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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE QUICK FACTS

2017 SCHEDULE

THE UNIVERSITY

JANUARY Sat. 21 $ Sat. 28 $ FEBRUARY Sat. 4 Sat. 11 Sat. 18 Sat. 25 MARCH Sat. 4 Tues. 7 Sat. 11 Fri. 17 Sat. 25 APRIL Sun. 2 *% Sat. 8 * Sat. 15 * Sun. 23 * Sat. 29 *% MAY Thurs. 4 Sat. 6 Wed. 10 Sat. 13 Sun. 14 Sat. 20 Sun. 21 Sat. 27 Mon. 29

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . University Park, Pa. Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1855 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47,261 Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nittany Lions Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue and White Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Ten Conference Home Facilities . . . PSU Lacrosse Field (1,000; grass) Holuba Hall (1,250; indoor turf) President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Barron Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sandy Barbour Men’s Lacrosse Administrator . . . . . . . . Rick Kaluza Faculty Representative . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Linda Caldwell Athletics Website . . . . . . . . www.GoPSUsports.com

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Tambroni (Seventh year) Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hobart '92 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157-80 (.662) Penn State Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-40 (.545) E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . jjt19@psu.edu Associate Head Coach . . . Peter Toner (Seventh year) Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Springfield '03 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pct3@psu.edu Assistant Coach . . . . . . . Chris Doctor (Seventh year) Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rutgers '07 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cdd10@psu.edu Director of Operations . . . . David Shriver (Sixth year) Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgetown '11 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . djs74@psu.edu Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137 East Area Locker Room McKean Avenue University Park, PA 16802 Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (814) 863-7470

TEAM INFORMATION

2016 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7 2016 Big Ten Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 Postseason Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Ten Semifinals Home / Away / Neutral Records . . . . . 4-4 / 3-2 / 1-1 Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32/10 Newcomers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 2017 Captain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nick Aponte Twitter/Instagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . @PennStateMLAX Facebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PennStateMensLacrosse

PROGRAM HISTORY

First Varsity Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1913 Seasons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 All-Time Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 508-512-8 (.494) Big Ten Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6 First Big Ten Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2015 NCAA Tournament Appearances . 3 (2003, 2005, 2013) All-Americans (First, Second & HM) . . . . . . . . . . 122 Scholar All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

ROBERT MORRIS at Hobart CORNELL at Villanova

University Park, Pa. 3 p.m. Victor, N.Y. 2 p.m. University Park, Pa. Noon Villanova, Pa. 11 a.m.

PENN FURMAN at Harvard FAIRFIELD CLEVELAND STATE

University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa. Cambridge, Mass. University Park, Pa. University Park, Pa.

Noon Noon Noon 4 p.m. Noon

OHIO STATE at Maryland at Johns Hopkins RUTGERS at Michigan

University Park, Pa. College Park, Md. Baltimore, Md. University Park, Pa. Ann Arbor, Md.

7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Big Ten Tournament Big Ten Tournament NCAA Play-In Game NCAA First Round NCAA First Round NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Final

Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Campus Sites Campus Sites Campus Sites Newark, Del./ Hempstead, N.Y. Foxborough, Mass. Foxborough, Mass.

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* – Big Ten conference game • $ - Exhibition game % – Creator’s Trophy game • All times Eastern Home games in CAPS at Penn State Lacrosse Field (1) Home game at Holuba Hall NITTANY LIONS ON TV Several of Penn State’s games are broadcast on television each year, including ESPNU, ESPN2 and ESPN. In addition, the Big Ten Network also televises games. Be sure and check your local listings or visit www. GoPSUsports.com for a full schedule detailing which games will be featured on television.

STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS

Men’s Lacrosse Contact . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Sommer Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (814) 321-6478 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . sfs34@psu.edu Mailing Address . . . . . . . 101-N Bryce Jordan Center University Park, PA 16802 2

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTERACT WITH #PSUMLAX

Quick Facts & 2017 Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Table of Contents & Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Nittany Lion Radio/TV Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Head Coach Jeff Tambroni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Coaching Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Player Bios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-29 The Creator’s Trophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Big Ten in Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 2016 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 2016 Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Penn State Lacrosse Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35 Penn State Big Ten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Big Ten Tournament Records & NCAA Tournament Records . . . . . 38-39 National Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Conference Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-42 North-South All-Star Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Nittany Lions on Professional & National Teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Team Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45-46 Coaching History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47-48 Year-by-Year Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49-60 Results vs. Ranked Teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 All-Time Series Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Series Histories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-65 All-Time Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68-76 All-Time Jersey Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77-84

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CREDENTIALS

GAMEDAY MEDIA SERVICES

Members of the media should contact the Penn State Strategic Communications Office to request season or individual game credentials for home games. Individual match requests should be made no later than noon, two days prior to the game and should be directed to Steve Sommer, Assistant Director of Strategic Communications, at (814) 321-6478 or sfs34@psu.edu.

The Penn State Strategic Communications staff will provide pregame notes, scorecards, rosters, updated statistics and results for each team prior to each game. Box scores will be distributed at halftime and following the game.

MEDIA OPPORTUNITIES Please direct all requests for interviews with coaches or players to Steve Sommer. Members of the Penn State coaching staff are usually available for weekly media availability on Tuesday afternoons at 1:45 p.m. and following games. Members of the team will be available for interviews by appointment, but will not be available for interviews on the day of a game, home or away, until the postgame press conference. After home games, head coach Jeff Tambroni and requested student-athlete will be available for interviews. Contact Steve Sommer for individual postgame interviews and away game requests. Players will return telephone calls, however home and cell phone numbers will not be distributed. For opposing student-athletes and coaches, please contact Steve Sommer, who will alert the visiting contact, if available, or set up interviews. Penn State adheres to the NCAA photography policies.

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE 2017 ROSTER No. Name

Year

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Grant Ament TJ Connellan Mac O'Keefe Chris Isenberg Kevin Hill Ryan Keenan Tanner Peck Matt Florence Nick McEvoy Nick Aponte Matt Donnelly Tyler Butler Nick Spillane Dylan Foulds Robby Black Matt Sexton Mike Aronow Will Schreiner Hunter Pearl Brian Prestreau Tommy Wright Tyler Chambers Chris Sabia Matthew Fisher Barrett Sutley Jack Rusbuldt Conor Smith Kevin Fox Dean Lamela Tripp Traynor Colby Kneese Dan Craig Brandon Stern Mitch Schaefer Drake Kreinz Mike Sutton Gerard Arceri Trevor Scollins Jimmy Nowoswiat Nick Cardile Billy Lombardi Peter Triolo

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5-9 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-10 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-10 6-0 5-7 5-9 5-10 6-0 6-4 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-2 5-10 6-2 5-10 6-1 5-9 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-7 6-1

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HEAD COACH: Jeff Tambroni (Hobart ’92), Seventh Season ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: Peter Toner (Springfield ’03), Seventh Season ASSISTANT COACH: Chris Doctor (Rutgers ’07), Seventh Season DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: David Shriver (Georgetown ’11), Sixth Season

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Hometown

High School/Last College

Doylestown, Pa. The Haverford School Cazenovia, N.Y. Cazenovia Syosset, N.Y. Syosset Glen Mills, Pa. Malvern Prep Webster, N.Y. Webster Thomas Smithtown, N.Y. Smithtown West Lincoln University, Pa. Avon Grove Greenwood Village, Colo. Kent Denver School/Virginia Washington, D.C. Gonzaga College HS West Islip, N.Y. West Islip Sewell, N.J. Clearview Regional Doylestown, Pa. Central Bucks East Franklin Square, N.Y. Carey Port Coquitlam, British Columbia Terry Fox Secondary Lutherville, Md. McDonogh School Niskayuna, N.Y. Niskayuna Holbrook, N.Y. Sachem North Kemblesville, Pa. Avon Grove Reisterstown, Md. St. Paul's Yorktown Heights, N.Y. Yorktown Garden City, N.Y. Garden City Media, Pa. Episcopal Academy Harleysville, Pa. The Haverford School Alexandria, Va. St. Stephen's & St. Agnes Owings Mills, Md. McDonogh School Richmond, Va. Collegiate School Long Island, N.Y. West Islip Annapolis, Md. St. Mary's Brick, N.J. The Lawrenceville School Downingtown, Pa. Malvern Prep Dallas, Texas Highland Park Shelburne, Ontario Centre Dufferin Cherry Hill, N.J. Cherry Hill East Canandaigua, N.Y. Canandaigua Academy Delafield, Wis. The Portsmouth Abbey School (R.I.) Sewell, N.J. St. Augustine Prep St. James, N.Y. Smithtown East Marshfield, Mass. Marshfield Kennett Square, Pa. Unionville West Grove, Pa. Avon Grove Rochester, N.Y. Aquinas Institute Smithtown, N.Y. Smithtown Eas

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Kreinz KRINES Nowoswiat No-WAZ-ee-it Prestreau PREST-row Rusbuldt RUSS-bult Sabia SAY-bee-uh Tambroni Tam-BRO-Knee Triolo TREE-ol-oh


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE

GRANT AMENT

#1 | SO. | ATTACK

NICK CARDILE

#43 | FR. | DEFENSE

MATT FLORENCE

#8 | RS-SR. | MIDFIELD

COLBY KNEESE

#34 | FR. | GOALIE

MAC O'KEEFE

#3 | FR. | ATTACK

MITCH SCHAEFER

#37 | FR. | MIDFIELD

BRANDON STERN

#36 | SO. | MIDFIELD

NICK APONTE

#10 | SR. | MIDFIELD

TYLER CHAMBERS

#24 | SR. | MIDFIELD

DYLAN FOULDS

#14 | RS-FR. | ATTACK

DRAKE KREINZ

#38 | RS-SR. | MIDFIELD

HUNTER PEARL

#20 | JR. | GOALIE/DEF

WILL SCHREINER

#19 | JR. | GOALIE

BARRETT SUTLEY

#27 | FR. | MIDFIELD

JEFF TAMBRONI HEAD COACH

GERARD ARCERI

#40 | FR. | MIDFIELD

TJ CONNELLAN

#2 | FR. | DEFENSE

KEVIN FOX

#31 | SO. | DEFENSE

DEAN LAMELA

#32 | SO. | DEFENSE

TANNER PECK

#7 | JR. | ATTACK

TREVOR SCOLLINS

#41 | SO. | GOALIE

MIKE SUTTON

#39 | SR. | MIDFIELD

PETER TONER

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

MIKE ARONOW

#17 | JR. | DEFENSE

DAN CRAIG

#35 | SR. | MIDFIELD

KEVIN HILL

#5 | SO. | MIDFIELD

BILLY LOMBARDI

#44 | SR. | MIDFIELD

BRIAN PRESTREAU

#22 | SR. | MIDFIELD

MATT SEXTON

#16 | RS-SR. | MIDFIELD

TRIPP TRAYNOR

#33 | JR. | MIDFIELD

CHRIS DOCTOR

ASSISTANT COACH

ROBBY BLACK

#15 | SO. | MIDFIELD

MATT DONNELLY

#11 | SO. | MIDFIELD

CHRIS ISENBERG

TYLER BUTLER

#12 | JR. | DEFENSE

MATTHEW FISHER

#26 | FR. | MIDFIELD

RYAN KEENAN

#4 | JR. | MIDFIELD

#6 | JR. | MIDFIELD

NICK MCEVOY

JIMMY NOWOSWIAT

#9 | FR. | MIDFIELD

JACK RUSBULDT

#28 | FR. | GOALIE

CONOR SMITH

#29 | FR. | ATTACK

PETER TRIOLO

#45 | SR. | DEFENSE

DAVID SHRIVER

DIRECTOR OF OPS

#42 | SO. | ATTACK

CHRIS SABIA

#25 | SO. | DEFENSE

NICK SPILLANE

#13 | SO. | MIDFIELD

TOMMY WRIGHT

#23 | SO. | DEFENSE


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE HEAD COACH JEFF TAMBRONI

Seventh Year | Hobart '92 Career Record: 157-80 (.662) | At Penn State: 48-40 (.545) During the 2012 campaign, Tambroni led the Nittany Lions to a second-place CAA finish with two USILA All-Americans and six All-CAA honorees. Penn State finished with a 9-6 overall record and a 5-1 mark in conference action.

2009 USILA DI COACH OF THE YEAR 2011 CAA CO-COACH OF THE YEAR 2013 CAA COACH OF THE YEAR 2014 U.S. MEN'S NATIONAL TEAM ASSISTANT COACH

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.

After guiding the Nittany Lions through their second season of Big Ten Lacrosse, Jeff Tambroni returns for his seventh season as Penn State’s head coach in 2017.

In 2011, eight Nittany Lions garnered All-CAA recognition and freshman Kaut earned Rookie of the Year honors while being named a USILA Honorable Mention All-American.

Tambroni, one of the sport’s most decorated coaches, enters the 2017 season ranking ninth among all active Division I coaches in career win percentage. During the 2016 season, Tambroni guided Penn State to its fifth season going .500 or above under his guidance. Most notably of the 2016 campaign, he led Penn State to defeat a top-ranked opponent for the first time in program history on March 26, when the Nittany Lions earned a 15-10 victory over defending national champions and No. 1 ranked Denver, snapping the opponent’s 20-game win streak. Penn State notched two other wins over ranked opponents during the 2016 campaign as well, knocking off No. 18 Cornell and No. 8 Harvard in the process.

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 Semifinal 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.

Tambroni led Penn State to be one of the most efficient teams in the country in 2016, with the team finishing second in Division I in turnovers per game, while finishing sixth in the country in shooting percentage. Penn State earned its first unanimous All-Big Ten selection in attackman Nick Aponte, while Grant Ament and Mike Aronow earned All-Big Ten honorable mentions. Tambroni also led TJ Sanders to be named Penn State’s ninth USILA Scholar All-America selection.

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.

Tambroni guided the Nittany Lions through a historic season in 2015 that brought Penn State's first appearance in the Big Ten Tournament following the first ever season of Big Ten lacrosse. The Nittany Lions opened the season ranked No. 14 in the USILA DI Preseason Coaches' Poll and knocked off No. 16/11 Penn during the 2015 season. Tambroni also led Penn State to its first two Big Ten conference victories as well as a berth to the conference tournament. He also mentored rising senior TJ Sanders to USILA All-America honorable mention honors.

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.

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.

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 (1990-91). The MVP of the 1990 NCAA title game, Tambroni helped lead the team to back-to-back NCAA championships (199091) and left Hobart tied for seventh on the school’s all-time scoring list with 202 points.

In 2014, Tambroni led Penn State to its fourth consecutive above-.500 season. His student-athletes earned the eighth USILA All-American and third Scholar AllAmerica honors of Tambroni’s Penn State career. He also coached goalkeeper Austin Kaut to his school record third All-America honor and conference-best All-CAA first team award.

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.

Penn State’s 2013 campaign saw Tambroni lead Penn State to one of the greatest seasons in program history while celebrating its 100th season. The Nittany Lions set records for wins (12) and earned the program’s first outright regular season conference title by sweeping the CAA with a 6-0 record. PSU rattled off 10 straight wins from March through May to earn the school’s third NCAA bid and first chance to host an NCAA game.

Tambroni and his wife, Michelle, have three daughters, Carissa, Madison and Ella. Michelle played field hockey at Penn State from 1988-90 and earned AllAmerica honors as a senior.

Tambroni was named CAA Coach of the Year for the second time in his career (2011), while Kaut (under Tambroni’s tutelage) was named Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award for the nation’s best goalie. Also, Kaut was CAA Player and Defensive Player of the Year. Sanders was named Rookie of the Year and the Nittany Lions placed six on the All-CAA first team.

TAMBRONI YEAR-BY-YEAR Season 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 At Cornell 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 At PSU Career

Overall Pct. 7-6 .538 11-4 .733 9-4 .692 9-5 .643 11-3 .786 11-3 .786 15-1 .938 11-4 .733 13-4 .764 12-6 .667 109-40 .732 7-7 .500 9-6 .600 12-5 .706 7-6 .538 5-9 .357 8-7 .533 48-40 .545 157-80 .662

Conf. Pct. Finish Championships 4-2 .667 T-2nd 4-2 .667 T-2nd 5-1 .833 T-1st Co-Ivy Champions 5-1 .833 T-1st Co-Ivy Champions 6-0 1.000 1st Ivy Champions 5-1 .833 T-1st Co-Ivy Champions 6-0 1.000 1st Ivy Champions 5-1 .833 T-1st Co-Ivy Champions 5-1 .833 T-1st Co-Ivy Champions 4-2 .667 T-1st Co-Ivy Champions 49-11 .817 8 Ivy League Titles 4-2 .667 2nd 5-1 .833 2nd 6-0 1.000 1st CAA Regular Season 3-2 .600 3rd 2-3 .400 4th 2-3 .400 4th 22-11 .667 1 CAA Title 71-22 .763 9 League Titles 6

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Postseason Finish NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA First Round NCAA Semifinals NCAA First Round NCAA Runner-Up NCAA Semifinals 8 NCAA Tourneys CAA Tournament CAA Tournament NCAA First Round Big Ten Semifinals Big Ten Semifinals 1 NCAA Tourney 9 NCAA Appearances


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH PETER TONER Seventh Year | Springfield '03 Peter Toner enters his third season as the associate head coach for the Penn State men’s lacrosse team in 2017 and his seventh season as a member of the Nittany Lions’ coaching staff after serving as an assistant coach. As the team’s defensive coach, the 2016 Nittany Lions’ scoring defense ranked fourth in the Big Ten. In 2014, Penn State's scoring defense ranked second in the Colonial Athletic Association with 8.79 goals per game. PSU earned its third-straight winning campaign in 2014 and an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2013. Prior to Penn State, Toner spent three seasons as associate head coach at Bryant (2008-10), where he served as the team’s defensive coach and recruiting coordinator. 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. 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 helped lead the Pride to three NCAA Tournament appearances. A two-time 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 CHRIS DOCTOR Seventh Year | Rutgers '07 Chris Doctor enters his seventh season as an assistant coach with the Penn State men’s lacrosse team during the 2017 season. In charge of the face-off crew, Doctor’s coaching has been pivotal in Penn State’s progress at the position. The Nittany Drake Kreinz posted the fourth-best clip in the Big Ten and the 22nd best in the nation. In 2013 en route to a CAA regular season crown and an NCAA appearance, he helped Danny Henneghan to a 57.5 faceoff winning percentage in 2013 as Henneghan earned All-CAA first team honors. Henneghan graduated from Penn State as the school’s all-time leader in faceoff wins. 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 10 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.

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS DAVID SHRIVER Sixth Year | Georgetown '11 Former Georgetown attacker David Shriver enters his sixth season at Penn State, his third as director of operations in 2017. Shriver was elevated to director of operations by head coach Jeff Tambroni on Aug. 29, 2013. Shriver was a four-year letter winner at Georgetown where he was elected captain his senior year. 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 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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#1

GRANT

NICK

AMENT

APONTE

Doylestown, Pa. The Haverford School

West Islip, N.Y. West Islip

Sophomore • ATTACK • 5-9

Senior • ATTACK • 6-0

CAREER STATS Year

GP-GS G

2016

15-15 20

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

34

17 2

54

51

.392

21

#10

CAREER STATS

PEN

Year

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

0-0:00

2014

11-0

2

5

7

23

.087

8

9

2

1-2:00

Total 15-15 20 34 54 51 .392 21 17 2 0-0:00

2015

14-10 14

13

27

40

.350

26

32 4

4-3:00

2016

15-15 30

19

49

69

.435

19

21 7

1-1:00

2016 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION

Total 46-25 46 37 83 132 .348 53 62 13 6-6:00

2016 Earned All-Big Ten Honorable Mention distinction to cap off a stellar season … One of two freshmen to start all 15 games, Led the team with 54 points, closing out the year atop the team standings with 34 assists in addition to 20 goals, which ranked tied for third on the team … 34 assists are tenth on the Penn State alltime single-season assists list and stand as the most for a Nittany Lion since John Hollerbach notched 38 in 1989 … Starting all 15 games on attack, Ament logged 10 multi-assist outings during the 2016 season and scored at least one goal in all but three games … He earned four Big Ten Conference four Freshman of the Week on all four occasions … Opened the season with a 7-point outing against Robert Morris (2/6) , scoring two goals and tallying five assists … Set another career-high mark with three goals and two assists in the win against Hobart (2/13) the following week … Scored two goals and totaled one assist in the win against No. 1 Denver (3/26) … Capped off the regular season with one goal and a career-high six assists for his second 7-point performance in the win against Michigan (4/30), while also picking up a personal best four ground balls … Scored one goal in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).

2016 TEWAARATON NOMINEE 2016 UNANIMOUS ALL-BIG TEN 2015 & 2016 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN 2016 2016 Tewaaraton nominee ... Became Penn State’s first ever first-team All-Big Ten selection, earning a unanimous vote to the 10-man team … Earned a spot on the Big Ten Men’s Lacrosse All-Tournament Team … More than doubled his goal-scoring from a year ago, leading the team with 30 goals, while also finishing second on the team with 19 assists for 49 total points … Started all 15 games at attack, scoring at least one goal in all but three games … Posted nine multi-goal outings and dished out at least two assists in five games … Enters the 2016-17 season on a 32-game point-scoring streak, having amassed 46 goals and 34 assists for 80 points during the stretch … Set a career-high mark with six points in the season-opener against Robert Morris (2/6), scoring two goals to go along with a career-high four assists and a pair of caused turnovers … Paced the team with three goals and three assists in a 13-12 OT win against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) … Closed out the season with a career-high-tying four goals in each of the final four games of the season, netting four in both the regular season and Big Ten Tournament semifinal meetings against No. 3 Maryland (4/10,5/5) … Earned his first career Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week award following a 5-point outing (4g/1a) in a 14-9 win against Michigan (4/30).

BEFORE PENN STATE Led The Haverford School to a 26-0 mark in 2015 as team captain, scoring 37 goals to go along with 83 assists ... Played high scholl lacrosse alongside current classmate Chris Sabia… Finished the year with 120 points for a single-season school points record … A three-year starter at The Haverford School, he also helped the team to Inter-Ac Invitational titles in 2013 and 2015 … A twotime All-State honoree and 2015 Under Armour All-American … Earned 2015 Lacrosse Magazine/Nike High School Boys’ Player of the Year honors … Captain of the Dukes Lacrosse Club, while also playing with Mesa Fresh in 2015 … Ranked No. 31 on the 2015 Power 100 Freshmen rankings by Inside Lacrosse.

2015 Appeared in every contest, starting 10 … Third on the team with 14 goals and 13 assists for 27 points … Scored at least a point in every game, producing six multi-point contests … Had 4-point performances at Villanova (2/21), Johns Hopkins (4/11) and Michigan (4/25) … Netted four goals against the Wildcats and a hat trick against the Wolverines … Three assists versus the Blue Jays and a pair of helpers in the season opener against Vermont (2/7) … Picked up 22 ground balls, including a seasonbest seven against Penn (2/28) …4 caused turnovers was tied for the most among attackmen ... Recorded 4 caused turnovers at Villanova, against Rutgers (4/19), Michigan and the Big Ten Tournament game versus Johns Hopkins (4/30) … Took 34 shots on the year, seven of which came at Villanova.

PERSONAL Born Grant Bradford Ament on April 15, 1997 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania ... Parents are Bradford and Elizabeth, both of whom graduated from Penn State ... Has twin brothers, Blake and Brandon ... Both attend Penn State and play club lacrosse ... Majoring in business. 8

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE 2014 Played in 11 games, scoring two goals and recording five assists … Took 23 shots … Picked up eight ground balls … Caused two turnovers … Collected one assist in three consecutive games against Denver (3/10), Dartmouth (3/18) and Albany (3/22) … Had a season-best six shots against Hofstra (4/26).

MIKE

ARONOW

BEFORE PENN STATE Named Under Armour All-American as a senior, scoring 24 goals, 25 assists and picking up 81 ground balls while serving as team captain ... Ranked 22nd by Inside Lacrosse junior year and 29th entering freshman year of college ... Earned three All-County and All-League honors ... Led team to state title junior year, while earning Most Valuable Player Championship Game honor as West Islip recorded a 22-1 record, earning a No. 3 national ranking ... Lettered three times in lacrosse and twice in football ... Named All-County twice in football, leading West Islip to league title senior year.

Holbrook, N.Y. Sachem North Junior • DEFENSE • 5-11 CAREER STATS Year

PERSONAL Born Nicholas Wayne Aponte on June 20, 1995 in Manhasset, New York … Parents are Mary and Armando Aponte ... Has an older sister, Lindsay, who is a thrower on the track & field team at Sacred Heart University ... Aunt, Diana Cimino, is a 1983 graduate of Penn State ... Majoring in management.

GERARD

#17

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

14-0

1

1

2

2

.500

18

3

2016

15-15

0

0

0

0

.000

24

3 13 4-2:30

Total 29-15 1

1 2

9

PEN

2015

3-2:30

2 .500 42 6 22 7-5:00

2016 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION 2016 Earned his first career Big Ten postseason award, having been named an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection … Started all 15 games for the Nittany Lions as a key member of the defense … Closed out the year with a team-high 13 caused turnovers, having forced multiple opponent miscues in four games … Aronow also picked up at least one ground ball in nine outings … He tallied four ground balls and caused two turnovers in a 1712 win against Hobart (2/13) … Totaled three ground balls and two caused turnovers in a 13-12 OT win against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) … Matched a career-high mark for the third time during the season with four ground balls in a 6-5 win on the road at Ohio State (4/3) in the Big Ten season-opener … Posted three ground balls and caused two turnovers in the regular season finale victory against Michigan (4/30).

#40

ARCERI St. James, N.Y.. Smithtown East Freshman • MIDFIELD • 6-0 BEFORE PENN STATE Helped Smithtown East to back-to-back Suffolk County Championships in 2014-15, earning team MVP honors in both seasons … Picked up All-County, All Tri-State and All-Long Island honors in 2014 and 2015 … Tallied nine goals and 19 assists in 2015 …. Selected to the 2015 U.S. Men’s National U19 30-man training roster … Earned 2015 Under Armour All-America honors … Earned Dicks National Champion and Liberty Bell Champions in 2015 … Played club with SweetLax.

2015 Played in every contest on defense … Scored first collegiate goal at No. 3 Maryland (4/4) and earned an assist at Michigan (4/25) … Second-most caused turnovers on the team with nine … Caused a pair of turnovers at Villanova (2/21) and UMass (3/14) … Scooped up 18 ground balls, with a season-high three coming at Loyola (2/14) … Took a shot against Denver (3/21) and Maryland (4/4). BEFORE PENN STATE Ranked No. 66 by Inside Lacrosse’s Power 100 Freshman rankings for 2014-15 ... Lettered for four seasons at Sachem North High School ... Earned team’s Player’s Player Award and defensive MVP senior year ... Caused 34 turnovers as a senior, earning All-America, All-Long Island, All-Suffolk County and All-Division honors ... Named team defensive MVP junior year.

PERSONAL Born Gerard Arceri on April 30, 1998 in Stony Brook, New York … Parents are Gerard and Renata Arceri … Has one brother, Christopher and one sister, Ava. WHY PENN STATE "I chose Penn State because of the rich tradition of combined athletic and academic excellence."

PERSONAL Born Michael David Aronow on July 8, 1996 in Holbrook, New York … Parents are Melissa and Dave Aronow ... Has three younger brothers who play lacrosse: Ben, Trey and Drew ... Majoring in communication arts and sciences. 9

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE

#15

ROBBY

TYLER

BUTLER

BLACK Lutherville, Md. McDonogh School

Doylestown, Pa. Central Bucks East

Sophomore • MIDFIELD • 6-4

Junior • DEFENSE • 5-9

CAREER STATS Year 2016

CAREER STATS

GP-GS G 3-0

#12

3

A PTS SH PCT. GB 0

3

Total 3-0 3 0 3

4

.750

2

TO CT 0

0

PEN

Year

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

0-0:00

2015 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0-0:00

4 .750 2 0 0 0-0:00

2016 2-0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 1 0 0-0:00 Total 2-0 0 0 0

2016 Saw action in three games during his first season in the Blue and White … Scored at least one goal in all three appearances … Netted his first collegiate goal in the season-opener against Robert Morris (2/7) … One of 12 Nittany Lions to score in the win at Furman (3/8), while also adding two ground balls.

2016 Made two appearances during the 2016 season against Robert Morris (2/6) and at Furman (3/8), where he logged one ground ball. 2015 Did not play in any games.

BEFORE PENN STATE A four-year starter and 2015 team captain at McDonogh … Led the 2015 team to a MIAA finalist finish, scoring 25 goals and 14 assists … Combined for 74 goals, and 35 assists in four years at McDonogh, playing along side current teammate Barret Sutley … A 2015 MLSCA second-team All-State selection and a USA Today honorable mention … Earned MIAA All-Conference honors in 2015 …Named a 2014 Under Armour Baltimore Underclass Team selection … Ranked No. 93 on the 2015 Power 100 Freshmen rankings by Inside Lacrosse … Played club with Greene Turtle … Played basketball and soccer at McDonogh.

BEFORE PENN STATE Played four seasons of lacrosse at Central Bucks East, amassing 181 ground balls, 91 caused turnovers, five goals and an assist ... Ranked No. 96 by Inside Lacrosse’s Power 100 Freshman rankings for 2014-15 and No. 22 of all defensemen ... Named All-Suburban One Continental Conference first team and All-Intelligencer first team as a senior captain ... Under Armour All-American for the Philadelphia region in 2013 ... Earned back-to-back All-Suburban One Continental Conference second team honors in 2012 and 2013 ... Twice named a player to watch by Inside Lacrosse (2012, 2013) ... Captained the Dukes Lacrosse Club team for four years ... Played four years each for Mesa Fresh and Twist club squads ... Played three years of football for CB East, named captain as a senior.

PERSONAL Born Robert Black on April 7, 1996 in Baltimore, Maryland ... Parents are Rob and Joy Black ... Has a brother, Patrick, and a sister, Casey ... At Roanoke College, Rob played four years of lacrosse and soccer, while Joy played lacrosse and field hockey, and is in Roanoke's Hall of Fame for lacrosse ... Grandfather was an All-American lacrosse standout at Cornell ... Casey plays lacrosse at Duke ... Majoring in marketing.

PERSONAL Born Tyler Christian Butler on April 14, 1995 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania … Parents are Mark and Bernadette, who both graduated from Penn State in 1983 ... Has an older sister named Melissa ... Aunt, Tina Conn, graduated from PSU in 1987 ... Cousin, Nikki Conn, lettered for four seasons at Temple in women’s soccer ... Served as a volunteer firefighter at Midway Volunteer Firecompany (Lahaska, Pennsylvania) ... Achieved status as an Eagle Scout ... Double majoring in criminology and security and risk analysis with the carer plan to work in law or risk analysis

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0 .000 1 1 0 0-0:00


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE NICK

#43

#24

TYLER

CARDILE

CHAMBERS

West Grove, Pa. Avon Grove

Media, Pa. Episcopal Academy Senior • MIDFIELD • 5-9

Freshman • DEFENSE • 6-1 BEFORE PENN STATE Cardile helped guide the Avon Grove Red Devils to a Ches-Mont Championship in 2013 and a state finalist appearance in 2014 ... Named 2015 team captain, earning first team All-Ches-Mont honors ... Garnered two consecutive second team All-Ches-Mont honors in 2013-14, while also helping the Red Devils to District I Championships ... A DLN All-Area Boys Lacrosse team selection in 2015, as well as an Underclassmen All-American ... Plays club with Mesa Fresh.

CAREER STATS Year

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

2014 1-0 1 0 1 1 1.000 0 0 0 0-0:00 2015 12-0 0 0 0 1 .000 2 2 2 0-0:00 2016

11-0

0

0

0

Total 24-0 1 0 1

1

.000

3

0

1

1-0:30

3 .333 5 2 3 1-0:30

2016 Played in 11 of the team’s 15 games during the 2016 season … Matched a career-high mark in the season-opener against Robert Morris (2/6), causing one turnover … Took one shot in the win against No. 1 Denver (3/26) … Picked up a career-high two ground balls in the win against Michigan (4/30) … Logged one ground ball in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).

PERSONAL Born Nicholas Salvatore Cardile on Nov. 14, 1997 in Newark, Delaware... Parents are David and Christine Cardile ... Has one brother, David and three sisters, Gabrielle, Alexandra and Katelyn ... Brother plays club lacrosse at Penn State ... Planning to major in criminal justice. WHY PENN STATE "I chose Penn State because of its great academics, the whole atmosphere in State College and the great coaching staff."

2015 Played in 12 contests ... Recorded a shot against Penn (2/28) ... Caused a turnover and picked up a ground ball in the Big Ten Tournament game against Johns Hopkins (4/30) ... One caused turnover against Penn (2/28) ... Ground ball recorded at UMass (3/14). 2014 Appeared in the season opener against Michigan (2/8) … Scored first collegiate goal in that game. BEFORE PENN STATE Earned U.S. Lacrosse All-American, All-Inter-Ac, All-DelCo, AllEastern Pennsylvania and All-State honors as a senior by scoring 29 times and assisting on 32 goals ... Featured as the starting short-stick defensive midfielder junior year, pitching in with a goal and five assists to help Episcopal Academy to the Inter-Ac Invitational title ... Lettered four years at EA ... Played three years of club lacrosse for Duke’s Lacrosse Club and Rebel Elite Lacrosse. PERSONAL Born Tyler Christian Chambers on April 20, 1994 in Los Angeles … Parents are Tim and Kathleen ... Has a younger sister, Quinn, and a younger brother, Gavin ... Nephew of Penn State men’s basketball head coach Patrick Chambers ... Uncles, Chris ('81) and Joseph Chambers ('83), are graduates of PSU ... Majoring in communication arts and sciences.

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE TJ

#2

#35

DAN

CONNELLAN

CRAIG

Cazenovia, N.Y. Cazenovia

Shelburne, Ontario Centre Dufferin

Freshman • DEFENSE • 6-1

Senior • MIDFIELD • 6-1

BEFORE PENN STATE Helped lead Cazenovia to state championship titles in 2011 and 2013, as well as back-to-back state finalist finishes in 2014and 2015 … A 2015 first-team All-League and All-CNY team honoree … Competed in the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse classic in 2015 … Plays club with Orange Crush and Roadhawks Lacrosse.

CAREER STATS Year

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

2014

12-7

9

8

17

22

.409

7

9

0

1-0:30

2015

13-11 11

9

20

38

.289

9

1

4

3-1:30

2016

15-15 12

7

19

36

.333

7

8

0

1-1:00

Total 40-33 32 24 56 96 .333 23 18 4 5-3:00

PERSONAL Born Thomas Joseph Connellan on December 2, 1997 in Syracuse, New York… Parents are Kara Falso and Tom Connellan … Has two sisters, Kathleen and Kiley … Sister, Kathleen, attends Penn State … Grandfather, Paul Johnson, played football at Penn State from 1966-70 and was drafted by the Packers before playing for the Redskins and the Tiger-Cats (Canadian League) … Uncle, Mike Johnson ,played football at Penn State from 1998-2001 … Mother, Kara, played soccer at LeMoyne College … Planning to major in economics.

2015 & 2016 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN 2016 Started all 15 games during the 2016 season … One of eight Nittany Lions to score at least 10 goals during the 2016 season, closing out the year with 12 goals and seven assists for 19 points … Logged multi-goal outings and registered at least one point in all but three games on the year … Scored two goals in the win against Hobart (2/13) … Recorded a career-high mark with a hat trick in the win against No. 1 Denver (3/2), while also adding two ground balls … Scored once in the Big Ten opener at Ohio State (4/3) … Tallied two goals against No. 17 Johns Hopkins (4/17) … Dished out two assists in both the regular season finale against Michigan (4/30) and against top-seeded Maryland (5/5) in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals.

WHY PENN STATE "I chose Penn State because it's a great school academically with top end sports program and I have a strong family connection with the school."

2015 Started 11-of-13 contests … Scored 11 goals and recorded nine assists for 20 points … Posted seven multi-point games … Netted a pair of goals in back-to-back games against Penn (2/28) and Harvard (3/7), while also causing a turnover in each game … Dished out an assist against the Quakers for his first 3-point game of the season … Recorded a goal and two assists against Denver (3/21) … Took 38 shots, with a season-best seven coming against the Crimson. 2014 Made seven starts and appeared in five additional contests … Scored nine goals, tied for fourth on the team, and dished eight assists for 17 points … Eight assists were the third-most for the Nittany Lions, three of which came at Drexel (4/5) … Recorded a hat trick against Albany (3/22) …Posted a season-best four points twice: against Drexel (1g, 4a) and Delaware (4/19) (2g, 2a) … Netted the game-winner against Towson (4/12) … Took 22 shots … Picked up seven ground balls, with two each coming against the Greyhounds and Delaware.

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE BEFORE PENN STATE Played three years for Barrie Lakeshores club squad in the Junior A league ... Compiled 214 points in 62 games with the Lakeshores, amassing 105 goals and 109 assists ... Named Barrie Rookie of the Year and was Barrie’s leading scorer while playing for the Lakeshores ... Named a top five rookie of the year in Canada in 2011 ... Helped lead Barrie to its first playoff appearance in 2013.

