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2011 Navy Lacrosse The Naval Academy

Location Annapolis, Md. Founded October 10, 1845 4,400 Enrollment Midshipmen or Mids Nickname Colors Navy Blue and Gold Conference Patriot League Superintendent Vice Adm. Michael H. Miller, USN Chet Gladchuk Director of Athletics

Navy Lacrosse

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Home Field

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Astroplay (34,000) Surface (Capacity) Press Box 410-268-1489 2010 Overall Record 7-8 Home: 4-3 • Away: 2-4 • Neutral: 1-1 4-2 2010 Patriot League Record Home: 2-0 • Away: 2-1 • Neutral: 0-1 Second Patriot League Finish Runner-up . Patriot League Tournament Semifinal — W, 11-9, vs. 3rd-seeded Lafayette Championship — L, 7-6, vs. top-seeded Army 2010 NCAA Tournament Did Not Qualify 5/5 Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost 15/24

Lacrosse Staff

Head Coach Richie Meade (North Carolina ‘76), 17th Year meade@usna.edu 410-293-5547 Career Record 165-111, .598 (20 Yrs.) Navy Record 138-88, .611 (16 Yrs.)

Assistant Coaches Anthony Gilardi (Ohio State ‘04), Third Year gilardi@usna.edu 410-293-5535 Stan Ross (Loyola ‘96), Fourth Year sross@usna.edu 410-293-5549 Mark Goers (Towson ‘95), 10th Year goers@usna.edu 410-293-5548

Returning Statistical Leaders Category Shots Shot % (min. 30 att.) Shot on Goal % Goals Extra-Man Goals Assists Points Ground Balls Saves % Goals-Against Avg. Faceoff Wins Faceoff %

No. 54 40.7 67.4 22 8 15 37 60 59.3 8.55 64 49.2

Player ‘10 Rk Andy Warner 3rd Andy Warner 2nd Nikk Davis 3rd Andy Warner 2nd Andy Warner 2nd Andy Warner 1st Andy Warner 2nd RJ Wickham 1st RJ Wickham 1st RJ Wickham 1st Logan West 1st Logan West 1st

Sports Information Staff

Assoc. SID/Lacrosse Contact Stacie Michaud Office Phone 410-293-8773 Cell Phone 410-212-3761 E-Mail michaud@usna.edu SID Fax 410-293-8954 Assoc. Athletic Director / SID Scott Strasemeier 410-293-8775; sstrasem@usna.edu Assistant SID Chris Forman 410-293-8774; forman@usna.edu Assistant SID Justin Kischefsky 410-293-8772; kischefs@usna.edu Assistant SID Jeff Barnes 410-293-8771; barnes@usna.edu Assistant SID Matt Muzza 410-293-8778; muzza@usna.edu SID Mailing Address 566 Brownson Road Annapolis, Md. 21402 Web Page www.NavySports.com

Table of Contents

2011 Outlook Quick Facts 2011 Rosters (Alphabetical / Numerical) 2011 Team Photo / Head Shots 2011 Navy Notebook Squad Breakdown Midshipmen Profiles Midshipmen Profiles

2 3 4-5 6-7 8 10-30

Coaching Staff Head Coach Richie Meade Assistant Coach Stan Ross Assistant Coach Anthony Gilardi Volunteer Assistant Coach Mark Goers Support Staff

32-5 36 36-37 37 38

2011 Opponents Opponent Information Army-Navy Rivalry All-Time Series Records

2010 Review Season Review Game Summaries 2010 Navy/National Awards and Honors The Patriot League Patriot League 2010 Patriot League in Review 2010 Patriot League Statistics Patriot League Awards and Honors Patriot League Tournament History Navy’s PL Tournament Record Holders

40-44 45 46-54 56-63 64-66 66 68-69 70 71 72 73 74

The Record Book Navy’s 100-Point Scorers Career Leaders Single-Season Leaders

76-77 78 79

Single-Game Leaders 80-81 82 Miscellaneous Team & Individual Records Class Records 83 Largest Margins - Victory/Defeat 84 Rankings History 85 86 All-Time Season Openers 87 Memorable Navy Lacrossse Games National/Navy Attendance Records 87 88-89 Navy’s NCAA Tournament History 90-91 Navy’s NCAA Tournament Statistics 92 Navy’s NCAA Tournament Record Holders

Tradition The History of Navy Lacrosse Navy’s National Championship Teams National Award Winners All-Americans Navy Award Winners Military Award Winners All-Time Letterwinners Year-By-Year Records NCAA’s Winningest Coaches All-Time Results Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium NMCMS Records

The United States Naval Academy The United States Naval Academy Academy History and Traditions BEAT ARMY! Academic Achievement Community Service Athletic Facilties Annapolis and the Chesapeake Region Chet Gladchuk, Director of Athletics Navy’s Head Coaches Media Outlets Covering the Midshipmen

2011 Navy Lacrosse Breakdown

94-97 98-102 103 104-107 108 109 110-117 118-119 120-121 122-131 132-133 134-137 138 140-141 142-143 144-145 146-147 148-149 150-151 152-153 154-155 156 157 158

Starters Returning Sh/ No. Name Pos Cl Ht Wt Hometown G A Pts CT GB 1 Andy Warner M Sr. 6-1 175 Corning, N.Y. 22 15 37 54 27 6 Nikk Davis M Jr. 5-11 175 Cockeysville, Md. 7 7 14 43 15 44 Michael Hirsch D Jr. 5-11 201 Schwenksville, Pa. 0 0 0 17 26 56 Matt Vernam D Jr. 6-2 209 Shoreham, N.Y. 0 1 1 6 13 Goalkeeper GA GAA Sv Sv% 3 RJ Wickham GK Jr. 5-10 176 Penn Yann, N.Y. 129 8.55 188 59.3 * Sh/CT - Shots shown for offensive players, Caused Turnovers shown for defensive players Additional Letterwinners Returning No. Name 12 Kevin Doyle 27 Brian Striffler 34 Ian Crumley 40 Marty Gallagher 41 Jordan Seivold 42 Tom Mansfield 47 Jay Mann Faceoff Specialist 18 Logan West

Starters Lost No. 13 23 28 40 50

Name Patrick Moran Brendan Connors Joe Lennon Ryan O’Leary Gordon Lawson

Pos M M LSM DM DM D M

Cl Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So.

Ht 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-10 5-11 6-3

Wt 191 191 187 194 175 187 195

Hometown Towson, Md. Virginia Beach, Va. Oakton, Va. Wayne, Pa. Minnetonka, Minn. Port Washington, N.Y. Cockeysville, Md.

Pos M A M A/M D

Cl Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr.

Ht 6-5 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-4

Wt 228 200 202 160 228

Hometown Annapolis, Md. Bellmore, N.Y. Westminster, Md. East Meadow, N.Y. Doylestown, Pa.

FO

Jr.

5-10

185

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Berlin, Md.

G 3 4 0 1 1 0 1

G 28 20 17 9 0

Sh/ A Pts CT 1 4 21 3 7 19 0 0 8 1 2 10 0 1 3 0 0 5 1 2 2 FO FO% 64-130 49.2

GB 0 16 16 16 2 11 3 GB 27

Sh/ A Pts CT 10 38 106 12 32 39 7 24 68 8 17 31 0 0 5

GB 7 20 8 12 13


2011 Navy Numerical Lacrosse Roster Name Andy Warner Nik Mullen RJ Wickham Paul Zimmerman Bryce Dabbs Nikk Davis Taylor Reynolds Brye French Erik Hoffstadt Cade Norris Kevin Doyle Pat Durkin Ryan Warner Austin Heneveld Sean Dinn Brendan Lewis Logan West Austin Miller Sam Eby Tyler Nechanicky Zak Tingley Riordan Nolan Mike Haas Pat McCormick Brian Striffler Michael Jones Matt Morrison JD Walker Harrison Chaires Sam Johnson Ian Crumley Darren Pastrana Chris Talarico Jay Darling Sam Jones Tucker Hull Marty Gallagher Jordan Seivold Tom Mansfield Nolan Hickey Michael Hirsch Pat Kiernan John Muti Jay Mann Evan McGoogan Chris Rixey Nick Moser Matt Steffens Trevor Shafran Nicholas Galanos Peter Rogers Matt Vernam Carlos Hargett Jay Christopher Ben Sampson Sean Price

Yr Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So Fr. Fr.

