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Date 2/15 2/19 2/26 3/2 3/9 3/12 3/16 3/30 4/2 4/6 4/13 4/20 4/27
Opponent Providence Rutgers Lafayette Saint Joseph’s Mercer VMI Vermont Robert Morris* Manhattan* Sacred Heart* Bryant* Quinnipiac* Mount St. Mary’s*
Location Staten Island, NY Piscataway, NJ Staten Island, NY Philadelphia, PA Staten Island, NY Staten Island, NY Burlington, VT Moon Township, PA Staten Island, NY Staten Island, NY Staten Island, NY Hamden, CT Staten Island, NY
* - Denotes Northeast Conference Contests All Home Games Played at Hameline Field
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GENERAL INFORMATION Location ........................ Enrollment ..................... President ....................... Founded ........................ Nickname ....................... Colors ........................... Conference..................... Facility.......................... Athletics Director ............. Athletics Phone ................ Athletics Fax ...................
Staten Island, NY 2,100 Dr. Richard Guarasci 1883 Seahawks Green and White Northeast (NEC) Hameline Field Walter Hameline (718) 390-3433 (718) 390-3347
2013 Schedule .......................................................... IFC Quick Facts ............................................................. 1 This is Wagner College ................................................ 2-3 We are Seahawks....................................................... 4-5 Wagner Facilities ....................................................... 6-7 Athletics Administration .............................................. 8-9 Athletics Support Staff & Coaches ..................................10-11 SEAHAWKS COACHING STAFF Media Information .....................................................12-13 Head Coach .................... Matt Poskay Directions ............................................................... 14 (Virginia, 2006) About the NEC .......................................................... 15 Record at Wagner ............. 1-13 (One Season) Coaching Staff ..........................................................16-17 Career Record ................. 1-13 E-mail ........................... email@example.com 2013 Season Outlook ..................................................18-19 2013 Roster ................................................................ 20 Office Phone ................... (718) 420-4246 Meet The Seahawks.....................................................21-35 2012 Season Statistics .................................................... 36
Assistant Coach................ ................................... Years at Wagner ............... E-mail ........................... edu Office Phone ...................
Anthony Iannello (Bryant, 2011) Second Season anthony.iannello@wagner.
WAGNER LACROSSE MEDIA INFORMATION Lacrosse Contact ........... John Beisser Office Phone ................ (718) 390-3227 (718) 390-3231 Cell Phone ................... (732) 921-6744 E-mail ........................ John.Beisser@wagner. Assistant Coach................ Mark Stapor ................................... (Mt. St. Mary’s, 2011) edu Years at Wagner ............... First Season Fax ........................... (718) 390-3347 E-mail ........................... firstname.lastname@example.org Mailing Address ............. One Campus Road Office Phone ................... (718) 390-3231
CREDITS The 2013 Wagner College Lacrosse media guide was written and designed by John Beisser, Men’s Lacrosse Contact and Director of Media Relations. Cover designs by John Beisser (Back Cover By Rob Cornell). Editorial assistance provided by Kevin Ross, Miles McQuiggan, Gabe Gilson and Monique Martinet. Photography by David Saffran, Larry Levanti, Tracey Santor and the Wagner College Media Relations Office.
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As tenacious as any Seahawk, Wagner College enjoys a bucolic perch atop Grymes Hill overlooking Manhattan and the other boroughs of New York City. Founded in 1883 as a Lutheran proseminary, Wagner has evolved to become an independent residential liberal arts college enrolling a capacity of over 2,000 students. The location of the College above the gateway to one of the world’s greatest financial and cultural capitals was the work of alumnus Frank Sutter who convinced the College’s Board of Trustees to relocate Wagner here from Rochester in 1918. In this, the Rev. Sutter and the trustees were extraordinarily prescient. Their wisdom provided Wagner with a distinct geographical advantage over all other all liberal arts colleges in the country. Wagner is New York State’s southernmost college and its 105 park-like acres represent the highest elevation on the eastern seaboard from Maine to Key West Florida. The College’s signature curriculum – the Wagner Plan for the Practical Liberal Arts – capitalizes on the best of a traditional, suburban, liberal arts college campus and the infinite array of educational opportunities afforded by New York City. Students intern in the world’s leading financial institutions. They observe and experience diversity from the sophisticated workings of the United Nations to melting pots of multicultural neighborhoods. They circulate in the city’s unparalleled creative environment of museums, media, and performing arts. This is their laboratory. They immerse themselves and are inspired by the city’s sheer energy. The contrast between the frenetic life of the city and the almost pastoral setting of the campus is the perfect metaphor for the melding of experiential and theoretical education that is the hallmark of The Wagner Plan. In small learning communities, students and faculty explore the conceptual foundations of the arts, humanities, and sciences. The faculty challenges students to consider new ideas, to master new skills and technologies, and to reflect and draw meaning f from what they have experienced in and out of the classroom. A lush canopy of mature maples and oaks shades Wagner’s 1 105-acre campus of manicured lawns and gardens; historic and m modern buildings; and sweeping views of Manhattan, Brookl lyn, and New York Harbor. In early 2009, former U.S. President B Bill Clinton recognized Wagner College and President R Richard Guarasci, at the second annual Clinton Global In Initiative University. Wagner was cited for the Port Richm mond Partnership, an innovative program that will focus t the school’s community resources in an effort to improve q quality of life in a specific Staten Island neighborhood. Movie companies have frequently used the campus as a c classic college setting, most recently for a movie titled ““School of Rock” starring Jack Black (Shallow Hal). The p picturesque campus was also used in a fall 2001 televis sion series, The Education of Max Bixford, starring Richa ard Dreyfus and as the site of a prospective private milit tary school in the HBO series, The Sopranos.
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Since the adoption of the Wagner Plan in 1997, enrollment has increased by nearly 40 percent and student quality as measured by high school average and SAT scores have improved as well. Once largely a commuter campus, now 82 percent of all undergraduates live on campus in residence halls that offer “million dollar” views. Though continuing to serve students from metropolitan New York, the college draws most of its enrollment from beyond the immediate region. By every measure – enrollment, endowment, and national reputation – Wagner is ascending the ranks of America’s strongest small colleges that blend the liberal arts with a commitment to service and preparation for the professions. Campus life includes the array of sports provided by an NCAA Division I program which is housed in a 93,000-square-foot sports center featuring an extensive fitness center, an indoor NCAA swimming pool and a basketball arena. A football and track & field stadium showcases a variety of playing fields throughout the campus including baseball, softball, lacrosse and soccer venues. Wagner’s alumni include Broadway Tony award winners, movie stars, film producers, playwrights, and Fortune 500 CEO’s including the chairman of GE Investments, the chairman of Dupont Europe, the chairman Emeritus of The Oppenheimer Management Company and the chairman of the New York Power Authority. Visitors to and residents of New York City alike enjoy access to a rich and diverse array of museums, cultural organizations, arts performances, sports teams, societies and attractions. Some of the best and most famous attractions in the world call New York City home. We encourage you to find out more about them, so that you can plan a visit to what is one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the world. To get to Manhattan from Staten Island, you can take a ride on the world-famous Staten Island Ferry, a well-recognized icon of New York City transportation, and incidentally, a free ride into the heart of New York City.
majors & programs Anthropology* Art* Art History (minor only) Arts Administration Art, Music, Theatre, Combined Arts
Biology* Biopsychology Business Administration Accounting, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing
Computer Science* Dance (minor only) Economics* Education Dual Certification in Childhood (Elementary) and Special Education, Theater Arts (K-12), Minor in Adolescent (Secondary) Education
English* Environmental Studies French Gender Studies (minor only) German (minor only) History* Information Systems (minor only) International Affairs International Politics International Economics
Italian Studies (minor only) Journalism (minor only) Mathematics* Microbiology* Music*
Nursing Philosophy (minor only) Physician Asst. (Jan. 1 deadline) Physics* Political Science* Psychology* Public Policy and Administration Religious Studies (minor only) Sociology Academic Sociology, Criminal Justice, Family Studies
Spanish* Theatre* (Dec. 15 deadline) Performance; Design/Technology/ Management
Pre-Professional Programs Health: Chiropractic, Dental, Medical, Optometry, Pharmacy, Podiatry, Veterinary Other: Law, Engineering, Ministry
5-Year Master’s Program Accounting Graduate Division Advanced Physician Assistant Studies Business Administration Education Microbiology Nursing *=major and minor available Italics=concentration
Wagner’s unique location offers students a campus setting that feels hundreds of miles away from anywhere, while actually only a ferry ride away from the professional and cultural riches of the world’s most dynamic city New York City
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Successful businessman and former Seahawk gridder Marc Lebovitz donated the funds that made Hameline Field’s striking state-of-the-art video scoreboard a reality in 2010.
