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2012 HOFSTRA LACROSSE QUICK FACTS Location: Hempstead, New York 11549 Founded: 1935 Enrollment: 12,000 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Nickname: Pride Colors: Gold, White and Blue Home Stadium (Capacity): James M. Shuart Stadium (13,000)

Quick Facts ....................................................................................1 Director of Athletics Welcome ......................................................2 Cascade ..........................................................................................3 Hofstra Highlights..........................................................................4 Game Day ......................................................................................6 Hofstra in the Community .............................................................7 HEADstrong ..................................................................................8 Nick Colleluori Tribute ..................................................................9 Alumni Reflections ......................................................................10 Head Coach Seth Tierney ............................................................12 Assistant Coach Kevin Unterstein ...............................................14 Assistant Coach J. P. Brazel ........................................................15 Assistant Coach Sean Smith ........................................................16 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Jimmy Prendergast 17 The Hofstra Hundred Club...........................................................17 2012 Numerical Roster ................................................................18 2012 Alphabetical Roster.............................................................19 2012 Outlook ...............................................................................20 Player Profiles ..............................................................................24 2012 Opponents ...........................................................................44 2012 Composite Schedule............................................................46 NCAA Lacrosse ...........................................................................48 NCAA Quarterfinals at Hofstra ...................................................49 This is Hofstra University ............................................................50 Hofstra President..........................................................................52 University Senior Administration ................................................53 Hofstra Director of Athletics .......................................................54 Hofstra Athletics ..........................................................................55 Athletics Administrative Staff and Head Coaches.......................56 Hofstra Heritage ...........................................................................58 Hofstra Lacrosse Academic Plan .................................................60 A Day in the Life of a Hofstra Lacrosse Player ...........................61 Margiotta Hall ..............................................................................62 James M. Shuart Stadium/Hofstra Indoor Practice Facility.........64 Howdy Myers Pavilion ................................................................65 Academic Support........................................................................66 Athletic Training ..........................................................................67 Long Island and New York City ..................................................68 The Program.................................................................................69 The Colonial Athletic Association ...............................................70 2011 Statistics and Results...........................................................71 2011 Game Summaries ................................................................72 2011 Colonial Athletic Association Review ................................84 All-Time Letterwinners ...............................................................86 Hofstra Record Book ...................................................................90 Hofstra Annual Leaders ...............................................................94 Hofstra Lacrosse Award Winners ................................................96 Hofstra Players in the Pro’s .......................................................100 National Team Alumni ..............................................................102 Coaching Alumni .......................................................................103 Series Records............................................................................104 Yearly Records/Coaches Records ..............................................105 All-Time Hofstra Lacrosse Results............................................106 Media Information .....................................................................114 Warrior Lacrosse ........................................................................116

Associate Director of Athletics for Communications: Stephen Gorchov Office Phone: (516) 463-4933 Senior Sports Information Director/Lacrosse Contact: Jim Sheehan Office Phone: (516) 463-6764 Cell Phone: (516) 523-6692 Fax: (516) 463-5033 Email Address: Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications: Brian Bohl Office Phone: (516) 463-6759 Director of Athletic Publications: Len Skoros Office Phone: (516) 463-4602 Hofstra Lacrosse on the Web: Head Athletic Trainer: Evan Malings Athletic Trainer-Men’s Lacrosse: Rob Sullivan Equipment Managers: Anthony Battaglia (MLAX) and Kathy Theiling Assistant Equipment Managers: Dave Walsh, John Considine Photography: Brian Ballweg, Jim Sheehan, Charles Roy, Darl Zehr, Larry Cowder Head Lacrosse Coach: Seth Tierney (Johns Hopkins, 1991) Record at Hofstra: 49-26/Five seasons Overall Record: Same Email: Head Coach’s Phone: (516) 463-6484 Lacrosse Office Fax: (516) 463-3818 Assistant Coach: Kevin Unterstein (Hofstra, 2008) Office Phone: (516) 463-6629 Email: Assistant Coach: J.P. Brazel (Hofstra, 2000) Office Phone: (516) 463-6617 Email: Assistant Coach: Sean Smith (Roanoke, 1983) Office Phone: (516) 463-6484 Senior Assistant to the Men’s Lacrosse Coach: Cathy Aull E-mail Address: Office Phone: (516) 463-6484 Fax: (516) 463-3818


Players Returning/Lost: 26/18 Starters Returning: 5 (M-Brad Loizeaux, M-Ian Braddish, D-Cody Solaja, D- Corey Caputo, G-Andrew Gvozden) Starters Lost: 5 (A-Jay Card, A-Jamie Lincoln, A- Stephen Bentz, M-Kevin Ford, D-Mike Skudin) 2012 Team Captains: Andrew Gvozden, Steve Serling 2011 Record: 13-3 2011 CAA Record: 5-1 (First place, regular season) Key Returnees Ian Braddish Adrian Sorichetti Brad Loizeaux Mike DeNapoli Andrew Gvozden

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2011 Stats G - A - Pts. 16-17-33 12-1-13 6-4-10 5-5-10 16 GP, 6.00 GAA



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President: Stuart Rabinowitz Faculty Athletics Representative: Dr. Michael Barnes Director of Athletics: Jack Hayes Senior Executive Associate Director of Athletics: Danny McCabe Senior Associate Director of Athletics: Cindy Lewis Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Facilities: Jay Artinian Associate Director of Athletics for Communications: Stephen Gorchov Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs: Tim McMahon Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance: John Heck Assistant Director of Athletics for Development: Daniel Solow Assistant Director of Athletics for Corporate Relations: Ellen Johnson Assistant Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Development: Samantha Sweeney Assistant Director of Athletic Administration: Rachel August Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing and Promotions: Chrissy Arnone Director of Ticket Sales: Michael Neely Director of Student-Athlete Services: James Lally Athletic Department Phone: (516) 463-3800/6750

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MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS It is my pleasure to welcome you to Hofstra University and the 2012 NCAA Division I Lacrosse season. We look forward to another exciting season under Head Lacrosse Coach Seth Tierney. Hofstra remains committed to achieving success at the highest levels, both in the classroom and on the field. Hofstra Lacrosse enters the 2012 season after a 13-win 2011 campaign that saw the Pride earn a fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament berth, marking the first time in program history that the team went to the NCAA Tournament four years in a row. The 2011 season also saw the Pride play in the Warrior Classic at Rentschler Field, defeating Massachusetts in a nationally televised contest on ESPNU. The Pride boasted four All-Americans in seniors Jay Card and Mike Skudin, junior Andrew Gvozden and sophomore John Antoniades, while Skudin was also named the CAA Defensive Player of the Year and a USILA Scholar-All-American. In 2012 Hofstra will once again face a challenging schedule that includes home contests against Notre Dame and Delaware, and games at Princeton, North Carolina and Massachusetts. The North Carolina game will be held at the 21,000-seast American Legion Memorial Stadium in Charlotte, which serves as the home of the Charlotte Hounds of Major League Lacrosse. The Massachusetts game will take place at Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Patriots of the NFL and the site of the 2012 NCAA Tournament Semifinals and Championship game. Off the field, the lacrosse program was the recipient of a generous gift from alumnus and former All-American James C. Metzger ’83, who made a $1.5 million dollar commitment to establish an endowment for the program as well as support capital improvements for the entire Hofstra Athletics Department. It is the largest gift in the history of Hofstra Athletics. Over the past decade, Hofstra University and the Athletics Department have committed its resources to provide a first-class experience for our student-athletes and the entire University community. The primary mission at Hofstra University is to educate our students and prepare them for their careers after college. In recent years the Athletics program has added an enhanced academic advisement program that includes the Fried Center for Student-Athlete Development and an upgraded tutorial program. In addition, we have initiated “Career Nights” where successful alumni, including many former student-athletes, return to campus to speak, both in group

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and one-on-one formats, about how to embark on a professional career. On the athletic side, our constant upgrade of athletic facilities, locker rooms, training areas and offices provide our studentathletes and our staff with the very best environment in which to prepare and perform. The men’s lacrosse program, which salutes past student-athletes with the Pride Victory Walk at the entrance of Shuart Stadium, recently completed a multi-phase project that will keep their Shuart Stadium/Margiotta Hall facility among the best in the country. In 2007 FieldTurf was installed in Shuart Stadium allowing the Pride to compete and practice on the best and safest playing surface. New scoreboards in the north and south end zones further enhance the game day experience. Recently, the Pride locker room and lacrosse offices were completely renovated to provide a first-class dressing room as well as welcome, meeting and working areas for both of our lacrosse programs. The athletic training area of Margiotta Hall was also refurbished to create a stateof-the-art facility for Hofstra’s sports medicine staff to treat student-athletes. In 2010 a Traditions Project, which pays tribute to the history of the lacrosse program, was completed. As Hofstra enters its 64th season of lacrosse, we look back fondly on all of our previous achievements; 517 victories (one of only 17 programs in the nation with 500 or more wins); 17 conference championships; 17 trips to the NCAA Tournament, including four quarterfinal appearances; 45 times ranked in the Top 20 nationally in the final poll; and the many All-Americans, scholar-athletes, all-conference selections and North-South All-Star Game participants. The beginning of a new season excites us all and I would like to thank all our alumni, parents and friends for their support of Hofstra Lacrosse. Our mission and goals remain the same - to provide our student-athletes with the resources to be successful on and off the field. My best wishes to Coach Tierney, his staff and the 2012 Pride team for a successful season. Enjoy the season,

Jack Hayes Director of Athletics



Comedian Louis C.K. headlined the Out Loud portion of Hofstra’s 2011 Fall Festival

Rapper Rick Ross performs at the Vibe Live concert during Fall Festival The HofstraNorth Shore LIJ School of Medicine welcomed its first class this past July

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominee Joan Jett and the Blackhearts were part of the Vibe Live Concert

Salt-n-Pepa were also featured performers at Fall Festival

Legendary rappers Public Enemy performed at Hofstra in 2010

A large crowd of students enjoyed the Vibe Live Concert at Hofstra

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HIGHLIGHTS Hofstra is just 25 miles from New York City

Taking Back Sunday rocked the crowd during 2011 Fall Festival

The Princeton Review recently named the Zarb School of Business one of its “Great Schools for Marketing and Sales Majors”

WRHU, Hofstra’s radio station, was recently rated the fifth best college radio station in the nation by The Princeton Review




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Each holiday season, the Pride participates in Holiday Magic, a program that Coach Tierney initiated while he was at Johns Hopkins and brought with him to Hofstra. The team helps collect, wrap and distribute toys to underprivileged children, providing a bit of joy to those in need. Hofstra is also actively involved in the fight against blood cancer

through the HEADstrong Foundation, which was founded by Nick Colleluori before his passing as a result of NonHodgkin’s Lymphoma. The team has raised awareness and a great deal of funds through the sales of “Relentless” t-shirts and lime green shoelaces. Each year the team participates in the Nick Colleluori Classic at Ridley High School in Pennsylvania, which serves as the organization’s biggest fundraiser. Junior Jordan Fried also helped raise money for cancer research as part of Fred’s Team at the New York City Marathon. Fried, who is a leukemia survivor, completed the marathon in both 2010 and 2011. The team also raises money for the Stephen Siller Children’s Foundation by competing in the Tunnel to Towers Run/ Walk in honor of Firefighter Stephen Siller, who lost his life September 11, 2001. The team is also involved with a variety of initiatives with Hofstra’s Student-

Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), including reading programs at local schools, a gift card donation program during the holidays, the Special Olympics and Long Island Cares Holiday food drives.


The Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse team lends a great deal of time to the Long Island community. The team frequently conducts lacrosse clinics for special needs children, as well as participating in events to aid the homeless, including the Have a Heart for the Homeless Candlelight Vigil sponsored by the Long Island Coalition for the Homeless (LICH). The Pride was helped setup, sort and pack clothes and goods for both individuals and homeless shelters.

The team has also joined with the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation and has “adopted” Dylan Beach. Team members and coaches spend time with Dylan and welcome him to home games.



NICK COLLELUORI HEADSTRONG FOUNDATION Nick Colleluori, who would have been part of the class of 2008, fought a “relentless” battle against Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, and while Nick lost his battle on November 28, 2006, his vision has just begun.


The HEADstrong Foundation is dedicated to Nick’s life. During his 14-month battle, which included chemotherapy, a stem-cell transplant and extensive radiation treatment, it was Nick’s vision to establish this foundation to raise awareness and help others affected by this disease. He drew the logo as he was waiting to go into the operating room for a procedure. Because lacrosse was his passion and he can no longer carry the ball, his family and friends will carry the ball for him.

“Make use of the time you have & don’t stress the little things. Have a smile and enjoy what you can get out of life.”

- Nick Colleluori

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The Pride compete in the annual HEADstrong Foundation Nick Colleluori Memorial Classic at Ridley High School in Folsom, Pennsylvania. The underlying thread of the tournament is lacrosse, but the real theme is helping those in need. Since the Classic started in 2007, more than $700,000 has been raised for the Foundation, including $165,000 at the 2011 event. For more information on Nick Colleluori and the HEADstrong Foundation, please visit www.

NICK COLLELUORI TRIBUTE Previous #27 Jersey Recipients 2010 Adam Swarsen 2011 Steven DeNapoli

“Wearing number 27 is both an opportunity and a responsibility. It has given me an opportunity to pay tribute not only to Nick Colleluori and his family, but also the players who honored Nick before me, and all of those who continue to honor him today. The number has also given me the responsibility to follow the lessons Nick has taught on and off the field. Wearing the number 27 is the highest honor I will ever receive as a Hofstra Lacrosse player.”


Rather than retire the jersey of Nick Colleluori, the men’s lacrosse program decided to honor Nick by assigning the number to a deserving senior each year. Hofstra is determined to keep Nick’s memory and his mission alive by educating new players on his life and the inspiration he provide to the team.

Cole Koesterer




ALUMNI REFLECTIONS teammates and alumni friends have influenced my life in so many ways. There is a unique and special bond within the Hofstra lacrosse family. In the years since my playing days I have remained close to Hofstra lacrosse and active within the Long Island lacrosse community. Attending Hofstra games and events over the years keeps me connected with former teammates and other alums. Socially and professionally these are the people I share my life with. I am able to hold onto the game I love and interact with the many friends I have made along the way. There were many memorable times during my playing days as a Dutchmen. My senior year (1983) we were ranked 9th in the country at one point and finished the season with a respectable 9-5 record. Joe Fowler and I were selected as All American’s that year and I represented Hofstra in the North-South All Star game. One unforgettable game goes back to my freshman year (1980). That season I was fortunate to have played with great players like Vinny Sombrotto, Kevin Smith, Ed Wallace, Gary Arnold, and some guy named Jim Metzger. It was the last game of the season for both teams and Washington & Lee, highly ranked at the time, came up to Hempstead to play a hot Hofstra team who had just knocked off North Carolina State. W&L led most of the way but we somehow found a way to tie the game and force sudden death overtime. We won 7-6. I threw in 3 goals, including the winner in OT… all assisted by that guy Metzger. It’s funny how things happen in life. The game and the season end and then 28 years fly by. Then somehow you reconnect with a teammate who throws you another assist as I’ve been working with Jim Metzger for the last several years.

Like many kids growing up on Long Island I was introduced to the game of lacrosse at an early age. There were many people in my hometown of Bethpage who influenced my decision to work hard toward the goal of playing lacrosse at the college level. My high school coach, the late Fran McCall, took special interest in me and for that I am forever grateful. With his direction throughout middle school and high school he encouraged me to work hard, study the game and attend as many college games as possible. Many of the games I attended were at Hofstra. He helped me recognize that I had the athletic ability to play at the Division I level. By my senior year in high school I wanted nothing more than to play college lacrosse. Coach McCall coordinated the recruitment process, introduced me to Hofstra Coach Harry Royle and before I knew it I was on my way. Thirty-plus years later, I still enjoy the game as much as ever and I am proud to have worn the Hofstra blue and gold. Although the years playing college lacrosse went by too fast, the friends and relationships I’ve made and the experiences I’ve shared will last a lifetime. My coaches,

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Hofstra Lacrosse has been and will continue to be part of who I am. I attribute my success in my personal life and business life to all that I learned as an athlete in college. I look forward to each new Hofstra Lacrosse season as if I were playing again. Each spring when I walk into that stadium for the first home opener I feel like I’m part of the team. Thank you to all the former and current coaches and to the entire athletic department for bringing Hofstra Lacrosse to the level it is today. The best is yet to come. Good luck to this years team! Go Pride!

Bob Quinlan, 1983

ALUMNI REFLECTIONS Having a relentless attitude to achieve above expectations both on and off the field was imperative. Hofstra wins games because their athletes are taught from day one to out work their opponents. This type of attitude has had a tremendous impact on my life, especially after I graduated.

In the fall of 2006 when I arrived at Hofstra University, I remember being nervous and anxious to begin a new chapter of my life. Being greeted outside of Margiotta Hall by 45 new teammates, who are now like my brothers, is something I will never forget. It took me only a few hours to realize that Hofstra was a very special place. I was fortunate enough to be a member of the Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse team from 2006-10. The work ethic that was immediately demanded of me was a bit overwhelming at first but at the same time, it was only preparing me for the rest of my life. At Hofstra, having a relentless pursuit of excellence on and off the field is certainly required. We won games on the field because it was the little things we did off the field and in the classroom. In my four years there, expectations were always high. As great as it was winning a CAA championship and always being ranked in the top 10, achieving a cumulative team GPA of a 3.0 or better was something that always stood out to us.


I currently work in finance for a firm that demands perfection. I can’t emphasize enough how prepared I was on my first day because of the values that were instilled in me while at Hofstra. Waking up at 5 a.m. to be the first one in the office is not tough when I think of my boys who are probably in Shuart Stadium at that time for their early morning workouts. Playing lacrosse for the Pride has certainly made life in the ‘real world’ a lot easier. Studentathletes live very different lives than regular students. Sincee 2006, my teammates and I had a full-time job playing for a top tier program while achieving in the classroom at the same time. When I started working in June of 2010, I felt that I was a step above everyone when it came to working hard and efficiently. Doing things the right way, the first time, was something we lived by at Hofstra and this mindset has not failed me yet. I can honestly say my four years in Hempstead were the four most memorable years of my life. The people I met, the challenges I faced and obstacles that we as a team overcame, has propelled me into the real world with the utmost confidence. The friendships I made at Hofstra University will most certainly last a lifetime, as we still talk everyday and reflect back on our time spent together. I remember Coach Tierney telling me my freshman year thatt my time spent at Hofstra would be the fastest four years of my life. It was not that I didn’t believe him; it was that I did not want him to be right. He was right. My teammates and I grew up extremely fast. We all left Hofstra with a mind-set that has pushed us to be great at whatever the nextt chapter in our lives leads us to. A strong belief that we find ourselves frequently reminding each other is ‘if it was easy then everyone would do it...’ something we all learned on our first day at Hofstra University.

Tom Interlicchio, 2010





SETH TIERNEY Seth Tierney became the fifth head coach in the history of the Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse program when he was hired to the position in August 2006. Entering his sixth season in 2012, Tierney has led the Pride to 49 victories, the 2008 Colonial Athletic Association championship, the 2009 and 2011 CAA regular season titles and berths in four consecutive NCAA Championships from 2008 through 2011. Tierney served as an assistant coach at Hofstra from 1995 through 2000 beforee leaving for a similarr position at his alma mater Johns Hopkins University. During his six-year tenure with th the Pride, Hofstra recorded six consecutive winning seasons with th a combined overall record of 61-28 and a conference mark of 2992, captured five league titles, received five top 15 final national rankings, and played in four NCAA Championship tournaments. s.

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Tierney also coached seven All-Americans and nearly two-dozen all-conference players during his first tenure at Hofstra. Among them was midfielder Doug Shanahan, who would receive the inaugural Tewaaraton Trophy as College Lacrosse Player of the Year, the Lt. Ray Enners Award as the Division I Player of the Year, and the Lt. Donald McLaughlin Award as the Division I Midfielder of the Year in 2001. “During our search, we had the privilege of meeting many outstanding candidates including several former Pride assistants,” Hofstra Director of Athletics Jack Hayes said. “Although all of them had exceptional and unique plans for Hofstra Lacrosse, Seth Tierney’s presentation displayed the enthusiasm, intensity and passion that we were looking for. We are committed to assisting him move the program into the elite level of college lacrosse.” Last season, the Pride enjoyed great success, both on the field and in the classroom. Hofstra recorded a 13-3 record, captured the CAA regular season title and earned its school recordbreaking fourth consecutive bid to the NCAA Championship. In addition, the Pride had four players – Jay Card, Mike Skudin, Andrew d ew Gvo Gvozden de and d Jo John Antoniades o des – eearn US USILA AllAmerica honors. Card, Skudin, Antoniades, Ian Braddish and Adam Mojica were named to the All-CAA first team while Gvozden, Steven DeNapoli and Jamie Lincoln were voted to the second team. Skudin, who was selected the CAA Defensive Player of the Year, also earned USILA Scholar Al AllAll-American l Am lmer eric ican ic an and CAA Men’s Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors. To close out the year, Skudin, DeNapoli and Card were named tto o the North-South Senior All-Star Game w with ith it DeNapoli leading all goal scorers in thee contest with three. In 2010, the Pride made its third consecutive trip to the NCAA Championship and finished the ye year ar with a 9-5 record. Hofstra had d ttwo wo wo players named to the USILA AA Allllll America team, five named d tto o the All-CAA team and tw two wo more named to the CAA A All-Rookie Team. In 20 200 2009, 09, 09 09, Tierney directed the Pr Pride ride ri de to an 11-4 overall, a 6-0 6--0 mark during the CAA A regular season and his second NCAA bid. Championship bid d. players Five Hofstra play yers ye rs the were named to th he Teams, All-CAA Team ms, including first team selectionn who Jay Card, wh ho the was voted th he Player CAA Play yer Year. of the Yea ar. IIn n four addition, fo ouurr Pride playe players ers er were named d to the USILA A All-America team and one w was aass voted to the USILA LA AS Scholarchol ch olar arr Athlete All-America Te T Team. am am. m F Fo For or his efforts, Tierney was nam named med the CAA co-Coach of the Ye Y Year. ear.


In his first year at the helm of the Hofstra program, Tierney took over a team that returned one starter from 2006’s NCAA Quarterfinal squad and led them to a 6-8 record that saw seven losses decided by one goal. The team qualified for the CAA Championship, saw one of its star players Kevin Unterstein - earn honorable mention AllAmerica honors and had seven player players named to All-CAA tteams, including thr three All-Rookie selections. Tierney retur returned to Hofstra after a six-year tenure at Joh John Hopkins, with the final two seasons as associate hhead coach. As the Blue JJays offensive coordinator, he was the architect of oone of the most potent aand explosive offenses in th the nation in recent yea years. Tierney

directed the Blue Jays attack that finished second in the nation in scoring margin, sixth in scoring offense and 16th in man-up offense during Hopkins’ NCAA title run in 2005. The Blue Jays led the nation in scoring offense and man-up offense in 2003 and finished fifth in both categories in 2004. In Tierney’s final season at Hopkins the Blue Jays posted a 9-5 record, advanced to the NCAA Championship quarterfinals, and ranked in the top 15 in the country in four statistical categories. With an emphasis on a balanced attack that puts pressure on the opposition at every position, individual awards have been plentiful at Hopkins. A total of 21 Blue Jay midfielders and attackmen earned All-America honors during Tierney’s tenure in Homewood. Among them was Kyle Harrison, a two-time first team All-America, who received the Tewaaraton Trophy and the Lt. Enners Award in 2005 and the McLaughlin Award in 2004 and 2005. Tierney played for the Blue Jays from 1988 through 1991 and served as team captain as a senior. He helped lead Hopkins to the NCAA Tournament in each of his four seasons, including an appearance in the 1989 NCAA title game. He received Hopkins’ TurnbullReynolds Award as a senior as the player most exemplifying leadership and sportsmanship. Tierney was also selected to play in the NorthSouth game as a senior. After graduating from Johns Hopkins, Tierney continued his playing career by playing three seasons of indoor lacrosse for the New York Saints before serving as an assistant coach for the Saints for two seasons. Tierney and his wife, Maureen, have two children - a son, Ryan (13), and a daughter, Erin (11). The Tierney family resides in Massapequa, New York.



The 2008 season saw Hofstra make a return to the NCAA Tournament after a one-year hiatus. The team posted a 10-6 record and won the CAA title in a thrilling overtime win over Drexel. Leading scorer Anthony Muscarella was named an honorable mention All-American, while Kevin Unterstein was the CAA Defensive Player of the Year and Jay Card earned CAA Rookie of the Year accolades. In addition, seven players received All-CAA honors and the Unterstein brothers, Kevin and Michael, were named North-South Game All-Stars and were both selected in the Major League Lacrosse Draft.




KEVIN UNTERSTEIN Kevin Unterstein, who served as an assistant coach under Bill Tierney at both Princeton in 2009 and Denver in 2010, is entering his second season on the Hofstra Pride men’s lacrosse staff in 2012. A 2008 graduate of Hofstra with a degree in sociology, Unterstein enjoyed a stellar playing career as a shortstick defensive middie from 2005 through 2008. As a senior he recorded a team-leading 70 ground balls while helping to guide the Pride to

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the Colonial Athletic Association title and the NCAA Tournament. For his efforts, he was an All-CAA first team selection, and was named the CAA Defensive Player of the Year, and the CAA Championship Tournament Most Valuable Player. In 2007 as a junior, Unterstein earned USILA All-American honorable mention honors, and was named to the All-CAA second team as well as the All-CAA Tournament team. As a sophomore in 2006, Kevin, his twin brother Mike, and their older brother Chris combined to help lead Hofstra to a 17-2 record, a No. 2 national ranking and a No. 3 seed in the NCAA tournament. He was also named to the All-CAA Rookie Team as a freshman. Following graduation in 2008, he became an assistant under Bill Tierney at Princeton, working with the defense and face-off specialists. He would follow Tierney to Denver to help coordinate the Pioneers’ man-down unit and work specifically with the defensive midfielders and work with assistant coach Trevor Tierney with the defense and the overall face-off game. A native of Shoreham, N.Y., he was a high school All-American at Shoreham-Wading River High, where he was part of four Suffolk County championships and one state championship. Unterstein married the former Melissa Orlando last October. The Untersteins reside in North Babylon, New York.


J.P. BRAZEL A former goalie at Hofstra during the 2001 and 2002 seasons, Brazel returns to Hofstra after serving as an assistant coach under head coach Bob Shillinglaw at Colonial Athletic Association-foe Delaware during the 2010-11 academic year. While with the Blue Hens, he served as an offensive assistant coach, and coached the Delaware goalies as well as the team’s attack unit. He coached four All-CAA players and one USILA All-America selection as the Blue Hens won the CAA Championship and advanced to the NCAA Championship Tournament.. Prior to coaching at Delaware, Brazel spent three seasons (200710) at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut. While at Sacred Heart, Brazel’s duties included coaching goaltenders, coordinating the team’s defense and man-down unit, recruiting, monitoring academic progress and assisting head coach Tom Mariano with all other day-to-day lacrosse operations. During his tenure at Sacred Heart, Brazel coached three All-Colonial Athletic Association defenders in addition to coaching the programs

goaltenders to top 15 national rankings in save percentage and top two national rankings in saves per game in 2009 and 2010. Brazel began his Division I coaching career during the 2006-07 year at Manhattan College in Riverdale, New York. He served as offensive coordinator and goalie coach at Manhattan under Head Lacrosse Coach Tim McIntee. Under his assistance, the Jaspers made a jump of more than three goals per game during the 2007 season. Brazel began his college coaching career as an assistant coach under Rich Speckmann from 2003 to 2006 at Nassau Community College. While at Nassau, Brazel guided the development of the team’s goaltenders and defensive units as well as working with the team’s face-off specialists. He helped lead the school to the NJCAA semifinals and regional championship in both 2003 and 2004. During his tenure at Nassau, Brazel coached seven NJCAA All-American defenders as well as a two-time All-American goalie. Nassau was also the start of Brazel’s college academic and athletic career. In 1999, Brazel earned National Junior College Athletic Association All-American and NJCAA Goalie of the Year while helping the Lions to NJCAA national title. As a freshman in 1998, he was a member of Nassau’s NJCAA semifinal team. Brazel then moved on to Hofstra and was part of the Pride’s NCAA Tournament appearances in 2000 and 2001, and was a member of the second highest ranked team in Hofstra history in 2002. An active speaker, Brazel has presented at both the U.S. Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association and Connecticut High School Coaches conventions during the last two years. Brazel, who holds a degree in psychology from Hofstra, resides in Massapequa, New York, with his wife, Jenna.

FORMER LACROSSE ALL-AMERICAN JAMES C. METZGER ‘83 MAKES LARGEST COMMITMENT IN HOFSTRA ATHLETICS HISTORY The Hofstra Athletics Department announced this past December that James C. Metzger ’83, had committed $1.5 million to support Hofstra Athletics. Metzger’s leadership support marks the largest gift in the history of Hofstra Athletics. Metzger, a men’s lacrosse AllAmerican in 1980 and a current member of the Pride Club board of directors, has generously supported Hofstra Athletics since reconnecting with the University in 2007. His contribution will establish a men’s lacrosse program endowment as well as support the capital improvement fund, which benefits all 17 sports. “Jim’s generosity to Hofstra Athletics in recent years has helped to elevate the men and women’s lacrosse programs to an elite level,” noted Director of

Athletics Jack Hayes. “This most recent and generous gift will provide long term support for the program he represented as a student-athlete as well as fund important facility projects and improvements that will directly impact all of our student-athletes.” Metzger’s seven-figure funding will not only provide significant support for the athletics programs but also serve as yet another positive step forward in the University’s ongoing efforts to bolster major gift support from alumni, parents and friends in order to continue to provide a first-class educational experience for its students.



Hofstra alumnus J.P. Brazel is in his first season on the Pride coaching staff in 2011-12.




SEAN SMITH Sean Smith is entering his 14th season on the Hofstra Lacrosse coaching staff in 2012. Smith, who came to Hofstra from Division Avenue High School in Levittown, New York, served on John Danowski’s coaching staff from 1998 through 2006 and returned to Seth Tierney’s staff for the 2008 season.

During his Hofstra coaching career, Smith helped develop 2001 Tewaaraton Trophy recipient Doug Shanahan, who also won National Player of the Year and National Midfielder of the Year accolades as well. He has also coached 53 all-conference players, seven conference players and rookies of the year, 25 All-Americans and 25 North-South All-Stars. Two of those all-stars, Doug Shanahan and Brett Moyer, went on to win MVP honors at the North-South All-Star Game. In 2006 Smith directed Tewaaraton Trophy finalist Chris Unterstein and helped the Pride to a berth in the NCAA Quarterfinals. In is 13 years with the program Smith has also seen eight players go on to earn USILA Scholar All-America honors.

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Smith began his coaching career in 1985 when he served as an assistant coach at Ohio Wesleyan University. While at Ohio Wesleyan, Smith also served as a physical education instructor, intramural director and ticket manager. In 1987 he joined the lacrosse staff at Army as an assistant and coached the Cadets from 1987 through 1990. Smith also served as a physical education instructor while at Army. He served as the varsity head lacrosse coach and the junior varsity head football coach at Division Avenue from 1990 to 1997. In addition to his Hofstra coaching duties, Smith is currently a teacher and assistant football coach in the Levittown School District. As a player at Roanoke College, Smith was named to the USILA Division III All-American team in 1982 and 1983. He tallied 50 goals in 1981 and 51 in 1982. Smith concluded his college career as Roanoke’s career leader and is currently second with 145 goals. He also ranks seventh in career scoring with 208 points and in the top 15 in career assists with 63. In 1996 Smith was inducted into the Roanoke College Athletic Hall of Fame. Smith holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Roanoke College, a master’s degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a postgraduate degree in educational administration from Hofstra. Smith and his wife, Carol, have three children - J.P. (19), Brendan (18) and Conor (14). The Smith family resides in West Islip, New York.



In his day-to-day work with the lacrosse teams, Prendergast administers drills for speed, agility and flexibility in addition to instructing the student-athletes on proper technique and form during weight training.

Prior to joining the Hofstra staff, Prendergast served as a student personal trainer through the Hofstra Recreation Center during the 2008-09 academic year. In 2007-08 he completed a 200-hour internship at Institute 3e, an elite sports performance facility, in Huntington, New York. Prendergast has also been a private strength coach to numerous athletes on Long Island. A certified strength and conditioning specialist, Prendergast is also certified by USA Weightlifting and is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning and Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Associations. He also holds American Red Cross CPR and AED certification. A 2009 graduate of Hofstra, Prendergast was an exercise specialist major and minored in community health and psychology. He resides in Syosset, New York.

2011 HOFSTRA HUNDRED CLUB The “Hofstra Hundred Club” is a fund-raising initiative for the men’s lacrosse program under the umbrella of the Hofstra Pride Club. Each member of this elite club is asked to donate $100 for each victory earned. All contributors to this program will be recognized as Hofstra Pride Club members and will receive all benefits afforded to them through the Hofstra Pride Club. Besides supporting the members of the Pride lacrosse team both on and off the field, these generous donations will allow Hofstra Lacrosse the opportunity to continue to operate in a first-class manner, while setting a new standard for a Division I lacrosse program. The Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse program would like to thank the Hofstra Hundred Club members and our generous contributors. With your support we have the resources and ability to do the ‘little things’ that make a big difference for our lacrosse program. A special thanks to the following 2010-11 Hofstra Hundred Club members: Gary & Rose Barth Stephen & Christine Bentz PJ Bjorneby Kevin & Basia Braddish Carl & Jeanne Caputo Joe Carrello Robert Dall Peter Dante Lou DiBlasi Dotson Family Doug Edmonds Gerry Fay Tom & Diane Ferry

Ed Finegan Joseph Fowler Dr. Arno Fried Dr. Mindy Fried Jeff Froccaro John Froccaro Michael Greco David Greenberg Martin Greenberg Doug Hall Chris Hein Greg Hein Tom Holman

Bob Leary Renee Leary George Loros Tony & Carole Mazzarella James C. Metzger John Michielini Bill Miller William Munck Tom & Sue Nunziata Robert Parrinelli Anthony and Catharine Perettine Bob Quinlan

Michael Ricigliano Steve and Kristen Rielly Robert Serling John & Diane Skudin Adam Snyder Bill & Kathleen Stanley Jay Sullivan Tom Tierney Pat Tierney Owen Walsh Dave Woycik Dr Allen Zagoren


James Prendergast is in his third season as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Hofstra University. Prendergast began his career at Hofstra as an intern on the strength and conditioning staff and moved into his current role in January 2010 and works primarily with the Pride’s men and women’s lacrosse programs.

If you are interested in joining the Hofstra Hundred Club, please call our office at 516-463-6484, or send us an email at




2012 HOFSTRA MEN’S LACROSSE NUMERICAL ROSTER No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 37 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 47 49 50 77

First Last Brad Loizeaux Lance Yapor Tyler Johnston Steve Romano Steve Serling Dan Pezzolla Jordan Fried Mike Malave Mike DeNapoli Ryan Quinn Drew Coholan Aaron Jones Tyler Begley Kevin Leary Chris Howell Torin Varn Andrew Gvozden Zachary Pall Guiliano Bove Brian Hogan Stephen DiGiovanni Corey Caputo Cody Solaja Mark Mullen Coleman Koesterer Ryan O’Leary Jack Moorehead Sal Tuttle Rob Bellairs Michael Hamilton Chris Selva A.J. Leary Thomas Passenant John Reicherter Graham Horvath Anthony Zappone John Antoniades Ian Braddish Rob Moore Korey Hendrickson Jackson Meyers Ryan Brant Ryan Rielly Adrian Sorichetti


Ht. 6-0 5-11 5-8 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-10 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-2 5-10 5-9 5-9 6-2 6-1 5-7 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-0

Wt. 190 180 170 190 180 185 155 180 220 190 175 190 195 185 190 175 180 170 180 200 205 165 200 195 200 171 225 180 175 225 160 177 180 180 175 160 165 185 210 175 180 190 180 200


Hometown Mullica Hill, NJ Glenview, IL Morton, PA Massapequa, NY Rockville Centre, NY Endicott, NY Chappaqua, NY Wading River, NY Lynbrook, NY Gansevoort, NY Rochester, NY Fairport, NY East Islip, NY Guilford, CT Bethlehem, PA Ithaca, NY Millersville, MD Setauket, NY Garden City, NY West Islip, NY Cranford, NJ Stamford, CT Dallas, TX Harleysville, PA Manhattan Beach, CA East Meadow, NY East Northport, NY Massapequa Park, NY N. Massapequa, NY Brighton, MI Parkland, FL Guilford, CT Charlotte, NC Wantagh, NY Essex Fells, NJ Ballston Lake, NY Hauppauge, NY West Islip, NY West Islip, NY Farmingdale, NY Annapolis, MD Edgewater, MD East Northport, NY Whitby, ON, Canada

Head Coach: Seth Tierney Assistant Coaches: Kevin Unterstein, J.P. Brazel and Sean Smith

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High School The Tatnall School Glenbrook (IL)/Salisbury (CT) Ridley Massapequa South Side Union Endicott Horace Greeley Shoreham-Wading River Lynbrook Saratoga Springs Irondequoit Fairport East Islip Guilford The Hill School Ithaca Severna Park Ward Melville H. Frank Carey West Islip Cranford Darien Episcopal School of Dallas Germantown Academy Cazenovia St. Anthony’s John Glenn Farmingdale Plainedge Brother Rice St. Thomas Aquinas Guilford Charlotte Country Day Wantagh Seton Hall Prep Shenendehowa St. Anthony’s West Islip West Islip Farmingdale Arundel DeMatha Catholic John Glenn All Saints/Trinity-Pawling

2012 HOFSTRA MEN’S LACROSSE ALPHABETICAL ROSTER First Last John Antoniades Tyler Begley Rob Bellairs Guiliano Bove Ian Braddish Ryan Brant Corey Caputo Drew Coholan Mike DeNapoli Stephen DiGiovanni Jordan Fried Andrew Gvozden Michael Hamilton Korey Hendrickson Brian Hogan Graham Horvath Chris Howell Tyler Johnston Aaron Jones Coleman Koesterer A.J. Leary Kevin Leary Brad Loizeaux Mike Malave Rob Moore Jack Moorehead Mark Mullen Jackson Meyers Ryan O’Leary Zachary Pall Thomas Passenant Dan Pezzolla Ryan Quinn John Reicherter Ryan Rielly Steve Romano Chris Selva Steve Serling Cody Solaja Adrian Sorichetti Sal Tuttle Torin Varn Lance Yapor Anthony Zappone


Ht. 5-9 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-2 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-0 5-7 6-3 5-10 6-0 5-8 5-10 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-1 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-2 5-11 5-9

Wt. 165 195 175 180 185 190 165 175 220 205 155 180 225 175 200 175 190 170 190 200 177 185 190 180 210 225 195 180 171 170 180 185 190 180 180 190 160 180 200 200 180 175 180 160


Hometown Hauppauge, NY East Islip, NY N. Massapequa, NY Garden City, NY West Islip, NY Edgewater, MD Stamford, CT Rochester, NY Lynbrook, NY Cranford, NJ Chappaqua, NY Millersville, MD Brighton, MI Farmingdale, NY West Islip, NY Essex Fells, NJ Bethlehem, PA Morton, PA Fairport, NY Manhattan Beach, CA Guilford, CT Guilford, CT Mullica Hill, NJ Wading River, NY West Islip, NY East Northport, NY Harleysville, PA Annapolis, MD East Meadow, NY Setauket, NY Charlotte, NC Endicott, NY Gansevoort, NY Wantagh, NY East Northport, NY Massapequa, NY Parkland, FL Rockville Centre, NY Dallas, TX Whitby, ON, Canada Massapequa Park, NY Ithaca, NY Glenview, IL Ballston Lake, NY

High School St. Anthony’s East Islip Plainedge H. Frank Carey West Islip DeMatha Catholic Darien Irondequoit Lynbrook Cranford Horace Greeley Severna Park Brother Rice Farmingdale West Islip Seton Hall Prep The Hill School Ridley Fairport Cazenovia Guilford Guilford The Tatnall School Shoreham-Wading River West Islip John Glenn Germantown Academy Arundel St. Anthony’s Ward Melville Charlotte Country Day Union Endicott Saratoga Springs Wantagh John Glenn Massapequa St. Thomas Aquinas South Side Episcopal School of Dallas All Saints/Trinity-Pawling Farmingdale Ithaca Glenbrook (IL)/Salisbury (CT) Shenendehowa


No 42 14 31 20 43 49 23 12 9 22 7 18 32 45 21 40 16 3 13 27 34 15 1 8 44 29 25 47 28 19 37 6 11 39 50 4 33 5 24 77 30 17 2 41

Head Coach: Seth Tierney Assistant Coaches: Kevin Unterstein, J.P. Brazel and Sean Smith





A year ago, Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse Coach Seth Tierney was fairly certain about the talent and experience levels that he had with his 2011 Pride. Much was expected from a talented senior-laden attack, a deep competitive midfield, a solid team-minded defense and an ever improving goalie in the cage. Tierney was right. The Pride hit on all cylinders last year, ranking number one in the country in defense (6.56 GAA), in the top 25 in scoring (9.94 GPG), fourth in the nation in man-up offense and sixth in face-off percentage. With a potent attack trio that included two All-America honorable mentions in Jay Card and Jamie Lincoln, a deep midfield that included an All-America honorable mention face-off selection in John Antoniades and the national leader in goals against average and All-America honorable mention in Andrew Gvozden, the results were fairly predictable and extremely successful. Hofstra posted a 13-3 overall record and captured the Colonial Athletic Association regular season title. While things didn’t go as planned in the conference tournament, the Pride did receive their school-record fourth consecutive NCAA Championship Tournament bid. But the year following such an outstanding season sometimes yields misfortune. But with 26 players, including five starters, returning from last year’s squad plus the addition of some talented transfers and freshmen, Tierney feels confident that his team will be able to reload in 2012. Tierney and company will be faced with an upgraded schedule that adds Notre Dame and North Carolina, finding and replacing the trio on attack as well as the defensive midfield and developing the right chemistry for another winning campaign.

“My concern is not youth but, rather, inexperience,” Tierney said. “When you graduate your three starting attackmen, the entire defensive midfield and a close defenseman and captain, you lose a lot of game time minutes. While we may or may not necessarily be playing freshman, we do have to get more game experience, even for some of our returnees.”

GOAL One of the strengths of the Pride in 2012 will be in goal where senior captain Andrew Gvozden returns to start for a fourth year after a stellar season in 2011. The Millersville, Maryland, native turned in the best season of his career last year, posting a 13-3 record, leading the nation in goals against average with a 6.00 goals against average and placing third in save percentage with a .602 mark. For his efforts, Gvozden was voted to the All-CAA second team and was named a USILA All-America honorable mention. With a new starter on close defense and a new defensive midfield, his outstanding leadership talents may be his greatest strength this season. “Andrew has enjoyed a pretty good career so far and we are looking for Andrew to even better his game as a senior captain,” Tierney said. “. Andrew, along with face-off specialists John Antoniades, has had one of the biggest impacts on their team as their play can dictate time of possession and the flow of the game. We are looking for Andrew to be a team leader and finish his career on the highest note possible.” Fighting to back-up Gvozden is junior Ryan Brant (Edgewater, MD), a transfer from Ohio State, and freshman Chris Selva (Parkland, FL). Brant, who is the brother of former Pride player Tyler Brant, saw action for the Buckeyes in only one game in 2011 after playing in five ass a ffreshman reshman in 2010. Selva, who has shown some really re ggood go odd flaashes sh hes e iinn the cage, was a two-time high sschool sc cho h ol o All-America selection from St S St. tt. Thomas Aquinas High S Sc School chool in Fort Lauderdale, Fl F Florida. lorida.


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2012 OUTLOOK DEFENSE The Pride lost only one starter to graduation from last year’s squad but he was a good one in All-America honorable mention and CAA Defensive Player of the Year Michael Skudin. The four-year starter and captain last season started all 16 games, picked up 26 ground balls and was second in caused turnovers with 16. More than stats, he was a team leader who helped develop the defensemen who are now starting.

Freshmen Thomas Passenant (Charlotte, NC), an alllay, and North Carolina selection from Charlotte Country Day, Jackson Meyers (Annapolis, MD), a two-sport athlete te from Arundel High School, and Brian Hogan, a graduate student transfer from Limestone College, will also be looking ng for playing time.

MIDFIELD With many talented players to choose, the Pride coaching aching staff will have several options at the midfield are in 2012. “The midfield is our deepest position on the team this is season,” Tierney says. “Some injuries stung us pretty ty good last year. But with our talent, we are having several everal different conversations about the midfield in 2012.” On the offensive side, the Pride return graduate student dent Steve Serling (Rockville Centre, NY), who started in n just four game but tallied three goals and six assists before ore suffering a season-ending spleen injury. Junior Ian Braddish (West Islip, NY), an All-CAA first team pick in 2011, 1, played in all 16 games and tallied 16 goals and tied for the team-high with 17 assists. Junior Adrian Sorichetti etti (Whitby, Ontario), who tallied 12 goals in 12 gamess last


Returning to starting roles are junior Cody Solaja (Dallas, TX) and sophomore Corey Caputo (Stamford, CT). Each picked up 14 ground balls last season. Challenging for the third spot are juniors Mark Mullen (Harleysville, PA), who posted 17 ground balls and seven caused turnovers, and Michael Hamilton (Brighton, MI), who saw action in six games last season. “We will be utilizing a four-man group at close defense headed by Solaja, Caputo and Mullen with Hamilton as the fourth,” Tierney said. “All have played for us and Michael (Hamilton) has done a really nice job getting ready for the season.”


year, are the top three middies. “We don’t know if they will all be playing on the same line or if we will split them up over two or three lines,” Tierney said. “They can all initiate the offense, they can all finish the play and I think they have been waiting to play with each other and move forward.” The T e next group includes returning starter Th and a d senior Brad Loizeaux (Mullica an Hill, Hilll, NJ), sophomores Stephen Hi DiGiovanni D Di Giovanni (Cranford, NJ) NJ) and Rob Moore (West (West Islip, NY) (W aand nd freshman Tyler JJohnston Jo hnston (Morton, PA). P PA ). Loizeaux, whoo is w wh rreturning re turning from a knee iinjury njury last summer,





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tallied six goals an and four assists in 16 games game last year. DiGiovanni, who pplayed pl layed in just six games g llast la ast s yyear, ear, has impr improved ttremendously, tr reem mendously, according aac cco c rding to Tierney. Ti T ier e ney. M Moore, a ssophomore ophom transfer ttr ransfer ffrom JJacksonville, acksonv tallied tta allied 14 goals and aan nd five assists ffor fo or the Dolphins D last lla las ast season season. JJohnston Jo ohnston is a redoh freshman sshirt shi sh hirt freshm ttransfer tr tra ransfer from Georgetown G eorgetown who was w as a two-tim two-time AllAmerican A merican at R Ridley High Hi H igh School.

Senior Pezzolla S enior Dan Pez (Endicott, ((E Endicott, NY), Jones jjunior jun ju unior Aaron Jon who ((Fairport, (F Fairport, NY), w ttallied ta allied three goals and five aassists as ssists last season, and newcomers Korey Hendrickson (Farmingdale, NY), a two-time All-Nassau County selection from Farming Farmingdale High School, Mike Malave (Wading River, NY), an AllS ff lk C t pick i k ffrom Sh h W di Ri Suffolk County Shoreham-Wading River H High School, John Reicherter (Wantagh, NY), an All-Nassau o County pick from Wantagh High School and Steve Romano (Massapequa, NY), another all-county selection from Massapequa High School, will all be fighting for playing time. The Pride lost the defensive midfielder trio of Steve DeNapoli, Tim Holman and Adam Mojica to graduation, leaving the spots wide open. At the long-stick, senior Cole Koesterer (Manhattan Beach, CA), who is the 2012 Nick Colleluori Memorial Award recipient and will wear numberr 27 this season, is moving to his fourth position this season and is the front-runner for a long-stick spot. Junior Rob m Bellairs (North Massapequa, NY), has been converted from goalie to a pole to utilize his athleticism. Bellairs, who played in nine games in goal last season, is also coming off a summer knee injury. Two freshmen, Ryan Rielly (East Northport, NY), an All-America honorable mention as a senior at John Glenn High School, and Guliano Bove (Garden City, NY), a two-time all-county selection from Carey High School, will also be looking for long-stick playing time, as will sophomore Kevin Leary (Guilford, CT) and red-shirt freshman Chris Howell (Bethlehem, PA)..

