2014 MENâ€™S LACROSSE MEDIA GUIDE Drew Coholan
HOFS TRA Ryan Rielly
TABLE OF CONTENTS
James M. Shuart Stadium/ Hofstra Indoor Practice Facility...66 Howdy Myers Pavilion..................... 67 Academic Support.............................68 Athletic Training...............................69 Long Island and New York City.......70 The Program...................................... 71 The Colonial Athletic Association....72 2013 Statistics and Results...............73 2013 Colonial Athletic Association Review......................74 All-Time Letterwinners.....................77 Hofstra Record Book........................ 82 Hofstra Annual Leaders....................86 Hofstra Lacrosse Award Winners......88 Hofstra Players in the Pros................ 92 National Team Alumni......................94 Coaching Alumni..............................95 Series Records................................... 96 Yearly Records/Coaches Records.....97 All-Time Hofstra Lacrosse Results...98 Media Information.......................... 106 Media Outlets.................................. 107 Special Uniforms............................108 Campus Map................................... 109 2012 Trip To Japan.......................... 110 Warrior............................................ 112 Hofstra Athletic Highlights............. 113 Jim Garvey/Norm Murry................ 114
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Quick Facts.........................................4 Director of Athletics Welcome............5 Hofstra Highlights...............................6 Game Day...........................................8 Hofstra in the Community..................9 HEADstrong.....................................10 Nick Colleluori Tribute..................... 11 Alumni Reflections...........................12 Head Coach Seth Tierney..................14 Assistant Coach Kevin Unterstein....16 Assistant Coach J. P. Brazel..............17 Assistant Coach John Gorman.......... 18 Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Jimmy Prendergast............19 Assistant Athletic Trainer Robert Sullivan.............................20 Associate Dean for University Advisement Rachel Peel-Macandrew...............21 The Hofstra Hundred Club................21 2014 Alphabetical Roster.................. 22 2014 Numerical Roster.....................23 2014 Outlook....................................24 Player Profiles...................................28 2014 Opponents................................48 2014 Composite Schedule.................50 NCAA Lacrosse................................52 NCAA Quarterfinals at Hofstra.........54 This is Hofstra University.................56 Hofstra President...............................57 University Senior Administration.....55 Hofstra Director of Athletics.............58 Athletics Administrative Staff and Head Coaches........................60 Hofstra Lacrosse Academic Plan......62 A Day in the Life of a Hofstra Lacrosse Player....................62 Margiotta Hall...................................64
2014 QUICK FACTS Location: Hempstead, New York 11549 Founded: 1935 Enrollment: 11,090 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Nickname: Pride Colors: Gold, White and Blue Home Stadium (Capacity): James M. Shuart Stadium (13,000)
President: Stuart Rabinowitz Vice President and Director of Athletics: Jeffrey A. Hathaway Deputy Director of Athletics: Dino Mattessich Senior Associate Director of Athletics: Cindy Lewis Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Facilities: Jay Artinian Associate Director of Athletics/Communications: Stephen Gorchov Associate Director of Athletics/External Relations: TBA Associate Director of Athletics/NCAA Education and Compliance Services: Jim Gibbons Assistant Director of Athletics/Ticket Operations: Maria Corvino Assistant Director of Athletics/Marketing and Promotions: Chrissy Arnone Assistant Director of Athletics/ NCAA Education and Compliance Services: Samantha Sweeney Assistant Director of Athletics/Administration: Rachel August Assistant Director of Athletics/Student-Athlete Services and Life Skills Development: James Lally Director of Athletic Development: Jim Furlong Director of Ticket Sales: Haile Urquhart Athletic Department Phone: (516) 463-3800 Associate Director of Athletics/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: Jim.B.Sheehan@hofstra.edu
KEY RETURNEES Torin Varn Sam Llinares Drew Coholan Lance Yapor Mike Malave John Reicherter Ryan Rielly Chris Selva
Pos. A A M A M M LSM G
Cl. Sr. So. Sr. Sr, Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.
GP 14 14 14 11 13 14 14 14
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: GoHofstra.com Head Athletic Trainer: Evan Malings Athletic Trainer - Men’s Lacrosse: Rob Sullivan Equipment Managers: Kathy Theiling, Dave Walsh and John Considine (MLAX) Photographers: Brian Ballweg, Zachary Lane, Kathy Kmonicek, Marcus Snowden
Head Lacrosse Coach: Seth Tierney (Johns Hopkins, 1991) Record at Hofstra: 62-41/Seven seasons Overall Record: Same Email: Seth.Tierney@Hofstra.edu Head Coach’s Phone: (516) 463-6484 Lacrosse Office Fax: (516) 463-3818 Associate Head Coach: Kevin Unterstein (Hofstra, 2008) Office Phone: (516) 463-6629 Email: Kevin.A.Unterstein@Hofstra.edu Assistant Coach: J.P. Brazel (Hofstra, 2000) Office Phone: (516) 463-6617 Email: John.P.Brazel@Hofstra.edu Assistant Coach: John Gorman (Hofstra, 2007) Office Phone: (516) 463-6484 Senior Assistant to the Men’s Lacrosse Coach: Cathy Aull E-mail Address: Cathy.A.Aull@hofstra.edu Office Phone: (516) 463-6484 Fax: (516) 463-3818
2014 LACROSSE INFORMATION
Players Returning/Lost: 23/19 Starters Returning: 6 (Torin Varn-A, Sam Llinares-A, Lance Yapor-A, Drew Coholan-M, Mike Malave-M, Chris Selva-G) Starters Lost: 4+ (Adrian Sorichetti-M, Michael Hamilton-D, Mark Mullen-D, Cody Solaja-D, John Antoniades-FO) 2014 Team Captains: Torin Varn and Anthony Zappone 2013 Record: 7-7 2013 CAA Record: 2-4 (Fifth place)
G - A - Pts. GB 30-2-32 17 19-13-32 26 12-7-19 13 10-7-17 14 11-3-14 6 3-1-4 20 2-0-2 37 14 GP, 14 GS, 7.61 GAA, 159 Svs., .602 Sv. Pct., 7-7 W-L
I would like to welcome you to the 2014 Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse season, the 66th in the rich history of the Pride.
including 2013 Hofstra Athletics Hall of Fame inductee Doug Shanahan. In looking back at the 2013 season, there were many achievements to be proud of. Mark Mullen was named a USILA Scholar All-American, upholding a tradition of stellar work in the classroom by members of the men’s lacrosse program. Several other student-athletes earned postseason recognition for their play. As a team, Hofstra posted one of the biggest wins in program history with an 8-7 victory at second ranked Notre Dame. Off the field, the Pride continued to be leaders in the community through their work with the HEADstrong Foundation, the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation and a variety of other charitable organizations.
We look forward to another exciting season under Head Coach Seth Tierney, as well as hosting the NCAA Division I Quarterfinals on May 17. We are honored to have the opportunity to showcase the sport’s top teams for As Hofstra enters its 66th season of lacrosse, we proudly look the eighth time as quarterfinal hosts. It’s a great opportunity for back on all of our previous achievements; 530 victories (one of our University, our athletic program, Hofstra only 15 programs in the nation Vice President and Director of Athletics Jeff Hathaway fans and for the entire Long Island lacrosse with 500 or more wins); 17 and Hofstra Pride Club President E. David Woycik with community. conference championships; 17 Wounded Warrior alumni Stephen Siwulec and Robert trips to the NCAA Tournament, Cioffi, Jr. The 2014 season will be competitive as our including four quarterfinal team looks to contend for a Colonial Athletic appearances; 45 times ranked Association Championship. The Pride host in the Top 20 nationally in nine of their 14 games at James M. Shuart the final poll; the many AllStadium including contests against perennial Americans, scholar-athletes, powers Cornell and Georgetown. The game all-conference selections against Georgetown will see the return of and North-South All-Star former Hofstra standout Kevin Warne, who Game participants and just as now serves as head coach for the Hoyas. important we look forward Hofstra will to achieving our goals and also welcome meeting the expectations that back Joe we have for our program. Amplo, who both played The beginning of a new season is always cause for excitement and coached and I would like to thank all our former student-athletes, for the Pride, Hofstra students, donors, alumni, parents, friends and the when he brings entire University community for their support of Hofstra his Marquette Lacrosse. Our mission and goals remain consistent – to provide squad to our student-athletes with the resources to be successful in Hempstead to the classroom, win championships on the field and develop open the season. outstanding leaders. My best wishes to Coach Tierney, his staff Jeff Hathaway with 2013 graduates Adrian The Pride and the 2014 Pride team for a successful season. Sorichetti, John Antoniades and Rob Bellairs will also play at Hofstra’s May Commencement a nationallyEnjoy the season and thank you for your continued support, televised game on ESPNU when they visit Princeton February 22. Jeffrey A. Hathaway Vice President and Associate Head Coach Kevin Unterstein has been and continues Director of Athletics to be a great source of Hofstra Pride as he competed for a spot on the United States National Team this past fall and winter. Hofstra has had several former players earn spots on Team USA,
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A MESSAGE FROM THE VICE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
H O F S T R A HOFSTRA HIGHLIGHTS
Then-Newark Mayor Cory Booker was the keynote speaker for Hofstraâ€™s annual P.R.I.D.E. week.
Approximately 2,000 undergraduate, graduate and law students celebrated the completion of their studies during four separate graduation exercises in May 2013.
Hofstra celebrated its Dutch roots with the 30th Annual Dutch Festival on May 5, 2013.
Pop singer Ke$ha headlined Vibe Live during the 2013 Fall Festival.
Hofstra named its School of Communication for distinguished alumnus Lawrence Herbert, the inventor of the Pantone color matching system, to honor his generous support of the University and his revolutionary impact on print and design.Â
Hofstra hosted a Presidential Debate on October 16, 2012, and brought a slate of top political strategists, activists, scholars and journalists to campus as part of an electionthemed event series. WRHU, Hofstra’s radio station, was recently rated the fifth best college radio station in the nation by The Princeton Review.
The Princeton Review recently named the Zarb School of Business one of its “Great Schools for Marketing and Sales Majors.”
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Hofstra is just 25 miles from New York City.
The Hofstra Community raised more than $111,000 for the American Cancer Society as part of the annual Relay for Life, setting a new record for the Hofstra event.
HOFSTRA IN THE COMMUNITY
Hofstra is actively involved in the fight against blood cancer through the HEADstrong Foundation, which was founded by Nick Colleluori before his passing due to 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. Last season the team competed in the firstever Relentless Cup game to benefit HEADstrong. The all-day event took place at Ridley (PA) High School and featured youth and high school games during the day and a matchup of Hofstra and Saint Joseph’s in the evening. 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 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 has helped set-up, sort and pack clothes and goods for both individuals and homeless shelters.
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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. 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. The team is also involved with a variety of initiatives with Hofstra’s StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), including reading programs at local schools, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island clothing drives, the Special Olympics and Long Island Cares Holiday food drives. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in 2012 the men’s lacrosse program made four visits to various South Shore towns to help residents get their homes in order. This was in addition to their support of department-wide initiatives that included cannedfood and clothing drives.
The Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse team lends a great deal of time to the Long Island community.
HEADSTRONG FOUNDATION Nick Colleluori, who would have been part of the class of 2008, fought a “relentless” battle against NonHodgkin’s Lymphoma, and while Nick lost his battle on November 28, 2006, his vision had 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.
HEADstrong Foundation Nick Colleluori Memorial Classic 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 event started in 2007, more than 1.7 million dollars has been raised for the Foundation. For more information on Nick Colleluori and the HEADstrong Foundation, please visit www.HEADstrongfoundation.org
THE RELENTLESS CUP
The Inaugural Relentless Cup was held Saturday April, 2013, at Ridley High School in Folsom, Pennsylvania. The event combined interstate youth games, high school games and was highlighted by Hofstra taking on St. Joseph’s University under the lights at 7 p.m. The event gathered youth lacrosse teams from four states including: Clearview Youth of New Jersey, Huntingtown Youth of Maryland, Ridley Youth of Pennsylvania and Rockville Centre Youth of New York. In addition, both the Ridley High School boy’s and girl’s teams were in action.
“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
The second annual Relentless Cup game will take place April 12, 2014, and will feature a matchup between Lehigh and Georgetown. Proceeds from The Relentless Cup support Nick’s House™, the Nicholas E. Colleluori Lymphoma Research Fund and quality of life services offered by the HEADstrong Foundation.
NICK COLLELUORI TRIBUTE
PREVIOUS #27 JERSEY RECIPIENTS 2010 2011 2012 2013
Adam Swarsen Steven DeNapoli Cole Koesterer John Antoniades
“The opportunity I have been given to wear Nick’s number this year comes with great pride. The impact he has made on not only our team, but on the lacrosse community as a whole speaks volumes of his character. The legacy that comes with hearing his name, seeing his number or witnessing players wearing the lime green are small testaments to what Nick has done for the sport. The standards of resilience, strength and relentlessness are all principles of Nick that Hofstra Lacrosse imparts on its players, both on and off the field. These essential values will remain prevalent in our lives well after our lacrosse careers are over.”
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.
Anthony Zappone 2014
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t’s been nearly 14 years since I graduated from Hofstra University and it still feels so close to me. I will forever be identified as a Hofstra graduate and an alumni of, to me, the richest program in Division I lacrosse. Rich with character, dedication, devotion and an aura that carries with it a certain level of superiority. Entering my senior year of high school as a small town Long Island player, I was not as fortunate as many others to have the exposure to an abundance of colleges. In fact, it was not until my last game of my senior year that Coach Danowski made it to a game of mine and decided to give me a chance to try out for THE FLYING DUTCHMEN! Playing for Hofstra was an easy decision for me, as I always had a strong desire to play in “my backyard”, being from the Island. Hofstra had the best of both worlds – a great education and an amazing lacrosse program. I was away, but close enough to get home for Sunday gravy. For four years, Hofstra far exceeded my expectations. I achieved great success in the classroom and on the field, thanks to the University. I went on to graduate with an elementary education degree in four years, with academic honors. I have been teaching for 14 years. I credit my academic success to the discipline and values that were instilled in me from the lacrosse program regularly. Our academics came first, the coaches insisted on it. The University was dedicated to their student-athletes. We were both pushed to our limits and nurtured as young adults. On the field, it was a transition. I wasn’t sure where I was going to fit in, but the coaches could see my work ethic, my determination and heart. All things the program is known for. I transitioned from the midfield to a long stick defender. They gave me that chance and I ran with it. With their guidance and vision for our team and the program, my collegiate experience was unforgettable. I experienced personal success and success as a team. We
had some unbelievable wins and losses. But it wasn’t just the success on the field I remember best – it was the locker room, the camaraderie, the time we spent together off the field. There was a brotherhood, in which you would do anything but let your coaches and teammates down. We fought for each other not because we had to, but because we wanted to. When you feel that way about your team, it brings success because you’ll do whatever it takes for them. That was and still is, Hofstra Lacrosse. I was lucky to be a part of a program rich from the inside out. Since my graduation in 2000 I have been fortunate enough to continue my career playing in the professional ranks. This has given me the opportunity to play with players from many other universities. I can tell you this, when people hear that you are a “HOFSTRA GUY” they tend to listen a little closer. I can confidently say that we know what it means to WORK. We know what it means to get in the trenches. We know what it means to put our backs against the wall and find a way out. They must know it too. Hofstra guys are a special breed. So much of my on and off field success is a direct reflection of the time I spent at Hofstra – the work ethic, the PRIDE. In my time there I learned that there is no limit to the success you can achieve if you are willing to work for it. I would like to personally wish Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse a successful year. TURNPIKE GUY mentality! Proudly,
Brian Spallina Class of 2000 www.GoHofstra.com
When Coach Danowski recruited me to come to Hofstra University back in 2002, it was an easy decision. I grew up coming to games, watching athletes like Doug Shanahan, Mark Spruyt, Brian Spallina and Tom Kessler. Their schedule consisted of some of the top programs in college lacrosse. I remember Hofstra playing the role of underdog and the “blue collar mentality” they brought to every game. It was motivational, and something that hit so close to home coming from a newlydeveloped program in Shoreham-Wading River. I felt it was the ideal place to continue my career. Over the course of four years our teams had their ups and downs. I can remember most of those games, especially my senior year in which we were able to win 17 straight before losing in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament. But as great as the wins were and as miserable as each loss could be, the most distinct memories that will always remain with me are those with my teammates. I was fortunate to come to Hofstra with a tremendous class of individuals. For four years we shared the good and the bad of every event in close proximity to the team. I remember the focus in the locker room prior to games, Coach Danowski’s inspirational pregame speeches and the celebrations that ensued after a big home win capped off with the song “Sweet Home Alabama” blasting from the locker room speakers. I learned a lot over the course of my career as a Hofstra Lacrosse player, as much as or more than I did in any classroom. The experiences you will encounter and the friendships you will make are everlasting. I can say with certainty that they have shaped me to become the person I am today.
Chris Unterstein Class of 2006 2014 Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse
s a high school lacrosse player growing up on Long Island, the goal was always to get to Hofstra. For years, Hofstra played host to county, Long Island and New York State Championships for lacrosse. To have the opportunity to play in those games at Shuart Stadium represent some of the most exciting moments of my high school athletic career.
MEN’S LACROSSE HEAD COACH
SETH TIERNEY Seth Tierney became the fifth head coach in the history of the Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse program when he was hired for the position in August 2006. Entering his eighth season in 2014, Tierney has led the Pride to 62 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 before leaving for a similar position at his alma mater, Johns Hopkins University. During his six-year assistant coaching tenure with the Pride, Hofstra recorded six consecutive winning seasons with a combined overall record of 61-28 and a conference mark of 29-2, captured five league titles, received five top 15 final national rankings and played in four NCAA Championship tournaments. 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.
Last season the Pride possessed one of the top defenses in the country, ranking third in goals against average (7.79) and climbing as high as sixth in the national media rankings and seventh in the coaches rankings. Included were victories at second-ranked Notre Dame and 13th-ranked Fairfield during their 7-7 season. While Hofstra had three USILA North-South Senior All-Star Game participants in John Antoniades, Cody Solaja and Adrian Sorichetti, and classmate Mark Mullen was an All-CAA first team selection and a USILA Scholar AllAmerican, several young players emerged as stars in sophomore goalie Chris Selva, who ranked fouth in the nation in save percentage and fifth in goals against average on his way to second team All-CAA accolades, and CAA All-Rookie Team selections Sam Llinares, who led the team in assists and was tied for team honors in points, and Brian von Bargen, who tallied eight goals. In 2012 Hofstra battled through some key injuries on the offensive side and was involved in eight games decided by two goals or less during a 6-8 season. Andrew Gvozden was named a USILA Scholar-All-American and the CAA Men’s Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete of the Year and six players were named to the All-CAA Team led by first team selection Adrian Sorichetti. In 2011 Hofstra recorded a 13-3 record, captured the CAA regular season title and earned its school record-breaking fourth consecutive bid to the NCAA Championship. In addition, the Pride had four players – Jay Card, Mike Skudin, Andrew Gvozden and John Antoniades – earn USILA All-America 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 All-American and CAA Men’s Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors. To close out the year, Skudin, DeNapoli and Card were named to the NorthSouth Senior All-Star Game with DeNapoli leading all goal scorers in the contest with three. The Pride made its third consecutive trip to the NCAA Championship in 2010 and finished the year with a 9-5 record. Hofstra had two players named to the USILA All-America team, five named to the All-CAA team and two more named to the CAA AllRookie Team. In 2009 Tierney directed the Pride to an 11-4 overall, a 6-0 mark during the CAA regular season and his second NCAA Championship bid. Five Hofstra players were named to the All-CAA Teams, including first team selection Jay Card, who was voted the
HOFS TRA 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. 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 All-America honors and had seven players named to All-CAA teams, including three All-Rookie selections. Tierney returned to Hofstra after a six-year tenure at John Hopkins, with the final two seasons as associate head coach. As the Blue Jays offensive coordinator, he was the architect of one of the most potent and explosive offenses in the nation in recent 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.
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A total of 21 Blue Jay midfielders and attackmen earned AllAmerica 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’ Turnbull-Reynolds Award as a senior as the player most exemplifying leadership and sportsmanship. Tierney was also selected to play in the North-South 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 (15), and a daughter, Erin (13). The Tierney family resides in Massapequa, New York.
SETH TIERNEY AT HOFSTRA
2007 6-8 2008 10-6 CAA Champions, NCAA Tournament 2009 11-4 NCAA Tournament 2010 9-5 NCAA Tournament 2011 13-3 NCAA Tournament 2012 6-8 2013 7-7 Career 62-41
CAA Player of the Year. In addition, four Pride players were named to the USILA All-America team and one was voted to the USILA Scholar-Athlete All-America Team. For his efforts, Tierney was named the CAA co-Coach of the Year.
ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH
UNTERSTEIN Kevin Unterstein is entering his fourth season on the Hofstra Menâ€™s Lacrosse staff and his first year as associate head coach in 2013-14. During his coaching tenure at Hofstra, he has worked with the defense, the face-off specialists and the man-down unit. In 2011 the Pride led the nation in scoring defense (6.56 gpga) and ranked sixth in face-off winning percentage (.622) and turnover average (13.69). Hofstra was also sixth in mandown percentage (.760) in 2012. Last season the Pride ranked first in turnovers per game (11.36), third in scoring defense (7.79 gpga) and 28th in man-down defense (.667). A 2008 graduate of Hofstra with a degree in sociology, Unterstein enjoyed a stellar playing career as a short-stick defensive midfielder from 2005 through 2008. As a senior he recorded a team-leading 70 ground balls while helping to guide the Pride to 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-America 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. Since September 2013 Unterstein has been involved with qualifying for the United States Lacrosse Team, earning a spot on both the U.S. National Team Training squad and the U.S. National Blue Team for the Champions Challenge, the final evaluation before Team USA is selected. Following graduation in 2008 he became an assistant under Bill Tierney at Princeton in 2009, working with the defense and faceoff specialists. He would follow Tierney to Denver in 2010 to help coordinate the Pioneersâ€™ man-down unit and work specifically with the defensive midfielders. He would also aid assistant coach Trevor Tierney with the defense and the overall face-off game. Unterstein has also played professionally in Major League Lacrosse, playing for the Long Island/New York Lizards in 2009, 2012 and 2013, and the Denver Outlaws in 2010 and 2011. A native of Shoreham, New York, he was a high school AllAmerican at Shoreham-Wading River High, where he was part of four Suffolk County championships and one state championship. Unterstein and his wife, Melissa, reside in North Babylon, New York.
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U.S. National Training Team U.S. National Blue Team for Champions Challenge
BRAZEL Hofstra alumnus J.P. Brazel is in his third season on the Pride men’s lacrosse staff in 2014. He is entering his second season as offensive coordinator and third season as goalies coach and recruiting coordinator.
Brazel began his college coaching career as an assistant coach under Rich Speckmann at Nassau Community College from 2003 to 2006. 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. Brazel coached seven NJCAA All-American defenders as well as a twotime All-American goalie during his Nassau CC tenure.
During his short tenure at Hofstra he has directed two goalies, Andrew Gvozden and Chris Selva, who have ranked in the top 12 in the nation while the team defense has been among the top 13.
Nassau was also the start of Brazel’s college academic and athletic career. In 1999 Brazel earned National Junior College Athletic Association All-America honors and was 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.
A former goalie at Hofstra during the 2001 and 2002 seasons, Brazel returned to Hofstra in 2011 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 (2007-10) 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 dayto-day lacrosse operations. Brazel coached three All-Colonial Athletic Association defenders at Sacred Heart 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.
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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. Brazel holds a degree in psychology from Hofstra University and has presented at both the U.S. Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association and Connecticut High School Coaches conventions in recent years. Brazel, his wife, Jenna, and newborn son, Eamon Patrick, reside in Massapequa, New York.
Brazel began his Division I coaching career during the 2006-07 academic 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 guidance, the Jaspers made a jump of more than three goals per game during the 2007 season.
GORMAN Hofstra alumnus John Gorman is in his second season as an assistant coach on the Pride men’s lacrosse staff in 2014. The three-year Pride letterman returned to Hofstra in 2013 after serving as a teacher and coach since 2007. Gorman has served as assistant varsity lacrosse coach at South Side High School on Long Island since the fall of 2007 through 2012, and assistant varsity and junior varsity head wrestling coach from November 2010 through 2012. He has also been teaching in the Rockville Centre School District since 2008. The Lindenhurst, New York, native was a midfielder for the Pride from 2005 through the 2007 seasons. During that time, he played in a total of 40 games, starting 15, and picked up 30 ground balls and one assist.
Hofstra’s 2006 team that posted a school record 17 wins, won the Colonial Athletic Association championship, advanced to the NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship quarterfinals and received his first Barbaccia Award. He also tallied one assist and picked up seven ground balls on the season. Gorman played in 10 games as a sophomore in 2005, picking up three ground balls and receiving the David McCartney Memorial Endowed Scholarship Award. Gorman came to Hofstra after two years and one playing season at Nassau Community College in Garden City, New York, where he was a NJCAA All-America second team selection, team captain and helped lead the Lions to the division championship and the NJCAA national semifinals. A three-sport athlete at Lindenhurst (NY) High School, Gorman lettered in lacrosse, football and wrestling and was a two-time All-Suffolk County selection in wrestling and an honorable mention all-county pick in football. Gorman, who has also served as a lifeguard for the Town of Babylon since 1999, has a degree in physical education from Hofstra.
As a senior captain in 2007, Gorman started all 14 games, picked up 20 ground balls and received the Bengt Barbaccia Award for the second consecutive year. He was part of
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PRENDERGAST James Prendergast is in his fifth 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. 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.
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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.
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SULLIVAN Robert Sullivan came to Hofstra University as an assistant athletic trainer in September 2004. He oversees the Margiotta Hall Athletic Training Room and the athletic training needs for the Pride menâ€™s lacrosse and golf teams. Sullivan attended Frostburg State University from 1988 through 1992 and earned a degree in health and physical education with a concentration in athletic training. From 1991 through 1994 he served as a seasonal assistant athletic trainer for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League.
trainer at Kings Park (NY) Physical Therapy from September 1999 through February 2004, which also included a two-year stint (1999-2001) as head athletic trainer at Northport (NY) High School. During that time Sullivan also completed an advanced masterâ€™s degree in athletic training at LIU Brooklyn in 2003. In February 2004 Sullivan accepted a position as assistant athletic trainer for the Berlin Thunder of the NFL-Europe League. The Thunder captured the NFL-E World Bowl Championship that season. Sullivan, a native of Port Jefferson Station on Long Island, currently resides in Roslyn, New York.
Sullivan served as head athletic trainer at the Spagnoli Physical Therapy Clinic in Centereach, New York, from April 1995 through August 1999. He then went on to serve as head athletic
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PEEL-MACANDREW Rachel Peel-Macandrew is an Associate Dean for the Center for University Advisement. She has worked at Hofstra since 2003, first serving as an assistant dean before being promoted to an associate dean in 2007.
Peel-Macandrew supervisors and directs the student-athlete advisement program, helping to develop a comprehensive advisement center for all studentathletes while ensuring compliance with the NCAA. She also coordinates registration efforts and develops graduation plans. She serves as a liaison to the Office of the Provost to resolve academic questions and monitors the academic progress of student-athletes while paying special attention to at-risk students. In her role, she submits NCAA academic performance data, including APR and graduation success rates, to the compliance office.
Before coming to Hofstra, Peel-Macandrew was an associate vice president for Credit Suisse First Boston Corp from 1999 to 2003. In that role, which featured time in New York City and Melbourne, Australia, she managed a team that was responsible for all equity and debt. Her staff traded and stabilized companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ. Peel-Macandrew started her full-time financial career as an analyst for Salomon Smith Barney in London, working in equity capital markets from 1995 to 1999. She coordinated intern and external agency systems and worked on multi-departmental initiatives that encompassed the operations, financial and technology departments.
Peel-Macandrew earned her undergraduate degree in social policy and economics from Leeds University in Yorkshire, England, graduating with honors in 1993. She also holds two master’s degrees from Hofstra, earning one in physical education in 2005 and another in educational leadership and policy studies in 2012.
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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 2013 Hofstra Hundred Club members: Joe Amplo Donna and John Antoniades Christopher Artinian Jay Artinian Bob Berstein P.J. Bjorneby Carol and Jean Caputo Joe and Jill Carrello Traci DeGeorge Lou DiBlasi Dotson Family Doug Edmonds
Gerry Fay Ed Finegan Joseph Fowler Drs. Arno and Mindy Fried Adam Gelcich Flo and Filippa Girardi Mike Greco Marty Greenberg Ryan Grimes Doug Hall Chris Hein Greg Hein
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Rick and Sue Llinares Stephen Loizeaux Anthony and Carole Mazzarella James C. Metzger Rick and Jill Mullen William Munck Tom and Sue Nunziata Robert Parrinelli Tony Perettine Bob Quinlan Mike Ricigliano
Steve and Kristen Rielly Frank and Nancy Romano Dr. James M. and Marjorie Shuart John and Diane Skudin Adam Snyder Bill and Kathleen Stanley Jay Sullivan Chris and Barbara Sweeney Von Bargen Family Col. E. David Woycik Dr. Allen Zagoren
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Name Nick Altmann Joe Baker Tyler Begley Matthew Boyer Corey Caputo Kris Clarke Drew Coholan Vinny Colatriano Eddie Collins Cole Considine Brier Davis Michael Diener Tyler Fleury Zachary Franco Giovanni Girardi Korey Hendrickson Connor Horl Chris Howell Trevor Kupecky Ian Leary Sam Llinares Mike Malave Seth Miller Jack Moorehead Tim Nowak Brandyn O’Connell John Puckhaber John Reicherter Peter Reilly Ryan Rielly Steve Romano Stephen Satterthwaite Nate Schilling Chris Selva Steele Stockstill Finn Sullivan Shane Sweeney Torin Varn Tommy Voelkel Brian von Bargen Lance Yapor Anthony Zappone
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Cl. Hometown/High School/Previous College Fr. Severna Park, MD/Chesapeake So. Hummelstown, PA/Hershey Jr. East Islip, NY/East Islip So. Pottstown, PA/Owen J. Roberts RJr. Darien, CT/Darien Fr. Bellmore, NY/Chaminade RSr. Rochester, NY/Irondequoit So. Bridgewater, NJ/Bridgewater-Raritan RSo. Long Beach, NY/Long Beach Fr. Rockville Centre, NY/South Side Fr. Caledon, ON, Canada/The McCallie School (TN) Fr. Boca Raton, FL/Pine Crest School Fr. Edmonton, AL, Canada/The Hill Academy Fr. Arnold, MD/Broadneck So. Laurel Hollow, NY/Cold Spring Harbor RSo. Farmingdale, NY/Farmingdale Jr. Garden City, NY/Garden City RJr. Bethlehem, PA/The Hill School Fr. King of Prussia, PA/Upper Merion Sr. Hicksville, NY/Hicksville/NYIT So. Hauppauge, NY/Hauppauge Jr. Wading River, NY/Shoreham-Wading River Fr. Potomac Falls, VA/St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes RJr. East Northport, NY/John Glenn Fr. Oakdale, NY/St. John the Baptist Fr. Downingtown, PA/Downingtown East Fr. Wantagh, NY/St. Anthony’s Jr. Wantagh, NY/Wantagh Fr. Niskayuna, NY/Christian Brothers Academy Jr. East Northport, NY/John Glenn Jr. Massapequa, NY/Massapequa Fr. Downingtown, PA/Malvern Prep Fr. Gambrills, MD/Archbishop Spalding Jr. Parkland, FL/St. Thomas Aquinas So. Jupiter, FL/Jupiter Christian So. West Roxbury, MA/Avon Old Farms RFr. Hicksville, NY/Hicksville Sr. Ithaca, NY/Ithaca Fr. Chapel Hill, NC/Chapel Hill So. Wantagh, NY/Wantagh Sr. Glenview, IL/Glenbrook, IL Sr. Ballston Lake, NY/Shenendehowa
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2014 NUMERICAL ROSTER Name Giovanni Girardi Lance Yapor Nick Altmann Steve Romano Sam Llinares Ryan Rielly Mike Malave John Puckhaber Brier Davis Brandyn O’Connell Drew Coholan Steele Stockstill Tyler Begley Michael Diener Chris Howell Torin Varn Trevor Kupecky Vinny Colatriano Korey Hendrickson John Reicherter Corey Caputo Ian Leary Anthony Zappone Brian von Bargen Jack Moorehead Tim Nowak Seth Miller Cole Considine Chris Selva Stephen Satterthwaite Nate Schilling Joe Baker Shane Sweeney Tommy Voelkel Kris Clarke Peter Reilly Finn Sullivan Tyler Fleury Zachary Franco Matthew Boyer Connor Horl Eddie Collins
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Wt. 184 190 200 190 155 189 183 180 176 165 167 172 198 210 192 175 165 222 180 189 180 190 175 200 235 180 165 180 158 170 200 185 190 170 170 195 200 190 185 165 240 180
Cl. Hometown/High School/Previous College So. Laurel Hollow, NY/Cold Spring Harbor Sr. Glenview, IL/Glenbrook, IL Fr. Severna Park, MD/Chesapeake Jr. Massapequa, NY/Massapequa So. Hauppauge, NY/Hauppauge Jr. East Northport, NY/John Glenn Jr. Wading River, NY/Shoreham-Wading River Fr. Wantagh, NY/St. Anthony’s Fr. Caledon, ON, Canada/The McCallie School (TN) Fr. Downingtown, PA/Downingtown East RSr. Rochester, NY/Irondequoit So. Jupiter, FL/Jupiter Christian Jr. East Islip, NY/East Islip Fr. Boca Raton, FL/Pine Crest School RJr. Bethlehem, PA/The Hill School Sr. Ithaca, NY/Ithaca Fr. King of Prussia, PA/Upper Merion So. Bridgewater, NJ/Bridgewater-Raritan RSo. Farmingdale, NY/Farmingdale Jr. Wantagh, NY/Wantagh RJr. Darien, CT/Darien Sr. Hicksville, NY/Hicksville/NYIT Sr. Ballston Lake, NY/Shenendehowa So. Wantagh, NY/Wantagh RJr. East Northport, NY/John Glenn Fr. Oakdale, NY/St. John the Baptist Fr. Potomac Falls, VA/St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes Fr. Rockville Centre, NY/South Side Jr. Parkland, FL/St. Thomas Aquinas Fr. Downingtown, PA/Malvern Prep Fr. Gambrills, MD/Archbishop Spalding So. Hummelstown, PA/Hershey RFr. Hicksville, NY/Hicksville Fr. Chapel Hill, NC/Chapel Hill Fr. Bellmore, NY/Chaminade Fr. Niskayuna, NY/Christian Brothers Academy So. West Roxbury, MA/Avon Old Farms Fr. Edmonton, AL, Canada/The Hill Academy Fr. Arnold, MD/Broadneck So. Pottstown, PA/Owen J. Roberts Jr. Garden City, NY/Garden City RSo. Long Beach, NY/Long Beach
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Seth Tierney (Johns Hopkins, 1991), eighth season Kevin Unterstein (Hofstra, 2008) J.P. Brazel (Hofstra, 2002) John Gorman (Hofstra, 2007)
Entering his eighth season as Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse Coach, Seth Tierney will be looking to return the Pride back into the upper echelon of the Colonial Athletic Association and a return to the NCAA Division I Championships in 2014. Armed with a roster that includes 23 returning players, including six starters, from last year’s 7-7 squad that included four one-goal losses, Tierney will be looking to fill some vacant spots in the line-up from a group of mostly young talented returnees and some even younger, talented newcomers.