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Dr. Richard Guarasci Wagner College President Dr. Richard Guarasci is the 18th President of Wagner College, where he was previously the Provost and Senior Vice President, responsible for academic and student affairs, admissions, and support service, in addition to serving as the chief operating officer. He holds the rank of Professor of Political Science and he teaches in the areas of democracy, citizenship and American diversity. At Wagner, Dr. Guarasci founded The Wagner Plan for the Practical Liberal Arts, the four-year curriculum for all undergraduates, that draws together a substantive liberal arts core into a series of learning communities and experiential learning tutorials. Dr. Guarasci was Dean of the College and Professor of Political Science at Hobart College from 1992-1997. Previously he served as Dean and founding Director of the First Year Program at St. Lawrence University, a nationally celebrated model program of democratic living and learning required for all first year students that joined first year housing to a two semester schedule. Dr. Guarasci is the author of Democratic Education in the Age of Difference: Redefining Citizenship in Higher Education (Jossey-Bass, 1997), and numerous other publications including 3 books, more than 20 articles and more than 50 conference presentations. He is now a national leader in higher education with many speaking engagements throughout the United States. He is an active educational consultant for more than 20 universities and colleges. Time Magazine selected him as a National Undergraduate Educator and he received awards from the Sears Foundation, the Glitz Family Prize and many other citations including a day of recognition by proclamation of the City Council in Geneva, New York. Recently, Congressman Vito Fossella and the Staten Island Civic Association both cited him for public service on Staten Island. He served on the National Board of Directors of the American Association of Colleges and Universities,The Board of Trustees of the Independent Colleges Fund of New York and he is co-chair of New York State Campus Compact. He is a Fellow of the Society for Values in Higher Education (SVHE) and a PEW Foundation Fellow with the Washington Center for Learning in building natural leadership in Learning Communities. He is a member of the faculty for the Asheville Institute and an Advising Board Member for the Models for Democracy Project of SVHE. Dr. Guarasci recently authored ‘Developing the Democratic Arts” in About Campus (Feb. 2001) and “On Becoming the Good College: Lessons Learned” in Liberal Education. Dr. Guarasci holds a Bachelor of Science from Fordham University. He received his M.A. in Economics and Ph.D. in Political Science from Indiana University.
RIGHT: DR. GUARASCI AND WALT HAMELINE HOIST THE SCHOOL’S FIRST-EVER NEC CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY WHILE CELEBRATING WITH THE SEAHAWKS ON NOV., 17, 2012.
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Walter Hameline Athletic Director/ Head Football Coach In the his 32nd year as Director of Athletics and Head Football Coach at Wagner College, the relentlessly energetic and optimistic Walt Hameline continues to amass an astounding record of achievement and consistency. On Nov. 6, 2010, Hameline became just the eighth active Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) coach to win 200 games with a 31-20 victory over Monmouth and ranks 66th (tied) on the all-time NCAA wins list (any level). In addition, he is one 36 coaches to win 200 games at one school. He will enter the 2013 season with an overall record of 213-127-2 (.626) over his 32-year head coaching career at Wagner. In 2012, hameline enjoyed a banner season, one that featured a 9-4 record, a nine-game winning streak, the school’s first Northeast Conference (NEC) Football Title, a 31-20 NCAA FCS Playoff win over No. 24 Colgate, followed by a gallant effort in a 29-19 defeat at No. 4 Eastern Washington. Following the season, Hameline was bestowed with three “Coach of the Year” honors. In November, he was named 2012 NEC Coach of the Year, and in january was named National Coach of the Year by the College Sporting News and the College Sports Journal. Hameline also had the distinction of being named one of 20 finalists for the prestigious Eddie Robinson National Coach of the year award. following the 2012 campaign, the longtime Colts Neck, NJ native had the honor of inducted into the New Jersey Sports Writers Association Hall of Fame. While his coaching resume is immense, Hameline has been equally effective as an administrator. Under Hameline’s leadership, the Seahawk athletic department has undergone an ambitious expansion in both sport offerings and facility improvements. In the spring of 2002, Wagner introduced women’s water polo to its slate and the Seahawks now feature 20 sport offerings. Known for his keen vision and boundless enthusiasm, Hameline was influential in establishing the Seahawk Golf Classic, now in its 22nd year, and the Seahawk Club, a pair of intitiaves aimed at increasing funds for the scholarship endowment and complete financial support for the athletic department. Most recently under Hameline’s direction, thanks to the generosity of one of his former offensive lineman Marc Lebovitz, Wagner College Stadium was the beneficiary of a striking new state-of-the-art scoreboard in 2010. Lebovitz, a member of the Seahawks’ 1987 Division III National Championship football team and a 1991 Wagner graduate, is now a highly-successful New Jersey businessman. The scoreboard represents a major facility upgrade for the Seahawk football program while other Wagner teams benefitting from the scoreboard include women’s soccer, men’s lacrosse and women’s lacrosse. In 2006, the Wagner College Stadium field was resurfaced with a state-of-the-art Field Turf playing surface. This multipurpose surface was is also used for football, women’s soccer and lacrosse. In 1997 Hameline governed the opening of Wagner’s football stadium and outdoor track & field facility and was instrumental in erecting the Spiro Sports Center in the spring of 1999 - a 93,000 square-foot building which houses a 2,100-seat, multi-purpose arena, a six-lane swimming pool, team locker rooms and all athletic department offices. In 1995, Hameline oversaw the opening of new athletic fields at the base of Grymes Hill to house additional teams. This multi-sport facility is presently home to the Seahawk softball team which, in 2007, underwent a vast reconstruction. Hameline’s overall coaching ledger includes five ECAC Championships, three NCAA Tournament appearances and the 1987 NCAA Division III National Championship — all told, 10 post-season appearances in 29 seasons. Hameline won his 175th career game - all at Wagner with a come-from-behind victory over St. Francis (PA) in the 2005 season finale. He became the winningest coach in Wagner College history in 1990. The highlight, of course, is the 19-3 win over heavilyfavored Dayton in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl for the 1987 NCAA Division III National Championship. Against one of the toughest schedules in the nation, Hameline’s Seahawks rolled to a 13-1 record, winning more games than any college football team in America. The team earned the school’s second Lambert Trophy, symbolic of football superiority in the East among Division III schools, and ECAC Team of the Year recognition. Hameline was honored by many organizations including the Chevrolet National Coach of the Year. The 60-year old administrator, has been a key developer of the Northeast Conference, serving on numerous committees and served as president of the league. Eight years ago, Hameline was honored for his playing, coaching and administrative achievements when he was inducted into the Utica Sports Hall of Fame. In addition, Hameline was given the AllAmerica Football Foundation Johnny Vaught Lifetime Achievement Award in 1998. An outstanding defensive back at Brockport State, Hameline received his Bachelor of Science degree in physical education in 1975, and went on to earn his Master’s Degree in education from the University of Albany in 1977. Hameline resides in Colts Neck, NJ, with his wife, Debbie, and their daughters Kristen and Kelly.
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CREDENTIALS — Media credentials for Wagner College home games are issued only for working members of the media, and should be requested as early as possible. Requests must be made in writing on company letterhead and are honored only from sports editors of daily newspapers/magazines and sports directors of radio and television stations. Wagner College follows the guidelines set forth by the NCAA in governing the issuance of credentials. Season credentials will be granted only to daily newspapers and television/radio stations that cover Seahawk football on a regular basis. Otherwise, television/radio stations and weekly newspapers will be granted credentials on a single-game, space-available basis. Requests for season credentials should arrive by September 1. Requests for single-game credentials should arrive no later than one week in advance of a game. All requests for credentials should be made to: John Beisser Assistant Athletic Director For Media Relations Spiro Sports Center One Campus Road Staten Island, NY 10301 Phone: (718) 390-3227 FAX: (718) 420-4015 PRESS POLICIES — Press box seating is reserved for working press only. Should any special needs arise, please contact the sports information office. MEDIA PARKING — Available adjacent to Wagner College Stadium on a limited, first-come, first-serve basis. There is no designated media parking area. Contact the sports information office for further information. STATISTICAL SERVICES — Working media at Wagner College Stadium will receive the following: * Game program and notes * Complete halftime statistics * Complete final statistics * Complete play-by-play
POSTGAME INTERVIEWS — Following each game, there will be a 10-minute cooling-off period, during which the players will shower and dress. Approximately 10 minutes after the game ends, Coach Hameline will be available for comment. Following Coach Hameline’s interview session and the cooling-off period, the Seahawk locker room will be open to all members of the media. PLAYER TELEPHONE INTERVIEWS — Telephone interview requests for Coach Hameline and Seahawk players, which should be made 48 hours in advance when possible. Player interview will be made at an appropriate time, so as not to terfere with the academic schedule of the player(s interfere player(s).
FOLLOW WAGNER ATHLETICS ONLINE
This season marks the launch of Wagner College Athletics’ Facebook page, Twitter feed, and YouTube Channel. For the first time, fans are able to receive news updates, scores, scheduling information, and video clips through these popular social networking sites. Follow the instructions below for more information! Visit www.facebook.com. Once you have an account, click in e top right the “search” box in the corner and type in “Wagner Seahawk”. A k list will appear - Look for the official Facebook photo (on the right) and hit “Add as Friend”.
REFRESHMENTS — Refreshments will be available in the press box prior to the game and at halftime. Credentials are required for entrance to the press box. MEDIA WILL CALL — Located at the Stadium’s main gate. TELEPHONES — A limited number of telephone lines are available at the Stadium. Newspapers and radio stations desiring their own private ines, to be installed in the press box, are recommended to contact the sports information office at (718) 390-3227. INTERVIEW POLICIES — All interviews with Wagner College football players must be arranged through the sports information office. PLAYERS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON GAME DAY UNTIL AFTER THE GAME.
