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Name Bobby Crosby Jake Schrank Nick Valentine Jon O’Hara Stephen Allman Ryan Mahon Colton Wood Matt Bray Greg Herrick Josh Borgelt Kevin McCracken Keenan Hickman Ryan Pearson Ryan Blackwell Clay Orshoski Zach Speelman Justin Baker Chris Songer Anthony Mangano John Grundy Cam Garrison John Croney

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

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

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

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

Wt. 155 170 220 180 205 155 170 180 185 155 220 155 180 185 220 160 205 200 195 155 215 195

Andy Sinclair (1st season) Chris Eggeling, Michael Neczyporuk

Hometown/High School Bethel, CT/Bethel Winchester, VA/Centreville Richmond, VA/Benedictine Yorktown, VA/Grafton Goodview, VA/Roanoke Catholic Monroe, NY/Peddie School Chula Vista, VA/Otay Ranch Woodstock, VA/Claremont Mt. Airy, MD/Linganore Greenville, SC/Mouldin Annandale, VA/Annandale Woodbridge, VA/Freedom Asbury, NJ/North Hunterdon Brambleton, VA/Briar Woods Elkwood, VA/Eastern View Culpeper, VA/Culpeper New Orleans, LA/Jesuit Chula Vista, CA/Otay Ranch North Garden, VA/Monticello Gainesville, VA/Battlefield Plymouth, IN/Culver Military Wilmington, DE/Brandywine

Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 - Roster 3 - Table of Contents/Media Requests 4 - Randolph Staff/Athletic Director 5 - Head Coach Andy Sinclair 6 - Assistant Coaches 7 - 2010-11 Statistics 8 - 2011-12 Preview 9 - ODAC Conference 10 - Randolph Facilities 11 - Player Bio Page 12 - Greg Herrick/Kevin McCracken 13 - Stephen Allman/Ryan Blackwell 14 - John Croney/Jon O’Hara 15 - Justin Baker/Josh Borgelt 16 - Matt Bray/Bobby Crosby 17 - Cam Garrison/John Grundy 18 - Keenan Hickman/Anthony Mangano 19 - Ryan Pearson/Chris Songer 20 - Zach Speelman/Colton Wood 21 - Ryan Mahon/Clay Orshoski/Jake Shrank/Nick Valentine 22 - Records Page 23 - All-Time Records 24 - Season Records 25 - Individual Game Records 26-27 - This is Randolph College 28 - City of Lynchburg 29 - This is Randolph Men’s Lacrosse Back Cover - 2012 Schedule Quick Facts Location: Lynchburg, Virginia 24503 Founded: 1891 as Randolph-Macon Woman’s College Nickname: WildCats Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: Old Dominion Athletic Conference President: John E. Klein Athletic Director: Tina L. Hill Admin. Assistant: Susan Johnson Field: WildCat Stadium Athletic Dept. Phone: 434-947-8536 Head Coach: Andy Sinclair (Lynchburg, 2003/1st Season) Men’s Lacrosse Phone: 434-947-8318 Assistant Coaches: Chris Eggeling, Michael Neczyporuk 2010-11 ODAC Finish: 1-12/0-7 (8th) 2012 Men’s Lacrosse Media Guide Credits Photography: John Shupe, Jamie Chagnon Layout and Design: Jamie Chagnon Cover Design: Jamie Chagnon

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Media Requests Media Requests - Members of the media have seating available at courtside. Requests for seats must be made at least 24 hours before all home contests. No credentials are needed, though, we do ask that you contact Sports Information Director Jamie Chagnon by phone or e-mail to ask for courtside seating. Post-Game Interviews -All players and coaches will be made available for post-game media interviews following a 10-minute cooling down period. Postgame interviews will be down on-site either on court or in the locker room. Interviews with both institution players or coaches must be set up through the SID or team representative. Mid-Week Interviews -Mid-week interviews with players and coaches must be arranged through the Randolph Sports Information Office. The best time to interview coaches is Monday through Friday in the mornings. All mid-week interviews will take place in the office of the team’s head coach. Phone interviews are also permissible. Phone/Internet Services -Wireless internet at the table and press box is available for those that have a laptop through the Randolph College guest sign-on, as well as hard line internet in the “crow’s nest” and press box. Phones are available in the Sports Information Office for business calls only. Fax services are also available in the main lobby for working media and visiting team personnel. Questions? -For further information or if you have questions, please contact Jamie Chagnon at 434-947-8540. Media Carriers - Lynchburg News & Advance - 800-275-8831 PO Box 10129, 101 Wyndale Rd., Lynchburg, VA 24501 - Roanoke Times - 540-981-3221 PO Box 2491, 201 W. Campbell SW, Roanoke, VA 24010 - Richmond Times-Dispatch - 800-488-1885 PO Box 85333, 333 E. Grace St., Richmond, VA 23293 TV Carriers - WSET-TV 13 (ABC) - 434-528-1313 PO Box 11588, Lynchburg, VA 24506

RANDOLPH STAFF/AD Randolph Staff Admissions Office Financial Aid Department Registrar’s Office Alumnae/Alumni House Dean of Students Office

Tina L. Hill

800-745-7692 434-947-8316 434-947-8143 434-947-8102 434-947-8119

Director of Athletics Tina Hill began her fourth year as Athletics Director at Randolph College in 2011-2012. Hill has spent the past 19 years in the field of NCAA Division III athletics, having worked at Cornell College, California Lutheran University,

Athletics Department Director of Athletics Tina L. Hill 434-947-8537 Administrative Assistant Susan Johnson 434-947-8536 Head Athletic Trainer Carolyn Sarson 434-947-8541 Assistant Athletic Trainer Ryan Wildenhain 434-947-8312 Men’s Basketball Clay Nunley 434-947-8487 Women’s Basketball Allison Nichols 434-947-8313 Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Cat Phillips 434-947-8362 Men’s Lacrosse Andy Sinclair 434-947-8318 Men’s Lacrosse Alexis Wagner 434-485-8063 Riding Chris Mitchell 434-384-3231 Tamara Wenning 434-384-3231 Men’s Soccer Bryan Waggoner 434-947-8520 Women’s Soccer Kevin Porterfield 434-947-8538 Men’s Lacrosse Caroline Cubbage 434-947-8512 Men’s and Women’s Tennis Jamie Megginson 434-947-8363 Volleyball Johnathan Willis 434-947-8339


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and Elizabethtown College. Prior to her arrival at Randolph, Hill served as the director of athletics at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, for five years. As the Ram’s first full-time athletics director, she was responsible for the complete administration of the college’s 19 NCAA varsity sports as well as its intramural program. Before her time at Cornell College, Hill served as the associate director of athletics at California Lutheran University from 1997-2002. During that time, she assisted with the administration of the university’s 15-sport athletics program. From 1990-1997 Hill worked at Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania. She began her career with the Blue Jays as an intern before eventually serving as the associate director of athletics and as a staff instructor in physical education during her final four years at the college. Hill received her B.S. in physical education from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and her M.S. in sports management from the University of Richmond. As an undergraduate at Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Hill was a two-time first team all-conference volleyball player. As the Randolph College Director of Athletics, Hill coordinates the daily operations as well as the long-term objectives of the WildCats’13-sport intercollegiate athletics program. Hill is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators and National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics. She has served on various NCAA and conference committees, including a term as the chair of the NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Committee.

Head CoaCh Alexis Wagner Andy Sinclair Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Sinclair was named as the second head men’s lacrosse in Randolph history in July 2011. He comes to the Randolph program after serving as the head boy’s lacrosse coach at Winter Park High School in Maitland, FL. While at WPHS, Sinclair guided his program to a 61-14 record over his four year tenure including three district championships and appearances in the state playoff series three times. Sinclair also has produced numerous collegiate players while at Winter Park.

Before taking the post at Winter Park, Sinclair worked as the top assistant at Christopher Newport University, where he helped develop a new program. Sinclair recruited players that accumulated 34 wins in the first five years of the program at CNU, and was also directly in charge of monitoring academic performance.

Sinclair got his coaching start at his alma mater of Lynchburg, where he served as a graduate assistant while working towards

his master’s degree in educational leadership. As an assistant at Lynchburg, he helped the Hornets capture their second Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) title in 2005, a season where he was offensive coordinator. Sinclair was also on the staff for two NCAA Tournament appearances and coached 11 All-ODAC First Team performers.

