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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY TABLE OF CONTENTS/MEDIA INFORMATION................................................2 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION..........................................3 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE..........................................................................4

Senior captain Sean McChesney leads the Tigers into the 2005 season with one goal in mind...the ODAC CHAMPIONSHIP.

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Quick Facts

Table of Contents and Media Information Contents

2005 Schedule..........................................................................IFC Media Information .......................................................................2 H-SC Staff.....................................................................................3 Hampden-Sydney College............................................................4 Team Roster .................................................................................6 2005 Preview.............................................................................7-8 Head Coach Ray Rostan .........................................................9-10 Coach Rostan & Martin..............................................................11 Coach Lynch / Training Staff .....................................................12 Senior Profiles.......................................................................14-18 Player Profiles .......................................................................19-26 Records ......................................................................................28 Lacrosse All-Americans.............................................................29 Some of the Finest in the Country...............................................30 All-ODAC/Coaching Records ...................................................31 Lacrosse Alumni ...................................................................32-33 2004 Statistics and Results ........................................................34 H-SC Hall of Fame ....................................................................35 2005 Lacrosse Camps ................................................................36 Where To Find Us ................................................................... IBC

Location .......................................... Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943 Founded..................................................................................1775 Enrollment.............................................................................1,026 Colors..................................................................... Garnet & Grey Conference ............................................... Old Dominion Athletic Affiliation........................................................NCAA Division III Nickname .............................................................................Tigers President.................................................... Dr. Walter M. Bortz III Athletic Director ............................................................ Joe Bush Lacrosse Athletic Trainer...........................................Lexi Boswell Athletic Department Address........................................... Box 698 Athletic Department Phone................................... (434) 223-6151 Athletic Department Fax....................................... (434) 223-6348 Overnight Address .................................1 Kirby Fieldhouse Road Internet Address ......................................... www.hsc.edu/athletics Sports Information Director............................. Donnie Turlington SID Phone ............................................................. (434) 223-6156 SID E-mail ................................................... dturlington@hsc.edu Assistant Sports Information Director.........................Dave Burns Asst. SID Phone.....................................................(434) 223-6168 Asst. SID E-Mail..................................................dburns@hsc.edu Head Lacrosse Coach.................................................. Ray Rostan Office Phone.......................................................... (434) 223-6158 Head Coach E-Mail.............................................rrostan@hsc.edu Assistant Lacrosse Coaches ......................................... Jay Rostan Mike Lynch, Ryan Martin, and Walt Casebolt Office Phone.......................................................... (434) 223-6366 Home Field.....................................................Fulton Field (2,500) All-Time Lacrosse Record .............................. 236-161 (29 years) Website:...................................................... www.hsc.edu/athletics

Media Outlets

Print Phone Associated Press.................................................... (800) 552-9935 Richmond Times Dispatch........................... (800) 488-1885x6554 Farmville Herald................................................... (804) 392-3138 Lynchburg News & Advance ................................. (434) 385-5554 Newport News Daily Press.................................... (757) 247-4637 Norfolk Virginian Pilot.......................................... (757) 446-2366 Roanoke Times ...................................................... (540) 981-3221 Radio WFLO ................................................................... (434) 392-4195 WSVS ................................................................... (434) 392-3377 Television WRIC-8 (Richmond) ............................................ (804) 330-8829 WTVR-6 (Richmond) ........................................... (804) 254-3639 WWBT-12 (Richmond)......................................... (804) 230-2612 WSET-13 (Lynchburg).......................................... (434) 528-1313 WDBJ-7 (Roanoke) .............................................. (540) 985-3623 WSLS-10 (Roanoke)......................................... (540) 981-9110x4

Senior Captain Ryan Fassnacht enters the 2005 season as one of the top face-off men in the ODAC.

Credits

The 2005 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse Media Guide is a publication of the Hampden-Sydney Sports Information Department. Written, edited and designed by Assistant Sports Information Director Dave Burns. Cover designed by Hampden-Sydney College publications designer, Todd Nolley. Photography by Gary Brittain, H-SC lacrosse parents, Courtney Turlington, and Donnie Turlington.

About the H-SC Lacrosse Media Guide

The 2005 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse media guide is designed to assist the media in its coverage of Hampden-Sydney lacrosse. It also is intended to be used by fans and prospective Hampden-Sydney students. If you desire additional information on lacrosse or other H-SC athletic programs, please feel free to contact the Hampden-Sydney College Sports Information Office, or log on to www.hsc.edu/athletics/lacrosse.

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Hampden-Sydney College Administration

Dr. Walter M. BORTZ III President

Joe BUSH Athletics Director

Walter M. Bortz III became the twenty-third president of Hampden-Sydney College in July of 2000. Dr. Bortz has guided the College to record levels of enrollment and fund raising during his tenure, and has spearheaded the effort to draft a new long range plan incorporating a master plan for a new library and a fine arts center, among other renovations and improvements to the campus. President Bortz is widely involved in the leadership of higher education organizations in the Commonwealth and beyond. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Council of Independent Colleges in Virginia, a trustee of the Virginia Foundation of Independent Colleges, the head of the President’s Council for the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, and serves on the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Universities. He also is active in the Council of Independent Colleges.

Joe Bush has been an integral part of the Hampden-Sydney athletic department since he began as the head football coach in 1986, adding the further responsibility of athletic director in 1992. In 1996 he stepped down from his coaching post to dedicate his fulltime efforts to his duties as athletic director. In eleven seasons as the Hampden-Sydney football coach, Bush recorded a winning percentage of nearly .600. He twice earned ODAC Coach of the Year honors, including 1987 when the Tigers won the ODAC Championship. In addition to the on-field accomplishments by his teams, Bush coached four players who earned Academic All-America recognition. He also served as H-SC’s tennis coach from 1989 to 1992 and in 1991 was named the ODAC Tennis Coach of the Year. Bush served a two-year term as President-Elect of the ODAC from 2000 through 2002. In addition, he has served as Hampden-Sydney’s golf coach over the past three years. In 1998 he served as the Chair of the NCAA Division III Football Committee. He was responsible for all aspects of the NCAA Division III National Football Championship. Before his arrival on the Hampden-Sydney campus, Bush served as head football coach at Bridgewater for a year and as an assistant at Virginia Military Institute for 15 seasons. A three-year starter for VMI in both football and baseball, Bush is a member of VMI’s Sports Hall of Fame. As a senior, Bush was co-captain of the football team, SecondTeam All-Southern Conference and voted the “Outstanding College Lineman in Virginia” by the Roanoke Sports Club. Bush received his undergraduate degree in civil engineering from Virginia Military Institute. He served three years in the United States Army, attaining the rank of captain. His military assignments included serving as battery commander of a guided missle unit in Korea and service in Germany. Bush is a member of the American Football Coaches Association and the College Presbyterian Church. He and his wife, Katherine, are the parents of two children, Katrina and Joseph, and have a grandson, Charlie and a granddaughter Lauren.

President Bortz has also served on the Board of Trustees of the Kiski School, a private secondary institution in Pennsylvania; Mount Vernon College, a women’s college in Washington, DC, and he is a member of the Board of Trustees of Bethany College in West Virginia. Dr. Bortz enjoyed a wide-ranging career in higher education administration in both large and small, public and private, institutions for thirty-three years before assuming his position at Hampden-Sydney College, having served as Vice President for Administrative and Information Services at The George Washington University, and as Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Acting Vice President for Administration, and Acting Vice President for Student Services at the University of Hartford. He also held positions in enrollment management, including Executive Director of Admissions and Student Financial Assistance at the University of Hartford, Director of Admissions at East Carolina University, Dean of Admissions at Texas Christian University, and Director of Admissions at his alma mater, Bethany College. Dr. Bortz resides on the Hampden-Sydney College campus with his wife, Lorraine. They are the parents of a daughter, Catherine, a physician, and a son, Walter, a communications technologist. Dr. Bortz received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Bethany College in Bethany, West Virginia. He has done graduate work at Texas Christian University and West Virginia University, and has a doctorate in policy studies from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Hampden-Sydney College Hampden-Sydney is one of the South’s outstanding liberal arts colleges. Nestled in the gently rolling countryside of south-central Virginia, H-SC is the oldest of the country’s few remaining men’s colleges. Hampden-Sydney is committed to the belief that a liberal arts education provides the best foundation not only for a professional career, but also for the great moral and intellectual challenges of life. Students learn that the pursuit of truth is a lifelong endeavor, requiring clarity and objectivity of thought, a sensitive moral conscience, and a dedication to responsible citizenship. As the College’s mission statement says, liberal education aims to assist students to free themselves from ignorance, malice, prejudice, and superstition; from the tyranny of intellectual selfishness; and from impotence in judging the claims and values of experts. It teaches students to gather evidence patiently; it educates them to write and speak with force, precision, and clarity; and it encourages them to seek refreshment and inspiration in the fine arts.

success of its program is a dedicated faculty, over 90% of whom hold earned doctorates in their fields and all of whom devote their principal energy to teaching. The student-faculty ratio is 13:1.

STUDENTS RUN THEIR OWN ACTIVITIES Student life is considered an integral part of the education process at Hampden-Sydney. Students conduct their own affairs through a student government elected by them and composed of members of all classes. A student-enforced honor code is a Hampden-Sydney tradition that continues to flourish, upholding the atmosphere of personal integrity, trust, and mutual respect essential to the operation of a dynamic academic community. Responsibility for maintaining the system is taken so seriously that students enjoy one of the freest campuses in America, where books and bikes can be left unattended and professors can leave their classrooms during tests and exams. Student activities are numerous and diverse, including publication of a newspaper, yearbook, and literary magazine and operation of a radio station and volunteer fire department along with a wide variety of clubs and other organizations. Whether they like drama, music, classical debate, hiking and canoeing, or even electronics and short wave radio, students can find campus organizations that cater to their interests. Many student programs involve a strong commitment of service to the community, such as the tutoring program for area high school students. The social life of the College is centered around 11 national fraternities and a strong organization of independents. Concerts, mixers, movies and a variety of unusual programs are planned and carried out through a student-run college activities committee. Affiliated with the NCAA and competing in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, Hampden-Sydney fields varsity intercollegiate teams in football, soccer, cross country, basketball, baseball, golf, lacrosse and tennis. The athletic department offers a comprehensive program in intramural activities, with thirteen sports throughout the year, in which over 80% of the students participate.

