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COACHING STAFF

2012 Schedule........................................................................... 3

Head Coach............................. Jeff Tambroni (second season)

Head Coach Jeff Tambroni......................................................... 4

Career Record (PSU Record).................................116-47 (7-7)

Assistant Coaches...................................................................... 5

Assistant Coach...........................Peter Toner (second season)

2012 Season Outlook.............................................................. 6-7

Assistant Coach.........................Chris Doctor (second season)

2012 Penn State Roster............................................................. 8

Volunteer Assistant Coach............. David Shriver (first season)

2012 Player Profiles............................................................... 9-35

TEAM INFORMATION

Colonial Athletic Association.................................................... 36 2011 Results............................................................................. 37 2011 Statistics.......................................................................... 38 Penn State In The Pros............................................................. 39 Records............................................................................... 40-42 Honors................................................................................. 43-44 Team Awards....................................................................... 45-46 Year-by-Year Results........................................................... 47-54 All-Time Series Records........................................................... 55 All-Time Lettermen.............................................................. 56-61

Home Field......................Penn State Lacrosse Field (FieldTurf) .................................................................Holuba Hall (indoors) Conference.................................. Colonial Athletic Association 2012 Captains........................................................... Ryan Link ...................................................................Matthew Mackrides .........................................................................Ryan McGarvey 2011 Record.........................................................................7-7 2011 CAA Record.....................................................4-2 (T-2nd) Lettermen Returning/Lost................................................ 23/12 Starters Returning/Lost........................................................ 8/2 Newcomers........................................................................... 15 PROGRAM HISTORY

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

First Year......................................................1913 (99th season)

Men’s Lacrosse Contact

Matt Caracappa

All-Time Record...............................................467-479-8 (.494)

Office Phone

(814) 865-1757

NCAA Appearances........................................... 2 (2003, 2005)

Cell Phone

(814) 777-7805

All-Americans...................................................................... 113

E-Mail mnc5000@psu.edu Fax

(814) 863-3165

Mailing Address

101 Bryce Jordan Center University Park, Pa. 16802

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The 2012 Penn State Men’s Lacrosse Yearbook was compiled,

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person because of age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap,

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2012 SCHEDULE 2012 SCHEDULE

2012 CAPTAINS

JANUARY Sat.

28

ARMY^

1 p.m.

Sat.

4

at

Johns Hopkins^

1 p.m.

Sat.

11

vs.

North Carolina1

1 p.m.

Sat.

18

MICHIGAN

1 p.m.

Sun.

26

at

Notre Dame

1 p.m.

Sat.

3

at

Ohio State

1 p.m.

Sat.

10

DENVER

1 p.m.

Sat.

17

MASSACHUSETTS*

Tue.

20

LEHIGH

7 p.m.

Sat.

24

St. Joseph’s*

1 p.m.

Tue.

27

BUCKNELL

7 p.m.

Sat.

31

VILLANOVA

1 p.m.

Sat.

7

at

Drexel*

2 p.m.

Sat.

14

at

Towson*

Sat.

21

DELAWARE*

Sat.

28

HOFSTRA*

Wed.

2

CAA Semifinals2 TBA

Sat.

5

CAA Final2 TBA

Sat.-Sun. 12-13

NCAA First Round3 TBA

Sat.-Sun.

19-20

NCAA Quarterfinals4 TBA

Sat.

26

NCAA Semifinals5 TBA

Mon.

28

NCAA Final5 TBA

FEBRUARY

MARCH

at

Noon

Ryan Link

APRIL 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. Noon

MAY

Matthew Mackrides

All times ET Home games in CAPS ^ Exhibition game * CAA game 1

Game to be played at KSU Soccer Stadium (Kennesaw, Ga.)

2

Held at higher seed

3

Campus sites

4

Held in either Annapolis, Md., or Philadelphia, Pa.

5

Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)

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HEAD COACH JEFF TAMBRONI WINNINGEST ACTIVE NCAA DI COACHES

Jeff

TAMBRONI

Minimum 100 games Name, School

W

L

Pct.

1. John Desko, Syracuse

162

46

.779

2. Bill Tierney, Denver

299

101

.748

Hobart ‘92 Second Season

3. Dom Starsia, Virginia

329

118

.736

4. David Urick, Georgetown

338

123

.733

RECORD AT PSU: 7-7 OVERALL RECORD: 116-47

5. Dave Pietramala, Johns Hopkins

149

58

.720

6. Jeff Tambroni, Penn State

116

47

.712

Jeff Tamboni will enter his second season as head coach of the Penn State men’s lacrosse team in 2012. The 2011 CAA Co-Coach of the Year, Tambroni led the Nittany Lions to a 7-7 record and their first-ever CAA tournament berth during his first year at the program’s helm. In 2011, eight Nittany Lions garnered All-CAA recognition and freshman goalkeeper Austin Kaut earned Rookie of the Year honors while being named a USILA Honorable Mention All-American. Prior to Penn State, Tambroni spent 10 seasons as head coach at Cornell (2001-10). He guided the Big Red to a 109-40 record and three NCAA Final Four appearances (2007, 2009-10), including the 2009 national championship game. Tambroni was named USILA Division I Coach of the Year following the 2009 season and was tabbed the 2007 and 2009 Field Turf/NCAA Division I Coach of the Year. Tambroni was also the 2004 and 2009 Ithaca Journal Male Coach of the Year and a three-time National Coach of the Week. While at Cornell, Tambroni became the 10th-fastest coach to reach the 100-win mark when he accomplished the feat in his 134th career game in March 2010. During his tenure, his players earned 37 first-team All-Ivy honors, including five Ivy League awards, and three conference Rookie of the Year selections. In addition, 39 players garnered All-America recognition. Prior to serving as Cornell’s head coach, he spent four seasons as a Big Red assistant coach (1997-2000). Tambroni also served as assistant coach at Loyola College in 1997 and at his alma mater, Hobart College, for three seasons. With the Statesmen, he helped the program reach the 1994 NCAA Division III national championship game. A 1992 graduate, Tambroni earned his bachelor’s degree in American studies. He earned first-team All-America honors as a senior and was twice named a second-team All-American (199091). The MVP of the 1990 NCAA title game, Tambroni helped lead the team to back-to-back NCAA championships (1990-91) and left Hobart tied for seventh on the school’s all-time scoring list with 202 points.

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Before embarking upon his collegiate coaching career, Tambroni coached the Heaton Mersey Lacrosse Club of the English Lacrosse Union for one year and served as a visiting coach for the Czech-American Lacrosse Foundation in Prague in the summer of 1996. Tambroni and his wife, Michelle, have three daughters, Carissa, Madison and Ella. Michelle played field hockey at Penn State from 1988-90 and earned All-America honors as a senior.


ASSISTANT COACHES A 2003 graduate of Springfield College, Toner worked as a graduate assistant at his alma mater for two seasons (2004-05). As a player, he

Peter

TONER Springfield ‘03 Second Season

helped lead the Pride to three NCAA tournament appearances. A twotime captain, Toner garnered All-New England honors and was one of two intercollegiate men’s lacrosse players to garner National Strength and Conditioning Association All-America recognition In May 2005, Toner earned his master’s degree from Springfield in physical education with a concentration in athletic administration.

ASSISTANT COACH Peter Toner will enter his second season as an assistant coach with the Penn State men’s lacrosse team in 2012. During his first season, the Nittany Lions went 7-7 and made the CAA tournament for the first time. Prior to Penn State, Toner spent three seasons as associate head coach at Bryant (2008-10), where he served as the team’s defensive and recruiting coordinators. He helped guide the Bulldogs through their transition to Division I as the team went a combined 22-10 during its first two seasons at the nation’s top level. Before working at Bryant, Toner served as head coach of Wheaton College for the 2006 and 2007 seasons. During his first season, the Lyons enjoyed their best campaign in school history as they went 10-6 en route to a berth in the ECAC Division II championship game.

Chris

David

Rutgers ‘07 Second Season

Georgetown ‘11 First Season

ASSISTANT COACH

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH

DOCTOR

Chris Doctor will enter his second season as an assistant coach with the Penn State men’s lacrosse team in 2012. During his first season, the Nittany Lions went 7-7 and made the CAA tournament for the first time. Prior to Penn State, Doctor served as offensive coordinator at Lafayette for four seasons (2007-10). With the Leopards, Doctor assisted with planning daily practices and recruiting. He helped coach seven All-Patriot League players and a league Midfielder of the Year and Rookie of the Year. At Lafayette, Doctor helped coach the nation’s leader in goals per game in 2009 and, in 2010, the team finished among the nation’s top ten in goals per game as Lafayette made the Patriot League tournament for the first time in program history. A four-year letter-winner at Rutgers (2004-07), Doctor earned the team’s Alfred Sasser Award as both a junior and senior for leading the team in assists. During his career, the Scarlet Knights recorded 29 victories in four seasons.

SHRIVER

Former Georgetown attackman David Shriver will enter his first season as volunteer assistant coach in 2012. With the Nittany Lions, Shriver will assist with the offense, working primarily with the extra-man unit and the development of the team’s offensive personnel. A four-year letter-winner for the Hoyas (2008-11), Shriver appeared in 28 career games and totaled eight points (7g, 1a). In high school, the Baltimore native helped lead the Boys’ Latin School to the 2006 MIAA “A” Conference title and a national championship with a perfect 21-0 record. He earned the program’s Gelston Cup, which was presented for unique contributions to the team. A three-sport athlete, Shriver also garnered the Kelly Award for Devotion to Boys’ Latin Athletics and the Team Spirit Award in basketball. Shriver also played one season at the Salisbury School, compiling 46 points (36g, 10a) in 2007.

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2012 SEASON OUTLOOK Following a five-win improvement in 2011, preseason No. 17 Penn State men’s lacrosse looks to build off a 7-7 campaign that saw the program reach the Colonial Athletic Association semifinal round for the first time. Despite suffering a heartbreaking loss in the league playoffs, the Nittany Lions are poised to make even greater strides in head coach Jeff Tambroni’s second season. “I think in the first year there’s an excitement of new beginnings, but there are the challenges of relationship building, teaching a new system and, for the guys, understanding and learning a new system,” said Tambroni. “In the second year, you’re going back into routine. We know each other a lot better in terms of expectations and personalities. I think we’re going to be a much better prepared team earlier in the season.” The 2012 Nittany Lions will feature a veteran group, including eight starters from last year’s squad, which will look to qualify for its third NCAA tournament appearance in program history. Among the returnees include six players who received end-of-year conference laurels, including two-time All-CAA First Team honoree Matthew Mackrides (Newtown Square). Mackrides, along with fellow seniors Ryan Link (Englewood, Colo.) and Ryan McGarvey (Lower Gwynedd), will serve as captains for the 2012 season. Mackrides is the first two-time captain since a trio of Nittany Lions held the role during the 1996-97 seasons. “I think each of our captains provide something different but together they provide great camaraderie and chemistry at the top,” said Tambroni, who was named 2011 CAA Co-Coach of the Year. “We’ve also established a leadership cabinet that’s compiled of seniors, juniors, sophomores and freshmen. They’re excited to set a standard that’s potentially never been done before at Penn State.” Penn State will open the season against sixth-ranked North Carolina in Kennesaw, Ga., Feb. 11.

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As a freshman, Shane Sturgis led the Nittany Lions with 34 points (18g, 16a) and was named to the CAA All-Rookie Team.

ATTACK

Centre, N.Y.) will also be relied upon for secondary scoring.

With all three starters – senior Jack Forster (Jenkintown), Mackrides and sophomore Shane Sturgis (Downingtown) – returning from a season ago, the attack unit boasts a great deal of experience for the Nittany Lions. Sturgis, who was named to the CAA All-Rookie Team, led the team with 34 points (18g, 16a), while Mackrides ranked second (30) and Forster was tied for third (15).

“I think from top to bottom, we have what we believe will be a formidable attack unit,” Tambroni added. “I’m hoping the productivity of that group will propel our offense into a whole different category and take some pressure off our defense.”

Forster will enter his fifth season with the Nittany Lions after losing both the 2008 and 2010 seasons due to injuries. He bounced back in 2011 with 14 goals and one assist and will be looked for greater leadership in his final season. “As you look at Jack Forster coming back from a knee injury, he was a little limited last year,” said Tambroni. “He’s an extremely respected leader of our team and has shown great persistence staying another year to compete and play.” In addition, sophomores Gavin Ahern (Rockville Centre, N.Y./) and Steve Aitken (Wayne) and freshmen Pat Manley (Arnold, Md.) and Bryan Gerrato (Rockville

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MIDFIELD After utilizing a young group of midfielders a season ago, the Nittany Lions will enter the 2012 season with a core of veterans who will propel a much-improved midfield unit. With a mix of key returners and a fresh group of newcomers, the coaching staff expects higher production from the unit this season. “We have a lot of returners who played considerable minutes and a group of players who played several minutes together so we’re hoping the chemistry and productivity will increase,” said Tambroni. “We have a lot of players to choose from and it’s a matter of finding two units that can give us a one-two punch that is needed in the offensive end.” Leading the way for Penn State on the offensive side will be junior Nick Dolik


2012 SEASON OUTLOOK (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.), who tallied 13 points (11g, 2a) a year ago en route to All-CAA Second Team recognition. Classmates Drew Roper (Columbus, Ohio) and Kyle VanThof (Penfield, N.Y.), both of whom played significant minutes during the 2011 season, will also add leadership to the unit. In addition, sophomore Tom LaCrosse (Canandaigua, N.Y.) will be relied upon to provide strong play and leadership as a two-way midfielder. “Our two-way midfield play will be an important facet to our offense and defense this year,” Tambroni stated. “Tom plays with such tenacity and will be an important leader for that unit.” The Nittany Lions will also use a combination of freshmen and attackmen to fill in the gaps, including newcomers Kyle Baier (Auburn, N.Y.), Riley Lasda (Ithaca, N.Y.), Erik Myers (Del Mar, Calif.) and Kyle Zittel (Eden, N.Y.), who have quickly acclimated to learning the team’s system and will battle for time on the first two midfield units. DEFENSE

After losing several key contributors from a season ago, Penn State will look to a largely inexperienced group on defense. “We lost quite a bit of veteran personnel and we have our hands full in creating some chemistry and a lineup that understands the defense,” Tambroni said. “As we move into the spring, a lot of different people played a lot of minutes in practice and competitive scrimmages. McGarvey will anchor the group at the long-stick position and, along with sophomores Kessler Brown (Springfield, Va.), Ryan Mullen (Hatboro) and Ryne Sternberg (Toronto, Ont.) and freshmen JP Burnside (Garden City, N.Y.) and Jack Donnelly (Toronto, Ont.), will form an athletic, intelligent and disciplined group.

the USILA Honorable Mention All-American earned All-CAA First Team and CAA All-Rookie Team recognition and garnered the conference’s Rookie of the Year award. The Morton, Pa., native also led the NCAA in save percentage (.635) and saves per game (13.64) and ranked 10th in goalsagainst average (7.90). “I’m not sure we could have asked any more of a freshman in terms of leadership, ability, save percentage and the role he played within the clear,” said Tambroni. “We hope he’ll continue to grow and become more of a leader on defense, helping all our newcomers to grow under his guidance. We’re very optimistic that he’ll grow as a leader and player, and provide the same amount of impact he had last year.”

One of the strengths of the defense will be the Nittany Lions’ short-stick unit, which will feature Link, junior transfer Travis Crane (Parkville, Md.) and freshmen Michael Richards (Skaneateles, N.Y.) and Taylor Stothoff (Sparks, Md.).

SCHEDULE

GOAL

“Our staff attempted to prepare this year’s schedule because we believe in our team and we believe in the preparation it will provide,” said Tambroni. “When you play against a team that is traditionally in the top 10, you can set a barometer about the standard that needs to be set. It will make them battle-tested and, as long as you can weather the storm, provide great confidence.”

Following a sensational freshman season, Austin Kaut (Morton) will once again stand in net for the Nittany Lions. In 2011,

The Nittany Lions will face a challenging schedule in 2012 with five of their eight non-conference opponents ranked in the USILA preseason top 20.

Penn State will be immediately put the test when it opens the season against sixthranked North Carolina Feb. 11.The Nittany Lions will also host matchups against No. 5 Denver (March 10), No. 10 Villanova (March 31) and No. 12 Bucknell (March 27). Penn State will visit No. 9 Notre Dame Feb. 26. In conference play, Penn State will face four preseason ranked teams, including No. 11 Massachusetts (March 17), No. 14 Hofstra (April 28), No. 19 Delaware (April 21) and No. 20 Drexel (April 7).

Austin Kaut will look to build on a sensational freshman year that saw him earn USILA Honorable Mention All-America honors. GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2011–12

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2012 NITTANY LIONS 2012 PENN STATE NITTANY LION MEN’S LACROSSE ROSTER No Name

Cl

Pos

Ht

Wt

Hometown/Last Team

1

Travis Crane

Jr

M

6-0

180

Parkville, Md./CCBC Essex

2

Conor Baucum

Jr

GK

5-10

155

Chevy Chase, Md./Gonzaga

3

Shane Sturgis

So

A

5-9

158

Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown East

4

Drew Roper

Jr

M

6-2

177

Columbus, Ohio/Worthington-Kilbourne

5

Riley Lasda

Fr

M

6-1

215

Ithaca, N.Y./Ithaca

6

Danny Henneghan

Jr

M

6-1

187

Beverly Hills, Mich./Brother Rice

7

Michael Richards

Fr

M

6-0

153

Skaneateles, N.Y./Skaneateles

8

Tyler Travis

Jr

D

6-0

170

Geneva, N.Y./Geneva

9

Jack Forster

Sr

A

6-0

193

Jenkintown, Pa./LaSalle

10

Matthew Mackrides

Sr

A

5-10

175

Newtown Square, Pa./Malvern Prep

11

Kyle Baier

Fr

M

5-10

150

Auburn, N.Y./Hotchkiss

12

Kyle VanThof

Jr

M

5-11

175

Penfield, N.Y./Penfield

14

Dave Baker

Jr

GK

6-0

190

Havertown, Pa./Haverford

15

Tim Golder

So

A

5-10

165

Cochranville, Pa./Avon Grove

18

Erik Myers

Fr

M

6-2

180

Del Mar, Calif./Salisbury

19

Austin Kaut

So

GK

6-1

205

Morton, Pa./Springfield-Delco

20

Steven Bogert

So

D

5-10

165

Carlsbad, Calif./La Costa Canyon

21

Jack Donnelly

Fr

D/M

6-0

170

Toronto, Ont./The Hill Academy

22

Pat Manley

Fr

A

5-10

165

Arnold, Md./St. Mary’s

23

Ryan Link

Sr

M

6-4

197

Englewood, Colo./Cherry Creek

24

Ryan Mullen

So

D

6-3

190

Hatboro, Pa./Hatboro-Horsham

25

Tom LaCrosse

So

M

5-10

160

Canandaigua, N.Y./Canandaigua Academy

26

Nick Dolik

Jr

M

5-11

196

Bloomfield, Hill, Mich./Brother Rice

27

Ryan McGarvey

Sr

D

6-1

215

Lower Gwynedd, Pa./Penn Charter

28

Kessler Brown

So

D

6-0

180

Springfield, Va./West Springfield

29

Reed Kennedy

Fr

D/M

6-0

190

Marblehead, Mass./The Governor’s Academy

30

Kyle Zittel

Fr

M

6-0

180

Eden, N.Y./Eden

31

Steve Aitken

So

A

6-2

205

Wayne, Pa./Haverford School

32

Bryan Gerrato

Fr

M

5-9

160

Rockville Centre, N.Y./South Side

33

Ryne Sternberg

So

D

5-10

180

Toronto, Ont./Culver Academy

34

John Cugini

Jr

M

5-8

175

Springfield, Pa./Denver

35

Brendan Nave

So

D

6-3

215

Springfield, Pa./Springfield-Delco

36

Dan Marr

Fr

D

6-1

185

Yardley, Pa./Pennsbury

41

Gavin Ahern

So

A

6-1

220

Rockville Centre, N.Y./South Side

42

Eric Davidheiser

Jr

M

6-3

215

Vashon, Wash./The Hill School

43

Taylor Stothoff

Fr

M

5-10

170

Sparks, Md./Boys’ Latin

44

JP Burnside

Fr

D

5-11

190

Garden City, N.Y./Garden City

45

David Spadacene

Jr

D

5-11

203

Bethel Park, Pa./Presbyterian

Head Coach: Jeff Tambroni (Hobart ‘92), second season Assistant Coach: Peter Toner (Springfield ‘03), second season Assistant Coach: Chris Doctor (Rutgers ‘07), second season Volunteer Assistant Coach: David Shriver (Georgetown ‘11), first season

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2012 NITTANY LIONS • CAPTAINS

#23 Ryan

LINK Englewood, Colo. Cherry Creek SENIOR • MIDFIELD

PENN STATE CAREER AS A JUNIOR IN 2011: Appeared in all 14 games and started six contests ... Scored two goals ... Ranked third on the team with 10 caused turnovers and was fourth with 38 ground balls. AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010: Played in 11 games and recorded eight ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009: Appeared in five games and scored two goals ... Added one ground ball.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Was a two-time all-state selection at Cherry Creek High School ... Also played basketball and was an all-state honoree.