Sinclair played his collegiate lacrosse for

the Hornets of Lynchburg, where he helped capture the school’s first conference title in 2003. He was a four-year letter winner for the Hornets, as he scored 15 goals and dished out 11 assists in his career. He earned his bachelor’s degree from LC in the spring of 2003 in sociology.

He has also worked at multiple lacrosse camps

over the years, including stops at the Top Star and Gait Cup Lacrosse Camps in Gettysburg, PA, the Dixie 150 Lacrosse Camp in Gaffney, SC, the UVA Graves Mountain Lacrosse Camp in Charlottesville, VA, and the Notre Dame Lacrosse Camp in South Bend, IN.

Sinclair also attended and started his playing

career at Winter Park, where he starred for the Wildcat lacrosse team.

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ASSISTANT Coaches Chris Eggling Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach Chris Eggeling takes over as an assistant coach for the WildCat men’s lacrosse program in 2012. Eggeling comes to Randolph after a succesful playing career at Lynchburg College, where he was a four-year letter winner. Eggeling was a summer coach for the Beach Dogs Lacrosse Club in Portsmouth, RI from 2009 to the present, where he helped with on-field organization, instruction and demonstration.

While at Lynchburg, Eggeling was a Deans List Honorable Mention for four semesters and was also awarded the four-year Hopwood Scholarship. Eggeling has also worked for Audette, Bazar, Cordiero, & Grasso, Inc. Law Firm as a summer clerk.

Michael Neczyporuk Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach Michael Neczyporuk is starting his third season assisting the WildCats in 2012. Neczyporuk earned his undergraduate degree in political science from the State University of New York at Oswego. Neczyporuk has played lacrosse at the high school, college, and club level.


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2011 Season STATS The Automated ScoreBook Randolph College Overall Individual Statistics All games (as of Apr 04, 2012) Overall: 1-12-0 Conf: 0-7-0 Home: 1-7-0 Away: 0-5-0 Neut: 0-0-0 ## Player


20 11 7 40 6 42 3 13 33 15 16 17 18 12 22 23 24 30 32 9 41 8 44 10 14 25

11-8 18 13-12 11 13-0 11 13-12 10 13-3 7 10-5 4 6-3 4 13-8 2 13-13 1 12-1 0 13-13 0 4-0 0 13-12 0 12-4 0 13-13 0 9-0 0 9-9 0 13-1 0 12-12 0 11-1 0 7-0 0 3-0 0 10-0 0 10-0 0 13-0 0 6-0 0 13 68 13 170

0 18 64 .281 34 .531 1 12 31 .355 21 .677 12 23 63 .175 33 .524 2 12 24 .417 18 .750 6 13 38 .184 26 .684 3 7 13 .308 10 .769 1 5 36 .111 19 .528 1 3 18 .111 10 .556 1 2 1 1.000 1 1.000 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 1 1.000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 1 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 27 95 293 .232 174 .594 88 258 635 .268 368 .580

## Goalie










25 Chris Songer 16 Kevin McCracken 8 Justin Ashby Total Opponents

6-0 13-13 3-0 13 13

30:12 721:31 28:17 780:00 780:00

5 158 7 170 68

9.93 13.14 14.85 13.08 5.23

5 187 5 198 107

.500 .542 .417 .538 .611

0 1 0 1 12

0 12 0 12 1

0 0 0 0 0

TJ Story Bobby Crosby Stephen Allman Cam Garrison Jon O'Hara John Croney Colt Wood Ryan Jarrett Gage Anderson Rashan Colbert Kevin McCracken Keenan Hickman Ryan Pearson Greg Herrick Ryan Blackwell Zach Speelman Justin Baker Anthony Mangano John Grundy Connor Adams Dan McGraw Justin Ashby Stephen George Matt Bray Josh Borgelt Chris Songer Total Opponents





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0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 12 12





0 63 36 10 23-24 0 18 31 4 0 30 54 9 0 14 25 1 0 18 32 5 0 12 15 2 0 12 6 2 3-1 0 21 19 4 1 27 14 17 0 10 14 3 0 63 25 2 1-0 0 2 2 0 0 22 13 11 0-1 0 13 2 4 0 34 8 14 0 2 0 0 8-18 0 9 12 8 0 16 17 5 0 40 16 4 83-121 0 1 5 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 2 4 0 6 1 2 0 11 9 2 0 2 1 0 1 477 365 115 118-165 2 603 258 182 166-118



.489 .750 1.000 .000 .308 .407 .417 .585

3-2.5 3-2.0 2-1.5 3-3.0 2-1.5 2-1.0 11-8.5 2-2.0 1-1.0 2-2.0 2-1.5 1-1.0 1-0.5 2-1.5 1-0.5 1-1.0 39-31.0 67-53.0

Team saves: 1 Goals by Period Randolph College Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total

Shots by Period Randolph College Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total

Shots on Goal Randolph College Opponents

10 53

12 47

24 37

22 33

51 59 81 102 188 166 161 120

68 170

293 635

Saves by Period Randolph College Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total

59 23

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

53 18

51 22

35 44

RAND 1621 8/203 0/0

198 107 Opponent 963 5/193

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total

33 30 112 100

46 88

66 68

175 368

CLEARS: Randolph College -- 216-329 .657, Opponents -- 211-252 .837. MAN-UP OPPS: Randolph College -- 8-63 .127, Opponents -- 12-37 .324.

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11-12 SEASON Preview

This off-season has seen a lot of changes in the Randolph College men’s lacrosse program, mainly the departure of the program’s inaugural head

coach in Scott Ketcham. Ketcham led the program through the first three years of its existence, but first-year head coach Andy Sinclair was hired as the new head mentor as the WildCats push forward.

Sinclair is no stranger to the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC), as he was a four-year player for cross town rival Lynchburg College. His experi-

ence in the conference as both a player and an assistant coach will be vital to the improvement of the WildCat men’s lacrosse team.

“It’s been a great start to the year so far,” said Sinclair. “Things haven’t been that much different from my experience as an assistant and as a head

coach at the high school level. There’s no trick to it really, it’s about working hard, gelling together as a group which will get us to where we want to be.”

The hard work has been evident early on, and the results are also apparent. In the team’s preseason scrimmage, Randolph held its own with York

College of Pennsylvania, falling by only one goal on a shot at the buzzer. The notion that the hard work is turning into results has not gone unnoticed by the players.

“Coach Sinclair is making sure that we’re working hard no matter what,” said sophomore middie John Grundy (Gainesville, VA/Battlefield). “We’re

running every day after practice, getting our conditioning in and building that mental toughness for the fourth quarter that we’re going to need to succeed.”

While Ketcham was one loss that the WildCats had in the off-season, two more are also apparent when looking at the roster. Last year’s leading goal

scorer TJ Story is gone, as is All-ODAC second team defender Gage Anderson. While those losses will certainly sting early on, the players think it’s time for other to shine. One of those players who should answer the call will be junior middie Jon O’Hara (Yorktown, VA/Grafton).

O’Hara returns as a junior after scoring seven goals and dishing out six assists as a sophomore. His dodging skills and ability to create for himself and

others will be vital to the WildCats attack this year. “Offensively, I think a guy like Jon O’Hara will really come into his own this year and start scoring a lot of goals,” said junior pole Ryan Blackwell (Ashburn, VA/Briar Woods).

Continuing to focus on the attack, one has to look at fellow junior Stephen Allman (Goodview, VA/Roanoke Catholic) as the top returning player for

Randolph. Allman had a team-best 23 points as a sophomore, and also dished out 12 assists on the season. “He’s (Allman) someone to look out for this season for sure,” said Sinclair. Sophomore Bobby Crosby (Bethel, CT/Bethel) is back for his second season with Randolph after notching 11 goals as a first-year player. He is also going to play behind the net more, and will look to facilitate a lot of what Randolph is doing.

Junior John Croney (Wilmington, DE/Brandywine) has had a nice camp, and should get a lot of time in the attack, while another face to look for is

sophomore Colton Wood (Chula Vista, CA/Otay Ranch). Wood is extremely athletic and has a howitzer for a shot, but struggled with injuries last year. He will play attack and midfield for the WildCats, something Coach Sinclair is excited about.

