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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE ALL-SPORTS SCORECARD

26 NCAA National Championships 11 Men’s Golf 9 Baseball 4 Women’s Golf 1 Men’s Basketball 1 Softball 16 NCAA National Runner-Up Finishes 13 NCAA National Third-Place Finishes 7 NCAA National Fourth-Place Finishes 52 NCAA Regional Championships 221 NCAA Post-Season Appearances 12 NCAA Individual National Champions 14 NCAA Individual Post-Season Appearances 125 Sunshine St. Conf. Regular Season Titles 32 Sunshine St. Conf. Postseason Titles 11 National Players of the Year 467 All-Americans 178 1st Team All-Americans 90 2nd Team All-Americans 50 3rd Team All-Americans 52 Honorable Mention All-Americans 5 Freshman All-Americans 35 Academic All-Americans 57 All-American Scholars 6 SSC Female Athletes of the Year 10 SSC Male Athletes of the Year 1,076 All-Sunshine State Conference honorees

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT Florida Southern College is committed to educational excellence and is a selective, comprehensive, private, United Methodist college with a strong liberal arts core and signature programs. The College enrolls a talented student body and includes an accomplished faculty who are dedicated to teaching excellence. Outstanding opportunities for engaged learning, student-faculty collaborative research and performance, service learning, study abroad, and honors study are distinctive features of the academic program at Florida Southern. The College offers exceptional student life programs, including a championship athletic program.

The Frank Lloyd Wright designed Water Dome

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE

Founded by the United Methodist Church in 1883, Florida Southern is the oldest private college in the state of Florida. With an enrollment of approximately 1,800 students, Florida Southern offers more than 50 undergraduate majors and distinctive graduate programs in business administration, education and nursing. Florida Southern is listed in the prestigious Fiske Guide To Colleges, the nation’s top-selling college guide, and annually is ranked in the Forbes magazine, Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report listing of the nation’s best colleges. Studies show that approximately 94% of Florida Southern graduates are working full-time or are enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation. Situated on the north shore of scenic Lake Hollingsworth, Florida Southern is home to the world’s largest single-site collection of architecture by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, including the recently refurbished Water Dome. The 100-acre campus also features a number of other outstanding facilities – the 2,500-seat George W. Jenkins Field House (for basketball and volleyball); Barnett Field (for softball and soccer); the 1,800-seat Branscomb Auditorium; 11 residence halls (all wired to the Internet); the Robert A. Davis Performing Arts Center; the Roux Library; and the Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center, which includes a state-of-the-art fitness center, recreational facilities and an NCAA competition-size outdoor swimming pool. Located in Lakeland (pop. 93,000), Florida Southern is in the heart of dynamic and growing central Florida and is only about an hour’s drive from the major metropolitan areas of Tampa and Orlando. Such well-known attractions as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Epcot Center, Sea World, Cypress Gardens and Busch Gardens are only a short drive from campus. Major League Baseball’s Detroit Tigers make Lakeland their annual spring training home and several other big league teams train in the nearby area. Money magazine has ranked Lakeland among the top “Best Places To Live” for medium sized southern cities. Some of Florida Southern’s prominent alumni include professional golfers Lee Janzen and Rocco Mediate; Jim France, chairman of International Speedway Corp. (which owns Daytona International Speedway) and vice chairman of NASCAR; Publix Super Markets, Inc. Vice Chairman Barney Barnett and Florida Supreme Court Justice Fred Lewis.


Florida Southern College

FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE MEN’S LACROSSE QUICK FACTS LOCATION.................................................................................. Lakeland, Florida FOUNDED............................................................................................................ 1883 ENROLLMENT.................................................................................................. 1997 TYPE . ........................................................................ Liberal Arts, Co-Educational NICKNAME............................................................................................... Moccasins COLORS........................................................................................ Scarlet and White MEMBERSHIP........................................................................... NCAA Division II CONFERENCE........................... Deep South Conference (for Lacrosse only) PRESIDENT................................................................................... Dr. Anne B. Kerr DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS............................................................ Pete Meyer ASSOC. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR / SWA..................................Marie Scovron ASST. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR...............................................................Al Green FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE...................Malcolm Manners EQUIPMENT MANAGER.............................................................. Ronnie Akins ATHLETIC TRAINERS.........................Al Green, Kelly Cox, Brian Simerville SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR....................................... Bill Turnage ASST. SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR..................... Tim Carpenter SPORTS INFORMATION INTERN................................. Thomas Chasanoff

TEAM QUICK FACTS

2010 Men’s Lacrosse

TABLE OF CONTENTS FSC All-Sports Scorecard................................Inside Front Cover Quick Facts........................................................................................... 1 Deep South Conference.................................................................... 1 Florida Southern College.................................................................. 2 College President, Dr. Anne B. Kerr ............................................. 3 Athletic Director, Pete Meyer ......................................................... 3 Head Coach Rory Whipple.............................................................. 4 Assistant Coaches Marty Ward & Max Whipple........................ 5 Winningest NCAA Div. 2 Coaches (by wins, by perc.)............ 5 Player Profiles................................................................................ 6-10 Miscellaneous Records.................................................................... 10 2009 Statistics/Results.................................................................... 11 Single Game Records.................................................................12-13 Series Records.................................................................................... 14 Directions to Florida Southern College......................................15 Bryant Stadium..................................................................................15 2010 Roster......................................................................................... 16 Team Photo........................................................... Inside Back Cover 2010 Schedule...................................................................Back Cover

Head Coach ............................. Rory Whipple (Cortland State-NY ‘76) Record at Florida Southern....................................... 4-6, (1 years) Overall Career Record..................................... 224-166 (27 years) Assistant Coaches......................................... Marty Ward, Max Whipple 2009 Record................................................................................................ 4-6 2009 DSC Record............................................................................ 1-4 (5th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost.......................................................... 7 / 17 Starters Returning/Lost........................................................................ 6 / 4 2009 Team Most Valuable Player...................... Andrew Almansberger

PHONE DIRECTORY Athletics Department....................................................... (863) 680-4244 Rory Whipple, Head Coach............................................. (863) 680-4254 Marty Ward, Assistant Coach.......................................... (863) 680-4254 Max Whipple, Assistant Coach....................................... (863) 680-4254 Bill Turnage, Sports Information Director.................. (863) 680-4256 Turnage Home Phone................................................ (863) 701-8437 Tim Carpenter, Assistant Sports Info. Director..........(863) 680-3955 Thomas Chasanoff, Sports Info. Intern........................ (863) 680-4256 Sports Hotline (Scores)......................................................(863) 680-3954 Sports Hotline (Toll-free) . ............................................. (800) 825-mocs SID Fax Machine.................................................................(863) 680-3953 FSC Athletic Web-Site.........................................................www.fscmocs.com Conference Web-Site........................... www.sunshinestateconference.com CREDITS: Player profiles written by Thomas Chasanoff, FSC Sports Information. Guide designed by Wayne Koehler, FSC Information Services. Individual and team photos by Andy Meng, Stageshot Photography. Player profile action photos by Andy Meng and Wayne Koehler.

THE DEEP SOUTH CONFERENCE The Moccasins compete in the Deep South Conference which is a lacrosse-only conference consisting of six schools with Florida Southern, Rollins and Saint Leo belonging to the South Division and Catawba, Mars Hill and Wingate (all located in North Carolina) making up the Northern Division. The first and second rounds of the Deep South Conference Tournament are held April 13 and 15 with the #2 seed in each division hosting the #3 seed with the winner advancing to face the #1. The two division winners would then compete in the DSC Championship game on April 18 at Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina. 1


2010 Men’s Lacrosse

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Florida Southern College Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Child of the Sun”

The Danforth Chapel is one of two chapels on campus designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

The Thad Buckner Building is home to the Frank Lloyd Wright “Child of the Sun” Visitor Center.

The Water Dome, first completed in 1948, was remodeled to its original design and was dedicated on October 25, 2007.

Florida Southern is home to the world’s only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed planetarium.