PERSONAL: Son of Rob and Sharon Link ... Has an older brother, Tyler, and a sister, Tori.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 14-6 2 0 2 5 .400 38 10 0-0 N/A 4-2:00 2010 11-0 0 0 0 3 .000 9 N/A 0-0 N/A 0-0:00 2009 5-0 2 0 2 5 .400 1 N/A 0-0 N/A 0-0:00

30-6 4 0 4 13 .308 48 N/A 0-0 N/A 4-2:00 GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2011–12

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2012 NITTANY LIONS • CAPTAINS

#10 Matthew

MACKRIDES Newtown Square, Pa. Malvern Prep SENIOR • ATTACK

BEFORE PENN STATE: Two-time All-American at Malvern Prep ... As a senior, named EPSLA Player of the Year ... Earned all-state honors three times and helped lead the team to a state title ... Helped guide the USA Under-19 team to a world championship.

PERSONAL:

PENN STATE CAREER

Son of Michael and Donna Mackrides ... Has three brothers,

AS A JUNIOR IN 2011:

Scott, Marc and Andrew ... Majoring in communication arts and

Appeared and started in all 14 games ... Garnered All-CAA First

sciences.

Team recognition ... Led the team in goals (20), shots (80)and shots on goals (48) and was tied for first in man-up goals (3) ... Ranked second on the team in points (30) and assists (10) and was tied for second in ground balls (39) ... Added five caused turnovers ... Named CAA Co-Player of the Week on April 25. AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010: Played and started all 13 games ... Named an All-CAA First Team honoree ... Led the team in points (44) and goals (36) and ranked second in ground balls (43) ... Recorded two five-goal games AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009: Appeared and started 12 games ... Notched 28 points and a team-best 13 assists ... Ranked fifth on the team with 28 ground balls ... Added one game-winning marker and a man-up goal ... Earned one ECAC Rookie of the Week honor ... Named a preseason ECAC Rookie of the Year.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 14-14 20 10 30 80 .250 39 5 0-0 N/A 6-4:30 2010 13-13 36 8 44 119 .303 43 N/A 0-0 N/A 4-3:00 2009 12-12 15 13 28 79 .190 28 N/A 0-0 N/A 4-4:00 39-39 71 31 102 278 .255 110 N/A 0-0 N/A 14-11:30

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2012 NITTANY LIONS • CAPTAINS

#27 Ryan

McGARVEY Lower Gwynedd, Pa. Penn Charter SENIOR • DEFENSE

PENN STATE CAREER AS A JUNIOR IN 2011: Appeared in and started nine contests ... Ranked fourth on the team in caused turnovers (9) and 10th in ground balls (16). AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010: Played in 13 games and started six contests ... Recorded nine ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009: Appeared in five games.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Four-year letter-winner at Penn Charter ... Twice garnered allleague honors ... Also played football.

PERSONAL: Son of Frank and Babe McGarvey ... Has two brothers, Mike and Kevin ... Majoring in business.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 9-9 0 0 0 0 N/A 16 9 0-0 N/A 8-7:30 2010 13-6 0 0 0 0 N/A 9 N/A 0-0 N/A 2-1:30 2009 5-0 0 0 0 0 N/A 0 N/A 0-0 N/A 0-0:00

27-15 0 0 0 0 N/A 25 N/A 0-0 N/A 10-9:00 GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2011–12

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2012 NITTANY LIONS • RETURNING SENIORS

#9 Jack

FORSTER Jenkintown, Pa. LaSalle SENIOR • ATTACK

Earned All-America honors as both a junior and senior ... Helped guide the team to three straight league titles (2005-07) and a 78-7 record ... Also played football.

PERSONAL: Son of Ron and Sherry Forster ... Ron played lacrosse at Drexel ... Has three brothers, Rob, Kevin and Randy, and one sister, Katie

PENN STATE CAREER

... Rob played on the Penn State men’s lacrosse team from 2006-

AS A JUNIOR IN 2011:

09 ... Majoring in business.

Appeared in 12 games and started 10 contests ... Ranked third on the team in points (15) and goals (14) ... Added two man-up goals ... Collected 15 ground balls and two caused turnovers. AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010: Missed the 2010 season due to injury. AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN IN 2009: Appeared and started 11 games ... Ranked second on the team with 34 points (22g, 12a) ... Added two man-up goals ... Named ECAC Rookie of the Week twice. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008: Missed the 2008 season due to injury.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Four-year starter at LaSalle High School, where he earned all-league recognition each year ... Was a three-time all-state selection ...

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 12-10 14 1 15 59 .237 15 2 0-0 N/A 2-1:00 2010 Did not play due to injury 2009 14-13 26 9 35 73 .356 17 N/A 0-0 N/A 3-2:00 2008 Did not play due to injury 12

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#14 Dave

BAKER Havertown, Pa. Haverford JUNIOR • GOALKEEPER

PENN STATE CAREER AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011: Did not appear in any games. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010: Started all 13 games ... Compiled an 11.56 goals-against average and .481 save percentage ... Collected his first collegiate victory in Penn State’s 13-11 victory against St. John’s March 27 ... Recorded two 17-save games.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Three-year starter at Haverford High School ... Earned team MVP honors as both a junior and senior ... Named the squad’s Most Improved Player following his freshman campaign ... Was team captain as a senior and a 2008 Senior All-Star.

PERSONAL: Son Bill and Melissa Baker ... Majoring in pre-medicine.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS W-L MINS GA GAA SV SV% GB CT 2011 0-0 - - - - - - - 2010 13-13 2-10 648:38 125 11.56 116 .481 35 N/A

13-13 2-10 648:38 125 11.56 116 .481 35 N/A GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2011–12

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#2 Conor

BAUCUM Chevy Chase, Md. Gonzaga JUNIOR • GOALKEEPER

PENN STATE CAREER AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011:

Did not appear in any games.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010:

Played 15 minutes against Duke on March 20.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Four-year starter at Gonzaga College High School in Washington, D.C. ... As a senior, was named team captain ... Earned three straight all-league nods (2007-09) ... Garnered team’s Rookie of the Year as a freshman.

PERSONAL: Son of Dan Baucum and Patricia Murphy ... Majoring in communication arts and sciences. CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS W-L MINS GA GAA SV SV% GB CT 2011 0-0 - - - - - - - 2010 1-0 0-0 15:00 4 16.00 2 .333 0 N/A 14

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#42 Eric

DAVIDHEISER Vashon, Wash. The Hill School JUNIOR • MIDFIELD

PENN STATE CAREER AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011:

Appeared in six games ... Gathered two ground balls.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010:

Appeared in four games.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Played his junior and senior seasons at The Hill School (Pa.) ... As a senior, was team captain and earned all-area laurels ... Was a two-time all-league player ... Recorded 74 goals and 108 assists during high school career ... Also played football and earned allstate recognition.

PERSONAL: Son of Roger and Laura Davidheiser ... Majoring in geology. CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 6-0 0 0 0 5 .000 2 0 0-0 N/A 2-2:00 2010 4-0 0 0 0 0 N/A 0 N/A 0-0 N/A 0-0:00

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#26 Nick

DOLIK Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Brother Rice JUNIOR • MIDFIELD

PENN STATE CAREER AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011: Appeared in all 14 games and started five contests ... Earned AllCAA Second Team recognition ... Ranked fifth on the team with 13 points (11g, 2a) and was second in shots on goal (43) ... Led the conference with a pair of man-down markers and was tied for fifth in conference matches with 5.50 shots per game ... Ranked eighth on the team in ground balls (19). AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010: Played in all 13 games and started six contests ... Earned All-CAA Second Team and All-Rookie Team honors ... Ranked third on the team in goals (21) and points (27) ... Added 13 ground balls ... Recorded at least two points in nine games ... Named CAA Player of the Week and Rookie of the Week on Apr. 19.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Three-year starter at Brother Rice High School ... Was a teammate of classmate Danny Henneghan ... Tallied 170 goals and 91 assists during four-year career ... Helped lead the team to four straight state titles and the 2008 Midwest Championship ... Team captain as a senior.

PERSONAL: Son of Michael and Jill Dolik ... Majoring in business.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 14-5 11 2 13 68 .162 19 0 0-0 N/A 1-1:00 2010 13-6 21 6 27 79 .266 13 N/A 0-0 N/A 1-0:30 16

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#6 Danny

HENNEGHAN Beverly Hills, Mich. Brother Rice JUNIOR • MIDFIELD

PENN STATE CAREER AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011: Appeared in all 14 games and started 12 contests ... Earned AllCAA Second Team honors ... Collected seven points (6g, 1a) ... Led team with 71 ground balls ... In conference games, ranked first in the CAA in ground balls per game (6.17) and third in faceoff percentage (.559). AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010: Played in 11 games and recorded two points (1g, 1a) ... Added nine ground balls and a .500 faceoff percentage ... Scored his first collegiate goal against St. John’s on March 27.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Attended Brother Rice High School with Nittany Lion teammate Nick Dolik ... Served as team captain as a senior ... Helped lead school to four Michigan state titles (2005-09) and the 2008 Midwest Championship ... Tallied 76 career goals ... Was a three-time All-American and all-state selection.

PERSONAL: Son of Michael and Molly Henneghan ... Brother, Charley, played lacrosse at Penn State ... Majoring in business.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT

FO

PCT PEN

2011 14-12 6 1 7 20 .300 71 0 139-266 .523 0-0:00 2010 11-0 1 1 2 2 .500 9 N/A 19-38 .500 0-0:00

25-12 7 2

9

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#4 Drew

ROPER Columbus, Ohio Worthington, Kilbourne JUNIOR • MIDFIELD

PENN STATE CAREER AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011:

Appeared in 12 games ... Collected four ground balls and three caused turnovers.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010:

Played in 11 games and recorded one ground ball.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Three-year starter at Worthington Kilbourne High School ... Earned all-state recognition as a senior ... Tallied 69 goals and 36 assists during four-year career ... Helped lead the team to the 2009 state title ... Was a four-time scholar-athlete.

PERSONAL: Son of Jim and Kim Roper ... Majoring in finance. CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 12-0 0 0 0 6 .000 4 3 0-0 N/A 0-0:00 2010 11-0 0 0 0 0 N/A 1 N/A 0-0 N/A 1-1:00 18

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#8 Tyler

TRAVIS Geneva, N.Y. Geneva JUNIOR • DEFENSE

PENN STATE CAREER AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011:

Appeared in and started one game ... Collected a ground ball.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010:

Did not appear in any games.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Four-year letter-winner at Geneva High School ... Graduated as the school’s all-time leader in ground balls (638) ... Was a fourtime all-league selection ... Helped lead the school to three straight sections titles ... Served as team captain as a senior.

PERSONAL: Son of Brian and Terri Travis ... Majoring in business.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 1-1 0 0 0 0 N/A 1 0 0-0 N/A 0-0:00 2010 0-0 0 0 0 0 N/A 0 N/A 0-0 N/A 0-0:00

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#12 Kyle

VanThof Penfield, N.Y. Penfield JUNIOR • MIDFIELD

PENN STATE CAREER AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011: Appeared in 14 games and started two contests ... Ranked third on the team in assists (7), fourth in points (15) and seventh in goals (8) ... Tied for fifth on the team with one man-up goal ... Scored one game-winning goal ... Added 10 ground balls and one caused turnover. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010: Played in 13 games and started one contest ... Ranked fifth on the team with 15 points (6g, 9a) ... Added 16 ground balls.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Four-year letter-winner at Penfield High School ... Served as team captain as a senior ... Helped guide the team to the 2006 Section V title and played in the 2009 Section V All-Star Game ... Also played football.

PERSONAL: Son of Thomas and Tracy VanThof ... Majoring in advertising. CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 14-2 8 7 15 23 .348 10 1 0-5 .000 1-0:30 2010 13-1 6 9 15 35 .171 16 N/A 1-2 .500 1-0:30 20

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#41 Gavin

AHERN Rockville Centre, N.Y. Southside SOPHOMORE • ATTACK

PENN STATE CAREER AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011:

Appeared in 11 games and totaled nine points (8g, 1a) ... Netted

two man-up markers and recorded five ground balls.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Four-year starter at South Side High School in Rockville Centre,

N.Y. ... Twice garnered honorable mention All-America honors

... Earned all-county and all-conference honors ... Named team

captain as a senior ... Played in the 2009 Hotbeds Tournament

All-Star Game ... Also played football and earned all-conference

honors.

PERSONAL: Son of Mark and Lori Ahern. CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 11-0 8 1 9 26 .308 5 0 0-0 N/A 0-0:00

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#31 Steve

Aitken Wayne, Pa. Haverford School SOPHOMORE • ATTACK

PENN STATE CAREER AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011:

Appeared in four games and collected one ground ball.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Attended Haverford School ... As a senior, led the team with 45

goals and 14 assists en route to a No. 11 national ranking by In-

side Lacrosse ... Recorded 135 points (100g, 35a) during his high

school career ... Also played football and earned all-conference

honors ... Played in the 2009 Under Armour/Team Philadelphia

All-Star Game.

PERSONAL: Son of Bob and Debbie Aitken.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 4-0 0 0 0 0 N/A 1 0 0-0 N/A 0-0:00 22

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#20 Steven

Bogert Carlsbad, Calif. La Costa Canyon SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE

PENN STATE CAREER AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011: Appeared in 12 games and started 10 contests for the Nittany Lions ... Earned CAA All-Rookie Team honors ... Ranked fifth on the team with eight caused turnovers and was sixth in ground balls (31) ... Named CAA Rookie of the Week on April 25 after collecting a team-high seven ground balls in a 13-3 victory against No. 19 Delaware.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Three-year starter at La Costa Canyon ... As a senior, earned AllAmerica honors and was named the California Player of the Year after collecting 116 ground balls and leading the team to a 23-0 record ... Was a two-time California All-Academic Team member ... Also played football.

PERSONAL: Son of Steve and Tracey Bogert. CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 12-10 0 0 0

0 N/A 31 8 0-0 N/A 3-2:30

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#28 Kessler

Brown Springfield, Va. West Springfield SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE

PENN STATE CAREER AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011:

Appeared in two games.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Two-year starter at West Springfield High School ... Earned first-

team all-state recognition ... Helped guide team to a state title

and district championship ... Also played football and ice hockey.

PERSONAL: Son of Melissa Dent.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 2-0 0 0 0 0 N/A 0 0 0-0 N/A 0-0:00 24

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#15 Tim

GOLDER Cochranville, Pa. Avon Grove SOPHOMORE • ATTACK

PENN STATE CAREER AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011:

Appeared in four games and registered one shot.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Four-year member of Avon Grove’s boys’ lacrosse team ... As

a senior, earned All-America, all-league, all-area and all-state

honors ... Was a two-time captain ... Collected 186 career points

(114g, 72a) ... Played in three straight Keystone Games (2007-09)

and attended the 2008 Nike Blue Chip Camp ... Was an honors

student each semester and earned the school’s Academic/Ath-

letic Award.

PERSONAL: Son of Tim and Cathy Golder. CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 4-0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0-0 N/A 0-0:00

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#19 Austin

KAUT Morton, Pa. Springfield-Delco SOPHOMORE • GOALKEEPER

PENN STATE CAREER AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011: Started all 14 contests and led the Nittany Lions to a 7-7 record ... Earned USILA Honorable Mention All-America honors and garnered All-CAA First Team and CAA All-Rookie Team recognition ... Named the conference’s Rookie of the Year ... Led the NCAA in save percentage (.635) and saves per game (13.64) and ranked 10th in goals-against average (7.90) ... Tallied an NCAA-high 25 saves in a 8-7 victory against No. 10 UMass on March 19 ... Added 37 ground balls and two caused turnovers ... Named CAA Co-Player of the Week on March 21 and was a three-time CAA Rookie of the Week selection (Feb. 21, Mar. 7, March 21).

BEFORE PENN STATE: Three-year starter at Springfield-Delco High School ... Attended school with Nittany Lion teammate Brendan Nave ... Earned AllDelco Player of the Year honors as a senior after posting a .710 save percentage, collecting 263 saves and allowing four goals per game ... Named an All-American and garnered all-state recognition ... Captured a league title ... Was a two-time captain ... Earned the school’s Presidential Award.

PERSONAL: Son of Jim and Cheryl Kaut.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS W-L MINS GA GAA SV SV% GB CT 2011 14-14 7-7 835:47 110 7.90 191 .635 37 2 26

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#25 Tom

LACROSSE Canandaigua, N.Y Canandaigua Academy SOPHOMORE • ATTACK

PENN STATE CAREER AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011:

Appeared in all 14 games and started two contests ... Ranked fourth on the team in assists (3), fifth in goals (9) and sixth in points (12) ... Collected eight ground balls and three caused turnovers.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Two-year starter at Canandaigua Academy ... Helped lead the team to the 2009 state title and two section championships ... As a senior, collected 35 goals and 11 assists ... Earned multiple all-league selections ... During four-year career, team went 79-7 ... Also played football and helped the team to the 2008 sectional title.

PERSONAL: Son of Steve and Barb LaCrosse.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 14-2 9 3 12 40 .225 8 3 0-0 N/A 2-1:00

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#24 Ryan

MULLEN Hatboro, Pa. Hatboro-Horsham SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE

PENN STATE CAREER AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011:

Appeared in three games.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Three-time all-league player at Hatboro-Horsham ... Two-time

team defensive MVP ... Collected 15 points (4g, 11a) and 197

ground balls during four-year career.

PERSONAL: Son of Jeff and Deb Mullen ... Was a four-time Distinguished

Honors recipient ... Earned the school’s Principal’s Award and

Lacrosse Student-Athlete Award.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 3-0 0 0 0 0 N/A 0 0 0-0 N/A 0-0:00 28

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#35 Brendan

NAVE Springfield, Pa. Springfield-Delco SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE

PENN STATE CAREER AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011:

Did not appear in any games.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Four-year starter at Springfield-Delco High School with Nittany

Lion teammate Austin Kaut ... Helped lead the team to a league

title ... Earned all-league honors and played in the Under Armour/

Team Philadelphia All-Star Game ... Also played ice hockey.

PERSONAL: Son of Mike and Jackie Nave.

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 N/A 0-0:00

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#33 Ryne

STERNBERG Toronto, Ont. Culver Academy SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE

PENN STATE CAREER AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011:

Appeared in 12 games and started four contests ... Tied for

seventh on team with six caused turnovers ... Gathered seven

ground balls.

BEFORE PENN STATE: Attended Culver Academy (Ind.).

CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 12-4 0 0 0 0 N/A 7 6 0-0 N/A 3-3:00 30

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#3 Shane

STURGIS Downingtown, Pa. Downingtown East SOPHOMORE • ATTACK

PENN STATE CAREER AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011: Started all 14 games ... Named to the CAA All-Rookie Team ... Led the team in points (34) and assists (16) and ranked second in goals (18), seventh in ground balls (21) and 10th in caused turnovers (4) ... Earned CAA Rookie of the Week honors twice (Mar. 14, Apr. 11).

BEFORE PENN STATE: Two-time All-American at Downingtown East ... Was a two-time all-state pick and multi-year all-conference selection ... Helped guide the team to four league titles and the 2007 state championship ... Collected 317 points (158g, 159a) during four-year career ... Played in the 2009 Under Armour Underclassmen Games and the 2009 EPSLA Junior Games ... Also played ice hockey.