Pos M DM GK GK M M A M M M M M M A A D M/FO LSM DM A M/FO DM GK A M M M M A LSM LSM DM LSM D A A DM DM LSM GK D LSM GK M M/FO D M D D GK D D FO D LSM M

Ht 6-1 6-1 5-10 5-7 5-10 5-11 5-8 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-11 5-8 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-5 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-4 5-8 6-0 6-2 5-10 5-11 6-7 5-11 5-11 5-5 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-5 6-3 5-8 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-2

Wt 178 199 178 152 169 187 170 205 187 183 196 175 182 190 175 197 185 180 170 190 207 186 189 200 192 190 152 188 184 170 207 199 206 216 165 169 203 182 190 238 199 193 144 196 210 190 181 218 212 152 206 215 195 193 169 185

Hometown / High School Corning, N.Y. / Corning East Wading River, N.Y. / Shoreham-Wading River Penn Yan, N.Y. / Penn Yan Academy Homer, N.Y. / Homer Damascus, Md. / Good Counsel Cockeysville, Md. / Dulaney Babylon, N.Y. / Babylon Deatsville, Ala. / Stanhope Dover, Del. / Caesar Rodney Honeoye Falls, N.Y. / Honeoye Falls-Lima Towson, Md. / Gilman School Germantown, Md. / Good Counsel Corning, N.Y. / Corning East East Hampton, N.Y. / East Hampton Kensington, Md. / Gonzaga Auburn, N.Y. / Auburn Berlin, Md. / Stephen Decatur Rockville, Md. / Walter Johnson Baltimore, Md. / McDonogh Montgomery Village, Md. / Good Counsel Horseheads, N.Y. / Horseheads Annandale, Va. / Bishop O’Connell Blue Bell, Pa. / La Salle College HS Laytonsville, Md. / Georgetown Prep Virginia Beach, Va. / Norfolk Academy Riva, Md. / Archbishop Spalding Bethesda, Md. / Landon Stafford, Va. / North Stafford Ellicott City, Md. / Centennial Ridgewood, N.J. / Ridgewood Oakton, Va. / St. Albans School (D.C.) Edgewater, Md. / St. Mary’s Oradell, N.J. / Bergen Catholic Fort Collins, Colo. / Rocky Mountain Annapolis, Md. / Severna Park Charlotte, N.C. / Providence Wayne, Pa. / The Haverford School Minnetonka, Minn. / The Blake School Port Washington, N.Y. / Chaminade Garden City, N.Y. / Chaminade Schwenksville, Pa. / Perkiomen Valley Ridgewood, N.J. / Ridgewood Mountain Lakes, N.J. / Mountain Lakes Cockeysville, Md. / Dulaney Cranberry Township, Pa. / Seneca Valley California, Md. / St. Mary’s Ryken Puyallup, Wash. / Emerald Ridge Chestertown, Md. / Queen Anne’s County Great Falls, Va. / Langley Atkinson, N.H. / Brooks School San Diego, Calif. / Rancho Bernardo Shoreham, N.Y. / Shoreham-Wading River San Marcos, Calif. / San Marcos Winston-Salem, N.C. / Episcopal (Va.) Doylestown, Pa. / Emmaus Millersville, Md. / Severna Park

Head Coach: Richie Meade (North Carolina ‘76), 17th season at Navy Assistant Coaches: Stan Ross (Loyola ‘96), Fourth season and Anthony Gilardi (Ohio State ‘04), Third season Volunteer Assistant Coach: Mark Goers (Towson ‘95), 10th season

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Alphabetical Roster No 32 58 34 5 37 6 16 12 13 20 8 53

Name Harrison Chaires Jay Christopher Ian Crumley Bryce Dabbs Jay Darling Nikk Davis Sean Dinn Kevin Doyle Pat Durkin Sam Eby Brye French Nicholas Galanos

Yr Fr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr.

60 7 49 54 59 41 52 51 27 36

Sean Price Taylor Reynolds Chris Rixey Peter Rogers Ben Sampson Jordan Seivold Trevor Shafran Matt Steffens Brian Striffler Chris Talarico

Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So.

40 24 57 15 43 44 9 39 33 28 38 45 17 47 42 25 48 19 29 50 2 46 21 23 11 35

22 56 31 1 14 18 3 4

Marty Gallagher Mike Haas Carlos Hargett Austin Heneveld Nolan Hickey Michael Hirsch Erik Hoffstadt Tucker Hull Sam Johnson Michael Jones Sam Jones Pat Kiernan Brendan Lewis Jay Mann Tom Mansfield Pat McCormick Evan McGoogan Austin Miller Matt Morrison Nick Moser Nik Mullen John Muti Tyler Nechanicky Riordan Nolan Cade Norris Darren Pastrana

Zak Tingley Matt Vernam JD Walker Andy Warner Ryan Warner Logan West RJ Wickham Paul Zimmerman

Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr.

Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

Pos Pronunciation A Chairs D LSM E-an M D M NICK A M M DM E-bee M GK guh-LAWN-ohs DM GK HOSS FO HAR-get A HEN-uh-veld GK D M A LSM M A LSM D M LSM A M/FO LSM M M DM GK MEW-tee A NECK-uh-nick-ee DM M DM puh-STRAW-nuh M A D D LSM DM SIGH-vold D SHAF-ren D M LSM tal-uh-REE-co M/FO D M M M M/FO GK GK

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No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 56 57 58 59 60

Navy Rosters


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2011 Navy Midshipmen

Back Row (L to R): Carlos Hargett, Evan McGoogan, Sean Price, Chris Talarico, Trevor Shafran, Erik Hoffstadt, Jay Mann, Jay Darling, Nolan Hickey, Matt Steffens, Michael Jones, Chris Rixey, Peter Rogers, Sam Johnson, Jay Christopher, Darren Pastrana, Ian Crumley. Third Row (L to R): Nicholas Galanos, Nikk Davis, Logan West, Riordan Nolan, Austin Miller, Brendan Lewis, Jordan Seivold, Zak Tingley, Nick Moser, Ryan Warner, Joe Johnson, Nik Mullen, Austin Heneveld, Cade Norris, RJ Wickham, Matt Morrison. Second Row (L to R): Paul Zimmerman, Matt Vernam, Andy Warner, Tom Mansfield, Michael Hirsch, Marty Gallagher, Pat McCormick, Brian Striffler, Mike Haas, Kevin Doyle, Taylor Reynolds. Front Row (L to R): Tyler Nechanicky, Bryce Dabbs, Pat Kiernan, Harrison Chaires, JD Walker, Tucker Hull, Pat Durkin, Ben Sampson, Sam Eby, Sam Jones, John Muti.

1 - Andy Warner

2 - Nik Mullen

3 - RJ Wickham

4 - Paul Zimmerman

5 - Bryce Dabbs

6 - Nikk Davis

8 - Brye French

9 - Erik Hoffstadt

11 - Cade Norris

12 - Kevin Doyle

13 - Pat Durkin

14 - Ryan Warner

16 - Sean Dinn

17 - Brendan Lewis

18 - Logan West

19 - Austin Miller

20 - Sam Eby

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21 - Tyler Nechanicky

7 - Taylor Reynolds

15 - Austin Heneveld

22 - Zak Tingley


2011 Navy Midshipmen

23 - Riordan Nolan

24 - Mike Haas

27 - Brian Striffler

32 - Harrison Chaires 33 - Sam Johnson

34 - Ian Crumley

39 - Tucker Hull

41 - Jordan Seivold

40 - Marty Gallagher

28 - Michael Jones

29 - Matt Morrison

31 - JD Walker

35 - Darren Pastrana 36 - Chris Talarico

37 - Jay Darling

38 - Sam Jones

42 - Tom Mansfield

43 - Nolan Hickey

44 - Michael Hirsch

45 - Pat Kiernan

46 - John Muti

47 - Jay Mann

48 - Evan McGoogan 49 - Chris Rixey

50 - Nick Moser

51 - Matt Steffens

52 - Trevor Shafran

53 - Nicholas Galanos

54 - Peter Rogers

56 - Matt Vernam

58 - Jay Christopher

59 - Ben Sampson

60 - Sean Price

Head Coach Richie Meade

Assistant Coach Stan Ross

Assistant Coach Anthony Gilardi

57 - Carlos Hargett

Volunteer Assistant Mark Goers

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25 - Pat McCormick


2011 Navy Notebook

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2011 USILA Preseason Poll Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Team Virginia (8) Syracuse (3) North Carolina Maryland Duke Stony Brook Notre Dame Cornell Hofstra Princeton Johns Hopkins Army Denver Loyola Georgetown Massachusetts Delaware Drexel Yale Brown

2010 Record 16-2 13-2 13-3 12-4 16-4 13-4 10-7 12-6 9-5 11-5 7-8 11-6 12-5 9-5 9-5 8-6 10-7 10-5 10-4 8-6

Receiving votes: Villanova, Towson, Bucknell, Navy, Ohio State, Lehigh, Harvard, Bryant, Penn, Albany

Italics denotes 2011 opponent

2011 Nike/IL Preseason Poll

Rk. Team 1. Syracuse (10) Virginia (4) 2. 3. North Carolina (1) 4. Maryland 5. Duke 6. Notre Dame 7. Cornell 8. Stony Brook 9. Princeton 10. Hofstra 11. Johns Hopkins 12. Denver 13. Army 14. Loyola 15. Georgetown 16. Drexel 17. Massachusetts 18. Yale 19. Brown 20. Villanova Italics denotes 2011 opponent