ONE QUALITY REIGNS SUPREME: LEADERSHIP From the beginning, the College’s intent has been to educate the whole individual “in an atmosphere of sound learning.” The College’s history speaks eloquently of the powerful and enduring character of the ideals of self-reliance and service, and of its own two-hundred years of commitment to the value of self-reliant, disciplined intellect in public life. In proportion to its enrollment, Hampden-Sydney consistently is in the top five percent of all colleges and universities in graduates listed in “Who’s Who in America.” Since 1776, the College has provided the educational experience necessary to produce leaders in every field of endeavor, including one U.S. President, 12 senators, 32 congressmen, 12 governors, well over 100 state representatives, and a host of ministers, attorneys, doctors and judges. The College offers the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science degrees, preparing students for direct entry into the world of business or for further professional training in law, medicine, business, government, teaching or the ministry. Basic to the

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 2005 ROSTER...................................................................................................6 2005 SEASON OUTLOOK..............................................................................7-8 HEAD COACH RAY ROSTAN........................................................................9-10 ASST. COACH ROSTAN & MARTIN.................................................................11 ASST. COACH LYNCH / TRAINING STAFF......................................................12

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 2005 Team Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 44 45 46 47

NAME POS Jeremy Bull G Chip Farrar D Sean McChesney* A Thomas Jennings M Michael Via A Mark Miller M Will Albright* D Kevin Burke M Ryan Harrington M Kelly Mattie A William Shell A Dalton Grein M John Pritzlaff D Scott Russell G Robbie Stockwell M Jarrott Patteson M Colin Weiss D Kyle Frazier M Joe Daugherty M Tim Brown M Eamon Thornton A Vince Smith M Middleton Smith M Bill Zimmer D Chase Williston D Cameron Hellmuth M Ryan Fassnacht* M Ryan Burns D Alex Pritzlaff D Colin Dunn D Alex Elkins D Will Taylor D Phil Hage G Greg Frankoski G Will Ashwell D AJ Cox M Dan Sullivan A Ryan Niland A James Provenzano D Robbie Thomas M Murray Webb D Pierce Buckingham A Jim Philbin M

YR SR FR SR SO SO FR SR SR SO FR SO SR JR SO FR SO FR FR FR SO JR JR SO SO SO SO SR SR FR FR FR FR FR SO FR FR FR FR FR FR SO SO SO

HT 6-2 6-1 5-8 5-9 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-8 5-9 5-8 6-0 5-8 6-2 5-8 6-0 6-2 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-9 5-9 6-1 5-10 6-2 5-9 5-10 6-3 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-10

WT 190 200 165 155 185 185 175 170 195 150 165 160 195 185 185 165 190 195 180 175 195 200 170 170 190 180 195 185 165 200 190 185 170 175 185 195 170 160 195 165 210 185 175

HOMETOWN/HS/COACH Raleigh, NC/Ravenscroft/John Hayden Siler City, NC/Woodberry Forest/Andrew Hilgartner Charlottesville, VA/St. Anne’s-Belfield/Doug Tarring Murfreesboro, TN/Webb School/Jon Bloom Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy/Tom Duquette Esmont, VA/Monticello/Matt Miller Alexandria, VA /St. Stephen’s/Mark St. Germaine Fairfax, VA/Robinson HS/Tom Tufts Dallas, TX/Plano HS/Chris Braceland Charlottesville, VA/St. Anne’s-Belfield/Doug Tarring Alexandria, VA /St. Stephen’s/Rick Kirshner High Point, NC/McCallie School/Troy Kemp Castlerock, CO/Kent Denver/Tom Graesser Darien, CT/Darien HS/Jeff Brameier Lexington, VA/St. Anne’s-Belfield/Doug Tarring Sewickley, PA/Quaker Valley/John Sadd McLean, VA/Langley/Earl Brewer Forest, VA/Virginia Episcopal Charlottesville, VA/St. Anne’s-Belfield/Doug Tarring Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry Collegiate/Will Gibbs Atlanta, GA/McCallie School/Troy Kemp Palmyra, VA/St. Anne’s-Belfield/Doug Tarring Stevenson, MD/Boys’ Latin/Bob Shriver Cincinnati,OH/Indian Hills/Mike Ward Charlotte, NC/Providence Day/Mark Fader Alexandria, VA /St. Stephen’s/Rick Kirshner Fairfax, VA/Robinson HS/Tom Tufts Fairfax, VA/Robinson HS/Tom Tufts Castlerock, CO/Kent Denver/Tom Graesser Chevy Chase, MD/Trinity Pawling/Joe Tweed Chapel Hill, NC/Chapel Hill HS/Glenn Estacio Charlottesville, VA/Suffield Academy Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy/Tom Duquette Maplewood, NJ/Columbia HS/David Brothers Warrenton, VA/Notre Dame Acad. Laurel, MD/St. Vincent Pallotti/Murray Miller Stafford, VA/North Stafford Arnold, MD/Mercersburg Acad. Huntington, NY/ Latham, NY/Trinity Pawling Fayetteville, GA/Webb School Richmond, VA/Christchurch Raleigh, NC/Cardinal Gibbons

* 2005 Team Captain Head Coach: Ray Rostan (Cortland State, 1973 / 21st season) Assistant Coaches: Jay Rostan (Hampden-Sydney, 2003 / 1st season) Mike Lynch (Hampden-Sydney, 2005 / 1st season) Ryan Martin (Ithaca College, 2003 / 1st season) Walt Casebolt (2nd season) 6


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 2005 Season Preview Outlook

Tiger Attack

The 2004 season began with the Tigers ranked among the top five teams in the nation after ten games, yet the young Hampden-Sydney squad faltered late in the season. Despite finishing 8-5, the 2004 senior class tied a Hampden-Sydney College lacrosse record, previously broken by the 2003 seniors, with 44 victories in their respective Sean four year careers. The Tigers McChesney missed the NCAA national tournament last year for just the second time in the past seven years and will eagerly look for their return to the playoffs. Hampden-Sydney will be a strong contender in the ODAC and will make a push for another run in the NCAA Tournament. H-SC returns a host of veterans with something to prove in ‘05 as well as another outstanding group of newcomers. Leading scorer Vince Smith returns for his second season as a Tiger along with his high school teammate, three year starter, and current team captain Sean McChesney. They will be joined by second year captain and two-time all-conference midfielder Ryan Fassnacht. Second-year starters and sophomores Michael Via, William Shell, and Thomas Jennings were solid contributors as freshman and have greatly improved their physical strength in the offseason. Defensively, senior goalie Jeremy Bull looks to return to his All-American form of 2003 and will count on first team All-ODAC defenseman Will Albright as well as returning starters John Pritzlaff and Ryan Burns. Seniors Kevin Burke and Dalton Grein return at midfield and have competed very aggressively in fall workouts. Junior attackman Eamon Thornton also returns after overcoming injury, and will add a strong physical presence on the field. Coach Rostan is most exited about the team effort and very positive attitude the Tigers displayed in off-season practice and training.

Leading the offensive attack will be three-year starter and senior tri-captain Sean McChesney along with two-year starter Michael Via. McChesney is one of Hampden-Sydney’s quickest and strongest offensive players. Scoring 14 goals and adding four assists in 2004, McChesney has been named a team captain for the ‘05 season and will be counted on to be a leader and a major scoring threat. Sophomore Michael Via had a great start to his career, scoring 11 goals along with eight assists during his freshman campaign and will be looking to make himself into one of the most dangerous players in the ODAC. Another returning starter that had success as a freshman is William Shell. Shell netted five goals and chalked up eight assists for a total of 13 points. Junior Eamon Thorton, returning from injury, brings the most commanding physical presence to the field and will be counted upon in a regular rotation. Freshmen Kelly Mattie, Dan Sullivan, and Ryan Niland played well in fall workouts and will also look to contribute.

Tiger Midfield

Holding down the midfield will be four-year starter, two-year captain, and two-time All-ODAC honoree Ryan Fassnacht along with returning leading scorer Vince Smith. Fassnacht is proven as one of the best face off men and defensive midfielders in the nation. Despite the fact that he has not been a goal scorer, Coach Rostan believes he is a legitimate player-of-theyear candidate at the conference Vince Smith or national level. Joining Fassnacht will be junior Vince Smith, sophomore Thomas Jennings, and newcomer Ryan Harrington. Smith led the team in total scoring with 17 goals and 17 assists for a total of 34 points last season and will be the team’s field general. Thomas Jennings returns to the starting lineup for his sophomore campaign after a standout freshman season scoring 14 goals and adding two 7


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 2005 Season Preview assists. Ryan Harrington will enjoy his first season in a Hampden-Sydney uniform after transferring from Whittier College. Harrington, an extremely well-conditioned athlete, will have an immediate impact on the program. Other impact players will be seniors Kevin Burke and Dalton Grein. Both Burke and Grein are totally unselfish players who will do anything to help the team win. Freshman Mark Miller also showed strong ability to contribute early along with Kelly Mattie who is a former High School All-American. From a defensive midfield standpoint, Coach Rostan was particularly pleased with the tenacious fall play of sophomore Middleton Smith, freshmen Kyle Frazier, and A.J. Cox.

showed great promise in the fall are Will Ashwell, Colin Dunn, Alex Elkins, Chip Farrar, Alex Pritzlaff, James Provensano and Bill Zimmer. Zimmer is a sophomore transfer while the others are true freshman. The Tiger program prides itself in strong team defense and this may be the deepest group in recent history.

Tiger Goalkeepers

Honorable Mention All-American goalkeeper Jeremy Bull returns to the net for his senior season and will be counted upon to lead the team back to the NCAA tournament. Bull recorded 121 saves in 698 minutes of play last season. Bull will be supported by three outstanding young talents including sophomores Greg Frankoski and Scott Russell along with freshman Phil Hage.

Tiger Defense

2005 senior captain Ryan Fassnacht and First Team AllODAC honoree Will Albright will be teaming up with returning starter John Pritzlaff to anchor a formidable Tiger defense. Albright shut down several of the top players in the nation last season while Pritzlaff returns for his junior campaign after leading all long sticks with 61 ground balls in ‘04. Senior Ryan Burns saw action in 11 games last year while finishing out the last six games of the season as a starter. Burns adds experience to the team defense while sophomore Chase Williston will add his speed and strength to the veteran core. Several newcomers were outstanding in fall workouts and have already shown the ability and work ethic to contribute immediately. Freshman Colin Weiss, one of the best conditioned athletes on the team will make an immediate impact as a probable starter. Other newcomers that

Tiger Schedule

Hampden-Sydney will be more than prepared for the regular season after visiting Duke University for a preseason tournament where they will match up against Division I opponents such as St. John’s, Hofstra, and Duke, as well as the number one preseason ranked team in Division III, Salisbury University. The Tigers will kick off regular season play on Saturday, February 26, 2005 vs. Mary Washington at 1pm. H-SC will be tested early in the season as the Tigers take on four nationally ranked opponents, three of which are ODAC rivals, throughout the season including Gettysburg, Washington &Lee, Roanoke, and Lynchburg.