PERSONAL: Son of Joe and Tracy Sturgis. CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS G A PTS SH PCT GB CT FO PCT PEN 2011 14-14 18 16 34 59 .305 21 4 0-0 N/A 3-2:30

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#44

Kyle

JP

Auburn, N.Y. Hotchkiss

Garden City, N.Y. Garden City

FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD

FRESHMAN • DEFENSE

BAIER

BURNSIDE

BEFORE PENN STATE:

BEFORE PENN STATE:

Played one postgraduate year at Hotchkiss School (Conn.) ...

Three-year member of the Garden City High School boys’ la-

Earned first-team all-league honors ... Member of the Skaneateles

crosse team ... Was a two-time state finalist (2010, 2011) and

High School boys’ lacrosse team for four seasons (2007-10) ...

Long Island champion (2010, 2011) ... Helped lead the squad to

Named first-team all-league as a senior ... Helped team earn

three straight Nassau County titles (2009-11) ... As a senior, hon-

2007 and 2010 sectional championships.

ored as an All-America finalist ... Earned all-county and all-county academic honors as both a junior and senior.

PERSONAL: Son of Mike and Teri Baier ... Has a brother, Mitch ... Majoring in business ... Born Dec. 17,1991, in Syracuse, N.Y.

PERSONAL: Son of Jim Burnside and Patricia Sharp ... Has a sister, Julia ... Majoring in business ... Born Jan. 14, 1993.

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Travis

John

Parkville, Md. CCBC Essex/Eastern Techincal

Springfield, Pa. Denver/Springfield-Delco

JUNIOR • MIDFIELD

JUNIOR • MIDFIELD

CRANE

BEFORE PENN STATE: Played the 2011 season with The Community College of Baltimore County Essex ... Collected 42 points (26g, 16a) and 52 ground balls ... Named to the NJCAA All-Tournament Team and was a first-team All-American ... Garnered Maryland JUCO Midfielder of the Year honors ... Earned first-team all-region and first-team Maryland JUCO recognition ... Was the offensive MVP of the Region XX tournament... Sat out the 2010 season due to transfer rules ... Appeared in nine games with UMBC in 2009 ... Gathered three ground balls ... Attended Eastern Technical High School ... Earned All-America honors ... Named first-team All-County and All-Examiner ... Helped lead the team to the 2008 Region 1A/2A North championship ... Was a finalist for the C. Markland Kelly Award, presented to the top boys’ lacrosse player in Maryland.

PERSONAL:

Son of Stephen and Peggy Crane ... Has two brothers, Judd and Zachary, and a sister, Courtney ... His uncle, Dave Black, was as four-time All-American at Johns Hopkins ... Born June 21, 1990. 32

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BEFORE PENN STATE: Played at the University of Denver from 2010-11 ... Four-year memebr of the Springfield-Delco boys’ lacrosse team (2006-09) ... Named team MVP as a senior and helped team advance to the state semifinals.

PERSONAL: Son of Ralph and Dee Cugini ... Has one sister, Gina ... Majoring in biology ... Born Nov. 13, 1990 in Philadelphia, Pa.


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Jack

Bryan

Toronto, Ont. The Hill Academy

Rockville Centre, N.Y. Southside

FRESHMAN • DEFENSE/MIDFIELD

FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD

DONNELLY

GERRATO

BEFORE PENN STATE:

BEFORE PENN STATE:

Member of The Hill Academy boys’ lacrosse team ... Served as

Member of the South Side High School boys’ lacrosse team ... Twice named an all-county honoree ... Served as team captain as a senior ... Named South Side Athlete of the Year ... Earned MVP and Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... Also played football, basketball and soccer.

team captain ... Played two seasons with the Toronto Beaches club team.

PERSONAL: Son of Jay and Lorna Donnelly ... Has a brother, Evan ... Majoring in life sciences ... Born April 17, 1992.

PERSONAL: Son of Tony and Lisa Gerrato ... Father, Tony, uncle, Glen, and aunt, Leanne, all played lacrosse at Penn State ... Has two sisters, Sofia and Olivia ... Majoring in business and communications ... Born Oct. 11, 1992.

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Reed

Riley

Marblehead, Mass. The Governor’s Academy

Ithaca, N.Y. Ithaca

FRESHMAN • DEFENSE/MIDFIELD

FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD

KENNEDY

Lasda

BEFORE PENN STATE:

BEFORE PENN STATE:

Played three years at The Governor’s Academy ... Helped

Four-year member of the Ithaca High School boys’ lacrosse team

lead the team to the 2009 and 2011 ISL championship ... As a

(2008-11) ... Earned regional All-America honors and all-section

senior, earned US Lacrosse All-America, The Boston Globe All-

recognition as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Helped lead the

Scholastic and ISL MVP honors ... Garnered league honorable

team to three sectional championships (2009-11) and three re-

mention recognition as a junior ... Was a member of the 2009 ISL

gional titles (2009-11) ... Was a state finalist as a senior.

Tri-Champions.

PERSONAL:

PERSONAL:

Son of Brian Lasda and Leigh Ulrich ... Father, Brian, played la-

Son of Thomas and Helen Kennedy ... Has three brothers, Chase,

crosse and football at Cornell ... Has a brother, Eli, and a sister,

Dylan and Camden ... His brother, Chase, was a member of Holy

Jamie ... Cousin, Geoff, played lacrosse at Princeton ... Majoring

Cross’ track & field team ... Majoring in business ... Born March

in secondary social studies education ... Born Dec. 27, 1992.

2, 1992.

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Pat

Dan

Arnold, Md. St. Mary’s

Yardley, Pa. Pennsbury

FRESHMAN • ATTACK

FRESHMAN • DEFENSE

MANLEY

MARR

BEFORE PENN STATE:

BEFORE PENN STATE:

Four-year member of St. Mary’s High School boys’ lacrosse team

Four-year member of Pennsbury High School boys’ lacrosse

(2008-11) ... As a senior, tallied 19 goals and 12 assists ... Helped

team ... Named team MVP as a senior ... Two-time first-team all-

lead team to an 11-6 record ... Played one season with the Balti-

league defense honoree (2010, 2011) ... Garnered 2009 first-team

more Crabs club team.

all-league long-stick midfielder recognition.

PERSONAL:

PERSONAL: Son of Greg and Kathy Manley ... Father, Greg, and mother, Kathy, both played lacrosse at Loyola ... Has one brother, Jake ...

Son of Warren and Linda Marr ... Has two sisters, Kelsey and Caroline ... Born June 18, 1993 in Langhorne, Pa.

Majoring in business ... Born Oct. 24, 1992.

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#7

Erik

Michael

Del Mar, Calif. Salisbury

Skaneateles, N.Y. Skaneateles

FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD

FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD

Myers

RICHARDS

BEFORE PENN STATE:

BEFORE PENN STATE:

Played four seasons at Torrey Pines High School ... Served as

Four-year member of the Skaneateles High School boys’ lacrosse

team captain as a senior and was named the school’s varsity

team ... As a senior, Named an ESPN Rise Honorable Mention All-

MVP ... Earned US Lacrosse All-America honors ... Played one

American and earned first-team all-league honors ... Garnered

season at the Salisbury School (Conn.).

second-team all-league recognition and helped lead team to a

PERSONAL:

sectional championship as a junior.

Son of George and Mary Myers ... Has two brothers, Justin and

PERSONAL:

Jake ... Justin was a member of the men’s soccer team at Cal and

Son of Craig and Rhonda Richards ... Has two brothers, Mar-

Jake played lacrosse at Cornell ... Born March 9, 1992.

cus and Eric ... Majoring in agricultural sciences ... Born Jan. 21, 1993.

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#43

David

Taylor

Bethel Park, Pa. Presbyterian/Bethel Park

Sparks, Md. Boys’ Latin

JUNIOR • DEFENSE

FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD

SPADACENE

STOTHOFF

BEFORE PENN STATE:

BEFORE PENN STATE:

Member of Presbyterian College’s men’s lacrosse team for two

Played five years at Boys’ Latin High School ... As a senior, served

seasons (2010-11) ... Started all 10 games as a freshman ... Col-

as team captain and named an ESPN Rise Honorable Mention

lected 21 ground balls and a team-high 16 caused turnovers ...

All-American.

Three-year letter-winner at Bethel Park High School ... Earned

PERSONAL:

all-county accolades as a junior.

Son of Scott and Lonnie Stothoff ... Has a brother, Sam, and a

PERSONAL: Son of Joe and Lynn Spadacene ... Has two sisters, Ricci and Sara ... Majoring in employment and labor relations ... Born May

sister, Leah ... Majoring in recreation, parks and tourism management ... Born July 11, 1993.

30, 1988.

#30 Kyle

ZITTEL Eden, N.Y. Eden FRESHMAN • MIDFIELD

BEFORE PENN STATE: Four-year member of Eden High School’s boys’ lacrosse team (2008-11) ... Earned US Lacrosse All-America status as a senior ... Named All-ECIC and All-WNY ... Served as team captain ... Led team to the section finals ... Helped guide team to the 2010 division championship.

PERSONAL: Son of Bill and Terry Zittel ... Father, Bill, played football at Cornell ... Has two brothers, Jason and Michael, and a sister, Kimberly ... Majoring in pre-medicine ... Born Jan. 12, 1993, in Buffalo, N.Y.

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2011 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION IN REVIEW 2011 FINAL STANDINGS Team

First Team All-CAA

Conf. GF GA Overall GF GA

Hofstra

5-1 63 30 13-3 159 105

Austin Kaut, Goalkeeper Morton, Pa.

Massachusetts 4-2 59 54 10-5 149 128 Delaware

4-2 42 50 11-7 168 172

Penn State

4-2

Drexel

3-3 60 58 8-6 158 130

Towson

1-5 50 51 3-10 102 107

Saint Joseph’s

0-6

59

31

45

79

7-7

0-12

114

55

112

Matthew Mackrides, Attack Newtown Square, Pa.

Second Team All-CAA

152 Matt Bernier, Defense

2011 MEN’S LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHP

Drexel Hill, Pa.

Semifinals

Nick Dolik, Attack

Wednesday, May 4 (held at higher seeds)

Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

No. 4 Delaware 10, No. 1 Hofstra 9 No. 3 Massachusetts 10, No. 2 Penn State 9 (OT)

Danny Henneghan, Faceoff Specialist Beverly Hills, Mich.

Championship Saturday, May 7 (Amherst, Mass.)

CAA All-Rookie Team

No. 4 Delaware 9, No. 3 Massachusetts 7 Steven Bogert, Defense

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YEAR-END AWARDS

Carlsbad, Calif.

Jeff Tambroni

Austin Kaut, Goalkeeper

CAA Co-Coach of the Year

Morton, Pa.

Austin Kaut, Goalkeeper

Shane Sturgis, Attack

CAA Rookie of the Year

Downingtown, Pa.

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2011 SEASON RESULTS Date

Opponent

Score

Goals & Assists

Feb. 19

BINGHAMTON

W, 9-7

Goals: Mackrides (3), Sturgis, VanThof, Vosburgh, Dolik, LaCrosse, Lloyd

1-0, 0-0

Assists: Gribbin, Mackrides, Sturgis, VanThof, Vosburgh

Feb. 27

NOTRE DAME

Goals: Mackrides, LaCrosse

1-1, 0-0

Assists: Vosburgh

March 5

OHIO STATE

Goals: Sturgis (2), Gribbin (2), Dolik

1-2, 0-0

Assists: Mackrides, Sturgis, VanThof

March 8

at Villanova

Goals: Sturgis, Mackrides, Gribbin, Vosburgh, Forster

1-3, 0-0

Assists: Sturgis (3), Dolik

March 12

RUTGERS

Goals: Sturgis (4), Vosburgh (3), Forster (2), Mackrides, Ahern

2-3, 0-0

Assists: VanThof (2), Mackrides, Sturgis

March 19

at Massachusetts*

Goals: VanThof (4), LaCrosse (2), Sturgis, Vosburgh

3-3, 1-0

Assists: Ahern, Dolik

March 26

SAINT JOSEPH’S*

Goals: Forster (4), Henneghan (2), Dolik (2), Mackrides, Sturgis, Link, Ahern,

4-3, 2-0

L, 6-2

L, 6-5

L, 17-5

W, 11-6

W, 8-7

W, 14-6

Gribbin, LaCrosse

Assists: Mackrides (3), Sturgis (3), VanThof

March 29

at Bucknell L, 8-6 4-4, 2-0

Goals: Sturgis (2), Mackrides, Link, Dolik, Gribbin Assists: Mackrides, Sturgis

April 2

at Lehigh

Goals: Sturgis (2), Mackrides (2), LaCrosse, Forster, Ahern, Henneghan

5-4, 2-0

Assists: Sturgis (2), LaCrosse

April 9

DREXEL*

Goals: Mackrides (4), Dolik (3), Forster (2), , Vosburgh (2), Henneghan, Sturgis

5-5, 2-1

Assists: Sturgis (3), LaCrosse (2), Forster

April 16

TOWSON*

Goals: Mackrides (2), Dolik, Sturgis, Vosburgh, Henneghan, Lloyd

6-5, 3-1

Assists: G. Brown, Mackrides

April 23

at Delaware*

Goals: Mackrides (4), Ahern (3), Forster (2), VanThof, Dolik, Shankoff, Gribbin

7-5, 4-1

Assists: Henneghan, Mackrides, Sturgis, VanThof

April 30

at Hofstra* L, 9-4 7-6, 4-2

Goals: Ahern (2), Sturgis, LaCrosse Assists: VanThof, Vosburgh

May 4

MASSACHUSETTS

Goals: LaCrosse (2), Forster (2), VanThof (2), Sturgis, Dolik, Henneghan

(CAA Semifinals)

7-7, 4-2

W, 8-7 (OT)

L, 14-13

W, 7-6

W, 13-3

L, 10-9 (OT)

Assists: Gribbin, Mackrides

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Penn State Overall Individual Statistics All games (as of Feb 07, 2012)

2011 SEAON STATISTICS

Overall: 7-7 Conf: 4-2 Home: 4-4 Away: 3-3 Neut: 0-0 ## Player

29 10 9 12 26 25 22 41 21 6 3 23 17 13 4 42 19 15 44 43 40 33 31 30 27 24 20 18 16 11 8 5 2

gp-gs

Sturgis,Shane Mackrides,Matt Forster,Jack Vanthof,Kyle Dolik,Nick Lacrosse,Tom Vosburgh,Colton Ahern,Gavin Gribbin,Billy Henneghan,Danny Lloyd,Billy Link,Ryan Shankoff,Matt Brown,Greg Roper,Drew Davidheiser,Eric Kaut,Austin Golder,Tim Donley,Will Nichols,John Celano,Joe Sternberg,Ryne Aitken,Steve Brown,Kessler Mcgarvey,Ryan Mullen,Ryan Bogert,Steven Brelus,John Davis,Bill Bernier,Matt Travis,Tyler Garrity,Alex Baucum,Conor Total Opponents

## Goalie

19 Kaut,Austin 43 Nichols,John Total Opponents Goals by Period Penn State Opponents Shots by Period Penn State Opponents Shots on Goal Penn State Opponents

g

a

pts

sh

sh% sog sog% up dn

14-14 18 14-14 20 12-10 14 14-2 8 14-5 11 14-2 9 14-3 9 11-0 8 14-2 6 14-12 6 11-0 2 14-6 2 14-2 1 13-2 0 12-0 0 6-0 0 14-14 0 4-0 0 2-0 0 4-0 0 14-0 0 12-4 0 4-0 0 2-0 0 9-9 0 3-0 0 12-10 0 1-0 0 14-14 0 14-14 0 1-1 0 3-0 0 1-0 0 14 114 14 112

16 34 59 10 30 80 1 15 59 7 15 23 2 13 68 3 12 40 3 12 36 1 9 26 2 8 18 1 7 20 0 2 6 0 2 5 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47 161 456 57 169 504

.305 34 .576 0 .250 48 .600 3 .237 39 .661 2 .348 13 .565 1 .162 43 .632 0 .225 19 .475 0 .250 22 .611 1 .308 20 .769 2 .333 10 .556 3 .300 14 .700 0 . 333 3 . 500 0 . 400 3 . 600 0 .500 2 1.000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 .000 3 . 500 0 . 000 1 . 200 0 .000 2 1.000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 .000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 .000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 .000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 .000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 . 000 0 .000 0 . 000 0 .250 276 .605 12 .222 305 .605 17

gp-gs

min

gaavg

14-14 4-0 14 14

835:47 14:36 850:23 850:23

ga

110 2 112 114

7.90 8.22 7.90 8.04

saves

191 2 193 162

t/o

pct

.6 3 5 . 500 .633 . 587

w

7 0 7 7

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

OT OT2 OT3 Total

Saves by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

OT OT2 OT3 Total

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

OT OT2 OT3 Total

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

34 30

24 27

27 31

28 22

115 118 102 113 121 121 145 109 67 82

80 68

60 86

66 64

1 1 3 5

2 3

0 0 5 2

1 1

0 1 0 1

0 1

114 112 456 504 276 305

CLEARS: Penn State -- 197-243 .811, Opponents -- 208-242 .860. MAN-UP OPPS: Penn State -- 12-53 .226, Opponents -- 17-59 .288.

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ct

faceoff

pct

0 21 31 4 0 39 34 5 0 15 14 2 0 10 19 1 0-5 2 19 20 0 0 8 14 3 0 6 12 1 0-3 0 5 3 0 0 9 6 0 0 71 6 0 139-266 0 3 4 0 0 38 9 10 0 7 1 7 0 12 1 6 0 4 3 3 0 2 2 0 0 37 12 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 9 4 1 0 7 3 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 1 9 0 0 1 0 0 31 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 18 5 13 0 39 5 14 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 438 222 97 139-274 0 446 193 122 135-274 l

t

7 0 7 7

0 0 0 0

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

52 33

41 56

55 33

42 38

. 000 . 000 . 523 . 507 .493

pen-min

3-2.5 6-4.5 2-1.0 1-0.5 1-1.0 2-1.0 3-2.5 1-0.5 4-2.0 5-3.5 3-3.0 2-2.0 3-3.0 8-7.5 3-2.5 1-1.0 12-10.5 1-1.0 61-49.5 56-42.0

shots faced

498 6 504 456

OT OT2 OT3 Total

PSU 3944 8/493 0/0

2 1

1 1

0 0

193 162

Opponent 12299 6/2050


PENN STATE IN THE PROS NITTANY LIONS IN THE PROS Player

Team (League)

Drew Adams (‘09)

Long Island (MLL)

Rob Bateman (‘03)

Long Island (MLL)

Matt Bernier (‘11) Art Berry (‘88) Mike Busza (‘95) Tim Conway (‘89)

Denver (MLL) Pittsburgh (MILL) Philadelphia (NLL) Boston (MLL) Pittsburgh (MILL)

Will Cutler (‘05)

Baltimore (MLL)

Dave Daniecki (‘97)

Baltimore (MLL)

Chris Dent (‘88) Will Driscoll (‘02) Chris Garrity (‘03) Greg Gurenlian (‘06) Pat Heim (‘07)

Philadelphia (MILL) Rochester (MLL) Boston (MLL) Chesapeake (MLL) Rochester (MLL) Boston (MLL)

Philadelphia (NLL)

Kevin Keenan (‘99)

Philadelphia (MLL)

Dave King (‘87) Randy Kleinman (‘01)

Baltimore (MILL) Philadelphia (NLL)

Anaheim (NLL)

Jim Laverty (‘91)

Boston (MILL)

Tom Lion (‘84)

Washington (MILL)

Gary Martin (‘84)

Philadelphia (MILL)

J.J. Pearl (‘92)

Drew Adams

Pat Heim

Pittsburgh (MILL)

Baltimore (MILL)

Hamilton Pollard (‘99)

Baltimore (MLL)

Los Angelas (MLL)

Chris Schiller (‘99)

Philadelphia (NLL)

Rochester (NLL)

Rochester (MLL)

Jesse Tarr (‘05)

Philadelphia (MLL)

Matt Vallone (‘01)

Los Angelas (MLL)

Marc Young (‘05)

Philadelphia (MLL)

Tommy Zichelli (‘08)

Washington (MLL)

Chris Garrity

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PENN STATE RECORDS SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