2010 Record 13-2 16-2 13-3 12-4 16-4 10-7 12-6 13-4 11-5 9-5 7-8 12-5 11-6 9-5 9-5 10-5 8-6 10-4 8-6 10-5

2011 Inside Lacrosse Preseason Patriot League Poll Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Team Army NAVY Bucknell Colgate Lafayette Lehigh Holy Cross

‘10 Record 11-6 7-8 8-6 3-10 8-6 8-7 5-10

‘10 PL Record 6-0 4-2 3-3 2-4 3-3 2-4 1-5

2011 Inside Lacrosse Preseason AllPatriot League Team

A A A M M M FO DM LSM D D D GK

Tom Perini Garrett Thul Jeremy Boltus Charlie Streep Peter Baum Cameron Lao-Gosney Jake Clarke Marty Gallagher Tim Henderson Bill Henderson Michael Hirsch Jason Neithamer Tom Palesky

Sr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

Lafayette Army Army Bucknell Colgate Lehigh Bucknell Navy Army Army Navy Bucknell Army

Midshipmen Pick Gallagher as 2011 Captain

• Senior defensive midfielder Marty Gallagher has been voted by his peers to serve as the 2011 Navy lacrosse captain. • It is the eighth-consecutive season a member of Navy’s defense has been chosen as the team’s captain ... the trend began in 2004 when long stick midfielder Thomas “Bucky” Morris anchored a Navy squad that would set a school record for wins and play in the National Championship ... Morris was followed by goalkeeper-turned-long stick midfielder Seth DiNola in 2005 and in 2006, Navy was represented by co-captains Matt Russell on defense and Jon Birsner on offense ... Navy’s next three captains all played pivotal roles as close defensemen in the likes of Andrew Dow in 2007, three-time AllAmerican Jordan DiNola in 2008 and Honorable Mention All-American Andy Tormey in 2009 ... last year’s captain, Anthony Arena, provided leadership as a member of the defensive midfield corps.. • Gallagher has played in all 47 games since arriving in Annapolis, but last year was asked to step into a leadership role among the defensive midfielders. Having had the most experience among the d-middies, he helped anchor a defensive unit that was ranked 13th nationally in scoring defense and gave up 8.67 goals per game. In Patriot League play, the Mids surrendered the fewest goals(44) and paced the league with their 7.33 goals per game scoring defense. In 2008, the Mids were ranked third nationally in scoring defense (6.50 gpg) and and seventh (7.69 gpg) in 2009. Individually, he was one of two players on the roster last spring to register doubledigit takeaways, as he caused 10 turnovers in the 15 contests. • Additionally, Gallagher has been a member of the Mids’ man-down defense over the last two seasons. In 2009, Navy was ranked No. 1 in the country, giving up just six goals in 40 attempts, warding off 85.0 percent of the opponents’ extra-man opportunities. This past season, Navy owned a 66.1 man-down percentage. • An systems engineering major, he will graduate in May and be commissioned an Ensign in the United States Navy. His service assignment is Submarines.

The Nation’s Future Leaders

• Each year head coach Richie Meade looks to his senior class to provide leadership for his team ... though a small class of just nine players, the Class of 2011 has been a part of one of the most successful periods in Navy lacrosse history. • In three years, the Class of 2011 has amassed a 28-19 (.596) overall record, including a 13-5 Patriot League mark (.722). • Navy was the co-regular-season Patriot League champion in 2008 when this class of seniors was plebes and captured the 2009 Patriot League Tournament title. • It has twice made NCAA Tournament appearances (2008, ‘09). • It has turned in 10-plus wins in two of the last three seasons. • Meanwhile, this class enjoyed the Mids’ first win over Johns Hopkins since 1974 when the Class of 2011’s Andy Warner scored the game-winner in overtime against the Blue Jays last spring. • The following is a list of Navy’s seniors and their service assignments. Sean Dinn Surface Warfare Kevin Doyle Special Warfare Marty Gallagher Submarines Mike Haas Surface Warfare Michael Hirsch Submarines Tom Mansfield Submarines Pat McCormick Marine Corps Ground Brian Striffler Surface Warfare Andy Warner Surface Warfare

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2011 Navy senior captain Marty Gallagher

The Youth Revolution

• After graduating 19 seniors off last year’s team, 17th-year Navy head coach Richie Meade will field one of the youngest teams in recent memory. • Of the 56 players on the roster, 39 are either freshmen or sophomores ... the plebe class is made up of 27 players alone, easily the largest rookie class he’s had at the Academy. • Meanwhile, Navy’s senior class is made up of just nine members, the third-smallest senior class in his 17 seasons. • With just five starters returning off last season’s squad, Meade is expected to put three freshmen on the field at attack, while newcomer Pat Kiernan will play an instrumental role as either a pole or close defenseman.

Navy Among All-Time Winningest Programs

• Navy is one of just six Div. I men’s lacrosse programs that has produced 700 wins. • With 746 wins, Navy is the third-winningest team in Div. I men’s lacrosse history behind Johns Hopkins (899 wins) and Syracuse (806 wins). • Navy will face three of the other 700-win programs this year in consecutive weekends - vs. Maryland on April 8, vs. Army on April 16 and at Johns Hopkins on April 23.

The 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

700 Club 899 Johns Hopkins (7-8) 806 Syracuse (13-2) 746 Navy (7-8) 723 Hobart* (3-11) 716 Army (11-6) 715 Maryland (12-4)

899-291-15 806-310-16 746-299-14 723-438-20 716-338-7 715-242-4

* Hobart played at the Div. III level prior to 1995


2011 Navy Notebook Commitment Makes the Difference

Navy’s Record Since 2004

Overall Home Away Neutral vs. Patriot League Opponents vs. Ranked vs. Unranked Navy scores 10 or more goals Navy holds opp. to 6 or fewer goals Navy has 30 or more shots Navy holds opp. to 25 or fewer shots Times opp. scores 5 or fewer goals Times opp. takes 20 or fewer shots Goals For Goals Against

By winning %

Rk. Team 1. Virginia 2. Duke 3. Cornell 4. Syracuse 5. Johns Hopkins 6. Notre Dame 7. Navy 8. Georgetown 9. Maryland 10. Princeton

7-yr Combined Record 90-25 94-26 82-26 82-27 79-30 74-29 77-34 69-31 78-37 68-34

77-34 37-13 28-16 12-5 47-9 31-26 46-8 43-3 51-1 65-23 38-7 43 23 1073 771

69.4 74.0 63.6 70.6 83.9 54.4 83.3 93.5 98.1 73.9 84.4 9.8 6.9

2010 Pct. Record 78.3 16-2 78.3 16-4 75.9 12-6 75.2 13-2 72.5 7-8 71.8 10-7 69.4 7-8 69.0 9-5 67.8 12-4 66.7 11-5

A Look at Navy’s 2011 Schedule Date Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Feb. 25 March 1 March 5 March 12 March 15 March 19 March 26 April 1 April 8 April 16 April 23 April 29, May 1

Time 12:00 pm 2:00 pm 7:30 pm 7:00 pm 7:30 pm 12:00 pm 7:00 pm 12:00 pm 12:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 12:00 pm 8:00 pm TBA

* * * * * *

2010 Opponent TV Record VMI 2-13 at Loyola 9-5 at North Carolina 13-3 at Lehigh 8-7 at Bucknell 8-6 Lafayette 8-6 Towson 7-8 at Holy Cross 5-10 Colgate 3-10 at Georgetown 9-5 Maryland CBS College 12-4 Army CBS College 11-6 at Johns Hopkins ESPNU 7-8 at Patriot League Tournament - CBS College

* - Patriot League contest; All game times Eastern bold — home games played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

By wins

7-yr Combined Rk. Team Record 1. Duke 94-26 2. Virginia 90-25 3. Cornell 82-26 4. Syracuse 82-27 5. Johns Hopkins 79-30 78-37 6. Maryland 7. Navy 77-34 8. Notre Dame 74-29 9. Delaware 70-47 10. Georgetown 69-31

Patriot League Success

Pct. 78.3 78.3 75.9 75.2 72.5 67.8 69.4 71.8 59.8 69.0

2010 Record 16-4 16-2 12-6 13-2 7-8 12-4 7-8 10-7 10-7 9-5

• Since joining the Patriot League in 2004, Navy is 479 (83.9) against opponents from the conference, which includes a 11-2 mark in the Patriot League Tournament. • The Mids have lost regular-season contests to ... Army (2) 2008, ‘10 Bucknell (2) 2005, ‘09 Colgate (2) 2006, ‘09 Lafayette (1) 2010 ... while dropping the program’s first Patriot League Tournament contest at the 2008 semifinals against eventual champion Colgate and its second to Army in the 2010 championship contest. • Eight of the nine losses were in games played either at the opponent’s field or at a neutral site. • Navy owns a 24-1 record at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium against Patriot League competition since joining the conference ... the Mids are 181 during the regular season, dropping a 10-9 decision to Colgate in 2009, and 6-0 in the conference tournament. • The Mids have produced undefeated marks in conference action twice, 7-0 in 2004 and 6-0 in ‘07. • Navy has won at least a share of the Patriot League regular-season title in five (2004-05-06-07-08) of the seven years it has been a member of the league. • Additionally, the Mids have claimed the league’s tournament crown five times (2004-05-06-07-09). • 31 different Midshipmen have garnered All-Patriot League recognition, while 19 of the 31 have earned honors multiple times. • In 2008, three-time All-American Jordan DiNola was selected as the Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year ... though Navy has fielded the nation’s top-ranked scoring defense five times since joining the league, DiNola was the first Mid to be named the league’s top defensive player. • Richie Meade was named the 2004 Patriot League Coach of the Year after leading the Mids to a flawless 7-0 mark in league competition ... he received the award a second time after guiding Navy to a 6-0 record in 2007.