“He’s someone that can really shoot it, and he should have an opportunity to get looks as both a middie and attack this season,” said Sinclair.

First-year Clay Orshoski (Elkwood, VA/Eastern View) will get some opportunities to score this season for Randolph, while Josh Borgelt (Greenville, SC/Mouldin) has had a nice camp and will look to have a breakout campaign as a sophomore.

Moving to the defensive side of the ball, you have to start with senior goalkeeper Kevin McCracken (Annandale, VA/Annandale). Though not the most athletic of keepers, he is a fantastic ball stopper that

has been between the pipes for every game since the program’s start in 2008. In front of him, the WildCats should have a strong set of defenders, led by Blackwell and sophomore Ryan Pearson (Asbury, NJ/North Hunderdon).

“I expect a lot out of our defense this season,” said Sinclair. “We have a lot of athleticism on D at the current time and these guys are very intelligent. We’ve taught them an entirely new system than what

they’re used to and they’ve picked it up very nicely.”

Blackwell and Pearson each played all 13 games a season ago, and both have beefed up to handle the rigors of a full ODAC slate. Blackwell was second on the team in caused turnovers with 14, while

Pearson was right behind with 11. Also back this year after starting nine games a season ago is Justin Baker (New Orleans, LA/Jesuit). Baker was out during the fall, and will need time to adjust to the new system.

Another face to look out for defensively is first-year Ryan Mahon (Monroe, NY/Peddie School). The players and coaching staff have been impressed with his athleticism, and expect him to play well. “At the

long stick midfield spot, I really expect Ryan to step up for us,” said Blackwell. “He brings quickness and has really quick feet.”

Senior Greg Herrick (Mt. Airy, MD/Linganore) played in 12 games last season, and is a veteran player that will play a lot defensively, as is sophomore Matt Bray (Woodstock, VA/Claremont). Bray played

mostly during man-down situations last season, but started to get the feel of the college game late last season.

First-year Nick Valentine (Richmond, VA/Benedictine) will also have opportunities throughout the season on defense, as will defensive midfielder Jake Shrank (Winchester, VA/Centreville).

Looking at defensive midfielders for Randolph, two names stick out in Grundy and fellow sophomore Anthony Mangano (North Garden, VA/Monticello). Grundy is a tough, gritty midfielder who should also

get some runs with the top midfield line on offense, while Mangano was a force on the clear last year and is not someone that will be pushed around. Mangano also has a nice shot, and should get some looks on offense as well.

Midfielder Keenan Hickman (Woodbridge, VA/Freedom) is very athletic, and should help getting the ball forward during clears and in also defensively. At the faceoff x, Randolph returns its two main bat-

tlers in Grundy and Zach Speelman (Culpeper, VA/Culpeper).

Grundy won 40.7 percent of his face-offs as a first-year player, but had great games against some of his stiffest competition, including winning more than half of his face-offs against Roanoke College.

Speelman should spell Grundy here and there, and has shown some ability early in his career. Speelman will also serve as the back-up goalkeeper this season.

In the end, the WildCats understand that it is still a work in progress but that doesn’t mean that the goal isn’t still to win. “We’re looking for wins, and wins quickly,” said Blackwell. “These next couples of

weeks are going to be definitive for our program; we have a lot of opportunities coming up.”

Randolph has a schedule that features 15 games, the most in program history. Randolph will play out of conference games against Christopher Newport (Feb. 19), Piedmont College (Feb. 22), Ferrum

College (Feb. 25), Greensboro College (Mar. 3), Mitchell College (Mar. 10) and Albright College (Mar. 13) before opening conference play Saturday, March 17 at Guilford. Playing in ODAC, Sinclair knows the challenge of the ODAC. The WildCats were picked to finish 8th in the ODAC this season.

“It can be extremely challenging but it can be just as rewarding with success,” said Sinclair. “We’ve got to really fight hard to work as hard as we can, mentally and physically, to get an opportunity to cap-

ture our first conference win.”

The home slate in conference features battles with Virginia Wesleyan College (Mar. 28), Washington & Lee University (Mar. 31) and preseason ODAC favorite and 11th-ranked Lynchburg College (April 4).

The team also understands that winning in the difficult ODAC is not an easy task.

“It’s tough, I mean, you’re playing against some of the best teams in the nation,” said Grundy. “This year Roanoke is preseason No. 2, Lynchburg is preseason No. 11; Hampden-Sydney and Washington &

Lee, and they’re all up there too. You really have to have that mental toughness to really not give up against those teams.”


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Celebrating its 36th year of operations, the Old Dominion Athletic Conference

(ODAC) is one of the nation's largest Division III conferences. The 14-member ODAC, including one associate member, stands as the second-largest multi-sport NCAA Division III conference in the country.

The league was formed on May 18, 1975 as the Virginia College Conference

and began operations in September of 1976. (The name chane to Old Dominion Athletic Conference became effective January 1, 1976). Charter members were eight colleges located in the state of Virginia: Bridgewater College, Eastern Mennonite College, Emory & Henry College, Hampden-Sydney College, Lynchburg College, Randolph-Macon College, Roanoke College and Washington and Lee University.

From its initial year of operation through the 1981-82 academic year, the ODAC sponsored competition in 10 men's varsity sports,

including football, soccer, and cross country in the fall; basketball, wrestling, and indoor track and field in the winter; and baseball, golf, tennis, and outdoor track and field in the spring. Women's sports were added prior to the 1982-83 school year. Today, the ODAC has grown to sponsor championships in 22 sports (10 men and 12 women) and houses nine full-time coeducational institutions with three single-gender schools making up the current 13 full-time members.

The conference expanded in the late 1980s, early 1990s and most recently in 1999. Virginia Wesleyan became the 13th member of

the conference in 1988 and began full-scale competition in the league in the 1989-90 academic year. Guilford College, voted into the conference in the spring of 1990, began competing for conference championships in the 1991-92 season. The Catholic University of America (DC) was accepted for associate membership in football on January 12, 1999, and just recently Shenandoah University accepted an invitation to join the ODAC ful-time in 2012-13.

Over the past 17 years the conference and the City of Salem, Va., have gained national attention through hosting five NCAA Division

III championships in football, men's basketball, Men’s Lacrosse, baseball, Men’s Lacrosse and volleyball. The growing list of titles passed out in Salem began in the fall of 1993 with the DIII Football Championship. Through the 2009-10 academic year, the conference and city have hosted 49 NCAA Division III Championships since the '93 Stagg Bowl. This year, the two will serve as hosts to the DIII football, men's basketball and Men’s Lacrosse championships. Governance:

The Conference is governed by a 13-member presidential body consisting of all of the full-time members' CEOs. Dr. Billy Greer of

Virginia Wesleyan is the chair of the ODAC Presidents' Council. In addition to presidential leadership, the conference's day-to-day operations are supervised by its Board of Directors, which consists of all conference member Directors of Athletics. Eastern Mennonite Director of Athletics Dave King serves as the current Board President with Virginia Wesleyan's Joanne Renn serving as President-Elect. Location:

The conference office is located in Forest, Virginia

at 16001 Suite B Forest Road.

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Randolph Athletics And Dance Center The Randolph Athletic and Dance Center (RAD Center) is one of the loudest gyms in the ODAC. “The Den,” the gymnasium in in the RAD Center, plays host to the Randolph men’s and women’s basketball teams, along with the volleyball team in the fall. PER has an elevated seating side, where fans can see all the action unfold. Weight room, athletic training facilities, a five-lane swimming pool and athletic administration offices are also located in the Center. .

WildCat Stadium This new facility was completed in 2009 and plays host to the men’s and women’s soccer and lacrosse teams. WildCat Stadium features a FieldTurf surface which plays like grass but can withstand the pounding of sporting events and intramural contests year round. Also, the field is surrounded by a state-of-theart eight lane track which is used for exercise and training purposes. The Stadium also has a scoreboard and flag presenttion straight across from the seating areas, which are elevated for a superb view of the action. Restrooms are located atop the plaza adjacent to the press box, which features wireless internet. WildCat stadium also boasts one of the more beautiful places to play in the league, with trees surrounding the north and west sides of the Stadium.