SEASON RECORDS

GOALS

GOALS

Name (Opponent, Date) ...................................................Goals Rich Russo (Montclair State, 4/30/1983)................................. 10 Bill Hess (Pennsylvania, 6/24/1957)........................................... 9 Jim Trenz (Bucknell, 5/9/1972)................................................... 9 Bob Hamel (Hobart, 4/30/1954)................................................. 8 John Behne (Loyola, 4/4/1959).................................................. 8 Tom Hayes (Rutgers, 4/28/1962)................................................ 8 Glenn Thiel (Lehigh, 5/111966)................................................... 8 Jim Trenz (Loyola, 4/19/1972).................................................... 8 Jim Trenz (Rutgers, 4/29/1972).................................................. 8 Steve Schraeder (Gettysburg, 5/16/1961).................................. 7

Name (Season) ..................................................................Goals Bill Hess (1957)......................................................................... 49 Will Driscoll (2002).................................................................... 48 Erik Merkel (1995)..................................................................... 48 Jim Trenz (1972)....................................................................... 42 Gary Martin (1982).................................................................... 42 Bill Hess (1956)......................................................................... 41 Ted Peddy (1990)...................................................................... 41 Scott McKeon (1987)................................................................ 40 Will Driscoll (2001).................................................................... 38 Rich Russo (1983).................................................................... 38

ASSISTS

ASSISTS

Name (Opponent, Date) ................................................ Assists Gary Martin (Bucknell, 5/2/1983)................................................ 9 John Meisel (Lehigh, 5/6/1964).................................................. 8 Ken Edwards (Franklin & Marshall, 4/6/1968)............................ 8 Bill Hess (Adelphi, 4/20/1957).................................................... 7 Ken Edwards (Delaware, 5/18/1968).......................................... 7 Bob Schoeflin (Franklin & Marshall, 4/16/1969)......................... 7 Karl Hurtzig (Lafayette, 5/12/1973)............................................. 7 Gary Martin (Loyola, 4/28/1982; Montclair, 4/30/1983).............. 7

POINTS Name (Opponent, Date) ..................................................Points Gary Martin (Bucknell, 5/2/1983).............................................. 14 Bill Hess (Adelphi, 4/20/1957).................................................. 13 Ken Edwards (Franklin & Marshall, 4/6/1968).......................... 13 Jim Trenz (Bucknell, 5/9/1972)................................................. 13 Bob Hamel (Hobart, 4/30/1954)............................................... 12 Gary Martin (Montclair, 4/30/1982)........................................... 12 Gary Martin (Drexel, 4/21/1982)............................................... 12 Ken Edwards (Delaware, 5/18/1968)........................................ 11 Bob Schoeflin (Franklin & Marshall, 4/16/1969)....................... 11 Jim Trenz (Bucknell, 5/11/1971)............................................... 11

SAVES Name (Opponent, Date) .................................................. Saves Jim Houck (Navy, 4/13/1957)................................................... 40 Joe Guterding (Hofstra, 4/10/1982).......................................... 34 John Divine (Delaware, 4/20/1977)........................................... 30 Dave Wilkinson (Rutgers, 5/16/1959)....................................... 29 Rich Caravella (Penn, 5/7/1976)............................................... 29 Tom Florence (UMBC, 3/30/1983)............................................ 29 Phil Benneditti (Navy, 4/14/1951)............................................. 28 J.J. Pearl (Villanova, 3/17/1990)............................................... 27 E.G. Rall (C.W. Post, 5/4/1985)................................................ 27 Joe Guterding (Hofstra, 4/10/1982).......................................... 27

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Name (Season) ............................................................... Assists Gary Martin (1982).................................................................... 44 Jeff Connor (1988).................................................................... 44 John Meisel (1962)................................................................... 42 Gary Martin (1981).................................................................... 40 Gary Martin (1983).................................................................... 40 Jeff Connor (1987).................................................................... 40 John Hollerbach (1989)............................................................ 38 Ken Edwards (1968)................................................................. 36 Bob Schoeflin (1969)................................................................ 35 Gary Martin (1984).................................................................... 32

POINTS Name (Season) .................................................................Points Gary Martin (1982)....................................................86 (42g, 44a) Jim Trenz (1972).......................................................70 (42g, 28a) Bill Hess (1957).........................................................69 (49g, 20a) Bill Hess (1956).........................................................62 (41g, 21a) Erik Merkel (1995).....................................................61 (48g, 13a) John Hollerbach (1989)............................................60 (22g, 38a) Ken Edwards (1968).................................................59 (23g, 36a) Jeff Connor (1988)....................................................58 (14g, 44a) Gary Martin (1983)....................................................57 (17g, 40a) Greg Jackson (1995)................................................56 (34g, 22a)

SAVES Name (Season) ................................................................. Saves Jim Houck (1957)................................................................... 264 Rich Caravella (1975).............................................................. 237 Burt Houseworth (1958)......................................................... 235 Drew Adams (2009)................................................................ 212 Jim McGoune (1967).............................................................. 210 J.J. Pearl (1992)...................................................................... 205 Vin Tedesco (1963)................................................................. 194 Joe Guterding (1981).............................................................. 194 Don Bell (1955)....................................................................... 193 Chip Robertson (1987)........................................................... 193


PENN STATE RECORDS SAVE PERCENTAGE Name (Season) Joe Guterding (1981) Rich Caravella (1975) Rich Caravella (1976) Joe Guterding (1982) Drew Adams (2009) J.J. Pearl (1992) J.J. Pearl (1990) Austin Kaut (2011) E.G. Rall (1985) Chris Garrity (2000)

FACEOFF PERCENTAGE (min. 500 attempts) GA 64 93 73 95 113 117 108 110 107 52

Saves 194 237 151 191 212 205 188 191 183 90

SV% .752 .718 .674 .668 .652 .637 .635 .635 .631 .630

CAREER RECORDS

GOALS Name (Seasons) ................................................................Goals Will Driscoll (1999-2002)......................................................... 127 Greg Jackson (1994-97)......................................................... 104 Ted Peddy (1988-91).............................................................. 102 Nate Whitaker (2002-06)........................................................ 101 Jim Laverty (1988-91)............................................................... 97 Gary Alex (1974-77).................................................................. 96 Gary Martin (1981-84).............................................................. 96 John Chescavage (1995-99).................................................... 95 John Hollerbach (1986-89)....................................................... 94 Bill Hess (1956-58)................................................................... 93

ASSISTS Name (Seasons) ............................................................. Assists Gary Martin (1981-84)............................................................ 156 Keith McGuire (1974-77)........................................................ 102 Jeff Connor (1984, 87-88)........................................................ 87 John Hollerbach (1986-89)....................................................... 82 Karl Hurtzig (1973-76).............................................................. 80 Greg Jackson (1994-97)........................................................... 77 John Meisel (1962-64).............................................................. 74 Chris Lehman (1990-93)........................................................... 67 Luke Oglesby (2000-03)........................................................... 64 Pete Makover (1990-92, 94)..................................................... 59

Name (Seasons) Attempts Chris Marcus (1990-93) 606 Dave O’Donnell (1993-96) 633 Greg Gurenlian (2003-06) 875 Bill Schoonmaker (1982-85) 601 Kevin Haggerty (1998-2001) 647 Scott Bailor (1989-1992) 534 Tim Conway (1986-89) 548

Wins 395 400 508 352 350 279 271

FO% .650 .630 .580 .580 .540 .520 .490

GROUND BALLS Name (Seasons) ............................................................... Saves Chris Marcus (1990-93).......................................................... 440 Bill Schoonmaker (1982-86)................................................... 347 Chris Dent (1985-88).............................................................. 336 Greg Gurenlian (2003-06)....................................................... 305 Scott Bailor (1989-92)............................................................ 292 Tim Conway (1986-89)........................................................... 268 Bill Turri (1979-82).................................................................. 259 Mike Busza (1992-95)............................................................. 258 Rob Bateman (2001-03)......................................................... 236 Tom Lion (1981-84)................................................................. 201 Dave O’Donnell (1993-96)...................................................... 186 Kevin Haggerty (1998-2001)................................................... 182 Gary Martin (1981-84)............................................................ 175

SAVES Name (Seasons) ............................................................... Saves Drew Adams (2006-09)........................................................... 694 Joe Guterding (1979-82)........................................................ 571 Kevin Keenan (1996-99)......................................................... 564 J.J. Pearl (1989-92)................................................................ 557 Vin Tedesco (1962-64)............................................................ 530 Rich Caravella (1972-73, 75-76)............................................. 510 Chris Garrity (2000-03)........................................................... 444 E.G. Rall (1983-86)................................................................. 425 Chip Robertson (1985-88)...................................................... 360 Jim McGoune (1967-69)......................................................... 363

POINTS Name (Seasons) ...............................................................Points Gary Martin (1981-84)..........................................252 (96g, 156a) Greg Jackson (1994-97).......................................181 (104g, 77a) John Hollerbach (1986-89).....................................176 (94g, 82a) Will Driscoll (1999-02)...........................................156 (127g, 29a) Keith McGuire (1974-77)......................................154 (52g, 102a) Chris Lehman (1990-93).........................................143 (76g, 67a) Nate Whitaker (2002-06)......................................141 (101g, 40a) Jim Laverty (1988-91).............................................138 (97g, 41a) Bill Hess (1956-58).................................................134 (93g, 41a) Tom Lion (1981-84).................................................131 (81g, 50a)

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PENN STATE RECORDS Losses season: 11, 2010

TEAM RECORDS Goals, game: 26 vs. Lafayette, 1976 (26-5)

Consecutive wins, season: 8, 1981

Goals, season: 221, 1987

Consecutive wins, two seasons: 11, 1991-92.

Fewest goals, game: 0, 19 times

Consecutive losses, season: 6, 1944, 2010

Goals allowed, game: 29 vs. Navy, 1959

Consecutive losses, three seasons: 13, 1943-45

Goals allowed, season: 166, 1979 (11 games)

Games: 15; 1987, 1989, 1990

Fewest goals allowed, game: 0, (11 times)

Overtime games, season: 3; 1984, 2006

Fewest goals allowed, season: 50, 1948 (11 games)

Scoring average (min. 9 games): 16.2, 1976 (146 goals, 9 games)

Shutouts, season: 2, 1951

Low scoring average (min. 9 games): 4.3, 1960 (43 goals, 10

Last shutout: Colgate, 1967 (7-0)

games)

Last opponent shutout: Maryland, 1967 (0-17)

Opponent scoring average (min. 9 games):

Victory margin: 21, Lafayette (26-5), 1975; Kutztown (25-4), 1990

14.8, 1954 (133 goals, 9 games)

Losing margin: 26 vs. Navy (3-29), 1959

Opponent low scoring average (min. 9 games): 4.7, 1947

Wins, season: 11, 1995

(52 goals,11 games)

The Nittany Lions celebrate their first win -- a 9-7 victory over Binghamton on Feb. 19, 2011 -- under head coach Jeff Tambroni.

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HONORS ALL-AMERICANS Year Player

Pos.

1924 Andy Shaner Hap Frank 1925 Andy Shaner 1926 Bill Wendell 1927 John Belfield Bill Wendell 1934 George Koth 1935 George Koth 1938 Joe Andrukitis 1939 Alex Cowan George Ritter 1940 George Ritter Bart Buser 1941 Al Blair 1942 Bill Ziegenfus Jim Gotwals 1943 Jim Gotwals John Briner Tom Mitchell 1946 John Nolan 1948 John Nolan 1952 John Henry 1954 Al Fulton 1957 Bill Hess 1976 Rich Mauti 1981 Joe Guterding 1982 Joe Guterding 1987 Chris Dent 2003 Rob Bateman

Attack Attack Attack Attack Attack Attack Attack Attack Midfield Defense Midfield Midfield Attack Attack Defense Defense Defense Defense Attack Midfield Midfield Defense Midfield Attack Midfield Goal Goal Midfield Midfield

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS Team 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 1st 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd

USILA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICANS 1993 Chris Marcus 1997 Greg Jackson 2001 Matt Vallone 2003 Matt Zappia 2008 Andrew Mackrides

USILA MAN OF THE YEAR 1945 Nick Thiel 1947 Nick Thiel 1975 Thomas R. Hayes

LACROSSE HALL OF FAME Harry “Lighthouse” Wilson (1963) Nick Thiel (1965) Thomas R. Hayes (1989)

Year 1923 1924 1926 1929 1930 1931 1932 1937 1938 1939 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1953 1955 1956 1957 1958

Player Harry Wilson P.M. Hackett W.H. Helbig O.R. Koth S.B. Minnich K.R. Kaiser O.R. Koth R.F. Carlson R.F. Carlson W.W. McMillen S.E. Cohn H.N. Meyer S.E. Cohn George Ritter Ray Coskery Bill Ziegenfus Tom Mitchell Jim Ritter Bill Hollenbach G.F. Sullivan Art Tenhula Bill Hollenbach Ken Kerwin Art Tenhula Bill Hollenbach Dean Kissell George Locotos Eddie Belfield A.O.“Bud” Thomas Eddie Belfield Joe Drazenovich Robert Louis Paul Raffensberger John Wilcox Dick Shaefer Phil Benedetti Wayne Hockersmith Joe Erwin Bob Hamel Andy Bergson Bob Bullock Bob Hamel Bill Hess Jim Houck John Behne Fred Donahue

Pos. Midfield Attack Midfield Midfield Attack Attack Attack Attack Attack Defense Attack Goal Attack Defense Attack Defense Midfield Midfield Goal Attack Defense Goal Attack Defense Goal Defense Midfield Attack Attack Attack Defense Midfield Midfield Midfield Defense Goal Midfield Attack Midfield Attack Defense Midfield Attack Goal Attack Midfield

Year 1959 1960 1961 1962 1965 1968 1972 1975 1977 1981 1982 1983 1984 1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1999 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Player Bill Hess Burt Houseworth John Behne Dave Erwin Dick Swanson Dave Erwin Dave Erwin Tom Hayes Tom Hayes Chad Moore Dave Thiel Ken Edwards Jim Trenz Rich Mauti Rich Mauti Keith McGuire Bill Turri Bill Turri Gary Martin Tom Lion Gary Martin Chris Dent Art Berry Jim Laverty Paul Gilhool Jim Laverty Jim Laverty Alex Schoonmaker Chris Marcus Alex Schoonmaker Mike Busza Erik Merkel Dave Daniecki Dave Daniecki Hamilton Pollard Chris Schiller Rob Bateman Will Driscoll Chris Garrity Matt Zappia Will Jones Drew Adams Pat Heim Pat Heim Drew Adams Drew Adams

2011

Austin Kaut

Pos. Attack Goal Attack Defense Midfield Defense Defense Midfield Midfield Defense Midfield Attack Attack Midfield Midfield Attack Midfield Midfield Attack Attack Attack Midfield Midfield Midfield Defense Midfield Midfield Defense Midfield Defense Midfield Attack Defense Defense Midfield Midfield Midfield Attack Goal Defense Midfield Goal Midfield Midfield Goal Goal

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HONORS ALL-CAA TEAM Year 2010 2011

Name Team Charley Henneghan First Matthew Mackrides First Chris Hogan Second Matt Bernier Second Nick Dolik Second, Rookie Billy Gribbin Rookie Austin Kaut First, Rookie Matthew Mackrides First Matt Bernier Second Nick Dolik Second Danny Henneghan Second Steven Bogert Rookie Shane Sturgis Rookie

CAA ALL-TOURNAMENT Year Name 2011 Matt Bernier Austin Kaut

Pos. Defense Goal

CAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Year Name 2011 Austin Kaut

Pos. Goal

CAA COACH OF THE YEAR Year Name Record (Conf. Record) 2011 Jeff Tambroni 7-7 (4-2)

ALL-ECAC TEAM Year Name 2000 Mike Herscha Chris Garrity Eric Wood 2001 Mike Herscha Kevin Haggerty Will Driscoll 2002 Will Driscoll Sean Droogan Matt Zappia Rob Bateman 2003 Matt Zappia Nate Whitaker Luke Ogelsby Marshall Feldman Chris Garrity Rob Bateman 2004 Nate Whitaker Matt O’Malley 2005 Pat Heim Jesse Tarr Nate Whitaker 2006 Drew Adams Nate Whitaker Dan Saltsman Pat Heim Brian Boyle Greg Gurenlian 2007 Drew Adams Pat Heim Dan Saltsman 44

Team Second Second Second First Second Second First Second Second Second First Second Second Second Second Second First First First First Second First First First First Second Second First First First

Brian Boyle 2008 Drew Adams Andrew Mackrides 2009 Chris Hogan Drew Adams

Second First Second First First

ECAC COACH OF THE YEAR Year Name Record (Conf. Record) 2005 Glenn Thiel 9-6 (5-1)

ECAC ALL-ACADEMIC Year Name(s) 2001 Matt Zappia, Mike Kern, Ted Holmes, Carson Yoder, Matt Vallone 2002 Matt Zappia, Brian Mabry 2003 David Smith, R.J. Charles, Matt Zappia, Brian Mabry, B.J. Donovan, Edmond Perry, Brendan De Bow

ECAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Year Name 2002 Will Jones 2006 Drew Adams

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ECAC GOALIE OF THE YEAR Year 2006 2007 2008

Name Drew Adams Drew Adams Drew Adams

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Year 1990 1990 2006 2010

Name Jim Laverty Tom Lion Chris Garrity Chris Schiller

Year 1992 1996 2008

Name Mike Busza Chris Lamy Mattew Mackrides

GAA SV% 8.25 .603 7.78 .602 7.67 .611

USA WORLD TEAM Pos. Alternate Alternate Goal Midfield

U19 WORLD TEAM Pos. Midfield Defense Attack

NORTH-SOUTH ALL-STARS Year Name 1940 Bart Buser George Ritter 1941 Al Blair 1942 Tom Gotwals Bill Ziegenfus 1943 Bill Briner 1946 Bill Hollenbach John Nolan Art Tenhula 1947 Bill Hollenbach John Nolan Art Tenhula 1949 John Finley Dean Kissell Roger Nestor

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1950 Bob Louis 1951 John Wilcox 1952 John Henry 1953 Wayne Hockersmith 1954 Al Fulton 1956 Bob Bullock Bob Hamel 1958 Fred Donahue 1959 John Behne 1961 Dave Erwin 1962 Andrew Lockhart 1965 Dave Thiel Chad Moore 1966 Glenn Thiel Greg Wacker 1969 Jim McGuone 1970 Stu Schooley 1971 Don Stone 1976 Rich Caravella 1977 Rich Mauti 1979 Ed Recco 1982 Joe Guterding Bill Turri 1984 Tom Lion Gary Martin 1985 Bill Schoonmaker 1987 Bob Quinn 1988 Chris Dent Chip Robertson 1989 Tim Conway John Hollerbach 1991 Jim Laverty 1993 Chris Marcus 1994 Alex Schoonmaker Glenn Thiel 1995 Mike Buzsa 1996 Dave O’Donnell Rob Warren 1997 Greg Jackson 1999 John Chescavage (MVP) Andrew Germain Hamilton Pollard 2001 Randy Kleinman Matt Vallone 2002 Will Driscoll 2003 Luke Ogelsby 2004 Brian Mabry Matt O’Malley 2005 Jesse Tarr Marc Young 2007 Pat Heim Matt Mulqueen Dan Saltsman Gil Pearsall 2008 Andrew Mackrides Tommy Zichelli 2009 Drew Adams Rob Forster John Stuckey 2011 Matt Bernier

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TEAM AWARDS inspiring his classmates and teammates through his actions.

PITTENGER AWARD

1988: Jeff Connor

From 1947-2010, presented to the most valuable senior in memory of George Pittenger, a Nittany Lion lacrosse player (1940-41) who was killed in action in Germany on April 30, 944, while serving in the U.S. Army.

1990: Bill Lunder

1947: Ken Kerwin

1995: Mike Busza

Presented to the member of the team whose persistence, work ethic and courage set a “Blue Collar” standard for the program.