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t-The shortstickk nsivee defensive fielderr midfi o in in spot is also sition with wiitth transition the graduationn ooff ven DeNap pol oli Steven DeNapoli and Holman. is is an areaa “This in which we have takenn a beating due raduation,” Tierney to graduation,” IAN BRADDISH ny said.. Sophomore Anthon Anthony pone (Ballston Lake e, Zappone Lake, ), who played in fivee NY), mes last season, lookss games ner er to bee the early front-runn front-runner he job. Senior Zach P aalll for the Pall auket, NY), who play yed ed (Setauket, played de in 100 games for the Prid Pride transferrriing ng last year after transferring m Quinnipiac, will wil illl from lenge Zapponee an aand nd challenge will also be takingg somee face-offs inn 2. Sophomo ore or 2012. Sophomore A.J. Leary ilford, CT), (Guilford, se twin broth herr K evi ev vin in whose brother Kevin will be looking for time as a long-stick middie, has good i i andd will ill also l pushh Zappone. Reicherter i h athleticism andd Romano will also be battling for time here as well ll.. ll well.

At the face -off off X face-off X,, junior All-America honorable mention Johnn Antoniades (Hauppauge, NY) gives the Pride one of the best face-off specialists in the country. Last year he ranked d fifth fi fth in the nation nation, winning 174 of 271 face-offs for a .642 winningg percentage. He also ranked 20th in ground balls with a team-leading 884. 4. 4. face-offs Pall, who won eight of 16 face-off fffs Antoniades last year, will back up Antoniade es es along with Malave. “We have STEVE been fortunate to have John


2012 OUTLOOK the past couple of years,” Tierney said. “We look for him to improve even more this season and become the premier face-off man in the country.”

ATTACK The graduation of All-America honorable mentions Jay Card and Jamie Lincoln, as well as Stephen Bentz leaves all three spots on the starting attack wide open. The three accounted for 81 goals and 42 assists last season. “The attack position is the one area that we have some uncertainty,” Tierney stated. “As a staff, we have discussed d the personnel frequently and we enjoy the competition thatt is there. But we are going to be different on attack than wee have been in the past.” Based on the fall season, the starting attack, which may not ot be solidified until near the season opener, has five players jockeying for the jobs. Senior Mike DeNapoli (Lynbrook, NY), who played in 13 games last season and tallied five goals and five assists, had a solid fall and will be looking to retain that momentum in the spring. Sophomores Lance Yapor (Glenview, IL), who tallied two goals and three assists in six games, and Torin Varn (Ithaca, NY), who played in 13 games and posted three goals and one assist, could be battling for the same spot on the attack line. Junior or Drew Coholan (Rochester, NY), who tallied two goals and d two assists in five games last year before suffering a seasonnending shoulder injury, and freshman Tyler Begley (East Islip, NY), a three-time All-Suffolk County selection at East Islip, will battle for the spot on the other side.

January newcomers Ryan O’Leary (East Meadow, NY), a junior transfer from the U.S. Naval Academy who g g assists in 14 ggames in 2010,, tallied nine goals and eight and fres shm hman an nS al T al u tle (Massapequa Park, NY), an Allut freshman Sal Tuttle A Am erican at Farmingdale High American S ho Sc h ol, will be looking to crack School, tth he rotation and disrupt any the earl r y line-up decisions by the early coac co a hing staff. coaching


Sophomore Graham Horvath (Essex Fells, NJ), who saw action in four games last year and had a solid fall ll and







Midfield 6-0, 180, Graduate Student Rockville Centre, NY/South Side High School Coach: Joe Baccerela

Second season on the Pride Lacrosse team…Co-Captain… team…C …C Co-Ca Captai Capt ptai pt ain… n… … Came Cam a e to Hofstra following graduation ffrom rom ro Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania,, in in 2010…2011: Took a medical red-shirt… Started in all four game that he playe yeed played before suffering a season-ending injury…Tallied three goals an nd and siix aas six ssi sist ist sts ts an aand d assists

and 18th in the nation in points…Tallied five goals and three assists in the season opener against Fairfield… Scored five goals against Holy Cross…Scored three manup goals and was credited with a game-winning goal… Picked up 14 ground balls and took 101 shots…2009: Did not play due to injury…2008: Played and started in all 13 games…Tallied 23 goals and nine assists for a team-high 32 points…Scored four goals against Holy Cross and three goals against Wagner…Picked up 15 ground balls…2007: Played in 13 games and started 11 as a freshman…Second on the team with 12 goals including a season-high three against Drexel…Dished out three assists…Picked up nine ground balls…High School: Was a captain and three-year letterman in lacrosse at South Side High School in letterm Rockville Centre, New York…Named to All-Nassau Rockvi County teams as a senior in lacrosse and soccer… Captained the soccer team as well…National Honor Captain Society member…Personal: Born May 9, 1988…Has two brothers and one sister…Pursuing a master’s degree in brother finance at Hofstra. Year 2007* 2008* 2010* 2011 Career * - at Lafayette Laf

GP 13 13 14 4 44

Sht. 39 74 101 13 227

G 12 23 37 3 75

A 3 9 12 6 30

Pts. 15 32 49 9 105

GB 9 15 14 2 40


DENAPOLI picked up two ground ndd balls…Picked up an assist in his first game ffor or Hofstra against Colgate… … Added three goals and fo ouurr four assists at Sacred Heart an nd and was named CAA co-Play yer co-Player of the Week…Added an n assist in win over Princeton…CAA Commissioner’s Academi miic Academic Award recipient At Lafayett t e Co tt Coll lleg ll lege:: Tallied Ta 72 goals recipient…At Lafayette College: and 24 assists in three seasons at Lafayette…Graduated with a degree in economics and business…2010: USILA All-American honorable mention…USILA ScholarAll-America Team selection…Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year…All-Patriot League first team selection…Played and started in all 14 games for the Leopards…Tallied 37 goals and 12 assists for a team-high 49 points…Ranked first in the Patriot League and ninth in the nation in goals (2.64) and second in the Patriot League

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Midfield 6-1, 220, Senior Lynbrook, NY/Lynbrook High School Coach: Larry Glenz

Fourth year on the Pride lacrosse roster… roster…2011: Played in 13 games as a junior…Tied for seventh on the team with 10 points on five goals and five ass assists…Tallied goals against Harvard, Air Force, Manha Manhattan, Fairfield and Penn State…Posted a seasonbest tw two assists at Delaware and single assists against Manhattan, St. Joseph’s and Massachusetts…Notched two points versus Delaware and Manhattan…Was tied for third with three man-up goals…Picked up two ground balls…Took 14 shots with nine going on goal… Fired three shots against Air Force and Fairfield…2010: Played in 14 games and started 11…Eighth on the team in scoring with 12 points.. Tallied nine goals and three assists…Scored a season-high three goals and four points in the season opener at Princeton…Notched two goals

MEET THE PRIDE agains in t Br B ow wn an nd Jo ohhnns ns H pk Ho pkiinns… …A Allso s sccoore red ed agaiins ag n tM Maass ssac aacchu h sett tts a d Ja an Jack Jac cksonv nvviillle le… Poosted sted st d asssis ists ists ts agai ag ains ains nstt Hop Hopk Ho pki kins and Sa an Sacr crred Heea eart rt in add in d it itio ionn too io P ince Pr ince in ceto t n… to n… Tall Ta llie iedd on ie one m nma n-up u goal up g

(Jac (J acks ac k onville)… ks … Crred edit ited ed with thhe ga gam me-winning ggooal al aga g inst Brown… … Pick Pi ked ed up 10 ground ball ball ba llss in inc uding two again incl nst Army…Took Ar …T 40 shots…20 009: Saw li Sa lim mi action in the Rob mited bert Morrris Mo i game…High School: Played ed d four years of lacrosse and d thre th ree years ye of football at Lynbrook High Hi gh S Scchool…Named ch to High Scho School hoool AllAllAl l-Am A er Am ericca team as a senior…20008 Na Nasssaau u County M Midfielder of the Year… …Na Name meed to All-Long Island annd All-Nassau Counntyy teams as well…All-ccounty selection ass a junior…All-conferrence pick as a sophomore…Two tim me team captai ainn in lacrosse and footbball…Recorde dedd 90 goals and 42 assissts over his finall two scholastic seasonns…Was ann All-Long Island and All-Nassau au u County performer inn football ll as well…Personal: B Born December 18, 1989… …Hass two sisters…Lists Brriann Urlacher as his favorrite tee athlete…Also recruitted ed by Ohio State and Navy…Marketing major.

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G 0 9 5 14

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GB GB 0 10 10 2 122



Goalkeeper 6-1, 180, Senior Millersville, MD/Severna Park High School Coach: Larry Kramer

Fourth year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…Co-Captain…Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award nominee…2011: USILA All-America honorable mention…All-CAA second team selection… Led the nation in goals against average with a 6.00 mark… Ranked third in the country in save percentage with a .602 mark…Recorded a 13-3 won lost record while starting all 16 games and playing 899:23 of action…Made seven or more saves in 12 games including a season-high 17 in win over Penn State… Stopped 15 shots against Harvard, 12 at Delaware and 11 against St. John’s…Allowed only one g al in al go a mo most st 54 minutes of actionn at St. Jos osep ep ph’ h s… Allo Al loowe wedd 90 goa oals ls on th he seas se ason as on andd




MEET THE PRIDE made a total of 136 saves…Allowed seven or fewer goals in 12 of the 16 games…Named to Hofstra Dean’s List for a third time…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2010: Played in 10 games and started seven in goal as a sophomore…Saw w 412:49 of action…Played entire games against Delaware, Penn State, Jacksonville and Towson…Faced 219 shots, ts, making 70 saves and allowing 64 goals for a 9.30 goals against average, a .522 save percentage and a 4-2 won-lost n-lost l mark…Posted k P d a season-high hi h 13 saves on 36 shots in the he NCAA Tournament game at Maryland…Made 11 saves es in a win over Delaware (33 shots) and 10 saves against st St. John’s (21 shots) and Manhattan (18 shots)… 2009: 009: Named to the All-CAA Freshman team…Played d and started 13 games as a freshman…Made his college ege debut in the third ggame am me of of the year against Johns Hopkins opkins and his brother, Mike, in goal…Posted Posted an 8.38 goals against average which ich ranked third in the CAA and 18th h in Division I…Held Villanova to three ee goals and Robert Morris and Sacred d Heart to five…Posted a .557 save percentage which was fourth in the CAA and 20th in Division I…Recorded rded doubledigit saves in seven games…Tallied s…Tallied a season-high 17 saves and faced 35 shots against Army, 15 saves on n 45 shots at Cornell and 12 saves on 39 shots against North Carolina…Faced 43 3 shots at Johns sioner’s Academic Hopkins…CAA Commissioner’s Award recipient…High School: Played four y years of lacrosse and fourr years of ice hockey hool in Severna Park k, at Severna Park High School Park, Maryland…Helped lead team to Maryland hips in 2006 and Public School championships nty first teams by The 2007…Named to all-county apital…Selected first Baltimore Sun and The Capital…Selected ted a save percentage of team All-Examiner…Posted al: Born June 14, 1990…Has one .800 as a senior…Personal: Brother, Michael, is a goalkeeper sister and two brothers…Brother, rosse team…Lists “Entourage” as for the Johns Hopkins lacrosse ow Also recruited by Johns his favorite television show…Also Hopkins, Georgetown, Cornell, Brown, Dartmouth and Penn…Plans to attend culinary school after graduation… Entrepreneurship major. Year 2009 2010 2011 Career

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GP 13 10 16 23

Min. 780:42 412:49 899:23 1,193:31

GA 109 64 90 173

GAA 8.38 9.30 6.00 8.70

Svs. 137 70 136 207

Sv% .557 .522 .602 .545



KOESTERER Midfield (LS) 6-1, 200, Sen Senior Manhattan Be Beach, CA/ Cazenovia (NY) (N High School Coach: C Eric Nieman


Fourth year on tthe Hofstra lacrosse roster…2012 Nick Ni Colleluori Memorial Award recipient and will wear num number 27…2011: Played in alll 16 games at short-stick defensiv al defensive middie as a junior… R Re Recorded c rded five ground balls on the season…Picked up co ttwo tw w ground balls at Sacred H wo Heart and one each against H Ha Harvard, arvard, Manhattan and St. Joseph’s…2010: Played in four games as a sophomo in sophomore…Took three shots… P Pi icked up three ground ba Picked balls on the season, all aagainst gainst Manhattan…Fo Manhattan…Forced a turnover against tthee Jaspers of Manhat th Manhattan…Was moved to the midfi mi dfi fieeld…2009: l …2009: Saw limited action in two ld ggames ga am mees as as a ffreshman…Played reshman in the Robert Morr Mo rrris i aand nd Corne Morris Cornell games…CAA Co omm m issioner Academic Award Commissioner’s re reci ecip ipient…H recipient…High School: Lettered in llacrosse, la crosse, ski rracing and football at cr Ca C Caz Cazenovia azenovia Hi High School in Cazenovia, N Ne New ew Y York…Three-time ork…Thr all-league first tteam eam sselection elect l tion in lacrosse lacrosse…Was an all-state and ttwo-time tw wo-time All-Central New Y York selection as a Lakers to back-to-back qquarterback uarterback and led the Laker championships…New York State Skiing ssectional ectional championships…Ne junior Olympic team cchampion hampion in the slalom and a ju Born May 3, 1990…Has se selection in 2005…Personal: Bo tw brothers and two sisters…Has served as a volunteer two tw w wi with th the Cazenovia Pop Warner Fo Football program...Began playing lacrosse at age 5…Film stu studies and production major. Year 2009 2010 2011 Career

GP 2 4 16 22

Sht. 0 3 0 3

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0 0

GB 0 3 5 8



GP 13 14 16 43

Sht. 14 65 42 121

G 5 19 6 30

A 0 11 4 15

Pts. 5 30 10 45

GB 4 4 10 18



Midfield 90, Senior 6-0, 190, Mullicaa Hill, NJ/The Tatnall School chool Coach: Pete Duncan High School

Year 2009 2010 2011 Career

Fourth year ear on the Pride Lacrosse roster…2011: Started all 16 6 games at midfield…Finished seventh on the team with 10 0 points on six goals and four assists…Tallied single goalss against Colgate, Princeton, Harvard, Air Force, St. Joseph’s eph’s and Johns Hopkins… Dished out a season-best two wo assists against Air Force rt and Fairfield…Posted and one against Sacred Heart ce…Picked up 10 grounds three points versus Air Force…Picked ookk 42 sshots oo hots ho ts balls including three againstt Drexel…Too Drexel…Took stt P rinc ri ncettoonn nc with 19 on goal…Fired six shot against Princeton …2010 100: and five versus Penn State…2010: on n All-CAA first team selection ndd as a sophomore…Played and ldd… … started in 14 games at midfiel eld… ngg Fourth on the team in scoring with 30 points…Tallied 19 goals and 11 assists…Posted d fivee multi-goal contests including ng three against Jacksonville and two o versu versus sus Brown, St. John’s, Massachusetts and Penn State…Notched ate…Notched a season-high three assists in win over Johns hns Hopkins…Also dished out two assists in wins over Army my and Jacksonville…Posted five points in the Jacksonville lle game, four against Hopkins and three versus Brown, Massachusetts, assachusetts, Army and Penn State…Picked up four ground nd balls including two at Maryland…Took 65 shots…2009: …2009: Played in 13 games as a freshman and tallied five goals on the year…Scored goals against Princeton, Sacred cred Heart, Towson, North he CAA semifinals…Picked Carolina and Villanova in the up four ground balls on the season in games against on and North Carolina…Tookk Sacred Heart, Army, Towson 14 shots on goal with eight on goals…High School: ol in Wilmington, Delawaree Attended The Tatnall School osse and ice hockey…Was aan n for two years…Played lacrosse rence selection as a junior an nd All-Delaware and all-conference and senior…Scored 33 goals as a junior at Tatnall and added m captain as a senior…Began 25 goals as a senior…Team his scholastic career at Clearview Regional High School in Mullica Hill, New Jersey…Was an all-conference selection twice while at Clearview…Personal: Has one sister…Father, Stephen, played football at Cornell and then lacrosse at Fairleigh Dickinson…Hobbies include movies and snowboarding…Also recruited by Towson, Maryland, Drexel, Army and Hobart…Entrepreneurship major.










Midfield/Face-Off Specialist 5-11, 170,, Senior Setauket, NY/Ward Melville ool Coach: Mike Hoppie High School

Midfield 5-10, 185, Senior Endicott, NY/Union Endicott High School Coach: Jon Stank

Second yearr on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2011: Played in 10 gam games mes at midfield and as a faceoff specialist…Took 16 face-of face-offs, ffs, winning eight…Wonn two of three fa face-offs ace-offs against Manhatt Manhattan tan and three off seven at Delaware…Pi Delaware…Picked icked up four gr round balls including tw o ground two at Delaw ware…Took just one shott Delaware…Took on the se eason at St. Joseph’s… season Came too Hofstra after two yearss at Quinnip piac University in Hamd den, Quinnipiac Hamden, Co onnecticut…At Quinnip piac: Connecticut…At Quinnipiac: 2010: Played in 13 ggames…Tallied ga mes…Tallied six go oals goals and three assists forr nine points…Scoredd a season-high two goa goals als a against Sacred Heart…P Heart…Posted ostted a go goal oal and an assist in game games es aagainst ag ainst Detro Detroit oit and Bellarmine…Ledd th the he he tteam te am and ran ranked nked ninth in the countryy iin n percentage fface-off fa ce-off per rcentage (.577)…Won 1101 01 ooff face-offs…Captured face175 face-of ffs…Captured 12 of 18 ffa aceDetroit Sacred offs at Detr roit and 11 of 19 at Sacre ed d ninth Heart…Led the t team and ranked nin nthh in the nation (6.08) in ground balls b with 79…Picked upp 113 3 ground balls at Detroit…Took 20 shots…2009: Saw ac action ctiion in 10 games as a freshman…Scored cored two goals…Capture goals…Captured ed eight of 13 face-offs (.615)…Picked icked up nine ground balls…Took 17 shots…High School: Was a member ooff ms at Ward Melville Hig iggh the lacrosse and swimming teams High …All-American as a sen nior School in Setauket, New York…All-American senior heast in face-off winningg for the Patriots…Led the Northeast olk County selection as a percentage in 2008…All-Suffolk nd helped lead the team tto o junior…All-league swimmer and ass the county finals…Personal: Born April 12, 1990…Has ass media major. one brother and one sister…Mass Year 2009* 2010* 2011 Career

GP 10 13 10 33

Sht. 17 20 1 38

G 2 6 0 9

A 0 3 0 3

Pts. Pt 2 9 0 11

GB 9 13 4 26

FOW-L FOW L 8-5 101-74 8-8 117-87

Pct P t .615 .577 .500 .574

* - at Quinnipiac

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Fourth year on the Pride Lacrosse tteam…2011: te eam m…20 20111 11: D 11: Did idd nnot ot see any game action due to iinjury…CAA njjuurry y…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Aw A Award waarrd recipient…2010: Played in four ggames ga am mees as a sophomore…Tallied one aassist as ssi sist on the season…Assisted on a ggo oal a aagainst g inst Manhattan…Picked ga goal up tthree up hhrree ee ground balls including ttwo tw wo ag aagainst gai a nst Army…Took five ssh hot ots oon n the year including shots tthree th hrreee aag gainst Manhattan… against CA C AA Co C ommissioner’s CAA Commissioner’s A Ac cad adem emic Award Academic rre ecip cippiient…Hofstra ci recipient…Hofstra A At hhlletic i s Academic Athletics H Ho Honor onno or Roll m member…2009: ember…2009: P Pl Played lay ayed in all 15 ggames 15 ames as a fr ffreshman… fre reshman… Recorded R Re eco corded one assist on tthe on he season in the he Pride’s P Pr rid ide de’s 6-5 victory Sacred oover ov ver S acred Heart… Tallied Ta T all lli lie ie two ground balls ied oonn tthe he season in games he aagainst gaaiinst Massachusetts aan and nd Robert nd Ro Morris… T To oookk eight shots with five Took on ggoal…Fired on oal…Fired two shots at S at ac acred Heart…CAA Sacred C Co Com ommissioner’s Academic Commissioner’s A Aw war ar recipient…High ard Award Sc S ch cho hoool o : Played four years School: ooff llacrosse acrosse and soccer ac att U ni Endicott High nion Union S Sc chhoool…Graduated as the School…Graduated hhighest hi high ighe ghest scoring gh i midfi idfielder ld in i U Unio Un nio ion Endicott En history and ranks Union seco se co ondd iin n ca ccareer are reer re er ppoints…Recorded er oint oi intts…R Recorded 105 goals, 79 assists second andd 184 points in his career…US Lacrosse All-American as a senior…Three-time all-league selection…Named to Section IV All-Tournament team twice…Two-time team Most Valuable Player and Most Outstanding Offensive Player…Won a silver medal at the 2007 Empire State

MEET THE PRIDE Games…2007 STX Shootout champion as a member of the Central New York Roadhawks…Four-time ScholarAthlete Award recipient…Member of the National Honor Society…Personal: Born June 19, 1989…Has one sister… Lists “Green Street Hooligans” as his favorite movie… Also recruited by Cornell, Loyola, North Carolina and Navy…Boys and Girls Club youth lacrosse coach and youth lacrosse camp coach…Plans to pursue a career in marketing…Information marketing Information technology m major. Year 2009 2010 2011 Career

GP 15 4 0 19

Sht. 8 5 0 13

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 1 0 1

Pts. 0 1 0 1

GB 2 3 0 5



Midfield/Face-of eld/Face-off Specialist 5-9, 165, Junior Hauppauge, NY/ NY/St. Anthony’s/ Chaffee Prep High School Coa Coach: Keith Wieczorek

Year 2010 2011 Career

GP 14 16 30

Sht. 8 4 12

G 1 2 3

A 2 4 6

Pts. 3 6 9

GB 47 84 131

FOW-L 180-149 174-97 354-246


Pct. .547 .642 .590


Third year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2011: USILA All-America h honorable mention… All-CAA first team selection…Playe selection…Played in all 16 games… Ranked fifth fifth in the nation in face-off ppercentage with a .642 mark…Ranked 20th in the country in ground balls per game with a 5.25 average…Won174 of 271 face-offs…Won 16 of 22 face-offs with nine ground balls ag against Princeton… Captured 15 of 19 face-offs against A Air Force…Won 15 of 20 face-offs with eight ground balls ag against Massachusetts and 15 of 21 with eight ground balls aagainst Drexel…Also ppicked icked up nine ground balls against D Delaware and Manhattan…Picked up 84 ground bal balls on the year…Tallied two goals and four assists …Posted a goal and an assist at Hopkins…Picked up Towson…Also scored against Johns H Delaware…Took just assists against Princeton, Drexel and D Commissioner’s Academic four shots on the year…CAA Commi All-Rookie Team Award recipient…2010: CAA All-Ro selection…Played in all 14 games as tthe primary face-off Vaccaro in the season specialist after the injury to Mike Vac assists for three points… opener…Tallied one goal and two ass Scored his lone goal of the year at St. John’s and assisted on Delaware…Second on the goals against Manhattan and Delawar team with 47 ground balls…Picked up eight ground balls Towson and five versus against Jacksonville, Jacksonville six against Tows shots…Won 180 face-offs Princeton and Army…Took eight sho percentage, ranking 25th in and lost 149 for a .549 winning percen CAA in face-off Division 1…Also ranked fifth in the C winning percentage… Won 21 of 30 fface-off at Princeton… Jacksonville…Won 17 of Captured 19 of 27 face-off against Jac Towson…Captured 16 of 28 face-off 25 face-offs against Towson…Captur John’s…Grabbed 10 of 13 against Brown and 12 of 17 at St. John

face-offs ffs against Manhatta Manhattan…Prep taan… n…Pr Prep p School:: Came to Hofstra Hofstrra ra aafter fter ft er oone nee year at Loomis Chaffe Chaffee ee P Prep rep re School in Windsor, Connecticut…Named cticut…Named tto o tthe he All-New w England team m aafter ftter fte recording ng 30 goals, 200 assists, 162 ground ba bballs all lls and winning nning 85% of of his his is face-offs…Selected ffs…Selecteed tto o the East-West t-West Al All-Star ll-Star Game…High …High Sc School: chool: ch Played scholasti scholastically ically at at St. Anthony’s hony’s High Hiigh School in South Huntington, gton, New Neew York…Voted …Voted CHSAA A FaceFace-Off -Offf Midfielder lder of th the he Year ass a senior senior… r… Named team M Most osst Valuable Player le Pla laayyeer and received eived d tthe he he Army Reser Reserve rvee Award for th the he Friars, who w were eree ranked fourth nationally ally withh a 15-3 record, cord, in Recordedd 1155 2008…Recorded 57 goals, 15 assists, 15 157 ground balls andd % of hiss won 83% ffs… face-offs… nal: Bor rn Personal: Born … June 8, 1990… Has onee sister…Enjoys …Enjoyss weight-lifting -lifting and ice hockey in his free ree time…Also Army, Navy Virginia…Aspires Also recruitedd by by A r y, rm y, N avyy and Virgin av i ia…A Asp spir ires ir es to a career in criminal justice or teaching…History major.









Long Stick Midfielder 6-0, 175, Junior North Massapequa, NY/Plainedge High School Coach: Gary Levitan

Midfield 6-2, 185, Junior West Islip, NY/West Islip High School Coach: Scott Craig

Third season on the Pride Lacrosse roster…Will move to the long stick midfield position in 2012…2011: Played in nine games and 60:37 of action in goal as a sophomore...Allowed 15 goals and made six saves…Posted a season-best three saves against Air Force in 8:42 of action…Faced 40 shots…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2010: Played in 10 games and started seven in goal as a freshman…Saw 422:09 of action…Faced 180 shots, made 41 saves, allowed 62 goals for a 8.81 goals against average, a .398 save percentage and a 5-3 record…Played entire games against Brown, Johns Hopkins, Massachusetts and Drexel… Tallied a season-high eight saves on 28 shots against Drexel…Posted seven saves against Brown (30 shots) and Johns Hopkins (19 shots)...Made five saves and allowed just two goals in 52 minutes against Army…Posted six saves in win over Sacred Heart…Picked up 12 ground balls including three against Johns Hopkins…High School: Played four years of lacrosse and three years of football at Plainedge High School in North Massapequa, New York…Lacrosse All-American as a senior… Four-time All-Nassau County selection…Voted Nassau County Goalie of the Year as a junior and senior…Posted a 65.3 save percentage during high school and holds the Plainedge record with 872 career saves…Four-time lacrosse academic all-conference selection…Honor Roll student…Played on the Empire State Games gold medalwinning team in 2008…All-Nassau County selection in football as a senior…Also received the Nassau County Dragon Award in football…Personal: Born August 18, 1991…Has three sisters…Enjoys surfing in his free time…Also recruited by Cornell, Loyola, Massachusetts and Army…Serves as a volunteer youth lacrosse coach… Exercise science major. Year 2010 2011 Career

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GP 10 9 19

Min. 422:09 60:37 482:46

GA 62 15 77

GAA 8.81 14.85 9.57

Svs. 41 6 47

Sv% .398 .286 .379



Second season on the Hofstra Hof offsttra ra Lacrosse osse team…2011: All-CAA first team am m selection…Played tion…Played in all 16 games and started d 10…Ranked fourth on the team am m with 33 points on 16 goals and tyi tying ing ng am honors with 17 assists… … for team d five multi-goal games ess Posted ding a season-high including three against Penn State wo against Harvard d, and two Harvard, orce, Manhattan and ndd Air Force, d… …Leed th thee CA CAA A Fairfield… eld…Led with fiv fivvee game-ng winning goals… … Tallied edd a seasonson-best four assist assists ts at S St. t. JJoseph’s oseph’s and two wo against Drexel, Towson, Massachusetts achusetts and Delaware…Rankedd ninth in the CAA in assists…Recorded four points against Penn State and St. Josep Joseph’s ph’ hs and three hree points in five other games…Picked up nine ne ground balls including three against Fairfield…Took just 53 shots with 31 on the goals…Took …Took nine shots against Massachusetts… Camee to Hofstra after one year at the University of No North N rthh rt Carolina ina in Chapel Hill…At UNC: 2010: Played in five games for the Tar Heels as a freshman…Recorded one goal against Johns Hopkins…Picked up one ground ball…Took eight shots including four against Virginia and three against Hopkins…High School: Played three years of lacrosse and basketball and two years of football at West Islip (NY) High School…Under Armour AllAmerican in 2009…Selected to play in the Under Armour North-South All-Star Game…Played on two New York State High School Championship teams at West Islip in 2007 and 2009, three Suffolk County championship teams and two Long Island championships…The Lions were also declared national high school champions in 2007 as well…Played on two gold-medal winning teams at the Empire State Games…Personal: Born April 21, 1991… Has two brothers…Enjoys fishing and snowboarding in his free time…Public relations major.

MEET THE PRIDE Year 2010* 2011 Career * - at UNC

GP 5 16 21

Sht. 8 53 61

G 1 16 17

A 0 17 17

Pts. 1 33 34

GB 1 9 10


Attack 5-10, 175, Junior Rochester, NY/Irondequoit High School Coach: Craig Whipple

Third year on the Hofstra Lacrosse team…Is expected to move to the attack from midfield in 2012…2011: Played in five games and started two before suffering a season-ending injury…Started against Harvard and Air Force…Tallied two goals and two assists…Recorded two points against Princeton…Scored goals against Princeton and Air Force and assists against Harvard in addition to the T Tigers…Credited ig gerrs…Cr s…Cr s… Cred edit ed i ed it e with one game-winning goal…Pi goal…Picked ick ked d uup p three ground balls on th the he year all in the Harvardd contest…Tookk fivvee shots sh hotts wi with ith t tthree h eee oon hr n ccage… ca age ge…

Fired two Fir Fi red tw red re wo shots shot sh ots in ggames am mes against Princetonn and Air Force… Commissioner’s CAA Commissione er’s Academic Award recipient…2010: Played in all 14 games and startedd one at midfield as as a freshman…Tallied freshman…Talli ied ed three three goals and th thre ree re points… assists for six points ts… … S Scored d goals l against i st and Army, Manhattan an nd Jacksonville…Posted Jacksonville…Poste ed two assists against Manhattan and one Jacksonville… against Jacksonville e… Notched three points ts Manhattan in win over Manhat ttaan

Year 2010 2011 Career

GP 14 5 19

Sht. 17 5 22

G 3 2 5

A 3 2 5

Pts. 6 4 10

GB 2 3 5



Attack 5-9, 155, Junior Chappaqua, NY/Horace Greeley High School Coach: Roy Colsey

Third season on the Pride Lacrosse rro roster…2011: ster… Saw limited action in just one game as a sophom sophomore…Played in the Pride’s 13-8 win over Manhatt Manhattan…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipien recipient…2010: Played in two games as a freshman… Saw acti action in games against Sacred Heart and Manhatt Manhattan…High School: Four-year member of the lacrosse and cross country teams at Horace Greeley High School iin Chappaqua, New York…All-section pick as a senior af after scoring 26 goals and eight assists in 2009… Tallied 224 goals and six assists as a junior, and 20 goals and five assists as a sophomore…Played on Greeley teams th that twice advanced to the sectional semifinals and once to the sectional quarterfinal…Two-time alllleague le eague ccross country selection and was named all-county aass a seni senior…Personal: Born July 25, 1990…Has one bbrother…Completed br bro rot other… he both the 2010 and 2011 New York C Ci City ity ty M Marathons a in under 3:17 as part of Fred’s (Lebow) T Te Team…Has eaam m m… served as a volunteer for the Make-A-Wish F Fo Foundation ouunnd of Hudson Valley…Also recruited by Hartford, H Ha art rtfo Siena, Manhattan and Fairfield… Liberal arts major. ma m ajjoor




and two against Jacksonville…Picked up two ground balls, both against Army…Took 17 shots including five against Jacksonville and two against Manhattan, St. John’s, Delaware and Maryland…High School: Played four years of lacrosse at Irondequoit High School in Rochester, New York…U.S. Lacrosse All-America selection as a junior and a senior…Three-time All-Greater Rochester and Section V all-tournament selection… Scored 56 goals and 23 assists as a senior in 2009…Team Most Valuable Player as a senior…Tallied 62 goals and 28 assists as a junior, and 54 goals and 27 assists in 2007 as a sophomore…A member of Irondequoit’s Section V championship team in 2007…Personal: Born July 26, 1991…Has three brothers…Enjoys boating and golfing in his free time…Also recruited by Maryland, Towson, Penn State, UMBC and Loyola…Aspires to a career in finance…Management major.




Year 2010 2011 Career

GP 2 1 3

Sht. 0 0 0

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts. 0 0 0

GB 0 0 0



Defense 6-0, 225, Junior (RS) Brighton, MI/Brother Rice High School Coach: Rob Ambrose

Fourth F ur Fo u th year on the Pride Lacrosse rost ro ost steerr…2011: Played in six games on roster…2011: ddefense de efe fense as a sophomore…Played aagainst ag gainst Air Force, St. John’s, To T owson, Manhattan, St, Joseph’s ow Towson, aand an nd Massachusetts, all wins… Pi P ick cked up ground balls against Picked T To wsson w o and Air Force… Towson Fo F orc r ed ed tturnovers urnovers ur vers against Forced th the he F Fa alc l onns, Tigers and Falcons, M Mi nute nu temen...CAA Minutemen...CAA C Co omm mmissioner’s Commissioner’s A Ac a emic Award ad Academic rrecipient…2010: re ecipient…2010: ci ci P Pl Pla lay a ed in seven Played ggames ga ame m s as a redssh hir irtt freshman… shirt T Ta al all ll ed two goals llie Tallied aand an nd onee assist for th hree poin nts…Scored three points…Scored over iin n wins ove er St. John’s Manhattan…Posted aand an nd Manhatta an…Posted victory an assist in vic an ctory over Brown...Picked ground B Br rown...Picked up a grou und nd Brown bball ba all all ll against Brow wn and Army…Took A Army Ar rm …Took fivee shots against iincluding in ncclluding two agai inst Army…Hofstra Athletics A Ar rmy…Hofstra At rm thletiics Academic Ac A cademic Honor Roll…2009: nott Ro R oll…2009: Did no freshman…CAA pplay pl lay la ay as a freshman…C CAA A Commissioner’s Academic C Com Co ommissioner’s Academ mic Award School: Aw war ard re rrecipient…High rec ecipient…High School l: Played y d four years of lacrosse and ice hockey, and three hree years of football at Brother Rice High School ol in Birmingham, Michigan…Member of the 2008 Inside 008 Insi ide de Lacrosse national Championship team…Won on four state titles from 2005 to 2008 and Midwest west Championships in 2005 and 2008…Two-time me All-America selection…Twice named to AlllMidwest and All-Michigan teams…Michigan an

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and Midwest Player of the Year…Recorded 39 goals, 42 assists and 114 ground balls as a senior…Personal: Born July 31, 1989…Has two brothers…Brother, Mark, played lacrosse at Cabrini College while other brother Matthew plays at Adrian College in Michigan…Lists Tom Brady as his favorite athlete and Adam Sandler as his favorite actor…Recruited by Ohio State, Georgetown and Loyola…History major. Year 2010 2011 Career

GP 7 6 13

Sht. 5 0 5

G 2 0 2

A 1 0 1

Pts. 3 0 3

GB 2 2 4



Midfiel eld 5-10, 1190, Junior Fairpor Fairport, NY/Fairport High School S Coach: Mike Torrelli

Third year yeear on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2011: Played in all 16 games and started one as a sophomore…Tallied eigh eight ht points on three goals and five assists…Notched two goalss against Drexel and one against Sacred ed dH Heart…Credited eart ea rt…C rt … redited wit …C with th the game-winning goal agai against inst Sacred Heart…Dished out ttwo tw o assists against Air Force and oone ne against Colgate, Harvard and M Massachusetts…Picked asssachusetts…Picked up ground bballs alls at Sacred Heart, Delaware and Towson…Took To T ow wson…Took 24 shots including 111 1 oon n goal…Fired four shots aagainst ag gai gai a nst Drexel…2010: Played Pl P lay a ed in all 14 games midfi a m at idfield as a freshman…Recorded ffr res eshman…Recorded ssix si ix go ggoals als and three aassists ssi s sts for nine points…Posted ppo oin ints int ts…P …Pos o ted a

sse season-high eason-highh three ea h go goals oal als ls an andd ffo our points in the Pride’s win four oov ver Manhattan…Notched over ttwo wo goals against Jacksonville aan and nd one against Army…Tallied nd aassists as ass ssists against Army, Drexel and


Year 2010 2011 Career

GP 14 16 30

Sht. 18 24 42

G 6 3 9

A 3 5 8

Pts. 9 8 17

GB 2 3 5



Academic Award recipient…Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll…2009: Red-shirted as a freshman and did not compete…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…High School: Lettered in lacrosse, ice hockey and cross country at Germantown Academy…Earned US Lacrosse All-America honors as a senior…2008 George Cruz Award recipient from the Inter-AC League for sportsmanship…Team Most Valuable Player as a junior… Tallied four goals and four assists as a senior…Personal: Born September 11, 1989…Has one brother…Hobbies include fly-fishing…Lists Mark Messier as his favorite athlete and “The Hatchet” as his favorite book…Began playing lacrosse at age 8…Also recruited by Towson, Bucknell and Drexel…Received the Hofstra general chemistry excellence award…Aspires to attend medical school…Health science major. Year 2010 2011 Career

GP 13 16 29

Defense 6-3, 195, Junior (RS) Harleysville, PA/Germantown Academy High School Coach: Dave Martin

Fourth year on the Pride Lacrosse roster…2011: er…2011: Playedd in all 16 games on defense as a sophomore…Started d against Colgate, Sacred Heart art and Johns Hopkins…Picked up p 11 ground balls including a season-high ason-high three against Colgate…Also te…Also recorded two against John’s, st St. John’s s, s, Drexel and Johns Hopkins… opkins… Tallied seven forced turnovers d turnover rs including two against st Hopkins and Colgate…CAA te…CAA A Commissioner’s Academic ademic Award recipient…2010: 010: Played in 13 games and started one on defense nse as a red-shirt freshman… n… Picked up 10 ground balls d ball llls on the year…Scooped ed up four ground ballss against Army and two wo against Manhattan and d Drexel…Forced seven ven turnovers including threee against Manhattan and two at Drexel…CAA Commissioner’s A Commis sioner’s i ’s

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Defense 5-11, 200, Junior Dallas, TX/Episcopal Scho School of Dallas High School Coach: Kevin Barnicle

Third year on the Hofstra Lacrosse Lac rro roster…2011: ost s er…2011: Played and started in 15 games on defense aass a ssophomore…Picked o homore…Picked up 14 ground balls…Sc op balls…Scooped up a sse season-high eas a on-high three against Manhattan and tw two against Co C Colgate olg l ate and Air Force…Forced two turnov turnovers in win Sacred at S at a red Heart…CAA Commissioner’s Academic ac Award All-Rookie Team Aw A ward recipient…2010: CAA All-Rook started 12 sselection…Played elleection…Played in 13 games and star on ddefense on efense as a freshman…Picked up 111 ground balls on the season…Scooped up three ground balls against both Drexel and forced Jacksonville…Recorded eight fo including Drexel…High turnovers incl lud u ing two at Drexe School: Played lacrosse S Sc hoool h ol: l: P laye la laye yed la acros crroossse aand n football at the nd Episcopal Ep piissco c pa School Dallas ooff D a l (TX)… al Named N Na am meeedd to the Under U Un nde der Armour der All-America A Al lll-Am l-A senior… tteam te eam am as a se Two-time selection…Three-time T wo-time All-America selection…Three-ti balls and aall-state ll-st s ate selection…Picked up 85 ground bal senior… rrecorded ecorded two goals and two assists as a senio

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Manhattan…Picked up ground balls against Sacred Heart and Manhattan…Took one face-off against Penn State… Took 18 shots including four against Manhattan and three against Sacred Heart…High School: Played five years of lacrosse and football at Fairport (NY) High School… Two-time all-county selection including a first team pick as a senior…Also named to the All-Greater Rochester team…Tallied 53 points as a senior…Personal: August 16, 1990…Has two brothers and one sister…Enjoys golf in his free time…Aspires to a career in telecommunications… Also recruited by Ohio State, UMBC, Bucknell and Delaware…Linguistics major.


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Named 2009 team Most Valuable Player…Named AllSPC and team MVP as a running back and linebacker as a senior…Earned All-SPC honorable mentions in football as a sophomore and junior… Earned the 2009 Strength and Conditioning Award…Personal: Born August 1, 1990…Has one brother…His brother, Steve, was a national champion boxer at West Point…Enjoys music, traveling and spending time with friends in his free time…Aspires to a career in marketing for a professional football team… Marketing major. Year 2010 2011 Career

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Midfield 6-0, 200, Junior Whitby, Ontario, Canada/All-Saints/ Trinity-Pawling Prep School Coach: Joe Tweed

Third season on the Pride Lacrosse team…2011: Played in 12 games as a sophomore…Sixth on the team in scoring with 13 points on 12 goals and one assist…Tallied a

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season-high three goals against Massachusetts and two goals against Fairfield and Penn State…Tallied lone assist at Massachusetts for a four-point day…Credited with the game-winning goal at Towson…Recorded a one maup goal against Johns Hopkins…Picked up five ground balls including two against Manhattan…Took 23 shots and placed 16 on goal…Notched five shots against Penn State…2010: CAA All-Rookie Team selection…Played in all 14 games at midfield as a freshman…Recorded nine goals and six assists for 15 points…Tallied a season-high three goals at Drexel and two goals against Brown… Posted a season-high two assists against both Princeton and Jacksonville…Notched three points in games against Princeton, Drexel and Jacksonville…Tied for third on the team with four man-up goals…Picked up three ground balls including two against St. John’s…Took 24 shots including four against Brown and Jacksonville…Prep School: Comes to Hofstra from Trinity-Pawling School in Pawling, New York…Played lacrosse and hockey at Trinity-Pawling…Named to the All-Founder’s League first team in eam captain of T-P’s statee 2009…Team nship team…Received d championship l’s Coaches Award d the school’s and held the position of ssistant…Earnedd Dean’s Assistant…Earned ity letters… three varsity ool: Attended High School: All-Saintss High School y, Ontario, in Whitby, Played for Canada…Played nada at the hee Team Canada Under-19 World nships… … Championships… ember Was a member a’s of Canada’s dal silver-medal eam... winning team... eam Named Team layer of the hee Canada Player Game in the World nships… Championships… ember of goldd Was a member nning teams medal-winning der-19 Canadian in the Under-19 Field Lacrosse Championships, Provincial Under-19 Field Lacrosse Championships, the Canadian Provincial High School Field Lacrosse Championships and the Canadian Provincial Box Lacrosse Championships… Personal: Born October 8, 1990… Has one brother and one sister…Enjoys fishing and golfing in his free time…

MEET THE PRIDE Also recruited by Georgetown, Loyola, Massachusetts and Cornell…Exercise science major. Year 2010 2011 Career

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ranked fourth in the nation by Inside Lacrosse…Twotime all-conference football selection at cornerback… Personal: Born June 28, 1990…Has one brother and three sisters…His father, Carl, played baseball at Miami and West Virginia…Coached Under-11 Chargers lacrosse team last summer…Also recruited by Hobart, Bryant and St. John’s…Aspires to a career in finance…Marketing major. GP 16

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Defense 5-11, 165, Sophomore (RS) Darien, CT/Darien High School Coach: Jeff Bramier

Third year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2011: Played in 16 games and started 14 on defense…Picked up 14 ground balls on the year… Recorded three ground balls at Towson and two against St. Joseph’s, Penn State and Johns Hopkins…Third on the team in caused turnovers with 10 including three at Towson and two at St. Joseph’s… 2010: Red-shirted as a true freshman and did not see any action…High School: Played four years of lacrosse and three years of football, and ran one year of track at Darien (CT) High School… Two-time All-Connecticut and all-conference selection in lacrosse as a defender and long-stick middie…Played on four Connecticut Class M state championship teams, and two FCIAC championship teams…A member of two Connecticut Marines Con Co nnecti nnec ticu cut ut Ma M rines Team of the Year…2008 team was


DIGIOVANNI Midfield 6-0, 205, Sophomore Cranford, NJ/Cranford High School Coach: Al Reinoso


Second year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2011: Saw action in six games as a freshman… Played against Air Force, St. John’s, Towson, Manhattan, St. Joseph’s and Massachusetts…Took just three shots with one on goal…Picked up a ground ball against Air Force… High School: Played four years of lacrosse at Cranford (NJ) High School…Four-year offensive leader who tallied 193 goals, 81 assists and 274 points during his career…Two-time selection (2008-08) to the Adidas All-American National Lacrosse Classic…Two-time AllNew Jerse Jersey first team selection…Four-time all-conference first team pick…Selected conference Offensive Most Valuable Player as a senior…Tallied 49 goals and 15 assists as a senior…Chosen to the Gil Gibbs High School All-Star Game…Ranked 18th in New Jersey in Seniors A scoring w with 65 goals and 25 assists as a junior and was named to the Under Armour Underclass All-Star Team… Posted 45 goals and 19 assists as a sophomore and 43 ggoals go als and 22 assists as a freshman…Played on two (2008009) 09 9) Kimb Kimber Conference championship teams…Served as ssenior eni n or cap captain…Personal: Born March 19, 1992…Has ttwo wo broth brothers…Enjoys weight-lifting and swimming… R Re Recruited ecruite by Cornell, Navy, Massachusetts and T To Towson…Aspires owson to a career in business or finance… U ndeci Undecided major. Year Y ear 20 2011

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HORVATH Attack 5-10, 175, Sophomore Essex Fells, NJ/Seton Hall Prep High School Coach: Dave Giarrusso


Second season on the Pride Lacrosse team…2011: Saw action in six games as a freshman…Took just three shots with one on goal…Fired two shots against Manhattan…Had one shot against St. Joseph’s…Junior College: Attended Morris Community College in Morristown, New Jersey but did not compete… High School: Played four years of lacrosse at Seton Hall Prep High School in West Orange, New Jersey…Recorded 128 career goals…Three-time All Fitch-Pitt Conference pick and two-time All-Essex County and All Iron Hills Conference selection…Named to All -New Jersey as a senior after recording 50 goals and 3.8 points per game… Led the team in scoring for three consecutive years… Tallied 41 goals and a 3.5 points per game average as a junior and 37 goals and a 2.6 points per game average as a sophomore…Personal: Born January 21, 1992…Has one sister…Enjoys surfing and snowboarding in his free time… Recruited by Navy, Bucknell, Fairfield and Towson… Public relations major. Year 2011

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LEARY Midfield (SS) 5-11, 177, Sophomore Guilford, CT/Guilford High School Coach: Brian White

Second year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2011: Saw action in five games as a freshman…Played against Air Force, St. John’s, Towson, Manhattan and St. Joseph’s…Recorded one ground ball at Towson…Dean’s List student…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…Prep School: Came to Hofstra from Loomis Chaffee Prep School in Windsor, Connecticut...Selected to the New England Prep All-Star Game after scoring 42 goals and five assists in 2010...High School: Played four years of lacrosse and three years of football at Guilford (CT) High School...

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Defense/Long Stick Midfielder 5-11, 185, Sophomore Guilford, CT/Guilford High School Coach: Brian White


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Two-time (2008-09) All-Connecticut Class M selection.. Two-time All-Area selection by the New Haven Register and two-time All-SSC league pick...Holds the school records for most career goals (167) and most points (268)... Captain and team most valuable player after scoring 61 goals and 31 assists as a senior in 2009...Posted 40 goals and 16 assists in 12 games as a junior and was named the Indians’ offensive most valuable player...Scored 44 goals and 31 assists as a sophomore and 22 goals and 23 assists as a freshman...Also named to All SCC and All-Area teams in football in 2009...Personal: Born September 21, 1990... Has two brothers and one sister...His twin brother, Kevin, is also a member of the Pride lacrosse team...Undecided major.