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Head Coach Ray Rostan He now has 215 collegiate victories, 175 at H-SC, and is third nationally among NCAA Division III coaches in alltime victories. His teams have reached the NCAA Tournament seven times. During the past five years, Rostan’s teams have won 55 games, two ODAC Championships and participated in four NCAA Tournaments. Since 1998, 25 student-athletes have received All-American honors, including four on the first team, along with two Academic All-Americans. In 1998, Jamie Worthen was named the Division III National Player of the Year at defense, while Rostan’s son, Jason, garnered USILA First Team All-America and ODAC Player of the Year accolades in 2002. In addition to coaching duties, Rostan has been a member of several national committees. He is currently the Chair of the Men’s U.S.I.L.A. North-South Senior All-Star Game and he is serving on the Committee for Coaching Ethics sponsored by US Lacrosse. He recently completed a five-year commitment as a member of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Committee, as well as ten years on the Division III AllAmerica committee. In 2003, Rostan was named Assistant Athletic Director for Hampden-Sydney College. It is his third title in his 20 years of service to the College, along with coaching the water polo team through the early-90’s and coaching the lacrosse team, which he took over in 1985. The Copiague (Long Island), New York native earned his B.S. in 1973 from Cortland State, and his M.S. from Ithaca College in 1977. A collegiate attackman, Rostan was a member of the 1973 Cortland State national championship team. He later played professional indoor lacrosse for the National Lacrosse League Champion Rochester Griffins, then for the Long Island Tomahawks. Rostan and his wife Karen have two children, Jamie (21) and Jason (24). Jason, a 2003 graduate of Hampden-Sydney College was a two-time USILA AllAmerican for the Tiger lacrosse team as well as the ODAC player of the year in ‘03. Jason has returned to HampdenSydeny and joins his father on the sideline as the Tigers’ assistant lacrosse coach. Coach Rostan’s daughter, Jamie, is currently finishing her senior year at the University of Mary Washington.

ROSTAN

Head Coach Cortland State, ’73 21st Season at H-SC In 26 years as a college head coach, the last 20 at Hampden-Sydney, lacrosse coach Ray Rostan has established himself as one of the most respected coaches in the country. In 2002, Rostan served as an assistant coach for the U.S. National Lacrosse Team which won the World Lacrosse Championships in Perth, Australia. Rostan was the 1998 and 1989 recipient of the Francis “Babe” Kraus Memorial Award, after being voted the national coach of the year by his peers as he became the first Division III coach to be honored with the award twice. In addition to national honors, Rostan has been voted Old Dominion Athletic Conference Coach of the Year four times, most recently in 2001. Last season, Rostan’s 2004 senior class made history as they tied the school record for career vicories with 44 games and earned 3 NCAA Tournament appearances. In 2003, Rostan led the Tiger lacrosse team to national heights as the Tigers finished the season ranked seventh in the nation. The 2003 Tigers finished with a 12-3 overall mark, completed the ODAC regular season undefeated for the second straight year and advanced into the quarter finals of the NCAA Tournament with a 10-8 victory over then-third-ranked Washington College. Rostan’s seventh NCAA appearance came during the 2002 season as he led the Tigers to a 13-3 record and a No. 3 ranking in the final poll of the regular season. The team completed a 6-0 record against ODAC competition during the regular season and hosted the first-ever ODAC Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Championship game. Rostan reached the significant milestone of winning his 200th college game in April of 2002 in a victory over Washington and Lee. In April of 1996, Rostan recorded his 100th victory while the head coach at Hampden-Sydney.

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Head Coach Ray Rostan

ROSTAN LEDGER All-Time Results at H-SC Year Record Ranking 1985 6-6 -1986 9-4 12th 1987 9-5 11th 1988 9-5 10th 1989 11-3 7th 1990 7-6 14th 1991 9-6 -1992 7-7 -1993 6-7 -1994 7-6 -1995 10-5 7th 1996 10-4 16th 1997 8-7 16th 1998 12-2 3rd 1999 11-4 9th 2000 8-6 -2001 11-4 7th 2002 13-3 6th 2003 12-3 7th 2004 8-5 17th

Above: Coach Rostan celebrates Team USA’s victory in the I.L.F. World Championships in 2002. Below: The Rostan Family (clockwise from top left), Chris Bissinger, Ray Rostan, Karen Rostan, Jamie Rostan and Jason Rostan.

Totals at Hampden-Sydney: 183-98 (.651) Overall Totals/24 years: 223-123 (.644) CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • 2002 USA Team Asst. Coach-Defensive Coordinator • 2002 USA Team I.L.F. World Champions • USILA National Coach of the Year: 1989, 1998 • ODAC Coach of the Year: 1989, 1995, 1998, 2001 • ODAC Champions: 1989, 1995, 1998, 2001 • NCAA Tournament: 1989, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 • Top 20-Year-End Ranking: 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 • NCAA Quarter Finalists: 1999, 2003

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Assistant Coaches in 2003. In addition, he scored All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference honors three times, was twice voted to the first team, and in 2002 earned ODAC Player of the Year nods.

Assistant Coach Hampden-Sydney, 2003 1st Season

“I am certainly pleased with our selection of Jason Rostan as assistant lacrosse coach at Hampden-Sydney College,” said Head Coach Ray Rostan. “Jason is without question a product of Hampden-Sydney and our college community. As a 2003 graduate of Hampden-Sydney, he is very familiar with the traditions of our college and our lacrosse program. He understands the hard work, drive and consistency that it takes to be a successful student-athlete at our college. He has a creative mind for the game and will bring fresh ideas to our program.

Jason Rostan, a 2003 graduate of Hampden-Sydney College and two-time USILA All-American for the Tiger lacrosse team, joins the program as an assistant coach. Rostan is the son of current Hampden-Sydney College lacrosse head coach, Ray Rostan. Rostan began his coaching career last season as a graduate assistant for the Tigers and returns as the full time assistant in 2005. “I am truly excited for the opportunity to return and serve my alma mater,” said Rostan. “I look forward to working hard, both in recruiting and on the field, to continue the tradition of the Tiger Lacrosse program.”

A Prince Edward High School product, Rostan earned First Team All-State and was the 1999 Southside District Player of the Year for the Eagles soccer team. He currently resides in Hampden-Sydney, VA.

Rostan was a four-year letter winner for the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team and earned USILA All-America honors twice in his career, garnering first team accolades in 2002 and second team honors

Martin earned third-team All-American honors in 2002 and was named the Empire 8 Player of the Year. Ryan earned All-American honors again in 03’ as a senior.

RYAN

MARTIN

“I am very pleased to have Ryan Martin join our staff,” said Head Coach Ray Rostan. “His experience as a two-year All-American goalie for an excellent Ithaca College team lends him special coaching talents not only in working with our goalies but also with our team defense.”

Assistant Coach 1st Season Ithaca College, 2003 Joining the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse coaching staff this season is assistant coach Ryan Martin. A 2003 graduate of Ithaca College (Ithaca, NY), Martin recieved a B.A. in business administration with a concentration in management.

Martin began his coaching career last year at Richardson High School in Texas. Ryan currently resides in Hampden-Sydney, VA.

“I am very excited to become a part of the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse program,” said Martin. “It’s a great opportunity to be able to work with Coach Rostan and the rest of the incredible staff at Hampden-Sydney.” While at Ithaca, Ryan was the starting goalkeeper and two-year captain (02’-03’) for the varsity lacrosse team.

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Coaching/Training Staff

LYNCH Assistant Coach First Season Hampden-Sydney, 2005 Mike Lynch, anticipating graduation in May, joins the Hampden-Sydney coaching staff after completing a very successful playing career for the Tigers. “I’m happy to be able to work with such a tremendous coaching staff and excited about being on the other side of the whistle this season,” said Lynch. “Being a caoch gives me the opportunity to stay involved with lacrosse and still be a part of the program.”

The Lynch Family (L-R): Tammi, Kennedy, Keigan, and MIke.

Originially from Toronto, Canada, Lynch spent two years at Clarkson University before finding a home at Hampden-Sydney. Making an immediate impact as a Tiger, Lynch earned a starting role and became one of the most talented shooters on the team. Mike scored four goals and chipped in two assists for a total of six points during his first season at H-SC. “Michael Lynch finished his eligibility with the Tigers last season and will be assisting our program as he completes his degree at Hampden-Sydney College this spring,” said head coach Ray Rostan. “I have become very close with Michael, his wonderful wife Tammy, and children Keigan and Kennedy, since his transfer to Hampden-Sydney two years ago. Michael is mature and one of the hardest working young men that i have met. Our student-athletes can learn much from Mike this season.” Throughout high school Mike played “Junior A” lacrosse in Canada. Mike resides in Farmville, VA with his wife Tammi and two children, Keigan and Kennedy. Walt Casebolt is in his third season as a Hampden-Sydney assistant coach and his primary duties this season will be couseling the student-athletes. Casebolt is a retired Marine Infantry Officer with combat experience at the platoon, company and battalion level. He holds a graduate degree in counseling and is presently working toward his doctorate in Psychology.

MAJOR WALT

CASEBOLT Volunteer Assistant Coach Third Season

Casebolt lives in Farmville with his lovely wife Krista.

Assistant Athletic Trainer High Point University First Season

High Point University in North Carolina, where she received a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training. She then attended California University of Pennsylvania and graduated in 2004 with a master’s degree in Advanced Athletic Training. While at Cal U, Boswell fulfilled her graduate assistantship at Washington and Jefferson College working with a variety of sports including volleyball, men’s and women’s water polo, wrestling, and men’s lacrosse. She also wrote her Master’s Thesis entitled Certified Athletic Trainer’s Knowledge of the Female Athlete Triad.

Lexi Boswell is in her first year as the assistant athletic trainer at Hampden-Sydney College. Before joining the Hampden-Sydney Athletic Training staff, Boswell attended

Boswell works with the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team and assists with the football team. Originally from Winchester, VA, Boswell currently lives in Farmville.

LEXI

BOSWELL

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY SENIOR PROFILES....................................................................................................................14-18 RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES..........................................................................................19-24 NEWCOMERS...........................................................................................................................24-26

Goalkeeper Jeremy Bull returns for his senior campaign to command the Hampden-Sydney defense.