1996: Rob Warren

2011: Matthew Mackrides

1948: Bill Hollenbach 1949: A.O. “Bud” Thomas 1950: Joe Drazenovich 1951: Phil Benedetti 1952: Harold Wolfram 1953: Rich Schaeffer 1954: Al Fulton 1955: Joe Erwin 1956: Bob Bullock 1957: Jim Houck 1958: Fred Donahue 1959: Ray Tuleya 1960: Richard Bullock 1961: Tom Ogden 1962: Andy Lockhart 1963: George Cimochowski 1964: John Meisel 1965: Roger Doumar

1989: John Hollerbach

2011: John Nichols

1991: Jim Laverty

HARD HAT AWARD

1992: J.J. Pearl 1993: Chris Marcus 1994: Jay Graham

1997: Greg Jackson

THE THIEL FAMILY NITTANY LION AWARD

1998: Chris Killoren 1999: Chris Schiller

2002: Will Driscoll, Sean Droogan

From 1981-2010, presented to the most improved player in memory of Glenn N. “Nick” Thiel, Penn State coach from 1935-1956.

2003: Chris Garrity

1981: Joe Guterding

2004: Brian Mabry

1982: Gary Martin

2005: Marc Young

1983: Steve Schwin

2006: Greg Gurenlian

1984: Greg Portmann

2007: Pat Heim

1985: Sean McGinley

2008: Andrew Mackrides

1986: Dave O’Connor

2009: Drew Adams

1987: Chip Robertson

2010: Charley Henneghan

1988: Frank Beddings

Beginning in 2011, presented to a member of the senior class who led selflessly, while

1989: Rob Strasberg

2000: Don Mayerhofer 2001: Matt Vallone

1990: Scott Bailer

1966: Glenn Thiel 1967: Joe Gorman 1968: Gary Patterson 1969: John Matthews 1970: John O’Brien 1971: Ron Schwartz 1972: Bob Fromkin 1973: Mark McCubbin 1974: Ron Schneider 1975: Kevin Campbell 1976: Karl Hurtzig 1977: Jack Barry 1978: Mike Mass 1979: Ed Recco 1980: Bill Curran 1981: Paul Sullivan 1982: Bill Turri 1983: Jay Starapoli 1984: Tom Lion 1985: Bill Schoonmaker 1986: Tod Henjes 1987: Marty Coyle

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TEAM AWARDS 1991: Chris Marcus

1974: Joe Carlozo

2005: Greg Gurenlian

1992: Ken Wille

1975-9: Not Awarded

2006: Drew Adams

1993: Jay Graham

1980: John Farrell

2007: Drew Adams

1994: Tolleison Morriss

1981: Joe Guterding

2008: Drew Adams

1995: Andy Leedom

1982: Ken Panzer, Mark Goulding

2009: Drew Adams

1996: Andrew Germain

1983: John Coyle

2010: Matthew Mackrides

1997: Dave Washo

1984: John Coyle

1998: Eric Wood

1985: Tod Henjes

1999: Michael Kern

1986: Tod Henjes

2000: Carson Yoder

1987: Marty Coyle

2001: John Goldschmidt

1988: Chip Robertson

2002: Brian Mabry

1989: Paul Gilhool

2003: Matt O’Malley

1990: J.J. Pearl

2004: Keith Benjamin

1991: Paul McKelvey

2005: Devin Kennedy

1992: Alex Schoonmaker

2006: Bubba Scott

1993: Craig Driver

2007: Devin Kennedy

1994: Alex Schoonmaker

2008: Mike Toner

1995: Dave Daniecki

2009: Colton Vosburgh

1996: Dave Daniecki

2010: Dave Baker

1997: Dave Daniecki

Beginning in 2011, presented to a member of the team whose actions, investments and selfless contributions are synonymous with the mantra “Success with Honor” and who sets the standard of “The Penn State Lacrosse Way.”

1998: Andrew Germain

2011: Matt Bernier

2003: Matt Zappia

FRIENDS OF PENN STATE LACROSSE AWARD Presented to the person or persons who have gone above and beyond in supporting the program and/or its current members. 2011: Tyler Schmitt (manager)

CITIZENSHIP AWARD Presnted to a mamber of the team who best combines the qualities of character, classroom and community service. 2011: Dave Baker

LOCKHART MEMORIAL AWARD From 1969-2010, presented to the best defensive player in memory of Andrew Lockhart, 1962 All-American defenseman.

Presented to the player with the highest GPA for the current year by the Friends of Penn State Lacrosse. 1997: Dave King 1998: Carson Yoder 1999: Ted Holmes 2000: Matt Vallone 2001: Ted Holmes 2002: Brian Mabry 2003: Brian Mabry 2004: Brian Mabry 2005: J.T. Farcosky 2006: Scott Jacobs

1999: Hamilton Pollard

2007: Scott Jacobs

2000: Mike Herscha

2008: Will Donley

2001: Mike Herscha

2009: Will Donley

2002: Matt Zappia

2010: Will Donley

FRIENDS OF PENN STATE TOP SCORER AWARD

2004: Matt O’Malley 2005: Jesse Tarr 2006: Dan Saltsman 2007: Dan Saltsman

Presented to the top goal scorer by the Friends of Penn State Lacrosse.

2008: Drew Adams

1995: Erik Merkel, 46

2009: Matt Bernier

1996: Greg Jackson, 23

2010: Matt Bernier

1997: John Chescavage, 28

FRIENDS OF PENN STATE MVP AWARD Presented to the most valuable player by the Friends of Penn State Lacrosse. 1995: Mike Busza 1996: Rob Warren 1997: Kevin Keenan 1998: Kevin Keenan 1999: Kevin Keenan

1969: Jerry Curtin

2000: Michael Kern

1970: Stu Schooley

2001: Matt Vallone

1971: Don Stone

2002: Will Driscoll

1972: Jeff Crowley

2003: Chris Garrity

1973: Jim Clouser

2004: Not Awarded

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1913: 1-0-1 Head Coach: Walter Farley 5/24 Pennsylvania 4-3 Bronx Lacrosse Club 3-3 1914: 2-3 Head Coach: Walter Farley Baltimore City Coll. Pennsylvania Baltimore Polytechnic Hobart Carlisle Indian 1915: 1-3-1 Head Coach: Walter Farley Lehigh Carlisle Indian Pennsylvania Hobart Carlisle Indian

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6-0 W 1-4 L 8-5 W 3-10 L 1-6 L

2-7 L 1-12 L 1-1 T 4-3 W 3-5 L

1916: 2-2 Head Coach: Doc Lewis Captains: R.H. Olmstead, Hollowell Maryland 1-2 L Johns Hopkins 1-14 L Maryland 4-0 W Syracuse 4-1 W 1917: 0-2 Head Coach: Doc Lewis Captains: Olmstead, Hollowell Swarthmore 1-4 L Lehigh 1-15 L Scoring: Hollowell 29. 1918: No team due to influenza epidemic. 1919: 0-1 Head Coach: Doc Lewis Captain: R. Lehman Navy

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1920: 1-1 Head Coach: Doc Lewis Maryland Navy

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1921: 0-3 Head Coach: Doc Lewis Captains: F. Leuschner 5/6 at Maryland 5/7 at Navy 6/2 Toronto

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1923: 3-4-1 Head Coach: Robert Jardine Captain: F. Coulter 4/14 Pennsylvania 4/19 at Hobart 4/20 at Cornell 4/21 at Syracuse Brooklyn Polytechnic 5/4 at Maryland 5/5 at Navy 5/17 Swarthmore 1924: 1-4 Head Coach: Robert Jardine Catpain: J.C. Frank Mount Washington Syracuse at Maryland at Navy Cornell 1925: 1-5 Head Coach: Ralph Leonard Captain: W. Shaner 4/25 Onondaga Indians 4/30 at Cornell 5/2 at Syracuse 5/9 Crescent AA 5/16 at Army 5/30 Pennsylvania

4-2 W 4-4 T 1-3 L 1-9 L 19-0 W 4-8 L 2-12 L 5-2 W

0-7 L 1-8 L 1-6 L 0-14 L 4-3 W

1930: 4-3 Head Coach: Earnest Paul Captain: K. Kaiser 5/3 Western Maryland 5/9 at Colgate 5/10 at Syracuse 5/17 Pennsylvania 5/24 at Army 6/3 Toronto 6/7 Onondaga Indians

0-6 L 0-3 L 0-10 L 22-1 W 1-15 L 6-7 L

1931: 4-2 Head Coach: Earnest Paul Captain: D. Lewis 5/1 at Western Maryland 1-0 W 5/2 at Maryland 0-13 L 5/7 Syracuse 5-4 W 5/16 Onondaga Indians 3-1 W 5/23 at Army 2-10 L 5/30 Colgate 9-4 W

1926: 4-3 Head Coach: Ralph Leonard Captain: B.M. Hackett 4/17 at Pennsylvania 4/24 Crescent AA 5/1 St. Stephens 5/8 Syracuse 5/15 Cornell 5/22 Swarthmore 5/29 Union

10-6 W 6-3 W 4-2 W 5-10 L 4-7 L 5-3 W 7-12 L

1927: 4-3 Head Coach: Earnest Paul Captain: W.R. Wendell 4/23 Lafayette 4/30 Crescent AA 5/5 at Cornell 5/7 at Syracuse 5/21 at Lehigh 5/28 Pennsylvania 6/11 Onondaga Indians

11-1 W 16-1 W 2-5 L 3-7 L 11-2 W 2-6 L 8-6 W

1928: 1-4-2 Head Coach: Earnest Paul Captain: J.C. Belfield 4/19 Syracuse 4/21 Cornell 5/5 at Mount Washington 5/12 Swarthmore 5/19 Drumlin A.C. 5/26 at Army 6/9 Onondaga Indians

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1929: 3-3 Head Coach: Earnest Paul Captain: T.T. Torak 4/25 Dartmouth 7-5 W 5/10 at Western Maryland 5-3 W 5/11 at Navy 4-7 L 5/24 at Cornell 3-5 L 6/1 Army 1-2 L 6/15 Onondaga Indians 16-3 W

4-4 T 2-3 L 2-7 L 5-8 L 9-0 W 2-8 L 6-6 T

7-6 W 3-9 L 5-4 W 3-4 L 4-3 W 5-9 L 3-2 W

1932: 2-4 Head Coach: Earnest Paul Captain: R. Carlson 4/23 St. Johns 4/30 Western Maryland 5/6 at Colgate 5/7 at Syracuse 5/14 Maryland 5/21 at Army

1-10 L 4-0 W 6-3 W 2-7 L 1-5 L 1-6 L

1933: 0-5 Head Coach: Mike Loebs Captain: L. Edel 4/22 Army 4/28 at Hobart 4/29 at Syracuse 5/13 Navy 5/16 Maryland

0-9 L 3-4 L 3-16 L 3-19 L 4-11 L

1934: 4-2 Head Coach: Mike Loebs Captain: George Koth 4/14 Hobart 4/21 at Navy 4/28 Lehigh 5/5 at Army 5/7 Onondaga Indians 5/19 Cornell

9-4 W 3-13 L 8-4 W 5-13 L 12-8 W 7-6 W

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1935: 4-2 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: R. Weber 4/13 Lehigh 4/27 at Maryland 5/4 Pennsylvania 5/11 at Cornell

14-0 W 3-14 L 11-3 W 10-6 W

1936: 4-3 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: E. Gerber 4/25 at Pennsylvania 5/2 Lafayette 5/9 Cornell 5/15 at Colgate 5/16 at Syracuse 5/23 at Army 5/30 Maryland

5-4 W 16-2 W 12-6 W 8-3 W 3-6 L 2-13 L 2-9 L

1937: 5-4 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: John Conley 4/6 Harvard 1-11 L 4/14 at Swarthmore 4-3 W 4/17 Colgate 7-4 W 4/24 Pennsylvania 6-4 W 5/1 Lehigh 9-1 W 5/8 at Army 2-5 L 5/15 Syracuse 7-9 L 5/22 at Cornell 9-4 W 5/29 at Maryland 0-15 L Scoring: Ray Coskery 8, S.E. Cohn 8. 1938: 6-2 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Selig Cohn 4/9 Army 2-10 L 4/16 Maryland 4-11 L 4/23 at Pennsylvania 7-4 W 5/7 Swarthmore 7-6 W 5/10 Cornell 13-5 W 5/13 at Colgate 13-6 W 5/14 at Syracuse 5-4 W 5/21 Lafayette 12-1 W Scoring: Ray Coskery 6, Joe Andrukitis 5. 1939: 4-5 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Ray Coskery 4/5 at St. Johns 7-12 L 4/8 at Maryland 2-18 L 4/19 Swarthmore 6-7 L 4/22 Pennsylvania 9-3 W 4/29 at Army 4-10 L 5/6 Syracuse 10-7 W 5/12 at Hobart 6-12 L 5/13 at Cornell 11-7 W 5/20 Lehigh 11-2 W Scoring: Ray Coskery 15, George Ritter 13.

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1940: 3-7 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captains: Bart Buser and George Ritter 4/6 Hobart 9-14 L 4/12 at Pennsylvania 5-6 L 4/13 at Navy 1-10 L 4/20 Cornell 7-6 W 4/24 Swarthmore 3-8 L 4/27 Maryland 3-7 L 5/4 at Army 5-9 L 5/16 Lehigh 12-5 W 5/17 at Colgate 11-3 W 5/18 at Syracuse 6-16 L Scoring: Bart Buser 11, Jim Ritter 10. 1941: 3-6 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Warren Darrell 4/12 at Navy 4-13 L 4/14 at Maryland 3-12 L 4/19 at Swarthmore 6-8 L 4/30 Syracuse 8-17 L 5/3 Lehigh 12-5 W 5/10 Pennsylvania 15-4 W 5/16 at Cornell 12-7 W 5/17 at Hobart 6-8 L 5/24 Army 2-14 L Scoring: Al Blair 15, Warren Darrell 14, Jim Ritter, 13. 1942: 2-8 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Bill Zigenfus 4/11 at Navy 4/18 Cornell 4/25 at Syracuse 4/29 Maryland 5/2 Swarthmore 5/9 at Hobart 5/16 at Army 5/23 Drexel 6/17 at Johns Hopkins 6/18 at Maryland

5-8 L 9-4 W 7-9 L 5-11 L 4-8 L 7-10 L 4-10 L 6-3 W 6-10 L 0-13 L

1943: 2-6 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Jim Gotwals 4/10 Johns Hopkins 7-11 L 4/22 at Johns Hopkins 1-12 L 4/24 at Navy 2-4 L 5/1 at Maryland 4-9 L 5/8 Syracuse 14-1 W 5/15 at Army 4-7 L 6/17 at Navy 3-8 L Scoring: Tom Mitchell 6, Jim Gotwals 5. 1944: 0-6 Head Coach: Nick Thiel 4/22 Army 4/29 at Navy 5/6 at Army 5/13 at Swarthmore 5/20 Cornell 6/10 Cornell

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1945: 1-5 Head Coach: Nick Thiel 4/28 Navy 0-20 L 5/5 at Army 1-25 L 5/12 Swarthmore 8-12 L 5/19 at Navy 0-26 L 5/26 Cornell 6-7 L 6/9 at Cornell 15-8 W Scoring: Cary Taylor 11, John Nolan 9. 1946: 7-3 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: John Nolan 4/13 Army 5-15 L 4/26 at Loyola 17-3 W 4/27 at Navy 4-14 L 4/30 Hobart 14-6 W 5/4 Rutgers 9-1 W 5/11 Johns Hopkins 4-19 L 5/18 at Swarthmore 14-11 W 5/24 at Syracuse 6-3 W 5/25 at Cornell 7-3 W 6/8 Cornell 9-8 W Scoring: G.F. Sullivan 18, Taylor 16, John Nolan 15. 1947: 6-5 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: George Locotos 4/7 at Duke 3-5 L 4/8 at Washington & Lee 5-6 L 4/19 Loyola 6-2 W 4/26 at Navy 1-10 L 5/3 Syracuse 6-3 W 5/7 at Sampson 8-2 W 5/10 Drexel 8-1 W 5/16 at Colgate 12-3 W 5/19 at Hobart 5-6 L 5/24 Swarthmore 9-11 L 5/31 Sampson 16-3 W Scoring: Ernie Baer 11, Ken Kerwin 10. 1948: 6-3 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: William Hollenbach 4/16 at Drexel 15-4 W 4/17 at Pennsylvania 13-4 W 4/21 Hobart 9-3 W 4/24 Cornell 10-5 W 4/30 at Loyola 8-4 W 5/1 at Navy 3-9 L 5/7 at Syracuse 5-9 L 5/15 at Army 1-7 L 5/22 Colgate 15-5 W Scoring: John Nolan 16, Ernie Baer 11, Ed Belfield 10.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1949: 5-4 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Roger Nestor 4/13 at Pennsylvania 4/16 at Western Maryland 4/18 at Washington & Lee 4/19 at Virginia 4/23 Loyola 4/30 Navy 5/7 Syracuse 5/13 at Hobart 5/14 at Colgate Scoring: Buddy Thomas 16, 16, Ed Belfield 14.

9-3 W 14-5 W 9-4 W 7-8 L 4-6 L 7-19 L 7-12 L 13-12 W 14-2 W Bob Lewis

1950: 3-6 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Ed Belfield, Bob Louis 4/14 at Loyola 4-9 L 4/15 at Navy 6-9 L 4/22 at Rutgers 6-11 L 4/29 Western Maryland 17-4 W 5/6 at Syracuse 3-17 L 5/13 Virginia 12-23 L 5/2 Hobart 16-6 W 5/26 at Ithaca 10-4 W 5/27 at Cornell 7-9 L Scoring: Bob Lewis 13, James Reed 7, John Wilcox 6. 1951: 6-3 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Phil Benedetti 4/13 at Western Maryland 17-0 W 4/14 at Navy 1-10 L 4/21 Loyola 12-14 L 4/28 Pennsylvania 14-5 W 5/5 Syracuse 10-13 L 5/12 MD Lacrosse Club 7-6 W 5/18 at Ithaca 13-0 W 5/19 at Hobart 17-10 W 5/26 at Cornell 10-5 W Scoring: John Wilcox 21, Paul Raffensberger 20. 1952: 2-6 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Harold Woolfram 4/10 at Loyola 2-5 L 4/12 at Navy 0-21 L 4/24 Washington & Lee 7-6 W 4/26 at Pennsylvania 10-6 W 5/3 at Syracuse 3-9 L 5/10 Rutgers 15-16 L 5/17 Cornell 6-12 L 5/24 at Hobart 8-9 L Scoring: Wayne Hockersmith 12. 1953: 1-7 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Wayne Hockersmith 4/10 at Swarthmore 6-22 4/11 at Navy 1-19 4/18 at Hobart 10-11 49

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4/25 Pennsylvania 4-13 L 5/2 Syracuse 13-18 L 5/9 at Rutgers 7-14 L 5/16 Cornell 8-16 L 5/23 Loyola 13-8 W Scoring: Wayne Hockersmith 21-1. 1954: 2-7 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Dave Arnold 4/10 Kenyon 12-7 W 4/14 at Navy 1-23 L 4/15 at Loyola 6-10 L 4/24 Pennsylvania 7-9 L 4/30 at Hobart 16-18 L 5/1 at Syracuse 7-20 L 5/8 Rutgers 7-20 L 5/15 Swarthmore 12-6 W 5/22 Cornell 13-20 L Scoring: Bob Hamel 21-10, Al Fulton 23-3, Dick Kleinm 10-8. 1955: 7-5 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Don Bell 4/7 at Adelphi 12-4 W 4/9 (N) New Hampshire 2-4 L 4/11 at Hofstra 3-13 L 4/16 Navy 2-16 L 4/23 at Rutgers 6-17 L 4/27 Loyola 17-8 W 4/29 at Colgate 6-2 W 4/30 at Cornell 8-11 L 5/7 Syracuse 17-13 W 5/14 at Swarthmore 14-7 W 5/18 Hobart 8-7 W 5/21 Pennsylvania 13-6 W Scoring: Ron Youtz 14-18, Bob Hamel 20-6. 1956: 8-6 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Bob Hamel 3/29 (N) New Hampshire 7-2 W 3/30 (N) Dartmouth 6-4 W 4/2 at Adelphi 11-4 W 4/3 at Hofstra 9-3 W 4/13 at Loyola 8-10 L 4/14 at Navy 4-17 L 4/21 at Pennsylvania 16-4 W 4/28 Colgate 5-6 L 5/4 at Hobart 5-11 L 5/5 at Syracuse 13-18 L 5/12 Swarthmore 15-4 W 5/16 Lehigh 15-3 W 5/19 Rutgers 11-19 L 5/25 Cornell 13-8 W Scoring: Bill Hess 41-21, Bob Hamel 2512, Lou Girard 16-12. 1957: 6-7 Head Coach: Ernie Baer Captain: Lou Girard 4/10 Loyola