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Log on to www.youtube.com/ wagnerseahawks. You can subscribe to the channel by filling out a user account, but all videos can be viewed for free. Football, Men’s Basketball, and Women’s Basketball clips are loaded to the site immediately after the game! Go to www.twitter.com/wagnerathletics. Here, you can view up-to-date “tweets” from the Wagner College Athletics Staff! To receive instant scores and text message updates, become a member of the site and click on the “Follow” button in the upper left corner.
The Northeast Conference (NEC) is revolutionizing the way its fans follow and interact with their favorite teams and the student-athletes who comprise them via a a digital sports network to enhance fan experience with free live & on-demand content. The 12-member NCAA Division I conference has launched NEC Front Row, an online digital network with multi-platform access. Developed and launched in partnership with Pack Network, NEC Front Row features a rich set of content, including live events, on-demand video, highlight packages, coaches shows, features, original programming and access to league’s extensive digital library, all of which is free of charge to users. The network gives fans free inside access to the stories from across the Northeast Conference and its student-athletes on the field, in the classroom, across campus, and in the community.
.....................................................................................Phone Number................................. Fax Number
..................................................................................... (212) 621-1630 ................................. (212) 621-1639
.....................................................................................(800) 367-8935................................. (800) 336-0383
THE SPORTS NETWORK
.....................................................................................(800) 227-7249................................. (800) 583-6195
.....................................................................................(847) 583-2100 ................................. (847) 583-2600
STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE
950 Fingerboard Road, Staten Island, NY 10305..... (718) 816-2803 ................................. (718) 981-5679
ASBURY PARK PRESS
PO Box 1550, 3601 Highway 66, Neptune, NJ 07754 ...(732) 922-6000................................. (732) 922-8333
150 River Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601 ..........(201) 646-4430 ................................. (201) 457-2516
30 Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ 07306........ (201) 217-2472 ................................. (201) 653-1414
187 Mill Lane, Mountainside, NJ 07902 ..............(973) 392-4231 ................................. (973) 392-5845
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
450 West 33rd Street, New York, NY 10001...... (212) 210-1670 ................................. (212) 643-7845
NEW YORK NEWSDAY
80-02 Kew Gardens Road, Kew Gardens, NY 11415........(631) 843-2810 ................................. (631) 454-6892
NEW YORK POST
210 South Street, New York, NY 10002.............. (212) 930-8700 ................................. (212) 930-8727
NEW YORK TIMES
229 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036 .... (212) 556-7371 ................................. (646) 428-6147
LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY
235 Pinelawn Road, Melville, NY 11747 ............. (631) 843-2810 ................................. (631) 454-6892
888 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10106 .................. (212) 397-1010 ................................. (212) 247-7918
2800 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10314 ....(718) 982-3058 ................................. (718) 982-3052
1330 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10023..... (212) 456-2186 ................................. (212) 456-2930
51 West 52nd Street, New York, NY 10019 ....... (212) 975-2127 ................................. (212) 975-1907
34-12 36th Street, Astoria, NY 11106 ................. (718) 706-7650 ................................. (718) 383-5734
1440 Broadway, New York, NY 10018..................(212) 642-4500 ................................. (212) 642-4486
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
4 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10121 ...................... (212) 465-5949 ................................. (212) 465-5944
460 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036 .... (212) 397-3437 ................................. (212) 397-3583
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From Points South Mid Atlantic States and Southern New Jersey: Take the New Jersey Turnpike north to Exit 10 (Outerbridge Crossing). After crossing the bridge, take Route 440 North (West Shore Expressway) for approximately 6 miles to I-278 East (Staten Island Expressway). Take I-278 East for approximately 5 miles, following signs to the Verrazano Narrows Bridge and Brooklyn. Take Exit 13 (Clove Road/Richmond Road/ Hyland Boulevard). At the first traffic light, turn left onto Clove Road. At the second light on Clove Road, turn right onto Howard Avenue. A sign for the College is visible at this intersection. Follow Howard Avenue to the top of Grymes Hill.
By plane/train/public transportation Plane: Three major airports serve New York City. Wagner College is most easily accessed from Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, though LaGuardia and JFK Airports are within reasonable travel distance. Car service is available between Wagner College and all three airports for around $40$50 each way.
Southern New Jersey Shore: Take the Garden State Parkway north to Exit 127 (Outerbridge Crossing/Staten Island). Follow directions from Outerbridge Crossing provided above.
From points north and east New England (via New York) and Long Island: Take either the Belt Parkway or the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to the Verrazano Bridge onto Staten Island; remain on I-278 West. Take Exit 13 (Clove Road/Richmond Road). Follow the service road to the third traffic light and turn right onto Clove Road. Take the first right onto Howard Avenue and proceed to the top of Grymes Hill.
Train: Amtrak, Long Island Railroad and New Jersey Transit trains arrive at Penn Station in Manhattan at 34th Street and 7th Avenue. Wagner College can be reached from Manhattan by taking the Staten Island Ferry, leaving at regular intervals throughout the day from the ferry terminal in lower Manhattan. From Penn Station, take either a cab or the New York City Subway (IRT Downtown #1 or #9 train to South Ferry; IRT #4 or #5 train to Bowling Green; IRT N or R to Whitehall Station) to the Battery Park Ferry Terminal. Take the Staten Island Ferry (no fare) to Staten Island. From the ferry terminal on Staten Island, the College is a short ride via car service, which can be picked up at the erminal. terminal.
New England (via New Jersey): Take I-95 South. Cross the George Washington Bridge into New Jersey. Follow signs to the New Jersey Turnpike. Follow the Turnpike to Exit 13 (Goethals Bridge). Cross the Goethals Bridge onto Staten Island and follow I-278 East. Follow directions from I-278 East provided above. Northern New Jersey: Take the New Jersey Turnpike to either Exit 13 (Goethals Bridge) from northern New Jersey, or Exit 10 (Outerbridge Crossing) from southern/central New Jersey. Follow directions provided above from the Goethals Bridge or Outerbridge Crossing.
The Staten Island Ferry is run by the City of New York for one pragmatic reason: To transport Staten Islanders to and from Manhattan. Yet, the 5 mile, 25 minute ride also provides a majestic view of New York Harbor and a no-hassle, even romantic, boat ride, for free! One guide book calls it “ One of the worlds greatest (and shortest) water voyages.” For a complete ferry schedule visit www.siferry.com
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2012 NORTHEAST CONFERENCE MEN’S LACROSSE STANDINGS |------CONFERENCE------|
W- L- T
W- L- T
5- 0- 0
11- 4- 0 .733
BRYANT.............. 4- 1- 0
14- 4- 0 .778
MOUNT ST. MARY’S. 2- 3- 0
6- 9- 0
QUINNIPIAC......... 2- 3- 0
3-11- 0 .214
SACRED HEART...... 1- 4- 0
4- 9- 0
WAGNER.............. 1- 4- 0
PCT GF GA
ABOUT THE NEC... Northeast Conference History: When the Northeast Conference (NEC) was first established as the ECAC-Metro Conference back in 1981, the league’s founders had one goal in mind: to create a competitive NCAA Division I men’s basketball conference for unaffiliated schools on the Eastern seaboard. A single-sport entity at its inception, the NEC has grown far beyond expectations over the past three decades, having transformed itself into a burgeoning 12-member, 23-sport conference. The NEC and its member institutions are committed to providing opportunities for student-athletes to achieve their fullest potential both in athletic competition and in the classroom. Likewise, the Conference continually strives to be an NCAA Division I leader for athletic success, academic achievement and integrity, sportsmanship, equity and diversity, community partnership and national engagement. The remarkable success story of the conference began to unfold in 1985, when the league began sponsoring additional sports. Three years later, a change of name was in order and the Northeast Conference as we know it today was born. With membership and sport sponsorship continuing to grow over the next 25 years, the NEC now enjoys qualification or play-in access to 14 different NCAA Championships (baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, field hockey, football, men’s and women’s golf, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s volleyball). Though the NEC has featured various incarnations since its inception, charter members Fairleigh Dickinson, Long Island, Robert Morris, St. Francis (NY), Saint Francis (PA) and Wagner remain part of the current 12-school alignment. They are joined by Monmouth (admitted in 1985), Mount St. Mary’s (1989), Central Connecticut State (1997), Quinnipiac (1998) and Sacred Heart (1999). NEC expansion continues with the addition of Bryant University in 2012 as the league’s 12th member, which will give the league a six-state geographic footprint with access to such major media markets as New York City, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Hartford and Providence. NEC member institutions now compete in 23 championship sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, women’s bowling, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, football, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, women’s swimming, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. Northeast Conference Website/Television More widely-recognized than ever, the NEC continues to expand its new media initiatives to cater to a growing fan base. The Conference has embraced social media with Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages, all of which have attracted loyal followings. The NEC also provides its fans with NEC On The Run podcast segments, weekly NEC Notebook spots (that also air on Sports Radio 66 WFAN in New York City and ESPN Radio 1250 in Pittsburgh) and video blogs. To further enhance its multimedia efforts, the league launched satellite website, www.northeastconference.tv, last fall. The site serves as the league’s webcast hub and offers an event archive dating back two years. A women’s basketball regular season Game of the Week along with ten conference championships (men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, volleyball, women’s basketball, women’s bowling, men’s and women’s lacrosse, softball and baseball) made up the 2009-10 webcast package. The Conference also plans a summer relaunch of its official website, www.northeastconference.org. To supplement one of the premier regional basketball television packages in the country, the conference also produces a football package and a preseason basketball show entitled NEC Countdown to Tipoff. Over the last five years, the Conference has televised nearly 150 events, as the league’s coverage area expanded to over 50 million homes. Along with flagship station MSG Network, other regional television partners include MSG Plus, FSN-Pittsburgh, MASN, NESN, Fox College Sports, Cox Cable and the Connecticut Sports Network. In 2010, ESPN broadcast the men’s basketball championship game for the 23rd straight year, while ESPNU carried the women’s championship game, marking the third year in a row the women’s contest reached a nationwide audience.