MATTHEW

FISHER Alexandria, Va. St. Stephen's & St. Agnes

PERSONAL Born Daniel James Craig on March 23, 1994 in Orangeville, Ontario … Parents are Don and Diane Craig ... Has an older brother, Dylan ... Majoring in economics.

Freshman • MIDFIELD • 5-10

#11

MATT

BEFORE PENN STATE Scored 41 goals and added 12 assists, good for 53 points his senior year … Led his team to a 21-4 record in 2016 and a Division I VA State Championship … A three-sport athlete at St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School, he competed in football, basketball and lacrosse … Started his final two years at midfield in lacrosse and was a three-year starter on offense, defense and special teams for the football team.

DONNELLY Sewell, N.J. Clearview Regional

PERSONAL Born Matthew Clinton Fisher on August 27, 1997, in Alexandria, Va. … Son of Alice and Clint Fisher … Father, Clint, competed in collegiate tennis for two years at Washington & Lee … Has a younger brother, Luke ... Plans to major in business.

Sophomore • MIDFIELD • 5-7 CAREER STATS Year 2016

GP-GS G 6-0

1

A PTS SH PCT. GB 0

1

Total 6-0 1 0 1

5

.200

3

TO CT 2

0

#26

PEN

WHY PENN STATE "I felt comfortable putting my future in the hands of Penn State's coaching staff and knew I would fit in with a school that carries so much pride."

0-0:00

5 .200 3 2 0 0-0:00

2016 Saw action in six games during his first season in the Blue and White … Scored his first collegiate goal in the 2016 season-opener against Robert Morris (2/6), while also logging three ground balls … Took at least one shot in four of six appearances and also saw time on the field against No. 1 Denver (3/26) and in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5). BEFORE PENN STATE Helped Clearview Regional to three consecutive Gloucester County Cup Championships from 2013-15 ... Scored 210 goals and tallied 90 assists in four years at Clearview Regional … A three-time South Jersey Player of the Year selection as well as a first-team All-Conference honoree … A two-time first-team AllState selection … Played club with Dukes Lacrosse Club for four years and Shamrocks Lacrosse Club for five years. PERSONAL Born Matthew Andrew Donnelly on July 8, 1996 in Sewell, New Jersey ... Mother is Irene ... Has a sister, Megan, who played lacrosse at The College of New Jersey ... Irene was a two-time All-American in lacrosse at Rowan ... Majoring in recreation, park and tourism management.

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#8

MATT

BEFORE COLLEGE Played for the U.S. National U19 Team in the 2012 World Championships held in Turku, Finland ... Listed as the No. 60 recruit by Inside Lacrosse entering the 2013 season and No. 19 for incoming midfielders ... Two-time U.S. Lacrosse All-American ... Earned 2012 Under Armour All-America honors ... Named Under Armour Underclassman All-American in 2011 ... Earned three AllState selections, leading Kent Denver in total points sophomore, junior and senior years ... Lettered for four years in lacrosse and three in football as a quarterback and running back.

FLORENCE Greenwood Village, Colo. Kent Denver School (Virginia) RS-Senior • MIDFIELD • 5-11

PERSONAL Born Matthew John Florence on June 8, 1993 in Evanston, Illinois … Parents are Megan and Tom Florence, who played lacrosse at Penn State (1981-85) as a goalie ... Has an older sister, Kelly, and a younger brother, TJ, who plays lacrosse at Roanoke College ... Majoring in communication arts and sciences with the intent to work in the sales field for an investment firm.

CAREER STATS Year

GP-GS G

2013*

5-0

1

A PTS SH PCT. GB 0

1

5

.200

2014* Redshirt Season

2

TO CT 1

0

PEN 0-0:00

2015

12-10 16

8

24

52

.308

7

18 0

2-1:00

2016

15-15 20

4

24

60

.333

10

16 0

0-0:00

Total 32-25 37 12 49 117 .321 19 35 0 2-1:00 *At Virginia

DYLAN

2016 Started all 15 games for the Nittany Lions, finishing fourth on the team with 20 goals on the year … Scored at least one goal in all but two games this season, posting six multi-goal outings … Opened the year with a hat trick against Robert Morris (2/6), while also adding one assist for a season-high four points … Tallied two goals in the win at No. 18 Cornell (2/20) … Registered two goals and passed out one assist on the road at Furman (3/8) … Had one goal and a career-high three ground balls in the OT win against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) … Notched a pair of goals in the win against No. 1 Denver (3/26) … Scored a go-ahead goal at Ohio State (4/3) with 1:41 remaining in the fourth quarter to secure a 6-5 win … Posted two goals at No. 19 Rutgers (4/22) … Logged his fourth consecutive game with a goal in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).

FOULDS Port Coquitlam, British Columbia Terry Fox Secondary RS-Freshman • ATTACK • 6-0 2016 Did not play in any games during the 2016 season. BEFORE PENN STATE Helped the Port Coquitlam Saints to a 14-4 record in 2015, scoring 28 goals and tallying 34 assists to lead the team with 62 points … Played club with Team British Columbia (BC), helping the team to U16 and U19 National Championships in 2013-14 … Selected to the 2014 U16 Canadian National All-Star team … Earned Burnaby Mountain Selects Sophomore Elite Team MVP honors in 2013 … Helped Terry Fox Secondary to a 2012 High School Provincial Champion title, earning a runner up finish in 2014.

2015 Was a Big Ten All-Tournament Team selection ... Started 10-of-12 contests, scoring 16 goals and dishing out eight assists for 24 points in the midfield ... Logged two five-point performances: a hat trick and two assists in his Nittany Lion debut against Vermont (2/7) and four goals and an assist against Penn (2/28) ... Two-ofthree man-up goals, the second-most on the team, came against the Catamounts ... Had a hat trick in the program's first Big Ten win over Rutgers (4/19) ... Recorded two goals, one of which was during an EMO, and two assists in the Big Ten Tournament contest versus Johns Hopkins (4/30), taking a season-best nine shots ... Took 38 shots on the year ... Seven ground balls.

PERSONAL Born Dylan Jacob Foulds on April 28, 1997 in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia ... Parents are Darryl and Martha ... Has one sister, Paige ... Majoring in supply chain and information systems. WHY PENN STATE "Penn State made great efforts to come to Canada to provide me an opportunity to attend a school with a fine reputation both academically and athletically with exceptional coaches. I felt comfortable placing my future in their hands."

2014* (VIRGINIA) Redshirt season. 2013* (VIRGINIA) Appeared in five games for the Cavaliers, tallying a goal against VMI (2/19) ... Earned ground ball pickups against VMI (2/19) and Mount St. Mary’s (2/26) ... Made appearances against Drexel (2/16), Vermont (3/5) and Ohio State (3/16).

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE KEVIN

#31

KEVIN

FOX

HILL

Annapolis, Md. St. Mary's

Webster, N.Y. Webster Thomas Sophomore • MIDFIELD • 5-10

Sophomore • DEFENSE • 5-9 CAREER STATS Year 2016

CAREER STATS

GP-GS G 11-0

#5

3

Total 11-0 3

A PTS SH PCT. GB 0

3

0 3

3

1.000 21

TO CT 2

5

PEN

Year

2-1:00

2016

3 1.000 21 2 5 2-1:00

GP-GS G 15-0

14

A PTS SH PCT. GB 5

9

32

.438

9

TO CT 5

0

PEN 0-0:00

Total 15-0 14 5 9 32 .438 9 5 0 0-0:00

2016 Made appearances in 11 of 15 games for the Nittany Lions during his first season in the Blue and White … Scored his first collegiate goal in the 2016 season opener against Robert Morris (2/6), while also logging nine ground balls … Tallied one goal and one ground ball in the win against Hobart (2/13) …. Logged one goal, two ground balls and one caused turnover at No. 18 Cornell (2/20) … Notched three ground balls in the win against No. 1 Denver (3/26) … Caused a career-high three turnovers in the regular season finale against Michigan (4/30) … Had one caused turnover in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).

2016 Played in all 15 games during his first season in the Blue and White … Scored at least one goal in all but five games, scoring once in each of the last five games of the season … Led the team with six man-up goals … Dished out a career-high two assists against Hobart (2/13) … Totaled a career-high two goals against Villanova (2/27) … Matched a career-best mark with two goals in the win at Furman (3/8) … Had one goal in the OT victory against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) … Scored once and passed out two assists for a career-high three points in the win against No. 1 Denver (3/26) … Scored one goal against No. 5 Maryland (4/10), No. 17 Johns Hopkins (4/17) and at No. 19 Rutgers (4/22) … Logged his first collegiate hat trick in the regular season finale against Michigan (4/30), scoring twice on the man-advantage … Scored one manup goal in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).

BEFORE PENN STATE Played club for Annapolis Hawks, helping the team to a 19-3 record in 2014, as well as wins at the Gait Cup and King of the Hill … Team captain in jun.i.or season, where he helped the team tT a No. 20 finish in the Nike/US Lacrosse National High School Boys’ top 25 Poll.

BEFORE PENN STATE Totaled 175 goals and 75 assists in four years at Webster Thomas … Helped guide Webster Thomas to a Class B Section V runnerup finish in 2013 and 2015 … Earned Monroe County Player of the Year honors … A four-time All-League honoree, earning first team honors in 2014-15 … A two-time US Lacrosse All-American in 2014 and 2015, as well as an All-Greater Rochester Super 16 selection …Ranked No. 81 by Inside Lacrosse in the 2015 Power 100 Freshman Rankings.

PERSONAL Born Kevin Fox on July 11, 1996 in Annapolis, Maryland … Parents are Bert and Mary Ann … Has one brother and one sister, Robert and Jennifer … Jennifer played lacrosse for four seasons at Johns Hopkins … Majoring in criminology..

PERSONAL Born Kevin Matthew Hill on June 2, 1997 in Rochester, New York ... Parents are Maria and David ... Has two brothers, John and Matthew ... John played lacrosse at RIT for two years ... Majoring in finance.

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#4

CHRIS

RYAN

KEENAN

ISENBERG Glen Mills, Pa. Malvern Prep

Smithtown, N.Y. Smithtown West

Junior• MIDFIELD • 6-1

Junior • MIDFIELD • 5-9

CAREER STATS Year

#6

CAREER STATS

GP-GS G

PEN

Year

2015 0-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0-0:00

2015

10-5

1

3

4

13

.077

2

8

0

1-0:30

2016

2016

15-0

10

9

19

36

.278

5

5

2

2-2:00

14-0

0

A PTS SH PCT. GB 0

0

Total 14-0 0 0 0

1

.000

15

TO CT 0

3

1-1:00

1 .000 15 0 3 1-1:00

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

Total 25-5 11 12 23 49 .224 7 13 2 3-2:30

2016 Saw action in 14 games this season, totaling 15 ground balls on the year … Posted at least one ground ball in eight of 14 appearances … Took one shot and tallied a career-high four ground balls on the road at Furman (3/8), while also causing one turnover … Totaled two ground balls and caused one turnover in the OT win against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) … Picked up three ground balls in the win against No. 1 Denver (3/26) … Had one ground ball against No. 5 Maryland (4/10) … Played in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).

2016 Played in all 15 games during the 2015 season … Scored at least one goal in five outings, recording two or more in three of the five games … Logged his first career hat trick in the win against Hobart (2/13) … Posted one goal and one assist for a pair of points on the road at then-No. 18 Cornell (2/20) … Posted two goals on two shots and added one ground ball and a caused turnover at Furman (3/8) … Tallied two assists in the OT win against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) … Match a career-best mark with a hat trick against No. 1 Denver (3/26), adding two assists for a career-high five points on the way to his first career Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week award … Dished out one assist in the win at Ohio State (4/3) … Scored one goal against No. 5 Maryland (4/10) … Totaled two assists against No. 17 Johns Hopkins (4/17) … Had one assist and picked up one ground ball in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).

2015 Did not play in any games. BEFORE PENN STATE Lettered for four years at Malvern Prep with fellow Nittany Lion teammate Tripp Traynor ... All-Inter-Ac first team and All-Main Line honorable mention in 2014 when Malvern Prep went 24-0 and won the Inter-Ac title and its first Inter-Ac Invitational championship … Played club lacrosse for Dukes Lacrosse Club and Mesa Fresh … Was a starting linebacker for Malvern’s football team.

2015 Started five games and appeared in an additional five ... Scored a goal in the Big Ten Tournament game against Johns Hopkins (4/30) and added three assists ... Helpers came against Vermont (2/7) and in consecutive contests versus Villanova (2/21) and Marist (3/10) ... Took 13 shots, six of which were in his first collegiate game against the Catamounts ... Two shots each in against the Red Foxes, at UMass (3/14) and against Blue Jays ... Picked up a pair of ground balls, versus Vermont and Loyola (2/14).

PERSONAL Born Christopher Guy Isenberg on March 25, 1995 in Media, Pennsylvania … Parents are Paul and Miriam ... Has and older sister, Christa Horrocks, younger sister, Gabby, and older brother, Mick Horrocks ... Christa ran track at College of Charleston, ... Mick plays lacrosse at High Point ... Majoring in journalism.

BEFORE PENN STATE Ranked No. 6 by Inside Lacrosse’s Power 100 Freshman rankings for 2014-15 ... Twice named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American and participated in the 2014 Under Armour All-America Classic ... Named first team All-Tri-State and Newsday Suffolk County Player of the Year as a senior for scoring 46 goals and 55 assists ... Tallied 44 goals, 53 assists junior year, 32 goals and 38 assists sophomore year and eight goals, 10 assists freshman year ... Lettered in football and basketball. PERSONAL Born Ryan J. Keenan on Jan. 6, 1996 in East Islip, New York … Parents are Sean and Bridget Keenan ... Has an older brother, Kyle, who plays lacrosse at Duke University ... Sean played lacrosse while Bridget played soccer, basketball and softball at Adelphi University ... Majoring in labor and employment relations. 16

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#34

COLBY

2015 Top faceoff specialist for the Nittany Lions, appearing in 13-of-14 contests ... .544 winning percentage at the "X", going 129-237 ... Had his best outing of the season against Marist (3/10), winning 14-of-20 faceoffs ... Won a season-best 17 faceoffs against No. 14/11 Penn (2/28) ... Scored three goals, netting a pair against Harvard (3/7) and a third goal at UMass (3/14) ... Two assists on the year, against Vermont (2/7) and Marist (3/10) ... Picked up a team-high 52 ground balls, collecting eight in consecutive games against Villanova (2/21) and the Quakers ... Caused three turnovers: at Loyola (2/14), against Penn and versus Rutgers (4/19).

KNEESE Dallas, Texas Highland Park Freshman • GOALKEEPER • 5-10

2014 One of four players to start all 13 games … Team’s faceoff specialist, recording a .611 faceoff percentage (140-229) … Scored three goals and posted two assists for five points … Posted a goal and an assist in the season opener against Michigan (2/8) … Team-high 70 ground balls, ranked 31st in the NCAA … Picked up 12 ground balls each against Loyola (2/15) and at Denver (3/10), the top-2 single game marks on the team … Collected 11 ground balls against Albany (3/22)… Caused a turnover against Dartmouth.

BEFORE PENN STATE Helped lead Highland Park to a Texas state championship title in 2015 … Earned All-State and Under Armour All-America honors in 2015 … Named All-District THSLL honorable mention in 2013-14 … Named All-Star at Baltimore Summer Kickoff … Played club ball with Coast 2 Coast and Dallas Select. PERSONAL Born Colby James Kneese on July 18, 1997 in Dallas, Texas … Parents are Rick and Chris Kneese … Has one brother, Cooper … Grandfather, Keith Markey, played lacrosse at Army West Point and uncle, Rich Wehman, played lacrosse at Navy … Majoring in business.

2013 Redshirt season. BEFORE PENN STATE Played for Portsmouth Abbey School in Rhode Island for two seasons earning All-American, All-Conference and league MVP ... Led the squad to three straight conference championship ... Lettered in football and was named an All-New England running back ... Captained the lacrosse and football teams at Portsmouth Abbey ... Lettered for three years at Kettle Moraine High in Wisconsin ... Earned All-State and All-Conference in 2009 and 2010 at KMHS ... Played four years for the Milwaukee Select club team.

WHY PENN STATE "I chose Penn State because of the academic and athletic opportunities it has to offer and because it feels like home."

#38

DRAKE

PERSONAL Born Drake William Kreinz on Aug. 8, 1992 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin … Parents are Kim and Steve ... Has three younger brothers, Austin, Logan, and Noah and a younger sister, Ella ... Majoring in management.

KREINZ Delafield, Wis. Portsmouth Abbey (R.I.) RS-Senior • MIDFIELD • 6-0 CAREER STATS Year

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

2013 Redshirt Season 2014

13-13

3

2

5

5

.600

70

3

1

2015

13-3

3

2

5

11

.273

60

8

3

1-1:00

2016

2-0

0

0

0

0

.000

3

0

0

1-0:30

Total 28-16 6

2-1:30

4 10 16 .375 133 11 4 4-3:00

2014, 2015 & 2016 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN 2016 Made two appearances during the 2016 season, having missed several games due to an injury … Went 4-for-11 from the “X” at Ohio State, picking up three ground balls … Posted a 3-for-9 mark from the “X” against No. 5 Maryland (4/10). 17

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#32

BILLY

LAMELA

LOMBARDI

Brick, N.J. The Lawrenceville School

Rochester, N.Y. Aquinas Institute

Sophomore • DEFENSE • 6-2

Senior • MIDFIELD • 5-7

CAREER STATS Year

GP-GS G

#44

CAREER STATS A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

Year

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

2016 2-0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0-0:00

2014 Did Not Play

Total 2-0 0 0 0

2015

9-0

1

0

1

2

.500

15

0

1

2-1:30

2016

14-0

1

-

1

1

1.000 37

7

0

1-1:00

0 .000 1 0 1 0-0:00

2016 Made two appearances during the 2016 season … Caused one turnover in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6) … Picked up one ground ball at Furman (3/8).

Total 23-0 2 0 2

3 .667 52 7 1 3-2:30

2016 Played in 14 games during the 2016 season as one of the top faceoff specialists for the Nittany Lions … Finished 104-219 from the faceoff “X” on the year with a .475 winning clip … Led the team with 37 ground balls, picking up at least one in all but three games … Won 11 attempts from the faceoff “X” against Hobart (2/13), grabbing five ground balls and scoring one goal … Won 14 (14-19) attempts at Penn (3/5), while also posting seven ground balls … Won 15 attempts (15-26) against No. 17 Johns Hopkins (3/17), collecting seven ground balls … Won a career-high 18 attempts (18-32) at No.19 Rutgers (4/22), while also matching a season-high mark with seven ground balls.

BEFORE PENN STATE Attended Brick Township Memorial before attending The Lawrenceville School for three seasons … Earned All MAPL Honorable Mention honors in 2014 and 2015 … An All-Shore honorable mention selection in 2011 and 2012 … Helped guide Lawrenceville to New Jersey State and MAPL Championships in 2013 and 2014 … Named Team MVP in 2011 and defensive MVP in 2012. PERSONAL Born Dean Christopher Lamela on Jan. 24, 1996 in Brick Township, New Jersey ... Parents are John and Karen … Has two brothers, Drew and Dan … John and Drew played lacrosse at Montclair State and Dan played at Richard Stockton College … Majoring in kinesiology and plans to pursue a career in physical therapy or exercise science.

2015 Played in nine games at the faceoff "X" ... Posted a .438 (35-for-80) faceoff winning percentage ... Scored first collegiate against UMass (3/14) ... Best outing of the season in that contest, going 14-8 ... Won eight faceoffs in the next game, against No. 5 Denver (3/21) ... Picked up 15 ground balls, a season-high six coming against the Minutemen. 2014 Did not play in any games. BEFORE PENN STATE Five-year letter winner for the Aquinas Institute, earning three AllGRALL first team honors ... Won more than 60 percent of faceoffs in each year played including a season-best 73 winning percentage in 2013, scoring 29 goals, 13 assists and picking up 110 ground balls ... Won 69 percent at the faceoff "X" with 37 goals scored, 21 assists and 131 ground balls ... Played two years of club lacrosse with Sweetlax. PERSONAL Born William Joseph Lombardi on Jan. 5, 1995 in Rochester, New York ... Parents are Barbie Morningstar and John Lombardi ... Has a younger brother, John ... Majoring in history.

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#9

#42

JIMMY

McEVOY

NOWOSWIAT

Washington, D.C. Gonzaga College HS

Kennett Square, Pa. Unionville

Freshman • MIDFIELD • 5-10

Sophomore • ATTACK • 6-3

BEFORE PENN STATE Helped Gonzaga Eagles to two consecutive WCAC Championship titles in 2014 and 2015 as well as a No. 3 ranking in the 2015 Nike/U.S. Lacrosse National High School Boys’ Top 25 Poll … Earned first-team All-WCAC honors, as well as Washington AllMet honorable mention distinction … Will serve as team captain in 2015-16 season … Plays club with Green Turtle-DC and FCA … Helped FCA to Lake Placid Tournament titles in 2014-15 and Green Turtle squad to King of the Hill, Crab Feast and Legacy tournament titles in 2013 … Played on the football team at Gonzaga, starting at linebacker.

CAREER STATS Year 2016

GP-GS G 3-0

2

A PTS SH PCT. GB 1

3

Total 3-0 2 1 3

4

.500

0

TO CT 3

0

PEN 0-0:00

4 .500 0 3 0 0-0:00

2016 Made three appearances during the 2016 season, scoring in two of three outings … Registered his first collegiate goal in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6) …. Tallied one goal and one assist for a career-best two points against Villanova (2/27) … Took two shots at Furman (3/8).

PERSONAL Born Nicholas Edward McEvoy on January 28, 1997 in Washington, D.C. … Parents are Sean McEvoy and Therese McNerney … Has one sister, Tess, who plays lacrosse at Yale... Majoring in communications arts and sciences.

BEFORE PENN STATE A four-year varsity member at Unionville … An All-League and All-Area selection in 2014 and 2015 … Totaled 125 goals and 72 assists in four years at Unionville … Also earned All-League honors in basketball, selected as team offensive MVP in 2014 and 2015.

WHY PENN STATE "I chose Penn State because of its excellent reputation in both academics and athletics. Coach Tambroni and the staff made me feel like a member of the Penn State lacrosse family the moment I stepped on campus."

PERSONAL Born James Patrick Nowoswiat on May 17, 1997 in West Chester, Pennsylvania … Parents are Michael and Ann Nowoswiat … Has two brothers, Mike and Kevin, and one sister, Jennifer … Mike and Jennifer both attended Penn State … Majoring in engineering.

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#3

#20

HUNTER

O'KEEFE

PEARL

Syosset, N.Y. Syosset

Reisterstown, Md. St. Paul's

Freshman • ATTACK • 6-0

Junior • GOALKEEPER/DEFENSE • 5-11

BEFORE PENN STATE O'Keefe helped lead Syosset to a 2015 Nassau County and Long Island Class A Championship, earning All-America honorable mention honors in 2014-15 ... Garnered All-County honors in 2014-15, in addition to a spot on the MSG Varsity All-Metro team in 2015 ... Earned a spot on the 30-man training roster for the U.S. Men's Lacrosse U19 team ... Tabbed the Nassau County leading goal scorer with 63 goals in 2015 ... Played club lacrosse with Team 91 and box with UBOXLA U18.

CAREER STATS Year

GP-GS

2015 1-0

MIN

GA

0:50 0 3

GAA

SV

SV%

W-L

SF

0 0 .000 0-0 0

2016

2-0

8:44

Total

3-0

9:34 3 18.82 4 0.571 0-0

20.61

4

.571

0-0

9 9

2016 Made one appearance during the 2016 season, seeing time between the pipes for 8:44 in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6), making four saves.

PERSONAL Born Macaire Emeric O'Keefe on February 6, 1998 in Plainview, New York ... Parents are Lynann and Brian O'Keefe ... Has one sister, Delaney, who plays club lacrosse at Ole Miss ... Father played professionally in the NLL with the New York Saints and the Anaheim Storm ... Majoring in business.

2015 Appeared in the cage once during the season, against Rutgers (4/19) ... Did not allow a goal in 50 seconds of action, facing a pair of shots.

WHY PENN STATE "I chose Penn State because of the great academic and athletic combination it offers students. Coach Tambroni and the staff have been great and I'm really excited to be a pair of the team environment."

BEFORE PENN STATE Lettered three years at St. Paul’s School, earning a record of 3427 and a .610 save percentage ... Led St. Paul’s to an MIAA A Conference runner-up finish as a senior and earned the Louis D. Clark Loyalty Cup award ... Ranked No. 27 among senior players in Maryland and Washington, D.C. by Student Sports ... Won two MIAA B Conference titles in football (2012, 2013) ... Two-time captain of the football team and a letterwinner in wrestling. PERSONAL Born Hunter John Pearl on July 26, 1996 in Sykesville, Maryland … Parents are Debbie and J.J. Pearl ... Has a younger brother, Keegan ... J.J. played goalie at Penn State (1989-92); ranks fifth all-time in saves and posted two years of .635 save percentage or better ... Debbie graduated from Penn State in 1990 ... ... Majoring in finance in order to pursue a career in investment banking or the stock markets.

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#7

TANNER

BRIAN

PRESTREAU

PECK Lincoln University, Pa. Avon Grove

Yorktown Heights, N.Y. Yorktown

Junior • MIDFIELF • 6-1

Senior • MIDFIELD • 6-1 CAREER STATS

CAREER STATS Year 2015

GP-GS G 10-5

#22

1

A PTS SH PCT. GB 3

4

13

.077

2

TO CT 8

0

Year

PEN 1-0:30

2016 6-0 0 4 4 8 .000 0 5 0 0-0:00 Total 11-5 1 4 5 13 .077 1 6 0 0-0:00

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

2014

9-0

3

2

5

17

.176

1

1

1

0-0:00

2015

13-1

5

0

5

20

.250

2

2

1

2-1:30

2016

13-4

7

2

9

23

.304

3

2

0

0-0:00

Total 35-5 15 4 19 60 .250 6 5 2 2-1:30

2016 Saw action in six games during the 2016 season … Logged one assist and took three shots in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6) … Had a career-high outing at Furman (3/8), dishing out two assists … Tallied one assist in the OT win against No. 8 Harvard (3/12).

2016 Played in 13 games during the 2016, starting each of the first four outings … Scored two goals and picked up one ground ball in the win against Robert Morris (2/6) … Scored once against Hobart (2/13) … Recorded one goal in three consecutive games against UMass (3/19), No. 1 Denver (3/26) and in the Big Ten opener at Ohio State (4/3) … Took one shot in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).

2015 Appeared in four games at attack, scoring a goal at UMass (3/14) ... Took five shots, two of which came against the Minutemen ... Recorded shots against Vermont (2/7), Maryland (4/4) and Michigan (4/25) ... Picked up a ground ball against the Catamounts.

2015 Appeared in 13 contests, starting against Maryland (4/4) ... Scored five goals, two of which came in the final two games of the season ... Netted a man-up goal in the Big Ten Tournament game against Johns Hopkins (4/30) ... Notched goals at Loyola (2/14), against Penn (2/28) and Ohio State (3/29) ... Recorded 20 shots, a season-best five coming against Michigan (4/25) ... Picked up a ground ball in consecutive games against Denver (3/21) and Ohio State (3/29) ... Caused a turnover against Rutgers (4/19).

BEFORE PENN STATE Ranked No. 36 by Inside Lacrosse's Power 100 Freshman rankings for 2014-15, No. 9 for attackmen ... Two-time U.S. Lacrosse AllAmerican (2013, 2014) and a 2014 Under Armour All-American ... Named All-Ches-Mont League first team three times (2012, 2013, 2014) ... Earned two All-EPLCA honors (2013, 2014) ... Helped lead Avon Grove to a pair of District 1 championships (2013, 2014), as well as the Ches-Mont League title in 2013 ... Played high school lacrosse alongside current teammate Will Schreiner ... Played four years of club ball for Duke's Lacrosse.

2014 Played in nine games … Scored a trio of goals: against Michigan (2/8), Ohio State (3/1) and Denver (3/10) … Dished out two assists … Posted points in four-straight games (3/1-3/22) … Took 17 shots, seven of which were on goal … Caused a turnover and picked up a ground ball against Albany (3/22).

PERSONAL Born Tanner Scott Peck on Aug. 31, 1995 in West Chester, Pennsylvania ... Parents are Kellie and Jim ... Has an older brother, Colin, and two younger brothers, Brayden and Carson ... Brayden has committed and signed a national letter of intent to play lacrosse at Penn State next season ... Majoring in supply chain and information systems.

BEFORE PENN STATE Attended Stony Brook for the fall 2013 semester ... Two-time letterwinner at Yorktown, scoring 94 goals and 18 assists, while leading Yorktown to a pair of section titles ... Named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American senior year behind 67 goals and 15 assists ... Earned Hudson Valley Player of the Year and named a Tri-State first-team midfielder senior year ... Tallied 27 goals and three assists junior year en route to an All-Section honor ... Played club lacrosse for the Yorktown Ballers (three years) and Husked Corn (one year). PERSONAL Born Brian Patrick Prestreau on Feb. 25, 1995 in Westchester, New York … Parents are Kerri and Nick ... Has two older brothers, Nick and Michael ... Majoring in labor and employment relations. 21

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#28

#25

CHRIS

RUSBULDT

SABIA

Richmond, Va. Collegiate School

Harleysville, Pa. The Haverford School

Freshman • GOALKEEPER • 5-10

Sophomore • DEFENSE • 6-2 CAREER STATS

BEFORE PENN STATE Helped Collegiate School to a pair of state semifinalist appearances in 2014-15 and a league championship in 2015 ... Earned U.S. Lacrosse All-America honors as well as first-team All-State Virginia accolades ... Set a school recorded with 272 saves in the 2014 season ... Played club with Amped Lax, Tidewater Riptide and Geronimo Lacrosse ... A two-time Maverick Showtime All-Star, as well as King of the Hill and Gait Cup All-Star ... Played cornerback and receiver for Collegiate School.

Year 2016

GP-GS G 15-15

0

Total 15-15 0

A PTS SH PCT. GB 0

0

0 0

0

.000

26

TO CT

PEN

2 12 3-2:30

0 .000 26 2 12 3-2:30

2016 One of two freshmen to start all 15 games for the Nittany Lions, playing at close defense … Finished second on the team with 26 ground balls on the year, picking up at least one in all 15 outings … Caused one turnover in six games, closing out the year with 12 caused turnovers, ranked second on the team … Logged three ground balls in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6) … Tallied one ground ball and caused a career-high three turnovers against Hobart (2/13) … Matched a career-best mark with three caused turnovers and two ground balls in the OT victory against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) … Caused two turnovers and totaled two ground balls in the win against No. 1 Denver (3/26) … Logged a career-high four ground balls at No. 19 Rutgers (4/22) … Picked up two ground balls and caused one turnover in the regular season finale against Michigan (4/30) … Notched two ground balls and caused a pair of turnovers in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).

PERSONAL Born Jack Barber Rusbuldt July 7, 1997 in Richmond, Va. ... Parents are Anne and Chris ... Has one brother, Chris, who played lacrosse at Washington & Lee ... Father, Chris, played lacrosse at Hampden-Sydney... Majoring in business. WHY PENN STATE "I chose Penn State because I want to play for the best coaches in the country and work toward a national title."

BEFORE PENN STATE Helped The Haverford School to an undefeated 26-0 record and an Inter-Ac Championship in 2015 alongside classmate Grant Ament… Recipient of the Founders Award … Played club ball for Mesa Fresh and Bucks Select. PERSONAL Born Christopher Jerome Sabia on March 21 in Harleysville, Pennsylvania … Parents are Suzanne and Chris … Has one brother, Luke, and one sister, Gianna … Majoring in labor and employment relations.

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE MITCH

#37

#19

WILL

SCHAEFER

SCHREINER

Canandaigua, N.Y. Canandaigua Academy

Kemblesville, Pa. Avon Grove

Freshman • MIDFIELD • 5-11

Junior • GOALKEEPER • 6-1 CAREER STATS

BEFORE PENN STATE Shaefer helped lead Canandaigua Academy to a Class A Sec V Championship in 2013, earning Section V Tournament MVP honors ... Played club ball with SweetLax, having helped the team to a first place finish at the Adrenaline Cup.

Year

GP-GS

2015 0-0

PERSONAL Born Mitchell Robert Schaefer on Oct. 15, 1997 in Canandaigua, New York ... Parents are Scott and Sue Schaefer ... Has one sister, Lauren ... Majoring in business.

MIN

GA

0:00 0

GAA

SV

SV%

W-L

SF

0 0 .000 0-0 0

2016

15-15

854:16 155

10.89 131 .458

Total

15-15

854:16 155 10.89 131 .458

8-7

523

8-7 523

2016 Started all 15 games at goalie for the Nittany Lions, closing out the year with a .458 save percentage … Made at least 10 saves in 10 outings, registering more than 10 in nine of the 10 … Surrendered less than 10 goals on five occasions, allowing just four in his debut in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6) … Posted seven saves in the win at No. 18 Cornell (2/20) … Made 10 saves in the OT victory against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) … Recorded a careerhigh 15 saves, surrendering just five goals in the win against Ohio State (4/3) in the Big Ten opener … Notched 12 saves against No. 17 Johns Hopkins (4/17) … Totaled 10 saves at No. 19 Rutgers (4/22) … Logged his third straight 10-plus save performance with 12 saves in the regular season finale against Michigan (4/30).

WHY PENN STATE "I chose Penn State because of the coaching staff and family atmosphere and of course, the superior education."

2015 Did not play in any games. BEFORE PENN STATE Ranked No. 47 by Inside Lacrosse’s Power 100 Freshman rankings for 2014-15, No. 5 for goalies ... Picked up the win in the Under Armour Senior Classic as an All-American ... Played four seasons at Avon Grove with fellow Nittany Lion classmate Tanner Peck, earning team MVP honors junior and senior years as team captain ... Helped Avon Grove to back-to-back 20-win seasons and two District 1 championships (2013, 2014) as well as the Ches-Mont League title in 2013 ... Played high school lacrosse alongside current teammate Tanner Peck ... Played four years for Duke’s Lacrosse Club. PERSONAL Bron William Augustus Schreiner on March 23, 1996 in West Chester, Pennsylvania … Parents are Matt and Tracey Schreiner ... Has an older sister, Audrey ... Majoring in communications arts and sciences.

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE TREVOR

#41

MATT

SEXTON

SCOLLINS Marshfield, Mass. Marshfield

Niskayuna, N.Y. Niskayuna

Sophomore • GOALKEEPER • 6-1

RS-Senior • MIDFIELD • 5-11 CAREER STATS

CAREER STATS Year

GP-GS

MIN

GA

GAA

SV

SV%

W-L

SF

Year

2016

3-0

43:59

6

8.18

7

.538

0-0

20

2013

6-0

0

2

2

43:59 6 8.18 7 .538 0-0 20

2014

11-0

1

2

2015

13-0

4

2

Total 3-0

#16

2016 Made three appearances between the pipes for the Nittany Lions during the 2016 season, closing out the year with a .538 save percentage and an 8.18 goals against average … Made two saves in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6) … Logged a career-high four saves in 22:18 in net against Villanova (2/27) … Made one save in the win on the road at Furman (3/8).

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

2

.000

1

0

0

1-1:00

3

6

.167

1

1

0

0-0:00

6

14

.286

4

5

0

0-0:00

2016 Did Not Play (Injury) Total 30-0 4 6 11 22 .227 6 6 0 1-1:00

2016 Did not play in any games due to an injury. 2015 Appeared in 13 games, scoring four goals and registering a pair of assists for six points ... Two-goal game against Marist (3/10) ... Scored a goal on the man-up in the Big Ten Tournament game against Johns Hopkins (4/30) ... Posted assists in consecutive games against Johns Hopkins (4/11) and Rutgers (4/19) ... Took 14 shots, with two coming against Vermont (2/7), the Red Foxes and Denver (3/21) ... Picked up four ground balls.

BEFORE PENN STATE Led Marshfield High School to back-to-back Atlantic Coast League Championships, earning ACL All-Star honors in 2014-15 … Served as team captain in 2015 … Earned 2015 second-team All-America honors, while also being named an All-American by BostonLax … Played club ball with Laxachusetts for three years, earning 2013 Legacy Invitational All-Star honors, as well as AllStar honors at the 2014 King of the Hill.

2014 Played in 11 games … Scored a goal on the man-up and had an assist in the season opener against Michigan (2/8) … Took six shots, two of which were against Loyola (2/15) … Picked up a ground ball in that game.

PERSONAL Born Trevor William Scollins on Dec. 11, 1996 in Weymouth, Massachusetts … Parents are Tom and Leslie Scollins … Has one brother, Connor, and one sister, Hannah … Cousin, Jessica Scollins, attended Penn State … Majoring in communications arts and sciences.