Second season on the Pride Lacrosse team…2011: Played in two games as a freshman… Saw action against Air Force and Manhattan…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…Prep School: Came to Hofstra from Loomis Chaffee Prep School in Windsor, Connecticut...Selected to the New England Prep All-Star Game...High School: Played four years of lacrosse and three years of football at Guilford (CT) High School...Two-time (2008-09) All-Connecticut Class M selection...Named to the 2009 All-Area team by the New Haven Register...Two-time All-SCC league pick... Captain and team offensive most valuable player after recording 56 goals and 34 assists as a senior...Led the team with 43 goals and 27 assists as a junior...Personal: Born September 21, 1990...Has two brothers and one sister...His twin brother A.J. is also a member of the Pride lacrosse team...Undecided major. Year 2011

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Second year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2011: Played in five games as a freshman… Saw game time against Air Force, St. John’s, Towson, Manhattan and St. Joseph’s…Recorded ground balls against Air Force and St. John’s…High School: Played lacrosse and football and was a member of the wrestling team at John Glenn High School in East Northport, New York…Three-time team captain for the Knights…Named to all-division team as a sophomore…Standout in football being named to All-New York, All-Long Island and AllSuffolk County teams as a senior when the Knights posted a 10-1 mark…Two-time Blue Helmet Award, defensive yer and Leadership Award recipient in most valuable player me all-league gridiron pick…Personal: football…Three-time Born February 10, 1992…Has three sisters…Enjoys movies and swimming…Recruited ming…Recruited by Virginia, Colgate and Delaware…Undecided ndecided major. Year 2011

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GP 13

Sht. 11

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Defense 6-0, 225, Sophomore East Northport, NY/John Glenn High School Coach: Kevin Lavey

Harvard…High School: Played four years of lacrosse and two years of hockey at Ithaca (NY) High School…U.S. Lacrosse All-American as a senior in 2010…Was ranked the 25th best young guns rising in the country by Inside Lacrosse as a senior…Tallied 191 goals and 94 assists during his career…Under Armour All-American as a junior…Three-time all-section selection…Voted Best Offensive Player on the Team all four years and was the team most valuable player as a senior…His Ithaca teams ranked 14th in the Under Armour national poll as a senior and 17th as a junior…Played on the Little Red’s Section IV championship teams and New York State Championship semifinalists in 2009 and 2010…Played in the Adidas AllAmerican Classic…Personal: Born September 24, 1991… Enjoys listening to music, playing ping pong, hockey and the guitar, and watching football…Aspires to a career as a teacher…History major.

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Attack 6-2, 175, Sophomore Ithaca, NY/Ithaca High School Coach: Frank Welch

Second season on the Pride Lacrosse team…2011: 011: Played in 13 games as a freshman…Recorded ded four points on three goals andd one assist…Tallied d two goals l in i win i over Drexel... D l .. Named CAA Rookie kie of the Week after the Drexe Drexel el game…Also scored d against Harvard…P Harvard…Posted …Pos oste os tedd hi te hhis is lone assist against Manhattan… Manhattan…Picked …Pi Pick ck ked uup p ei eigh eight ghht ground balls including ding two aagainst gain ga inst in st bboth otth Dr D Drexel rex exel el aand nd nd Massachusetts…Took just ook jus st 11 11 sshots hots ho ts but 10 were on goal…Fired al…Fiired red three shots on goall agai against ainns ai nst


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Attack 5-11, 180, Sophomore Glenview, IL/Glenbrook South (IL)/ Salisbury (CT) High School Coach: Bobby Wynne (Salisbury)

Second year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2011: Played in six games as a freshman…Saw action against Air Force, Manhattan, Massachusetts, Penn State, Delaware and Johns Hopkins…Was slowed by a preseason injury…Recorded five points on two goals and three assists on the season, all against Massachusetts… Picked up ground balls against Massachusetts and Penn State…Took four shots with two on goal…Fired three shots against Massachusetts…High School: Played lacrosse and basketball at Glenbrook South High School in Glenview, Illinois and at Salisbury (CT) High School… Recorded 147 goals aand nd 1123 23 aassists 23 ssis ss ists ists t ffor or 2270 or 70 ppoints 70 oint oi ntss du nt dduring ring his high schooll career… Helped llead ead ead ea

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Salisbury to its first perfect 13-0 record and the New England title in 2010…Scored 45 goals and 52 assists as a senior…Named to All-American, All-Illinois and allconference teams as a junior after posting 27 goals and 40 assists at Glenbrook South…Tallied 41 goals and 25 assists and was voted the team most valuable player as a sophomore…Personal: Born September 14, 1990…Has two brothers and one sister…Undecided major. Year 2011

GP 6

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ZAPPONE Midfield (SS) 5-9, 160, Sophomore Ballston Lake, NY/Shenendehowa High School Coach: Chuck Holohan


Second season on the th Pride Lacrosse team te team…2011: a …2011: Played in five games at m midfield as a ffreshman…Did fr e hman…Did es hm m not record any stats… stats…High School: P Pl Played laay yed four years of lacrosse and so soccer at Sh S Shenendehowa henendehowa High School in Cl Clifton Park, New Yo Y York…All-section ork…All-section rk selection as a senior in 2009… F Four-time our-time team most valuable pplayer in lacrosse… T Tallied allied 23 goals and 21 assists as a senior… Re R Recorded ecorded 16 goals and 21 ass assists as a junior iin n 22008…Posted 008…Posted 16 goals and 15 assists as a ssophomore oph p omore in 2007…Two-tim 2007…Two-time Coaches Award wi w winner inner in soccer…All-sectio soccer…All-section pick in soccer as a ssenior…Scholar-Athlete enior…Scholar-Athlete in both lacrosse and soccer…Personal: April 19, 1991…Has soc so occer…Personal: Born Apr two Army, Le Moyne and ttw wo sisters…Recruited by Ar Albany…Lists A Al lba bany…Lists his hobby as ccars…Accounting major. ma m ajor. Year Y Ye ear 2011 220 011


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Attack 6-2, 195, Freshman East Islip, NY/East Islip High School Coach: Joe Ancona

High School: Played five years of lacrosse, four years of basketball and one year of football at East Islip (NY) High School…Three-time All-Suffolk County selection in lacrosse…Named to the Suffolk County Rising junior and senior all-star teams…Earned Scholar-Athlete accolades in all three sports…Named to the Academic All-Suffolk County team in basketball… Matt Howard Award recipient by the Suffolk Basketball Coaches as a senior…Also earned East Islip Coaches Award for basketball…Member of the National Honor Society and Boys Leaders…2011 East Islip Athletic Booster Club and HIA-LI Scholarship recipient…Played on the New York State Empire Games lacrosse team in 2010…Member of the Long island Express Club team for five years that was ranked #1 by Inside Lacrosse Magazine…Personal: Born May 10, 1993…Has one brother…Lists O.A.R. as his favorite band and Tim Tebow as his favorite athlete…Undecided major.



Defense 6-2, 180, Freshman Garden City, NY/H. Frank Carey High School Coach: Tom Aiello

High School: Lettered in lacrosse and football at H. Frank Carey High School in Franklin Square, New York…Was an All-America finalist as a senior… Two time All-Nassau County selection in both lacrosse and football…Named to all-academic teams in both sports as well…Team captain in both sports…Personal: Born March 19, 1993 in Naples, Italy…Has two sisters… Started playing lacrosse at age 14…Lists the Red Hot Chili Peppers as his favorite band and “Scar Tissue” as his favorite book…Also recruited by Army and St. John’s… Plans to pursue a career in the criminal justice field… Undecided major.

Goalie 5-11, 190, Junior Edgewater, MD/DeMatha Catholic High School Coach: Scott Morrison


First year on the Pride Lacrosse team…Comes to Hofstra after two years at Ohio State University…At Ohio State: 2011: Played in just one game, seeing 30 minutes of action, allowing two goals, making two saves and getting the victory…OSU ScholarAthlete…2010: Played in five games and started one, seeing 126:17 of action as a freshman…Tallied a 7.60 goals against average and a .619 save percentage… Allowed 16 goals and made 26 saves…Faced 71 shots… Made first career start at Notre Dame and made 10 saves on 17 shots in an overtime loss…OSU Scholar-Athlete… High School: Played four years of lacrosse at DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Maryland…AllMaryland first team honors…All-Metropolitan second team by the Washington Post as a senior in 2009 and a honorable mention as a junior in 2008…Selected most valuable player of the 2009 WCAC Championship Game…Three-time all-conference selection…Member of three WCAC championship teams…Team most valuable player as a senior…Three-time team defensive most valuable player…Posted a .710 save percentage during his scholastic career…Rated the number 49 recruit and the fifth-best goalie for the class of 2013 by Inside Lacrosse… Personal: Born September 16, 1991…Has two brothers and one sister…His father played football and baseball at Eastern Kentucky while brother Tyler played lacrosse at Hofstra…Enjoys boating and relaxing in his free time… Economics major. Year 2010* 2011* Career

GP 5 1 6

Min. 126:17 30:00 156:17

GA 16 2 18

GAA 7.60 4.00 6.91

Svs. 26 2 28

Sv% .619 .500 .609

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Midfield 5-7, 175, Freshman Farmingdale, NY/Farmingdale High School Coach: Bob Hartranft

High School: Played lacrosse for four years at Farmingdale (NY) High School…Part of New York State and Long Island championship team as a senior and a Nassau County championship team as a junior… Named to All-Nassau County team as a junior and senior… All-conference selection as a sophomore…Personal: Born November 10, 1992…has one brother, Zach, who plays ice hockey at Nichols College…Hobbies include playing hockey and surfing…Names Theo Fleury as his favorite athlete…Also recruited by Maryland, Georgetown and Stony Brook…Plans to pursue a career in business, as well as coach college lacrosse and youth hockey…Undecided major.


High School: Played lacrosse for two years and ice hockey for three years at The Hill School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania…Lacrosse team was MAPL champions as a senior in 2010…Served as team captain of both teams as a senior…Was a member of the Lehigh Valley All-Star team and the all-academic team in hockey…Personal: Born November 1, 1991…Has one brother and one sister…Mother, Karen, was a swimmer at Ithaca College…Father, Tom, played basketball at Rider University…Plans to attend law school and become a trial litigation lawyer…Philosophy major.




Defense 6-3, 200, Graduate West Islip, NY/West Islip High School Coach: Scott Craig Previous College: Limestone (SC)

Joins the Pride after four years at Limestone College in South Carolina…Played in 35 games and made 29 starts in his three seasons after red-shirting as a freshman…Posted 14 ground balls and seven caused turnovers in 2010…Had 34 ground balls and 17 caused turnovers in 2011 and was named to the all-conference team…Graduated with a degree in physical education…High School: Played football and lacrosse at West Islip (NY) High School…Is a 2007 graduate…All-Suffolk County selection… Member of state championship teams in 2006 and 2007… Personal: Born April 21, 1989…Has two brothers…Hobbies include fishing…Is pursuing a master’s in health education at Hofstra…Aspires to teach physical education and coach. Year 2008* 2009* 2010* 2011* Career

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Long-Stick Midfielder 6-0, 190, Freshman (RS) Bethlehem, PA/The Hill School High School Coach: Ned Ide



Attack 5-8, 170, Freshman (RS) Morton, PA/Ridley High School Coach: Kevin Ellers Previous College: Georgetown

Joins the Pride after spending the 2010-11 season at Georgetown University in Washington, DC…Red-shirted as a freshman…High School: Played lacrosse for four years at Ridley High School in Folsom, Pennsylvania…Earned All-America accolades as a junior and senior…All-Pennsylvania selection as a sophomore… Personal: Born November 1, 1991…Has two sisters and one brother…Is active in the HEADStrong Foundation… Plans to pursue a career in finance…Management major.




High School: Lettered in lacrosse, basketball, winter track and golf at Shoreham-Wading River High School…Member of Suffolk County championship team as a senior…All-Suffolk County selection as a senior after scoring 27 goals and adding 17 assists despite missing five games due to injury… Totaled 58 goals and 38 assists in his scholastic career… Two-time all-division selection…All-county selection in the long jump as a junior and senior…Personal: Born June 3, 1993…Has one sister…Cousin, David Malave, played lacrosse at Alfred University…Hobbies include surfing, snowboarding and listening to music…Lists Mikey Powell, Alexander Ovechkin and John Wall as his favorite athletes…Also recruited by Maryland, Albany, Bucknell and Fairfield…Mathematics major.



Defense 6-1, 180, Freshman Annapolis, MD/Arundel High School Coach: Kevin Necessary

High School: Played lacrosse for four years and football for three years at Arundel High School in Gambrills, Maryland…Selected to play in the Warrior 40 All-Star game…Honorable mention All-Met selection by The Washington Post…Attended Nike Blue Chip Camp…Personal: Born October 27, 1992…Hobbies include fishing…Lists the Zach Brown Band as his favorite musicians…Started playing lacrosse at age 7…Plans to pursue a teaching career…Undecided major.

Midfield 6-1, 210, Sophomore West Islip, NY/West Islip High School Coach: Scott Craig


First year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…At Jacksonville: Comes to Hofstra after one season at Jacksonville University…2011: Played in 15 games and started nine as a freshman…Was fifth on the team with 19 points on 14 goals and five assists… Posted a season-high four points on three goals and one assist against Marist…Also posted two goals against both Rutgers and Siena…Notched two assists in collegiate debut against Georgetown…Recorded two points in games against Rutgers, Canisius (1-1), Siena and Georgetown… Picked up 20 ground balls including five against Detroit and four against Duke…Took 69 shots including 36 on goal…Fired nine shots against Marist…High School: Played lacrosse and football at West Islip (NY) High School…Earned All-Suffolk County honors as a senior after recording 42 goals…Member of New York State Championship teams as a junior and a senior…Earned three varsity letters at West Islip in lacrosse and football… Personal: Born March 10, 1992…Has two brothers… Finance major. Year 2011*

GP 15

Sht. 69

G 14

A 5

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GB 20

* - at Jacksonville



Attack 6-0, 171, Junior East Meadow, NY/St. Anthony’s High School Coach: Keith Weiczorek




Midfield 5-11, 180, Freshman Wading River, NY/ShorehamWading River High School Coach: Tom Rotanz

First season on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…Comes to Hofstra after three years at the United States Naval Academy…At Navy: 2011: Red-shirted and did not play…2010: Played in 14 games and started 13 as a sophomore…Was fifth on the team with nine goals and eight assists for 17 points…Tallied two goals and one




MEET THE PRIDE assist against both Towson and Lafayette…Recorded two assists in regular season game against Lafayette… Picked up 12 ground balls and took 31 shots including 23 on goal… 2009: Played in 14 games as a freshman in 2009…Recorded one goal and one assist…Took 17 shots including six on goal…Picked up five ground balls… High School: Played four years of lacrosse and one year of football at St. Anthony’s High School in South Huntington, New York…Named CHSAA Attackman of the Year as a senior in 2007…All-league selection as a junior…Was quarterback on the Friars’ undefeated conference championship team in 2006…Personal: Born November 28…Has three sisters…Enjoys fishing, hunting and snowboarding in his free time…Economics major. Year 2009* 2010* 2011* Career * - at Navy

GP 14 14 Red-shirt 28

Sht. 17 31

G 1 9

A 1 8

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Defense 5-11, 180, Freshman Charlotte, NC/Charlotte Country Day High School Coach: Brad Touma

High School: Lettered in lacrosse and football at Charlotte (NC) Country Day School… Earned All-America honors in lacrosse as a senior… Part of four North Carolina Independent School Athletic Association state championship teams…Two-time AllNCISAA selection…Member of Team Carolina Elite… Was an All-North Carolina selection in football as a senior at running back and defensive back…Helped lead football team to NCISAA state championship in 2010…Served as class president as a sophomore…Personal: Born June 9, 1992…Has one sister and two brothers, including a twin (Derek)…Hobbies include deep sea fishing…Lists Jordy Nelson as his favorite athlete and the Zack Brown Band as his favorite musicians…Started playing lacrosse at age 10…Undecided major.

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Midfield 6-0, 190, Junior Gansevoor, NY/Saratoga Springs High School Coach: Jon Coons

First year on the Pride Lacrosse team… Will not play in 2012…Junior College: Comes to Hofstra after one year at Nassau Community College in Garden City, New York…Named to 2011 NJCAA All-America second team…Also named to all-district/region team… At Bryant: Played the 2009 season at Bryant College in Smithfield, Rhode Island…Saw action in one game, taking one shot and picking up one ground ball…High School: A 2008 graduate of Saratoga Springs (NY) High School where he was a four-year letterman in lacrosse and football…Named to all-star first team as a senior by both the Albany Times-Union and the Saratogian in 2008… Tallied 30 points, 130 ground balls and won 70 percent of his face-offs as a senior…All-Big 10 first team in 2007… Personal: Born February 10, 1990…Has one brother… Nephew of Johns Hopkins great and three-time U.S. World Team member, Larry Quinn…Enjoys skiing and wakeboarding…Economics major.



Midfield 6-2, 180, Freshman Wantagh, NY/Wantagh High School Coach: Gary Reh

High School: Lettered in lacrosse, football and basketball at Wantagh (NY) High School… Earned All-Nassau County honors as a senior in all three sports…Member of the National Honor Society, the Foreign Language Honor Society and the Business Honor Society…Personal: Born January 21, 1993…Has two sisters…Lists snowboarding, going to the beach and sports among his hobbies…Names O.A.R. as his favorite band and pizza as his favorite food…Also recruited by Lafayette and Connecticut College…Undecided major.


recruited by Johns Hopkins, North Carolina and Ohio State…Plans to pursue a career in television or film… Undecided major.


High School: Played four years of lacrosse and football at John Glenn High School in East Northport, New York…Member of Suffolk County championship lacrosse team in 2010…Earned honorable mention All-America honors as a senior…All-Suffolk County selection as a junior and senior…Named team Most Valuable Player…Recorded more than 200 ground balls in his career…Team captain as a senior…Member of the Rutgers Trophy winning football team in 2010… Football team was also Long Island and Suffolk County champions…Second team All-New York state selection at quarterback as a senior…Finalist for the Hansen Award (Suffolk Player of the Year) and Esiason Award (top QB)…MVP of the Suffolk County and Long Island championship games…Football team and Division IV Most Valuable Player…Set Long Island record for allpurpose yards with more than 3,400 while passing for 21 touchdowns and rushing for 20…Personal: Born August 5, 1993…Has one sister…Father, Jim, was an Academic All-American football player at Bucknell University in 1985 and also played baseball…Nicknamed “Riles”… Undecided major.



Midfield 6-1, 190, Freshman Massapequa, NY/Massapequa High School Coach: Tim Radomski

High School: Played lacrosse and football for three years at Massapequa (NY) High School…Part of two Nassau County runner-up teams as a junior and senior…Named to All-Nassau County team as a senior…Honorable mention all-county as a junior… Tallied 15 goals and 23 assists as a senior and 12 goals and 15 assists as a junior…Two-time all-county pick in football…Personal: Born December 8, 1992…Has one sister…Names Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete… Lists “Gangs of New York” as his favorite movie…Also



Goalie 5-9, 160, Freshman Parkland, FL/St. Thomas Aquinas High School Coach: Terry Crowely

High School: Played four years of lacrosse at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida…Named to high school All-America team as a junior and senior…Three-time all-district, allcounty and all-league selection…2011 Sun Sentinel Player of the Year…Named first team All-Sun Sentinel and AllMiami Herald as a junior and senior…Personal: Born November 4, 1992…Has one brother and one sister… Lists Ed Reed as his favorite athlete and mahi-mahi as his favorite food…Nicknamed “Piglet”…Started playing lacrosse at age 6…Undecided major.



Attack 6-0, 180, Freshman Massapequa Park, NY/ Farmingdale High School Coach: Bob Hartranft

Joins the Pride after spending the fall 2011 semester at Nassau Community College…High School: Lettered in lacrosse, football and basketball at Farmingdale (NY) High School… Part of New York State and Long Island championship team as a senior and a Nassau County championship team as a junior…Named to high school All-America team as a senior…All-Long Island team selection…Named Nassau County Attackman of the Year…Two-time All-Nassau County selection… All-conference selection as a sophomore…Recorded 37 goals and 57 assists as a senior…Ranks ninth all-time in points at Farmingdale with 208 (100 goals and 108 assists)…Team captain as a senior…Named to all-county team in football as a senior…Also was football team MVP and captain…Personal: Born July 4, 1993…Has one sister…Hobbies include video games and golf…Started playing lacrosse at age 7…Physical education major.




Long Stick Midfielder 5-11, 180, Freshman East Northport, NY/John Glenn High School Coach: Kevin Lavey








Saturday, February 18 at Hofstra

Saturday, February 25 at Princeton

Tuesday, February 28 at Hofstra

Saturday, March 3 at Harvard

Location: Fairfield, CT Nickname: Pioneers Director of Athletics: C. Donald Cook Lacrosse Stadium: Campus Field (4,000) Press Box Phone: (203) 365-7532 Head Lacrosse Coach: Tom Mariano Record at School/Years: 86-125/15 years Overall Record: 100-137/17 years Coach’s Office Phone: (203) 365-7563 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Katie Sullivan Office Phone: (203) 365-4813 Fax: (203) 371-7889 E-mail: 2011 Record: 4-9/1-4 (NEC) Returning Lettermen: 42 Returning Starters: 8 Series Record: Hofstra leads10-0 Last Meeting: 2011-Hofstra won, 10-6 Athletic Web Site:

Location: Princeton, NJ Nickname: Tigers Director of Athletics: Gary D. Walters Lacrosse Stadium: Class of 1952 Stadium (6,000) Press Box Phone: (609) 2582401/2472 Head Lacrosse Coach: Chris Bates Record at School/Years: 15-13/2 years Overall Record: 85-84/12 years Coach’s Office Phone: (609) 258-4978 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Jerry Price Office Phone: (609) 258-3569 Fax: (609) 258-2399 E-mail: 2011 Record: 4-8/2-4 (Ivy) Returning Lettermen: 34 Returning Starters: 8 Series Record: Hofstra leads 13-11 Last Meeting: 2011-Hofstra won, 11-9 Athletic Web Site:

Location: Fairfield, CT Nickname: Stags Director of Athletics: Eugene P. Doris Lacrosse Stadium: Lessing Field (600) Head Lacrosse Coach: Andrew Copelan Record at School/Years: 23-20/3 years Overall Record: 41-35/5 years Coach’s Office Phone: (203) 254-4000 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Chris O’Connor Office Phone: (203) 254-4000 ext. 2878 Fax: (203) 254-4117 E-mail: 2011 Record: 8-8/3-3 (ECAC) Returning Lettermen: 24 Returning Starters: 8 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 2-0 Last Meeting: 2011-Hofstra won, 8-7 Athletic Web Site:

Location: Cambridge, MA Nickname: Crimson Director of Athletics: Robert L. Scalise Lacrosse Stadium: Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium (4,500) Press Box Phone: (617) 495-5902 Head Lacrosse Coach: Chris Wojcik Record at School/Years: 10-6/1 year Overall Record: Same Coach’s Office Phone: (617) 495-4890 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Tim Williamson Office Phone: (617) 495-2206 Fax: (617) 495-1230 E-mail: 2011 Record: 10-6/3-3 (Ivy) Returning Lettermen: 30 Returning Starters: 9 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 9-8 Last Meeting: 2001-Hofstra won, 15-9 Athletic Web Site:


UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE Saturday, March 17 at Hofstra


Tuesday, March 20 at Hofstra


Saturday, March 24 at Drexel

Location: Notre Dame, IN Nickname: Fighting Irish Director of Athletics: Jack Swarbrick Lacrosse Stadium: Arlotta Stadium (2,500) Head Lacrosse Coach: Kevin Corrigan Record at School/Years: 217-106/23 years Overall Record: 227-121/25 years Coach’s Office Phone: (574) 631-5108 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Sean Carroll Office Phone: (574) 631-2664 Fax: (574) 631-7941 E-mail: 2011 Record: 11-3/5-1 (Big East) Returning Lettermen: 18 Returning Starters: 6 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 7-6 Last Meeting: 2006-Hofstra won, 13-5 Athletic Web Site:

Location: Newark, DE Nickname: Fightin’ Blue Hens Director of Athletics: Bernard Muir Lacrosse Stadium: Rullo Stadium (2,000) Press Box Phone: (302) 831-3526 Head Lacrosse Coach: Bob Shillinglaw Record at School/Years: 275-246/33 years Overall Record: 299-262/35 years Coach’s Office Phone: (302) 831-8661 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Scott Selheimer Office Phone: (302) 831-2186 Fax: (302) 831-8653 E-mail: 2011 Record: 11-7/4-2 (CAA) Returning Lettermen: 26 Returning Starters: 5 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 23-12 Last Meeting: 2011-Delaware won, 10-9 Athletic Web Site:

Location: Queens, NY Nickname: Red Storm Director of Athletics: Chris Monasch Lacrosse Stadium: DaSilva Memorial (1,200) Press Box Phone: (718) 990-6057 Head Lacrosse Coach: Jason Miller Record at School/Years: 21-47/5 years Overall Record: same Coach’s Office Phone: (718) 990-6305 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Brad Zak Office Phone: (718) 990-1523 Fax: (718) 969-8468 E-mail: 2011 Record: 4-10, 2-4 (Big East) Returning Lettermen: 20 Returning Starters: 7 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 11-2 Last Meeting: 2011-Hofstra won, 8-5 Athletic Web Site:

Location: Philadelphia, PA Nickname: Dragons Director of Athletics: Dr. Eric Zillmer Lacrosse Stadium: Vidas Field Head Lacrosse Coach: Brian Voelker Record at School/Years: 18-11/2 years Overall Record: 60-62/9 years Coach’s Office Phone: (215) 895-1859 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Mike Tuberosa Office Phone: (215) 895-1591 Fax: (215) 895-2038 E-mail: 2011 Record: 8-6/3-3(CAA) Returning Lettermen: 25 Returning Starters: 8 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 21-3 Last Meeting: 2011-Hofstra won, 11-6 Athletic Web Site:

Saturday, March 10 at Hofstra

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Location: Amherst, MA Nickname: Minutemen Director of Athletics: John F. McCutcheon Lacrosse Stadium: Richard F. Garber Field (5,000) PressSaturday, Box Phone: (413) 687-1756 April 2 at Head Lacrosse Towson Coach: Greg Cannella Record at School/Years: 117-69/13 years Towson, MD Location: Overall Record: Same Nickname: Tigers Coach’s Offi ce Phone:Mike (413)Waddell 545-3782 Director of Athletics: Men’s Lacrosse SID: Jason Unitas Yellin Lacrosse Stadium: Johnny Offi ce Phone: (413) 577-3061 Stadium (11,198) Fax: (413) 545-1556 Press Box Phone: (410) 704-3102 Head Lacrosse Coach: Shawn Nadelen E-mail: Record at School/Years: First year 2007 Record: 7-7/4-3 (ECAC) Overall Record: First year 24/7 Returning Lettermen/Starters: Coach’s OfficeMassachusetts Phone: (410) 704-4968 Series Record: leads Men’s Lacrosse SID: Eric Rhew 18-14 Office Phone: (410) 704-6258 Last Meeting: 2007-Massachusetts Fax: (410) 704-3861 won, 11-10 (OT) E-mail: Athletic Web Site: www. 2011 Record: 3-10/1-5 (CAA) Returning Lettermen: 26 Returning Starters: 6 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 24-18 Last Meeting: 2011-Hofstra won, 12-5 Athletic Web Site:

Location: Amherst, MA Nickname: Minutemen Director of Athletics: John F. McCutcheon Lacrosse Stadium: Richard F. Garber Field (5,000) PressTuesday, Box Phone: (413) 687-1756 April 3 at Head Lacrosse Coach: Greg Cannella Hofstra Record at School/Years: 117-69/13 years Hanover, NH Location: Overall Record: Same Nickname: Big Green Coach’s Offi ce Phone:Harry (413) Sheehy 545-3782 Director of Athletics: Men’s Lacrosse SID: Jason YellinField Lacrosse Stadium: Scully-Fahey Offi ce Phone: (413) 577-3061 (1,600) Fax: (413) 545-1556 Head Lacrosse Coach: Andrew Towers Record School/Years: 10-17/2 years E-mail: at Overall Record: 10-31/3 years 2007 Record: 7-7/4-3 (ECAC) Coach’s Phone: (603) 646-8157 ReturningOffice Lettermen/Starters: 24/7 Men’s LacrosseMassachusetts SID: Chip Whipple Series Record: leads Office 18-14Phone: (603) 646-0424 Fax: (603) 646-3348 Last Meeting: 2007-Massachusetts E-mail: won, 11-10 (OT) 2011 Record: 5-9/1-5 (Ivy) Athletic Web Site: www. Returning Lettermen: 32 Returning Starters: 10 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 5-2 Last Meeting: 1979-Hofstra won, 12-10 Athletic Web Site:

Location: Amherst, MA Nickname: Minutemen Director of Athletics: John F. McCutcheon Lacrosse Stadium: Richard F. Garber Field (5,000) PressSaturday, Box Phone: (413) 687-1756 April 7 at Head Lacrosse Coach: Greg Cannella Hofstra Record at School/Years: 117-69/13 years Philadelphia, PA Location: Overall Record: Same Nickname: Hawks Coach’s Offi ce Phone:Don (413)DiJulia 545-3782 Director of Athletics: Men’s Lacrosse SID: Jason Yellin Lacrosse Stadium: Finnesey Field Offi ce Phone: (413) 577-3061 (600) Fax: (413) 545-1556 Head Lacrosse Coach: Taylor Wray Record School/Years: First year E-mail: at Overall Record: First (ECAC) year 2007 Record: 7-7/4-3 Coach’s Phone: (610) 660-1733 ReturningOffice Lettermen/Starters: 24/7 Men’s LacrosseMassachusetts SID: Chris Humbrecht Series Record: leads Office 18-14Phone: (610) 660-2601 Fax: (610) 660-1724 Last Meeting: 2007-Massachusetts E-mail: won, 11-10 (OT) 2011 Record: 0-12/0-6 (CAA) Athletic Web Site: www. Returning Lettermen: 27 Returning Starters: 7 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 1-0 Last Meeting: 2011-Hofstra won, 11-3 Athletic Web Site:

Location: Amherst, MA Nickname: Minutemen Director of Athletics: John F. McCutcheon Lacrosse Stadium: Richard F. Garber Field (5,000) Press Box Phone: (413) 687-1756 Head Lacrosse Coach: Greg Cannella Record at School/Years: 117-69/13 Saturday, April 14 at years Overall Record: Same Charlotte, NC Coach’s Office Phone: (413) 545-3782 Location: ChapelSID: Hill,Jason NC Yellin Men’s Lacrosse Nickname: Tar(413) Heels577-3061 Office Phone: Director of545-1556 Athletics: Bubba Fax: (413) Cunningham E-mail: Lacrosse Stadium: Fetzer Field 2007 Record: 7-7/4-3 (ECAC) Head Lacrosse Coach: Joe Breschi Returning Lettermen/Starters: 24/7 Record at School/Years: 35-15/3 years Series Record: Massachusetts leads Overall Record: 127-78/14 years 18-14 Coach’s Office Phone: (919) 962-5216 Last Meeting: 2007-Massachusetts Men’s Lacrosse SID: Dave Lohse won, 11-10 (OT) Office Phone: (919) 962-7257 Athletic Web Site: www. Fax: (919) 962-0612 E-mail:

Saturday, February 23 at Massachusetts


Saturday, February 23 at Massachusetts


Saturday, February 23 at Massachusetts


2011 Record: 10-6/1-2 (ACC) Returning Lettermen: 32 Returning Starters: 6 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 6-3 Last Meeting: 2009-North Carolina won, 13-8 Athletic Web Site:



Location: Amherst, MA Location: MA Nickname:Amherst, Minutemen Nickname: Minutemen Director of Athletics: John F. Director of Athletics: John F. McCutcheon McCutcheon Lacrosse Stadium: Richard F. Garber Lacrosse Stadium: Richard F. Garber Field (5,000) Field (5,000) Press Box Phone: (413) 687-1756 Head Lacrosse Coach: Greg Cannella Head Lacrosse Coach: Greg Cannella Record at School/Years: 149-95/17 Record yearsat School/Years: 117-69/13 years Record: Same Overall Overall Same (413) 545-3782 Coach’sRecord: Office Phone: Coach’s Office Phone: (413)Sinnett 545-3782 Men’s Lacrosse SID: John Men’s SID:577-3061 Jason Yellin Office Lacrosse Phone: (413) Offi Phone: (413) 577-3061 Fax:ce(413) 545-1556 E-mail: Fax: (413) 545-1556 2011 Record: 10-5/4-2 (CAA) E-mail: Returning Lettermen: 25 2007 Record: 7-7/4-3 (ECAC) Returning Lettermen/Starters: Starters: 10 Returning 24/7 Series Record: Record: Massachusetts Massachusettsleads leads, Series 19-17 18-14 Last Meeting: Meeting: 2007-Massachusetts 2011-Hofstra won, 14-5 Last Athletic Web Site: won, 11-10 (OT)

Location: Amherst, MA Location: State College, PA Nickname: Minutemen Nickname: Nittany Lions Director of Athletics: John F. Director of Athletics: Tim Curley McCutcheon Lacrosse Stadium: Jeffrey Field Lacrosse (5,000)Stadium: Richard F. Garber Field (5,000) Coach: Jeff Tambroni Head Lacrosse Press Box Phone: (413) 687-1756 Record at School/Years: 7-7/1 year Head Lacrosse Gregyears Cannella Overall Record:Coach: 116-47/11 Record atOffice School/Years: 117-69/13 Coach’s Phone: (814) 863-7470 yearsLacrosse SID: Matt Caracappa Men’s OverallPhone: Record:(814) Same865-1757 Office Fax: (814) 863-3165 Coach’s Offi ce Phone: (413) 545-3782 E-mail: Men’s Lacrosse SID: Jason Yellin 2011 (CAA) OfficeRecord: Phone: 7-7/5-1 (413) 577-3061 Returning Fax: (413) Lettermen: 545-1556 26 Returning Starters: 8 E-mail: Series Record:7-7/4-3 Hofstra(ECAC) leads, 9-5 2007 Record: Last Meeting: 2011-Hofstra won, Returning Lettermen/Starters: 24/79-4 Athletic Web Site: Series Record: Massachusetts leads 18-14 Last Meeting: 2007-Massachusetts won, 11-10 (OT)

Saturday, Saturday, February April 2123 at Foxborough, MA at Massachusetts

Saturday, Saturday, February April 2823 at Penn State at Massachusetts

The Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse team will travel to Japan to compete in a series of exhibition contests from May 30-June 7, 2012. The Pride will play a minimum of four contests against the Japanese National team, U21 National team and various universities. The International Friendship Game, versus the Japanese National team has seen crowds in



Saturday, February 23 at Massachusetts

upwards of 9,000 fans at Edogawa Stadium along with Japanese politicians and royalty in attendance.



2012 NCAA DIVISION I FEBRUARY 4 Detroit at Delaware

1 p.m.

FEBRUARY 9 Detroit at Ohio State

7 p.m.

FEBRUARY 10 Massachusetts at Army

3 p.m.


FEBRUARY 11 Rutgers at Duke VMI at Navy Robert Morris at Bellarmine Delaware at Bucknell Bryant at Colgate Towson at Jacksonville Ohio State at Mercer North Carolina vs. Penn State (Kennesaw, Ga.) Lehigh at Saint Joseph’s

12 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m.

FEBRUARY 12 North Carolina vs. Mercer (Atlanta, Ga.) Detroit vs. Michigan (Pontiac, Mich.)

1 p.m. 1 p.m.

FEBRUARY 15 Wagner at Army

3 p.m.

FEBRUARY 17 Towson at Johns Hopkins

5 p.m.

FEBRUARY 18 VMI at Army Vermont at Colgate Villanova at Lehigh Detroit at North Carolina Sacred Heart at Hofstra Saint Joseph’s at Bryant Delaware at Loyola Hartford at Maryland Robert Morris at UMBC Bucknell at Massachusetts Bellarmine at Mercer Duke at Notre Dame Michigan at Penn State Holy Cross at St. John’s Virginia at Drexel Stony Brook at Fairfield Providence at Lafayette

12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

FEBRUARY 19 Air Force vs. Rutgers (Syracuse, N.Y.) 11 am Denver vs. Ohio State * 2 p.m. Albany at Syracuse 2 p.m. Navy at Jacksonville * 4 p.m. Hobart vs. Siena (Syracuse, N.Y.) 5 p.m. * Moe’s Southwest Grill Classic (EverBank Field, Jacksonville, Fla.)

FEBRUARY 21 Rutgers at Wagner Delaware at Johns Hopkins VMI at Virginia

2 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m.

FEBRUARY 24 Penn at Duke Maryland at Georgetown

7 p.m. 7 p.m.

FEBRUARY 25 Mount St. Mary’s at Delaware Vermont at Harvard North Carolina at Navy Bucknell at Villanova Stony Brook at Virginia

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12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m.

Saint Joseph’s at VMI Drexel at Albany Lafayette at Binghamton Dartmouth at Colgate Bryant at Fairfield Holy Cross at Hartford Cornell at Hobart Manhattan at Lehigh Towson at Loyola Detroit at Mercer Hofstra at Princeton Massachusetts at Ohio State Air Force vs. Robert Morris (Denver, Colo.) St. John’s at Yale Wagner at Providence Siena at Johns Hopkins Michigan at Denver

12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

FEBRUARY 26 Brown at Quinnipiac UMBC at Rutgers Jacksonville at Duke Air Force vs. Michigan (Denver, Colo.) Penn State at Notre Dame Marist at Sacred Heart Army at Syracuse Robert Morris at Denver

12 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m.

4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

MARCH 2 Michigan at Jacksonville Johns Hopkins at Princeton Loyola at Bellarmine

3:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m.

MARCH 3 Villanova at Delaware Bucknell at Navy Colgate at Robert Morris Quinnipiac at Air Force Massachusetts at Brown Army at Cornell Detroit at Georgetown Binghamton at Hobart Duke at Maryland Penn State at Ohio State Lafayette at Rutgers Siena at St. John’s Marist at Stony Brook Mount St. Mary’s at Towson Albany at Yale Notre Dame at Drexel Providence at Manhattan Saint Joseph’s at Wagner Sacred Heart at Dartmouth Hartford at Denver Vermont at Bryant Hofstra at Harvard Fairfield at UMBC Lehigh at North Carolina

12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

MARCH 4 Mercer vs. Michigan Holy Cross at Jacksonville

12 p.m. 3:30 p.m.


4:30 p.m.

MARCH 6 Holy Cross vs. Mercer (Jacksonville, Fla.) Bellarmine at Dartmouth Albany at Massachusetts Lehigh at VMI Manhattan at Johns Hopkins Hobart at Colgate Canisius at Cornell Drexel at Saint Joseph’s Rutgers at Army Maryland at UMBC North Carolina at Penn Sacred Heart at Yale Vermont at Virginia Hartford at Brown Fairfield at Quinnipiac Loyola at Michigan

1 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m.

MARCH 9 7 p.m.

MARCH 10 North Carolina vs. Princeton * 11 am Colgate at Holy Cross 12 p.m. Navy at Lafayette 12 p.m. Duke at Loyola 12 p.m. Canisius at Albany 1 p.m. Siena at Binghamton 1 p.m. Drexel at Bryant 1 p.m. Hobart at Bucknell 1 p.m. Harvard at Georgetown 1 p.m. Mercer at Jacksonville 1 p.m. Marist at Maryland 1 p.m. Hartford at Massachusetts 1 p.m. VMI at Mount St. Mary’s 1 p.m. Denver at Penn State 1 p.m. Detroit at Quinnipiac 1 p.m. Manhattan at Sacred Heart 1 p.m. Syracuse at St. John’s 1 p.m. Brown at Saint Joseph’s 1 p.m. Cornell vs. Virginia * 1:30 p.m. Army vs. Air Force (Houston, Texas) 2 p.m. Stony Brook at Delaware 3 p.m. Notre Dame at Hofstra 3 p.m. Villanova at Penn 3 p.m. Johns Hopkins vs. UMBC * 4 p.m. * Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic (M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md.)

MARCH 11 Yale at Lehigh Fairfield at Vermont

1 p.m. 1 p.m.

MARCH 12 Harvard at Duke

7 p.m.

MARCH 13 Colgate at Binghamton Lafayette at Fairfield Manhattan at Mercer Wagner at VMI Bucknell at Drexel Quinnipiac at Saint Joseph’s Mount St. Mary’s at Georgetown Vermont at Holy Cross Marist at Rutgers St. John’s at Stony Brook Princeton at Villanova Navy at Towson

MARCH 14 Siena at Hartford


Robert Morris at Ohio State 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

FEBRUARY 28 Binghamton at Cornell Harvard at Holy Cross Virginia at Mount St. Mary’s Manhattan at Princeton Fairfield at Hofstra Wagner at Lafayette Lehigh at Penn Drexel at Villanova

Syracuse at Virginia

3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

3:30 p.m.

MARCH 16 Wagner at Mercer North Carolina at Duke

1 p.m. 5 p.m.

MARCH 17 Delaware at Hofstra Air Force at Loyola Holy Cross at Navy Massachusetts at Penn State Bryant at Albany Fairfield at Colgate Yale at Cornell Robert Morris at Hobart Army at Lehigh Binghamton at Manhattan Jacksonville at Marist Villanova at Maryland Virginia at Ohio State Georgetown at Providence Towson at Stony Brook Sacred Heart at Vermont Siena at VMI Quinnipiac at Hartford Penn at Princeton Lafayette at Bucknell Bellarmine at Michigan St. John’s at Rutgers Syracuse at Johns Hopkins Drexel at Mount St. Mary’s Brown at Harvard Detroit at Canisius

1 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA

MARCH 18 Dartmouth at Duke Denver at Notre Dame

1 p.m. 1 p.m.

MARCH 20 Stony Brook at Siena Cornell vs. Denver (Hempstead, N.Y.) Hobart at Canisius St. John’s at Hofstra Lehigh at Penn State Robert Morris at Bucknell

3 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

MARCH 21 Hartford at Sacred Heart Dartmouth at North Carolina Notre Dame at Ohio State Georgetown at Loyola Providence at Syracuse Mercer at Towson

3 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

MARCH 24 Manhattan at Canisius Albany at Bucknell Marist at Detroit Hobart at Fairfield Duke at Georgetown Maryland at North Carolina Princeton at Yale Stony Brook at Bryant VMI at Jacksonville Army at Lafayette Holy Cross at Lehigh Cornell at Penn Binghamton at Quinnipiac Penn State at Saint Joseph’s Brown at Vermont Navy at Colgate Wagner at Hartford

11 am 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m.

COMPOSITE SCHEDULE 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

MARCH 25 Rutgers at Notre Dame Villanova at Syracuse

1 p.m. 2 p.m.

MARCH 27 Brown at Duke Air Force vs. Jacksonville (The Bolles School) Harvard at Massachusetts Bucknell at Penn State Bryant at Providence

3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

MARCH 30 Lehigh at Navy

7 p.m.

MARCH 31 Colgate at Army Virginia at Maryland Binghamton at Albany Fairfield at Bellarmine Cornell at Dartmouth Sacred Heart at Bryant Michigan at Harvard Bucknell at Holy Cross Ohio State at Loyola Detroit at Manhattan Saint Joseph’s at Massachusetts Quinnipiac at Mount St. Mary’s Villanova at Penn State Jacksonville at Siena Vermont at Stony Brook Marist at VMI Robert Morris at Wagner Penn at Yale Mercer at Air Force Princeton at Brown Hobart at Denver Georgetown at Lafayette Drexel at Delaware Towson at Hofstra Hartford at UMBC Rutgers at Providence

12 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

APRIL 1 Notre Dame vs. St. John’s * 1 p.m. Duke vs. Syracuse * 4 p.m. North Carolina vs. Johns Hopkins * 6:30 p.m. * Konica Minolta Big City Classic (MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.)

APRIL 3 Canisius at Binghamton Bryant at Brown Dartmouth at Hofstra Wagner at Manhattan Lafayette at Marist Yale at Providence

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

APRIL 4 Georgetown at Villanova UMBC at Towson

7 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

APRIL 5 Albany at Johns Hopkins

7 p.m.

APRIL 6 Navy at Maryland Bellarmine at Denver

7 p.m. 9 p.m.

APRIL 7 Siena at Detroit Army at Bucknell Marist at Duke Ohio State at Hobart Virginia at North Carolina Robert Morris at Sacred Heart Mount St. Mary’s at Bryant Harvard at Cornell Yale at Dartmouth Loyola at Fairfield St. John’s at Georgetown Saint Joseph’s at Hofstra Canisius at Jacksonville VMI at Manhattan Towson at Massachusetts Delaware at Michigan Wagner at Quinnipiac Villanova at Rutgers UMBC at Vermont Providence at Notre Dame Lehigh at Colgate Penn State at Drexel Lafayette at Holy Cross Princeton at Syracuse Stony Brook at Binghamton Albany at Hartford Brown at Penn

11 am 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

APRIL 8 Bellarmine at Air Force

2 p.m.

APRIL 9 Mercer at Delaware

3 p.m.

APRIL 10 Penn at Bucknell Syracuse at Cornell Quinnipiac at Harvard Bryant at Holy Cross Rutgers at Princeton

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

APRIL 13 Duke at Virginia Yale at Brown

6 p.m. 7 p.m.

APRIL 14 Ohio State at Michigan 11 am Rutgers vs. Syracuse* (Charlotte, N.C.) 11 am Navy at Army 12 p.m. Jacksonville at Detroit 12 p.m. Harvard at Penn 12 p.m. Hobart at Bellarmine 1 p.m. Lafayette at Colgate 1 p.m. Saint Joseph’s at Delaware 1 p.m. Dartmouth at Princeton 1 p.m. Bryant at Quinnipiac 1 p.m. Sacred Heart at Wagner 1 p.m. North Carolina vs. Hofstra* (Charlotte, N.C.) 1:30 p.m. Fairfield at Air Force 2 p.m. Drexel vs. Massachusetts ( Bethpage, N.Y.) 2 p.m. Mercer at VMI 2 p.m. Canisius at Siena 3 p.m. Mount St. Mary’s at Robert Morris 4 p.m. Maryland at Johns Hopkins 6 p.m. Vermont at Albany 7 p.m.

Binghamton at Hartford 7 p.m. Bucknell at Lehigh 7 p.m. Manhattan at Marist 7 p.m. Stony Brook at UMBC 7 p.m. Holy Cross at Providence 7 p.m. St. John’s at Villanova 7 p.m. Penn State at Towson 7:30 p.m. Loyola at Denver 9 p.m. * - ESPNU Warrior Classic at American Legion Stadium

APRIL 15 Notre Dame at Georgetown

1 p.m.

APRIL 16 Yale at Stony Brook

7 p.m.

APRIL 17 Providence at Brown Syracuse at Hobart Penn at Saint Joseph’s

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

APRIL 20 Colgate at Bucknell Bryant at Yale ACC Semifinals (Charlottesville, Va.) p.m.

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5/7:30

APRIL 21 Air Force at Ohio State Holy Cross at Army Bellarmine at Detroit Loyola at Hobart Johns Hopkins at Navy VMI at Canisius Penn at Dartmouth Denver at Fairfield Princeton at Harvard Manhattan at Jacksonville Albany at UMBC Saint Joseph’s at Mercer Sacred Heart at Mount St. Mary’s Providence at St. John’s Marist at Siena Lehigh at Lafayette Quinnipiac at Robert Morris Brown at Cornell Georgetown at Syracuse Binghamton at Vermont Hofstra vs. Massachusetts (Foxborough, Mass.) Notre Dame at Villanova Delaware at Penn State Michigan at Rutgers Hartford at Stony Brook Drexel at Towson

11 am 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

APRIL 22 Wagner at Bryant ACC Championship (Charlottesville, Va.)

1 p.m. 3:30 p.m.