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MATT POSKAY Head Coach SECOND SEASON Matt Poskay, an All-American midfielder who played on two National Championship teams at the University of Virginia following a storied high school career, and the 2010 MVP of the Major Lacrosse League, enters his second season at the helm of the Wagner men’s lacrosse program. The future appears to be a bright one for the Seahawks. In the first season under Poskay, the former Virginia All-American, National Champion and current Major Lacrosse League All-Star, Wagner was much improved in the fundamentals of the game and played a much crisper, more competitive brand of lacrosse. On January 27, 2012, the 29-year old Poskay had the distinction of being the youngest inductee ever into the New Jersey Lacrosse Hall of Fame. The highwater mark of Poskay’s maiden season was a scinitllating come-from-behind 11-8 win over NEC foe Sacred Heart on April 14. Wagner punctuated a rousing comeback with a game-ending 5-0 run, highlighted by clutch goaltending from Nicholas Gibaldi, who would go on to earn NEC Defensive Player of the Week honors for his 20-save effort. Individually, midfielder Nick DePhillips, one of Poskay’s new recruits last year and a transfer from Ohio State, earned Second-Team All-NEC honors. For the two seasons prior to coming on board at Wagner, Poskay served as an assistant coach at Drew University in his native New Jersey where he helped the Rangers to a pair of winning seasons. Prior to his stint at Drew, Poskay served as an assistant coach at his alma mater, A.L. Johnson Regional High School in Clark, New Jersey. It was during his record-setting playing career at Johnson where Poskay began garnering national attention. He has held the national high school record with 362 career goals for nearly a decade and also tallied 468 career points, tops in state history. On the gridiron, he was a First-Team All-State quarterback as a senior and Second-Team his junior year. He was also the starting point guard for three years on the basketball team. “We are obviously thrilled to have Matt heading up our lacrosse program” said Hameline at the time of his appointment on June 9, 2011. “His experience at the high school, collegiate and professional levels speak for themselves. I am confident that Matt’s background and high energy will resonate in recruiting and help our student-athletes compete at a higher level. He’s been a winner his whole life and I believe that he possesses the ability to transmit that winning edge to our program.” Poskay, who is the fourth-leading goal-scorer by a Virginia midfielder, helped led the Cavaliers to national titles in 2003 and 2006. He was selected in the second round of the 2006 Major Lacrosse League Draft by the Boston Cannons following his five-goal performance in the Cavaliers’ NCAA title game win over UMass. In 2006, he led the Cannons in goals and was named the team’s Rookie of the Year. His 2007 season was even better as he was named a MLL All-Star and then preceded to win the MLL All-Star Game MVP. In 2008, he was again named to the MLL All-Star team while leading the Cannons with 34 goals. The pinnacle of his professional career came in 2010 when he was not only the MVP of the league but also the league’s Offensive Player of the Year. Poskay graduated from the University of Virginia’s, McIntrie School of Commerce with honors in 2006. He was a United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Scholar All-American as well as an ACC Honor Roll selection three times. What They’re Saying About Matt Poskay “Everyone here at Virginia is excited about this opportunity for Matt at Wagner. Matt has been successful with everything he has touched and he is one of the bright, young lights in the coaching profession. The people at Wagner are going to thoroughly enjoy getting to know Matt and this is an exciting moment for Wagner.” Lacrosse. Matt Poskay is going to be a terrific head coach.” Virginia Head Coach Dom Starsia “Matt’s a great player and a quality individual. He’s had success at every level of lacrosse from youth up to professional. He’s a great teacher. He coached with us after he came back from Virginia, joining the staff at Johnson for a couple years. He’s just a great mind, a great motivator. This will be a great opportunity for him.’ Former Arthur l. Johnson Regional High School Head Coach Tony Calandra “He’s such an intelligent lacrosse mind and I’m sure that will transfer over to his being a head coach. He understands what we’re trying to do from an offensive standpoint. He reads defenses and puts himself in a position to always be a threat and that’s why he’s put up the numbers he’s had. I regard Matt as a coach on the field for us. This is his second year as a captain for us as well. He not only leads but he leads by example more than anything.” Boston Cannons Head Coach Bill Daye
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Former Bryant University standout Anthony Iannello was named an assistant coach with the Wagner College men’s lacrosse program in June, 2011 and is entering his second season with the Seahawks. The intense, high-energy Iannello heads the Seahawk defense. “Coach Iannello has really anchored down the defense. All of the guys are geared into his system and what we’re trying to do.” said Poskay. “Anthony has that group working towards playing at a consistently high level on that end and our defense has made great strides under his leadership. When you see us on game day, Anthony brings a lot of enthusiasm and energy to our defense and really, to our whole team.” While at Bryant, the Lake Ronkonkoma, NY native was selected as one of 10 finalists from among all Division I men’s lacrosse athletes for the prestigious Lowe’s Award, which is based on achievements in the classroom, community, character and competition.
Mark Stapor is entering his first season as an assistant coach with the Seahawks. No stranger to the NEC, Stapor was a standout on attack for Mount St. Mary’s from 2007 until 2011 before graduating with a degree in accounting. At Wagner, Stapor’s main responsibilities lie on the oﬀensive end. “Mark brings a new mind to the oﬀensive side which really helps me out and allows me the opportunity coach everybody a little bit,” said Poskay. “Mark’s lacrosse mind really is helping and, being a recent top player at Mount St. Mary’s, he knows what winning is all about and he obviously knows the ins and outs of each of the programs in the NEC. Having mark on staﬀ is a real asset for Wagner Men’s Lacrosse.” Prior to arriving on Grymes Hill, Stapor spent eight months in Manchester, England assisting in the development of lacrosse for Stockport Lacrosse Club and local schools in the Stockport area of Manchester, England.
Iannello, who starred at Sachem North High School on Long Island before matriculating at Bryant, scooped up 31 ground balls and came up with 13 caused turnovers from his long-stick midfield position during his senior season. For his career, he amassed 170 ground balls and 59 caused turnovers in 64 games played. He served as a team captain in both his junior and senior seasons.
He was also head coach of Stockport’s U-16 Boys, Assistant Coach of U-12 Boys, and Player/Coach First Team. He also helped advance the Youth Developmental Program in Stockport by initiating school clubs and interscholastic competitions.
While at Bryant, Iannello was involved in a host of organizations, including being a member of the Senior Advisory Council, a group that meets with the University President and administrators on current issues and proposals.
A native of Herndon, VA and a prep star at Bishop O’Connell High School, Stapor was a standout on attack for Mount St. Mary’s, a career that was capped oﬀ by a 2011 NEC Championship and a trip to the NCAA Tournament.
He was involved with the Tomorrow’s Fund where he collected funds from his teammates that were used to purchase and deliver gifts to children with cancer. Iannello also wrote sports articles for the campus newspaper The Archway and served as an intern in the Bryant Athletic Communications Department. He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Bryant in Communication while pursuing a minor in Business Administration.
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q&a with seahawk head coach matt poskay In Matt Poskay’s initial season as Seahawk head coach, Wagner made major strides in virtually every measureable area statistically. While the Green & White notched just one win, a plethora of the contests were close, competitive aﬀairs. The win Wagner did manage was a memorable one as the Seahawks stormed from behind to register an 11-8 win over Sacred Heart. The 2013 Seahawks are an extremely young team as 22 of the 31 players on the roster are either freshmen or sophomores. The class breakdown consists of: Six seniors, three juniors, 10 sophomores sop and 12 freshmen. eshmen. y and the Seahawks point towards the 2013 campaign, Wagner Athletics had a chance to As Poskay sit down and conduct a question and answer session with the Wagner head man. As you enter nter your second season as a Division I men’s lacrosse coach, how would you assess as your team’s outlook tlook now that you’ve had a chance to coach and get to know many of them? “We’re excited cited as coaches a and nd tthey’re hey’re e excited xcited a ass players. players. The The guys guys are arre buying buying in, there’s no question about that. t. We’re We’re in in the the process process of of changing changiing a culture and changing the brand here. I think think if we continue continue to grow grrow on our recruiting cruiting base and an nd can can continue continue recruiting recru uiting at the level that we’ve reached reached, d, we we can can only y get better. We have to continue to push each h other other in in practice, practice, that’s that’s where where itt all all starts.” What were re your impressions of NEC lacrosse as you you look look back on last ast season? “The NEC C is a very competitive league, every team’s good good. d. Towards the end of the year, when everyone’s in conference play and those conference games hold a little bigger weight on you, it’s ’s very exciting. Obviously, this year with the NEC automaticc bid at stake and a berth in the NCAA’s, that only he drama and serves as an even bigger motivating adds to the tool for each ach team.” The 2013 Seahawks are an extremely young team, how ou assess your team’s strengths and weaknesses would you h 2013 season? heading into the “I think the biggest thing with a young team like this is when the quote unquote “light bulb” comes on for the younger guys. Once that happens, we’re going to take a big leap forward. When they turn that corner a little bit, we’re going to be a much-improved team. And that’s dependent on when they get comfortable and when they feel they can make a move. We’re obviously hoping a lot of the younger guys do it sooner rather than later. I think that will go a long way in determining our success. The younger guys are following the older guys, our workhorses as we say. But when they really get on board with those guys and everyone trusts each other, I think that’s when we’ll become a particularly dangerous team.”