2013 Appeared in six games, mainly on the man-up ... Recorded a ground ball in collegiate debut at Michigan (2/9) ... Picked up a pair of assists against Lehigh (3/9). BEFORE PENN STATE Earned All-Region honors and MVP honors senior year, leading Niskayuna to a 20-2 record, scoring 63 goals and 52 assists ... Totaled 123 goals and 93 assists in four seasons ... Helped lead Niskayuna to state semifinals in 2010 and 2012, while helping with a state final appearance in 2009 ... Earned regional and sectional championships in 2009, 2010 and 2012 ... Named to the Upstate New York Under Armour Team in 2010 and 2011 ... Played club lacrosse for the Albany Power for six seasons. PERSONAL Born Matthew Moore Sexton on Dec. 12, 1993 in Albany, New York … Parents are Tim and Jen Sexton...Has a younger brother, James, and a younger sister, Catherine ... Majoring in recreation, park and tourism management. 24

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE CONOR

#29

NICK

SMITH

#13

SPILLANE

Long Island, N.Y. West Islip

Franklin Square, N.Y. Carey

Freshman • ATTACK • 6-1

Sophomore • MIDFIELD • 5-10 CAREER STATS

BEFORE PENN STATE A four-year varsity member of the lacrosse team at West Islip, earning All-Division honors in 2014 and 2015 ... The team's leading scorer in 2014 and 2015, earning MVP honors in 2015 ... A three-time member of Suffolk County Top 20 Team ... Played football and basketball at West Islip ... Twice named both a Maverick Showtime and Hotbeds Camp All-Star.

Year

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

2016 10-0 4 2 6 15 .267 2 2 0 0-0:00 Total 10-0 4 2 6 15 .267 2 2 0 0-0:00

2016 Made appearances in 10 games during the 2016 season, totaling four goals … Scored one goal and dished out one assist in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6) … Logged one goal in the Big Ten opener at Ohio State (4/3) … Matched a career-high mark with two points against No. 17 Johns Hopkins (4/17), scoring one goal and adding one assist and a ground ball … Tallied one goal on the road at No. 19 Rutgers (4/22) … Took one shot in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).

PERSONAL Born Conor Thomas Smith on Oct. 21, 1997 in West Islip, New York ... Parents are Sean and Carol ... Has two brothers, JP and Brendan ... Father, Sean, played lacrosse at Roanoke College ... Brother, Brendan, plays lacrosse at Limestone College and brother JP, played lacrosse at the University of Tampa ... Majoring in business.

BEFORE PENN STATE Attended Carey High School … Earned All-County honors in four consecutive seasons … Earned honorable mention All-America honors in 2014 and second-team All Long Island honors in 2015 … Tabbed an All-American in 2015 … Also helped Carey to two Long Island Football Championships, earning second-team AllLong Island honors and third-team All New York State laurels.

WHY PENN STATE "I chose Penn State because of the opportunities it offers academically, athletically and career-wise."

PERSONAL Born Nickolus Herbert Spillane on Dec. 16, 1996 in Mineola, New York. … Parents are Chris and Cammi Spillane … Has one brother, Chris, and one sister, Kaylee … Father, Chris, played lacrosse at CW Post … Brother, Chris, played lacrosse at Manhattan College … Majoring in recreation, park and tourism management.

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE BRANDON

#36

BARRETT

STERN

SUTLEY

Cherry Hill, N.J. Cherry Hill East

Owings Mills, Md. McDonogh School

Sophomore • MIDFIELD • 5-11

Freshman • MIDFIELD • 6-2

CAREER STATS Year

GP-GS G

#27

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

BEFORE PENN STATE An honor roll student at McDonogh School ... Helped guide McDonogh to back-to-back MIAA semifinal appearances in 2013 and 2014 and a finalist finish in 2015 ... Played alongside current teammate Rooby Black ... An MYLA All-Star ... Played club ball with Greene Turtle and Crabs Lacrosse.

PEN

2016 14-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 1 0-0:00 Total 14-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 1 0-0:00

2016 Played in 14 of the team’s 15 games in his first season in the Blue and White … Totaled four ground balls … Caused on turnover in the win against Hobart (2/13) … Picked up one ground ball in three straight outings at Furman (3/8), against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) and against UMass (3/19) … Had one ground ball against No. 17 Johns Hopkins (3/17).

PERSONAL Born Barrett Ledingham Sutley on September 15, 1997 in Baltimore, Maryland .. Parents are Stuart and Elizabeth ... Has two brothers, McKay and Max, and one sister, Spencer ... Father, Stuart, played lacrosse at Virginia and grandfather, Philip, played lacrosse at Johns Hopkins ... Majoring in undergraduate studies.

BEFORE PENN STATE A four-year varsity starter at Cherry Hill East … Earned AllConference accolades across all four seasons … A two-year team captain in 2014-15 … Totaled 86 goals and 53 assists while at Cherry Hill … Named 2015 Team MVP and earned back-to-back team Offensive Player of the Year honors in 2013 and 2014 … A three-time second-team All-Conference honor, earning first-team All-Conference honors in 2014 … Played club ball for Shamrocks … Was a three-year starting quarterback and two-year team captain for Cherry Hill East’s varsity football team.

WHY PENN STATE "I chose Penn State because the second I felt the atmosphere on the campus, I knew it was where I wanted to attend college."

PERSONAL Born Brandon C. Stern on April 23, 1997 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania … Parents are Dawn and Richard Stern … Has one brother, Matt, and one sister, Samantha, who played lacrosse at Vermont … Majoring in finance.

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#39

MIKE

2014 Started four games and appeared in an additional two games … Scored 13 goals, ranked third on the team … Three-time CAA Rookie of the Week ... CAA Player and Rookie of the Week (4/28) after scoring four of Penn State’s eight goals in an 8-7 win over No. 12 Hoftstra (4/26) ... Scored a pair of unassisted goals against No. 19 Towson (4/12) to earn CAA Rookie of the Week honors ... Season-best five goals at Drexel (4/5), the second-most scored in a single game, resulting in a CAA Rookie of the Week accolade … Took 13 shots in that game, a single-game high by any Nittany Lion during the season … Netted his first of the season in his collegiate debut, the season opener against Michigan (2/8) … Recorded an assist versus Delaware (4/19) … Took 41 shots, the fifth-most for the Nittany Lions … Second on the team in man-up goals (3) … Gathered five ground balls and caused a turnover.

SUTTON Sewell, N.J. St. Augustine Prep Senior • MIDFIELD • 5-9 CAREER STATS Year 2014 2015

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

13

1

14

41

.317

5

12 1

0-0:00

14-13 24

4

28

100 .240

27

21 2

1-0:30

6-4

PEN

BEFORE PENN STATE Lettered four times at St. Augustine Prep and was a teammate of former Nittany Lion Tommy O’Neill ... Earned All-America honors junior and senior year ... Ranked 36th by Inside Lacrosse for incoming freshmen ... Participated in the Under Armour AllAmerican Senior Showcase in 2013 ... Played four seasons of club ball with Duke’s Lacrosse.

2016 15-11 19 2 21 69 .275 16 6 1 1-1:00 Total 35-28 56 7 63 210 .267 48 39 4 2-1:30

2015 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION 2015 & 2016 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN

PERSONAL Born Michael Kent Sutton on Aug. 13, 1995 in Camden, New Jersey … Parents are Jacqueline and Kent Sutton ... Has an older sister, Julie, who played lacrosse for Alvernia University ... Majoring in kinesiology in order to pursue a career as a physical therapist.

2016 Played in all 15 games during the 2016 season, starting each of the last 11 outings … Scored at least one goal in 13 games, totaling 19 goals – good for fifth on the team … Registered at least one point in all but one game, closing out the season on a 10-game point-scoring streak … Scored one goal and picked up three ground balls in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6) … Logged two goals in the win on the road at Furman (3/8) … Tallied three goals against UMass (3/19) … Notched one goal and one ground ball against No. 1 Denver (3/26) … Posted one goal in the Big Ten opener at Ohio State (4/3) … Recorded his second hat trick of the season against No. 5 Maryland (4/10) … Registered two goals, scoring once on the man-up in the regular season finale against Michigan (4/30) … Totaled one goal in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against No. 5 Maryland (5/5). 2015 Named an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection ... Started 13 of the team's 14 games ... Ranked second on the team in scoring, netting 24 goals and registering four assists for 28 points ... Scored half of his goals in Big Ten play (12), good for fifth in the conference standings ... Recorded goals in all but one game on the season, producing eight multi-goal games and 10 multi-point games ... Notched hat tricks in three-straight games: against No. 3 Maryland (4/4), Johns Hopkins (4/11) and Rutgers (4/19) ... Four man-up goals tied for the team lead, two of which were scored against the Scarlet Knights ... Dished out assists against Vermont (2/7), Marist (3/10), Denver (3/21) and Michigan (4/25) ... Took a team-best 100 shots, posting 11 against No. 16/11 Penn (2/28) and 10 in the next game against Harvard (3/7) ... Scooped up 27 ground balls, a season-best five coming against the Quakers ... Caused two turnovers against Rutgers (4/19)

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#33

TRIPP

PETER

TRIOLO

TRAYNOR Downingtown, Pa. Malvern Prep

Smithtown, N.Y. Smithtown East

Junior • MIDFIELD • 5-11

Senior • DEFENSE • 6-1 CAREER STATS

CAREER STATS Year 2015

GP-GS G 5-0

#45

1

A PTS SH PCT. GB 0

1

3

.333

1

TO CT 1

0

Year

PEN

GP-GS G

A PTS SH PCT. GB

TO CT

PEN

2014 11-0 0 0 0 0 .000 2 1 1 0-0:00

0-0:00

2016 15-0 0 0 0 0 .000 11 1 2 1-1:00

2015

Total 20-0 1 0 1

2016 15-15 0 1 1 0 .000 14 4 9 2-2:00

3 .333 12 2 2 1-1:00

13-10

0

Total 39-25 0

2016 Played in all 15 games during the 2016 season, totaling 11 ground balls and two caused turnovers … Recorded two ground balls in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6) … Collected two ground balls at Penn (3/5) … Picked up one ground ball in back-to-back games at Furman (3/8) and against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) … Caused one turnover against No. 1 Denver (3/26) … Had one ground ball against then-No. 5 Maryland (4/10) … Matched a career-high mark with two ground balls against No. 17 Johns Hopkins (4/17) … Recorded one ground ball and caused one turnover in the regular season finale against Michigan (4/30).

0

0

1 1

0

.000

14

0

4

3-2:30

0 .000 30 5 14 5-4:30

2015 & 2016 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN 2016 Started all 15 games for the Nittany Lions at close defense … Totaled nine caused turnovers to finish third on the team in the category … Posted 14 ground balls, picking up at least one in nine different outings … Tallied his first collegiate assist in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6) … Collected two ground balls at No. 18 Cornell (2/20) … Caused a career-high two turnovers and totaled two ground balls against Villanova (2/27) … Caused one turnover in the next three straight games at Penn (3/5), at Furman (3/8) and in the OT win against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) … Matched a career-high mark with two caused turnovers against UMass (3/19) … Had two ground balls and one caused turnover in the win against No. 1 Denver (3/26) … Recorded two ground balls and caused one turnover against No. 5 Maryland (4/10) … Notched two ground balls at No. 19 Rutgers (4/22).

2015: Made five appearances on the field, scoring a goal in his collegiate debut, against Vermont (2/7) ... Took his three shots on the season in that game ... One ground ball versus the Catamounts. BEFORE PENN STATE Four-year letterwinner at Malvern Prep with Nittany Lion teammate Chris Isenberg ... Named All-Inter-AC second team his senior year as Malvern Prep went 24-0 ... Four-year starter in soccer and was named All-Inter-AC first team...Played club lacrosse for Mesa Fresh and ManUp.

2015 Appeared in 13 games, starting the final 10 games of the year ... Collected 14 ground balls, a season-best five coming against Johns Hopkins (4/11) ... Caused four turnovers: against Vermont (2/7), Harvard (3/7), Denver (3/21) and Rutgers (4/19). 2014 Played in 11 games … Picked up two ground balls: against Delaware (4/19) and Dartmouth (3/18) … Caused a turnover in Penn State’s win over the Blue Hens.

PERSONAL Born Kevin Joseph Traynor III on Feb. 21, 1996 in Downingtown, Pennsylvania … Parents are Beth and Kevin Traynor ... Has four brothers, A.J., Jack, Matthew and Kyle ... Majoring in communication arts and sciences.

BEFORE PENN STATE Four-year letterwinner at Smithtown East earning Academic AllAmerica distinction senior year ... Named All-County and All-League junior and senior years ... Named team’s defensive MVP three times ... Earned Under Armour Underclass All-America honor in 2012 ... Served as team captain junior and senior years ... Helped Smithtown East to four-straight playoff appearances including a semifinal showing senior year ... Collected 90 ground balls, forced 30 turnovers and scored 10 times ... Played eight years of club lacrosse for Team Smithtown. PERSONAL Born Peter Anthony Triolo on Aug. 11, 1995 in Syosset, New York … Parents are Kathy and Pete Triolo ... Has an older sister, Devin, and a younger sister, Nicole ... Majoring in communication arts and sciences.

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#23

TOMMY

WRIGHT Garden City, N.Y. Garden City Sophomore • DEFENSE • 6-0 CAREER STATS Year 2016

GP-GS G 6-0

0

A PTS SH PCT. GB 1

1

Total 6-0 0 1 1

2

.000

8

TO CT 3

2

PEN 0-0:00

2 .000 8 3 2 0-0:00

2016 Played in six games during his first season in the Blue and White, recording at least one ground ball in all but two appearances … Took one shot and tallied two ground balls in the season opener against Robert Morris (2/6) … Dished out one assist and picked up a career-high three ground balls in the win against Hobart (2/13) … Caused his first career turnover against Villanova (2/27) … Took one shot, caused one turnover and registered two ground balls at Penn (3/5) … Tallied one ground ball on the road at Furman (3/8). BEFORE PENN STATE A four-year letterwinner at Garden City, helping the team to a pair of New York State titles … A two-time All-American and All-Long Island honoree … Earned Long Stick Midfielder Player of the Year Nassau County honors in 2014 and 2015 … Ranked No. 12 by Inside Lacrosse on the 2015 Power 100 Freshman rankings … Played club lacrosse with FLG … Lettered in football at Garden City. PERSONAL Born Thomas Aquanis Wright on March 19, 1997 in New York, New York … Parents are Debbie and Tom … Has two brothers, Ken and James … Ken played lacrosse at Siena and James played football at SUNY Cortland … Father played football at C.W. Post … Majoring in recreation, park and tourism management.

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE 2016 FINAL STANDINGS Team

The Creator’s Trophy was created in 2012 by the then three Big Ten schools that sponsored men’s lacrosse. While the Big Ten men’s lacrosse conference began in 2015, The Creator’s Trophy continues to honor the rivalries between the schools that play North America’s first sport. Today, Native Americans still refer to lacrosse as “The Creator’s Game.” The trophy is intended to pay homage to the sport’s heritage, promote the budding rivalry of the three schools and encourage sportsmanship on and off the field of play. The night prior to each of the three games, the home institution will host the visitor for a “rivalry” dinner.

Record Pct. GF GA

Overall Pct. GF GA

Penn State

2-0 1.000 20 14

8-7 .545 178 164

Ohio State

1-1

.500

15

13

7-8

.466

141

136

Michigan

0-2

.000

16

24

3-10

.231

122

166

2016 Results

2017 Schedule

Sunday, April 3, 2016 (at Columbus, Ohio)

Sunday, April 2 (at University Park, Pa.)

Penn State 6, Ohio State 5

Penn State vs. Ohio State

Friday, April 16 (at Columbus, Ohio)

Saturday, April 15 (at Ann Arbor, Mich.)

Ohio State 10, Michigan 7

Michigan vs, Ohio State

Friday, April 30 (at University Park, Pa.)

Sunday, April 30 (at Ann Arbor, Mich.)

Penn State 14, Michigan 9

Michigan vs. Penn State

ALL-TIME CREATOR’S TROPHY STATISTICAL LEADERS Career Points

Most Points in a Game

Penn State has captured three of five titles. The inaugural trophy was awarded to Penn State after its 2-0 record, while Ohio State snagged the 2013 honor. The Nittany Lions posted another 2-0 record in 2014 for the trophy, and took the title again in 2016. If a three-way 1-1 record occurs, the team who last won the title retains the trophy.

1. Jesse King (2012-15)...................OSU........... 31

1. Logan Schuss (OSU) . . . . . 10 vs. MICH, 2013

2. TJ Sanders (2013-16)..................PSU........... 29

2. Jack Forster (PSU) . . . . . . . . 8 vs. MICH, 2012

3. Shane Sturgis (2011-14)..............PSU........... 23

3. Shane Sturgis (PSU) . . . . . . . 7 vs. MICH, 2014

4. Carter Brown (2013-16)...............OSU........... 21

4. Jesse King (OSU) . . . . . . . . . 6

Career Goals

Most Goals in a Game

Each school is represented by an alumnus:

1. TJ Sanders (2013-16)..................PSU........... 21

1. Shane Sturgis (PSU) . . . . . . . 6 vs. MICH, 2014

Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tedd Moon '89

2. Jesse King (2012-15)...................OSU........... 20

Ohio State . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Norton '03 Penn State . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott McKeon '87

5. Turner Evans (2012-15)................OSU........... 20

Ian King (MICH) . . . . . . . . . . 6

vs. Michigan

5-0

vs. Ohio State

3-2

7-3

vs. Michigan

5-0

vs. Penn State

2-3

3. Jack Forster (PSU) . . . . . . . . 5 vs. MICH, 2012 TJ Sanders (PSU) . . . . . . . . . 5 vs. OSU, 2013

5. Turner Evans (2012-15)................OSU........... 13

Logan Schuss (OSU) . . . . . . 5 at MICH, 2013 TJ Sanders (PSU) . . . . . . . . . 5 vs. MICH, 2014 Jesse King (OSU) . . . . . . . . . 5 vs. OSU, 2014

Career Assists 1. Jesse King (2012-15)...................OSU........... 11 2. Logan Schuss (2012-13)..............OSU............. 9 3. David Planning (2012-15)............OSU............. 8 Jack Forester (2012-13)................PSU............. 8

0-10

vs. Ohio State

0-5

vs. Penn State

0-5

Most Assists in a Game 1. Logan Schuss (OSU) . . . . . . 5 at MICH, 2013 2. Grant Ament (PSU) . . . . . . . 4 vs. MICH, 2016 3. Reegan Comeault (OSU) . . . 3 vs. MICH, 2014 Dominique Alexander (OSU) 3 at MICH, 2012 Jack Forster (PSU) . . . . . . . . 3 vs. MICH, 2012 Jack Forster (PSU) . . . . . . . . 3 vs. OSU, 2013

Career Saves 1. Gerald Logan (2013-16)............... MICH........... 76

3. Michigan

at PSU, 2015

4. Carter Brown (2013-16)...............OSU........... 14

TJ Sanders (2013-16)....................PSU............. 8 2. Ohio State

Ian King (MICH) . . . . . . . . . . 6

at PSU, 2015

3. Shane Sturgis (2011-14)..............PSU........... 16

________________________________________ ALL-TIME CREATOR'S TROPHY STANDINGS 1. Penn State 8-2

vs. PSU, 2014

Jesse King (OSU) . . . . . . . . . 6 vs. MICH, 2014

2. Austin Kaut (2012-14)................... PSU............ 56 3. Greg Dutton (2012-14)..................OSU........... 33 4. Tom Carey (2015-pres.).................OSU........... 30 5. Will Schreiner (2015-pres.)........PSU........... 27

Shane Sturgis (PSU) . . . . . . . 3 vs. MICH, 2012 Jesse King (OSU) . . . . . . . . . 3 at MICH, 2013 Most Saves in a Game 1. Gerald Logan (MICH) . . . . . 19

vs. PSU, 2013

Gerald Logan (MICH) . . . . . 19 vs. MICH, 2016 2. Robbie Zonino (MICH) . . . . 15 vs. OSU, 2014 Will Schreiner (PSU) . . . . . 15

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at OSU, 2016

3. Austin Kaut (PSU) . . . . . . . . 14

at OSU, 2012

Gerald Logan (MICH) . . . . . 14

vs. PSU, 2015


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE 2016 BIG TEN IN REVIEW 2016 BIG TEN STANDINGS Team

Overall Pct. GF GA

Conf. Pct. GF GA

Maryland ^

16-3

.842 217 153

5-0 1.000

51 41

Rutgers

11-5

.688 199 158

3-2

.600

62 52

John Hopkins

8-7

.533 185 174

3-2

.600

61 63

PENN STATE

8-7

.533 178 164

2-3

.400

55 52

Ohio State

7-8

.467 141 136

2-3

.400

47 46

Michigan

3-10

.231 122 166

0-5

.000

42 64

The Big Ten Conference formally announced the establishment of men’s and women’s lacrosse as conference sports on June 3, 2013. The official announcement, which took place at Johns Hopkins University, added lacrosse with corresponding championships for the 2015 spring season. “We are very excited for the institution of Big Ten men’s and women’s lacrosse, with competition beginning in 2015,” stated Dave Joyner, former Penn State Director of Athletics. “Men’s and women’s lacrosse has a long and successful tradition at Penn State and in the Mid-Atlantic and we embrace the opportunity to help lacrosse continue to rapidly grow throughout the country. We look forward to continuing to build partnerships with the other Big Ten schools sponsoring lacrosse. It’s a great pleasure to welcome Johns Hopkins as an affiliate member; an institution with tremendous academics and lacrosse achievement.”

^ NCAA Championship participant

2016 BIG TEN TOURNAMENT Semifinals May 5 May 5

No. 1 Maryland def. No. 4 Penn State, 16-9 No. 2 Rutgers def. No. 3 Johns Hopkins, 14-12

Finals May 2

Big Ten Conference rules allow for a league championship when six institutions sponsor a program in any given sport. Penn State, Ohio State, Maryland, Rutgers and Michigan sponsor lacrosse programs, and the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays will round out the newly formed Big Ten men’s lacrosse lineup as an affiliate member.

No. 1 Maryland def. No. 2 Rutgers, 14-8

2016 BIG TEN ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Big Ten Tournament MVP: Matt Rambo, Maryland Maryland - Kyle Bernlohr, Bryan Cole, Greg Danseglio, Connor Kelly, Matt Rambo

2016 BIG TEN AWARD WINNERS

Rutgers - Scott Beida, Adam Charalambides, Zachary Franckowiak Penn State - Nick Aponte

Coach of the Year: .....................................................Brain Brecht, Rutgers Offensive Player of the Year: .......................................Scott Bieda, Rutgers Defensive Player of the Year: ................................. Robby Haus, Ohio State Freshman of the Year: ..................................Adam Charalambides, Rutgers Specialist of the Year: ...........................................Jake Withers, Ohio State

Johns Hopkins - Ryan Brown

2016 BIG TEN PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Feb. 10 O: Ryan Brown, JHU D: Brandon Barger, OSU S: Jake Withers, OSU F: Grant Ament, PSU

March 22 O: Cody Radziewicz, JHU D: Michael Rexrode, RU S: Austin Henningsen, MD F: Adam Charalambides, RU

Feb. 16 O: Scott Bieda, RU D: Chase Brown, MICH S: Gerald Logan, MICH F: Adam Charalambides, RU

March 29 O: Connor Kelly, MD and Ryan Keenan, PSU D: Tim Muller, MD S: Kyle Bernlohr, MD F: Adam Charalambides, RU

Feb. 23 O: Bryan Cole, MD D: Greg Danseglio, MD S: Will Schreiner, PSU F: Adam Charalambides, RU March 1 O: Kyle Jackson, MICH O: Jules Heningburg, RU D: Christian Mazzone, RU S: Jake Withers, OSU F: Austin Henningsen, MD F: Adam Charalambides, RU March 8 O: Kyle Jackson, MICH D: Christian Mazzone, RU S: Tom Carey, OSU F: Adam Charalambides, RU March 15 O: Shack Stanwick, JHU D: Tim Muller, MD S: Hunter Moreland, JHU and Will Schreiner, PSU F: Grant Ament, PSU

Key: O - Offensive D - Defensive S - Specialist - F - Freshman

FIRST-TEAM ALL-BIG TEN Name RYAN BROWN Shack Stanwick Kyle Bernlohr Bryan Cole Isaiah Davis-Allen Robby Haus Jake Withers NICK APONTE SCOTT BIEDA Jules Heningburg

April 5 O: Scott Bieda, RU D: Greg Danseglio, MD and Chase Brown, MICH S: Will Schreiner, PSU F: Adam Charalambides, RU April 12 O: Jules Heningburg, RU D: Michael Rexrode, RU S: Kyle Bernlohr, MD F: Kyle Marr, JHU

Team Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins Maryland Maryland Maryland Ohio State Ohio State Penn State Rutgers Rutgers

Yr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So.

Pos. A A GK M M D M A A A

Yr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr.

Pos. M D D A D LSM D A LSM

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-BIG TEN Name John Crawley Nick Fields Greg Danseglio Colin Heacock Tim Muller Chase Brown Michael Aronow Grant Ament Zack Sikora

April 19 O: Dylan Martz, MD and Carter Brown, OSU D: Tim Muller, MD S: Will Bonaparte, MD F: Patrick Foley, JHU April 26 O: Jules Heningburg, RU D: Chris Groel, RU S: Craig Madarasz, JHU F: Grant Ament, PSU

Team Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins Maryland Maryland Maryland Michigan Penn State Penn State Rutgers

Unanimous selections in ALL CAPS *Additional honorees due to tie

May 3 O: Johnny Pearson, OSU and Nick Aponte, PSU D: Isaiah Davis-Allen, MD S: Craig Madarasz, JHU F: Grant Ament, PSU 31

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE OVERALL: 8-7 • BIG TEN: 2-3 • Home: 4-4 • Away: 3-2 • Neutral: 1-1 Date Opponent Result Score Overall B1G Att. @Feb 06 ROBERT MORRIS W 20-7 1-0-0 0-0-0 401 Feb 13 HOBART W 17-12 2-0-0 0-0-0 529 Feb 20 at #18 Cornell W 8-7 3-0-0 0-0-0 1241 Feb 27 VILLANOVA L 9-19 3-1-0 0-0-0 580 Mar 5 at Penn L 7-11 3-2-0 0-0-0 1093 Mar 8 at Furman W 16-7 4-2-0 0-0-0 415 Mar 12 #8 HARVARD W (OT) 13-12 5-2-0 0-0-0 640 Mar 19 UMASS L 9-11 5-3-0 0-0-0 587 $Mar. 26 vs. #1 Denver W 15-10 6-3-0 0-0-0 6516 * Apr 3 at Ohio State W 6-5 7-3-0 1-0-0 1180 * Apr 10 #5 MARYLAND L (OT) 10-11 7-4-0 1-1-0 1180 * Apr 17 #17 JOHNS HOPKINS L (OT) 11-12 7-5-0 1-2-0 2708 * Apr 22 at Rutgers L 14-15 7-6-0 1-3-0 2328 * Apr 30 MICHIGAN W 14-9 8-6-0 2-3-0 1735 % May 5 vs. #3 Maryland L 9-16 8-7-0 2-3-0 1473 Home games in CAPS at Penn State Lacrosse Field @ Home game played at Holuba Hall * Big Ten game % Big Ten Tournament game $ Game played in Dallas, Texas

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Games Total Attendance Average Home 8 8,360 1,045 Away 5 6,257 1,042 Neutral 2 6,516 3,258 All games 15 21,133 1,243 32

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Goal Scorers Goalkeeper (Record) Sanders (4), Florence (3) Schreiner, Will (1-0) Ament (2), Aponte (2) Prestreau (2), Donnelly (1), Chakey (1), Black (1) Spillane (1), Fox (1) Sutton (1), Nowosiat (1) Ament (3), Keenan (3) Schreiner, Will (2-0) Sanders (3), Florence (2) Craig (2), Prestreau (1) Fox (1), Suttton (1), Lombardi (1) Florence (2), Sanders (2) Schreiner, Will (3-0) Keenan (1), Chakey (1) Fox (1), Sutton (1) Hill (2), Ament 1() Schreiner, Will (3-1) Aponte (1), Black (1) Sanders (1), Craig (1) Sutton (1), Nowoswiat (1) Sanders (3), Aponte (2) Schreiner, Will (3-2) Ament (1), Florence (1) Hill (2), Keenan (2) Schreiner, Will (4-2) Florence (2), Aponte (2) Sutton (2), Ament (1) Black (1), Prestreau (1) Aponte (3), Sanders (3) Schreiner, Will (5-2) Ament (2), Wellman (1) Hill (1), Florence (1) Craig (1), Sutton (1) Sutton (3), Ament (2) Schreiner, Will (5-3) Hill (1), Florence (1) Aponte (1), Prestreau (1) Keenan (3), Craig (3) Schreiner, Will (6-3) Ament (2), Florence (2) Sanders (2), Hill (1), Sutton (1) Sutton (1), Florence (1) Schreiner, Will (7-3) Aponte (1), Spillane (1) Craig (1), Prestreau (1) Sutton (3), Ament (2) Schreiner, Will (7-4) Aponte (2), Hill (1), Keenan (1), Sanders (1) Aponte (4), Sanders (2) Schreiner, Will (7-5) Craig (2), Hill (1), Florence (1), Spillane (1), Aponte (4), Ament (2) Schreiner, Will (7-6) Florence (2), Hill (1) Spillane (1), Sanders (1) Craig (1), Sutton (1) Aponte (4), Hill (3) Schreiner, Will (8-6) Sanders (3), Sutton (2) Ament (1), Florence (1) Aponte (4), Ament (1) Schreiner, Will (8-7) Hill (1), Florence (1) Sanders (1), Sutton (1)


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE The Automated ScoreBook Penn State Combined Team Statistics All games (as of Jan 25, 2017) RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * *

Feb 06 Feb 13 Feb 20 Feb 27 Mar 05 Mar 08 Mar 12 Mar 19 Mar 26 Apr 03 Apr 10 Apr 17 Apr 22 Apr 30 May 05

Opponent ROBERT MORRIS HOBART at #18 Cornell VILLANOVA at Penn at Furman #8 HARVARD UMASS vs #1 Denver at OSU #5 MARYLAND #17 JOHNS HOPKINS at RU MICHIGAN vs #3 Maryland

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game A ssi st s MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES Goals-Opportunities Conversion Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Man-up Man-down Unassisted O v e rt i me Goals scored average GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS FACEOFFS (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct. CLEARS Clear Pct. PENALTIES N umb e r Minutes ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

OVERALL 8-7 2-3 6-4

W W W L L W Wot L W W Lot Lot L W L

Score 20-7 17-12 8-7 9-19 7-11 16-7 13-12 9-11 15-10 6-5 10-11 11-12 14-15 14-9 9-16

Att. 401 529 1241 580 1093 415 640 587 6516 1180 1180 2708 2328 1735 0

PSU

OPP

178-519 11.87 .343 335-519 .645 34.6 108

164-552 10.93 .297 306-552 .554 36.8 88

15-32 .469

16-31 .516

178 15 1 70 1 11.78 406 157 79 185-394 .470 199-221 .900

164 16 1 78 2 10.85 450 191 80 209-394 .530 201-232 .866

32 27:00

35 27:00

8360 8/1045 2/3258

6257 5/1251

HOME 4-4 1-2 3-2

AWAY 3-2 1-1 2-1

NEUTRAL 1-1 0-0 1-1

## PLAYER 10 Aponte, Nick 29 Sanders, TJ 1 Ament, Grant 8 Florence, Matt 39 Sutton, Mike 5 Hill, Kevin 35 Craig, Dan 6 Keenan, Ryan 22 Prestreau, Brian 28 Spillane, Nick 31 Fox, Kevin 15 Black, Robby 13 Chakey, James 42 Nowoswiat, Jimmy 16 Burke, James 44 Lombardi, Billy 2 Wellman, Josh 11 Donnelly, Matt 40 Von Nessen, John 41 Scollins, Trevor 43 Young, Chris 45 Triolo, Peter 38 Kreinz, Drake 36 Stern, Brandon 33 Traynor, Tripp 32 Lamela, Dean 30 Ryan, Drew 27 Petkevich, Drew 25 Sabia, Christopher 24 Chambers, Tyler 21 McClain, Michel 20 Pearl, Hunter 19 Schreiner, Will 18 Maloney, Lucas 17 Aronow, Mike 12 Butler, Tyler 9 Guittare, Ryan 7 Peck, Tanner 4 Isenberg, Chris 3 O'Neill, Tommy 23 Wright, Tommy

GP G A Pts Sh Up Dn GB Faceoff 15 30 19 49 69 0 0 19 0-0 15 28 15 43 80 1 0 14 0-0 15 20 34 54 51 3 0 21 0-0 15 20 4 24 60 1 0 10 0-0 15 19 2 21 69 2 0 16 0-0 15 14 5 19 32 6 0 9 0-0 15 12 7 19 36 0 0 7 0-0 15 10 9 19 36 0 0 5 0-0 13 7 2 9 23 2 0 3 0-0 10 4 2 6 15 0 0 2 0-0 11 3 0 3 3 0 0 21 1-3 3 3 0 3 4 0 0 2 0-0 15 2 2 4 4 0 0 23 0-1 3 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 0-0 10 1 0 1 7 0 1 25 0-0 14 1 0 1 1 0 0 37 104-219 9 1 0 1 3 0 0 20 63-119 6 1 0 1 5 0 0 3 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 9-27 15 0 1 1 0 0 0 14 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 7-20 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0-0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 0-0 11 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 0-0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0-0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0-0 6 0 4 4 8 0 0 0 0-0 14 0 0 0 1 0 0 15 0-1 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 0-0 6 0 1 1 2 0 0 8 0-0 15 178 108 286 519 15 1 406 185-394 15 164 88 252 552 16 1 450 209-394

## Goalie 41 Scollins, Trevor 19 Schreiner, Will 20 Pearl, Hunter

GP 3 15 1 15 15

Goals by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

OT Total

Saves by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

OT Total

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

OT Total

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

OT Total

Total Opponents

Total Opponents

Shots by Period Penn State Opponents Shots on Goal Penn State Opponents

47 40 40 43

Min. 43:59 854:16 8:44 906:59 906:59

46 44 30 32

46 38 31 37

GA GAAvg Save

6 155 3 164 178

38 40 39 44

115 138 133 129 156 146 114 132 90 80

78 74

83 69

82 79

8.18 7 10.89 131 20.61 4 10.85 142 11.78 157 1 2 2 1

4 4 2 4

Pct

.538 .458 .571 .464 .469

W-L-T

0-0-0 8-7-0 0-0-0 8-7-0 7-8-0

178 164 142 157 519 552 335 306

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE ALL-TIME SINGLE-GAME/SEASON RECORDS GOALS 10 9 8 7

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

Rich Russo Bill Hess Jim Trenz Bob Hamel John Behne Tom Hayes Glenn Thiel Jim Trenz Jim Trenz Steve Schraeder

ASSISTS 9 8 7

Gary Martin John Meisel Ken Edwards Bill Hess Ken Edwards Bob Schoeflin Karl Hurtzig Gary Martin Gary Martin

POINTS 14 13 12 11

Gary Martin Bill Hess Ken Edwards Jim Trenz Bob Hamel Gary Martin Gary Martin Ken Edwards Bob Schoeflin Jim Trenz

SAVES 40 34 30 29 28 27

Jim Houck Joe Guterding John Divine Dave Wilkinson Rich Caravella Tom Florence Phil Benneditti J.J. Pearl E.G. Rall Joe Guterding

4/30/1983 6/24/1957 5/9/1972 4/30/1954 4/4/1959 4/28/1962 5/11/1966 4/19/1972 4/29/1972 5/16/1961

Montclair State Penn Bucknell Hobart Loyola Rutgers Lehigh Loyola Rutgers Gettysburg

5/2/1983 5/6/1964 4/6/1968 4/20/1957 5/18/1968 4/16/1969 5/12/1973 4/28/1982 4/30/1983

Bucknell Lehigh Franklin & Marshall Adelphi Delaware Franklin & Marshall Lafayette Loyola Montclair State

5/2/1983 4/20/1957 5/18/1968 5/9/1972 4/30/1954 4/21/1982 4/28/1982 5/18/1968 4/16/1969 5/11/1971

Bucknell Adelphi Delaware Bucknell Hobart Drexel Loyola Delaware Franklin & Marshall Bucknell

4/13/1957 4/10/1982 4/20/1977 5/16/1959 5/7/1976 3/30/1983 4/14/1951 3/17/1990 5/4/1985 4/10/1982

Navy Hofstra Delaware Rutgers Penn UMBC Navy Villanova C.W. Post Hofstra

GOALS 49 48 44 42 41 40

ASSISTS 44 42 40 38 36 35 34

POINTS 86 70 69 62 61 60 59 58 57 56

Bill Hess Erik Merkel Will Driscoll TJ Sanders Jim Trenz Gary Martin Bill Hess Ted Peddy Jack Forster Scot McKeon

1957 1995 2002 2013 1972 1982 1956 1990 2013 1987

Gary Martin Jeff Connor John Meisel Gary Martin Gary Martin Jeff Connor John Hollerbach Ken Edwards Bob Schoeflin Grant Ament

1982 1988 1962 1981 1983 1987 1989 1968 1969 2016

Gary Martin Tim Trenz Bill Hess Bill Hess Erik Merkel John Hollerbach Ken Edwards Jeff Connor Gary Martin Jack Forster Greg Jackson

Bold denotes current student-athlete.