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY WILL

Senior Profiles

#7

KEVIN #8

ALBRIGHT

BURKE

Sr. - Defenseman - 5-11 - 175 Alexandria, VA St. Stephen’s

Sr. - Midfield - 6-0 - 180 Fairfax, VA Robinson

College: After a strong 2004 season, Albright was selected 1st Team All ODAC and will look to become one of the better defenders nationally in ‘05...Developed into an athletic and intelligent defensive player as well as a team leader...Named team captain for the 2005 season...Tallied a career-high 34 ground balls as a junior...Played in 14 contests as a sophomore in 2003 and made one start…Recorded one assist on the year and also picked up 17 ground balls… Albright played in 12 games as a defenseman for the Tigers during his freshman campaign in 2002…He recorded three ground balls on the year. High School: Played football and lacrosse at St. Stephen’s… Captained the lacrosse team and also earned All-State honor Personal: Son of George and Beth Albright… Father, George, graduated from the College in 1974, while his brother, Toby, is a member of the class of 1999. Albright’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 13 0 2003 14 0 2002 12 0 Totals 39 0

Goals 0 0 0 0

Assists 0 1 0 1

GB’s 34 17 3 54

College: Burke is an experienced veteran with great leadership skills that provides all the intangibles the Tigers need for another successful season...Played in seven games during his junior year...Had a strong 2003 season seeing action in ten games for the team… Scored only goal of the season in Tigers victory over Mary Washington College… Recorded ten ground balls on the season… Burke had a solid freshman year for the Tigers in 2002, playing in all 16 games…Finished the year with two points on one goal and one assist…Also tallied 11 ground balls. High School: Competed in both swimming and lacrosse at Robinson High School…Was a captain in both sports and was a state competitor in swimming, while playing for state champs in lacrosse. Personal: Son of Joseph and Lynn Burke...Has two sisters, Tracy (23) and Alyssa (16). Burke’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 7 0 2003 10 2 2002 16 1 Totals 34 3

Points 0 1 0 1

14

Goals 0 1 1 2

Assists 0 0 1 1

GB’s 2 10 11 23

Points 0 1 1 2


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY JEREMY #1

Senior Profiles

BULL

Sr. - Goal - 6-2 - 200 Raleigh, N.C. Ravenscroft 2005 Preseason All-American College: Returning as the Tigers starting goalkeeper...Racked up 121 saves for a .573 save percentage and allowed a career best 90 goals during his junior campaign...Anxious to prove he is one of the best goalies in Division III in ‘05...Scored 2003 USILA honorable metion All-America honors…Had a stellar sophomore season as he posted an 8.10 goals-against average in over 778 minutes of action… Recorded a career-high 163 saves and allowed 105 goals on the year… Made career-high 18 saves in NCAA Tournament contest against Whittier College… Earned honorable mention All-ODAC honors in 2003… A 2003 Face Off Yearbook Preseason All-America selection …Earned First Team All-ODAC in 2002, his first year of collegiate competiton…Played in all 16 games and made 150 saves, allowed just 96 goals and posted a 6.94 goals-againstaverage in 829 minutes of action…An imposing and promising goalie who did not play in the 2001 season due to injury. High School: Played lacrosse, football and wrestled at Ravenscroft High School….Was three-time All-State and two-time MVP as a goalkeeper…Earned All-State honors in football and All-Conference honors as a wrestler. Personal: Son of Donald and Barbara Bull...Has one sister, Jennifer (20).

Bull’s Career Stats Year Games Saves 2004 13 121 2003 15 163 2002 16 150 Totals 44 434

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GA 90 105 96 291

Sv. Pct. .573 .608 .610 .597

Min. 698 778 829 2305

GAA 7.74 8.10 6.94 7.59


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Senior Profiles

RYAN #31

DALTON #12

BURNS

GREIN

Sr. - Defenseman - 5-11 - 195 Fairfax, VA Robinson

Sr. - Midfield - 5-10 - 175 High Point, NC McCallie School

College: Burns had a great junior year finishing the last half of the season as a starter and is likely to pick up where he left off...Picked up 17 ground balls last season...Saw action in two games in ‘03 for Hampden-Sydney… Burns played in six games as a freshman while recording two ground balls on the year. High School: Played for lacrosse state champs…Served as a captain on Robinson’s lacrosse team Personal: Son of Bob and Nancy Webb...Has one brother, Kevin (14), and one sister, Lindsey (1).

College: One of the hardest working players on the team, Grein will be looking to make an impact during his senior campaing after playing in two games last season...Played in four games as a sophomore in 2003… Scored first career goal in Tigers victory over Guilford College…Also recorded four ground balls on the year. High School: Team MVP and earned All-State honors as captain of McCallie’s lacrosse team. Personal: Son of John and Marybeth Grein...Has one brother, Tim (25).

Burns’ Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 11 0 2003 2 0 2002 6 0 Totals 8 0

Grein’s Career Stats Year Games Shots Points 2004 2 0 2003 4 7 2002 0 0 Totals 4 7

Goals 0 0 0 0

Assists 0 0 0 0

GB’s 17 0 2 19

Points 0 0 0 0

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Goals

Assists GB’s

0 1 0 1

0 0 0 0

0 4 0 4

0 1 0 1


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Senior Profiles RYAN

#29

FASSNACHT Sr. - Defenseman/Midfield - 6-2 - 195 Fairfax, VA Robinson 2005 Preseason All-American College: Fassnacht has become one of the most unique and adaptable players in Division III lacrosse...Recieved his second AllODAC recognition for his impressive efforts in 2004...One of the top face off specialists in the country...Winning 137 out of 218 face offs for a .628 winning percentage, grabbed a team leading 93 ground balls, and contributed one goal... Scored second team All-ODAC honors in ‘03 after leading the conference with a face off winning percentage of 70 percent… Won 156 face offs in 224 opportunities… Scored two goals and had two assists on the year for four points… Reeled in a team-high 112 ground balls… Fassnacht made a big impact as a freshman in 2002 as he recorded a .649 faceoff winning percentage, scoring wins in 146-of-225 face offs…Led the team with 100 ground balls and also completed the year with three points on one goal and two assists. High School: Played for two-time state champ Robinson High School….Also played for football state champs…Captain of wrestling team and All-State. Personal: Son of Stephen Fassnacht and Jeanie Thacher.

Fassnacht’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 13 8 2003 15 6 2002 16 3 Totals 44 17

Goals 1 2 1 4

Face-off Stats Year Total 2004 218 2003 224 2002 225 Totals 667

Pct. .628 .696 .649 .658

Wins 137 156 146 439

Assists 0 2 2 4

GB’s 93 112 100 305

Points 1 4 3 8

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY SEAN

Senior Profiles

#3

McCHESNEY Sr. - Midfield - 5-8 - 165 Charlottesville, VA St. Anne’s-Belfield

College: 2005 team captain...McChesney is the Tiger’s quickest and most elusive offensive player...Has been relentless in the weightroom during the offseason and is in the best shape of his life...Scored 14 goals and had four assists for a total of 18 points in 2004...Also scooped up 29 ground balls and won nine of 20 face offs...A tough, quick and hard-working player, McChesney, who transferred to H-SC from Ohio State, emerged as one of the team’s top offensive threats over the last three games of the 2003 season…Saw action in all 15 games for the Tigers , which was his first in a Tiger uniform… Recorded 16 points on the year… Scored five goals and finished with 11 assists, which ranked as the third-best assists total on the team… Finished with 21 ground balls… Won 14-of-23 face offs for a .609 winning percentage. High School: Two-time All-State in football… Two-time state champions in football… All-State and TICT champ in lacrosse. Personal: Son of Colonel Warren and Catalina McChesney...Has one sister, Erica (25).

McChesney’s Career Stats Year Games Shots Goals 2004 12 38 14 2003 15 18 5 Total 27 56 19 Face-off Stats Year Total 2004 20 2003 23 Total 43

Wins 9 14 23

Assists 4 11 15

GB’s 29 21 50

Points 18 16 34

Pct. .450 .609 .529

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY JOHN

Player Profiles

#13

VINCE #23

PRITZLAFF

SMITH

Jr. - Defenseman - 6-0 - 200 Castlerock, CO Kent Denver 2005 Preseason All-American

Jr. - Attack/Midfield - 6-0 - 205 Palmyra, VA St. Anne’s-Belfield 2005 Preseason All-American College: Smith lead the Tigers in total points in ‘04 with 17 goals and 17 assists for a total of 34 points during his first year at H-SC since transferring from Johns Hopkins University’s lacrosse team...His physical style of play adds a different offensive dimension and will be a major threat for the Tiger’s offense...Smith also racked up 31 ground balls during his debut season. High School: Hampden-Sydney’s first-ever two-time High School AllAmerican...Smith is the all time points leader in St. Anne’s-Belfield history with 380 career points...Recieved all-state and allcounty honors three times during his outstanding career at St. Anne’sBelfield...Additionally, was a four year member of the varsity football team earning all-state and all-conference recognition two years in a row. Personal: Son of Bill and Kathy Smith...Has one brother, Mike (26).

College: A key component of the Tiger’s defense...Pritzlaff returns for his junior campaign with added strength and determination...Had a very successful sophomore year in which he led all long sticks with 61 ground balls...Pritzlaff saw action in six games for the Tigers as a defenseman throughout the ‘03 season… Recorded six ground balls on the year… Named as a “Young Gun” in Face-Off Yearbook’s 2004 Preseason Coaches Poll. High School: Recieved all-state honors two years in a row as a defenseman for Kent Denver’s varsity lacrosse team..Also named two-time all-conference and all-state player as a four year varsity member of the soccer team. Parents: Son of John and Ann Pritzlaff...Has two brothers, (also teamate) Alex (18), and Andrew (15). Pritzlaff’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 13 0 2003 6 0 Total 19 0

Goals 0 0 0

Assists 0 0 0

GB’s 61 6 67

Points 0 0 0

Smith’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 13 60

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Goals 17

Assists GB’s 17 31

Points 34


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Player Profiles EAMON

TIM

#22

#21

BROWN

THORNTON Jr. - Attack - 6-1 - 210 Atlanta, GA McCallie School

So.- Midfield - 6-1 - 185 Virginia Beach, VA Cape Henry

College: Thornton has had a great start to his career...Gained valuable experience during his first two seasons and will look to make a major impact for the Tigers in ‘05...Thornton saw action in six games last season while earning a starting spot in one and scored two goals...Thornton was the Tigers topscoring freshman in ‘03 recording four points on two goals and two assists in eight games…Thornton went down to injury midway through the 2003 season…Scored a goal against both Susquehanna and Mary Washington…Recorded seven ground balls on the year. High School: A four-year varsity member on the lacrosse and football team...Earned all-state honors in both sports. Parents: Son of Michael and Nancy Thornton.