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Series Record Navy, 3-0 Navy, 3-2 UNC, 13-12 Navy, 28-1 Navy, 7-3 Navy, 11-1 Navy, 5-4 Navy, 7-0 Navy, 10-3 Gtown, 14-7 UMD, 51-33-1 Navy, 57-29-3 JHU, 55-28-1

National Exposure

• Since the start of 2004, 47 have been televised. 2004 4-2 (6) CSTV 1-1 2005 3-3 (6) CSTV 3-0 2006 3-4 (7) CSTV 2-4 2007 2-3 (5) CSTV 2-1 2008 3-5 (8) CBS C 1-2 2009 5-2 (7) CBS C 3-0 2010 3-5 (8) CBS C 3-3 CSTV/CBS College: 15-11 MASN 1-2

Streak Won 3 Lost 2 Lost 2 Won 25 Won 2 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 7 Won 2 Lost 1 Lost 2 Lost 2 Won 1

Navy lacrosse games ESPN 2-1 ESPN 0-3 ESPN 1-0 ESPN 0-1 ESPN 2-2 ESPN 1-2 ESPN 0-2 ESPN 6-11 WMAR 1-0

WMAR 1-0

MASN 0-1 MASN 0-1 MASN 1-0

• Eight Navy lacrosse games were televised this season, including six by Navy partner CBS College Sports. • CBS College Sports carried Navy’s home games against North Carolina (L, 11-4, Bucknell (W, 8-7 OT), Georgetown (L, 13-12 OT), Johns Hopkins (98 OT) and both Patriot League Tournament contests (vs. Lafayette, W, 11-9; at Army, L, 11-8). • ESPNU aired Navy’s contests at Maryland (L, 11-9) and vs. Army (L, 7-6) at the Day of Rivals event. • Last spring, Navy fans were treated to a pair of thrilling overtime wins by the Midshipmen on CBS College Sports over Patriot League rival Bucknell and longtime foe Johns Hopkins. • In 2009, CBS College Sports aired Navy’s 10-4 upset victory over No. 8 Maryland from Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium ... more than 15,000 fans were on hand to watch the Mids hand Maryland the largest margin of defeat in the series since 1992. • ESPNU carried the 2009 Army-Navy Star Game as a part of the Day of Rivals event at M&T Bank Stadium where better than 20,000 saw Navy earn an 8-4 win. • Lacrosse fans tuned in to CBS College Sports to watch Navy claim its fifth Patriot League Tournament with wins over Colgate and Bucknell in 2009. • The Mids own a 23-24 record when their games are televised (since ‘04) ... Navy is 15-11 on CBS College Sports all-time and 6-11 on the ESPN family of networks ... the Mids are also 1-0 on local Baltimore station WMAR and 1-2 on MASN. • The Mids own a 54-10 record (84.4) in games that have not been televised since the start of 2004.

Navy’s 4-8 4-16 4-23 4-29 5-1

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• CBS College Sports; ^ ESPNU

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• Navy is in the midst of one of its most dominant runs in school history ... since the start of the 2004 season, Navy owns a 77-34 record (69.4). • Navy’s 77 wins over the last seven years are the seventh most in the country, while its 69.4 winning percentage is also the seventh best. • Navy has made appearances in the NCAA Tournament in six of the last seven seasons ... having made six straight from 2004-09, it was the thirdlongest consecutive streak behind Johns Hopkins (38) and Maryland (7). • During that 2004-10 stretch, Navy is 31-26 (54.4) against ranked teams and 46-8 (83.3) against unranked foes. • Since the start of the 2004 season, Navy owns a 1216 (42.9) record against teams ranked higher than it in the USILA Coaches Poll ... against lower ranked or unranked teams, Navy is 65-18 (78.3). • The Mids have posted a 37-13 (74.0) record at home, outscoring their foes, 543-343, during that span ... just 10 teams have reached double digits on Navy’s home field during that stretch. • The Mids are also respectable on road, owning a 2816 record (63.6) in true road affairs over the last seven years and defeating 14 ranked teams in the process ... three of Navy’s 14 road losses have come against unranked Patriot League opponents. • Along the way, the Mids have produced the topthree win totals in school history during this stretch ... in 2004, Navy won 15 games en route to its NCAA Championship game appearance and in ‘05, the Mids produced 12 wins in earning their second-consecutive NCAA Tournament berth ... Navy won 11 games in 2006, ‘07 and ‘09. • The Class of 2007 became the winningest class in school history on March 21, 2007, when it claimed its 45th win in 56 contests ... the Class of ‘07 won 49 of its 64 contests (76.6). • Navy won 10 or more games in a program-record six straight seasons (15 in 2004, 12 in 2005, 11 in 2006, ‘07 and ‘09 and 10 in 2008).


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Attack — 8 32 Harrison Chaires 16 Sean Dinn 15 Austin Heneveld 39 Tucker Hull 38 Sam Jones 25 Pat McCormick 21 Tyler Nechanicky 7 Taylor Reynolds Midfield — 16 5 Bryce Dabbs 6 Nikk Davis 12 Kevin Doyle 13 Pat Durkin 8 Brye French 9 Erik Hoffstadt 28 Michael Jones 47 Jay Mann 29 Matt Morrison 50 Nick Moser 11 Cade Norris 60 Sean Price 27 Brian Striffler 31 JD Walker 1 Andy Warner 14 Ryan Warner

Defensive Midfield — 13 34 Ian Crumley 20 Sam Eby 40 Marty Gallagher 33 Sam Johnson 45 Pat Kiernan 42 Tom Mansfield 19 Austin Miller 2 Nik Mullen 23 Riordan Nolan 35 Darren Pastrana 59 Ben Sampson 41 Jordan Seivold 36 Chris Talarico

Faceoff Specialist — 4 57 Carlos Hargett 48 Evan McGoogan 22 Zak Tingley 18 Logan West Defense — 9 58 Jay Christopher 37 Jay Darling 44 Michael Hirsch 17 Brendan Lewis 49 Chris Rixey 54 Peter Rogers 52 Trevor Shafran 51 Matt Steffens 56 Matt Vernam

Goalkeeper — 6 53 Nicholas Galanos 24 Mike Haas 43 Nolan Hickey 46 John Muti 3 RJ Wickham 4 Paul Zimmerman

Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Senior Michael Hirsch will anchor a Navy defense that was ranked 13th nationally a year ago in scoring defense.

Midshipmen By Class

Seniors — 9 Sean Dinn, Kevin Doyle, Marty Gallagher, Mike Haas, Michael Hirsch, Tom Mansfield, Pat McCormick, Brian Striffler, Andy Warner

Juniors — 8 Ian Crumley, Jay Darling, Nikk Davis, Darren Pastrana, Taylor Reynolds, Matt Vernam, Logan West, RJ Wickham

Sophomores — 12 Jay Christopher, Bryce Dabbs, Brye French, Nolan Hickey, Brendan Lewis, Jay Mann, Evan McGoogan, Austin Miller, Cade Norris, Peter Rogers, Jordan Seivold, Chris Talarico

Freshmen — 27 Harrison Chaires, Pat Durkin, Sam Eby, Nicholas Galanos, Carlos Hargett, Austin Heneveld, Erik Hoffstadt, Tucker Hull, Sam Johnson, Michael Jones, Sam Jones, Pat Kiernan, Matt Morrison, Nick Moser, Nick Mullen, John Muti, Tyler Nechanicky, Riordan Nolan, Sean Price, Chris Rixey, Ben Sampson, Trevor Shafran, Matt Steffens, Zak Tingley, JD Walker, Ryan Walker, Paul Zimmerman.