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

42g, 44a 42g, 28a 49g, 20a 41g, 21a 48g, 13a 22g, 38a 23g, 36a 14g, 44a 17g, 40a 41g, 16a 34g, 22a

1982 1972 1957 1956 1995 1989 1968 1988 1983 2013 1995


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE ALL-TIME GOALKEEPER & CAREER SCORING RECORDS GOALKEEPER RECORDS SEASON SAVES 264 237 235 212 210 205 194 193

Jim Houck Rich Caravella Burt Houseworth Drew Adams Jim McGoune J.J. Pearl Vin Tedesco Joe Guterding Austin Kaut Don Bell Chip Robertson

SEASON SAVE PERCENTAGE .752 .718 .674 .668 .652 .637 .635 .635 .631 .630

Joe Guterding Rich Caravella Rich Caravella Joe Guterding Drew Adams J.J. Pearl J.J. Pearl Austin Kaut E.G. Rall Chris Garrity

194 237 151 191 212 205 188 191 183 90

127 119 104 102 101 97 96

ASSISTS

Year

156 102 87 82 80 77 74 67 64 61

1981 1975 1976 1982 2009 1992 1990 2011 1985 2000

POINTS

CAREER SAVES 694 686 571 564 557 530 510 444 425 363

1957 1975 1958 2009 1967 1992 1963 1981 2013 1995 1987

GA Saves

64 93 73 95 113 117 108 110 107 52

GOALS

Drew Adams Austin Kaut Joe Guterding Kevin Keenan J.J. Pearl Vin Tedesco Rich Caravella Chris Garrity E.G. Rall Jim McGoune

252 181 176 158 156 154 153 148 144 143

2006-09 2011-14 1979-82 1996-99 1989-92 1962-64 1972-73, 75-76 2000-03 1983-86 1967-69

CAREER SCORING RECORDS Will Driscoll TJ Sanders Greg Jackson Jack Forster Ted Peddy Nate Whitaker Matthew Mackrides Jim Laverty Shane Sturgis Gary Alex Gary Martin

1999-2002 2014-16 1994-97 2008-13 1988-91 2002-06 2009-12 1988-91 2011-14 1974-77 1981-84

Gary Martin Keith McGuire Jeff Connor John Hollerbach Karl Hurtzig Greg Jackson John Meisel Chris Lehman Luke Oglesby Shane Sturgis Gary Martin Greg Jackson John Hollerbach Shane Sturgis Will Driscoll Keith McGuire TJ Sanders Jack Forster Matthew Mackrides Chris Lehman

1981-84 1974-77 1984, 87-88 1986-89 1973-76 1994-97 1962-64 1990-93 2000-03 2011-14 96g, 156a 104g, 77a 94g, 82a 97g, 61a 127g, 29a 52g, 102a 119g, 34a 104g, 44a 101g, 43a 76g, 67a

1981-84 1994-97 1986-89 2011-14 1999-2002 1974-77 2014-16 2008-13 2009-12 1990-93

MISCELLANEOUS CAREER RECORDS FACEOFF PERCENTAGE *

.650 Chris Marcus .630 Dave O’Donnell .580 Greg Gurenlian .580 Bill Schoonmaker .540 Kevin Haggerty .537 Danny Henneghan .520 Scott Bailor * Minimum 500 attempts

W-Att.

395-606 400-633 508-875 352-601 350-647 510-949 279-534

FACEOFF WINS 510 508 400 395 352 350 279 276 271

Danny Henneghan Greg Gurenlian Dave O’Donnell Chris Marcus Bill Schoonmaker Kevin Haggerty Scott Bailor Drake Kreinz Tim Conway

GROUND BALLS

Years

440 347 336 305 292 368 259 258 236 226

1990-93 1993-96 2003-06 1982-85 1998-2001 2010-13 1989-92

Years

2010-13 2003-06 1993-96 1990-93 1982-85 1998-2001 1989-92 2014-Present 1986-89

Chris Marcus Bill Schoonmaker Chris Dent Greg Gurenlian Scott Bailor Tim Conway Bill Turri Mike Busza Rob Bateman Danny Henneghan

1990-93 1982-86 1985-88 2003-06 1989-92 1986-89 1979-82 1992-95 2001-03 2010-13

Bold denotes current student-athlete

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS

BIG TEN TEAM RECORDS

WINS

WINS

12

2

2013

2015, 2016

LOSSES

LOSSES

11 2010

3

CONSECUTIVE WINS

CONSECUTIVE WINS

11 4/20/91-4/11/1992

2 4/19-4/25/2015

CONSECUTIVE WINS IN A SEASON

CONSECUTIVE WINS IN A SEASON

10

2 4/19-4/25/2015

3/16-5/1/2013

2015, 2016

CONSECUTIVE LOSSES

CONSECUTIVE LOSSES

13

3

5/15/1943-5/26/1945

3/29-4/11/2015

CONSECUTIVE LOSSES IN A SEASON

CONSECUTIVE LOSSES IN A SEASON

6

3

1944, 2/20-3/20/2010

3/29-4/11/2015

MOST GAMES PLAYED IN A SEASON

MOST OVERTIME GAMES PLAYED IN A SEASON

17

2

2013

2016 (0-2)

MOST OVERTIME GAMES PLAYED IN A SEASON

MOST SHUTOUTS IN A SEASON

4

0 --

2009 (2-2)

MOST SHUTOUTS IN A SEASON

MOST GOALS SCORED IN A GAME

2 1951

14

vs. Michigan (W, 14-9)

4/30/2016

at Rutgers (L, 14-15)

4/22/2016

MOST GOALS SCORED IN A GAME 26

at Lafayette (26-5)

FEWEST GOALS SCORED IN A GAME

4/21/1976

FEWEST GOALS SCORED IN A GAME 0

19 times, last at Maryland (17-0)

5

MOST GOALS ALLOWED IN A GAME 29

vs. Navy (29-3)

15

15 games (10-5)

55

11 games (2-9)

at Rutgers (L, 14-15) 5 games (2-3)

42

5 games (2-3)

48

50

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY

1948

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 21

at Lafayette (26-5)

4/21/1976

vs. Kutztown (25-4)

4/8/1990

vs. Navy (29-3) 146 goals in 9 games 43 goals in 10 games 133 goals in 9 games 52 goals in 11 games

4/19/2015

vs. Michigan (14-9)

4/30/2016

7

at Maryland (12-5)

4/4/2015

1976 1960

HIGHEST OPPONENT SCORING AVERAGE IN A SEASON

8.8 10.40

55 goals in 5 games 44 goals in 5 games 52 goals in 5 games

2016 2015 2016

LOWEST OPPONENT SCORING AVERAGE IN A SEASON

1954

9.6

1947

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vs. Rutgers (11-6)

LOWEST SCORING AVERAGE IN A SEASON

LOWEST OPPONENT SCORING AVERAGE IN A SEASON 4.7

5

11.0

HIGHEST OPPONENT SCORING AVERAGE IN A SEASON 14.8

2015

4/11/1959

LOWEST SCORING AVERAGE IN A SEASON 4.3

2016

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE IN A SEASON

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE IN A SEASON 16.2

5 games (2-3)

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT 26

2016

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED IN A SEASON

1979

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED IN A SEASON 9 games (6-3)

4/22/2016

MOST GOALS ALLOWED IN A SEASON

1987

MOST GOALS ALLOWED IN A SEASON 166

4/4/2015

MOST GOALS SCORED IN A SEASON

4/11/1959

MOST GOALS SCORED IN A SEASON 221

at Maryland (12-5)

MOST GOALS ALLOWED IN A GAME

4/12/1967

48 goals in 5 games

2016


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE BIG TEN RECORDS GOALS 4 3

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

Pat Manley 4/11/2015 Nick Aponte 4/17/2016 Nick Aponte 4/22/2016 Nick Aponte 4/30/2016 10 Times (last T. Sanders, K. Hill) 4/30/2016

GOALS

Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins Rutgers Michigan Michigan

15 12 8 7

ASSISTS 4 3 2

Pat Manley Grant Ament Nick Aponte Grant Ament 7 Times (last T. Sanders, D. Craig)

4/19/2015 4/30/2016 4/11/2015 4/22/2015 4/30/2016

Rutgers Michigan Johns Hopkins Rutgers Michigan

Pat Manley Nick Aponte Grant Ament Grant Ament TJ Sanders Nick Aponte 7 Times (last N. Aponte)

4/19/2015 4/22/2016 4/22/2016 4/30/2016 4/30/2016 4/30/2016 4/10/2016

Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Michigan Michigan Michigan Maryland

4/17/2016 4/22/2016 4/11/2015 4/11/2015 4/22/2016

Johns Hopkins Rutgers Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins Rutgers

4/22/2016 4/17/2016 4/11/2015 3/29/2015 4/19/2015

Rutgers Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins Ohio State Rutgers

12 6 5 4

Billy Lombardi Billy Lombardi Drake Kreinz Peter Triolo Six times (last Chris Sabia)

19 17 13 11

Billy Lombardi Billy Lombardi Drake Kreinz Drake Kreinz Drake Kreinz

18 15 12 11 10

Drake Kreinz (11-19) Billy Lombardi (15-26) Drake Kreinz (13-25) Billy Lombardi (18-32) Drake Kreinz (4-9)

3/29/2015 4/17/2016 4/11/2015 4/22/2106 4/25/2015

Ohio State Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins Rutgers Michigan

47 41 8 7

Kevin Fox James Burke JP Burnside Mike Sutton Mike Aronow

4/30/2016 3/29/2015 3/29/2015 4/19/2015 4/30/2016

Michigan Ohio State Ohio State Rutgers Michigan

4/3/2016 4/4/2015 4/11/2015 4/25/2015 4/17/2016 4/30/2016

Ohio State Maryland Johns Hopkins Michigan Johns Hopkins Michigan

.485 .471 .364 .350

Will Schreiner Connor Darcey Connor Darcey Connor Darcey Will Schreiner Will Schreiner

5 Games 5 Games 5 Games 5 Games 5 Games 5 Games

Nick Aponte (15-4) Grant Ament (5-12) Mike Sutton (12-1) TJ Sanders (8-5) Pat Manley (7-4) Nick Aponte (5-6)

2016 2016 2015 2015 2015 2015

5 Games 5 Games 5 Games 5 Games 4 Games 5 Games

Billy Lombardi Drake Kreinz Mike Sutton Nick Aponte Christopher Sabia Connor Darcey

2016 2015 2015 2015 2016 2015

5 Games 5 Games 5 Games 5 Games 5 Games 5 Games

Billy Lombardi Drake Kreinz Billy Lombardi Drake Kreinz

2016 2015 2015 2016

5 Games 5 Games 3 Games 2 Games

Billy Lombardi (47-97) Drake Kreinz (41-87) Billy Lombardi (8-22) Drake Kreinz (2-7)

2016 2015 2015 2016

5 Games 5 Games 3 Games 2 Games

2015 2015 2016 2016 2016

4 Games 5 Games 5 Games 5 Games 5 Games

2015 2016

5 Games 5 Games

CAUSED TURNOVERS 5 4 3

SAVES 15 14 13 12

2016 2015 2015 2015 2016 2016

FACEOFF PERCENTAGE

CAUSED TURNOVER 3 2

Grant Ament Nick Aponte TJ Sanders Pat Manley Dan Craig Nick Aponte

FACEOFF WINS

FACEOFF PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 5 ATTEMPTS) .578 .520 .500 .444

5 Games 5 Games 5 Games 4 Games 5 Games 5 Games

GROUND BALLS

FACEOFF WINS 18 15 13 11 8

2016 2015 2015 2015 2016 2016

POINTS

GROUND BALLS 7 5 4

Nick Aponte Mike Sutton TJ Sanders Pat Manley TJ Sanders Mike Sutton

ASSISTS

POINTS 5 4

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

James Burke JP Burnside Mike Aronow Kevin Fox Nick Aponte

SAVES 59 52

Connor Darcey Will Schreiner

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE BIG TEN TOURNAMENT RECORDS ALL-TIME IN THE BIG TEN TOURNAMENT Overall: 0-2 (.000) - Away: 0-0 (.000) - Neutral 0-2 (.000)

SHOTS

Most shots in a game, individual 9 Matt Florence vs. JHU 4/30/2015

BY ROUND Semifinals Championship Totals

RECORD PCT. 0-2 .000 RECORD PCT. 0-0 .000 0-2 .000

Most shots in a game, team 15 vs. Maryland

BY SEED As a No. 4 Seed Totals BY VENUE

FACEOFF ATTEMPTS

Most faceoff attempts in a game, individual 25 Drake Kreinz vs. JHU 4/30/2015

5/5/2016

Most faceoff attempts in a game, team 29 vs. Maryland 5/5/2016

Most shots in a tournament, individual 9 Matt Florence (1 game) 2015

Most faceoff wns in a tournament, individual 25 Drake Kreinz (1 game) 2015

RECORD PCT. 0-2 .000 0-2 .000

Most shots in a tournament, team 15 1 game

Most faceoff wins in a tournament, team 29 1 game 2016

RECORD

GROUND BALLS

PCT.

Byrd Stadium

0-1 .000

Homewood Field Totals

0-1 .000 0-2 .000

Maryland Totals

0-1 .000 0-2 .000

2016

Most ground balls in a game, individual 6 Drake Kreinz vs. JHU 4/30/2015 James Burke vs. UMD 5/5/2016

Most ground balls in a game, team BY OPPONENT RECORD PCT. 24 vs. Johns Hopkins 4/30/2015 Johns Hopkins 0-1 .000

POINTS

Most points in a game, individual 4 Matt Florence vs. JHU 4/30/2015 Nick Aponte vs. UMD 5/5/2016 Most points in a game, team 15 vs. Maryland

5/5/2016

Most points in a tournament, individual 4 Matt Florence (1 game) 2015 Nick Aponte (1 game) 2016 Most points in a tournament, team 15 1 game

2016

GOALS

Most goals in a game, individual 4 Nick Aponte vs. Maryland 5/5/2016 Most goals in a game, team 9 Twice, last vs. Maryland

5/5/2016

Most goals in a tournament, individual 4 Nick Aponte (1 game) 2016 Most goals in a tournament, team 9 Twice, 1 game last 2016

ASSISTS

Most assists in a game, individual 2 3x, (last TJ Sanders, Dan Craig) 5/5/2016 Most assists in a game, team 6 vs. Maryland

5/5/2016

Most assists in a tournament, individual 2 Matt Florence 2016 TJ Sanders, Dan Craig (1 game) Most assists in a tournament, team 6 1 game 2016

Most ground balls in tournament, individual 6 Drake Kreinz (1 game) 2015 James Burke (1 game) 2016 Most ground balls in tournament, team 24 1 game 2015

CAUSED TURNOVERS

Most caused turnovers in a game, individual 2 Mike Aronow vs. JHU 4/30/2015 Christopher Sabia vs. UMD 5/5/2016 James Burke vs. UMD 5/5/2016 Most caused turnovers in a game, team 8 vs. Johns Hopkins 4/30/2015 Most caused turnovers in a tournament, individual 2 Mike Aronow (1 game) 2015 Christopher Sabia (1 game) 2016 James Burke (1 game) 2016

Most goals allowed in a game, individual 16 Will Schreiner vs. Maryland 5/5/2016 Most goals allowed in a game, team 16 vs. Maryland 5/5/2016 Most goals allowed in a tournament, individual 16 Will Schreiner (1 game) 2016 Most goals allowed in a tournament, team 16 1 game 2016 Fewest goals allowed in a game, individual *minimum 60 minutes 14 Connor Darcey vs. JHU 4/30/2015 Fewest goals allowed in a game, team 14 vs. Johns Hopkins 4/30/2015 Fewest goals allowed in a tournament, individual 14 Connor Darcey (1 game) 2015 Fewest goals allowed in a tournament, team 14 1 game 2015

EXTRA-MAN GOALS

Most caused turnovers in a tournament, team 8 1 game 2015

Most extra-man goals in a game, individual 1 Matt Florence, Matt Sexton, 4/30/2015 Brian Prestreau, vs. JHU Kevin Hill, Mike Sutton 5/5/2016 vs. UMD

SAVES

Most extra-man goals in a game, team 3 vs. Johns Hopkins 4/30/2015

Most saves in a game, individual 16 Connor Darcey vs. JHU 4/30/2015 Most saves in a game, team 14 vs. Johns Hopkins

4/30/2015

Most saves in a tournament, individual 14 Connor Darcey (1 game) 2015 Most saves in a tournament, team 14 1 game

2015

FACEOFF WINS

Most faceoff wins in a game, individual 16 Billy Lombardi 5/5/2016 Most faceoff wins in a game, team 17 vs. Maryland 5/5/2016 Most faceoff wns in a tournament, individual 16 Billy Lombardi (1 game) 2016 Most faceoff wins in a tournament, team 17 1 game 2016

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GOALS ALLOWED

Most extra-man goals in a tournament, individual 1 Five players, 1 game 2015, 2016 Most extra-man goals in a tournament, team 3 1 game 2015

EXTRA-MAN OPPORTUNITIES

Most EMO opportunities in a game, team 4 vs. Johns Hopkins 4/30/2015 vs. Maryland 5/5/2016 Most EMO opportunities in a tournament, team 4 1 game 2015 1 game 2016 Best EMO percentage in a tournament, team 3-4 (.750) 2015


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS ALL-TIME IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT Overall: 0-3 (.000) • Home 0-1 (.000) • Away 0-2 (.000) 2003 at Towson L 6-11 Nate Whitaker (2-0-2), Will Jones (2-0-2), John Eremis (2-0-2) 2005 at Maryland L 10-14 Patrick Heim (3-1-4), Max Van Arsdale (2-0-2), Nate Whitaker (1-1-2) 2013 vs. Yale L TJ Sanders (2-0-2), four players (1-0-1)

7-10

SHOTS

Most shots in a game, individual 9 TJ Sanders vs. Yale 5/11/2013 7 6

Shane Sturgis vs. Yale Jack Foster vs. Yale

5/11/2013 5/11/2013

Most shots in a game, team 36 vs. Maryland vs. Yale

5/14/2005 5/11/2013

Most shots in a tournament, individual 9 TJ Sanders (1 game) 2013 7 6

Shane Sturgis (1 game) Jack Foster (1 game)

2013 2013

Most shots in a tournament, team 36 1 game 1 game

POINTS

GROUND BALLS

Points in a game, individual 4 2

Patrick Heim vs. Maryland Eight players (last TJ Sanders vs. Yale)

5/14/2005 5/11/2013

16 vs. Maryland

5/14/2005

Patrick Heim (1 game) 2005 Eight players (1 game) 2003, 2005, 2013

16 1 game

2005

Goals in a game, individual 5/14/2005 5/10/2003 5/10/2003 5/10/2003 5/11/2013

Goals in a game, team 10 vs. Maryland

2005 5/14/2005 5/10/2003 5/10/2003 5/10/2003 5/11/2013

10 1 game

2005

Matt Radecic vs. Maryland vs. Maryland

5/14/2005 5/14/2005

Brian Boyle (1 game) Matt Radecic (1 game)

5/14/2005

1 game

35 1 game

2003

2005 2005

Most faceoff attempts in a game, individual 27 Greg Gurenlian vs. Maryland 27 vs. Maryland 27 Greg Gurenlian (1 game) 27 1 game

2005

GOALS ALLOWED

Most goals allowed in a game, individual 14 Chris Courteau vs. Maryland

5/14/2005

Most goals allowed in a game, team 14 vs. Maryland

5/14/2005

Most goals allowed in a tournament, individual 14 Chris Courteau (1 game)

2005

Most goals allowed in a tournament, team 14 1 game

2005

Fewest goals allowed in a game, individual *minimum 60 minutes 10 Austin Kaut vs. Yale

5/11/2013

Fewest goals allowed in a game, team 10 vs. Yale

5/11/2013

Fewest goals allowed in a tournament, individual 10 Austin Kaut (1 game)

2013

Fewest goals allowed in a tournament, team

EXTRA-MAN GOALS

5/11/2013 5/11/2013

Most caused turnovers in a game, team 5/11/2013

Most caused turnovers in a tournament, individual 3

2005

Most faceoff wins in a tournament, team

3

12 vs. Yale

5/14/2005

Most faceoff wns in a tournament, individual

10 1 game

Tyler Travis vs. Yale Jack Donnelly vs. Yale

5/14/2005

Most faceoff attempts in a game, team

Most caused turnovers in a game, individual

Tyler Travis (1 game) Jack Donnelly (1 game)

2013 2013

12 1 game

2013

2013

Most extra-man goals in a game, individual 1

Four times (most recent 5/11/2013 Shane Sturgis, Gavin Ahem vs. Yale)

Most extra-man goals in a game, team 2

vs. Yale

5/11/2013

Most extra-man goals in a tournament, individual 1

Four players, 1 game

2003, 2005, 2013

Most extra-man goals in a tournament, team

SAVES

2

Most saves in a game, individual 16 Chris Garrity vs. Towson 16 vs. Towson

5/10/2003

1 game

2013

EXTRA-MAN OPPORTUNITIES

Most EMO opportunities in a game, team 5/10/2003

16 1 game

4

vs. Towson vs. Maryland

5/10/2003 5/14/2005

2003

Most EMO opportunities in a tournament, team

2003

4

Most saves in a tournament, team

1 game 1 game

2003 2005

Best EMO percentage in a tournament, team 1-4 (.250)

2003, 2005

Most faceoff wins in a game, individual 14 Greg Gurenlian vs. Maryland

5/14/2005

Most faceoff wins in a game, team 14 vs. Maryland

5/14/2005

Most faceoff wns in a tournament, individual

Assists in a tournament, team 6

2005 2013

FACEOFF WINS

Assists in a tournament, individual 2

Greg Gurenlian (1 game) Danny Hennghan (1 game)

16 Chris Garrity (1 game)

Assists in a game, team 6

7

Most saves in a tournament, individual

ASSISTS

5/10/2003

Most saves in a game, team

Goals in a tournament, team

Assists in a game, individual 2 Brian Boyle vs. Maryland

35 vs. Towson

Most caused turnovers in a tournament, team

Goals in a tournament, individual Patrick Heim vs. Maryland Nate Whitaker vs. Towson Will Jones vs. Towson John Eremus vs. Towson TJ Sanders vs. Yale

5/14/2005 5/11/2013

CAUSED TURNOVERS

GOALS

3 2

Greg Gurenlian vs. Maryland Danny Hennghan vs. Yale

Most ground balls in tournament, team

Points in a tournament, team

Patrick Heim vs. Maryland Nate Whitaker vs. Towson Will Jones vs. Towson John Eremus vs. Towson TJ Sanders vs. Yale

7

Most ground balls in tournament, individual

Points in a tournament, individual

3 2

Most ground balls in a game, individual

Most ground balls in a game, team

Points in a game, team

4 2

2005 2013

FACEOFF ATTEMPTS

2005

14 Greg Gurenlian (1 game)

2005

Most faceoff wins in a tournament, team 14 1 game

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Andy Shaner Hap Frank Andy Shaner Bill Wendell John Belfield Bill Wendell George Koth George Koth Joe Andrukitis Alex Cowan George Ritter George Ritter Bart Buser Al Blair Bill Ziegenfus Jim Gotwals Jim Gotwals John Briner Tom Mitchell John Nolan John Nolan John Henry Al Fulton Bill Hess Rich Mauti Joe Guterding Joe Guterding Chris Dent Rob Bateman Austin Kaut Austin Kaut Austin Kaut

1993 1997 2001 2003 2008 2012 2013 2014 2016

Chris Marcus Greg Jackson Matt Vallone Matt Zappia Andrew Mackrides Matthew Mackrides Nick Dolik Austin Kaut TJ Sanders

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 Goal Goal Goal

USILA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICANS

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) Gary Martin (1984)

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 3rd 1st 3rd

USILA HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS 1923 1924 1926 1929 1930 1931 1932 1937 1938 1939 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1953 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960

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 Bill Hess Burt Houseworth John Behne Dave Erwin Dick Swanson Dave Erwin

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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 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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 Austin Kaut Matthew Mackrides Jack Forster Tom LaCrosse Shane Sturgis TJ Sanders Nick Aponte

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 Goal Attack Attack Midfield Attack Attack Attack


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE ALL-TIME CONFERENCE HONORS & AWARDS ALL-BIG TEN

CAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Fist Team Nick Aponte

2016

Austin Kaut

2011

2013

TJ Sanders

ALL-CAA

2015

Mike Sutton

2016

Grant Ament

First Team

2016

Mike Aronow

2010

Charley Henneghan

Matthew Mackrides

BIG TEN OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK TJ Sanders

3/29/16

Ryan Keenan

5/3/16

Nick Aponte

BIG TEN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK 4/20/15 2/9/15

Austin Kaut Nick Dolik

TJ Sanders

3/2/15

Matt Bernier

2012

Honorable Mention 2015

CAA ALL-TOURNAMENT

2011

2011

2013

Austin Kaut

Jack Donnelly Steven Bogert

Danny Henneghan

Shane Sturgis

ECAC COACH OF THE YEAR 2005

Glenn Thiel

Matthew Mackrides

2012

ECAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Austin Kaut

Matthew Mackrides

2002

Will Jones

Ryan McGarvey

2006

Drew Adams

2013

Steven Bogert

ECAC GOALIE OF THE YEAR

Jack Forster

Mike Sutton

Danny Henneghan

2006

Drew Adams

Connor Darcey

Austin Kaut

2007

Drew Adams

Tom LaCrosse

2008

Tyler Travis

BIG TEN SPECIALIST OF THE WEEK 2/23/16

Will Schreiner

2014

3/15/16

Will Schreiner

4/5/16

Will Schreiner

Second Team

Austin Kaut Shane Sturgis

Drew Adams

ALL-ECAC TEAM First Team 2001

Mike Herscha

2002

Will Driscoll

2010

Chris Hogan

2003

Matt Zappia

BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK

Matt Bernier

2004

Matt O’Malley

2/10/16

Grant Ament

Nate Whitaker

3/15/16

Grant Ament

2011

4/26/16

Grant Ament

Nick Dolik

5/3/16

Grant Ament

Danny Henneghan

BIG TEN ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2015

Connor Darcey

2015

Matt Florence

BIG TEN MEDAL OF HONOR 1992

Gregory B. Guarton

CAA COACH OF THE YEAR 2011

Jeff Tambroni

2013

Jeff Tambroni

CAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2013

Austin Kaut

CAA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2013

Austin Kaut

2014

Austin Kaut

Nick Dolik Matt Bernier

2005

Pat Heim Jesse Tarr

2006

Drew Adams

2012

Jack Forster

2013

TJ Sanders

Dan Saltsman

2014

Tyler Travis

Nate Whitaker

James Burke

Rookie Team 2010

Nick Dolik

Pat Heim

2007

Drew Adams

Pat Heim

Dan Saltsman

Billy Gribbin

2008

Drew Adams

2011

Steven Bogert

2009

Drew Adams

Shane Sturgis

Chris Hogan

2012

Jack Donnelly

Michael Richards

2013

James Burke

TJ Sanders

2014

Second Team 2000

Drake Kreinz

Mike Sutton

Chris Garrity Mike Herscha Eric Wood

2001

Will Driscoll Kevin Haggerty

2002

Rob Bateman

Sean Droogan

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE ALL-TIME CONFERENCE HONORS & AWARDS

Matt Zappia

Scott Jacobs, Jordan Kolb,

Rob Bateman

Andrew Mackrides, Matthew Mulqueen,

Marshall Feldman

Gilbert Pearsall, Matthew Radecic,

Chris Garrity

Mike Toner

2003

Luke Ogelsby

2008

Nate Whitaker

Scott Jacobs, Kevin Joyce,

2005

Nate Whitaker

Jordan Kolb, Mike Toner

2006

Brian Boyle

2009

John Andress, Greg Boyle, Joe Britt,

John Andress, John Brelus,

Greg Gurenlian

Joe Britt, Greg Brown, Will Donley,

2007

Brian Boyle

Alex Garrity, Scott Jacobs, Kevin Joyce,

2008

Andrew Mackrides

Jordan Kolb,Will Lloyd, Matt Loy,

Matt Shankoff, Mike Toner,

Colton Vosburgh, Matt Warner

ERNEST B. McCOY AWARD 1992

Gregory B. Guarton

ECAC ALL-ACADEMIC 2001

Ted Holmes, Mike Kern, Matt Vallone, Carson Yoder, Matt Zappia

2002

Brian Mabry, Matt Zappia

2003

R.J. Charles, Brendan De Bow,

B.J. Donovan, Brian Mabry, Edmond Perry,

David Smith, Matt Zappia

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN 2001

Ted Holmes, Mike Kern, Matt Vollone, Eric Wood, Carson Yoder

2002

Ronald Charles, B.J. Donovan,

David Houle, Brian Mabry, David Smith,

Michael Stoltz, Matt Zappia

2003

Michael Bailey, Rob Bateman,

R.J. Charles, Brendan De Bow,

B.J. Donovan, Will Farrell, David Houle,

Michael Jacober, Brian Mabry, David Smith,

Michael Stoltz, Matt Zappia

2004

Rob Bateman, B.J. Donovan,

Sean Etter, Derek Howells, Michael Jacober,

Elliott Jones, Brian Mabry, Michael Stoltz

2005

Brian Boyle, Sean Etter, John Farcosky, Matthew Flannery,

Derek Howells, Michael Jacober,

Elliott Jones, Matthew Mulqueen,

Gilbert Pearsall, Matthew Radecic,

Andrew Ward 2006

Keith Benjamin, Brian Boyle,

Ryan Curtin, John Farcosky,

Matthew Mulqueen, Gilbert Pearsall,

Matthew Radecic, Brett Scott

2007

Brian Boyle, Greg Boyle, Alexander Cocoziello, John Farcosky,

2010

Dave Baker, John Brelus, Joe Britt, Greg Brown, Will Donley,

Alex Garrity, Kevin Joyce,

Conrad Ridgway, Ricky Robinson,

Matt Shankoff, Colton Vosburgh

2011

Dave Baker, John Brelus,

Greg Brown, Eric Davidheiser, Nick Dolik,

Will Donley, Alex Garrity, Billy Gribbin,

Ryan Link, William Lloyd, Matthew Mackrides,

John Nichols, Drew Roper, Matt Shankoff,

Kyle VanThof, Colton Vosburgh

2012

Steve Aitken, Dave Baker,

Eric Davidheiser, Nick Dolik, Tim Golder,

Danny Henneghan, Austin Kaut, Ryan Link

Matthew Mackrides, Ryan Mullen,

Drew Roper, Ryne Sternberg

2013

Steve Aitken, J.P. Burnside, Travis Crane, John Cugini, Nick Dolik,

Tim Golder, Danny Henneghan, Austin Kaut,

Pat Manley, Drew Roper, David Spadacene

Ryne Sternberg, Kyle VanThof

2014

Steve Aitken, Kessler Brown,

J.P. Burnside, Jack Donnelly, Austin Kaut,

Drake Kreinz, Pat Manley, Ryan Mullen,

Michael Richards, TJ Sanders,

Ryne Sternberg, Kyle VanThof, Kyle Zittel Nick Aponte, J.P. Burnside,

2015

Dan Craig, Jack Donnelly, Drake Kreinz, Ryan Mullen, Tommy O'Neill, TJ Sanders, Mike Sutton, Peter Triolo, Kyle Zittel 2016

Nick Aponte, Tyler Butler,

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE NORTH-SOUTH ALL-STAR HONORS NORTH-SOUTH ALL-STARS 1940

Bart Buser

George Ritter

1941 1942

1991

Jim Laverty

Midfield

Attack

1993

Chris Marcus

Midfield

Midfield

1994

Alex Schoonmaker

Defense

Al Blair

Midfield

Glenn Thiel

Coach

Tom Gotwals

Defense

1995

Mike Buzsa

Midfield

Bill Ziegenfus

Defense

1996

Dave O’Donnell

Midfield

1943

Bill Briner

Defense

Midfield

1946

Bill Hollenbach

1947

Bill Hollenbach

John Nolan

Art Tenhula

1949

John Finley

Dean Kissell

Roger Nestor

1950 1951

Rob Warren

Goal

1997

Greg Jackson

John Nolan

Midfield

1999

John Chescavage (MVP)

Art Tenhula

Defense

Andrew Germain

Defense

Goal

Hamilton Pollard

Defense

Midfield

2001

Randy Kleinman

Midfield

Defense

Matt Vallone

Midfield

2002

Will Driscoll

Defense

2003

Luke Ogelsby

Midfield

2004

Brian Mabry

Midfield

Bob Louis

Midfield

Matt O’Malley

Defense

John Wilcox

Midfield

2005

Jesse Tarr

Defense

1952

John Henry

Defense

Marc Young

Midfield

1953

Wayne Hockersmith

Midfield

2007

Pat Heim

Midfield

1954

Al Fulton

Midfield

Matt Mulqueen

Defense

1956

Bob Bullock

Defense

Dan Saltsman

Defense

Bob Hamel

Midfield

Gil Pearsall

Midfield

1958

Fred Donahue

Midfield

2008

Andrew Mackrides

Midfield

1959

John Behne

Tommy Zichelli

Defense

1961

Dave Erwin

Defense

2009

Drew Adams

1962

Andrew Lockhart

Defense

Rob Forster

1965

Dave Thiel

Midfield

John Stuckey

Defense

Chad Moore

Defense

2011

Matt Bernier

Defense

1966

Glenn Thiel

Midfield

2013

Travis Crane

Midfield

Greg Wacker

Midfield

Jack Forster

Attack

1969

Jim McGuone

2014

Tom LaCrosse

Midfield

1970

Stu Schooley

Shane Sturgis

Attack

1971

Don Stone

Goal

2015

J.P. Burnside

Defense

1976

Rich Caravella

Goal

2016

Tommy O'Neill

Midfield

1977

Rich Mauti

Midfield

1979

Ed Recco

Midfield

1982

Joe Guterding

Bill Turri

1984

Tom Lion

Attack

Gary Martin

Attack

1985

Bill Schoonmaker

Midfield

1987

Bob Quinn

Midfield

1988

Chris Dent

Midfield

Chip Robertson

1989

Tim Conway

John Hollerbach

Attack

Goal Defense

Attack Attack

Goal Attack Attack

Goal Attack

Goal Midfield

Goal Midfield Attack

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE PENN STATE IN THE PROS & NATIONAL TEAMS NITTANY LIONS PLAYING PROFESSIONALLY

NITTANY LIONS ON

Drew Adams ('09) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New York (MLL) Rob Bateman ('03) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Long Island (MLL) Matt Bernier ('11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Denver (MLL) New York (MLL) Art Berry ('88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pittsburgh (MILL) Mike Busza (‘95) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philadelphia (NLL) Boston (MLL) Tim Conway ('89) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pittsburgh (MILL) Will Cutler ('05) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baltimore (MLL) Dave Daniecki ('97) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baltimore (MLL) Chris Dent ('88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philadelphia (MILL) Will Driscoll ('02) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rochester (MLL) Jack Forster ('13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chesapeake (MLL) Chris Garrity ('03) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boston (MLL) Chesapeake (MLL) Greg Gurenlian ('06) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New York (MLL) Rochester (MLL) Pat Heim ('07) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boston (MLL) Philadelphia (NLL) Austin Kaut ('14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boston (MLL) Florida (MLL) Kevin Keenan ('99) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philadelphia (MLL) Dave King ('87) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baltimore (MILL) Randy Kleinman ('01) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philadelphia (NLL) Anaheim (NLL) Tom LaCrosse ('14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rochester (MLL) Jim Laverty ('91) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boston (MILL) Tom Lion ('84) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Washington (MILL) Matthew Mackrides ('12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chesapeake (MLL) Gary Martin ('84) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philadelphia (MILL) J.J. Pearl ('92) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pittsburgh (MILL) Baltimore (MILL) Hamilton Pollard ('99) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baltimore (MLL) Los Angelas (MLL) Chris Schiller ('99) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philadelphia (NLL) Rochester (NLL) Rochester (MLL) Charlotte (MLL) Shane Sturgis ('14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New York (MLL) Jesse Tarr ('05) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philadelphia (MLL) Matt Vallone ('01) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Los Angelas (MLL) Marc Young ('05) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philadelphia (MLL) Tommy Zichelli ('08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Washington (MLL) Michael Richards ('15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Denver (MLL)

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NATIONAL TEAMS ENGLISH NATIONAL TEAM Matt Sexton

2014 U.S. WORLD TEAM 1990*

Tim Laverty, Tom Lion

2006

Chris Garrity

2010

Chris Schiller

2014

Drew Adams, Greg Gurenlian

* Alternates U.S. U19 WORLD TEAM 1992

Mike Busza

1996

Chris Lamy

2008

Matthew Mackrides

2012

Matt Florence

2016

Gerard Arceri, Mac O'Keefe

Tommy Wright

U.S. NATIONAL TEAM — PLAYING 2011-present

Drew Adams

2012-present

Greg Gurenlian

U.S. NATIONAL INDOOR TEAM — PLAYING 2011 2011-15

J.J. Pearl Chris Schiller

U.S. NATIONAL TEAM — COACHING 2012-present

Jeff Tambroni*

IROQUOIS NATIONALS — COACHING 2013-14

Chris Doctor*

* Assistant coach Bold denotes current player/coach


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE TEAM AWARDS PITTENGER AWARD

1989: John Hollerbach

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

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 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

1991: Jim Laverty

THE THIEL FAMILY NITTANY LION AWARD From 1981-2010, presented to the most improved player in memory of Glenn N. “Nick” Thiel, Penn State coach from 1935-56.