College: Returns to the Tigers for his sophomore campaign...Brown will be looking for more time this year after a very productive offseason...Recieved ODAC Academic AllConference honors...Dean’s list. High School: Recieved all conference recognition as a four year member of the varsity lacrosse team...Also played varsity basketbal for two years. Personal: Son of Timothy and Susie Brown...Has one brother, Kirkland (18)

Thornton’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 6 3 2003 8 3 Total 14 6

PIERCE

Goals 2 2 4

Assists 0 2 2

GB’s 1 7 8

Brown’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 0 0

Goals 0

Assists 0

GB’s Points 0 0

Points 2 4 6

#46

BUCKINGHAM So. - Attack - 6-1 - 185 Richmond, VA Christchurch College: A two-sport athlete...Buckingham joins the varsity lacrosse team after finishing the 2004 soccer season as the starting goalie. High School: Three-year member of the varsity lacrosse team...Also a starting goalkeeper for the varsity soccer team...Named two-time all-prep and two-time AllTidewater...Recieved second team all-state honors and earned defensive MVP recognition while setting the school record with 19 saves in one game...Additionally, played varsity basketball in 2002 and recieved the coaches award. Personal: Son of Richard and Missy Buckingham...Has two sisters, Mary (24) and Claiborne (18).

GREG

#37

FRANKOSKI So.- Goalie - 6-2 - 180 Maplewood, NJ Columbia College: Recorded two saves in one game during his freshman debut...Looking for more time in front of the net in ‘05. High School: Starting goalie for Columbia high school varsity lacrosse team...Registered 78% save average...Named first team all-state. Personal: Son of Joseph and Ellen Frankoski...Has one brother, Joe (21), and two sisters, Nina (17) and Rebecca (13). Frankoski’s Career Stats Year Games Saves 2004 1 2

20

Sv.% 1.000

Min 1:40

GA 0

GA avg. 0.00


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY RYAN

Player Profiles THOMAS

#9

#4

JENNINGS

HARRINGTON

So.- Attack - 6-0 - 165 Murfreesboro, TN Webb School High School All-American

So. - Midfield - 5-11 - 195 Dallas, TX Plano

College: Looking to establish himself as one of the most lethal offensive weapons in the conference...Jennings had an impressive debut in ‘04...Enjoyed a starting role and delivered 14 goals and two assists...Led all freshman in scoring and will be an intricate part of the the Tiger’s offense in ‘05 as a sophomore. High School: Came to Hampden-Sydney with a very impressive lacrosse resume...Named honorable mention allstate as a freshman...Second team all-state and team MVP as a sohpomore...First team all-state and team captain as a junior...As a senior, Jennings was listed among the best in the country as he recieved High School All-American recognition at Webb High School...Also named team captain and MVP of the varsity basketball team. Personal: Son of Louis and Elizabeth Jennings...Has three brothers, Lyle (33), Alex (31), and Newton (22).

College: Ryan Harrington will enjoy his first season in a Hampden-Sydney uniform after transferring from Whittier College. Harrington, an extremely well-conditioned athlete, will have an immediate impact on the program. High School: A four-year member of the varsity lacrosse team...Recieved first team all-state honors as a sophomore, junior, and senior. Personal: Son of Peter and Cheryl Harrington...Has one sister, Meagan (19).

Jennings’ Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 12 45

CAMERON

#28

HELLMUTH So.- Midfield - 5-11 - 180 Alexandria, VA St. Stephen’s College: Saw action in one game during his freshman debut...Looking to make an impact with more playing time in 2005. High School: A tri-sport athlete...Four year member of the varsity lacrosse team...Also played on the varsity soccer team for three years and the varsity football team for two years. Personal: Son of Everett and Robin Hellmuth...Has three siblings, Zach (14), Ashton (13), and Chesney (13). Hellmuth’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 1 0

Goals 0

Assists 0

GB’s Points 0 0

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Goals 14

Assists 2

GB’s Points 18 16


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY JARROTT

Player Profiles

#16

MIDDLETON #24

PATTESON

SMITH

So.- Attack - 5-10 - 180 Sewickley, PA Quaker Valley

So.- Midfield - 6-0 - 190 Stevenson, MD Boys’ Latin

College: Entering his sophomore season...Patteson has been working tirelessly in the offseason and hopes to see more time in ‘05. High School: Four year letter winner for Quaker Valley varsity lacrosse team...Named team captain...Scored 46 points as a junior and 104 as a senior...Also, three year member of the varsity soccer team...WPIAL State Champs in ‘00...Recieved honorable mention all-section honors and named team captain. Personal: Son of Dudley and Bonita Patteson...Has one sister, Holly. Patteson’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 0 0

JAMES

Goals 0

Assists 0

College: Saw action in five games last season as a freshman and will look to make an impact in ‘05...Won nine of 13 face-offs for a .692 winning percentage and picked up four ground balls. High School: Four year member of the varsity lacrosse and football team. Personal: Son of Beetle and Anna Smith...Has one sister, Blonton (18).

GB’s Points 0 0

#47

PHILBIN So.-Midfield - 5-10 - 175 Raleigh, NC Cardinal Gibbons College: Entering his sophomore campaign, Philbin will look for more playing time in the midfield. High School: Four-year member of the varsity lacrosse and varsity wrestling team...Three-time NC state placer in wrestling as well as the New England runner up. Personal: Son of Jim Philbin and Christina Shanahan...Has four brothers and two sisters.

SCOTT

#14

RUSSELL

So.- Goalie - 5-9 - 185 Darien, CT Darien High School All-American

College: Returning for his sophomore campaign...Russell now has a year of college experience and will add depth at the goalie position. High School: One of the premiere high school players in the country...Recieved High School All-American recognition..Also a two time All-FCIAC player and one time all-state honoree...Additionally, Russell was a four year member and leading scorer for the varsity hockey team...Named All-FCIAC. Personal: Son of Cathrine Russell...Has two brothers, Mike (24) and Jeff (22). Russell’s Career Stats Year Games Saves 2004 2 0

Sv.% .000

Min 3:08

GA 1

GA Avg. 19.15

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Smith’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 5 0

Goals 0

Face-Off Stats Year Total 2004 13

Pct. .692

Wins 9

Assists 0

GB’s Points 4 0


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Player Profiles

WILLIAM #11

MICHAEL #5

SHELL

VIA

So.- Attack - 5-10 - 175 Alexandria, VA St. Stephen’s

So.- Attack - 5-10 - 170 Virginia Beach, VA Norfolk Academy High School All-American College: Via had a standout freshman year and will be among the top players in the conference in ‘05...As a starter, scored 11 goals and added eight assists for a total of 19 points...Also picked up 21 ground balls...Additionally, recieved academic allamerican honors...Dean’s List. High School: One of the most dangerous players in the country recieving High School All-American status...Also named all-conference and all-state during his four years of varsity lacrosse...Additionally, a three-year member of the varsity football team. Personal: Son of Michael and Debora Via...Has one sister, Ashley (19).

Career: Shell is one of the Tiger’s most exciting young players...Earned a starting role and a varsity letter as a freshman in ‘04...Scored five goals and added eight assists for 13 total points as well as racking up 17 ground balls. High School: Recieved all-conference and all-state recognition on St. Stephen’s varsity lacrosse team...Also a four year member of the varsity football team. Personal: Son of William and Susana Shell...Has one brother, Richard (31). Shell’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 13 26

Goals 5

Assists 8

GB’s Points 17 13

Via’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 13 32

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Goals 11

Assists 8

GB’s Points 21 19


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY PLAYER PROFILE/NEWCOMERS

MURRAY #45

WILL

WEBB

ASHWELL

So.- Defense - 6-2 - 210 Fayetteville, GA Webb School

Fr. - Defenseman - 6-3 - 190 Warrenton, VA Notre Dame Academy

College: Webb is a two-sport athlete that will make the transition from soccer to lacrosse and seek more playing time during his sophomore campaign as one of the strongest players on the team. High School: Two-year member of the varsity lacrosse team...Also played four years of varsity soccer and basketball...Named team MVP his senior year in soccer...Additionally, played one year of varsity football and was named the most improved player. Personal: Son of William and Louise Webb...Has two siblings, Taylor (16) and Elizabeth (14).

CHASE

High School: Team captain and MVP of Notre Dame Academy’s varsity lacrosse team...Also three year letter winner on the varsity golf team. Personal: Son of J. Gregory and Kimberly Ashwell...Has one sister, Emily (20).

A.J. #39

COX

#27

Fr. - Midfield - 5-10 - 195 Laurel, MD St. Vincent Pallotti

WILLISTON

High School: Four-year letterman on the varsity lacrosse team...Also three year member of the varisty football team...Led the team in tackles his junior and senior year. Personal: Son of Darrin and Kathi Cox...Has one brother, Caleb (5)

So.- Defenseman - 6-2 - 200 Charlotte, NC Providence Day College: Returning for his second season...Williston appeared in three games last season and will be looking for more time in ‘05. High School: Recieved all-conference and all-state honors three consecutive years...Played varsity football for three years...Totaled 1,033 yards and 27 touchdowns...Also a two-year member of the varsity wrestling team. Personal: Son of Charles and Jane Williston...Has one sister, Laura (21). Williston’s Career Stats Year Games Shots 2004 3 0

BILL

#38

Goals 0

Assists 0

JOE

DAUGHERTY Fr. - Midfielder - 5-11 - 185 Charlottesville, VA St. Annes - Belfield

GB’s Points 0 0

High School: Recieved second team central Virginia and second team all-state honors as well as being named to the all-prep team...Also a team captain. Personal: Son of Paul and Nikki Daugherty...Has two sisters, Abbi (21) and Carli (17).

#26

ZIMMER

COLIN #33

DUNN

So. - Defenseman - 5-10 - 175 Cincinnati, OH Indian Hill College: A transfer from the University of Delaware...Looking to make his mark during his debut season at H-SC. High School: Named first team all-cincinnati three consecutive years...Recieved third team all-ohio honors as a sophomore, second team all-ohio honors as a junior, and first team all-ohio honors as a senior. Personal: Son of William and Debra Zimmer...Has two sisters, Sara (25) and Elizabeth (25).