APRIL 24 Dartmouth at Vermont Siena at Albany Saint Joseph’s at Marist

4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

APRIL 25 Maryland at Mount St. Mary’s

7 p.m.

APRIL 27 Patriot League Semifinals (Site TBA) Massachusetts at Delaware

5/7:45 p.m. 7 p.m.

Rutgers at Georgetown 7 p.m. Virginia vs. Penn * 7:30 p.m. Denver vs. Duke * 10 p.m. * Mile High Classic (Sports Authority Field, Denver, Colo.)

APRIL 28 Hofstra at Penn State Ohio State at Fairfield Johns Hopkins at Loyola Canisius at Marist Bellarmine at Maryland Bryant at Robert Morris Quinnipiac at Sacred Heart Towson at Saint Joseph’s Mount St. Mary’s at Wagner Harvard at Yale Villanova at Providence Detroit at VMI Dartmouth at Brown St. John’s at Drexel Syracuse at Notre Dame Stony Brook at Albany UMBC at Binghamton Vermont at Hartford Air Force at Hobart Siena at Manhattan Cornell at Princeton

12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

APRIL 29 Patriot League Championship (Site TBA)

3 p.m.

MAY 1 Holy Cross at Dartmouth

4 p.m.

MAY 2 America East Semifinals (Site TBA) TBA CAA Semifinals (Site TBA) TBA

MAY 3 BIG EAST Championship (Villanova, Pa.) p.m. ECAC Championship (Denver, Colo.)

4:30 /7


MAY 4 Ivy League Championship (Site TBA) MAAC Semifinals (Poughkeepsie, N.Y.) NEC Semifinals (Site TBA)


MAY 5 BIG EAST Championship (Villanova, Pa.) Maryland at Colgate Army at Johns Hopkins America East Championship (Site TBA) Michigan at North Carolina CAA Championship (Site TBA) ECAC Championship (Denver, Colo.)

12 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA TBA

MAY 6 Ivy League Championship (Site TBA) MAAC Championship ( Poughkeepsie, N.Y.) NEC Championship (Site TBA) All Times Eastern



Dartmouth at Harvard Providence at Siena Johns Hopkins at Virginia Denver at Air Force Mount St. Mary’s at Michigan Hofstra at Drexel Loyola at UMBC Bellarmine at Ohio State St. John’s at Sacred Heart Delaware at Towson




2011 NCAA Tournament Recap:



Team ÅJohns Hopkins Home Team Visitor Maryland #1 Syracuse 10 Siena 4 Virginia #2 Cornell 12 Hartford 5 Syracuse #3 Johns Hopkins 12 Hofstra 5 Navy #4 Notre Dame 13 Penn 6 North Carolina #5 Duke 15 Delaware 14 Cornell #6 Denver 13 Villanova 10 Princeton #7 Virginia 13 Bucknell 12 Massachusetts #8 North Carolina 6 Maryland 13 Loyola Hofstra Quarterfinals Army at Hempstead, NewYork, May 21: Notre Dame Duke #6 Denver 14 #3 Johns Hopkins 9 Brown #7 Virginia 13 #2 Cornell 9 Georgetown Pennsylvania at Foxborough, Massachusetts, Towson Rutgers May 22: Wash. & Lee Maryland 6 #1 Syracuse 5 Delaware #5 Duke 7 #4 Notre Dame 5 Harvard UMBC Semifinals Adelphi at Baltimore, Maryland May 28: Denver #7 Virginia 14 #6 Denver 8 Albany Maryland 6 #5 Duke 3 Yale Ohio State Michigan State Championship Hobart at Baltimore, Maryland May 30: Providence #7 Virginia 9 Maryland 7 Air Force Fairfield Penn State Siena Villanova Stony Brook Mt. St. Mary’s HOFSTRA IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT Bucknell 2000 - Maryland 14, Hofstra 12 1971 - Army 19, #5 Hofstra 3 Cortland State 2001 - Hofstra 15, Virginia 14 (OT) 1973 - Virginia 12, #3 Hofstra 5 LIU-C.W. Post Syracuse 18, Hofstra 13 1974 - Johns Hopkins 18, #7 Hofstra 10 New Hampshire 2003 - Massachusetts 9, Hofstra 6 1975 - Maryland 19, #6 Hofstra 7 No. Carolina St. 2006 - #3 Hofstra 14, Providence 8 1978 - Johns Hopkins 20, #7 Hofstra 8 Butler Massachusetts 11, #3 Hofstra 10 (OT) 1993 - #6 Hofstra 9, Massachusetts 8 Manhattan 2008 - Johns Hopkins 10, Hofstra 4 Syracuse 20, #6 Hofstra 8 Dartmouth 2009 - Cornell 11, Hofstra 8 1996 - Harvard 15, #6 Hofstra 12 Marist 2010 - Maryland 11, Hofstra 8 1997 - Massachusetts 6, Hofstra 4 Canisius 2011 - Johns Hopkins 12, Hofstra 5 1999 - Hofstra 15, Navy 7 Colgate Johns Hopkins 11, Hofstra 7 Hartford 1971 - Cornell 1972 - Virginia 1973 - Maryland 1974 - Johns Hopkins 1975 - Maryland 1976 - Cornell 1977 - Cornell 1978 - Johns Hopkins 1979 - Johns Hopkins 1980 - Johns Hopkins 1981 - North Carolina 1982 - North Carolina 1983 - Syracuse 1984 - Johns Hopkins 1985 - Johns Hopkins 1986 - North Carolina 1987 - Johns Hopkins 1988 - Syracuse 1989 - Syracuse 1990 - Title vacated (by Syracuse) 1991 - North Carolina 1992 - Princeton 1993 - Syracuse 1994 - Princeton 1995 - Syracuse 1996 - Princeton 1997 - Princeton 1998 - Princeton 1999 - Virginia 2000 - Syracuse 2001 - Princeton 2002 - Syracuse 2003 - Virginia 2004 - Syracuse 2005 - Johns Hopkins 2006 - Virginia 2007 - Johns Hopkins 2008 - Syracuse 2009 - Syracuse 2010 - Duke 2011 - Virginia

First Round (May 14-15)

Yrs. 40 34 34 30 26 26 24 19 18 17 17 16 16 15 12 11 11 10 9 8 6 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Won 65 44 47 59 16 27 30 30 9 9 4 4 9 22 5 10 2 7 2 3 3 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lost 31 32 29 20 26 22 21 13 18 17 17 16 16 14 12 11 11 10 9 8 6 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Last 2011 2011 2011 2011 2009 2011 2011 2010 2009 2010 2011 2010 2011 2011 2009 2007 2011 2007 2004 1980 2011 2006 2009 1989 2011 2007 1992 2008 1991 2004 2007 1988 2005 2005 2011 2011 2010 2010 2011 1972 1986 1986 1979 1998 2002 2003 2005 2008 2008 2011

Hofstra’s Tournament Seeding The Pride equaled their best NCAA Championship seeding with a number three placement in 2006. Hofstra defeated Providence at Shuart Stadium, 14-8, in the first round before losing a heart-breaking 11-10 overtime decision to Massachusetts in the quarterfinal at Stony Brook. In 1973, the Flying Dutchmen were ranked third in the eight-team tournament field and lost to Virginia, 12-5 in the first round. In 1971 Hofstra was seeded fifth and lost to Army, 19-3, in the first round. In 1975, 1993 and 1996, the Dutchmen were seeded sixth. In 1975 Hofstra lost to Maryland, 19-7. In 1993 Hofstra dumped Massachusetts, 9-8, in the first round of the field of 12 before losing to eventual national champion Syracuse, 20-8, in the quarterfinals. In 1996 Hofstra dropped a 15-12 decision to Harvard. In both 1974 and 1978, the Dutchmen were ranked seventh and dropped first round games to Johns Hopkins each year. In 1999 Hofstra earned the seventh seed and defeated Navy, 15-7, in the opening round before falling to Johns Hopkins in the quarterfinals. Hofstra was not seeded in 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2008, 2009, 2010 or 2011.

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NCAA DIVISION I LACROSSE QUARTERFINALS Hofstra hosted the NCAA Division I Quarterfinals for the seventh time in program history on May 21, 2011 at James M. Shuart Stadium. James M. Shuart Stadium is the largest outdoor sports complex on Long Island. Opened in 1963, Shuart Stadium has served as the site for NCAA Championships, New York State High School Championships, world championships, and professional contests.

The largest crowds in James M. Shuart Stadium history occurred during the hosting of the NCAA Lacrosse Quarterfinals. A stadium record 13,447 people, the largest-ever lacrosse crowd on Long Island, were in attendance for the 2011 NCAA Quarterfinals, while a crowd of 12,292, a then-NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship Quarterfinal, witnessed the 1999 NCAA Quarterfinals. In 2001 10,510 fans attended quarterfinals.


James M. Shuart Stadium has been an important venue in NCAA Lacrosse history as it served as the site of the first-ever NCAA Lacrosse Championship game in 1971, which saw Cornell post a 12-6 victory over Maryland. Since then the stadium has hosted first round NCAA Tournament games in 1973, 1993 and 2006, and NCAA Quarterfinals in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2009 and 2011.

PREVIOUS NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTERFINALS AT HOFSTRA 1997 Princeton*-11, Massachusetts-9 Syracuse-13 vs. Loyola-12

1998 Princeton*-11, Duke-9 Syracuse-17, Virginia-14

1999 Johns Hopkins-11, Hofstra-7 Georgetown-17, Duke-14

2001 Syracuse-18, Hofstra-13 Princeton*-8, Loyola-7

2002 Syracuse*-10, Duke-9 Princeton-14, Georgetown-13

2009 Cornell 6, Princeton 4 Syracuse* 11, Maryland 6

2011 Virginia*-13, Cornell-9 Denver-14, Johns Hopkins-9 * National Champion




THIS IS HOFSTRA Hofstra University provides a dynamic college experience tailored for engaged and ambitious individuals. Students find pride and purpose at Hofstra, through small classes, a faculty whose primary concern is teaching, cutting edge technology, extensive library resources, internships, and active and compelling educational programs that appeal to their interests and abilities. The Hofstra community is driven, dynamic and energetic, helping students find and focus their strengths to prepare them for a successful future. In its relatively short 76-year history, Hofstra has established itself as a world-class institution of higher education and cultural enterprise. Each academic year, the Hofstra campus and the programs offered grow and change to meet the demands of our students and our community.

Hofstra joined with North Shore-LIJ Health System in announcing plans to establish a medical school on the University campus in October 2007. The new school, which welcomed its first class in July 2011, is the first allopathic (MD) medical school in Nassau County and the first in New York State since 1963. In 2011 Hofstra announced that it would launch a School of Engineering and Applied Science with a co-op education program that will partner with a network of industry leaders to offer students substantial work experience before they graduate. The new school, set to open in September 2012, will combine and expand the University’s existing Engineering and Computer Science departments to develop a curriculum that emphasizes high-tech research, practical work experience and inter-disciplinary study, integrating resources and faculty from other parts of the institution, including the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine and the Frank G. Zarb School of Business. Hofstra’s School of Communication is one of the largest, most

Hofstra opened in 1935 as a commuter school with all classes and offices housed in one building. Since those early days, Hofstra has evolved into an international institution with a student body hailing from 50 states and territories, and 72 countries around the world. The beautiful campus is an accredited arboretum with 115 buildings on 240 acres. There are approximately 4,000 students living on campus, and Hofstra offers them and all students an extensive array of academic and social activities. Additionally, Hofstra’s close proximity to Manhattan means that students have easy access to the wondrous cultural, social and career offerings of the city. While the campus and its offerings have changed, what has remained consistent throughout the years is the sense of community on campus, the eagerness of our students to learn and the commitment of the Hofstra faculty and administration to provide a challenging education that encourages the pursuit of lifelong learning. The Colleges and Schools of the University are: Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Frank G. Zarb School of Business, School of Communication, School of Education, Health and Human Services, Maurice A. Deane School of Law, School for University Studies, Honors College, Hofstra University Continuing Education and Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine at Hofstra University. Bachelor’s degrees are offered in about 150 areas of study. Graduate degrees are offered, including Ph.D., Ed.D., Psy.D., Au.D., J.D., and M.D. degrees, advanced certificates and professional diplomas, in more approximately 160 programs of study. In October 2011 the Commission on Presidential Debates announced that it had chosen Hofstra University for the site of its October 16, 2012 Presidential Debate, which will be in the “town meeting” format. The Commission on Presidential Debates, a nonprofit, nonpartisan corporation, has sponsored and produced every presidential and vicepresidential debate since 1988. Hofstra University hosted the third and final presidential debate of the 2008 election cycle, between then Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain, on October 15, 2008.

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advanced non-commercial television facilities in the East. Students take classes and work in Dempster Hall, a sophisticated television production/post-production facility with two broadcast-quality studios and control rooms; two advanced online video edit suites; two Avid non-linear digital editing systems and several cuts-only video work stations. Two satellite dishes are available with one dish providing special news feeds for the broadcast journalism room, which also has access to Associated Press, Lexis-Nexis and Dow Jones services. In addition, the facility is capable of broadcasting student-produced programming to the entire campus on our own cable channels. Also located here is the University’s radio station (WRHU/88.7-FM), audio production studios, a film/video screening room, film editing rooms, a computer laboratory, a speech performance studio and a large dance studio. Hofstra’s C.V. Starr Hall offers academic facilities that are among the most technologically advanced in the nation. Every seat in every classroom allows students direct access to the Internet and Hofstra network, including the resources of Hofstra’s Axinn Library. Hofstra’s growing computer facilities offer extensive high-tech training opportunities. There are computer terminals throughout the campus for student and faculty use, with more than 750 PC, Macintosh and UNIX workstations available in labs and classrooms.

THIS IS HOFSTRA Hofstra hosts more than 500 cultural events annually, bringing thousands of scholars, dignitaries and other participants to campus. More than 200 musical and dramatic performances take place on campus each year. The University recently completed a year-long celebration of its 75th anniversary, complete with a concert, academic convocation and cake, several conferences and signature events which brought together students, faculty, alumni and community. In October 2008 the eyes of the world were on Hofstra for the final presidential debate between Barack Obama and John McCain. The debate was a transformational moment for the University, highlighting the achievements of our students and faculty and their engagement in the political process. Leading up to the

Hofstra also has an indoor, Olympic-sized (eight lane, 50-meter) swimming pool, one of the largest such facilities in the New York metropolitan area. The Hofstra athletic program competes on the NCAA Division I level and is a member of the Colonial Athletic Association. The University sponsors 17 intercollegiate programs – eight men’s sports and nine women’s sports. Hofstra has men’s teams in basketball, baseball, lacrosse, golf, tennis, wrestling, soccer and cross country. Women’s sports include basketball, volleyball, softball, tennis, soccer, field hockey, lacrosse, cross country and golf. Hofstra’s academic programs are accredited by numerous national agencies and the University is one of only 280 schools, out of more than 3,600 colleges and universities nationwide, with a chapter of the national honor society Phi Beta Kappa. Of Hofstra’s 1,165 faculty members, 533 are full time and 93 percent hold the highest degree in their fields. The average undergraduate class size is 21 students, while student-faculty ratio is 14-to-1. Hofstra University is 100-percent program accessible to persons with disabilities, and has been cited as a national model for this achievement.


debate, students and the entire community were engaged by the year-long Educate ’08 program, almost 150 lectures, conferences, and events focused on the issues, history and politics of the presidency, followed by Define ’09, which looked at the first year of his presidency. The University continues to host important political events, such as the New York State Gubernatorial Debate in 2010. The Hofstra Museum, which houses one of the largest art collections in the metropolitan area, coordinates approximately eight exhibitions annually and offers exhibition areas and an extensive outdoor sculpture collection, with 75 pieces. The Hofstra Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums – one of only 94 universities in the nation and one of six in New York to hold that distinction. Hofstra also has six theaters, a student newspaper, a lively student center, a recently renovated recreation center and numerous athletic facilities, including the 13,000-seat James M. Shuart Stadium and the 5,054-seat David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex.

21 22 37 100 175 500 1,165 1935 6,804 12,000 119,000+ 1.2 MILLION

Varsity sports Eateries on campus Local and national fraternities and sororities Average undergraduate class size Academic accreditations Residence halls Percent program accessibility to persons with disabilities Student clubs and organizations Cultural events per year Faculty members Founding date Full-time undergraduate enrollment Total University enrollment, including part-time undergraduate, graduate and School of Law Hofstra alumni Volumes available at Hofstra University Libraries





STUART RABINOWITZ Stuart Rabinowitz was chosen by the Hofstra University Board of Trustees to serve as the eighth president of the University on December 20, 2000. Prior to his appointment, he served as dean of Hofstra University School of Law from September 1989 through June 2001. He joined the faculty of the Law School in 1972. President Rabinowitz currently holds the Andrew M. Boas and Mark L. Claster Distinguished Professor of Law. President Rabinowitz has held positions with a number of important government and community organizations, including the Judicial Advisory Council of the State of New York Unified Court System, County of Nassau. He currently serves as a member of the board of directors for the Long Island Association, and as co-vice chair of the Long Island Regional Economic Development Committee. He has also served as a trustee of the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities and on the board of directors the Long Island Technology Network. President Rabinowitz is a former member of the Nassau County Blue Ribbon Financial Review Panel and a former chair of the Nassau County Local Advisory Board. Additionally, President Rabinowitz served as a member of the Nassau County Commission on Government Revision, which was charged with drafting a new charter and a new form of government for the County. He is the recipient of the Martin Luther King Living the Dream Award, EOC; Distinguished Service in the Cause of Justice, Legal Aid Society; UJA Federation Leadership Award; the Bar Association of Nassau County Proclamation for Outstanding Service to both the legal profession and the community; the Community Service Award from the Conference of Jewish Organizations of Nassau

County; and the Alumni Association of the City College of New York 2005 Townsend Harris Medal. President Rabinowitz has also been honored by the Long Island Software and Technology Network (LISTnet) and was the recipient of Networking magazine’s David Award. In 2009, he received the Chief Executive Leadership Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), District II. Claflin University presented President Rabinowitz with the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa in November 2009. President Rabinowitz received a juris doctor, magna cum laude, from Columbia University School of Law, where he was a member of the board of editors of the Columbia Law Review and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He graduated from the City College of New York with honors, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the American Law Institute.

Hofstra President Stuart Rabinowitz (left), Pride Club Board Member James C. Metzger (center) and Pride Club President E. David Woycik, Jr. (right)

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Joseph M. Barkwill

Senior Vice President for Planning and Administration

Dolores Fredrich, Esq.

Dr. Herman

Stephanie Bushey

Berliner Vice President for Vice President for Facilities and Operations Provost and Senior Vice Institutional Research and Assessment President for Academic Affairs

Melissa Connolly

Jessica Eads

Vice President for University Relations

Vice President for Enrollment Services

Richard V. Catherine Hennessy Sandra S. Johnson Guardino, Jr., Esq. Vice President for Vice President for Student

Robert W. Juckiewicz

Financial Affairs and Treasurer

Vice President for Information Technology

Vice President for Legal Affairs and General Counsel

Vice President for Business Development


Alan J. Kelly Vice President for Development




Janis M. Meyer,* Chair

William F. Nirode, Speaker of the Faculty

James M. Shuart,* President Emeritus

James E. Quinn,* Vice Chair

Stuart L. Bass,* Chair, University Senate

Wilbur Breslin, Trustee Emeritus

Peter G. Schiff, Vice Chair

Executive Committee

Emil V. Cianciulli,* Chair Emeritus

David S. Mack,* Secretary

Elizabeth K. Venuti, Chair, University

John J. Conefry, Jr., Chair Emeritus

Senate Planning and Budget Committee

Maurice A. Deane,* Chair Emeritus

David Zuniga, President, Student

George G. Dempster,* Chair Emeritus

Government Association

Joseph L. Dionne,* Trustee Emeritus

Alexander Zelinski, Vice President,

Bernard Fixler,* Trustee Emeritus

Student Government Association

Florence Kaufman, Trustee Emerita

Frederick E. Davis, Jr.,* President, Alumni

Walter B. Kissinger, Trustee Emeritus


Ann M. Mallouk,* Chair Emerita

MEMBERS Alan J. Bernon* George W. Bilicic, Jr. Tejinder Bindra Robert F. Dall* Helene Fortunoff Steven J. Freiberg* Joseph M. Gregory* Martin B. Greenberg* Leo A. Guthart Peter S. Kalikow* Abby Kenigsberg Arthur J. Kremer

Karen L. Lutz Donna M. Mendes* John D. Miller* Marilyn B. Monter* Martha S. Pope Edwin C. Reed Robert D. Rosenthal* Debra A. Sandler* Thomas J. Sanzone* Joseph Sparacio* Frank G. Zarb*

Thomas H. O’Brien, Trustee Emeritus


M. Patricia Adamski

Arnold A. Saltzman, Trustee Emeritus Norman R. Tengstrom,* Trustee Emeritus * Hofstra Alumni





JACK HAYES Jack Hayes is in his eighth year as director of athletics at Hofstra University in 2011-12. Hayes was appointed by Hofstra President Stuart Rabinowitz as the University’s director of athletics on October 4, 2004. Hayes came to Hofstra after serving as an associate director of athletics at the University of Connecticut for three years.

include locker rooms, the wrestling room, athletic training rooms in Margiotta Hall and the Physical Education Center, the basketball media room in the Mack Sports Complex, a press box at the Hofstra Soccer Stadium, replacement of the turf at James M. Shuart Stadium and the construction of the Hofstra Field Hockey Stadium.

Hayes, the eighth director of athletics at Hofstra, leads a department that includes 17 Division I teams, 90 coaches and administrative staff members and 350 student-athletes.

In 2006 Hayes reintroduced the Hofstra Athletics Hall of Fame after more than a 50-year absence, inducting five classes since that time. He also led an effort to retire the uniform numbers of prominent Hofstra student-athletes with 20 jersey retirement ceremonies held during the 2008-09 academic year.

Hayes’ proven expertise in enhancing academic and athletic success of studentathletes, strategic planning, fund-raising, marketing, university relations, facility enhancement, budgetary management, and NCAA compliance complements Hofstra University’s athletic department in its quest to further enhance its athletic program, and assist Hofstra’s student-athletes both on and off the field.

Active on a national level, Hayes served on the NCAA Division I Lacrosse Committee from September 2006 to September 2008. In September 2010 he was appointed to the NCAA Leadership Council, which is an advisory body to the Division I Board of Directors.

The Hofstra Athletic program has flourished under Hayes’ leadership, winning 20 CAA Championships and making 33 postseason appearances, including 25 NCAA Tournaments, since the 2004-05 academic year. In 2010-11 four Pride teams advanced to postseason play with women’s soccer and men’s lacrosse reaching the NCAA Tournament as at-large selections. In addition, Hofstra hosted the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals in 2009 and 2011, setting a James M. Shuart Stadium attendance record in 2011. Hayes has placed a significant emphasis on fund-raising during his tenure. Pride Club membership reached all-time highs, both in terms of the number of contributors and funds raised as the organization topped the $1 million mark for the three consecutive years. In addition, Hofstra Athletics signed its largest corporate sponsorship deal in department history when it partnered with W.B. Mason in 2010. In 2011 Hofstra announced a 1.5 million dollar commitment from lacrosse alumnus James C. Metzger ’83, the largest gift in Hofstra Athletics history.

Hayes received a master’s degree in education in 1992 with a concentration in sport management from the University of Connecticut. He holds a bachelor’s degree (1989) from P Providence College, where he was a member of Providence’s lacrosse HOFSTRA te team. He was also awarded a certificate oof completion in 2001 from the Sports UNIVERSITY M Management Institute, Consortium of the DIRECTORS OF U Universities of Michigan and Texas.


1937-42 1942-45 1945-48 1948-51 1951-74 1974-75 1975-87 1987-97 1997-04

John Bartlett MacDonald John Archer Smith (Interim) John Bartlett MacDonald John Archer Smith Howard “Howdy” Myers Dick Thiebert Bob Getchell Jim Garvey Harry Royle

Resources generated through fund-raising efforts have been used to enhance programs and facilities available to student-athletes. Recent initiatives include the construction of the W.B. Mason Pride Lounge on the lower level of the Mack Sports Complex, baseball’s Quinn Family Grandstand and the Fried Family Student-Athlete Development Center on the second floor of the James M. Shuart Stadium Building. Other recent renovations

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Hayes came to Hofstra with more than 14 years of athletic administration experience, including management positions at four Division I institutions – Connecticut, Fordham, St. John’s and Fairfield.


A native of Providence, Rhode Island, H Hayes graduated from the Providence C Country Day School where he lettered in fo football, basketball and lacrosse. He was in inducted, as a member of his high school bbasketball team, into the Providence C Country Day Athletic Hall of Fame in O October 2004. In October 2010 Hayes bbecame a two-time member of Providence C Country Day’s Athletic Hall of Fame when hhe was inducted along with the rest of his hhigh school lacrosse team.

Hayes resides in East Northport, New York, with his wife Bridget, daughter Katie (9), and sons Matt (6), Tommy (3) and Michael, who was born in April 2011.

HOFSTRA ATHLETICS Genna Kovar, a two-time field hockey AllAmerican, led the nation in goals and points per game in 2011 and is Hofstra’s all-time leader in goals (57), assists (34) and points (148).

Charles Jenkins, Hofstra’s all-time leading scorer, was a three-time Haggerty Award winner and twotime CAA Player of the Year who was selected by the Golden State Warriors in the 2011 NBA Draft

Tiffany Yovino helped lead the Pride to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2007 and 2010 and was an AllAmerican last season Shaun Foster was the CAA Defensive Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011 Shante Evans was an All-American in 2010-11 after averaging a teamhigh 18.4 points and 11 rebounds per game

Lou Ruggirello earned All-America and Academic AllAmerica accolades in 2010-11 and was a four-time NCAA qualifier



Olivia Galati set the school single season victory, strikeout and shutout records with 29 wins, 348 strikeouts and 17 shutouts in 2011




Alison Adamski

Women’s Tennis Coach

Cathy Aull

Pete Alfano

Rob Anspach

Ann Baller

Dr. Michael Barnes

Cross Country Coach

Athletic Department Secretary

Associate Director of Athletic Facilities

Allison Bradshaw

Brittany Butts

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Maria Corvino

Assistant Director of Athletics for Ticket Operations

Athletic Facilities Coordinator

Maren Crowley

Women’s Golf Coach

David Fernandez Stephen Gorchov Athletic Facilities Coordinator

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Associate Director of Athletics for Communications

Wrestling Coach

Chrissy Arnone

Anthony Battaglia

Mo Cassara

Assistant Dean of University Advisement

Neil Collins

John Considine

Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Kathy De Angelis Steven DeNapoli Field Hockey Coach

Athletic Facilities Coordinator

John Heck

Kristina Hernandez

Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance


Susan Bauer

Equipment Manager

Faculty Athletics Representative

Men’s Basketball Coach

Jay Artinian

Rachel August

Assistant Director of Senior Associate Director Assistant Director of Athletics for Marketing of Athletics for Facilities Athletic Administration and Promotions

Volleyball Coach

Assistant Equipment Manager

Bill Edwards Softball Coach

Tim Holman

Athletic Facilities Coordinator

Marisa Biggins

Assistant Director of Compliance

Tara Coppola

Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Joe Elliott

Men’s Golf Coach

Ellen Johnson

Assistant Director of Athletics for Corporate Relations


Danny McCabe

Krista KilburnSteveskey

Women’s Basketball Coach

Tim McMahon

Executive Associate Director of Athletics

Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs

Richard Nuttall

Jeanne O’Keefe

Men’s Soccer Coach

Diane Schuerlein Athletic Department Secretary

Michael Unterstein

Assistant Director of Athletic Development

James Lally

Frantzer Le Blanc

Abby Morgan

Kevin Murga Athletic Facilities Coordinator

Ticket Office Graduate Assistant

Director of Ticket Sales

Rachel Peel

James Prendergast

Simon Riddiough

John Russo

Director of StudentAthlete Services

Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Athletic Department Secretary

Associate Dean of University Advisement

Jim Sheehan

Daniel Solow

Senior Sports Information Director

Dave Walsh

Assistant Equipment Manager

Assistant Director of Athletics for Development

Ryan Watson

Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Cindy Lewis

Senior Associate Director of Athletics

Isaac Neal

Women’s Soccer Coach

Evan Malings

Head Athletic Trainer

Michael Neely

Baseball Coach

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Samantha Sweeney

Equipment Manager

Kathy Theiling

Men’s Lacrosse Coach

Seth Tierney

Philip Wayne

Winnie Wymes

Dr. Michael Yorio

Assistant Director of Athletics for StudentAthlete Development

Men’s Tennis Coach

Athletic Department Secretary


Colm Kennedy

Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Team Physician






In 2005 Hofstra introduced a new logo as part of a Universitywide re-imaging. Both the University’s logo as well as the Pride logo were designed by Powell New York, a full-service branding and nd marketing agency, noted as one of the ten firms to watch in n 2005 in Advertising Age. The new University logo features an “H” H” within a shield design. Hofstra University has always been known for or both a tradition of academic excellence xcellence and a willingness to evolve volve to meet the needs of students and nd the greater society. This shield hield represents the University’s commitment ommitment to our heritage and a tradition radition of academic excellence, while the dynamic representation of the H within the shield embodies mbodies the evolutionary, changing nature of the University. Hofstra University has both honored its traditions and nd heritage while embracing changing disciplines, disciplines using new technology and remaining relevant to scholarly pursuits and the demands of industry.


The Hofstra seal was designed from the royal Dutch emblem by art instructor Constant Van de Wall. The seal is modeled on the coat of arms of the House of Orange-Nassau. The round seal includes the coat of arms, flanked by lions on either side. A lion also stands in the center of the coat of arms, holding a sword in its right claw and a bundle of seven arrows, which represent the seven provinces of Holland, in its left. The seal also carries the motto of the House of OrangeNassau in Old French: “Jee maintiendray” (I stand steadfast). In 1988 one off the two lions on the seal was officially replaced with ith a lioness. The Hofstra seal is still in use today, though hough not as a logo. The seal will be affixed to o formal documents, and used for official purposes such as commencement, convocations, and officiall University functions.


Hofstra’s athletic teams are officially known as the Pride, providing our teams with a strong, consistent image that resonates with the Hofstra community. The new Hofstra Athleticss logo consists of a graphic mark of a male and female

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lion in powerful, synchronized motion with the word mark of the Hofstra Pride or the specific sports team. This logo will be the only one used by Hofstra Athletics. The Hofstra Pride refers to a pack of lions, male and female, which work together towards a common goal and symbolize determination and strength. The Pride conveys both the teamwork and togetherness that is a trait of lions living in prides, who have a close bond and work together for the good of the entire group. The teamwork evident in prides is a trait of Hofstra’s student-athletes, who support each other in furtherance of a common goal, while working tirelessly to represen represent their teams and, in turn, the University. Lions also ppossess speed, tenacity, and agility, and are rel relentless in their pursuit of a goal, which are traits tra our student-athletes demonstrate both on and off the field. The first consistent use of the word wo “Pride” relating to athletics was in 1989 when the University’s athletic bbooster club was founded and called itself its The Pride Club, which at the time simply si referred to the pride that alumn alumni and fans had for our teams. The Pride identity id has progressed over the past decade dec in a more specific fashion than jjust the expression of a feeling. After one lion on the Hofstra seal was changed into a lioness to lio symbolize gender equity, the University m mascots -Kate and Willie Pride, a lioness and lion – were introduced. introdu


Ties to Dutch heritage and the Netherlands began with William S. Hofstra, after whom the school is named and on whose property the University was started. William Hofstra died in 1932 and when his wife, Kate, died 16 months later, her will provided that their house, 15-acre estate, and bulk of her inheritance were to be used for a “public, charitable, benevolent, or scientific purpose” as a memorial to her husband. The idea for a college came from Truesdel Peck Calkins, former Hempstead superintendent of schools, who was then with wit New York University. He suggested that NYU might migh offer extension courses on the Hofstra property. Hof Hofstra opened in September 1935, as a two-year extension branch of NYU; exten its official name was “Nassau College – Hofstra “Na Memorial of New York University at Hempstead, U Long Island.” When the doors opened, the sole building on campus was H Hofstra’s mansion, which he had affectionately named the Netherlands after his th homeland, and all classes h were held there. The mansion, which houses administrative offices, is now the center of Hofstra’s 240-acre campus, and has been renamed Hofstra Hall. ren






The Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse program firmly believes that academic success is as important as success on the field of play. To reinforce the Hofstra Athletics academic program, the men’s lacrosse team has implemented an academic plan of their own to insure that each men’s lacrosse player reaches his full potential in the classroom. Mission: Create an environment where players and coaches know and understand each other on a very strong interpersonal level, allowing coaches the opportunity to provide student-athletes with support and mentoring, and to help them recognize and master the intellectual tools necessary for success. Also, create a standard and set level of accountability with expectations and support systems that, when utilized, will provide our studentathletes the tools necessary to be successful. By working and living in this environment throughout their careers, our goal is to have a sustained positive influence on how our student-athletes think, act and feel. Our Responsibility: Set a high standard for our studentathletes and be more accountable for academic success. Teach them what is right, and provide the guidance needed to bring to light their strengths and improve on their weaknesses so they can attain their full potential. The Program: This is a counseling based program that will focus on developing relationships first and then provide mentoring and guidance in various ways. While academic success is at the core of this program, this is not strictly an academic initiative. We will focus on life skills, study skills, career planning and other intellectual tools that all individuals should be proficient in. Our team will be divided into different groups based on the intensity of the integration determined. We will focus heavily on the first-year student experience, as they are the most vulnerable group and will make up the foundation for future successes. Listed below (section I) are the different levels of integration with characteristics of each. The primary technique utilized throughout this program will be individual meetings with members of the coaching staff based on the level of integration necessary. It is during these meetings where relationships will be further developed and skills will be discussed. Understanding that time management is one of the most important tools needed, all of our student-athletes will utilize a daily planner that will be discussed in our scheduled meetings. Working closely with the office of Academic Advisement and utilizing Assistant Dean of Advisement Rachel Peel as a supplement to our meeting schedule, we will offer all the resources provided by the University to each of our student-athletes. The Career Center will be both a group and individual activity for our entire team, as career planning and networking will be topics discussed throughout our meeting schedule. A large component of the program is the rules that are in place for each student’s daily academic life. These rules, which are listed after section I, must be adhered to by each member of the team. Section I - Levels of Integration These levels will be determined by the coaching staff at the end of each semester or prior to a student’s matriculation at Hofstra University.

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Transition Phase - All first-year student-athletes: Meet once per week with assigned coach and have an additional meeting with Rachel Peel Develop rapport Help develop intellectual and academic competence Encourage student-athletes to set a high standard for themselves in: academic achievement, interpersonal relationships, self-image, athletic achievement and life long goals Familiarize student-athletes with campus community, academic resources and social threats Level I Integration - Continuing student-athletes who need extra support: Meet bi-weekly with assigned coach and once per week with Rachel Peel Further enhance academic and intellectual competence Proactively approach academic shortcomings Focus student’s goals in terms of major Level II Integration - Continuing students who need moderate support: Meet bi-weekly with Rachel Peel and once per month with assigned coach. Safeguard against academic risks Begin career search process Start networking for career placement Level III Integration - Students who have taken ownership of their learning and who have learned the necessary intellectual skills needed for success: Meet at beginning and end of semester with Coaching Staff. Certify graduation progress with Rachel Peel Finalize career goals and make necessary interview appointments for internships or employment Rules for the Classroom: Attend every class that is scheduled Be five minutes early. Lateness to class qualifies as an absence Sit in one of the first three rows of the classroom. Do not sit next to a teammate. No hats are to be worn in any building. Academic Resources for Student-Athletes Advising - Advisement Dean and Faculty Advisor Tutoring Services - Three courses per semester at no charge Study Hall - Eight hours per week professionally monitored Mid-semester academic progress reports Academic Labs Writing Center Tracking progress towards graduation against both University and NCAA standards Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Guest speakers regarding personal and professional development Professional mentoring program through the Hofstra Career Assistance Network and Corporate Development Council Career counseling, resume building, interview workshops, oncampus recruiting and job fairs through the Career Center

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A HOFSTRA LACROSSE PLAYER 7:45 a.m. 8:15 a.m. 8:45-9:45 a.m. 10-11:20 a.m.

12:30 p.m. 1-2:20 p.m. 2:30-5 p.m.



5-5:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m.


11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Wake up Breakfast, Student Center Cafeteria Study Hall – Reilly Theater in Margiotta Hall “Legal Studies” class with Professor Bass, Roosevelt Hall Defensive film session with Coach Brazel, coaches office Lunch “Art History” class with Professor Cohen, Breslin Hall Practice, Shuart Stadium


Team Meeting – Opponent Scouting Report, Locker Room Dinner, Student Center Cafeteria Free time/Study time

Students typically take 15-17 credits per semester, which equates to roughly 15-17 hours of class time per week. This student’s day included about 3 hours of class time.

All Hofstra Lacrosse freshmen and any student-athlete who carries a cumulative GPA of less than 3.0 is required to complete 8 hours of study hall per week by the coaching staff.

This schedule reflects the daily planner of a Hofstra Lacrosse student-athlete for a Monday in April as the team prepared for a game that Saturday.





MARGIOTTA HALL Opened in 1992, Margiotta Hall, a magnificent three-story, 22,500-square-foot building, is a centerpiece of the Hofstra University Athletics program. The state-of-the-art field house, combined with Hofstra’s 13,000-seat stadium, has created one of the finest facilities in the nation. The facility was named after Joseph M. Margiotta ’50, a former Pride student-athlete and longtime supporter. Margiotta, who founded and served as President of the Hofstra Pride Club for more than 20 years, passed away in November 2008

Located on this level are the offices for the men and women’s lacrosse coaching staffs. The lacrosse office was the benefit of a major renovation project in 2008. The offices are equipped with video equipment, a 12-seat theater with stadium seating for group film and meeting sessions, as well as a viewing room with hardwood flooring and a 50-inch flat screen television that overlooks the field. In 2010 Margiotta Hall was the recipient of a “Traditions Project” that provides a sense of history of the lacrosse programs. The walls of the second floor of Margiotta Hall contain pictures and brief text descriptions of the key moments and people in Hofstra Lacrosse history. The project was made possible through the generosity of former lacrosse All-American James C. Metzger ’83. The lower level of Margiotta Hall contains a 178-seat theater, additional meeting rooms and an indoor golf training facility.

Margiotta Hall features a 3,500-squarefoot weight room on the first floor. The building also contains locker rooms for men’s lacrosse and women’s lacrosse, all of which have undergone major renovations since 2008. The state-of-the-art athletic training room, also located on the first floor, has hydrotherapy and electrotherapy areas, cardiovascular and isokinetic equipment, as well as taping areas, a rehabilitation area, an aerobics room, and athletic trainer and physician offices. On the second floor, an attractive multi-purpose room, enclosed by a glass wall, provides a panoramic view of James M. Shuart Stadium. Meetings and receptions for alumni, parents and friends of the Hofstra Athletic program are held in this area.

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Originally opened in 1963 as Hofstra Stadium and renamed James M. Shuart Stadium in August 2002, the facility serves as the home to Hofstra’s lacrosse teams. Named after the former Hofstra President, who played football and lacrosse during his undergraduate days at Hofstra, James M. Shuart Stadium has served as the host for the NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship Quarterfinals and first round games in the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Championships, numerous conference championship contests, the Long Island AllStar Football Game, the Fun City Bowl featuring the New York City Police and Fire Department teams, the Long Island Lizards of Major League Lacrosse, and various Long Island high school and New York state championship games. The stadium also served as a home for the Long Island Rough Riders of professional soccer’s A-League.

HOFSTRA LACROSSE VICTORY WALK In 2004 Hofstra Athletics and the Pride men’s lacrosse program created a Victory Walk to commemorate the more than 400 victories achieved since the programs’ inception in 1949. The Victory Walk, spearheaded by thenHofstra Head Lacrosse Coach John Danowski, is located near the main entrance of James M. Shuart Stadium and consists of a walkway made from individual bricks showcasing all the victories of the Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse program. Each brick is inscribed with the year, the opponent and the score of the contest. Included in the project are several memorial gardens and benches. The project generated more than $70,000 in donations and had more than 220 contributors, of which more than half were former players.

In 1968 the stadium became the third college facility in the nation to install an artificial playing surface. James M. Shuart Stadium underwent a major renovation and expansion that was completed in the fall of 1996, making the facility into one of the premier complexes in the Northeast. The project included

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the expansion of the seating capacity from 7,000 to 13,000; the creation of the Howdy Myers Pavilion in the southeast corner of the stadium; and the installation of scoreboards in both end zones. The renovation transformed James M. Shuart Stadium into the largest outdoor sports and entertainment complex on Long Island. In 2007 the artificial turf at James M. Shuart Stadium was replaced with FieldTurf, then in 2009 new scoreboards were installed in the north and south end zones. The largest crowds in James M. Shuart Stadium history occurred during the hosting of the NCAA Lacrosse Quarterfinals. A stadium record 13,447 people, the largest-ever lacrosse crowd on Long Island, were in attendance for the 2011 NCAA Quarterfinals, while a crowd of 12,292, a then-NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship Quarterfinal record, witnessed the 1999 NCAA Quarterfinals featuring Hofstra versus Johns Hopkins. In 2009 11,292 fans were present and 10,510 fans attended the 2001 quarterfinals that featured Hofstra against Syracuse.

HOFSTRA INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY The Pride has use of the Hofstra Indoor Practice Facility, that formerly was the property of the New York Jets of the National Football League. The 50-yard turf field gives Hofstra a unique environment that many teams in the Northeast do not have. The practice bubble is located on the North Campus, behind the Mack Sports Complex.


Myers was personally credited with the tremendous growth of lacrosse on Long Island, through the creation of scholastic clinics and demonstrations in the 1950s, and leading the Hofstra Lacrosse program to national prominence. He was years ahead of the intercollegiate athletic world with his use of many coaching innovations in both lacrosse and football.

legend. “Howdy Myers had a huge impact on intercollegiate and scholastic sports,” Shuart said. “Renowned for his coaching abilities throughout collegiate sports, Coach Myers will always be a Hofstra legend.” Howard “Howdy” Myers passed away in 1980. In 2006 he was among the inaugural class inducted into the Hofstra University Athletics Hall of Fame. Hofstra’s connection to the Myers family includes his son, Howard Myers III, his daughter, Dorsey Donnelly, and his son-in-law, William Donnelly, who are all Hofstra alumni. A portrait sculpture of Howdy Myers, created by artist Peter Homestead, stands in front of the Pavilion facing the Shuart Stadium field. In creating the sculpture, Mr. Homestead worked from photographs and consultations with Coach Myers’ family and friends. The completed sculpture captures the spirit and strength of Howdy Myers. Alumni and friends of Coach Myers have joined together to establish the Howard M. Myers Jr. Endowed Athletic Scholarship in his honor. In 2002 Hofstra created the Howard “Howdy” Myers Award, which is presented to a male student-athlete in recognition of outstanding leadership and athletic performance.

As Hofstra lacrosse coach, Howdy Myers coached 26 seasons (1950-75) and recorded a 216-138-4 record. He coached Flying Dutchmen teams that captured eight divisional championships and made four NCAA Division I Championship Tournament appearances. In 1970 he received the F. Morris Touchstone Award as the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Division I Coach of the Year. In 1971 Howdy Myers received the Governor’s Trophy for providing continuous and meaningful contributions to lacrosse. That same year he received lacrosse’s highest honor when he was inducted into the United States Lacrosse Hall of Fame. As Hofstra’s football coach for 25 years (1950-74), Coach Myers recorded 15 winning seasons and a 141-98-4 record. In 1959 he led HOWARD “HOWDY” MYERS the Flying Dutchmen AWARD RECIPIENTS to the first undefeated 2002 Kahmal Roy-Football (9-0-0) season in 2003 Arni Gunnarsson-Soccer Hofstra Football 2004 Noel Thompson-Wrestling history. 2005 Jon Masa-Wrestling and Loren Stokes-Basketball Dr. Shuart, who served as a team captain under Coach Myers in both football and lacrosse in the early 1950s, praised the coaching

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Chris Unterstein-Lacrosse Loren Stokes-Basketball Antoine Agudio-Basketball and Charles Griffin-Wrestling Jay Card-Lacrosse and Charles Jenkins-Basketball Charles Jenkins-Basketball Charles Jenkins, Men’s Basketball




In October 1998 Hofstra University President Emeritus Dr. James M. Shuart presided over the dedication ceremony for the Howdy Myers Pavilion in the south end zone of James M. Shuart Stadium. Howdy Myers served as Hofstra University’s director of athletics, head men’s lacrosse coach and head football coach for a quarter of a century. His extraordinary coaching talents in both lacrosse and football from 1950 to 1975 made Howdy Myers a legend in both sports.

HOFSTRA ACADEMIC SUPPORT Hofstra University is committed to the pursuit of academic and athletic excellence. The University views participation in intercollegiate athletics as benefiting the student-athlete in an educationally enhancing experience beyond any other opportunity available. Hofstra also realizes the time commitment made by student-athletes and has committed the facilities and resources to support all students. The University Tutorial Program (UTP) provides free tutoring in every subject area to any Hofstra student. Students are able to obtain up to 1 1/2 hours of individual tutorial assistance per week for up to three courses. They are also able to utilize the various help labs on campus, which specialize in providing assistance in writing, business and QM, and biology and chemistry. In addition to this service, student-athletes are assigned an academic advisor, through the Center for University Advisement, who helps address the various needs of student-athletes. The academic advisor emphasizes four areas in their efforts to ensure the academic success of Hofstra’s student-athletes.

Area four is study halls. The University Tutorial Program supports athletic study halls by providing tutors in various subjects as necessary. The academic advisors also assess the needs of individual student-athletes to provide the most effective study environment. The assessment tool administered by the Center for University Advisement is also used to provide various enrichment seminars for the student-athletes such as time management, writing skills, campus resources, and surviving the college transition. In 2010 The Fried Center for StudentAthlete Development was opened on the second level of the James M. Shuart Stadium Building. The center houses the

Area one is academic counseling. Services are provided in the areas of academic planning, career planning, personal counseling, and campus and community referrals. The advisor also meets with prospective student-athletes, at the coach’s request, to share the many benefits of a Hofstra University education. Area two is academic advising. The academic advisor serves as the primary advisor for first-year and undecided studentathletes, and also assists upperclassmen who have declared a major. Area three is academic monitoring. The advisor monitors the academic progress of student-athletes to ensure compliance with Hofstra University, NCAA and conference regulations. The advisor’s regular communication with the faculty and coaches provide opportunities for early intervention should academic difficulties arise.

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offices of the Student-Athlete Services Staff, as well as a large computer lab with printer access for use by Hofstra student-athletes, a quiet study area with wireless internet access and two group study/tutor rooms with power point access and white boards.

SPORTS MEDICINE Through a comprehensive athletic training program, Hofstra University student-athletes are provided excellent health care during their attendance at the University. A coordinated effort between the University Health and Wellness Center, the Athletic Department and outside health care providers ensures every student-athlete the best medical attention possible.

Yorio was named the Director of Player Medical Services for the 2008 U.S. Open Tennis Tournament in Flushing, New York, and is on the medical staff for the New York Islanders. He also worked as a team physician for the University of Maryland from 2003 to 2005.


University student-athletes have direct access to a myriad of health care services. Managing the coverage of every practice and competition event is Hofstra University’s athletic training staff, which is led by seventh-year Head Athletic Trainer Evan Malings and features eight full-time athletic trainers and numerous student athletic trainers. The athletic trainers provide injury management, rehabilitation and treatment to the entire Athletic program. Utilizing three state-of-the-art athletic training rooms, these professionals work tirelessly to ensure the safe participation of Hofstra’s student-athletes and to return injured athletes to play quickly and safely.