Tierney, who is 62-41 in his seven seasons at Hofstra, enters the new year with his biggest newcomer class of 17 since the 2010 season when the Pride had 22 freshmen on the roster. The Hofstra staff is hoping for similar results as the Pride qualified for the NCAA Championship for the third consecutive year that season and added a schoolrecord fourth straight national tournament bid in 2011. In addition to the 17 freshmen, Hofstra will also have nine sophomores, 10 juniors and a strong leadership core of five seniors, headed by co-captains attackman Torin Varn and short-stick defensive midfielder Anthony Zappone in 2014.
Offensively, Hofstra returns seven of their top eight scorers from last year and lost
just 22 goals and 17 assists from last year’s team that tallied 121 goals (8.64 gpg). Most of those points were lost due to the graduation of midfielder Adrian Sorichetti, who tallied 60 goals and 33 assists, including 15 goals and 12 assists in 2013, during his four-year career. Tierney is confident that the lost offense can be found and added to from within the 2014 roster. On defense, the Pride staff will face a challenge in finding not only the replacements, but the right chemistry, for the loss to graduation of the entire starting close defense from 2013. That trio, in front of 2013 All-CAA second team goalie, junior Chris Selva, gave Hofstra the third-best defense (7.79 gaa) in Division I last season. Selva ranked in the top five in both save percentage and goals against average last year which earned him a 2014 Preseason All-America honorable mention in the Inside Lacrosse Face-off Yearbook. But while the close defense may be a concern, Tierney and staff are pleased with the return of the entire starting attack, a deep midfield including two returning starters, the return of many key members of the defensive midfield and an all-conference goalie, as well as a deep class of newcomers. Finding the right chemistry will once again be a key for the Pride’s success in 2014. The goals, as in the past, are the same according to Tierney, “…taking one game at a time, making the CAA tournament, winning the conference title, and getting the golden ticket for a return to the NCAA Championship.” This year, the big carrot returns for the Pride in the NCAA tournament as Hofstra, for the eighth time in program history, will host one of the quarterfinal doubleheaders on May 17.
The return of your starting attack unit is usually enough reason for joy. But add on several promising newcomers and it is reason for a celebration. But while the Pride staff is not releasing the confetti just yet, Tierney is happy with the emergence, and return, of last year’s starting attack unit of senior Torin Varn (Ithaca, NY), senior Lance Yapor (Glenview, IL) and sophomore Sam Llinares (Hauppauge, NY). “With two seniors and a sophomore back, we are looking for some poise and an edge on attack to turn some of those past close games our way this season,” Tierney commented. Varn, a 2014 co-Captain, exploded offensively last season jumping from eight goals and one assist as a sophomore to 30 goals and two assists in 2013. He led the team in goals and was tied for team honors in points. Senior Lance Yapor, who tallied 25 goals and 10 assists as a sophomore in 2012, was slowed by an injury but still added 10 goals and seven assists in 11 games as a junior. Sophomore Sam Llinares (Hauppauge, NY) burst upon the scene in 2013 and led the team with 13 assists, was second with 19 goals, and finished tied with Varn for team honors with 32 points. He was named to the CAA All-Rookie Team last year. “It is great having
HOFS TRA Several newcomers could jump into the mix on attack including three US Lacrosse All-Americans in Brandyn O’Connell (Downingtown, PA), from Downingtown East High School, Canadian Brier Davis (Caledon ON, Canada), from The McCallie School in Tennessee and Seth Miller (Potomac Falls, VA), from St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes High School in Alexandria, Virginia.
time in seven games as a freshman but Tierney feels he has the tools to break into the group of top six midfielders. Several newcomers will challenge for a role in the first two midfields including Nick Altmann (Severna Park, MD), a two-time all-county selection from Chesapeake High School, Trevor Kupecky (King of Prussia, PA), a four-time all-area selection from Upper Merion High School, and Zachary Franco (Arnold, MD), a three-time all-county selection from Broadneck High School.
The Hofstra midfield is deep and talented with a nice combination of returnees and newcomers. Leading the way is senior Drew Coholan (Rochester, NY), who tallied a career-high 12 goals and seven assists in 2013. Coholan has battled injuries during his career but rebounded to start all 14 games in 2013 after playing in just six the previous two years. With the loss of Sorichetti to graduation, Coholan will be looked upon for leadership at the midfield as well. “Drew is playing very well and we are glad that he returned for his final season,” Tierney said. “He is showing a lot of poise and is doing some good things with the ball.” Junior Mike Malave (Wading River, NY) also tallied careerhigh numbers of 11 goals and three assists last season. Malave started 13 games and boosted his statistical numbers while playing with Coholan and Sorichetti in 2013. “Mike is playing well with some confidence entering the season,” Tierney commented. “We think he has much more potential so we will be looking for more from him this year.” Red-shirt sophomore Korey Hendrickson (Farmingdale, NY), who showed great promise as a freshman in 2012, returns to the Pride roster in 2014 after missing last season. “Korey returns with an edge,” Tierney said. “He is a tough, strong, fast player who can shoot the ball and we are looking to get some good production out of him.” Sophomore Brian von Bargen (Wantagh, NY) was another freshman who showed great promise in 2013 and earned CAA All-Rookie Team honors. Playing on the second midfield, he played in all 14 games and tallied eight goals, including a big goal in an upset of #2 Notre Dame, in his freshman season. He was banged up in the preseason but Tierney is “...looking forward to the return of a bigger, stronger von Bargen for the start of the season.” Junior Tyler Begley (East Islip, NY), a CAA All-Rookie Team selection in 2012 after scoring 10 goals and seven assists, played in all 14 games last season but saw his stats slip to four goals and four assists. But Tierney sees a bigger and stronger Begley being in the midfield mix for playing time. Sophomore Steel Stockstill (Jupiter, FL) saw limited
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all three return from last year,” Tierney said. “The trio has created some chemistry and I am looking forward to what they can do this year.”
The long-stick midfield position is in the capable hands of junior Ryan Rielly (East Northport, NY), who has played in all 28 games the past two seasons. Last season, he tallied two goals with the pole and, more importantly, scooped up 37 ground balls and forced 12 turnovers, both second on the team. “Ryan did a great job as a freshman, was the heart of the defense as a sophomore and we are looking for him to be a leader as a junior,” Tierney stated. “He understands the defense and is a tremendous competitor.” Red-shirt junior Chris Howell (Bethlehem, PA), who has seen limited action the past two seasons, and freshman Peter Reilly (Niskayuna, NY), a US Lacrosse All-American selection as a senior at Christian Brothers Academy in Albany, will back-up Rielly. Canadian newcomer Tyler Fleury (Edmonton, AL, Canada), a Team Alberta National Team Captain, was expected to be in the mix but suffered a season-ending injury during the preseason.
The short-stick defensive midfield positions is another area of strength with the return of all three “shorties” from last season in senior co-captain Anthony Zappone (Ballston Lake, NY), and juniors John Reicherter (Wantagh, NY) and Steve Romano (Massapequa, NY). Zappone, who is also the Nick Colleluori Memorial Award recipient in 2014 and will wear #27 in honor of the former Hofstra player, played in all 14 games, picking up 23 ground balls and forcing seven turnovers. Reicherter also played in all 14 contests and tallied three goals and one assist with 20 ground balls and three forced turnovers. Romano, another 14-game performer, tallied 21 ground balls and forced three turnovers. “Having these three back is a huge help,” Tierney said. “These guys are the heart and soul in between the line type guys. Anthony understands the defense and is a great leader. All three are unbelievable athletes and we are going to give them the opportunity to open up and play a little offense after clearing the ball this season.” Freshman Tom Voelkel (Chapel Hill, NC), a two-time all-state selection, has impressed the Corey Caputo coaching staff with his desire to be in the mix and will be the fourth short-stick defensive midfielder. The graduation of four-year face-off specialist John Antoniades has led the position wide open for a fierce, fourway battle between three returnees and a newcomer for the starting spot. Junior Connor Horl (Garden City, NY) and sophomores Giovanni Girardi (Laurel Hollow, NY) and Vinny Colatriano (Bridgewater, NJ) all played sparingly for the Pride last season as Antoniades took all but 11 face-offs on the year. But it is freshman Kris Clarke (Bellmore, NY), an all-catholic league selection from Chaminade High School who won more than 70 percent of his face-offs in his final two seasons, who has emerged as the front-runner for the starting job. “Clarke has done a great job and has an uncanny way of getting the ball out,” Tierney says. “He has worked hard, has a great work-ethic and we’ll see how he develops.”
HOFS TRA The close defense took a hit with the graduation of all three starters in All-CAA first team selection Mark Mullen, four-year starter Cody Solaja and graduate-student Michael Hamilton. “The defense is a concern but not because of lack of ability, potential or opportunity,” Tierney says. “It’s only because they haven’t had full-time roles yet.” The 2014 defense will be anchored around senior Corey Caputo (Darien, CT), who missed the 2013 season with an injury after playing in all 30 games the previous two seasons. Including Caputo, Tierney sees “…a core of four players who will battle it out to see which three will have the best starting chemistry.” Sophomore Finn Sullivan (West Roxbury, MA), who saw limited action last season, and freshmen Stephen Satterthwaite (Downingtown, PA), from Malvern Prep High School, and Michael Diener (Boca Raton, FL), an all-county selection who played for Hofstra lacrosse great Doug Shanahan at Pine Crest High School, have “separated themselves from the rest of the defensive group,” according to Tierney. Senior Ian Leary (Hicksville, NY), who sat out last season after transferring from New York Institute of Technology, red-shirt junior Jack Moorehead (East Northport, NY), who saw action in 11 games last season and could see action on the man-down unit, red-shirt freshman Shane Sweeney (Hicksville, NY), a two-time all-county selection at Hicksville High School, and freshman Nate Schilling (Gambrills, MD), a two-time all-county selection at Archbishop Spalding High School, will all be in the hunt for playing time.
There is little concern in the goal for Tierney this season as he states “we basically have two starting goalies” in junior Chris Selva (Parkland, FL) and red-shirt sophomore Eddie Collins (Long Beach, NY). While Tierney may consider them both starter-caliber, it is Selva, who earned 2014 Preseason All-America honorable mention by Inside Lacrosse’s Faceoff Yearbook and will return between the pipes. The AllCAA second team selection last season ranked fourth in the country in save percentage (.602) and fifth in goals against average (7.61) while starting all 14 contests and playing all but 21 minutes on the season. Collins, a US Lacrosse All-American at Long Beach High School, earned NJCAA All-American second team honors at nearby Nassau Community College while helping to lead the Lions to the national finals in 2012. “We are lucky to have two guys, with different styles, who are outstanding goalies,” Tierney states. “Chris had a great season last year, is a solid leader of the defense and is one of the most competitive players that I have ever coached. Eddie has done anything and everything that we have asked and has earned a ton of respect as a great stopper as well.” Sophomore walk-on Matt Boyer (Pottstown, PA), an all-area first team selection at Owen J. Roberts High School in 2012, will be waiting in the wings for some playing time.
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Attack 6-2, 198, Junior East Islip, NY/East Islip High School Coach: Joe Ancona Third season on the Pride Lacrosse team…2013: Played in 14 games and started two as a sophomore…Started against St. John’s and Drexel…Tied for seventh on the team with eight points…Was eighth on the team with four goals and fifth in assists… Tallied solo goals against Harvard, Notre Dame, Dartmouth and Towson…Posted solo assists in games against Delaware, St. John’s, Drexel and St. Joseph’s… Scored two man-up goals in games against Dartmouth and Towson… Picked up seven ground balls including two against St. John’s and North Carolina… Took 24 shots including 18 on goal…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…Named to Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll…2012: CAA All-Rookie selection…Played in all 14 games and started 12 as a freshman…Was fifth on the team in goals, assists and points… Tallied 10 goals including four multigoal contests…Scored a season-high three goals against Delaware…Posted two goals against Harvard, Towson and St. Joseph’s…Was second on the team with four man-up goals…Dished out seven assists including three against Dartmouth and two at Massachusetts… Recorded a season-best four points (3-1) against
Delaware and three points (0-3) against Dartmouth…Picked up 13 ground balls including three at Penn State and two against Dartmouth, St. Joseph’s and UNC…Took 32 shots with 20 on goal…Fired off four shots against Delaware…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 ScholarAthlete 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…Management major. Year GP 2012 14 2013 14 Career 28
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23 COREY CAPUTO Defense/LSM 5-11, 180, Senior (RS) Darien, CT/Darien High School Coach: Jeff Bramier
Fifth year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2013: Missed the entire season due to injury…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…Named to Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll…2012: Played in 14 games and started nine on defense and as a long-stick middie as a sophomore…Tallied the first goal of his career in the season opener against Sacred Heart…Picked up nine ground balls on the season including a season-high three against Sacred Heart…Forced six turnovers including three against both Sacred Heart and Princeton…Took two shots on the year against Sacred Heart and St. Joseph’s… CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…Named to Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll…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
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Midfield 6-0, 167, Senior (RS) Rochester, NY/Irondequoit High School Coach: Craig Whipple
Fifth-year senior on the Hofstra Lacrosse team…2013: Started all 14 games as a junior…Was fourth on the team with 12 goals and 19 points and third with seven assists… Recorded career-highs of three goals and four points against Drexel…Posted two goals versus St. Joseph’s and Harvard… Credited with game-winning goals against Harvard and St. Joe’s…Notched man-up scores against Harvard and Drexel… Tallied single assists in seven games including a team-high four against league opponents… Recorded multiplepoint games five times… Picked up 13 ground balls including two against Harvard, Notre Dame and St. Joe’s…Took 63 shot including 38 on goal…Fired seven shots in games four times and six once…2012: Started in the season-opener against Sacred Heart University before suffering a seasonending injury… Recorded an assist in his lone contest of the season…2011: Played in
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 Team of the Year…2008 team was ranked fourth in the nation by Inside Lacrosse…Two-time allconference 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…Has coached Under-11 lacrosse team during the summers…Also recruited by Hobart, Bryant and St. John’s…Aspires to a career in finance… Speech communications and rhetorical studies major.
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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 Tigers…Credited with one gamewinning goal…Picked up three ground balls on the year all in the Harvard contest…Took five shots with three on cage… Fired two shots in games against Princeton and Air Force… CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…2010: Played in all 14 games and started one at midfield as a freshman… Tallied three goals and three assists for six points…Scored goals against Army, Manhattan and Jacksonville…Posted two assists against Manhattan and one against Jacksonville…Notched three points in win over Manhattan 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 alltournament 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 GP 2010 14 2011 5 2012 1 2013 14 Career 34
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18 VINNY COLATRIANO Midfield/Face-off Specialist 6-3, 222, Sophomore Bridgewater, NJ/Bridgewater-Raritan High School Coach: Chuck Apel
Second season on the Pride Lacrosse roster…2013: Saw limited action in two games as a freshman…Played against Dartmouth and St. Joseph’s…Took one face-off in each contest…Posted a 0-2 face-off record…High School: Played four seasons of lacrosse at Bridgewater-Raritan High School in New Jersey...U.S. Lacrosse All-American as a senior…Tallied 14 goals, 5 assists and picked up 57 ground balls in 2012...Most Valuable Player of the Somerset County Tournament as a senior…Member of the Panthers’ 2011 and 2012 New Jersey State Championship team that posted a 20-2 record and was ranked eighth in the nation by LaxPower in 2011 and 21-0 and ranked first in the state and 13th in the country in 2012...Also a member of the Group 4 State Championship team in 2009...Won more than 70 percent of his face-offs in his scholastic career...Also played four seasons of football...Personal: Born October 20, 1993...Has two sisters including a twin...Recruited by UMass, Rutgers, Towson, North Carolina, Lehigh, Denver and Penn State...Served as president of Rachel’s Challenge at Bridgewater HS...United Way volunteer… Business major. Year GP Sht. G A Pts. 2013 2 0 0 0 0
Goalie 6-0, 180, Sophomore (RS) Long Beach, NY/Long Beach/Nassau CC High School Coach: Jim Kasper Second season on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…Came to Hofstra in the Fall of 2012 after attending Nassau Community College for two years and playing on the Lions’ lacrosse team for one…2013: Did not see any game action…At Nassau CC: 2012: NJCAA All-America second team selection…Played in 18 games and recorded 148 saves for a .578 save percentage and a 7.41 goals against average for the Lions…Key member of the Nassau team that posted a 15-4 record and captured 2012 NJCAA district and regional titles and was a national finalist…2011: Red-shirted and did not play…High School: Played four years of lacrosse at Long beach (NY) High School… U.S. Lacrosse All-American as a senior in 2010…Recorded an 8.11 goals against average and a .607 save percentage for the Marines2009 U.S. Lacrosse All-American honorable mention… Team captain…Three-time All-Nassau County selection… Personal: Born August 13, 1992…Has one sister…Favorite athlete is Michael Phelps…Aspires to be a lacrosse coach… Sociology major
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1 GIOVANNI GIRARDI Midfield/Face-Off Specialist 5-9, 184, Sophomore Laurel Hollow, NY/Cold Spring Harbor High School Coach: Dennis Bonn
Second season on the Pride Lacrosse roster…2013: Saw limited action in five games as a freshman…Played against Princeton, Fairfield, Delaware, St. Joseph’s and Penn State…Took one face-off in each contest except Fairfield…Posted a 0-4 face-off mark…High School: Lettered in lacrosse at Cold Spring Harbor (NY) High School…Played for Hofstra alumnus and former Pride lacrosse player Dennis Bonn…Primary face-off specialist for the Seahawks…Tallied four goals and four assists as a senior…Posted one goal and one assist as a junior…Personal: Born April 29, 1994…Has one brother and two sisters…Favorite book is “The Great Gatsby” and favorite television show is “Family Guy”…Finance major Year GP Sht. G A Pts. 2013 5 0 0 0 0
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21 66 KOREY HENDRICKSON CONNOR HORL Midfield 5-8, 180, Sophomore (RS) Farmingdale, NY/Farmingdale High School Coach: Bob Hartranft
Midfielder/Face-Off Specialist 6-0, 240, Junior Garden City, NY/Garden City/Bryant U. High School Coach: Steve Finnell
Second season on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2013: Did not play…2012: Played in six games as a freshman…Recorded one goal in the season finale at Penn State…Picked up nine ground balls including a season-high five against Fairfield… Also scooped up two at Princeton…Forced one turnover against Sacred Heart…Took one shot…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.
Second season on the Pride Lacrosse team…Came to Hofstra in the Fall of 2012 after one year at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island…2013: Saw limited action in one game as a backup to John Antoniades as a sophomore…Played in the Delaware contest…Took one face-off…Posted a 0-1 face-off mark…At Bryant: 2012: Did not play for the Bulldogs in 2012…Prep: Was a varsity starter as a post-graduate at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut in 2010-11…Played football, lacrosse and wrestled at Choate…Was the undefeated Class A wrestling champion…High School: Was a three-sport athlete at Garden City (NY) High School competing in lacrosse, football and wrestling…Played one season of varsity lacrosse…Four-year varsity letterwinner in wrestling and three-year member of the football team…Led the Trojans football team to the Long Island championship in 2010…Named to All-Nassau County, All-Long Island and All-New York State first teams in football…Received the Martone Award as the top lineman in the county…State finalist in wrestling as a senior…All-county and All-Long Island second team pick in wrestling…Personal: Born November 10, 1991…Has one brother and two sisters…Enjoys listening to the music of the 1990s…Marketing major.
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Fourth year on the Hofstra Lacrosse team and the third season as a player…2013: Saw limited action as a defensive midfielder in one game as a sophomore…Played in the season opening victory against Sacred Heart…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2012: Did not see any game action as a red-shirt freshman…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… Aspires to work in finance on Wall Street... Philosophy major with a minor in economics.
Second season on the Pride Lacrosse team…Came to Hofstra in the Fall of 2012 after three years at New York Institute of Technology in Old Westbury, New York…2013: Did not compete due to transfer eligibility rules…At NYIT: Was a member of the Bears’ lacrosse team from the Fall of 2009 through the Spring of 2012…Played in seven games as a freshman in 2009-10 and recorded one goal…Picked up two ground balls and was 0-1 on face-offs…Red-shirted as a sophomore in 2010-11 and did not compete…Played in three games as a red-shirt sophomore in 2011-12 and recorded two ground balls on defense…High School: Was a two-sport athlete at Hicksville (NY) High School…Played lacrosse and football each for four seasons… Named to All-Nassau County team on defense as a senior… Was a member of the Comets’ Nassau County Championship team that posted a 17-3 record…Personal: Born August 18, 1991...Has two sisters...Enjoys going to the beach and being with friends in his spare time...Has worked as a Hofstra studentathletic trainer…Aspires to a career as an athletic trainer... Exercise science/athletic training major.
Long-Stick Midfielder 6-0, 192, Junior (RS) Bethlehem, PA/The Hill School High School Coach: Ned Ide
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Defense 5-11, 190, Senior Hicksville, NY/Hicksville/NYIT High School Coach: Chuck Arnone
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5 SAM LLINARES
Attack 5-9, 170, Sophomore Hauppauge, NY/Hauppauge High School Coach: Jim Konen Second season on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2014 All-CAA Preseason Team selection…Enters the 2014 season with a 14-game point scoring streak…2013: CAA All-Rookie Team selection…Started all 14 games…Led the team in assists with 13 and was tied for the team-lead with Torin Varn with 32 points… Scored 19 goals including a season-high four in his collegiate debut against Sacred Heart…Added an assist against the Pioneers for a season-high five points in the contest… Tallied multi-goal games four times…Notched two goals in games against Fairfield, St. John’s and Dartmouth… Recorded a seasonhigh two assists in games against Princeton and Harvard…Credited with game-winning goals against Fairfield and #2 Notre Dame… Tallied man-up goals against the Red Storm, Drexel and Dartmouth and a man-down goal against Harvard… Tallied multi-point games 11 times… =Picked up 26 ground balls on the season including a seasonhigh six against the Crimson… Forced six turnovers
including three against Harvard and two against Massachusetts… Took 71 shots including 43 on goal…High School: Played four years of lacrosse and two years of soccer at Hauppauge (NY) High School…Under Armour All-American…U.S. Lacrosse All-American…Warrior All-American…Ray Enners Award winner as a senior…Suffolk Country Player of the Year in 2012…Three-time All-Suffolk County selection ... Ranked the 25th best incoming freshman by Inside Lacrosse…Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete Award winner in 2011 and 2012… Posted 39 goals and 26 assists as a senior and 38 goals and 26 assists as a junior...Recorded 65 points as a sophomore and 40 points as a freshman...All-county selection in soccer...Member of the National Honor Society…Personal: Born December 13, 1993... Has one sister...Enjoys golf, roller hockey and video games in his free time...Recruited by Ohio State, Johns Hopkins, Maryland and Notre Dame...Participated in Headstrong Foundation fundraiser, Hauppauge Helps Haiti, Stay Strong Fundraiser for wrestler Nick Mauriello, and breast cancer walkathons… Marketing major Year GP Sht. G A Pts. 2013 14 71 19 13 32
7 MIKE MALAVE
Midfield 5-11, 183, Junior Wading River, NY/Shoreham-Wading River High School Coach: Tom Rotanz Third year on the Hofstra roster…2013: Started 13 games at midfield as a sophomore...Ranked fifth on the team in goals with 11 and sixth in points with 14…Posted a season-high two goals against both Delaware and St. Joseph’s…Also scored against Sacred Heart, Princeton, Harvard, Notre Dame, St. John’s, Dartmouth and Massachusetts…Tallied a goal and an assist in contests against the Red Storm and the Big Green… Recorded six ground balls including a career-high three against Harvard…Took 47 shots including 28 on goal…Fired a careerhigh seven shots against the Irish, Red Storm and Drexel…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2012: CAA All-Rookie Team selection…Played in 13 games and started eight as a true freshman…Was sixth on the team in goals with nine, and points with 11…Tallied a season-high of three goals against UMass and UNC…Posted assists against St. John’s and St. Joseph’s…
Year GP 2012 13 2013 13 Career 26
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29 JACK MOOREHEAD Defense 6-0, 235, Junior (RS) East Northport, NY/John Glenn High School Coach: Kevin Lavey
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Fourth year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2013: Saw action in 11games on defense and on special team units…2012: Missed the entire 2012 season with an injury…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…Threetime 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 All-Suffolk County teams as a senior when the Knights posted a 10-1 mark…Two-time Blue Helmet Award, defensive most valuable player and Leadership Award recipient in football…Three-time all-league gridiron pick… Personal: Born February 10, 1992…Has three sisters…Enjoys movies and swimming…Recruited by Virginia, Colgate and Delaware…Marketing major. Year GP Sht. G A Pts. 2011 5 0 0 0 0 2012 Red-shirt – Inj. 2013 11 0 0 0 0 Career 16 0 0 0 0
GB 2 0 2
Notched three multipoint games including three points against UMass and UNC and two against St. John’s… Picked up five ground balls including two at Penn State…Took 30 shots with 18 on goal… Fired five shots against UMass… 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… Finance major.
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22 JOHN REICHERTER Midfield 6-2, 189, Junior Wantagh, NY/Wantagh High School Coach: Gary Reh
Third year on the Hofstra Lacrosse team…2013: Played in all 14 games as a short-stick defensive midfielder as a sophomore…Recorded three goals and one assist…Tallied goals against Sacred Heart, Fairfield and Penn State… Also added an assist against the Pioneers of SHU…Took just five shots on the year with three on goal…Scooped up 20 ground balls including a careerhigh tying four at Fairfield… Picked up multiple ground balls in seven games including three at St. Joseph’s…Forced three turnovers including a career-high tying two at Fairfield… CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2012: Played in 12 games as a defensive midfielder as a true freshman…Recorded 16 grounds balls on the season including a season-high four against Delaware…Also picked up three against Towson, Massachusetts and Penn State…Tallied five forced turnovers including two against the Blue Hens of Delaware…Took one shot against St. John’s on the year…High School: Lettered in lacrosse, football and basketball at Wantagh (NY) High School…Earned AllNassau 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…Finance major.
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6 RYAN RIELLY
Long Stick Midfielder 5-11, 189, Junior East Northport, NY/John Glenn High School Coach: Kevin Lavey Third season on the Pride Lacrosse team…2013: Played in all 14 games as a long-stick midfielder…Recorded two goals on the year…Scored in the season opener against Sacred Heart and against Dartmouth… Third on the team in ground balls with 37 including a season-high of five in win over Notre Dame… Scooped up multiple ground balls in 12 of the 14 contests…Ranked second on the team with 12 forced turnovers including two against both Harvard and Towson…Took just seven shots including four on goal…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient… Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2012: CAA AllRookie Team selection… Played in all 14 games as a long-stick midfielder as a true freshman…Scored his first collegiate goal at Harvard for his lone point of the season…Recorded 34 ground balls including a seasonhigh seven against St. John’s…Also scooped up five against Fairfield…Led the Pride with 13 caused turnovers including two against the Blue Hens of Delaware…Took three shots with one on goal…Also took two face-offs (0-2)…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…
Year GP 2012 14 2013 14 Career 28
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4 STEVE ROMANO
Midfield (SS) 6-1, 190, Junior Massapequa, NY/Massapequa High School Coach: Tim Radomski Third year on the Hofstra Lacrosse squad…2013: Played in all 14 games as a short-stick defensive midfielder…Picked up 21 ground balls including a career-high five against Massachusetts… Scooped up three against both Sacred Heart and Fairfield… Tallied multiground balls in seven contests…Forced three turnovers including one against Sacred Heart, Notre Dame and North Carolina…Took three shots…2012: Played in 13 games as a defensive midfielder as a true freshman…Recorded 23 ground balls including season-highs of four against Notre Dame, Delaware and St. Joseph’s…Scooped up three loose balls against Harvard and Towson…Tallied six caused turnovers including a
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season-high two against the Blue Hens of Delaware…Took one shot on the year at Drexel…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 recruited by Johns Hopkins, North Carolina and Ohio State… Plans to pursue a career in television or film…Film studies and production major. Year GP 2012 13 2013 14 Career 27
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33 CHRIS SELVA
Goalie 5-9, 158, Junior Parkland, FL/St. Thomas Aquinas High School Coach: Terry Crowley Third season on the Pride Lacrosse squad… Named a 2014 Preseason All-American Honorable Mention by Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook…2013: All-CAA second team selection…Started all 14 games as a sophomore and played all but 21 minutes…Tallied 827:32 in goal and recorded a 7.61 goals against average with a .602 save percentage…Ranked second in the CAA and fourth in the nation in goals against average and second in the league and fourth in Division I in save percentage… Made 159 saves and allowed 105 goals… Was fourth in the CAA and 20th in the country in saves per game with a 11.36 mark…Tallied double-digit saves in 10 games including
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 all-purpose 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… Finance major.
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career-highs of 17 stops against North Carolina and Massachusetts…Posted 16 saves in a triple-overtime loss against Drexel…Allowed just one goal in almost 57 minutes against St. Joseph’s and two in 60 minutes against Fairfield…Named CAA Player of the Week after 11 saves in a win at #2 Notre Dame…Picked up 38 ground balls including career-highs of six against UNC and Fairfield… Recorded an assist on a Torin Varn goal off a midfield pass against Princeton...2012: Saw limited time in two games as a freshman back-up to Andrew Gvozden… Saw 3:33 of action…Played in games against Drexel and North Carolina…Played 1:59 against UNC and allowed one goal and 1:34 at Drexel without allowing a goal…Picked up one ground ball against the Tar Heels…Also forced a turnover against UNC…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 All-Miami 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…Started playing lacrosse at age 6…Sociology major. Year 2012 2013 Career
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Min. GA 3:33 1 827:32 105 831:05 106
GAA Svs. 16.90 0 7.61 159 7.65 159
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13 STEELE STOCKSTILL Midfield 6-1, 172, Sophomore Jupiter, FL/Jupiter Christian High School Coach: Justin Moe
Second season on the Pride Lacrosse team…2013: Played in seven games as a freshman…Saw action in games against Fairfield, Harvard, Notre Dame, Delaware, St. John’s, Drexel and St. Joseph’s…Took three shots including two on goal… Fired shots against the Stags, the Red Storm and St. Joe’s…High School: Played four years of lacrosse and three years of football
at Jupiter (FL) Christian School and St. Andrew’s High School in Boca Raton, Florida… All-Florida first team selection as a senior…Team Most Valuable Player… Team captain… One of 500 National Lacrosse Classic AllAmericans who represented the Southeast Florida team in the 2011 National Lacrosse Classic …Tallied 10 goals and two assists and picked up 11 ground balls as part of St. Andrew’s state championship team that ranked 16th in the nation…Personal: Born August 2, 1992…Has one brother and one sister…Recruited by St. John’s, Stony Brook, Delaware and UMass…Enjoys listening to rap, rock and country music in his free time…Undecided major.