Frank Lloyd Wright often visited Florida Southern College during his 20-year relationship with the college.

Founded by the United Methodist Church, Florida Southern College is one of the oldest private colleges in the state, tracing its beginnings to a small seminary in Orlando in 1883. The tie to its founding church has remained constant and is today, a proud part of the College’s heritage and a bright beacon for the future. Florida Southern moved to Lakeland in the heart of Florida’s citrus belt in 1922 and began the construction of a campus that would eventually become a national landmark. The beautiful 100-acre campus, on the north shore of Lake Hollingsworth, includes the world’s largest collection of buildings by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Florida Southern’s West Campus, now known throughout the world, actually had its inception in the mind of Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, president of the college from 1925-1957. In 1935 he conceived the idea of an ultra-modern campus, designed by the world’s leading architect. Ground was broken two years later for the first building in the Wright collection, the

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Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, completed in 1941, was the first of Wright’s designs at Florida Southern College.

Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. What Frank Lloyd Wright created on the campus is amazing. His original work is still as modern and exciting as the newest buildings still on many architect’s drawing boards. It is, perhaps, symbolic that the greatest concentration of his genius should be located at a small, private institution of higher learning. Perhaps he describes it best, “...out of the ground and into the light, a child of the sun...the college of tomorrow.”


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Dr. Anne B. Kerr College President Since her unanimous appointment as its 17th president in 2004, Dr. Kerr has provided Florida Southern College with extraordinary vision and leadership that is enhancing the student experience and increasing the College’s national prominence. Under her guidance, the institution has renewed its commitment to educating the whole person -- academically, socially, spiritually, and physically -- so that students leave prepared to make a positive and consequential impact on our world. Early in her tenure, Dr. Kerr led a comprehensive Strategic Plan designed to enrich all facets of the College’s student-centered culture. She is dedicated to enhancing a student life culture that provides opportunities for active learning and leadership; promoting a scholarly environment where professors have outstanding records of achievement that support innovative, engaged, and personalized instruction; and to strengthening further the College’s outstanding scholar-athlete program that models the highest standards of NCAA Division II athletics.

Pete Meyer Director of Athletics In 2008-09, Pete Meyer served his first year as the Director of Athletics at Florida Southern College. Named to the position Feb. 21, 2008, he officially assumed his duties July 1, 2008, when Lois Webb retired. Since 1972, he is just the fourth person to occupy the position of athletics director at Florida Southern - following Hal Smeltzly (1972-2000), Mike Roberts (2000-01) and Webb (2001-08). Meyer was the Moccasins’ head baseball coach from 2002

through 2008. In the fall of 2008, Meyer was given the additional title of Dean of Wellness, as the operation of the Hollis Wellness Center as well as the the water ski program and campus intramurals also fall under his direction. Meyer, who has been at Florida Southern since 1998, had served as assistant athletics director for Webb since February of 2006, in addition to maintaining his baseball coaching duties. In his position as assistant athletics director, he was responsible for acquiring major gifts for the athletic department that included funding and equipment for the athletics weight room and upgrading the baseball and men’s basketball locker rooms. He coordinated all of the athletic department’s fundraising efforts, coordinated athletic facilities and served as game administrator for various home events. He also served as Florida Southern’s representative on the Sunshine State Conference

2010 Men’s Lacrosse As part of her quest for excellence, Dr. Kerr commissioned a master plan that outlines the College’s vision for the campus and includes numerous facility transformations. These include the newly completed Barnett Residential Life Center and the soon-to-be completed state-of-the-art Christoverson Humanities Building, both designed by world-renowned architect Robert A. M. Stern; TuTu’s Cyber Café in the Roux Library and the adjacent McKay Archives Center; the expansion of wireless Internet access, campus-wide technology upgrades, and the Rinker Technology Center, currently under construction; renovations to the student dining facility and residence halls; as well as a restoration of our world renowned Frank Lloyd Wright designed campus. Prior to assuming the presidency at Florida Southern, Dr. Kerr was Vice President for Advancement at both Rollins College and the University of Richmond. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Mercer University and her master’s and doctoral degrees from the Florida State University. She has held a number of community volunteer leadership roles and currently serves on the boards of SunTrust Bank Central Florida and All Saints’ Academy. An avid supporter of the arts, she is the current president of the Board of Trustees of the Polk Museum of Art. She is in the first year of her term as president of the Sunshine State Conference. She and her husband Dr. Roy Kerr have a fifteen-year-old son Ed. Roy Kerr has authored two books about baseball entitled “The Loving of the Game” (2007) and “Sliding Billy Hamilton: The Life and Times of Baseball’s First Great Leadoff Hitter” (2009).

Marketing Committee. As baseball coach, Meyer spent six full seasons as head coach, keeping the Moccasin program among the elite in NCAA Division II. In 2005, he guided the Moccasins to their ninth NCAA Division II national title with a 51-11 record and was the American Baseball Coaches Association Division II Coach-of-the-Year. In addition to his national coaching honors from the ABCA, Meyer also was South Region, Sunshine State Conference and Florida Diamond Club (scouting organization) Coach-of-the-Year. His head coaching record at Florida Southern was 257-111-1, while his overall record as a head coach was 296-141-1. Thirty-four Moccasin baseball players were drafted or signed professional contracts during Meyer’s tenure at FSC. Before officially assuming the reigns of head coach, Meyer had served for over three years as Florida Southern’s top assistant coach under Chuck Anderson. He also was the program’s recruiting coordinator. Prior to joining the FSC coaching staff, Meyer spent five seasons at Valdosta State, working under the legendary head coach, Tommy Thomas. Before his stint at Valdosta State, Meyer was head baseball coach at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, where he coordinated the start of the school’s Division III baseball program in 1991. He served as a graduate assistant at Valdosta State from 1988-90, while earning his M. Ed. in physical education. A four-year baseball letterman at the College of Wooster in Ohio, Meyer graduated in 1987 with a B.A. in speech communication. Meyer is married to the former Julie Newnum. The couple has three children, 21-year old Ross, 19-year old Mitchell and 18-year old Megan.

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2010 Men’s Lacrosse

Florida Southern College

HEAD COACH RORY WHIPPLE Starting his second season at Florida Southern in 2009-10, Rory Whipple looks to continue to build the men’s lacrosse program into a successful one, as he did at three other colleges. In the Moccasins’ first season of NCAA competition in 2008-09, Whipple guided his non-scholarship program to a 4-6 record and was just one win away from making the Deep South Conference Tournament. Whipple officially began his duties at Florida Southern on June 1, 2008, after coaching the previous year at Vero Beach High School.  He has an overall collegiate coaching record of 224-165 in 27 seasons as a head coach. Whipple was men’s lacrosse coach at Bryant University (R.I.) for seven seasons, starting the program in 2000 and producing a 75-39 record during that time. Fifteen Bryant players earned All-America honors during his tenure.  After posting a 7-7 record in its inaugural season, Bryant went on to enjoy six straight winning seasons under Whipple’s direction.  His teams were nationally ranked in Division II each of his seven seasons there. Before going to Bryant, Whipple was the men’s lacrosse coach at Hartwick College (N.Y.) for 12 years.  He took over that program in 1987 and became the most successful coach in the program’s history, producing 10 straight winning seasons and an overall record of 11465.  He took Hartwick to its first NCAA tournament berth in 1995. Prior to taking over the Hartwick program, Whipple coached the Clarkson University (N.Y.) men’s lacrosse team for seven seasons, setting the school record for wins with a 10-5 record in 1986.  At the same time, he also was the head wrestling coach at Clarkson. Whipple also has had extensive international lacrosse experience.  In 1993 he traveled to Japan with a group from the U.S. to work development programs in that country.  In 1994 he was named head coach of the Iroquois National Team and led the squad to a fifth-place finish at the World Lacrosse Championships in England.  He also coached the team at the Commonwealth Games in Vancouver that year. He returned to Japan in 1996 as a coach of the Iroquois National Team for the Under-19 World Championships.  In 1999 he coached the Under-19 Iroquois Junior National Team to a bronze medal in the World Games in Australia.  In 2002, he was an assistant coach for the Iroquois National Team that placed fourth in the 2002 World Championship in Australia. A 1976 graduate of Cortland State (N.Y.), Whipple played on the Cortland State 1975 NCAA Division II championship lacrosse team.  He also earned All-America honors in wrestling at Cortland State and twice was named the team’s most valuable wrestler. He and his wife, Judy, have one daughter, Kristie, and two sons, Max and Conor. 