Supporting the athletic trainers is team physician Dr. Michael Yorio. Dr. Yorio, a physician with Pro Health Care, Inc. in Lake Success, New York, is in his first year on Hofstra’s medical team. Yorio is an internist with specialized training in sports medicine. He earned his undergraduate degree at Villanova University, and received his medical degree from the SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse. Yorio previously served as a sports medicine fellow with the University of Maryland Orthopedics. Prior to that, he was a resident physician in internal medicine at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Hofstra University sponsors a fully accredited, highly competitive undergraduate degree program for athletic training majors, in which Hofstra student athletic trainers participate in all aspects of

Evan Malings

Dr. Michael Yorio

Robert Sullivan

Head Athletic Trainer

Team Physician

Men’s Lacrosse Athletic Trainer





Long Island has a rich history as an active, vibrant community, a summer playground, and home to some of New York’s most prominent families. Five distinct regions make up Long Island: • North Shore, otherwise known as the Gold Coast, with dozens of historic sites dating back to colonial days and Gatsby-era mansions. • South Shore, the Island’s spectator sports and entertainment center, with world-famous Jones and Fire Island Beaches, and home to the New York Islanders. • Central Suffolk, with beautiful forests and natural inlets, the world’s largest factory outlet center and a huge water park. • North Fork, with an array of vineyards, waterfront ports and farm stands. • South Fork, widely known as “The Hamptons,” with its pristine beaches and exclusive villages. You can catch a Hofstra shuttle bus to Jones Beach – a state park with six miles of gorgeous coastline, a boardwalk, swimming pools, golf and outdoor concerts. With everything from museums, historical sites and lighthouses, to sophisticated malls, designer outlets and shopping villages, to wineries and farm stands, to family fun parks, aquariums and zoos, there is plenty to do on Long Island.

ABOUT NEW YORK CITY… Hofstra is located only 30 miles from New York City – the capital of culture and finance. You can visit Carnegie Hall, South Street Seaport, Hard Rock Café, Grand Central Station, Central Park, NBC Studios in Rockefeller Center, Little Italy or Chinatown. Study the world’s finest sculptures and paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Go and cheer along with the crowd at a Yankees, Mets, Rangers or Knicks game. Wave at the TV cameras in the street-level studios of FOX, CNN, NBC, CBS or ABC Walk through the financial capital of the world at the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street. Take the subway to Coney Island for a Nathan’s hot dog and a ride on the Cyclone, the last of the great wooden rollercoasters. Get half-priced tickets to Broadway’s finest shows at the TKTS booth in a new, glittering Times Square.

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Photo by Dr. Gale Reder-Anziano


THE PROGRAM the Program Lead Instructor met with team members and the coaching staff to lead a discussion on current team and leadership challenges.

The Program was founded in 2008 with the mission of providing high schools, professional and collegiate teams, and corporate organizations with the best leadership and team building development in the country. Under the leadership of CEO and founder Eric Kapitulik, The Program creates personalized leadership development training that challenged every member of team to get “that much better.”

Hofstra senior goalie Andrew Gvozden was cited for his excellent leadership abilities at the conclusion of the exercise. For more information on The Program, please go to


The Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse team completed The Program, a two-day leadership and team-building exercise at Tobay Beach this past October.

Pride student-athletes participated in two, two-hour, early morning physically and mentally challenging training sessions alongside The Program team. The Program team first reviewed their ethos and three core principles and then challenged the team’s members and Captains to prove their commitment to them. Those three core principles are: we are strong and mentally tough; we don’t make excuses and we don’t let others make excuses for us; and we work hard. Following the physical portion of training,





The Colonial Athletic Association continues to build on its reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences both athletically and academically. The CAA encompasses five of the nation’s nine largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Atlanta. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 12 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 12 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 22 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2010-11, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 21 teams in 12 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2011. h maj ma ajjo ori rity ty The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority tioon’ n’s to op 25 25 m e iaa ed of the East Coast, and includes six of the nation’s top media 4 , Bo 4) B Bost ost sto ((7), ston 7), At A tlaant ntaa markets – New York (1), Philadelphia ((4), Boston Atlanta mor ore (2 25) 5). Th T hee nu umb mber er ooff (8), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number ket et exc xxccee ce ds ds 220 0 mi mill llio ll ion. io n n. television homes in the CAA market exceeds million. hiips in 223 3 ssports. port po rts rt ts. M alle at thl hlet etess The CAA conducts championships Male athletes aseball, as s ll,, bbasketball, aske as kkeetbal allll,, ccross rossss ro compete for championships in ba baseball, occer, r, sswimming r, wim wi mminng & di ddiving, ivviing ng ng, country, football, golf, lacrosse, ssoccer, nggg.. Femal alle at aathletes athl thl hlet eteess bbattle a tle at tle ffo tl or tennis, track & field and wrestling. Female for oss ss ccountry, ss ouunt n ry y, fiel eeld ldd ho hhockey, ock ckey key ey, conference titles in basketball, cross baall, ll, sw ll sswimming immi miing ng & ddiving, iivvin ing, ngg,, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, 001100-1111, 0-11 1 255 tteams eaams m tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 22010-11, deenntt-a - th t lleetes earned NCAA Tournament berths and 50 stude student-athletes received All-America honors in 13 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past five years. Three CAA teams earned NCAA Tournament berths for the first time in 2011 as conference champion Old Dominion was joined by VCU and George Mason. VCU knocked off USC, Georgetown, Purdue, Florida State and topseeded Kansas, while Mason defeated Villanova. The Rams were ranked No. 6 in the final ESPN/USA Today Top 25 poll, which was the highest ranking ever for a CAA team. In 2006, George Mason captured the nation’s imagination by becoming the first mid-major program since 1979 to reach the Final Four, posting victories over Michigan State, North Carolina, Wichita State and Connecticut along the way. Six CAA women’s basketball teams advanced to postseason play in 2011. James Madison represented the conference in the NCAA Tournament after capturing its second straight conference championship. Delaware, Drexel, UNC Wilmington, Old Dominion and VCU participated in the WNIT, with the Seahawks advancing to the second round. ODU, which won an NCAA-record 17 straight CAA titles from 1992-2008, boasts three national championships (1979, 1980, 1985) and was national runner-up in 1997.

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The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981. At least two women’s soccer teams have advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in three of the past four seasons and William & Mary gave the CAA a team in the final 16 of the NCAA Men’s Soccer Championship for the sixth time in the last nine years. In men’s cross country, William & Mary advanced to the NCAA Championship for the 12th straight year and finished 19th overall. In the pool, Towson’s Meredith Budner finished as the runner-up in the 500 freestyle and 1650 freestyle at the 2011 NCAA Championship and received All-America honors along with George Mason’s Ashley Danner. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship in the past decade. The CAA has sent multiple teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in nine of the last 14 years and has had at least 12 players selected in the eight of the last nine Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also boasts numerous All-Americans in lacrosse, tennis, golf, track and field, women’s lacrosse and wrestling. CAA A me emb m er er iinstitutions nsstiitu tuti tion o are committed to excellence in member thee cl th las a sr srooom. m T h C he oollonnia ial A classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 22002 in 0022 by 00 by tthe he lleague’s he eeaagguue’s pr ppresidents res e iden id de with a goal of expanding ttheir hei eirr pa ei part rtne rt ners ne rsshi hipp to aall ll aaspects ll ssppec ects t ooff uuniversity life outside of partnership iintercollegiate nterc rrccol olleegi giat ate athl thllet etic ics. s A mong mo ng tthe he programs that have he athletics. Among be n eestablished been be stabblish st li hed li e aare rree aan n un unde derg de er radu dua research conference, du undergraduate co oordi dina di inat nationn ooff stud na uddy ab abro road ro ad progr ad ram and granting visiting coordination study abroad programs acad ac a emic em micc sstatus tatu ta tuss to tu t sstudent-athletes tude tu dent nt-a nt --aaath th thletes h s ttraveling to an away contest academic so o tthat hhaat th hey ey hhave ave av ve ac acce ceesss tto o llibraries, ibrarriiees academic resource centers they access andd co an comp mput mp uter ut e llabs. er abs. ab s. computer In 22002, In 002, 00 2, ttwo wo fac wo accu ty acul ym eem mbe be from CAA institutions were faculty members aawarded aw arded acad ar ad dem miaa’ss m o coveted distinction – the Nobel academia’s most P Priz Pr rize izze. e. JJohn ohn B ohn oh Prize. B. F Fenn, a research professor in the Department of Chemistry at Virginia Commonwealth University, received the Nobel Prize for chemistry, and Vernon Smith, a professor of economics and law at George Mason University, shared the Nobel Prize in economic sciences. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when three of its current members- George Mason University, James Madison University, and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new association. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Charter members George Mason, James Madison, UNC Wilmington and William and Mary were joined by Old Dominion University in 1991 and by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference on July 1, 2005.

2011 HOFSTRA LACROSSE STATISTICS GP 16 16 16 16 16 12 16 13 4 16 16 16 6 13 5 14 16 16 4 6 5 10 2 5 8 5 16 5 1 5 5 15 6 9 16 16 16 2 16 1 2 16 16

GS 16 16 16 10 15 0 16 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 16 3 14 0 16 0 0 -

G 29 29 23 16 16 12 6 5 3 3 4 2 2 3 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 159 105

A 17 11 14 17 10 1 4 5 6 5 3 4 3 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 105 65

PTS 46 40 37 33 26 13 10 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 4 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 264 170

SH 88 73 55 53 75 23 42 14 13 24 12 4 4 11 5 7 1 1 3 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 515 456

SOG 57 44 35 31 38 16 19 9 11 11 6 2 2 10 3 6 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 305 247

GW 2 1 2 5 0 1 0 0 0 1 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 13 3

UP 6 5 3 0 3 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 3 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 24 14

DN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 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

GB 23 21 27 9 20 5 10 2 2 3 60 84 2 8 3 5 28 45 0 1 0 4 0 2 3 0 5 0 0 2 1 14 2 1 26 11 14 1 35 0 0 482 371

FO 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 174-271 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-16 0-0 0-0 14-28 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 196-315 118-315

SV% .602 .286 .575 .479

W 13 0 13 3

PEN 4 3 3 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 7 5 0 0 0 0 8 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 0 4 1 3 0 1 0 0 59 57

MIN 5:00 2:00 2:30 2:30 1:30 1:30 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:30 6:00 4:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 6:30 0:30 0:00 0:00 1:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 1:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 0:00 4:00 2:30 0:00 3:30 1:00 1:30 0:00 0:30 0:00 0:00 48:30 50:30

HOFSTRA GOALIE STATISTICS Name Andrew Gvozden Rob Bellairs Total Opponents

GP 16 9 16 16

GS 16 0 -

MIN. 899:23 60:37 960:00 960:00

GA 90 15 105 159

GAA 6.00 14.85 6.56 9.94

Clears: Hofstra - 250-277 (.903), Opponents - 251-293 (.857) Man-Up Opportunities: Hofstra - 24-53 (.453), Opponents - 14-53 (.264) Man-Up Opportunities: Hofstra - 25-75 (.333), Opponents - 16-48 (.333)

2011 RESULTS DATE Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 26 Mar. 5 Mar. 13 Mar. 19 Mar. 22 Mar. 26

OPPONENT Colgate at Sacred Heart #8 Princeton Harvard Air Force at Delaware* St. John’s Drexel*


SCORE 6-3 10-6 11-9 15-9 11-6 6-7 8-5 11-6

ATT 1084 629 2180 2753 1619 1028 1060 1773

SAVES 136 6 142 146


Apr. 2 Apr. 5 Apr. 9 Apr. 16 Apr. 23 Apr. 30 May 4 May 14

OVERALL 13-3 5-1 8-2-0

at Towson* Manhattan at Saint Joseph’s* at Fairfield vs. #15 Massachusetts*! #20 Penn State Delaware% at #3 Johns Hopkins&

L 3 0 3 13

T 0 0 0 0

SF 416 40 456 515

HOME 8-1 2-0 6-1

AWAY NEUTRAL 4-2 1-0 2-1 1-0 2-1 0-0


12-5 13-8 11-3 8-7 14-5 9-4 9-10 5-12



Name Jay Card Jamie Lincoln Stephen Bentz Ian Braddish Kevin Ford Adrian Sorichetti Brad Loizeaux Mike DeNapoli Steve Serling Aaron Jones Steven DeNapoli John Antoniades Lance Yapor Torin Varn Drew Coholan Michael Burke Adam Mojica Tim Holman Graham Horvath Stephen DiGiovanni Rich Rambo Zachary Pall Kevin Leary Jerry Nobile Cullen Cassidy Anthony Zappone Cole Koesterer Kyle Pratte James Raveret Jack Moorehead A.J. Leary Cody Solaja Michael Hamilton Rob Bellairs Mike Skudin Mark Mullen Corey Caputo Austin Wright Andrew Gvozden Jordan Fried Tom Ferry Total Opponents

1404 778 581 415 4748 5484 809 1737


2011 GAME SUMMARIES COLGATE SCORING: GOALS: Mould, Andrew 2; McCann, Brendon 1. ASSISTS: Baum, Peter 1; Campbell, Patrick 1.


HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Card, Jay 1; Lincoln, Jamie 1; Bentz, Stephen 1; Ford, Kevin 1; Loizeaux, Brad 1; Sorichetti, Adrian 1. ASSISTS: Braddish, Ian 1; Card, Jay 1; Jones, Aaron 1; Serling, Steve 1.


TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15 VS. COLGATE Six Pride players scored goals and junior goalie Andrew Gvozden made eight saves to lead ninth-ranked Hofstra to a 6-3 victory over Colgat Colgate gatee in gat in the season opener for both teams ms at James M. Shuart Stadium. m. Senior All-American Jay Card tallied allied a goal in the fourr-goal second quarter run that turned ned a 1-1 contest into a 5-1 halftime lead. Card, who led ed the Pride with 22 assists last season, assisted on the he goal by senior Stephen Bentz that followed hiss own during the run run. n. Colgate senior attackman Andrew backew Mould scored bac acckk-to-back goals in the third and fourth ourth quarters to cut utt th the hee deficit to 5-3 for the Raiders.


SATURDAY, SSA ATURDAY, FEBRUARY FEB 19 AT SACRED HEART Midfi Mi M idfielder Steve Serling tallied three goals and four assists and attackman att aat ttttaac ack ckman ck m Stephen Bentz added three goals and one assist to lead #9 Hofstra Hof H Ho offstr st a to a 10-6 non non-conference victory over Sacred Heart at Campus Cam Ca am mpus p Field.

Battling against a slow-paced, deliberate offense employed by Colgate, the he Pride go got on the board 8:31 into the contest st when junior Brad Loizeaux scored on a runne runner er from nine yards out to the left off Raiderr goalie Jared Madison for a 1-0 lead. Madison would stop the Pride twice from wice fro om close range in the first quarter to o keepp tthe he he score at 1-0 after one period.


Colgate tied the game 5:55 into the second quarter when junior Patrick rick Campbell fed freshman Brendon n McCann with a short pass to thee crease to tie the game at 1-1. But in a span of 4:32 4:32, 2, the Pride took advantage of having ing the ball too tally four unanswered goals. Sophomore Adrian phomore Adria an Sorichetti broke the tie, taking a short pass fro from om sophomore Aaron Jones in the middle of the bo box, oxx,, and firing a bullet past Madison from eight yard yards ds with 5:30 to play in the half. Card with rd made it 3-1 wit th 2:13 to play in the second, taking ng a short pass from m sophomore Ian Braddish five yards ards to the right of tthe he Colgate goalie and firing a bullet et into the cage. Just 10 10 seconds later, right off the face-off, who off, Card fed Bentz wh w hho o scored from four yards in front of the cage. Junior Kevi Kevin vin in n Ford ended the run with just 57 seconds remaining in thee hal haalf on half on a bullet from the middle of the field from 14 yards out off a pass from m graduate-student Steve Serling. The Raiders would try to mount a comeback with Mould scoring 4:52 into the third quarter on a runner from eight yards to the right of Gvozden, and on a shot from 13 yards off a pass from sophomore Peter Baum just 3:33 into the fourth quarter to cut the lead to 5-3. But Hofstra All-American Jamie Lincoln dashed the Colgate hopes with 5:43 to play in the game, dodging his defender, going in one-on-one with the goalie and depositing the ball high in the cage for a 6-3 advantage. Team






Colgate Hofstra

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Serling, S Se Ser l ng, a graduate-student lin gra transfer from Lafayette College, C Col Co llleege, scored two of his goals and three of his aassists as ssists in the second half to lead the Pride’s second half hha alf ch charge after a 3-3 first half. Bentz, a senior, also aals al so ttallied a two goals and one assist in the second half hha hal al a f fo for Hofstra. Junior Matt King led the Pioneers wi two goals while sophomore Bryan Badolato with added two assists. ad Th Pride batt The battled back from a 3-1 deficit at the end of one qu qquarter uuaar arter rt to tie the ga game with goals in the final 1:39 of the half as Serling Se S erling scored his first as a member of the Pride, off a pass from Kevin Ke K evin Ford, with 1:39 ev 1 to play in the second, and Bentz tied the ggame ga ame at 3-3 on a ccharge to the goal around two defenders for hhis hi is second of the sseason. The Th T he Pioneers took th the lead 2:57 into the third quarter as junior Parker P Pa arker Wilson scored off a pass from Badolato. But Serling hhelped he elp el lped give the Pride a 5-4 lead by assisting on senior Jay Card’s ssecond se eeccond goal of the yea year, from 10 yards out, almost two minutes lat la aattteer, er and sophomore M later, Michael Burke’s first of the season, from just ooff of ff tthe ff he crease on the m man-up with 2:52 to play in the third quarter.

K Kin Ki in ing tied the game up aat 5-5 with his second of the contest, from King M Mi ike Mawdsley, just 2:3 ik Mike 2:34 into the fourth, But the Pride responded wit w wi it ith five unanswered goa with goals in a span of 7:11 to blow the game open. Ser Se S erlin li scored his second oof the game from junior Brad Loizeaux ling Serling ju 2:10 after the Pioneer go just jus goal for a 6-5 lead. Sophomore Aaron Jones notched his first of the year oon a bullet from 10 yards out, off a pass from Bentz Bentz, at the 6:58 mark mark. Just 18 seconds later and directly off the faceoff, long-stick middie Adam Mojica fed Bentz, on the right side of the crease, for his second of the contest and an 8-5 lead. Serling followed with his third of the game 1:35 later on a charge to the goal from the left of Sacred Heart goalie Zach Frank (eight saves). Bentz then notched his third of the game and fourth of the year two minutes later, coming around the cage after a perfect pass from Serling for a 10-5 advantage. Pioneer sophomore Tim Sanders closed out the scoring with 55 seconds to play on a bullet from 15 yards out, off a pass from senior Billy Skelos, that beat Pride junior goalie Andrew Gvozden (seven saves). Hofstra outshot Sacred Heart, 28-25, and picked up 31 ground balls to the

2011 GAME SUMMARIES Pioneers 26. Pride sophomore John Antoniades won 11-of-14 face-off as Hofstra captured 14 of the 18 in the contest. Team






Hofstra Sacred Heart

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2 0

2 1

5 2

10 6

SACRED HEART SCORING: GOALS: King, Matt 2; Lupo, Aaron 1; Wilson, Parker 1; Marquis, Cody 1; Sanders, Tim 1. ASSISTS: Badolato, Bryan 2; Crepinsek, Eric 1; Dauses, es,, Tr Trevo Trevor evor 1; Mawdsley, evo Mike 1; Skelos, Billy 1.


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26 VS. #8 PRINCETON: Senior Jamie Lincoln scored four goals and Stephen Bentz added three to lead the seventh-ranked Hofstra Pride to an 11-9 victory over the eighthranked Princeton Tigers at James M. Shuart Stadium. Lincoln, who tallied three goals in the first half, added Hofstra’s 11th goal of the game with 7:16 to play in the contest while Bentz scored all three of his goals in the first half. Junior goalie Andrew Gvozden recorded six saves for the Pride including two big stops in the fourth quarter. Sophomore midfielder John Antoniades won 16 of 22 face-offs and picked up a game-high nine ground balls for the Pride. Princeton was led by sophomore Forest Sonnenfeldt with three goals while sophomore Jeff Froccaro and freshman Tom Schreiber each tallied two goals. Junior goalie Tyler Fiorito recorded 15 saves in the Princeton cage. The Tigers jumped out to a 4-1 lead midway through the first quarter as Schreiber scored twice and Sonnenfeldt and Jack McBride each added single goals around Lincoln’s third goal of the year. The Pride closed the gap to 4-3 on an unassisted charge to the goal by Bentz with 5:53 to play in the first, and a man-up goal by Lincoln, off a perfect pass to the crease by midfielder Steve Serling 33 seconds later. Sonnenfeldt notched his second of the game, off a pass from behind the cage by Luke Armour, to boost the Princeton lead to 5-3. The Pride then went on a 6-1 run to take a 9-6 lead at halftime. Bentz got the ball rolling with his second of the game and sixth of the year off a pass from Steven DeNapoli that sent him in one-on-one against Fiorito with 49 seconds remaining in the first quarter. Senior Jay Card extended his consecutive games point-scoring streak to 31 with a man-up goal, off a pass from Kevin Ford, just 14 seconds into the second quarter to tie the contest at 5-5.


Sonnenfeldt would give the Tigers their last lead of the game, at 6-5, just 1:23 later before the Pride scored four unanswered goals. Bentz notched his third from six yards out to tie the game with 7:33 to play in the half. Kevin Ford then scored Hofstra’s fourth man-up goal of the game, off a pass from Card at the 4:55 mark, for a 7-6 advantage. Junior Brad Loizeaux boosted the lead with a low shot to the far post from eight yards almost two minutes later. Seven seconds later, right off the faceoff, Antoniades fed Lincoln, who buried his third of the game and fifth of the season and a 9-6 lead at halftime. Princeton closed to within one at 9-8 with two goals midway through the third quarter as Mark Field tallied a man-up goal from Armour at the 9:44 mark, and Froccaro scored 1:01 later on a high bullet from 10 yards out. But Hofstra sophomore Drew Coholan scored his first goal of the year, going around two defenders and scoring from five yards out with 5:21 to play in the third before Lincoln closed out the Hofstra scoring with a behind-the-head shot from 10 yards out, off a rebound of a Steve Serling shot, at the 7:16 mark of the fourth quarter for an 11-8 lead. Froccaro scored an unassisted goal with 1:25 to close to 11-9. But Gvozden made a big save off a shot from Armour with 46 seconds remaining and DeNapoli picked up the ground ball with 34 seconds remaining as the Pride ran out the clock.



HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Serling, Steve 3; Bentz, Stephen 3; Card, Jay 1; Lincoln, Jamie 1; Jones, Aaron 1; Burke, Michael 1. ASSISTS: Serling, Steve 4; Bentz, Stephen 1; Ford, Kevin 1; Loizeaux, Brad 1; Mojica, Adam 1.





SATTURDAY, MARCH 5 VS. HARVARD: Senior Jamie Lincoln scored a season-high five goals and classmate Jay Card add ded three goals and three assists to lead the fifth-ranked Hofstra Pride to a 15-9 victory over the Harvard Crimson at James M. Shuart Stadium m.


Lincoln, who tallied four of his five goals in the first half as the Pride built a 9-6 halftiime lead, equaled his Hofstra high set last year against Johns Hopkins and a fell one goal short of tying his career-high set against Quinnipiac whille at Denver. Card posted a season-high six points as did junior Kevin Fo ord with one goal and two assists. Senior Stephen Bentz equaled his seasson high with four points on one goal and three assists. Sophomore Ian Braddish tallied two goals. Hofstra goalie Andrew Gvozden recordded a season-high 15 saves, two off of tying his careerbest. The Crimson were led by sophomore Alex White, who posted a goal and three aassists while juniors Jeff Cohen, Terry White and Kevin Vaughan each taallied two goals. Sophomore Harry Krieger made five saves in the Crim mson cage.

Hofstra outshot the Tigers, g , 40-28,, and ppicked upp 31 gground balls to Princeton’s 16 in the contest. Team






#8 Princeton #7 Hofstra

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1 5

2 1

1 1

9 11

PRINCETON SCORING: GOALS: Sonnenfeldt, Forest 3; Froccaro, Jeff 2; Schreiber, Tom 2; Feild, Mark 1; McBride, Jack 1. ASSISTS: Armour, Luke 2; Feild, Mark 1. HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Lincoln, Jamie 4; Bentz, Stephen 3; Card, Jay 1; Ford, Kevin 1; Coholan, Drew 1; Loizeaux, Brad 1. ASSISTS: Card, Jay 2; Antoniades, John 1; Coholan, Drew 1; DeNapoli, Steven 1; Ford, Kevin 1; Serling, Steve 1.

The two teams ttraded the first four goals before Cohen scored his first of the game with 7:41 to play in the first to give the Crimson their last lead of the contest at 3-2. At that point, Bentz dented the twine almost a minute later to tie the game and Lincoln added his second and third of the period in the final 1:08 to give Hofstra a 5-3 lead after one quarter. White cut the Harvard deficit to 5-4 with an unassisted goal 48 seconds into the second quarter but the Pride responded with four unanswered goals, two by Card, and one each by Ford and Lincoln, to boost the Hofstra lead to 9-4 with 5:45 to play in the half. Cohen added a man-up goal 25 seconds later and Terry White notched his third of the season with 1:06 to play in the period for the 9-6 margin at halftime. Braddish scored his first of the season just 2:47 into the third and freshman Torin Varn tallied the first of his college career four minutes later to boost the Pride lead to 11-6. Harvard senior Dean Gibbons tallied his fourth of the year 59 seconds later to close to 11-7 but Hofstra junior Mike DeNapoli, who returned from a preseason injury, scored a manup goal, and Braddish and Card added all-even goals in the next five minutes to open up a 14-7 advantage. White tallied his second of the game and fourth of the year with 1:38 to play in the third for Harvard and Lincoln notched his fifth just 4:04 into the fourth quarter for Hofstra. Kevin Vaughan tallied his second of the contest and third of the year with 4:37 to play to close out the scoring in the game for Harvard. Harvard outshot the Pride, 49-31, while Hofstra picked up 39 ground balls to the Crimson’s 34.

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Harvard #5 Hofstra

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3 4

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2011 GAME SUMMARIES The Falcons were led by senior Zach Carroll with two goals while senior Vinny Sandtorv and junior Adam Paranka each chipped in with one goal and one assist.

HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Lincoln, Jamie 5; Card, Jay 3; Braddish, Ian 2; Bentz, Stephen 1; Ford, Kevin 1; Varn, Torin 1; Loizeaux, Brad 1; DeNapoli, Mike 1. ASSISTS: Bentz, Stephen 3; Card, Jay 3; Ford, Kevin 2; Coholan, Drew ew w 1; 1; Jon JJones, Jones on nes es, Aa A Aaron aron aron ron 1; Lincoln, Jamie 1. ro

Hofstra jumped on Air Force early building a 6-1 lead midway through the second quarter. Junior Mike DeNapoli opened the scoring 8:48 into the contes contest on a bounce shot from 10 yards for a 1-0 lead. Loizeaux boosted th the lead less than a minute later on a shot from eight yards after a short pa pass from Kevin Ford. The Falcons got on the board with 2:09 to p y in th play the first quarter as Paranka capitalized on a Hofstra turnover near midfield to t score his third of the year off a pass from Tristan Newkirk. But the Pride P scored the next four as Card assisted on the next two goals by senior Stephen Bentz (2 goals) and a man-up tally by sophomore Michael B Burke before scoring the 100th of his career, on a jump shot from 10 yards, y and sophomore Drew Coholan notching his second of the year from Loizeaux for a 6-1 lead with 8:35 to play in the half. Air Force rallied with three unanswered goals as freshman Kyle Cassady tallied his second of the year from 12 yards out, and classmate Tommy McKee M McK ee ad added his seventh of the year, in transition, 50 seconds later and Carroll C arroll po posted his sixth of the season with 1:59 to play in the half to cut tthe th he deficit to 6-4. he But Hofstra B ut H ofst went on a 5-1 run, including two goals in the final minute of thhee ssecond the th econ quarter by sophomore Ian Braddish, and third quarter goals by Card aand Bentz to boost the lead to 10-5. Card and Carroll exchanged by quarter goals to post the final 11-6 score. fourth qu


The Pride outshot Air Force, 32-27, and picked up 32 ground balls to the Falcons’ 26. Hofstra was also dominant in face-offs, capturing 16 of 20 sophomore John Antoniades winning 15 of 19. with soph Team






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AIR FOR FORCE SCORING: G: GOALS: Zack Carroll 2; Vinny Sandtorv 1; Adam dam Paranka 1; Kyle Cassady 11; Tommy McKee Kee 1. ASSISTS: Tristan Newkirk 1; Adam Paranka ka 1; Vinny Sandtorv 1;; Erik Smit Smith 1.

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HARVARD SCORING: GOALS: Vaughan, Kevin 2; Cohen, Jeff 2; White, Terry 2; White, Alex 1; Gibbons, Dean 1; Doyle, Jack 1. ASSISTS: White, Alex 3; Slingerland, Eric 1.

HOFSTR SCORING:: GOALS: Card HOFSTRA Card, rd, rd d,, Jay 3; Be Bentz, Stephen 2; Braddish, Ian n 2; 2; Loizeaux, Brad 1; DeNapoli, poli, Mike 1;; Burke, Michael 1; Coholan, lan, Drew 11.. ASSISTS: Card, Jay 2; Jones, Aa Aar Aaron arroonn zeaux, Br Brad ad 22;; 2; Lincoln, Jamie 2; Loizeaux, Ford, Kevin 1.


SUNDAY, MARCH 13 VS. AIR FORCE: Senior Jay Card tallied three goals and two assists, junior Brad Loizeaux added one goal and two assists, and goalie Andrew Gvozden stopped eight shots to lead the fourth-ranked Hofstra Pride over Air Force, 11-6 at James M. Shuart Stadium. The Pride, who equaled their best start to a season since 1997, improved to 5-0 on the season.


Card, who became the eighth player in school history to record 100 career goals with his first goal of the game Sunday, recorded his second consecutive five-point game after posting six against Harvard on March 5. Loizeaux, who assisted on Card’s final goal of the game, notched a season-high three points after posting a point in each of his first four games. Senior Jamie Lincoln added two assists. Gvozden, who posted his fifth victory of the season, made eight saves in 51:18 before being relieved by sophomore Rob Bellairs.


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SATURDAY, MARCH 19 AT DELAWARE: Delaware junior Grant Kaleikau recorded two goals and three assists to lead the Delaware Blue Hens to a 7-6 upset of the fourth-ranked Hofstra Pride in the CAA season opener for both teams at Delaware Stadium. Hofstra was led by senior Jay Card with two goals and one assist, junior Kevin Ford with two goals and classmate Mike DeNapoli with two assists. Junior goalie Andrew Gvozden made 12 saves in the Pride goal. In addition to Kaleikau, sophomore John Mills had two goals for the Blue Hens while senior Nick Elsmo had a goal and an assist. Senior Noah Fossner made 13 saves in the Delaware cage to post his fifth win of the year.


The Pride jumped out to a 2-0 lead after 3:51 of the first quarter on back-to-back goals by Card. His first of the day, and his 10th of the year, came off a pass from Mike DeNapoli at the 11:29 mark while on the man-up. His second came 20 seconds later on a charge from the right of Fossner for his 11th of the year. But the Blue Hens scored five unanswered goals to take a 5-2 lead early in the third quarter. Kaleikau started the run with his fourth of the year on a high shot from the side of the cage with 6:26 to play in the first. He then assisted on the next two goals, a man-up tally by Mills, 5:06 into the second, and an all-even goal on a charge to the goal 3:30 later to end the half tied at 2-2.







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Kaleikau opened the scoring in the second half just seven seconds in off a pass from Dan Cooney, who won the face-off. Elsmo closed out the run with his eighth of the year 2:43 later for a 5-2 lead. But the Pride answered with back-to-back goals by sophomore Ian Braddish on a run to the cage 55 seconds later, and a man-up goal by senior Stephen Bentz off a pass from Card with 8:13 to play in the third quarter to close to 5-4. It was Braddish’s fifth of the year and Bentz’s 11th. Junior middie Dom Sebastiani notched his third of the year for UD with 3:33 to play in the period and Ford notched his fourth of the season with 1:25 to close out three quarters with the Blue Hens holding a 6-5 advantage.

DELAWARE SCORING: GOALS: Kaleikau, Grant 2; Mills, John 2; Elsmo, Nick 1; Diachenko, Nick 1; Sebastiani, Dom 1. ASSISTS: Kaleikau, Grant 3; Cooney, Dan 1; Elsmo, Nick 1; Finegan, Sean 1; Smith, Eric 1.

HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Card, Jay 2; Ford, Kevin 2; Bentz, Stephen 1; Braddish, Ian 1. ASSISTS: DeNapoli, Mike 2; Card, Jay 1.

Sophomore Nick Diachenko gave Delaware a little breathing room with his sixth goal of the year from Kaleikau just 2:54 into the fourth quarter which is how it stayed until Ford fired in a man-up bullet, off a pass from DeNapoli, with 1:56 to play to close to within one again at 7-6. The Pride got the ball back twice in the last 90 seconds but turned the ball over both times as the Blue Hens were able to break up both passes.


TUESDAY, MARCH 22 VS. ST. JOHN’S: Delaware outshot Hofstra, 39-27, and picked up 29 ground balls to the Pride’s 23. Hofstra, which ranks seventh in man-up percentage, boosted its numbers by scoring on three of five extra-man opportunities.

Senior attackmen Jay Card, Jamie Lincoln and Stephen Bentz combined for five goals and six assists to lead the eighth-ranked Hofstra Pride to an 8-5 non-conference victory over the St. John’s Red Storm at James M. Shuart Stadium. Card tallied two goals and two assists, Lincoln added one goal and three

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2011 GAME SUMMARIES assists and Bentz chipped in with two goals and one assist for the Pride. Card’s two goals give him 106 in his career, moving him into sixth place on the Pride career goals list. It also extended his consecutive game point streak to 35 contests. Card also moved into seventh place on the Hofstra career points list with 160 (106 goals, 54 assists). Junior goalie Andrew Gvozden made 11 saves and allowed three goals in 55 minutes. St. John’s was led by Ryan Fitzgerald with two goals while Kieran McArdle added a goal and two assists.

But Lincoln bumped up the Hofstra lead to 8-3 with his 12th goal of the year, from Ford, 2:15 into the final quarter before Joe Granata scored with 3:27 to play and McArdle notched his 12th of the season with one second remaining for the final 8-5 margin. The Red Storm outshot Hofstra, 33-27, and picked up 22 ground nd balls to Hofstra’s 21. Team






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ST. JOHN’S SCORING: GOALS: Fitzgerald, Ryan 2; McArdle, Kieran 1; Ayers, Brandon 1; Granata, Joe 1. ASSISTS: McArdle, Kieran 2.

The Dragons of Drexel were led by Robert Church, who posted two goals and three assists, while Scott Perri and Brendan Glynn each recorded a goal and an assist.


The Pride, which led 6-0 at halftime, scored the first seven goals of the game and led 7-0 six minutes into the third quarter. Sophomore Ian Braddish opened the scoring 1:32 into the game off a pass from Lincoln. Junior Kevin Ford, who had a goal and an assist in the game, notched his sixth goal of the year from Bentz with 3:21 to play in the period. Hofstra added four more in the second as Bentz posted his 12th of the year, from Card, right off the opening face-off seven seconds into the period. Lincoln then fed Card for a man-up goal and his 12th overall on the season with 8:33 to play in the half. Sophomore Adrian Sorichetti added his second goal of the season almost two-and-a-half minutes later before Bentz tallied his second of the game, from Card, 41 seconds after Sorichetti’s tally for a 6-0 halftime lead. Card boosted the Pride lead to 7-0 with a behind-the-head goal, cutting across in front of the cage, off a pass from Lincoln 5:53 into the third. The Red Strom scored three unanswered goals to cut the lead to 7-3 as Fitzgerald scored back-to-back goals, his fifth and sixth of the year, and Brandon Ayers notched his third of the season with 1:33 to play in the third.

the Pride a 7-2 lead with just under seven minutes remaining in the first half. Antoniades, who continues his fine play at the face-off X, won 15 face-offs, assisted on a goal during the run, and picked up a game-high eight ground balls. Four Pride players scored two goals as seniors Jamie Lincoln and Jay Card, sophomore Aaron Jones and freshman Torin Varn dented the twine twice. Junior goalie Andrew Gvozden made six saves to post his seventh win of the year.

Drexel scored the game’s first goal and jumped out to a 2-1 lead after the first 10:25 as Glynn and Church sandwiched a Hofstra goal by Stephen Bentz for the early advantage. But the Pride tallied six unanswered goals and eight of the next nine to take a big lead. Card started the run with his 14th goal of the year, just five seconds after Church’s goal off a pass from Antoniades, to tie the game at 2-2. Just 58 seconds later, Jones notched his second of the year on a 13-yard bullet that beat Drexel goalie Mark Manos (11 saves). Senior Stephen DeNapoli was the benefactor of Antoniades’ hard work off the next face-off, taking a pass from the sophomore, sprinting half the field and scoring his first of the year from five yards out 11 seconds later. Lincoln gave the Pride a 5-2 advantage with his 13th goal of the season, from Bentz, with 2:08 to play in the first quarter. Card notched his 15th on an unassisted goal 4:25 into the second quarter and Braddish scored his seventh of the season, also unassisted, almost four minutes later for a 7-2 lead with 6:57 to play in the half. Drexel junior Kyle Bergman ended the run with his 10th goal of the year, from Church, to cut the deficit to 7-3. But Varn notched his second of the year, from Braddish, with 2:45 to play in the second to close out the scoring in the half with the Pride holding a comfortable 8-3 ou ccushion. ushion. Hofstra outshot Drexel, 23-8 and picked up 18 ground bballs bal ba ls to the Dragons nine in the first half.

Lincoln L incoln boosted the Hofstra lead to six at 9-3 with his second off the tth hee day and 14th of the year 5:20 into the third quarter. Drexel tallied tal tta allli lied the next two goals, as Perri scored his 25th of the year, man-up second am a up tally, 2:30 later, and Church added his se anan secon condd ooff con remaining the th hee da dayy aand n 14th of the year with 4:58 nd 8 rem re ain ning g in thee

HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Card, Jay 2; Bentz, Stephen n 2; Lincoln, Jamie 1; Ford, Kevin 1; Braddish, Ian 1; Sorichetti, Adrian drian 1. ASSISTS: Lincoln, Jamie 3; Card, Jay 2; Bentz, Stephen 1; Ford, ord, Kevin 1.


SATURDAY, MARCH 26 VS. DREXEL: Ian Braddish tallied a team-high three points on a goal and two o assists and John Antoniades won 15 of 21 face-offs to lead the eighth-ranked -ranked Pride of Hofstra to an 11-6 victory over the Drexel Dragons in a Colonial Athletic Association contest at James M. Shuart Stadium. ium.


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But Hofstra’s Jones and Varn sandwiched a Drexel goal by Nick Trizano in the fourth quarter to even its record at 1-1 in the CAA after a conference opening loss to Delaware last week. The Pride finished the game outshooting the Dragons, 39-15, and picked up 37 ground balls to Drexel’s 19. Team






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DREXEL SCORING: GOALS: Church, Robert 2; Glynn, Brendan 1; Perri, Scott 1; Bergman, Kyle 1; Trizano, Nick 1. ASSISTS: Church, Robert 3; Glynn, Brendan 1; Perri, Scott 1.


HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Lincoln, Jamie 2; Card, Jay 2; Jones, Aaron 2; Varn, Torin 2; Braddish, Ian 1; Bentz, Stephen 1; DeNapoli, Steven 1. ASSISTS: Braddish, Ian 2; Antoniades, John 1; Bentz, Stephen 1.


SATURDAY, APRIL 2 AT TOWSON: Senior Jamie Lincoln tied his season-high with five goals and junior Andrew Gvozden made eight saves to lead the 10th -ranked Hofstra Pride to a 12-5 CAA victory over the Towson Tigers at Johnny Unitas Stadium. The Pride blew the game open in the third quarter scoring six times during a 7-0 run to take a 9-3 lead after three quarters. Lincoln’s five goals equaled his five against Harvard on March 5. Senior Stephen Bentz added two goals and one assist while sophomore Ian Braddish chipped in with one goal and two assists. The Tigers were led by junior Matt Lamon with two goals while goalie Travis Love posted 11 saves in the Towson cage. Towson got on the board first as Matt Lamon notched his seventh of the season off a pass to the crease from Sean McGuire 2:28 into the contest. But the Pride responded with back-to-back goals by Lincoln. He scored his 15th of the season just 16 seconds after the Tiger goal on a pass to the side of the goal from John Antoniades to tie the game. Lincoln tallied his second of the game when he raked in a rebound of a Brad Loizeaux shot that was stopped by Love, with 2:41 to play in the quarter. The Tigers tied the game 1:36 into the second quarter as senior Peter Mezzanotte took a pass from Andrew Hodgson and fired in a bullet from 15 yards. Towson took a brief 3-2 lead with 2:09 to play in the half as senior Elliott Domanic fed Lamon, who beat Gvozden from five yards out. Hofstra came right back on the ensuing face-off with senior Steven DeNapoli picking up the ground ball, charging the Tiger goal and beating Love on a bounce shot just 10 seconds later to tie the game at 3-3. Hofstra took a 4-3 lead just 4:14 into the second half as Bentz picked up a loose ball in front of the Towson cage off a Tiger turnover and fed Lincoln for a jump shot goal. Lincoln scored his fourth of the game and 18th of the year, taking a short bounce pass from Braddish and beating Love from seven yards in front for a 5-3 lead with 5:58 to play in the third. Sophomore Adrian Sorichetti notched his third of the season, on the run from six yards out to the left side of Love, two minutes later for a 6-3 advantage. Bentz then scored his 15th of the season, coming out from

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HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Lincoln, Jamie 5; Bentz, Stephen 2; Braddish, Ian 1; Antoniades, John 1; Card, Jay 1; Sorichetti, Adrian 1; DeNapoli, Steven 1. ASSISTS: Braddish, Ian 2; Antoniades, John 1; Bentz, Stephen 1. TOWSON SCORING: GOALS: Lamon, Matt 2; Mezzanotte, Peter 1; Domanic, Elliott 1; Maguire, Sean 1. ASSISTS: Domanic, Elliott 1; Hodgson, Andrew 1; Maguire, Sean 1; Mezzanotte, Peter 1.

2011 GAME SUMMARIES DeNapoli just four seconds before halftime. Braddish completed the run 51 seconds into the third quarter with his 10th goal of the year. Manhattan senior Mike Llewellyn ended the Hofstra run with his eighth goal of the season before Hofstra sophomore Adrian Sorichetti closed out the scoring in the period with his fourth goal of the year from freshman Torin Varn with 16 seconds remaining for a 12-3 lead after three quarters.


TUESDAY, APRIL 5 VS. MANHATTAN: Senior Jaime Lincoln tallied three goals and one assist and classmate Stephen Bentz added one goal and three assists as the eighth-ranked Pride of Hofstra cruised to a 13-8 victory over Manhattan College at James M. Shuart Stadium. The Pride scored the first seven goals of the contest and led 10-2 at halftime on their way to the easy victory. The Jaspers scored five times in the fourth quarter with Hofstra scoring just once to close the deficit at the end. Lincoln had his fourth hat trick of the season with just 3:01 gone in the second quarter and fellow senior Jay Card had notched his third hat trick of the year with 1:53 to play in the half. With his three points, Card has tied Chris Unterstein (2003-06) for fifth place on the Hofstra all-time career points list with 166 (112-54). Sophomore Ian Braddish tallied two goals and one assist. Senior short-stick defensive middie Steve DeNapoli equaled his career-best with two assists while sophomore face-off specialist John Antoniades won 12 of 17 face-offs and picked up a gamehigh nine ground balls. Junior goalie Andrew Gvozden played the first 33:47, allowing two goals and needed to make just one save.







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MANHATTAN SCORING: GOALS: Godino, Marcel 2; Rogers, Brendan 1; Jensen, Justin 1; Jarvis, Tyler 1; LoGiudice, Chris 1; Llewellyn, Mike 1; Mahon, Kelly 1. ASSISTS: Rogers, Brendan 2; Brooks, Mike 1. HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Lincoln, Jamie 3; Card, Jay 3; Braddish, Ian 2; Bentz, Stephen 1; DeNapoli, Mike 1; Sorichetti, Adrian 1; Mojica, Adam 1; Burke, Michael 1. ASSISTS: Bentz, Stephen 3; DeNapoli, Steven 2; Braddish, Ian 1; DeNapoli, Mike 1; Ford, Kevin 1; Holman, Tim 1; Lincoln, Jamie 1; Varn, Torin 1.

Manhattan was led by freshman Marcel Godino with two goals while junior Brendan Rogers had a goal and an assist. Lincoln opened the scoring just 2:51 into the game with his 20th of the season from m six yards out. Card scored his 17th off a pass from Bentz with 9:31 to play ay in the quarter to make it 2-0. Sophomore Ian Braddish scored the first off two goals on the night, going around a Jasper for an unassisted goal, his ninth of the season, five minutes later. Bentz then notched his 17th of thee year from Lincoln on a pass to the crease for a 4-0 advantag advantage agge with two minutes to play in the first. Lincoln added his second of th the he game and 21st of the season, from Bentz, with six seconds to pl play lay ay for a 5-0 lead ead after one quarter. Lincoln boosted oosted the lead to 6-0 with a man-up goal from Kevi Kevin in Ford just 3:01 into the second and Card added a man-up goal, from junior Card or Mike DeNapoli, 39 seconds later for a 7-0 lead. Car rd and Bentz extended their consecutive point scoring streaks to 338 8 and 25 games, mes, respectively. The Jaspers rs scored ba back-to-back ackck-toto-bac tobackk goal bac ggoals oalss sstarting oal tarting almost a minute later er ass se ssenior seni enio ior io or Justin Jensen seen tallied his 16th of thee season at the 10:28 mark and junior Brendan ndan Rogers added ded hiss 110th 0 h of 0th of th tthe he seas sseason eason at the 7:54 markk tto o close the gap to 7-2. But the Pride scored the next fourr goals and five of the next six to open up a bigger margin margin. n. Sophomore re Michael Burke started the four-goal run with an extra-man man goal from Bentz at the 4:12 mark. Card then completed d his hat-trick, off a pass from senior Tim Holman, n, just under two minutes later and Mike DeNapoli, notched his third off the season with an assist from his cousin Steven


SSATURDAY, ATURDAY, APRIL 9 AT A SAINT JOSEPH’S: The T Th he Hawks scored the first goal of the game but the Pride tallied tal ta aalllli lie ied the next 11 as eighth-r eighth-ranked Hofstra rolled to an 11-3 CAA victory over Saint Joseph’s at Finnesey Field.


Hofstra outshot the Jaspers, 25-19, and picked up 36 ground balls to Manhattan’s 19 in the contest.

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Hofstra started its run 5:20 later as senior Steven DeNapoli fired a running bounce shot past Hawks goalie Chris Moffa (33 min., 8 GA, 8 saves) to tie the game at 1-1. It was DeNapoli’s third goal of the year. Just 49 seconds later, Lincoln took a pass from Ford on the left side of the crease and buried it for his 23rd goal of the season. The Pride added four more goals in the second quarter as Bentz notched his 18th of the year off a short pass from Braddish 3:33 into the quarter for a 3-1 advantage. Lincoln scored his second of the contest 1:11 later on a pass from behind the cage from Bentz. Card then scored his 20th of the season off a pass from a falling down Braddish in front at the 8:54 mark to make it 5-1. The goals by Bentz and Car Cardd eextended xtended their consecutive game goal scoring streakss to 13 and nd d 12, 12,, re respe respectively. spe pecti c ivel ct v y. Their points also ve extended their points scoring ring str streaks treak tr eaks to 26 and 39 games, respectively. ectiveely ly. y. Ford closed out the scoring ng inn tthe he first half with an unassisted ed go goal oal after dodging two players for orr a 6-1 halftime lead. Hofstraa out outshot uttsho shott the Hawks, 16-7, in the first half.