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Defense 6-3, 200, Sophomore West Roxbury, MA/Avon Old Farms High School Coach: Skip Flanagan Second season on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2013: Saw limited action in one game as a freshman…Played in the St. Joseph’s contest…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member… High School: Played lacrosse and football at two high schools… Attended Roxbury Latin School in West Roxbury, Massachusetts for three years before spending his senior year and graduating from Avon Old Farms School in 2012…Named to AllIndependent School League teams in both lacrosse and football at Roxbury Latin…Served as captain of both teams as well… Member of Avon Old Farms’ Founder’s League championship
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17 TORIN VARN 40 SHANE SWEENEY Defense 5-11, 190, Freshman (RS) Hicksville, NY/Hicksville High School Coach: Chuck Arnone
Second season on the Pride Lacrosse team…2013: Red-shirted as a true freshman and did not see any game action…High School: Played four years of lacrosse, three years of football and wrestled for two years at Hicksville (NY) High School...All-Nassau County selection as a junior and a senior...Tallied one goals and four assists as a senior…Led the Comets in ground balls and takeaways as they advanced to the county semifinals in 2011 and to the county quarterfinals in 2012...Started at close defense on the Comets’ county semifinalist team as a sophomore...Voted Defensive Most Valuable Player on the team and was the only freshman to play on the varsity in 2009 that captured the county championship... Hicksville Football Most Valuable Player in 2010...Personal: Born July 24, 1994...Has one sister...Enjoys fishing, hunting and golf...Recruited by Notre Dame, Navy, Fairfield and UMass...Has coached Hicksville PAL lacrosse for fifth and sixth graders and has volunteered at a school for children with Down Syndrome…Undecided major
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Attack 6-2, 175, Senior Ithaca, NY/Ithaca High School Coach: Frank Welch Fourth season on the Pride Lacrosse team…Voted 2014 Hofstra Co-Captain by his teammates…2013: Started all 14 games on attack as a junior…Led the Pride in goals with 30 and points with 32…Ranked seventh in the CAA in goals average (2.14)… Tallied a career-high five goals and five points against Sacred Heart…Also posted five points on four goals and one assist at St. Joseph’s…Tallied nine games with multiple goals…Scored four goals against Princeton…Had a nine-game goal scoring streak to open the season…Recorded game-winning goals against Sacred Heart, Delaware and Dartmouth…Led the team with eight man-up goals including two against Sacred Heart, Fairfield and St. Joe’s…Dished out his other assist on the year against Drexel…Took 78 shots including 47 on goal…Fired 10 shots against Drexel and Sacred Heart…Picked up 17 ground balls and equaled his career-high with three versus Drexel…2012: Played in all 14 games and started two as a sophomore…Tallied eight goals and one assist for nine points…Equaled his career high with two goals against both Fairfield and St. John’s…Also scored against Sacred Heart, Notre Dame, Delaware and Penn State…Had two manup goals…Picked up lone assist against Sacred Heart…Equaled career best with two points against St. John’s, Fairfield and Sacred Heart…Picked up seven ground balls including a career high three against Fairfield… Took 24 shots including 18 on goal…Took three shots against Sacred Heart…2011: Played in 13 games as a freshman… Recorded four points on three goals
squad in 2012…Personal: Born December 21, 1992…Has one sister…Enjoys fishing and listening to music in his free time… Volunteered at Books for Prisoners in Quincy, Massachusetts… Economics major.
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and one assist…Tallied two goals in win over Drexel...Named CAA Rookie of the Week after the Drexel game…Also scored against Harvard…Posted his lone assist against Manhattan… Picked up eight ground balls including two against both Drexel and Massachusetts…Took just 11 shots but 10 were on goal… Fired three shots on goal against 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 All-American 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.
the season finale…Recorded eight goals on the year including a season-high two against both Delaware and Massachusetts… Also tallied goals against Fairfield, Notre Dame, Towson and Penn State…Picked up four ground balls including two against the Nittany Lions…Took 40 shots including 21 on goal…Fired a season-high five shots against both Drexel and Massachusetts…High School: Played four years of lacrosse, football and basketball at Wantagh High School...All-Nassau County selection in 2012 and a honorable mention as a junior in 2011...Member of Wantagh Warrior teams that advanced to the county final in his sophomore and senior seasons and county semifinals in freshman and junior years...Received the Scott Deverna Memorial Award…Named Rising Sophomore in 2009, Rising Junior in 2010 and Rising Senior in 2011 at the Nassau County Showcase...Lacrosse team captain as a senior…Played four seasons of varsity football ...All-county football selection and team Most Valuable Player as a junior…Named to the United Healthcare Empire Challenge All-Star Football Game in 2012… Selected Wantagh High School’s Most Outstanding Athlete for 2011-12…Personal: Born March 30, 1994...Has two brothers… Undecided major
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Midfield 6-2, 200, Sophomore Wantagh, NY/ Wantagh High School Coach: Gary Reh Second season on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2013: CAA AllRookie Team selection… Played in all 14 games and started one against Penn State in
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Attack 5-11, 190, Senior Glenview, IL/Glenbrook South (IL)/Salisbury (CT) High School Coach: Bobby Wynne (Salisbury) Fourth year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…2013: Started 11 games on attack as a junior…Ranked third on the team in assists with seven, fifth in points with 17 and sixth in goals with 10…Tallied a season-high of two goals against both North Carolina and Penn State…Dished out season-highs of two assists and three points in win at #13 Fairfield…Recorded two points or more in a game six times…Notched a goal and an assist in games against Sacred Heart, Harvard and St. John’s…Scored four man-up goals on the year in games against Sacred Heart, Fairfield, Harvard and North Carolina…Picked up 14 ground balls including two in games four times…Took 32 shots including 20 on goal… Missed three games due to injury…2012: Played in 14 games and started 13 as a sophomore…Led the team in
ZAPPONE goals with 25 and was second in assists with 10 and points with 35…Ranked ninth in the CAA and 69th in Division I in goals per game (1.79) and was 10th in the conference and 89th in the nation in points per contest (2.50)…Recorded nine multi-goal games including career-highs of four against both North Carolina and Sacred Heart…Led the team with five man-up goals…Posted a career-high of three assists against St. John’s and two at Penn State…Tallied 11 multi-point contests including a career-high of five points against Sacred Heart in the season opener…Tallied four points against UNC and Dartmouth…Was fourth on the team with 30 ground balls including four against Towson, Sacred Heart and St. John’s…Was also second on the Pride with 64 shots and 41 on goal…Took 10 shots against Dartmouth…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 and 123 assists for 270 points during his high school career…Helped lead 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 all-conference 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…Psychology major. Year GP 2011 6 2012 14 2013 11 Career 31
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Midfield (SS) 5-9, 175, Senior Ballston Lake, NY/ Shenendehowa High School Coach: Chuck Holohan Fourth season on the Pride Lacrosse team…Selected 2014 Hofstra Co-Captain by his teammates…Named 2014 recipient of the Nick Colleluori Memorial Award and will wear #27 this season…2013: Played in all 14 games as a defensive midfielder as a junior…Recorded one assist on the season against Drexel… Picked up 23 ground balls including career-highs of three in games against Harvard, Dartmouth and St. Joseph’s…Scooped up two loose balls in five other contests…Ranked third on the team with seven forced turnovers including two against Fairfield and Delaware…Took three shots…CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient…Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll member…2012: Played in 11 games as a short-stick defensive middie as a sophomore…Saw extensive time on the man-down unit…Forced one turnover at Penn State…2011: Played in five games at midfield as a freshman…High School: Played four years of lacrosse and soccer at Shenendehowa High School in Clifton Park, New York…All-section selection as a senior in 2009…Four-time team most valuable player in lacrosse…Tallied 23 goals and 21 assists as a senior…Recorded 16 goals and 21 assists as a junior in 2008…Posted 16 goals and 15 assists as a sophomore in 2007…Two-time Coaches Award winner in soccer…All-section pick in soccer as a senior… Scholar-Athlete in both lacrosse and soccer…Personal: Born April 19, 1991…Has two sisters…Recruited by Army, Le Moyne and Albany…Lists his hobby as cars…Accounting major. Year GP 2011 5 2012 11 2013 14 Career 30
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Midfield 6-3, 200, Freshman Severna Park, MD/Chesapeake High School Coach: Rodney Beres High School: Played four years of lacrosse and one year of football at Chesapeake High School in Pasadena, Maryland… Two-time all-county selection…Tallied 34 goals and 17 assists as a senior for the 4A/3A regional finalists…Voted Chesapeake High School Offensive Player of the Year…Named to Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association Senior All-Star Game in 2013…Selected for the Kevin Reichardt Senior All-Star Game… Voted to all-county team by the coaches as a junior…Personal: Born December 22, 1994… Has one brother…Undecided major.
36 JOE BAKER
versus UMBC and Ohio State…High School: Played three years of lacrosse and soccer, and one year of football and basketball at Hershey (PA) High School…Earned US Lacrosse All-America honors as a senior in 2012...Named the 2012 PIAA District 3 Player of the Year and Mid-Penn Conference Player of the Year... All-Mid-Penn Conference honors in 2011 and 2012 when he was also named his team’s Most Valuable Player...Tabbed a First Team All-Star by the (Harrisburg) Patriot News...Helped the Trojans win three conference titles and was a team captain in 2011 and 2012...Played club lacrosse for HEADstrong Lacrosse Club and was a team captain during the summer of 2011… National Honor Society member…Personal: Born December 6, 1993…Has one brother and one sister…Communications major.
49 MATT BOYER
Goalie 6-1, 165, Sophomore Pottstown, PA/Owen J. Roberts High School Coach: Jeff Neese High School: Played four years of lacrosse and graduated from at Owen J. Roberts High School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania in 2012…Named to Pottstown Mercury All-Area first team as a senior…Also voted to All-Pac-10 first team…Recorded a .610 save percentage with 209 saves…Was a member of two PAC-10 championship teams in 2009 and 2010 and Wildcat teams that received district tournament berths all four years… Personal: Born July 8, 1994…Has an older brother, Andrew, who has played for three years at St. John’s University…Hofstra Presidential Scholarship honoree…Graduate of the Pride Blue Leadership Program…Enjoys cooking and lacrosse in his free time…Aspires to be an accountant…Finance major.
Midfield 6-0, 185, Sophomore Hummelstown, PA/Hershey High School Coach: John Schein A January 2014 transfer from Loyola (MD) College…Will not compete in 2014 due to transfer rules. At Loyola: Played in 11 games at defensive midfield... Recorded three ground balls and forced two turnovers...Scooped up ground balls against Delaware, Towson and UMBC…Forced turnovers
Midfield/Face-off Specialist 5-10, 172, Freshman Bellmore, NY/Chaminade High School Coach: Jack Moran High School: Played four seasons of lacrosse, two seasons of football and was a member of the swim team for one year at Chaminade High School in Mineola, New York…Helped lead the Flyers of Chaminade to a 15-2 record, a number five national ranking by Inside Lacrosse, and the New York State Catholic High School AAA Championship as a senior…Voted NYCHSAA Face-Off Man of the Year in 2013…Won 203 of 271 face-offs for a .749 winning percentage…Picked up 87 ground balls… Team captain…All-CHSAA selection at midfield while helping to lead the Flyers to a 16-2 record and advancing to the CHSAA Championship game as a junior…Won 222 of 31 face-offs for a .714 winning percentage…Also led the team with 90 ground balls...National Honor Society member…Personal: Born January 12, 1995…Has one sister and one brother…His brother, Sean, was a four-year member and a two-year captain of the Stony Brook swim team…Also recruited by Colgate, Brown and Loyola…Accounting major.
32 COLE CONSIDINE Midfield/Attack 5-11, 180, Freshman Rockville Centre, NY/South Side High School Coach: Steve DiPietro
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Attack 5-11, 176, Freshman Caledon, Ontario, Canada/ The McCallie School (TN) High School Coach: Troy Kemp High School: Played four seasons of lacrosse at The McCallie School in Chattanooga, Tennessee…US Lacrosse All-American in 2012 and 2013…Three-time all-region and All-Tennessee first team selection…Tallied 51 goals to lead the Tornadoes to a 21-3 record as a senior…Recorded 58 goals, 20 assists and 38 ground balls as a junior…Voted the Tornadoes’ Offensive Most Valuable Player…Received the Mr. Lacrosse Award…Tallied 37 goals, nine assists and 43 ground balls in 2011…Personal: Born July 24, 1994…Has one brother…Played box lacrosse for the Junior A Orangeville Northmen…Big NHL fan and enjoys video games in his free time…Hails from the same hometown as former Hofstra great Jay Card…Habitat for Humanity volunteer… Undecided major.
42 KRIS CLARKE
New York…All-conference lacrosse selection as a junior and a senior…Recorded 19 goals and 14 assists as a senior, and 13 goals and 13 assists as a junior…Selected Offensive Most Valuable Player at South Side as a senior…Also received South Side’s Athletic Ability and Citizenship Award…All-conference football selection and Offensive Most Valuable Player as a senior…Personal: Born August 31, 1994…Has one brother and three sisters…Comes from an athletic family…His father, John, played lacrosse at Hofstra in the early 1980s…His sister, Emily, plays on the Hofstra Women’s Lacrosse team and two cousins played at Marist and Hartwick…Aspires to be a physical therapist…Volunteered in Long Beach, New York, after Hurricane Sandy…Exercise science major.
High School: Played three years of lacrosse and two years of football at South Side High School in Rockville Centre,
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to 2011 Reebok Top 100 All-Star Team…Played on NALI championship team in 2011 and the 2011 Newport Cup PostGraduate Championship teams at The Hill Academy… Personal: Born April 22, 1994…Has one sister…Enjoys playing golf, hockey and box lacrosse and camping in his free time…Also recruited by Massachusetts, Albany, Hartford and Detroit Mercy.
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Defense 6-1, 210, Freshman Boca Raton, FL/Pine Crest School High School Coach: Doug Shanahan High School: Played four years of lacrosse and two seasons of football at the Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida… Played lacrosse for former Hofstra great Doug Shanahan…Voted to All-Broward County Lacrosse first teams by both the Miami Herald and the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel…Recorded seven goals and seven assists, 97 ground balls and won 62 percent of his face-off attempts…Two-time all-region and all-district first team selection…Two-time Academic Honor Roll member… Personal: Born July 28, 1994…Has a twin brother, Kyle, who played in all 11 games as a freshman linebacker at Colgate University…Favorite foods are steak, Chik-Fil-A and Chipotle… Business major.
Midfield 6-2, 185, Freshman Arnold, MD/Broadneck High School Coach: Clay White
High School: Three-sport athlete who played four years of lacrosse, four years of football and three years of bowling at Broadneck High School in Annapolis, Maryland…Selected to Coaches’ All-Anne Arundel County first team as a senior… Named to the all-county lacrosse first team by the coaches association and the all-county lacrosse second team by The Capital as a junior…Named to the all-county lacrosse second team by the coaches association as a sophomore…All-county football first team selection by the coaches and second team by The Capital as a junior…Varsity football Unsung Hero Award winner as a junior…Personal: Born June 18, 1995…Has one brother…Likes to go crabbing and boating in his free time… Enjoys Italian food…Athletic training major.
45 TYLER FLEURY
Defense 6-1, 190, Freshman Edmonton, Alberta, Canada/The Hill Academy High School Coach: Brodie Merrill/ Merrick Thomson High School: Played four years of lacrosse at The Hill Academy in Vaughan, Ontario…Coached by two-time Georgetown AllAmerican Brodie Merrill and four-time Albany All-America East selection Merrick Thomson…Played for Team Alberta in outdoor lacrosse…Selected 2012 Team Alberta National Captain…Also received the 2012 Ontario Scholar-Athlete Award…Named
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Attack 6-0, 165, Freshman King of Prussia, PA/Upper Merion High School Coach: Brady McCormick
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Attack 5-8, 165, Freshman Potomac Falls, VA/St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes High School Coach: Andrew Taibl High School: Played four years of lacrosse and soccer at St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School in Alexandria, Virginia…Played on VISAA Division I State Championship teams in 2012 and 2013…US Lacrosse All-American as a senior after recording 69 goals and 21 assists…All-Virginia first team selection…Named to All-IAC first team and the All-Met Team by The Washington Post…Helped lead the Saints to an 18-6 record and was selected the Saints’ Offensive Player of the Year as a senior…Was part of St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes team that recorded a cumulative 4421 record over his final three seasons…Personal: Born April 25, 1994…Has one brother and one sister…Enjoys bass fishing in his free time…Undecided major.
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30 TIMOTHY NOWAK Attack/Midfield 6-0, 180, Freshman Oakdale, NY/St. John the Baptist High School Coach: Larry Collins
High School: Played four years of lacrosse and two years of basketball at St. John the Baptist High School in West Islip, New York…All-CHSAA selection as a junior in 2012 and a senior in 2013…Recorded 25 goals and 12 assists as a senior despite missing five games due to injury…Also two-time St. John the Baptist’s Offensive Most Valuable Player…Team Offensive Captain…Helped lead the Cougars to the CHSAA semifinals in 2012…Played in the Philadelphia Showcase in 2011…Was an All-CHSAA Academic Team selection…Personal: Born April 1, 1995…Has one sister…Enjoys playing basketball in his free time…Favorite food is Buffalo wings…Entrepreneurship major.
11 BRANDYN O’CONNELL Attack 5-10, 165, Freshman Downingtown, PA/Downingtown East High School Coach: Todd Cligget
High School: Played four years of lacrosse and one year of football at Downingtown (PA) East High School… 2013 US Lacrosse All-American…All-Eastern Pennsylvania Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Pennsylvania selection…All-ChasMont League first team selection as a senior…Recorded 51 goals and 53 assists in 2013…Named to Inside Lacrosse’s Top 40 on Attack at number 34 in their 2013 recruiting issue…2012 Under
High School: Played four years of lacrosse and three years of soccer at Upper Merion High School in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania…Four-year starter on attack…Recorded 132 goals and 242 assists in 70 games during his high school career… Named to Times-Herald All-Area first team and All-Suburban One League first team as a senior…Set single season points mark of 106 and single season assist mark of 70 in 18 games in 2013…Also picked up 111 ground balls as a senior…Named to Inside Lacrosse’s Top 40 on Attack at number 30 in their 2013 recruiting issue…Served as team captain in 2012 and 2013… Four -time Upper Merion Offensive Most Valuable Player… Two-time all-league and all-area first team selection…Tallied 31 goals and 44 assists and named to FCA National High School team as a junior…Posted 34 goals and 61 assists, and was named to 2011 Under Armour Philadelphia Team, the Brine National Lacrosse Classic Philadelphia Team and the Top 50 Rising Juniors by both ESPN and Inside Lacrosse…Named to all-league and all-area second teams after posting 27 goals and 68 assists as a freshman…Three-year starter at center back in soccer and was named team captain and Most Valuable Player as a junior…Four -time Distinguished Academic Honors recipient…Personal: Born March 18, 1995…Has two brothers…His brother, Heath, was an all-league lacrosse player at Messiah College from 2009 to 2013, while his father, Roman, played on three Elite Eight teams at midfield for Washington and Lee in 1977, 1978 and 1980…Enjoys hanging out with friends in his free time… Exercise science major.
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Armour All-American…Named to all-league and all-area first teams as a junior after recording 44 goals and 56 assists for the Cougars…Led the state of Pennsylvania in assists…Also named to All-Phillylacrosse.com first team…Tallied 36 goals and 34 assists and was named to all-league and all-area first teams as a sophomore in 2011…Played in only nine games as a freshman and recorded nine goals and four assists…Personal: Born July 19, 1994…Has one brother…Enjoys snowboarding in his free time…Aspires to a career in sports management…Undecided major.
8 JOHN PUCKHABER Midfield 6-0, 180, Freshman Wantagh, NY/St. Anthony’s High School Coach: Keith Wieczorek
High School: Played four years of lacrosse and four years of football at St. Anthony’s High School in South Huntington, New York…Named to all-league team as a senior…Played on the Friars varsity lacrosse championship team in 2011 and junior varsity championship lacrosse team in 2009 and 2010… Played in Adrenaline Blackcard Showcase, Summer Slam All-Star Team and Brine National Lacrosse Classic…Was a member of St. Anthony’s 13-2 football championship team in 2011…Four-year Honor Roll student…Personal: Born May 18, 1995…Has one brother and three sisters…Enjoys fishing and playing football in his free time…Liberal arts major.
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Defense 6-3, 195, Freshman Niskayuna, NY/Christian Brothers Academy High School Coach: Tim Vivian/Rich Scully High School: Played four sports including four seasons of lacrosse at Christian Brothers Academy in Albany, New York… Also played football, basketball and ran on the cross country team at CBA…2013 US Lacrosse All-American…Voted to allarea first team by the Albany Times Union…Also selected to Big 10 Conference first team after picking up 99 ground balls on the season…A key member of the 2013 CBA team that posted a 13-5 overall mark and a 8-0 conference slate that won their 10th consecutive conference title…Named to the 2012 Under Armour Underclassmen Upstate New York Team on defense in 2012…All-Big Ten Lacrosse first team selection on defense as a sophomore and junior…Two-time varsity lacrosse captain… Named to all-area second team as a linebacker in 2011… Received the U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award as a junior…Member of the National Honor Society…Personal: Born December 22, 1994…His brother, Jack, is a defenseman on the Johns Hopkins lacrosse team…Also recruited by Loyola, Fairfield, Rutgers, Lehigh and Ohio State…Accounting major.
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Defense 5-9, 170, Freshman Downingtown, PA/Malvern Prep High School Coach: John McEvoy High School: Played four years of lacrosse, one year of football and was a member of the cross country team for three seasons at Malvern Preparatory School in Malvern, Pennsylvania… Played on the Friars’ Inter AC League championship team as a senior…Named to the ESPNHS Top 100 Watch List in 2013… Also named an ESPNHS Rising Junior selection in 2012 and an ESPN Rising Sophomore selection in 2011…Selected to the Philly Showcase Fab 40 in 2010-11…National Honor Society member…Tri-M National Music Honor Society member… Received Distinguished Honors as a senior…Personal: Born September 12, 1994…Has one brother and two sisters…Enjoys spinning music, producing and mixed martial arts…Aspires to be an accountant…Accounting major.
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Defense 6-2, 200, Freshman Gambrills, MD/Archbishop Spalding High School Coach: Kenneth Davis
41 TOMMY VOELKEL Midfield 6-0, 170, Freshman Chapel Hill, NC/Chapel Hill High School Coach: Brent Voelkel
High School: Played four year of lacrosse at Chapel Hill (NC) High School…Two-time All-North Carolina third team selection…Named to all-conference first team, all-region second team and third team all-state after recording 11 goals and 14 assists as a senior…All-conference and all-region second team, and all-state third team pick after posting 25 goals and 20 assists as a junior…Posted 10 goals and four assists as a sophomore and 12 goals and six assists as a freshman…Four-year academic all-conference selection…Personal: Born August 17, 1994... His high school coach was his father, Brent, who played on two NCAA Championship teams at North Carolina in 1981 and 1982…Has one brother and one sister…Volunteered with special needs students…Business major.
in Severn, Maryland…Three-year starter…Two year All-Anne Arundel County selection including a first team pick as a senior… Helped lead Archbishop Spalding to a 12-9 record as a senior… Personal: Born February 28, 1995…Enjoys swimming, listening to music and watching movies in his free time…Also recruited by Delaware, Dartmouth and Brown…Served as a volunteer for the Sarah’s House Program for the Homeless…Aspires to a career as an athletic trainer or a physical therapist…Exercise science major
High School: Played four years of lacrosse and two years of both football and hockey at Archbishop Spalding High School
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Saturday, February 15 at Hofstra
Location: Milwaukee, WI Nickname: Golden Eagles Director of Athletics: Bill Cords Lacrosse Stadium: Hart Park (5,500) Head Lacrosse Coach: Joe Amplo Record at School/Years: 5-8/3 years Overall Record: Same Coach’s Office Phone: (414) 288-4959 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Luke LeNoble Office Phone: (414) 288-6980 Fax: (414) 288-6519 E-mail: email@example.com 2013 Record: 5-8 Returning Lettermen: 31 Returning Starters: 8 Series Record: First meeting Athletic Website: GoMarquette.com
Saturday, February 22 at Princeton
Location: Princeton, NJ Nickname: Tigers Director of Athletics: Gary D. Walters Lacrosse Stadium: Class of 1952 Stadium (6,000) Press Box Phone: (609) 258-2401/2472 Head Lacrosse Coach: Chris Bates Record at School/Years: 35-24/4 years Overall Record: 105-95/14 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: firstname.lastname@example.org 2013 Record: 9-6/3-2 (Ivy) Returning Lettermen: 33 Returning Starters: 9 Series Record: Tied 13-13 Last Meeting: 2013-Princeton won, 10-7 Athletic Web Site: GoPrincetonTigers.com
Tuesday, February 25 at Hofstra
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: 43-32/5 years Overall Record: 61-46/7 years Coach’s Office Phone: (203) 254-4000 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Kelly McCarthy Office Phone: (203) 254-4000 ext. 2877 Fax: (203) 254-4117 E-mail: email@example.com 2013 Record: 8-7/4-3 (ECAC) Returning Lettermen: 26 Returning Starters: 8 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 3-1 Last Meeting: 2013-Hofstra won, 9-2 Athletic Web Site: FairfieldStags.com
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Saturday, March 8 at Hofstra
Location: Columbus, OH Nickname: Buckeyes Director of Athletics: Gene Smith Lacrosse Stadium: Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium Head Lacrosse Coach: Nick Myers Record at School/Years: 44-35/5 years Overall Record: Same Coach’s Office Phone: (614) 292-9017 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Leann Parker Office Phone: (614) 688-0294 Fax: (614) 292-8547 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 2013 Record: 13-4/5-2 (ECAC) Returning Lettermen: 32 Returning Starters: 7 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 2-0 Last Meeting: 1987-Hofstra won, 15-4 Athletic Web Site: OhioStateBuckeyes.com
Amplo, Warne Return As Head Coaches Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse alumni Joe Amplo and Kevin Warne return to James M. Shuart Stadium as head coaches this season. Amplo, a 2000 graduate, is in his third season as head coach at Marquette, while Warne, a member of the class of 2000, is in his second season at Georgetown.
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY Saturday, March 1 at Hofstra
Location: Washington, DC Nickname: Hoyas Director of Athletics: Lee Reed Lacrosse Stadium: Multi-Sport Facility (4,652) Head Lacrosse Coach: Kevin Warne Record at School/Years: 6-9/1 year Overall Record: Same Coach’s Office Phone: (202) 687-5415 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Ryan Sakamoto Office Phone: (202) 687-5241 Fax: (202) 687-2491 E-mail: email@example.com 2013 Record: 6-9/3-3 (Big East) Returning Lettermen: 26 Returning Starters: 5 Series Record: Georgetown leads, 3-1 Last Meeting: 1997-Georgetown won, 18-5 Athletic Web Site: GUHoyas.com
UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE Saturday, March 15 at Hofstra
Location: Newark, DE Nickname: Fightin’ Blue Hens Director of Athletics: Eric Ziady Lacrosse Stadium: Rullo Stadium (2,000) Press Box Phone: (302) 831-3526 Head Lacrosse Coach: Bob Shillinglaw Record at School/Years: 286-265/35 years Overall Record: 310-281/37 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: firstname.lastname@example.org 2013 Record: 5-10/1-5 (CAA) Returning Lettermen: 31 Returning Starters: 7 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 25-12 Last Meeting: 2013-Hofstra won, 10-5 Athletic Web Site: BlueHens.com
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Tuesday, March 18 at St. John’s
Location: Queens, NY Nickname: Red Storm Director of Athletics: Chris Monasch Lacrosse Stadium: DaSilva Memorial Field (1,200) Press Box Phone: (718) 990-2725 Head Lacrosse Coach: Jason Miller Record at School/Years: 38-58/7 years Overall Record: Same Coach’s Office Phone: (718) 990-6305 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Ed Boulat Office Phone: (718) 990-1523 Fax: (718) 969-8468 E-mail: email@example.com 2013 Record: 9-4, 3-3 (Big East) Returning Lettermen: 22 Returning Starters: 8 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 12-3 Last Meeting: 2013-St. John’s won, 7-6 Athletic Web Site: RedStormSports.com
Saturday, March 22 at Drexel
Location: Philadelphia, PA Nickname: Dragons Director of Athletics: Dr. Eric Zillmer Lacrosse Stadium: Vidas Field Head Lacrosse Coach: Brian Voelker Record at School/Years: 37-23/4 years Overall Record: 79-74/9 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: firstname.lastname@example.org 2013 Record: 11-4/5-1 (CAA) Returning Lettermen: 25 Returning Starters: 6 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 21-5 Last Meeting: 2013-Drexel won, 8-7 (3 OT) Athletic Web Site: DrexelDragons.com
Saturday, March 29 at Hofstra
Location: Towson, MD Nickname: Tigers Director of Athletics: Tim Leonard Lacrosse Stadium: Johnny Unitas Stadium (11,198) Press Box Phone: (410) 704-3102 Head Lacrosse Coach: Shawn Nadelen Record at School/Years: 17-16/2 years Overall Record: Same Coach’s Office Phone: (410) 704-4968 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Megan Bradshaw Office Phone: (410) 704-6258 Fax: (410) 704-3861 E-mail: email@example.com 2013 Record: 10-8/4-2 (CAA) Returning Lettermen: 26 Returning Starters: 8 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 24-20 Last Meeting: 2013-Towson won, 7-6 Athletic Web Site: TowsonTigers.com
Saturday, April 5 at Hofstra
Location: Loudonville, NY Nickname: Saints Director of Athletics: John D’Argenio Lacrosse Stadium: Siena Turf Field (1,000) Head Lacrosse Coach: John Svec Record at School/Years: 19-14/2 years Overall Record: Same Coach’s Office Phone: 518-783-2551 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Mike Demos Office Phone: (518) 783-2377 Fax: 518-783-2992 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 2013 Record: 8-9/4-2 (MAAC) Returning Lettermen: 34 Returning Starters: 6 Series Record: First meeting Athletic Web Site: SienaSaints.com
2014 Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS
Location: Poughkeepsie, NY Nickname: Red Foxes Director of Athletics: Tim Murray Lacrosse Stadium: Head Lacrosse Coach: Keegan Wilkinson Record at School/Years: 16-12 2 years Overall Record: Same Coach’s Office Phone: (845) 575-3699 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Milena Carrese Office Phone: (845) 575-3000, ext. 6047 Fax: (845) 575-3939 E-mail: email@example.com 2013 Record: 10-4/5-1 (MAAC) Returning Lettermen: 27 Returning Starters: 4 Series Record: First meeting Athletic Web Site: GoRedFoxes.com
Location: Amherst, MA Nickname: Minutemen Director of Athletics: John F. McCutcheon Lacrosse Stadium: Richard F. Garber Field (5,000) Press Box Phone: (845) 750-4225 Head Lacrosse Coach: Greg Cannella Record at School/Years: 171-104/19 years Overall Record: Same Coach’s Office Phone: (413) 545-3782 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Cody Lahl Office Phone: (845) 750-4225 Fax: (413) 545-1556 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 2013 Record: 7-8/2-4 (CAA) Returning Lettermen: 26 Returning Starters: 6 Series Record: Massachusetts leads, 21-17 Last Meeting: 2013-Massachusetts won, 9-8 Athletic Web Site: UMassAthletics.com
PENN STATE UNIVERSITY
Tuesday, April 8 at Hofstra
Saturday, April 12 at Hofstra
Location: Ithaca, NY Nickname: Big Red Director of Athletics: J. Andrew Noel Jr. Lacrosse Stadium: Schoellkopf Field (25,597) Press Box Phone: (607) 255-3535 Head Lacrosse Coach: Matt Kerwick (interim) Record at School/Years: First year Overall Record: 109-101/15 years Coach’s Office Phone: (607) 255-4718 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Julie Greco Office Phone: (607) 255-4688 Fax: (607) 255-4791 E-mail: email@example.com 2013 Record: 14-4/6-0 (Ivy) Returning Lettermen: 15 Returning Starters: 4 Series Record: Cornell leads, 6-1 Last Meeting: 2009-Cornell won, 11-8 Athletic Web Site: CornellBigRed.com
Saturday, April 19 at Massachusetts
Saturday, April 26 at Penn State
Location: University Park, PA Nickname: Nittany Lions Director of Athletics: Dr. Dave Joyner Lacrosse Stadium: Jeffrey Field (5,000) Head Lacrosse Coach: Jeff Tambroni Record at School/Years: 28-18/3 years Overall Record: 137-58/13 years Coach’s Office Phone: (814) 863-7470 Men’s Lacrosse SID: Jeremy Fallis Office Phone: (814) 865-1757 Fax: (814) 863-3165 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 2013 Record: 12-5/6-0 (CAA) Returning Lettermen: 33 Returning Starters: 8 Series Record: Hofstra leads, 9-7 Last Meeting: 2013-Penn State won, 16-7 Athletic Web Site: GoPSUSports.com
ST. JOHN’S UNIVERSITY
2014 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE FEB. 1
High Point at Delaware, 1 p.m. Lehigh at Furman, 2 p.m.