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THE WHIPPLE FILE AS Head Coach 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Clarkson University Clarkson University Clarkson University Clarkson University Clarkson University Clarkson University Clarkson University 7 Seasons

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

Hartwick College Hartwick College Hartwick College Hartwick College Hartwick College Hartwick College Hartwick College Hartwick College Hartwick College Hartwick College Hartwick College Hartwick College 12 Seasons

5-8 10-5 9-7 9-6 12-5 13-3 11-5 8-5 12-3 8-7 11-3 6-8 114-65

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Bryant University Bryant University Bryant University Bryant University Bryant University Bryant University Bryant University 7 Seasons

7-7 10-6 12-6 12-5 12-5 11-6 11-5 75-40

2009 Florida Southern College 1 Season

4-6 4-6

Career (27 Seasons)

3-8 3-8 1-10 3-10 7-5 4-9 10-5 31-55

224-165


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2010 Men’s Lacrosse

ASSISTANT COACH MARTY WARD

ASSISTANT COACH MAX WHIPPLE

Marty Ward, a two-time All-America selection at Limestone College, is in his first season as assistant lacrosse coach at Florida Southern College. He will be the top assistant to head coach Rory Whipple. Ward was a goalkeeper for four seasons at Division II power Limestone, which compiled a 55-9 record during his career. He was an honorable mention All-America selection in 2005 and 2007. Limestone reached the NCAA semifinals all four years of his career. Twice the Saints lost in the semifinals to eventual champion Lemoyne (2006 and 2007) and twice they lost in overtime in the title game (11-10 to Lemoyne in 2004 and 14-13 to New York Tech in 2005). A graduate of Corcoran High School in Syracuse, N.Y., Ward was a two-time team captain for Limestone and a three-time all-conference selection. In 2006 he was the MVP of the Deep South Conference Tournament. Also in 2006 he was the starting goalkeeper for the Iroquois Nationals program that finished fourth at the 2006 World Lacrosse Championship and he was rated second in the nation in saves. In 2007 he was named Player of the Year in the Carolinas Virginia Athletic Conference. “I’ve known Marty since he played in the 2006 World Championship,” Whipple said. “I also watched him play when he was at Limestone. He’s a person of strong character and will bring a lot of energy and outstanding knowledge of goal tending and defensive concepts to our program. He’s going to do an excellent job as our defensive coordinator.”

Max Whipple is in his first season as assistant lacrosse coach at Florida Southern College. He will be working with head coach Rory Whipple, his father, and top assistant coach Marty Ward. Whipple began his collegiate career at Bryant University, which compiled a 21-11 record during his career there. Whipple played midfielder for the Bulldogs and did face-offs and has the second highest face-off winning percentage at Bryant University with .757. He graduated from Bryant University in

2008. With one season of eligibility remaining, Whipple was a member of the inaugural lacrosse team at Florida Southern last year, where he helped the team to a 4-6 record. He started all 10 games for the Mocs and finished the season with a face-off percentage of .601, which is the highest in school history. He also led the team with 63 ground balls. His efforts earned him an All-Deep Southern Honorable Mention Award in 2009. Whipple is currently pursuing his master’s degree in business administration at Florida Southern College.

WINNINGEST ACTIVE DIV. 2 COACHES BY WINS

WINNINGEST ACTIVE DIV. 2 COACHES BY PERCENTAGE

Minimum 5 years as a NCAA head coach; Includes record at four-year colleges only through 2009

Minimum5 years as a NCAA head coach; Includes record at four-year colleges only through 2009

Coach, Team

Yrs

Record

Pct.

1. Rory Whipple, Fla. Southern

27

224-165

.576

2. Jack Kaley, New York Tech

17

185-33

3. Mike Cerino, Limestone

19

4. Dan Sheehan, Le Moyne

Yrs

Record

Pct.

1. Jack Kaley, New York Tech

17

185-33

.849

.849

2. Dan Sheehan, Le Moyne

12

158-33

.827

163-87

.652

3. John Jez, C.W. Post

5

55-16

.775

12

158-33

.827

4. Chris Ryan, Mercyhurst

9

95-29

.766

5. Jim Murphy, Bentley

17

138-96

.590

5. Tim Boyle, Dowling

9

78-41

.656

6. Jim Fritz, Queens (NC)

21

130-145

.473

6. Mike Cerino, Limestone

19

163-87

.652

7. Paul Calkins, So. New Hampshire

21

100-153

.395

7. Jim Murphy, Bentley

17

138-96

.590

8. Chris Ryan, Mercyhurst

9

95-29

.766

8. Rory Whipple, Fla. Southern

27

224-165

.576

9. Joe Catalanotti, Molloy

12

93-70

.571

9. Joe Catalanotti, Molloy

12

93-70

.571

12

88-72

.550

10. Sonny Ziegler, Wingate

6

47-38

.553

10. Dave Carty, Pace

Coach, Team

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#2 ANDREW ALMANSBERGER

#11 COREY BROWN

Sophomore • Goalie Orlando, FL

As a freshman (2009): 2009 Team MVP … One of five Moccasins to start all 10 games … helped lead team to a 4-6 record …. finished the year with a .570 save percentage and allowed an average of 9.97 goals per game ... ranked 5th in the Deep South Conference for save percentage … had double digits in saves eight times … had career high in saves with 23 in a 4-9 loss to Mars Hill … HIGH SCHOOL: 2008 graduate of Freedom High School ... four-year performer in lacrosse and two-year performer in wrestling at Freedom ... first-team all-metro and second-team alldistrict selection in lacrosse ... named to school’s honor roll … PERSONAL: Born July 8, 1990 ... son of Kurt and Joan Almansberger ... majoring in physical education. YR ‘09

GP GS 10 10

MIN 595

GA 99

GAA SV PCT. 9.97 131 .570

W L T 4 6 0

Shots 355

#45 MATT BERNARD Freshman • Middle Naples, FL

High School: Graduated from Gulf Coast High School (2009) ... Played lacrosse for three seasons under coach Adrian Allen … PERSONAL: Born: May 29, 1991 … Son of Joe and Mary Kay Bernard … Has two younger brothers (Michael-16 and Jake-14) and one younger sister (Anne-13) … Undeclared major.

Freshman • Attacker Clayton, NY

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Indian River Central (2009) … played four seasons of lacrosse … named to First team All-North in 2008 … two-time lacrosse MVP … all time point leader at high school … member of National Honor Society … graduated with honors … PERSONAL: … Born: December 5, 1990 … Son of Jay and Kim Brown … Has one brother (Chris) … Physical Education major.

#8 SEABROOKE CARTER Sophomore • Middle Annapolis, MD

As a freshman (2009): Played in eight games (started six) … lead the Moccasins with 18 goals and 24 points …. ranked 7th in Deep South Conference in goals per game … career high seven goals and eight points in 15-14 win over Grand Canyon … finished with 22 ground balls … PRIOR TO FSC: Transferred to FSC from Wesley College in Dover, DE ... played in all but one game, started nine for Wesley last season ... had six goals, one assist and 12 ground balls … HIGH SCHOOL: 2006 graduate of Broadneck High School in Annapolis, MD ... played lacrosse at Broadneck … PERSONAL: Born July 8 1987 ... son of Lou Carter ... majoring in marketing. YR ‘09

GP GS 8 6

6

SH 50

SOG 35

GB 22

PEN 2

MIN 1.0

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from East Catholic High School (2009) … played four years of lacrosse and football … had 34 points (12 goals and 22 assist) … PERSONAL: Born: August 5, 1991 … Son of Mary and Robert Downes III … Has one younger brother (Henry-16) … Sport Management major.