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How about some thoughts on the 2013 Seahawk schedule. ““We saw a lot of of these same teams last season and a we were in a lot of those games. We grew more comfortable as the season wore along and we got a little taste of what it feels like to win (118 comeback victory over Sacred Heart (4/14). Heading into this year, we only expect bigger and better things”. “We had multiple games where we right there the whole game, where it could have gone either way,” Poskay added. We’d be in those games and the other team would invariably make a little run on us and we couldn’t match them. To show that we could do that and that we were right there, only helps what we are trying to do. We showed we can compete with good teams.” Wagner will be led by four captains this season.The midfield tandem of Nick DePhillips and Colin O’Rourke might be the best midfield combo in the NEC. And your other two captains are junior goalie Nicholas Gibaldi, who is a savvy veteran, along with senior defender R.J. Derosa. Can you give us a thumbnail sketch of each of the four captains? “Well, like you said, Nick DePhillips and Colin O’Rourke are as good as it gets. They work well together and we’re going to try to give them some more support this year. I think we have some depth on the attack and in the midfield. Nick’s a First-Team All-NEC Inside Lacrosse selection and was Second-Team All-Conference last year. Those are obviously two of our guys we count on a little bit more than others. But, we’ve also added some depth to give them some help.” “Taking a look at them individually, Nick is a tremendous leader for us. He made a very smooth transition in his first year here (after transferring from Ohio St.), quickly developed into a team leader and has continued to lead us on and oﬀ the field this year. He’s definitely taken the right steps and worked very hard in the oﬀseason and is really excited about his last go here.” “Colin O’Rourke is a workhorse. He’s constantly getting better day by day as we expect every one to. He’s definitely a guy we count on a lot. Colin does so many things well and, along with Nick DePhillips, forms a terrific midfield combination for us.” “R.J. Derosa has made great strides in all areas. I think he realized, along with a lot of our older guys, that this is his last go here. He became a senior leader and once he showed he had the ability to do that, guys started following him. He’s a great example for our younger defensemen.” “Nick Gibaldi is now starting his third year and he’s only going to keep getting better. He’s becoming more of a vocal leader on the field, the anchor down there at the defensive end, and that’s what we need. He’s helping the younger guys out, and coaching on the field, and that’s all you can really ask of your goalie. Defensively, Nick holds down the fort.”
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2013 Wagner College Men’s Lacrosse Roster No.
Hometown / High School
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 31 33 34
Matthew Army Brian Faughnan Matt Bunting Matt Savoia Anthony Peruso David DeCirce Adam Geiger Nicholas Gibaldi Matthew Shute Geoff Bradley Frank DeLuca Billy Battaglia R.J. Derosa Paul DeVita Mark Beyer Dustin Doty Daniel Valencia Reed Leclaire Shawn Barnes Griffen Leclaire Cory Santor Krey Keller William McMenamin Patrick McMenamin Spencer Macquarrie Michael McMenamin Sean Gray Colin O’Rourke Nick DePhillips
So. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Sr.
Midfield Attack Defense Midfield Goalie Attack Defense Goalie Defense Midfield Goalie Attack Defense Midfield Defense Defense Defense Attack Midfield Attack Midfield Midfield Midfield Midfield Attack Midfield Defense Midfield Midfield
5-7 6-1 6-3 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-9 5-9 6-1 5-7 6-2 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-3 5-5 5-6 5-9 5-8 5-11 6-1 5-10
160 190 190 190 170 160 165 170 190 155 215 170 185 165 170 175 200 190 195 180 190 205 155 160 140 160 210 185 185
Newfields, NH / St. Thomas Aquinas/ Ohio Wesleyan New Canaan, CT / New Canaan Wyckoff, NJ / Ramapo West Springfield, VA / West Springfield Warwick, NY / John S. Burke Catholic Clarence, NY / Clarence Colts Neck, NJ / Colts Neck Rocky Point, NY / Rocky Point Suffield, CT / Suffield Brookfield, CT / Canterbury School Farmingdale, NY / Farmingdale Madison, NJ / Madison Glastonbury, CT / Glastonbury Westfield, NJ / Westfield Carlsbad, CA / Carlsbad Sherman Oaks, CA / Crespi Carmelite Gaithersburg, MD / Gaithersburg White Rock, British Columbia /Hill Academy Long Valley, NJ / West Morris Central White Rock, British Columbia / Hill Academy Glastonbury, CT / Glastonbury Colorado Springs, CO / Cheyenne Mountain Longport, NJ / St. Augustine Prep Longport, NJ / St. Augustine Prep Doylestown, PA / Central Bucks West Longport, NJ / St. Augustine Prep Tabernacle, NJ / Seneca Worcester, MA / St. John’s Shrewsbury Glen Ridge, NJ / Glen Ridge/ Ohio St. Univ.
COACHES Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach:
Matt Poskay (Virginia, 2006) Anthony Iannello (Bryant, 2011) Mark Stapor (Mount St. Mary’s, 2011)
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Sr. - Mid. - 5-10, 185
Sr. - Def. - 5-10, 185
GLEN RIDGE, NJ
Preseason All-NEC selection by InsideLacrosse.com ... Will serve as one of Wagner’s four captains, along with R.J. DeRosa, Nick Gibaldi and Colin O’Rourke . 2012: Made a big splash in his first Seahawk season, after transferring from Ohio State ... Started all 14 games while finishing second on the team with 27 points and three assists en route to earning Second-Team All-NEC honors … Posted three hat tricks on the season, against Providence (2/25), VMI (3/13), and Sacred Heart (4/14) … His 24 goals in 14 games computes to a 1.71 goals per game average which ranked ninth in the NEC ... The talented middie also led the Green & White with 103 shots on the year, an average of 7.36 shots per game … Also ranked fourth in the NEC in man-up goals per game with a total of five and a 0.36 average … Credited with 14 groundballs with a season high of three coming twice, once vs. St. Joseph’s (3/3) and the other against Mercer (3/16) … He also won one faceoff and forced four turnovers ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. Personal/Bio: Transfer from Ohio State University where he saw action in seven games for the Buckeyes … As a freshman in 2010, saw action in four games, taking 22 faceoffs ... Won 4-of-10 faceoffs vs. North Carolina with one ground ball … Played in three games as a sophomore in 2011 … At Glen Ridge HS, earned All-State honors and named Conference Player of the Year as a senior while serving as team captain … MVP of Waterman Conference championship team in 2009 … Scored 141 goals and 166 points while scooping up 422 ground balls in his career ... Four-time All-Conference player ... Earned All-State honors in football and was named the Conference Player of the Year, serving as a team captain for three seasons ... Finished seventh at state wrestling championships to earn All-State honors … Named Essex County Outstanding Wrestler in 2009 ... Boasted a 108-14 in his wrestling career.
Will serve as one of Wagner’s four captains in 2013 along with Nick DePhillips, Nicholas Gilbadi and Colin O’Rourke. 2012: Saw the field in 10 of 14 games, corralling five ground balls, four of which came during NEC play with two each against Bryant (4/22) and Mount St. Mary’s (4/28) ... Also credited with three caused turnovers on the season, one apiece vs. Quinnipiac (4/7), Sacred Heart (4/12), and Mount St. Mary’s (4/28). 2011: Saw action in all 12 games while gaining starting assignments in eight ... Credited with six caused turnovers with a high of two vs. Hartford (3/26) ... Also collected three ground balls. 2010: Saw action in eight games for the Seahawks as a freshman. Personal/Bio: Played his prep lacrosse at Glastonbury High School under the direction of Peter Pfeffe r… Helped lead his team to two conference championships…Was a two-time All-Conference selection in lacrosse and football…Also played on a state championship football team … Has a sister Niki (15) … Named to the All-Academic team four times for lacrosse and football … Member of the 2010 MAAC All-Academic Team.
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Jr. - G - 5-9, 170
Sr. - Mid. - 6-1, 185
ROCKY POINT, NY
Will serve as one of the Seahawks’ four captains in 2013, along with R.J. Derosa, Nick DePhillips, and Colin O’Rourke.
Will serve as one Wagner’s captains for the second straight seasea son. In 2013, he is one of four Seahawk captains, along with Nick DePhillips, R.J. Derosa, and Nicholas Gibaldi.