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

1981: Joe Guterding 1982: Gary Martin

1996: Rob Warren

1983: Steve Schwin

1997: Greg Jackson

1984: Greg Portmann

1998: Chris Killoren

1985: Sean McGinley

1999: Chris Schiller 2000: Don Mayerhofer 2001: Matt Vallone 2002: Will Driscoll, Sean Droogan 2003: Chris Garrity

1986: Dave O’Connor 1987: Chip Robertson 1988: Frank Beddings 1989: Rob Strasberg 1990: Scott Bailer

2004: Brian Mabry

1991: Chris Marcus

2005: Marc Young 2006: Greg Gurenlian 2007: Pat Heim 2008: Andrew Mackrides 2009: Drew Adams 2010: Charley Henneghan Beginning in 2011, presented to a member of the senior class who led selflessly, while inspiring his classmates and teammates through his actions.

1992: Ken Wille 1993: Jay Graham 1994: Tolleison Morriss 1995: Andy Leedom 1996: Andrew Germain 1997: Dave Washo 1998: Eric Wood 1999: Michael Kern 2000: Carson Yoder 2001: John Goldschmidt

2011: John Nichols

2002: Brian Mabry

2012: Ryan Link

2003: Matt O’Malley

2013: Jack Forster

2004: Keith Benjamin

2014: Shane Sturgis

2005: Devin Kennedy

2015: Taylor Stothoff 2016: Tommy O'Neill

HARD HAT AWARD Presented to the member of the team whose persistence, work ethic and courage set a “Blue Collar” standard for the program. 2011: Matthew Mackrides 2012: Ryan McGarvey 2013: Tom LaCrosse 2014: Drake Kreinz

2006: Bubba Scott 2007: Devin Kennedy 2008: Mike Toner 2009: Colton Vosburgh 2010: Dave Baker 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.” 2011: Matt Bernier

2015: Drake Kreinz

2012: Matthew Mackrides

2016: James Burke

2013: Travis Crane

1984: Tom Lion

2014: Gavin Ahern

1985: Bill Schoonmaker

2015: Kyle Zittel

1986: Tod Henjes

2016: James Chakey

1987: Marty Coyle 1988: Jeff Connor

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE TEAM AWARDS FRIENDS OF PENN STATE GPA AWARD

LACROSSE AWARD

1984: John Coyle

Presented to the person or persons who have gone above and beyond in supporting the program and/or its current members.

1985: Tod Henjes 1986: Tod Henjes

2011: Tyler Schmitt (manager)

1988: Chip Robertson

2012: Jim Weaver (academic advisor) 2013: Vin Tedesco ‘64 2014: Michael Raiser ‘62 2015: Gavin Royer 2016: Lisa O'Neill

CITIZENSHIP AWARD Presented to a member of the team who best combines the qualities of character, classroom and community service.

1987: Marty Coyle 1989: Paul Gilhool 1991: Paul McKelvey 1992: Alex Schoonmaker 1993: Craig Driver 1994: Alex Schoonmaker 1995: Dave Daniecki

1999: Hamilton Pollard

2013: Drew Roper

2000: Mike Herscha

2014: Tim Golder

2001: Mike Herscha

2015: Kyle Zittel

2002: Matt Zappia

2016: James Chakey

2003: Matt Zappia

2015: Bryan Gerrato 2016: Ryan Guittare

From 1969-2010, presented to the best defensive player in memory of Andrew Lockhart, 1962 All-American defenseman. 1969: Jerry Curtin 1970: Stu Schooley 1971: Don Stone 1972: Jeff Crowley 1973: Jim Clouser 1974: Joe Carlozo 1975-9: Not Awarded 1980: John Farrell 1981: Joe Guterding 1982: Ken Panzer, Mark Goulding 1983: John Coyle

2003: Brian Mabry

2006: Scott Jacobs 2007: Scott Jacobs 2008: Will Donley

FRIENDS OF PENN STATE TOP SCORER AWARD

2005: Jesse Tarr

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

2006: Dan Saltsman 2007: Dan Saltsman

1995: Erik Merkel, 46

2008: Drew Adams

1996: Greg Jackson, 23

2009: Matt Bernier

1997: John Chescavage, 28

2010: Matt Bernier

1998: John Chescavage, 29

FRIENDS OF PENN STATE MVP AWARD Presented to the most valuable player by the Friends of Penn State Lacrosse.

1999: John Chescavage, 25 2000: Will Driscoll, 28 2001: Will Driscoll, 38 2002: Will Driscoll, 48 2003: Nate Whitaker, 24 2004: John Eremus, Nate Whitaker, 18

1996: Rob Warren

2005: Nate Whitaker, 31

1997: Kevin Keenan

2006: Nate Whitaker, 28

1998: Kevin Keenan

2007: Rob Forster, 18

1999: Kevin Keenan

2008: Rob Forster, Max VanArsdale, 17

2000: Michael Kern

2009: Chris Hogan, 29

2001: Matt Vallone

2010: Matthew Mackrides, 44

2002: Will Driscoll 2003: Chris Garrity 2004: Not Awarded 2005: Greg Gurenlian 2006: Drew Adams 2007: Drew Adams 2008: Drew Adams 2009: Drew Adams 2010: Matthew Mackrides

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2002: Brian Mabry

2010: Will Donley

1995: Mike Busza

LOCKHART MEMORIAL AWARD

2001: Ted Holmes

2009: Will Donley

2004: Matt O’Malley

2014: Brendan Nave

2000: Matt Vallone

2005: J.T. Farcosky

1997: Dave Daniecki

2012: Kyle VanThof

2013: Gavin Ahern

1999: Ted Holmes

2004: Brian Mabry

1996: Dave Daniecki 1998: Andrew Germain

Presented to a member of the team whose actions and words embody what being a great teammate is all about; having compassion for those around you and genuinely caring more about the team than personal needs.

1997: Dave King 1998: Carson Yoder

1990: J.J. Pearl

2011: Dave Baker

TOM HAYES NITTANY LION TEAMMATE AWARD

Presented to the player with the highest GPA for the current year by the Friends of Penn State Lacrosse.


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE COACHING HISTORY ALL-TIME COACHES

COACHING LEADERS

Years

Coach

Seasons

W L T Pct.

1913-15

Walter Farley

3

4

6

2

.417

1916-21

Doc Lewis

5

3

9

0

.250

1922-24

Robert Jardine

3

5

13

1

.289

1925-26

Ralph Leonard

2

5

8

0

.385

1927-32

Earnest Paul

6

18

19

2

.487

1933-34

Mike Loebs

2

4

7

0

.364

1935-56

Nick Thiel

22

87

109

0

.444

1957-61

Ernie Baer

5

21

34

1

.385

1963

Bill Hess

1

4

6

0

.400

1964

Herb Schmidt

1

3

7

0

.300

1962, 65-77

Dick Pencek

14

70

68

1978-2010

Glen Thiel

33

236

186

2011-pres.

Jeff Tambroni

6

48

40

13 coaches

103

508

512

2 .507 0

.559

0 .545 8

.494

Win Percentage Glenn Thiel .559 Jeff Tambroni

.545

Dick Pencek .507 Earnest Paul .487 Nick Thiel .444 Wins Glenn Thiel

236

Nick Thiel

87

Dick Pencek

70

Jeff Tambroni

48

Ernie Baer

21

Bold denotes current coach.

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year W-L-T Coach 1913 1-0-1 Walter Farley 1914 2-3 Walter Farley 1915 1-3-1 Walter Farley 1916 2-2 Doc Lewis 1917 0-2 Doc Lewis 1918 No season (influenza epidemic) 1919 0-1 Doc Lewis 1920 1-1 Doc Lewis 1921 0-3 Doc Lewis 1922 1-5 Robert Jardine 1923 3-4-1 Robert Jardine 1924 1-4 Robert Jardine 1925 1-5 Ralph Leonard 1926 4-3 Ralph Leonard 1927 4-3 Earnest Paul 1928 1-4-2 Earnest Paul 1929 3-3 Earnest Paul 1930 4-3 Earnest Paul 1931 4-2 Earnest Paul 1932 2-4 Earnest Paul 1933 0-5 Mike Loebs 1934 4-2 Mike Loebs 1935 4-2 Nick Thiel 1936 4-3 Nick Thiel 1937 5-4 Nick Thiel

Year W-L-T 1938 6-2 1939 4-5 1940 3-7 1941 3-6 1942 2-8 1943 2-6 1944 0-6 1945 1-5 1946 7-3 1947 6-5 1948 6-3 1949 5-4 1950 3-6 1951 6-3 1952 2-6 1953 1-7 1954 2-7 1955 7-5 1956 8-6 1957 6-7 1958 5-8 1959 5-4-1 1960 1-9 1961 4-6 1962 7-3

Coach Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Nick Thiel Ernie Baer Ernie Baer Ernie Baer Ernie Baer Ernie Baer Dick Pencek

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE COACHING HISTORY Year W-L-T Conf. Rec. 1963 4-6 1964 3-7 1965 4-5-1 1966 3-6 1967 4-6 1968 6-3-1 1969 4-6 1970 3-6 1971 4-6 1972 4-6 1973 5-6 1974 6-5 1975 9-2 1976 7-2 1977 4-6 1978 3-7 1979 2-9 1980 6-5 1981 9-2 1982 8-3 1983 4-7 1984 6-7 1985 3-10 1986 7-6 1987 10-5 1988 8-6 1989 10-5 1990 10-5 1991 9-4 1992 9-3 1993 6-5 1994 8-4 1995 11-2 1996 10-3 1997 8-4 1998 6-6 1999 8-4 2000 7-7 3-3 ECAC 2001 7-6 2-4 ECAC 2002 8-5 1-4 ECAC 2003 7-7 3-2 ECAC 2004 6-7 0-3 ECAC 2005 9-6 5-1 ECAC 2006 8-5 5-2 ECAC

Year W-L-T 2007 5-8 2008 7-7 2009 9-5 2010 2-11 2011 7-7 2012 9-6 2013 12-5 2014 7-6 2015 5-9 2016 8-7

Coach Postseason/USILA Bill Hess Herb Schmidt Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Dick Pencek Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel #16 Glenn Thiel #14 Glenn Thiel #16 Glenn Thiel #19 Glenn Thiel #17 Glenn Thiel #13 Glenn Thiel #18 Glenn Thiel #13 Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel #13 Glenn Thiel NCAA 1st Rd./#11 Glenn Thiel Glenn Thiel NCAA 1st Rd./#11 Glenn Thiel #16

Seasons 103 Record 508-512-8 CAA 19-9 ECAC 28-31 Big Ten 4-6 NCAA Appearances 3 Year-End Rankings 16

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Conf. Rec. Coach Postseason/USILA 3-4 ECAC Glenn Thiel 2-5 ECAC Glenn Thiel 4-3 ECAC Glenn Thiel #16 1-4 CAA Glenn Thiel 4-2 CAA Jeff Tambroni CAA Semis 5-1 CAA Jeff Tambroni CAA Semis /#16 6-0 CAA Jeff Tambroni NCAA 1st Rd./#13 3-2 CAA Jeff Tambroni 2-3 Big Ten Jeff Tambroni B1G Semifs 2-3 Big Ten Jeff Tambroni B1G Semis/#20


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1913: 1-0-1 Head Coach: Walter Farley 5/24 Pennsylvania Bronx Lacrosse Club

4-3 3-3

W T

1914: 2-3 Head Coach: Walter Farley Baltimore City College Pennsylvania Baltimore Polytechnic Hobart Carlisle Indian School

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

W L W L L

1915: 1-3-1 Head Coach: Walter Farley Lehigh Carlisle Indian School Pennsylvania Hobart Carlisle Indian School

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 1918: No team due to influenza epidemic. 1919: 0-1 Head Coach: Doc Lewis Captain: R. Lehman Navy

0-13

L

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

3-2 0-13

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

3-5 L 2-20 L 1-7 L

W L

1922: 1-5 Head Coach: Robert Jardine Captain: I. Brown 4/4 Oxford-Cambridge 4/28 at Maryland 4/29 at Navy Syracuse at Army Swarthmore 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

0-6 L 3-10 L 0-13 L 1-6 L 1-15 L 3-2 W

4-2 4-4 1-3 1-9 19-0 4-8 2-12 5-2

W T L L W L L W

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

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

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

1926: 4-3 Head Coach: Ralph Leonard Captain: B.M. Hackett 4/17 at Pennsylvania 4/24 Crescent AA 5/1 St. Stephen’s 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

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

W W L L W L 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 AC 5/26 at Army 6/9 Onondaga Indians

4-4 2-3 2-7 5-8 9-0 2-8 6-6

T L L L W L T

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

7-5 W 5-3 W 4-7 L 3-5 L 1-2 L 16-3 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

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

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

1-0 W 0-13 L 5-4 W 3-1 W 2-10 L 9-4 W

W L W L W L W

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1932: 2-4 Head Coach: Earnest Paul Captain: R. Carlson 4/23 St. John’s (Md.) 4/30 Western Maryland 5/6 at Colgate 5/7 at Syracuse 5/14 Maryland 5/21 at Army

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

L W W L L 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 3-4 3-16 3-19 4-11

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

W L W L W W

1935: 4-2* Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: R. Weber 4/13 Lehigh 4/27 at Maryland 5/4 Pennsylvania 5/11 at Cornell Army * Records incomplete 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

14-0 W 3-14 L 11-3 W 10-6 W 4-12 L

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 4/14 at Swarthmore 4/17 Colgate 4/24 Pennsylvania 5/1 Lehigh 5/8 at Army 5/15 Syracuse 5/22 at Cornell 5/29 at Maryland Ray Coskery 8, S.E. Cohn 8 1938: 6-2 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Selig Cohn 4/9 Army 4/16 Maryland 4/23 at Pennsylvania 5/7 Swarthmore 5/10 Cornell 5/13 at Colgate 5/14 at Syracuse 5/21 Lafayette Ray Coskery 6, Joe Andrukitis 5

2-10 L 4-11 L 7-4 W 7-6 W 13-5 W 13-6 W 5-4 W 12-1 W

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 Ray Coskery 15, George Ritter 13 1940: 3-7 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captains: Bart Buser, 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 Bart Buser 11, Jim Ritter 10

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1-11 L 4-3 W 7-4 W 6-4 W 9-1 W 2-5 L 7-9 L 9-4 W 0-15 L

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 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 1943: 2-6 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Jim Gotwals 4/10 Johns Hopkins 4/22 at Johns Hopkins 4/24 at Navy 5/1 at Maryland 5/8 Syracuse 5/15 at Army 6/17 at Navy 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

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

7-11 L 1-12 L 2-4 L 4-9 L 14-1 W 4-7 L 3-8 L

0-14 1-21 2-14 3-8 3-13 1-13

L L L L L L


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1945: 1-5 Head Coach: Nick Thiel 4/28 Navy 5/5 at Army 5/12 Swarthmore 5/19 at Navy 5/26 Cornell 6/9 at Cornell Cary Taylor 11, John Nolan 9

0-20 L 1-25 L 8-12 L 0-26 L 6-7 L 15-8 W

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 G.F. Sullivan 18, Taylor 16, John Nolan 15 1947: 6-5 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: George Locotos 4/7 at Duke 4/8 at Washington & Lee 4/19 Loyola 4/26 at Navy 5/3 Syracuse 5/7 at Sampson 5/10 Drexel 5/16 at Colgate 5/19 at Hobart 5/24 Swarthmore 5/31 Sampson Ernie Baer 11, Ken Kerwin 10

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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 John Nolan 16, Ernie Baer 11, Ed Belfield 10

1949: 5-4 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Roger Nestor 4/13 at Pennsylvania 9-3 W 4/16 at Western Maryland 14-5 W 4/18 at Washington & Lee 9-4 W 4/19 at Virginia 7-8 L 4/23 Loyola 4-6 L 4/30 Navy 7-19 L 5/7 Syracuse 7-12 L 5/13 at Hobart 13-12 W 5/14 at Colgate 14-2 W Buddy Thomas 16, Bob Lewis 16, Ed Belfield 14 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 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 John Wilcox 21, Paul Raffensberger 20 1952: 2-6 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Harold Woolfram 4/10 at Loyola 4/12 at Navy 4/24 Washington & Lee 4/26 at Pennsylvania 5/3 at Syracuse 5/10 Rutgers 5/17 Cornell 5/24 at Hobart Wayne Hockersmith 12

1953: 1-7 Head Coach: Nick Thiel Captain: Wayne Hockersmith 4/10 at Swarthmore 4/11 at Navy 4/18 at Hobart 4/25 Pennsylvania 5/2 Syracuse 5/9 at Rutgers 5/16 Cornell 5/23 Loyola Wayne Hockersmith 21-1

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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 Bob Hamel 21-10, Al Fulton 23-3, Dick Klein 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 Ron Youtz 14-18, Bob Hamel 20-6

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 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 Bill Hess 41-21, Bob Hamel 25-12, Lou Girard 16-12 1957: 6-7 Head Coach: Ernie Baer Captain: Lou Girard 4/10 Loyola 4/13 at Navy 4/18 at Hofstra 4/20 at Adelphi 4/23 at Maryland 4/27 at Colgate 5/4 Syracuse 5/11 at Swarthmore 5/14 at Rutgers 6/15 at Lehigh 6/18 at Cornell 6/24 Pennsylvania Bill Hess 49-20, Lou Girard 21, Tom Seeman 13

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1958: 5-8 Head Coach: Ernie Baer Captains: Bill Hess, 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 John Behne 19-5, Fred Donahoe 20

1959: 5-4-1 Head Coach: Ernie Baer Captains: John Behne, 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 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 4/6 at Navy 4/20 Cornell 4/30 Rutgers 5/6 at Hobart 5/7 at Syracuse 5/11 Lehigh 5/14 Swarthmore 5/18 at Maryland 5/21 Colgate Gordon Bennett 15-4

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 Tom Hayes 26-5, Steve Schrader 13-10, Dick Seelig 17-2

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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 John Meisel 6-42, Tom Hayes 27-10, Dick Seelig 22-1 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 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 John Meisel 15-13


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 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 Bill Huddles 6-25, Dave Thiel 21-4, Roger Doumar 11-9 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 Greg Wacker 21-15, Glenn Thiel 27-6, Bill Franson 11-20 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 Hank Kaezowka 14, Joe Gorman 12

1968: 6-3-1 Head Coach: Dick Pencek 4/3 at Bucknell 13-9 4/6 Franklin & Marshall 19-3 4/10 Maryland 5-9 4/13 at Loyola 9-5 4/20 at Syracuse 9-10 4/27 Rutgers 1-10 5/8 Lehigh 10-4 5/11 Cortland 9-9 5/18 at Delaware 18-3 5/25 at Hobart 11-9 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 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 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 Jim Trenz 42-28, Bob Cohen 14-6, Lance Silver 13-3

1972: 4-6 Head Coach: Dick Pencek 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 Jim Trenz 42-28, Rick Smedley 14-2, Bob Cohen 13-3 1973: 5-6 Head Coach: Dick Pencek Captains: Bob Cohen, Jim Clouser 3/31 Loyola 14-7 W 4/4 #17 Pennsylvania 7-13 L 4/7 Drexel 9-6 W 4/11 #20 Franklin & Marshall 5-10 L 4/14 Syracuse 13-16 (OT) L 4/25 #11 Cortland 5-20 L 4/28 #7 Rutgers 7-16 L 5/5 Lehigh 6-5 W 5/9 Bucknell 6-5 W 5/12 Lafayette 19-10 W 5/18 #13 Hobart 8-9 L Karl Hurtzig 15-28, Bob Cohen 17-8 1974: 6-5 Head Coach: Dick Pencek Captains: Joe Carloso, Ron Scheider 3/30 #2 Virginia 4-13 L 4/3 #11 Pennsylvania 6-12 L 4/6 at Drexel 9-6 W 4/13 at Syracuse 17-12 W 4/20 at Loyola 10-9 W 4/27 #8 Rutgers 7-21 L 5/3 Lehigh 19-11 W 5/8 Cortland 9-12 L 5/11 at Lafayette 21-5 W 5/13 at #19 Bucknell 10-8 W 5/16 at Hobart 7-21 L Keith McGuire 17-27, Thomas Alex 22-7, Karl Hurtzig 10-18

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1975: 9-2 Head Coach: Dick Pencek Captains: Buddy Tesner, Jay Levine 4/2 at #9 Pennsylvania 12-10 W 4/5 Drexel 15-6 W 4/9 at Franklin & Marshall 19-12 W 4/12 #19 Syracuse 15-7 W 4/19 at Cortland 8-16 L 4/26 #8 Rutgers 5-10 L 4/30 Loyola 23-5 W 5/3 at Lehigh 9-4 W 5/10 Lafayette 21-4 W 5/14 Bucknell 9-7 W 5/17 at #17 Delaware 12-9 W Larry Warshaw 25-10, Thomas Alex 31-4, Karl Hurtzig 10-24 1976: 7-2 Head Coach: Dick Pencek Captains: Rich Mauti, Karl Hurtzig, Rich Caravella 3/31 at Drexel 16-3 W 4/7 Franklin & Marshall 18-6 W 4/16 #3 North Carolina 14-20 L 4/21 at Lafayette 26-5 W 4/25 #13 Rutgers 9-8 (OT) W 4/28 at Loyola 17-12 W 4/30 Lehigh 21-7 W 5/7 #11 Pennsylvania 20-13 W 5/12 at Bucknell 5-6 L Keith McGuire 17-26, Rich Mauti 20-11, G. Alex 23-5, Paul Repp 13-14, Mike Mass 11-9 1977: 4-6 Head Coach: Dick Pencek Captains: Rich Mauti, Keith McGuire 4/3 Drexel 7-9 L 4/9 #4 North Carolina 14-18 L 4/12 Franklin & Marshall 14-10 W 4/20 #16 Delaware 10-17 L 4/22 #13 Rutgers 10-13 L 4/26 Loyola 13-10 W 4/30 Lehigh 19-6 W 5/7 #11 Pennsylvania 10-24 L 5/11 Bucknell 12-4 W 5/14 #5 Washington & Lee 14-22 L Keith McGuire 8-31, Paul Repp 21-14

1978: 3-7 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Jon Poole 3/31 at Drexel 12-8 W 4/2 Syracuse 8-16 L 4/12 Franklin & Marshall 13-11 W 4/14 #10 North Carolina 7-13 L 4/19 Delaware 12-18 L 4/22 #8 Rutgers 6-20 L 4/26 at Loyola 15-12 W 4/29 at #14 Hofstra 7-14 L 5/10 at Bucknell 14-16 L 5/13 at #5 Army 6-19 L Mike Mass 29-19-48, Billy Curran 13-14-27, Ed Recco 12-5-17 1979: 2-9 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Ed Recco, Rich Keegan, Bryan Greaney 3/30 at #6 Syracuse 9-18 L 4/7 at Ohio State 14-11 W 4/11 at Franklin & Marshall 7-8 L 4/14 Drexel 11-10 W 4/18 at #15 Delaware 16-20 L 4/21 at #8 Rutgers 3-10 L 4/28 Hofstra 10-18 L 5/2 Loyola 14-15 L 5/5 at #2 Maryland 6-21 L 5/9 Bucknell 10-18 L 5/12 #7 Army 7-17 L Ed Recco 26-15-41, Billy Curran 14-15-29, Bill Turri 14-6-20 1980: 6-5 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Tim Bacon, Dave Eicher, John Spillane 3/22 at Lehigh 17-11 W 3/29 #7 Syracuse 8-15 L 4/5 Ohio State 17-3 W 4/9 Franklin & Marshall 16-11 W 4/16 at Drexel 14-8 W 4/19 #12 Rutgers 6-7 L 4/26 at #15 Hofstra 9-20 L 4/30 at Loyola 18-16 W 5/3 #9 Maryland 6-21 L 5/7 at Bucknell 15-14 (OT) W 5/10 at #6 Army 4-16 L Billy Curran 20-15-35, Mark Gelsomini 13-14 27, Tim Flanagan 15-19-34, Bill Turri 16-4-20

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1981: 9-2 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Eph Humphreys, John Farrell 3/21 Lehigh 21-9 W 3/27 at Syracuse 4-19 L 4/4 at Ohio State 15-5 W 4/8 at Towson 14-6 W 4/11 Drexel 16-5 W 4/18 at #7 Rutgers 12-11 W 4/25 #15 Hofstra 10-5 W 4/29 Loyola 18-12 W 5/2 at Montclair State 22-10 W 5/6 Bucknell 15-6 W 5/9 #3 Army 5-11 L Gary Martin 16-40-56, Tom Lion 20-8-28, Jay Starapoli 27-0-27 1982: 8-3 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Ken Panzer, Bill Turri, Joe Guterding 3/20 at Lehigh 23-6 3/27 #10 Syracuse 4-12 4/3 Ohio State 24-4 4/7 #15 Towson 14-11 4/10 at Hofstra 16-10 4/17 #12 Rutgers 3-11 4/21 at Drexel 19-12 4/28 at Loyola 18-17 5/1 Montclair State 20-6 5/5 at Bucknell 22-10 5/8 at #6 Army 14-20 Gary Martin 42-44-86; Bill Turri 21-5-26

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1983: 4-7 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Rob Cooke, John Schmitt 3/19 Lehigh 22-4 W 3/26 #2 Syracuse 6-20 L 3/30 at #14 UMBC 10-11 L 4/2 Drexel 14-8 W 4/6 at #10 Towson 12-16 L 4/9 Hofstra 3-9 L 4/16 at #8 Rutgers 6-10 L 4/20 #6 Army 2-17 L 4/27 Loyola 15-16 (OT) L 4/30 at Montclair State 25-6 W 5/2 Bucknell 20-13 W Gary Martin 19-40-59; Tom Lion 21-22-43


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1984: 6-7 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Dennis Curran, John Coyle, Gary Martin 3/10 at Loyola 7-9 L 3/17 New Hampshire 7-8 (OT) L 3/21 Montclair State 15-4 W 3/24 at #1 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 #7 Hofstra 11-10 (OT) W 4/14 #6 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 #6 Army 7-8 L Gary Martin 21-32-53 1985: 3-10 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Dennis Curran, Tom Florence, George 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 #14 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 #9 C.W. Post 12-10 W George Connor 12-22-34 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 #10 Towson 11-9 W 4/5 at Drexel 15-10 W 4/12 #5 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 #7 C.W. Post 7-8 L 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 at Loyola (1) 14-15 (OT) L 3/22 vs. New Hampshire (1) 17-10 W 3/28 Lafayette 15-6 W 4/1 at #12 Towson 7-18 L 4/4 Drexel 20-13 W 4/11 at #11 Rutgers 9-10 (OT) L 4/18 at UMBC 13-12 W 4/21 Kutztown 22-8 W 4/25 Hobart 7-13 L 4/29 Bucknell 17-12 W 5/2 C.W. Post 12-16 L (1) Loyola Invitational (Baltimore, Md.) Jeff Connor 16-40-56, Scott McKeon 40-3 43, John Hollerbach 25-17-42, Chris Dent 32-7-39, Art Berry 24-13-37 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 (1) 10-9 W 3/20 Lehigh (1) 13-7 W 3/26 at Lafayette 16-7 W 3/30 #12 Towson 11-17 L 4/2 at Drexel 16-7 W 4/5 at Kutztown 21-9 W 4/9 #13 Rutgers 8-9 (OT) L 4/16 UMBC 10-7 W 4/23 at Hobart 7-16 L 4/27 at Bucknell 14-7 W 4/30 at #11 C.W. Post 6-16 L (1) Penn State Indoor Invitational Jeff Connor 14-44-58, Jim Schmitt 34-5-39, John Hollerbach 19-9-28, Chris Dent 20-727, Jim Laverty 15-5-20

1989: 10-5 Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Tim Conway, John Hollerbach, Steve Graves 2/28 at North Carolina 6-17 L 3/2 at Radford 20-11 W 3/4 at VMI 19-8 W 3/11 at Loyola 7-14 L 3/18 Notre Dame (1) 9-1 W 3/19 Nazareth (1) 12-10 W 3/25 Lafayette 19-7 W 3/29 at #9 Towson 9-15 L 4/1 Drexel 13-6 W 4/7 Kutztown 25-5 W 4/15 at Rutgers 6-12 L 4/18 at UMBC 13-12 W 4/22 Hobart 11-9 W 4/26 Bucknell 15-11 W 4/29 C.W. Post 6-7 L (1) Penn State Indoor Invitational John Hollerbach 22-38-60, Jim Laverty 30-12-42, Greg Guarton 25 13-38, Ted Peddy 30-6-36, Tim Conway 16-11-27 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 (1) 13-6 W 3/18 VMI (1) 22-7 W 3/24 at Lafayette 11-5 W 3/28 #7 Towson 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 #8 Rutgers 17-18 L 4/18 #3 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 (1) Penn State Indoor Invitational Ted Peddy 41-6-47, Jim Laverty 25-15-40, Chris Lehman 16-17-33, Greg Guarton 2011-31, Joel Brous 17-11-28

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1991: 9-4 No. 14 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Paul Gilhool, Ted Peddy 3/5 at #4 North Carolina 3-15 3/7 at VMI 17-4 3/16 vs. #5 Princeton (1) 7-9 3/17 vs. Ohio Wesleyan (1) 14-7 3/24 Drexel 16-8 3/27 at #10 Towson 8-16 3/30 Lafayette 15-8 4/6 at UMBC 11-10 4/13 at #11 Rutgers 10-17 4/20 Hobart 12-10 4/24 Bucknell 17-11 4/27 #19 C.W. Post 14-13

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5/4 at Delaware 17-11 W (1) Loyola Invitational (Baltimore, Md.) 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 #10 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 8-16 L 4/18 at Hobart 8-11 L 4/22 at #18 Bucknell 13-10 W 4/25 at C.W. Post 10-9 (OT) W 5/2 Delaware 15-18 L Chris Lehman 27-14-41, Kevin McGinley 277-34, Pete Makover 11-20-31

1993: 6-5 No. 19 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Craig Driver, Chris Lehman, Pete Makover, Chris Marcus 2/27 at #11 Navy 9-11 L 3/10 at #3 North Carolina 3-25 L 3/14 Villanova Canceled 3/20 at #9 Towson 7-10 L 3/27 Lafayette 19-6 W 3/28 Drexel 14-7 W 4/10 at #14 Rutgers 9-16 L 4/17 Hobart 13-14 L 4/21 Bucknell 15-9 W 4/24 C.W. Post 17-7 W 4/28 at UMBC 15-5 W 5/1 at #18 Delaware 19-18 (OT) W Chris Lehman 16-28-38, Mike Quinn 20-8-28, Rob Warren 17-6-23 1994: 8-4 No. 17 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Jay Graham, Alex Schoonmaker, Ken Wille 2/26 at Notre Dame 9-12 L 3/6 at #14 Georgetown 4-17 L 3/12 at Villanova 16-12 W 3/19 #12 Towson State 13-15 L 3/26 vs. Lafayette 21-7 W 3/27 at Drexel 13-10 W 4/2 UMBC 15-5 W 4/9 Rutgers 13-12 (OT) W 4/16 vs. #5 North Carolina (1) 8-16 L 4/23 at Stony Brook 12-11 W 4/27 Bucknell 15-13 W 4/30 #12 Delaware 16-15 W (1) Hershey, Pa. Greg Jackson 25-27-52, Pete Makover 18 14-32, Erik Merkel 26-7-33

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1995: 11-2 No. 13 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Mike Busza, Mike O’Keefe, Brian Shorts 2/26 Notre Dame 15-14 W 3/3 Ohio State 15-7 W 3/8 at #3 Virginia 12-20 L 3/12 Villanova 16-10 W 3/18 at #6 Towson 15-10 W 3/25 Lafayette 18-4 W 3/26 Drexel 18-13 W 4/1 at UMBC 16-15 W 4/8 Stony Brook 20-4 W 4/15 #18 Hobart 12-13 (OT) L 4/19 at Bucknell 17-8 W 4/22 at #20 Rutgers 15-14 W 4/30 at Delaware 16-11 W Erik Merkel 48-13-61, Greg Jackson 34-2256, Mike Busza 26-14-40 1996: 10-3 No. 18 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Dave Daniecki, Greg Jackson, Tolleison Morriss, Rob Warren 2/24 at Michigan State 13-8 W 2/25 at Ohio State 8-7 (OT) W 3/6 at #5 North Carolina 9-18 L 3/9 at Villanova 16-3 W 3/16 #9 Georgetown 12-9 W 3/23 at Drexel 14-6 W 3/24 at Lafayette 12-4 W 3/30 UMBC 18-14 W 4/6 at Stony Brook 11-8 W 4/13 at Hobart 4-9 L 4/17 #10 Bucknell 6-11 L 4/20 Rutgers 6-5 W 4/27 Delaware 17-16 (OT) W Greg Jackson 23-16-39, Chris Killoren 21-1334, Jason Rickel 20-12-32


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1997: 8-4 No. 13 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Dave Daniecki, Greg Jackson, Tolleison Morriss 2/28 Notre Dame 5-9 L 3/7 Villanova 12-7 W 3/12 vs. #18 Yale (1) 11-6 W 3/16 at #6 Georgetown 8-18 L 3/22 #1 Princeton 6-18 L 3/29 at #17 UMBC 11-5 W 4/5 Stony Brook 12-4 W 4/12 #15 Hobart 12-11 (2OT) W 4/16 at Bucknell 14-7 W 4/19 at #20 Rutgers 15-7 W 4/26 at Delaware 13-12 W 5/3 at #3 Duke 6-7 (OT) L (1) Boca Raton, Fla. Chris Killoren 23-18-41, John Chescavage 28-10-38 1998: 6-6 No. 15 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Tim Eldridge, Chris Killoren, Todd Korte 3/1 at Notre Dame 9-14 L 3/7 at Villanova 11-4 W 3/11 at #2 Maryland 6-14 L 3/15 #5 Georgetown 14-13 W 3/21 at #4 Princeton 5-13 L 3/28 UMBC 14-11 W 4/4 at Army 19-11 W 4/11 at #8 Hobart 6-12 L 4/15 Bucknell 19-8 W 4/18 #15 Rutgers 11-9 W 4/25 #20 Delaware 10-11 (OT) L 5/1 #6 Duke 6-10 L John Chescavage 29-10-39, Chris Killoren 23-9-32, Todd Kaiser 12-17-29

1999: 8-4 No. 12 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: John Chescavage, Andrew Germain, Kevin Keenan, Chris Schiller 2/28 Notre Dame 13-8 3/5 Villanova 13-7 3/10 at #8 Maryland 10-19 3/21 Lehigh 16-10 3/27 at #9 UMBC 11-9 3/31 at #7 Georgetown 10-20 4/3 #16 Army 19-12 4/10 Hobart 7-6 4/17 at #20 Rutgers 15-8 4/21 at Bucknell 13-10 4/24 at #7 Delaware 11-12 5/1 at #4 Duke 9-22 Chris Schiller 24-18-42, John Chescavage 25-9-34, Don Mayerhofer 19-12-31, Todd Kaiser 16-14-30 2000: 7-7 (3-3 ECAC) No. 20 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Sean Huss, Don Mayerhofer, David Washo 2/27 at Notre Dame 4-10 3/3 at Villanova 13-7 3/6 at Air Force 15-8 3/8 at Denver 5-8 3/12 *#5 Georgetown 8-17 3/18 at Lehigh 15-12 3/25 *at UMBC 7-12 4/1 *#16 Massachusetts 11-8 4/8 at #18 Hobart 7-9 4/14 *at #12 Navy 5-12 4/19 #18 Bucknell 10-9 4/22 *Rutgers 12-6 4/28 #8 Duke 5-6 5/6 *Stony Brook 18-6 Don Mayerhofer 20-28-48, Will Driscoll 28-7-35, Eric Wood 14-18-32

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2001: 7-6 (2-4 ECAC) No. 15 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Ted Holmes, Michael Kern, Jan Northrop, Eric Wood 2/25 Notre Dame 8-10 L 3/3 Villanova 14-7 W 3/7 at Delaware 13-6 W 3/10 *at #4 Georgetown 5-12 L 3/17 at #16 Cornell 8-7 W 3/24 *#11 UMBC 7-8 L 3/31 *at #6 Massachusetts 9-10 L 4/7 #18 Hobart 12-11 W 4/14 *#13 Navy 9-10 (OT) L 4/18 at #10 Bucknell 6-10 L 4/21 *at #18 Rutgers 18-9 W 4/28 Fairfield 9-8 (OT) W 5/5 *Stony Brook 17-5 W Will Driscoll 38-9-47, Luke Ogelsby 11-16-27, Eric Wood 12-14-26 2002: 8-5 (1-4 ECAC) No. 13 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Will Driscoll, Sean Droogan, Tim Emmick 2/24 at Notre Dame 10-9 (OT) W 3/2 at Fairfield 14-6 W 3/4 Air Force 16-2 W 3/9 *#9 Georgetown 10-11 L 3/16 #16 Cornell 9-11 L 3/23 *at UMBC 8-9 L 3/30 *#11 Massachusetts 12-13 L 4/3 Delaware 16-8 W 4/6 at Hobart 11-10 W 4/12 *at #15 Navy 7-9 L 4/20 *Rutgers 15-3 W 4/23 Bucknell 9-7 W 4/27 #3 Virginia 13-8 W Will Driscoll 48-7-55, Luke Ogelsby 9-27-36, Sean Droogan 8-11-19