#35 KEVIN FEDOTOV Sophomore • Defense Palm Coast, FL

#28 BRIAN BOSSE

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Lake Howell High School (2009) … played three seasons of Lacrosse under coach Jeff Myers … Mr. Hustle Award winner in 2008 and 2009 … Honor Roll all four years of High School … PERSONAL: Born: June 16, 1991 … Son of Tim and Maurie Bosse … Has one younger sister (Carly-14) … Sport Management major.

PTS 24

Freshman • Attacker Tolland, CT

Freshman • Goalie St. Louis, MO

Freshman • Middle Oviedo, FL

A 6

#47 BOBBY DOWNES

#3 MATT BIERMAN

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Parkway North High School in Missouri (2009) ... Played lacrosse all four years under coach Tony Cecil ... First-Team All-State in 2008 and 2009 ... team MVP in 2008 and 2009 ... team captain for three years … PERSONAL: Born: July 5, 1990 ... Son of Robert and Judy Bierman ... Has one older sister (Ashley-23) ... Sport Management major.

G 18

As a freshman (2009): Played in all 10 games (started 9) … had 19 groundballs … HIGH SCHOOL: 2008 graduate of Matanzas High School ... voted team’s most improved lacrosse player as a senior … PERSONAL: Born November 1, 1989 ... son of Fedoto and Oksana Fedotov ... majoring in biology. YR ‘09

GP GS 10 9

G 0

A 0

PTS 0

SH 0

SOG 0

GB 19

PEN 4

MIN 4.0


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2010 Men’s Lacrosse

#19 EDDIE FERCHLAND

#42 BRAD HOEFER

Freshman • Attacker Seldon, NY

Sophomore • Middle Houston, Texas

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Centereach High School (2009) … played four seasons of lacrosse under coach Mike Massari … 2009 Coach’s Award and Most Improved ... PERSONAL: Born: June 11, 1991 … Son of Edward and Katrina Ferchland … Has one younger brother (Michael-17) and two younger sisters (Heather-15 and Haley-14) … Undeclared major.

PRIOR TO FSC: Transfer from Saint Andrews Presbyterian College … Played one year of Lacrosse for coach Mike Lawson … Graduated from Freedom High School (2008) … PERSONAL: Born: March 8, 1990 … Son of David and Diana Hoefer … Has one younger sister (Elizabeth-17)… Math major.

#18 CAM HOLDING

#10 JON FREDA

Junior • Attacker Lansing, MI

Sophomore • Middle Merrick, NY

As a freshman (2009): Played in all 10 games (started nine) … third on team with 25 ground balls … season high five ground balls in 7-6 loss to Hartwick … finished year with eight goals and four assists … HIGH SCHOOL: 2008 graduate of Calhoun High School in Merrick, NY ... played lacrosse, soccer and basketball at Calhoun ... served as captain of all three teams ... all-county selection in lacrosse and soccer … PERSONAL: Born July 8, 1990 ... son of Richard and Laurie Freda ... major not yet declared. YR ‘09

GP GS 10 9

G 8

A 4

PTS 12

SH 46

SOG 24

GB 25

PEN 1

MIN 1.0

#31 PATRICK FURDON Freshman • Middle Houston, TX

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Clear Lake High School (2009) … played four years of lacrosse … 2008 All-District Honorable Mention …. 2009 All-State selection … 2009 stats: 47 goals, 27 assist, and 51 ground balls … PERSONAL: Born: November 7, 1990… Son of John and Tammie Furdon … Has one older brother (Jonathan-23) and one older sister (Emili-21)… History/Secondary Education major. YR ‘09

GP GS 8 0

G 1

A 1

PTS 2

SH 6

SOG 4

GB 5

PEN 0

MIN 0.0

PRIOR TO FSC: Transfer from Grand Valley State University … played two seasons under coach Murle Grecr … 2009 MCCA Pre-Season Player of the Year … PERSONAL: Born: October 10, 1989 … Son of Dave and Leigh Ann Holding … Has one brother (Lee) and two sisters (Kirsty and Randi)… Sport Management major.

#6 ADAM ISMAEIL Sophomore • Middle Middletown, NY

PRIOR TO FSC: Transfer from Springfield College … played in nine games for Springfield College … third on team in faceoffs and faceoff percentage with .545 … played one season of football …. 2009 Pilgrim League All-Academic team … graduated from Minisink Valley High School (2008) … PERSONAL: Born: February 23, 1990 … Son of Mahmoud and Cecily Ismaeil … Has one brother (Robert-38) and three sisters (Noura-23, Jenna-18, and Andrea-40) … Business major with a minor in Sport Management.

#24 CHASE JUELICH Sophomore • Defense Cooper City, FL

As a freshman (2009): All-Deep South Conference Honorable Mention … One of five Moccasins to start all 10 games … second on team with 26 ground balls … career high six ground balls in 18-9 win over Medaille … four goals and an assist … had second highest shooting percentage with .500 … HIGH SCHOOL: 2008 graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas High School ... attended Cooper City High School as a freshman and sophomore ... four-year performer in lacrosse ... three-year performer in football ... captain of lacrosse team as a junior and senior ... first-team all-district and second-team all-conference selection in lacrosse as a sophomore … PERSONAL: Born May 13, 1989 ... son of John and Maria Juelich ... majoring in business. YR ‘09

GP GS 10 10

G 4

A 1

PTS 5

SH 8

SOG 6

GB 26

PEN MIN 12 11.0

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2010 Men’s Lacrosse #40 MIKE KELLY Freshman • Middle Naples, FL

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Boone High School (2009) … played four years of lacrosse under coach Elliott Whitton … PERSONAL: Born: June 20, 1991 … Son of John and Cyndi Kelly … Has one younger brother (Carson-16) … Business major.

#23 BOBBY LANDECK Freshman • Defense Boca Raton, FL

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Pope John Paul II High School (2009) … played football and lacrosse … 2009: first team All-District, first team All-County, and All-American … PERSONAL: Born: September 27, 19990 … Son of Shawn and Bud Landeck … Has one older brother (David-27) and one older sister (Danielle-23) … Finance major.

#39 ARTIE LANG Freshman • Middle Delray Beach, FL

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Boca Raton Community High School (2009) … played four years of lacrosse … 2008 first team all-district … 2009 first team All-District and team MVP … two years varsity captain … PERSONAL: Born: March 21, 1991 … Son of Darlene Lang and Brian Tarr … Athletic Training major.

#20 ADAM LONG Freshman • Defense Casselberry, FL

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Lake Howell High School (2009) … played four seasons of lacrosse under coach Jeff Myers … 2009: Second-team All Central Florida and team’s Most Valuable Defender … PERSONAL: Born: March 10, 1991 … Son of Art and Susan Long … Has one brother (Brandon) and one sister (Candice) … Nursing major.

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Florida Southern College #33 DJ LUBS

Freshman • Defense Rockford, MI HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Rockford High School (2009) … played three seasons of varsity lacrosse for coach Tim Murray … three-time All-Conference player … First-team All-State (2008 and 2009) … 2009 First-team All-American … PERSONAL: Born: November 15, 1990 … Son of Roger and Carol Lubs … Has three brothers (Phil-26, Ben-25, and Michael-13) and two sisters (Katye-22 and Jenna-13) … Athletic Training major.

#12 JORDAN MANGER Freshman • Middle Nesconset, NY

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Sachem North High School (2009) … played four years of lacrosse and soccer … team MVP in 2007 … PERSONAL: Born: October 10, 1991 … Son of Vincent and Michele Manger … Has one younger sister (Casey-13) … Physical Education with teacher certification major.

#21 AJ MONTELEONE Freshman • Middle Stony Brook, NY

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Ward Melville High School (2009) … played three years of football and lacrosse … 2009 All-Division and team leadership award … PERSONAL: Born: October 24, 1991 … Son of Albert and Luann Monteleone … Has one older sister (Samantha-21) … Business major.