2012: Started all 14 games for Wagner, playing a total of 786 minutes between the pipes … His 182 saves and 13.0 saves per game average were both tops in the NEC ... Posted a goals against average of 15.65, a mark that was fifthbest in the NEC … Recorded a save percentage of .470 which ranked No. 3 in the NEC .. Stopped a career-high 20 shots vs. Sacred Heart (4/14), several from point-blank range, which helped key Wagner’s 11-8 come-from-behind win over the Pioneers … His clutch defensive effort held SHU scoreless for the game’s final 20-plus minutes, allowing the Green & White to mount a 5-0 game-ending run … Named the NEC Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts … For the season, scooped 30 ground balls, with 17 of those coming against NEC opponents. Corralled 30 ground balls near the cage on the season, with a high of four vs. Robert Morris (3/31), Quinnipiac (4/7), and Sacred Heart (4/14) … Credited with four caused turnovers for the season as well ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Versatile, experienced and accomplished player in every phase of the game … Started all 14 games last season … Along with Nick DePhillips, formed one of top midfield tandems in the NEC … Registered 25 points on 21 goals and 4 assists on the season … The 21 tallies placed second on the team. Racked up three hat tricks … The first came in the opener versus Army (2/15), the second vs.VMI (3/13), and the third came against Robert Morris (3/31) … Ranked second in the NEC in shots per game, behind DePhillips (103) with 98 … His four assists came in a pair of games, as he notched two against VMI (3/13) and the other two vs. Sacred Heart (4/14) … Snatched 11 groundballs on the season with a high of two occurring twice, vs. Rutgers (2/21) and again vs. Robert Morris (3/31) … Also credited with seven caused turnovers with a season high of two coming during NEC action vs. Sacred Heart (4/14) ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2011: Earned the Seahawks’ starting goalie spot as a true freshman and performed admirably while often times facing intense pressure from opposing offenses … Logged 612:37 minutes between the pipes while seeing action in all 12 games … Came up with 143 saves … Recorded a career-high 19 saves vs. Manhattan (3/16) … Had a 16-save effort vs. Quinnipiac (4/30) and 14 saves vs. Lafayette (3/1) … Had 10 or more saves in 10 of Wagner’s 12 games. Personal/Bio: Played his scholastic lacrosse at Rocky Point High School for for Mike Bowler…Led Suffolk County in saves as a senior in 2010…Earned All-County honors as a senior… Came up with a career-high 19 saves during an 11-4 win over Harborfields…Recorded 15 saves in a 12-10 victory over Eastport South Manor.
2011: Saw action in all 12 games … Earned Second-Team AllNEC honors, recognized for his fine all-around play … Second on the team in goals (18), assists (7) and points (25) … First among Seahawk midfielders in each of those categories … Knocked home a career-high four goals vs. Robert Morris (4/23), while adding an assist which gave him a career-high five points … Had a three-goal game vs. Bryant (4/9) and two-goal efforts vs. Providence (2/26), Siena (3/8), Manhattan (3/16), Sacred Heart (4/2) and Mount St. Mary’s (4/23) … Scored at least one point in 10 games and scored at least one goal in eight contest … Tied for fourth on the team in ground balls with 18 … Fourth on the team in caused turnovers with 11 ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. 2010: Saw action in all 15 games with three starts … Burst onto to the scene as a freshman, finishing the season with a team-high 18 goals … Added five assists which game him 23 points, good for second on the team … Was also second on the team in ground balls with 37 … Enjoyed three-goal games vs. Siena (4/10), Manhattan (4/21) and Saint Joseph’s (4/26) … Had two-goal outings vs. Rutgers (2/21),VMI (4/24) and Saint Joseph’s (4/28)… Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. and a member of the 2010 MAAC All-Academic Team. Personal/Bio: Played prep lacrosse at St. John’s HS in Shrewsbury, MA where he was a two-time All-American … Played four years of lacrosse and three years of football … Led his team to an appearance in the state finals as a senior n 2009 … Tallied 346 points in his career, 130 of which came during his senior season … Member of the National Honor Society … Older brother Ryan is a pitcher in the Minnesota Twins organization who was a 13th-round pick in the 2010 Major League Draft.
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Sr. - Def. - 6-0, 175
Sr. - Att. - 6-1, 190
SHERMAN OAKS, CA
NEW CANAAN, CT
2012: An aggressive and productive long-stick midfielder who saw action in all 14 games with eight starts … Snatched a team-high 43 ground balls on the season with a season- high of six coming twice, vs.VMI (3/13) and Robert Morris (3/31) … On the offensive end, he dished out two assists, one against VMI (3/13) and the other vs. Manhattan (4/3) … Came up with nine forced turnovers, a figure that placed second on the team … Led the Seahawks’ spirited defensive effort vs. Rutgers (2/21), coming up with a season-high three vs. the Scarlet Knights (2/21). 2011: Saw action in all 12 games while gaining a starting assignment in 11 … His hustle and perseverance allowed him to rank first on the team among all field players in ground balls with 24 … The only Seahawk who had more was goalie Nicholas Gibaldi who had 29 … Scooped up season-high four ground balls vs. Mount St. Mary’s (4/23) … Tied for first on the squad in caused turnovers with 13. 2010: Saw action in 13 games on the season … Was credited with 18 ground balls … Came up with three ground balls vs. Mount St. Mary’s (3/27) and Robert Morris (5/5). Personal/Bio: Attended Crespi Carmelite High School in Sherman Oaks, CA Played four years of varsity under the direction of head coach Jon Oswaks … A two-time First-Team All-Mission League nominee … Was a 2009 All-American award-winner… Ranked among the top 100 players on the West Coast … As a senior garnered recognition as the team MVP and recorded an impressive 71 groundballs … Pllayed his club lacrosse for the Hollywood Starz ... Versatile athlete who also wrestled, played football and ice hockey.
2012: Played in all 14 games for the Seahawks with 10 starts … Posted 11 points on the strength of seven goals and four assists … Also scooped up 14 ground balls with a season-high of three coming during the season opener at Army (2/15). 2011: Saw action in all 12 games … Credited with seven points on the season with four goals and three assists … Scored a goal in four different games and dished out an assist in three different games … Credited with two ground balls and one caused turnover. 2010: Saw action in 13 games … Scored six goals and dished out one assist … Tallied two goals vs. Dartmouth (3/11) and VMI (4/24). Personal/Bio: Played his high school lacrosse at New Canaan High School in New Canaan, CT for coach Alex Whitten…Served as the Rams’ co-captain during his senior year…Helped lead his team to a runner-up finish in state championships as a junior…Also played three years of basketball and two seasons of football.
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Sr. - Mid. - 6-3, 205
Sr. - Def. - 6-2, 200
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO
2012: Played in 10 of 14 games for Wagner … Credited with three ground balls on the season, one each vs.Army (2/15), Lafayette (2/28), and Manhattan (4/3) … Credited with 21 faceoff wins, a figure that is tops among all Seahawk returners … Won a season high six face-offs in the season opener against Army (2/15) ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Saw action in 11 games with one start … Won 14 face-offs … Collected nine groundballs, including a season-high four vs. Quinnipiac (4/30) … Caused two turnovers. 2010: Saw action in three games on the season and scooped up two ground balls … Was 2-of-8 on faceoffs. Personal/Bio: Was an All-Southern Conference and an All-Area Peak selection … Member of the varsity lacrosse team all four years of high school … Majoring in chemistry with a minor in biology … Was a member of the 2010 MAAC All-Academic Team ... Older sister Karlee is a former member of the Wagner women’s lacrosse team.
2012: Saw action in nine of Wagner’s 14 games, gaining the start in all nine … Missed five games due to injury … Gobbled up 13 groundballs … Recorded a seasonhigh three groundballs on three occasions – vs. Army (2/15), Lafayette (2/28), and Mercer (3/16) … Caused six turnovers with a season high of two coming in backto-back contests versus VMI (3/13) and Mercer (3/16) ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Saw action in six games on the season ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. 2010: Saw action in one game, vs. Bryant (3/20) ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. Personal/Bio: Attended Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh, NC…Played three years of varsity lacrosse under the tutelage of head coach Mike Curatolo… Helped lead his team to three Mid-State 2A/3A Conference Championships…As a junior, was named to the 2008 Adidas Team and was a South Region selection…A 2008 NC Mid-State 2A/3A Second-Team AllConference nominee... As a senior, garnered 2009 NC Mid-State 2A/3A First-Team All-Conference, 2009 NC First-Team All-Region and 2009 NC 2A/3A First-Team All-State…In the classroom, was a member of the National Honor Society with a 4.4 GPA … Also was an AP Honor Roll honoree from 2005-2009 … Achieved the prestigious Eagle Scout rank.
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jr. - Def. - 5-10, 170
Jr. - Def. - 6-1, 190
Personal/Bio: Transfer from Wheeling Jesuit University where he saw action in two games as a freshman in 2011 … Standout long-stick midfielder/defenseman throughout his high school career … Four-year varsity starter who helped lead the Ravens to the state playoffs in 2008 and 2010 ... Earn All-Mercer County honors while serving as a team captain in 2010 … Team leader in groundballs as a junior and a senior … His father played ice hockey at Rider College.
2012: Started all 14 games … A force defensively, he came up with a team-high 11 caused turnovers … Recorded two caused turnovers on three different occasions, against Rutgers (2/21), Robert Morris (3/31), and Sacred Heart (4/14) … Nabbed 15 groundballs on the season with a high of three coming against Mercer (3/16) … Had one assist on the year which came vs. Mercer (3/16) ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. 2011: Saw action in all 12 games as a frosh last season … Credited with three ground balls and one caused turnover ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. Personal/Bio: Was a four-year varsity performer for coach Matthew Conway at Suffield HS … Was a threetime All-State selection and a three-time All-Conference choice ...A versatile athlete, he also played three years of soccer and two years of basketball.