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2003: 7-7 (3-2 ECAC) No. 11 USILA NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Marshall Feldman, Chris Garrity, Matt Zappia 2/23 #17 Notre Dame 9-10 L 3/1 Fairfield 18-6 W 3/8 *at #6 Georgetown 9-11 L 3/11 vs. #17 Yale (1) 15-17 L 3/15 at #20 Cornell 8-9 L 3/22 *#20 UMBC 10-12 L 3/29 *at #6 Massachusetts 11-10 W 4/5 Hobart 14-10 W 4/12 *#15 Navy 5-4 W 4/16 at Bucknell 10-7 W 4/19 *at #8 Rutgers 7-6 W 4/26 at #3 Virginia 10-11 L 5/3 #17 Ohio State 13-4 W 2003 NCAA Tournament 5/10 at #9 Towson 6-11 L (1) Boca Raton, Fla. Nate Whitaker 24-10-34; Luke Ogelsby 1320-33; Marshall Feldman 19-7-26

2005: 9-6 (5-1 ECAC) No. 11 USILA NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Marc Young, Will Jones, Mike Jacober 2/19 #14 Ohio State 9-7 W 2/27 #10 Notre Dame 6-14 L 3/5 *#16 Loyola 16-14 W 3/8 at #4 Duke 2-12 L 3/19 at #20 Stony Brook 5-7 L 3/25 Fairfield 10-11 (OT) L 4/2 *at #13 Massachusetts 8-18 L 4/5 Mount St. Mary’s 14-5 W 4/9 *#15 Hobart 19-13 W 4/16 *St. John’s 12-4 W 4/19 at #12 Bucknell 11-10 W 4/23 *at Rutgers 8-7 W 4/29 Villanova 10-5 W 5/8 *at #7 Georgetown 13-12 (OT) W 2005 NCAA Tournament 5/14 at #4 Maryland 10-14 L Nate Whitaker 31-13-44, Pat Heim 22-11-33, John Eremus 23-3-26

2004: 6-7 (0-3 ECAC) Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Rob Bateman, Brian Mabry, Matt O’Malley, Edmond Perry 2/21 at Ohio State 5-4 W 2/29 at Notre Dame 7-17 L 3/6 at Fairfield 6-10 L 3/10 vs. Providence (1) 11-4 W 3/13 *#6 Georgetown 8-10 L 3/21 at #12 Denver 11-10 W 4/3 *Massachusetts 8-17 L 4/10 at Hobart 7-8 L 4/17 at Mount St. Mary’s 16-7 W 4/20 Bucknell 12-7 W 4/24 *#9 Rutgers 6-10 L 4/30 at #17 Villanova 9-11 L 5/8 #15 Virginia 10-8 W (1) Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, Md.) Nate Whitaker 18-13-31, Will Cutler 15-8-23, John Eremus 18-3-21

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 (1) 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 (2OT) W 5/6 *#5 Georgetown 9-10 L (1) St. Paul’s School (Baltimore, Md.) Brian Boyle 12-25-37, Nate Whitaker 28-432, John Eremus 19-6-25

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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 (1) 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 Saint Joseph’s 12-9 W 5/5 *at #4 Georgetown 4-9 L (1) Georgetown Prep (North Bethesda, Md.) 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 Saint Joseph’s 10-6 W 5/3 *#4 Georgetown 12-11(OT) W Rob Forster 17-12-29, Max VanArsdale 1710-27, Andrew Mackrides 12-4-16


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS • RESULTS VS. RANKED TEAMS 2009: 9-5 (4-3 ECAC) No. 16 USILA Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Drew Adams, Matt Warner 2/14 at Robert Morris 11-12 (2OT) L 2/22 #8 Notre Dame 8-13 L 2/28 *#16 Loyola 7-8 L 3/7 #15 Ohio State 11-5 W 3/10 at #20 Villanova 10-8 W 3/15 at Vermont 7-5 W 3/21 *Fairfield 4-5 (OT) L 3/28 *at #14 Massachusetts 8-9 L 4/4 *Hobart 10-8 W 4/7 at #19 Bucknell 9-8 W 4/11 *St. John’s 12-11 (OT) W 4/18 *at Rutgers 9-4 W 4/25 Saint Joseph’s 17-6 W 5/2 *at #16 Georgetown 12-11 (2OT) W Rob Forster 26-9-35, Chris Hogan 29-5-34, Jack Forster 22-12-34, Matt Mackrides 15-13-28 2010: 2-11 (1-4 CAA) Head Coach: Glenn Thiel Captains: Joe Britt, Chris Hogan, Brian Shea 2/20 Robert Morris 17-24 L 2/28 at #3 Notre Dame 8-12 L 3/6 at Ohio State 10-11 (OT) L 3/9 Villanova 7-11 L 3/13 at Rutgers 4-7 L 3/20 at #8 Duke 11-20 L 3/27 St. John’s 13-11 W 3/30 Bucknell 9-11 L 4/3 *#9 Massachusetts 8-10 L 4/10 *at #8 Drexel 7-12 L 4/17 *#11 Hofstra 11-10 (OT) W 4/24 *at #14 Towson 9-10 L 4/30 *Delaware 10-14 L Matt Mackrides 36-8-44, Billy Gribbin 23-8 31, Nick Dolik 21-6-27, Chris Hogan 15-9-24

2011: 7-7 (4-2 CAA) Head Coach: Jeff Tambroni Captains: Matt Bernier, Matt Shankoff, Matthew Mackrides 2/19 Binghamton 9-7 2/27 Notre Dame 2-6 3/5 Ohio State 5-6 (3OT) 3/8 at #20 Villanova 5-17 3/12 Rutgers 11-6 3/19 *at #10 Massachusetts 8-7 3/26 *Saint Joseph’s 14-6 3/29 at #18 Bucknell 6-8 4/2 at Lehigh 8-7 (OT) 4/9 *Drexel 13-14 4/16 *Towson 7-6 4/23 *at #19 Delaware 13-3 4/30 *at #8 Hofstra 4-9 5/4 ^#16 Massachusetts 9-10 (OT) Shane Sturgis 18-16-34; Matt Mackrides 20-10-30, Jack Forster 14-1-15, Nick Dolik 11-2-13

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2012: 9-6 (5-1 CAA) No. 16 USILA Head Coach: Jeff Tambroni Captains: Ryan Link, Matthew Mackrides, Ryan McGarvey 2/11 vs. #6 North Carolina (1) 14-10 L 2/18 Michigan 16-9 W 2/26 at #2 Notre Dame 4-3 (OT) W 3/3 at #16 Ohio State 5-2 W 3/10 #11 Denver 6-14 L 3/17 *#3 Massachusetts 8-9 (OT) L 3/20 #10 Lehigh 5-9 L 3/24 *at Saint Joseph’s 7-3 W 3/27 #16 Bucknell 6-9 L 3/31 #12 Villanova 13-8 W 4/7 *at Drexel 10-9 W 4/14 *at Towson 8-3 W 4/21 *Delaware 13-9 W 4/28 *Hofstra 9-8 (2OT) W 5/2 ^Drexel 11-13 L (1) at Kennesaw, Ga. Matthew Mackrides 30-12-42, Jack Forster 27-15-42, Shane Sturgis 19-11-30, Nick Dolik 18-4-22

2013: 12-5 (6-0 CAA) No. 13 USILA NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Jeff Tambroni Captains: Travis Crane, Jack Forster 2/9 at Michigan 11-6 W 2/17 vs. #9 Denver (1) 15-12 W 2/24 #3 Notre Dame 9-10 (OT) L 3/2 #16 Ohio State 9-10 (OT) L 3/9 vs. #19 Lehigh (2) 10-12 L 3/16 *at #19 Massachusetts 7-5 W 3/19 at Binghamton 11-7 W 3/23 *Saint Joseph’s 9-2 W 3/26 at #7 Bucknell 11-3 W 3/30 at Villanova 7-6 W 4/6 *#12 Drexel 13-6 W 4/13 *Towson 10-8 W 4/20 *at Delaware 13-7 W 4/27 *at Hofstra 16-7 W 5/1 ^Massachusetts 10-7 W 5/3 ^Towson 10-11 L 2013 NCAA Tournament 5/11 #11 Yale 7-10 L (1) at Jacksonville, Fla. (2) at Chester, Pa. Jack Forster 41-16-57, TJ Sanders 44-5-49, Shane Sturgis 27-17-44, Tom LaCrosse 23-5-28 2014: 7-6 (3-2 CAA) Head Coach: Jeff Tambroni Captains: Tyler Travis, Gavin Ahern, Tom LaCrosse 2/8 Michigan 22-7 W 2/15 Loyola 12-11 (OT) L 2/22 at #4 Notre Dame 8-7 W 3/1 at #19 Ohio State 11-8 W 3/10 at #9 Denver 15-11 L 3/15 *#14 Massachusetts 8-6 L 3/18 Dartmouth 10-6 W 3/22 #18 Albany 17-10 L 3/29 Villanova 9-7 L 4/5 *at Drexel 13-12 (3OT) L 4/12 *at #19 Towson 8-1 W 4/19 *Delaware 10-6 W 4/26 *#12 Hofstra 8-7 W Shane Sturgis 33-17-50, TJ Sanders 23-3 26, Kyle VanThof 9-12-21, Dan Craig 9-8-17 * Conference Games; ^ CAA Tourney Games

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE 2015: 5-9 (2-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: Jeff Tambroni Captain: Kyle Zittel 2/7 Vermont W 15-8 2/14 at #7 Loyola L 6-8 2/21 at Villanova L 7-11 2/28 #16 Penn W 14-11 3/7 at #13 Harvard L 9-12 3/10 Marist W 9-8 3/14 at Massachusetts L 8-12 3/21 vs. #5 Denver L 8-10 3/28 #16 Ohio State* L 8-10 4/4 at #3 Maryland* L 5-12 4/11 at Johns Hopkins* L (2OT) 10-11 4/19 Rutgers* W 11-6 4/25 at Michigan* W 10-9 4/30 vs. #17 Johns Hopkins^ L 9-14 TJ Sanders 29-13-42, Mike Sutton 24-4-29, Nick Aponte 14-13-27, Matt Florence 16-8-24 * Conference Games; ^ B1G Tourney Games 2016: 8-7 (2-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: Jeff Tambroni Captain: Tommy O'Neill, James Burke, Drake Kreinz 2/6 ROBERT MORRIS W 20-7 2/13 HOBART W 17-12 2/20 at #18 Cornell W 8-7 2/27 VILLANOVA L 9-19 3/5 at Penn L 7-11 3/8 at Furman W 16-7 3/12 #8 HARVARD W (OT) 13-12 3/19 UMASS L 9-11 3/26 vs. #1 Denver W 15-12 4/3 at Ohio State* W 6-5 4/10 #5 MARYLAND* L( OT) 10-11 4/17 #17 JOHNS HOPKINS* L (OT) 11-12 4/22 at Rutgers* L 14-15 4/30 MICHIGAN* W 14-9 5/5 vs. #3 Maryland^ L 9-16 Grant Ament 20-34-54, Nick Aponte 30-19-49 TJ Sanders 28-15-43, Matt Florence 20-4-24

PENN STATE VS. RANKED TEAMS All-Time Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84-165 vs. No. 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 vs. No. 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4 vs. No. 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11 vs. No. 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8 vs. No. 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10 vs. No. 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11 vs. No. 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9 vs. No. 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-13 vs. No. 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8 vs. No. 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9 vs. No. 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10 vs. No. 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9 vs. No. 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7 vs. No. 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7 vs. No. 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6 vs. No. 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7 vs. No. 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7 vs. No. 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6 vs. No. 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1 vs. No. 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6

WINS VS. TOP 5 TEAMS 3/26/16: No. 1 Denver . . . . . . . . . . 15-12 2/26/12: No. 2 Notre Dame . . . . 4-3 (OT) 4/27/02: No. 3 Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . 13-8 4/18/90: No. 3 Towson . . . . . . . . . . 16-13 5/3/08: No. 4 Georgetown . . . 12-11 (OT) 2/22/14: No. 4 Notre Dame . . . . . . . . 8-7 3/15/98: No. 5 Georgetown . . . . . . 14-13

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS OPPONENT First Last Adelphi 1955 1957 Air Force 2000 2002 Albany 2014 2014 Army 1922 1999 Baltimore City College 1914 same Baltimore Polytechnic 1914 same Binghamton 2011 2013 Bronx Lacrosse Club 1913 same Bucknell 1968 2013 Carlisle Indian School 1914 1915 Cleveland State 2017 - Colgate 1930 2007 Cornell 1923 2016 Cortland 1966 1975 Crescent Athletic Association 1925 1927 C.W. Post 1985 1993 Dartmouth 1929 2014 Delaware 1964 2014 Denison 1986 same Denver 2000 2016 Dickinson 1958 same Drexel 1942 2013 Drumlin Athletic Club 1928 same Duke 1947 2010 Fairfield 2001 2009 Franklin & Marshall 1967 1980 Furman 2016 same Georgetown 1994 2009 Gettysburg 1961 same Guilford 1987 1988 Harvard 1937 2016 Hobart 1914 2016 Hofstra 1955 2014 Ithaca 1950 1951 Johns Hopkins 1916 2016 Kenyon 1954 1954 Kutztown 1985 1990 Lafayette 1927 1996 Lebanon Valley 1969 1971 Lehigh 1915 2013 Long Island Athletic Club unknown Loyola 1946 2015 Marist 2015 2015 Maryland 1916 2016 Maryland Club unknown Massachusetts 2000 2016 Michigan 2012 2016 Michigan State 1987 1996 Montclair State 1981 1984 Mount St. Mary’s 2004 2005 Mt. Washington Club unknown Navy 1919 2003 Nazareth 1989 1989 New Hampshire 1955 1987 North Carolina 1976 2012 Notre Dame 1989 2014 Ohio State 1979 2016 Ohio Wesleyan 1991 same Onondaga Indians 1925 1934

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR SERIES RECORDS Only series histories against current men's lacrosse Division I teams are included. 2017 opponents in gray.

AIR FORCE (2-0)

3/6/2000 3/4/2002

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ALBANY (0-1) L

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ARMY WEST POINT (3-29)

1922 L 1-15 5/16/1925 L 1-15 5/26/1928 L 2-8 6/1/1929 L 1-2 5/24/1930 W 4-3 5/23/1931 L 2-10 5/21/1932 L 1-6 4/22/1933 L 0-9 5/5/1934 L 5-13 5/11/1935 L 4-12 5/23/1936 L 2-13 5/8/1937 L 2-5 4/9/1938 L 2-10 4/29/1939 L 4-10 5/4/1940 L 5-9 5/24/1941 L 2-14 5/16/1942 L 4-10 5/15/1943 L 4-7 4/22/1944 L 0-14 5/6/1944 L 2-14 5/51945 L 1-25 4/13/1946 L 5-15 5/15/1948 L 1-7 5/13/1978 L 6-19 5/12/1979 L 7-17 5/10/1980 L 4-16 5/9/1981 L 5-11 5/8/1982 L 14-20 4/20/1983 L 2-17 5/4/1984 L 7-8 4/4/1998 W 19-11 4/3/1999 W 19-12

BINGHAMTON (2-0)

2/19/2011 3/19/2013

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BUCKNELL (34-12)

4/3/1968 W 13-9 5/3/1969 L 6-7 5/16/1970 W 8-4 5/11/1971 W 16-12 5/9/1972 W 19-6 5/9/1973 W 6-5 5/13/1974 W 10-8 5/14/1975 W 9-7 5/12/1976 L 5-6 5/11/1977 W 12-4 5/10/1978 L 14-16 5/9/1979 L 10-18 5/7/1980 W 15-14 (OT)

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5/6/1981 W 15-6 5/5/1982 W 22-10 5/2/1983 W 20-13 5/2/1984 W 10-6 5/1/1985 L 8-11 4/30/1986 W 9-6 4/29/1987 W 17-12 4/27/1988 W 14-7 4/26/1989 W 15-11 4/25/1990 W 9-8 4/24/1991 W 17-11 4/22/1992 W 13-10 4/21/1993 W 15-9 4/27/1994 W 15-13 4/19/1995 W 17-8 4/17/1996 L 6-11 4/16/1997 W 14-7 4/15/1998 W 19-8 4/21/1999 W 13-10 4/19/2000 W 10-9 4/18/2001 L 6-10 4/23/2002 W 9-7 4/16/2003 W 10-7 4/20/2004 W 12-7 4/19/2005 W 11-10 4/19/2006 L 10-11 4/17/2007 L 5-7 4/15/2008 W 8-7 4/7/2009 W 9-8 3/30/2010 L 9-11 3/29/2011 L 6-8 3/27/2012 L 6-9 3/26/2013 W 11-3

COLGATE (14-9)

5/9/1930 L 5/30/1931 W 5/6/1932 W 5/15/1936 W 4/17/1937 W 5/13/1938 W 5/17/1940 W 5/16/1947 W 5/22/1948 W 5/14/1949 W 4/29/1955 W 4/28/1956 L 4/27/1957 W 5/24/1958 L 5/21/1960 L 5/20/1961 L 5/19/1962 L 5/18/1963 L 5/16/1964 L 4/15/1965 L 5/14/1966 W 4/15/1967 W 3/13/2007 W

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3-9 9-4 6-3 8-3 7-4 13-6 11-3 12-3 15-5 14-2 6-2 5-6 9-4 9-10 7-9 4-5 6-8 6-12 7-15 9-10 10-9 7-0 7-4

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CORNELL (20-20)

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GEORGETOWN (5-10)

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LEHIGH (32-9)

1915 L 2-7 1917 L 1-15 5/21/1927 W 11-2 4/28/1934 W 8-4 4/13/1935 W 14-0 5/1/1937 W 9-1 5/20/1939 W 11-2 5/16/1940 W 12-5 5/3/1941 W 12-5 5/16/1956 W 15-3 6/15/1957 W 15-3 5/14/1951 W 13-3 5/13/1959 W 8-5 5/11/1960 L 5-10 5/12/1961 W 11-9 5/9/1962 W 14-7 5/8/1963 L 7-11 5/6/1964 W 12-8 5/12/1965 W 13-2 5/11/1966 W 17-6 5/10/1967 L 4-6 5/8/1968 W 10-4 5/7/1969 W 8-6 5/6/1970 L 3-4 5/8/1971 L 4-12

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4/26/1946 W 17-3 4/19/1947 W 6-2 4/30/1948 W 8-4 4/23/1949 L 4-6 4/14/1950 L 4-9 4/21/1951 L 12-14 4/10/1952 L 2-5 5/23/1953 W 13-8 4/15/1954 L 6-10 4/27/1955 W 17-8 4/13/1956 L 8-10 4/10/1957 W 13-9 4/11/1958 W 9-6 4/4/1959 W 14-3 4/2/1960 W 8-2 4/15/1961 W 17-4 4/6/1962 W 8-7 4/17/1963 L 5-7 4/18/1964 L 6-10 5/15/1965 T 13-13 4/26/1966 L 9-10 4/8/1967 L 6-12 4/13/1968 W 9-5 4/15/1969 W 10-5 4/11/1970 W 10-9 4/10/1971 W 15-3 4/19/1972 W 17-10 3/31/1973 W 14-7 4/20/1974 W 10-9 4/30/1975 W 23-5 4/28/1976 W 17-12 4/26/1977 W 13-10 4/26/1978 W 15-12 5/2/1979 L 14-15 4/30/1980 W 18-16 4/28/1981 W 18-12 4/28/1982 W 18-17 4/27/1983 L (OT) 15-16 3/10/1984 L 7-9 3/15/1985 L 5-13 3/9/1986 L 12-14 3/21/1987 L (OT) 14-15 3/12/1988 L 7-15 3/11/1989 L 7-14 4/18/1990 W 16-13 64

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NORTH CAROLINA (0-10)

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NOTRE DAME (6-15)

3/18/1989 W 2/26/1994 L 2/26/1995 W 2/28/1997 L 3/1/1998 L 2/28/1999 W 2/27/2000 L 2/25/2001 L 2/24/2002 W 2/23/2003 L 2/29/2004 L 2/27/2005 L 2/26/2006 L 2/24/2007 L 2/24/2008 L 2/22/2009 L 2/28/2010 L 2/27/2011 L 2/26/2012 W (OT) 2/24/2013 L (OT) 2/22/2014 W

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4/7/1979 W 14-11 4/5/1980 W 17-3 4/4/1981 W 15-5 4/3/1982 W 24-4 3/3/1995 W 15-7 2/25/1996 W (OT) 8-7 5/3/2003 W 13-4 2/21/2004 W 5-4 2/19/2005 W 9-7 3/11/2006 W (OT) 14-13 3/10/2007 L 8-10 3/8/2008 L 6-17 3/7/2009 W 11-5 3/16/2010 L (OT) 10-11 3/5/2011 L (3OT) 5-6 3/3/2012 W 5-2 3/2/2013 L (OT) 9-10 3/1/2014 W 11-8 4/29/2015 L 8-10 4/3/2016 W (OT) 6-5

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4/17/1926 W 10-6 5/28/1927 L 2-6 5/17/1930 L 3-4 5/4/1935 W 11-3 4/25/1936 W 5-4 4/24/1937 W 6-4 4/23/1938 W 7-4 4/22/1939 W 9-3 4/12/1940 L 5-6 5/10/1941 W 15-4 4/17/1948 W 13-4 4/13/1949 W 9-3 4/28/1951 W 14-5 4/26/1952 W 10-6 4/25/1953 L 4-13 4/24/1954 L 7-9 5/21/1955 W 13-6 4/21/1956 W 16-4 6/24/1957 W 16-5 4/19/1958 W 3-2 4/15/1959 W 9-4 5/22/1961 L 8-10 4/10/1962 W 8-7 3/30/1963 W 12-6 5/1/1971 L 5-10 4/22/1972 L 9-12 4/4/1973 L 7-13 4/3/1974 L 6-12 4/2/1975 W 12-10 5/7/1976 W 20-13 5/7/1977 L 10-24 2/28/2015 W 14-11 3/5/2016 L 7-11 3/16/1991 3/22/1997 3/21/1998 3/10/2004

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8-14 9-19 1-17 7-6 1-10 10-12 2-8 7-20 6-15 7-16 7-21 5-10 9-8 10-13 6-20 3-10 6-7 12-11 3-11 6-10 10-13 3-13 5-8 9-10 8-9 6-12 17-18 10-17 11-10 9-16 13-12 15-14 6-5 15-7 11-9 15-8 12-6 18-9 15-3 7-6 6-10 8-7 8-7 7-8 4-8 9-4 4-7 11-6 11-6 14-15

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STONY BROOK (6-2)

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9-18 8-15 4-19 4-12 6-20 5-21 7-27 8-18

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SYRACUSE (12-46-1)

1916 W 4-1 1922 L 1-6 4/21/1923 L 1-9 1924 L 1-8 5/2/1925 L 0-10 5/8/1926 L 5-10 5/7/1927 L 3-7 4/19/1928 T 4-4 5/10/1930 W 5-4 5/7/1931 W 5-4 5/7/1932 L 2-7 4/29/1933 L 3-16 5/16/1936 L 3-6 5/16/1937 L 7-9 5/14/1938 W 5-4 5/6/1939 W 10-7 5/18/1940 L 6-16 4/30/1941 L 8-17 4/25/1942 L 7-9 5/8/1943 W 14-1 5/24/1946 W 6-3 5/3/1947 W 6-3 5/7/1948 L 5-9 5/7/1949 L 7-12 5/6/1950 L 3-17 5/5/1951 L 10-13 5/3/1952 L 3-9 5/2/1953 L 13-18 5/1/1954 L 7-20 5/7/1955 W 17-13 5/5/1956 L 13-18 5/4/1957 L 4-13 5/3/1958 L 5-9 5/2/1959 L 7-14 5/7/1960 L 6-15 5/6/1961 L 4-11 5/5/1962 L 8-15 5/1/1963 L 5-10 5/2/1964 L 4-9 4/24/1965 L 7-10 4/23/1966 L 9-17 4/22/1967 L 10-11 4/20/1968 L 9-10 66

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TOWSON (8-14)

4/8/1981 W 14-6 4/7/1982 W 14-11 4/6/1983 L 12-16 4/4/1984 L 8-12 4/3/1985 L 6-10 4/2/1986 W 11-9 4/1/1987 L 7-18 3/30/1988 L 11-17 3/29/1989 L 9-15 3/28/1990 L 8-10 3/27/1991 L 8-16 4/14/1992 L 8-16 3/20/1993 L 7-10 3/19/1994 L 13-15 3/18/1995 W 15-10 5/10/2003 L 6-11 4/24/2010 L 9-10 4/16/2011 W 7-6 4/14/2012 W 8-3 4/13/2013 W 10-8 5/3/2013 L 10-11 4/12/2014 W 8-1

UMBC (14-7)

3/30/1983 L 10-11 4/21/1984 W (OT) 12-11 4/20/1985 L 4-8 4/19/1986 L 10-13 4/18/1987 W 13-12 4/16/1988 W 10-7 4/18/1989 W 13-12 4/7/1990 W 12-10 4/6/1991 W 11-10 4/4/1992 W (OT) 12-11 4/28/1993 W 15-5 4/2/1994 W 15-5 4/1/1995 W 16-15 3/30/1996 W 18-14 3/29/1997 W 11-5 3/28/1998 W 14-11 3/27/1999 W 11-9 3/25/2000 L 7-12 3/24/2001 L 7-8 3/23/2002 L 8-9 3/22/2003 L 10-12

A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A A H A H H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE YEAR-BY-YEAR SERIES RECORDS VERMONT (4-0)

3/21/1992 W 12-8 3/15/2008 W 7-4 3/15/2009 W 7-5 2/7/2015 W 15-8

VILLANOVA (16-6)

3/17/1990 W 3/14/1992 W 3/12/1994 W 3/12/1995 W 3/9/1996 W 3/7/1997 W 3/7/1998 W 3/5/1999 W 3/3/2000 W 3/3/2001 W 4/30/2004 L 4/29/2005 W 4/28/2006 W (2OT) 3/11/2008 W 3/10/2009 W 3/9/2010 L 3/8/2011 L 3/31/2012 W 3/30/2013 W 3/29/2013 L 2/21/2015 L 2/27/2016 L

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

VIRGINIA (2-5)

4/19/1949 L 7-8 5/13/1950 L 12-23 3/30/1974 L 4-13 3/8/1995 L 12-20 4/27/2002 W 13-8 4/26/2003 L 10-11 5/8/2004 W 10-8 3/4/1989 3/18/1990 3/7/1991 3/12/1997 3/11/2003 5/11/2013

VMI (3-0) W W W

19-8 22-7 17-4

YALE (1-2) W L L

11-6 15-17 7-10

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A

Aarons Brendan

1995-98

Banham

A. L.

1942

Booker

D. N.

Abell Mike

1995-97

Banks

P. B.

1922

Booth

Robert

1949

Barber

W. H.

1914

Booth

S. K.

1972-75

Barie

John

1963-64

Adams Drew

2006-09

Barnes

R. B.

1934

Bosman

H. M.

1933-34

Adolph William

1991-94

Barnhart

A. L.

1920

Bostock

Donald J.

1955-57

Ahern Gavin

2011-14

Barras Richard

1966

Abernathy Robert Abriel

Agnew

William L.

A. L.

1920

Barry

Jack E.

1944 2000-03 1932

Born Allen

1989

Bowes

H. R.

1915

1974-77

Boyer

D. J.

1938

Aitken Steve

2011-14

Basciano Anthony

2007-10

Boyle Brian

2005-07

Ashley David

1962

Bash

1922-23

Boyle Greg

2006-08

Boyle

Richard D.

1974-75

Bracciante

Ronald J.

1961-62

H. C.

Albertson

Norb

1963

Baskin Marc

Albrecht

John R. (Mgr.)

1955

Bateman

Alex

Christopher J.

1970

Batkin W.

1944

Bragg Harrie

Alex

Thomas G.

Bauer

E. C.

1945

Brandt

Daniel

Allen

R. E.

1944

Bauerle

Richard

1963-64

Bready

A. M.

Alvie

Talal

2013

Baucum

Conor

2010-13

Brelus John

2008-11

Amber

John W.

Beattie

Michael R.

1994-96

Ament Grant

1974-77

1951-52 2016-pres.

Robert

1986 2001-03

1957-59

Brennan

Jason M.

Beck Regan

1989-90

Bretherick

D. W.

1949 1988, '91 1926

1944

Anderson

C. O.

1929-30

Beddings Frank

1986-89

Brickley

David (Mgr.)

1963

Anderson

W. L.

1923

Behne

John M.

1957-59

Brigman, Jr. Lindo (Mgr.)

1940

Andress John

2007-10

Belden

Chris

1983

Briner

G. M.

1922

Joseph A.

1938

Belfield

Edward C.

1948-50

Briner

John

1943

Antonick John

1988

Belfield

John C.

1926-28

Briner, Jr.

William M.

1942-43

1929-31

Bell

Donald J.

Brinker

Charles (Mgr.)

1967-68

2014-pres.

Bell

Matthew J.

1953-54

Benedetti

Philip J.

2015-pres.

Benjamin

Keith

Andrukitis Antonson

J. O.

Aponte Nick Arnold

David H.

Aronow Mike Asplundh

Barr E.

Atkinson

Larry R.

Atkinson

R. E.

1951-52

Britt Joseph

1950-51

Brittain Edward

1957

Brittingham Stanley

1969

Bennett

Gordon S.

1960-61

Brous Joel

1950

Bergesen

Andreas J.

1954-56

Brown

1913

Berkowitz Howard

1944

Berman

Aurrichio

2014

B

1985-86 2002, ‘04-06

Auer A. Chris (Mgr.)

1952, '54-55

1989-92

C. A.

1929

Brown Greg

2008-11

1982-84

Brown

Harry S.

1956-58

Bernier Matt

2008-11

Brown

I. G.

1920-22

Berry Arthur

1985-88

Brown

John

Rachel (Mgr.)

1962

2007-10

1993

Backenstose Brian

1993-94

Beuchele

Walter E.

1978-79

Brown Kessler

Bacon

1977-80

Bickelhaupt

George F.

1953-55

Brubach William

1947-49

Bickell Thomas

1969

Buckley

E. M.

1924-25

Bishop

G. W.

1944

Buckman, Jr. J. S.

1938-39

A. W.

Timothy D.

Baer Ernest Baer

W. W.

1915

Baier Kyle

2012-15

Bitner

Bailer John

1989-92

Black Robby

Bailey Doug

1981-82

Blair

A. F.

Bailey Michael

2002-05

Blatter

Jay I.

1973

Baker Dave

2010-12

Baker

R. M.

Ballinger John

1942-43

2011-14 1981

Budd Stephen

1982-85

2016-pres.

Bullock

Richard S.

1958-60

1939, '41

Bullock

Robert F.

1954-56

Burke

James

2013-16

Blum

R. B. (Mgr.)

1938

Burnside J.P.

1918

Boecker

Gary J.

1973

Buser, Jr.

Bart E.

1966

Boecker

Kenneth D.

1972-73

Busza

Mike

2012-2015 1937, '39-40 1992- 95

Ballou

C. F.

1914-15

Bogert Steven

2011-14

Busza Todd

1989-92

Baney

Robert

1983-84

Bonner Graham

2001

Butler Tyler

2015-pres.

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C

Callaway

Ace

1993

Cockley

Campbell Christopher

2005

Campbell

D. A.

1920

Campbell

G. Keen

1941

Campbell

Kevin R.

1972-75

Campbell

R. L.

Campbell Robert Caravella

Richard F.

Carfora

A.J.

Carlozo

Joseph V.

Carlson

R. F.

Carlson

Ronald (Mgr.)

Carr

Arthur R.

1943 1979-82 1973, ‘75 2013 1973-74

1928-29, '31-32

N. I.

1927

Curran

Dennis M.

1982-85

Cocoziello Alex

2007

Curran

Kevin T.

1978-81

Cohen

Arthur S.

1954

Curran

William J.

1977-80

Cohen

Robert C.

1971-73

Curtin Gerald

Cohn

S. E.

1936-38

Curtin Ryan

Collett

John R.

1954-55

Cusson

1985-86

Cutler William

Collins Douglas Collins

Francis D.

Comegna

Marc

Conley

J. F.

Connelly

William J.

1956

Conner

George D.

1973

Connor

Jeffrey

Carroll John

1986-87

Conway

Timothy D.

Carson

R. J.

1923-24

Cook

George H.

Carson

R. R.

1944

Cook

H. C.

Carter

J. R.

1939-40

Case

James O.

1972 1983 1935-37

2001-03 2002-05

D

Dangerfield H.

Daniecki David

1978

Daniels

Andy

Darcey

Connor

1986-89

2006

Benjamin

1982-85 1984, '87-88

1968-69

Dardaris Mark

1928 1994-97 1983 2013-15 1989-92

Darraugh

E. H.

1918

1926

Dattelbaum

Warren

1938-41

1925-27

Davidheiser

Eric

2010-13

Davis

Alan T.

1977-78

Cook

Jack A.

1950

1950

Cooke

Robert

1980-83

Davis Bill

2009-11

Castella John

1960

Cooper

Robert W.

1975-78

Day

1931-33

Catalano Chris

1986

Copeland Matt

1995-98

Dean

James W. W. A.

Catalano

W. R.

1953

James A.

1977-79

Copelin

Donald E.

1950

Dean

Cawley Bill

1987

Cornwell

E. H.

1922

DeBaldo Scott

Celano Joe

2011

Coskery

E. G.

1933

DeBow

Brendan

Chadwick Peter

1989-91

Coskery

Ray S.

1937-39

Decker

D. B.

1931

Chakey

James

2013-16

Coulter

F. A.

1921-23

Decker, Jr.

Howard W. (Mgr.)

1951

Chaikin

James N. (Mgr.)

1945-46

Courteau Christopher

Chambers Tyler

2014-pres.

Cowan

Alex F.

2005

1916-18 1995

2000, '02-03

DeCock Gary

1981

1938-39

Dede Scott

1988

Charles

Ronald J.

2000-03

Cox James

1980-81

DeFalco

Charron

William R.

1961-63

Coyle John

1981-84

Degnan James

1996-99

Coyle Martin

1984-87

Delanoy John

2005

Demos Greg

1999

Chescavage John Chestnut

Kent L.

Chinich Justin

1957

Craig Dan

2007

2014-pres.

R. B.

1937-39 1984-85

Craig William

1914

Dent Christopher 1985-88

Chiodo Raffaele

1992-95

Cramer

Berne F.

1946

Detwiler

E. B.

1932

Chisholm Daniel

1995-97

Cibik

Michael (Mgr.)

Cicak Michael Cimochowski George

Cramer

E. S.

1932

Devine

John A.

1977

1966

Crane

Travis

2012-13

DeVoe

James F.

1953

1940

Cranmer

C. B.

1929

Diehl Paul

1961-63

Crawford

B. E.

1932

Dill

Richard J.

1927-28

Cleary Regis

1967

Cromie

R. W.

Cleland

J. G. (Mgr.)

1934

Croohe

A. L.

Clement

Henry L.

Clifton Sean Clough

John

Clougherty Thomas Clouser

James F.

Clouser

L. H.

Cochran Chris

1983, '85 1990 1990, '93 1965 1971-73 1925 1996-97

Cross Jack

Doederlein

Winfred P.

1932

Dolik

Nick

2010-13

1965

Donahoe

Frederick A.

1956-58

Croup

A. H.

1920-21

Donley Will

Crowley

Jeffrey C.

1971-72

Donnelly Jack

Cunningham Jeremiah Cugini

John

Cuno

J. B.

Curcio

John J.

1966 1958-59

1980

Donnelly Matt

1955

2008-11 2012-15 2016-pres.

2012-13

Donovan

William J.

2001-04

1913-15

D’Ortone

Kenneth

1983-84

Dougherty John

1987-88

1982, '84

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Roger

1963-65

Douthett

E. M.

1936

Dowart

A. L.

1916

Drake

H. B.

Fabian

F G Louis A. (Mgr.)

1972-73

Fryburg Frank

Farcosky John

2004-06

Fulton

James A.

1950-51, '54

Faries

L. E.

1942-43

Furchner Wes

1997-2000

E. S.

1920-21

Walter S.

1913-15

1939-40

Farley

Drazenovich Joseph J.

1950

Farley

Dreeland Alan

1968-69

Farls John

Dreyfus William

1986-88

Farrell

Driscoll William

1999-2002

Driver

Craig

Droogan Sean Drylie

J. E.

Dunkle

R. S.

1986

Gagliano Michael

1994-97

Gallagher

1913-14

A. J.

1970-72

Gannett Alex

Farrell Charles

1965-66

Gannett

Farrell John

1978-81

Gannett Alex

1999-2002

Farrell

2000-03

Garonzik

1943

Faust

1917

Feen Jeffrey

1990-93

Bernard C.