#20

Fr. - Defenseman - 6-4 - 210 Chevy Chase, MD Trinity Pawling, NY

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High School: Could see major minutes as a freshman...Dunn recieved All-New England recognition as a four year varsity letterman and team MVP at Trinity Pawling high school...Also played in the east/west all-star game...Snatched 144 ground balls while adding three goals his senior year...Additionally, played two years of varsity football. Personal: Son of George and Carroll Dunn...Has one sister, Catie.


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY ALEX

#34

NEWCOMERS KELLY

MATTIE

ELKINS

Fr. - Attack - 5-10 - 165 Charlottesville, VA St. Anne’s-Belfield High School All-American

Fr. - Defenseman - 6-0 - 185 Chapel Hill, NC Chapel Hill HS High School: Named second team all-state and first team allconference as a four year member of the varsity lacrosse team. Personal: Son of Ted Elkins and Susan Reda.

CHIP

High School: Will battle for time as a freshman...One of the best high school players in the country last year earning All-American recognition...Three time all-state, three time allprep, three time all-central Va, and three time leading scorer for St. Anne’s-Belfield...Also a member of the varsity football team...Led his football team in scoring three consecutive years while earning all-state and all-ODFC honors during all three seasons. Personal: Son of Bob and Terri Mattie...Has two brothers, Jeff (19) and Ryan (14).

#2

FARRAR Fr. - Defenseman - 6-2 - 200 Siler City, NC Woodberry Forest

MARK

High School: A top recruit for Hampden-Sydney...Recieved first team all-prep honors as well as first team all-central VA and first team all-state recognition...Also recieved all-prep honors as a four year member of the indoor track team...Additionally, played varsity football for four seasons. Personal: Son of Sydney D. Farrar and Margaret Wren De St. Aubin...Has two siblings, Wren Farrar (16) and Denis de St. Aubin (10).

KYLE

#19

FRAZIER Fr. - Midfielder - 6-2 - 200 Forest, Va Virginia Episcopal High School: Named team captain of the varsity lacrosse team...Recieved the leadership award and the sportsmanship award two years in a row...Also three year member of the varsity soccer team...Recieved sportsmanship award three consecutive years and named team captain...Additionally, played indoor soccer and ran cross-country. Personal: Son of Alex and Jocelyne Frazier...Has one brother, Keegan (11).

PHILIP #36

HAGE

Fr. - Goalie - 6-0 - 175 Norfolk, VA Norfolk Academy High School: Earned all-conference and all-state honors...Also played varsity football for three years. Personal: Son of Anthony and Patrice Hage...Has one brother, Matthew (21).

#10

#6

MILLER Fr. - Midfielder - 5-10 - 175 Esmont, VA Monticello High School: Miller will look to be an immediate contributor as a freshman...Recieved first team all-region and first team all-central Va three consecutive years...Named district player of the year as a junior and regional player of the year as a senior...Scored 193 total points...Also recieved honorable mention all-central virgina recognition as a member of the varsity football team. Personal: Son of Mat and Rose Miller...Has two sisters, Stacey (20) and Glenna (13).

RYAN

#41

NILAND

Fr. - Attack - 6-2 - 175 Arnold, MD Mercersburg Academy High School: Niland was a three year varsity letter winner...Named first team All-Mid Atlantic Prep League. Personal: Son of Wiliam and Kim Niland...Has one sibling, Jamie (15).

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY ALEX

NEWCOMERS

#32

Robert #44

PRITZLAFF

Thomas

Fr. - Defenseman - 6-0 - 185 Castlerock, CO Kent Denver

Fr. - Midfielder - 6-0 - 175 Latham, NY Trinity Pawling

High School: Recieved all-state and all-conference honors...Also three year member of the varsity soccer team...Named all-state and all-conference. Personal: Son of John and Ann Pritzlaff...Has two brothers, Andrew (15) and also teamate John (21).

High School: A four-year varsity letter winner in lacrosse and hockey...Also earned two letters as a member of the varsity soccer team. Personal: Son of Robert and Katherine Thomas...Has two sisters, Meggie (21) and Katherine (14).

JAMES

WILL

#42

PROVENZANO

TAYLOR

Fr. - Defenseman - 6-2 - 185 Huntington, NY Huntington

Fr. - Defenseman - 6-0 - 200 Charlottesville, VA Suffield Academy, CT

High School: Provenzano was a four year member of the varsity lacrosse team...Recieved all-division honors as a senior...Also two year member of the swimming and and indoor track team. Personal: Son of Dominic and Rosemary...Has one brother, Sam (24), and one sister, Carrie (22).

High School: A four-year tri-sport athlete at Suffield Academy...Two time all-league honoree in lacrosse as well as a three time all-league honoree in wrestling...Named team captain and earned All-New England recognition as a senior...A fouryear starter for the varsity football team...Named team captain during his senior campaign. Personal: Son of Rocky Taylor and Sandra Stamp...Has one brother, Thomas (17), and one sister, Annabell (8).

ROBBIE #15

STOCKWELL

COLIN #17

WEISS

Fr. - Midfielder - 6-3 - 190 Lexington, VA St. Anne’s-Belfield

Fr. - Defenseman - 6-1 - 200 McLean, VA Langley

High School: Recieved all-state and all-prep honors...Also named second team all-conference as a varsity football player.

DANNY

#40

High School: A four year varsity letterman on Langely High School’s varsity lacrosse team...Weiss was named first and second team all-district while setting the all-time ground ball and takeaway records at Langely...Also played two years of varsity football. Personal: Jack and Roberta Weiss...Has two siblings, Max (16) and Jody (27).

SULLIVAN Fr. - Attack - 5-11 - 170 Stafford, VA North Stafford High School All-American High School: One of the best players in the country...Recieved High School All-American honors as a senior as well as being named team MVP...Also was a four year member of the varsity hockey team...Won the Virginia State Championship in ‘04. Personal: Son of Terry and Wanda Sullivan...Has two brothers, Brendan (16), and Connor (12).

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY RECORDS..........................................................................................................................................28 LACROSSE ALL-AMERICANS.....................................................................................................29 SOME OF THE FINEST IN THE COUNTRY................................................................................30 ALL-ODAC STANDOUTS/COACHING RECORDS.................................................................31 H-SC LACROSSE ALUMNI...................................................................................................32-33 2004 STATISTICS & RESULTS.................................................................................................34 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE HALL OF FAME......................................................................35 WHERE TO FIND US......................................................................................................................36

Senior captain Sean McChesney (left) and sophomore Michael Via (right) will lead the Tiger attack in ‘05. 27


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Most Goals

Career Leaders

Records

202 • John Gibson (1979-82) 163 • Chris Lucas (2000-03) 160 • Chamie Burroughs (1996-99) 157 • Jeff Jackson (1985-88) 131 • Ed Curry (1992-95) 115 • Brad Johnson (1986-89) 104 • Rob Bonaventura (1980-83)

Gammon Cup Winners

(Hampden-Sydney Student-Athlete of the Year) 1988: Brett Bennett 1994: Thacher Worthen 1998: James V. Worthen 2001: Huston Green

Most Assists

Huston Green, ‘01

90 • Tommy Whiteley (1986-89) 70 • Rob Bonaventura (1979-82) 69 • Chris Lucas (2000-03) 64 • John Gibson (1979-82) 63 • Ed Curry (1992-95) 61 • Jason Rostan (2000-03) 59 • Jon Hardy (1992-95)

Most Points

266 • John Gibson (1979-82) 232 • Chris Lucas (2000-03) 208 • Jeff Jackson (1985-88) 194 • Ed Curry (1992-95) 194 • Chamie Burroughs (1996-99) 174 • Rob Bonaventura (1980-83) 167 • Brad Johnson (1986-89)

Most Groundballs

428 • Jamie Worthen (1995-98)

Miscellaneous Team Marks

Most wins in a season: 13, 2002 Most consecutive wins: 15, 1988-89 Most goals in a season: 197, 1991 Most goals scored in a game: 26, vs. Lynchburg in 1977 vs. Susquehann in 2003

All-Time Single-Game

Individual Marks Most Goals: 11, Rob Bonaventura (1982) Most Assists: 9, David Corrigan (1977)

NCAA Tournament

1982: First round, L, Hobart College, 11-21 1989: First round, L, Washington College, 5-12 1995: First round, L, Salisbury State, 8-23 1998: Second Round, L, Washington Col., 9-13 1999: First Round, W, Lynchburg, 17-9 Second Round, L, Salisbury State, 10-15 2001: First round, L, Denison, 5-10 2002: First round, L, Salisbury, 8-15 2003: First round, W, Washington Col., 10-8 Second Round, L, Whittier, 15-19

Brett Bennett ‘88

Thacher Worthen ‘94

Single-Season Leaders Most Goals 56 • John Gibson (1982) 49 • Chris Lucas (2001) 48 • John Gibson (1981) 46 • Ed Curry (1995) 46 • Chamie Burroughs (1998) 45 • Brad Johnson (1989) 45 • Jeff Jackson (1988) Most Assists 43 • Tommy Whiteley (1989) 36 • Rob Bonaventura (1982) 34 • Joe Turco (1996) 32 • Nick Piraino (2001) 27 • Tommy Whiteley (1988) 26 • Jody Garliss (1998) 25 • David Corrigan (1977) 24 • Jon Hardy (1994) 24 • Jason Rostan (2002) Most Points 78 • Rob Bonaventura (1982) 75 • John Gibson (1982) 68 • Brad Johnson (1989) 65 • John Gibson (1981) 65 • Tommy Whiteley (1989) Most Groundballs 156 • Jamie Worthen (1997) 123 • Tom Oast (2000)

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James Worthen ‘98

Midfielder Leaders

Midfielder Season Points 62 • Jeff Jackson, 1988 (45/17) 52 • Benton Downer, 1977 48 • Randy Ashton, 2000 (36/12) 47 • Jason Rostan, 2002 (23/24) 46 • Jim Cardillo, 1994 (25/21) 43 • Jason Rostan, 2003 (21/22) 40 • Doug Palmer, 1999 (29/11) 38 • Chris Bissinger, 1995 (23/15) 38 • Jason Rostan, 2001 (26/12) 36 • Phil Dick, 2002 (31/5) 35 • Darren Burns, 1986 (20/15) 32 • Dennis Lee, 1987 (20/12) Midfielder Career Points 208 • Jeff Jackson, 1985-1988 143 • Jason Rostan, 2000-2003 134 • Doug Palmer, 1996-1999 106 • Chris Bissinger, 1992-1995 102 • Phil Dick, 2000-2003


