim McMahon

High School:

Aquinas

High School:

West Genesee Hometown:

Syracuse A • FR. • 6-1 • 160

27

24

High School:

Webster Schroeder Hometown:

Webster M • JR. • 5-10 • 175

37


Newcomers – Fisher 2011 Men’s Lacrosse Team

Jimmy Burgasser

Jimmy Burgasser High School:

Honeoye Falls-Lima Hometown:

Macedon D • FR. • 6-3 • 160

42

Bryan Dyer

Bryan Dyer

High School:

Guilderland Hometown:

Slingerlands A • FR. • 5-11 • 170

43

Matt Cooper

Matt Cooper

High School:

McQuaid Hometown:

Penfield D • JR. • 6-1 • 190

45

25


2010 Fisher Men’s Lacrosse Individual Statistics No.

Player

GP

G

A

Pts

Sh

Gw

Up

Dn

GB

Faceoff

Kyle Denhoff

18

46

12

58

130

3

3

0

35

0-0

38

Ryan Schmidt

18

42

12

54

82

3

5

0

35

0-0

29

Chris Schmidt

17

30

18

48

54

3

9

0

12

0-0

34

Mitch Ritchie

18

26

12

38

80

3

0

0

22

0-0

18

Dave Malone

15

22

30

52

64

1

1

0

34

0-0

9

Jeff Price

18

22

14

36

84

1

2

0

13

0-0

5

15

Connor Henderson

7

13

8

21

39

0

2

0

12

0-0

50

Mike Cummins

18

10

13

23

33

1

0

0

55

0-0

22

Scott Bowen

18

10

10

20

18

0

3

0

6

0-0

19

Kory Smart

14

7

4

11

20

0

3

0

9

0-0

1

Marco Dominic

14

4

0

4

10

0

0

0

4

17-33

12

Justin Tomzak

14

4

7

11

14

0

0

0

11

0-0

16

Zach Fayette

16

4

0

4

12

0

0

0

3

0-0

14

Eric Klein

7

3

0

3

5

1

0

0

1

0-0

10

Ryan Freije

10

3

0

3

8

0

0

0

3

3-7

24

Caleb Norton

1

0

1

1

1

0

0

0

3

8-12

3

Dave DeRaddo

16

1

0

1

2

0

0

0

4

0-0

27

Tim Barth

8

1

0

1

4

0

0

0

5

0-0

32

Evan Hughes

8

1

1

2

3

0

0

0

4

2-3

4

Brian Cole

7

1

0

1

1

0

0

0

2

0-0

44

Alexander Bopp

18

1

1

2

3

0

0

0

19

0-0

20

James McAuliffe

2

1

0

1

3

0

0

0

2

0-0

28

George Pineda

5

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0-0

17

Michael Boisvert

5

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

2

0-0

7

Kyle Hayward

7

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

1

0-0

43

Eric Wolf

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0-0

23

Ethan Acey

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0-0

13

Matt Sosenko

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

0-0

8 47

Kevin Kane Andrew Knoblauch

8 18

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

2 22

0-0 0-0

40

Mitch Bailey

18

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

22

0-0

39

Henry Cumoletti

16

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0-0

30

Scott Campbell

17

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

9

0-0

26

Scott More

18

0

1

1

2

0

0

0

35

1-1

25

Dave O’Neil

17

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

16

0-0

21

Paul Leonhard

16

0

2

2

1

0

0

0

9

0-0

11

Aaron Gregory

18

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

32

2-6

6

Jon Cortina

16

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

28

0-0

2

Dan Serafine

10

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

14

0-0

36

Erich Rassow

18

0

3

3

2

0

0

0

135

272-388

Total

18

253

148

401

684

16

28

0

619

305-450

Opponents

18

139

75

214

552

2

19

0

430

137-417

26


2010 Fisher Men’s Lacrosse Team Statistics Record

Overall

Home

Away

Neutral

All Games

16-2

9-1

5-1

2-0

Conference

7-1

4-0

3-1

0-0

Non-Conference

9-1

5-1

2-0

2-0

Date

Opponent

Win/Loss

Score

Attendance

3/03/10

vs. York, Pa.