Midshipmen By State

Alabama — 1 • Deatsville — Brye French California — 2 • San Diego — Peter Rogers • San Marcos — Carlos Hargett Colorado — 1 • Fort Collins — Jay Darling Delaware — 1 • Dover — Erik Hoffstadt Maryland — 19 • Annapolis — Sam Jones • Baltimore — Sam Eby • Berlin — Logan West • Bethesda — Matt Morrison • California — Chris Rixey • Chestertown — Matt Steffens • Cockeysville — Nikk Davis, Jay Mann • Damascus — Bryce Dabbs • Edgewater — Darren Pastrana • Ellicott City — Harrison Chaires • Germantown — Pat Durkin

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• Kensington — Sean Dinn • Laytonsville — Pat McComick • Millersville — Sean Price • Montgomery Village — Tyler Nechanicky • Riva — Michael Jones • Rockville — Austin Miller • Towson — Kevin Doyle Minnesota — 1 • Minnetonka — Jordan Seivold New Hampshire — 1 • Atkinson — Nicholas Galanos New Jersey — 4 • Mountain Lakes — John Muti • Oradell — Chris Talarico • Ridgewood — Sam Johnson, Pat Kiernan New York — 13 • Auburn — Brendan Lewis • Babylon — Taylor Reynolds • Corning — Andy Warner, Ryan Warner • East Hampton — Austin Heneveld • Garden City — Nolan Hickey • Homer — Paul Zimmerman • Honeoye Falls — Cade Norris • Horseheads — Zak Tingley • Penn Yan — RJ Wickham • Port Washington — Tom Mansfield • Shoreham — Matt Vernam • Wading River — Nik Mullen North Carolina — 2 • Charlotte — Tucker Hull • Winston-Salem — Jay Christopher Pennsylvania — 5 • Blue Bell — Mike Haas • Cranberry Township — Evan McGoogan • Doylestown — Ben Sampson • Schwenksville — Michael Hirsch • Wayne — Marty Gallagher Virginia — 5 • Annandale — Riordan Nolan • Great Falls — Trevor Shafran • Oakton — Ian Crumley • Stafford — JD Walker • Virginia Beach — Brian Striffler Washington — 1 • Puyallup — Nick Moser


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Chaires

Crumley

More on Chaires: A 2009 graduate of Centennial High School, Chaires spent the 2009-10 academic year at the Naval Academy Prep School ... attended three different high schools - Centennial, Boys’ Latin and Mt. Hebron - where he lettered once in lacrosse at each ... member of lacrosse teams that won the county title in 2005 and ‘08 and led the team to the state championship game his senior year ... named a High School All-American as a senior after leading the state in scoring, while also being named the Howard County Player of the Year ... he also earned the distinction of being named a finalist for the Markland Kelly Award multiple times ... garnered all-county kudos his senior season ... was a starter on the Baltimore Under Armour All-America Team ... served as team captain of the lacrosse program his senior year ... father was a standout lacrosse player at Princeton (‘75) ... full name is Harrison Dean Chaires ... born July 19, 1990, in Annapolis, Md. ... son of William and Laurie Chaires.

Crumley in 2010 (So.): After not seeing action in a varsity game as a freshman, he started 10 of the 15 games at close defense and saw action in all 15 ... also saw time as a long stick defensive midfielder ... part of a unit that was ranked 13th nationally in scoring defense, giving up 8.67 goals per game ... member of the Mids’ man-down unit that surrendered 20 goals on 59 attempts (66.1 penalty killing %) ... however, over the last nine games, Navy surrendered just eight goals on 29 attempts (72.4) ... the first six games, foes scored 12 goals on 30 attempts ... finished the year with 16 ground balls and eight takeaways ... caused at least one turnover in seven games, including two against Holy Cross ... helped the Mids put together two strong defensive efforts en route to their historic win over Johns Hopkins ... held the Blue Jays scoreless for 19:16 between the end of the first and third quarters, enabling the Mids to take a 6-5 halftime lead ... after Hopkins took an 8-6 lead at 3:40 in the third quarter, Navy held the Jays scoreless the rest of the game (22:30) ... Navy’s defense held Lehigh off the scoreboard in the first and fourth quarters en route to an 8-3 win ... the Mids held Bucknell off the scoreboard for just under 29 minutes between the second and fourth quarters to build a 6-2 lead ... though Bucknell came back to tie the game and force OT, the Mids prevailed, 8-7 ... the defense did a marvelous job of holding Towson at bay for better than 20 minutes in the third and fourth quarters, but gave up the game-winner with six seconds left in the game ... Holy Cross did not score a goal against the Midshipmen until the 5:32 mark in the third quarter, as Navy thumped the Crusaders, 12-3. Crumley in 2009 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player. More on Crumley: A 2007 graduate of St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., Crumley spent the 2007-08 academic year at the Naval Academy Prep School ... a two-sport athlete who was a four-time letterwinner in lacrosse, while picking up three letters as a linebacker on the football team ... led the lacrosse team to the 2007 Interstate Athletic Conference title with a 17-3 record ... two-time All-IAC and All-Met long stick defensive midfielder ... named the Washington D.C. Player of the Year in 2007 ... garnered All-America recognition as a senior and served as team captain ... named St. Albans’ most outstanding graduate ... participated in the orchestra for three years ... father graduated from the Naval Academy in 1974 ... full name is Ian Craig Crumley ... born Dec. 11, 1988, in Stuttgart, Germany ... son of Edward and Joan Crumley ... majoring in Political Science.

FR • A • 5-11 • 184 ELLICOTT CITY, MD. / CENTENNIAL

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Christopher SO • D • 6-0 • 193 WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. / EPISCOPAL (VA.)

Christopher in 2010 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player. More on Christopher: A 2008 graduate of Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Va., Christopher spent the 2008-09 academic year at Salisbury Prep School in Connecticut ... served as team captain of the lacrosse team his senior year ... earned four letters as a linebacker on Episcopal’s football team ... garnered AllState (N.C.) football honors as a junior ... father played football at Duke, while his mother was a standout tennis player at Wake Forest ... full name is Jeffrey Corey Christopher ... born Feb. 24, 1989, in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... son of Jeff and Cindy Christopher ... majoring in English ... named to the Commandant’s List in the Spring of 2010 ... ranked among the top 31 percent of his class (1,180) in academic order of merit and the top 33 percent in overall order of merit.

JR • LSM • 6-1 • 207 OAKTON, VA. / ST. ALBANS SCHOOL (D.C.)

Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2009 ----2010 15-10 0 Total 15-10 0

A --0 0

Pts --0 0

Sh --0 0

GB --16 15

TO --1 1

CT --8 8

G --0 0

A --0 0

Pts --0 0

Sh --0 0

GB --7 7

TO --0 0

CT --4 4

Patriot League Yr GP-S 2009 --2010 6-5 Total 6-5 Career Highs Goals Assints Ground Balls Caused TO

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Davis

Dabbs in 2010 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player. More on Dabbs: A 2008 graduate of Good Counsel High School, Dabbs attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... three-sport athlete who earned three letters in lacrosse while also competing in football and basketball ... garnered Honorable Mention All-WCAC recognition in lacrosse as a junior and first-team kudos as a senior ... also named First-Team All-Gazette as a midfielder his senior season ... served as team captain of the lacrosse squad his senior year ... his father played baseball at Towson ... full name is Bryce Richard Dabbs ... born Aug. 6, 1990, in Rockville, Md. ... son of J. and Megan Dabbs ... majoring in Economics.

Davis in 2010 (So.): A two-year starter at midfield, he has started 29 of the 31 games in which he has played, including each of the last 17 ... concluded the season with 14 points on seven goals and seven assists ... turned in either a goal or an assist in eight of the 15 contests, which also featured four multi-point contests ... in conference action, he turned in eight points on four goals and four assists ... opened the year by scoring a career-high two goals, while adding an assist for a career-high three points against VMI ... dealt out a career-best three assists in the Mids’ win over Bucknell ... fed fellow midfielder Patrick Moran for the game-winner in OT against the Bison ... grabbed a career-high four ground balls in Navy’s comefrom-behind victory at Colgate in OT ... scored his fifth goal of the season in Navy’s loss at Maryland where he shot a season-high six times ... scored a career-high tying two goals against Army ... what would have been his first-career hat trick was disallowed with 37 seconds remaining after the official said he was in the crease ... the official then penalized Army for a push which caused Davis to be in the crease ... dealt out an assist against the Black Knight in the Patriot League Championship ... member of the Mids’ man-down unit that surrendered 20 goals on 59 attempts (66.1 penalty killing %) ... however, over the last nine games, Navy surrendered just eight goals on 29 attempts (72.4) ... the first six games, foes scored 12 goals on 30 attempts. Davis in 2009 (Fr.): A starter on the Mids’ first midfield line in 14 of the 16 games, including the win over nationally-ranked Ohio State ... scored on a diving shot in the Mids’ NCAA Tournament contest against Duke ... had scored all of his points (6) on the road before aiding Bruce Nechanicky’s goal in the fourth quarter against Maryland ... finished the year scoring seven of his eight points away from NavyMarine Corps Memorial Stadium ... pumped in a tough lefty shot from point blank range at Holy Cross for just his second career goal ... scored his first collegiate goal in the Mids’ 10-8 win at Lehigh ... his goal was the first of seven in a row by the Mids in their come-from-behind victory ... dealt out a then personal-best two assists in the Mids’ loss at Bucknell ... also grabbed the first three ground balls of his career in that contest ... produced his first point in a Navy uniform, assisting on Tim Paul’s goal early in the third quarter of the North Carolina contest, giving the Mids their first lead of the game. More on Davis: A 2007 graduate of Dulaney High School in Timonium, Md., Davis spent the 2007-08 academic year at the Naval Academy Prep School ... lettered three times in lacrosse as a midfielder ... led Dulaney to the 2005 Maryland State Lacrosse Championship ... member of the lax teams that claimed the 2004, ‘05 and ‘07 county titles ... served as team captain his senior year ... earned all-country kudos as a junior and senior ... high school teammate of Navy lacrosse teammate Jay Mann, a sophomore midfielder ... full name is Nicholas Randall James Davis ... born June 19, 1989, in Detroit, Mich. ... son of Ronald and Beahta Davis ... majoring in Oceanography.