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4/13 at Navy 8-19 L 4/18 at Hofstra 7-11 L 4/20 at Adelphi 18-4 W 4/23 at Maryland 0-18 L 4/27 at Colgate 9-4 W 5/4 Syracuse 4-13 L 5/11 at Swarthmore 1-5 L 5/14 at Rutgers 9-17 L 6/15 at Lehigh 15-3 W 6/18 at Cornell 8-13 L 6/24 Pennsylvania 16-5 W Scoring: Bill Hess 49-20, Lou Girard 21, Tom Seeman 13. 1958: 5-8 Head Coach: Ernie Baer Captains: Bill Hess and Fred Donahoe 4/7 at Hofstra 2-13 L 4/11 at Loyola 9-6 W 4/12 at Navy 2-18 L 4/16 Maryland 5-22 L 4/19 at Pennsylvania 3-2 W 4/26 Rutgers 2-14 L 5/2 at Hobart 8-2 W 5/3 at Syracuse 5-9 L 5/7 Cornell 6-8 L 5/10 Swarthmore 10-3 W 5/14 Lehigh 13-3 W 5/17 Dickinson 7-8 L 5/24 Colgate 9-10 L Scoring: John Behne 19-5, Fred Donahoe 20. 1959: 5-4-1 Head Coach: Ernie Baer Captains: John Behne and Richard Dill 4/4 Loyola 14-3 W 4/11 Navy 3-29 L 4/15 Pennsylvania 9-4 W 4/18 Hobart 11-3 W 4/22 at Cornell 10-6 W 5/2 Syracuse 7-14 L 5/6 Maryland 1-20 L 5/9 at Swarthmore 4-4 T 5/13 at Lehigh 8-5 W 5/16 at Rutgers 5-17 L Scoring: John Behne 29-2, Richard Kane 6-6. Dick Swanson 10. 1960: 1-9 Head Coach: Ernie Baer Captain: Dave Erwin 4/2 at Loyola 8-2 W 4/6 at Navy 3-17 L 4/20 Cornell 3-12 L 4/30 Rutgers 5-15 L 5/6 at Hobart 0-6 L 5/7 at Syracuse 6-15 L 5/11 Lehigh 5-10 L 5/14 Swarthmore 4-6 L 5/18 at Maryland 2-17 L 5/21 Colgate 7-9 L Scoring: Gordon Bennett 15-4.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1961: 4-6 Head Coach: Ernie Baer Captain: Andy Lockhart 4/8 at Navy 5-16 L 4/15 Loyola 17-4 W 5/22 Pennsylvania 8-10 L 5/26 at Cornell 8-11 L 5/29 at Rutgers 3-6 L 5/6 Syracuse 4-11 L 5/12 at Lehigh 11-9 W 5/13 at Swarthmore 9-0 W 5/16 Gettysburg 14-4 W 5/20 at Colgate 4-5 L Scoring: Tom Hayes 26-5, Steve Schrader 13-10, Dick Seelig 17-2.

1965: 4-5-1 Head Coach: Dick Pencek Captains: Scott Henderson, Chad Moore 4/3 Hobart 4-3 W 4/10 at Lafayette 12-4 W 4/13 at Maryland 2-16 L 4/15 Colgate 9-10 L 4/24 Syracuse 7-10 L 5/1 at Rutgers 9-19 L 5/8 at Swarthmore 7-8 L 5/12 at Lehigh 13-2 W 5/15 Loyola 13-13 T 5/19 Delaware 14-4 W Scoring: Bill Huddles 6-25, Dave Thiel 21-4, Roger Doumar 11-9.

1962: 7-3 Head Coach: Dick Pencek Captains: Andy Lockhart, Andy Pollock 4/6 at Loyola 8-7 W 4/7 at Washington & Lee 10-3 W 4/10 at Pennsylvania 8-7 W 4/14 Lafayette 20-10 W 4/25 Maryland 7-16 L 4/28 Rutgers 18-13 W 5/5 at Syracuse 8-15 L 5/9 Lehigh 14-7 W 5/12 Swarthmore 17-8 W 5/19 Colgate 6-8 L Scoring: John Meisel 6-42, Tom Hayes 2710, Dick Seelig 22-1.

1966: 3-6 Head Coach: Dick Pencek Captains: Glenn Thiel, Dave Webster 4/13 Maryland 3-23 L 4/16 Cortland 11-12 L 4/23 Syracuse 9-17 L 4/26 Loyola 9-10 L 4/30 Rutgers 1-17 L 5/1 Hobart 9-15 L 5/11 Lehigh 17-6 W 5/14 Colgate 10-9 W 5/21 at Delaware 13-4 W Scoring: Greg Wacker 21-15, Glenn Thiel 27- 6,Bill Franson 11-20.

1963: 4-6 Head Coach: Bill Hess Captain: Dick Seelig 3/30 Pennsylvania 12-6 W 4/6 Washington & Lee 16-7 W 4/13 at Lafayette 21-4 W 4/17 Loyola 5-7 L 4/27 at Rutgers 7-16 L 5/1 Syracuse 5-10 L 5/8 at Lehigh 7-11 L 5/11 at Swarthmore 11-8 W 5/14 Maryland 6-19 L 5/18 at Colgate 6-12 L Scoring: John Meisel 19-19, Steve Schrader 9-17, Howdy Spencer 16-8. 1964: 3-7 Head Coach: Herb Schmidt Captains: D. Flinchbaugh, V. Tedesco 4/4 at Hobart 7-9 L 4/12 Lafayette 16-2 W 4/14 Maryland 4-13 L 4/18 at Loyola 6-10 L 4/25 Rutgers 8-14 L 5/2 at Syracuse 4-9 L 5/6 Lehigh 12-8 W 5/9 Swarthmore 7-8 L 5/16 at Colgate 7-15 L 5/23 at Delaware 8-5 W Scoring: John Meisel 15-13

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1967: 4-6 Head Coach: Dick Pencek Captains: Joe Gorman, Dave Lewis 4/1 at Franklin & Marshall 12-5 W 4/8 Loyola 6-12 L 4/12 at Maryland 0-17 L 4/15 Colgate 7-0 W 4/22 Syracuse 10-11 L 4/29 at Rutgers 7-6 W 5/10 at Lehigh 4-6 L 5/13 at Cortland 8-19 L 5/20 Delaware 7-4 W 5/24 Hobart 5-6 L Scoring: Hank Kaezowka 14, Joe Gorman 12. 1968: 6-3-1 Head Coach: Dick Pencek 4/3 at Bucknell 13-9 W 4/6 Franklin & Marshall 19-3 W 4/10 Maryland 5-9 L 4/13 at Loyola 9-5 W 4/20 at Syracuse 9-10 L 4/27 Rutgers 1-10 L 5/8 Lehigh 10-4 W 5/11 Cortland 9-9 T 5/18 at Delaware 18-3 W 5/25 at Hobart 11-9 W Scoring: Ken Edwards 23-36, Bob Schoeflin 19-25.

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1969: 4-6 Head Coach: Dick Pencek 4/9 at Maryland 6-12 L 4/12 Loyola 10-5 W 4/16 at Franklin & Marshall 14-2 W 4/19 Syracuse 9-13 L 4/26 at Rutgers 10-12 L 4/30 Lebanon Valley 8-3 W 5/3 Bucknell 6-7 L 5/7 at Lehigh 8-6 W 5/10 at Cortland 4-12 L 5/24 Hobart 13-14 L Scoring: Bob Schoeflin 17-35. Lance Silver 16-13. 1970: 3-6 Head Coach: Dick Pencek 4/11 Loyola 10-9 W 4/15 Franklin & Marshall 4-6 L 4/18 Syracuse 7-20 L 4/25 Rutgers 2-8 L 4/29 Lebanon Valley 18-7 W 5/6 Lehigh 3-4 L 5/9 Cortland 8-20 L 5/16 Bucknell 8-4 W 5/23 Hobart 9-18 L Scoring: Rick Smedley 19, Al Nefgen 13. 1971: 4-6 Head Coach: Dick Pencek Captains: Don Stone, Dave McKeever 4/1 Lebanon Valley 10-4 W 4/3 Cortland 9-21 L 4/10 Loyola 15-3 W 4/14 Franklin & Marshall 5-8 L 4/17 Syracuse 12-9 W 4/24 Rutgers 7-20 L 5/1 Pennsylvania 5-10 L 5/8 Lehigh 4-12 L 5/11 Bucknell 16-12 W 5/22 Hobart 6-9 L Scoring: Jim Trenz 42-28, Bob Cohen 14-6, Lance Silver 13-3. 1972: 4-6 Head Coach: Dick Pencek Captains: Bob Cohen, Jim Clouser 4/8 Cortland 7-15 L 4/12 Franklin & Marshall 6-12 L 4/15 Syracuse 9-12 L 4/19 Loyola 17-10 W 4/22 Pennsylvania 9-12 L 4/29 Rutgers 6-15 L 5/6 Lehigh 12-5 W 5/9 Bucknell 19-6 W 5/12 Lafayette 14-4 W 5/18 Hobart 5-24 L Scoring: Jim Trenz 42-28, Rick Smedley 14-2, Bob Cohen 13-3

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 3/17 New Hampshire 7-8 (OT) L 3/21 Montclair State 15-4 W 3/24 at Syracuse 5-21 L 3/28 at Lafayette 12-9 W 3/31 at Drexel 13-6 W 4/4 Towson 8-12 L 4/7 at Hofstra 11-10 (OT) W 4/14 Rutgers 10-13 L 4/21 UMBC 12-11 (OT) W 4/28 Hobart 11-12 L 5/2 at Bucknell 10-6 W 5/4 Army 7-8 L Scoring: Gary Martin 21-32-53

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1985: 3-10 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: D. Curran, T. Florence and G. Connor 3/5 at Duke 6-7 L 3/15 Loyola 5-13 L 3/23 at Syracuse 7-27 L 3/27 Lafayette 16-9 W 3/30 Drexel 13-14 (2OT) L 4/3 at Towson 6-10 L 4/6 Hofstra 13-14 (OT) L 4/13 at Rutgers 3-13 L 4/16 Kutztown 22-3 W 4/20 at UMBC 4-8 L 4/27 at Hobart 3-12 L 5/1 Bucknell 8-11 L 5/4 C.W. Post 12-10 W Scoring: George Connor 12-22-34

1988: 8-6 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Art Berry, Chris Dent 3/2 at Duke 8-22 L 3/5 at Guilford 14-13 W 3/12 Loyola 7-15 L 3/19 Michigan State* 10-9 W 3/20 Lehigh* 13-7 W 3/26 at Lafayette 16-7 W 3/30 Towson State 11-17 L 4/2 at Drexel 16-7 W 4/5 at Kutztown 21-9 W 4/9 Rutgers 8-9 (OT) L 4/16 UMBC 10-7 L 4/23 at Hobart 7-16 L 4/27 at Bucknell 14-7 W 4/30 at C.W. Post 6-16 L *Penn State Indoor Invitational Scoring: Jeff Connor 14-44-58; Jim Schmitt 34-5-39; John Hollerbach 199-28; Chris Dent 20-7-27; Jim Laverty 15-5-20.

1986: 7-6 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Sean McGinley, E.G. Rall 3/5 at William & Mary 16-15 (OT) W 3/9 at Loyola 12-14 L 3/15 Denison 14-11 W 3/22 Syracuse 8-18 L 3/29 at Lafayette 17-8 W 4/2 Towson State 11-9 W 4/5 at Drexel 15-10 W 4/12 Rutgers 5-8 L 4/19 UMBC 10-13 L 4/22 at Kutztown 16-8 W 4/26 Hobart 10-20 L 4/30 at Bucknell 9-6 W 5/3 at C.W. Post 7-8 L Scoring: John Hollerbach 28-18-46; Art Berry 25-11-36; Bob Quinn 12-22-34; Chris Dent 27-5-32. 1987: 10-5 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Marty Coyle, Rich Makover, Bob Quinn 3/3 at Guilford 21-11 W 3/7 at Roanoke 15-4 W 3/14 Michigan State 16-7 W 3/15 Scranton 16-1 W 3/21 Loyola* 14-15 (OT) L 3/22 New Hampshire* 17-10 W 3/28 Lafayette 15-6 W

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1990: 10-5, No. 16 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Paul Gilhool, Ted Peddy, Dave Waynick 2/27 at Radford 18-11 W 3/2 at North Carolina 6-13 L 3/10 at Hofstra 6-17 L 3/17 Villanova* 13-6 W 3/18 VMI* 22-7 W 3/24 at Lafayette 11-5 W 3/28 Towson State 8-10 L 3/31 at Drexel 16-9 W 4/7 UMBC 12-10 W 4/8 at Kutztown 25-4 W 4/14 Rutgers 17-18 L 4/18 Loyola 16-13 W 4/21 at Hobart 5-16 L 4/25 at Bucknell 9-8 W 4/29 at C.W. Post 13-10 W *Penn State Indoor Invitational Scoring: Ted Peddy 41-6-47; Jim Laverty 25-15-40; Chris Lehman 16-17-33, Greg Guarton 20-11-31; Joel Brous 17-11-28. 1991: 9-4, No. 14 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Paul Gilhool, Ted Peddy 3/5 at North Carolina 3-15 L 3/7 at VMI 17-4 W 3/16 Princeton* 7-9 L 3/17 Ohio Wesleyan* 14-7 W 3/24 Drexel 16-8 W 3/27 at Towson State 8-16 L 3/30 Lafayette 15-8 W 4/6 at UMBC 11-10 W 4/13 at Rutgers 10-17 L 4/20 Hobart 12-10 W 4/24 Bucknell 17-11 W 4/27 C.W. Post 14-13 W 5/4 at Delaware 17-11 W *Loyola (Md.) Invitational Scoring: Jim Laverty 27-9-36, Pete Makover 20-13-33, Ted Peddy 24-8-32, Chris Lehman 17-14-31. 1992: 9-3, No. 16 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Scott Bailer, Mark Dardaris, Greg Guarton 2/27 Navy 16-9 W 3/11 at Drexel 14-3 W 3/14 at Villanova 16-8 W 3/21 Vermont 12-8 W 3/28 at Lafayette 11-7 W 4/4 UMBC 12-11 (OT) W 4/11 Rutgers 11-10 W 4/14 Towson State 8-16 L 4/18 at Hobart 8-11 L 4/22 at Bucknell 13-10 W 4/25 at C.W. Post 10-9 (OT) W 5/2 Delaware 15-18 L Scoring: Chris Lehman 27-14-41, Kevin McGinley 27-7-34, Pete Makover 11-20-31.

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2005 NCAA Championship Tournament 5/14 at #4 Maryland 10-14 L Scoring: Nate Whitaker 31-13-44; Patrick Heim 22-11-33, John Eremus 23-3-26. 2006: 8-5 (5-2 ECAC), No. 16 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Keith Benjamin, Greg Gurenlian, Nate Whitaker 2/26 at #12 Notre Dame 4-8 L 3/4 *at Loyola 6-9 L 3/8 vs. #14 Dartmouth 11-10 W 3/11 at Ohio State 14-13 (OT) W 3/18 Stony Brook 10-11 L 3/25 *at #20 Fairfield 11-6 W 4/1 *#7 Massachusetts 7-5 W 4/8 *at Hobart 9-4 W 4/15 *at St. John’s 13-3 W 4/19 Bucknell 10-11 L 4/22 *Rutgers 8-7 (OT) W 4/28 at Villanova 12-11 (2 OT) W 5/6 *#5 Georgetown 9-10 L Scoring: Brian Boyle 12-25-37, Nate Whitaker 28-4-32, John Eremus 19-6-25. 2007: 5-8 (3-4 ECAC) Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Pat Heim, Dan Saltsman, Matt Mulqueen 2/17 #13 Denver 5-10 L 2/24 #17 Notre Dame 8-11 L 3/3 *#18 Loyola 9-10 L 3/10 Ohio State 8-10 L 3/13 vs. Colgate 7-4 W 3/24 *#12 Fairfield 10-7 W 3/31 *at Massachusetts 5-6 (OT) L 4/7 *Hobart 12-7 W 4/14 *St. John’s 9-5 W 4/17 at #12 Bucknell 5-7 L 4/22 *at Rutgers 7-8 (2 OT) L 4/28 St. Joseph’s 12-9 W 5/5 *at #4 Georgetown 4-9 L Scoring: Brian Boyle 11-17-28; Rob Forster 18-2- 20; Gil Pearsall 15-4-19; Pat Heim 14-4-18. 2008: 7-7 (2-5 ECAC) Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Andrew Mackrides, Tommy Zichelli. 2/16 Robert Morris 18-2 W 2/24 at #18 Notre Dame 9-15 L 3/1 *at #15 Loyola 4-7 L 3/8 at Ohio State 6-17 L 3/11 Villanova 12-3 W 3/15 Vermont 7-4 W 3/21 *at Fairfield 7-2 W 3/29 *Massachusetts 5-7 L 4/5 *at Hobart 6-8 L 4/12 *at St. John’s 7-11 L 4/15 #9 Bucknell 8-7 W 4/20 *Rutgers 4-8 L 4/26 *at St. Joseph’s 10-6 W 5/3 *# Georgetown 12-11(OT) W Scoring: Rob Forster 17-12-29; Max VanArsdale 17-10-27; Andrew Mackrides 12-4-16.

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ALL-TIME SERIES HISTORY OPPONENT

W

L

T

OPPONENT

W

L

T

Adelphi

3

0

0

Michigan State

3

0

0

Air Force

2

0

0

Montclair State

4

0

0

Army

3

29

0

Mt. Saint Mary’s

2

0

0

Baltimore City Coll.

1

0

0

Mt. Washington Club

0

2

0

Baltimore Polytechnic

1

0

0

Navy

2

37

0

Binghamton

1 0 0

Nazareth

1

0

0

Bronx Club

0

0

1

New Hampshire

2

2

0

Bucknell

34

11

0

North Carolina

0

9

0

Carlisle Indian School

0

3

0

Notre Dame

4

14

0

Colgate

14

9

0

Ohio State

11

4

0

Cornell

19

20

0

Ohio Wesleyan

1

0

0

Cortland

0

9

1

Onondaga Indians

5

1

1

Crescent Athletic Assoc.

3

0

0

Oxford Cambridge

0

1

0

C.W. Post

5

4

0

Pennsylvania

22

13

1

Dartmouth

3

0

0

Princeton

0

3

0

Delaware

15

7

0

Providence

1

0

0

Denison

1

0

0

Radford

2

0

0

Denver

1

2

0

Roanoke

1

0

0

Dickinson

0

1

0

Robert Morris

1

2

0

Drexel

25

4

0

Rutgers

19

42

0

Drumlin Athletic Club

1

0

0

Sampson

2

0

0

Duke

0

9

0

Scranton

1

0

0

Fairfield

6

3

0

St. John’s (N.Y.)

5

1

0

Franklin & Marshall

8

5

0

St. John’s (Md.)