#41 JOHN MULLANEY Freshman • Middle Greenwich, RI

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Bishop Hendricken High School (2009) … played four years of lacrosse and football … one season of basketball … made honor roll three times … PERSONAL: Born: March 17, 1991… Son of John and Eileen Mullaney … Has two younger brothers (Daniel-13 and Michael-12) … Undeclared major.


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#38 MIKE MURTHA

#29 AUSTIN PULIDO

Graduate Student • Goalie Bay Shore, NY PRIOR TO FSC: Played at Sacred Heart University … PERSONAL: Born: July 14, 1987 … Son of Mike and Lisa Murtha… Has one younger brother (Brandon-20) and one younger sister (Taylor-14) … MBA degree.

#13 JEFF NAGLE

Freshman • Attacker Oviedo, FL

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Hagerty High School (2009) … played four years of football and lacrosse … MVP of team 2009 … 2009 All-District Team … 2009 All-Conference Honorable Mention … PERSONAL: Born: January 1, 1991… Son of Denise Pulido… Has one sister (Ali) … Undeclared major.

#15 BRIAN ROSSETTI

Freshman • Defense Annapolis, MD

Graduate Student • Middle Peachtree City, GA

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Broadneck Senior High School (2009) … played football, track, golf, and lacrosse … coaches pick firstteam All-County … Capital Gazzette All-County … PERSONAL: Born: April 15, 1991 … Son of Cathy and Robert Nagle … Undeclared major.

PRIOR TO FSC: Played lacrosse at Georgia State University for coach Wes Speaks … Dean’s List freshman year ... PERSONAL: Born: November 29, 1986 … Son of Linda and David Rossetti … Has a twin brother (Patrick-23) and one older sister (Sarah-25) … MBA degree.

#9 SPENCER NELMS

#7 BRYAN SBRIGLIA

Freshman • Attacker Tempe, Arizona

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Corona Del Sol High School (2009) … Played four years of lacrosse under coach Craig Ferdlmes … 2006-2007 AYLL all star … PERSONAL: Born: May 27, 1990 … Son of Lee and Norma Nelms … Business major.

#36 SPENCER PARRY Freshman • Defense Loxahatchee, FL

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Palm Beach Gardens High School (2009) … played four years of lacrosse and soccer … Academic All-American …. Second-team All-State in Florida … member of the 2008 Florida State Championship team … graduated top 5% of class … PERSONAL: Born: May 7, 1991 … Son of Doug and Pamela Parry … Has one brother (Tyler) and one sister (Kelsey) … Computer Science and Math major.

#37 CHRIS PORTER Freshman • Defense Altamonte Springs, FL

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Lyman High School (2009) … played four years of lacrosse for coach Sean O’Dell … 2008-2009 second-team All-Conference … PERSONAL: Born: February 22, 1991 … Son of Kristen Porter … Biology major.

Junior • Attacker Hartly, DE

As a sophomore (2009): Played in nine games (started five) … had five goals and one assist … season-high two goals in 15-14 win over Grand Canyon … PRIOR TO FSC: Transferred to FSC from Delaware Tech in Dover ... scored 30 goals with 19 assists in 2008 for Delaware Tech … HIGH SCHOOL: 2007 graduate of Caesar Rodney High School in Camden, DE ... four-year performer in lacrosse at Caesar Rodney ... scored 25 goals with seven assists as a junior ... had 31 goals and 18 assists as a senior to earn all-conference recognition … PERSONAL: Born February 8, 1989 ... Son of Christopher and Michelle Sbriglia ... majoring in accounting. YR ‘09

GP GS 9 5

G 5

A 1

PTS 6

SH 14

SOG 7

GB 13

PEN 1

MIN 0.5

#26 SPENCER SCOTT Freshman • Middle Pittsburgh, PA

HIGH SCHOOOL: Graduated from Upper Saint Clair High School (2009) … played four years of football and lacrosse … 2008-2009 AllConference selection … 2008-2009 All WPSLA Midfield ... PERSONAL: Born: August 29, 1990 … Son of Mark and Fran Scott … Has one younger brother (Connor-16) and one younger sister (Lucy-12) … Physical Education major.

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#43 ANDREW THEOBALD

#1 WESLEY VENTURINO

Graduate Student • Defense Roswell, GA

PRIOR TO FSC: Played lacrosse at Georgia State University for coach Wes Speaks … PERSONAL: Born: October 5, 1986 … Son of Linda and Dave Theobald … Has two sisters (Megan and Amy) … MBA degree.

#17 JACKSON VAN YAHRES Freshman • Attacker Charlotte, NC

PRIOR TO FSC: Transfer from Queens College … Graduated from Quarter Valley High School (2005) … played lacrosse under coach Johnathon Sadd and Bill Marcotte … twice named team MVP … second-team All-Division in 2005 … PERSONAL: Born: October 16, 1986 … Son of Keith and Elizabeth Van Yahres … Has sister (Elisa) … Business major.

Sophomore • Attacker Ocoee, FL

As a freshman (2009): Played in all 10 games for the Moccasins (started one) … had twenty ground balls … season-high four ground balls twice against Mars Hill and Grand Canyon … HIGH SCHOOL: 2008 graduate of Ocoee High School ... played lacrosse and football at Ocoee ... first-team All-Metro and All-District selection in lacrosse … PERSONAL: Born July 29, 1989 ... son of Jay Venturino ... majoring in chemistry. YR ‘09

GP GS 10 1

G 0

A 1

PTS 1

SH 6

SOG 2

GB 20

PEN 4

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Quickest goal 0:55, by Devin Peirce vs. Salem State (3/14/09) Quickest goal allowed 1:18, vs. Grand Canyon (3/6/09) Quickest back-to-back goalS 0:25, vs. Grand Canyon (3/6/09, 3rd quarter) 12:48 - Seabrooke Carter (Nick Papagikos) 12:23 - Seabrooke Catrer (Nick Papagikos) Quick back-to-back goal given up 0:02, by Saint Leo (4/4/09, 2nd quarter) 1:54 - Joe Guerin (Benjamin Brigham) 1:52 - Luke Baruch (Benjamin Brigham) Biggest Comeback 4, vs. Grand Canyon (3/6/09) trailed 0-4 at 3:59 (1st quarter)

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Largest Lead 13, vs. Medaille (3/16/09) led 17-4 at 7:13 (4th quarter) Most goals in a quarter 9, vs. Grand Canyon (3/6/09) Most goals in a quarter (combined) 14 goals, vs. Grand Canyon, 3rd quarter (3/6/09) (FSC 9, GCU 5) Quickest penalty 0:26, vs. Limestone (3/18/09) First Goal in history: Nick Papagikos vs. Hartwick (2/4/09) assisted by Chase Juelich