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Seniors Greg Herrick

Kevin McCracken

Position: .................Defender Ht./Wt.:...................6-0/185 Year:........................Senior Experience..............3V Hometown:..............Mt. Airy, Maryland High School:............Linganore

Position: .................Goalkeeper Ht./Wt.:...................5-7/200 Year:........................Senior Experience..............3V Hometown:..............Annandale, Virginia High School:............Annandale

2011: Played in 12 games this season on the backline, starting four on defense... picked up 13 ground balls on the season, including a season-best three at Lynchburg...scooped up two ground balls against Hood, CNU and Roanoke...caused two turnovers against both CNU and Hood. High School: Attended Linganore High School in Frederick, MD… was on the indoor track team…ran one varsity season on the cross country team… played lacrosse for three years on the varsity team… started for two seasons.


Personal: Son of Paul and Mary Herrick… Environmental Studies major.

For Herrick’s Career Stats, Click Here


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***2011 All-ODAC Honorable Mention 2011: Had another solid season as the starting goalkeeper for Randolph...started and played all 13 games for Randolph...picked up his first collegiate win against Albion College...had a season-high 24 saves against Hood... chalked up 23 saves against Roanoke College...posted double-digit saves in every game as a junior...led the team with 63 ground balls...had a seasonbest 12 at Lynchburg College...had a .542 save percentage. High School: Attended Annandale High School in


Annandale, VA…one year of cross country… three years of indoor track… four varsity years of lacrosse…one season as captain…Second Team All District from 2006-08…in 2008 team MVP and District Champs. Personal: Son of John and Sharon McCracken… Business major.

For McCracken’s Career Stats, Click Here

Juniors/Sophomores Stephen Allman

Ryan Blackwell

Position: .................Middie Ht./Wt.:...................6-0/205 Year:........................Junior Experience..............2V Hometown:..............Goodview, Virginia High School:............Roanoke Catholic

Position: .................Defender Ht./Wt.:...................5-9/185 Year:........................Junior Experience..............2V Hometown:..............Brambleton, Virginia High School:............Briar Woods

2011: Athletic middie that can score or set up for his teammates...played in all 13 games...second on the team with 11 goals and led the squad with 12 assists and 23 points...all-time leader in points... posted three goals in the final game of the year against Hampden-Sydney...had two goals against Ferrum, Hood and Randolph-Macon...dished out four assists against Albion...had 30 ground balls on the season...had nine caused turnovers, including four against Greensboro. High School: A two-sport athlete at Roanoke Catholic


in Roanoke, VA…was captain and started two years of varsity basketball… captain and starter all four years in lacrosse… four time All Conference…All State…2009 State Championship MVP. Personal: Son of James and Bonnie Allman…Engineering and physics major.

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2011: Had a very good year for the WildCats at long stick middie...very competitive player...started and played in all 13 games for Randolph...had 34 groundballs on the season, fourth best on the team... had a season-high six ground balls at Washington & Lee...had four caused turnovers and four ground balls against CNU...chalked up five ground balls against Hampden-Sydney...had four ground balls and two caused turnovers vs. Randolph-Macon... had 14 caused turnovers on the year, second best on the team. High


School: Was a tri-athlete at Briar Woods High School, VA…varsity wrestler for four years… started three years at 152 lbs…two varsity letters in football…started four years and was captain for two years in lacrosse…All District in ‘07, ‘08, and ‘09…set school records for groundballs and takeaways. Personal: Son of Steven and Patricia Blackwell…BSA- Eagle Scout Award ’08…Communications Studies and Psychology major…announcer for WildCat varsity sports on webcast.

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Sophomores John Croney

Jon O’Hara

Position: .................Attack Ht./Wt.:...................5-11/195 Year:........................Junior Experience..............2V Hometown:..............Wilmington, Delaware High School:............Brandywine

Position: .................Middie Ht./Wt.:...................5-10/180 Year:........................Junior Experience..............2V Hometown:..............Yorktown, Virginia High School:............Grafton

2011: Strong attack that played well behind the net... played in 10 games, starting five times... scored four times and dished out three assists...had a goal and an assist against Greensboro... scored against Lynchburg, RandolphMacon and Hampden-Sydney...had 12 ground balls and two caused turnovers on the year. High School: Attended Brandywine High School in Wilmington, DE…one year of varsity indoor track and soccer…two years on the varsity lacrosse team. Personal: John and Bonnie Croney…on the Ju-

2011: Played in all 13 games as a sophomore, starting in three...buried seven goals to go along with six assists...his six helpers was second on the team...scored his first collegiate hat trick against Aurora...handed out two assists in a win over Albion...had four ground balls against both CNU and Virginia Wesleyan...scored two man-up goals. Before 2011: Played midfield for Randolph…in his first year he played in 13 games…started eight games… scored six goals…had two assists…24 groundballs. High School: started two


diciary Board at Randolph College.

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years of varsity lacrosse for Grafton High School…was a captain for a season… won district championship in 2009. Personal: Son of Mike and Donna O’Hara…Psychology major.

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Sophomores Justin Baker

Josh Borgelt

Position: .................Defender Ht./Wt.:...................5-10/205 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............New Orleans, Louisiana High School:............Jesuit

Position: .................Middie Ht./Wt.:...................5-10/155 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............Greenville, South Carolina High School:............Mouldin

2011: Big, aggressive defender who can play as physical as anyone...loves to throw his weight around...contributed immediately, starting all nine games he played in...caused eight turnovers on the year...chalked up three caused turnovers against Ferrum...posted a pair of caused turnovers in both the Randolph-Macon and Hampden-Sydney games...had nine ground balls on the year. High School: Justin attended Jesuit High School in New Orleans, LA…played three years of varsity football…started two seasons… won


a district championship in football… wrestled one year on varsity…started three seasons of varsity lacrosse…Runner-up in two State Championship games…All State and All District in lacrosse. Personal: Son of Shannon Marie Baker…English and Political Science major… plans on being in the Student Government at Randolph College.

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2011: A very smart, speedy defensive midfielder that runs the field well...played in all 13 games off the bench, mostly on the short-stick defensive side of the ball... picked up 11 ground balls as a firstyear, including three in his first collegiate contest versus CNU...had three ground balls at Virginia Wesleyan... caused one turnover against CNU. High School: Attended Mouldin High School in Mauldin, SC…played attack for the varsity lacrosse team for three years…started two seasons… won Region 2-A All Region Award in 2009


and 2010. Personal: Son of Timothy and Beth Borgelt… Biology major.

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Sophomores Matt Bray

Bobby Crosby

Position: .................Middie Ht./Wt.:...................6-0/180 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............Woodstock, Virginia High School:............Claremont

Position: .................Attack Ht./Wt.:...................5-9/155 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............Bethel, Connecticut High School:............Bethel

2011: Settled into a role on man-down defense and played well...saw action in 10 games as a firstyear...stick skills are his strength...caused two turnovers and had six ground balls on the season... had two ground balls and a caused turnover at Washington & Lee. High School: Matt first attended Claremont High School…for the last two years attended Christchurch High School… started two years of varsity lacrosse …2010 State Champs. Personal: Son of Robert and Pam Bray.

2011: Had a very productive season as a first-year, tying for second on the club with 11 goals... chalked up 18 ground balls on the season...scored a Randolph single-game record five goals against Guilford...netted two goals in both the Roanoke and Albion contests...chalked up three ground balls against Ferrum, Hood and Roanoke...scored his first collegiate goal against Greensboro...played all 13 games, starting all but one. High School: Bobby attended Bethel High School in Bethel, CT…played safety in


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football…wrestled varsity for a season… started at attack all four years for varsity lacrosse… captain for a season…played in Senior All-Star Game… First Team All Conference… Second Team All District. Personal: Son of Bob and Meg Crosby… takes part in BMX and snowboarding…Business and World Economics major.

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Newcomers Cam Garrison

John Grundy

Position: .................Attack Ht./Wt.:...................5-9/215 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............Plymouth, Indiana High School:............Culver Academy

Position: .................Middie Ht./Wt.:...................5-5/155 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............Gainesville, Virginia High School:............Battlefield

2011: Big, physical attack man that has a knack for finding good scoring spots...came in immediately and contributed, starting 12 of 13 games for Randolph...netted his first collegiate goal versus CNU...had two goals and an assist in a win over Albion...scored twice against Aurora... notched two tallies against Roanoke... had 14 ground balls on the year. High School: Cam attended Culver Military Academy in Culver, IN…played two years of varsity football…four years of varsity lacrosse…won State Championship all four years…was a platoon


leader at the Academy. Personal: Son of Jan and Chrissie Garrison…Secondary Education major.