W

12-8

40

3/05/10

vs. Milwaukee SOE

W

25-4

20

3/10/10

at Lycoming

W (OT)

10-9

231

3/13/10

Clarkson

W

12-8

225

03/16/10

Brockport

W

11-5

400

03/20/10

SUNY Oneonta

W

17-8

450

03/27/10

at Oswego State

W

19-8

279

03/31/10

Ithaca*

W

13-4

150

4/03/10

at Hartwick *

W

11-9

275

04/06/10

Keuka

W

14-4

100

04/10/10

#21 Stevens *

W

14-8

550

04/14/10

#19 RIT *

W

12-9

675

04/21/10

at #11 Nazareth*

L

10-14

2300

04/24/10

at Alfred University*

W

9-5

145

04/27/10

Medaille

W

14-7

150

05/01/10

Utica

W

17-5

400

05/04/10

at Elmira College

W

22-12

175

05/07/10 Ithaca College$ L * Denotes Empire 8 Conference Game $ Denotes Empire 8 Men’s Lacrosse Championship

11-12

250

No. Goalie

GP

Min.

GA

GA Avg

Save

Pct

W-L-T

22 Scott Bowen

1

15:00

1

4.00

4

.800

0-0-0

2

9

304:51

36

7.09

59

.621

3-0-0

6

Dan Serafine Jon Cortina

15

757:45

102

8.08

114

.528

13-2-0

Total

18

1077:36

139

7.74

177

.560

16-2-0

Opponents

18

1077:36

253

14.09

179

.414

2-16-0

Shots Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists

Fisher 253-684 14.06 .370 432-684 .632 38.0 145

Opp. 139-552 7.72 .252 316-552 .572 30.7 67

Man-up Opportunities Goals-Opportunities Conversion Percent

Fisher 29-74 .392

Opp. 20-75 .267

Fisher 253 28 0 94 1 14.09 619 330 116 305-450 .678 274-331 .828

Opp. 139 19 0 62 0 7.74 430 313 111 137-417 .329 279-382 .730

Penalties Number Minutes

Fisher 78 59:30

Opp. 78 61:30

Attendance Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

Fisher 3350 10/335 2/30

Opp. 3450 6/568

Goal Breakdown Total Goals Man-up Man-down Unassisted Overtime Goals scored average Ground Balls Turnovers Caused Turnovers Faceoffs (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct. Clears Clear Pct.

Goals by Period

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Total

Shots by Period

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Total

St. John Fisher

82

65

60

45

253

St. John Fisher

207

186

176

114

684

Opponents

35

34

34

36

139

Opponents

134

133

125

160

552

Saves by Period

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Total

Shots on Goal

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Total

St. John Fisher

46

40

33

58

177

St. John Fisher

134

115

105

77

432

Opponents

52

50

45

32

179

Opponents

81

74

67

94

316

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Fisher Men’s Lacrosse Year-by-Year Scores 2002 (3-7) Ithaca 17 Utica 13 Alfred 24 Keuka 17 Fisher 15 R.I.T. 14 Geneseo 23 Elmira 16 Fisher 11 Fisher 12 2003 (4-9) Nazareth 21 Hartwick 12 Ithaca 23 Fisher 15 Fisher 10 Alfred 14 Fisher 10 R.I.T. 16 Oneonta 18 Geneseo 18 Elmira 16 Fisher 20 Utica 11

Fisher 5 Fisher 11 Fisher 11 Fisher 8 Medaille 3 Fisher 5 Fisher 1 Fisher 5 Brockport 10 Cazenovia 2

Fisher 7 Fisher 6 Fisher 6 Medaille 5 Brockport 6 Fisher 10 Keuka 9 Fisher 3 Fisher 5 Fisher 4 Fisher 12 Cazenovia 10 Fisher 8

2004 (2-12) Nazareth 21 U.S. Merchant Marines 10 R.P.I. 13 Hartwick 18 Ithaca 18 Brockport 13 Alfred 16 Oneonta 14 R.I.T. 17 Keuka 12 Fisher 14 Elmira 14 Fisher 23 Utica 8

Fisher 6 Fisher 2 Fisher 8 Fisher 6 Fisher 10 Fisher 11 Fisher 3 Fisher 4 Fisher 11 Medaille 3 Fisher 8 Cazenovia 7 Fisher 6

2005 (6-7) Potsdam 12 Oswego 7 Hartwick 20 Ithaca 15 Fisher13 R.I.T. 16 Fisher 10 Fisher 21 Elmira 13 Nazareth 17 Fisher 20 Fisher 11 Fisher 10

Fisher 9 Fisher 6 Fisher 9 Fisher 9 Alfred 6 Fisher 8 Keuka 5 Medaille 2 Fisher 12 Fisher 4 Cazenovia 6 Utica 9 Brockport 7