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So. - Def. 6-0, 170
So. - Mid. - 5-7, 155
2012: Appeared in seven games for the Seahawks during his rookie season … Racked up seven ground balls with a season high of three coming against Lafayette (2/28) … Also credited with two caused turnovers, one against Army (2/15) and the other vs. Providence (2/25) ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Tyler Bue at Carlsbad High School … Two-year captain … Team MVP … Defense MVP … First-Team All-League performer … Team captain … Played on the USA West team in New Zealand in the U-21 Asian Pacific Games … Tremendous student who earned a 4.0 GPA.
2012: Saw action in nine games during his maiden voyage on the Division I collegiate level … Credited with one assist vs. Bryant and tracked down a one ground ball against Mercer (3/16) ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Chris Roberts at the Canterbury School … Was a mainstay at midfield for the Saints … Gritty, tough competitor which allows him to make up for his relative lack of size … Hails from an athletic family as his mother played field hockey at the University of Pennsylvania … Honor Roll student.
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So. - Def. - 6-3, 190
So. - Att. - 6-0, 160
2012: Played in seven games for the Seahawks … Came up with an assist against Mount St. Mary’s (4/28) … Also snagged eight ground balls with on the season … Scooped up career-high three ground balls against Manhattan (4/3) … Collected two ground balls vs. NEC rivals Quinnipiac (4/7) and Bryant (4/22) … Also forced a pair of turnovers against NEC opponents Sacred Heart (4/14) and Bryant (4/22). Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Tim Roy at Ramapo High School … A versatile athlete who, in addition to being a standout on the lacrosse field, starred in football and basketball throughout his scholastic career … Competed in the competitive Big North Group III Conference … The Raiders also compete in the wellrespected Gibbs Division … Second-Team All-State and Second-Team All-League honoree in lacrosse in both his junior and senior years … First-Team All-League wide receiver as a junior and senior … On the hardwood, named honorable mention All-League in his senior year ... Buzzer-beating shot lifted Raiders to 53-52 win over Hackensack.
2012: Appeared in 13 of 14 games for the Seahawks while gaining starting assignments in four …Along the way, he collected two points, a goal vs. Hartford (3/24) and an assist against Robert Morris (3/3 ) … Gobbled up six ground balls, with half of them coming during NEC competition, two vs. Robert Morris (3/31) and one against Quinnipiac (4/7) … Also credited with one caused turnover against Robert Morris (3/31) ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. Personal/Bio: Played for Mike Silverstein at Clarence High School … A dynamic offensive force … Sank 42 goals and dished out 16 assists in his senior year for the Red Devils … All-Western New York (WNY) FirstTeam selection … Second-Team All-WNY selection as a junior … Also a standout on the grid iron … Excellent student who earned a spot on the honor roll for three consecutive years.
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So. - Def. - 5-9, 165
So. - Att. - 5-9, 140
COLTS NECK, NJ
2012: Took the field in all 14 games, snagging nine ground balls … Recorded season-high of two groundballs vs. Robert Morris (3/31) and Manhattan (4/3) … Also credited with three caused turnovers on the season ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Jeff Rosenberg at Marlboro High School … First-Team All-District selection following his senior year … Also earned All-Shore and All-Division First-Team honors by The Asbury Park Press … Three-year varsity starter … Team captain ... His father, Adam Geiger, Sr., played lacrosse at Mount St. Mary’s University.
2012: Appeared in seven games for the Seahawks and was credited with three ground balls … Scooped up a season-high two groundballs against Hartford (3/24) … Also came up with one caused turnover against NEC rival Robert Morris (3/31). Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Matt Coverdale at Central Bucks West HS … Led his team in scoring while earning All-Conference recognition … Versatile athlete who also competed on the soccer and wrestling teams … Honor Roll student.
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So. - Mid. - 6-1, 190
So. - Def. - 6-0, 190
W. SPRINGFIELD, VA
2012: Saw action in 13 of 14 games with three starts … Posted five goals on the season, including a two-goal effort coming against Mercer (3/16) … Assisted on three others to give him a season-total of eight points … Credited with 13 groundballs for the year with a season high of four coming against Mercer (3/16). Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Mark Landers at Glastonbury High School … Named First-Team AllState and First-Team All-Conference following his senior year … Named to Hartford Courant Boys Lacrosse Team … Served as team captain … As a junior, was named First-Team All-Conference … Honor Roll student.
2012: Saw action in four games, taking part in the contests vs. Lafayette (2/28), Hartford (3/24), Manhattan (4/3), and Mount St. Mary’s (4/28) ... Member of the NEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Scott Settar at West Springfield High School … Earned a spot on the All-District Team as a senior after making the transition from short pole to long pole … Named Second-Team AllPatriot League … Played in several elite summer leagues including MadLax … Honor Roll student.
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So. - Mid. - 5-7, 175
SHAWN BARNES #21 Fr. - Mid. - 6-3, 195
LONG VALLEY, NJ
Scholastic/Personal: Transfer from Ohio Wesleyan University ... Three-year varsity performer at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Dover, NH … Tough competitor who was one of his team’s top faceoff men ... Expected to compete and provide depth for the Seahawks at this critical position … Helped lead the Saints to a sparkling 13-4 record and a berth in the Division II State Finals … Played club ball for the New Hampshire Tomahawks and the New Hampshire Houlagans.
Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Rob Goodwin at West Morris Central High School ... Earned Second-Team AllConference honors in both his junior and senior seasons … Scored 60 points during his Wolfpack career by scoring 49 goals and assisting on 11 others … While serving as a team captain, his senior year, recorded 30 points (26 goals, four assists) … Helped lead team to quarterfinals in competitive Group III Division … Buried six goals in win at Howell … Standout on the gridiron where he helped lead the Wolfpack to a state championship in his sophomore year … Brother Kevin played lacrosse and football at Montclair State.
Fr. - Att. - 5-9, 170
Fr. - G - 6-2, 215
Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Mark Sweeney at Madison High School … Received All-State and All-Conference accolades in both his junior and senior seasons … Posted career highs with five goals and three assists in win over DePaul … Six-point game (five goals, one assist) in victory over West Essex … Dished out four assists in win over Kinnelon … As a senior, totaled 52 points on the strength of 33 goals and 19 assists … Collected 26 grounds during senior campaign … Recorded 107 points during his prolific career, racking up 73 goals and 34 assists … Played summer lacrosse for Tri-State Club team which he helped lead to a championship season.
Personal/Bio: Played for legendary Coach Bob Hartranft , who has been head coach at Farmingdale High School for 42 years … Ranked No. 9-ranked goalie in nation by ESPN High School and 73rd-ranked overall prospect … Starter on Class A state championship team … Named adidas underclassmen All-American … Invited to the prestigious Long Island Showcase (Nassau vs. Suffolk All-Star Game) … Plans to pursue a major in sociology … Standout athlete in football and volleyball at Farmingdale.
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Fr. - Mid. - 5-10, 165
Fr. - Def. - 5-11, 210
Personal/Bio: Played for or Coach Marc Silbergeld at Westfield High School … Earned Second-Team All-State honors following his senior season … Crafty, dangerous offensive force … As a senior, recorded 57 points on 30 goals and 27 assists along with 30 ground balls … Has a chance to make an impact with the Seahawks early in his career … Sister Sophia plays soccer at Fairfield University … Interested in pursuing a major in business.
Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Rob Davidson at Seneca High School … Four-year varsity starter for the Golden Eagles … Helped lead team to the state playoffs all four years … Played key role in leading Seneca to a berth in the state semifinals as a senior … Named to the 2012 All-Phillylacrosse.com South Jersey Team in his junior and senior seasons … Versatile athlete … Played basketball as a freshman, soccer as a freshman and sophomore and football during his junior and senior years … Team captain on the football team as both a junior and a senior.
Fr. - Att. - 6-1, 180
Fr. - Att. - 6-1, 190
WHITE ROCK, BC
WHITE ROCK, BC
Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Brodie Merrill at The Hill Academy … During senior season, helped lead The Hill Academy to the inaugural North American Lacrosse Invitational Championship ... Ranked No. 36 among Canada’s top high school lacrosse players by insidelacrosse. com … Twin brother of fellow Seahawk freshman Reed Leclaire … One of two sets of twins in the Seahawk’s 2012 recruiting class along with William and Patrick McMenamin.
Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Brodie Merrill at The Hill Academy ... During senior season, helped lead The Hill Academy to the inaugural North American Lacrosse Invitational Championship … Twin brother of fellow Seahawk freshman Griffen Leclaire … One of two sets of twins in the Seahawk’s 2012 recruiting class along with William and Patrick McMenamin.
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So. - Mid. - 5-8, 160
Fr. - Mid. - 5-5, 155
Personal/Bio: Played ffor C Coach J.C. AuC Valore at SSt. A gustine Prep High School ... Older brother of fellow Seahawks Pat and Bill, twin freshmen … Possesses fierce work ethic … Began his collegiate career at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL where he spent Fall, 2011 to Fall, 2012 before transferring to Wagner … Standout at St. Augustine Prep where he helped lead the Hermits to state championship titles in 2008 and 2009 … Earned All-Cape Atlantic League honors as a senior in 2011 … Also a standout on the Hermits’ swim team where he earned four varsity letters.
Personal/Bio: Played ffor C Coach J.C. C Valore at SSt. A Augustine Prep High School … Received First-Team AllSouth Jersey honors by the Press of Atlantic City … Tallied eight goals during his senior season … Served as the Hermits’ top faceoff man throughout his junior and senior seasons … twin brother of fellow Seahawk freshman Patrick McMenamin … Named Co-Captain with Patrick as a senior … Competed on wrestling for the Hermits.