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2011: Become one of the team leaders in only his first season... one of the hardest workers on the squad...gritty face-off man that also excelled on defense... started and played in 12 games as a first-year...picked up 40 ground balls, highlighted by his eight against Guilford...won 83 face-offs on the year...won 16 of 21 draws against Guilford...took 10 of 15 face-off wins from Virginia Wesleyan...was 9-18 against Albion...won Aaron Shacklette award as a first-year. High School:


John attended Battlefield High School in Haymarket, VA…played three varsity years on the lacrosse team…started for two seasons…captain for a season…made Second Team All District in 2010. Personal: Son of John and Kelly Grundy.

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Sophomores Keenan Hickman

Anthony Mangano

Position: .................Middie Ht./Wt.:...................6-1/155 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............Woodbridge, Virginia High School:............Freedom

Position: .................Middie Ht./Wt.:...................6-2/195 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............North Garden, Virginia High School:............Monticello

2011: Fairly new to the sport, but is equipped with alot of physical abilities... speed and quickness are his strengths... played in four games on the season... fired one shot and picked up a ground ball in the Greensboro contest... chalked up a free ball pickup against Guilford. High School: Keenan attended Freedom High School…one year of track…set the school’s record for 100 and 200 meter race… started two years at guard for the varsity basketball team…started a season for the lacrosse team as a midfielder.


Personal: Son of Codell Hickman and Karen Blanchard… Communication major… enjoys playing sports, hanging out with friends and listening to music.

2011: Had a very strong season for the WildCats as a shortstick d-middie...big and of the best players on the team at clears...played in 13 games, starting once...picked up 16 ground balls on the season...had three groun balls in both the Albion and Hood contests...caused two turnovers against Aurora. High School: Anthony was a tri-athlete at Monticello High School in Charlottesville, VA…ran one year of varsity track…started two season of varsity football…also started two years of lacrosse of the varsity team.


Personal: Son of Sam and Holly Mangano…Business major.

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Sophomores Ryan Pearson

Chris Songer

Position: .................Defender Ht./Wt.:...................5-11/180 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............Asbury, New Jersey High School:............North Hunterdon

Position: .................Goalkeeper Ht./Wt.:...................5-9/200 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............Chula Vista, CA High School:............Otay Ranch

2011: Settled in as one of the best defenders for the WildCats...became very consistant towards the end of the 2011 campaign...played in all 13 games, starting the last 12...picked up 22 ground balls...had four ground balls against Aurora, a season-high... had eight games with double-digit ground balls...caused 11 turnovers on the year, including two each in the Aurora, Hood and Randolph-Macon games...will only get better with time. High School: Ryan attended North Hunterdon High School in Annandale,


NJ… a year on the varsity wrestling team…started at 171 lbs… started a year on the varsity lacrosse team. Personal: Son of Glenn and Donna Pearson…Biology major.

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2011: Very instinctual goalie that can make all the saves needed...good on clears...good passer... played in six games as a first-year, making five saves... played just over 30 minutes in net in 2011...look for increased playing time over his career. High School: Chris attended Otay Ranch High School in California…played three years of varsity lacrosse at the starting goalie…was a captain for two years…on the All Star team at Navy Camp in Annapolis…All Conference Division I in San Diego…CO-MVP in 2010. Personal:


Son of Mark and Corrina Songer…Biology major.

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Sophomores Zach Speelman

Colton Wood

Position: .................Middie Ht./Wt.:...................5-6/160 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............Culpeper, Virginia High School:............Culpeper

Position: .................Attack Ht./Wt.:...................5-10/170 Year:........................Sophomore Experience..............1V Hometown:..............Chula Vista, California High School:............Otay Ranch

2011: Played in nine games as a sophomore, all as a reserve...fiesty face-off man that beats opponents with his quickness...won a total of eight faceoffs on the season...picked up two ground balls.

2011: Immensely talented midfielder that struggled with injuries much of his first season...has one of the hardest shots on the team...played in six games, starting three contests...scored four goals and dished out one assist on the year... two goals and one assist against Roanoke College...had three ground balls against Virginia Wesleyan, Washington & Lee and Roanoke...chalked up 12 ground balls on the year...scored once against W&L and RandolphMacon. High School: Colton was a four-year starter for Otay Ranch High



School in Chula Vista, CA…won four letters in lacrosse as a middie… captain for two years… All Conference and broke single season goals scored record for the league in 2008…Team MVP and broke single season point record in conference in 2009…Co-MVP, All County, broke own previous records for goals and points in a single season, and broke goal and point record for a career in 2010. Personal: Son of Kenneth and Kerri Wood…second-degree black belt… physics major.

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Newcomers Ryan Mahon

Clay Orshoski

Position: .................Long Stick Middie Ht.:...........................5-/155 Year:........................First-year Experience..............HS Hometown:..............Monroe, New York High School:............Peddie School

Position: .................Attack Ht.:...........................6-0/220 Year:........................First-year Experience..............HS Hometown:..............Elkwood, Virginia High School:............Eastern View

Before Randolph: Was a three-sport letter winner for the Falcons of The Peddie School ... part of the Triatholon Club. Personal: Is the son of Eugene and Noreen Mahon ... has one sister, Kristen, and one brother, Kevin ... majoring in physics ... came to Randolph for the experience away from home.

Before Randolph: Started for three seasons for the Cyclones of Eastern View HS ... named Honorable Mention All-Evergreen District as a senior ... team captain in 2011. Personal: Parents are Tim and Lisa Orshoski ... has one sister, Brandi, and one brother, Timmy ... majoring in computer science.


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Jake Shrank

Nick Valentine

Position: .................Midfield Ht.:...........................5-7/170 Year:........................First-year Experience..............HS Hometown:..............Winchester, Virginia High School:............Centreville

Position: .................Long Stick Middie Ht.:...........................6-1/220 Year:........................First-year Experience..............HS Hometown:..............Richmond, Virginia High School:............Benedictine


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Before Randolph: Was a four-year letter winner in both football and lacrosse at Benedictine ... earned all-state honors for football ... had 135 ground balls and 12 assists as a senior. Personal: Son of Paul and Lisa Valentine ... has one brother, Matthew ... undeclared major.


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All Time Records SCORING (CAREER) Points 1. 54 2. 36 3. 33 4. 31 5. 30

GOALKEEPING (CAREER) 2010-12 2010-12 2011-12 2010-11 2011-12

Ground balls 1. 179 Kevin Mccracken 2. 123 Ryan Blackwell 3. 105 Stephen Allman 4. 103 TJ Story 5. 96 John Grundy

Points per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 1.83 Colton Wood 2. 1.59 Stephen Allman 3. 1.35 TJ Story 4. 1.20 Bobby Crosby 5. 0.95 Jon O’Hara

(18 games) 2011-12 (34 games) 2010-12 (23 games) 2010-11 (25 games) 2011-12 (38 games) 2010-12

Ground balls per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 4.48 TJ Story (23 games) 2010-11 2. 4.38 R.W. Norris (8 games) 2009 3. 4.00 John Grundy (24 games) 2011-12 4. 3.89 Kevin Mccracken (46 games) 2009-12 5. 3.24 Ryan Blackwell (38 games) 2010-12

Goals 1. 31 2. 29 29 4. 25 5. 18

2010-12 2010-11 2011-12 2010-12 2011-12

Caused turnovers 1. 38 Ryan Blackwell 2. 31 Ryan Pearson 3. 20 Justin Baker 4. 19 Gage Anderson 5. 15 Stephen Allman

Goals per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 1.61 Colton Wood 2. 1.26 TJ Story 3. 0.91 Stephen Allman 4. 0.77 Cam Garrison 5. 0.72 Bobby Crosby

(18 games) 2011-12 (23 games) 2010-11 (34 games) 2010-12 (13 games) 2011 (25 games) 2011-12