0

2

0

Georgetown

5

10

0

St. Joseph’s

4

0

0

Gettysburg

1

0

0

St. Stephens

1

0

0

Guilford

2

0

0

Stony Brook

6

2

0

Harvard

0

1

0

Swarthmore

13

15

1

Hobart

24

34

1

Syracuse

12

46

1

Hofstra

5

10

0

Toronto

0

2

0

Ithaca

2

0

0

Towson

5

12

0

Johns Hopkins

0

5

0

UMBC

13

8

0

Kenyon

1

0

0

Union

0

1

0

Kutztown

6

0

0

Vermont

3

0

0

Lafayette

27

0

0

Villanova

14

3

0

Lebanon Valley

3

0

0

Virginia

2

5

0

Lehigh

32

7

0

VMI

3

0

0

Long Island Athl. Club

1

0

0

Washington & Lee

4

2

0

Loyola

27

22

1

Western Maryland

7

0

0

Maryland

2

35

0

William & Mary

1

0

0

Maryland Club

1

0

0

Yale

1 1 0

Massachusetts

4

9

0

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Last Name

First Name Years Lettered

A Aarons Brendan 1995 - ‘98 Abell Mike 1995 - ‘97 Abernathy Robert 1949 Abriel William L. 1972 - ‘75 Adams Drew 2006 - ‘09 Adolph William 1991 - ‘94 Ahern Gavin 2011-pres. Agnew A. L. 1920 Aitken Steve 2011-pres. Ashley David 1962 Albertson Norb 1963 Albrecht John R. (Mgr.) 1955 Alex Christopher J. 1970 Alex Thomas G. 1974 - ‘77 Allen R. E. 1944 Amber John W. 1951 - ‘52 Anderson C. O. 1929 - ‘30 Anderson W. L. 1923 Andress John 2007-’10 Andrukitis Joseph A. 1938 Antonick John 1988 Antonson J. O. 1929 - ‘31 Arnold David H. 1953 - ‘54 Asplundh Barr E. 1951 - ‘52 Atkinson Larry R. 1950 Atkinson R. E. 1913 Auer A. 1944

B B Backenstose Brian Bacon Timothy D. Baer Ernest Baer W. W. Bailer John Bailey Doug Bailey Michael Baker David Baker R. M. Ballinger John Ballou C. F. Baney Robert Banham A. L. Banks P. B. Barber W. H. Barie John Barnes R. B. Barnhart A. L. Barras Richard Barry Jack E. Basciano Anthony Bash H. C. Baskin Marc Bateman Robert Batkin W. Bauer E. C. Bauerle Richard Baucum Conor Beattie Michael R. Beck Regan Beddings Frank 56

1993 - ‘94 1977 - ‘80 1947 - ‘49 1915 1989 - ‘92 1981 - ‘82 2002 - ‘05 2010-pres. 1918 1966 1914 - ‘15 1983 - ‘84 1942 1922 1914 1963 - ‘64 1934 1920 1966 1974 - ‘77 2007-’10 1922 - ‘23 1986 2001 - ‘03 1944 1945 1963 - ‘64 2010-pres. 1957 - ‘59 1989 - ‘90 1986 - ‘89

Behne John M. 1957 - ‘59 Belden Chris 1983 Belfield Edward C. 1948 - ‘50 Belfield John C. 1926 - ‘28 Bell Donald J. 1952, ‘54 - ‘55 Bell Matthew J. 1985 - ‘86 Benedetti Philip J. 1950 - ‘51 Benjamin Keith 2002, ‘04 - ‘06 Bennett Gordon S. 1960 - ‘61 Bergesen Andreas J. 1954 - ‘56 Berkowitz Howard 1962 Berman Rachel (Mgr.) 1982 - ‘84 Bernier Matt 2008-11 Berry Arthur 1985 - ‘88 Beuchele Walter E. 1978 - ‘79 Bickelhaupt George F. 1953 - ‘55 Bickell Thomas 1969 Bishop G. W. 1944 Bitner A. W. 1942 - ‘43 Blair A. F. 1939 & ‘41 Blatter Jay I. 1973 Blum R. B. (Mgr.) 1938 Boecker Gary J. 1973 Boecker Kenneth D. 1972 - ‘73 Bogert Steven 2011-pres. Bonner Graham 2001 Booker D. N. 1944 Booth Robert 2000 - ‘03 Booth S. K. 1932 Born Allen 1989 Bosman H. M. 1933 - ‘34 Bostock Donald J. 1955 - ‘57 Bowes H. R. 1915 Boyer D. J. 1938 Boyle Brian 2005 - ‘07 Boyle Greg 2006 -’08 Boyle Richard D. 1974 - ‘75 Bracciante Ronald J. 1961 - ‘62 Bragg Harrie 1949 Brandt Daniel 1988 & ‘91 Bready A. M. 1926 Brelus John 2008-’11 Brennan Jason M. 1994 - ‘96 Bretherick D. W. 1944 Brickley David (Mgr.) 1963 Brigman, Jr. Lindo (Mgr.) 1940 Briner G. M. 1922 Briner John 1943 Briner, Jr. William M. 1942 - ‘43 Brinker Charles (Mgr.) 1967 - ‘68 Britt Joseph 2007-’10 Brittain Edward 1957 Brittingham Stanley 1969 Brous Joel 1989 - ‘92 Brown C. A. 1929 Brown Greg 2008-’11 Brown Harry S. 1956 - ‘58 Brown I. G. 1920 - ‘22 Brown John 1993 Brown Kessler 2011-pres. Brubach William 1981 Buckley E. M. 1924 - ‘25 Buckman, Jr. J. S. 1938 - ‘39

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Budd Bullock Bullock Buser, Jr. Busza Busza

Stephen 1982 - ‘85 Richard S. 1958 - ‘60 Robert F. 1954 - ‘56 Bart E. 1937, ‘39 - ‘40 Mike 1992 - ‘ 95 Todd 1989 - ‘92

C C Callaway Ace 1993 Campbell Christopher 2005 Campbell D. A. 1920 Campbell G. Keen 1941 Campbell Kevin R. 1972 - ‘75 Campbell R. L. 1943 Campbell Robert 1979 - ‘82 Caravella Richard F. 1973, ‘75 Carlozo Joseph V. 1973 - ‘74 Carlson R. F. 1928 - ‘29, ‘31, ‘32 Carlson Ronald (Mgr.) 1956 Carr Arthur R. 1973 Carroll John 1986 - ‘87 Carson R. J. 1923 - ‘24 Carson R. R. 1944 Carter J. R. 1939 - ‘40 Case James O. 1950 Castella John 1960 Catalano Chris 1986 Catalano James A. 1977 - ‘79 Cawley Bill 1987 Celano Joe 2011 Chadwick Peter 1989 - ‘91 Chaikin James N. (Mgr.) 1945 - ‘46 Charles Ronald J. 2000 - ‘03 Charron William R. 1961 - ‘63 Chescavage John 1996 - ‘99 Chestnut Kent L. 1957 Chinich Justin 2007 Chiodo Raffaele 1992 - ‘95 Chisholm Daniel 1995 - ‘97 Cibik Michael (Mgr.) 1966 Cicak Michael 1940 Cimochowski George 1961 - ‘63 Cleary Regis 1967 Cleland J. G. (Mgr.) 1934 Clement Henry L. 1983 & ‘85 Clifton Sean 1990 Clough John 1990 & ‘93 Clougherty Thomas 1965 Clouser James F. 1971 - ‘73 Clouser L. H. 1925 Cochran Chris 1996 - ‘97 Cockley N. I. 1927 Cocoziello Alex 2007 Cohen Arthur S. 1954 Cohen Robert C. 1971 - ‘73 Cohn S. E. 1936 - ‘38 Collett John R. 1954 - ‘55 Collins Douglas 1985 - ‘86 Collins Francis D. 1972 Comegna Marc 1983 Conley J. F. 1935 - ‘37 Connelly William J. 1978 Conner George D. 1982 - ‘85

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Connor Jeffrey 1984, ‘87 - ‘88 Conway Timothy D. 1986 - ‘89 Cook George H. 1926 Cook H. C. 1925 - ‘27 Cook Jack A. 1950 Cooke Robert 1980 - ‘83 Cooper Robert W. 1975 - ‘78 Copeland Matt 1995 - ‘98 Copelin Donald E. 1950 Cornwell E. H. 1922 Coskery E. G. 1933 Coskery Ray S. 1937 - ‘39 Coulter F. A. 1921 - ‘23 Courteau Christopher 2005 Cowan Alex F. 1938 - ‘39 Cox James 1980 - ‘81 Coyle John 1981 - ‘84 Coyle Martin 1984 - ‘87 Craig William 1914 Cramer Berne F. 1946 Cramer E. S. 1932 Cranmer C. B. 1929 Crawford B. E. 1932 Cromie R. W. 1927 - ‘28 Croohe A. L. 1932 Cross Jack 1965 Croup A. H. 1920 - ‘21 Crowley Jeffrey C. 1971 - ‘72 Cunningham Jeremiah 1980 Cuno J. B. 1913 - ‘15 Curcio John J. 1982 & ‘84 Curran Dennis M. 1982 - ‘85 Curran Kevin T. 1978 - ‘81 Curran William J. 1977 - ‘80 Curtin Gerald 1968 - ‘69 Curtin Ryan 2006 Cusson Benjamin 2001 - ‘03 Cutler William 2002 - ‘05

D D Dangerfield H. 1928 Daniecki David 1994 - ‘97 Daniels Andy 1983 Dardaris Mark 1989 - ‘92 Darraugh E. H. 1918 Dattelbaum Warren 1938 - ‘41 Davidheiser Eric 2010-pres. Davis Alan T. 1977 - ‘78 Davis Bill 2009-’11 Day W. R. 1931 - ‘33 Dean James W. 1953 Dean W. A. 1916 - ‘18 DeBaldo Scott 1995 DeBow Brendan 2000, 2002 - ‘03 Decker D. B. 1931 Decker, Jr. Howard W. (Mgr.) 1951 DeCock Gary 1981 Dede Scott 1988 DeFalco R. B. 1937 - ‘39 Degnan James 1984 - ‘85 Delanoy John 2005 Demos Greg 1999 Dent Christopher 1985 - ‘88 57

Detwiler E. B. 1932 Devine John A. 1977 DeVoe James F. 1953 Diehl Paul 1966 Dill Richard J. 1958 - ‘59 Doederlein Winfred P. 1955 Dolik Nick 2010-pres. Donahoe Frederick A. 1956 - ‘58 Donley Will 2008-’11 Donovan William J. 2001 - ‘04 D’Ortone Kenneth 1983 - ‘84 Dougherty John 1987 - ‘88 Doumar Roger 1963 - ‘65 Douthett E. M. 1936 Dowart A. L. 1916 Drake H. B. 1939 - ‘40 Drazenovich Joseph J. 1950 Dreeland Alan 1968 - ‘69 Dreyfus William 1986 - ‘88 Driscoll William 1999 - 2002 Driver Craig 1990 - ‘93 Droogan Sean 1999 - 2002 Drylie J. E. 1943 Dunkle R. S. 1917 Dunne Matthew 1964 - ‘65 Dwyer William L. 1993 - ‘96

E E Eagle Anthony J. 1950 - ‘52 Eaton W. L. 1920 Eddy R. B. 1936 Edel L. J. 1931 - ‘33 Edmunds G. H. 1925 - ‘27 Edmunds J. C. 1930 Edwards E. L. 1930 - ‘31 Edwards Kenneth 1968 Eicher David D. 1978 - ‘80 Eisenman R. S. 1935 - ‘37 Eisler C. R. 1921 - ‘23 Elder Gove G. 1958 - ‘59 Eldridge Timothy 1995 - ‘98 Elmer J. J. 2007-’10 Elser A. J. 1928 Emmick Timothy 1998, 2000 - ‘02 Erber Peter J. 1961 Eremus John 2003 - ‘06 Erhart E. O. 1913 Erwin Dave 2008 Erwin David T. 1959 - ‘61 Erwin Joseph B. 1955 Erwin Mark 1981 Eshelman W. 1944 Espy Brad 1995, ‘96, ‘98 Essig Sean 1986, ‘87, ‘89 Etter Kevin 2007-’10 Etter Sean 2003 - ‘05 Ezratty Steven P. 1974 - ‘75 F Fabian Farcosky Faries Farley

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F Louis A. (Mgr.) John L. E. E. S.

1972 - ‘73 2004 - ‘06 1942 - ‘43 1920 - ‘21

Farley Walter S. 1913 - ‘15 Farls John 1986 Farrell Bernard C. 1970 - ‘72 Farrell Charles 1965 - ‘66 Farrell John 1978 - ‘81 Farrell William 2000 - ‘03 Faust Alfred D. 1958 Feen Jeffrey 1987 - ‘90 Feightner Paul 1967 Feldman Marshall 2000 - ‘03 Fellows R. H. 1927 - ‘28 Ferguson Frederick 1967 - ‘68 Ferguson M. M. 1926 Ferguson R. G. 1932 Ferry T. L. (Mgr.) 1935 Field Edward 1995 Finley John R. 1946 - ‘49 Fiscus Glenn W. 1956 - ‘57 Fisher H. W. 1916 Fisher Paul 1988 - ‘91 Fisher R. D. 1914 - ‘16 Flanagan Timothy 1980 - ‘81 Flannery Matthew 2005 - ‘06 Fleck Todd 1989 Flenner, Jr. B. E. 1942 - ‘43 Fletcher Jack E. 1934 Flinchbaugh David 1962 - ‘64 Florence Thomas I. 1982 - ‘85 Foresman W. S. 1925 Forrest, Jr. William H. 1951 Forster Jack 2009-pres. Forster Randy 2010 Forster Rob 2006 - ‘09 Foster G. S. 1936 - ‘37 Fox R. W. (Mgr.) 1922 Frank J. C. 1923 - ‘24 Franson William 1966 Friedenberg David 1956 Friedman Stephen A. 1956 Fromkin Robert S. 1970 - ‘71 Fryburg Frank 1949 Fulton James A. 1950, ‘51, & ‘54 Furchner Wes 1997 - 2000

G G Gagliano Michael Gallagher A. J. Gannett Alex Gannett Christopher Gannett Alex Garonzik Scott N. Garrity Alex Garrity Christopher Gary Jeff Gatchell M. H. Gaumer L. S. Gehnrich Scott Geiger Daniel Geisewite C. F. Gekas Evan Gelsomini Mark P. Genther J. A. Gerber E. C.

1994 - ‘97 1913 - ‘14 2010 2003 - ‘06 2009 1975 2008-’11 2000 - ‘03 1983 1922 - ‘23 1945 2003 - ‘06 2001 - ‘02 1925 - ‘27 1985 1979 - ‘80 1938 - ‘39 1934 - ‘36

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Gerding H. V. 1927 Germain Andrew 1996 - ‘99 Gerrato Anthony 1984, ‘86, & ‘87 Gerrato Glenn 1991 - ‘92 Geuder R. E. (Mgr.) 1939 Giacalone William R. 1973 - ‘74 Gibbs G. A. 1920 Gilhool James 1986 - ‘88 Gilhool Paul 1989 - ‘91 Gill A. J. 1913 Girard Lucien 1952, ‘53, ‘56, & ‘57 Glading F. W. 1920 - ‘21 Glennon Travis 1999 - 2000 Gobey Galen 1967 - ‘69 Golder Tim 2011-pres. Goldschmidt John 2001 Goldstein Lewis 1986 Goldsworthy, Jr. Thomas C. 1952 - ‘53 Gorman Joseph 1965 - ‘67 Gotwals James E. 1941 - ‘43 Goulding Mark 1979 - ‘82 Grabenstetter Walter 1986 - ‘88 Graham Jay 1990, ‘92 - ‘94 Grant Richard 1971 Graves Stephen 1986 - ‘89 Greaney Bryan J. 1978 - ‘79 Green H. W. 1930 Green Philip 1991 Greenlee Thomas 1960 Gribbin Billy 2010-11 Griffin E. F. 1928 Griffin James M. 1956 Griffiths P. W. 1921 Gruver J. A. 1926 Guariglia Mark 1993 Guarton Gregory 1989 - ‘92 Gurenlian Gregory 2003 - ‘06 Guterding Joseph W. 1979 - ‘82 Gwynn J. A. 1931 - ‘32

H H Haas Jan 1980 Haberlin C. F. (Mgr.) 1929 Hackett B. M. 1924 - ‘26 Hagerman John C. 1949 - ‘50 Haggerty Kevin 1998 - 2000 Haggerty Ryan 1996 - ‘99 Hale Gregory 2001 - ‘04 Hall Stuart A. 1982 - ‘85 Hallowell C. K. 1914, ‘15, & ‘17 Hamas S. V. 1929 Hamel Robert D. 1954 - ‘56 Hamilton D. D. 1943 - ‘44 Hammer C. R. (Mgr.) 1931 Hammond Richard W. 1958 - ‘60 Hanna Richard C. 1950 Hannum M. E. 1945 Hardesty Tom 1986 Harkins S. F. 1925 - ‘26 Harris E. B. (Mgr.) 1941 Harris Mike 1995 Harrower D. E. 1913 Hasek, Jr. C. W. 1935 - ‘36 58

Hassan P. R. 1933 Hassan, Jr. J. S. 1932 Hastings H. E. 1927 Haswell Mike 1998 Hausner Howard M. 1942 - ‘43 Hay James R. 1953 - ‘55 Hayes John L. 1948 - ‘49 Hayes Thomas R. 1961 - ‘62 Hegarty L. C. 1922 Heim Patrick 2004 - ‘07 Helbig W. H. 1924 & ‘26 Helgeson Steve 1987 Helgeson Stu 1984 Heller Jeffrey L. 1974 Helpa Joseph 1986 Henderson Earle H. 1958 - ‘59 Henderson J. L. 1942 Henderson J. Scott 1962, ‘64-65 Henderson Stephen 1966-’68 Henjes Scott 1991 Henjes Todd 1983-’86 Henneghan Charley 2006, 2008-’10 Henneghan Danny 2010-pres. Henning W. D. 1940-’41 Henry J. B. 1932 Henry John P. 1951-’52 Henry Richard 1967-’68 Heppenstall J. M. 1931 Hermance Geoff 1990 Herring Edwin L. 1950-’51 Herscha Michael 1998-2001 Hershner Kevin 2003-’06 Herzer Brian 1979-’82 Herzer Karl M. 1977-’79 Hesch M. J. 1932-’33 Hess D. J. 1940 Hess William E. 1956-’58 Hilliard Ryan 1996-’97 Himoff D. T. 1935-’36 Hinckel Toebe 1995 Hinkle Richard 1960 Hockersmith Wayne L. 1951-’53 Hoffman C. F. 1921 Hoft J. M. 1935-’37 Hogan Chris 2007, 2009-’10 Hollenbach William S. 1943, ‘46-’48 Hollerbach John 1986-’89 Holmes Edward 1998-2001 Holmes Robert 1966 - ‘67 Holt Eric 1999 - 2000 Hontz L. H. 1935 - ‘37 Hood Benjamin 1990 - ‘93 Horikawa Herbert J. 1954 - ‘55 Houck James P. 1956 - ‘57 Houle David 2000 - ‘03 House W. B. 1925 - ‘26 Houseworth Burt B. 1958 Howells Derek 2002 - ‘05 Huddles William 1965 Hufnagel Yanni 2002 Hughes Charles E. 1958 Hughes John 1949 Humphreys Edward P. 1979 - ‘81

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Hunter Hurtzig, Jr. Huss

Bill Karl W. Sean

1992 - ‘93 1973 - ‘75 1997, ‘99 - 2001

I Iafrate Frank Iannetta Rocco M. Irmler Alex Irwin James O.