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Lacrosse All-Americans

Listed below is a list of all of the Tigers’ All-Americans. There have been 42 All-America and two Academic All-America awards presented to members of the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team. The Tiger lacrosse program boasts a proud tradition of All-American’s as at least one Tiger has earned All-American status nine years in a row. 2004 Chris Schaaf, Attack, Honorable Mention

1998 *Jamie Worthen, Defense, First Team Doug Palmer, Midfield, Third Team Chamie Burroughs, Attack, Third Team Ward Smith, Defense, Third Team Scott Ketcham, Goal, Honorable Mention

2003 Chris Biddison, Defense, Second Team Jason Rostan, Midfield, Second Team Chris Lucas, Attack, Third Team Jeremy Bull, Goal, Honorable Mention Phil Dick, Midfield, Honorable Mention

1997 Jamie Worthen, Defense, Honorable Mention Chamie Burroughs, Attack, Honorable Mention

2002 Chris Biddison, Defense, First Team Jason Rostan, Midfield, First Team Chris Lucas, Attack, Honorable Mention Jason Archbell, Defense, Honorable Mention

1996 Jamie Worthen, Defense, Honorable Mention 1995 Chris Bissinger, Midfield, Second Team Ed Curry, Attack, Third Team

2001 John Neely, Attack, Honorable Mention Chris Lucas, Attack, Honorable Mention Chris Biddison, Defense, Honorable Mention Scott Fava, Goal, Honorable Mention

1994 Ed Curry, Attack, Honorable Mention 1993 Thacher Worthen, Defense, Honorable Mention

2000 Tom Oast, Defense, First Team Randy Ashton, Midfield, Honorable Mention

1991 Carter Redd, Goal, Honorable Mention

1999 Doug Palmer, Midfield, Second Team Chamie Burroughs, Attack, Third Team Ward Smith, Defense, Third Team Tom Oast, Defense, Third Team Scott Ketcham, Goal, Honorable Mention

1989 Brad Johnson, Attack, Honorable Mention Bo Coyner, Defense, Honorable Mention 1988 Jeff Jackson, Midfield, First Team Chris Wilkinson, Goal, Honorable Mention 1987 Jeff Jackson, Midfield, Second Team 1983 Ted Chambers, Defense, Honorable Mention Rob Bonaventura, Attack, Honorable Mention 1982 Ted Chambers, Defense, Honorable Mention John Gibson, Attack, Honorable Mention

*Jamie Worthen was the recipient of the 1998 William B. Stiles Award as the National Defensive Player of the Year. He is Hampden-Sydney’s only National Player of the Year at any position. Worthen recently graduated from the University of Alabama Medical School and is currently entering his residency in orthopaedic surgery.

Academic All-Americans 1999 Ward Smith 1998 Jamie Worthen

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY Some of the Finest in the Country

Chris Lucas (2003), finished his career as H-SC’s second all-time leading scorer, claimed USILA AllAmerica honors three times and All-ODAC honors four times. He is currently a graduate student majoring in atomic physics at Old Dominion University.

Jason Rostan (2003) earned First Team All-America honors in 2002 and second team accolades in 2003. He was the ODAC Player of the Year in 2002. He is now an assistant coach at Hampden-Sydney.

Tom Oast was a First-Team AllAmerican in 2000 and was named ODAC Player of the Year. He joined the military and has recently become a Navy Seal.

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Jamie Worthen was the 1998 National Defenseman of the Year. He also went on to earn All-America honors. He recently graduated from the University of Alabama Medical School and is completing his residency in othopaedics.


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY All-ODAC Standouts/Coaching Records

1981 John Gibson, Attack, First Team Bill Carrington, Midfield, First Team Jeff Stedfast, Defense, First Team

2000 Tom Oast*, Senior, First Team Randy Ashton, Midfield, First Team Chris Lucas, Attack, First Team

1982 John Gibson, Attack, First Team Rob Bonaventura, Attack, First Team Bryant McGann, Midfield, First Team Jeff Stedfast, Defense, First Team George Gleusner, Goal, First Team

2001 John Neely, Attack, First Team Chris Lucas, Attack, First Team Chris Biddison, Defense, First Team Scott Fava, Goal, First Team Jason Archbell, Defense, Second Team Jason Rostan, Midfield, Second Team

1983 Rob Bonaventura, Attack, First Team Hunter Craig, Midfield, First Team Ted Chambers, Defense, First Team

2002 Jason Rostan, Midfield, First Team* Chris Lucas, Attack, First Team Chris Biddison, Defense, First Team Jason Archbell, Defense, First Team Jeremy Bull, Goal, First Team Matt Fassnacht, Attack, Second Team Phil Dick, Midfield, Second Team

1984 Dennis Lee, Midfield, First Team David King, Defense, First Team 1985 Jeff Jackson, Midfield, First Team

2003 Jason Rostan, Midfield, First Team Chris Lucas, Attack, First Team Chris Biddison, Defense, First Team Ryan Fasnacht, Midfielder, Second Team Jeremy Bull, Goal, Honorable Mention Matt Fassnacht, Attack, Honorable Mention John MacDonell, Defense, Honorable Mention Will Swink, Defense, Honorable Mention

1986 Jeff Jackon, Midfield, First Team Deane Cheatham, Defense, First Team Chris Wilkinson, Goal, First Team 1987 Jeff Jackson*, Midfield, First Team Rich Wilt, Defense, First Team

2004 Will Albright, Defense, First Team Ryan Fassnacht, Midfield, Second Team Matt Fassnacht, Attack, Second Team Chris Schaaf, Midfield, Second Team

1988 Jeff Jackson*, Midfield, First Team Brad Johnson, Attack, First Team Brett Bennett, Defense, First Team 1989 Brad Johnson*, Attack, First Team Jack Barber, Midfield, First Team Bo Coyner, Defense, First Team Mike Moore, Defense, First Team

*-indicates ODAC Player of the Year

1990 Bat Barber, Attack, First Team

Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

1991 Ed Wilson, Attack, First Team 1993 Chris Bissinger, Midfield, Second Team Thacher Worthen, Defense, Second Team 1994 Ed Curry, Attack, First Team Chris Bissinger, Midfield, Second Team Jim Cardillo, Midfield, Second Team Jimbo Rayphand, Defense, Second Team 1995 Ed Curry*, Attack, First Team Chris Bissinger, Midfield, First Team Pete Sheffield, Attack, Second Team Lach Cheathum, Midfield, Second Team Jimbo Rayphand, Defense, Second Team Ben Heinsohn, Goal, Second Team 1996 T.J. Doremus, Defense, First Team Peter Sheffield, Attack, First Team Jamie Worthen, Defense, First Team 1997 Jamie Worthen, Defense, First Team Chamie Burroughs, Attack, First Team Doug Palmer, Midfield, Second Team 1998 Jamie Worthen*, Defense, First Team Doug Palmer, Midfield, First Team Chamie Burroughs, Attack, First Team Ward Smith, Defense, First Team Scott Ketcham, Goal, First Team

All-Time H-SC Records Coach

Lou Wacker H. Myers H. Myers H. Myers Bill Reid Bill Reid Bill Reid Bill Reid Bill Reid Bill Reid R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan R. Rostan

Coach Ray Rostan Howdy Myers Bill Reid Lou Wacker Totals

1999 Doug Palmer, Midfield, First Team Chamie Burroughs, Attack, First Team Ward Smith, Defense, First Team Tom Oast, Defense, First Team Scott Ketcham, Goal, Second Team

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Years 20 3 6 1 30

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

W-L 183-98 22-18 42-40 1-8 248-164

Ranking — — — — — — — No. 8 — — — No. 12 No. 11 No. 10 No. 7 No. 14 — — — — No. 7 No. 16 No. 16 No. 3 No. 9 --No. 7 No. 6 No. 7 No. 17 Pct. .651 .550 .512 .111 .602


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY H-SC Lacrosse Alumni WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Below is a list of what some of our former players are now doing. Chris Schaaf (2004) All-American All-ODAC

Investment Associate Cambridge Associates Washington, D.C.

Tom Fitzgerald

Consultant Booz Allen Hamilton Economic Business Analysis Team

Chris Lucas (2003) Three-time All-American

Graduate Assistantship Atomic Physics, Old Dominion University Norfolk, VA

Pat Kelly (2000)

Site Engineer/Consultant Summit Enterprises Alexandria, VA

Tom Oast (2000) First-Team All-American

Graduate-US Navy Seal Candidate School Completed BUDs Training Ranked 19 of 134 Candidates San Diego, CA

Fitz Cantrell (1992)

Special Agent, U.S. Navy Criminal Investigative Service Italy

Fitz Cantrell,’92 poses with former President George Bush. Cantrell is a special agent in the U.S. Navy Criminal Investigative Service.

Resident in Orthopaedic Jamie Worthen (1998) National Defensemen of the Year, 2003 Graduate University of Alabama Medical School, Class President First Team All-American Ellis Summers (1997) Academic All-ODAC J.D. University of Richmond Law School

Lawyer Baker, Donaldson, Bearman and Caldwell Memphis, TN

Jake Horstman (1994)

Account Executive Financial Sponsors Group First Union Securities Charlotte, NC

Harry Jones (1994) MBA, North Carolina

Private Wealth Manager Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Atlanta, GA

Paul Landaiche (1994)

Portfolio Manager Merril Lynch Jacksonville, FL

Thacher Worthen (1993) Two-Sport All-American H-SC Gammon Cup MBA Vanderbilt University

Corporate Manager, Coca Cola, Inc. Atlanta, GA

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Jack Barber (1989) H-SC Hall of Fame

Analyst/Money Manager, Dresdener RCM Global Investors, San Francisco, CA

Brad Johnson (1989) All-American ODAC Player of the Year

Director of Trade Development Water Pik Industries Denver, CO

Deane Cheatham (1988) All-ODAC

Realtor Owner Division of Hometown Realty Richmond, VA (Top 3% nationwide)

Richard Wilt (1988) All-ODAC Lacrosse and Football

Vice-President of Investments Solomon Smith Barney Manalapan, FL

Rob Bonaventura (1983) All-American H-SC Hall of Fame

Senior Managing Director/Partner Sands Bros. & Co. Investment Bankers New York, NY

Ted Chambers (1982) M.D., All-American, H-SC Hall of Fame

Surgeon Cardiovascular and Intervention Radiology Fairfax Hospital Fairfax, VA

John Gibson III (1982) All-American, H-SC Hall of Fame

Executive Vice President Ellis-Gibson Development Co. Virginia Beach, VA


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY H-SC Lacrosse Alumni H-SC Lacrosse Alumni in Athletic Careers

Nine Tiger Alumni and Students Represent H-SC in Vail Shootout

Assistant Coach Jason Rostan (2003) ODAC Player of the Year Hampden-Sydney College Two-time All-American Three-time All-ODAC Phil Dick (2003) All-American

Graduate Assistant Coach Washington and Jefferson University

Jason Archbell (2002) All-American

Assistant Coach Virginia Wesleyan College

Andy York (1998) Master’s in Athletic Management Old Dominion

Assistant Manager, ARA Services Raymond James Stadium Tampa, FL

Elliott Dent (1995)

Teacher and Head Lacrosse Coach Memphis University School Six-time State Champions

L-R: H-SC Head Coach Ray Rostan and Karen Rostan (traverling on thier 25th anniversary), Jay Rostan (03), Peter Ellington (04), Vince Smith (06), Randy Ashton (00), Paul Landaiche (93), John Pritzlaff (06), Jeremy Bull (05), Ryan Fassnacht (05), and Jason Archbell (02).