Fisher 2

2006 (9-8) RandolphMacon 6 Fisher 11 Fisher 10 Fisher 7 Ithaca 8 Skidmore 8 Fisher 15 Fisher 13 Fisher 15 R.I.T. 18 Fisher 6 Elmira 10 Fisher 21 Fisher 12 Nazareth 16 Ithaca 13 Ithaca 16

Fisher 5 Salve Regina 5 Oswego 4 Brockport 6 Fisher 7 Fisher 1 Alfred 11 Harwick 11 Medaille 1 Fisher 5 Keuka 5 Fisher 6 Cazenovia 6 Utica 7 Fisher 7 Fisher 6 $ Fisher 13 #

2007 (10-7) Fisher 18 Kenyon 12 Fisher 12 Ithaca 11 Fisher 10 Fisher 7 Fisher 7 Fisher 18 R.I.T. 10 Fisher 12 Fisher 19 Fisher 21 Utica 12 Nazareth 16 Ithaca 10 Fisher 12 R.I.T. 11

Wash. & Jeff. 8 Fisher 7 Oswego 6 Fisher 3 Skidmore 4 Alfred 1 Hartwick 4 Medaille 6 Fisher 7 Keuka 8 Elmira 6 Cazenovia 1 Fisher 9 Fisher 8 Fisher 8 $ Hartwick 6 # Fisher 4 #

2008 (11-5) Fisher 12 Fisher 13 Fisher 9 Fisher 17 Fisher 10 Fisher 12 Hartwick 8 Ithaca 12 Fisher 7 Fisher 12 Nazareth 7 Fisher 5 Fisher 6 Fisher 12 Ithaca 17 R.I.T. 16

Greensboro 4 Guilford 6 Plattsburgh 8 Manhattanville 4 Oswego 6 Elmira 10 Fisher 7 Fisher 7 Stevens 6 R.I.T. 11 OT Fisher 6 Alfred 3 Keuka 3 Utica 5 Fisher 9 $ Fisher 6 #

2009 (15-3) Fisher 24 Fisher 9 Fisher 17 Fisher 11 Fisher 15 Fisher 21 Fisher 14 Fisher 19 Fisher 7 Ithaca 12 Stevens 8 Fisher 12 Fisher 6 Fisher 13 Fisher 16 Fisher 12 Fisher 15 Nazareth 9

Medaille 5 Oswego 8 St. Vincent 11 Gordon 8 Oneonta 7 Wells 0 Brockport 6 Elmira 6 Hartwick 5 Fisher 6 Fisher 7 R.I.T. 11 Keuka 4 Nazareth 12 Alfred 7 Utica 7 Stevens 14 $ Fisher 4 $

2010 (16-2) Fisher 12 Fisher 25 Fisher 10 Fisher 12 Fisher 11 Fisher 17 Fisher 19 Fisher 13 Fisher 11 Fisher 14 Fisher 14 Fisher 12 Nazareth 14 Fisher 9 Fisher 14 Fisher 17 Fisher 22 Ithaca 12

York 8 MSOE 4 Lycoming 9 OT Clarkson 8 Brockport 5 Oneonta 8 Oswego 8 Ithaca 4 Hartwick 9 Keuka 4 Stevens 8 R.I.T. 9 Fisher 10 Alfred 5 Medaille 7 Utica 5 Elmira 12 Fisher 11 $

$- denotes Empire 8 Conference Championships #- denotes ECAC Upstate Championships

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Year-by-Year Results Year

Record

Head Coach

2002

3-7

Craig Camp

2003

4-9

Craig Camp

2004

2-12

Craig Camp

2005

6-7

Craig Camp

2006

9-8

John Johnson

2007

10-7

John Johnson

2008

11-5

John Johnson

2009

15-3

John Johnson

2010

16-2

John Johnson


2010 Fisher Men’s Lacrosse Opponent History Alfred (6 - 3) 2002 Alfred 24 2003 Alfred 14 2004 Alfred 16 2005 Fisher 13 2006 Fisher 15 2007 Fisher 7 2008 Fisher 5 2009 Fisher 16 2010 Fisher 9 Brockport (6 - 1) 2002 Fisher 11 2003 Fisher 10 2004 Brockport 13 2005 Fisher 10 2006 Fisher 7 2009 Fisher 14 2010 Fisher 11 Cazenovia (6 - 0) 2002 Fisher 12 2003 Fisher 20 2004 Fisher 23 2005 Fisher 20 2006 Fisher 21 2007 Fisher 21 Clarkson (1 - 0) 2010 Fisher 12 Elmira (4 - 5) 2002 Elmira 16 2003 Elmira 16 2004 Elmira 14 2005 Elmira 13 2006 Elmira 10 2007 Fisher 19 2008 Fisher 12 2009 Fisher 19 2010 Fisher 22 Geneseo (0 - 2) 2002 Geneseo 23 2003 Geneseo 18 Gordon (1 - 0) 2009 Fisher 11