Caused turnovers per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 1.24 Ryan Pearson (25 games) 2011-12 2. 1.00 Ryan Blackwell (38 games) 2010-12 1.00 Justin Baker (20 games) 2011-12 4. 0.73 Gage Anderson (26 games) 2010-11 5. 0.52 Matt Bray (21 games) 2011-12

Assists 1. 23 2. 12 3. 11 4. 4 5. 3

2010-12 2011-12 2010-12 2011-12 2011-12

Man-up goals 1. 5 Stephen Allman 2. 4 Bobby Crosby 4 Jon O’Hara 4. 2 John Croney 2 TJ Story

2010-12 2011-12 2010-12 2010-12 2010-11

Man-down goals 1. 1 Gage Anderson 1 Colton Wood

2010-11 2011-12

Game-winning goals 1. 2 Colton Wood 2. 1 Gage Anderson 1 Josh Borgelt

2011-12 2010-11 2011-12

Stephen Allman (31g 23a) Jon O’Hara (25g 11a) Colton Wood (29g 4a) TJ Story (29g 2a) Bobby Crosby (18g 12a)

Stephen Allman TJ Story Colton Wood Jon O’Hara Bobby Crosby

Stephen Allman Bobby Crosby Jon O’Hara Colton Wood John Grundy

Assists per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 0.68 Stephen Allman (34 games) 2010-12 2. 0.48 Bobby Crosby (25 games) 2011-12 3. 0.29 Jon O’Hara (38 games) 2010-12 4. 0.22 Colton Wood (18 games) 2011-12 5. 0.15 Cam Garrison (13 games) 2011 Shots attempted 1. 180 Stephen Allman (31 goals) 2. 135 Jon O’Hara (25 goals) 3. 130 TJ Story (29 goals) 4. 116 Colton Wood (29 goals) 5. 64 John Croney (17 goals)

2010-12 2010-12 2010-11 2011-12 2010-12

Shots per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 6.44 Colton Wood 2. 5.65 TJ Story 3. 5.29 Stephen Allman 4. 3.55 Jon O’Hara 5. 2.48 Bobby Crosby

(18 games) 2011-12 (23 games) 2010-11 (34 games) 2010-12 (38 games) 2010-12 (25 games) 2011-12

Shots on goal 1. 90 Stephen Allman (31 goals) 2. 84 Jon O’Hara (25 goals) 3. 78 TJ Story (29 goals) 4. 63 Colton Wood (29 goals) 5. 39 Bobby Crosby (18 goals)

2010-12 2010-12 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12

SOG per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 3.50 Colton Wood 2. 3.39 TJ Story 3. 2.65 Stephen Allman 4. 2.21 Jon O’Hara 5. 1.56 Bobby Crosby

(18 games) 2011-12 (23 games) 2010-11 (34 games) 2010-12 (38 games) 2010-12 (25 games) 2011-12

Saves 1. 748 2. 6 3. 5 5

2009-12 2010-12 2010-12 2010-11 2011-12

2010-12 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-12

Faceoff W-L pct. (minimum 5 faceoffs) 1. 0.437 John Grundy (167-382) 2. 0.420 TJ Story (50-119) 3. 0.311 Zach Speelman (78-251) 4. 0.304 R.W. Norris (24-79) 5. 0.209 Ian Mchorney (18-86)

Kevin Mccracken (654 GA, 748 saves) Travis Brown (8 GA, 6 saves) Justin Ashby (7 GA, 5 saves) 2011 Chris Songer (5 GA, 5 saves) 2011-12

2009-12 2010

Saves per game (minimum 5 games) 1. 16.26 Kevin Mccracken (46 games) 2009-12 2. 0.71 Chris Songer (7 games) 2011-12 3. 0.04 Team (24 games) 2009-12 Save percent (minimum 5 minutes) 1. .534 Kevin Mccracken 2009-12 2. .500 Chris Songer 3. .429 Travis Brown 4. .417 Justin Ashby

(654 GA, 748 saves) (5 GA, 5 saves) (8 GA, 6 saves) (7 GA, 5 saves)

2011-12 2010 2011

Goals against avg (minimum 5 minutes) 1. 9.55 Chris Songer (5 GA, 31 min) 2011-12 2. 14.62 Kevin Mccracken (654 GA, 2685 min) 2009-12 3. 14.85 Justin Ashby (7 GA, 28 min) 2011 4. 32.00 Travis Brown (8 GA, 15 min) 2010 Most wins 1. 4 Kevin Mccracken (4-42-0) 2009-12 Most losses 1. 42 Kevin Mccracken (4-42-0) 2009-12 Most ties PARTICIPATION (CAREER)

2011-12 2010-11 2010-12 2009 2009-10

Games played 1. 46 Kevin Mccracken 2. 44 Greg Herrick 3. 38 Ryan Blackwell 38 Jon O’Hara 5. 35 John Croney

2009-12 2009-12 2010-12 2010-12 2010-12

Games started 1. 37 Ryan Blackwell 2. 30 John Croney 3. 26 Gage Anderson 4. 24 Ryan Pearson 24 Bobby Crosby

2010-12 2010-12 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12

Minutes played 1. 2511 Kevin Mccracken 2. 2355 Ryan Blackwell 3. 1878 John Croney 4. 1659 Gage Anderson 5. 1536 Ryan Pearson

2009-12 2010-12 2010-12 2010-11 2011-12

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Season Records SCORING (SEASON)


Points 1. 28 2. 23 3. 19 4. 18 18

Colton Wood (25g 3a) Stephen Allman (11g 12a) Stephen Allman (15g 4a) TJ Story (18g) Bobby Crosby (7g 11a)

2012 2011 2010 2011 2012

Goals 1. 25 2. 18 3. 15 4. 12 12

Saves 1. 213 2. 187 3. 185 4. 163 5. 6

Colton Wood TJ Story Stephen Allman John Croney Jon O’Hara

2012 2011 2010 2012 2012

Assists 1. 12 2. 11 3. 7 4. 6 5. 4

Save percent (minimum 5 minutes) 1. .542 Kevin McCracken 2. .539 Kevin McCracken 3. .534 Kevin Mccracken 4. .521 Kevin McCracken 5. .500 Chris Songer

2011 2012 2009 2010 2011

Stephen Allman Bobby Crosby Stephen Allman Jon O’Hara Stephen Allman

2011 2012 2012 2011 2010

Shots attempted 1. 94 Stephen Allman (15 goals) 2. 80 Colton Wood (25 goals) 3. 66 TJ Story (11 goals) 4. 64 TJ Story (18 goals) 5. 63 Stephen Allman (11 goals)

Goals against avg (minimum 5 minutes) 1. 9.93 Chris Songer 2. 13.14 Kevin McCracken 3. 13.19 Kevin McCracken 4. 14.85 Justin Ashby 5. 15.38 Kevin McCracken

2011 2011 2012 2011 2010

2010 2012 2010 2011 2011


Shots on goal 1. 46 Stephen Allman (15 goals) 2. 44 Colton Wood (25 goals) 44 TJ Story (11 goals) 4. 34 Jon O’Hara (12 goals) 34 TJ Story (18 goals)

2010 2012 2010 2012 2011

Ground balls 1. 63 TJ Story 63 Kevin McCracken 3. 62 Ryan Blackwell 4. 56 John Grundy 5. 53 Stephen Allman

2011 2011 2012 2012 2010

Caused turnovers 1. 23 Ryan Blackwell 2. 20 Ryan Pearson 3. 17 Gage Anderson 4. 14 Ryan Blackwell 5. 12 Justin Baker

2012 2012 2011 2011 2012

Turnovers 1. 54 2. 42 3. 36 4. 33 5. 32

Stephen Allman John Croney TJ Story John Grundy Jon O’Hara

2011 2012 2011 2012 2011

Game-winning goals 1. 2 Colton Wood 2. 1 Gage Anderson 1 Josh Borgelt

2012 2011 2012

Faceoff W-L pct. (minimum 5 faceoffs) 1. 0.489 TJ Story 2. 0.472 John Grundy 3. 0.407 John Grundy 4. 0.375 TJ Story 5. 0.316 Zach Speelman

(23-47) (84-178) (83-204) (27-72) (65-206)