T.W. Johnson (1996)

Head Lacrosse Coach Limeston University 2002 D-II National Champions

(JULY 2004) VAIL, CO - Nine Tiger alumni and present studentathletes represented Hampden-Sydney College as members of the Merrill Lynch team in the Open Division of the Vail Shootout.

Chris Bissinger (1995) All-American

Head Lacrosse Coach Muhlenberg College

Ben Heinsohn (1995)

Teacher and Head Coach Forsythe Country Day School Winston-Salem, NC

J.P. Stewart (1995)

Head Lacrosse Coach Virginia Wesleyan College

Mic Grant (1993)

Associate Head Coach Virginia Military Institute

Mac Freeman (1989)

Vice President of Stadium Operations Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium Denver, CO

Rick Bagby (1979)

Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Bellarmine University Louisville, KY

The Vail Lacrosse Tournament, in its 30th Year, is the oldest tournament in the sport of lacrosse, with well over 1600 men and woman participants. The men’s division is divided into three individual tournaments. There are “open”,”senior”(34-45 years of age) and “Masters”(over 45 years of age) divisions. The Merrill Lynch Team finished fifth of twenty teams in the Open Division of the oldest and largest lacrosse tournament in the sport. Paul Landaiche (HSC ’93), a Portfolio Manager for Merrill Lynch (Jacksonville, FL), organized, coached, and enlisted sponsorship by his Merrill Lynch employer. The team combined nine Hampden-Sydney Tigers with representative athletes from 5 other colleges and universities. Paul will again be organizing the team for its third year of entry in 2005. Brad Johnson (HSC ’89, not shown in photo) participated in the Senior Division of the Vail Tournament. Brad captained the 1989 Hampden-Sydney ODAC Championship team and was the ODAC Player of the Year.

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Lacrosse alumni at the 2003 Alumni Game.


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 2004 Statistics & Results

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE HALL OF FAME

Thacher Worthen, Water Polo, Lacrosse, 1990-93 2004 H-SC Hall of Fame

Worthen earned All-America and Southern Conference Co-Player of the Year in water polo in 1993. He led the Southern Conference in goals despite the fact the Tiger team finished 1-16 in conference competition, which included scholarship programs like Richmond, Arkansas and Dayton, along with non-scholarship Washington and Lee. Worthen played “hole man” which was toughest position to play in water polo as the center of the offense. A four-year starter as a defenseman in lacrosse, he earned USILA Honorable Mention All-America honors and All-ODAC honors in 1993. His forte was “full-field transition” as he was virtually impossible to stop. He once single-handedly cleared the ball through defending national champion Princeton’s “ride” or press nine times. Worthen went on to receive his MBA from Vanderbilt University. He is now a Corporate Director of Marketing for Coca-Cola, Inc., in Birmingham, Alabama.

Rob Bonaventura, ’83 2002 H-SC Hall of Fame Rob Bonaventura is the fifth all-time leading scorer in Hampden-Sydney lacrosse history and he rates in the top-six in goals scored and assists for his career. From 1980 to1983, Bonaventura racked up 104 goals (sixth-best all time) and recorded 70 assists (second-best all-time). In 1982 he registered career numbers with 42 goals and 36 assists (second-best all-time in single season) for 78 points, and is regarded as one of the best all-around individual seasons in Hampden-Sydney lacrosse history. He still holds the Hampden-Sydney record with 11 goals against William and Mary in 1982. He earned Honorable Mention All-American honors in 1983 and was a First Team All-ODAC honoree in both 1982 and 1983. Bonaventura, a political science major while at Hampden-Sydney, is a Vice Chairman for Sands Brothers and Company, Investment Bankers in New York City. His wife, Linda, graduated from Fairfield and they have Rob Bonaventura accepts his Hall of Fame award from Hall of Fame three children, Chris- football player and Board of Trustees member Joe Viar, ‘63 (left), and tian (10), Kelly (8), President Walter M. Bortz III (right) Daniel (5).

John Gibson ‘82 1994 H-SC Hall of Fame The top scorer in Hampden-Sydney’s lacrosse history, John Gibson was the first lacrosse player to be inducted into the H-SC Hall of Fame. Sixteen seasons after his graduation, Gibson still holds the H-SC scoring record with 202 career goals and 266 total points. He also ranks third on the Tiger career list with 64 assists. As a senior in 1982, Gibson set a school record with 56 goals, leading the Tigers to a 12-4 record and the College’s first appearance in the NCAA Division III Lacrosse Championships. He earned All-ODAC honors in 1981 and 1982, and was an All-America in 1982. Gibson was also selected to participate in the prestigious North-South College All-Star Game. Gibson is currently the Executive Vice President for the Ellis-Gibson Development Company in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Jeff Jackson ‘88 1998 H-SC Hall of Fame, 1990 USA Team

Jack Barber ‘89 2000 H-SC Hall of Fame One of the top defensive backs in H-SC’s football history, Barber was a three-time first-team All-ODAC selection on the gridiron. His 16 pass-break-ups as a freshman in 1985 is still a H-SC record, as are his 35 career break-ups. He was in H-SC’s top ten in tackles all four years, including a career-best 66 as a senior. Barber returned punts and kickoffs all four years as well, and his 94-yard kickoff return in 1987 against Guilford is still a record. As a lacrosse player, he was a first-team All-ODAC midfielder in 1989, helping the Tigers to an 11-3 record and NCAA berth. In addition, he was named an alternate for the North-South All-American game and an All-State selection. His senior year lacrosse stats included 17 goals and 7 assists.

Ted Chambers ‘83 2000 H-SC Hall of Fame Although he never played varsity lacrosse at his prep school in Baltimore, in his lacrosse career at Hampden-Sydney Ted Chambers started all four years on the squad. Like his team, never before recognized as a national lacrosse power, Chambers quickly matured into one of the country’s best defensemen. Along with John Gibson ’82 (H-SC Hall of Fame Inductee), Chambers was H-SC’s first lacrosse All-American, earning honorable mention honors in both 1982 and 1983. He was a key member of H-SC’s 1982 team, which posted a 12-4 record, a first-ever national ranking (No. 8), and H-SC lacrosse’s first NCAA tournament appearance. He capped his lacrosse career as one of the few Division III players to start in the 1983 NCAA College All-Star game.

While at H-SC (1984-88) midfielder Jeff Jackson netted 157 goals and was named All-America two times. The 1988 First Team All-America and ODAC Player of the year went on to become one of the most successful players nationally. In 1990, Jackson was the youngest member of Team USA that won a world championship in Perth, Australia. As the five-time captain of the Chesapeake Lacrosse Club, Jackson earned 1991 USCLA Co-Player of the Year honors along with lacrosse great Dave Petriemala. In 1994, Jackson was the sole USLCA Player of the Year. In his final season of field lacrosse, he captained the highly select Team Toyota. Jackson also captained the Baltimore Thunder of the Major Indoor Professional Lacrosse League. He was named All-Pro from 1991-1993 and the teams Most Valuable Player in 1991 and 1992. He retired in 1995 as the team’s all-time leading scorer. Jackson presently works as an Senior Loan Officer for Southern Trust Mortgage in Baltimore, Md. Jeff and his wife Maria have two children, Kevin (4) and Lauren (6).

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HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 2005 Lacrosse Camps

Rising All-American Team Lacrosse Camp

One-On-One Lacrosse School “The Best Playing the Best”

The Rising All-American Lacrosse Camp at Hampden-Sydney College is for individuals and teams. Individuals will be assigned to a team upon registration. The camp features great game competition, and special clinics on shooting, individual offense and defense, goalie play and team concepts. Plus enjoy first class facilities including air-conditioned rooms, swimming and “all you can eat” dining on campus.

The One-on-One Lacrosse School at Gettysburg attracts goalies, shooters, and face-off specialists from all over the country, and is the top conceptual camp of its kind. Goalies get more shots from every conceivable angle, by many different types of shooters. Shooters have the opportunity to improve by working with a wide array of goalies. We also work with players wanting to improve their one on one faceoff ability.

For Boys ages 12-18 committed to playing lacrosse at a top level!

For Boys ages 12-18

Sunday, July 10 - Thursday, July 14, 2005

1st Session: Saturday, June 18 - Tues, June 21, 2005 2nd Session: Sunday, July 31 - Wed, August 3, 2005

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE Hampden Sydney, Virginia

GETTYSBURG COLLEGE Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Rising All-American Team Lacrosse Camps and One-On-One Lacrosse School bring together two of the country’s best lacrosse coaches along with many other talented staff members to share their expertise with boys ages 12-18 each summer. If you want to play with the best while honing your lacrosse skills to the top level, this is the place for you to spend a week or two of your summer break!

Shooting Performance School

With Weight Training and Speed Enhancement July 24-27, 2005 Featuring : Great game competition! Come with your team or as an individual. Special clinics on shooting, individual offense and defense, goalie play, and team concepts. First class facilities, including air-conditioned rooms, swimming, and “all you can eat” dining.

Contact Information Hank Janczyk, Head Lacrosse Coach Gettysburg College 2497 Biglerville Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 Office Telephone: (717) 337-6405 Fax: (717) 337-6528 Home: (717) 677-9458 Email: hjanczyk@gettysburg.edu

Ray Rostan, Head Lacrosse Coach, Hampden-Sydney College P.O. Box 698 Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943 Office: (434) 223-6158 Fax: (434) 223-6348 Home: (434) 392-5972 E-mail: rrostan@hsc.edu

For more information contact Coach Rostan, Coach Janczyk, or go to www.hsc.edu/athletics/lacrosse/camps

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2005 media guide  

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