Fisher 11 Fisher 10 Fisher 11 Alfred 6 Alfred 6 Alfred 2 Alfred 3 Alfred 7 Alfred 5

Brockport 10 Brockport 6 Fisher 10 Brockport 7 Brockport 6 Brockport 6 Brockport 5

Cazenovia 2 Cazenovia 10 Cazenovia 7 Cazenovia 6 Cazenovia 6 Cazenovia 1

Clarkson 8

Fisher 5 Fisher 12 Fisher 8 Fisher 12 Fisher 6 Elmira 6 Elmira 10 Elmira 6 Elmira 12

Fisher 1 Fisher 4

Gordon 8

Greensboro (1 - 0) Greensboro 4 2008 Fisher 12

Guilford (1 - 0) 2008 Fisher 13

Guilford 6

Hartwick (5 - 4) 2003 Hartwick 12 2004 Hartwick 18 2005 Hartwick 20 2006 Fisher 13 2007 Fisher 7 2007 Fisher 12 2008 Hartwick 8 2009 Fisher 7

Fisher 6 Fisher 8 Fisher 9 Hartwick 11 Hartwick 4 Hartwick 6 # Fisher 7 Hartwick 5

2010

Hartwick 9

Fisher 11

Ithaca (1 - 13) 2002 Ithaca 17 2003 Ithaca 23 2004 Ithaca 18 2005 Ithaca 15 2006 Ithaca 8 2006 Ithaca 13 2006 Ithaca 16 2007 Ithaca 11 2007 Ithaca 10 2008 Ithaca 12 2008 Ithaca 17 2009 Ithaca 12 2010 Fisher 13 2010 Ithaca 12

Fisher 7

Keuka (6 - 2) 2002 Keuka 17 2003 Fisher 10 2004 Keuka 12 2005 Fisher 10 2006 Fisher 6 2007 Fisher 12 2008 Fisher 6 2009 Fisher 6 2010 Fisher 13

Fisher 8 Keuka 9 Fisher 11 Keuka 5 Keuka 5 Keuka 8 Keuka 3 Keuka 4 Keuka 4

Medaille 3 Medaille 5 Medaille 3 Medaille 2 Medaille 1 Medaille 6 Medaille 5 Medaille 7

Milwaukee School of Eng. (1 - 0) 2010 Fisher 25 MSOE 4 Nazareth (1 - 8) 2003 Nazareth 21 2004 Nazareth 21 2005 Nazareth 17 2006 Nazareth 16 2007 Nazareth 16 2008 Nazareth 7 2009 Fisher 13 2009 Nazareth 9 2010 Nazareth 14

Fisher 5 Fisher 6 Fisher 6 Fisher 9 Fisher 7 Fisher 6 $ Fisher 13 # Fisher 3 Fisher 8 $ Fisher 7 Fisher 9 $ Fisher 6 Ithaca 4 Fisher 11 $

Kenyon (0 - 1) 2007 Kenyon 12

Lycoming (1 - 0) 2010 Fisher 10

Medaille (8 - 0) 2002 Fisher 15 2003 Fisher 15 2004 Fisher 14 2005 Fisher 21 2006 Fisher 15 2007 Fisher 18 2009 Fisher 24 2010 Fisher 14

Fisher 7 Fisher 2 Fisher 4 Fisher 7 Fisher 8 Fisher 6 Nazareth 12 Fisher 4 $ Fisher 10

Oneonta (2 - 2) 2003 2004 2009 2010

Oneonta 18 Oneonta 14 Fisher 15 Fisher 17

Oswego (5 - 1) 2005 Oswego 7 2006 Fisher 10 2007 Fisher 12 2008 Fisher 10 2009 Fisher 9 2010 Fisher 19