SO • M • 5-10 • 169 DAMASCUS, MD. / GOOD COUNSEL

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Darling

JR • D • 6-4 • 216 FORT COLLINS, COLO. / ROCKY MOUNTAIN

Darling in 2009 (Fr.), 2010 (So.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player. More on Darling: A 2008 graduate of Rocky Mountain High School, Darling was a three-sport athlete who earned three letters in lacrosse and one in basketball, while also competing as a member of the crew team ... led Rocky Mountain High to the 2007 Colorado State Lacrosse Championship ... member of the 2006, ‘07 and ‘08 lacrosse teams that claimed the Front Range League lacrosse titles ... an All-State (Colo.) selection in lacrosse as a junior and senior ... served as team captain of the lax team his senior year ... placed seventh at the Crash-B World Indoor Rowing Championships in 2007 ... competed in crew as a member of the Fort Collins Rowing Association ... a two-year member (2007-08) of student council ... twice named the outstanding jazz instrumentalist (2007-08) ... grandfather, Charles Darling, played basketball and also competed in track & field at the University of Iowa (1950-52) ... full name is Jay Charles Darling ... born July 20, 1989, in Cambridge, Mass. ... son of Mark and Lori Darling ... majoring in General Engineering.

JR • M • 5-11 • 187 COCKEYSVILLE, MD. / DULANEY

Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2009 16-14 3 2010 15-15 7 Total 31-29 10

A 5 7 12

Pts 8 14 22

Sh 15 43 58

Up GB 0 9 0 15 0 24

TO 8 12 20

G 2 4 6

A 3 4 7

Pts 5 8 13

Sh 9 21 30

Up GB 0 5 0 10 0 15

TO 5 8 13

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Doyle

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Dinn

SR • A • 5-9 • 175 KENSINGTON, MD. / GONZAGA

Dinn in 2009 (So.), 2010 (Jr.): Was not a member of the lacrosse team. 2008 (Fr.): Made his lone appearance of his rookie season in Navy’s 16-3 victory over Holy Cross where he was credited with a turnover. More on Dinn: A 2007 graduate of Gonzaga High School in Washington, D.C., Dinn was a four-year letterwinner in hockey, while garnering three letters in lacrosse ... earned First-Team All-WCAC recognition as a senior, while also being named Honorable Mention All-Met ... earned Honorable Mention All-Met kudos in hockey during his senior year and was the team’s offensive MVP as a junior ... led the hockey team to back-to-back-to-back state titles between 2005-07 ... turned in a combined 56-2-5 record during the three-year run ... member of the National Honor Society ... the oldest of six children ... father was a swimmer at Rutgers and mother played field hockey at William and Mary ... full name is Sean Hathaway Dinn ... born April 19, 1989, in Washington, D.C. ... son of Scott and Sheila Dinn ... majoring in International Relations ... his service assignment is Surface Warfare.

Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2008 1-0 0 2009 ----2010 ----Total 1-0 0

A 0 ----0

Pts 0 ----0

Sh 0 ----0

Up GB 0 0 --- ----- --0 0

TO 1 ----1

G 0 ----0

A 0 ----0

Pts 0 ----0

Sh 0 ----0

Up GB 0 0 --- ----- --0 0

TO 1 ----1

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SR • M • 6-3 • 196 TOWSON, MD. / GILMAN SCHOOL

Doyle in 2010 (Jr.): Played in all 15 games at midfield, including earning starting nods against Holy Cross and Colgate ... turned in three goals and an assist on the year ... punched in a goal against VMI in the season-opener, marking his first goal since March 15, 2008, against Holy Cross ... in his first collegiate start, turned in a goal and an assist against Holy Cross ... scored his first points in an Army-Navy game with his run-and-gun shot to open the second half. 2009 (So.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player. 2008 (Fr.): A reserve midfielder who saw action in eight games as a freshman, including his collegiate debut against VMI in the season opener ... poked in a pair of goals in Navy’s 16-3 victory over Holy Cross played at Texas Stadium, the former home of the Dallas Cowboys ... scooped up two ground balls against Mount St. Mary’s ... also got off two shots on goal against The Mount. More on Doyle: A 2006 graduate of Gilman School, Doyle spent the 2006-07 academic year at the Salisbury School in Connecticut ... earned three letters each in lacrosse and football ... led Gilman to the 2004 MIAA Championship football title with a 9-1 record, while following up with another championship behind a flawless 9-0 mark ... the ‘05 team was ranked No. 1 in the city, state and East Coast, while etching a No. 12 ranking nationally according to USA Today ... garnered All-MIAA and All-City recognition as a junior ... father was a member of the track & field team at William and Mary and his mother played soccer for The Tribe ... brother, Jack, is a sophomore midfielder for the Harvard lacrosse team ... full name is Kevin Patrick Doyle Jr. ... born June 26, 1987, in Baltimore, Md. ... son of Kevin Sr. and Gracy Doyle ... ranks among the top half of his class in military order of merit ... majoring in International Relations ... his service assignment is Special Warfare. Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2008 8-0 2 2009 ----2010 15-2 3 Total 23-2 5 Patriot League Yr GP-S 2008 3-0 2009 --2010 6-2 Total 9-2 Career Highs Goals Assists Points Ground Balls

G 2 --2

A 0 --1 1

Pts 2 --4 6

Sh 9 --21 30

Up GB 0 2 --- --0 0 0 2

TO ----4 4

A 0 --1 1

Pts 2 --3 5

Sh 4 --12 16

Up GB 0 0 --- --0 0 0 0

TO ----2 2

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Durkin

French

More on Durkin: A 2009 graduate of Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in Olney, Md., Durkin attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... named an Under Armour All-American in 2008 ... high school teammate of current Navy lacrosse players Bryce Dabbs (‘13) and Tyler Nechanicky (‘14) ... one of five Durkin family members to play collegiate lacrosse ... brother, Shane, was a two-year letterwinner for Richie Meade’s Mids who graduated from the Naval Academy in 2009 ... brother, Matt, was a four-year (1999-03) starter at Saint Joseph’s and is the head lacrosse coach at Good Counsel ... sister, Emily, played lacrosse at Ursinus (2001-04) and sister, Julia, played lacrosse at Mary Washington (2004-07) ... full name is Patrick Edward Durkin ... born Nov. 30, 1990, in Washington, D.C. ... son of Edward and Anna Durkin.

French in 2011 (So.): One of the rare two-sport athletes at the Academy, he was also a member of Navy’s football team that played in the 2010 Poinsettia Bowl and defeated Army and Notre Dame this past fall ... played in three games at linebacker before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury against Louisiana Tech ... recorded three tackles, including a half a sack in what looked to be a breakout season ... the last Navy football player to also play lacrosse was Jame Doffermyre, Class of 2000, who played lacrosse his sophomore year (13 gms), the final two games of the 1999 season (was voted the team captain of the football team, so his focus was on spring football) and all of his senior year (13 gms). 2010 (Fr.): Saw action in eight games for the Mids, primarily as a rider and on the wings of faceoffs ... picked up a career-high three ground balls against Army in the Patriot League Championship. More on French: A 2008 graduate of Stanhope Elmore High School, French attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... two-sport standout, he earned letters in football (3) and lacrosse (3) ... two-time allcounty football selection (2007-08), who was also twice named the county’s defensive player of the year ... named first-team all-metro as a junior and senior ... served as team captain of the football team as a prep, as well as the NAPS team ... played football at Stanhope Elmore HS and lacrosse at Hoover HS, the same high school that produced former Navy quarterback (‘09) Jarod Bryant and starting cornerback Kwesi Mitchell (‘12) ... Stanhope Elmore did not have a lacrosse program ... led Hoover to the 2008 Alabama State Lacrosse Championship, the program’s first title ... 2008 lacrosse All-American who was the MVP of the 2008 Alabama State Championship ... named a Bamalax All-Star ... graduated as Hoover’s all-time leading scorer ... recipient of the Bryant-Jordan Student-Athlete Award, as well as the Joe Sewell Student-Athlete Award ... prior to moving to Alabama, he lived in Illinois and played his freshman year of high school football at Althoff High School ... grandfather, James Boyd French, played basketball at VMI ... father, Jon, served in the Air Force and is now retired ... full name is James Brye French ... born March 19, 1989, in Merced, Calif. ... son of Jon French ... majoring in History.