Loyola at Virginia, 7 p.m.
High Point at Towson, 11 a.m. Marquette at Lehigh, noon Mount St. Mary’s at Maryland, noon VMI at Navy, noon Bryant at Colgate, 1 p.m. Jacksonville at Duke, 1 p.m. Boston University at Mercer, 1 p.m. Michigan at Penn State, 1 p.m. Virginia at Richmond, 1 p.m. Manhattan at Rutgers, 1 p.m. Denver at Air Force, 3 p.m. p.m. Delaware at Bucknell, 5 p.m.
Ohio State at Johns Hopkins, 11:30 a.m. Massachusetts at Army, noon North Carolina at Furman, 2 p.m.
Siena at Syracuse, 7 p.m.
Mount St. Mary’s at Georgetown, 3 p.m.
Marist at Stony Brook, 6 p.m. Mercer at Michigan, 7 p.m.
Canisius at Boston University, noon Marquette at Hofstra, noon Wagner at Lafayette, noon UMBC at Maryland, noon Georgetown at Navy, noon Army at VMI, noon Robert Morris at Bellarmine, 1 p.m. Bucknell at Bryant, 1 p.m. Vermont at Colgate, 1 p.m. Fairfield at Delaware, 1 p.m. Virginia at Drexel, 1 p.m. Denver at Duke, 1 p.m. Saint Joseph’s at High Point, 1 p.m. Siena at Hobart, 1 p.m. Manhattan at North Carolina, 1 p.m. Loyola at Penn State, 1 p.m. Hartford at Richmond, 1 p.m. Holy Cross at St. John’s, 1 p.m. Furman at Air Force, 2 p.m. Villanova at Lehigh, 3 p.m. Towson at Johns Hopkins, 4 p.m.
Binghamton at Sacred Heart, noon Mercer vs. Detroit in Pontiac, Mich., 1 p.m. Albany at Syracuse, 4 p.m. Notre Dame at Jacksonville, 7 p.m. Massachusetts vs. Ohio State in Jacksonville, Fla., 9:30 p.m.
Rutgers at Wagner, 3 p.m. Lafayette at Stony Brook, 6 p.m.
Detroit vs. Michigan in Pontiac, Mich., 7 p.m. Towson at Loyola, TBA
Penn at Duke, 7 p.m.
Hofstra at Princeton, 11 a.m. Siena at Binghamton, noon Bellarmine at Jacksonville, noon Michigan at Johns Hopkins, noon Colgate at Lafayette, noon Richmond at Mercer, noon Marquette at Ohio State, noon Brown at Quinnipiac, noon VMI at Saint Joseph’s, noon Georgetown at Towson, noon Canisius vs. Air Force in Denver, 1 p.m. Drexel at Albany, 1 p.m. Lehigh at Boston University, 1 p.m. Hobart at Cornell, 1 p.m. Mount St. Mary’s at Delaware, 1 p.m. Manhattan at Fairfield, 1 p.m. Bryant at Hartford, 1 p.m. Loyola at Holy Cross, 1 p.m. Harvard at Massachusetts, 1 p.m. High Point at Sacred Heart, 1 p.m. Maryland at Syracuse, 1 p.m. Monmouth at UMBC, 1 p.m. Providence at Vermont, 1 p.m. St. John’s at Yale, 1:30 p.m. Dartmouth at North Carolina, 2 p.m. Navy at Bucknell, 3 p.m. Penn State at Notre Dame, 3 p.m. Marist at Denver, 3:30 p.m. Rutgers at Virginia, 5 p.m. Furman vs. Army in Washington, D.C., TBA
Stony Brook at Duke, noon Marist vs. Air Force in Denver, 1 p.m. Detroit at Robert Morris, 1 p.m. Canisius at Denver, 3:30 p.m.
Fairfield at Hofstra, 3 p.m. Dartmouth at Vermont, 3 p.m. Cornell at Binghamton, 4 p.m. Holy Cross at Harvard, 4 p.m. Virginia at Mount St. Mary’s, 4 p.m. Boston University at Providence, 4 p.m. Princeton at Manhattan, 7 p.m. Saint Joseph’s at Penn, 7 p.m. Drexel at Villanova, 7 p.m.
Monmouth at Wagner, 3 p.m.
Syracuse at Virginia, 5 p.m.
Holy Cross at Navy, 11 a.m. Harvard at Albany, noon Jacksonville at High Point, noon Georgetown at Hofstra, noon Army at Lafayette, noon Duke vs. Maryland, noon Notre Dame at North Carolina, noon Penn State at Ohio State, noon Johns Hopkins at Princeton, noon Detroit at VMI, noon Furman at Bellarmine, 1 p.m. Vermont at Boston University, 1 p.m. Massachusetts at Brown, 1 p.m. Yale at Bryant, 1 p.m. Bucknell at Colgate, 1 p.m. Villanova at Delaware, 1 p.m. Robert Morris at Drexel, 1 p.m. Binghamton at Hobart, 1 p.m. Loyola at Lehigh, 1 p.m. Hartford at Manhattan, 1 p.m. Marquette at Marist, 1 p.m. Cornell at Michigan, 1 p.m. Denver at Penn, 1 p.m. Quinnipiac at Providence, 1 p.m. Dartmouth vs. Sacred Heart in Dallas, 1 p.m. Siena at St. John’s, 1 p.m. Mount St. Mary’s at Towson, 1 p.m.
Richmond at UMBC, 1 p.m. Saint Joseph’s at Wagner, 1 p.m. Rutgers at Stony Brook, 4 p.m.
Air Force at VMI, noon
Bellarmine at Detroit, noon Saint Joseph’s at Monmouth, 3 p.m. St. John’s at Drexel, 4 p.m. Hobart at Colgate, 4 p.m. Canisius* at Cornell, 4 p.m. Lafayette at Delaware, 4 p.m. Providence at Fairfield, 4 p.m. Quinnipiac at Harvard, 4 p.m. Johns Hopkins at Mount St. Mary’s, 4 p.m. Holy Cross at Richmond, 4 p.m. Rutgers at Army, 7 p.m.
Hartford at Brown, 4 p.m. Michigan at High Point, 7 p.m. Vermont at VMI, 7 p.m.
North Carolina at Princeton, 5:30 p.m. Towson at Marist, 7 p.m. Lafayette at Navy, 7 p.m.
Holy Cross at Army, noon Virginia at Cornell, noon Lehigh at Bucknell, noon Michigan at Furman, noon Harvard at Georgetown, noon Delaware at Binghamton, 1 p.m. Colgate at Boston University, 1 p.m. Drexel at Bryant, 1 p.m. Siena at Hartford, 1 p.m. Ohio State at Hofstra, 1 p.m. VMI at High Point, 1 p.m. Marquette at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. Albany at Massachusetts, 1 p.m. Vermont vs. Richmond in Durham, N.C., 1 p.m. Providence at Sacred Heart, 1 p.m. Syracuse vs. St. John’s in Kennesaw, Ga., 1 or 4 p.m. Maryland at Stony Brook, 1 p.m. Johns Hopkins at UMBC, 1 p.m. Detroit at Wagner, 1 p.m. Bellarmine at Air Force, 2 p.m. Monmouth at Rutgers, 2 p.m. Yale at Fairfield, 3 p.m. Denver vs. Notre Dame in Costa Mesa, Calif., 3 p.m. Hobart vs. Brown in Hempstead, N.Y., 4 p.m. Penn at Villanova, 7 p.m.
Saint Joseph’s at Robert Morris, noon Mount St. Mary’s at Manhattan, 1 p.m. Duke at Loyola, 6 p.m.
Penn State at Denver, 9 p.m.
Providence at Massachusetts, 3 p.m. Bryant at Monmouth, 3 p.m. Bucknell at North Carolina, 4 p.m. Sacred Heart at Stony Brook, 6 p.m. Hobart at Canisius, 7 p.m. Marquette at Duke, 7 p.m. Navy at Towson, 7 p.m. Lehigh at Yale, 7 p.m. Furman at Georgetown, 7 p.m. Mercer at UMBC, 7:30 p.m.
Robert Morris at Siena, 3 p.m. Quinnipiac at Hartford, 4 p.m.
Villanova at Maryland, 7 p.m.
Marquette at Detroit, noon Bucknell at Holy Cross, noon UMBC at High Point, noon Air Force at Jacksonville, noon Syracuse at Johns Hopkins, noon VMI at Mercer, noon Drexel at Mount St. Mary’s, noon Manhattan at Quinnipiac, noon Bryant at Albany, 1 p.m. Michigan at Bellarmine, 1 p.m. Colgate at Binghamton, 1 p.m. Yale at Cornell, 1 p.m. Stony Brook at Fairfield, 1 p.m. Robert Morris at Hobart, 1 p.m. Army at Loyola, 1 p.m. Massachusetts at Penn State, 1 p.m. Rutgers at Providence, 1 p.m. Hartford at Sacred Heart, 1 p.m. Georgetown at St. John’s, 1 p.m. Richmond at Saint Joseph’s, 1 p.m. Marist at Siena, 1 p.m. Vermont at Wagner, 1 p.m. North Carolina at Duke, 2 p.m. Navy at Lehigh, 2 p.m. Ohio State at Denver, 3 p.m. Delaware at Hofstra, 3 p.m. Penn at Princeton, 3 p.m. Boston University at Lafayette, 3:30 p.m. Brown at Harvard, 7 p.m. Monmouth at Canisius, TBA
Virginia at Notre Dame, 5 p.m.
Richmond at Rutgers, 3 p.m.
Hofstra at St. John’s, 3 p.m. Cornell at Colgate, 4 p.m. Massachusetts at Fairfield, 4 p.m. Maryland at Michigan, 4 p.m. Dartmouth at Penn State, 5 p.m. Manhattan at Stony Brook, 6 p.m. Duke at Furman, 7 p.m. Harvard at North Carolina, 7 p.m. UMBC at Towson, 7 p.m. Princeton at Villanova, 7 p.m. Wagner at VMI, 7 p.m.
Loyola at Georgetown, 3 p.m. Brown at Bucknell, 4 p.m.
Bellarmine at Ohio State, 7 p.m. Wagner at Richmond, 8 p.m.
Lehigh at Army, noon UMBC at Mount St. Mary’s, noon Colgate at Navy, noon Jacksonville at Robert Morris, noon Princeton at Yale, noon Hobart at Bryant, 1 p.m. Boston University at Bucknell, 1 p.m. Dartmouth at Harvard, 1 p.m. Mercer at High Point, 1 p.m. Lafayette at Loyola, 1 p.m. Quinnipiac at Marist, 1 p.m. Hartford at Massachusetts, 1 p.m. Cornell at Penn, 1 p.m. Albany at Penn State, 1 p.m. Monmouth at Siena, 1 p.m. St. John’s at Stony Brook, 1 p.m. Sacred Heart at Vermont, 1 p.m. Villanova at Marquette, 2 p.m. Rutgers at Denver, 3 p.m.
HOFSTRA APRIL 5
Stony Brook at UMBC, 7:30 p.m.
Marist at Detroit, 11 a.m. Army at Boston University, noon Richmond at Furman, noon Loyola at Navy, noon Duke at Notre Dame, noon Yale at Dartmouth, 1 p.m. Sacred Heart at Hobart, 1 p.m. Lafayette at Holy Cross, 1 p.m. VMI at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. Towson at Massachusetts, 1 p.m. Brown at Penn, 1 p.m. Bryant at Saint Joseph’s, 1 p.m. Vermont at Stony Brook, 1 p.m. Robert Morris at Wagner, 1 p.m. Mercer at Air Force, 2 p.m. Penn State at Drexel, 2 p.m. Colgate at Lehigh, 2 p.m. Harvard at Cornell, 3 p.m. Providence at Georgetown, 3 p.m. Fairfield at Michigan, 3 p.m. Quinnipiac at Monmouth, 3 p.m. Virginia at North Carolina, 3 p.m. Mount St. Mary’s at Bucknell, 4 p.m. High Point at Bellarmine, 7 p.m. Siena at Hofstra, 7 p.m. Rutgers at Princeton, 7 p.m. Denver at Villanova, 7 p.m. Manhattan at Canisius*, TBA
Syracuse at Duke, 12:30 Maryland at North Carolina, 2 p.m. Air Force at Binghamton, 3 p.m.
Canisius at Albany, 3 p.m. Robert Morris at Mount St. Mary’s, 4 p.m. Notre Dame at Ohio State, 4 p.m. Holy Cross at Hartford, 7 p.m. Brown at Marist, 7 p.m. Bryant at Providence, 7 p.m. Drexel at Saint Joseph’s, 7 p.m. Georgetown at Villanova, 7 p.m. VMI at Virginia, 7 p.m.
Monmouth at Lehigh, 7 p.m.
Denver at Georgetown, 11 a.m. Bucknell at Army, noon Loyola at Colgate, noon Quinnipiac at Detroit, noon High Point at Furman, noon Marquette at Rutgers, noon Hobart at Mount St. Mary’s, noon Notre Dame at Syracuse, noon Fairfield at Bellarmine, 1 p.m. Navy at Boston University, 1 p.m. Cornell at Dartmouth, 1 p.m. Drexel at Delaware, 1 p.m. Harvard at Duke, 1 p.m. Manhattan at Marist, 1 p.m. Villanova at Penn State, 1 p.m. St. John’s at Providence, 1 p.m. Bryant vs. Richmond in Manhasset, N.Y., 1 p.m. Sacred Heart at Robert Morris, 1 p.m. Penn at Yale, 1 p.m. Binghamton at Hartford, 2 p.m. North Carolina at Johns Hopkins, 2 p.m. Holy Cross at Lehigh, 2 p.m. Jacksonville at Ohio State, 2:30 p.m. Michigan at Air Force, 3 p.m. Princeton at Brown, 3 p.m. Canisius at Siena, 3 p.m. Vermont at Albany, 7 p.m. Towson at Hofstra, 7 p.m. Mercer at Lafayette, 7 p.m.
Virginia at Maryland, 2:30 p.m.
Delaware at Manhattan, 3 p.m. Lafayette at Monmouth, 3 p.m. Bucknell at Fairfield, 4 p.m. Yale at Providence, 7 p.m. Mount St. Mary’s at Saint Joseph’s, 7 p.m. Quinnipiac at Stony Brook, 7:30 p.m. Bellarmine at Marquette, 8 p.m.
Robert Morris at Maryland, 5 p.m. St. John’s at Rutgers, 7 p.m. Bryant at Sacred Heart, 7 p.m. Binghamton at Syracuse, 7 p.m.
Albany at Johns Hopkins, 7 p.m.
Ohio State at Delaware, noon Albany at Hartford, 1 p.m. Marquette at St. John’s, 1 p.m. UMBC at Binghamton, 2 p.m.
Notre Dame at Marquette, 5 p.m. Syracuse at Cornell, 7 p.m. Dartmouth at Hartford, 7 p.m. Boston University at Harvard, 7 p.m. Marist at Hofstra, 7 p.m. Sacred Heart at Holy Cross, 7 p.m. Lehigh at Princeton, 7:30 p.m. Manhattan at Lafayette, 7:30 p.m.
Duke at Virginia, 6 p.m. Yale at Brown, 7 p.m. Hobart at Wagner, 7 p.m. Lafayette at Bucknell, 7:30 p.m.
Michigan at Ohio State, 11 a.m. Siena at Detroit, noon Canisius at Quinnipiac, noon Furman at VMI, noon Mount St. Mary’s at Bryant, 1 p.m. Holy Cross at Colgate, 1 p.m. Saint Joseph’s at Delaware, 1 p.m. Cornell at Hofstra, 1 p.m. Mercer at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. Boston University at Loyola, 1 p.m. Providence at Marquette, 1 p.m. Robert Morris at Notre Dame, 1 p.m. Harvard at Penn, 1 p.m. Dartmouth at Princeton, 1 p.m. High Point at Richmond, 1 p.m. Binghamton at Vermont, 1 p.m. Fairfield at Air Force, 2 p.m. Navy at Army, 2 p.m. St. John’s at Denver, 2 p.m. Maryland at Johns Hopkins, 2 p.m. Hartford at UMBC, 3:30 p.m. Massachusetts at Drexel, 4 p.m. North Carolina at Syracuse, 6 p.m. Stony Brook at Albany, 7 p.m. Georgetown vs. Lehigh in Ridley, Pa., 7 p.m. Monmouth at Manhattan, 7 p.m. Villanova at Rutgers, 7 p.m. Penn State at Towson, 7:30 p.m.
2014 Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse
Fairfield at Quinnipiac, 4 p.m. Canisius* at Binghamton, 7 p.m. Wagner at Sacred Heart, 7 p.m.
Bucknell at Loyola, 7 p.m.
Army at Colgate, 7 p.m. North Carolina at High Point, 7 p.m. Lehigh at Lafayette, 7 p.m. Johns Hopkins at Navy, 7 p.m.
Brown at Cornell, noon Wagner at Mount St. Mary’s, noon Maryland at Notre Dame, noon Denver at Providence, noon Siena at Quinnipiac, noon Stony Brook at Binghamton, 1 p.m. Penn at Dartmouth, 1 p.m. Rutgers at Duke, 1 p.m. Princeton at Harvard, 1 p.m. Detroit at Manhattan, 1 p.m. Marist at Monmouth, 1 p.m. Air Force at Ohio State, 1 p.m. Bryant at Robert Morris, 1 p.m. Villanova at St. John’s, 1 p.m. Sacred Heart at Saint Joseph’s, 1 p.m. VMI at Canisius, 2 p.m. Georgetown at Marquette, 2 p.m. Bellarmine at Virginia, 2 p.m. Syracuse at Hobart, 3 p.m. Delaware at Penn State, 3 p.m. Albany at UMBC, 3:30 p.m. Yale at Michigan, 4 p.m. Boston University at Holy Cross, 6 p.m. Vermont at Hartford, 7 p.m. Hofstra at Massachusetts, 7 p.m. Furman at Mercer, 7 p.m. Drexel at Towson, 7 p.m.
Harvard at Yale, 2 p.m. Binghamton at Albany, 7 p.m. Siena at Manhattan, 7 p.m. Canisius at Marist, 7 p.m. Mount St. Mary’s at Sacred Heart, 7 p.m. Princeton vs. Cornell in Bethpage, N.Y., TBA ACC No. 5 vs. ACC No. 6 in Chester, Pa., TBA
ACC final in Chester, Pa., TBA Patriot League final at regular-season champion, TBA
Holy Cross at Dartmouth, 4 p.m.
America East semifinals in Stony Brook, N.Y., TBA Atlantic Sun semifinals at top seed, TBA Big East semifinals in Villanova, Pa., TBA ECAC semifinals in Columbus, Ohio, TBA NEC semifinals at top seed, TBA
Colonial semifinals at top seed, TBA Ivy League semifinals at top seed, TBA Metro Atlantic semifinals in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., TBA
Army at Notre Dame, noon Johns Hopkins at Loyola, 1 p.m. Navy at Maryland, 1 p.m. Colgate at Syracuse, 4 p.m. America East final in Stony Brook, N.Y., TBA Atlantic Sun final at top seed, TBA Big East final in Villanova, Pa., TBA ECAC final in Columbus, Ohio, TBA NEC final at top seed, TBA
Jacksonville at Richmond, 12:30 p.m.
Duke at Boston University, 1 p.m. Colonial final at top seed, TBA Ivy League final at top seed, TBA Metro Atlantic final in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., TBA
Siena at Albany, 7 p.m. Bryant at Brown, 7 p.m. Penn at Towson, 7 p.m. Quinnipiac at Yale, 7 p.m. Patriot League tournament first round at campus sites
Villanova at Johns Hopkins, 7 p.m.
Massachusetts at Delaware, 7 p.m. St. John’s vs. Penn in Radnor, Pa., 7 p.m. Hartford at Stony Brook, 7 p.m. ACC semifinals in Chester, Pa., TBA Patriot League semifinals at regular-season champion, TBA
Mercer vs. Bellarmine in Atlanta, noon Rutgers at Georgetown, noon Jacksonville at Furman, noon Robert Morris at Michigan, noon Air Force at Quinnipiac, noon Richmond at VMI, noon Wagner at Bryant, 1 p.m. Ohio State at Fairfield, 1 p.m. Drexel at High Point, 1 p.m. Saint Joseph’s at Hobart, 1 p.m. Detroit at Monmouth, 1 p.m. Hofstra at Penn State, 1 p.m. Providence at Villanova, 1 p.m. UMBC at Vermont, 1:30 p.m. Dartmouth at Brown, 2 p.m. Marquette at Denver, 2 p.m.
NCAA play-in games, TBA
NCAA first round games at campus sites
NCAA first round games at campus sites
NCAA quarterfinals in Hempstead, N.Y.
NCAA quarterfinals in Newark, Del.
NCAA semifinals in Baltimore
NCAA final in Baltimore
Saint Joseph’s at Michigan, 3 p.m. Hofstra at Drexel, 4 p.m. Fairfield at Holy Cross, 4 p.m. Johns Hopkins at Virginia, 4:30 p.m. Providence at Brown, 7 p.m. Delaware at Towson, 7 p.m. Detroit at Canisius, TBA
NCAA MEN’S LACROSSE TOURNAMENT INFORMATION NCAA DIVISION I MEN’S LACROSSE CHAMPIONS
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 2012 - Loyola 2013 - Duke 1971 - Army 19, #5 Hofstra 3 1973 - Virginia 12, #3 Hofstra 5 1974 - Johns Hopkins 18, #7 Hofstra 10 1975 - Maryland 19, #6 Hofstra 7 1978 - Johns Hopkins 20, #7 Hofstra 8 1993 - #6 Hofstra 9, Massachusetts 8 Syracuse 20, #6 Hofstra 8 1996 - Harvard 15, #6 Hofstra 12 1997 - Massachusetts 6, Hofstra 4 1999 - Hofstra 15, Navy 7 Johns Hopkins 11, Hofstra 7
2013 NCAA TOURNAMENT RECAP: First Round (May 11-12): Home Team #1 Syracuse 12 #2 Notre Dame 9 #3 Ohio State 16 #4 Denver 19 #5 North Carolina 16 Cornell 16 #7 Duke 12 Yale 10
Visitor Bryant 7 Detroit 7 Towson 6 Albany 14 Lehigh 7 #6 Maryland 8 Loyola 11 #8 Penn State 7
at College Park, Maryland May 18 #1 Syracuse 7 Cornell 16
Yale 6 Ohio State 6
at Indianapolis, Indiana May 19: #4 Denver 12 #7 Duke 12
#5 North Carolina 11 #2 Notre Dame 11
at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania May 25: #1 Syracuse 9 #7 Duke 16
#4 Denver 8 Cornell 14
at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania May 27: #7 Duke 16
#1 Syracuse 10
HOFSTRA IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 2000 - Maryland 14, Hofstra 12 2001 - Hofstra 15, Virginia 14 (OT) Syracuse 18, Hofstra 13 2003 - Massachusetts 9, Hofstra 6 2006 - #3 Hofstra 14, Providence 8 Massachusetts 11, #3 Hofstra 10 (OT) 2008 - Johns Hopkins 10, Hofstra 4 2009 - Cornell 11, Hofstra 8 2010 - Maryland 11, Hofstra 8 2011 - Johns Hopkins 12, Hofstra 5
NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES
Team Yrs. Won Johns Hopkins 41 66 Maryland 36 47 Virginia 35 48 Syracuse 32 62 North Carolina 28 28 Navy 26 16 Cornell 25 32 Princeton 20 30 Massachusetts 19 9 Loyola 19 13 Notre Dame 18 12 Duke 17 28 Hofstra 17 4 Army 16 4 Brown 12 5 Georgetown 11 10 Towson 11 7 Pennsylvania 11 2 Rutgers 9 2 Wash. & Lee 8 3 Denver 6 5 Delaware 6 3 Harvard 5 2 UMBC 5 1 Albany 5 1 Yale 5 3 Ohio State 4 2 Adelphi 4 2 Stony Brook 3 1 Penn State 3 0 Michigan State 3 0 Hobart 3 0 Providence 3 0 Air Force 2 0 Fairfield 2 0 Colgate 2 1 Siena 2 0 Canisius 2 0 Villanova 2 0 Mt. St. Mary’s 2 0 Bucknell 2 0 Lehigh 2 0 Cortland State 1 1 Bryant 1 0 Detroit 1 0 LIU-C.W. Post 1 0 New Hampshire 1 0 No. Carolina St. 1 0 Butler 1 0 Manhattan 1 0 Dartmouth 1 0 Marist 1 0 Hartford 1 0
Lost Last 32 2012 34 2013 30 2012 22 2013 24 2013 26 2009 22 2013 14 2012 19 2012 18 2013 18 2013 15 2013 17 2011 16 2010 12 2009 11 2007 11 2013 11 2011 9 2004 8 1980 6 2013 6 2011 5 2006 5 2009 5 2013 5 2013 4 2013 4 1989 3 2012 3 2013 3 1991 3 2004 3 2007 2 1988 2 2005 2 2012 2 2011 2 2012 2 2011 2 2010 2 2011 2 2013 1 1972 1 2013 1 2013 1 1986 1 1986 1 1979 1 1998 1 2002 1 2003 1 2005 1 2011
HOFSTRA’S TOURNAMENT SEEDING
n Saturday, May 17, 2014, Hofstra University will host one of the two 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship Quarterfinal doubleheaders at James M. Shuart Stadium. It will be the eighth time in program history that Hofstra will host the NCAA Championship Quarterfinals. 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. 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. The three largest crowds in Shuart Stadium history occurred during the hosting of the NCAA Lacrosse Quarterfinals. A stadium record crowd and the largest-ever lacrosse crowd on Long Island of 13,447 watched the 2011 NCAA Quarterfinals. In that doubleheader, Virginia, on their way to their third national title in the past nine years, defeated Cornell and Denver downed Johns Hopkins. In 1999, a then-NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship Quarterfinal record of 12,292 witnessed Johns Hopkins defeat the Pride and Georgetown upend Duke. Two years later, 10,510 fans attended the 2001 quarterfinals to see Princeton, on the road to a national title, edge Loyola and Syracuse downed Hofstra. The eventual national champion has come through the NCAA Quarterfinal at Hofstra in six of the seven previous seven years at Shuart Stadium.
PREVIOUS NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTERFINALS AT HOFSTRA 1997
Princeton*-11, Massachusetts-9 Syracuse-13 vs. Loyola-12
Princeton*-11, Duke-9 Syracuse-17, Virginia-14
Johns Hopkins-11, Hofstra-7 Georgetown-17, Duke-14
Syracuse-18, Hofstra-13 Princeton*-8, Loyola-7
Syracuse*-10, Duke-9 Princeton-14, Georgetown-13
Cornell 6, Princeton 4 Syracuse* 11, Maryland 6
Virginia* 13, Cornell 9 Denver 14, Johns Hopkins 9 * National Champion
2014 Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse
NCAA DIVISION I LACROSSE QUARTERFINALS AT HOFSTRA
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 78-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 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 all 50 states and 66 countries around the world. The beautiful campus is an accredited arboretum with 115 buildings on 240 acres. There are approximately 3,800 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, Honors College, Frank G. Zarb School of Business, Lawrence Herbert School of Communication, School of Education, School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of Health Sciences and Human Services, Maurice A. Deane School of Law, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine at Hofstra University, School for University Studies and Hofstra University Continuing Education. Hofstra offers six undergraduate degrees in 140 different areas of study. Eleven graduate degrees are also offered with approximately 150 programs of study to choose from. The University offers three first professional degrees and 14 dual degrees as well. Hofstra joined with North Shore-LIJ Health System in establishing 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. On October 16, 2012, Hofstra hosted its second Presidential Debate, held in the “town hall” format, between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Hofstra also 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. 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 first debate, students and the entire community were engaged by the yearlong 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 the Obama presidency. The University continues to host important political events, such as the New York State Gubernatorial Debate in 2010 and a visit from Newark, NJ, Mayor Cory Booker to kick of the Debate 2012 Pride, Politics & Policy program. Hofstra opened its School of Engineering and Applied Science in September 2012. The new school features a co-op education program that will partner with a network of industry leaders to offer students substantial work experience before they graduate. The School of Engineering and Applied Science 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 Lawrence Herbert School of Communication is one of the largest, most advanced non-commercial television facilities in the East. Students take classes and work in 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 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 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 750 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 BY THE NUMBERS 17 Varsity sports 18 Eateries on campus 20 Local and national fraternities and sororities 21 Average undergraduate class size 22 Academic accreditations 37 Residence halls 100 Percent program accessibility to persons with disabilities 200+ Student clubs and organizations 500 Cultural events per year 1935 Founding date 6,899 Full-time undergraduate enrollment 11,090 Total University enrollment, including part-time undergraduate, graduate and School of Law 124,000+ Hofstra alumni 1.2 Million Volumes available at Hofstra University Libraries
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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 5,023-seat David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex. 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 athletics 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 1,135 faculty members, 517 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.
NATIONAL RECOGNITION For the fourth straight year, Hofstra has been selected as one of Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Great Colleges to Work For” receiving recognition for having an innovative and high quality teaching environment as well as clear requirements for tenure. Hofstra has also been named to the 2012 President’s Higher Education & Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary commitment to service and civic engagement on and off campus. Hofstra continues to be recognized by U.S. News & World Report, Princeton Review, Fiske, Washington Monthly, and Forbes on each of their Best College lists. The University was ranked in Tier One in US News & World Report at number 134, an improvement of 17 positions since the 2006 edition. Princeton Review has also recognized Hofstra for the 3rd year in their “Guide to Green Colleges”, which profiles colleges and universities committed to sustainability inside and outside the classroom. U.S. News & World Report has once again ranked The School of Education, the Frank G. Zarb School of Business, and the Maurice A. Deane School of Law as Best Graduate Schools, as well as recognized Hofstra’s graduate online programs in business, information technology, and education as top 100 programs. The Frank G. Zarb School of Business was also ranked among the top 75 M.B.A. programs by Forbes magazine, one of the top 5 Largest M.B.A. programs by Crain’s New York, and the undergraduate business program was ranked 117th in the country by U.S. News & World Report. The undergraduate engineering program was ranked at 57 in U.S. News & World Report ranking of non-doctoral engineering programs.
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.
PRESIDENT OF HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
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.
President Rabinowitz, Hofstra Pride Club Board Member James C. Metzger ’83 and Hofstra Pride Club President E. David Woycik ’77
Joseph M. Barkwill
Vice President for Facilities and Operations
Vice President for University Relations
Vice President for Enrollment Services
Dr. Herman Berliner
Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
Dolores Fredrich, Esq.