Fisher 5 Fisher 3 Oneonta 7 Oneonta 8

Fisher 6 Oswego 4 Oswego 6 Oswego 6 Oswego 8 Oswego 8

Plattsburgh (1 - 0) 2008 Fisher 9 Plattsburgh 8 Potsdam (0 - 1) 2005 Potsdam 12

2004

Manhattanville (1 - 0) 2008 Fisher 17 Manhattanville 4

R.P.I 13

Fisher 9

Fisher 2

Randolph-Macon (0 - 1) 2006 Randolph-Macon 6 Fisher 5

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Fisher 5 Fisher 3 Fisher 4 Fisher 8 Fisher 5 Fisher 7 Fisher 4 # R.I.T. 11 Fisher 6 # R.I.T. 11 R.I.T. 9

Salve Regina (1 - 0) 2006 Fisher 11 Salve Regina 5 Skidmore (1 - 1) 2006 Skidmore 8 2007 Fisher 10

Fisher 1 Skidmore 4

St. Vincent (1 - 0) 2009 Fisher 17

St. Vincent 1

Stevens (3 -1) 2008 Fisher 7 2009 Stevens 8 2009 Fisher 15 2010 Fisher 14

Stevens 6 Fisher 7 Stevens 14 $ Stevens 8

U.S. Merchant Marines (0 - 1) 2004 U.S. MM 10 Fisher 6 Utica (5 - 4) 2002 Utica 13 2003 Utica 11 2004 Utica 8 2005 Fisher 11 2006 Fisher 12 2007 Utica 12 2008 Fisher 12 2009 Fisher 12 2010 Fisher 17

Fisher 11 Fisher 8 Fisher 6 Utica 9 Utica 7 Fisher 9 Utica 5 Utica 7 Utica 5

Washington & Jefferson (1 - 0) 2007 Fisher 18 Wash. & Jeff. 8

R.P.I. (0 - 1) Lycoming 9

R.I.T. (3 - 8) 2002 R.I.T. 14 2003 R.I.T. 16 2004 R.I.T. 17 2005 R.I.T. 16 2006 R.I.T. 18 2007 R.I.T. 10 2007 R.I.T. 11 2008 Fisher 12 2008 R.I.T. 16 2009 Fisher 12 2010 Fisher 12

Wells (1 - 0) 2009 Fisher 21

Wells 0

York (1 - 0) 2010 Fisher 12

York 8

$ = Empire 8 Tournament # = ECAC Tournament


Fisher Men’s Lacrosse Top 10 Single-Season Records Goals 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9t 9t

Assists Matt Hargather Kyle Denhoff Matt Hargather Chris Schmidt Ryan Schmidt Chris Schmidt Dave Malone Jeff Price Matt Hargather Chris Weaver

49 46 45 44 42 38 34 32 31 31

2007 2010 2006 2009 2010 2007 2008 2009 2005 2005

Ground Balls 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Dave Wood Dave Wood Erich Rassow Dave Wood Dave Wood Bill Empey P.J. Burns Chris Cortina Mike Cummins Jim Reap

Matt Matteo Jon Cortina Brian Cummings Dan Serafine James Glowina Jon Cortina Matt Nirelli Brian Cummings Jon Cortina

Dave Malone Dave Malone Dave Malone Matt St. Croix John Delle Donne Chris Schmidt Dave Malone John Delle Donne Kyle Denhoff Chris Schmidt John Delle Donne

36 33 30 30 22 18 18 18 17 17 17

2009 2007 2010 2003 2006 2010 2008 2005 2009 2007 2004

152 140 135 132 89 77 67 65 55 53

2009 2007 2010 2008 2006 2008 2003 2004 2010 2002

4.64 4.77 6.05 7.09 7.29 7.72 8.04 8.05 8.08

2006 2007 2005 2010 2007 2008 2002 2007 2010

1 2t 2t 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1t 1t 3 4 5 6 7 8t 8t 10t 10t

Dave Malone Matt Hargather Kyle Denhoff Dave Malone Chris Schmidt Ryan Schmidt Chris Schmidt Dave Malone Dave Malone Chris Schmidt Matt Hargather

63 63 58 57 55 54 53 52 52 48 48

2009 2007 2010 2007 2007 2010 2009 2010 2008 2010 2006

Faceoff Win Percentage (min. 25 faceoffs)

Saves

Goals Against Average (min. 120 attempts) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 2 3t 3t 5 6t 6t 6t 9t 9t 9t

Points

Joe Alonge Joe Alonge Jon Cortina Brian Cummings Brian Cummings Joe Alonge Joe Alonge Jon Cortina Jon Cortina Dan Serafine