Fr. - Att. - 5-6, 160
Fr. - G- 5-9, 170
Personal/Bio: Played for C Coach h JJ.C. CV Valore l at SSt. Augustine Prep High School … Three-year member of the lacrosse team … Registered 35 points on 31 goals and four assists for the 13-6 Hermits … Named FirstTeam Cape-Atlantic League by the Atlantic City Press … Served as co-captain with brother William as a senior … Competed for the South Shore Lacrosse Club Team … Also participated for one season on wrestling team … Member of National Honor Society.
Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Bob Kerr at John S. Burke Catholic High School … Named a 2011 US Lacrosse Boys’ High School Regional All-American (New York Mid-Hudson Region) … First Team All-Section and First-Team All-Division III honoree following his senior year … Tabbed an All-Hudson Valley All-Star by varsity845.com … Recorded 251 saves as a senior 933 career saves as a four-year varsity starter … Career save percentage was 64.46 … Scooped up 199 career ground balls … Transfer from Division II Franklin Pierce University (NH) where he spent the 2011-12 academic year … Appeared in one game for the Ravens .
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#19 Fr. - Def. - 6-2, 200 GAITHERSBURG, MD Personal/Bio: Played for Coach Mike Mueller at Gaithersburg High School … Rugged defenseman with excellent size ... Named to the 2012 All-Gaithersburg Gazette Boys’ Lacrosse Team (Honorable Mention) … Second-Team All-Montgomery County selection … Selected to play in the prestigious Baltimore Summer Kickoff All-Star Game that features the top 40 players in the state of Maryland … Competed on the Trojans’ swim team.
2013 GEOGRAPHIC ROSTER BREAK DOWN New York (8) Andrejack DeCirce Gibaldi Gibbons Hedges Kreuscher Rubin Rushton
California (4) Beyer Doty Perkins Strahl
Connecticut (5) Bradley Derosa Faughnan Santor Shute
Pennsylvania (2) Cuzzupe Macquiarrie
New Jersey (5) Bunting DePhillips Ferrono Geiger Morrissey
Illinois (1) Lenzi
Massachusetts (3) Hurley O’Rourke Spano
Colorado (1) Keller
North Carolinia (1) Szilezy Virginia (1) Savoia
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2012 Individual Statistical Leaders
6 33 13 5 8
DePHILLIPS, Nick O'ROURKE,Colin HURLEY,Mike HEDGES, William MORRISSEY, Sam
14 14 14 14 14
24 21 12 11 7
3 4 10 4 8
27 25 22 15 15
103 98 37 37 38
6 33 8 13 5
DePHILLIPS, Nick O'ROURKE,Colin MORRISSEY, Sam HURLEY,Mike HEDGES, William
14 14 14 14 14
24 21 7 12 11
3 4 8 10 4
103 98 38 37 37
. 233 . 214 . 184 . 324 . 297
6 33 13 5 3
DePHILLIPS, Nick O'ROURKE,Colin HURLEY,Mike HEDGES, William FAUGHNAN, Brian
14 14 14 14 14
24 21 12 11 7
3 4 10 4 4
27 25 22 15 11
103 98 37 37 24
23 28 13 5 3
SANTOR, Cory STRAHL, Kendall HURLEY,Mike HEDGES, William FAUGHNAN, Brian
13 14 14 14 14
5 3 12 11 7
3 0 10 4 4
10 7 37 37 24
. 500 . 429 . 324 . 297 . 292
Shots on Goal
13 8 33 3 5
HURLEY,Mike MORRISSEY, Sam O'ROURKE,Colin FAUGHNAN, Brian HEDGES, William
14 14 14 14 14
12 7 21 7 11
10 8 4 4 4
22 15 25 11 15
37 38 98 24 37
33 6 13 8 5
O'ROURKE,Colin DePHILLIPS, Nick HURLEY,Mike MORRISSEY, Sam HEDGES, William
14 14 14 14 14
21 24 12 7 11
4 3 10 8 4
98 103 37 38 37
58 50 25 21 19
. 592 . 485 . 676 . 553 . 514
Shots on Goal Pct.
18 9 5 10 3
DOTY,Dustin GIBALDI, Nicholas HEDGES, William SHUTE, Matthew FAUGHNAN, Brian
14 14 14 14 14
43 30 21 15 14
19 29 23 13 16
SPANO, Bobby KREUSCHER, Steven SANTOR, Cory HURLEY,Mike BRADLEY, Geoff
7 3 13 14 9
0 0 5 12 0
0 0 3 10 1
1 1 10 37 3
1 1 7 25 2
1.000 1.000 . 700 . 676 . 667
6 3 5 13 14
DePHILLIPS, Nick FAUGHNAN, Brian HEDGES, William HURLEY,Mike DeCIRCE, David
14 14 14 14 13
5 2 2 1 1
10 18 5 33 37
SHUTE, Matthew DOTY,Dustin HEDGES, William O'ROURKE,Colin SZILEZY, David
14 14 14 14 9
11 9 8 7 6
18 10 15 32 5
DOTY,Dustin SHUTE, Matthew DEROSA,R.J. GIBBONS, Patrick HEDGES, William
14 14 10 12 14
10 7 6 4 4
18 10 15 32 23
DOTY,Dustin SHUTE, Matthew DEROSA,R.J. GIBBONS, Patrick SANTOR, Cory
14 14 10 12 13
9.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0
24 ANDREJACK, John 20 KELLER, Krey 21 RUSHTON,John
14 10 14
20 21 73
56 65 230
. 357 . 323 . 317
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2012 Team Statistics
RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date
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02/15/12 02/21/12 02/25/12 02/28/12 03/03/12 03/13/12 03/16/12 03/24/12 03/31/12 04/03/12 04/07/12 04/14/12 04/22/12 04/28/12
Opponent at Army RUTGERS at Providence at Lafayette SAINT JOSEPH'S at VMI at MERCER at HARTFORD ROBERT MORRIS at Manhattan at Quinnipiac SHU at #19 Bryant MOUNT ST. MARY'S
TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game As s i s t s MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES Goals-Opportunities Conversion Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Man-up Man-down Unassisted Overtime Goals scored average GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS FACEOFFS (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct. CLEARS Clear Pct. PENALTIES Number Minutes ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg
OVERALL 1-13 1-4 0-9
L L L L L Lot L L L L L W L L
Score 7-24 5-9 5-13 2-19 5-6 11-12 11-14 4-24 10-22 5-20 5-15 11-8 3-21 7-16
Att. 181 416 351 194 213 300 212 697 150 207 525 307 102 395
91-374 6.50 .243 210-374 .561 26.7 44
223-654 15.93 .341 409-654 .625 46.7 139
91 11 0 47 0 6.49 292 236 77 115-360 .319 186-259 .718
223 19 4 84 1 15.91 508 197 117 245-360 .681 188-215 .874
56 47:00 1481 5/296 0/0
HOME 1-4 1-2 0-2 ## 6 33 13 5 8 3 23 28 14 18 16 7 10 9 4 29 19 11 40 37 32 27 26 25 24 22 21 20 17 15 2
DePHILLIPS, Nick O'ROURKE,Colin HURLEY,Mike HEDGES, William MORRISSEY, Sam FAUGHNAN, Brian SANTOR, Cory STRAHL, Kendall DeCIRCE, David DOTY,Dustin BRADLEY, Geoff PERKINS,Cory SHUTE, Matthew GIBALDI, Nicholas BUNTING, Matt KREUSCHER, Steve SPANO, Bobby LENZI, Dakota FERRONO, Anthony SZILEZY, David GIBBONS, Patrick MACQUARRIE, Spencer SAVOIA, Matt GEIGER, Adam ANDREJACK, John CUZZUPE,James RUSHTON,John KELLER, Krey BEYER, Mark DEROSA,R.J. RUBIN,Peter Total Opponents
## Goalie 9 GIBALDI, Nicholas 2 RUBIN,Peter
AWAY 0-9 0-2 0-7
NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0
GP G A Pts Sh Up Dn GB 14 24 3 27 103 5 0 14 14 21 4 25 98 0 0 11 14 12 10 22 37 1 0 10 14 11 4 15 37 2 0 21 14 7 8 15 38 0 0 8 14 7 4 11 24 2 0 14 13 5 3 8 10 0 0 13 14 3 0 3 7 0 0 9 13 1 1 2 10 1 0 6 14 0 2 2 2 0 0 43 9 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 13 0 1 1 2 0 0 5 14 0 1 1 0 0 0 15 14 0 1 1 0 0 0 30 7 0 1 1 0 0 0 8 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 7 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 91 44 135 374 11 0 292 14 223 139 362 654 19 4 508
1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-4 20-56 0-0 73-230 21-65 0-0 0-0 0-0 115-360 245-360
GP 14 7 14 14
.470 .182 .455 .567
1-12-0 0-0-0 1-12-0 12-1-0
Min. 785:53 54:55 840:48 840:48
205 18 223 91
15.65 19.67 15.91 6.49
Goals by Period WAGNER Opponents
Saves by Period WAGNER Opponents
Shots by Period WAGNER Opponents
84 95 101 94 166 178 178 129
Shots on Goal WAGNER Opponents
53 43 56 97 120 104
182 4 186 119
Total 91 223 Total 186 119 Total 374 654 Total 210 409
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