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(4-6, 1-4) - FLORIDA SOUTHERN 2009 MEN’S LACROSSE (4-6, 1-4) |-----------------------------SHOTS-----------------------------| |-------GOALS-------| |------FACEOFFS------| PLAYER GP GS G A PTS SH SH% SOG SOG% GW UP DN GB W L PCT PEN MIN Carter, Seabrooke 8 6 18 6 24 50 .360 35 .700 1 3 0 22 0 0 .000 2 1.0 Papagikos, Nick 10 8 15 3 18 36 .417 28 .778 2 4 0 10 0 0 .000 4 3.0 Brown, Justin 10 3 8 9 17 34 .235 27 .794 0 2 0 16 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Nippert, Stefan 10 0 7 9 16 38 .184 27 .711 0 3 0 16 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Peirce, Devin 10 10 11 1 12 48 .229 30 .625 0 2 0 16 0 0 .000 6 4.0 Freda, Jon 10 9 8 4 12 46 .174 24 .522 1 4 0 25 1 1 .500 1 1.0 Heckle, Cason 10 1 9 2 11 45 .200 28 .622 0 0 0 24 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Sbriglia, Bryan 9 5 5 1 6 14 .357 7 .500 0 0 0 13 0 0 .000 1 0.5 Juelich, Chase 10 10 4 1 5 8 .500 6 .750 0 0 0 26 0 0 .000 12 11.0 Hurm, Jon 9 8 2 0 2 3 .667 3 1.000 0 1 0 11 1 1 .500 7 6.0 Furdon, Jon 8 0 1 1 2 6 .167 4 .667 0 0 0 5 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Whipple, Max 10 10 0 1 1 9 .000 6 .667 0 0 0 63 134 89 .601 1 0.5 Venturino, Wes 10 1 0 1 1 6 .000 2 .333 0 0 0 20 0 0 .000 4 2.0 Haire, Chris 9 1 0 1 1 4 .000 3 .750 0 0 0 4 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Reynolds, Brett 4 0 0 1 1 3 .000 2 .667 0 0 0 2 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Rouch, Ray 10 4 0 1 1 2 .000 1 .500 0 0 0 23 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Brisco, Jon 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 2 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Fedotov, Kevin 10 9 0 0 0 0 .000 0 000 0 0 0 19 1 2 .333 4 4.0 Rademaker, Travis 8 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 3 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Meurer, Josh 3 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Davis, Richard 5 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Sklut, Brian 5 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 3 0 0 .000 0 0.0 Doyle, James 8 5 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 4 0 0 .000 1 1.0 Almansberger, Andrew 10 10 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 16 0 0 .000 0 0.0 FLORIDA SOUTHERN 10 88 42 130 353 .249 233 .660 4 19 0 344 137 93 .596 43 34.0 OPPONENTS 10 103 55 158 358 .288 234 .654 6 11 2 348 93 137 .404 80 69.0 |------GOAL AVERAGE------| GOALKEEPERS GP GP MIN GA GAAvg. Almansberger, Andrew 10 10 595:52 99 9.97 Rademaker, Travis 1 0 5:58 4 40.22 FLORIDA SOUTHERN 10 601:50 103 10.27 OPPONENTS 10 601:50 88 8.77 GOALS BY PERIOD Florida Southern Opponents

1st 10 30

2nd 26 26

3rd 30 26

4th OT TTL 22 0 88 20 1 103

SHOTS BY PERIOD Florida Southern Opponents

1st 68 111

2nd 84 80

3rd 103 85

4th OT TTL 98 0 353 80 2 358

SOG BY PERIOD Florida Southern Opponents

1st 38 72

2nd 56 57

3rd 68 57

4th OT TTL 71 0 233 49 2 234

SAVES BY PERIOD Florida Southern Opponents

1st 42 28

2nd 28 30

3rd 31 38

4th OT TTL 29 1 131 49 0 145

Clears: Fla. Southern: 208-247 (.842); Opponents: 193-243 (.794) Man-Up Opps: Fla. Southern 18-65 (.277); Opponents: 12-38 (.316)

|---SAVES---| |--RECORD--| SV PCT W L T 131 .570 4 6 0 0 .000 0 0 0 131 560 4 6 0 145 .622 6 4 0

SHOTS FACED 355 3 358 352

• • • RESULTS • • •

(Overall: 4-6; Conf: 1-4; Home: 4-4-0; Away: 0-2-0; Neutral: 0-0; OT: 0-1-0) DATE 2/04 3/04 3/06 3/11 3/14 3/16 3/18 3/21 4/04 4/11

OPPONENT HARTWICK WINGATE* GRAND CANYON ROLLINS* SALEM STATE MEDAILLE LIMESTONE MARS HILL* Saint Leo* Catawba*

W/L L L W W W W L L L L

FS OP 6 7 OT 6 12 15 14 11 5 9 2 18 9 6 19 4 9 5 16 8 10

Goalie Almansberger (0-1) Almansberger (0-2) Almansberger (1-2) Almansberger (2-2) Almansberger (3-2) Almansberger (4-2) Almansberger (2-3) Almansberger (2-4) Almansberger (2-5) Almansberger (2-6)

*Deep South Conference Game

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SINGLE GAME RECORDS GOALS SCORED 7 Seabrooke Carter vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 6 Nick Papagikos vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 4 Seabrooke Carter at Catawba (4/11/09) 3 Cason Heckle vs. Limestone (3/18/09) 3 Devin Peirce vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 3 Jon Freda vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 3 Cason Heckle vs. Wingate (3/4/09) 2 by several

GROUND BALLS 12 Max Whipple vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 10 Max Whipple vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 10 Max Whipple vs. Wingate (3/4/09) 10 Max Whipple vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) 8 Max Whipple vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 7 Andrew Almansberger vs. Wingate (3/4/09) 7 Cason Heckle vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) 6 Chase Juelich vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 6 Kevin Fedotov vs. Rollins (3/11/09) FACEOFFS WON 21 Max Whipple vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 20 Max Whipple vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 17 Mac Whipple vs. Wingate (3/4/09) 15 Max Whipple vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 14 Max Whipple vs. Limestone (3/18/09)

Justin Brown had a team season-high 5 assists in the Mocs’ 18-9 win over Medaille on March 16, 2009. The 18 goals scored and the 9-goal margin of victory were also team season best totals. ASSISTS 5 Justin Brown vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 3 Seabrooke Carter vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 3 Stefan Nippert vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 2 Jon Freda vs. Salem State (3/14/09) 2 Nick Papagikos vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 2 Justin Brown vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 1 by several POINTS 8 5 4 4 3

Seabrooke Carter vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) Seabrooke Carter at Catawba (4/11/09) Jon Freda vs. Salem State (3/14/09) Stefan Nippert vs. Rollins (3/11/09) by several

SHOTS 11 10 10 9 8 8 8 7 7 7

Jon Freda vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) Seabrooke Carter vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) Cason Heckle vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) Jon Freda vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) Seabrooke Carter at Catawba (4/11/09) Devin Peirce vs. Salem State (3/14/09) Sebrooke Carter vs. Rollins (3/11/09) Justin Brown vs. Medaille (3/16/09) Cason Heckle vs. Wingate (3/4/09) Max Whipple vs. Hartwick (2/04/09)

SHOTS ON GOAL 8 Seabrooke Carter vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 7 Nick Papagikos vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 6 Seabrooke Carter at Catawba (4/11/09) 6 Seabrooke Carter vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 6 Devin Peirce vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 6 Devin Peirce vs. Salem State (3/14/09) 6 Max Whipple vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) 6 Cason Heckle vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) 6 Justin Brown vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) 5 by several

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PENALTY MINUTES 4:00 Chase Juelich at Saint Leo (4/04/09) 2:00 Chase Juelich at Catawba (4/11/09) 2:00 Chase Juelich vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 2:00 Jon Hurm vs. Wingate (3/4/09) 1:30 Jon Hurm vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 1:00 by several GOALIE SAVES 23 Andrew Almansberger vs. Mars Hill (3/21/09) 17 Andrew Almansberger vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 16 Andrew Almansberger at Catawba (4/11/09) 15 Andrew Almansberger vs. Salem State (3/14/09) 14 Andrew Almansberger vs. Limestone (3/18/09) GOALIE MINUTES PLAYED 61:50 Andrew Almansberger vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) 60:00 by several

GOALS SCORED 18 vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 15 vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 11 vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 9 vs. Salem State (3/14/09) 8 at Catawba (4/11/09) ASSISTS 10 vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 9 vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 6 vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 4 vs. Salem State (3/14/09) 3 at Catawba (4/11/09) 3 vs. Limestone (3/18/09) POINTS 28 24 17 13 11

vs. Medaille (3/16/09) vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) vs. Rollins (3/11/09) vs. Salem State (3/14/09) at Catawba (4/11/09)

SHOTS 54 51 47 36 34

vs. Medaille (3/16/09) vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) vs. Rollins (3/11/09) vs. Wingate (3/4/09)