SATURDAY, APRIL 16 AT FAIRFIELD: F Junior Andrew Gvozden made three of his 10 sa saves in the final 2:30 and sophomores Adrian Sorichetti and Ian Braddish each scored twice to lead the eighth-ranked Hofstra Pride to an 8-7 non-co non-conference victory over the Fairfield Stags at Lessing Field. Gvozden stopped the three key ke shots in the closing minutes of the contest to hold onto an 8-6 lead before senior Matt Plominski scored with two Plo seconds to play to close clo out the scoring in the contest. Braddish continued his hot streak of co late with two goals goal and one assist to give him six goals and 10 assists in his last five contests. Sorichetti posted a seasonSo high two goals. goals Senior Stephen Bentz, who tallied a third quarter goal, and classmate Jay Ja Card, who posted a goal and an a assist, extended their goal and point streaks Saturday. Bentz boosted his goal streak to b 14 games gam and the point streak to 27. 27 Card boosted his goal streak stre to 13 and the point streak to 40 contests. str

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HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Lincoln, Jamie 3; Card, tz, Stephen 1; Loizeaux, Brad Jay 3; Ford, Kevin 2; Bentz, SSISTS: Braddish, Ian 4; Bentz, 1; DeNapoli, Steven 1. ASSISTS: ke 1; Ford, Kevin 1;Lincoln, Jam mie 11.. Stephen 1; DeNapoli, Mike Jamie RING: GOALS: Cullinan, Sco ott SAINT JOSEPH’S SCORING: Scott oney, Kyle 1. ASSISTS: Cullin nan, an, an 1; Williams, Kyle 1; Mahoney, Cullinan, Scott 1; Dougherty, Matt 1.

Fairfield was led by junior John Snellman and an senior Doug Kuring LOIZEAUX with two goals each while Plominski Plomin added a goal and an assist. asssist aas i . Junior goalie Charlie Charl Cipriano recorded eight eeig iigght saves in the Stags cage. ca Hofstra Hofstra jumped out to a 2-0 2- lead on unassisted first quarter qqu uarter goals by Braddish, his 11th of the year, and Sorichetti, So S oorriicchetti, his fifth. But the Stags tied the game in the the first th r 4:30 of the second quarter as Kuring scored off oofff ff a pass pass from Brent Adams Ada 1:16 into the second, and aan nd Sam nd Sam Snow notched an unassisted goal a little over ove ov ver three three minutes later.

The Thee Pride Th Pr took a 4-2 on goals Pr goal by Card, his 23rd of the thhe year, yyeear, ar, off a pass p from Braddish at the 8:32 mark, and Sorichetti’s S ichetti’s second with 6:54 to play Sor p in the half. Snellman closed the deficit to 4-3 with his 13th of the year almost 1 two minutes later. But Hofstra junior Mike DeNapoli tallied a man-up goal, from Kevin Ford, with 38 seconds to play to boost the lead back to two, 5-3, at halftime. Hofstra increased the lead to 6-3 midway through the third quarter as Card fed Ford for his ninth goal of the season. Kuring closed the gap again to two with his 15th of the year, from Plominski, with 1:23 to play

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2011 GAME SUMMARIES after a pass from Braddish. It was Lincoln’s 26th of the season. Braddish notched his 13th goal of the year with 58 seconds to play in the period, faking a pass and firing a 10-yard bullet for a 2-0 lead.

Braddish scored his second of the game and 12th of the season 49 seconds into the fourth quarter to give the Pride an 8-4 advantage. But the Stags did not quit as Nick Baglio notched his third goal of the season with 11:43 to play and Snellman added his second of the game and 14th of the year with 6:02 to play to cut the deficit to 8-6.

Hofstra boosted the lead to 4-0 with two goals in the first 2:41 of the second quarter. Bentz extended his point and goal streaks to 28 and 15, respectively, with his 20th of the season from Card at the 1:18 mark. Just 83 seconds later Card notched the first of his four goals on the day with his 24th of the season, from Braddish, for a 4-0 advantage.

From that point, the Pride defense took over as Gvozden stopped shots by Snellman, Kuring and Max Trunz, and Steve DeNapoli deflected a pass to keep Fairfield at bay before Plominski dented the twine in the final seconds.

Hofstra scored three more times in a 1:16 span later in the period as Sorichetti notched his seventh of the year with 6:30 to play in the half, hauling in a high pass with one hand and beating McCormack low. Just 25 seconds later, Card scored a man-up goal from 14 yards out, off a pass from Mike DeNapoli , for a 6-0 lead, and Lincoln notched his second, also a man-up goal, from Bentz with 5:14 to play in the half to end the run. The Minutemen scored twice in the final 3:19 of the second quarter off of Pride turnovers as Biscardi scored his 18th of the year from Ryan Hantverk from seven yards out, and Steve Zorkers bounced a shot off of Gvozden’s chest and into the cage as the half ended to close the gap to 7-2.

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But the Pride erupted for five goals in the third quarter to blow the game wide open with Card scoring his third and fourth of the game in the first 7:12, off assists from Sorichetti and Yapor, and then Sorichetti added consecutive goals 1:19 apart, from Aaron Jones and Yapor. Bentz tallied his second of the game 47 seconds later, coming around the cage for his 21st of the season, for a 12-2 lead. The Minutemen made a quick run in the fourth quarter, scoring three times in the first 3:24 of the period to close the gap to 12-5. Kell scored consecutive unassisted goals in the first 2:29 by coming around the cage and beating Gvozden, and Colin Fleming added a man-up goal with 11:36 to play. But Yapor tallied the first two goals of his career at the 7:14 and 5:30 marks of the quarter to add to his three assists and give the Pride their nine-goal margin. Hofstra outshot UMass, 47-22, including 25-10 in the second half, and picked up 32 ground balls to the Minutemen’s 20. Pride sophomore John Antoniades continued his success at the face-off X on Saturday. The nation’s number two- face-off man captured 15 of 20 face-offs to boost his season winning percentage to .677 (151-223).

GAME 13 SATURDAY, APRIL 23 VS. #15 MASSACHUSETTS: Freshman Lance Yapor and senior Jay Card each tallied five points, and sophomore Adrian Sorichetti added four points to lead the eighth-ranked Hofstra Pride to a 14-5 CAA victory over 15th-ranked Massachusetts in the first game of the ESPNU Warrior Classic at Rentschler Field. Yapor posted career-highs of two goals and three assists while Card notched a season-high four goals and added an assist. Card also extended his consecutive game point and goal streaks to 41 and 14, respectively. Sorichetti tied his career-high with three goals and set his personal best with four points. Seniors Stephen Bentz and Jamie Lincoln each added two goals for the Pride while junior Andrew Gvozden posted seven saves to record his 12th win of the season.







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MASSACHUSETTS SCORING: GOALS: Art Kell 2; Colin Fleming 1; Anthony Biscardi 1; Stephen Zorkers 1. ASSISTS: Ryan Hantverk 1. HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Card, Jay 4; Sorichetti, Adrian 3; Yapor, Lance 2; Bentz, Stephen 2; Lincoln, Jamie 2; Braddish, Ian 1. ASSISTS: Yapor, Lance 3; Braddish, Ian 2; Bentz, Stephen 1; Card, Jay 1; DeNapoli, Mike 1; Jones, Aaron 1; Sorichetti, Adrian 1.


in the third quarter. But Bentz scored his 19th of the season, from Brad Loizeaux, with eight seconds to play in the period for a 7-4 lead after three quarters.

UMass was led by junior Art Kell with two goals. Junior goalie Tim McCormack tallied nine saves in the Minutemen cage. The Pride came out aggressively and dominated the Minutemen on the scoreboard for the first 26:40, taking a 7-0 lead in the contest on two first quarter goals and five in the second. Lincoln opened the scoring 7:57 into the contest on a bullet from 12 yards to the left of McCormack





Penn State outshot the Pride, 41-32, while the ground balls were even at 22 for each team.



Sophomore Ian Braddish tallied three goals and one assist and junior goalie Andrew Gvozden tied his career-high with 17 saves to lead the eighth-ranked Hofstra Pride to a 9-4 victory over No. 20 Penn State at James M. Shuart Stadium.







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PENN STATE SCORING: GOALS: Ahern, Gavin 2; Sturgis, Shane 1; Lacrosse, Tom 1. ASSISTS: Vanthof, Kyle 1; Vosburgh, Colton 1. HOFSTRA SCORING: GOALS: Braddish, Ian 3; Sorichetti, Adrian 2; Bentz, Stephen 2; Ford, Kevin 1; DeNapoli, Mike 1. ASSISTS: Braddish, Ian 1; Card, Jay 1; Ford, Kevin 1; Lincoln, Jamie 1.

The victory gave the Pride the Colonial Athletic Association regular season title and the number one seed in the CAA Championship tournament that begins with semifinal play May 4. Braddish continued his torrid streak with four points in the game to record his seventh consecutive contest with three points or more. He has 10 goals and 13 assists over his last seven outings. Gvozden, the national leader in goals against average, equaled his career high with 17 saves, tying his 2009 mark against Army. The Pride also received two goals from sophomore Adrian Sorichetti and senior Stephen Bentz. Bentz extended his consecutive game point and goal streaks to 29 and 16, respectively. The Nittany Lions were led by Gavin Ahern with two goals while Shane Sturgis and Tom LaCrosse each scored once. Freshman goalie Austin Kaut, the national leader in save percentage coming into the contest, made eight saves in the Penn State cage. Penn State jumped out to the early lead and led 2-1 after one quarter. Sturgis opened the scoring 1:25 into the contest, coming around the cage following a pass from Colton Vosburgh and netting his 17th goal of the year. Braddish tied the game with 4:15 to play in the period on a run up the middle and a bullet from 10 yards. But freshman Tom LaCrosse, nephew of former Hofstra great Michael LaCrosse, gave the Nittany Lions a 2-1 lead on a falling down shot from seven yards with 1:25 remaining in the first quarter. Hofstra started a five-goal run in the second quarter as Braddish notched his second of the game and 15th of the year on a dodge and weave that put him five yards in front of the goal to knot the game at 22 with 10:36 to play in the half. Junior Michael DeNapoli scored a man-up goal from 12 yards off a pass from Jay Card 71 seconds later to give the Pride a 3-2 lead at halftime. The Pride then scored the first three goals of the third quarter as junior Kevin Ford scored a man-up goal from Jamie Lincoln 3:39 into the quarter, and Braddish notched his third goal on another charge and dodge to the goal 45 seconds later for a 5-2 lead. Sorichetti closed out the run with his 10th goal of the season, on a bullet from 12 yards, with 8:01 to play in the third. Ahern scored the first of his two goals, from in front, four minutes later to close the Penn State deficit to 6-3 after three quarters. Hofstra put the game out of reach with three unanswered goals in the fourth quarter despite heavy pressure from Penn State. The Nittany Lions outshot the Pride, 16-9, in the quarter only to be snuffed out by Gvozden, who made eight of his 17 saves in the fourth. Bentz opened the scoring in the fourth with his 22nd of the season, on a pass to the crease from Ford, 1:16 into the period. Sorichetti notched his second of the game and 11th of the year six minutes later on a charge to the cage, and Bentz notched his second, from Braddish, with 6:06 to play to boost the lead to 9-3. Ahern closed out the scoring in the game for Penn State with a man-up goal, from Kyle Vanthof, with 2:16 to play in the contest.

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CAA SEMIFINALS - MAY 4 VS. DELAWARE: Junior Eric Smith had three goals, senior Grant Kaleikau tied his careerhigh with five assists and senior Noah Fossner made 11 saves to lead the fourth-seed Delaware Blue Hens to a 10-9 upset of the eighth-ranked and top-seeded Hofstra Pride in a CAA Tournament semifinal game at James M. Shuart Stadium. In addition to Smith and Kaleikau, senior Kevin Kaminski tallied two goals for the Blue Hens. Hofstra was led by junior Kevin Ford, who tied his career-best with five goals while Jamie Lincoln added two goals and one assist and Jay Card chipped in with one goal and one assist. Junior goalie Andrew Gvozden, the national leader in goals against average and save percentage, made eight saves. The Pride led just once in the contest at 2-1 after Card and Ford scored 45 seconds apart early in the first quarter. But the Blue Hens scored the next four goals (by four different scorers) to take a 5-2 lead at halftime. Sophomore Nick Diachenko started the run with his 16th of the season, from Kaleikau, with 3:46 to play in the first quarter. Taylor Burns scored off the face-off seven seconds later, from Dan Cooney, for a 3-2 lead. Smith then scored his first of the game and 21st of the season, from Connor McRoy, with four seconds remaining for a 4-2 lead after one quarter. Kaminski scored his first of the game and 10th of the season 57 seconds into the second quarter for the 5-2 lead at the intermission. The Pride closed the gap to 5-3 just 1:33 into the second half as Ford scored his second of the game and 12th of the season. The Blue Hens then boosted the lead to 7-3 with 5:17 to play in the third with goals by Smith and John Mills, both off assists from Kaleikau. Hofstra closed the deficit again with an unassisted goal by Steven DeNapoli, his fourth of the year, 12 seconds after Mills’ tally, and Lincoln’s 28th goal of the year, off a pass from Card, 50 seconds later to close to 7-5 after three quarters. Smith tallied his third of the game and 23rd of the season just 22 seconds into the fourth quarter for an 8-5 lead. But Ford came back with back-toback goals 48 seconds apart to close to one at 8-7. His third of the game came off a short pass down to the crease from Ian Braddish (two assists) at the 9:46 mark, while his fourth came off a short pass from Stephen Bentz at the 8:58 mark. Bentz extended his consecutive game point streak to 30 but had his goal streak stopped at 16 by the Blue Hens.

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Hofstra had two shots to tie the contest after Delaware turned the ball over following Lincoln’s goal. Braddish fired a bullet with 24 seconds to play that Fossner stopped with his knee and Ford fired wide with 13 seconds remaining. The Pride got the ball back after Card checked Fossner into a turnover but could not get off a shot on goal as time expired. Hofstra outshot the Blue Hens, 38-29, in the game including 27-15 in the second half. The Pride also picked up 36 ground balls to Delaware’s 33. Team






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NCAA FIRST ROUND – SATURDAY, MAY 14 AT #3 JOHNS HOPKINS: The Blue Jays scored eight second half goals to blow open a 4-4 deadlock at halftime as third-seed Johns Hopkins defeated the Hofstra Pride, 12-5 in the first round of the 2011 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship at Homewood Field. The Pride, who recorded their 41st winning season in the program’s 63year history, finish the season with a 13-3 record. The Blue Jays advance to the NCAA quarterfinals at Hofstra’s James M. Shuart Stadium. The Blue Jays were led by senior Chris Boland with two goals and three assists while classmate Kyle Wharton posted a game-high three goals and added an assist. Sophomore goalie Pierce Bassett recorded nine saves including five in the second half while holding Hofstra to just one goal in the fi final nal 30 minutes. minutes Sophomore John Greeley also tallied two goals for Johns Hopkins. The Pride, whic hichh had had five ve diff differe erent nt goa goall scor scorers er , were we led by seni nior Jay Cardd with Car with on onee goall andd two w assists. He H closess ou outt his his car career eer wi with th 122 go goals als and nd 60 assists for 182 points and graduates second on the th Pr P ide d ’s career e goaals list and is fifth on the career points chart. Juniors Kev vin Ford and Brad Loiz Bra oi eau ux, and sophomores Adrian Sorichetti and John Antoniades scored re single goals for Hofstra. Junior goalie Andrew Gvozden made five saves e in the Pride cage.

But the Blue Jays came roaring back in the second quarter scoring four unanswered goals to take a 4-2 lead. Like the Pride, Hopkins scored two goals in the first 3:14 to tie the game. Sophomore Zach Palmer sent a short pass from behind to the side of the crease to Boland who beat Gvozden as he was falling down at the 12:09 mark. It was Boland’s 31st goal of the year. Just 25 seconds later, Blue Jay freshman Paul Castonova picked up a ground ball in the Blue Jays zone near midfield, charged the Pride end and beat Gvozden from 12 yards for his third goal of the year. Greeley gave Hopkins its first lead of the game at the 9:55 mark, backing in on the Pride defense and firing a bullet from 10 yards for his 13th goal of the year and a 3-2 lead. Wharton then notched his 29th of the season, coming around the right side of Gvozden and beating the netminder for a 4-2 lead with four minutes to play in the half. Hofstra closed the gap to one when sophomore Ian Braddish sent a perfect pass from up top to the crease to Ford for his 16th goal of the year with 1:35 to play in the second. The Pride tied the game up with just six seconds to play when Card sent a pass to the side of the goal to Loizeaux, who beat Bassett high to the far corner for his sixth goal of the season. The Blue Jays opened up a three-goal lead after three quarters at 8-5. Freshman Rob Guida broke the tie with his 11th goal of the season at the 12:12 mark, taking a cross-field lollipop pass from John Ranegan and beating Gvozden for a 5-4 lead. Wharton boosted the lead to 6-4 with 7:29 to play in the period as Boland scooped up a missed shot behind the cage and fed Wharton in front for a behind the back goal. Sorichetti closed the gap to 6-5 for Hofstra with a man-up goal from 13 yards off a short pass from Card at the 4:16 mark. It would be Hofstra’s last goal of the contest. But the Blue Jays scored twice more in the third as Boland scored on a onehanded shot coming around the goal at the 2:43 mark and Wharton notched his third, from Boland, 51 seconds later for a 8-5 lead after three periods. Hopkins added four more goals in the fourth as part of its six-goal run as Greeley scored his second of the game and 14th of the season 3:20 into the period, Palmer scored his 22nd of the year from Mark Goodrich at the 9:08 mark, Brandon Benn scored his fifth of the year from Wharton and Tim Donovan scoring with 3:10 to play to give the Blue Jays a 12-5 lead. The Blue Jays outshot the Pride, 29-25, and picked up 34 ground balls to Hofstra’s 23. Hopkins also held a big 14-7 advantage on face-offs with senior Matt Dolente, the number one face-off specialist in the nation, winning 13 of 20 face-offs. Hofstra’s John Antoniades, who ranks third in the country in face-offs, won four of 14. Team






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2011 CAA MEN’S LACROSSE STANDINGS Team Hofstra Massachusetts Delaware* Penn State Drexel Towson Saint Joseph’s

CAA W 5 4 4 4 3 1 0

L 1 2 2 2 3 5 6

Pct. .833 .667 .667 .667 .500 .167 .000

GF 63 59 42 59 60 50 31

Overall W L 13 3 10 5 11 7 7 7 8 6 3 10 0 12

GA 30 54 50 45 58 51 76

Pct. .812 .667 .611 .500 .571 .231 .000

GF 159 149 168 114 158 102 55

GA 105 128 172 112 130 107 152

Team Statistics Goals Per Game Team Drexel Hofstra Massachusetts Delaware Penn State Towson Saint Joseph’s

GP 14 16 15 18 14 13 12

Ground Balls Per Game G 158 159 149 168 114 102 55

GPG 11.29 9.94 9.93 9.33 8.14 7.85 4.58

GP 14 16 15 18 13 14 12

GP 18 14 14 15 16 13 12

GB 570 440 438 464 482 356 264

Goals Against Average

Assists Per Game

Team Drexel Hofstra Massachusetts Delaware Towson Penn State Saint Joseph’s

Team Delaware Drexel Penn State Massachusetts Hofstra Towson Saint Joseph’s

A 95 105 87 102 65 47 27

APG 6.79 6.56 5.80 5.67 5.00 3.36 2.25

P 253 264 236 270 167 161 82

PPG 18.07 16.50 15.73 15.00 12.85 11.50 6.83

Team GP Hofstra 16 Penn State 14 Towson 13 Massachusetts 15 Drexel 14 Delaware 18 Saint Joseph’s 12

GA 105 112 107 128 130 172 152

GBPG 31.37 31.43 31.29 30.93 30.12 27.38 22.00

Min. 960:00 850:23 781:55 912:55 864:45 1082:42 720:00

GAA 6.56 7.90 8.21 8.41 9.02 9.53 12.67

Points Per Game

Team Drexel Hofstra Massachusetts Delaware Towson Penn State Saint Joseph’s

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2011 ALL-CAA TEAMS First Team

Name Jay Card, Hofstra Matthew Mackrides, Penn State Scott Perri, Drexel Anthony Biscardi, Massachusetts Ian Braddish, Hofstra Kevin Kaminski, Delaware Ad Adam M ji Hofstra Mojica, H ft Frank Tufano, Drexel Mike Skudin, Hofstra Pat Dowling, Delaware John Antoniades, Hofstra Austin Kaut, Penn State

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Second Team

Name Grant Kaleikau, Delaware Jamie Lincoln, Hofstra Will Manny, Massachusetts Nick Dolik, Penn Sate Kyle Bergman, Drexel Steven DeNapoli, Hofstra R Ryan H Hollenbaugh, ll b h Massachusetts M h tt Matt Bernier, Penn State Tom Celentani, Massachusetts Marc Ingerman, Towson Dan Cooney, Delaware Danny Henneghan, Penn State Andrew Gvozden, Hofstra


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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS S cy or ring Play Pl ayer

Goals Player y Scott Perri, DU Robert Church, DU Art Kell, UM Jay Card, HU Jamie Lincoln, HU Brendan Glynn, DU Will Manny, UUM Stephen Bentz, HU Matt Mackrides, PSU Kyle Williams, SJU

A ssists Player y Scott Perri, DU Grant Kaleikau, UD Robert Church, DU Will Manny, UM Shane Sturgis, PSU Eric Smith, UD Peter Mezzanotte, TU Art Kell, UM Jay Card, HU Ian Braddish, HU

Ground Balls Player y Greg Rushing, UM John Antoniades, HU Dan Cooney, UD Danny Henneghan, PSU Steven DeNapoli, HU

GP 14 14 15 15 16 16 18 16 14 16

GP 14 14 15 16 16 14 15 16 14 12

G-A-P 39-27-66 27-22-49 22-23-45 28-16-44 2 -17-46 29 15 5-3 -300 45 25-200-45 45 29-11-40 18-16-34 23-14-37

PPG 4.711 3 50 3. 3.00 2.93 2.88 2.81 2.50 50 22.50 50 2.43 2.31


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399 27 28 299 29 23 22 23 20 17

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GP 12 16 18 14 16

GB 77 84 94 71 60

GBPG 6.42 5.25 5.22 5.07 3.75

S ay v e s Player Austin Kaut, PSU Mark Manos, DU Tim McCormack, UM Noah No oah ah Fossner, Fos ossn sner, UD Trrav aviss Lovve, TU Andr An drew dr ew Gvozd zden zd n, HU U

GP 16 14 1 13 15 144 18

GA 90 11 11 90 126 129 169

GAA 6.0 .000 7.90 7. 90 7.94 8.333 9.09 9.54

GP 14 14 15 18 13 16

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SPG 13.71 11.86 10.20 9.94 8.54 8.50

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GP 166 15 15 18 1 14 14 12 14 13 9

W 174 85 191 93 139 70 80 63 55

L 97 73 165 83 127 66 76 68 72

Pct. .642 .538 .537 .528 .523 .515 .513 .481 .433


Goals Against g Average g CAA All-Rookie Team: Steven Bogert (Penn State), Thomas DeNapoli (Towson), Matt Dusek (Drexel), John Fennessy (Towson), Andrew Hodgson (Towson), Austin Kaut (Penn State), John Mills (Delaware), Connor Mooney (Massachusetts), Shane Sturgis (Penn State), Deven Thomas (Drexel) CAA Player of the Year: Scott Perri, Drexel CAA Defensive Player of the Year: Mike Skudin, Hofstra CAA Rookie of the Year: Austin Kaut, Penn State CAA Co-Coaches of the Year: Greg Cannellla, Massachusetts and Jeff Tambroni, Penn State


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Player yer Andr An drew ew Gvozden, HU Austtin i Kau a t, PSU Travis Love, TU Tim McCo ormack, UM Mark Man nos, DU Noah Fossn s er, UD






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W l er Koh Walt Wa ohan anow o ic ichh 1 52 19 5 Nich N hol olas as Kolb 20006 JJack Kor ort 1963 Christopherr Korz C rzon onkiewicz2000 JJosip Kosttov ovic 199 9 8 Aaron Kozlowski A 2003 William Kramer W er 1953 Larryy Kramer L 1989 Lawrence Kramer L 1998 Richard Kranzler R 1954 Stanley Krause S 1991 Chet Krinsky C 1982 JJoseph Krupinski 1958 Robert Kuhlke R 1979 JJames Kuhner 1973 Michael La Crosse M 1991 Evan La Penna E 2002 Albert Lahood A 1956 William Laky W 1959 Hogan Lam H 1980 Renzie Lamb R 1959 Michael Lambrecht M 1982 William Lampe W 1955 Brian Langtry B 1998 Robert Lankenau R 1956 Bernard Larkin B 1960 Rolf Larson R 1956 Michael Laudenslager M 1991 Michael Laurano M 1999 Lionel Lauture L 2005 JJack Lawrence 1971 Thomas Leanos T 1970 Alfred Lettera A 1968 Richard Lewton R 1978 JJamie Lincoln 2011 Robert Linker R 1978 Louis Liotti L 1970 Charles Lipp C 1962 Gerald Lipps G 1954 JJoseph Lobiondo 1987 JJames Lollo 2008 Robert Lombardo R 1976 Thomas Lonergan T 1982 George Loros G 1956 Barry Lublin B 1965 Ryan Lucas R 2005 Sean Lucas S 2010 Howard Ludecker H 1965 JJohn Lundie 1964 JJohn Lupetin 1975 JJohn Lynch 1972 Lawrence Lynch L 1976

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Vincent Ma Macc cchi hioo William Macg c re rego gorr Douglas Maachen William Madd d ock Michael Magee Michael Magro John Manning ng Michael Manzer Anthony Manzione Frank Marcinowski Philip Marino Michael Marino Joseph Markanthony Robert Martin Joseph Mascaretti Joseph Masone Joseph Massaro John Matthews James Mau Frank Mauro James Mayer James Mayer Christopher Mayo Anthony Mazzarella Kevin McDonough Martin McCarthy Sean McCarthy Daniel McCauley David McCulloch Francis McDermott Gerard McDermott Michael McGinley Richard McGrath James McGunnigle Michael McHugh Alexander McIlwraith Daniel McMahone Ryan McPherson Thomas McShane Thomas McShane William Meddis Keith Mekeel Richard Mekeel Garry Merkle Hanford Merritt James Merryman Ryan Mertins Kevin Metkiff James Metzger John Michielini Francis Miller Joseph Miller

19822 1962 2004 1993 1988 2005 1961 1960 1985 1968 1976 1977 1965 1970 2007 1955 2005 1952 1996 1960 1970 1976 2007 1972 2007 1982 2006 1954 1986 2003 1977 1989 2007 1962 1979 1957 1993 2008 1965 1980 1975 2003 2004 1990 1958 1973 2008 2008 1982 1990 1983 1997


Ryan Miller Ryan R y Mi Ra Mill llss Raamo monn Mi Mill llss Adam m Min nel ella Michael Minisini Barry Mi Mink nkin Ro obert Min i o Adam Mojica j Rolf Moller Joe Montemurro James Moore Kevin Moran John Moran Philip Mordente Stephen Morea Frank Moretti Thomas Moriarty Arthur Morr Edward Morr John Morris Brett Moyer Nicholas Mucciacciaro George Muller Malachy Mulligan Thomas Mulrooney Timothy Mulvihill William Munck Richard Murphy David Murphy Liam Murphy Anthony Muscarella Andrew Mustapich Howard Myers Brian Myers Doug Nastro Steven Nastro Henry Natterer Isaac Neal David Neidhart Jerry Nobile Richard Northorn Thomas Nunziata Brad Obloj Daniel O’Brien Terrance O’Connor Wesley O’Donnell John O’Donnell John Oliva Alan Olsen Chet O’Neill Carl Orent Danny Orlando

2007 19981 1981 1984 1987 1962 1997 2011 1954 2009 1991 1994 2000 1966 1970 1958 1950 1951 1953 1982 2008 2000 1982 1980 1970 1988 1987 1962 1987 2001 2009 1950 1967 1981 1974 1980 1959 2010 2001 2011 1997 1955 1999 1953 1973 1985 1995 1971 1961 1960 1955 2009

John Orsen Daavi v d Pa P dgett Ralphh Palma Leonard Pa Pana narelli John Panarese Chris Panos L Parc rche herr Gregory g y Parisi Steven Parker Robert Parrinelli Thomas Passantino Michael Passuello Joseph Pavek Jason Pearl John Pedranghelu Anthony Perettine Christopher Pergola Martin Peters William Peters, IV Frederick Peterson Anthony Petillo Richard Petillo Lewis Petta James Pezza Frank Pigula David Pike Ronald Pimental Armondo Polanco William Pollock Eddie Poreba George Pratt Kyle Pratte Larry Price Chris Prifte

2006 1965 1970 2006 1965 19 65 1996 1958 1983 1972 2000 1971 2006 1981 2003 1978 1987 2008 2002 2007 1961 1978 1983 1956 2010 1983 2004 1987 1999 1964 1982 1958 2011 1970 1979

CHRIS PRIFTE Keith Prifte Steve Prifte David Provenzano James Pugh

2009 2009 1957 1973

ALL-TIME ALUMNI Jamess Pu Jame Pugh g gh M cch Mi haeel Qu Quag ager ag erel elli

19774 199 9922

Bruce Quinlan James Quinn James Rafferty Richard Raganella Peter Rainis Rich Rambo Robert Rao James Raucci Bruce Rauch James Raveret Bryan Read Mikawato Red Arrow Kevin Reich Lawrence Reid Edward Reilly Keith Reilly Andrew Reinesch Michael Renga Christopher Resch Marc Riccio James Richards Michael Ricigliano Stephen Rielly Jonathan Rifenburg Michael Rigney Gary Rinaldi William Risberg John Rispoli Joseph Ristuccia Brian Robinson Andrew Rodnite Jack Rogan Charles Rogener Jacob Rogers Chris Rogler Dennis Rosa Jordan Rosen Sylvan Rosenbaum Jeffrey Rosenberg

1987 2006 1952 2000 1986 2011 1991 1999 1969 2011 2006 1985 1994 1968 1955 2003 1950 1998 1998 1989 1964 1995 1987 2007 2004 1993 1978 1952 1954 1986 1956 2010 1979 2000 2001 1978 2009 1950 1968

198 9 0 198 9811 1 69 19 2011 1970 2003 2008 197 9777 2000 1958 1971 1978 1958 2001 1971 1968 1970 1979 2004 1990 1986 1958 1997 1956 1978 2009 1995 1962 1967 2007 1962 2008 2004 2010 1958 1986 1950 1966 1973 1981 2002 2002 1971 2003 1961 1978 1982 1953 2009 1975 2006 1955 1986 2011 1972 1952

Richar Rich ardd Sm S ithh Rich Rich Ri char ha d Sm mith Ryan Ry an Smith Vinc Vi ncee Somb nc m rotto mb

1961 19 119976 200 0099 1982 19 8 82

VINCE SOMBROTTO Steven Sorrillo Steven Souhrada Edward Southard Matthew Southard Dean Spadaro Eric Spallina Brian Spallina Mark Spruyt Collin Stabler Jeremy Stambovsky William Stanley Dan Stein Michael Stencel Robert Stewart Charles Stile Richard Stoecker John Stranahan Paul Sullivan Richard Sullivan Douglas Swanson Adam Swarsen David Sweeney Gerard Sweet Marc Szyluk Richard Tamaro Joseph Taylor Lorel Teolis John Tenet Roger Testa Jared Testa Brett Tietjen Michael Tolkach James Toone Sam Toperoff John Tortora Samuel Trachtenberg

2006 1990 1999 2006 1995 1998 2000 1997 2008 2005 1991 2010 2001 1972 1960 1978 1966 1958 2001 1981 2010 2003 2006 1997 1966 1987 1955 2008 1973 1998 2003 2008 1968 1960 1972 1952

Jamees Traino nor Step St ephe h n Tr Tren e taco en ost stee Tim Ti moth th hy Treubi biig P te Pe t r Triz Trizzi ziino Nicholas Tur u chia iano ia no William Tu url r ey Ross Ro ss Uhl hlfe f ld lder er Chri Ch riss Un Unte ters rste tein in Kevin K i Unterstein U i Mike Unterstein Mike Vaccaro Alfred Vadnais John Van Gelder Richard Van Wickler Gerald Vance Philip Vangeli Clayton VanNortwick James Vaughan Robert Veit Richard Verne Peter Verne Vincent Vieten Ryan Vilar Americus Vitale Jack Vivonetto Steven Walakovits Edward Wallace Owen Walsh Peter Walther Joseph Wamser Kevin Warne James Watson Patrick Watson Julian Watts Steven Wax Gary Weller Gary White Jonathan Wicker George Wiemer John Wilkinson Charles Wilkinson James Wilkinson Ryan Willey Debra Wolther Edward Woycik Edward Wozniak Austin Wright Shane Wynn Christopher Yeager Dennis Yeagle Joseph Zaffuto Allen Zagoren Ronald Zoia Brian Zuchelli Brian Zusi


19 2 1972 19 972 2006 20 0 19662 19663 19533 196 9699 200 0066 2008 2008 2011 1958 2000 1988 1964 1994 2004 1977 1956 1960 1964 1953 2005 1963 2009 1994 1980 1952 1987 1958 2000 1982 2009 2008 2007 1974 1977 2005 1958 1973 1978 1981 2008 1981 1977 1968 2011 2009 1988 2001 1980 1969 1963 2004 2002



Jeffre Jeff reyy Ro Rost sten e Louis is Ro R st sten en Ronald d Rot othh Nate Roy Harrry Ro Ha Royl ylee yl Dani Da niel e Royle le John Rudden Jo enauer William Rugg ggie iero ro Nicholas Ni h l Ruocco R Michael Russo Robert Russo Michael Sajkoski Peter Salit Joseph Sampieri Patricia Sanders Ronald Sandler Frederick Sandler Robert Santimays Tomar Sarvis Thomas Savio William Sayrafe Raymond Schaefer George Scharnikow L Scheer Michael Scheno Brian Schneider Mark Schnellinger Richard Schrage Martin Schumacher David Schwartzberg Thomas Schwender Anthony Sciortino Donald Scott Christian Scuderi Warren Seaman James Seifert Harold Seikel Richard Sesnewicz Lee Sewell Gerard Sewell Scott Shafranek Doug Shanahan Thomas Shea Jesse Sherer James Sheridan John Sherlock James Shirley James Shuart Tom Shuey Alexander Silenok Matthew Silver Jerry Simandl Robert Sinclair Michael Skudin Gary Smalls William Smith


HOFSTRA RECORD BOOK Individual Records Goals



G me Ga me:: 100 - Mic icha haael LaC Crossse vs v . Virginia, 1989 89 Seas ason o : 62 - Ath thaan an Iannu nuuccci, 2006 C reer Ca er:: 140 - Tom m Kes essl sleer, sl r, 1999-022


Player Pl Michael Fowler Michael LaCrosse Athan Iannucci Tom Kessler Tom Kessler Bob Hiller

Year Y 1979 1989 2006 2000 2001 1974

GP 12 15 19 16 17 12

MOST GOALS,, SEASON No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Player Athan Iannucci Tom Kessler Michael LaCrosse Tom Kessler Chris Unterstein Jerry Simandl Doug Shanahan Billy Reid Michael Fowler

Year 2006 2001 1989 2000 2006 1955 2001 1971 1979

GP 19 17 15 16 19 16 17 15 12

G Goals l 40 49 62 48 51 36

PPG 3.33 3.27 3.26 3.00 3.00 3.00

Goals 62 51 49 48 45 44 43 41 40

Noo. 1 2 3 4 5 5 7 8 9 10

Play Pl ayer ay er Tom To m Keessler Jaay Ca C rd Jeerr rryy Si S ma m nd ndll Bobb Hi Bo H ll ller er Tom To m Do Dool oley ol ey Andy Carlson Phil Mordente Athan Iannucci Doug Shanahan Scott Dooley

Year 1999-2001 2008-2011 1 52-1955 19 197 9733-19 1976 76 200 0066-20 2009 009 1991-1994 1991 1994 1964-1966 2004-2006 1998-2001 1999-2002

Goaals 1140 122 1199 11 109 107 107 105 104 95 88

Assists Game: 9 - Joe Masone vs. Trinity, 1953 Season: 58 - Jerry Simandl, 1955 Career: 119 - Jerry Simandl, 1952-55


Player Paul Sullivan Joe Masone Jerry Simandl Steve Dauses Gary Rinaldi Steve Walakovits Kevin Jacobs James Metzger

Year 1958 1953 1955 1970 1991 1989 1995 1980

GP 11 14 16 16 14 15 14 10

Assists 52 52 58 49 42 43 40 28

APG 4.73 3.71 3.63 3.06 3.00 2.87 2.86 2.80




Most Games Won, Season - (17) 2006 (17-2) Most Games Lost, Season - (11) 1963 (5-11); 1972 (5-11); 1985 (3-11) Most Consecutive Wins - (17) 2006 Most Consecutive Losses - (7) 1951 Highest Winning Percentage - (.895) 2006 (17-2) Lowest Winning Percentage - (.214) 1985 (3-11) Most Goals Scored, Season - (247) 1955 (16 games) Most Goals Allowed, Season - (196) 1986 (13 games) Highest Goals per Game Average, Season - (15.4) 1955 Fewest Goals Allowed per Game Average, Season - (3.4) 1955 (55 in 16 games) Most Shutouts, Season - (2) 1952 (Cortland and Western Maryland) Most Shutouts Against, Season - (1) three times - Last time in 1969 vs. Navy Longest Game - (73:47) at Towson, 4/15/90 (4OT) Hofstra 10, Towson 9 Most Goals Scored, Game - (27) vs. CCNY, 1970 Most Goals Allowed, Game - (30) at Syracuse, 1991 Fewest Goals Scored, Game - (0) Three times - Last time in 1969 vs. Navy (0-11) Fewest Goals Scored by Opponent, Game - (0) Eight times - Last vs. CCNY, 1970 (27-0)

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HOFSTRA RECORD BOOK MOST ASSIS STS, SEASO ON Play ayyer e Yea earr Jeerr r y Si Sima mand ma ndll nd 19955 Paaul ul Sul u li liva vann va 1958 1958 19 Joee Ma Jo Maso soone sone n 19533 Stevve Da St Dauuses 1970 Phhil Mor o dente 1966 Steve Wa W lakovits 1989 Gary Rinaldi 1991 Kevin Jacobs 1995

GP G 16 11 144 166 177 15 14 14

MOST ASSISTS,, CAREER No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10

Player Year Jerry Simandl 1952-1955 Kevin Jacobs 1992-1995 Phil Mordente 1964-1966 Chris Unterstein 2003-2006 Steve Dauses 1969-1970 Scott Dooley 1999-2002 Gary Rinaldi 1990-1991 Steve Walakovits 1988-1989 Tom Kessler 1999-2002 Mike Magee 1987-1989 Phil Marino 1973-1975


Assists t 58 52 52 49 45 43 42 40

Assists 119 112 106 79 71 69 68 68 67 62 62

POINTS Game: 12 - Jerry Simandl vs. Cortland State and Union, 1955 Season: 102 - Jerry Simandl, 1955 Career: 238 - Jerry Simandl, 1952-55


BEST POINTS PER GAME AVERAGE No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Player Jerry Simandl Steve Dauses Brian Langtry Kevin Jacobs James Metzger Michael Lacrosse Phil Marino Phil Mordente Tom Kessler Michael Fowler Chris Unterstein Athan Iannucci Vince Sombrotto Rich Stoecker Jay Card

Year 1955 1970 1998 1995 1980 1989 1975 1966 2001 1979 2006 2006 1980 1976 2010

GP 16 16 14 14 10 15 13 17 17 12 19 19 13 12 13

Pts 102 84 72 69 49 67 57 74 74 52 81 80 54 49 53

PPG 6.38 5.25 5.14 4.93 4.90 4.46 4.38 4.35 4.35 4.33 4.26 4.21 4.15 4.08 4.08

MOST POINTS,, SEASON No.Player 1 Jerry Simandl 2 Steve Dauses 3 Chris Unterstein 4 Athan Iannucci 5 Phil Mordente 5 Tom Kessler

Year 1955 1970 2006 2006 1966 2001

GP 16 16 19 19 17 17

G-A 44-58 35-49 45-36 62-18 29-45 51-23

Pts. 102 84 81 80 74 74

No. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10


Yea e r 19952 52-1 -195 -1 9555 95 199644-1 -196 966 96 1999 99-2 99 -200 -2 0022 00 199922- 995 2-19 2008-20 200111 2003-20 2006 1991-1994 1999-2002 1999 2002 2004-2006 1987-1990 1995-1998

Pts 2 8 23 2111 21 2077 1922 182 166 163 157 146 142 142

SAVES Game: 36 - Joe Fowler at Navy, 1980 Season: 278 - James Toone, 1966 Career: 843 - Dave Giannone, 1987-90


Player Andrew Gvozden Matt Southard Mark Spruyt Jack Alaimo Danny Orlando

Year 2011 2006 1997 2002 2007

GP 16 19 15 14 14

GAA 6.00 6.38 6.77 7.02 7.21

MOST SAVES,, SEASON No. 1 2 3 4 5

Player James Toone Dave Giannone Joe Romeo Kevin Johnson Kevin Barry

Year 1966 1988 1993 1996 1991

GP 17 15 15 14 14

Saves 278 268 234 232 224



Player Jerryy Siima Je manndl Phil Ph il Morrde dent nte nt Tom To m Ke Kess sslle ss le ler Kevi Ke vinn Jacobs vi J y Card Ja Chriis Unterstein Ch Andy Carlson Scott Dooley Athan Iannucci Brian Foresta Brian Langtry

Dave Giannone Joe Zaffuto Dick Vielanowitz Mark Spruyt Matt Southard

1987-1990 1971-1974 1958-1960 1995-1998 2003-2006




N . No 1 2 2 4 5 6 7 8

843 777 604 574 572




Most t Goals in One Game 10 - Miicchael 10 haael LaC Cro rossee vs vs. Vi V rgginnia ia,, 19 1989 89 8 - Dav avee Do Donnate tell lllo vs llo v . Ma Masssac sac achu huse sett tts, s, 1993 8 - Owen wen W Waalshh vvss. Laafa fayettte, 194 9499 7 - Jim Femmi em mmi mine nell nell l a vs v . Nootrre Da Damee, 2003 7 - Bri rian ri ann Lanngt gtry vs. gtry s. Harrtf tfor ordd, 199 or 9988 7 - Jer e ryy Sim iman andl an dl vs. Cor ortl t an tl andd St Statte, 195 9555 7 - Bruce Yancey vs. Brown, 1983 7 - Billy Reid vs. Morgan State, 1971 6 - Anthon Anthony M Muscarella scarella at Ston Stony Brook Brook, 2008 6 - Athan Iannucci at Stony Brook, 2006 6 - Athan Iannucci vs. Sacred Heart, 2006 6 - Tom Dooley vs. Sacred Heart, 2006 6 - Tom Kessler at Delaware, 2002 6 - Tom Kessler vs. Army, 2000 6 - Tom Kessler vs. Towson, 2000 6 - Blake Miller vs. Delaware, 1996 6 - Chris Panos vs. Delaware, 1996 6 - Chris Panos vs. Delaware, 1995 6 - Andy Carlson vs. Towson State, 1991 6 - Gary Rinaldi vs. Lehigh, 1990 6 - Michael LaCrosse at Delaware, 1990 6 - Jon Cooper vs. UMBC, 1988 6 - Ken Curry vs. Hobart, 1988 6 - Vinnie Sombrotto vs. New Hampshire, 1980 6 - Mike Fowler vs. Brown, 1979 6 - Mike Fowler vs. LIU-C.W. Post, 1979 6 - Kevin Huff vs. NY Tech, 1978 6 - Bill Hanlon vs. MIT, 1969 6 - Mike D’Amato vs. MIT, 1968 6 - Phil Avillo vs. Rutgers, 1963 6 - Joe Krupinski vs. New Hampshire, 1958 6 - Joe Krupinski vs. MIT, 1958 6 - Alex Fedoroff vs. Trinity, 1953 5 - Kevin Ford vs. Delaware, 2011 5 - Jamie Lincoln at Towson, 2011 5 - Jamie Lincoln vs. Harvard, 2011 5 - Stephen Bentz vs. Towson, 2010 5 - Jay Card vs. Army, 2010 5 - Stephen Bentz vs. Sacred Heart, 2010 5 - Jamie Lincoln vs. Johns Hopkins, 2010 5 - Jay Card vs. Delaware, 2009

5 - Kev evÒi Òinn Fo Òi Ford rd vs. Stony Bro rook ro ok,, 20 ok 2 09 0 5 - Jay ay Card vs. Sa Sacr c ed Heaart cr rt,, 20 2 08 5 - Tom Doo o leyy vs vs. Sacrredd Heart, 20 2 08 5 - Ant ntho hoony Mus usccarellaa vs vs. Tows wsson on,, 20008 5 - Ath than an Ian annu nucc ccii vs vs.. Prov ovid i ence id ce*, *, 200 0066 5 - Ath than an Ian annu nuccci at Rob o er e t Mo M rr rris iss, 20 2006 066 5 - Tom Doo oole l y at le at Vil illla lanovaa, 20 2006 06 5 - Athan Iannuccii vs. Brown, 20006 5 - Scott Dooley vs. Army, 2002 5 - Tom Kessler vs. Air Force, 2001 5 - Tom Kessler vs. Hartford, 2001 5 - Tom Kessler vs. Towson, 2001 5 - Tom Kessler vs. Virginia*, 2001 5 - Doug Shanahan vs. Drexel, 2001 5 - Doug Shanahan vs. Delaware, 2001 5 - Tom Kessler vs. Air Force, 2000 5 - Joe Kostolansky vs. Towson, 2000 5 - Doug Shanahan vs. Brown, 1998 5 - Jarred Testa vs. Towson, 1997 5 - Anthony Alexander vs. Rutgers, 1996 5 - Kevin Jacobs vs. New Hampshire, 1995 5 - Andy Carlson vs. Rutgers, 1994 5 - Andy Carlson vs. Air Force, 1994 5 - Andy Carlson vs. Providence, 1993 5 - Dave Donatello vs. Loyola, 1993 5 - Joe Barra vs. UMBC, 1992 5 - Dom DiNardo vs. St. John’s, 1991 5 - Dom DiNardo vs. Virginia, 1991 5 - Joe Barra vs. Drexel, 1991 5 - Michael Ricigliano at LIU-C.W. Post, 1990 5 - Michael Laudenslager vs. Cornell, 1990 5 - Michael Laudenslager vs. Penn State, 1990 5 - Jon Cooper vs. Drexel, 1988 5 - Brian Foresta vs. Lehigh, 1988 5 - Brian Foresta vs. Lafayette, 1987 5 - Tony Perettine vs. St. John’s, 1984 5 - Tony Perettine vs Towson, 1984 5 - Bruce Yancey vs. Baltimore, 1983 5 - Dave McCulloch vs. Navy, 1983 5 - Vinnie Sombrotto vs. Penn State, 1980 5 - Vinnie Sombrotto vs. Army, 1980 5 - Vinnie Sombrotto at Brown, 1980 5 - Mike Fowler vs. Boston College, 1979 5 - Mike Fowler vs. Dartmouth, 1979 5 - Mike Fowler vs. Washington & Lee, 1979 5 - Vinnie Sombrotto vs. Massachusetts, 1978 5 - Jim Kuhner vs. LIU-C.W. Post, 1972 5 - Steve Dauses vs. Air Force, 1970 5 - Alfred Lettera vs. New Hampshire, 1966 5 - Phil Mordente vs. Bowdoin, 1966 5 - Phil Mordente vs. Washington, 1966 5 - Alex Fedoroff vs. CCNY, 1953 5 - Alex Fedoroff vs. Milburn LC, 1953