Vice President for Legal Affairs and General Counsel
Sandra S. Johnson
Vice President for Financial Affairs Vice President for Student Affairs and Treasurer
Vice President for Institutional Research and Assessment
Richard V. Guardino, Jr., Esq. Vice President for Business Development
Robert W. Juckiewicz
Vice President for Information Technology
Jeffrey A. Hathaway Vice President and Director of Athletics
Alan J. Kelly
Vice President for Development
Trustees of Hofstra University (as of January 2014) OFFICERS
Janis M. Meyer,* Chair James E. Quinn,* Vice Chair Peter G. Schiff, Vice Chair David S. Mack,* Secretary Stuart Rabinowitz, President
MEMBERS Alan J. Bernon* Tejinder Bindra Robert F. Dall* Steven J. Freiberg* Arno H. Fried Martin B. Greenberg* Leo A. Guthart Peter S. Kalikow* Arthur J. Kremer Diana E. Lake* Karen L. Lutz
John D. Miller* Marilyn B. Monter* Martha S. Pope Julio A. Portalatin* Edwin C. Reed Robert D. Rosenthal* Debra A. Sandler* Thomas J. Sanzone* Leonard H. Shapiro Joseph Sparacio* Frank G. Zarb*
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Stuart L. Bass,* Chair, University Senate Executive Committee Tanya Levy-Odom,* President, Alumni Organization William F. Nirode, Speaker of the Faculty Andrea Standrowicz, President, Student Government Association Ron Singh, Vice President, Student Government Association Eugene Maccarrone,* Chair, University Senate Planning and Budget Committee
James M. Shuart,* President Emeritus Wilbur Breslin, Trustee Emeritus Emil V. Cianciulli,* Chair Emeritus John J. Conefry, Jr., Chair Emeritus Maurice A. Deane,* Chair Emeritus George G. Dempster,* Chair Emeritus Joseph L. Dionne,* Trustee Emeritus Helene Fortunoff, Chair Emerita Lawrence Herbert,* Trustee Emeritus Florence Kaufman, Trustee Emerita Walter B. Kissinger, Trustee Emeritus Ann M. Mallouk,* Chair Emerita Thomas H. Oâ€™Brien, Trustee Emeritus Norman R. Tengstrom,* Trustee Emeritus
M. Patricia Adamski
Senior Vice President for Planning and Administration
* Hofstra Alumni
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VICE PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
The Pride not only flourished on the fields and in the classroom, but also in the area of athletic development. The Hofstra Pride Club enjoyed a banner year with $1.1 million in cash funds raised, a 13% increase over 2011-12, and a 16% increase in annual funds. In 2013 Hathaway was named to the NCAA Division I Leadership Council, continuing his long tradition of service on a national level. Hathaway guided the University of Connecticut (UConn) Division of Athletics through an unprecedented period of academic and athletic achievement during his eight years as director of athletics from 2003 to 2011. At the same time, he became an influential leader for college athletics on both the national and conference level. Hathaway played a vital role in UConn’s success story for nearly 20 years as he was the executive associate director of athletics at the school from 1990 to 2001. In his two years away from the Storrs campus, Hathaway enjoyed a successful tenure as the director of athletics at Colorado State University from 2001 to 2003.
Jeffrey A. Hathaway is in his second year as the Vice President and Director of Athletics at Hofstra University in 2013-14. Hathaway, formerly the Director of Athletics at the University of Connecticut and the chairman of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, was introduced by Hofstra University President Stuart Rabinowitz on May 15, 2012. “In collegiate athletics, the name Jeff Hathaway means success on any number of levels: in the classroom, on the playing field, in the boardroom, with donors and the media. Most importantly, Jeff’s focus on excellence, ethics, leadership and academics will allow the Hofstra Pride athletics program to move to the next level of excellence,” said Rabinowitz. “His tenure at the University of Connecticut was one of unprecedented growth, and under his leadership, we look forward to ushering in a new era of Hofstra Pride athletic success.” “I am excited to join the Hofstra University community and to have the opportunity to provide leadership and serve the student-athletes, coaches and staff in this outstanding athletics program,” commented Hathaway at his introductory press conference. “I particularly would like to thank President Stuart Rabinowitz for allowing me to become part of the Hofstra University family. Throughout my career I have been part of programs that have competed against Hofstra and I have seen firsthand the success the Pride has had over the years. My primary focus will be on the academic achievement of our student-athletes and providing them the opportunity to participate and achieve in their academic and athletic endeavors as we prepare them for their lives after graduation from Hofstra.” In his first year at Hofstra, Hathaway oversaw a department that produced four Colonial Athletic Association championship and NCAA Tournament teams, as well as two other teams that reached the conference championship game. In addition, Hofstra Athletics saw three student-athletes earn Academic All-America accolades and five garner CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors. On of those Academic All-Americans, Joe Burg, also was a finalist for a Rhodes Scholarship in 2012, becoming just the second Hofstra student to ever earn the distinction.
During Hathaway’s career, he has always made the academic success of student-athletes a top priority. In the classroom, more than 50% of UConn’s 650 student-athletes achieved a 3.0 “B-or better” semester grade point average during the spring and/or fall semesters of the 2010 calendar year, including 16 who earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average. In addition, the Division of Athletics consistently maintained a 99 percent academic retention rate among its student-athletes. The University of Connecticut was saluted for its community service efforts by the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS) three times under Hathaway’s watch for its community service efforts. UConn was also honored by the NCAS in 2006 and 2007 for its efforts to assist former student-athletes in earning their college degree. Hathaway’s leadership positions have extended beyond the campus. He recently completed a five-year term as a member of the prestigious NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee, representing the BIG EAST Conference, serving as chair in 2011-12. As a member of the 10-person committee, Hathaway took part in the selection and administration of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship and the administration of the CBS/ Turner television contract. During his tenure at both Colorado State and UConn, he was a member of the NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet. On the conference level, Hathaway was the chair of the BIG EAST Athletic Directors Executive Committee through November of 2009. He is also past chairman of the BIG EAST Championship and Competition Committee as well as the league’s Finance Committee, and also served on the Television Committee. Hathaway is a past member of the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). In 2004 The Sporting News named Hathaway to its “Power 100 List” - comprised of the 100 most powerful people in sports. During his time at the University of Connecticut, private fundraising averaged more than $13 million a year. Hathaway was also responsible negotiating several key revenue and partnership agreements, securing major gifts, and guiding the building of two LEED certified athletic facilities, UConn’s first, which received recognition from the University and from the Connecticut Real Estate Exchange. Hathaway led a head coaching staff that is one of the most experienced in the country. At the conclusion of Hathaway’s tenure, UConn had 12 head coaches that had been in their current position 10 or more years as of the 2010-11 academic year.
During Hathaway’s tenure at Colorado State, he oversaw a 15-sport program – nine women’s teams and six men’s. Hathaway was an extremely successful fundraiser during his time in Fort Collins. The school drew national attention for a $15.2 million gift for football stadium renovations and expansion.
In Hathaway’s final year with UConn, the Huskies experienced great athletic success. The men’s basketball team won its third NCAA Division I Championship while the football team played in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. In addition, the women’s basketball team played in the NCAA Final Four for the fourth consecutive season and set a college basketball record for most consecutive wins with 90. The UConn baseball team made history with its first-ever appearance in NCAA Super Regional play. The men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey teams participated in NCAA tournaments while representatives from men’s and women’s track and field and women’s diving also took part in NCAA action.
Prior to joining UConn, Hathaway served in a number of capacities at his alma mater, the University of Maryland, from 1982 to 1990, including assistant athletics director for marketing and communications, acting assistant athletics director for business affairs, athletics business manager and men’s basketball trainer. Hathaway earned his degree in athletic administration from Maryland in 1981. He later received a master’s degree in general administration from Maryland and is currently continuing work on a PhD in the Department of Educational Leadership at the University of Connecticut. Hathaway and his wife, Paula, have two children – Meghan (22) and Michael (18).
WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT JEFFREY A. HATHAWAY Philip E. Austin, President Emeritus, University of Connecticut “I had the pleasure of working with Jeff Hathaway through my tenure as president of the University of Connecticut. He was a valuable member of our senior leadership team and led the athletic program to its most successful era. Jeff is committed to not only athletic excellence but also academic excellence, integrity and the overall welfare of student athletes.” Joseph R. Castiglione, Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics, University of Oklahoma “From our days in college to the many years as colleagues in the profession, I have always known Jeff Hathaway to be a man of character. He has a tenacious work ethic, an innate ability to establish the right vision, mission and values for the organization he leads and a collaborative style to appropriately involve all stakeholders in the process of setting goals and creating the means to achieve them. At the heart of it all is a passionate commitment to creating the best possible environment for student athlete success. Hofstra University made a wonderful decision in hiring Jeff.” Mark Emmert, President, National Collegiate Athletic Association “Jeff did a tremendous job as a member and later chair of the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. His efforts directly contributed to lifelong experiences for thousands of studentathletes. I’m confident that he will bring the same dedication and passion to the athletic program and the student-athletes of Hofstra.” Jim Nantz, CBS Sports “I have known Jeff Hathaway a long time and there is no one I respect more in college athletics than Jeff Hathaway. This is a big day for Hofstra University and the future of Hofstra has been placed in good hands. Jeff is a high-achieving,
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high-quality person that I have gotten to know well during his tenure as the Chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. Jeff’s success as a leader speaks for itself. He has the Midas touch!” Mike Slive, Commissioner, Southeastern Conference “I have known Jeff Hathaway for many years and had the pleasure of serving with him on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Committee. Jeff’s extensive experience, his enthusiasm and his energy makes him a leader no matter what room he is in. His commitment to assisting young men and women in getting an education while participating in college sports make him an outstanding choice as Hofstra’s new athletics director.” Mike Tranghese, former Commissioner, Big East Conference “Jeff is an outstanding administrator who will provide Hofstra with great leadership in the future. He has long been a leader in collegiate athletics and Hofstra will do well with Jeff at the helm. ” Tom Yeager, Commissioner, Colonial Athletic Association “Jeff Hathaway is one of the brightest, creative and competent administrators in college athletics. Everyone in the CAA is excited about his joining our team and we look forward to his contribution to the continued success of the Hofstra program and the CAA.” Kevin White, Vice President/Director of Athletics, Duke University “Hofstra literally hit the proverbial lottery! Hiring Jeff Hathaway as vice president and director of athletics – a highly seasoned athletic director who is clearly one of the most skilled and talented administrators within the NCAA – is nothing short of an immeasurable leadership acquisition!”
Hathaway originally came to Connecticut in November of 1990 as senior associate athletic director. In that role, he oversaw the day-to-day operations of the Division of Athletics and served as a program administrator for several sports.
ADMINISTRATIVE MEET THE PRIDE STAFF & HEAD COACHES
Rpb Anspach Wrestling Coach
Assistant Director of Athletics/Marketing and Promotions
Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Facilities
Dr. Michael Barnes
Cross Country Coach
Associate Director of Athletic Facilities
John Considine Assistant Equipment Manager
Bill Edwards Softball Coach
Assistant Director of Athletics/Administration
Assistant Director of Athletic Development
Brooke Bendernagel Athletic Facilities Coordinator
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
Senior Assistant Director of Athletic Communications
Kathy De Angelis
Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities
Men’s Golf Coach
Assistant Director of Athletics/Ticket Operations
Athletic Facilities Coordinator
Associate Director of Athletics/Communications
Assistant Director of Athletic Development
Director of Athletic Development
Colm Kennedy Associate Director of Athletic Facilities
Athletic Department Secretary
Faculty Athletics Representative
Stephen Gorchov Kristina Hernandez
Women’s Golf Coach
Field Hockey Coach
Associate Director of Athletic Facilities Coordinator Athletics/NCAA Education and Compliance Services
Women’s Basketball Coach
Assistant Director of Athletics/Student-Athlete Services and Life Skills Development
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Senior Associate Director of Athletics
Men’s Soccer Coach
Athletic Facilities Coordinator
Athletic Department Secretary
Athletic Department Secretary
Michelle Spatarella Samantha Sweeney
Assistant Dean of Advisement
Assistant Director of Athletics/NCAA Education and Compliance Services
Assistant Equipment Manager
Head Athletic Trainer
Associate Dean of University Advisement
James Prendergast Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
Senior Sports Information Director
Director of Athletic Publications
Athletic Department Secretary
Associate Director of Athletic Facilities
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Deputy Director of Athletics
Ticket Office Graduate Assistant
Men’s Basketball Coach
Simon Riddiough Women’s Soccer Coach
Athletic Department Secretary
Men’s Lacrosse Coach
Winnie Wymes Athletic Department Secretary
Athletic Facilities Coordinator
John Russo Baseball Coach
Women’s Lacrosse Coach
Director of Ticket Sales
Director of Tennis
Dr. Michael Yorio Medical Director
MEN’S LACROSSE ACADEMIC PLAN 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.
Transition Phase - All first-year studentathletes:
• 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, selfimage, 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
HOFS TRA 7:45 a.m. 8:15 a.m. 8:45-9:45 a.m. 10-11:20 a.m. 11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1-2:20 p.m. 2:30-5 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
Student Center Cafeteria
5-5:30 p.m Team Meeting Opponent Scouting Report, Locker Room 6 p.m. Dinner, Student Center Cafeteria 7 p.m. Free time/Study time
Class in Monroe Lecture Hall • Students typically take 15-17 credits per semester, which equates to roughly 1517 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.
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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A HOFSTRA LACROSSE PLAYER
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 long-time supporter. Margiotta, who founded and served as President of the Hofstra Pride Club for more than 20 years, passed away in November 2008
friends of the Hofstra Athletic program are held in this area. 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-square-foot 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
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JAMES M. SHUART STADIUM/ HOFSTRA INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY 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 All-Star Football Game, the Fun City Bowl featuring the New York City Police and Fire Department teams, the Long Island Lizards of Major League Lacrosse, the New York Cosmos of the North American Soccer League 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. In 1968 the stadium became the third college facility in the nation to install an artificial playing HOFSTRA LACROSSE surface. James M. VICTORY WALK Shuart Stadium underwent a major In 2004 Hofstra Athletics and the Pride men’s lacrosse program created a renovation and Victory Walk to commemorate the expansion that more than 500 victories achieved was completed since the programs’ inception in in the fall of 1949. The Victory Walk, spearheaded 1996, making the by then-Hofstra Head Lacrosse facility into one Coach John Danowski, is located of the premier near the main entrance of James M. complexes in the Shuart Stadium and consists of a Northeast. The walkway made from individual bricks project included showcasing all the victories of the the expansion Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse program. Each of the seating brick is inscribed with the year, the capacity from opponent and the score of the contest. Included in the project are several 7,000 to 13,000; memorial gardens and benches. The the creation project generated more than $70,000 of the Howdy in donations and had more than 220 Myers Pavilion contributors, of which more than half in the southeast were former players. 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. This past fall the existing FieldTurf was replaced by the new FieldTurf Revolution playing surface.
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 largestever 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 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.
HOWDY MYERS PAVILION
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.
Dr. Shuart, who served as a team captain under Coach Myers in both football and lacrosse in the early 1950s, praised the coaching 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.
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 HOWARD “HOWDY” MYERS was inducted into the United States AWARD RECIPIENTS Lacrosse Hall of Fame. 2002 Kahmal Roy, Football 2003 Arni Gunnarsson, Soccer As Hofstra’s 2004 Noel Thompson, Wrestling football coach for 2005 Jon Masa, Wrestling and 25 years (1950 Loren Stokes, Basketball 74), Coach Myers 2006 Chris Unterstein, Lacrosse recorded 15 win2007 Loren Stokes, Basketball ning seasons and 2008 Antoine Agudio, Basketball and a 141-98-4 record. Charles Griffin, Wrestling In 1959 he led the 2009 Jay Card, Lacrosse and Flying Dutch Charles Jenkins, Basketball men to the first 2010 Charles Jenkins, Basketball undefeated (9-0-0) 2011 Charles Jenkins, Basketball season in Hofstra 2012 Danny Poma, Baseball Football history. 2013 Shaun Foster, Soccer
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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.
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.
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, studentathletes 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 studentathletes. 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 student-athletes, 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. 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 Family Student-Athlete Development Center was opened on the second level of the James M. Shuart Stadium Building. The center houses the offices of the academic advisors as well as the student-athlete services staff. 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 are also available.
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. 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. 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 the health care system.
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
Evan Malings Head Athletic Trainer
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Dr. Michael Yorio Team Physician
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. 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 eighth-year Head Athletic Trainer Evan Malings and features six 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.
Robert Sullivan Men’s Lacrosse Athletic Trainer
LONG ISLAND/NEW YORK CITY ABOUT LONG ISLAND…
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.
NEW YORK ABOUT NEW YORK CITY…
Hofstra is located only 25 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, Nets 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 Times Square.
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THE COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION With nearly three decades of success athletically and academically, the Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences. The CAA encompasses many of the nation’s largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Charleston, S.C. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 13 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 13 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 23 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2012-13, 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 23 teams in 15 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2013. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes several of the nation’s top media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 22 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis and track & field. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2012-13, 27 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 43 student-athletes received All-America honors in 14 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 seven years. CAA teams have combined to win 41 games in postseason play since 2006, including 14 victories in the NCAA Tournament. The CAA has posted at least one NCAA Tournament win in six of the past eight years, including the last four in a row. The conference has seen five or more teams reach postseason play in four of the last five seasons. In women’s basketball, 2013 CAA champion Delaware defeated West Virginia and North Carolina to become the 12th CAA team to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Behind the play of Honda Award winner Elena Delle Donne, the Blue Hens finished the season ranked #13 in the final USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll. Drexel captured the WNIT championship with a 4643 victory over Utah and James Madison reached the quarterfinals of the WNIT. CAA teams have gone 20-9 in postseason play over the past two years. 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.
Three men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and each current member of the conference has reached the NCAA Tournament since 2006. In softball, Hofstra reached the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012 and the CAA placed two teams (Hofstra and James Madison) in the NCAA’s for the first time last season. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament three times in the past six seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 14 years and the women’s team had two runners (Elaina Balouris and Emily Stites) earn All-America honors in 2012. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The CAA sent three teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in 2013 and has had at least 11 players selected in nine of the last 11 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also had individuals earn AllAmerica honors in women’s lacrosse, track and field and swimming & diving last season and had players nationally ranked in tennis and golf. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university education and life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs, visiting faculty programs and a recent partnership with NBC Learn to provide educational videos to over 8,500 public schools across the United States. CAA schools are also very active in community service projects. The CAA Blood Challenge, which is held each fall, has raised more than 36,000 units of blood over the past 11 years. The first-ever CAA Food Drive Challenge last winter resulted in over 9,500 pounds of donated food.
Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when two of its current members- James Madison University and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, George Mason 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 CAA MEMBERSHIP HISTORY to form a new conference. The Current Membership transformation from ECAC South College of Charleston (2013-present) to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. University of Delaware (2001-present) Drexel University (2001-present) Hofstra University (2001-present) James Madison University (1983-present) University of North Carolina-Wilmington (1985-present) Northeastern University (2005-present) Towson University (2001-present) College of William and Mary (1983-present)
Past Members American University (1985-2001) East Carolina University (1983-2001) George Mason University (1983-2013) Georgia State University (2005-2013) United States Naval Academy (1983-1991) Old Dominion University (1991-2013) University of Richmond (1983-2001) Virginia Commonwealth University (1995-2012)
Future Member Elon University (2014)
Old Dominion University joined the CAA in 1991 and was followed 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 in 2005 and the College of Charleston began its first year as a CAA member on July 1, 2013. Elon University will join the conference beginning in 2014-15.
2013 STATISTICS AND RESULTS 17 Varn, Torin 14-14 5 Llinares, Sam 14-14 77 Sorichetti, Adrian 14-14 12 Coholan, Drew 14-14 2 Yapor, Lance 11-11 8 Malave, Mike 13-13 30 vonBargen, Brian 14-1 14 Begley, Tyler 14-2 3 Johnston, Tyler 9-0 22 Reicherter, John 14-0 13 Jones, Aaron 13-0 50 Rielly, Ryan 14-0 28 O’Leary, Ryan 7-1 27 Antoniades, John 14-0 1 Loizeaux, Brad 6-0 41 Zappone, Anthony 14-0 33 Selva, Chris 14-14 9 Hamilton, Michael 14-14 18 Stockstill, Steele 6-0 4 Romano, Steve 14-0 36 Wilson, Hayden 1-0 31 Bellairs, Rob 12-0 24 Solaja, Cody 14-14 66 Horl, Connor 1-0 57 Brant, Ryan 2-0 45 Sullivan, Finn 1-0 32 Rooney, Jacob 3-0 29 Moorehead, Jack 10-0 25 Mullen, Mark 14-14 20 Bove, Guiliano 1-0 19 Colatriano, Vinny 2-0 16 Howell, Chris 1-0 15 Rosenzweig, Jason 1-0 11 Girardi, Giovanni 5-0 7 Fried, Jordan 3-0 Total 14 Opponents 14
HOFSTRA GOALIE STATISTICS
NO PLAYER 15 Rosenzweig, Jason 33 Selva, Chris 57 Brant, Ryan Total............... Opponents...........
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30 2 32 78 47 8 0 17 13 2 0-0 .000 1-0.5 19 13 32 71 43 3 1 25 12 6 0-0 .000 0-0.0 15 12 27 71 39 4 0 5 22 1 0-0 .000 6-4.0 12 7 19 63 38 2 0 13 11 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 10 7 17 32 20 4 0 14 5 1 0-0 .000 1-1.0 11 3 14 47 28 0 0 6 19 1 0-0 .000 0-0.0 8 0 8 40 21 0 0 4 4 0 0-0 .000 1-1.0 4 4 8 24 18 2 0 7 2 0 0-0 .000 1-1.0 3 2 5 13 9 0 0 1 4 0 0-0 .000 2-1.5 3 1 4 5 3 0 0 20 2 3 0-0 .000 3-2.5 2 0 2 24 11 0 0 1 5 0 0-0 .000 1-1.0 2 0 2 7 4 0 0 37 1 12 0-4 .000 6-6.0 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 4 1 0 0-0 .000 2-2.0 1 0 1 13 3 0 0 67 6 2 128-256 .500 6-4.5 1 0 1 5 3 0 0 1 2 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 23 9 7 0-0 .000 7-5.0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 38 14 4 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 18 2 3 0-0 .000 7-6.0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 2 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 21 6 3 0-0 .000 6-5.5 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 2 0-0 .000 1-0.5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 11 3 5 0-0 .000 9-9.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 3 13 0-0 .000 5-4.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 .000 0-0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 .000 0-0.0 121 56 177 507 291 23 1 360 159 65 128-267 .479 66-56.5 109 61 170 507 273 21 0 404 163 62 139-267 .521 62-49.0
Sacred Heart 14-9 W #13 Princeton 7-10 L at #13 Fairfield 9-2 W Harvard 10-5 W at #2 Notre Dame 8-7 W at Delaware* 10-5 W at St. John’s 6-7 L #19 Drexel* 7-8 L (3OT) Dartmouth 11-9 W at Towson* 6-7 L vs. St. Joseph’s*+ 13-1 W #3 North Carolina 5-14 L Massachusetts* 8-9 L #8 Penn State* 7-16 L
MINUTES 3:46 827:30 17:35 848:51 848:51
GA GAA SAVES 0 0.00 0 105 7.61 159 4 13.65 5 109 7.70 164 121 8.55 170
SV.PCT .000 .602 .556 .601 .584
W 0 7 0 7 7
L T SHOTS 0 0 1 7 0 495 0 0 11 7 0 507 7 0 507
GOALS BY PERIOD 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT OT2 OT3 Total Hofstra 38 29 27 27 0 0 0 121 Opponents 21 22 34 31 0 0 1 109 SHOTS BY PERIOD 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT OT2 OT3 Total Hofstra 135 115 128 125 2 2 0 507 Opponents 102 122 132 144 2 1 4 507 SHOTS ON GOAL BY PERIOD Hofstra Opponents
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT OT2 OT3 Total 71 75 70 73 1 1 0 291 56 66 72 77 0 1 1 273
SAVES BY PERIOD 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT OT2 OT3 Total Hofstra 35 44 38 46 0 1 0 164 Opponents 33 46 43 46 1 1 0 170
Overall: 7-7 • CAA: 2-4 • Home: 3-5 • Away: 3-2 • Neutral: 1-0 GP-GS G A PTS SH SOG UP DN GB T/O CT W-L
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2013 CAA MEN’S LACROSSE REVIEW STANDINGS