William

Alfred D.

1958

1987-90

Christopher Scott N.

2010 2003-06 2009 1975

Garrity Alex

2008-11

Garrity

Christopher

2000-03

Gary

Jeff

Dunne Matthew

1964-65

Feightner Paul

Dwyer

1993-96

Feldman

Marshall

2000-03

Gatchell

M. H.

Fellows

R. H.

1927-28

Gaumer

L. S.

1945

1967-68

Gehnrich

Scott

2003-06

William L.

E

Ferguson Frederick

1983 1922-23

Eagle

Anthony J.

Eaton

W. L.

1920

Ferguson

M. M.

1926

Geiger Daniel

2001-02

Eddy

R. B.

1936

Ferguson

R. G.

1932

Geisewite

1925-27

T. L. (Mgr.)

1935

Gekas Evan

1995

Gelsomini

Mark P.

1979-80

Edel

1950-52

1967

1949

C. F.

L. J.

1931-33

Ferry

Edmunds

G. H.

1925-27

Field Edward

Edmunds

J. C.

1930

Finley

John R.

1946-49

Genther

J. A.

1938-39

Edwards

E. L.

1930-31

Fiscus

Glenn W.

1956-57

Gerber

E. C.

1934-36

1968

Fisher

H. W.

Gerding

H. V.

Edwards Kenneth

1916

1985

1927

Eicher

David D.

1978-80

Fisher Paul

1988-91

Germain Andrew

Eisenman

R. S.

1935-37

Fisher

1914-16

Gerrato

Eisler

C. R.

1921-23

Flanagan Timothy

1980-81

Gerrato Bryan

2012-14

Elder

Gove G.

Gerrato Glenn

1991-92

R. D.

1958-59

Flannery Matthew

2005-06

Eldridge Timothy

1995-98

Fleck Todd

1989

Elmer

J. J.

2007-10

Flenner, Jr.

B. E.

Elser

A. J.

1928

Fletcher

Jack E.

Emmick

Timothy

1998, 2000-02

Erber

Peter J.

1961

Eremus

John

2003-06

Florence

Thomas I.

Erhart

E. O.

1913

Foresman

W. S.

2008

Forrest, Jr.

William H.

Forster

Jack

Erwin Dave Erwin

David T.

Erwin

Joseph B.

1959-61

1942-43

Flinchbaugh David Florence Matt

1934 1962-64 2015-pres. 1982-85

Anthony

Geuder

R. E. (Mgr.)

Giacalone

William R.

Gibbs

G. A.

1939 1973-74 1920 1986-88

Gilhool Paul

1989-91

Gill

A. J.

Girard

Lucien

1951

Glading

F. W.

1913 1952-53, '56-57

Glennon Travis

1920-21 1999-2000

1955

Forster Randy

Gobey Galen

1967-69

Erwin Mark

1981

Forster Rob

2006-09

Golder

2011-13

Eshelman W.

1944

Foster

1936-37

Goldschmidt John

G. S.

2010

1984, '86-87

Gilhool James

1925 2008-13

1996-99

Tim

2001

Espy

Brad

1995-96, '98

Fox Kevin 2016-pres.

Goldstein Lewis

1986

Essig

Sean

1986-87, '89

Fox

R. W. (Mgr.)

Goldsworthy, Jr. Thomas C.

1952-53

J. C.

1922

Etter Kevin

2007-10

Frank

Gorman Joseph

1965-67

Etter

Sean

2003-05

Franson William

1923-24 1966

Gotwals

1941-43

Ezratty

Steven P.

1974-75

Friedenberg David

1956

Goulding Mark

1979-82

Friedman

Stephen A.

1956

Grabenstetter Walter

1986-88

Fromkin

Robert S. 70

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Graham

James E.

Jay

1990, '92-94


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS 1971

Hayes

John L.

1948-49

Hood

Benjamin

1990-93

Graves Stephen

1986-89

Hayes

Thomas R.

1961-62

Horikawa

Herbert J.

1954-55

Greaney

Bryan J.

1978-79

Hegarty

L. C.

Houck

James P.

1956-57

Green

H. W.

2004-07

Houle

David

2000-03

1924, '26

House

W. B.

1925-26

Grant Richard

Green Philip Greenlee Thomas Gribbin Billy

1922

1930

Heim Patrick

1991

Helbig

1960

Helgeson Steve

1987

Houseworth Burt B.

Helgeson Stu

1984

Howells Derek

2002-05

1974

Huddles William

1965

1986

Hufnagel Yanni

2002

2010-11

W. H.

Griffin

E. F.

1928

Heller

Griffin

James M.

1956

Helpa Joseph

Jeffrey L.

Griffiths

P. W.

1921

Henderson

Earle H.

Gruver

J. A.

1926

Henderson

J. L.

Guariglia

Mark

1993

Henderson

J. Scott

1958-59 1942 1962, '64-65

I J Charles E.

Hughes John

1958 1949

Humphreys

Edward P.

1979-81

Hunter

Bill

1992-93

Guarton Gregory

1989-92

Henderson Stephen

Guitarre

Ryan

2013-16

Henjes Scott

Gurenlian

Gregory

2003-06

Henjes

Guterding

Joseph W.

1979-82

Henneghan Charley

2006-10

Gwynn

J. A.

1931-32

Henneghan

Danny

2010-13

Iafrate Frank

1964-65

1940-41

Iannetta

1948-49

H

Haas Jan Haberlin

C. F. (Mgr.)

Hackett

B. M.

Hagerman

John C.

Todd

Henning

W. D.

1980

Henry

J. B.

1929

Henry

John P.

1932

Jacober

1982-85

Hershner

Edwin L.

G. E.

1994-97 1936

Jacober Michael

2002-05

2003-06

Jacobs Scott

2006-08

1979-82

Janda

1959-60

1929

Herzer

Karl M.

1977-79

Jennings

1954-56

Hesch

M. J.

1932-33

Johnson Chris

1943-44

Hess

D. J.

1931

Hess

William E.

1914-15, ‘17

Hamas

S. V.

Hamel

Robert D.

Hamilton

D. D.

Hammer

C. R. (Mgr.)

Hammond

Richard W.

1958-60

Hanna

Richard C.

1950

Hannum

M. E.

Kevin

1998-2001

Gregory G.

Herzer Brian

C. K.

Richard J. W. J.

1995

1940

Johnson Johnson

Hill Kevin 2016-pres.

Johnson

Hilliard Ryan

1996-97

Johnson Scott

2006

1945

Himoff

1935-36

1986

Hinckel Toebe

1925-26

D. T.

Hinkle Richard

Jason

1921

1956-58

Peter C. Ronald

1999

Johnston

F. B.

1913

1960

Johnston

R. B.

1924

B. C.

1921

1995

Hoffman

C. F.

1921

Jones

Edward C.

Hoft

J. M.

1935-37

Jones

Elliott

2007-10

Jones

W. M.

D. E.

1913

C. W.

1935-36

Hogan Chris

Hassan

P. R.

1933

Hollenbach

William S.

Hassan, Jr.

J. S.

1932

Hollerbach John

Hastings

H. E.

1951-53

Jones

1943, '46-48 1986-89

1927

Holmes Edward

1998

Holmes Robert

1966-67 1999-2000

Hausner

Howard M.

1942-43

Holt Eric

Hay

James R.

1953-55

Hontz

L. H.

1963-65

Johnson Thomas

1941

Hasek, Jr.

1993-96

1944, '46-47

1995

Hockersmith Wayne L.

Harrower

Haswell Mike

1960-61 2015-pres.

1950-51

Hallowell

Harris Mike

James O.

Isenberg Chris Jackson

Hall

E. B. (Mgr.)

Irwin

1931

Herscha Michael

1994

1967-68 1990

Herring

Rocco M.

1951-52

Hermance Geoff

2001-04

1973-75

1997, '99-2001

Irmler Alex

Heppenstall J. M.

1996-99

Harris

Sean

1949-50

Hale Gregory

S. F.

Karl W.

Huss

Henry Richard

Haggerty Ryan

Harkins

Hurtzig, Jr.

1924-26

1998-2000

Hardesty Tom

1991 1983-86

Haggerty Kevin

Stuart A.

1966-68

Hughes

1958

1998-2001

Jones William Jordon

H. B.

Josefson

J. C.

1954 2003-04, '06 1931 2002-05 1915 1915

Joyce Kevin

2007-10

Jurman

1992-95

David L.

1935-37

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K

Kosanovich Bronco

1945-47

Locotos George

Kaczowka Henry

1966-67

Koth

George F.

1933-35

Lomady

Kaiser

K. C.

1929-30

Koth

O. R.

1929-30

Lombardi Billy

K. R.

1929-30

Kowalski

David P.

1970

1998-99

Kowalski

Peter A.

1975-78

Kaiser

Kaiser Todd Kane Kane

Kaplan Kappel Kastroll

Kaulfuss

F. E.

James E.

M. L.

Keegan

1930

Krause

1938-39

Kreinz Drake Kriebel

William

1992-93

Krombolz Stephen

E. J.

1933-34

Kuich

2011-14

Kupferberg Ian

Donald P.

Richard W.

1946

1996-99 2015-pres.

Bruce W.

Kennedy Devin

2014-pres.

T. E. F. C.

Lafferty

L

1950

Lorenz

Arthur L.

Lotz

J. H.

2008 1944, '47-48 1937

Robert A.

1947-50

Lower IV

Edward

1989-90

1991-94

Loy Matt

1989-91

Lunder William

1987-90

Lundmark

Stephen

1991 & ‘93

Lux

John R.

1948-49

Lynch Brian

1982-85

1923-24 Mabry Brian

2001-04

1972

LaGrow Joshua

2002-04

Mackrides Andrew

2005-08

2004-07

Laird Matt

2000

Mackrides Matthew

2009-12

Madden Devin

2007-08

1962

Lamela Dean

2012

Lamy Chris

1988

Lang Brooke Lasda

2004-07

2016-pres.

Riley

Kern Michael 1998-2001

Latimer

Kern, Jr.

H. F.

1942-43

Laurin

Kerwin

Kenneth D.

1945-47

Laverty James

Kessler

L. A. (Mgr.)

1943

LeChard

1996

Maddock

R. S.

1991-92

Magda

Richard

2012-13

Mahoney

Micheal P.

1978-79 1987-88

Warren E. (Mgr.)

1950

Mahrer

Stacey (Mgr.)

L. K.

1948

Main

J. B. (Mgr.)

1988-91

Makover

Peter

1954-55

Makover Richard

Allan P.

1944 1999, 2001-02

Kessler Philip

1985-86

Lee

C. V.

Maley

F. L.

Kiefer

M. R.

1927-28

Leedom

Andrew R.

1993-96

Mall

R. R. (Mgr.)

Kielar

W. A.

1990-93

Malloy Patrick

Kilfoil

J. F.

Killoren Chris

2007-10

2011-14

Kennedy Reed Kenney Adam

John

Long Joey

LaCrosse Tom

Kennedy James Kennedy Tom

1977-79 2014-pres.

Louis

1927

H. D.

Frederick C.

1916-17

1998-2001

Kutufaris Paul

1978-79

Keenan Ryan

1981

Andrew

1969-70

Keenan Kevin Kelly

Kranzley Steve

William M.

Kaut Austin Kay

1932

1959-60

Long, Jr.

1945-48

1929

1990-93 1984-87 1933, '35

M

1932

Lehman

Christopher

1935-36

Lehman

Steve

1995-98

Leuschner

F. H.

1920-21

Maloy

1948

1992-93, '95

1933

Maloney Lucas J. S.

1942 1965

2014-16 1917

Kimble

Reginald (Mgr.)

Levine

Jay R.

1974-75

Manley Pat

King

Aden A.

1993-96

Lewis

D. G.

1930-31

Maran

P. Marshall

King

Andrew D.

1994-97

Lewis David

1967

Marcus

Chris

1984-87

Lewis

H. H. (Mgr.)

1932

Markland

Francis S.

1995-98

Lewis

M. P.

1917

Marr Dan

2012

Martenis

1944

King David King David Kissell

Dean W.

Klein

Richard A.

1945, '47-49

Kleinman Randall Kline

G. E.

Koban Douglas Koch

R. J.

1953-55 1998-2001 1933-34 1982

Lewis Matt Lindenmuth E. J.

1931

F. P.

1989

1990-93 1957

Martin Gary

1981-84

Link Ryan

2009-12

Martocci

1972-73

Lion Thomas

1981-84

Marycz Mike

Lisko

1971-72

Maschal

W. D.

2008-11

Mass

Michael A.

Mathews

W. H.

Roy K.

1941-42

Lloyd Billy

Kolb Jordan

2006-09

Lloyd

J. S.

Koons

Robert W.

1995-96

2012-2015

1917

William D.

1995-96 1928 1975, '78 1915-16

1951-52

Lockhart

Andrew R.

1960-62

Matthews John

1967-69

Kopenhaver Jim

1980-82

Lockwood

C. H.

1941-43

Mauti

Richard D.

1975-77

Korte Todd

1995-98

Locotos

Frank N.

1954-56

May

Kurt A.

1973-74

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William

1983

Mayerhofer Don

1997-2000

Mayville Kenneth Mazza Nick

2002-04

M. M.

Millick

John A. (Mgr.)

Milliken, Jr.

H. E.

1930 1953 1943-44

O P

Ober

C. Brooke

1982-83

O’Brien

John A.

1968-70

Millspaugh Michael

1975

O’Brien Sean

2006-09

Minnich

S. B.

1929

O’Connor David

McAuliffe Kevin

1991

Mitchell

Charles W.

1974

Odenkirk

William D.

McBride

1937

Mitchell

Thomas B.

1942-43

O’Donnell

David

1996

Mitman

Joshua C.

1973

O’Donnell

Michael

1992, '94-95

Moconyi

Andrew S.

1959-60

O’Neill

Tommy

2013-2016

2016

Moen

Brian

1993, '95-96

Ogden

Thomas A.

1935

Moltisanti

Robert

McAleenan Ryan S. P. (Mgr.)

McCaffery Brian McCandless P. McClain Michel McClaren

W. L.

McCleary

John G.

McClung

J. H.

McCollough J. P. McCollough William E.

2014

Miller

1926-27, '29

1991 1985-88 1958 1993-96

1961

1993

Ogelsby

Luke

2000-03

Montgomery Jeffrey

1988-89

O’Keefe

Michael T.

1992-95

1936

Moore

Chad

1963-65

Olmstead

R. H.

1913-16

1914

Moorhouse

W. J.

1933

O’Malley Matthew

2001-04

1953

Morgan

C. C.

1947-48

1922-24

O’Rorke Timothy

1998

McCormick

Mike

1983-84

Morin Francois

1995-96

Owens Joseph

1950

McCoy

John P.

1968-70

Morris Duncan

1984-85

McCubbin

Mark E.

1971-73

Morriss VI

1994-97

Palmer

1961

McDermott

Bryan

1991-93

Morse Logan

1989-92

Panzer Kenneth

1958-59

Mortimer

McDonough William J. McDowell

C. C.

Samuel J.

1952

Passano

J. Hugh Lindsay

1979-82

1966, '68

Mosko Michael

1984-85

Paton Tom

McGarvey Ryan

2009-12

Moulthrop

H. K.

1932-34

Patterson Garry

1966-68

McGihon Robert

2000-01

Moylan

David C.

1992-93

McGinley Kevin McGinley

Sean

McGrath Mike

1916

James T.

1992 1983-86 1997-2000

1975-76

Patton

Mullen Ryan

2011-15

Patton Richard

Mulqueen Chris

2007-09

Patzer Eric

Mulqueen Matthew

2004-07

Paulin

Munhall

1913-14

Pauxtis Chris

1997

1989-90

Pawloski

Robert C.

1953

Pearl

John J.

McGuire

Robert K.

1974-77

McGuire

Timothy S.

1973, '75

McGuone James

1967-69

Murray

T. A.

McHugh, Jr. J. E.

1940-41

Myers

Erik

McKeever

1969-71

David V.

A. N.

Murphy Steve

N

2012-13

Louis

Naribetsky

1984-87

Nave Brendan

2011-12

Pecori

McKlveen

1927-28

Neffgen

Alfred V.

1970-72

Peddy Thomas

1930-32

Nehoda

John R.

1945, '47-49

Rodger S.

Edward J.

Pentz

Marianne (Mgr.)

1927 1988-91 1985

McPherson

R. M. (Mgr.)

1928

Nestor, Jr.

Perella

F. J.

Mears

Richard C.

1961

Neumann Dan

1990

Perry

Charles

Medico

Nancy E. (Mgr.)

1975

New David

2008

Perry Edmond

Meeker

George E.

Newbury

1940

Perry

Mehard

H. R.

1913-14

Nichols John

Meier

Louis A.

1960-62

Nissenbaum Scott

1962-64

Nolan

Meisel John Melson Chris

1946, '48

D. S.

John J.

1946-49

2004-07

Peck Tanner 2015-pres.

1988-91

McKeon Scott J. H.

2008-11 1992

1945-46, '48

1971 1962-63

1989-92

Pearsall Gilbert 1939

1966-68

Pearl Hunter 2015-pres.

McKelvey Paul

McMillen, Jr. W. W.

J.

1924

Michael

1964

1928-30 2000-02, '04

R. H.

2001-04 1928

Peters Josh

1994-97

Peters

1913-14

W. V.

Pfirman John Augustus D.

1946-47

1987

Northrop Jan

1998-2001

Pierce, Jr.

Merkel Erik

1994-95

Nowoswiat Jimmy

2016-pres.

Pieri Brian

1997

Meyer

H. N.

1937-39

Nusbaum Hank

1992

Pietrzak

1972

Miller

M. G.

1920-21

Nutter Christopher 1988-91

Steven R.

Pillion Michael

1950

1978-79

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Daniel R.

Piper

W. G.

1973, '75

Richards Michael

1942-43

Rickel Jason

Pitarra Adam

1997-98

Ridgway Conrad

2009-10

Schmitt Tom

Pittinger

G. R.

1942-43

Riddell

1940-41

Schneider

Plesser

Lee Ann (Mgr.)

1977-78

Ritchie Leonard

Poisson

Fred D.

Poley Josh Pollard Hamilton Pollock

Andrew

Pollock

F. R.

J. G.

1968-69

Schoepflin Robert

1967-69

1996

Ritter

James W.

1969-70

1940-42

Schooley

Robertson Ray

1986-88

Schoonmaker Alexander

Robeson

G. A.

Stuart W.

1934-36

Schoonmaker William F.

Robinson Ricky

2009-10

Schrader

1977

Rogers

Thomas C.

1972-74

Schreiner Will

1995-97

Rogers

W. H.

Rolewicz Michael

1984-85

Romanchuk D. J.

1994-97

Roper

Drew

Rosecrans

James E.

Q

2014-pres.

J. L.

1987 1971, '73-74

Schock David

Powell Diallo

Price

Ronald E.

1938-40

1915

Byron F.

1981-83

John

George E.

Portman Gregory

Price

1985-88

Schmitt

1934

P. H.

Prestreau Brian

1949

Schmitt James

Ritter

1996-99

Poole Jon Pope

1996

1946

1962, '64

Poon Derek

2012-15

Stephen H.

1917

Schuepp

Paul W.

1989-92

Schwartz

Kenneth A.

Schwin

Steve

1999

1991-94 1982-85 1961, '63 2015-pres. 1970-72 1973 1981, '83

2010-13

Scollins Trevor

1973, '75

Scott Brett

2005-08

Scout

Vance L.

1950-51

1958

Rosen David

1962

2016-pres.

1939-40

Ross Earl

2007-10

Seaman

C. D.

Pritchard David

1979-80

Ross

1942-43

Sebastian

John T.

1992-94

Pritchard

James E.

1977-78

Rossa Raymond

Seelig

Richard W.

1961-63

Pritchard

W. E.

1926-27

Rostmeyer

Richard C.

Seeman

Thomas A.

1956-57

Prizer

R. S.

1967 1951-53

1925

J. E.

1928-30

Rovder

Linda (Mgr.)

1982

Sesler, Jr.

A. E.

1943

Proksa

J. J.

1936-38

Rowe

J. R.

1922

Seubel

W. F.

1930

Rubin

S. M.

Quinn

Michael

1991, '93

Quinn Robert

1986-87

1945

Sexton Matt

1994

Shaffer

J. K.

Ruf Richard 1968-69

Shaffer

J. M.

1934

Rumbaugh

H. M.

Shaner

W. J.

1923-25

J. E.

Ruf Jason

1939

Radecic Matthew

2004-07

Rumbaugh

Raffensperger Paul J.

1950-51

Russo Rich

G. W.

Raiser Rall

Shank Ben

1981-84

Shankoff Matt

2008-11

Shanks

1925-26

1930

Rutherford

David

2014

Ryan

Anthony

1963, '65

Shannon Timothy

Michael N.

1960-61

Ryan

Mike

1987, '90

Sharp

Eugene

1983-86

J. N.

1933-34

Rainer Cole

Rathmell

Sabia Chris Martin (Mgr.)

1928-29

1934-36

S R

Rahauser

2013-pres.

1993

E. G. R. C.

Shea Brian

2016-pres.

1944

Sheffer

Dale E.

1997

1989 1938-40 2007-10 1951

Rattner George

1942

Sadock

Sheridan

E. A.

1937

Rauch Jeff

1997

Saler Morton

1940-42

Shiels

Roy (Mgr.)

1960

1950

Raymond

Burton E.

Saltsman Daniel

2004-07

Shorts

Brian T.

Recco

Edward A.

1977-79

Sampson Greg

2008-10

Shrucker

L. R.

Redding

Rodney J.

1970-71

Sanders

Donald J.

Reed

J. A.

1933-35

Sanders

TJ

Reed Reidy Reiling

James A.

1950-51, '54

Santo Anthony

K. F.

1931

Schaefer

1957

2013-16

Richard H.

2014

Sibson Bryan Siconolfi

Mark

1992-95 1917 1979-80 1993

Silberg

Stephen (Mgr.)

1967-68

1952-53

Silver

John L.

1969-71

Michael J. (Mgr.)

1973

Schaller Chris

1998-99

Silver

Scott M.

Reilly

T. S.

1930

Schiller Chris

1996-99

Silver

Stephen M.

1969-70

Repp

Paul H.

1975-77

Schilling Henry

1960

Simpson

A. G.

1936-38

Schmidt Patrick

2001

Singer

E. V.

1923-24

Rhodes Colby

2008

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Singley

M. E.

1941-42

Sjoholin-Sierchio Kristi (Mgr.)

Sturgis Shane

2011-14

Sullivan

Clifford F. Paul W.

1947

Smedley

Richard H.

1970-72

Sullivan

Smith

David

2002-03

Sutton Michael 2014-pres.

Smith

Irving T.

1947-48

Smith John Smith

L.

Smith Micah Smith

R. W.

Smith

Thomas C.

Smith, Jr.

F. R.

Snell, Jr.

Willard H.

Snively Snook

H. A.

1978-81

1920

Voight Randall

1966-68

Von Nessen John

2013-16

Vosburgh Colton

2008-11

Wacker Gregory

1964-66

Swanson

Robert P.

1959

1966

Swartz

Ronald A.

1970-71

1913

Swensen

James S.

1961

Walker

E. A.

1929

2005-06

Swensen

Richard

1960, '62

Walker

J. E.

1943

Szadziewicz John W.

1948-49

Walker

John R.

1917

Smith Richard

Vicker

T W

1981

1949

1944-45, '49

Ward Andrew

1951 2005

Tarr Jesse

2002-05

Ward

Stephen D.

1931-32

Taylor

Carey H.

1945-46

Wargo

Lawrence E.

1973

1956

Taylor

David

1980-83

Warner

J. H.

1921

N. R.

1937

Tedesco Vincent

1962-64

Warner Jim

J. A.

1936-38

Snyder Donald

1957 1946, '50

Temkovitz

C. A.

Tenhula

Arthur N.

Tesner, Jr.

Raymond J.

1942

1970-72

2009

Warner Matthew

2006-09

1946-47

Warren

Robert J.

1993-96

1973-75

Warsaw

Larry B.

1974-75

Snyder

Mervin A.

Sobel

Beverly (Mgr.)

1982

Thiel

David

1963-65

Washo David

Solomon

Stephen

2003

Thiel

Glenn F.

1964-66

Watkins

B. E.

1923

Souder

Larry E.

1974

Thomas

Alan E.

Spadacene

David

2012-13

Thomas

Augustus O.

Spencer

Howard A.

1961-63

Thompson

1978-80

Thompson Thorpe

R. J.

Spillane John Spillane Nick Spinelli

2016-pres.

Anthony

1988, '90

Sprenkle Richard

1964

1958

Watkins

Donald J.

1951

1947-49

Watkins

J. R.

1948

Joseph W.

1961

Watkins

R. M.

Larry W.

1975

Waynick David

1942

Weaver Waldo Weber

E. J.

1929-30

Torok

1927-29

Weber

H. C.

1931-32

1987

Weber

Robert E.

1933-35

T. T.

1929-30

Trapani Brian

Staropoli

Joseph

1980-83

Travis Tyler

Staub

Kenneth W.

1961-63

Traynor Tripp

John P.

1960

1952-53, '56-57

V

Trenz

James W.

Triolo Peter

Stern Brandon 2016-pres.

Trout

P. H.

Sternberg Ryne

2011-14

Trumper

Jerome J.

Stevens

1945-46

Trusal Lynn

Walter T.

Stillman Jon

1999-2000

Stimmel Andrew

2007

Stinger Sean

1987

Stolp Loren

1967

Tuleya

Raymond R.

2011-14

Webster David

2015-pres.

Weeden

Richard D.

1971-72

Weidner

Everett B.

2014-pres. 1921-22

Weinberg Kenneth Wellman Josh William R.

1924

B. W.

1957-59

Wentz

1979-82

Werner Matt

1999

Werner

Raymond F.

1978

Vallance Tony

1995-97

Wertz

C. F.

1920

Nathaniel

Whitaker

VanArsdale Max

Whitaker, Jr. J. R.

Stone

Jason C.

Stothoff Taylor Stuckey John

2005-08

1951

VanKirk Malcolm

Wieland

D. A.

1962

VanThof Kyle

2010-14

Wilcox

John H.

Veach John

1962-64

Wilhelm

T. G.

Verschell Jeffrey

1987-90

Wilke Tom

1958 2012-2015 2006-09

1925, '27

Turri William

Vallone Matthew 1998-2001

1988-89, '91

2015-2016 2006

1969-71

Edwin T.

1964

Wengrenovich Scott

2001-04

Robert

1954-55

1968

Donald S.

Strong

1958

Wendell

Stone

Strasberg

1965-66

1947

Stoltz Michael

Stoup James

1949

2006-09

J. N.

Steinmuller

1942 1987-90

Toner Michael

Stahley

Steinman Theodore

1997-2000

Ververelli

Peter J.

Vesco Savino

1990

1977

Wilkinson

David N.

1945

Wilkinson

F. M.

2003-06 1943, '48 1925 1950-51 1944 1981 1958-59 1924

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Kenneth F.

1991-94

Wilson

Harry E.

1923

Wilson

W. S.

1913

Winpenny III James B.

1958-59

Wolf

1947-48

James L.

Wolfram, Jr. Harold G. (Mgr.)

1950-52

Wood Eric Wood

1998-2001

William W.

1914-15

Worley James Wright Tommy

1949 2016-pres.

Wuenschel

O. B.

Wyszynski

Brandon

1993

Yaverbaum

Harry I. (Mgr.)

1957

Y Z

Yeager Cole Yerger Yocum

1938-39

2014

H. C.

1914-15

E. S.

1921-22

Yoder Carson 1998-2000 Young Chris

2015-16

Yoder

1992-93

Grant

Yohman John Yost

I. A.

1952 1922-24

Young Marc

2002-05

Youtz

1953-55

Yudin

Ronald M. J. D.

Zanone Joseph Zappia

Matthew

1940 1980 2000-03

Zichelli Thomas

2005-08

Ziegenfus

1941-42

William M.

Zimmerman, Jr. W. H.

Zittel Kyle

1932 2012-15

Bold indicates current student-athlete

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#2

#8

Grant Ament .................................2016-present Brian Prestreau ................................ 2014-2015 Travis Crane ..................................... 2012-2013 Jack Forster ..................................... 2008-2010 Matt Loy .....................................................2007 Matt Flannery ................................... 2005-2006 Ken Mayville ..................................... 2002-2004 Sean Huss ....................................... 1997-2000 Dan Chisholm .................................. 1995-1996 Ken Wille .......................................... 1993-1994 Jamie Morse .................................... 1989-1992 Jeff Connor....................................... 1987-1988 Eugene Rall ...................................... 1983-1986 Joe Guterding .................................. 1979-1982 Jim Catalano .................................... 1976-1978 Scott Garonzik ................................. 1974-1975 Bill Giacalone .............................................1973 Paul Schuepp................................... 1970-1972

TJ Connellan .......................................... present Josh Wellman.................................. 2015-2016 Cole Yeager ................................................2014 Conor Baucum................................ 2011-2013 Rob Forster ...................................... 2007-2010 John Eremus.................................... 2002-2006 Ted Holmes ...................................... 2000-2001 Chris Schiller ..............................................1998 Matt Lewis ....................................... 1994-1997 Brian Meon ................................................1993 Scott Nissenbaum .....................................1992 Dan Brandt ...................................... 1988-1991 Bob Quinn ........................................ 1986-1987 Steve Budd ...................................... 1982-1985 Dave Owens.............................................. 1981 Lu Morse ....................................................1980 Tim Bacon ....................................... 1977-1979 Karl Herzer .................................................1976 Jim McGuone .................................. 1968-1969

#3

Mac O'Keefe .......................................... present Tommy O'Neill .................................. 2015-2016 Shane Sturgis ................................... 2012-2014 Billy Lloyd ......................................... 2008-2011 Brian Boyle ....................................... 2005-2007 Ben Cusson..................................... 2001-2005 T.J Morton ..................................................2000 Mike Hasell .................................................1999 Brendan Aarons ............................... 1995-1998 J.T Sebastian ................................... 1992-1994 Chris Nutter ...................................... 1988-1991 Bill Cawly ....................................................1987 Mark Saba .................................................1984 Marc Comegna ..........................................1983 Doug Balley ...................................... 1981-1982 William Curran.................................. 1979-1980 Bill Curran ........................................ 1977-1978 Karl Herzer .................................................1976 Don Braun ........................................ 1974-1975 Ed Abramczyk ............................................1973 Don Stone ....................................... 1969- 1970

Chris Isenberg ...............................2015-present Erik Myers...................................................2014 Drew Roper ...................................... 2010-2013 Steve Rastivo............................................. 2009 Andrew Stimmel .........................................2007 Chris Campbell ................................ 2005-2006 Charlie Perry ..................................... 2000-2004 Hamilton Pollard (.............................. 1996-1999 Chris Johnson ............................................1995 Alex Schoonmaker ........................... 1991-1994 Jay Graham ...............................................1990 Stevve Graves .................................. 1987-1989 Tod Henjes ....................................... 1983-1986 Jeff Gary .....................................................1982 John Coyle................................................. 1981 John McNichol ...........................................1980 Walt Buechele ............................................1977 Dan Pinkerton .................................. 1973-1976 Mike GcGinnis ............................................1971 Ken Edwards ................................... 1968-1970

#5

Kevin Hill .......................................2016-present Nick Mazza ................................................2014 Riley Lasda ....................................... 2012-2013 Alex Garrity ....................................... 2008-2011 Alex Cocoziello ...........................................2007 Drew Adams ..............................................2006 Drew Ward .................................................2005 Brett Queener ............................................2004 Matt Zappia ...................................... 2002-2003 Mike Herscha ................................... 1998-2001 Greg Jackson ................................... 1994-1997 Craig Driver ...................................... 1990-1993 Al Born .......................................................1989 Jim Schmitt ...................................... 1985-1988 Rich Russo ....................................... 1981-1984 Pete McGuire .............................................1980 Michael Pillion..............................................1979 Fred Lomady .................................... 1976-1978 Jamie Kitchen ............................................1975 Mark McCubbin............................... 1971-1973 Rich Grant ..................................................1970 Bob Schoepflin ................................ 1968-1969

#6

Ryan Keenan................................ 2016-present Taylor Stothoff .................................. 2014-2015 Danny Henneghan ........................... 2011-2013 John Andress ................................... 2007-2010 Kieth Benjamin ................................. 2004-2006 Chris Garity...................................... 2000-2003 Kevin Keenan ................................... 1996-1999 Raffaele Chiodo ................................ 1994-1995 Aden King ..................................................1993 Hank Nusbaum ..........................................1992 Phil Green ..................................................1991 Reagan Beck ................................... 1989-1990 Sean Stinger ..............................................1987 Chris Catalano ...........................................1986 Andy Fisher ................................................1984 Eph Humphreys ............................... 1980-1981 Steve Ezratty .................................... 1975-1976 Bob Cohen ...................................... 1970-1973

Tanner Peck ..................................2016-present Michael Richards .............................. 2012-2015 Joe Britt ........................................... 2007-2010 Elliot Jones ....................................... 2004-2005 David Smith ...................................... 2002-2003 Eric Wood ........................................ 1998-2001 Andy King ........................................ 1994-1997 Chris Lehman ................................... 1990-1993 Tim Shannon ..............................................1989 Art Berry ........................................... 1985-1988 Ken D'Ortone ................................... 1983-1984 Bob Campbell .................................. 1980-1982 John Devine ...............................................1977 Pete Ververelli .............................................1974 Larry Wargo............................................... 1973 Jim Trenz .......................................... 1971-1972 Bill Martocci ...............................................1970

Matt Florence ................................2015-present Tyler Travis ........................................ 2010-2014 Matt Warner ..................................... 2006-2009 Bubba Scott ...............................................2005 Matt O'Malley ................................... 2001-2004 Wes Furchner ................................... 2000-1997 Jason Brennan ................................. 1994-1996 Ace Callaway .............................................1993 Scott Bailer ...................................... 1989-1992 Dave O'Connor ................................ 1986-1988 Tom Florence ................................... 1982-1985 Dave Pritchard ............................... 19781-1981 Pete Kowalski.............................................1978 Rich Gruen .................................................1977 Jamie Kitchen ............................................1976 Dave Bock .................................................1975 Kurt May .......................................... 1972-1973 Mark Curtin ................................................1971 Dick Starkey ...............................................1970 Hank Kaczowka .........................................1968

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Nick McEvoy ......................................... present Ryan Guittare .................................. 2014-2016 Jack Forster .................................... 2011-2013 Chris Mulqueen ............................... 2006-2009 Chris Courteau .........................................2005 Edmond Perry .................................. 2001-2004 Scott Berkheimer .......................................2000 Don Mayerhofer ............................... 1997-1999 Aden King ........................................ 1994-1996 Will Kastroll .................................................1993 Raffaele Chiodo ..........................................1992 Paul McKelvey ........................ 1988,1990-1991 Sean O'Brien ..............................................1989 Mike Ryan ..................................................1987 Marc Baskin ...............................................1986 Henry Celement .........................................1985 Tom Lion .......................................... 1981-1984 Jan Haas ....................................................1980 Pete Kowalski .................................. 1975-1977 Scott Garonzik ...........................................1973 Rod Redding ..............................................1971 Dan Smith ..................................................1970 Andy Meyers ..............................................1968

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Tyler Butler ....................................2015-present Kyle VanThof.................................... 2011-2014 Greg Sampson ................................. 2008-2010 John Fiori ...................................................2007 Scott Gehnrich ................................. 2003-2006 Michael Kern .................................... 1998-2001 Chris Cochran ............................................1997 Bill Dwyer......................................... 1993-1996 Mike Rolewicz .................................. 1989-1992 John Dougherty..........................................1988 Marty Coyle ...................................... 1984-1985 Brooke Ober .................................... 1981-1983 Sandy Ruperecht........................................1976 Jeff Heller ......................................... 1974-1975 Jay Blatter ........................................ 1972-1973 Tom Johnston ............................................1971 Steve Silver ................................................1970 Tom Gorman ..............................................1967 Joe Gorman ...............................................1965 Greg Wecker ..............................................1964 William Hess ..............................................1958 James Griffin .................................... 1955-1956 James Hay..................................................1953 Jay Stone ......................................... 1950-1951

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Nick Spillane................................ 2016 -present James Chakey................................. 2013-2016 Greg Brown ................................................2011 Charley Henneghan ......................... 2008-2010 Matt Mulqueen ................................. 2004-2007 Elliot Jones .................................................2003 Patrick Schmidt ................................ 2001-2002 Matt Laird ...................................................1999 Tolleison Morriss ............................... 1994-1997 Bob Moltisanti.............................................1993 Kevin McAullife ...........................................1991 Bill Lunder ........................................ 1988-1990 Tom Schmitt ...............................................1987 Henry Clement ...........................................1984 Dave Taylor ...................................... 1983-1981 Paul Taylor ..................................................1980 Jack Barry ........................................ 1974-1977 Ron Schneider ...........................................1973 Steve Ward ...................................... 1970-1971 Al Dreeland ....................................... 1967-1969 Frank Iafrate ...............................................1965 Andy Pollock...............................................1964 James Winpenny .......................................1958 Morton Marsh ............................................1957