FR • M • 6-0 • 175 GERMANTOWN, MD. / GOOD COUNSEL

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Eby

FR • DM • 5-11 • 170 BALTIMORE, MD. / MCDONOGH SCHOOL

More on Eby: A 2010 graduate of McDonogh School in Owings Mills, Md., Eby was a three-sport standout who earned three letters each in lacrosse, football and indoor track & field ... full name is Samuel Keene Eby ... born Nov. 19, 1991, in Baltimore, Md. ... son of Martin and Carole Eby.

SO • M • 6-1 • 205 DEATSVILLE, ALA. / STANHOPE ELMORE

Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2010 8-0 0 Total 8-0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Sh 0 0

GB 3 3

TO 0 0

CT 0 0

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Sh 0 0

GB 0 0

TO 0 0

CT 0 0

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Galanos

FR • GK • 5-8 • 152 ATKINSON, N.H. / BROOKS SCHOOL

More on Galanos: A 2010 graduate of Brooks School in North Andover, Mass., Galanos was a two-sport standout who earned four letters each in lacrosse and hockey ... garnered All-New England and all-league honors in lacrosse his junior and senior years ... Brooks’ leading scorer his junior and senior seasons, he also earned all-league hockey kudos ... served as the captain of the lacrosse and hockey squads his senior year ... member of the hockey team that won the 2008 Massachusetts Select Championship ... member of the Cum Laude Society ... full name is Nicholas Michael Galanos ... born Aug. 30, 1991, in Nashua, N.H. ... son of Michael and Margie Galanos.

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Gallagher

TEAM CAPTAIN • SR • DM • 6-2 • 203 WAYNE, PA. / THE HAVERFORD SCHOOL

Gallagher in 2011 (Sr.): Elected by his peers to serve as Navy’s team captain for the 2011 season ... will wear jersey No. 40 in honor of fallen Navy SEAL and former Navy lacrosse player Lt. Brendan Looney, who was killed in Afghanistan on Sept. 21, 2010. 2010 (Jr.): Among Navy’s talented corps of short stick defensive midfielders who played a prominent role his junior year, seeing action in every game ... ranked No. 2 on the team in caused turnovers with 10, including at least one caused TO in nine of the 15 contests ... member of the Mids’ man-down unit that surrendered 20 goals on 59 attempts (66.1 penalty killing %) ... however, over the last nine games, Navy surrendered just eight goals on 29 attempts (72.4) ... the first six games, foes scored 12 goals on 30 attempts ... part of a unit that was ranked 13th nationally in scoring defense, giving up 8.67 goals per game ... grabbed a career-high tying three ground balls against Loyola and in Navy’s overtime loss to Georgetown ... the Mids put together two strong defensive efforts in their win over Johns Hopkins ... held the Blue Jays scoreless for 19:16 between the end of the first and third quarters, enabling the Mids to take a 6-5 halftime lead ... after Hopkins took an 8-6 lead at 3:40 in the third quarter, Navy held the Jays scoreless the rest of the game (22:30) ... scored a rare extra-man goal in Navy’s come-from-behind win on the

road against Colgate ... followed up with an assist against Georgetown in which the Mids came up a goal short in overtime. 2009 (So.): A short stick defensive midfielders who is also a member of Navy’s man-down unit ... the Mids yielded just six extra-man goals in 40 attempts (.850) ... Navy’s man-down unit finished the season ranked No. 1 nationally, while the Mids were No. 7 in scoring defense (7.69) ... having faced Colgate twice during the season, the Raiders were 0 for 6 against the Mids’ man-down unit ... 0 for 4 in the first meeting and 0 for 2 in the Patriot League Semis ... gave up just one goal against Army in its four man-up chances ... the Mids’ defense held Army to a season-low four goals en route to a 10-4 win in the Star Game ... Navy held Maryland to a season-low four goals en route to a 10-4 upset win ... it was the largest margin of victory by the Mids in the series since 1992 ... helped squelch Georgetown on five of its six extra-man opportunities ... worked together with Zack Schroeder on the faceoff wing to score his first collegiate goal on just his second career shot in the Mids’ win over Holy Cross ... last year, grabbed eight grounds balls in 16 contests, while in eight games in ‘09 he picked up 24 loose balls ... took his first-collegiate shot (on goal) on a transition play by the Mids, only to have it gobbled up by Bucknell keeper Nick Sciubba. 2008 (Fr.): Emerged as a regular in the defensive middie cycle on the field ... competed in all 16 contests, including six conference appearances ... helped Navy secure a No. 3 national ranking in fewest goals allowed per game (scoring defense), surrendering 104 goals in 16 games (6.50) ... going into the NCAA quarterfinals, the Mids had been ranked No. 1 for seven consecutive weeks ... the Mids held 10 of their 16 opponents to seven or fewer goals, winning 22 in a row when achieving this feat ... Navy held seven of its foes scoreless in the opening stanza ... turned in his first-collegiate point when he fed teammate Tim Paul for the Mids’ first goal in their regular-season matchup against Johns Hopkins ... grabbed a season-best three ground balls in Navy’s win over Holy Cross. More on Gallagher: A 2006 graduate of the Haverford School, Gallagher spent the 2006-07 academic year at the the Naval Academy Prep School ... earned four letters each in lacrosse and football ... led Haverford to the 2004, ‘05 and ‘06 lacrosse league championship, while in 2005 it won the state title ... served as team captain of the football team his senior year ... garnered all-city recognition as a quarterback and defensive back ... named to the NAPS Superintendent’s List ... full name is Martin Francis Gallagher III ... born Dec. 28, 1987, in Bryn Mawr, Pa. ... son of Martin and Colleen Gallagher ... majoring in Systems Engineering ... has been named the Commandant’s List in each of the last three semesters, including this past fall when he turned in his highest grade-point average (3.29) since his arrival in Annapolis ... his service assignment is Submarines. Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2008 16-0 0 2009 16-0 1 2010 15-0 1 Total 47-0 2

A 1 0 1 2

Pts 1 1 2 4

Sh 0 2 8 10

GB 8 16 16 40

TO --10 6 16

CT --1 10 11

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Sh 0 2 2 4

GB 4 3 1 8

TO --3 2 5

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at Colgate; 3-27-10) vs. Georgetown; 4-2-10) vs. Georgetown; 4-2-10) vs. Georgetown; 4-2-10) vs. Army; 4-17-10)

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Haas in 2010 (Jr.): Made his first-career appearance between the pipes in relief of RJ Wickham at Lafayette ... made one save and gave up a goal against the Leopards. 2008 (Fr.), 2009 (So.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience as a scout team player. More on Haas: A 2006 graduate of La Salle College High School, Haas attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2006-07 academic year ... a four-year letterwinner in lacrosse who also lettered in football ... led the lacrosse squad to the 2004 state title with a 28-2 record ... lax team owned a combined 58-9 record from 2004-06, winning three Catholic League Championships ... earned All-Catholic League kudos from 2004-06, while twice being named All-State (Pa.) ... named a High School All-American as a senior ... selected as the 2006 Catholic League MVP ... full name is Michael Edward Haas ... born Aug. 1, 1988, in Philadelphia, Pa. ... son of Mark and Catherine Haas ... majoring in Oceanography ... his service assignment is Surface Warfare.

More on Hargett: A 2010 graduate of San Marcos High School, Hargett was a twosport standout who earned letters in lacrosse (4) and football (3) ... after garnering second-team all-midfield honors as a sophomore, he was an honorable mention all-conference selection as a member of the defensive unit his junior and senior seasons ... served as team captain of the lacrosse team his senior year ... full name is Carlos Fuentes Hargett ... born May 31, 1992, in San Diego, Calif. ... son of Charles and Norma Hargett.