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Most Assists in One Game 9 - Jooseph p Masoon ph one vs one vs.. Tr Trin i ity, in y 195 953 8 - Ph Phil il Mor o dennte vs. Addel elph phhi, i 196 9 4 8 - Pa Paul ul Sullli l va vann vs.. MIT T, 195 958 8 - Je Jerr rryy Sima Siimandl vss. Unnio ion, n 195 9555 8 - Jerry Si Simandl vs. Miiddleebu bury ry, 1955 5 7 - Kevin Jacobs vs. Delaware, 1995 7 - Steve Walakovits vs. Army, y 1989 7 - Steve Dauses vs. CCNY, 1970 7 - Phil Mordente vs. Adelphi, 1966 6 - Brian Langtry vs. Towson, 1998 6 - Kevin Jacobs vs. New Hampshire, 1995 6 - Jim Metzger vs. Towson, 1980 6 - Jim Metzger vs. Penn State, 1980 5 - Chris Unterstein at Robert Morris, 2006 5 - Brian Langtry vs. Army, 1998 5 - Kevin Jacobs vs. St. John’s, 1995 5 - Andy Carlson vs. Army, 1994 5 - Kevin Jacobs vs. Michigan State, 1994 5 - Kevin Jacobs vs. Lafayette, 1993 5 - Steve Walakovits vs. Delaware, 1989 5 - Steve Walakovits vs. St. John’s, 1989 5 - Jim Metzger vs. North Carolina State, 1980 5 - Vinnie Sombrotto vs. Baltimore, 1980 5 - Kevin Huff vs. NY Tech, 1978 5 - Doug Nastro vs. Baltimore, 1974 5 - Mike D’Amato vs. Bowdoin, 1968 5 - Paul Sullivan vs. Washington College, 1958 5 - Jerry Simandl vs Cortland State, 1955

Most Points in One Game e 12 - Jerry Simandl vs. Cortland State, 1955 (7-5) 12 - Jerry Simandl vs. Union, 1955 (4-8) 11 - Kevin Jacobs vs. New Hampshire, 19955 (5-6) 11 - Michael LaCrosse vs. Virginia, 1989 (10-1) 11 - Kevin Huff vs. NY Tech, 1978 (6-5) 11 - Phil Mordente vs. Adelphi, 1964 (3-8) 10 - Jerry Simandl vs. Middlebury, 1955 (2-8) 10 - Steve Walakovits vs. Army, 1989 (3-7) 10 - Steve Dauses vs. CCNY, 1970 (3-7) 10 - Paul Sullivan vs. MIT, 1958 (2-8) 10 - Joseph Masone vs. CCNY, 1953 (4-6) 10 - Joseph Masone vs. Trinity, 1953 (1-9) 9 - Chris Unterstein at Robert Morris, 2006 (4-5) 9 - Dave Donatello vs. Massachusetts, 19933 (8-1) 9 - Gary Rinaldi vs. Lehigh, 1990 (6-3) 9 - Michael LaCrosse vs. Army, y 1989 ((5-4)) 9 - Dave McCulloch vs. Navy, 1983 (5-4) 9 - Billy Reid vs. Morgan State, 1971 (7-2) 9 - Mike D’Amato vs. Bowdoin, 1968 (4-5)) 9 - Phil Mordente vs. Adelphi, 1966 (2-7) 9 - Doug Nastro vs. Baltimore, 1974 (4-5) 8 - Jay Card vs. Army, 2010 (5-3) 8 - Jamie Lincoln at St. John’s, 2010 (4-4) 8 - Jamie Lincoln vs. Johns Hopkins, 2010 (5-3)


Most Goals in One Season 62 - Athan Iannucci, 2006 (1) 51 - Tom Kessler, 2001 (6) 49 - Michael LaCrosse, 1989 48 - Tom Kessler, 2000 (5) 45 - Chris Unterstein, 2006 (10) 44 - Jerry Simandl, 1955 (2) 43 - Doug Shanahan, 2001 (20) 41 - Billy Reid, 1971 40 - Michael Fowler, 1979 (10) 39 - Phil Mordente, 1965 (4) 38 - Tom Dooley, 2006 38 - Sean Bolger, 1988 37 - Joe Kostolansky, 2000 37 - Brian Langtry, 1998 (22) 37 - Bruce Yancey, 1983 37 - Vinnie Sombrotto, 1980 37 - John Stranahan, 1954 (4) 36 - Bob Hiller, 1974 36 - Blake Miller, 1996 35 - Jay Card, 2009 (16) 35 - Jim Femminella, 2003 35 - Andy Carlson, 1991 35 - Steve Dauses, 1970 (7) 34 - Gary Boyle, 1955 34 - Mike D’Amato, 1968 34 - Alex Fedoroff, 1953 (7) 33 - Jamie Lincoln, 2010 (21) 33 - Dave Donatello, 1993 33 - Joe Krupinski, 1958 (7) 33 - John Stranahan, 1955 33 - Jerry Simandl, 1953 (9) 32 - Mike D’Amato, 1967 (10) 32 - Bob Hiller, 1976 31 - Jay Card, 2010 (19) 31 - Scott Dooley, 2002 31 - Bob Hiller, 1973 30 - Andy Carlson, 1994 30 - Bob Hiller, 1975

Most Assists in One Season

]Most Saves in One

58 - Jerry Simandl, 1955 (1) 52 - Paul Sullivan, 1958 52 - Joseph Masone, 1953 (2) 49 - Steve Dauses, 1970 (1) 45 - Phil Mordente, 1966 (2) 43 - Steve Walakovits, 1989 42 - Gary Rinaldi, 1991 40 - Kevin Jacobs, 1995 40 - Paul Sullivan, 1958 36 - Chris Unterstein, 2006 (2) 35 - Brian Langtry, 1998 (4) 34 - Jerry Simandl, 1954 (6) 33 - Kevin Jacobs, 1993 32 - Phil Mordente, 1965 (8) 31 - Tim Goldstein, 1985 31 - Rich Stoecker, 1976 31 - Phil Marino, 1975 (8) 30 - Joseph Masone, 1952 (7)

278 - James Toone, 1966 (2) 268 - Dave Giannone, 1988 234 - Joe Romeo, 1993 232 - Kevin Johnson, 1996 229 - Joe Zaffuto, 1972 224 - Kevin Barry, 1991 213 - Dick Vielkanowitz, 1960 (4) 210 - James Toone, 1967 (4) 202 - Dave Giannone, 1989 202 - Ross Uhlfelder, 1969 202 - Dick Vielkanowitz, 1958 (6) 195 - Mark Spruyt, 1998 (3) 195 - Mark Spruyt, 1997 195 - Joe Zaffuto, 1973 (4) 194 - Dick Vielkanowitz, 1959 (3) 192 - Dave Giannone, 1990 188 - Mark Anthony, 1984 183 - Mark Spruyt, 1995 181 - Matt Southard, 2003 181 - Dave Giannone, 1987 181 - Ross Uhlfelder, 1968 179 - Mike Demeo, 2000 179 - Joe Romeo, 1994 177 - Joe Zaffuto, 1971

Most Points in One Season 102 - Jerry Simandl, 1955 (44-58) (1) 84 - Steve Dauses, 1970 (35-49) (1) 81 - Chris Unterstein, 2006 (45-36) (2) 80 - Athan Iannucci, 2006 (62-18) (3) 74 - Phil Mordente, 1966 (29-45) (3) 74 - Tom Kessler, 2001 (51-23) (8) 72 - Brian Langtry, 1998 (37-35) (3) 72 - Paul Sullivan, 1958 (20-52) 71 - Phil Mordente, 1965 (32-39) (3) 70 - Joseph Masone, 1953 (18-52) 69 - Kevin Jacobs, 1995 (29-40) 67 - Michael LaCrosse, 1989 (49-18) 64 - Phil Mordente, 1964 (5) 61 - Tom Kessler, 2000 (48-13) (17) 60 - Joe Kostolansky, 2000 (37-23) (17) 58 - Steve Walakovits, 1989 (15-43) 57 - Phil Marino, 1975 (26-31) (13) 56 - Sean Bolger, 1988 (38-18) 56 - Jerry Simandl, 1954 (22-34) 56 - Doug Shanahan, 2001 (43-13) 54 - Vinnie Sombrotto, 1980 (37-17) 54 - Gary Boyle, 1955 (34-20) 53 - Jay Card, 2010 (31-22) 53 - Jamie Lincoln, 2010 (33-20) 53 - Blake Miller, 1996 (36-17) 53 - Steve Walakovits, 1988 (28-25) 53 - Phil Marino, 1975 (25-28) 53 - Billy Reid, 1971 (41-12) 52 - Michael Fowler, 1979 (40-12) 52 - Joseph Masone, 1952 (22-30) 51 - Tom Dooley, 2006 (38-13) 51 - Kevin Jacobs, 1993 (18-33) 51 - Gary Rinaldi, 1990 (25-26) 51 - Kevin Huff, 1978 (32-19) 50 - Joe Kostolansky, 2003 (29-21) 50 - Andy Carlson, 1994 (30-20) 50 - Gary Rinaldi, 1991 (8-42) 50 - Steve Dauses, 1969 (28-22) 50 - Mike D’Amato, 1967 (32-18)


Number in bold () is national ranking The records included in this section are the only Men’s Lacrosse records that are documented in the Hofstra Athletic Communications Office. That office welcomes documented additions or corrections to the record book from media, alumni or boosters. A hearty thanks is extended to Hofstra alumni who contributed to the development of this record section.


8 - Athan Iannucci vs. Providence*, 2006 (5-3) 8 - Athan Iannucci at Villanova, 2006 (4-4) 8 - Tom Kessler vs. Hartford, 2001 (5-3) 8 - Tom Kessler vs. Towson, 2001 (5-3) 8 - Tom Kessler vs. Army, 2000 (6-2) 8 - Kevin Jacobs vs. St. John’s, 1995 (3-5) 8 - Kevin Jacobs vs. Delaware, 1995 (1-7) 8 - Andy Carlson vs. Army, 1994 (3-5) 8 - Gary Rinaldi vs. Drexel, 1991 (4-4) 8 - Vinnie Sombrotto vs. New Hampshire, 1980 (6-2) 8 - Vinnie Sombrotto vs. Baltimore, 1980 (3-5) 8 - Jim Metzger vs. Penn State, 1980 (2-6) 8 - Jim Metzger vs. Towson, 1980 (2-6) 8 - Jim Metzger vs. North Carolina State, 1980 (3-5)






GOALS Year 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Name Alfred Lettera Michael D’Amato Michael D’Amato Steve Dauses Steve Dauses Billy Reid Jim Kuhner Bob Hiller Bob Hiller Bob Hiller Bob Hiller Rich Stoecker Kevin Huff Michael Fowler Vince Sombrotto Gary Arnold Gary Arnold Bruce Yancey Tony Perettine John Conroy John Conroy Jon Cooper Sean Bolger Michael LaCrosse Michael Laudenslager Andy Carlson Joe Barra Dave Donatello Andy Carlson

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GP 17 15 13 14 16 15 16 14 12 12 12 12 13 12 13 11 13 14 14 12 12 16 15 15 14 14 13 16 13

Goals 33 32 34 28 35 41 18 31 36 30 32 18 32 40 37 23 18 37 26 26 21 24 38 49 32 35 18 33 30

GPG 1.94 2.13 2.34 2.00 2.19 2.73 1.13 2.21 3.00 2.50 2.67 1.50 2.38 3.33 2.38 2.09 1.38 2.64 1.86 2.17 1.75 1.50 2.53 3.27 2.29 2.50 1.38 2.06 2.30

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

ASSISTS Year 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001



Kevin Jacobs Blake Miller Jarred Testa Brian Langtry Chad Eisenhart Tom Kessler Tom Kessler Scott Dooley Jim Femminella Chris Unterstein Athan Iannucci Athan Iannucci Tom Dooley Anthony Muscarella Jay Card Jay Card Jamie Lincoln Jay Card Jamie Lincoln

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name Phil Mordente Michael D’Amato Michael D’Amato Paul Arena Steve Dauses Steve Dauses Bruce Ramirez Bob DeMarco Bob Auguste Doug Nastro Phil Marino Rich Stoecker Rich Stoecker Kevin Huff James Metzger Michael Fowler James Metzger George Mueller Gary Arnold Dave McCulloch Tim Goldstein Tim Goldstein Brian Robinson Mike Magee Steve Walakovits Steve Walakovits Gary Rinaldi Gary Rinaldi Kevin Jacobs Kevin Jacobs Kevin Jacobs Kevin Jacobs Blake Miller Paul Judge Brian Langtry Brad Obloj Joe Kostolansky Tom Kessler Scott Dooley Tom Kessler Joe Kostolansky Chris Unterstein Chris Unterstein Chris Unterstein Mike Unterstein Michael Colleluori Michael Colleluori Jay Card Jay Card Ian Braddish

14 14 15 14 16 16 17 14 17 14 15 19 14 16 15 13 14 16 16

29 36 22 37 22 48 51 31 35 18 27 62 26 28 35 31 33 29 29

2.07 2.57 1.47 2.64 1.38 3.00 3.00 2.21 2.06 1.29 1.80 3.26 1.86 1.75 2.33 2.38 2.36 1.81 1.81

GP 17 15 13 13 14 16 15 16 14 12 13 12 12 13 11 12 10 11 13 14 14 12 13 7 14 15 14 14 13 16 13 14 14 15 14 16 16 17 17 14 17 14 16 19 14 16 15 13 16 16

ASTS. 45 18 15 15 22 49 19 13 26 27 31 31 18 19 12 12 28 13 12 23 23 31 15 17 25 43 26 42 13 33 26 40 17 13 35 19 23 23 23 21 21 13 22 36 18 15 22 22 17 17

APG 2.65 1.20 1.15 1.15 1.57 3.06 1.27 0.81 1.86 2.25 2.38 2.58 1.50 1.46 1.09 1.00 2.80 1.18 0.92 1.64 1.64 2.58 1.15 2.43 1.79 2.87 1.86 3.00 1.00 2.06 2.00 2.86 1.21 0.87 2.50 1.19 1.44 1.35 1.35 1.50 1.23 0.93 1.38 1.89 1.29 0.94 1.46 1.69 1.06 1.06


1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name Phil Mordente Michael D’Amato Michael D’Amato Steve Dauses Steve Dauses Billy Reid Jim Kuhner Billy Reid Doug Nastro Phil Marino Rich Stoecker Rich Stoecker Kevin Huff Michael Fowler Vince Sombrotto James Metzger Gary Arnold Gary Arnold Dave McCulloch Dave McCulloch Tony Perettine Tim Goldstein Brian Robinson Brian Foresta Sean Bolger Michael LaCrosse Gary Rinaldi Gary Rinaldi Andy Carlson Kevin Jacobs Andy Carlson Kevin Jacobs Blake Miller Paul Judge Brian Langtry Doug Shanahan Tom Kessler Tom Kessler Tom Kessler Joe Kostolansky Chris Unterstein Athan Iannucci Chris Unterstein Tom Dooley Anthony Muscarella Jay Card Jay Card Jamie Lincoln Jay Card

GP 17 15 13 14 16 15 16 14 12 13 12 12 13 12 13 10 11 13 14 14 14 12 13 14 15 15 14 14 13 16 13 14 14 15 14 16 16 17 14 17 14 15 19 14 16 15 13 14 16

G-A 29-45 32-18 34-15 28-20 35-49 41-12 18-5 30-12 19-27 26-31 18-31 18-18 32-19 40-12 37-17 21-28 23-12 18-12 26-23 20-16 26-10 9-31 18-15 22-14 38-18 49-18 25-26 8-42 17-11 18-33 30-20 29-40 36-17 21-13 37-35 21-14 48-13 51-23 28-21 29-21 18-13 27-13 45-36 26-2 28-14 35-9 31-22 33-20 29-17

Pts. 74 50 49 50 84 53 23 42 46 57 49 36 51 52 54 49 35 30 49 36 36 40 33 34 56 67 51 50 28 51 50 69 53 34 72 35 61 74 49 50 31 40 81 28 42 44 53 53 46

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Year 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name Gary Merkle Marc Riccio Dave Giannone Dave Giannone Dave Giannone Dave Giannone Kevin Barry Kevin Johnson Joe Romeo Joe Romeo Mark Spruyt Kevin Johnson Mark Spruyt Mark Spruyt Michael Demeo Michael Demeo Jack Alaimo Jack Alaimo Matt Southard Matt Southard Matt Southard Matt Southard Danny Orlando Danny Orlando Andrew Gvozden Rob Bellairs Andrew Gvozden

GP 9 12 11 15 15 14 14 11 15 12 14 14 15 14 16 16 12 14 17 14 13 19 14 16 13 10 16

GA-SVS. 115-98 116-161 97-181 113-268 129-202 115-192 176-224 82-91 140-234 121-179 115-183 157-232 100-195 116-195 110-172 141-179 86-103 92-118 145-181 146-168 96-106 116-117 101-130 138-133 109-137 62-41 90-136

GAA 12.78* 9.67 8.82* 7.79* 8.60 10.13 13.10 10.49 9.89 10.61 9.97 11.32 6.77 8.61 7.67 9.14 11.02 7.02 9.23 10.82 8.42 6.38 7.21 8.56 8.38 8.81 6.00

*Official goals against average unavailable. Average indicated is based on total team games and goals allowed.



Year 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980




HOFSTRA LACROSSE AWARD WINNERS NATIONAL LACROSSE HALL OF FAME Al Brisotti - Elected 1959 Howdy Myers - Elected 1973 Vin Sombrotto - Elected 1997


LONG ISLAND LACROSSE HALL OF FAME Howdy Myers - Elected 1986 Jim Condon - Elected 1986 Al Brisotti - Elected 1987 Jack Kaley - Elected 1987 Phil Marino - Elected 1990 Jim Garvey - Elected 1993

UNITED STATES WORLD TEAM MEMBERS Jack Kaley - 1974 (Assistant Coach) Phil Marino - 1978 Vin Sombrotto - 1982, 1986, 1990, 1994 Rich Garguilo - 1992 (Under 19) Kevin Jacobs - 1992 (Under 19) Blake Miller - 1998, 2006 Evan Kostewka - 1998 (Under 19) Doug Shanahan - 2002 (MVP), 2006 Nicky Polanco - 2002 (Alternate), 2006 Brett Moyer - 2003 (Under 19)



Vin Sombrotto - Elected 1994 Carl Orent - Elected 1996 Joe Kovar - Elected 1996 Ray Buckley - Elected 1998 John Danowski - Elected 2000 Tim Goldstein - Elected 2003 Kevin Huff - Elected 2010 Dave McCulloch - Elected 2011 Jerry Simandl - Elected 2011 Blake Miller - Elected 2012

Walt Kohanowich - Hofstra College & Class of 2006 Owen Walsh - Hofstra College & Class of 2006 Howdy Myers - Class of 2006 Carl Orent - Class of 2006 Dr. James M. Shuart - Class of 2006 Jerry Simandl - Class of 2007 Phil Marino - Class of 2008 Bob Hiller - Class of 2009 Al LaHood - Class of 2009 Phil Mordente - Class of 2009 Harry Royle - Class of 2009 Mike D’Amato - Class of 2011 Rudy Fiorvanti - Class of 2011


HOFSTRA LACROSSE ALL-AMERICANS Year Name 1952 Joe Masone Vincent Vieten Owen Walsh 1953 William Donnolly Vincent Vieten Joe Masone 1954 Carl Orent Albert Lahood 1955 Carl Orent Jerry Simandl John Stranahan John Fahey Al Lahood Lorel Teolis Gary Boyle 1956 John Stranahan Gary Boyle Peter Salit 1957 Marco Gazich 1958 Paul Sullivan Richard Vielkanowitz George Wiemer 1959 Richard Vielkanowitz 1960 Richard Vielkanowitz Frank Cozart William Heiser Frank Mauro 1961 Frank Cozart William Heiser 1965 Ronald Hansen Phil Mordente 1966 Phil Mordente 1967 Frank Marcinowski 1968 Frank Marcinowski Mike D’Amato Dick Swanson 1970 Steve Dauses

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

Team H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st 3rd H.M. 3rd H.M. 1st 2nd 3rd H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 3rd H.M. H.M. 3rd H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 2nd H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 3rd H.M. 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd

1971 John Overs Defense William Hanlon Midfield 1972 Joseph Zaffuto Goal 1973 Phil Marino Midfield Joseph Zaffuto Goal Doug Nastro Attack 1974 Tom Calder Midfield Bob Rullan Defense Joseph Zaffuto Goal 1975 Tom Calder Midfield Ray Mills Defense Phil Marino Attack 1976 Bob Hiller Attack Richard Lewton Defense 1977 Kevin Huff Midfield Richard Lewton Defense 1978 Kevin Huff Midfield Richard Lewton Defense 1979 Michael Fowler Attack 1980 Vin Sombrotto Midfield Ed Wallace Defense James Metzger Attack 1983 Joseph Fowler Defense Bob Quinlan Midfield 1984 Dave McCulloch Midfield Mikko Red Arrow Midfield 1985 Dave McCulloch Midfield Ed Geiger Defense 1989 Michael LaCrosse Attack 1990 Michael Laudenslager Midfield 1991 Michael Laudenslager Midfield 1993 Dave Heumann Defense Dave Donatello Attack Michael Ricigliano Midfield 1994 Dom DiNardo Midfield Dave Heumann Defense 1995 Kevin Jacobs Midfield


1st H.M. H.M. 1st 3rd H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 2nd 3rd H.M. 3rd H.M. 3rd H.M. 2nd H.M. 3rd 2nd 2nd H.M. H.M. H.M. 3rd H.M. 3rd H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 3rd H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.

1996 Anthony Alexander Blake Miller 1997 Mark Spruyt 1998 Mark Spruyt Brian Langtry 1999 Doug Shanahan Brain Spallina Kevin Warne 2000 Brian Spallina Doug Shanahan 2001 Doug Shanahan Tom Kessler Nicky Polanco 2002 Nicky Polanco Tom Kessler Paul Rao 2003 Brian Zuchelli 2004 Brett Moyer 2005 Brett Moyer 2006 Chris Unterstein Brett Moyer Athan Iannucci John Keysor Sean McCarthy John Orsen 2007 Kevin Unterstein 2008 Anthony Muscarella 2009 Jay Card Michael Colleluori Christian Scuderi 2010 Jay Card Jamie Lincoln 2011 John Antoniades Jay Card Andrew Gvozden Michael Skudin

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

3rd H.M. 3rd 3rd H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. 1st 2nd 1st 3rd H.M. 1st 2nd H.M. H.M. H.M. 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.



1966 1967

Defense Attack Midfield Defense Midfield Midfield Defense Attack Defense Attack Attack Attack Attack Midfield Defense Defense Defense









Dave McCulloch Mike Minisini Dave Giannone Steve Walakovits Mike McGinley Mike Magee Sean Bolger Tom Byrne Michael LaCrosse Steve Walakovits Michael Laudenslager Mike Magee Tom Byrne Michael Laudenslager Gary Rinaldi Matt Cady Joe Barra Michael Laudenslager Gary Rinaldi Joe Barra Anthony Bellomo Andy Carlson Dom DiNardo Kevin Johnson

Midfield Midfield Goalie (MVP) Attack Midfield Midfield Attack Defense Attack (MVP) Attack Midfield Midfield Defense Midfield (MVP) Attack Defense Midfield Midfield Attack Midfield Defense Attack Attack Goalie



Kevin Jacobs Doug Altmansberger Dave Heumann Brian Holland Mark Spruyt Blake Miller Anthony Alexander Craig Flynn Chris Panos

Attack (MVP) Defense Defense Midfield Goalie Attack (MVP) Midfield Defense Attack - 2nd



Paul Judge Ryan Grimes Jarred Testa Rich Langtry Jamie Delgado Mark Spruyt Brian Langtry (MVP) Doug Shanahan (Rookie) Kevin Warne

Midfield Defense Attack - 2nd Midfield - 2nd Defense - 2nd Goalie - 2nd Attack - 1st Midfield - 1st Defense - 1st

Mark Spruyt Joe Ghedina Brad Obloj Doug Shanahan Joe Ghedina Kevin Warne Joe Amplo Mike Demeo Brian Spallina Scott Dooley (Rookie) Tom Kessler Joe Kostolansky Brian Spallina Mike Demeo Doug Shanahan Evan Kostewka Doug Shanahan (MVP) Tom Kessler Mike Tierney Nick Polanco

Goalie -1st Midfield - 2nd Attack - 1st Midfield - 1st Midfield - 1st Defense - 1st Defense - 1st Goalie - 1st Midfield - 2nd Midfield - 2nd

2010 Attack - 1st Attack - 1st Midfield - 1st Goalie - 1st Midfield - 2nd Midfield - 2nd Midfield - 1st


Attack - 1st Midfield - 2nd Defense - 2nd



Nicky Polanco Defense - 1st (Player of the Year & Defensive Player of the Year) Tom Kessler Attack - 1st Scott Dooley Attack - 2nd Evan LaPenna Defense - 2nd Jack Alaimo Goalie - 2nd 2003 Joe Kostolansky Attack - 1st Mike Morrison Midfield - 1st Brian Zuchelli Defense - 1st Brett Moyer Defense - 2nd (Rookie of the Year) Jim Femminella Attack - 2nd Michael Allain Midfield - 2nd Matthew Southard Goalie - 2nd 2004 Brett Moyer Defense - 1st Chris Unterstein Attack - 1st Ryan Vilar Midfield - 2nd 2005 Brett Moyer Defense - 1st (Defensive Player of the Year) Athan Iannucci Attack - 1st Chris Unterstein Attack - 2nd Mike Unterstein Midfield Rookie (Rookie of the Year) Kevin Unterstein Midfielder Rookie James Tuohy Goalie - Rookie 2006 Chris Unterstein Attack - 1st (Player of the Year) Brett Moyer Defense - 1st (Defensive Player of the Year) Sean McCarthy Defense - 1st Athan Iannucci Attack - 1st John Keysor Midfield - 1st John Orsen Midfield 1st Matt Southard Goal - 1st Tom Dooley Attack (Rookie of the Year) 2007 Tom Dooley Attack - 2nd Adam Swarsen Defense - 2nd Kevin Unterstein Midfield - 2nd Michael Unterstein Midfield - 2nd 2008 Kevin Unterstein Midfield - 1st (Defensive Player of the Year) Anthony Muscarella Midfield - 1st

Jay Card Attack - 2nd (Rookie of the Year) Michael Unterstein Midfield - 2nd Steve Prifte Midfield - 2nd Jay Card Attack - 1st (Player of the Year) Michael Colleluori Midfield - 1st Christian Scuderi Defense - 1st Steven DeNapoli Midfield - 2nd Steve Prifte Defense - 2nd Jay Card Attack - 1st Brad Loizeaux Midfield - 1st Jamie Lincoln Attack - 2nd Adam Mojica Midfield - 2nd Michael Skudin Defense - 2nd Michael Skudin Defense - 1st (Defensive Player of the Year) John Antoniades Midfield - 1st Ian Braddish Midfield - 1st Jay Card Attack - 1st Adam Mojica Midfield - 1st Steve DeNapoli Midfield - 2nd Andrew Gvozden Goal - 2nd Jamie Lincoln Attack - 2nd


2004 2005 2006

2007 2008

2009 2011

Joe Kostolansky Brian Zuchelli Bryan Walker Athan Ianucci Chris Unterstein Jon Edwards Len Panarelli Athan Iannucci Valuable Player) Tim Treubig Ryan Kelaher Matt Southard Kevin Unterstein Julian Watts Kevin Unterstein

Collin Stabler Jack Vivonetto Joe Montemurro Steve DeNapoli Michael Skudin Steve DeNapoli

Attack Defense Midfield Attack Attack Defense Midfield Attack (Most Midfield Defense Goal Midfield Defense Midfield (Most Valuable Player) Defense Defense Midfield Midfield Defense Midfield



2009 2010

Tom Interlicchio Danny Orlando Dan Stein Jay Card

Steve DeNapoli Andrew Gvozden Kevin Ford John Antoniades Cody Solaja Adrian Sorichetti

Midfield Goal Attack Attack (Rookie of the Year) Midfield Goalie Attack Midfield Defense Midfield



1961 1963 1964

Carl Orent Jerry Simandl John Stranahan Lorel Teolis William Heiser William Heiser Charles Menagh Phil Mordente Ron Hansen Phil Mordente Howard Myers III Phil Mordente Mike D’Amato Art Konopacki Frank Marcinowski Larry Reid Ed Wozniak



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INTERNATIONAL WORLD TEAM MEMBERS Jim Dobreff - 2002 (Sweden Coach) Gerry Donaghy - 2002 (Scotland) Michael Tierney - 2002 (Ireland) Jack Kaley - 2002 (Germany Coach) Jay Card - 2008 (Canada - Under 19)

TEWAARATON TROPHY (College Lacrosse Player of the Year) Doug Shanahan - 2001


1996 - North Atlantic Conference 1997 - America East 1998 - America East 2000 - America East 2006 - Colonial Athletic Association 2008 - Colonial Athletic Association

USILA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE ALL-AMERICA TEAM 1998 2000 2003 2005 2005 2006 2009 2011

Mark Spruyt Brian Spallina Michael Allain Jon Edwards Ryan Vilar Chris Unterstein Michael Colleluori Michael Skudin


(USILA Division I Coach of the Year) 1970 - Howdy Myers 1993 - John Danowski


2001 Lance Yeagle Defense

(USILA Division I Player of the Year) Doug Shanahan - 2001

LT. DONALD MCLAUGHLIN AWARD WINNER (USILA Division I Midfielder of the Year) Doug Shanahan - 2001

HOFSTRA LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1955 - Laurie Cox Division 1960 - Laurie Cox Division - Northwest 1961 - Laurie Cox Division - Northwest 1965 - Laurie Cox Division 1969 - Metropolitan Division 1970 - Metropolitan Division 1971 - Metropolitan Division 1973 - Metropolitan Division 1988 - East Coast Conference 1989 - East Coast Conference 1995 - North Atlantic Conference


1999 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2008 2009 2011

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HOFSTRA NORTH-SOUTH ALLSTAR GAME COACHES Howdy Myers - North Head Coach 1957, North Assistant Coach 1953, 1962, 1974 Harry Royle - North Assistant Coach 1984 John Danowski - North Assistant Coach 1990

CONFERENCE SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS 1988 1989 1990 1995 1996 1998

Goalie Midfield Midfield Defense Midfield Attack Midfield Defense

Dave Giannone Michael LaCrosse Michael Laudenslager Kevin Jacobs Blake Miller Brian Langtry Doug Shanahan Scott Dooley Doug Shanahan Nicky Polanco

Goalie Attack Midfield Attack Attack Attack Midfield Midfield Midfield Defense


Brett Moyer Brett Moyer Mike Unterstein Chris Unterstein Brett Moyer Tom Dooley Kevin Unterstein Jay Card Jay Card Michael Skudin

Defense Defense Midfield Attack Defense Attack Defense Attack Attack Defense


Most Valuable Player Most Valuable Player Most Valuable Player Most Valuable Player Most Valuable Player Most Valuable Player Rookie of the Year Rookie of the Year Most Valuable Player Player of the Year Defensive Player of the Year Rookie of the Year Defensive Player of the Year Rookie of the Year Player of the Year Defensive Player of the Year Rookie of the Year Defensive Player of the Year Rookie of the Year Player of the Year Defensive Player of the Year


USILA NORTH-SOUTH GAME MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 1975 - Phil Marino 2001 - Doug Shanahan 2006 - Brett Moyer

CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD 1995 - John Danowski - North Atlantic Conference 1996 - John Danowski - North Atlantic Conference 2002 - John Danowski - Colonial Athletic Association 2006 - John Danowski - Colonial Athletic Association 2009 - Seth Tierney - Colonial Athletic Association

THE JAMES ADAMS SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD (Presented by National Intercollegiate Lacrosse Officials Association) 1994 - Hofstra University - Coach John Danowski

THE JOSEPH “FRENCHY” JULIEN SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD (Presented by the Metropolitan New York Officials Association) 1988 - Hofstra University - Coach John Danowski 1989 - Hofstra University - Coach John Danowski 1994 - Hofstra University - Coach John Danowski

NCAA DIVISION I TOURNAMENT TEAMS 1971 - First Round 1973 - First Round 1974 - First Round 1975 - First Round 1978 - First Round 1993 - Quarterfinals 1996 - First Round 1997 - First Round 1999 - Quarterfinals

2000 - First Round 2001 - Quarterfinals 2003 - First Round 2006 - Quarterfinals 2008 - First Round 2009 - First Round 2010 - First Round 2011 - First Round

FINAL NATIONAL RANKINGS 1952 - 15th 1953 - 13th 1954 - 11th 1955 - 3rd 1956 - 11th 1957 - 13th 1958 - 9th 1959 - 14th 1960 - 14th 1961 - 15th 1962 - 13th 1965 - 18th 1969 - 14th 1970 - 10th 1971 - 10th 1972 - 20th

1973 - 5th 1974 - 7th 1975 - 6th 1976 - 10th 1977 - 13th 1978 - 7th 1983 - 9th 1984 - 11th 1988 - 13th 1989 - 14th 1990 - 19th 1991 - 16th 1993 - 11th 1994 - 20th 1995 - 17th 1996 - 12th

1997 - 12th 1998 - 14th 1999 - 8th 2000 - 10th 2001 - 11th 2002 - 6th 2003 -10th 2005 - 20th 2006 - 2nd 2008 - 16th 2009 - 10th 2010 - 14th 2011 - 13th


1994 - Andy Carlson - Attack 1995 - Doug Altmansberger - Defense 1996 - Blake Miller - Attack 1997 - Rich Langtry - Midfield 1998 - Armando Polanco - Defense 1999 - Jay Artinian - Midfield 2000 - David Neidhart - Goalie 2001 - Ed Hilbert - Midfield 2002 - Dave Sweeny - Defense 2003 - Steve Izzo - Goalie 2004 - Jon Edwards - Defense 2005 - Len Panarelli - Midfield 2006 - John Gorman - Midfield 2007 - John Gorman - Midfield 2008 - Anthony Muscarella - Midfield 2009 - Jack Vivonetto - Defense 2010 - Tom Interlicchio - Midfield 2011 - Steve DeNapoli - Midfield



THE DAVID MCCARTNEY MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP 2003 - James Morgan - Attack 2004 - John Orsen - Midfield 2005 - John Gorman - Defense 2006 - Collin Stabler - Defense 2007 - Kevin Unterstein - Midfield 2008 - Michael Unterstein - Midfield 2009 - Steven DeNapoli - Midfield 2010 - Sean Lucas - Midfield 2011 - Michael Skudin - Defense



1954 1955

1956 1957 1958


1961 1962

1963 1966 1968 1970 1971 1973 1974


Player Vincent Vieten William Donnelly Bob Rupp Joseph Masone Carl Orent Al Lahood Jerry Simandl Gary Boyle John Stranahan Marco Gazich Paul Sullivan George Wiemer Al Vadnais Jack Kaley Richard Vielkanowitz Frank Mauro Frank Cozart William Heiser Tim Gannon Peter Trizzino Rich Schrage Phil Avillo Phil Mordente Frank Marcinowski Mike D’Amato Don DiBlasi Tom Leonas Bill Hanlon Bill Reid Bob Auguste Doug Nastro Bob Rullan Chris Deeks Phil Marino

Position Defense Midfield Attack Attack Defense Defense Attack Attack Midfield Defense Attack Midfield Defense Midfield Goal Defense Attack Midfield Midfield Goal Defense Midfield Attack Defense Attack Defense Midfield Midfield Midfield Midfield Attack Defense Defense Attack (MVP)

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1983 1984 1986 1989 1990 1991 1993 1994 1995 1996

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 (MVP) 2002

Tom Calder Robert Guido Joe Taylor Kevin Huff Bob Gilmartin Ed Wallace Bob Quinlan Mikko Red Arrow Dave McCulloch Steve Walakovits Michael Magee Dave Giannone Michael Laudenslager Gary Rinaldi Michael Ricigliano Anthony Bellomo Andy Carlson Doug Altmansberger Kevin Jacobs Vince Hannigan Kevin Johnson Blake Miller Rich Langtry Ryan Grimes Mark Spruyt Brian Langtry Brad Obloj Joe Ghedina Bob Parrinelli Brian Spallina Doug Shanahan

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

Michael Tierney Tom Kessler Nicky Polanco

Midfield Attack Defense

2003 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011

Michael Allain Jim Femminella Jon Edwards Ryan Vilar Brett Moyer Chris Unterstein Kevin Unterstein Michael Unterstein Michael Colleluori Anthony Muscarella Christian Scuderi Dan Stein Jay Card Steve DeNapoli Michael Skudin

Midfield Attack Defense Midfield Defense (MVP) Attack Midfield Midfield Midfield Midfield Defense Midfield Attack Midfield Defense


1989 - Matt Cady - Defense 1990 - Joe Carrello - Midfield 1991 - Brian Donaghy - Defense 1992 - Scott Apgar - Midfield 1993 - Brian Holland - Midfield 1994 - Doug Altmansberger Defense 1995 - Chris Bergersen - Midfield 1996 - Jude Ehrbar - Defense 1997 - Karl Hedstrom - Goalie 1998 - Larry Kramer - Defense 1999 - Chris Korzonkiewicz Midfield 2000 - Ed Hilbert - Midfield 2001 - Gerry Donaghy - Midfield 2002 - Scott Dooley - Attack 2003 - Dave Sweeney - Midfield 2004 - Len Panarelli - Midfield 2005 - James Morgan - Midfield 2006 - Joe Mascaretti - Midfield 2007 - Julian Watts - Defense 2008 - Michael Unterstein - Midfield 2009 - Ryan Carter - Midfield 2010 - Isaac Neal - Defense 2011 - Tim Holman - Midfield


2006 first team All-Americans Chris Unterstein and Brett Moyer (Game MVP) after the North-South Senior All-Star Game




INDOOR PLAYERS National Lacrosse League (NLL) and North American Lacrosse League (NALL)


National Lacrosse League (NLL) Active Players Brian Langtry - New York Saints, Colorado Mammoth (2003 NLL Rookie of the Year) Brett Moyer - Philadelphia Wings John Orsen - New York Titans, Orlando Titans Christian Scuderi - Philadelphia Wings Michael Unterstein - Kentucky Stick Horse’s (NALL)


All-Time Players Anthony Alexander - New York Saints Ramar Clash - New York Saints Joe Ghedina - New York Saints, Anaheim Storm, New York Titans Kevin Huff - New York Saints Athan Iannucci - Philadelphia Wings (2008 NLL Most Valuable Player) Brian Langtry - New York Saints, Colorado Mammoth (2003 NLL Rookie of the Year) Michael Laurano - New Jersey Storm, Anaheim Storm Dave McCulloch - New York Saints Mike McGinley - New York Saints Blake Miller - New York Saints, New Jersey Storm, Anaheim Storm, Rochester Knighthawks, New York Titans Brett Moyer - Philadelphia Wings John Orsen - New York Titans Chris Panos - Boston Blazers, Baltimore Thunder, New York Saints, Buffalo Bandits, Philadelphia Wings, Calgary Roughnecks, Anaheim Storm, Arizona Sting, Colorado Mammoth, Chicago Shamrox Armando Polanco - New York Saints Nicky Polanco - New York Saints, New York Titans Mikko Red Arrow - New York Saints Christian Scuderi - Philadelphia Wings Doug Shanahan - New York Saints Vinnie Sombrotto - New York Saints Brian Spallina - New York Saints Jarred Testa - New York Saints, Washington Power Kevin Unterstein - Colorado Mammoth Michael Unterstein - Kentucky Stick Horse’s (NALL)


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OUTDOOR PLAYERS (The following Hofstra Lacrosse alumni have been on the rosters of Major League Lacrosse (MLL) teams)

Major League Lacrosse (MLL) Jay Card - Long Island Lizards Steven DeNapoli - Chesapeake Bayhawks Athan Iannucci - Toronto Nationals Brian Langtry - Long Island Lizards, Baltimore Bayhawks, Rochester Rattlers, Denver Outlaws BLAKE MILLER Sean McCarthy - Denver Outlaws Blake Miller - Bridgeport Barrage, Philadelphia Barrage, Long Island Lizards Anthony Muscarella - Long Island Lizards John Orsen - Long Island Lizards Nicky Polanco - Bridgeport Barrage, Philadelphia Barrage, Long Island Lizards Christian Scuderi - Long Island Lizards Michael Skudin - Long Island Lizards Brian Spallina - Long Island Lizards, Philadelphia Barrage, Long Island Lizards, Chesapeake Bayhawks Kevin Unterstein - New Jersey Pride, Denver Outlaws, Long Island Lizards Michael Unterstein - Long Island Lizards BRIAN SPALLINA Julian Watts - Los Angeles RipTide, Long Island Lizards


Active Players


All-Time Players

Tony Alexander - Long Island Lizards Joe Astarita - Long Island Lizards Rob Bonaguro - Long Island Lizards Jay Card - Long Island Lizards Ramar Clash - Long Island Lizards Steven DeNapoli - Chesapeake Bayhawks Scott Dooley - New Jersey Pride, Chicago Machine Jim Femminella - Boston Canons Joe Ghedina - Long Island Lizards, New Jersey Pride Athan Iannucci - Toronto Nationals, Chicago Machine Tom Kessler - Baltimore Bayhawks, Bridgeport Barrage, Philadelphia Barrage, Long Island Lizards JOHN ORSEN John Keysor - San Francisco Dragons, Baltimore Bayhawks Joe Kostolansky - Rochester Rattlers, Boston Canons, San Francisco Dragons Brian Langtry - Long Island Lizards, Baltimore Bayhawks, Bridgeport Barrage, Denver Outlaws Evan LaPenna - Bridgeport Barrage Joe Mascaretti - Long Island Lizards Sean McCarthy - Denver Outlaws Blake Miller - Bridgeport Barrage, Philadelphia Barrage, Long Island Lizards CHRIS UNTERSTEIN Brett Moyer - Philadelphia Barrage Anthony Muscarella - Long Island Lizards John Orsen - Long Island Lizards Armando Polanco - Philadelphia Barrage Nicky Polanco - Bridgeport Barrage, Philadelphia Barrage, Long Island Lizards Paul Rao - Bridgeport Barrage, Long Island Lizards Chris Rogler -Bridgeport Barrage, Philadelphia Barrage Christian Scuderi - Long Island Lizards Michael Skudin - Long Island Lizards Brian Spallina - Long Island Lizards, Philadelphia Barrage, Long Island Lizards Doug Shanahan - Bridgeport Barrage, Philadelphia Barrage, Chicago Machine, Long Island Lizards Vinnie Sombrotto - Long Island Lizards Mark Spruyt - Bridgeport Barrage, Rochester Rattlers Jarred Testa - Baltimore Bay Hawks, Denver Outlaws (Head Coach), Washington Bayhawks (Head Coach) Tim Treubig - San Francisco Dragons, New Jersey Pride JOE KOSTOLANSKY Chris Unterstein - Boston Canons, Denver Outlaws, New Jersey Pride, Rochester Rattlers, Long Island Lizards Kevin Unterstein - New Jersey Pride, Long Island Lizards Michael Unterstein - Denver Outlaws, Long Island Lizards Julian Watts - Los Angeles RipTide, Long Island Lizards








NATIONAL TEAM ALUMNI Hofstra has had 10 alumni play or coach on a United States World Team. In 2006 three former Pride lacrosse players were members of the United States National Lacrosse Team at the 2006 International Lacrosse Federation World Championship in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Attackman Blake Miller ’96, midfielder Doug Shanahan ’01 and defenseman Nicky Polanco ’02 all played key roles in the United States’ silver medal finish. Shanahan scored eight goals, added three assists and scooped up a team-high 27 ground balls in seven games at the World Championship, while Miller added four goals and two assists, and Polanco, the team’s key defender, picked up 10 ground balls. Miller and Shanahan were making their second appearance on the U.S. National Team, while Polanco was a first-time selection after


The complete list of Hofstra’s U.S. Team members is as follows: Jack Kaley - 1974 (Assistant Coach) Phil Marino - 1978 Vin Sombrotto - 1982, 1986, 1990, 1994 Rich Garguilo - 1992 (Under 19) Kevin Jacobs - 1992 (Under 19) Blake Miller - 1998, 2006 Evan Kostewka - 1998 (Under 19) Doug Shanahan - 2002 (MVP), 2006 Nicky Polanco - 2002 (Alternate), 2006 Brett Moyer - 2003 (Under 19)

serving as an alternate in 2002.


The Pride has had three players named to the United States National Indoor Team, which competed in the 2011 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship in May. The World Indoor Lacrosse Championship took place at Telsa Arena in Prague, Czech Republic, on May 2128, 2011. Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, England, Finland, Ireland and the Iroquois Nationals joined the United States in the oneweek tournament with the U.S. placing third behind Canada and the Iroquois Nationals. Hofstra’s representatives were: John Orsen Brian Langtry Chris Panos In addition to Hofstra’s connection with the U.S. World and National Teams, the Pride has been well represented as coach or player for foreign teams. The most recent is Jay Card, who was named to Canada’s U-19 National Team in 2008. The complete list as follows:


Jim Dobreff - 2002 (Sweden Coach) Gerry Donaghy - 2002 (Scotland) Michael Tierney - 2002 (Ireland) Jack Kaley - 2002 (Germany Coach) Jay Card - 2008 (Canada Under 19)


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COACHING ALUMNI The Hofstra Lacrosse program has produced more than 50 players who have gone on to coach the sport at the professional, collegiate and scholastic level. Here is a list of Hofstra alumni that have pursued careers in the coaching ranks.