Penn State Drexel Towson Hofstra Massachusetts Delaware Saint Joseph’s
CAA 6-0 5-1 4-2 2-4 2-4 1-5 1-5
Pct. 1.000 .833 .667 .333 .333 .167 .167
GF 68 70 55 51 55 47 25
GA Overall 35 12-5 58 11-4 47 10-8 46 7-7 54 7-8 63 5-10 68 5-11
Pct. .706 .733 .556 .500 .467 .333 .312
GF 178 182 160 121 138 135 103
GA 129 164 167 109 136 150 159
TEAM STATISTICS GOALS/GAME
GP No. Avg/G 1. Drexel 15 182 12.13 2. Penn State 17 178 10.47 3. Massachusetts 15 138 9.20 4. Delaware 15 135 9.00 5. Towson 18 160 8.89 6. Hofstra 14 121 8.64 7. Saint Joseph’s 16 103 6.44
GP No. Avg/G 1. Drexel 15 117 7.80 2. Massachusetts 15 89 5.93 3. Penn State 17 82 4.82 4. Towson 18 85 4.72 5. Hofstra 14 56 4.00 6. Delaware 15 59 3.93 7. Saint Joseph’s 16 53 3.31
GROUND BALLS/GAME GP No. Avg/G 1. Delaware 15 500 33.33 2. Penn State 17 514 30.24 3. Drexel 15 432 28.80 4. Massachusetts 15 425 28.33 5. Hofstra 14 370 26.43 6. Towson 18 451 25.06 7. Saint Joseph’s 16 375 23.44
GP No. Avg/G 1. Drexel 15 299 19.93 2. Penn State 17 260 15.29 3. Massachusetts 15 227 15.13 4. Towson 18 245 13.61 5. Delaware 15 194 12.93 6. Hofstra 14 177 12.64 7. Saint Joseph’s 16 156 9.75
GP No. Avg/G 1. Drexel 15 619 41.27 2. Massachusetts 15 544 36.27 3. Hofstra 14 507 36.21 4. Penn State 17 606 35.65 5. Towson 18 626 34.78 6. Delaware 15 510 34.00 7. Saint Joseph’s 16 516 32.25
GP No. Avg/G 1. Drexel 15 24 1.60 2. Hofstra 14 23 1.64 3. Towson 18 22 1.22 4. Massachusetts 15 18 1.20 Penn State 17 18 1.06 6. Saint Joseph’s 16 12 0.75 Delaware 15 12 0.80
2013 CAA MEN’S LACROSSE POSTSEASON AWARDS ALL-CAA FIRST TEAM
Cl. Pos. Robert Church, Drexel Sr. A Thomas DeNapoli, Towson Jr. A Jack Forster, Penn State Sr. A Ryan Belka, Drexel So. M Tom LaCrosse, Penn State Jr. M Ben McIntosh, Drexel Jr. M Steven Bogert, Penn State Jr. LSM Dan Henneghan, Penn State Sr. FO. John Fennessey, Towson Jr. D Mark Mullen, Hofstra Gr. D Jake Smith, UMass Sr. D Tyler Travis, Penn State Jr. D Austin Kaut, Penn State Jr. GK
ALL-CAA SECOND TEAM Will Manny, UMass TJ Sanders, Penn State Kyle Smith, UMass Nick Diachenko, Delaware Andrew Hodgson, Towson Ryan Izzo, UMass Brett Tobin, UMass Joe Calvello, UMass James Connelly, Delaware Ryan Hollenbaugh, UMass JoJo Ostrander, Towson Chris Selva, Hofstra
Cl. Pos. Sr. A Fr. A Sr. A Sr. M Jr. M So. M Sr. LSM Jr. FO. Jr. D Sr. D So. D So. GK
James Burke, Penn State Pat Conroy, Towson Frank Fusco, Drexel Sam Llinares, Hofstra Zach Oliveri, UMass Conor Peaks, Delaware Ian Robertson, Delaware TJ Sanders, Penn State Pat Swanick, St. Joseph’s Brian von Bargen, Hofstra
2013 CAA PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
2013 CAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:
Austin Kaut, Penn State
TJ Sanders, Penn State
2013 CAA COACH OF THE YEAR:
2013 CAA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Jeff Tambroni, Penn State
Austin Kaut, Penn State
Cl. Pos. Fr. LSM Fr. LSM Fr. A Fr. A Fr. K Fr. K Fr. A Fr. A Fr. A Fr. M
HOFS TRA 1. Drexel 2. Hofstra 3. Towson 4. Massachusetts 5. Penn State 6. Delaware 7. Saint Joseph’s
GP 15 14 18 15 17 15 16
1. Massachusetts 2. Delaware 3. Hofstra Penn State 5. Drexel 6. Saint Joseph’s 7. Towson
No. 24 23 22 18 18 12 12
GP GA 15 11 15 17 14 21 17 17 15 17 16 20 18 25
Att. Pct. 53 .453 61 .377 60 .367 51 .353 52 .346 50 .240 62 .194
GP No. Avg/G 14 159 11.36 16 216 13.50 15 204 13.60 18 247 13.72 17 234 13.76 15 207 13.80 15 219 14.60
1. Penn State 2. Delaware 3. Towson 4. Massachusetts 5. Drexel 6. Saint Joseph’s 7. Hofstra
GP No. Avg/G 17 126 7.41 15 110 7.33 18 120 6.67 15 95 6.33 15 88 5.87 16 92 5.75 14 65 4.64
1. Towson 2. Penn State 3. Delaware 4. Hofstra 5. Drexel 6. Massachusetts 7. Saint Joseph’s
Att. PK Pct. 46 .761 56 .696 63 .667 51 .667 50 .660 58 .655 64 .609
GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE
1. Penn State 2. Massachusetts 3. Drexel 4. Towson 5. Saint Joseph’s 6. Delaware 7. Hofstra
1. Hofstra 2. Saint Joseph’s 3. Massachusetts 4. Towson 5. Penn State 6. Drexel 7. Delaware
GP No. Avg/G 17 53 3.12 15 50 3.33 15 55 3.67 18 70 3.89 16 64 4.00 15 65 4.33 14 66 4.71
Saves Avg/G 244 13.56 201 11.82 177 11.80 164 11.71 170 11.33 169 11.27 174 10.88
GP GA Saves Save% 1. Penn State 17 129 201 .609 2. Hofstra 14 109 164 .601 3. Towson 18 167 244 .594 4. Massachusetts 15 136 169 .554 5. Delaware 15 150 177 .541 6. Saint Joseph’s 16 159 174 .523 7. Drexel 15 164 170 .509
GP GA Min. Avg. 1. Penn State 17 129 1026:26 7.54 2. Hofstra 14 109 848:51 7.70 3. Massachusetts 15 136 901:16 9.05 4. Towson 18 167 1089:10 9.20 5. Saint Joseph’s 16 159 959:43 9.94 6. Delaware 15 150 902:15 9.98 7. Drexel 15 164 909:11 10.82
2013 CAA INDIVIDUAL STATS
GP 18 17 15 14 15 15 16
1. Massachusetts 2. Penn State 3. Delaware 4. Drexel 5. Hofstra 6. Saint Joseph’s 7. Towson
GP 15 17 15 15 14 16 18
Won 186 204 184 213 128 133 141
Lost Pct. 137 .576 157 .565 156 .541 181 .541 139 .479 181 .424 245 .365
To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 25.0% of their team’s games. GOALS PER GAME
1. Sanders, TJ-PSU 2. McIntosh, Ben-DU 3. Forster, Jack-PSU 4. Diachenko, Nick-UD 5. DeNapoli, Thomas-TU 6. Church, Robert-DU 7. Varn, Torin-HU 8. Smith, Kyle-UM 9. Belka, Ryan-DU 10. Whiteway, Grant-UM
POINTS PER GAME
1. Church, Robert-DU 2. McIntosh, Ben-DU 3. Forster, Jack-PSU 4. DeNapoli, Thomas-TU 5. Smith, Kyle-UM 6. Manny, Will-UM 7. Belka, Ryan-DU 8. Sanders, TJ-PSU 9. Diachenko, Nick-UD 10. Sturgis, Shane-PSU
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GP No. Avg/G 17 44 2.59 15 38 2.53 17 41 2.41 15 35 2.33 18 41 2.28 15 33 2.20 14 30 2.14 15 30 2.00 15 27 1.80 15 26 1.73
GP 15 15 17 18 15 11 15 17 15 17
ASSISTS PER GAME
1. Manny, Will-UM 2. Church, Robert-DU 3. Tyler, Bobby-UM 4. Smith, Kyle-UM McIntosh, Ben-DU 6. Belka, Ryan-DU 7. DeNapoli, Thomas-TU 8. Sturgis, Shane-PSU 9. Forster, Jack-PSU 10. Llinares, Sam-HU Goals 33 38 41 41 30 14 27 44 35 27
Assists 24 18 16 19 18 20 17 5 4 17
GP No. Avg/G 11 20 1.82 15 24 1.60 15 19 1.27 15 18 1.20 15 18 1.20 15 17 1.13 18 19 1.06 17 17 1.00 17 16 0.94 14 13 0.93
Points 57 56 57 60 48 34 44 49 39 44
Avg/G 3.80 3.73 3.35 3.33 3.20 3.09 2.93 2.88 2.60 2.59
MAN-UP SCORING PCT
2013 CAA MEN’S LACROSSE REVIEW INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS GAME-WINNING GOALS
1. McIntosh, Ben-DU 2. Dougherty, Michael-SJU Forster, Jack-PSU 4. Varn, Torin-HU Sanders, TJ-PSU Hodgson, Andrew-TU
GROUND BALLS PER GAME
1. Saputo, Nick-DU 2. Barbarich, Tyler-UD 3. Antoniades, John-HU 4. Calvello, Joe-UM 5. Henneghan, Danny-PSU
1. McIntosh, Ben-DU 2. Forster, Jack-PSU 3. DeNapoli, Thomas-TU 4. Church, Robert-DU 5. Hodgson, Andrew-TU 6. Smith, Kyle-UM Diachenko, Nick-UD 8. Sanders, TJ-PSU 9. Sturgis, Shane-PSU 10. Fleming, Colin-UM
MAN-UP GOALS PER GAME
1. Varn, Torin-HU McIntosh, Ben-DU Dobyns, Cory-TU 4. Belka, Ryan-DU Sanders, TJ-PSU
1. Kaut, Austin-PSU 2. Selva, Chris-HU 3. Oliveri, Zachary-UM 4. Wascavage, Andrew-TU 5. Keen, Dustin-SJU 6. Winkelman, Cal-DU 7. Herbert, Chris-UD
No. Avg/G 6 0.40
15 17 14 17
4 4 3 3
0.27 0.24 0.21 0.18
1. Kaut, Austin-PSU 2. Selva, Chris-HU 3. Wascavage, Andrew-TU 4. Oliveri, Zachary-UM 5. Herbert, Chris-UD 6. Keen, Dustin-SJU 7. Winkelman, Cal-DU
GP 17 14 15 18 16 11 8
GP 17 14 18 15 8 16 11
SAVES PER GAME
GP 15 15
No. Avg/G 115 7.67 84 5.60
1. Wascavage, Andrew-TU 2. Herbert, Chris-UD 3. Kaut, Austin-PSU 4. Selva, Chris-HU 5. Oliveri, Zachary-UM 6. Keen, Dustin-SJU 7. Winkelman, Cal-DU
SHOTS PER GAME
GOALS AGAINST AVG
GP 15 17
No. Avg/G 114 7.60 127 7.47
18 15 15 17 17 10
119 96 96 108 101 57
6.61 6.40 6.40 6.35 5.94 5.70
GP 14 15 16 15 17
No. Avg/G 8 0.57 8 0.53 8 0.50 7 0.47 7 0.41
GA 124 105 124 166 142 101 79
Min. GA Avg 1008:54 7.37 827:30 7.61 861:57 8.63 1067:32 9.33 875:16 9.73 622:29 9.74 451:55 10.49
1. Calvello, Joe-UM 2. Henneghan, Danny-PSU 3. Barbarich, Tyler-UD 4. Saputo, Nick-DU 5. Thomas, Deven-DU Antoniades, John-HU
Saves 194 159 241 157 93 160 107
GP 18 8 17 14 15 16 11
GP 15 17 15 15 10 14
Won 184 202 173 187 26 128
GA 124 105 166 124 79 142 101
Save Pct. .610 .602 .592 .559 .541 .530 .514
No. Avg/G 241 13.39 93 11.62 194 11.41 159 11.36 157 10.47 160 10.00 107 9.73
Lost 132 149 131 155 26 128
Pct. .582 .575 .569 .547 .500 .500
ALL-TIME ALUMNI Arthur Abbey Michael Adams William Adams Daniel Agostino Jack Alaimo Anthony Alexander Michael Allain Douglas Altmansberger Joseph Amplo Ernest Angiulo Michael Antino John Antoniades Scott Apgar Richard Aquino Paul Arena
1957 1994 1999 1980 2003 1998 2003 1996 2001 1957 1964 2013 1994 1986 1970
Gary Arnold Mark Arthus Jay Artinian Joseph Astarita William Atkins Lewis Augusta Robert Auguste Aaron Auster Philip Avillo Peter Axel John Azzariti
Richard Baer Walter Bagley Stace Balitsos Steven Banalett Joseph Barile James Barnett Joseph Barra Kevin Barry Nicholas Baudo Kevin Baudo Bruce Bauer
1982 1979 2004 1999 2007 1966 1974 1967 1963 1957 1989
1961 1980 1984 1991 2001 1974 1992 1994 1963 1993 1965
James Bauer Gary Beker Rob Bellairs David Bellia Michael Bennett Robert Bensen Robert Benson Stephen Bentz Martin Berg Christopher Bergersen Kevin Bergin Arnold Berman Clark Bernales Seth Berrin Michael Besio Herbert Bessen Teddy Betts Paul Bjorneby Hugh Blisard Edward Boccuzzi Ronald Bohlert Sean Bolger Robert Bonaguro Dennis Bonn Jake Born Richard Bouwman Richard Bowman Ian Braddish John Brais Ryan Brant Tyler Brant William Braun John Brazel Terrance Brennan Michael Brereton John Bresnan Henry Brill Mitchell Brill Timothy Brink Charles Bromm Jordan Bronstein Douglas Brosky Steven Buck Stephen Buck Carl Buehler Michael Burke Richard Burke Gary Burton Francis Busso Ciro Buttacavoli Thomas Byrne Thomas Byrne
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1985 1982 2013 1994 2004 1953 1982 2011 1980 1996 1966 1960 1990 1983 1997 1957 1977 1996 1972 1964 1996 1988 2007 1989 2009 1985 1969 2012 1994 2013 2009 1957 2005 1977 1968 1970 1967 1972 1991 1950 2006 1971 1987 1991 1981 2011 1971 1978 2003 1959 1983 1989
Matthew Cady Bruce Cahill
Thomas Calder Harold Cantilli Theodore Caplan Jay Card Peter Carew Andrew Carlson Joseph Carrello Ryan Carter Glenn Caruso Vincent Caruso Brian Casey Cullen Cassidy Michael Castro Michael Castro Raymond Cavaliere Robert Cavaliero Joseph Caven Richard Cestaro Nicholas Christakis Robert Churchill Frank Cirillo Ramar Clash Rocky Cocchiola Harvey Cohen David Cohen Allan Cohen Martin Cohn Jeffrey Cole Matthew Coleman
1975 1957 1954 2011 1962 1994 1991 2009 1969 1973 1978 2011 1986 1992 1974 1974 2009 1966 1999 2005 1965 2002 1987 1969 1992 1994 1981 1994 1997
Michael Colleluori Nicholas Colleluori Kevin Commins Ramon Conchado Dennis Condon Timothy Connors Kevin Conroy John Conroy John Considine Frank Constantino John Cooper Jonathan Cooper Christopher Cooper Peter Coots William Corbett Joseph Corcoran Tyler Corcoran Robert Cordes William Corkhill Reynold Corn Robert Corwin Frank Costantino Clifford Coughlin Mark Cox John Coyle Frank Cozart Brian Crichlow Donald Cummings Paul Cutrone
Julius D’Agostino Chris Dale Robert Dall Michael D’Amato Peter Damone Barry Danels Vincent Daniels Edward Danowski Stephen Darby Raymond Dattwyler Stephen Dauses Stuart Davis
2009 2006 1960 1964 1980 1967 1980 1987 1985 1967 1987 1989 1992 1959 1956 1982 2010 1970 1954 1955 1951 1973 1956 1992 1965 1962 2007 1965 1983
1962 2010 1955 1968 1956 1961 1991 1963 1954 1967 1970 1954
ALL-TIME ALUMNI William Dawes Thomas DeCurtis Christopher Deeks Michael Deem Paul Defendini Paul Delle Robert Demarco Robert Demarco Michael Demeo Jeffrey Dena Michael DeNapoli Steven DeNapoli Robert DeNeef Michael Denino Christopher Depaolo Robert DePasquale Robert DePoto David Depp Edward Devereaux Arthur Diamond Louis DiBlasi Donald DiBlasi Thomas Dicicco
1995 2008 1974 1997 2002 1980 1970 1972 2002 1977 2012 2011 1961 1965 1996 2005 1950 1948 1966 1978 1961 1970 1981
Gregory Fleming Frank Flocco Jason Fluger Craig Flynn Kevin Ford Brian Foresta James Forster William Fowler Paul Fowler Michael Fowler
Tom Dooley Tom Dooley Thomas Dorman Kevin Dougherty James Downing George Dragonetti Dennis Driscoll James Dubovick Vincent Dugan Brian Dunn Michael Dunne
Douglas Edmonds Jonathan Edwards William Effingham Steven Effingham Jude Ehrbar Michael Elflein Martin Enright Stephen Espey William Etherson Richard Euler
Stephen DiGiovanni Andris Dikmanis Kyle Dillon Vito Dimatteo Domenic Dinardo Raymond DiScala Francis Discala Robert Dixon Ronald Dobelstein Robert Dolphin Brian Donaghy Gerald Donaghy William Donahoe David Donatello William Donnelly Michael Dooley Scott Dooley
2012 2003 2010 2007 1995 1964 1967 1954 1969 1972 1996 2002 1977 1995 1953 1983 2004
1958 2001 2006 1997 2011 1997 1981 1974 1977 1979
John Fahey Aloysius Falussy Anthony Fama James Farrell Brian Farrell Philip Faust Gerard Fay Alex Fedoroff Brian Ferrara Joseph Ferrucci Tom Ferry John Fetzer Jeffrey Fine Edward Finegan Erik Fitez Thomas FitzGerald Sean Fitzpatrick Thomas Fitzsimons John Flaherty
2009 1970 2003 1986 1956 1990 1966 1960 1996 1997
1990 2005 1972 1976 1996 2001 1979 1979 1979 1957
1956 1987 1999 1960 2001 1981 2001 1954 2005 1999 2011 1956 1969 1966 2000 1956 1999 1987 1969
Edward Goldstein Norman Goldstein Thomas Gordon John Gorman William Gould Robert Graebe John Graham William Green Martin Greenberg Ryan Grimes William Groom Catherine Guerriere Robert Guido Andrew Gvozden
Joeseph Fowler Joseph Fowler Gunther Franz Robert Franz Richard Frazer Robert Freidah Howard Fried Jordan Fried Mark Friedman
Walton Gagel Vincent Gagliardo Dominic Gallina Joseph Gallina Timothy Gannon Robert Gannon Richard Garguilo John Garofalo Ed Gazich Marco Gazich Edward Gebhardt Rudolph Gebig Adam Gelcich Charles Gennario David Giannone John Giannoni Jacob Gidich Thomas Gill Robert Gilmartin Robert Gilmartin Giovanni Girardi Robert Gleckler
1990 1963 1967 1969 1952 1974 2013 1966
1955 1981 1999 2005 1963 1982 1996 1972 1957 1957 1976 1967 1994 1977 1992 1966 2005 2001 1961 1979 2013 2006
Connor Hagans Matthew Haines John Hall Michael Hamilton Kenneth Hammer Adam Hananel Donald Hanington Daniel Hanley Vincent Hannigan Ronald Hansen Richard Harinsky Richard Haunss Thomas Hayes Karl Hedstrom John Heins Peter Heinz William Heiser Jack Heller Greg Heller Korey Hendrickson Gregory Hennessey Andrew Henry Phillip Hersh Thomas Hess Kevin Hill John Hill John Hiller Robert Hiller Robert Hillman Brian Hogan P.J. Hogan
1954 1959 1973 2008 1972 1972 1953 1967 1960 1997 1962 2006 1976 2012
2008 2011 1995 2013 1981 2002 1963 1993 1996 1965 2000 1970 1953 1997 1959 1960 1962 1976 1991 2012 1987 1996 2005 1978 1976 1977 1965 1976 1955 2012 2010
Brian Holland Graham Horvath Tim Holman Travis Howell
Athan Iannucci Steven Iglio Takashi Ikeda Michael Infantino Tom Interlicchio Vincent Intini Steven Izzo
Kevin Jacobs Eric Jarry Peter Johnson Kevin Johnson Kevin Johnson Tyler Johnston Aaron Jones Walter Jones
Kenneth Kaiser Gregory Kalafatic Jack Kaley Jeffrey Karp James Kaspar Peter Kaspar Richard Kates Ari Katz William Kay George Kay Ryan Kelaher Lee Kellerman Francis Kelly Martin Kelly David Kennedy Thomas Kessler Robert Keys John Keysor
1993 2012 2011 2004
2006 1994 2007 2003 2010 1996 2005
1996 2008 1960 1992 1996 2013 2013 1952
1985 2004 1961 1968 1967 2007 1974 2006 1952 1966 2007 1952 1967 1990 1983 2002 1981 2007
Joe Kostolansky Josip Kostovic Aaron Kozlowski William Kramer Larry Kramer Lawrence Kramer Richard Kranzler Stanley Krause Chet Krinsky Joseph Krupinski Robert Kuhlke James Kuhner
Michael La Crosse Evan La Penna Albert Lahood William Laky Hogan Lam Renzie Lamb Michael Lambrecht William Lampe Brian Langtry Robert Lankenau Bernard Larkin Rolf Larson Michael Laudenslager
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Michael Laurano Lionel Lauture Jack Lawrence Thomas Leanos A.J. Leary Kevin Leary Alfred Lettera Richard Lewton Jamie Lincoln Robert Linker Louis Liotti Charles Lipp Gerald Lipps Joseph Lobiondo Brad Loizeaux James Lollo Robert Lombardo Thomas Lonergan George Loros Barry Lublin Ryan Lucas Sean Lucas Howard Ludecker John Lundie John Lupetin John Lynch Lawrence Lynch
2003 1998 2003 1953 1989 1998 1954 1991 1982 1958 1979 1973
1991 2002 1956 1959 1980 1959 1982 1955 1998 1956 1960 1956 1991
Vincent Macchio William Macgregor Douglas Machen William Maddock Michael Magee Michael Magro John Manning 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
1999 2005 1971 1970 2012 2012 1968 1978 2011 1978 1970 1962 1954 1987 2013 2008 1976 1982 1956 1965 2005 2010 1965 1964 1975 1972 1976
1982 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
Francis McDermott Gerard McDermott Michael McGinley Richard McGrath James McGunnigle Michael McHugh Alexander McIlwraith Daniel McMahone Ryan McPherson Thomas McShane Thomas McShane William Meddis
2003 1977 1989 2007 1962 1979 1957 1993 2008 1965 1980 1975
Keith Mekeel Keith Mekeel Richard Mekeel Garry Merkle Hanford Merritt James Merryman Ryan Mertins Kevin Metkiff James Metzger Jackson Meyers John Michielini Francis Miller Joseph Miller Ryan Miller Ray Mills Ramon Mills Adam Minella Michael Minisini Barry Minkin Robert Mino Adam Mojica Rolf Moller Joe Montemurro James Moore Rob Moore Kevin Moran John Moran Philip Mordente Stephen Morea Frank Moretti Thomas Moriarty
2003 2004 1990 1958 1973 2008 2008 1982 2012 1990 1983 1997 2007 1981 1981 1984 1987 1962 1997 2011 1954 2009 1991 2012 1994 2000 1966 1970 1958 1950
Douglas Kiernan 1973 Patrick Killikelly 1959 Saul Kimmel 1965 Mitchell Kirschbaum 1970 Eric Kitt 1977 David Knaus 1972 Robert Kobel 1985 David Koehler 1987 Cole Koesterer 2012 Walter Kohanowich 1952 Nicholas Kolb 2006 Jack Kort 1963 Christopher Korzonkiewicz 2000
ALL-TIME ALUMNI Arthur Morr Edward Morr John Morris Brett Moyer Nicholas Mucciacciaro Mark Mullen George Muller Malachy Mulligan Thomas Mulrooney Timothy Mulvihill William Munck Richard Murphy David Murphy Liam Murphy Anthony Muscarella Andrew Mustapich Brian Myers Howard 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 Ryan O’Leary John Oliva Alan Olsen Chet O’Neill Carl Orent Danny Orlando John Orsen
1951 1953 1982 2008 2000 2013 1982 1980 1970 1988 1987 1962 1987 2001 2009 1950 1981 1967
1974 1980 1959 2010 2001 2011 1997 1955
1999 1953 1973 1985 1995 2013 1971 1961 1960 1955 2009 2006
David Padgett Zachary Pall Ralph Palma Leonard Panarelli John Panarese Chris Panos L Parcher Gregory Parisi Steven Parker Robert Parrinelli Thomas Passantino Thomas Passenant 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 Dan Pezzolla Frank Pigula David Pike Ronald Pimental Armondo Polanco Nick Polanco William Pollock Eddie Poreba George Pratt Kyle Pratte Larry Price
Chris Prifte Chris Prifte Keith Prifte Steve Prifte
1965 2012 1970 2006 1965 1996 1958 1983 1972 2000 1971 2013 2006 1981 2003 1978 1987 2008 2002 2007 1961 1978 1983 1956 2010 2012 1983 2004 1987 1999 2002 1964 1982 1958 2011 1970
1979 2009 2009
David Provenzano James Pugh James Pugh
1957 1973 1974
Bob Quinlan Bruce Quinlan James Quinn Ryan 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
1983 1987 2006 2013
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
Jack Rogan Charles Rogener Jacob Rogers Chris Rogler Jacob Rooney Dennis Rosa Jordan Rosen Sylvan Rosenbaum Jeffrey Rosenberg Jason Rosenzweig Jeffrey Rosten Louis Rosten Ronald Roth Nate Roy Harry Royle Daniel Royle John Rudenauer William Ruggiero Nicholas Ruocco 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 Steve Serling Richard Sesnewicz Lee Sewell Gerard Sewell Scott Shafranek Doug Shanahan Thomas Shea Jesse Sherer
2010 1979 2000 2001 2013 1978 2009 1950 1968 2013 1980 1981 1969 2011 1970 2003 2008 1977 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 2012 1966 1973 1981 2002 2002 1971 2003
HOFSTRA 1961 1978 1982 1953 2009 1975 2006 1955 1986 2011 1972 1952 1961 1976 2009 2013
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
Vince Sombrotto 1982 Adrian Sorichetti 2013 Steven Sorrillo 2006 Steven Souhrada 1990 Edward Southard 1999 Matthew Southard 2006 Dean Spadaro 1995 Eric Spallina 1998
Richard Tamaro Joseph Taylor Lorel Teolis John Tenet Roger Testa Jared Testa Brett Tietjen Michael Tolkach James Toone Sam Toperoff John Tortora Samuel Trachtenberg James Trainor Stephen Trentacoste Timothy Treubig Peter Trizzino Nicholas Turchiano William Turley Sal Tuttle
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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 1972 1972 2006 1962 1963 1953 2012
Ross Uhlfelder Chris Unterstein Kevin Unterstein 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
1969 2006 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
James Wilkinson Ryan Willey Hayden Wilson Debra Wolther Edward Woycik Edward Wozniak Austin Wright Shane Wynn
Christopher Yeager Dennis Yeagle
Joseph Zaffuto Allen Zagoren Ronald Zoia
1981 2008 2013 1981 1977 1968 2011 2009
1980 1969 1963
Brian Zuchelli Brian Zusi
James Sheridan John Sherlock James Shirley James Shuart Tom Shuey Alexander Silenok Matthew Silver Jerry Simandl Robert Sinclair Michael Skudin Gary Smalls William Smith Richard Smith Richard Smith Ryan Smith Cody Solaja
HOFSTRA LACROSSE RECORD BOOK
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GOALS
BEST GOALS PER GAME AVERAGE, SEASON
No. 1 2 3 4 4 4
Player Michael Fowler Michael LaCrosse Athan Iannucci Tom Kessler Tom Kessler Bob Hiller
Year 1979 1989 2006 2000 2001 1974
GP 12 15 19 16 17 12
MOST GOALS, SEASON
No. Player 1 Athan Iannucci 2 Tom Kessler 3 Michael LaCrosse 4 Tom Kessler 5 Chris Unterstein 6 Jerry Simandl 7 Doug Shanahan 8 Billy Reid 9 Michael Fowler
Year 2006 2001 1989 2000 2006 1955 2001 1971 1979
GP 19 17 15 16 19 16 17 15 12
Game: 9 - Joe Masone vs. Trinity, 1953 Season: 58 - Jerry Simandl, 1955 Career: 119 - Jerry Simandl, 1952-55
MOST GOALS, CAREER
Game: 10 - Michael LaCrosse vs. Virginia, 1989 Season: 62 - Athan Iannucci, 2006 Career: 140 - Tom Kessler, 1999-2002
Goals PPG 40 3.33 49 3.27 62 3.26 48 3.00 51 3.00 36 3.00
Goals 62 51 49 48 45 44 43 41 40
No. Player 1 Tom Kessler 2 Jay Card 3 Jerry Simandl 4 Bob Hiller 5 Tom Dooley 5 Andy Carlson 7 Phil Mordente 8 Athan Iannucci 9 Doug Shanahan 10 Scott Dooley
Year 1999-2001 2008-2011 1952-1955 1973-1976 2006-2009 1991-1994 1964-1966 2004-2006 1998-2001 1999-2002
Goals 140 122 119 109 107 107 105 104 95 88
BEST ASSISTS PER GAME AVERAGE
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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 APG 52 4.73 52 3.71 58 3.63 49 3.06 42 3.00 43 2.87 40 2.86 28 2.80
Most Games Won, Season - (17) 2006 (17-2) Most Games Lost, Season - (11) 1963 (5-11); 1972 (511); 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)
HOFSTRA No. Player 1 Jerry Simandl 2 Paul Sullivan 2 Joe Masone 4 Steve Dauses 5 Phil Mordente 6 Steve Walakovits 7 Gary Rinaldi 8 Kevin Jacobs
Year 1955 1958 1953 1970 1966 1989 1991 1995
GP Assists 16 58 11 52 14 52 16 49 17 45 15 43 14 42 14 40
MOST ASSISTS, CAREER
No. Player 1 Jerry Simandl 2 Kevin Jacobs 3 Phil Mordente 4 Chris Unterstein 5 Steve Dauses 6 Scott Dooley 7 Gary Rinaldi 8 Steve Walakovits 9 Tom Kessler 10 Mike Magee 10 Phil Marino
Year Assists 1952-1955 119 1992-1995 112 1964-1966 106 2003-2006 79 1969-1970 71 1999-2002 69 1990-1991 68 1988-1989 68 1999-2002 67 1987-1989 62 1973-1975 62
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. Player Year GP Points PPG 1 Jerry Simandl 1955 16 102 6.38 2 Steve Dauses 1970 16 84 5.25 3 Brian Langtry 1998 14 72 5.14 4 Kevin Jacobs 1995 14 69 4.93 5 James Metzger 1980 10 49 4.90 6 Michael Lacrosse 1989 15 67 4.46 7 Phil Marino 1975 13 57 4.38 8 Phil Mordente 1966 17 74 4.35 9 Tom Kessler 2001 17 74 4.35 10 Michael Fowler 1979 12 52 4.33 11 Chris Unterstein 2006 19 81 4.26 12 Athan Iannucci 2006 19 80 4.21 13 Vince Sombrotto 1980 13 54 4.15 14 Rich Stoecker 1976 12 49 4.08 15 Jay Card 2010 13 53 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 G-A Pts. 16 44-58 102 16 35-49 84 19 45-36 81 19 62-18 80 17 29-45 74 17 51-23 74
Game: 36 - Joe Fowler at Navy, 1980 Season: 278 - James Toone, 1966 Career: 843 - Dave Giannone, 1987-90
MOST POINTS, CAREER No. Player 1 Jerry Simandl 2 Phil Mordente 3 Tom Kessler 4 Kevin Jacobs 5 Jay Card 6 Chris Unterstein 7 Andy Carlson 8 Scott Dooley 9 Athan Iannucci 10 Brian Foresta 10 Brian Langtry
Year Point 1952-1955 238 1964-1966 211 1999-2002 207 1992-1995 192 2008-2011 182 2003-2006 166 1991-1994 163 1999-2002 157 2004-2006 146 1987-1990 142 1995-1998 142
BEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE, SEASON
No. Player 1 Andrew Gvozden 2 Matt Southard 3 Mark Spruyt 4 Jack Alaimo 5 Danny Orlando
Year 2011 2006 1997 2002 2007
GP GAA 16 6.00 19 6.38 15 6.77 14 7.02 14 7.21
MOST SAVES, SEASON
No. Player 1 James Toone 2 Dave Giannone 3 Joe Romeo 4 Kevin Johnson 5 Kevin Barry
Year 1966 1988 1993 1996 1991
GP Saves 17 278 15 268 15 234 14 232 14 224
MOST SAVES, CAREER No. Player 1 Dave Giannone 2 Joe Zaffuto 3 Dick Vielanowitz 4 Mark Spruyt 5 Matt Southard
Year Saves 1987-1990 843 1971-1974 777 1958-1960 604 1995-1998 574 2003-2006 572
MOST ASSISTS, SEASON
Gary Rinaldi James Metzger
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MOST GOALS IN ONE GAME
10 - Michael LaCrosse vs. Virginia, 1989 8 - Dave Donatello vs. Massachusetts, 1993 8 - Owen Walsh vs. Lafayette, 1949 7 - Adrian Sorichetti vs. St. John’s, 2012 7 - Jim Femminella vs. Notre Dame, 2003 7 - Brian Langtry vs. Hartford, 1998 7 - Jerry Simandl vs. Cortland State, 1955 7 - Bruce Yancey vs. Brown, 1983 7 - Billy Reid vs. Morgan State, 1971 6 - Anthony Muscarella at Stony 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 - Torin Varn vs. Sacred Heart, 2013 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 - Kevin Ford vs. Stony Brook, 2009
5 - Jay Card vs. Sacred Heart, 2008 5 - Tom Dooley vs. Sacred Heart, 2008 5 - Anthony Muscarella vs. Towson, 2008 5 - Athan Iannucci vs. Providence*, 2006 5 - Athan Iannucci at Robert Morris, 2006 5 - Tom Dooley at Villanova, 2006 5 - Athan Iannucci vs. Brown, 2006 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
MOST ASSISTS IN ONE GAME
9 - Joseph Masone vs. Trinity, 1953 8 - Phil Mordente vs. Adelphi, 1964 8 - Paul Sullivan vs. MIT, 1958 8 - Jerry Simandl vs. Union, 1955 8 - Jerry Simandl vs. Middlebury, 1955 7 - Kevin Jacobs vs. Delaware, 1995 7 - Steve Walakovits vs. Army, 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
12 - Jerry Simandl vs. Cortland State, 1955 (7-5) 12 - Jerry Simandl vs. Union, 1955 (4-8) 11 - Kevin Jacobs vs. New Hampshire, 1995 (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 - Adrian Sorichetti vs. St. John’s, 2012 (7-3) 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 - Jerry Simandl vs. Middlebury, 1955 (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, 1993 (8-1) 9 - Gary Rinaldi vs. Lehigh, 1990 (6-3) 9 - Michael LaCrosse vs. Army, 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) 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)
HOFSTRA 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 - Torin Varn, 2013 30 - Andy Carlson, 1994 30 - Bob Hiller, 1975
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MOST ASSISTS IN ONE SEASON 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 - ç, 1965 (8) 31 - Tim Goldstein, 1985 31 - Rich Stoecker, 1976 31 - Phil Marino, 1975 (8) 30 - Joseph Masone, 1952 (7)
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)
MOST SAVES IN ONE SEASON
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 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.
MOST GOALS IN ONE SEASON
HOFSTRA ANNUAL LACROSSE LEADERS GOALS
HOFS TRA GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE
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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 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 Nicky Polanco - Elected 2013 Doug Shanahan - Elected 2013
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)
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME
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 Doug Shanahan - Class of 2013
RETIRED UNIFORMS Jerry Simandl Doug Shanahan
HOFSTRA LACROSSE ALL-AMERICANS Year Name Position 1952 Joe Masone Attack Vincent Vieten Defense Owen Walsh Midfield 1953 William Daonnolly Midfield Vincent Vieten Defense Joe Masone Attack 1954 Carl Orent Defense Albert Lahood Defense 1955 Carl Orent Defense Jerry Simandl Attack John Stranahan Midfield John Fahey Midfield Al Lahood Defense Lorel Teolis Defense Gary Boyle Attack 1956 John Stranahan Midfield Gary Boyle Attack Peter Salit Attack 1957 Marco Gazich Defense 1958 Paul Sullivan Attack Richard Vielkanowitz Goal George Wiemer Midfield 1959 Richard Vielkanowitz Goal 1960 Richard Vielkanowitz Goal Frank Cozart Attack William Heiser Defense Frank Mauro Midfield 1961 Frank Cozart Attack William Heiser Defense 1965 Ronald Hansen Defense Phil Mordente Midfield 1966 Phil Mordente Attack 1967 Frank Marcinowski Defense 1968 Frank Marcinowski Defense Mike D’Amato Attack Dick Swanson Defense 1970 Steve Dauses Attack Year Name Position 1971 John Overs Defense William Hanlon Midfield 1972 Joseph Zaffuto Goal
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 Team 1st H.M. H.M.
1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1983 1984 1985 1989 1990 1991 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
Phil Marino Midfield Joseph Zaffuto Goal Doug Nastro Attack Tom Calder Midfield Bob Rullan Defense Joseph Zaffuto Goal Tom Calder Midfield Ray Mills Defense Phil Marino Attack Bob Hiller Attack Richard Lewton Defense Kevin Huff Midfield Richard Lewton Defense Kevin Huff Midfield Richard Lewton Defense Michael Fowler Attack Vin Sombrotto Midfield Ed Wallace Defense James Metzger Attack Joseph Fowler Defense Bob Quinlan Midfield Dave McCulloch Midfield Mikko Red Arrow Midfield Dave McCulloch Midfield Ed Geiger Defense Michael LaCrosse Attack Michael Laudenslager Midfield Michael Laudenslager Midfield Dave Heumann Defense Dave Donatello Attack Michael Ricigliano Midfield Dom DiNardo Midfield Dave Heumann Defense Kevin Jacobs Midfield Anthony Alexander Midfield Blake Miller Attack Mark Spruyt Goal Mark Spruyt Goal Brian Langtry Attack Doug Shanahan Midfield Brain Spallina Midfield Kevin Warne Defense
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. 3rd H.M. 3rd 3rd H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Brian Spallina Doug Shanahan Doug Shanahan Tom Kessler Nicky Polanco Nicky Polanco Tom Kessler Paul Rao Brian Zuchelli Brett Moyer Brett Moyer Chris Unterstein Brett Moyer Athan Iannucci John Keysor Sean McCarthy John Orsen Kevin Unterstein Anthony Muscarella Jay Card Michael Colleluori Christian Scuderi Jay Card Jamie Lincoln John Antoniades Jay Card Andrew Gvozden Michael Skudin
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
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.