Kevin McCracken Kevin McCracken Kevin McCracken Kevin Mccracken Travis Brown

2010 2011 2012 2009 2010

Games played 1. 13 Anthony Mangano 13 Jonathan O’Hara 13 Ryan Blackwell 13 Rashan Colbert 13 Stephen Allman

2011 2010 2011 2010 2011

Games started 1. 13 Nick Randall 13 John Croney 13 Gage Anderson 13 Ryan Blackwell 13 Gage Anderson

2010 2010 2011 2011 2010

Minutes played 1. 840 Gage Anderson 840 Ryan Blackwell 3. 819 Nick Randall 819 Gage Anderson 819 John Croney

2011 2011 2010 2010 2010

2011 2012 2011 2010 2010

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Game Records Individual Game Records

Team Game Records

Most points 1. 7 Colton Wood 2. 5 Bobby Crosby 5 Colton Wood 5 John Croney 5 Stephen Allman 5 TJ Story 5 TJ Story

Huntingdon Guilford College Piedmont College Huntingdon Piedmont College Albion College Greensboro College

Mar 21, 2012 Mar 19, 2011 Feb 22, 2012 Mar 21, 2012 Feb 22, 2012 Mar 12, 2011 Mar 20, 2010

Most goals 1. 7 Colton Wood 2. 5 Bobby Crosby 5 John Croney 5 TJ Story 5. 4 Colton Wood 4 Colton Wood 4 Colton Wood 4 Jon O’Hara

Huntingdon Guilford College Huntingdon Albion College Piedmont College Mitchell College Va. Wesleyan Huntingdon

Mar 21, 2012 Mar 19, 2011 Mar 21, 2012 Mar 12, 2011 Feb 22, 2012 Mar 10, 2012 Mar 28, 2012 Mar 21, 2012

Most points 1. 26 Huntingdon 2. 21 Piedmont College 3. 19 Albion College 4. 13 Mitchell College 5. 11 Roanoke College 11 Guilford College 11 Greensboro College

Mar 21, 2012 Feb 22, 2012 Mar 12, 2011 Mar 10, 2012 Apr 09, 2011 Mar 19, 2011 Mar 20, 2010

Most goals 1. 17 Huntingdon 2. 12 Piedmont College 3. 11 Albion College 4. 9 Mitchell College 5. 8 Guilford College 8 Greensboro College

Mar 21, 2012 Feb 22, 2012 Mar 12, 2011 Mar 10, 2012 Mar 19, 2011 Mar 20, 2010

Most assists 1. 9 Piedmont College Most assists 9 Huntingdon 1. 4 Bobby Crosby Huntingdon Mar 21, 2012 3. 8 Albion College 4 Stephen Allman Albion College Mar 12, 2011 4. 4 Roanoke College 3. 3 Bobby Crosby Piedmont College Feb 22, 2012 4 Greensboro College 3 Bobby Crosby Mitchell College Mar 10, 2012 4 Mitchell College 3 Stephen Allman Guilford College Mar 19, 2011 Most shots Most shots 1. 43 Huntingdon 1. 17 Stephen Allman at Guilford Apr 24, 2010 2. 42 at Guilford 2. 12 Colt Wood Roanoke College Apr 09, 2011 3. 35 Albion College 3. 11 Colton Wood Mitchell College Mar 10, 2012 4. 34 Mitchell College 11 Colton Wood Huntingdon Mar 21, 2012 5. 32 Roanoke College 11 John Croney Huntingdon Mar 21, 2012 Most saves Most saves 1. 27 Marywood 1. 27 McCRAKEN, KEVIN Marywood Mar 06, 2009 2. 25 at Virginia Wesleyan 2. 25 McCRAKEN, KEVIN at Virginia Wesleyan Mar 21, 2009 3. 24 at Greensboro College 3. 24 Kevin McCracken Washington and Lee Apr 17, 2010 24 Washington and Lee 24 Kevin McCracken at Hood Mar 05, 2011 24 at Hood 24 McCRAKEN, KEVIN at Greensboro College Apr 04, 2009 Most ground balls Most ground balls 1. 54 Huntingdon 1. 14 Ryan Blackwell Huntingdon Mar 21, 2012 2. 47 Piedmont College 2. 13 McCRAKEN, KEVIN at Lynchburg Mar 28, 2009 3. 46 Mitchell College 3. 12 Kevin McCracken at Lynchburg College Apr 06, 2011 4. 45 Va. Wesleyan 4. 10 John Grundy Mitchell College Mar 10, 2012 5. 43 Roanoke College 10 Stephen Allman Hood College Mar 17, 2010 43 Albright College Most caused turnovers 1. 6 Ryan Pearson 2. 5 Ryan Blackwell 3. 4 Gage Anderson 4 Justin Baker 4 Ryan Blackwell 4 Ryan Blackwell 4 Ryan Pearson 4 Stephen Allman

Mitchell College Huntingdon Albion College Mitchell College Christopher Newport at Greensboro College Huntingdon Greensboro College

Mar 10, 2012 Mar 21, 2012 Mar 12, 2011 Mar 10, 2012 Feb 20, 2011 Mar 03, 2012 Mar 21, 2012 Feb 23, 2011

Most faceoffs won 1. 16 John Grundy 2. 13 John Grundy 3. 11 John Grundy 11 Zach Speelman 5. 10 John Grundy 10 John Grundy

Guilford College Huntingdon Mitchell College at Randolph-Macon Roanoke College at Virginia Wesleyan

Mar 19, 2011 Mar 21, 2012 Mar 10, 2012 Apr 03, 2010 Apr 09, 2011 Mar 30, 2011

Feb 22, 2012 Mar 21, 2012 Mar 12, 2011 Apr 09, 2011 Feb 23, 2011 Mar 10, 2012 Mar 21, 2012 Apr 24, 2010 Mar 12, 2011 Mar 10, 2012 Apr 09, 2011 Mar 06, 2009 Mar 21, 2009 Apr 04, 2009 Apr 17, 2010 Mar 05, 2011 Mar 21, 2012 Feb 22, 2012 Mar 10, 2012 Mar 28, 2012 Apr 09, 2011 Mar 13, 2012

Most caused turnovers 1. 21 Huntingdon 2. 19 Mitchell College 3. 14 Christopher Newport 4. 13 Albright College 5. 12 Randolph-Macon 12 Hampden-Sydney 12 Albion College

Mar 21, 2012 Mar 10, 2012 Feb 20, 2011 Mar 13, 2012 Apr 16, 2011 Apr 23, 2011 Mar 12, 2011

Most faceoffs won 1. 17 Roanoke College 17 Guilford College 3. 14 Huntingdon 4. 13 Albright College 5. 11 at Randolph-Macon 11 at Guilford 11 Piedmont College 11 at Roanoke College 11 Mitchell College 11 at Virginia Wesleyan

Apr 09, 2011 Mar 19, 2011 Mar 21, 2012 Mar 13, 2012 Apr 03, 2010 Apr 24, 2010 Feb 22, 2012 Feb 24, 2010 Mar 10, 2012 Mar 30, 2011

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THIS IS... Our Proud History Randolph College was founded 120 years ago as Randolph-Macon Woman’s College. •Founded March 10, 1891; first class had 36 students and 12 professors •Was the first women’s college south of Washington D.C. to receive a Phi Beta Kappa charter •Most famous alumna is novelist and activist Pearl S. Buck ’14, winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the Nobel Prize for Literature •In 2007, the school changed its name to Randolph College and welcomed men into the campus community.

Our Students and Faculty Randolph’s students come from 46 states and more than 30 countries. The student body comprises 12% international students and 22% domestic students of color. Randolph students are high achievers, with average SAT scores between 1028 and 1238 and GPAs between 3.2 and 3.7; 28% were in the top 10% of their class, 60% were in the top 25% and 80% were in the top 50%. 92% full-time faculty members hold the highest possible degree in their field. Randolph offers a rigorous liberal arts curriculum in small classes taught by engaged, caring professors, never graduate students. Recently, Randolph College’s professors ranked in the top 20 in the nation in the latest edition of The Princeton Review’s popular guidebook, The Best 373 Colleges: 2011 Edition. Randolph was also named as one of only two Virginia schools by The Princeton Review ranked for best value, placing as one of only 75 private schools on the list. The college was also named one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education. Only about 15 percent of America’s 2,500 four-year colleges and two Canadian colleges were included in the 2011 edition. •Average class size: 12 •Student/faculty ratio: 7:1 •Randolph ranked 10 points higher than the national average for “student-faculty interaction” according to the National Survey of Student Engagement and consistently ranks among the top liberal arts colleges in the country.