221 180 180 175 150 149 145 120 114 59

2003 2004 2009 2006 2007 2005 2002 2008 2010 2010

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Dave Wood Erich Rassow Dave Wood Dave Wood Dave Wood Chris Cortina Erich Rassow Marco Dominic Chris Cortina Chris Cortina

.705 (210-298) .701 (272-388) .662 (188-284) .646 (206-319) .611 (135-221) .563 (94-167) .523 (58-111) .575 (17-33) .475 (87-183) .467 (64-137)

2009 2010 2008 2007 2006 2004 2009 2010 2005 2006

Single Game Records Goals

8

Matt Hargather

vs. Washington & Jefferson

03/06/07

Assists

7

Dave Malone

vs. Elmira

04/14/07

Points

10

Matt Hargather

vs. Washington & Jefferson

03/06/07

Saves

31

Joe Alonge

vs. R.I.T.

04/10/02

Ground Balls

16

Dave Wood

four different times

Faceoffs Won Caused Turnovers

19

Dave Wood

vs. Nazareth

04/15/09

5

Andrew Knoblauch

vs. Utica

04/25/09

Man-up Goals

3

Matt Hargather

vs. Washington & Jefferson

03/06/07

Man-down Goals

2

Dave Malone

vs. Cazenovia

04/18/07

30

2009


Fisher Men��€™s Lacrosse Top-10 Career Records Goals

Ground Balls

1

Matt Hargather

150

2004-07

1

Dave Wood

513

2006-09

2

Chris Schmidt

134

2007-10

2

P.J. Burns

210

2003-06

3

Dave Malone

107

2007-10

3

Chris Cortina

185

2003-06

4

Jeff Price

79

2007-10

4

Erich Rassow

181

2008-present

5

John Delle Donne

71

2003-06

5

Joe Alonge

143

2002-05

6

Kyle Denhoff

69

2009-present

6t

Dave Malone

142

2007-10

7

Ryan Schmidt

66

2009-present

6t

Jim Reap

142

2002-04

8

Brandon Harvey

54

2003-06

8

Mark Schnobrich

122

2003-06

9

Chris Weaver

49

2005-06

9

John Delle Donne

117

2003-06

10

Scott Bowen

48

2007-10

10

Jason Cirulli

113

2006-09

Assists

Saves

1

Dave Malone

117

2007-10

1

Joe Alonge

695

2002-05

2

John Delle Donne

64

2003-06

2

Jon Cortina

449

2007-10

3

Chris Schmidt

53

2007-10

3

Brian Cummings

371

2004-07

4

Scott Bowen

50

2007-10

4

Dan Serafine

90

2008-10

5t

Jeff Price

45

2007-10

5

Matt Nirelli

46

2002-03

5t

Brandon Harvey

45

2003-06

6

Brian Hondorf

25

2004

7

Matt St. Croix

43

2002-03

7

Mike Matteo

15

2006

8t

Mike Cummins

31

2008-present

8

Jay Schickling

13

2002-03

8t

Michael-Paul Solamon

31

2004-07

9

Bill Buttaro

9

2008-09

10

Kyle Denhoff

29

2009-present

10

James Glownia

8

2007-Present

Points

Faceoff Win Percentage (min. 25 faceoffs)

1

Dave Malone

224

2007-10

1

Dave Wood

0.659 (739-1122)

2006-09

2

Chris Schmidt

187

2007-10

2

Erich Rassow

0.635 (346-545)

2008-present

3

Matt Hargather

169

2004-07

3

Marco Dominic

0.515 (17-33)

4

John Delle Done

135

2003-06

4

Chris Cortina

0.485 (284-586)

5

Jeff Price

124

2007-10

5

Darren Mattis

0.420 (21-50)

2003

6

Brandon Harvey

99

2003-06

6

Chris Stahl

0.379 (74-195)

2002-04

7t

Kyle Denhoff

98

2009-present

7

Mark Schnobrich

0.329 (48-146)

2003-06

7t

Scott Bowen

98

2007-10

8

Andrew Sugar

0.325 (38-117)

2004

9

Ryan Schmidt

94

2009-present

9

Mike Roberts

0.321 (18-56)

2002

10

Matt St. Croix

70

2002-03

10

Brandon Harvey

0.269 (7-26)

2003-06

2010 2003-06

Goals Against Average (min. 120 attempts) 1

Dan Serafine

7.30

2008-10

2

Jon Cortina

7.74

2007-10

3

Brian Cummings

8.57

2004-07

4

Matt Nirelli

10.76

2002-03

5

Joe Alonge

13.44

2002-05

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