1964 - ‘65 1948 - ‘49 1994 1960 - ‘61

J J Jackson Gregory G. 1994 - ‘97 Jacober G. E. 1936 Jacober Michael 2002 - ‘05 Jacobs Scott 2006 - ‘08 Janda Richard J. 1959 - ‘60 Jennings W. J. 1921 Johnson Chris 1995 Johnson Jason 1993 - ‘96 Johnson Peter C. 1944, ‘46, & ‘47 Johnson Ronald 1963 - ‘65 Johnson Scott 2006 Johnson Thomas 1999 Johnston F. B. 1913 Johnston R. B. 1924 Jones B. C. 1921 Jones Edward C. 1954 Jones Elliott 2003, ‘04, & ‘06 Jones W. M. 1931 Jones William 2002 - ‘05 Jordon H. B. 1915 Josefson J. C. 1915 Joyce Kevin 2007-’10 Jurman David L. 1992 - ‘95 K K Kaczowka Henry 1966 - ‘67 Kaiser K. C. 1929 - ‘30 Kaiser K. R. 1929 - ‘30 Kaiser Todd 1998 - ‘99 Kane F. E. 1932 Kane James E. 1959 - ‘60 Kaplan M. L. 1930 Kappel William M. 1969 - ‘70 Kastroll William 1992 - ‘93 Kaulfuss E. J. 1933 - ‘34 Kaut Austin 2011-pres. Kay Donald P. 1946 Keegan Richard W. 1978 - ‘79 Keenan Kevin 1996 - ‘99 Kelly Bruce W. 1972 Kennedy Devin 2004 - ‘07 Kennedy James 1962 Kennedy Tom 1988 Kenney Adam 2004 - ‘07 Kern Michael 1998 - 2001 Kern, Jr. H. F. 1942 - ‘43 Kerwin Kenneth D. 1945 - ‘47 Kessler L. A. (Mgr.) 1943 Kessler Philip 1985 - ‘86 Kiefer M. R. 1927 - ‘28 Kielar W. A. 1932 Kilfoil J. F. 1935 - ‘36

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Killoren Chris 1995 - ‘98 Kimble Reginald (Mgr.) 1948 King Aden A. 1993 - ‘96 King Andrew D. 1994 - ‘97 King David 1984 - ‘87 King David 1995 - ‘98 Kissell Dean W. 1945, ‘47-’49 Klein Richard A. 1953 - ‘55 Kleinman Randall 1998 - 2001 Kline G. E. 1933 - ‘34 Koban Douglas 1982 Koch R. J. 1941 - ‘42 Kolb Jordan 2006 - ‘09 Koons Robert W. 1951 - ‘52 Kopenhaver Jim 1980 - ‘82 Korte Todd 1995 - ‘98 Kosanovich Bronco 1945 - ‘47 Koth George F. 1933 - ‘35 Koth O. R. 1929 - ‘30 Kowalski David P. 1970 Kowalski Peter A. 1975 - ‘78 Kranzley Steve 1981 Krause Andrew 1938 - ‘39 Kriebel T. E. 1916 - ‘17 Kromolz Stephen 1991 - ‘94 Kuich F. C. 1927 Kupferberg Ian 1998 - 2001 Kutufaris Paul 1989 - ‘91

L L Lafferty H. D. 1923 - ‘24 LaCrosse Tom 2011-pres. LaGrow Joshua 2002 - ‘04 Laird Matt 2000 Lamy Chris 1996 Lang Brooke 1991 - ‘92 Latimer Warren E. (Mgr.) 1950 Laurin L. K. 1948 Laverty James 1988 - ‘91 LeChard Allan P. 1954 - ‘55 Lee C. V. 1929 Leedom Andrew R. 1993 - ‘96 Lehman Christopher 1990 - ‘93 Lehman Steve 1992, ‘93, & ‘95 Leuschner F. H. 1920 - ‘21 Levine Jay R. 1974 - ‘75 Lewis D. G. 1930 - ‘31 Lewis David 1967 Lewis H. H. (Mgr.) 1932 Lewis M. P. 1917 Lewis Matt 1995 - ‘96 Lindenmuth E. J. 1931 Link Ryan 2009-pres. Lion Thomas 1981 - ‘84 Lisko Roy K. 1971 - ‘72 Lloyd Billy 2008-’11 Lloyd J. S. 1917 Lockhart Andrew R. 1960 - ‘62 Lockwood C. H. 1941 - ‘43 Locotos Frank N. 1954 - ‘56 Locotos George 1945 - ‘48 Lomady Frederick C. 1977 - ‘79 Long, Jr. John 1950 59

Long Joey 2008 Lorenz Arthur L. 1944, ‘47, & ‘48 Lotz J. H. 1937 Louis Robert A. 1947 - ‘50 Lower IV Edward 1989 - ‘90 Loy Matt 2007-’10 Lunder William 1987 - ‘90 Lundmark Stephen 1991 & ‘93 Lux John R. 1948 - ‘49 Lynch Brian 1982 - ‘85

M M Mabry Brian 2001 - ‘04 Mackrides Andrew 2005 - ‘08 Mackrides Matthew 2009-pres. Madden Devin 2007 - ‘08 Maddock R. S. 1944 Magda Richard 1999, 2001-02 Mahoney Micheal P. 1978 - ‘79 Mahrer Stacey (Mgr.) 1987 - ‘88 Main J. B. (Mgr.) 1933 Makover Peter 1990 - ‘93 Makover Richard 1984 - ‘87 Maley F. L. 1933 & ‘35 Mall R. R. (Mgr.) 1942 Malloy Patrick 1965 Maloy J. S. 1917 Maran P. Marshall 1989 Marcus Chris 1990 - ‘93 Markland Francis S. 1957 Martenis F. P. 1944 Martin Gary 1981 - ‘84 Martocci William D. 1972 - ‘73 Marycz Mike 1995 - ‘96 Maschal W. D. 1928 Mass Michael A. 1975 & ‘78 Mathews W. H. 1915 - ‘16 Matthews John 1967 - ‘69 Mauti Richard D. 1975 - ‘77 May Kurt A. 1973 - ‘74 Mayer William 1983 Mayerhofer Don 1997 - 2000 Mayville Kenneth 2002 - ‘04 McAleenan Ryan 2006 - ‘09 McAuliffe Kevin 1991 McBride S. P. (Mgr.) 1937 McCaffery Brian 1996 McCandless P. 1926, ‘27, & ‘29 McClaren W. L. 1935 McCleary John G. 1947 - ‘48 McClung J. H. 1936 McCollough J. P. 1914 McCollough William E. 1953 McCormick Mike 1983 - ‘84 McCoy John P. 1968 - ‘70 McCubbin Mark E. 1971 - ‘73 McDermott Bryan 1991 - ‘93 McDonough William J. 1958 - ‘59 McDowell C. C. 1916 McGarvey Ryan 2009-pres. McGihon Robert 2000 - ‘01 McGinley Kevin 1992 McGinley Sean 1983 - ‘86

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McGrath Mike 1997 - 2000 McGuire Robert K. 1974 - ‘77 McGuire Timothy S. 1973 & ‘75 McGuone James 1967 - ‘69 McHugh, Jr. J. E. 1940 - ‘41 McKeever David V. 1969 - ‘71 McKelvey Paul 1988 - ‘91 McKeon Scott 1984 - ‘87 McKlveen J. H. 1927 - ‘28 McMillen, Jr. W. W. 1930 - ‘32 McPherson R. M. (Mgr.) 1928 Mears Richard C. 1961 Medico Nancy E. (Mgr.) 1975 Meeker George E. 1946 & ‘48 Mehard H. R. 1913 - ‘14 Meier Louis A. 1960 - ‘62 Meisel John 1962 - ‘64 Melson Chris 1987 Merkel Erik 1994 - ‘95 Meyer H. N. 1937 - ‘39 Miller M. G. 1920 - ‘21 Miller M. M. 1930 Millick John A. (Mgr.) 1953 Milliken, Jr. H. E. 1943 - ‘44 Millspaugh Michael 1975 Minnich S. B. 1929 Mitchell Charles W. 1974 Mitchell Thomas B. 1942 - ‘43 Mitman Joshua C. 1973 Moconyi Andrew S. 1959 - ‘60 Moen Brian 1993, ‘95, & ‘96 Moltisanti Robert 1993 Montgomery Jeffrey 1988 - ‘89 Moore Chad 1963 - ‘65 Moorhouse W. J. 1933 Morgan C. C. 1922 - ‘24 Morin Francois 1995 - ‘96 Morris Duncan 1984 - ‘85 Morriss VI James T. 1994 - ‘97 Morse Logan 1989 - ‘92 Mortimer Samuel J. 1952 Mosko Michael 1984 - ‘85 Moulthrop H. K. 1932 - ‘34 Moylan David C. 1975 - ‘76 Mullen Ryan 2011-pres. Mulqueen Chris 2007 - ‘09 Mulqueen Matthew 2004 - ‘07 Munhall A. N. 1913 - 1914 Murphy Steve 1989 - ‘90 Murray T. A. 1924

N N Naribetsky J. 1939 Nave Brendan 2011-pres. Neffgen Alfred V. 1970 - ‘72 Nehoda John R. 1945, ‘47, ‘48, & ‘49 Nestor, Jr. Rodger S. 1946 - ‘49 Neumann Dan 1990 New David 2008 Newbury D. S. 1940 Nichols John 2008-’11 Nissenbaum Scott 1992 Nolan John J. 1945, ‘46, & ‘48

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Northrop Jan Nusbaum Hank Nutter Christopher

1998 - 2001 1992 1988 - ‘91

O 0 Ober C. Brooke 1982 - ‘83 O’Brien John A. 1968 - ‘70 O’Brien Sean 1991 O’Connor David 1985 - ‘88 Odenkirk William D. 1958 O’Donnell David 1993 - ‘96 O’Donnell Michael 1992, ‘94, & ‘95 Ogden Thomas A. 1961 Ogelsby Luke 2000 - ‘03 O’Keefe Michael T. 1992 - ‘95 Olmstead R. H. 1913 - ‘16 O’Malley Matthew 2001 - ‘04 O’Rorke Timothy 1998 Owens Joseph 1950 P P Palmer J. Hugh 1961 Panzer Kenneth 1979 - ‘82 Passano Lindsay 1966 & ‘68 Paton Tom 1964 Patterson Garry 1966 - ‘68 Patton Michael 1992 - ‘93 Patton Richard 1966 - ‘68 Patzer Eric 1971 Paulin Louis 1962 - ‘63 Pauxtis Chris 1997 Pawloski Robert C. 1953 Pearl John J. 1989 - ‘92 Pearsall Gilbert 2004 - ‘07 Pecori Edward J. 1927 Peddy Thomas 1988 - ‘91 Pentz Marianne (Mgr.) 1985 Perella F. J. 1928 - ‘30 Perry Charles 2000 - ‘02, & ‘04 Perry Edmond 2001 - ‘04 Perry R. H. 1928 Peters Josh 1994 - ‘97 Peters W. V. 1913 - ‘14 Pfirman John 1946 - ‘47 Pierce, Jr. Augustus D. 1950 Pieri Brian 1997 Pietrzak Steven R. 1972 Pillion Michael 1978 - ‘79 Pinkerton Daniel R. 1973 & ‘75 Piper W. G. 1942 - ‘43 Pitarra Adam 1997 - ‘98 Pittinger G. R. 1942 - ‘43 Plesser Lee Ann (Mgr.) 1977 - ‘78 Poisson Fred D. 1946 Poley Josh 1996 Pollard Hamilton 1996 - ‘99 Pollock Andrew 1962 & ‘64 Pollock F. R. 1934 Poole Jon 1977 Poon Derek 1995 - ‘97 Pope P. H. 1915 Portman Gregory 1984 - ‘85 Powell Diallo 1994 - ‘97 60

Price Price Pritchard Pritchard Pritchard Prizer Proksa Q Quinn Quinn

Byron F. J. L. David James E. W. E. J. E. J. J.

1958 1939 - ‘40 1979 - ‘80 1977 - ‘78 1926 - ‘27 1928 - ‘30 1936 - ‘38

Q Michael Robert

1991 & ‘93 1986 - ‘87

R R Radecic Matthew 2004 - ‘07 Raffensperger Paul J. 1950 - ‘51 Rahauser G. W. 1930 Raiser Michael N. 1960 - ‘61 Rall Eugene 1983 - ‘86 Rathmell J. N. 1933 - ‘34 Rattner George 1942 Rauch Jeff 1997 Raymond Burton E. 1950 Recco Edward A. 1977 - ‘79 Redding Rodney J. 1970 - ‘71 Reed J. A. 1933 - ‘35 Reed James A. 1950, ‘51, & ‘54 Reidy K. F. 1931 Reiling Michael J. (Mgr.) 1973 Reilly T. S. 1930 Repp Paul H. 1975 - ‘77 Rhodes Colby 2008 Rickel Jason 1996 Ridgway Conrad 2009-’10 Riddell J. G. 1940 - ‘41 Ritchie Leonard 1949 Ritter George E. 1938 - ‘40 Ritter James W. 1940 - ‘42 Robertson Ray 1986 - ‘88 Robeson G. A. 1934 - ‘36 Robinson Ricky 2009-’10 Rogers Thomas C. 1972 - ‘74 Rogers W. H. 1917 Rolewicz Michael 1989 - ‘92 Romanchuk D. J. 1999 Roper Drew 2010-pres, Rosecrans James E. 1973 & ‘75 Rosen David 1962 Ross Earl 2007 - ‘10 Ross R. S. 1942 - ‘43 Rossa Raymond 1967 Rostmeyer Richard C. 1951 - ‘53 Rovder Linda (Mgr.) 1982 Rowe J. R. 1922 Rubin S. M. 1945 Ruf Jason 1994 Ruf Richard 1968 - ‘69 Rumbaugh H. M. 1939 Rumbaugh J. E. 1934 - ‘36 Russo Rich 1981 - ‘84 Rutherford David 1993 Ryan Anthony 1963 & ‘65 Ryan Mike 1987 & ‘90

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S

Sadock Martin (Mgr.) 1944 Saler Morton 1940 - ‘42 Saltsman Daniel 2004 - ‘07 Sampson Greg 2008-’10 Sanders Donald J. 1957 Schaefer Richard H. 1952 - ‘53 Schaller Chris 1998 - ‘99 Schiller Chris 1996 - ‘99 Schilling Henry 1960 Schmidt Patrick 2001 Schmitt James 1985 - ‘88 Schmitt John 1981 - ‘83 Schmitt Tom 1987 Schneider Ronald E. 1971, ‘73, & ‘74 Schock David 1968 - ‘69 Schoepflin Robert 1967 - ‘69 Schooley Stuart W. 1969 - ‘70 Schoonmaker Alexander 1991 - ‘94 Schoonmaker William F. 1982 - ‘85 Schrader Stephen H. 1961 & ‘63 Schuepp Paul W. 1970 - ‘72 Schwartz Kenneth A. 1973 Schwin Steve 1981 & ‘83 Scott Brett 2005 - ‘08 Scout Vance L. 1950 - ‘51 Seaman C. D. 1925 Sebastian John T. 1992 - ‘94 Seelig Richard W. 1961 - ‘63 Seeman Thomas A. 1956 - ‘57 Sesler, Jr. A. E. 1943 Seubel W. F. 1930 Shaffer J. K. 1928 - ‘29 Shaffer J. M. 1934 Shaner W. J. 1923 - ‘25 Shank Ben 1997 Shankoff Matt 2008-’11 Shanks E. G. 1925 - ‘26 Shannon Timothy 1989 Sharp R. C. 1938 - ‘40 Shea Brian 2007-’10 Sheffer Dale E. 1951 Sheridan E. A. 1937 Shiels Roy (Mgr.) 1960 Shorts Brian T. 1992 - ‘95 Shrucker L. R. 1917 Sibson Bryan 1979 - ‘80 Siconolfi Mark 1993 Silberg Stephen (Mgr.) 1967 - ‘68 Silver John L. 1969 - ‘71 Silver Scott M. 1972 Silver Stephen M. 1969 - ‘70 Simpson A. G. 1936 - ‘38 Singer E. V. 1923 - ‘24 Singley M. E. 1941 - ‘42 Sjoholin-SierchioKristi (Mgr.) 1981 Smedley Richard H. 1970 - ‘72 Smith David 2002 - ‘03 Smith Irving T. 1947 - ‘48 Smith John 1966 Smith L. 1913 Smith Micah 2005 - ‘06

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Smith R. W. 1917 Smith Richard 1949 Smith Thomas C. 1944, ‘45, & ‘49 Smith, Jr. F. R. 1931 - ‘32 Snell, Jr. Willard H. 1956 Snively N. R. 1937 Snook J. A. 1936 - ‘38 Snyder Donald 1957 Snyder Mervin A. 1946 & ‘50 Sobel Beverly (Mgr.) 1982 Solomon Stephen 2003 Souder Larry E. 1974 Spencer Howard A. 1961 - ‘63 Spillane John 1978 - ‘80 Spinelli Anthony 1988 & ‘90 Sprenkle Richard 1964 Stahley J. N. 1929 - ‘30 Staropoli Joseph 1980 - ‘83 Staub Kenneth W. 1961 - ‘63 Steinman Theodore 1960 Steinmuller John P. 1952, ‘53, ‘56, & ‘57 Sternberg Ryne 2011-pres. Stevens Walter T. 1945 - ‘46 Stillman Jon 1999 - 2000 Stimmel Andrew 2007 Stinger Sean 1987 Stolp Loren 1967 Stoltz Michael 2001 - ‘04 Stone Donald S. 1969 - ‘71 Stone Jason C. 1951 Stoup James 1962 Strasberg Robert 1988, ‘89, & ‘91 Strong Edwin T. 1958 Stuckey John 2006 - ‘09 Sturgis Shane 2011-pres. Sullivan Clifford F. 1947 Sullivan Paul W. 1978 - ‘81 Swanson Robert P. 1959 Swartz Ronald A. 1970 - ‘71 Swensen James S. 1961 Swensen Richard 1960 & ‘62 Szadziewicz John W. 1948 - ‘49

T T Tarr Jesse Taylor Carey H. Taylor David Tedesco Vincent Temkovitz C. A. Tenhula Arthur N. Tesner, Jr. Raymond J. Thiel David Thiel Glenn F. Thomas Alan E. Thomas Augustus O. Thompson Joseph W. Thompson Larry W. Thorpe R. J. Toner Michael Torok T. T. Trapani Brian Travis Tyler Trenz James W. 61

2002 - ‘05 1945 - ‘46 1980 - ‘83 1962 - ‘64 1942 1946 - ‘47 1973 - ‘75 1963 - ‘65 1964 - ‘66 1958 1947 - ‘49 1961 1975 1942 2006 - ‘09 1927 - ‘29 1987 2011-pres. 1971 - ‘72

Trout P. H. Trumper Jerome J. Trusal Lynn Tuleya Raymond R. Turri William

1921 - 22 1947 1968 1957 - ‘59 1979 - ‘82

V V Vallance Tony 1995 - ‘97 Vallone Matthew 1998 - 2001 Van Arsdale Max 2005, 2007 - ‘08 VanKirk Malcolm 1990 VanThof Kyle 2010-pres. Veach John 1962 - ‘64 Verschell Jeffrey 1987 - ‘90 Ververelli Peter J. 1977 Vesco Savino 1945 Vicker H. A. 1920 Voight Randall 1966 - ‘68 Vosburgh Colton 2008-’11 W W Wacker Gregory 1964 - ‘66 Walker E. A. 1929 Walker J. E. 1943 Walker John R. 1951 Ward Andrew 2005 Ward Stephen D. 1970 - ‘72 Wargo Lawrence E. 1973 Warner J. H. 1921 Warner Jim 2009 Warner Matthew 2006 - ‘09 Warren Robert J. 1993 - ‘96 Warsaw Larry B. 1974 - ‘75 Washo David 1997 - 2000 Watkins B. E. 1923 Watkins Donald J. 1951 Watkins J. R. 1948 Watkins R. M. 1942 Waynick David 1987 - ‘90 Weaver Waldo 1949 Weber E. J. 1929 - ‘30 Weber H. C. 1931 - ‘32 Weber Robert E. 1933 - ‘35 Webster David 1965 - ‘66 Weeden Richard D. 1958 Weidner Everett B. 1954 - ‘55 Weinberg Kenneth 1964 Wendell William R. 1925 & ‘27 Wengrenovich Scott 2006 Wentz B. W. 1924 Werner Matt 1999 Werner Raymond F. 1978 Wertz C. F. 1920 Whitaker Nathaniel 2003 - ‘06 Whitaker, Jr. J. R. 1943 & ‘48 Wieland D. A. 1925 Wilcox John H. 1950 - ‘51 Wilhelm T. G. 1944 Wilke Tom 1981 Wilkinson David N. 1958 - ‘59 Wilkinson F. M. 1924 Wille Kenneth F. 1991 - ‘94 Wilson Harry E. 1923

PENN STATE 2011–12 • MEN’S LACROSSE

Wilson W. S. 1913 Winpenny III James B. 1958 - ‘59 Wolf James L. 1947 - ‘48 Wolfram, Jr. Harold G. (Mgr.) 1950 - ‘52 Wood Eric 1998 - 2001 Wood William W. 1914 - ‘15 Worley James 1949 Wuenschel O. B. 1938 - ‘39 Wyszynski Brandon 1993

Y Yaverbaum Harry I. (Mgr.) 1957 Yerger H. C. 1914 - ‘15 Yocum E. S. 1921 - ‘22 Yoder Carson 1998 - 2000 Yoder Grant 1992 - ‘93 Yohman John 1952 Yost I. A. 1922 - ‘24 Young Marc 2002 - ‘05 Youtz Ronald M. 1953 - ‘55 Yudin J. D. 1940

Z Z Zanone Joseph Zappia Matthew Zichelli Thomas Ziegenfus William M. Zimmerman, Jr. W. H.

1980 2000 - ‘03 2005 - ‘08 1941 - ‘42 1932

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