Our Classes A Randolph education is global, individualized, and career-oriented. •50 majors and minors ; or you can design your own degree •Global, Honors and Experiential Learning environments bring world focus to every major and requires significant independent research •Seven pre-professional programs in law , medicine , education , physical education and health, and business •Cooperative career programs in engineering and nursing •Unique opportunities like the American Culture Program , the Randolph College: World in Britain study abroad program, the Symposium of Artists & Scholars , and the Summer Research Program •Graduate coursework toward a Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) or the Master of Education (M.Ed.)

Our Town Lynchburg, Virginia is a buzzing college town with small-town charm. •Metropolitan Area Population: over 245,000 •Minutes from hiking and biking trails of Blue Ridge Mountains •Tasty restaurants, clubs and coffee shops galore •Short drive to Washington D.C., Virginia Beach, Raleigh-Durham, or Richmond


2012 Randolph College WildCats Men’s Lacrosse Media Guide

RANDOLPH COLLEGE National Rankings How does Randolph College measure up? To get an unbiased opinion and see how Randolph compares to other colleges and universities, take a look at some of our recent national rankings: • The Princeton Review - Randolph College was one of only 75 private colleges in the nation and one of only two in the Commonwealth of Virginia ranked as a Best Value in the latest edition. • Forbes Best College Buys - Randolph College was the only private college in Virginia named a Best College Buy in the 2009 rankings from and the Center for College Affordability and Productivity (CACP). Randolph College also earned a spot in Forbes America’s Best 600 Colleges list, the Best Liberal Arts Colleges list, and the Best Colleges in the South list. • The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) surveys undergraduates at four-year colleges and universities to assess the extent to which they engage in a variety of good educational practices. Randolph scored consistently and substantially higher than both the national average and the majority of liberal arts schools nationwide. •Colleges of Distinction, which honors a select group of colleges and universities, cited us for excelling in four areas: “Engaged Students,” “Great Teaching,” “Vibrant Communities,” and “Successful Outcomes.” • The Fiske Guide to Colleges, 2010 edition, gave the College high praise for the rigor of its academic programs, naming it one of the nation’s “best and most interesting” colleges. Randolph is one of just 12 Virginia colleges and 330 nationwide to be recognized. The Fiske profile touts Randolph’s strong academic programs, faculty/student relationships, close community, and international focus. • The Princeton Review’s Best 371 Colleges 2010 edition, named Randolph a “Best Southeast College” and lauded the College’s outstanding academics. The diversity of our student body also earned praise as Randolph ranked 12th among all colleges in having a high level of interaction between students of different races and classes. “Admitting highly qualified and well-matched students is a top priority at Randolph,” the authors said, adding that “Randolph is looking for independent, confident students who place a premium on their educations.” • U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges 2010 edition, ranked us 118 out of 266 national liberal arts colleges in the country, placing us in Tier One of their rankings. Randolph was also recognized for the diversity of our student body and our global focus, ranking 7th among those colleges in the percentage of international students on campus. •Barron’s Best Buys in Education placed us in the top 10% of colleges and universities nationwide, based on faculty attention to students, inspiring programs, and opportunities for personal and professional development. Randolph College also shines in other ways... •Randolph is a member of the International 50 , a select group of the top 50 U.S. colleges and universities recognized for international programs and global awareness. •Randolph College is one of only 276 colleges nationwide with a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the most prestigious academic honor society in the United States. •Randolph ranks in the top 10 percent of baccalaureate-granting institutions nationwide in the percentage of students who go on to earn a Ph.D. In Virginia, we top all private colleges and all public institutions except the College of William and Mary. •Over the past eight years, the medical school acceptance rate of our graduates has been nearly 29 percent higher than the national average. •68 percent of our alumnae attend graduate school within five years of graduation.

2012 Randolph College WildCats Men’s Lacrosse Media Guide


CITY OF LYNCHBURG Lynchburg is a scenic city located near the eastern foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Central Virginia. The area has an extensive history beginning with its founding on the James River in the 1760's by John Lynch as "Lynch's Ferry." Today the city has an urban population of over 96,000, including the suburbs of Madison Heights, Timberlake, and Forest. Lynchburg's economy is based on the many high-tech manufacturing companies located here including cellular communications, nuclear energy, and machinery. This manufacturing and research orientation represents a shift from the mill-based economy of the past, which included foundries, shoes, and textiles. Education is well-represented with five area private colleges and a public community college. Health care includes two hospitals, one of which, Lynchburg General, has been recently renovated into a state-of-the-art facility for the next century. Lynchburg is sometimes referred to as "A City Unto Itself", in part due to geographic and cultural isolation, but mostly in reference to the city's historical avoidance of State and Federal entanglements. The phrase was the title of a history book by columnist Darrell Laurant. Mayor- Joan f. Foster At Large Representative- Hudson “H” Cary, III & John Randolph Nelson Ward I Representative- Michael A. Gillette Ward II Representative/Vice Mayor- Ceasor T. Johnson Ward III Representative- Jeff S. Helgeson Ward IV Representative- Edgar James Turner Perrow, Jr. Over 40 sites in Lynchburg are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Lynchburg is the home of Central Virginia Community College, Liberty University, Lynchburg College, Randolph College, and Virginia University of Lynchburg. The Lynchburg MSA also includes Sweet Briar College. Lynchburg boasts examples of Italian Renaissance, Federal, Georgian, Neo-Classical, NeoGothic, Romanesque, Jeffersonian, Queen Anne, Second Empire, Colonial, and Art Deco styles. A number of sites and neighborhoods are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Primary roadways include U.S. Route 29, U.S. Route 501, U.S. Route 221, running north-south, and U.S. Highway 460, running east-west. While not served by an interstate, much of Route 29 has been upgraded to interstate standards and significant improvements have been made to Highway 460. Amtrak's Crescent and Northeast Regional trains connect Lynchburg with the cities of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Charlotte, Atlanta, Birmingham and New Orleans. Lynchburg became the new southern terminus for the Northeast Regional in October 2009. Amtrak's passenger terminal in Lynchburg is located in the track level ground floor of Kemper Street Station. Lynchburg Regional Airport provides service by US Airways Express to Charlotte. In recent months air travel has increased with 7,400 passengers flying in and out of the airport in April 2009—an increase of 97%. With this jump in passengers, flights have been added and the possibility of more carriers and destinations has become more likely. Attractions include Lynchburg Hillcats, Peaks of Otter, Crabtree Falls, Poplar Forest, and Phase 2 Dining & Entertainment.

2012 Randolph College WildCats Men’s Lacrosse Media Guide

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2012 Randolph Men’s Lacrosse Schedule February 19 (Sun.) at Christopher Newport University Newport News, VA


22 (Wed.) Piedmont College (GA)

WildCat Stadium

4:30 p.m.

25 (Sat.) Ferrum College

WildCat Stadium

1:30 p.m.

Greensboro, NC

2 p.m.

10 (Sat.) Mitchell College (CT)

WildCat Stadium

1:30 p.m.

13 (Tue.) Albright College (PA)

WildCat Stadium

4 p.m.

17 (Sat.) at Guilford College*

Greensboro, NC

1 p.m.

21 (Wed.) Huntingdon College (AL)

WildCat Stadium

6 p.m.

24 (Sat.) at Randolph Macon College*

Ashland, VA

2:30 p.m.

28 (Wed.) Virginia Wesleyan College*

WildCat Stadium

6 p.m.

31(Sat.) Washington & Lee University*

WildCat Stadium

3 p.m.

4 (Wed.) Lynchburg College*

WildCat Stadium

6 p.m.

7 (Sat.)

Salem, VA

2 p.m.

14 (Sat.) vs. Berry College (GA)

Charlotte, NC

11 a.m.

21 (Sat.) at Hampden Sydney College*

Hampden-Sydney, VA

1:30 p.m.

March 3 (Sat.)

at Greensboro College

April at Roanoke College*

* - Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) contest All times are EST unless otherwise noted

2012 Randolph Men's Lacrosse Guide  

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