Matt Donnelly................................ 2016-present Kyle Baier ......................................... 2012-2015 Matt Bernier ..................................... 2008-2011 Justin Chinich .............................................2007 Rob Forster ................................................2006 Mike Jacober ................................... 2002-2005 Randy Kleinman ............................... 1998-2001 Diallo Powell ..................................... 1994-1997 Andy Leedom ............................................1993 Greg Guarton ................................... 1989-1992 Chip Robertson ................................ 1985-1988 John Schmitt .................................... 1981-1982 Dave Eicher ...................................... 1978-1980 Mike Kurtz ..................................................1977 Larry Warshaw ................................. 1975-1976 Scott Silver .................................................1972 Lance Silver ...................................... 1970-1971 Ray Rossa ..................................................1967 Bill Franson ...................................... 1965-1966 John Meisel ................................................1964 Fred Simon ................................................1961 Harry Brown ...............................................1958 Thomas Seeman ........................................1957 Edward Jones ............................................1953 Vance Scout ...............................................1951

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Dylan Foulds .................................2016-present Billy Lombardi .................................. 2014-2015 Erik Myers ..................................................2013 Dave Baker...................................... 2011-2012 Danny Henneghan .....................................2010 Drew Adams .................................... 2007-2009 Ryan Curtin.................................................2006 Sean Etter ........................................ 2003-2005 Sean Droogan .................................. 2000-2002 Jan Northrop.................................... 1998-1999 Brian Moen ...................................... 1994-1996 Pete Makover................................... 1990-1993 John Hollerbach ............................... 1986-1989 Grant Gonino .............................................1985 Jeff Gary .....................................................1983 Bob Dunworth ............................................1982 John Farrell...................................... 1978-1981 Alan Davis ..................................................1977 Michael Carp ..............................................1976 Lenny Scioscia................................. 1972-1975 Dave Kowalski .................................. 1970-1971 Fred Fergueson ................................ 1966-1968 John Rogers ..............................................1965 Paul Diehl ...................................................1964 William McDonough ...................................1958 Donald Snyder ...........................................1957 Bob Bullock ..................................... 1955-1956 Alan Watkins ..............................................1954 James DeVoe .............................................1953 William Forrest ............................................1951 Raymond Burton ........................................1950

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Robby Black................................. 2016-present Anthony Santo ...........................................2014 Tim Golder ....................................... 2011-2013 Brian Shea ....................................... 2007-2010 Elliot Mills ......................................... 2005-2006 Greg Hale ......................................... 2001-2004 D.J. Romanchuk.............................. 1999-2000 Tim Eldridge ..................................... 1995-1998 Scott Dede................................................. 1990 Jim Laverty....................................... 1988-1989 Lewis Goldstein ..........................................1987 George Connor ................................ 1982-1985 Tom Wile ....................................................1981 Mark Gelsomini ..........................................1980 Keith McGuire.................................. 1975-1978 Jim Clouser ...................................... 1971-1973 Chris Alex ...................................................1970 Loren Stolp ...................................... 1967-1968 Bill Huddles ...................................... 1965-1966 Henry Schilling ...........................................1958 Richard Angell ............................................1957 Byron Levan ...............................................1956 Paul Trimmer ..............................................1951


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Matt Sexton........................................... present James Burke.............................................. 2016 Connor Darcey................................. 2013-2015 Bill Davis ........................................... 2010-2011 Colby Rhodes .................................. 2008-2009 Kevin Etter ..................................................2007 Nate Whitaker .................................. 2003-2006 Will Driscoll ....................................... 2001-2002 David Washo .................................... 1997-2000 Andy Leedom .................................. 1994-1996 Jay Graham ..................................... 1992-1993 Paul Fisher ....................................... 1988-1991 Dave King ....................................... 1984--1987 Mike Brone .................................................1983 Mark Goulding................................. 1980-1982 Mike Mass ........................................ 1975-1977 Al Neffgen ........................................ 1970-1972 Bob Holmes ...............................................1966 John Henderson ........................................1964 Steven Friedman .............................. 1954-1957 Bernard Henderson ....................................1951 Phillip Benedetti .........................................1950

#17

Mike Aronow................................. 2015-present AJ Carfora.................................................. 2013 Matt Shankoff ................................... 2008-2011 Bill Farrell.......................................... 2001-2003 Tom Johnson .............................................2000 Ben Shank .................................................1997 Dave O'Donnell................................ 1993-1996 Kevin McGinley ..........................................1992 Paul Kutufaris ................................... 1989-1991 Steve Helgeson.......................................... 1987 Sean McGinley ................................. 1983-1986 Ken Panzer ...................................... 1979-1982 Rich Keegan.............................................. 1976 Charley Mitchell.......................................... 1975 Ken Boecker .................................... 1971-1972 Steele Dwoner........................................... 1970 Steve Paxson............................................. 1968 Jim McGuone............................................ 1967 Raymond Bostock .....................................1957 Don Bostock ..............................................1956 Jeffery Bostock.......................................... 1955 Charles Stone............................................ 1953

#18

Lucas Maloney................................. 2014-2016 Sammy Davis............................................. 2013 Erik Myers.................................................. 2012 John Brelus...................................... 2009-2011 Dan Saltsman.................................. 2004-2007 Rich Magada.................................... 1999-2003 Ted Holmes ................................................1998 Mike Abell ........................................ 1995-1997 Ed Mansouri ..................................... 1992-1993 Geoff Hermance .........................................1990 Tom Kennedy ................................... 1987-1988 Doug Collins............................................... 1986 Jay Starapoli .................................... 1981-1982 Bob Cooper ..................................... 1975-1977 Rich Grant ........................................ 1971-1972 Deg Carroll .................................................1969 Joe Gorman..................................... 1966-1967 Dave Lewis ................................................1965 Pat Malloy ..................................................1964 Alfred Fuast ................................................1957

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Will Schreiner................................ 2015-present Austin Kaut ...................................... 2011-2014 Chris Hogan ..................................... 2007-2010 Will Jones ......................................... 2002-2005 Kevin Haggerty................................. 1998-2001 Ryan Hilliard ..................................... 1996-1997 Toebe Kinckle .............................................1995 Steve Lundmark......................................... 1993 Ken Wille.................................................... 1992 Sean O'Brien ..............................................1991 Sean Clifton ................................................1990 Jeff Montgomery .............................. 1988-1989 John Dougherty......................................... 1987 Dennis Curran.................................. 1982-1985 Joe Zannone.................................... 1980-1981 Gary Alex ......................................... 1975-1977 Gary Lambert................................... 1973-1974 Mike McGinnis ...........................................1972 Glen Cunningham...................................... 1971 John O'Brien .................................... 1968-1970 Dick Sprenkle .............................................1964 Richard Bullock.......................................... 1958 Chrales Calson ...........................................1957 Glenn Fiscus.............................................. 1956 Albert Brahm ..............................................1955 Bill McCollough ..........................................1953 A.D. Pierce .................................................1950

#20

Hunter Pearl.................................. 2015-present Steven Bogert .................................. 2011-2014 Matt Loy ........................................... 2008-2010 Gil Pearsall ....................................... 2004-2007 David Houle ..................................... 2000-2003 Mattt Werner ..............................................1999 Mike Haswell ..............................................1998 Mike Gagliano .................................. 1994-1997 J.J. Pearl .......................................... 1989-1992 Peter Hatton ...............................................1988 Chris Melson ..............................................1987 Steve Graves ..............................................1986 John Coyle ....................................... 1982-1984 Jim Wrona ..................................................1981 Karl Herzer ....................................... 1977-1979 Tim McGuire .................................... 1973-1975 Rick Smedley ................................... 1970-1972 Regis Cleary ..................................... 1967-1968 Joe Cimochowski .......................................1966 Dave Theil ..................................................1965 John Meisel ................................................1963 Earle Henderson ........................................1958 Glenn Fiscus ..............................................1957 John Flynn .................................................1954 Goerge Bickelhaupt ...................................1953 Anthony Eagle .................................. 1950-1952

#21

Michel McClain ...........................................2016 Jack Donnelly ................................... 2012-2015 Billy Gribbin ...................................... 2010-2011 Ryan McAleenan .............................. 2006-2009 Josh LaGrow................................... 2002-2005 Matt Zappia...................................... 2000-2001 John Chescavage ............................ 1996-1999 Erik Merkel....................................... 1994-1995 Mark Guariglia ............................................1993 Brooke Lang.............................................. 1992 Pete Chadwick ................................. 1989-1991 Willie Dreyfus.................................... 1987-1988 Brian Lynch ...................................... 1982-1985 Steve Kranzley........................................... 1981 Tim Bacon .................................................1980 Bill Abriel.......................................... 1972-1974 Bob Fromkin .................................... 1970-1971 Dave Shock ..................................... 1967-1969 Paul Diehl ...................................................1966 Scott Henderson ........................................1965 David Theil .................................................1964 Howie Spencer ..........................................1963 Fred Donahoe .................................. 1957-1958 Thomas Seeman .............................. 1955-1956 John Cranos ..............................................1954 James Dean ...............................................1953 William Cowen ...........................................1951 Joseph Owens ...........................................1950

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Brian Prestreau............................. 2016-present Pat Manley ....................................... 2012-2015 Colton Vosburgh.............................. 2008-2011 Devin Kennedy................................. 2004-2007 RJ Charles ....................................... 2000-2003 Tom Johnson .............................................1999 Tim O'Rorke............................................... 1998 Brad Espy........................................ 1995-1996 Bill Adolph ........................................ 1992-1994 Jim Laverty........................................ 1990-1991 Scott Dede....................................... 1988-1989 Doug Collins............................................... 1985 John Crucio ...............................................1983 Stu Hall ......................................................1982 Jim Cox ............................................ 1980-1981 Mike Millspaugh......................................... 1976 Bill Abriel ....................................................1975 Ken Boecker ..............................................1973 Jeff Crowley..................................... 1971-1972 Tom Yusavage ............................................1970 Rick Ruf ........................................... 1968-1969 Rob Holmes ...............................................1967 Glenn Theil ....................................... 1964-1966 John Behne ...................................... 1957-1958 Frank Loctos.................................... 1954-1956 Daniel Grove ..............................................1951

Tyler Chambers .............................2016-present Ryan Mullen..................................... 2011-2015 Conrad Ridgway.............................. 2009-2010 Scott Jacobs .................................... 2006-2008 Micah Smith ...............................................2005 Mike Ball.................................................... 2004 Rob Booth ....................................... 2000-2003 Greg Demos.............................................. 1999 Todd Korte....................................... 1995-1998 Jack Clough ............................ 1991,1993-1994 Dave Waynick.................................. 1987-1990 Greg Portmann ................................ 1984-1985 Rob Cooke ....................................... 1980-1983 Rich Mauti.......................................... 1975-197 Bill Martocci..................................... 1971-1973 Jay McCoy....................................... 1968-1970 Mike Passano............................................ 1966 Pat Malloy.................................................. 1965 Dave Theil ..................................................1963 Michael Beattie ...........................................1957 Paul Stones................................................ 1956 Gerald Koons .............................................1955 Richard Schaefer .............................. 1951-1953 Larry Atkinson............................................ 1950

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Chris Sabia.................................... 2016-present Ryan Keenan............................................. 2015 Tom LaCrosse .................................. 2011-2014 Anthony Basciano ............................ 2007-2010 Greg Gurenlian ................................. 2003-2006 Tim Emmick ..................................... 1998-2002 Chris Schiller .................................... 1996-1997 Mike O'Donnell ........................ 1992,1994-1995 Steve Krombolz.......................................... 1991 Tod Lower ........................................ 1989-1990 Rich Makover ................................... 1984-1987 Pat Dwyer ..................................................1983 Bill Turri............................................. 1981-1982 Peter Ververelli .................................. 1976-1978 Kevin Campbell ..........................................1975 Steve Pietrzal .............................................1973 Bruce Kelly .................................................1972 Ron Swartz ...................................... 1970-1971 John Haberman .........................................1969 Dick Patton ................................................1968 Greg Wacker .................................... 1965-1966 Roger Doumar ...........................................1963 Richard Weeden........................................ 1958 Kent Chesnut .............................................1957 James Houck ................................... 1955-1956 Jack Solomon.............................................1954 Richard Rostmeyer .......................... 1951-1953 Joe Drazenovich ........................................1950

Tommy Wright ...............................2016-present James Burke.................................... 2013-2015 Ryan Link ......................................... 2009-2012 Tommy Zichwlli ................................. 2005-2008 BJ Donovan ..................................... 2002-2004 Mason Goodhand...................................... 2001 Brendan DeBow .........................................2000 Ryan Haggerty ................................. 1996-1999 Mike Harris .................................................1995 Bill Hunter ........................................ 1992-1993 Ken Wille ....................................................1991 Jeff Verschell.................................... 1987-1990 Dave O'Connor ..........................................1985 Andy Daniels.............................................. 1983 Doug Koban ...............................................1982 Gary DeCock ................................... 1980-1981 Rick Boyle.................................................. 1975 Tom Rogers ..................................... 1972-1973 Dave McKeever................................ 1969-1972 Dale McElhaney .........................................1968 Hank Kaczowka .........................................1967 Dusan Bratic ..............................................1966 John Barie ..................................................1965 John Veach....................................... 1963-1964 Ed Landis ...................................................1963 Dick Seelig................................................. 1962 Rich Hammond ..........................................1958 Don Bostock.............................................. 1957 John Epenshade.............................. 1951-1952 John Long ..................................................1950

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Matthew Fisher ...................................... present Matt Sexton..................................... 2014-2016 Nick Dolik......................................... 2010-2013 Joey Long.................................................. 2008 Pat Heim .......................................... 2004-2007 Marshall Feldman ............................. 2000-2003 Todd Kaiser ...................................... 1998-1999 Dave Daniecki.................................. 1994-1997 Bill Adolph ..................................................1993 Todd Busza...................................... 1989-1992 Chris Dent........................................ 1986-1988 Stu Helgeson............................................. 1985 Chris Belden ..............................................1983 Brian Herzer ...............................................1982 Joe Kneser .................................................1981 Paul Repp ........................................ 1975-1978 Josh Mitman .................................... 1973-1974 Steve Mitchell ................................... 1971-1972 Dreux Daumer ............................................1970 Steve Silver ...................................... 1968-1969 Dave Lewis ...................................... 1966-1967 Ken Weinberg.................................. 1964-1965 Al Gifford.................................................... 1963 Ron Rosen .................................................1962 William Odenkirk ........................................1958 John Steinmuller ........................................1957 Fred Donahue ............................................1956 Benjamin Lentz ................................ 1954-1955 Robert Pawleski ............................... 1951-1953

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Barrett Sutley......................................... present Drew Petkevich.......................................... 2016 Jordan LaTendresse................................... 2013 Ryan McGarvey............................... 2009-2012 Dave Erwin .................................................2008 Brendan De Bow .............................. 2002-2003 Jan Northrop.................................... 2000-2001 Chris Schaller (.................................. 1998-1999 Josh Peters...................................... 1994-1997 Mike Patton ...................................... 1992-1993 Kevin McGinley ..........................................1991 Jeff Feen .......................................... 1987-1990 Mark Erwin .................................................1982 Dean Coder............................................... 1981 John Spillane ..............................................1980 Dave Moylan .................................... 1975-1976 Rich Carvella ..............................................1973 Roy Lisko ......................................... 1970-1972 Lance Silver ................................................1969 Phil Kennett................................................ 1968 Paul Gordon ...............................................1967 John Ballinger............................................ 1966 Matt Dunne ................................................1965 Chuck Notar ...............................................1963 David Harrington ........................................1958 Russel Boviard........................................... 1957 David Arnold ..............................................1953 William Cowen ................................. 1951-1952 Edward Belfield...........................................1950


2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE ALL-TIME JERSEY NUMBERS #28 #30 Jack Rusbuldt........................................ present Nick Spillane ..............................................2016 Tanner Peck ...............................................2015 Kessler Brown .................................. 2011-2014 Earl Ross.......................................... 2009-2010 Andrew Mackrides ........................... 2005-2008 Luke Ogelsby ................................... 2002-2003 Marshall Feldman....................................... 2001 Don Mayhofer ............................................2000 Ted Holmes ................................................1999 Matt Copeland ................................. 1995-1998 Ben Hood ........................................ 1992-1993 Anthony Spinelli ................................ 1988-1991 Stu Helgeson................................... 1984-1985 Tim Flanagan ................................... 1980-1981 Gary Lambert .............................................1975 Ken Schwartz .......................... 1973-1974,1976 Eric Patzer ........................................ 1970-1971 Gaylen Godbey ..........................................1969 Glynn Griffin ................................................1968 Tom Clougherty ..........................................1965 Spencer Howard ........................................1962 Alfred Faust ................................................1958 Russell Bovaird ..........................................1957 Barry White................................................ 1956 Chris Kuebler .............................................1956 Winefred Doederlein .................................. 1955) Edwin Herring .................................. 1950-1951

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Conor Smith ........................................... present TJ Sanders........................................ 2013-2016 Reed Kennedy ...........................................2012 Shane Sturgis............................................. 2011 Alex Gannett.............................................. 2010 John Brelus................................................ 2008 Rob Shrader.............................................. 2006 Mike Bailey....................................... 2002-2005 Mike McGrath.................................. 1997-2000 Jason Johnson................................ 1993-1996 Joel Brous........................................ 1989-1992 Willie Dreyfus.............................................. 1985 Brian Trapani ..............................................1984 Henry Clement ...........................................1983 John Curcio............................................... 1982 John Harrison............................................. 1981 Mike Sierchio.................................... 1977-1978 Mike Millspaugh......................................... 1975 Joe Carlozo...................................... 1973-1974 Bernie Farrell.................................... 1970-1972 Randy Voigt...................................... 1967-1968 Roland Panis.............................................. 1966 John Cross ................................................1965 David Webster........................................... 1964 Pat Malloy.................................................. 1963 Ken Staub.................................................. 1962 Ron Miller....................................................1961 Richard Hinkle............................................ 1958 William Odenkirk........................................ 1957 Harry Brown............................................... 1956 Roy Fuiman................................................ 1951

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Drew Ryan .................................................2016 Kyle Zittel ......................................... 2012-2015 Greg Brown....................................... 2008-2010 JT Farcosky ..................................... 2004-2007 Kieth Benjamin.................................. 2002-2003 David Crist..................................................1999 Jason Rickel................................................1996 Alex Irmler...................................................1994 Bryan McDermott.............................. 1992-1993 Ted Peddy......................................... 1988-1991 Brian Trapani...............................................1987 Bill Shoonmaker................................ 1982-1985 Bill Brubach....................................... 1980-1981 Duane Semcken.........................................1976 Buddy Tesner.................................... 1973-1975 Wayne Menzak...........................................1972 Vic Rossi.....................................................1971 Bill Kappell..................................................1970 John Matthews...........................................1969 Chuck Farrell...............................................1965 Vince Tedesco.............................................1964 John Veach.................................................1963 Jim Bruce....................................................1961 Richardson Jonda.......................................1958 James Houck..............................................1957 Richard Hannah..........................................1950

Dean Lamela................................. 2016-present Bryan Gerrato .................................. 2012-2014 Dave Baker ................................................2010 Bill Davis .....................................................2009 Bubba Scott ..................................... 2006-2009 Jesse Tarr ......................................... 2002-2005 Travis Glennon........................................... 2000 Sean Droogan ............................................1999 Brian McCaffrey .........................................1996 Mike O'Keefe ................................... 1992-1995 Paul Gilhool ...................................... 1988-1991 Willie Dreyfus ..............................................1986 Tony Gerrato ........................... 1984-1985,1987 Mark Riesenfeld .........................................1982 Kevin Curran .................................... 1980-1981 Bob Buckhorn .................................. 1977-1978 Rich Caravella .................................. 1975-1977 Jim Rosecrans ................................. 1973-1974 Mike Passano .................................. 1967-1968 Dick Bicknell ...............................................1966 Ron Johnson............................................. 1965 Lou Paulin ..................................................1963 Raymond Tuleya .............................. 1957-1958 James Fulton ................................... 1950-1951

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Tripp Traynor .................................2015-present Ryne Sternberg................................ 2011-2014 Kevin Etter ........................................ 2008-2010 Charley Henneghan......................... 2006-2007 Marc Young...................................... 2001-2005 Mike Costa....................................... 1999-2000 Adam Pitarra .................................... 1997-1998 Dave Jurman .................................... 1992-1995 Brooke Lang ..............................................1991 Mike Ryan.................................................. 1990 Tim Conway..................................... 1986-1989 Evan Gekas................................................ 1985 Gary Martin ...................................... 1981-1984 Porter May................................................. 1980 Jim Rosecrans ...........................................1975 Max Creasy....................................... 1967-1968 Tony Ryan.................................................. 1965 Dick Bauerle ...............................................1964 Ron Rosen .................................................1963 Jim Stoup ..................................................1962 Burt Houseworth ........................................1958 Donald Sanders .........................................1957 David Friedenburg ............................ 1955-1955 Harold Wolfram ................................ 1950-1952

Kevin Fox...................................... 2016-present Steve Aitken ..................................... 2011-2014 JJ Elmer ........................................... 2007-2010 John Delanoy............................................. 2005 Yanni Hufnagel ...........................................2002 Carson Yoder ................................... 1999-2001 Jeff Rauch ..................................................1997 Steve Lehman .................................. 1992-1995 Ben Hood ........................................ 1990-1991 Paul McKelvey ...........................................1989 Jim Gilhool ....................................... 1987-1988 Scott McKeon .................................... 1984-198 Vic Kelly .....................................................1982 Mark Erwin ....................................... 1980-1981 Michael Pillion..............................................1978 Jay Levine ..................................................1975 Kevin Campbell ................................ 1973-1974 Druex Daumer ............................................1971 Stu Schooley ..............................................1970 John Matthews ................................ 1967-1968 Andy Pollock ..............................................1963 John Urish ..................................................1961 Don Tinsam ................................................1958 Harry Brown ...............................................1957 Francis Markland ........................................1956 Glenn Fiscus ..............................................1955 Wayne Hockersmith ......................... 1951-1953 Jim Case ....................................................1950

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2017 PENN STATE MEN’S LACROSSE ALL-TIME JERSEY NUMBERS #34 #37 Colby Kneese ......................................... present John Cugini ...................................... 2012-2013 Conor Baucum.......................................... 2010 John Stuckey ................................... 2006-2009 Brian Mabry..................................... 2001-2004 Will Driscoll ....................................... 1999-2000 Dave King ........................................ 1995-1998 Phil Kessler...................................... 1985-1986 Mike McCormick.............................. 1983-1984 Jim Kopenhaver ............................... 1980-1982 Bruce Ebersold ..........................................1969 Bruce Horowitz ..........................................1968 Bob D'Andrade ..........................................1967 Chad Moore............................................... 1965 Bill Charron ................................................1963 Richard Dill .................................................1958 Dan Rees................................................... 1957 John Walker ..................................... 1951-1952

Mitch Schaefer........................................ present Tommy O'Niell.................................. 2013-2014 Mike Vandegrift ..........................................2009 Graham Bonner .........................................2001 Jon Stillman ..................................... 1999-2000 Derek Poon ...................................... 1995-1997 Jim Gilhool .................................................1986 Jeff Connor................................................ 1984 Ron Metzger.............................................. 1970 Ron Johnson............................................. 1964 Matt Dunne................................................ 1963 Grove Elder................................................ 1958 Edward Brittain........................................... 1957 William Smith............................................. 1954 John Steinmuller ........................ 1953, 1955-56 Thomas Goldsworthy ....................... 1951-1952

#35

Drake Kreinz ..................................2013-present Alex Gannett ..............................................2009 Earl Ross.......................................... 2007-2008 Kevin Hershner................................. 2004-2006 Tony Vallance ...................................(1996-1997 Jeff More.................................................... 1983 Ed Recco ......................................... 1976-1979 Brent Mertz ................................................1970 Stan Brittingham.............................. 1968-1969 Steve Yost.................................................. 1967 Jack Smith....................................... 1965-1966 Chad Morre................................................ 1964 Fred Simon ................................................1963 Alan Thomas.............................................. 1958 Francis Markland........................................ 1957 Willard Snell ................................................1956 Lucien Girard ..............................................1953 Don Watkins..................................... 1950-1951

Dan Craig ......................................2014-present Talal Alvie ....................................................2013 Brendan Nave .................................. 2011-2012 Jordan Kolb ..................................... 2006-2009 Ian Kpuferberg ................................. 1998-2001 Francois Morin ...........................................1996 Jim Degnan ...................................... 1984-1985 Steve Schwin ................................... 1981-1983 Jerry Cunningham ......................................1980 Jim Pritchard ..............................................1977 Chuck Harmon ...........................................1967 Steve Handerson .......................................1966 Ted Lund ....................................................1965 Dave Flinchbaugh ......................................1964 David Wilkinson ................................ 1957-1958 Richard Schutte ............................... 1954-1955 Robert Koons ................................... 1951-1952 Mervin Snyder ............................................1950

#36

Brandon Stern ..............................2016-present Jordan Weiss .............................................2013 Dan Marr ....................................................2012 Ricky Robinson................................ 2009-2010 Greg Boyle ....................................... 2006-2008 John Goldschmidt ......................................2001 Josh Poley .................................................1996 Matt Bell ........................................... 1984-1986 Eph Humphreys.............................. 1978-19779 Bob Frisch ..................................................1967 Walt Reinhart ..............................................1965 Rich Seelig................................................. 1963 Fred Simon ................................................1962 Michael Beattie........................................... 1958

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Mike Sutton ...................................2014-present Kyle VanThof ..............................................2010 Mike Toner ....................................... 2006-2009 Mike Stoltz ....................................... 2002-2004 Chris Pauxtis ..............................................1997 Alex Irmler ..................................................1996 Brian Backenstose..................................... 1994 Raffaele Chiodo.......................................... 1993 Will Kastroll................................................. 1992 Mike Quinn................................................. 1991 Walt Grabenstetter........................... 1986-1988 Nick Cifaretto............................................. 1985 Duncan Morris........................................... 1984 Kevin Mannix ..............................................1976 Dick Schollart............................................. 1968 Dave Webster.................................. 1965-1966 Tom Patton................................................ 1964 Norb Albertson ...........................................1963 Kenneth Louis ............................................1958 Paul Felton................................................. 1957

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Gerard Arceri .......................................... present John Von Nessen ............................. 2013-2016 Joe Celano ....................................... 2010-2011 Kevin Joyce ...................................... 2007-2009 Micah Smith............................................... 2006 Will Cutler ......................................... 2002-2005 Matt Laird......................................... 2000-2001 Travis Glennon........................................... 1999 Mike Marycz..................................... 1995-1996 Grant Yoder ...................................... 1992-1993 Bill Adolph ..................................................1991 Malcolm VanKirk........................................ 1990 Frank Beddings................................ 1986-1989 Mike Mosko ...............................................1984 Mike Brone .................................................1981 Byran Sibson ..............................................1980 Steve Yatsko.............................................. 1970 Gerry Curtin ...................................... 1967-1969 Paul Diehl................................................... 1965 Vince Tedseco ............................................1963 Tom Hayes..................................................1961 John Castella................................... 1959-1960 Roger Serota ..............................................1956 George Bicklehaupt ......................... 1954-1955 Allen Lechard............................................. 1953 Barr Asplundh .................................. 1950-1952

#41

Trevor Scollins ...............................2016-present Gavin Ahern ..................................... 2011-2014 Jim Warner .................................................2009 David New .................................................2008 Scott Wengrenovich ...................................2006 Derek Howells ............................................2002 B.J. Donovan .............................................2001 Andrew Germain .............................. 1996-1999 Mike Busza ...................................... 1992-1995 Steve Lundmark .........................................1991 Todd Fleck .................................................1989 Bill Lunder ..................................................1987 Tom Hardesty .............................................1986 Scott Orloff .................................................1984 Doug Koban ...............................................1983 Hal Kulp .................................................... 1968) Jim Danner .................................................1967 Charlie Farrell ............................................ 1966) Dave Flinchbaugh ......................................1963 Ed Landis ...................................................1962 Dave Cook .................................................1961 Dwaine Arison ............................................1960 Robert Swanson ........................................1959 Kent Chesnut ................................... 1955-1956 Andrew Bergesen ......................................1954 Ronald Youtz ..............................................1953 Paul Raffensperger ........................... 1950-1951


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Jimmy Nowoswlat .........................2016-present Tyler Chambers................................ 2014-2015 Eric Davidheiser ............................... 2010-2013 Max VanArsdale............................... 2006-2009 Steve Soloman................................. 2003-2004 Bobby Gihon .................................... 2000-2001 Rob Warren...................................... 1993-1996 Mark Dardaris................................... 1989-1992 Andy Seig ...................................................1988 Stuart Hall .......................................... 1983-198 Brian Herzer ..................................... 1980-1981 Gary Patterson ................................. 1966-1968 Frank Iafrate ...............................................1964 Ron Johnson............................................. 1963 Jim Ogden................................................. 1961 Richard Hammond ........................... 1959-1960 Allen LeChard................................... 1954-1955 Joe Erwin ...................................................1953 Jack Wilcox ...................................... 1950-1951

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Nick Cardile................................................present Chris Young ........................................2015-2016 Cole Rainer................................................... 2014 Taylor Stothoff .....................................2012-2013 John Nichols .......................................2008-2011 Rob Bateman ......................................2001-2004 Brian Pieri ..................................................... 1997 Chris Lamy.................................................... 1996 Ed Field ........................................................ 1995 Duncan Morris.............................................. 1985 Bob Baney ..........................................1983-1985 Bill Kappell...........................................1968-1969 John Ballinger .............................................. 1967 Rick Barras................................................... 1966 Tony Ryan..................................................... 1963 Gordon Bennett ..................................1960-1961 James Bruce ............................................... .1959 Russell Bovaird............................................. 1956 Phillip Caton.................................................. 1955 Joseph Erwin .............................................. .1954 Everett Weidner ............................................ 1953 John Henry .................................................. 1951

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Billy Lombardi.................................. 2016-present JP Burnside ........................................2012-2015 Will Donley ..........................................2008-2011 Adam Kenney .....................................2004-2007 Derek Howells .....................................2002-2003 Luke Ogelsby ............................................... 2000 Brad Espy .................................................... 1998 Dan Chisholn ................................................ 1997 Scott DeBaldo .....................................1995-1996 Jay Graham ................................................. 1994 Chris Marcus .......................................1990-1993 Sean Essig ................................................... 1989 John Antonik ................................................ 1988 Scott McKeon .....................................1986-1987 John Schmitt ................................................ 1983 Paul LaPorte ................................................ 1969 Paul Feightner......................................1966-1968 Chad Moore ................................................. 1963 Lou Paulin .................................................... 1962 Charles Berents............................................ 1961 Herny Schilling.....................................1959-1960 Horbert Horikawa.................................1953-1955 John Yohman ............................................... 1951 John Hagerman............................................ 1950

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Peter Triolo ...................................... 2014-present David Spadacene................................ 2012-2013 Matt Radecic....................................... 2004-2007 Matt Vallone........................................ 1998-2001 Brian Shorts........................................ 1992-1995 Bryan McDermott.......................................... 1991 Dan Nuemann............................................... 1990 Marshall Maran............................................. 1989 Sean Essig...........................................1985-1987 Mike Jashinski.............................................. 1969 Lynn Trusal.......................................... 1967-1968 Randy Voight................................................. 1966 Karl White..................................................... 1963 Jim Kling....................................................... 1962 Jim Stoup .................................................... 1961 Richard Hinkel.............................................. 1960 Bernard Quire ............................................... 1959 John Hogan.........................................1953-1955 Frederick Bigony........................................... 1951 Bob Louis ..................................................... 1950

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Lewis Goldstein............................................. 1986 Chris Dent..................................................... 1985 Phil Kessler................................................... 1984 Stuart Schooley....................................1968-1969 Chuck Albarelli.............................................. 1967 John Rokacz................................................. 1966 Charles Gallman............................................ 1964 George Cimochowski.................................... 1963 John Meisel .................................................. 1962 Richard Hinkel............................................... 1959 John Bonner................................................. 1956 Phillip Howes................................................ 1955 Claude Hertler .............................................. 1954 John Collett................................................... 1953 John Amber.........................................1950-1951

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Greg Campbell.............................................. 1994 John Brown.................................................. 1993 Glenn Gerrato......................................1991-1992 Steve Murphy.......................................1989-1990 John Carroll..........................................1986-1987 Joe Alvare..................................................... 1984 Rick Henry...........................................1966-1968 Scudder Stevens.......................................... 1964 Dick Kramer.................................................. 1963 Andy Lockhart............................................... 1962 Tom Girard.................................................... 1961 William Laman............................................... 1960

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Jake Farls...................................................... 1986 Jay Staropoli................................................. 1983 John Garner.................................................. 1969 John Haberman............................................ 1967 Frank Tierman............................................... 1964 Karl White..................................................... 1962 Pete Erber..................................................... 1961 Jay Epenshade............................................. 1960 Lee Herman.................................................. 1959

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Joe Helpa...................................................... 1986 Tom Barberio................................................ 1984 Bill Mayer...................................................... 1983 Galen Godby........................................1967-1968 Charles Farrell............................................... 1964 Fred Eckelmeyer........................................... 1963 Lou Meier...................................................... 1962 Steve Schrader............................................. 1961 Charles Berents............................................ 1960 Otis Slagle..................................................... 1959 Carl Cross..................................................... 1953

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Jeffery Foster................................................ 1960 David Wilkinson............................................. 1959

#51

Ron Borkowski.............................................. 1964 Dave Flinchbaugh......................................... 1962 Richard Bullock....................................1959-1960 Richard Klein................................................. 1953

#52

Ted Kijanka.................................................... 1962 Walter Haag.........................................1960-1961 Earl Henderson............................................. 1959 John Robinson.............................................. 1953

#53

John Smith.................................................... 1964 Ron Bracciante............................................. 1961 Richard Janda......................................1959-1960

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Ted Kijanka.................................................... 1964 Jon Henderson............................................. 1962 Howard Spencer........................................... 1961 Dennis Feeney.............................................. 1960 Howard Maierhofer....................................... 1959 Richard Klein................................................. 1954

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Dick Swensen............................................... 1962 Jim Needham................................................ 1961 Charles DiPuppo........................................... 1960 James Flenniken........................................... 1959 Andrew Bergeson................................1955-1956

#56

Hugh Palmer........................................1959-1961 Lucien Girard................................................. 1956 Everett Weidner ............................................ 1954

#57

George Cimochowski.................................... 1961 Robert Dufner............................................... 1960 James Winpenny.......................................... 1959 Robert Hamel................................................ 1956 John Collett..........................................1954-1955

#58

Tom Hayes.................................................... 1962 Al Gifford....................................................... 1961 James Kane.........................................1959-1960 John Metzger................................................ 1956 Paul Beane.................................................... 1955 James Reed.................................................. 1954

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Chuck Notar.................................................. 1964 Ron Bracciante............................................. 1962 Howard Born................................................ 1961 Robert Hahn................................................. 1960 Gove Elder.................................................... 1959 James Hay.................................................... 1955 James Fulton................................................ 1954

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Ron Miller...................................................... 1962 Terry Slagle.................................................... 1961 Theodore Steinman....................................... 1960 Michael Beattie.............................................. 1959 Donald McWilliams........................................ 1955 James Hay.................................................... 1954

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Andrew Moconyi..................................1959-1960 Martin Bambrick............................................ 1955

#60

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Bill Charron................................................... 1962 James Irwin..........................................1960-1961 Richard Dill ................................................... 1959 Bill Hess........................................................ 1956 Ronald Youtz................................................. 1954

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George Cimochowski.................................... 1962 Richard Swenson.................................1960-1961 Raymond Tuleya .......................................... 1959 Donald Bell...........................................1954-1955

Pete Erber..................................................... 1962 Dick Mears...........................................1960-1961 William McDonough...................................... 1959 Robert Bahrenburg..............................1955-1956

Jon Veach..................................................... 1962 Michael Raiser .....................................1960-1961 Thomas Ogden............................................. 1959 Robert Hamel................................................ 1955

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Bill Charron................................................... 1961 Thomas Greenlee.................................1959-1960

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John Fischer................................................. 1962

#77

Kevin Joyce................................................... 2010 84

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Fred Coleman............................................... 1963

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Ted Kijanka ................................................... 1963

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Walt Reinhart................................................. 1963

Dave Ashley.................................................. 1962 David Erwin..........................................1959-1961 Dick Angel..................................................... 1956 Charles Engel................................................ 1955 David Arnold................................................. 1954

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Tom Girard.................................................... 1962 Andrew Lockhart..................................1959-1961 Paul Felton.................................................... 1956 Richard Klein................................................. 1955

Barry Campbell............................................. 1962

Carl Oswald.................................................. 1963

Vince Tedesco............................................... 1962 Lou Meier.............................................1960-1961 Richard Weeden........................................... 1959 Byron Price................................................... 1956 Robert Hamel................................................ 1954

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John Cross................................................... 1963

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