SHOTS ON GOAL 39 vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 33 vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) 30 vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 29 vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 21 vs. Salem State (3/14/09) GROUND BALLS 59 vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 46 vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) 40 vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 37 vs. Mars Hill (3/12/09) 37 vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 37 vs. Wingate (3/4/09) 31 vs. Limestone (3/18/09) FACEOFFS WON 23 vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 21 vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) 17 vs. Wingate (3/4/09) 15 vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 14 vs. Limestone (3/18/09) PENALTIES 7 vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 6 vs. Wingate (3/4/09) 6 vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) 5 vs. Salem State (3/14/09) 4 at Saint Leo (4/04/09) 4 vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 4 vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) PENALTY MINUTES 5:30 vs. Rollins (3/11/09) 5:00 vs. Wingate (3/4/09) 4:00 at Saint Leo (4/04/09) 4:00 vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) 3:30 vs. Medaille (3/16/09) 3:30 vs. Salem State (3/14/09) 3:00 vs. Grand Canyon (3/06/09) GOALIE SAVES 23 vs. Mars Hill (3/21/09) 17 at Saint Leo (4/04/09) 16 at Catawba (4/11/09) 15 vs. Salem State (3/14/09) 14 vs. Limestone (3/18/09) GOALIE MINUTES PLAYED 61:50 vs. Hartwick (2/04/09) 60:00 vs. several

Fan support was enthusiastic for the Mocs at their firstever game on Feb. 4, 2009 despite an uncharacteristic game-time temperature of 40 degrees.


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SINGLE SEASON RECORDS SHOTS 50 48 46 45 38

Seabrooke Carter (2009) Devin Peirce (2009) Jon Freda (2009) Cason Heckle (2009) Stefan Nippert (2009)

SHOTS ON GOAL 35 Seabrooke Carter (2009) 30 Devin Peirce (2009) 28 Cason Heckle (2009) 28 Nick Papagikos (2009) 27 Justin Brown (2009) 27 Stefan Nippert (2009) 24 Jon Freda (2009)

Seabrooke Carter led the Mocs with 18 goals in their inaugural season and also added 6 assists for a team-best 24 points.

GAMES PLAYED 10 (11 tied) GAMES STARTED 10 Chase Juelich (2009) 10 Devin Peirce (2009) 10 Max Whipple (2009) 9 Kevin Fedotov (2009) 9 Jon Freda (2009) 8 John Hurm (2009) 8 Nick Papagikos (2009) 6 Seabrooke Carter (2009) 5 James Doyle (2009) 5 Brian Sbriglia (2009) GOALS SCORED 18 Seabrooke Carter (2009) 15 Nick Papagikos (2009) 11 Devin Peirce (2009) 9 Cason Heckle (2009) 8 Justin Brown (2009) 8 Jon Freda (2009) ASSISTS 9 Justin Brown (2009) 9 Stefan Nippert (2009) 6 Seabrooke Carter (2009) 4 John Freda (2009) 3 Nick Papagikos (2009) 2 Cason Heckle (2009) POINTS 24 18 17 16 12 12

Seabrooke Carter (2009) Nick Papagikos (2009) Justin Brown (2009) Stefan Nippert (2009) Jon Freda (2009) Devin Peirce (2009)

PENALTIES 12 Chase Juelich (2009) 7 Jon Hurm (2009) 6 Devin Peirce (2009) 4 Kevin Fedotov (2009) 4 Nick Papagikos (2009) 4 Wes Venturino (2009) 2 Seabrooke Carter (2009) PENALTY MINUTES 11.0 Chase Juelich (2009) 6.0 Jon Hurm (2009) 4.0 Kevin Fedotov (2009) 4.0 Devin Peirce (2009) 3.0 Nick Papagikos (2009) 2.0 Wes Venturino (2009)

GOALS - GAME WINNING 2 Nick Papagikos (2009) 1 Seabrooke Carter (2009) 1 Jon Freda (2009)

GROUND BALLS 63 Max Whipple (2009) 26 Chase Juelich (2009) 25 Jon Freda (2009) 24 Cason Heckle (2009) 23 Ray Rouch (2009)

SAVES 131

Andrew Almansberger (2009)

SAVES PERCENTAGE .570 Andrew Almansberger (2009) RECORD 4-6 Andrew Almansberger (2009) SHOTS FACED 355 Andrew Almansberger (2009) 3 Travis Rademaker (2009) • • • TEAM • • •

GOALS - UP 4 Jon Freda (2009) 4 Nick Papagikos (2009) 3 Seabrooke Carter (2009) 3 Stefan Nippert (2009) 2 Justin Brown (2009) 2 Devin Peirce (2009) 1 Jon Hurm (2009) GOALS - DOWN 0

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 9.97 Andrew Almansberger (2009) 40.22 Travis Rademaker (2009)

Andrew Almansberger played all but 5:58 of the 2009 season in goal for the Mocs. • • • GOALKEEPERS • • • GAMES PLAYED 10 Andrew Almansberger (2009) 1 Travis Rademaker (2009) GAMES STARTED 10 Andrew Almansberger (2009) MINUTES PLAYED 595.52 Andrew Almansberger (2009) 5:58 Travis Rademaker (2009)

GAMES PLAYED - 10 (2009) WINS - 4 (2009) LOSSES - 6 (2009) GOALS SCORED - 88 (2009) ASSISTS - 42 (2009) POINTS - 130 (2009) SHOTS - 353 (2009) SHOTS ON GOAL - 233 (2009) GAME WINNING GOALS - 4 (2009) GOALS UP - 19 (2009) GOALS DOWN - 0 GROUND BALLS - 344 (2009) FACEOFFS WON - 137 (2009) FACEOFFS LOST - 93 (2009) PENALTIES - 43 (2009) PENALTY MINUTES - 34.0 (2009) GOALKEEPING: MINUTES PLAYED - 601.50 (2009) GOALS ALLOWED - 103 (2009) GOALS AGAINST AVG. - 10.27 (2009) SAVES - 131 SAVE PERCENTAGE - .560 SHOTS FACED - 358

GOALS ALLOWED 99 Andrew Almansberger (2009) 4 Travis Rademaker (2009) Max Whipple won 134 faceoffs in 2009 and also led the team with 63 ground balls. FACEOFFS WON 134 Max Whipple (2009) 1 Kevin Fedotov (2009) 1 Jon Freda (2009) 1 Jon Hurm (2009)

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SERIES HISTORY • • • SERIES HISTORY • • • CATAWBA (0-1) 4/11/09 A L

FS OP 8 10

GRAND CANYON (1-0) 3/06/09 H W

FS OP 15 14

HARTWICK (0-1) 2/04/09 H L

FS OP 6 7 OT

LIMESTONE (0-1) 3/18/09 H L

FS OP 6 19

MARS HILL (0-1) 3/21/09* H L

FS OP 4 9

MEDAILLE (1-0) 3/16/09 H W

FS OP 18 9

ROLLINS (1-0) 3/11/09* H W

FS OP 11 5

SAINT LEO (0-1) 4/04/09 A L

FS OP 5 16

SALEM STATE (1-0) 3/14/09 H W

FS OP 9 2

WINGATE (0-1) 3/04/09* H L

FS OP 6 12

* Deep South Conference game

YEAR-BY-YEAR

John Freda scored eight goals and had four assists for the Mocs in 2009.

Nick Papagikos (foreground) is congratulated by Devin Peirce after scoring the Mocs’ first-ever goal at the 12:49 mark in the second period in their season opener on Feb. 4, 2009 against Hartwick. Chase Juelich registered the assist on the goal.

Coach Rory Whipple is the winningest coach in NCAA Division II Men’s Lacrosse with 224 victories. His winning percentage of .576 is eighth best amongst active coaches.

• • • 2009 SEASON • • • DATE 2/04 3/04 3/06 3/11 3/14 3/16 3/18 3/21 4/04 4/11

OPPONENT HARTWICK WINGATE* GRAND CANYON ROLLINS* SALEM STATE MEDAILLE LIMESTONE MARS HILL* Saint Leo* Catawba*

W/L L L W W W W L L L L

FS OP 6 7 OT 6 12 15 14 11 5 9 2 18 9 6 19 4 9 5 16 8 10

Bryan Sbriglia notched five goals and had one assists last season for the Mocs.