HOFS TRA LAURIE COX DIVISION ALL-STARS 1955 1961 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967
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
Defense Attack Midfield Defense Midfield Midfield Defense Attack Defense Attack Attack Attack Attack Midfield Defense Defense Defense
EAST COAST CONFERENCE ALL-STARS 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992
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
NORTH ATLANTIC CONFERENCE ALL-STARS 1995 1996
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
AMERICA EAST ALL-STARS 1997 Paul Judge Ryan Grimes Jarred Testa Rich Langtry Jamie Delgado Mark Spruyt 1998 Brian Langtry Doug Shanahan Kevin Warne Mark Spruyt Joe Ghedina
Midfield Defense Attack - 2nd Midfield - 2nd Defense - 2nd Goalie - 2nd Attack - 1st (MVP) Midfield - 1st (Rookie of the Year) Defense - 1st Goalie -1st Midfield - 2nd
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1999 Brad Obloj Doug Shanahan Joe Ghedina Kevin Warne Joe Amplo Mike Demeo Brian Spallina Scott Dooley 2000 Tom Kessler Joe Kostolansky Brian Spallina Mike Demeo Doug Shanahan Evan Kostewka 2001 Doug Shanahan Tom Kessler Mike Tierney Nick Polanco
Attack - 1st Midfield - 1st Midfield - 1st Defense - 1st Defense - 1st Goalie - 1st Midfield - 2nd Midfield - 2nd (Rookie) Attack - 1st Attack - 1st Midfield - 1st Goalie - 1st Midfield - 2nd Midfield - 2nd Midfield - 1st (MVP) Attack - 1st Midfield - 2nd Defense - 2nd
COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ALL-STARS 2002 Nicky Polanco Tom Kessler Scott Dooley Evan LaPenna Jack Alaimo 2003 Joe Kostolansky Mike Morrison Brian Zuchelli Brett Moyer Jim Femminella Michael Allain Matthew Southard 2004 Brett Moyer Chris Unterstein Ryan Vilar 2005 Brett Moyer Athan Iannucci Chris Unterstein Mike Unterstein Kevin Unterstein James Tuohy 2006 Chris Unterstein Brett Moyer Sean McCarthy Athan Iannucci John Keysor John Orsen Matt Southard Tom Dooley 2007 Tom Dooley Adam Swarsen Kevin Unterstein Michael Unterstein 2008 Kevin Unterstein Anthony Muscarella Jay Card Michael Unterstein Steve Prifte
Defense - 1st (Player of the Year & Defensive Player of the Year) Attack - 1st Attack - 2nd Defense - 2nd Goalie - 2nd Attack - 1st Midfield - 1st Defense - 1st Defense - 2nd (Rookie of the Year) Attack - 2nd Midfield - 2nd Goalie - 2nd Defense - 1st Attack - 1st Midfield - 2nd Defense - 1st (Defensive Player of the Year) Attack - 1st Attack - 2nd Midfield - Rookie (Rookie of the Year) Midfielder - Rookie Goalie - Rookie Attack - 1st (Player of the Year) Defense - 1st (Defensive Player of the Year) Defense - 1st Attack - 1st Midfield - 1st Midfield - 1st Goal - 1st Attack (Rookie of the Year) Attack - 2nd Defense - 2nd Midfield - 2nd Midfield - 2nd Midfield - 1st (Defensive Player of the Year) Midfield - 1st Attack - 2nd (Rookie of the Year) Midfield - 2nd Midfield - 2nd
2009 Jay Card Michael Colleluori Christian Scuderi Steven DeNapoli Steve Prifte 2010 Jay Card Brad Loizeaux Jamie Lincoln Adam Mojica Michael Skudin 2011 Michael Skudin John Antoniades Ian Braddish Jay Card Adam Mojica Steve DeNapoli Andrew Gvozden Jamie Lincoln 2012 Adrian Sorichetti John Antoniades Mark Mullen 2013 Mark Mullen Chris Selva
Attack - 1st (Player of the Year) Midfield - 1st Defense - 1st Midfield - 2nd Defense - 2nd Attack - 1st Midfield - 1st Attack - 2nd Midfield - 2nd Defense - 2nd Defense - 1st (Defensive Player of the Year) Midfield - 1st Midfield - 1st Attack - 1st Midfield - 1st Midfield - 2nd Goal - 2nd Attack - 2nd Midfield - 1st Midfield - 2nd Defense -2nd Defense - 1st Goal - 2nd
2003 Joe Kostolansky Brian Zuchelli Bryan Walker 2004 Athan Ianucci Chris Unterstein 2005 Jon Edwards Len Panarelli 2006 Athan Iannucci Tim Treubig Ryan Kelaher Matt Southard 2007 Kevin Unterstein Julian Watts 2008 Kevin Unterstein Collin Stabler Jack Vivonetto Joe Montemurro 2009 Steve DeNapoli 2011 Michael Skudin Steve DeNapoli
Attack Defense Midfield Attack Attack Defense Midfield Attack (Most Valuable Player) Midfield Defense Goal Midfield Defense Midfield (Most Valuable Player) Defense Defense Midfield Midfield Defense Midfield
COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ALL-ROOKIE TEAM 2007 Tom Interlicchio Danny Orlando Dan Stein 2008 Jay Card Steve DeNapoli 2009 Andrew Gvozden Kevin Ford 2010 John Antoniades Cody Solaja Adrian Sorichetti 2012 Tyler Begley Mike Malave Ryan Rielly 2013 Sam Llinares Brian von Bargen
Midfield Goal Attack Attack (Rookie of the Year) Midfield Goalie Attack Midfield Defense Midfield Attack Midfield Defense Attack Midfield
HOFSTRA LACROSSE AWARD WINNERS INTERNATIONAL WORLD TEAM MEMBERS
AMERICA EAST CONFERENCE SCHOLARATHLETE OF THE YEAR AWARD
Jim Dobreff - 2002 (Sweden Coach) Gerry Donaghy - 2002 (Scotland) Michael Tierney - 2002 (Ireland) Jack Kaley - 2002 (Germany Coach) Jay Card - 2008 (Canada - Under 19)
2001 Lance Yeagle Defense
F. MORRIS TOUCHSTONE AWARD WINNER
COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR AWARD
(USILA Division I Coach of the Year) 1970 - Howdy Myers 1993 - John Danowski
2003 Aaron Kozlowski 2011 Michael Skudin 2012 Andrew Gvozden
LT. RAY ENNERS AWARD WINNER
HOFSTRA NORTH-SOUTH ALL-STAR GAME COACHES
(College Lacrosse Player of the Year) Doug Shanahan - 2001
(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
USILA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE ALL-AMERICA TEAM 1998 2000 2003 2005 2005 2006 2009 2011 2012 2013
Mark Spruyt Brian Spallina Michael Allain Jon Edwards Ryan Vilar Chris Unterstein Michael Colleluori Michael Skudin Andrew Gvozden Mark Mullen
Goalie Midfield Midfield Defense Midfield Attack Midfield Defense Goalie Defense
Defense Defense Goalie
Howdy Myers - North Head Coach 1957, North Assistant Coach 1953, 1962, 1974 Harry Royle - North Assistant Coach 1984 John Danowski - North Assistant Coach 1990
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
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
CONFERENCE SPECIAL AWARD WINNERS 1988 Dave Giannone Goalie ECC 1989 Michael LaCrosse Attack ECC 1990 Michael Laudenslager Midfield ECC 1995 Kevin Jacobs Attack NAC 1996 Blake Miller Attack NAC 1998 Brian Langtry Attack AEC Doug Shanahan Midfield AEC 1999 Scott Dooley Midfield AEC 2001 Doug Shanahan Midfield AEC 2002 Nicky Polanco Defense CAA 2003 Brett Moyer Defense CAA 2005 Brett Moyer Defense CAA Mike Unterstein Midfield CAA 2006 Chris Unterstein Attack CAA Brett Moyer Defense CAA Tom Dooley Attack CAA 2008 Kevin Unterstein Defense CAA Jay Card Attack CAA 2009 Jay Card Attack CAA 2011 Michael Skudin Defense CAA
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
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 1996 - North Atlantic Conference 1997 - America East 1998 - America East 2000 - America East 2006 - Colonial Athletic Association 2008 - Colonial Athletic Association
HOFS TRA THE BENGT BARBACCIA AWARD
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 - Midfieldva 2010 - Isaac Neal - Defense 2011 - Tim Holman - Midfield 2012 - Cole Koesterer - Midfield 2013 - Jordan Fried - Attack
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 2012 - Andrew Gvozden - Goalie 2013 - Cody Solaja - Defense
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 2012 - Michael DeNapoli - Attack 2013 - John Antoniades - Midfield
USILA NORTH-SOUTH GAME ALL-STARS Year Player 1953 Vincent Vieten William Donnelly Bob Rupp 1954 Joseph Masone 1955 Carl Orent Al Lahood Jerry Simandl 1956 Gary Boyle John Stranahan 1957 Marco Gazich 1958 Paul Sullivan George Wiemer Al Vadnais 1960 Jack Kaley Richard Vielkanowitz Frank Mauro 1961 Frank Cozart William Heiser 1962 Tim Gannon Peter Trizzino Rich Schrage 1963 Phil Avillo 1966 Phil Mordente 1968 Frank Marcinowski Mike Dâ€™Amato 1970 Don DiBlasi Tom Leonas
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
Year Player 1971 Bill Hanlon 1973 Bill Reid Bob Auguste 1974 Doug Nastro Bob Rullan Chris Deeks 1975 Phil Marino Tom Calder 1976 Robert Guido 1977 Joe Taylor 1978 Kevin Huff 1979 Bob Gilmartin 1980 Ed Wallace 1983 Bob Quinlan 1984 Mikko Red Arrow 1986 Dave McCulloch 1989 Steve Walakovits Michael Magee 1990 Dave Giannone 1991 Michael Laudenslager Gary Rinaldi 1993 Michael Ricigliano Anthony Bellomo 1994 Andy Carlson 1995 Doug Altmansberger Kevin Jacobs 1996 Vince Hannigan Kevin Johnson Blake Miller 1997 Rich Langtry Ryan Grimes 1998 Mark Spruyt Brian Langtry 1999 Brad Obloj Joe Ghedina 2000 Bob Parrinelli Brian Spallina 2001 Doug Shanahan Michael Tierney 2006 first team All-Americans 2002 Tom Kessler Chris Unterstein and Brett Moyer Nicky Polanco (Game MVP) after the North-South 2003 Michael Allain Senior All-Star Game Jim Femminella
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THE JAMES C. METZGER OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE AWARD
Position Midfield Midfield Midfield Attack Defense Defense Attack (MVP) 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 (MVP) Midfield Attack Defense Midfield Attack
Awarded annually to the sophomore who best transitions from freshman year to sophomore year and performs at a high level on the field while excelling in the classroom. 2012 - Lance Yapor 2013 - Chris Selva
Year Player Position 2005 Jon Edwards Defense Ryan Vilar Midfield 2006 Brett Moyer Defense (MVP) Chris Unterstein Attack 2008 Kevin Unterstein Midfield Michael Unterstein Midfield 2009 Michael Colleluori Midfield Anthony Muscarella Midfield 2010 Christian Scuderi Defense Dan Stein Midfield 2011 Jay Card Attack Steve DeNapoli Midfield Michael Skudin Defense 2013 John Antoniades Midfield Cody Solaja Defense Adrian Sorichetti Midfield
THE STEVE CARLIN UNSUNG HERO AWARD
HOFSTRA PLAYER IN THE PROS INDOOR PLAYERS ALL-TIME PLAYERS
Tony Alexander - New York Saints Michael Burke - Edmonton Rush 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 Armondo 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 Adrian Sorichetti - Edmonton Rush Brian Spallina - New York Saints Jarred Testa - New York Saints, Washington Power Kevin Unterstein - Colorado Mammoth Michael Unterstein - Kentucky Stickhorses (NALL)
HOFS TRA ALL-TIME PLAYERS
Tony Alexander - Long Island Lizards John Antoniades - New York Lizards Joe Astarita - Long Island Lizards Rob Bonaguro - Long Island Lizards Joe Ghedina Jay Card - Long Island Lizards, Rochester Rattlers Ramar Clash - Long Island Lizards Steven DeNapoli - Chesapeake Bayhawks, Rochester Rattlers 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 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 Brett Moyer - Philadelphia Barrage Mark Mullen - New York Lizards Anthony Muscarella - Long Island Lizards John Orsen - Long Island Lizards, Chesapeake Bayhawks Armondo Polanco - Philadelphia Barrage Nicky Polanco - Bridgeport Barrage, Philadelphia Barrage, Long Island Lizards, Chesapeake Bayhawks Paul Rao - Bridgeport Barrage, Long Island Lizards Chris Rogler - Bridgeport Barrage, Philadelphia Barrage Christian Scuderi - Long Island Lizards Doug Shanahan - Bridgeport Barrage, Philadelphia Barrage, Chicago Machine, Long Island Lizards Michael Skudin - Long Island Lizards Vinnie Sombrotto - Long Island Lizards Adrian Sorichetti - Chesapeake Bayhawks Brian Spallina - Long Island Lizards, Philadelphia Barrage, Chesapeake Bayhawks Mark Spruyt - Bridgeport Barrage, John Orsen Rochester Rattlers Jarred Testa - Baltimore Bay Hawks, Denver Outlaws (Head Coach), Washington Bayhawks (Head Coach) Tim Treubig - San Francisco Dragons, New Jersey Pride 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
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NATIONAL TEAM ALUMNI
Hofstra has had 10 alumni play or coach on a United States National Team. In 2006 three former Pride lacrosse players were members of the United States National Lacrosse Team at the 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 serving as an alternate in 2002.
2006 Members of the National Lacrosse Team
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, 2012 Brett Moyer - 2003 (Under 19) 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 21-28, 2011. Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, England, Finland, Ireland and the Iroquois Nationals joined the United States in the one-week 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)
COACHING ALUMNI PROFESSIONAL
Jared Testa Washington Bayhawks (MLL), Denver Outlaws Vinny Sombrotto LI Lizards
COLLEGE Jared Testa
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 Adam Hananel
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 East Meadow
Karl Hedstrom Kevin Huff Tom Kessler Jack Kort Joe Kostolansky Aaron Kozlowski Larry Kramer Bill Laky Mike Lambrecht Brian Langtry Rich Langtry Ryan Lucas Hank Lunde Jay Lupetin Mike Magee Sean McCarthy Keith Mekeel Blake Miller Ray Mills Brad Obloj
Garden City Eastport-South Manor, Smithtown East and West, Syosset Bergen Catholic Walt Whitman Marin Catholic (CA) North Shore Severna Park (MD) Uniondale Monte Vista (CA) Cherry Creek (CO) MacArthur Oceanside Hempstead Mepham Hicksville Heritage (CO) Wantagh Greenwich, Darien Wyandanch Plainview
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
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
HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY
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Kevin Baudo Port Washington Matt Cady East Meadow Paul Defendini Farmingdale Jim Dobreff Grosse Point South, Detroit Country Day George Kay William Floyd Tommy Shuey Highland Park Phil Vangeli River Hill Brian Zuchelli Half Hollow Hills
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.
HOFSTRA LACROSSE SERIES RECORDS 1949-2013 Opponent Won-Lost Adelphi 16-14 Air Force 8-0 Army 17-37 Baltimore 10-15 Binghamton 3-0 Boston College 1-0 Bowdoin 4-0 Brown 13-11 Bucknell 3-1 CCNY 7-0 CCNY (LC) 1-0 Colgate 3-0 Cornell 1-6 Cortland State 7-0 Dartmouth 7-2 Delaware 25-12 Denison 0-1 Drexel 21-5 Duke 6-0 Fairfield 3-1 Fairleigh Dickinson 5-0 Georgetown 1-3 Gettysburg 1-0 Hartford 6-0 Harvard 11-8 Hobart 9-8 Jacksonville 1-0 Johns Hopkins 5-19 Lafayette 17-0 Lehigh 5-0 LIU-C.W. Post 15-8 Loyola 14-12 Manhasset 1-1 Manhattan 2-0 Marist 0-0 Marquette 0-0 Maryland 1-9 Maryland-Balt. Co. 3-1 Massachusetts 17-21 MIT 12-1 Michigan State 2-0 Middlebury 2-0 Milburn (LC) 3-0 Montclair State 0-2 Mt. Washington (LC) 0-7 Morgan State 2-0 Navy 6-13 New England (LC) 1-0 New Hampshire 17-2 New York Tech 5-0 North Carolina 6-5 North Carolina State 1-0 Notre Dame 8-7 Ohio State 1-0 Pennsylvania 5-13 Philadelphia (LC) 1-0 Princeton 13-13 Providence 4-0 Radford 1-0 Robert Morris 4-0 R.P.I. 7-2-1 Rutgers 14-15 Sacred Heart 12-0 St. John’s 12-3 St. Joseph’s (PA) 3-0 Siena 0-0 Stevens Tech 2-0 Stony Brook 4-2 Syracuse 4-12 Towson 24-20 Trinity 4-0 Tufts 2-0 Union 2-2 Vermont 8-0 Villanova 8-5 Virginia 4-11 Washington (MD) 9-10 Washington & Lee 15-4 Western Maryland 2-1 Williams 6-3
First Meeting Last Hofstra Win 1963 1983 - 12-6 1970 2011 - 11-6 1955 2010 - 17-2 1952 1983 - 15-6 2003 2005 - 7-5 1979 1979 - 13-6 1965 1968 - 18-6 1976 2010 -15-12 1987 1990 - 15-11 1950 1971 - 1-0 1952 1952 - 10-1 1960 2011 - 6-3 1972 2003 - 13-5 1951 1972 - 5-4 1951 2013 - 11-9 1951 2013 - 10-5 1963 None 1986 2011 -11-6 1956 2003 - 9-8 2002 2013 - 9-2 1969 1973 - 15-3 1994 1994 - 13-10 1959 1959 - 19-2 1995 2001 - 21-9 1951 2013 - 10-5 1959 1973 - 13-9 2010 2010 - 14-10 1974 2010 -14-6 1949 2007 - 9-3 1986 1990 - 22-7 1963 1990 - 14-5 1956 2004 - 9-8 1951 1952 - 14-6 2010 2011 - 13-8 2014 None 2014 None 1949 1984 - 10-7 1988 1991 - 12-8 1974 2011 - 14-5 1958 1973 - 24-3 1988 1994 - 14-5 1955 1967 - 9-2 1952 1954 - 11-1 1950 None 1953 None 1971 1972 - 10-4 1965 1999 - 15-7 1949 1949 - 7-3 1955 1997 - 10-3 1974 1978 - 23-4 1978 2006 - 6-5 1980 1980 - 17-15 1991 2013 - 8-7 1987 1987 - 15-4 1970 1976 - 10-9 1953 1953 - 12-3 1972 2011 - 11-9 1993 2006 - 14-8 1992 1992 - 17-7 2006 2009 - 11-5 1956 1965 - 15-6 1955 1999 - 15-6 2002 2013 - 14-9 1983 2012 - 14-10 2011 2013 - 13-1 2014 None 1951 1952 - 8-2 2004 2009 - 12-11 1960 2003 - 8-6 1961 2011 - 12-5 1950 1953 - 20-1 1953 1955 - 21-1 1951 1955 - 20-2 1993 2001 - 16-7 1988 2009 -10-3 1957 2001 - 15-14 (OT) 1949 1973 - 13-5 1956 1980 - 7-6 (OT) 1949 1952 - 16-0 1953 1964 - 14-7
Last Opponent 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 2013 - 7-8 (3OT) None 2012 - 9-10 (3OT) 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 None None 2010 - 8-11 1992 - 12-15 2013 - 8-9 1967 - 8-11 None None None 1951 - 4-6 1961 - 0-7 None 1985 - 9-20 None 1978 - 10-11 None 2013 - 5-14 None 2012 - 5-6 (OT) None 1987 - 5-13 None 2013 - 7-10 None None None 1961 - 4-5 1995 - 11-14 None 2013 - 6-7 None None None 2007 - 12-13 (OT) 2001 - 13-18 2013 - 6-7 None None 1954 - 6-7 None 2009 - 7-9 1992 - 5-17 1972 - 5-9 1982 - 10-19 1949 - 8-17 1965 - 5-11
YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS 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 88 121 140 151 116 168 115 117 191 196 175 135 142 141 195 143 152 129 136 161 104 118 124 145 190 107 161 147 131 125 101 138 129 126 105 123 109
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 8.8 7.8
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS (1949-2013) Coach Years Gms. Won Lost 1) John Danowski 1986-06 315 192 123 2) Howdy Myers 1950-75 359 216 139 3) Seth Tierney 2007-pres. 103 62 41 4) Harry Royle 1976-85 113 58 55 5) Al Brisotti 1949 6 2 4
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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 Seth Tierney Seth Tierney
Year Record GF GPGF 1949 2-4 38 6.3 1950 3-4 44 6.3 1951 4-7 61 5.5 1952 12-2-1 160 10.7 1953 11-3 167 12.8 1954 9-4 134 10.4 1955 14-2 247 15.4 1956 8-5-1 125 8.9 1957 8-5 118 9.1 1958 8-3 126 11.5 1959 5-7 93 7.8 1960 7-4 89 8.1 1961 7-7 112 8.0 1962 10-3 73 7.3 1963 5-11 62 3.9 1964 6-9 105 7.0 1965 9-6 142 9.5 1966 7-9-1 121 7.1 1967 7-8 117 7.8 1968 7-5-1 118 9.1 1969 8-6 125 8.9 1970 12-5 162 10.1 1971 12-4 153 10.2 1972 5-11 105 6.6 1973 12-2 176 12.6 1974 9-3 138 11.5 1975 10-3 152 11.7 1976 7-4 114 10.4 1977 7-5 105 8.8 1978 8-5 128 9.8 1979 6-6 145 12.1 1980 7-6 150 11.5 1981 3-8 92 8.4 1982 3-10 121 9.3 1983 9-5 163 11.6 1984 8-6 136 9.7 1985 3-11 147 10.5 1986 4-9 127 9.8 1987 7-9 154 9.6 1988 12-3 191 12.7 1989 11-4 204 13.6 1990 9-5 191 13.6 1991 7-7 169 12.1 1992 4-9 109 8.4 1993 10-6 168 10.5 1994 6-7 147 11.3 1995 9-5 164 11.7 1996 9-5 169 12.1 1997 9-6 115 7.7 1998 10-4 184 13.1 1999 13-3 185 11.6 2000 11-5 212 13.3 2001 10-7 229 13.5 2002 11-3 178 12.7 2003 11-6 159 9.3 2004 4-10 117 8.4 2005 8-8 138 8.6 2006 17-2 239 12.5 2007 6-8 110 7.9 2008 10-6 150 9.2 2009 11-4 142 9.3 2010 9-5 181 12.9 2011 13-3 159 9.9 2012 6-8 131 9.4 2013 7-7 121 8.6
Tied Pct. 0 .610 4 .607 0 .602 0 .513 0 .333
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
L L L W W L
Manhasset 14-6 W Harvard 4-4 T CCNY L.C. 10-1 W CCNY 6-2 W Baltimore 6-8 L Western Maryland 16-0 W Delaware 8-5 W Union 5-4 W Cortland 23-0 W Trinity 7-1 W CCNY 14-2 W Yale 4-10 L Milburn L.C. 11-7 W Stevens Tech. 8-2 W Lafayette 24-4 W
Mt. Washington L.C. 3-15 L Dartmouth 7-6 W Baltimore 4-7 L New Hampshire 14-5 W Washington 5-8 L 4/17 Rutgers 8-7 W CCNY 17-2 W Yale 10-5 W Cortland 18-2 W Delaware 19-3 W Williams 13-0 W Union 6-7 L Milburn L.C. 11-1 W
Dartmouth 6-4 W New Hampshire 6-3 W Harvard 13-7 W 4/3 Penn State 3-9 L Washington & Lee 9-6 W Duke 11-1 W Washington(MD) 14-16 L(2 OT) Yale 6-8 L Loyola(MD) 8-3 W RPI 7-7 T Williams 17-2 W 5/5 Army 4-8 L Cortland 14-3 W Baltimore 13-18 L
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 12-2-1(15th ranked)
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 9-4(11th ranked)
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 8-5-1(11th ranked)
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 3-4 CCNY 5-15 Lafayette Western Maryland Montclair Adelphi Cortland Trinity
L 14-2 W 6-3 W 4-11 L 4-14 L 4-6 L 7-1 W
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 11-3(13th ranked)
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 4-7 Montclair Delaware Washington(MD) Harvard Dartmouth Manhasset CCNY 4-5 Stevens Tech Union Trinity 11-1 Cortland Lafayette
4-6 L 3-7 L 2-10 L 3-10 L 4-7 L 3-4 L L 4-1 W 9-12 L(OT) W 5-4 W 9-6 W
Philadelphia L.C. Mt. Washington L.C. Dartmouth Washington(MD) Tufts 19-4 Delaware Yale 2-9 Union Cortland CCNY 24-1 Baltimore Trinity 20-1 Williams Milburn L.C.
12-3 W 4-17 L 4-6 L 10-4 W W 19-0 W L 20-11 W 10-2 W W 5-4 W W 4-3 W 17-4 W
Mt. Washington L.C. 7-13 L Ohio State 20-1 W Dartmouth 19-5 W Middlebury 20-1 W Tufts 21-1 W New Hampshire 12-0 W 4/9 Army 7-8 L 4/11 Penn St. 13-3 W Washington Coll. 16-2 W Yale 6-3 W Delaware 19-1 W Union 20-2 W Williams 16-1 W Baltimore 15-4 W Cortland 20-4 W 5/20 Rutgers 16-6 W
Swathmore MIT Dartmouth New Hampshire Washington & Lee Washington(MD) 4/18 Penn State 4/20 Virginia RPI 5/4 Army Loyola(MD) Baltimore Duke
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 14-2(3rd ranked)
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 8-5(13th ranked)
7-5 W 20-1 W 16-10 W 6-3 W 9-4 W 8-10 L 11-7 W 5-8 L 3-10 L 2-14 L 13-0 W 6-13 L 12-2 W
MIT 25-2 W 4/2 Harvard 16-5 W Washington & Lee 10-9 W 4/7 Penn State 13-2 W New Hampshire 7-5 W Mt. Washington L.C. 6-15 L RPI 11-7 W Washington(MD) 11-10 W 5/3 Army 1-15 L Loyola(MD) 17-3 W Baltimore 8-21 L
Hobart 6-1 W Washington & Lee 11-4 W New Hampshire 13-4 W Colgate 9-6 W Mt. Washington L.C. 1-12 L 4/16 Syracuse 9-11 L Washington(MD) 7-5 W 4/30 Army 2-11 L Baltimore 6-8 L Loyola(MD) 11-5 W RPI 14-1 W
MIT Washington & Lee 4/2 Harvard New Hampshire Loyola(MD) Baltimore 4/21 at Rutgers Williams Towson State RPI Adelphi Washington(MD) 5/19 Army
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 8-3(9th ranked)
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 7-4(14th ranked)
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 10-3(13th ranked)
New Hampshire 4-3 W 4/2 Harvard 4-5 L Washington & Lee 5-6 L Mt. Washington L.C. 4-11 L RPI 11-10 W Baltimore 1-13 L Washington(MD) 7-8 L Hobart 10-5 W Loyola(MD) 15-1 W Williams 9-15 L Gettysburg 19-2 W 5/20 Army 4-27 L
Baltimore L.C. 4-16 L Mt. Washington L.C. 8-21 L Washington & Lee 13-8 W New Hampshire 9-4 W 4/5 Harvard 6-18 L Colgate 7-4 W 4/15 at Syracuse 7-6 W Baltimore 2-20 L Washington(MD) 0-7 L 4/29 Army 2-10 L Loyola(MD) 19-2 W Towson State 14-2 W RPI 4-5 L Adelphi 17-3 W
MIT Washington & Lee 4/1 Harvard Denison Baltimore New Hampshire Washington(MD) Hobart 4/20 Rutgers 4/25 Towson State LIU-C.W. Post Loyola(MD) RPI Adelphi 5/15 Army Williams
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 5-7(14th ranked)
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 7-7(15th ranked)
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Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 5-11
8-4 W 6-3 W 4-10 L 6-4 W 8-4 W 7-9 L 10-9 W 8-2 W 12-2 W 11-2 W 7-3 W 6-5 W 0-17 L
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 6-9 Washington & Lee New Hampshire MIT 4/4 Army Adelphi 4/10 at Syracuse Hobart 4/18 at Rutgers Washington(MD) 5/13 Towson State LIU-C.W. Post Williams RPI Baltimore Loyola(MD)
4-8 L 4-2 W 7-0 W 1-8 L 10-3 W 6-12 L 7-10 L 4-12 L 6-8 L 14-1 W 4-6 L 14-7 W 11-9 W 9-12 L 4-9 L
1965 5-3 W 12-1 W 1-5 L 2-4 L 3-12 L 2-3 L 2-4 L 7-2 W 8-13 L 3-6 L 4-3 W 3-4 L 7-4 W 2-7 L 2-10 L 2-10 L
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 9-6(18th ranked)
Bowdoin 12-0 W MIT 12-3 W 4/3 Army 4-20 L New Hampshire 10-4 W 4/10 Syracuse 10-9 W Loyola(MD) 5-6 L 4/17 Rutgers 8-16 L LIU-C.W. Post 17-6 W Hobart 8-7 W Washington & Lee 1 7-11 W 5/1 Navy 2-19 L Washington(MD) 4-15 L Williams 5-11 L Adelphi 13-11 W RPI 15-6 W
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 7-9-1 3/21 Virginia Washington & Lee Bowdoin MIT 4/2 Army 4/4 Harvard New Hampshire 4/8 at Syracuse Hobart 4/16 at Rutgers Adelphi Baltimore 4/29 at Navy Loyola(MD) Washington(MD) Delaware LIU-C.W. Post
1968 6-3 W 11-3 W 11-2 W 9-8 W 3-14 L 7-14 L 11-11 T 6-10 L 5-10 L 5-15 L 10-5 W 4-8 L 2-11 L 9-7 W 9-10 L 6-9 L 10-5 W
Washington & Lee Bowdoin New Hampshire MIT 4/3 Harvard Middlebury Hobart 4/15 Rutgers 4/22 Army Adelphi 4/29 Syracuse Baltimore Washington(MD) Loyola(MD) LIU-C.W. Post
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 7-5-1 Bowdoin MIT Washington & Lee Hobart New Hampshire 4/13 at Rutgers 4/20 Army Adelphi 4/27 at Syracuse Washington(MD) Baltimore Loyola(MD) LIU-C.W. Post
1970 18-6 W 18-1 W 6-2 W 12-5 W 9-2 W 2-11 L 4-12 L 9-4 W 6-10 L 8-8 T 5-7 L 13-8 L 8-11 L
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 7-8
13-5 W 15-4 W 11-3 W 8-11 L 5-9 L 9-2 W 7-6 W 3-13 L 4-19 L 12-9 W 3-6 L 7-8 L 3-16 L 9-7 L 8-11 L
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 8-6(14th ranked) MIT Hobart New Hampshire 4/12 Rutgers Baltimore 4/19 Army Adelphi 4/26 Syracuse Fairleigh Dickinson 5/3 at Navy Washington(MD) LIU-C.W. Post CCNY Loyola(MD)
15-8 W 9-10 L 9-2 W 8-6 W 3-9 L 2-15 L 20-5 W 4-9 L 6-5 W 0-11 L 6-5 W 6-8 L 15-1 W 22-3 W
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 12-5(10th ranked) 3/21 Loyola(MD) 3/28 Pennsylvania 4/1 New Hampshire 4/4 MIT Hobart CCNY 4/11 at Rutgers 4/15 Yale 4/18 Army 4/25 Adelphi 4/29 Air Force Fairleigh Dickinson 5/2 Navy 5/6 Washington(MD) 5/9 Baltimore 5/13 LIU-C.W. Post 5/16 Virginia **forfeit
13-4 W 5-3 W 12-4 W 11-4 W 16-2 W 27-0 W 9-10 L 3-6 L 2-9 L 10-2 W 9-3 W 8-3 W 4-9 L 1-0 W** 11-3 W 16-2 W 3-14 L
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 5-11(20th ranked) 3/23 Cornell 3/25 Pennsylvania 3/28 Washington(MD) MIT Hobart LIU-C.W. Post 4/8 at Rutgers 4/8 Towson State 4/15 Army Princeton Cortland Fairleigh Dickinson Adelphi Baltimore 5/6 Navy Morgan State
3/27 at Pennsylvania 6-2 W 4/1 MIT 23-3 W 4/3 Hobart 11-7 W 4/7 CCNY 1-0 W** 4/10 Rutgers 15-3 W 4/14 Yale 9-5 W 4/17 Army 10-15 L 4/21 Washington(MD) 13-2 W 4/24 Fairleigh Dickinson 8-4 W 4/30 Morgan State 16-7 W 5/1 at Navy 5-8 L 5/8 Baltimore 9-4 W 5/12 Adelphi 7-6 W 5/15 Virginia 6-12 L 5/19 LIU-C.W. Post 12-11 W(OT) 5/22 Army(NCAA) 3-19 L **forfeit
3/24 at Pennsylvania 3/28 MIT 3/31 Hobart 4/7 Baltimore 4/11 Washington(MD) 4/14 Princeton 4/18 Army 4/21 Fairleigh Dickinson 4/28 at Navy 5/2 Towson State 5/5 Rutgers 5/12 Adelphi 5/16 Air Force 5/19 Virginia(NCAA)
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 12-4(10th ranked)
3-5 L 3-6 L 5-9 L 21-4 W 3-4 L 14-3 W 3-4 L 6-11 L 8-9 L(OT) 5-8 L 5-4 W 8-4 W 6-10 L 2-4 L 3-8 L 10-4 W
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 12-2(5th ranked)
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
W W W W W W L W W W W W W L
HOFSTRA Coach: Harry Royle Record: 7-6
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 9-3(7th ranked) 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 5/18 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 W Record: 7-4(10th ranked) W W W L W W W L W W
3/22 at Pennsylvania 3/26 Syracuse 3/29 Massachusetts 4/2 Princeton 4/5 Towson State 4/9 Washington & Lee 4/12 Army 4/19 at Navy 4/26 Adelphi 4/30 NY Tech 5/3 Rutgers 5/10 LIU-C.W. Post 5/21 Maryland(NCAA)
3/20 Pennsylvania 3/27 Massachusetts 4/3 Harvard 4/6 at Brown 4/10 Army 4/13 Washington & Lee 4/17 Navy 4/24 Adelphi 4/28 NY Tech 5/1 at Rutgers 5/8 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
Coach: Howdy Myers Record: 10-3(6th ranked)
3-18 L 15-3 W 14-10 W 17-5 W 15-10 W 14-13 W 9-8 W(OT) 10-15 L 11-8 W 13-3 W 14-10 W 10-3 W 11-19 L
3/18 Pennsylvania 3/25 Virginia 3/29 New Hampshire 4/1 Harvard 4/8 Army 4/16 North Carolina 4/19 NY Tech 4/23 Adelphi 4/26 at Massachusetts 4/29 Penn State 5/6 LIU-C.W. Post 5/13 Washington & Lee 5/17 Johns Hopkins (NCAA-QF)
3/19 at Pennsylvania 3-10 L 3/23 Dartmouth 13-6 W 3/26 Massachusetts 10-8 W 3/30 Brown 9-7 W 4/2 Harvard 14-4 W 4/6 Washington & Lee 13-9 W 4/9 at Army 2-7 L 4/16 at Navy 7-15 L 4/23 Adelphi 6-7 L 4/27 at NY Tech 16-6 W 4/30 Rutgers 5-6 L 5/4 at LIU-C.W. Post 6-3 W
3/17 Boston College 3/21 Dartmouth 3/24 Virginia 3/31 Brown 4/7 Army 4/11 Navy 4/20 Adelphi 4/25 Massachusetts 4/28 Penn State 5/2 LIU-C.W. Post 5/5 at Pennsylvania 5/9 Washington & Lee
Coach: Harry Royle Record: 7-5(13th ranked)
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Coach: Harry Royle Record: 6-6
11-12 L 11-15 L 10-11 L 10-9 W 4-8 L 10-9 W(OT) 23-4 W 14-9 W 14-11 W 14-11 W 11-7 W 12-6 W 8-20
3/15 New Hampshire 3/19 Baltimore 3/22 Virginia 3/29 at Brown 4/5 Army 4/12 at Navy 4/19 at Adelphi 4/23 at Massachusetts 4/26 Penn State 4/30 Towson State 5/3 Pennsylvania 5/9 North Carolina State 5/17 Washington & Lee
15-10 15-9 5-10 10-22 11-9 9-14 9-13 8-16 20-9 16-8 8-10
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1981 13-6 12-10 5-13 10-15 8-10 12-19 12-11 11-10 18-10 23-11 12-13 9-12
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Coach: Harry Royle Record: 3-8 3/21 Virginia 3/28 Brown 4/4 at Army 4/8 Lafayette 4/15 Maryland 4/18 Adelphi 4/22 Massachusetts 4/25 Penn State 4/29 Towson State 5/2 at Pennsylvania 5/9 Baltimore
11-18 10-7 6-10 10-3 3-10 11-16 8-14 5-10 7-14 8-10 13-4