Professional Jared Testa Washington Bayhawks (MLL), BRIAN LANGTRY


High School Varsity Chris Bergersen* Dennis Bonn* Brian Casey Bob Cavaliero Ed Danowski Steve Dauses Chris Deeks Steven DeNapoli Mike Demeo* Don DiBlasi Lou DiBlasi Dom Dinardo* Scott Dooley Jon Edwards* Gerry Fay* Jim Femminella Craig Flynn Joe Fowler* Rich Garguilo* John Gorman*

College Joe Amplo* Gary Arnold Phil Avillo Steve Banaletti J.P. Brazel* Tom Calder Bob Cavaliero Vinnie Daniels* Pat Debolt* Bob Demarco Andris Dikmanis Tim Gannon Tom Gill* Don Hannington Karl Hedstrom* Bill Heiser Bob Hiller Kevin Huff Kevin Johnson Jack Kaley Joe Kostolansky* Renzie Lamb

MacArthur Cold Spring Harbor School of the Cathedral Trinity Catholic, Greenwich, King Seaford Perry Hall Floral Park Hewlitt Chaminade Our Lady of Mt. Carmel HHHE Corning East Rye Calvert Hall Chaminade Bellmore-JFK Billerica (MA) NYC Empire Baldwin South Side


Hofstra, Marquette Hofstra York Hartford Delaware, Hofstra Roanoke, UNC Hofstra NYU Ohio State Rutgers Vermont Hofstra, Williams Kings Point Hofstra, Colgate NYIT Kenyon North Carolina State Hofstra/SCCC Brown New York Tech Arizona State, Vermont Williams

Adam Hananel* East Meadow Karl Hedstrom Garden City Kevin Huff* Eastport-South Manor, Smithtown East and West, Syosset Tom Kessler Bergen Catholic Jack Kort Walt Whitman Joe Kostolansky Marin Catholic (CA) Aaron Kozlowski* North Shore Larry Kramer* Severna Park (MD) Bill Laky Uniondale Mike Lambrecht Monte Vista (CA) Brian Langtry* Cherrry Creek (CO) Rich Langtry MacArthur Ryan Lucas* Oceanside Hank Lunde Hempstead Jay Lupetin Mepham Mike Magee* Hicksville Sean McCarthy* Heritage (CO) Keith Mekeel* Wantagh Blake Miller Greenwich, Darien Ray Mills* Wyandanch

High School JuniorVarsity Kevin Baudo Matt Cady* Paul Defendini Jim Dobreff George Kay Tommy Shuey* Phil Vangeli* Brian Zuchelli*

Brian Langtry Rich Langtry Evan LaPenna Tom Leanos* Joe Mascaretti James Morgan* Brett Moyer Anthony Muscarella* Chet O’Neil John Orsen* Bill Reid Bob Rullan Brian Schneider Brian Spallina Scott Sullivan* Dave Sweeney Jared Testa Mike Tierney Chris Unterstein Kevin Unterstein* Kevin Warne* Gary Allen Wellner

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Dowling Dowling Whittier Drew Nassau CC Whittier Kings Point NYIT Hofstra, Colgate, Harvard Marquette Hampden-Sydney C.W. Post Yale Adelphi Muhlenberg Wesley UMBC Kings Point Kings Point Denver, Princeton, Hofstra Maryland Mitchell College

Brad Obloj Terry O’Connor Len Panarelli* Jason Pearl* Rich Petillo* Tony Petillo* Bob Quinlan Bob Rao* Chris Rogler* Dan Royle* Paul Sanit* Doug Shanahan* Eric Spallina* Mark Spruyt* Joe Taylor Mike Tierney* Bryan Walker* Gary Allen Wellner Ron Zoia

Plainview Mepham Farmingdale Long Beach Sachem North Bellport Levittown Division Island Trees Plainview-JFK Long Beach Poway (CA) Pine Crest (FLA) Uniondale East Islip Westhampton Beach Deer Park Garden City Ledyard Macarthur, Division


Port Washington East Meadow Farmingdale Grosse Point South, Detroit Country Day William Floyd Highland Park River Hill Half Hollow Hills








(1949-2011) Opponentt O Adelphi Air Force Army Baltimore Binghamton Boston College Bowdoin Brown Bucknell CCNY CCNY (LC) Colgate Cornell Cortland State Dartmouth Delaware Denison Drexel Duke Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Georgetown Gettysburg Hartford Harvard Hobart Jacksonville Johns Hopkins Lafayette Lehigh LIU-C.W. Post Loyola Manhasset Manhattan Maryland Maryland-Balt. Co. Massachusetts MIT Michigan State Middlebury Milburn (LC) Montclair State Mt. Washington (LC) Morgan State Navy New England (LC) New Hampshire New York Tech North Carolina North Carolina State Notre Dame Ohio State Penn State Pennsylvania Philadelphia (LC) Princeton Providence Radford Robert Morris R.P.I. Rutgers Sacred Heart St. John’s Saint Joseph’s Stevens Tech Stony Brook Syracuse Towson Trinity Tufts Union Vermont Villanova Virginia Washington (MD) Washington & Lee Western Maryland Williams Yale

104 —

Won-Lost W L t 16-14 8-0 17-37 10-15 3-0 1-0 4-0 13-11 3-1 7-0 1-0 3-0 1-6 7-0 5-2 23-12 0-1 21-3 6-0 2-0 5-0 1-3 1-0 6-0 9-8 9-8 1-0 5-19 17-0 5-0 15-8 14-12 1-1 2-0 1-9 3-1 17-19 12-1 2-0 2-0 3-0 0-2 0-7 2-0 6-13 1-0 17-2 5-0 6-3 1-0 7-6 1-0 9-5 5-13 1-0 13-11 4-0 1-0 4-0 7-2-1 14-15 10-0 11-2 1-0 2-0 4-2 4-12 24-18 4-0 2-0 2-2 8-0 8-5 4-11 9-10 15-4 2-1 6-3 4-8

Firstt M Fi Meeting ti 1963 1970 1955 1952 2003 1979 1965 1976 1987 1950 1952 1960 1972 1951 1951 1951 1963 1986 1956 2002 1969 1994 1959 1995 1951 1959 2010 1974 1949 1986 1963 1956 1951 2010 1949 1988 1974 1958 1988 1955 1952 1950 1953 1971 1965 1949 1955 1974 1978 1980 1991 1987 1955 1970 1953 1972 1993 1992 2006 1956 1955 2002 1983 2011 1951 2004 1960 1961 1950 1953 1951 1993 1988 1957 1949 1956 1949 1953 1952


Lastt H L Hofstra f t Wi Win 1983 - 12-6 2011 - 11-6 2010 - 17-2 1983 - 15-6 2005 - 7-5 1979 - 13-6 1968 - 18-6 2010 -15-12 1990 - 15-11 1971 - 1-0 1952 - 10-1 2011 - 6-3 2003 - 13-5 1972 - 5-4 1979 - 12-10 2010 - 12-11 None 2011 -11-6 2003 - 9-8 2011 - 8-7 1973 - 15-3 1994 - 13-10 1959 - 19-2 2001 - 21-9 2011 - 15-9 1973 - 13-9 2010 - 14-10 2010 -14-6 2007 - 9-3 1990 - 22-7 1990 - 14-5 2004 - 9-8 1952 - 14-6 2011 - 13-8 1984 - 10-7 1991 - 12-8 2011 - 14-5 1973 - 24-3 1994 - 14-5 1967 - 9-2 1954 - 11-1 None None 1972 - 10-4 1999 - 15-7 1949 - 7-3 1997 - 10-3 1978 - 23-4 2006 - 6-5 1980 - 17-15 2006 - 13-5 1987 - 15-4 2011 - 9-4 1976 - 10-9 1953 - 12-3 2011 - 11-9 2006 - 14-8 1992 - 17-7 2009 - 11-5 1965 - 15-6 1999 - 15-6 2011 - 10-6 2011 - 8-5 2011 - 11-3 1952 - 8-2 2009 - 12-11 2003 - 8-6 2011 - 12-5 1953 - 20-1 1955 - 21-1 1955 - 20-2 2001 - 16-7 2009 -10-3 2001 - 15-14 (OT) 1973 - 13-5 1980 - 7-6 (OT) 1952 - 16-0 1964 - 14-7 1995 - 10-9

L Lastt O Opponentt Wi Win 1989 - 10-15 None 2008 - 7-8 1972 - 2-4 None None None 2007 - 6-7 1987 - 13-15 None None None 2009 - 8-11 None 1953 - 4-6 2011 - 9-10 1963 - 2-4 2010 - 11-13 None None None 1997 - 5-18 None None 1996 - 12-15 1988 - 10-15 None 2011 - 5-12 None None 1987 - 7-8 2003 - 4-10 1951 - 3-4 None 2010 - 8-11 1992 - 12-15 2010 - 9-11 1967 -8-11 None None None 1951 - 4-6 1961 - 0-7 None 1985 - 9-20 None 1978 - 10-11 None 2009 - 8-13 None 2005 - 8-9 (2 OT) None 2010 - 10-11 (OT) 1987 - 5-13 None 2010 - 14-17 None None None 1961 - 4-5 1995 - 11-14 None 1992 - 7-9 None None 2007 - 12-13 (OT) 2001 - 13-18 2007 - 5-11 None None 1954 - 6-7 None 2009 - 7-9 1992 - 5-17 1972 - 5-9 1982 - 10-19 1949 - 8-17 1965 - 5-11 1994 - 5-8


Record 2-4 3-4 4-7 12-2-1 11-3 9-4 14-2 8-5-1 8-5 8-3 5-7 7-4 7-7 10-3 5-11 6-9 9-6 7-9-1 7-8 7-5-1 8-6 12-5 12-4 5-11 12-2 9-3 10-3 7-4 7-5 8-5 6-6 7-6 3-8 3-10 9-5 8-6 3-11 4-9 7-9 12-3 11-4 9-5 7-7 4-9 10-6 6-7 9-5 9-5 9-6 10-4 13-3 11-5 10-7 11-3 11-6 4-10 8-8 17-2 6-8 10-6 11-4 9-5 13-3

GF 38 44 61 160 167 134 247 125 118 126 93 89 112 73 62 105 142 121 117 118 125 162 153 105 176 138 152 114 105 128 145 150 92 121 163 136 147 127 154 191 204 191 169 109 168 147 164 169 115 184 185 212 229 178 159 117 138 239 110 150 142 181 159

GPGF 6.3 6.3 5.5 10.7 12.8 10.4 15.4 8.9 9.1 11.5 7.8 8.1 8.0 7.3 3.9 7.0 9.5 7.1 7.8 9.1 8.9 10.1 10.2 6.6 12.6 11.5 11.7 10.4 8.8 9.8 12.1 11.5 8.4 9.3 11.6 9.7 10.5 9.8 9.6 12.7 13.6 13.6 12.1 8.4 10.5 11.3 11.7 12.1 7.7 13.1 11.6 13.3 13.5 12.7 9.3 8.4 8.6 12.5 7.9 9.2 9.3 12.9 9.9

GA 67 52 73 56 52 68 55 89 87 94 106 68 126 59 91 107 144 145 129 87 97 68 107 97 95 98 125 108 88 121 140 151 116 168 115 117 191 196 175 135 142 141 195 143 152 129 136 161 104 118 124 145 190 107 161 147 131 125 101 138 129 126 105

GPGA 11.1 7.4 6.6 3.7 4.0 5.2 3.4 6.4 6.7 8.5 8.8 6.2 9.0 5.9 5.7 7.1 9.6 8.5 8.6 6.7 6.9 4.3 7.1 6.1 6.8 8.2 9.6 9.8 7.3 9.3 11.7 11.6 10.5 12.9 8.2 8.4 13.6 15.1 10.9 9.0 9.5 10.1 13.9 11.0 9.5 9.9 9.7 11.5 6.9 8.4 7.8 9.1 11.2 7.6 9.4 10.5 8.1 6.5 7.2 8.4 8.5 8.9 6.6

COACH Al Brisotti Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Howdy Myers Harry Royle Harry Royle Harry Royle Harry Royle Harry Royle Harry Royle Harry Royle Harry Royle Harry Royle Harry Royle John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski John Danowski Seth Tierney Seth Tierney Seth Tierney Seth Tierney Seth Tierney


Year 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Hofstra University All-Time Coaching Records (1949-2011)

Hofstra University All-Time Coaching Records (1949-2010) Coach Coach


1) Seth Tierney 2) John Danowski 3) Howdy Myers 4) Harry Royle 5) Al Brisotti Total

Gms. Years 2007-pres. 1986-06 1950-75 1976-85 1949 63 years

Won Gms.

Lost Won

Tied Lost

75 315 359 113 6 868

49 192 216 58 2 517

26 123 139 55 4 347

Pct. Tied

0 0 4 0 0 4


Pct. .653 .610 .607 .513 .333 .598






Coach: Al Brisotti Record: 2-4 Washington (MD) Western Maryland Maryland New England Lafayette Adelphi

1-16 8-17 1-17 8-3 17-6 3-8


106 —

4-6 3-7 2-10 3-10 4-7 3-4 4-5 4-1 9-12 11-1 5-4 9-6

L L L L L L L W L (OT) W W W

Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 12-2-1 (15th ranked)

Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 3-4 5-15 14-2 6-3 4-11 4-14 4-6 7-1

Montclair Delaware Washington (MD) Harvard Dartmouth Manhasset CCNY Stevens Tech Union Trinity Cortland Lafayette

Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 11-3 (13th ranked)



CCNY Lafayette Western Maryland Montclair Adelphi Cortland Trinity


Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 4-7


Manhasset Harvard CCNY L.C. CCNY Baltimore Western Maryland Delaware Union Cortland Trinity CCNY Yale Milburn L.C. Stevens Tech. Lafayette

14-6 4-4 10-1 6-2 6-8 16-0 8-5 5-4 23-0 7-1 14-2 4-10 11-7 8-2 24-4



Philadelphia L.C. Mt. Washington L.C. Dartmouth Washington (MD) Tufts Delaware Yale Union Cortland CCNY Baltimore Trinity Williams Milburn L.C.

12-3 4-17 4-6 10-4 19-4 19-0 2-9 20-11 10-2 24-1 5-4 20-1 4-3 17-4



3-15 7-6 4-7 14-5 5-8 8-7 17-2 10-5 18-2 19-3 13-0 6-7 11-1

Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 14-2 (3rd ranked) Mt. Washington L.C. Ohio State Dartmouth Middlebury Tufts New Hampshire Army Penn St. Washington Coll. Yale Delaware Union Williams Baltimore Cortland Rutgers

7-13 20-1 19-5 20-1 21-1 12-0 7-8 13-3 16-2 6-3 19-1 20-2 16-1 15-4 20-4 16-6



Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 9-4 (11th ranked) Mt. Washington L.C. Dartmouth Baltimore New Hampshire Washington Rutgers CCNY Yale Cortland Delaware Williams Union Milburn L.C.


Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 8-5-1 (11th ranked) L W L W L W W W W W W L W

Dartmouth New Hampshire Harvard Penn State Washington & Lee Duke Washington (MD) Yale Loyola (MD) RPI Williams Army Cortland Baltimore

6-4 6-3 13-7 3-9 9-6 11-1 14-16 6-8 8-3 7-7 17-2 4-8 14-3 13-18

W W W L W W L (2 OT) L W T W L W L



Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 8-5 (13th ranked) Swathmore MIT Dartmouth New Hampshire Washington & Lee Washington (MD) Penn State Virginia RPI Army Loyola (MD) Baltimore Duke

7-5 20-1 16-10 6-3 9-4 8-10 11-7 5-8 3-10 2-14 13-0 6-13 12-2



Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 8-3 (9th ranked) MIT Harvard Washington & Lee Penn State New Hampshire Mt. Washington L.C. RPI Washington (MD) Army Loyola (MD) Baltimore

25-2 16-5 10-9 13-2 7-5 6-15 11-7 11-10 1-15 17-3 8-21


Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 5-7 (14th ranked)


New Hampshire Harvard Washington & Lee Mt. Washington L.C. RPI Baltimore Washington (MD) Hobart Loyola (MD) Williams Gettysburg Army

4-3 4-5 5-6 4-11 11-10 1-13 7-8 10-5 15-1 9-15 19-2 4-27



6-1 11-4 13-4 9-6 1-12 9-11 7-5 2-11 6-8 11-5 14-1

Baltimore L.C. Mt. Washington L.C. Washington & Lee New Hampshire Harvard Colgate Syracuse Baltimore Washington (MD) Army Loyola (MD) Towson State RPI Adelphi

4-16 8-21 13-8 9-4 6-18 7-4 7-6 2-20 0-7 2-10 19-2 14-2 4-5 17-3

Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 5-11 L L W W L W W L L L W W L W


Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 7-4 (14th ranked) Hobart Washington & Lee New Hampshire Colgate Mt. Washington L.C. Syracuse Washington (MD) Army Baltimore Loyola (MD) RPI


Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 7-7 (15th ranked)

Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 10-3 (13th ranked) W W W W L L W L L W W

MIT Washington & Lee Harvard New Hampshire Loyola (MD) Baltimore Rutgers Williams Towson State RPI Adelphi Washington (MD) Army

8-4 6-3 4-10 6-4 8-4 7-9 10-9 8-2 12-2 11-2 7-3 6-5 0-17


MIT Washington & Lee Harvard Denison Baltimore New Hampshire Washington (MD) Hobart Rutgers Towson State LIU-C.W. Post Loyola (MD) RPI Adelphi Army Williams

5-3 12-1 1-5 2-4 3-12 2-3 2-4 7-2 8-13 3-6 4-3 3-4 7-4 2-7 2-10 2-10



Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 6-9 Washington & Lee New Hampshire MIT Army Adelphi Syracuse Hobart Washington (MD) Towson State Rutgers LIU-C.W. Post Williams RPI Baltimore Loyola (MD)


4-8 4-2 7-0 1-8 10-3 6-12 7-10 6-8 14-1 4-12 4-6 14-7 11-9 9-12 4-9









Bowdoin MIT Army New Hampshire Syracuse Loyola (MD) Rutgers LIU-C.W. Post Hobart Washington & Lee Navy Washington (MD) Williams Adelphi RPI

12-0 12-3 4-20 10-4 10-9 5-6 8-16 17-6 8-7 17-11 2-19 4-15 5-11 13-11 15-6



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

Washington & Lee Bowdoin New Hampshire MIT Harvard Middlebury Hobart Rutgers Army Adelphi Syracuse Baltimore Washington (MD) Loyola (MD) LIU-C.W. Post

13-5 15-4 11-3 8-11 5-9 9-2 7-6 3-13 4-19 12-9 3-6 7-8 3-16 9-7 8-11


Bowdoin MIT Washington & Lee Hobart New Hampshire Rutgers Army Adelphi Syracuse Washington (MD) Baltimore Loyola (MD) LIU-C.W. Post

18-6 18-1 6-2 12-5 9-2 2-11 4-12 9-4 6-10 8-8 5-7 13-8 8-11

MIT Hobart New Hampshire Rutgers Baltimore Army Adelphi Syracuse Fairleigh Dickinson Navy Washington (MD) LIU-C.W. Post CCNY Loyola (MD)

15-8 9-10 9-2 8-6 3-9 2-15 20-5 4-9 6-5 0-11 6-5 6-8 15-1 22-3

Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 12-4 (10th ranked) W L W W L L W L W L W L W W


Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 7-5-1 W W W W L L T L L L W L L W L L W


Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 8-6 (14th ranked)


Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 7-9-1 Virginia Washington & Lee Bowdoin MIT Army Harvard New Hampshire Syracuse Hobart Rutgers Adelphi Baltimore Navy Loyola (MD) Washington (MD) Delaware LIU-C.W. Post


Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 7-8

Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 9-6 (18th ranked)

Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 12-5 (10th ranked) W W W W W L L W L T L L L


Loyola (MD) Pennsylvania New Hampshire MIT Hobart CCNY Rutgers Yale Army Adelphi Air Force Fairleigh Dickinson Navy Washington (MD) Baltimore LIU-C.W. Post Virginia **forfeit

13-4 5-3 12-4 11-4 16-2 27-0 9-10 3-6 2-9 10-2 9-3 8-3 4-9 1-0 11-3 16-2 3-4

W W W W W W L L L W W W L W** W W L

3/27 Pennsylvania 4/1 MIT 4/3 Hobart 4/7 CCNY 4/10 Rutgers 4/14 Yale 4/17 Army 4/21 Washington (MD) 4/24 Fairleigh Dickinson 4/30 Morgan State 5/1 Navy 5/8 Baltimore 5/12 Adelphi 5/15 Virginia 5/19 LIU-C.W. Post Army (NCAA) **forfeit

6-2 23-3 11-7 1-0 15-3 9-5 10-15 13-2 8-4 16-7 5-8 9-4 7-6 6-12 12-11 3-19

W W W W** W W L W W W L W W L W (OT) L


Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 5-11 (20th ranked) Cornell Pennsylvania Washington (MD) MIT Hobart LIU-C.W. Post Rutgers Towson State Army Princeton Cortland Fairleigh Dickinson Adelphi Baltimore Navy Morgan State

3-5 3-6 5-9 21-4 3-4 14-3 3-4 6-11 8-9 5-8 5-4 8-4 6-10 2-4 3-8 10-4

L L L W L W L L L (OT) L W W L L L W



Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 12-2 (5th ranked) Pennsylvania MIT Hobart Baltimore Washington (MD) Princeton Army Fairleigh Dickinson Navy Towson State Rutgers Adelphi Air Force Virginia (NCAA)

8-7 24-3 13-9 16-6 13-5 9-5 6-8 15-3 10-9 9-7 12-8 10-9 16-4 5-12


Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 10-3 (6th ranked) W W W W W W L W W W W W W L

Pennsylvania Syracuse Massachusetts Princeton Towson State Washington & Lee Army Navy Adelphi NY Tech Rutgers LIU-C.W. Post Maryland (NCAA)

3-18 15-3 14-10 17-5 15-10 14-13 9-8 10-15 11-8 13-3 14-10 10-3 11-19


Coach: Harry Royle Record: 7-5 (13th ranked) L W W W W W W (OT) L W W W W L

3/19 3/23 3/26 3/30 4/2 4/6 4/9 4/16 4/23 4/27 4/30 5/4

at Pennsylvania Dartmouth Massachusetts Brown Harvard Washington & Lee at Army at Navy Adelphi at NY Tech Rutgers at LIU-C.W. Post

Coach: Harry Royle Record: 6-6

3-10 13-6 10-8 9-7 14-4 13-9 2-7 7-15 6-7 16-6 5-6 6-3


Boston College Dartmouth Virginia Brown Army Navy Adelphi Massachusetts Penn State LIU-C.W. Post Pennsylvania Washington & Lee

13-6 12-10 5-13 10-15 8-10 12-19 12-11 11-10 18-10 23-11 12-13 9-


Coach: Harry Royle Record: 7-6



3/23 Pennsylvania 3/27 Baltimore 3/30 Massachusetts 4/3 at Princeton 4/6 Navy 4/13 Army 4/20 NY Tech 4/27 at Adelphi 5/1 at Towson State 5/4 at Rutgers 5/11 LIU-C.W. Post Johns Hopkins (NCAA)

11-9 15-9 7-6 16-13 6-17 12-5 21-3 11-3 11-15 6-5 12-5 10-18


Coach Harry Royle Record: 7-4 (10th ranked)

Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 9-3 (7th ranked) W W W W L W W W L W W L

Pennsylvania Massachusetts Harvard at Brown Army Washington & Lee Navy Adelphi NY Tech Rutgers LIU-C.W. Post

10-9 11-9 11-7 7-14 7-8 10-7 13-17 10-8 12-7 7-13 13-9

Coach: Harry Royle Record: 8-5 (7th ranked) W W W L L W L W W L W

Pennsylvania Virginia New Hampshire Harvard Army North Carolina NY Tech Adelphi Massachusetts Penn State LIU-C.W. Post Washington & Lee Johns Hopkins (NCAA)

11-12 11-15 10-11 10-9 4-8 10-9 23-4 14-9 14-11 14-11 11-7 12-6 8-20


3/15 3/19 3/22 3/29 4/5 4/12 4/19 4/23 4/26 4/30 5/3 5/9 5/17

New Hampshire Baltimore Virginia at Brown Army at Navy at Adelphi at Massachusetts Penn State Towson State Pennsylvania North Carolina State Washington & Lee





15-10 15-9 5-10 10-22 11-9 9-14 9-13 8-16 20-9 16-8 8-10 17-15 7-6

W W L L W L L L W W L W W (OT)




Coach: Harry Royle Record: 9-5 (9th ranked)



Coach: Harry Royle Record: 3-8

3/21 3/28 4/4 4/8 4/15 4/18 4/22 4/25 4/29 5/2 5/9

Virginia Brown Army Lafayette Maryland Adelphi Massachusetts Penn State Towson State Pennsylvania Baltimore

11-18 10-7 6-10 10-3 3-10 11-16 8-14 5-10 7-14 8-10 13-4


W W W L L L W W W W L W L (OT) W

10-7 8-16 12-13 3-9 6-12 10-16 10-7 10-17 10-18 18-10 8-11 6-13 10-19

W L L (OT) L L L W L L W L L L

3/10 3/17 3/24 3/31 4/4 4/7 4/11 4/14 4/18 4/21 4/25 4/28 5/5 5/12

at Princeton at Brown Maryland Army LIU-C.W. Post Penn State at Lafayette at Adelphi at Massachusetts Towson State at St. John’s Pennsylvania at Rutgers at Navy



Coach: John Danowski Record: 7-9, 3-3

Coach: Harry Royle Record: 3-11 3/9 3/16 3/23 3/30 4/3 4/6 4/10 4/13 4/17 4/20 4/24 4/27 5/4 4/11

at Princeton Brown at Maryland at Army at LIU-C.W. Post at Penn State Lafayette Adelphi Massachusetts at Towson State St. John’s Pennsylvania Rutgers Navy

12-14 13-14 9-14 12-14 6-16 14-13 15-1 7-12 8-13 12-19 9-14 11-19 10-9 9-20


W W (OT) W L W L (OT) W L L W W L (OT) L W


3/8 3/15 3/22 3/29 4/5 4/9 4/12 4/19 4/26 4/30 5/3 5/7 5/10

Princeton at Brown Maryland Army at Delaware at Lafayette at Adelphi Towson State Pennsylvania Lehigh Hobart Drexel LIU-C.W. Post

9-8 3-20 2-16 6-18 6-15 16-11 10-20 6-8 9-15 15-9 10-24 23-13 12-19

9-7 12-11 5-11 1-15 15-4 13-15 8-9 18-6 7-15 4-15 5-13 12-5 15-11 9-21 14-9 7-8


Coach: John Danowski Record: 12-3, 5-0 (13th ranked)

Coach: John Danowski Record: 4-9 13-7 9-8 10-7 7-11 10-6 10-11 16-3 5-6 5-12 12-8 13-8 5-6 7-11 14-13

3/7 at Princeton 3/13 Duke 3/15 Brown 3/21 Maryland 3/25 Ohio State 3/28 Bucknell* 4/4 Delaware* 4/8 Lafayette* 4/11 Adelphi 4/18 at Towson State* 4/25 Pennsylvania 4/27 Air Force 4/29 at Lehigh* 5/2 at Hobart 5/6 at Drexel* 5/9 at LIU-C.W. Post *East Coast Conference game



Coach: Harry Royle Record: 8-6 (11th ranked)

Coach: Harry Royle Record: 3-10

110 —

15-6 14-10 15-11 7-9 3-9 8-9 9-3 25-9 12-6 10-8 8-9 12-4 10-11 15-11



Baltimore Virginia Maryland Brown Army Penn State Lafayette Adelphi Massachusetts Towson State Pennsylvania Rutgers Washington & Lee

Baltimore Navy Brown Maryland Army LIU-C.W. Post Penn State Lafayette Adelphi Massachusetts Towson State St. John’s Pennsylvania Rutgers


3/12 St. John’s 3/19 at Bucknell 3/25 Michigan State 3/27 at Adelphi 4/2 at Delaware* 4/6 at Lafayette* 4/9 Syracuse 4/16 Towson State* 4/23 at Villanova 4/27 Lehigh* 4/30 Hobart 5/4 Drexel* 5/7 at UMBC 5/11 LIU-C.W. Post 5/14 Princeton *East Coast Conference game

14-6 14-7 10-3 12-13 14-8 17-9 5-18 10-9 13-8 21-13 10-15 20-6 15-9 9-8 7-3



Coach: John Danowski Record: 11-4, 5-0 (14th ranked) 3/11 Virginia 16-14 3/18 Bucknell 17-4 3/22 at St. John’s 17-11 3/25 Adelphi 10-15 3/29 Army 16-10 4/1 Delaware* 15-13 4/5 Lafayette* 20-2 4/8 at Syracuse 7-16 4/15 at Towson State* 10-9 4/22 Villanova 9-12 4/25 at Lehigh* 18-8 4/29 at Hobart 6-14 5/3 at Drexel* 17-7 5/6 UMBC 16-4 5/13 Princeton 10-3 *East Coast Conference game

W W W L W W W L W (4 OT) L W L W W W


Coach: John Danowski Record: 9-5, 4-1 (19th ranked) 3/10 Penn State 3/17 Bucknell 3/21 St. John’s 3/24 Cornell 3/27 at Army 3/31 at Delaware* 4/4 at Yale 4/7 Syracuse 4/14 Towson State* 4/25 Lehigh* 4/28 at Lafayette* 5/2 Drexel* 5/5 at LIU-C.W. Post 5/11 Princeton *East Coast Conference game

17-6 15-11 14-8 14-15 13-15 15-5 5-18 9-20 11-14 22-7 13-7 22-4 14-5 7-6


Coach: John Danowski Record: 7-7, 2-2 (16th ranked) 3/9 3/16 3/20 3/23 3/30 4/3 4/6 4/13 4/20 4/23 4/27 5/1 5/4 5/11

Notre Dame at UMBC* at St. John’s at #9 Cornell #20 Delaware* Lafayette at #8 Syracuse at #9 Towson State* #4 Virginia at Drexel* at #11 Army #7 Johns Hopkins #15 Yale at #4 Princeton

10-5 12-8 13-12 4-9 9-10 24-14 10-30 8-20 10-18 21-11 14-13 11-20 12-10 11-15

W W W L L W L L L W W (OT) L W L

13-9 17-7 12-15 7-9 9-12 4-17 10-9 7-9 5-17 12-5 5-9 4-15 4-10

3/7 3/21 3/28 4/3 4/4 4/9 4/14 4/17 4/21 4/24 4/28 5/1 5/4 5/8 5/15 5/22

Notre Dame Vermont Providence #10 Massachusetts Harvard #5 Loyola (MD) at St. John’s #5 Virginia Lafayette at #12 Army #4 Johns Hopkins #20 Yale at #16 Rutgers #2 Princeton Massachusetts (NCAA) at Syracuse (NCAA)

8-9 12-10 19-6 16-8 12-7 13-12 9-8 7-6 21-3 11-10 5-11 6-9 6-16 6-9 9-8 8-20

L W W W W W W W (OT) W W L L L L W L


3/5 St. John’s 3/12 Michigan State 3/20 #10 Brown 3/23 Air Force 4/1 #13 Massachusetts+ 4/2 at #14 Brown+ 4/9 at #2 Loyola 4/16 #13 Georgetown 4/17 Providence 4/22 #20 Army 4/26 #6 Johns Hopkins 4/30 at #18 Yale 5/7 Rutgers +Fleet Classic at Brown

15-3 14-5 10-9 13-5 8-11 6-15 10-13 13-10 17-4 14-15 7-15 5-8 15-16

3/11 #17 Delaware* 15-6 3/18 #8 Brown 10-9 3/25 Vermont* 11-10 3/31 #13 Massachusetts 5-11 4/2 New Hampshire* 21-9 4/7 #6 Loyola 7-15 4/11 at Hartford* 10-5 4/12 at St. John’s 19-3 4/15 at #12 Georgetown 6-17 4/21 at Army 12-8 4/25 #1 Johns Hopkins 11-15 4/29 Yale 10-9 5/2 Drexel* 16-5 5/6 at #19 Rutgers 11-14 *North Atlantic Conference game


Coach: John Danowski Record: 6-7 (20th ranked)

Coach: John Danowski Record: 4-9 Rutgers Radford UMBC Cornell at Notre Dame at Massachusetts Towson State St. John’s at Virginia Lafayette Army at Johns Hopkins at Yale

Coach: John Danowski Record: 9-5, 5-0 (17th ranked)

Coach: John Danowski Record: 10-6 (11th ranked)


1992 3/7 3/10 3/14 3/21 3/28 4/1 4/11 4/15 4/18 4/21 4/24 4/29 5/2



W W (OT) W L W L W W L W L W W L

Coach: John Danowski Record: 9-5, 5-0 (12th ranked) W W W W L L L W W L (OT) L L L (OT)

3/3 at #14 Towson State*^ 13-12 3/10 at #19 Delaware*# 19-13 3/13 at #8 Loyola 8-17 3/17 #6 Brown 7-16 3/22 #12 Massachusetts 15-14 3/30 New Hampshire* 12-6 4/6 at Vermont* 17-11 4/13 #17 Georgetown 15-16 4/19 #20 Army 10-14 4/23 #5 Johns Hopkins 9-7 4/27 at Drexel* 10-7 4/30 #20 Rutgers 12-4 5/5 #2 North Carolina 10-9 5/11 Harvard (NCAA)*** 12-15 *North Atlantic Conference game ^at Johns Hopkins #at Loyola ***at Cornell




. 1991

W W L L W (OT) W W L (OT) L W W W W L






Coach: John Danowski Record: 9-6, 6-0 (12th ranked)

3/1 #10 Towson State* 3/8 Delaware* 3/15 #9 Brown 3/22 #15 Massachusetts 3/29 at New Hampshire*^ 4/4 at #13 Notre Dame 4/6 Vermont* 4/8 at #14 Hartford* 4/12 at #6 Georgetown 4/19 at Army 4/22 #4 Johns Hopkins 4/25 Drexel* 4/29 at Rutgers 5/3 #16 North Carolina 5/10 Massachusetts (NCAA)** *America East game ^at Holy Cross **at Army

13-10 W 12-7 W 9-4 W 7-6 W (2 OT) 10-3 W 9-10 L 7-6 W 7-2 W 5-18 L 2-6 L 5-8 L 16-4 W 5-4 W 4-10 L 4-6 L


Coach: John Danowski Record: 13-3, 4-1 (7th ranked) 3/6 #3 Loyola ^ 3/13 #14 Delaware* 3/20 at Brown 3/22 Air Force 3/27 #20 Massachusetts 3/31 at Hartford* 4/3 #13 Notre Dame 4/7 #15 Towson* 4/10 Vermont* 4/16 #10 Navy 4/24 at Army 4/28 Drexel* 5/4 at Rutgers 5/8 #2 Johns Hopkins 5/15 Navy (NCAA)** 5/22 #2 Johns Hopkins (NCAA) *America East game ^at Navy **at Brown

4-10 7-13 11-9 19-5 8-7 15-6 10-9 9-6 14-4 8-7 16-9 18-7 15-6 9-8 15-7 7-11

L L W W W W W W W W W W W W (OT) W L



Coach: John Danowski Record: 10-4, 5-0 (12th ranked)

Coach: John Danowski Record: 11-5, 4-1 (10th ranked)

2/28 #5 Loyola 3/7 at #20 Delaware* 3/10 Providence 3/14 #17 Brown 3/22 at #10 Massachusetts 3/27 Hartford* 4/1 at #17 Towson* 4/4 Vermont* 4/10 #17 Navy 4/17 Army 4/22 at #3 Johns Hopkins 4/25 at #19 Drexel* 4/28 #19 Rutgers 5/2 at Notre Dame *America East game

2/26 at #15 Massachusetts 3/4 #3 Loyola 3/11 #7 Johns Hopkins 3/19 at #5 Princeton 3/26 at #13 Notre Dame 3/27 Air Force 4/7 Vermont* 4/9 Hartford* 4/14 at Delaware* 4/16 at Towson* 4/20 at Drexel* 4/22 #19 Army 4/29 #11 North Carolina 5/3 Towson# 5/6 Delaware# 5/14 #6 Maryland (NCAA)! *America East game #America East Tournament !at UMBC

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6-8 13-11 18-2 20-11 6-7 22-8 15-11 22-5 9-8 13-9 10-16 13-5 13-9 4-8


10-7 12-16 6-12 8-11 8-7 21-4 12-8 17-5 7-8 18-11 13-6 18-10 20-12 18-10 14-4 12-14




Coach: John Danowski Record: 10-7, 4-1 (11th ranked) 2/24 #19 Massachusetts 3/3 at #8 Loyola 3/10 at #8 Johns Hopkins 3/17 #2 Princeton 3/24 #2 Notre Dame 3/28 Air Force 3/31 Hartford*^ 4/4 Drexel* 4/7 #11 Towson* 4/10 at Army 4/14 Delaware* 4/21 at Vermont* 4/28 #9 Duke 5/2 Delaware# 5/5 at #9 Towson# 5/13 #8 Virginia (NCAA)! 5/19 #1 Syracuse (NCAA)$ *America East game ^at Springfield, Massachusetts #America East Tournament !at West Point, New York $at Hofstra Stadium

13-17 12-17 6-7 5-10 11-10 22-8 21-9 18-7 12-16 17-9 11-10 16-7 15-10 11-8 11-13 15-14 13-18

L L L L W (OT) W W W L W W W W W L W (OT) L


Coach: John Danowski Record: 11-3, 5-1 (6th ranked) 2/23 at #12 Massachusetts 12-11 3/2 #8 Loyola* 7-8 3/5 Villanova* 12-5 3/9 #2 Johns Hopkins 8-9 3/16 at #8 Princeton 4-12 3/19 Fairfield 11-8 3/23 at #18 Notre Dame 15-5 3/26 at Drexel* 18-10 3/30 Army 16-9 4/6 at #14 Towson* 13-7 4/13 at Delaware* 17-5 4/19 Sacred Heart 19-5 4/26 #7 Duke 14-6 5/1 #12 North Carolina 12-7 *Colonial Athletic Association game



Coach: John Danowski Record: 11-6, 4-1 (10th ranked) 3/1 3/4 3/8 3/15 3/21 3/23 3/26 3/29 4/4 4/11 4/17 4/19 4/23 4/26 4/30 5/3 5/11

at #12 Loyola 4-10 Binghamton 15-5 #14 Cornell 13-5 #7 Princeton 5-18 #11 Notre Dame 9-8 #6 Massachusetts 7-14 at Army 12-11 Drexel* 14-8 at #13 Towson* 8-15 Delaware* 11-9 #7 Syracuse 8-6 at Sacred Heart* 9-8 Villanova* 9-5 #11 Duke 9-8 Villanova# 9-6 at #11 Towson# 11-16 at #5 Massachusetts 6-9 (NCAA) *Colonial Athletic Association game #CAA Tournament

L W W L W L W W L W W W (OT) W W W L L


Coach: John Danowski Record: 4-10, 2-3 2/28 #12 Cornell 12-14 3/6 #7 Loyola 9-8 3/8 Binghamton 14-9 3/13 #1 Johns Hopkins 6-13 3/20 at #6 Princeton 5-10 3/24 at #15 Notre Dame 11-19 3/28 at Massachusetts 3-6 4/3 at #18 Delaware* 10-12 4/7 Sacred Heart* 12-11 4/10 at Drexel* 8-7 4/17 #18 Towson* 6-12 4/24 at Villanova* 10-13 4/27 at Stony Brook 6-9 5/5 at #11 Towson# 5-6 *Colonial Athletic Association game #CAA Tournament game



Coach: John Danowski Record: 8-8, 3-2 (20th ranked) 2/26 #15 Massachusetts 7-12 3/5 at #20 Brown 2-10 3/12 at #1 Johns Hopkins 5-11 3/16 #15 North Carolina 12-8 3/19 #11 Princeton 9-8 3/21 Binghamton 7-5 3/26 #9 Notre Dame 8-9 3/29 at #5 Army 10-11 4/1 Villanova* 5-11 4/6 at Sacred Heart* 14-10 4/9 at #17 Delaware* 13-3 4/15 Drexel* 11-5 4/23 at #14 Towson* 6-10 4/26 #17 Stony Brook 13-5 4/30 Harvard 11-5 5/4 at #16 Delaware# 5-8 *Colonial Athletic Association game #CAA Tournament game

L L L W W W L (2 OT) L L W W W L W W L


Coach: John Danowski Record: 17-2, 6-0 (2nd ranked) 2/26 at #9 Massachusetts 7-11 3/4 Brown 14-4 3/11 #11 Johns Hopkins 11-6 3/15 North Carolina 6-5 3/18 at #6 Princeton 9-5 3/25 #11 Notre Dame 13-5 3/28 #20 Army 11-6 3/31 #12 Towson* 10-9 4/5 Sacred Heart* 19-8 4/8 at Villanova* 13-4 4/12 at Robert Morris* 21-2 4/14 Delaware* 12-10 4/22 at Drexel* 12-4 4/25 at #19 Stony Brook 18-8 4/29 #16 Harvard 13-6 5/3 Villanova# 14-7 5/6 #19 Delaware# 12-6 5/14 Providence (NCAA1) 14-8 5/20 Massachusetts (NCAA2) 10-11 *Colonial Athletic Association game #CAA Tournament game NCAA1-Opening round at Hofstra NCAA2-Quarterfinal at Stony Brook

L W W W W W W W (OT) W W W W W W W W W W L (OT)


2/24 #9 Massachusetts 8-6 3/3 at Brown 6-7 3/10 at #5 Johns Hopkins 8-9 3/18 #12 Princeton 4-5 3/24 at #14 Delaware* 5-6 3/27 at #9 Army 5-3 3/30 Villanova* 8-9 4/7 Robert Morris* 14-5 4/11 at Sacred Heart* 10-8 4/14 at #14 Towson* 9-8 4/20 Lafayette 9-3 4/24 Stony Brook 12-13 4/28 #17 Drexel* 7-8 5/2 at #14 Towson# 5-11 *Colonial Athletic Association game #CAA Tournament game 91

W L L L L W L W W W (OT) W L (OT) L L


Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 10-6, 5-1 CAA (15th ranked) 2/23 3/1 3/8 3/15 3/21 3/25 3/29 4/5 4/9 4/12 4/19 4/22 4/26 4/30 5/3 5/11

at Massachusetts 4-8 Brown 7-6 #1 Johns Hopkins 8-7 at #13 Princeton 6-11 Towson* 13-8 #16 Army 7-8 at #11 Drexel* 8-9 Sacred Heart* 20-3 at Villanova* 7-6 Delaware* 11-8 at #13 North Carolina 9-13 at Stony Brook 14-13 at Robert Morris* 13-12 Delaware% 9-7 at #11 Drexel& 10-9 at #4 Johns Hopkins 4-10 (NCAA) *CAA game %CAA Semifinals &CAA Championship NCAA-Opening Round at Johns Hopkins



2/21 #20 Massachusetts 11-10 W 2/28 at #15 Brown 11-10 W (2OT) 3/7 at #10 Johns Hopkins 7-12 L 3/14 #3 Princeton 9-7 W 3/21 at Sacred Heart* 6-5 W 3/24 at Army 9-8 W (2OT) 3/28 Robert Morris* 11-5 W 4/4 Delaware *+ 10-8 W 4/8 Drexel* 12-7 W 4/11 at Towson* 11-10 W 4/18 #10 North Carolina 8-13 L 4/21 Stony Brook 12-11 W 4/25 Villanova* 10-3 W 4/29 Villanova # 7-9 L 5/9 at #7 Cornell (NCAA1) 8-11 L *Colonial Athletic Association game #CAA Tournament game NCAA1-Opening round at Cornell

2/15 2/19 2/26 3/5 3/13 3/19 3/22 3/26 4/2 4/5 4/9 4/16 4/23 4/30 5/4 5/14

Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 11-4, 6-0

Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 6-8, 3-3


Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 13-3, 5-1 (13th ranked) Colgate at Sacred Heart #8 Princeton Harvard Air Force at Delaware* St. John’s Drexel* at Towson* Manhattan at Saint Joseph’s (PA)* at Fairfield vs. #15 Massachusetts* + #20 Penn State* Delaware# at #3 Johns Hopkins (NCAA1)

*Colonial Athletic Association game +Warrior Classic, East Hartford, CT #CAA Tournament game NCAA1-Opening round at Johns Hopkins


Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 9-5, 2-3 (14th ranked) 2/27 3/6 3/13 3/20 3/23 3/27 3/30 4/3 4/6 4/10 4/17 4/24 5/1 5/15

at #9 Princeton #19 Brown #7 Johns Hopkins Sacred Heart* at St. John’s at #18 Massachusetts* Army at #11 Drexel* Manhattan Delaware* + at Penn State* Jacksonville #11 Towson* at #3 Maryland (NCAA1)

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

14-17 L 15-12 W 14-6 W 14-6 W 13-4 W 9-11 L 17-2 W 11-13 L 18-2 W 12-11 W 10-11 L (OT) 14-10 W 12-10 W 8-11 L


2012 LACROSS 2


*-Colonial Athletic Association game +- Big City Classic at Meadowlands #CAA Tournament game NCAA1-Opening round at Maryland





The Hofstra University Office of Athletic Communications welcomes the members of the media covering the 2012 Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse team. If we can be of any assistance to you throughout the year, please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope the following items will help you during your visits to Hofstra University. Enjoy the season. Jim Sheehan Senior Sports Information Director/Lacrosse Contact Hofstra University Swim Center – Suite 262 Hempstead, NY 11549 (516) 463-6764 - Office (516) 523-6692 - Cell (516) 463-5033 - Fax (516) 463-5274 - Shuart Stadium Press Box Phone

Media parking passes should be requested at the same time press box/ sideline passes are requested. The Reserved-Media parking lot is located across the street from the Stadium Building, which houses the press box, on the corner of Belmont Place and Meadowbrook Place. To enter the lot off of Hempstead Turnpike, go south (turn left if coming from the east) on California Avenue. Go 20 yards on California Avenue to Belmont Place and turn left. Go down the block to the last lot on the left, which is on the corner of Meadowbrook Place. Parking is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis in the Reserved-Media lot. Once that lot is filled, media will be directed to the general public parking areas around Shuart Stadium. Photographers who intend to shoot from the field should request a sideline photo pass. Only press and staff photographers will be allowed on the sidelines. All members of the press photo corps are reminded to stay out of the bench areas and stand five yards behind the sideline during the course of the game. Photo sideline passes should always be visible when on the field. Freelance photographers are not allowed on the James M. Shuart Stadium field.

Stephen Gorchov Jim Sheehan Associate Director Senior Sports of Athletics for Information Director Communications Communications

Members of the media are asked to pick up their game information packets consisting of media guides, programs, releases and notes on the tables behind the first row of press seating. A quickie statistics sheet will be distributed at halftime. Several stats monitors are placed in the working press area. Complete game statistical books will be available in the press box 20 minutes after each game. Hofstra University provides numerous telephones for use by the media in the press box. Please indicate your telephone needs when you request your credentials.

Len Skoros Brian Bohl Director of Athletic Senior Assistant Publicationss Director of Athletic Communications

Jim Sheehan is in his 33rd year in the sports public relations profession and in his 25th year at Hofstra University. Sheehan came to Hofstra in 1988 after serving as assistant commissioner of the I-AA Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, from 1985 through 1988. Prior to his Gateway stint, he served as coordinator of media relations for the Houston Gamblers of the United States Football League in 1984-85. Sheehan has also served as director of sports information at the University of Tampa from 1982 through 1984; assistant to the commissioner/information director of the Sunshine State Conference from 1980 through 1984 and director of sports information at his alma mater, Biscayne College, in 1981-82. Jim and his wife, Maureen, have a daughter, Jillian (19). The Sheehan family resides in Middle Village, New York. The James M. Shuart Stadium press box, located on the fourth floor of the Shuart Stadium Building, is intended for working media and scouts. All media members, including radio and television stations, will be seated on the fourth floor while video and television camera locations are on the roof. All press box guests must have a pass, issued by the Hofstra Office of Athletic Communications, to gain entrance. The James M. Shuart Stadium Press Box is equipped with highspeed wireless internet access. To access the wireless network, select HUGuest and enter your email address when prompted. C All members of the press should contact the Office of Athletic

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Communications at least 48 hours before each game for press box space and credentials. Press passes will be left at the media entrance (Gate A) on the west side of the stadium on Meadowbrook Place.


The Hofstra Office of Athletic Communications will provide a touchtone digital phone line for the opponent’s commercial and student radio stations. Visiting teams will need to give the Athletic Communications Office two weeks notice of their intention to broadcast. All calls must be made collect or direct dial from the radio station to James M. Shuart Stadium. Hofstra players and coaches will be available for postgame interviews in the Hofstra Theater on the lower level of Margiotta Hall. Media with credentials should enter Margiotta Hall at the north side door facing the field and take the elevator down. Please contact the visiting publicist concerning the visiting team’s post-game policy in their locker room on the east side of Shuart Stadium. All requests for player interviews during the week should be made at least one day in advance with the Office of Athletic Communications. If you are requesting a phone interview, we will either put you through to the player requested or have the player return your call at a mutually convenient time. Player home phone numbers will not be distributed. In-person interviews may be conducted in a number of locations in and around Margiotta Hall. However, interviews may not be conducted in the locker room or the athletic training room. Hofstra Lacrosse on the Web: Visit for the latest information on Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse or any of the University’s 17 athletic teams.


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FEBRUARY at Syracuse at Pennsylvania

Noon Noon

2012 REGULAR SEASON FEBRUARY 18 Saturday SACRED HEART 25 Saturday at Princeton 28 Tuesday FAIRFIELD

12:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m.

3 10 17 20 24 31

Saturday Saturday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Saturday


3 7 1 21 28

Tuesday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

APRIL DARTMOUTH 7 p.m. SAINT JOSEPH’S (PA)* 1 p.m. at North Carolina (at Charlotte, NC) 1:30 p.m. at Massachusetts* (at Foxborough, MA) 4 p.m. at Penn State* 12 p.m.

2 5

MAY Wednesday CAA Championship Semifinals Saturday CAA Championship Final


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Saturday Sunday Saturday Sunday Saturday Monday


NCAA Championship First Round NCAA Championship First Round NCAA Quarterfinals (Annapolis, MD) NCAA Quarterfinals (Philadelphia, PA) NCAA Semifinals (Foxborough, MA) NCAA Championship (Foxborough, MA)

*CAA game Home games in BOLD CAPS Dates and times subject to change.



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FEBRUARY at Syracuse at Pennsylvania

Noon Noon

2012 REGULAR SEASON FEBRUARY 18 Saturday SACRED HEART 25 Saturday at Princeton 28 Tuesday FAIRFIELD

12:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m.

3 10 17 20 24 31

Saturday Saturday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Saturday


3 7 1 21 28

Tuesday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

APRIL DARTMOUTH 7 p.m. SAINT JOSEPH’S (PA)* 1 p.m. at North Carolina (at Charlotte, NC) 1:30 p.m. at Massachusetts* (at Foxborough, MA) 4 p.m. at Penn State* 12 p.m.

2 5

MAY Wednesday CAA Championship Semifinals Saturday CAA Championship Final


12 13 19 20 26 28

Saturday Sunday Saturday Sunday Saturday Monday


NCAA Championship First Round NCAA Championship First Round NCAA Quarterfinals (Annapolis, MD) NCAA Quarterfinals (Philadelphia, PA) NCAA Semifinals (Foxborough, MA) NCAA Championship (Foxborough, MA)

*CAA game Home games in BOLD CAPS Dates and times subject to change.



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2012 Hofstra Men's Lacrosse Guide  

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