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DIRECTIONS TO FSC

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BRYANT STADIUM

From Orlando ... Take I-4 West to exit 33. Turn left off exit and turn right at second stoplight. Continue to major intersection at Memorial Blvd and turn left. Go 1/2 mile to Ingraham Avenue and turn right. Go to McDonald and turn right. Parking lot is on the left, just past Barnett Field. From Orlando Airport ... Take 417 South (toll road) to I-4 West and follow directions above. From Tampa/St. Petersburg/Fort Myers ... Follow I-4 East to Exit 27 (570E, Polk Parkway exit). Go approximately 6.1 miles to Exit 7 (South Florida Avenue - toll: 50 cents). Turn left onto 37N (South Florida Avenue) and go to McDonald Street. Turn right on McDonald and turn go seven blocks to the campus. Park in the second parking lot on the right (Barnett Field). From Palm Beach/Fort Lauderdale ... Take Florida Turnpike north to Yeehaw Junction (Hwy 60). Take Hwy 60 to 98 North to Lakeland. Watch for Grove Park Shopping Plaza and turn left at Crystal Lake and go to Lake Hollingsworth Drive. Turn right and go to Ingraham and turn right. Go to stop sign (McDonald) and turn left. Parking lot will be on the left, just past Barnett Field.

MAP TO BRYANT STADIUM “Home of the Mocs”

The Moccasins play their home matches at the Thomas W. Bryant Stadium located three miles from the Florida Southern College Campus. The stadium is adjacent to Henley Field which serves as the home ballpark for the Moccasin baseball team. Who was Thomas Bryant? ... Thomas Bryant started Lakeland High School’s football program in 1907. He served three terms in the Florida State Legistature and spent 14 years on the Board of Control (which later became the Board of Regents) overseeing the state university system. As part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Works Progress Administration in the 1930s, Bryant sought funding to build a new football stadium for the city of Lakeland. The funding was first approved in 1936 but later canceled. After several years of disappointing trips to Washington, Bryant finally secured $65,000 in federal funds, the stadium was built next to Henley Field, and on Sept. 26, it was dedicated and named in his honor. Florida Gov. Spessard Holland, a graduate of Summerlin Institute in Bartow made the dedication speech at halftime. Along with Moccasin Lacrosse, Bryant Stadium still hosts the Lakeland Dreadnaughts’ home games. Its press box has since been renovated and named in honor of Eric Murray.

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FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2010 MEN’S LACROSSE NO 2 45 3 28 11 8 47 35 19 10 31 42 18 6 24 40 23 39 20 33 12 21 41 38 13 9 36 37 29 15 7 26 43 17 1

NAME Andrew Almansberger Matt Bernard Matt Bierman Brian Bosse Corey Brown Seabrooke Carter Bobby Downes Kevin Fedotov Eddie Ferchland Jon Freda Patrick Furdon Brad Hoefer Cam Holding Adam Ismaeil Chase Juelich Mike Kelly Bobby Landeck Artie Lang Adam Long D.J. Lubs Jordan Manger A.J. Monteleone John Mullaney Mike Murtha Jeff Nagle Spencer Nelms Spencer Parry Chris Porter Austin Pulido Brian Rossetti Bryan Sbriglia Spencer Scott Andrew Theobald Jackson Van Yahres Wesley Venturino

POS G M G M A M A D A M M M A M D D D M D D M M M G D A D D A M A M D A A

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

WGT 170 150 140 140 165 160 175 190 180 175 160 170 185 190 160 150 195 185 170 185 155 165 175 185 180 175 190 175 225 190 140 160 225 170 190

CL So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Gr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Gr. Jr. Fr. Gr. Fr. So.

HOMETOWN Orlando, Fla. Naples, Fla. St. Louis, Mo. Oviedo, Fla. Clayton, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Tolland, Conn. Palm Coast, Fla. Selden, N.Y. Merrick, N.Y. Houston, Texas Orlando, Fla. Lansing, Mich. Middletown, N.Y. Cooper City, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. Delray Beach, Fla. Casselberry, Fla. Rockford, Mich. Nesconset, N.Y. Stony Brook, N.Y. Greenwich, R.I. Bay Shore, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Tempe, Ariz. Loxahatchee, Fla. Altamonte Spgs, Fla. Oviedo, Fla. Peachtree City, Ga. Hartly, Del. Pittsburgh, Pa. Roswell, Ga. Charlotte, N.C. Ocoee, Fla.

FORMER SCHOOL Freedom HS Gulf Coast HS Parkway North HS Lake Howell HS Indian River Cent. HS Wesley College E. Catholic HS Matanzas HS Centereach HS Calhoun HS Clear Lake HS Freedom HS Grand Valley State Springfield College St. Thomas Aquinas HS Boone HS Pope John Paul II HS Boca Raton HS Lake Howell HS Rockford HS Sachem North HS Ward Melville HS Bishop Hendricken HS Sacred Heart U. (Ct.) Broadneck HS Corona Del Sol HS Palm Bch. Gardens HS Lyman HS Hagerty HS Georgia State Univ. Delaware Tech Upper St. Clair HS Georgia State Univ. Queens Univ. (N.C.) Ocoee HS

Head Coach: Rory Whipple • Assistant Coaches: Marty Ward, Max Whipple 16


FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2010 “MOCCASINS” LACROSSE Bottom Row (L-R): Assistant Coach Max Whipple, Artie Lang, Dan Reynolds, Mike Kelly, Matt Bernard, Andrew Almansberger, Bryan Sbriglia, Seabrooke Carter, Matt Bierman, Nate Gorski. Row 2 (L-R): Head Coach Rory Whipple, Brad Hoefer, D.J. Lubs, Jackson Van Yahres, Jordan Manager, Chase Juelich, Bobby Downes, Brian Bosse, John Mullaney, Chris Porter, Athletic Trainer Kelly Cox. Row 3 (L-R): Cam Holding, Patrick Furdon, Adam Long, Kevin Fedotov, A.J. Monteleone, Spencer Scott, Corey Brown, Bobby Landeck, Spencer Nelms, Assistant Coach Marty Ward. Row 4 (L-R): Jeff Nagle, Mike Murtha, Brian Rossetti, Wes Venturino, Spencer Parry, Adam Ismaeil, Matt Leonard, Austin Pulido, Andrew Theobald, Eddie Ferchland, Jon Freda.


2010 Men’s Lacrosse

Florida Southern College FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE 2010 MEN’S LACROSSE SCHEDULE

Day Sat. Tues. Sat. Sun. Fri. Sun. Wed. Sun. Thu. Sat. Sun. Thu. Sat. Sat. Tue. Thu. Sun.

Date Jan. 30 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Mar. 3 Mar. 7 Mar. 11 Mar. 13 Mar. 21 Apr. 1 Apr. 3 Apr. 10 Apr. 13 Apr. 15 Apr. 18

Opponent Jacksonville (exh.) Hartwick (exh.) Rollins* New York Tech Limestone Queens (NC) Wingate* Merrimack Pace Catawba* So. New Hampshire Mars Hill* Pfeiffer Saint Leo* DSC Tourn. (1st Round) DSC Tourn. (2nd Round) DSC Championship

*Deep South Conference Game

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Location Time Jacksonville 1:00 pm Lakeland 7:00 pm Orlando % 4:00 pm Lakeland 4:00 pm Gaffney, SC 3:30 pm Charlotte, NC 12:00 pm Lakeland 7:00 pm Lakeland 2:00 pm Lakeland 7:00 pm Lakeland 1:00 pm Lakeland 2:00 pm Mars Hill, NC 4:00 pm Misenheimer, NC 1:00 pm Lakeland 7:00 pm TBA TBA TBA TBA Salisbury, NC TBA

% Played at Boone High School

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