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Coach: Harry Royle Record: 3-10
3/13 Baltimore 3/20 Virginia 3/24 Maryland 3/27 at Brown 4/3 Army 4/10 Penn State 4/14 Lafayette 4/17 Adelphi 4/21 Massachusetts 4/28 Towson State 5/1 Pennsylvania 5/6 at Rutgers 5/8 Washington & Lee
1984 10-7 W 8-16 L 12-13 L(OT) 3-9 L 6-12 L 10-16 L 10-7 W 10-17 L 10-18 L 18-10 W 8-11 L 6-13 L 10-19 L
Coach: Harry Royle Record: 8-6(11th ranked) 3/10 at Princeton 3/17 at Brown 3/24 Maryland 3/31 Army 4/4 LIU-C.W. Post 4/7 Penn State 4/11 at Lafayette 4/14 at Adelphi 4/18 at Massachusetts 4/21 Towson State 4/25 at St. John’s 4/28 Pennsylvania 5/5 at Rutgers 5/12 at Navy
13-7 W 9-8 W(OT) 10-7 W 7-11 L 10-6 W 10-11 L(OT) 16-3 W 5-6 L 5-12 L 12-8 W 13-8 W 5-6 L(OT) 7-11 L 14-13 W
Coach: John Danowski Record: 4-9 3/8 Princeton 3/15 at Brown 3/22 Maryland 3/29 Army 4/5 at Delaware 4/9 at Lafayette 4/12 at Adelphi 4/19 Towson State 4/26 Pennsylvania 4/30 Lehigh 5/3 Hobart 5/7 Drexel 5/10 LIU-C.W. Post
9-8 W 3-20 L 2-16 L 6-18 L 6-15 L 16-11 W 10-20 L 6-8 L 9-15 L 15-9 W 10-24 L 23-13 W 12-19 L
Coach: John Danowski Record: 12-3, 5-0(13th ranked)
3/12 St. John’s 14-6 W 3/19 at Bucknell 14-7 W 3/25 Michigan State 10-3 W 3/27 at Adelphi 12-13 L 4/2 at Delaware* 14-8 W 4/6 at Lafayette* 17-9 W 4/9 Syracuse 5-18 L 4/16 Towson State* 10-9 W 4/23 at Villanova 13-8 W 4/27 Lehigh* 21-13 W 4/30 Hobart 10-15 L 5/4 Drexel* 20-6 W 5/7 at UMBC 15-9 W 5/11 LIU-C.W. Post 9-8 W 5/14 Princeton 7-3 W *East Coast Conference game
Coach: Harry Royle Record: 9-5(9th ranked) 3/12 Baltimore 3/16 Navy 3/19 Brown 3/26 Maryland 4/2 at Army 4/6 LIU-C.W. Post 4/9 at Penn State 4/13 Lafayette 4/16 Adelphi 4/20 Massachusetts 4/23 Towson State 4/27 St. John’s 4/30 Pennsylvania 5/4 at Rutgers
15-6 W 14-10 W 15-11 W 7-9 L 3-9 L 8-9 L 9-3 W 25-9 W 12-6 W 10-8 W 8-9 L 12-4 W 10-11 L(OT) 15-11 W
Coach: Harry Royle Record: 3-11 3/9 at Princeton 3/16 Brown 3/23 at Maryland 3/30 at Army 4/3 at LIU-C.W. Post 4/6 at Penn State 4/10 Lafayette 4/13 Adelphi 4/17 Massachusetts 4/20 at Towson State 4/24 St. John’s 4/27 Pennsylvania 5/4 Rutgers 4/11 Navy
12-14 L 13-14 L 9-14 L 12-14 L 6-16 L 14-13 W 15-1 W 7-12 L 8-13 L 12-19 L 9-14 L 11-19 L 10-9 W 9-20 L
3/7 at Princeton 9-7 W 3/13 Duke 12-11 W 3/15 Brown 5-11 L 3/21 Maryland 1-15 L 3/25 Ohio State 15-4 W 3/28 Bucknell* 13-15 L 4/4 Delaware* 8-9 L 4/8 Lafayette* 18-6 W 4/11 Adelphi 7-15 L 4/18 at Towson State* 4-15 L 4/25 Pennsylvania 5-13 L 4/27 Air Force 12-5 W 4/29 at Lehigh* 15-11 W 5/2 at Hobart 9-21 L 5/6 at Drexel* 14-9 W 5/9 at LIU-C.W. Post 7-8 L *East Coast Conference game
3/11 Virginia 16-14 W 3/18 Bucknell 17-4 W 3/22 at St. John’s 17-11 W 3/25 Adelphi 10-15 L 3/29 Army 16-10 W 4/1 Delaware* 15-13 W 4/5 Lafayette* 20-2 W 4/8 at Syracuse 7-16 L 4/15 at Towson State* 10-9 W(4 OT) 4/22 Villanova 9-12 L 4/25 at Lehigh* 18-8 W 4/29 at Hobart 6-14 L 5/3 at Drexel* 17-7 W 5/6 UMBC 16-4 W 5/13 Princeton 10-3 W *East Coast Conference game
Coach: John Danowski Record: 7-9, 3-3
Coach: John Danowski Record: 11-4, 5-0(14th ranked)
3/10 Penn State 17-6 W 3/17 Bucknell 15-11 W 3/21 St. John’s 14-8 W 3/24 Cornell 14-15 L 3/27 at Army 13-15 L 3/31 at Delaware* 15-5 W 4/4 at Yale 5-18 L 4/7 Syracuse 9-20 L 4/14 Towson State* 11-14 L 4/25 Lehigh* 22-7 W 4/28 at Lafayette* 13-7 W 5/2 Drexel* 22-4 W 5/5 at LIU-C.W. Post 14-5 W 5/11 Princeton 7-6 W *East Coast Conference game
3/7 Rutgers 3/10 Radford 3/14 UMBC 3/21 Cornell 3/28 at Notre Dame 4/1 at Massachusetts 4/11 Towson State 4/15 St. John’s 4/18 at Virginia 4/21 Lafayette 4/24 Army 4/29 at Johns Hopkins 5/2 at Yale
Coach: John Danowski Record: 9-5, 4-1(19th ranked)
Coach: John Danowski Record: 4-9
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
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3/5 St. John’s 15-3 W 3/12 Michigan State 14-5 W 3/20 #10 Brown 10-9 W 3/23 Air Force 13-5 W 4/1 #13 Massachusetts+ 8-11 L 4/2 at #14 Brown+ 6-15 L 4/9 at #2 Loyola 10-13 L 4/16 #13 Georgetown 13-10 W 4/17 Providence 17-4 W 4/22 #20 Army 14-15 L(OT) 4/26 #6 Johns Hopkins 7-15 L 4/30 at #18 Yale 5-8 L 5/7 Rutgers 15-16 L(OT) +Fleet Classic at Brown
3/3 at #14 Towson State*^ 13-12 W 3/10 at #19 Delaware*# 19-13 W 3/13 at #8 Loyola 8-17 L 3/17 #6 Brown 7-16 L 3/22 #12 Massachusetts 15-14 W(OT) 3/30 New Hampshire* 12-6 W 4/6 at Vermont* 17-11 W 4/13 #17 Georgetown 15-16 L(OT) 4/19 #20 Army 10-14 L 4/23 #5 Johns Hopkins 9-7 W 4/27 at Drexel* 10-7 W 4/30 #20 Rutgers 12-4 W 5/5 #2 North Carolina 10-9 W 5/11 Harvard(NCAA)*** 12-15 L *North Atlantic Conference game ^at Johns Hopkins #at Loyola
Coach: John Danowski Record: 6-7(20th ranked)
Coach: John Danowski Record: 9-5, 5-0(12th ranked)
3/9 Notre Dame 10-5 W 3/16 at UMBC* 12-8 W 3/20 at St. John’s 13-12 W 3/23 at #9 Cornell 4-9 L 3/30 #20 Delaware* 9-10 L 4/3 Lafayette 24-14 W 4/6 at #8 Syracuse 10-30 L 4/13 at #9 Towson State* 8-20 L 4/20 #4 Virginia 10-18 L 4/23 at Drexel* 21-11 W 4/27 at #11 Army 14-13 W(OT) 5/1 #7 Johns Hopkins 11-20 L 5/4 #15 Yale 12-10 W 5/11 at #4 Princeton 11-15 L
3/7 Notre Dame 8-9 L 3/21 Vermont 12-10 W 3/28 Providence 19-6 W 4/3 #10 Massachusetts 16-8 W 4/4 Harvard 12-7 W 4/9 #5 Loyola(MD) 13-12 W 4/14 at St. John’s 9-8 W 4/17 #5 Virginia 7-6 W(OT) 4/21 Lafayette 21-3 W 4/24 at #12 Army 11-10 W 4/28 #4 Johns Hopkins 5-11 L 5/1 #20 Yale 6-9 L 5/4 at #16 Rutgers 6-16 L 5/8 #2 Princeton 6-9 L 5/15 Massachusetts (NCAA) 9-8 W 5/22 at Syracuse (NCAA-QF) 8-20 L
3/11 #17 Delaware* 15-6 W 3/18 #8 Brown 10-9 W(OT) 3/25 Vermont* 11-10 W 3/31 #13 Massachusetts 5-11 L 4/2 New Hampshire* 21-9 W 4/7 #6 Loyola 7-15 L 4/11 at Hartford* 10-5 W 4/12 at St. John’s 19-3 W 4/15 at #12 Georgetown 6-17 L 4/21 at Army 12-8 W 4/25 #1 Johns Hopkins 11-15 L 4/29 Yale 10-9 W 5/2 Drexel* 16-5 W 5/6 at #19 Rutgers 11-14 L *North Atlantic Conference game
3/1 #10 Towson State* 13-10 W 3/8 Delaware* 12-7 W 3/15 #9 Brown 9-4 W 3/22 #15 Massachusetts 7-6 W(2 OT) 3/29 at New Hampshire*^ 10-3 W 4/4 at #13 Notre Dame 9-10 L 4/6 Vermont* 7-6 W 4/8 at #14 Hartford* 7-2 W 4/12 at #6 Georgetown 5-18 L 4/19 at Army 2-6 L 4/22 #4 Johns Hopkins 5-8 L 4/25 Drexel* 16-4 W 4/29 at Rutgers 5-4 W 5/3 #16 North Carolina 4-10 L 5/10 Massachusetts (NCAA)** 4-6 L *America East game ^at Holy Cross **at Army
Coach: John Danowski Record: 7-7, 2-2(16th ranked)
Coach: John Danowski Record: 10-6(11th ranked)
2014 Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse
Coach: John Danowski Record: 9-5, 5-0(17th ranked)
Coach: John Danowski Record: 9-6, 6-0(12th ranked)
Coach: John Danowski Record: 10-4, 5-0(12th 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
6-8 L 13-11 W 18-2 W 20-11 W 6-7 L 22-8 W 15-11 W 22-5 W 9-8 W 13-9 W 10-16 L 13-5 W 13-9 W 4-8 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-QF) *America East game ^at Navy **at Brown
Coach: John Danowski Record: 11-5, 4-1(10th ranked) 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
10-7 W 12-16 L 6-12 L 8-11 L 8-7 W 21-4 W 12-8 W 17-5 W 7-8 L 18-11 W 13-6 W 18-10 W 20-12 W 18-10 W 14-4 W 12-14
Coach: John Danowski Record: 10-7, 4-1(11th ranked)
2/23 at #12 Massachusetts 12-11 W(OT) 3/2 #8 Loyola* 7-8 L 3/5 Villanova* 12-5 W 3/9 #2 Johns Hopkins 8-9 L 3/16 at #8 Princeton 4-12 L 3/19 Fairfield 11-8 W 3/23 at #18 Notre Dame 15-5 W 3/26 at Drexel* 18-10 W 3/30 Army 16-9 W 4/6 at #14 Towson* 13-7 W 4/13 at Delaware* 17-5 W 4/19 Sacred Heart 19-5 W 4/26 #7 Duke 14-6 W 5/1 #12 North Carolina 12-7 W *Colonial Athletic Association game
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: 11-3, 5-1(6th ranked)
4-10 L 7-13 L 11-9 W 19-5 W 8-7 W 15-6 W 10-9 W 9-6 W 14-4 W 8-7 W 16-9 W 18-7 W 15-6 W 9-8 W(OT) 15-7 W 7-11
2/24 #19 Massachusetts 13-17 L 3/3 at #8 Loyola 12-17 L 3/10 at #8 Johns Hopkins 6-7 L 3/17 #2 Princeton 5-10 L 3/24 #2 Notre Dame 11-10 W(OT) 3/28 Air Force 22-8 W 3/31 Hartford*^ 21-9 W 4/4 Drexel* 18-7 W 4/7 #11 Towson* 12-16 L 4/10 at Army 17-9 W 4/14 Delaware* 11-10 W 4/21 at Vermont* 16-7 W 4/28 #9 Duke 15-10 W 5/2 Delaware# 11-8 W 5/5 at #9 Towson# 11-13 L 5/13 #8 Virginia(NCAA)! 15-14 W(OT) L 5/19 #1 Syracuse (NCAA-QF)$ 13-18 L *America East game ^at Springfield, Massachusetts #America East Tournament !at West Point, New York $at Hofstra Stadium
Coach: John Danowski Record: 4-10, 2-3
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3/1 at #12 Loyola 4-10 L 3/4 Binghamton 15-5 W 3/8 #14 Cornell 13-5 W 3/15 #7 Princeton 5-18 L 3/21 #11 Notre Dame 9-8 W 3/23 #6 Massachusetts 7-14 L 3/26 at Army 12-11 W 3/29 Drexel* 14-8 W 4/4 at #13 Towson* 8-15 L 4/11 Delaware* 11-9 W 4/17 #7 Syracuse 8-6 W 4/19 at Sacred Heart* 9-8 W(OT) 4/23 Villanova* 9-5 W 4/26 #11 Duke 9-8 W 4/30 Villanova# 9-6 W 5/3 at #11 Towson# 11-16 L 5/11 at #5 Massachusetts (NCAA) 6-9 L *Colonial Athletic Association game #CAA Tournament
2/26 #15 Massachusetts 7-12 L 3/5 at #20 Brown 2-10 L 3/12 at #1 Johns Hopkins 5-11 L 3/16 #15 North Carolina 12-8 W 3/19 #11 Princeton 9-8 W 3/21 Binghamton 7-5 W 3/26 #9 Notre Dame 8-9 L(2 OT) 3/29 at #5 Army 10-11 L 4/1 Villanova* 5-11 L 4/6 at Sacred Heart* 14-10 W 4/9 at #17 Delaware* 13-3 W 4/15 Drexel* 11-5 W 4/23 at #14 Towson* 6-10 L 4/26 #17 Stony Brook 13-5 W 4/30 Harvard 11-5 W 5/4 at #16 Delaware# 5-8 L *Colonial Athletic Association game #CAA Tournament game
Coach: John Danowski Record: 11-6, 4-1(10th ranked)
Coach: John Danowski Record: 8-8, 3-2(20th ranked)
HOFSTRA Coach: John Danowski Record: 17-2, 6-0(2nd ranked)
Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 10-6, 5-1 CAA L (16th ranked)
2/26 at #9 Massachusetts 7-11 3/4 Brown 14-4 W 3/11 #11 Johns Hopkins 11-6 W 3/15 North Carolina 6-5 W 3/18 at #6 Princeton 9-5 W 3/25 #11 Notre Dame 13-5 W 3/28 #20 Army 11-6 W 3/31 #12 Towson* 10-9 W(OT) 4/5 Sacred Heart* 19-8 W 4/8 at Villanova* 13-4 W 4/12 at Robert Morris* 21-2 W 4/14 Delaware* 12-10 W 4/22 at Drexel* 12-4 W 4/25 at #19 Stony Brook 18-8 W 4/29 #16 Harvard 13-6 W 5/3 Villanova# 14-7 W 5/6 #19 Delaware# 12-6 W 5/14 Providence (NCAA1) 14-8 W 5/20 Massachusetts (NCAA-QF) 10-11 L(OT) *Colonial Athletic Association game #CAA Tournament game NCAA1-Opening round at Hofstra NCAA-QF-Quarterfinal at Stony Brook
2/23 at Massachusetts 4-8 3/1 Brown 7-6 3/8 #1 Johns Hopkins 8-7 3/15 at #13 Princeton 6-11 3/21 Towson* 13-8 3/25 #16 Army 7-8 3/29 at #11 Drexel* 8-9 4/5 Sacred Heart* 20-3 4/9 at Villanova* 7-6 4/12 Delaware* 11-8 4/19 at #13 North Carolina 9-13 4/22 at Stony Brook 14-13 4/26 at Robert Morris* 13-12 4/30 Delaware% 9-7 5/3 at #11 Drexel& 10-9 5/11 at #4 Johns Hopkins (NCAA1) 4-10 *CAA game %CAA Semifinals &CAA Championship NCAA1-Opening Round at Johns Hopkins
Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 9-5, 2-3 (
2/27 at #9 Princeton 14-17 L 3/6 #19 Brown 15-12 W 3/13 #7 Johns Hopkins 14-6 W 3/20 Sacred Heart* 14-6 W 3/23 at St. John’s 13-4 W 3/27 at #18 Massachusetts* 9-11 L 3/30 Army 17-2 W 4/3 at #11 Drexel* 11-13 L 4/6 Manhattan 18-2 W 4/10 Delaware* + 12-11 W 4/17 at Penn State* 10-11 L(OT) 4/24 Jacksonville 14-10 W 5/1 #11 Towson* 12-10 W 5/15 at #3 Maryland (NCAA1) 8-11 L *Colonial Athletic Association game #CAA Tournament game L NCAA1-Opening round at Maryland
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Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 13-3, 5-1 (13th ranked)
2/24 #9 Massachusetts 8-6 W 3/3 at Brown 6-7 L 3/10 at #5 Johns Hopkins 8-9 L 3/18 #12 Princeton 4-5 L 3/24 at #14 Delaware* 5-6 L 3/27 at #9 Army 5-3 W 3/30 Villanova* 8-9 L 4/7 Robert Morris* 14-5 W 4/11 at Sacred Heart* 10-8 W 4/14 at #14 Towson* 9-8 W(OT) 4/20 Lafayette 9-3 W 4/24 Stony Brook 12-13 L(OT) 4/28 #17 Drexel* 7-8 L 5/2 at #14 Towson# 5-11 L *Colonial Athletic Association game #CAA Tournament game
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
Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 6-8, 3-3
Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 11-4, 6-0 (10th ranked)
2014 Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse
2/15 Colgate 6-3 2/19 at Sacred Heart 10-6 2/26 #8 Princeton 11-9 3/5 Harvard 15-9 3/13 Air Force 11-6 3/19 at Delaware* 6-7 3/22 St. John’s 8-5 3/26 Drexel* 11-6 4/2 at Towson* 12-5 4/5 Manhattan 13-8 4/9 at St. Joseph’s* 11-3 4/16 at Fairfield 8-7 4/23 #15 Massachusetts*+ 14-5 4/30 #20 Penn State* 9-4 5/4 Delaware# 9-10 5/14 at Johns Hopkins (NCAA1) 5-12 *Colonial Athletic Association game +ESPNU Warrior Classic at UConn #CAA Tournament game NCAA1-Opening round at JHU
Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 6-8, 2-4
2/18 Sacred Heart 11-9 W 2/25 at Princeton 6-12 L 2/28 #20 Fairfield 9-10 L(3OT) 3/3 at Harvard 7-6 W 3/10 #7 Notre Dame 5-6 L(OT) 3/17 #20 Delaware* 13-5 W 3/20 St. John’s 14-10 W 3/24 at Drexel* 5-6 L 3/31 Towson* 9-10 L(2OT) 4/3 Dartmouth 9-5 W 4/7 St. Joseph’s* 13-9 W 4/14 #8 North Carolina+ 9-12 L 4/21 at #1 Massachusetts* 13-14 L 4/28 at #14 Penn State* 8-9 L(2OT) *Colonial Athletic Association game +ESPNU Warrior Classic at Charlotte, NC
Coach: Seth Tierney Record: 7-7, 2-4
2/16 Sacred Heart 14-9 W 2/23 #13 Princeton 7-10 L 2/26 at #13 Fairfield 9-2 W 3/2 Harvard 10-5 W 3/9 at #2 Notre Dame 8-7 W 3/16 at Delaware* 10-5 W 3/19 at St. John’s 6-7 L 3/23 #19 Drexel* 7-8 L(3OT) 3/26 Dartmouth 11-9 W 3/30 at Towson* 6-7 L 4/6 vs. St. Joseph’s*+ 13-1 W 4/13 #3 North Carolina 5-14 L 4/20 Massachusetts* 8-9 L 4/27 #8 Penn State* 7-16 L *Colonial Athletic Association game + at HEADStrong Foundation Relentless L Cup, Ridley, PA
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2014 MEDIA INFORMATION The Hofstra University Office of Athletic Communications welcomes the members of the media covering the 2014 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. Stephen Gorchov Associate Director of Athletics for Communications 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 Stephen Gorchov Associate Director of Athletics for Communications
Len Skoros Director of Athletic Publications
Jim Sheehan Senior Sports Information Director/ Lacrosse Contact
Brian Bohl Senior Assistant Director of Athletic
Press Parking: Media parking passes should be requested at the same time press box/sideline passes are requested. The ReservedMedia 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: 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. Game Services: 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 and in the interview room (theater) 20 minutes after each game. Telephones: Hofstra University provides numerous telephones for use by the media in the press box. Please indicate your telephone needs when you request your credentials.
About Your Host: Jim Sheehan is in his 34th year in the sports public relations profession and in his 26th 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 (21). The Sheehan family resides in Middle Village, New York. Press Box: 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. Spouses, dates and non-workers are not permitted in the press box. Wireless Internet: The James. M. Shuart Stadium Press Box is equipped with high-speed wireless Internet access. To access the wireless network, select HU Events and request the password from an Athletic Communications staff member.
Credentials: All members of the press should contact the Office of Athletic 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.
Radio: The Hofstra Office of Athletic Communications will provide a touch-tone 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. Postgame Interviews: 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. Player Interviews: 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. Inperson 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 GoHofstra.com for the latest information on Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse or any of the University’s 17 athletic teams.
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Map Legend Adams Hall............................................................................ 25 Adams Playhouse ................................................................. 12 Admission Center/Bernon Hall ............................................ 27 Au Bon Pain .......................................................................... 18 Axinn Hall (Law) .................................................................... 66 Axinn Library........................................................................... 3 Barnard Hall .......................................................................... 10 Berliner Hall .......................................................................... 61 Bird Sanctuary....................................................................... 76 Breslin Hall ............................................................................ 23 Brower Hall ........................................................................... 11 Bubble ................................................................................... 78 Butler Annex ......................................................................... 65 CafĂŠ on the Quad................................................................. 15 Calkins Hall ........................................................................... 14 Career Center/M. Robert Lowe Hall ................................... 64 C.V. Starr Hall........................................................................ 60 Davison Hall ............................................................................ 8 Field Hockey Stadium .......................................................... 77 Fitness Center, David S. Mack ............................................. 47 Gittleson Hall ........................................................................ 63 Hagedorn Hall ...................................................................... 55 Hauser Hall ............................................................................. 2 Health and Wellness Center ................................................ 42 Heger Hall ............................................................................... 4 Herbert School of Communication...................................... 20
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Hofstra Dome ....................................................................... 48 Hofstra Hall ............................................................................. 7 Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine at Hofstra University ......................................................... 50 Hofstra University Museum ................................................... 9 Hof USA ................................................................................ 40 Human Resources Center .................................................... 52 Kushner Hall.......................................................................... 22 Library Technical Services and Resource Center .................. 3 Lowe Hall ................................................................................ 9 Margiotta Hall ....................................................................... 57 Mason Hall/Gallon Wing ........................................................ 5 Maurice A. Deane School of Law ....................................... 21 McEwen Hall ......................................................................... 17 Memorial Hall ......................................................................... 1 Monroe Lecture Center........................................................ 62 New Academic Building ....................................................... 73 Pedestrian Bridges ......................................................... 69, 70 Phillips Hall.............................................................................. 6 Physical Education Center, David S. Mack/Swim Center ... 49 Physical Plant ........................................................................ 59 Public Safety and Information Center, David S. Mack .......... 54 Roosevelt Hall ....................................................................... 19 Saltzman Community Services Center ................................ 28 Shapiro Alumni House.......................................................... 58 Soccer Stadium ..................................................................... 71 Softball Stadium ................................................................... 75 Spiegel Theater .................................................................... 13
Sports and Exhibition Complex, David S. Mack ................. 51 Stadium, James M. Shuart ................................................... 56 Student Center, Sondra and David S. Mack ....................... 31 Tennis Courts ........................................................................ 24 Unispan ................................................................................. 30 University Club/Mack Hall.................................................... 53 University College Hall/Skodnek Business Development Center ....................................................... 43 University Field ..................................................................... 72 Weed Hall ............................................................................. 26 Weller Hall............................................................................. 16 West Library Wing ................................................................ 29
Residence Halls Alliance Hall .......................................................................... 34 Bill of Rights Hall .................................................................. 35 Colonial Square .................................................................... 46 Constitution Hall................................................................... 36 Enterprise Hall ...................................................................... 39 Estabrook Hall ...................................................................... 37 Graduate Residence Hall ..................................................... 74 Liberty Hall............................................................................ 41 Nassau Hall ........................................................................... 44 Republic Hall ......................................................................... 42 Stuyvesant Hall ..................................................................... 32 Suffolk Hall ............................................................................ 45 The Netherlands ................................................................... 33 Vander Poel Hall ................................................................... 38
PRIDE LACROSSE TRAVELS TO JAPAN The men’s lacrosse team traveled to Japan to compete in the International Lacrosse Friendship Games in Tokyo from May 30-June 7, 2012. Hofstra played five games, including an 11-10 win over the Japanese National Team, and conducted a lacrosse clinic for more than 200 budding lacrosse players during the tour. The trip was made possible through the support of Drs. Arno and Mindy Fried, the parents of Pride senior Jordan Fried. A copy of the game program cover from the International Friendship Games
Hofstra Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Seth Tierney and the Pride team prepare to give a two-hour lacrosse clinic for approximately 200 teenagers at Rinkai Field.in Edogawa City.
Hofstra junior lacrosse player Adrian Sorichetti poses with a Sumo wrestler during the Pride’s tour of Japan for the International Friendship Games.
The Pride Men’s Lacrosse team poses with their guides/ friends from Keio University in front of the outdoor bronze statue of Amida Buddha in Kamakura during their trip to Japan for the International Friendship Games.
A touch of home as the Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse Team visits Tokyo Disney during their tour of Japan for the International Friendship Games in Tokyo
The Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse team visits an ancient temple in Kamakura during the Pride’s tour of Japan for the International Friendship Games.
Hofstra Lacrosse players Lance Yapor and Steve Serling present gifts to the Honorable Masami Tada, Mayor of Edogawa City, and Japan Lacrosse Association President Hiroshi Kimura at the Welcome Reception.
Hofstra Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Seth Tierney with former Johns Hopkins teammate, Japan Lacrosse Association Director and International Friendship Games organizer Yusuke Sasaki.
Junior Jordan Fried leads the Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse team in the post-game handshake line with the National Team of Japan following the Pride’s 11-10 victory in the International Friendship Games. Hofstra junior lacrosse players Michael Hamilton and Drew Coholan enjoy a meal while staying with one of the host families in Tokyo for the International
Hofstra senior lacrosse player Mike DeNapoli receives the Most Valuable Player Award after scoring three goals, including the game-winner, in the contest against the National Team of Japan in the International Friendship Games.
The Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse Team poses for a photo following the Pride’s 11-10 victory over the National Team of Japan in the International Friendship Games in Tokyo.
Hofstra Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Seth Tierney speaks and thanks the Honorable Masami Tada Mayor of Edogawa City and the Japan Lacrosse Association at a Welcome Reception hosted by the JLA and the host families at the Edogawa City Civic
A ticket to the International Lacrosse Friendship Games
The Hofstra Men’s Lacrosse team poses for a group photo at the Welcome Reception in Edogawa City, Japan.
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HOFSTRA ATHLETIC HIGHLIGHTS
Shante Evans graduated as the all-time leading scorer and rebounder in women’s basketball program history, and had her jersey retired on Senior Day
Sophomore forward Leah Galton was the 2013 CAA Women’s Soccer Player of the Year
Junior outside hitter Kelsie Wills led the Pride in kills and was a First Team All-CAA selection
Senior midfielder Chris Griebsch earned the 2013 CAA Men’s Soccer Player of the Year Award
Academic All-American Steve Bonanno was the CAA Champion at 125 pounds and advanced to his fourth NCAA Championship in 2013
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Olivia Galati earned her second consecutive All-America selection in 2013 while also garnering her fourth CAA Pitcher of the Year Award as well as an Academic All-America selection
Joe Burg was a finalist for a Rhodes Scholarship in 2012 and earned Academic All-America accolades in 2013
JIM GARVEY/NORM MURRY
In 2013 Hofstra Lacrosse lost two members of the Pride family in former Director of Athletics Jim Garvey and long-time public address announcer Norm Murray. Garvey, who passed away February 5, served as Hofstra’s Director of Athletics from 1987 until his retirement in 1997. Under his watch, Hofstra Athletics experienced a tremendous growth period that saw women’s soccer (1992) added as an intercollegiate sport, the move from Division I Independent status into the North Atlantic Conference in 1994 and numerous NCAA appearances by Hofstra teams. The Garvey family (pictured on the right) created the James V. Garvey Memorial Scholarship in his honor. The scholarship will be presented annually to a deserving studentathlete from the men’s lacrosse program. Murray, who passed away June 26, was a fixture at James M. Shuart Stadium, where his distinctive baritone voice greeted fans at many Hofstra and high school athletic events. He was the public address announcer for many of Hofstra’s most historic victories and also worked games at Mitchel Athletic Complex since it’s opening in 1984. Hofstra had dedicated the public address booth in his honor in 2000.
The Garvey Family presents a check for $7,000 for the James M. Garvey Memorial Scholarship
Jim Garvey (right) and former Director of Sports Facilities Larry Bloom
Norm Murray Norm Murray Corner is located in the press box of James M. Shuart Stadium
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2014 HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY MEN’S LACROSSE SCHEDULE FEBRUARY 15 Sat. Marquette 22 Sat. at Princeton 25 Tue. Fairfield* MARCH 1 Sat. Georgetown 8 Sat. Ohio State 15 Sat. Delaware* 18 Tue. at St. John’s 22 Sat. at Drexel* 29 Sat. Towson*
12 p.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m.
12 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m.
APRIL 5 Sat. Siena 8 Tue. Marist 12 Sat. Cornell 19 Sat. at Massachusetts* 26 Sat. at Penn State*
7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 12 p.m.
MAY Colonial Athletic Association Championship (at highest seed) 2 Fri. Semifinals TBA 4 Sun. Championship Game TBA *Colonial Athletic Association Game Home games in bold. Dates and times subject to change.