SR • GK • 5-10 • 289 BLUE BELL, PA. / LA SALLEGE COLLEGE HS

Career Statistics Yr GP-S 2008 --2009 --2010 1-0 Total 1-0 Patriot League Yr GP-S 2008 --2009 --2010 1-0 Total 1-0 Career Highs Goals Allowed Saves Save Pct. Ground Balls

Min. ----6:12 6:12

GA ----1 1

GAA ----9.68 9.68

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Min. ----6:12 6:12

GA ----1 1

GAA ----9.68 9.68

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Sv% Rec --------50.0 0-0 50.0 0-0

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FR • FO • 6-0 • 195 SAN MARCOS, CALIF. / SAN MARCOS

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FR • A • 6-1 • 190 EAST HAMPTON, N.Y. / EAST HAMPTON

More on Heneveld: A 2010 graduate of East Hampton High School, Heneveld was a two-sport standout who earned letters in lacrosse (4) and football (2) ... received all-county and all-league honors as a senior in both lacrosse and football ... full name is Austin Dale Heneveld ... born April 2, 1992, in South Hampton, N.Y. ... son of Larry and Jody Heneveld.

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SO • GK • 6-7 • 238 GARDEN CITY, N.Y. / CHAMINADE

Hickey in 2010 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player. More on Hickey: A 2008 graduate of Chaminade High School, Hickey attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a two-sport standout who earned letters in lacrosse (2) and indoor track & field (1) ... a key contributor to the 2007 lacrosse NSCHSAA championship season with a 83.0 save percentage … as a team captain in 2008, led Chaminade to the NSCHSAA league title with a 5.0 goals-against average and .658 save percentage … named a High School All-American and was the recipient of the 2008 Ronald D. Winchester Award as Chaminade’s team MVP … a Chaminade graduate, Winchester went on to attend the Naval Academy and was a four-year member of the football team ... Winchester was killed in action in Iraq on Sept. 3, 2004 ... selected to Newsday’s 2008 All Long Island Lacrosse Team ... ranked No. 7 among Inside Lacrosse”s “XFactor Goalkeepers” in the Class of 2008 ... attended the same high school as Navy senior long stick midfielder Tom Mansfield ... member of the National Honor Society ... brother, Daniel, played lacrosse and football at Notre Dame (‘06) ... full name is Nolan Conlon Hickey ... born Oct. 8, 1990, in Rockville Centre, N.Y. ... son of Donald and Colleen Hickey ... majoring in English.

in a career-best five caused turnovers against Lafayette ... picked up 26 ground balls, the third most on the team behind goalkeeper RJ Wickham (60) and faceoff specialist Robby Battle (41) ... the Mids put together two strong defensive efforts against Johns Hopkins (4-24) ... held the Blue Jays scoreless for 19:16 between the end of the first and third quarters, enabling the Mids to take a 6-5 halftime lead ... after Hopkins took an 8-6 lead at 3:40 in the third quarter, Navy held the Jays scoreless the rest of the game (22:30) ... Navy’s defense held Lehigh off the scoreboard in the first and fourth quarters en route to an 8-3 win ... the Mids held Bucknell off the scoreboard for just under 29 minutes between the second and fourth quarters to build a 6-2 lead ... though Bucknell came back to tie the game and force OT, the Mids prevailed, 8-7 ... the defense did a marvelous job of holding Towson at bay for better than 20 minutes in the third and fourth quarters, but gave up the game-winner with six seconds left in the game ... Holy Cross did not score a goal against the Midshipmen until the 5:32 mark in the third quarter, as Navy thumped the Crusaders, 12-3 ... picked up three ground balls and caused a pair of turnovers against Maryland ... forced three Army turnovers in the regularseason meeting, while picking up two loose balls. 2009 (So.): Suffered a season-ending knee injury in practice on the Wednesday prior to the Maryland contest ... earned his first-career start in Navy’s victory over Georgetown where he caused a turnover and grabbed a pair of grounders ... came into the Colgate game (regular season) in relief of Thomas Zimmerman late in the fourth and cause a Brandon Corp turnover to give the Mids the final possession of the game ... credited with both his first ground ball of the year, as well as his first caused turnover in Navy’s loss to North Carolina. 2008 (Fr.): In his rookie season, saw action in eight of the 16 games, including his collegiate debut against VMI in the season opener ... helped Navy secure a No. 3 national ranking in fewest goals allowed per game (scoring defense), surrendering 104 goals in 16 games (6.50) ... going into the NCAA quarterfinals, the Mids had been ranked No. 1 for seven consecutive weeks ... the Mids held 10 of their 16 opponents to seven or fewer goals, winning 22 in a row when achieving this feat ... Navy held seven of its foes scoreless in the opening stanza ... grabbed a pair of ground balls against Holy Cross in a game played at Texas Stadium, the former home of the Dallas Cowboys. More on Hirsch: A 2006 graduate of Perkiomen Valley School, Hirsch spent the 2006-07 academic year at the Naval Academy Prep School ... a four-year lacrosse letterwinner, he led Perkiomen Valley to the 2006 Penn Valley Lacrosse League title with a 12-5 record ... garnered All-State (Pa.) recognition as a senior, while also being named an Under Armour All-American ... earned All-EPSLA lacrosse honors as a junior and senior ... named to the NAPS Superintendent’s List ... sister, Jennifer, played soccer at Quinnipiac ... full name is Michael William Hirsch ... born March 29, 1988, in Abington, Pa. ... son of Joseph III and Linda Hirsch ... majoring in Systems Engineering ... named to the Commandant’s List three times ... his service assignment is Submarines. Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2008 8-0 0 2009 9-0 0 2010 15-15 0 Total 32-15 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Sh 0 0 0 0

GB 2 5 26 33

TO --1 9 10

CT --3 17 20

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Sh 0 0 0 0

GB 2 1 12 15

TO ----4 5

CT ----12 13

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------4 vs. VMI (2-13-10) 5 at Lafayette (3-12-10)

SR • D • 5-11 • 199 SCHWENKSVILLE, PA. / PERKIOMEN VALLEY

Hirsch in 2010 (Jr.): One of five Navy players to garner All-Patriot League recognition, one of three to be named to the first team ... a starter in every game on close defense, he returned to the field without skipping a beat after tearing his ACL in practice the week prior to te 2009 Maryland contest ... part of a unit that was ranked 13th nationally in scoring defense, giving up 8.67 goals per game ... member of the Mids’ man-down unit that surrendered 20 goals on 59 attempts (66.1 penalty killing %) ... however, over the last nine games, Navy surrendered just eight goals on 29 attempts (72.4) ... the first six games, foes scored 12 goals on 30 attempts ... owned a team-best 17 takeaways, including 12 in Patriot League action ... turned

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More on Hoffstadt: A 2010 graduate of Caesar Rodney High School in CamdenWyoming, Del., Hoffstadt was a four-year letterwinner as a midfielder and attackman in lacrosse ... a four-time all-conference selection who earned All-State (Del.) honors three times ... was named the team’s Most Valuable Player all four years of high school ... served as team captain his senior year ... member of the National Honor Society ... full name is Erik Michael Hoffstadt ... born Feb. 2, 1992, in Sacramento, Calif. ... son of Major Steve Hoffstadt, USAF (ret.) and Cindy Hoffstadt ... named to the Superintendent’s and Commandant’s Lists after finishing his first semester with a 4.00 grade-point average ... ranked No. 1 in his class (1,209) in academic and military order of merit.

More on Johnson: A 2010 graduate of Ridgewood High School, Johnson was a three-year lacrosse letterwinner as a member of the defensive unit ... a First-Team All-State (N.J.) selection his senior season ... full name is Samuel Lockwood Johnson ... born April 28, 1992, in Naples, Italy ... son of Steven and Robin Johnson.

FR • M • 6-2 • 187 DOVER, DEL. / CAESAR RODNEY

FR • LSM • 6-1 • 170 RIDGEWOOD, N.J. / RIDGEWOOD

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Hull

FR • A • 6-0 • 169 CHARLOTTE, N.C. / PROVIDENCE

More on Hull: A 2009 graduate of Providence Senior High School, Hull attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a four-year letterwinner in lacrosse, he led Providence to the 2009 North Carolina 4A State Championship title with a 22-1 record ... named the 2009 North Carolina Player of the Year and was a High School All-America selection his junior and senior years ... uncle, Matt Palumb, was a member of three NCAA Championship Syracuse lacrosse teams (1988-89-90) and was named a Second-Team All-American goalkeeper in 1990 ... full name is Tucker Robinson Hull ... born Feb. 24, 1991, in Fairfax, Va. ... son of James and Karin Hull ... ranked among the top 36 percent of his class (1,209) in academic order of merit with a 3.22 grade-point average.

More on M. Jones: A 2009 graduate of Archbishop Spalding High School, Jones attended Salisbury School in Salisbury, Conn. during the 2009-10 academic year ... uncle, Robert Jones, graduated from Army and was a member of the Black Knights’ basketball team in 1975 and ‘76 ... full name is Michael Joseph Jones Jr. ... born April 20, 1991, in Olney, Md. ... son of Michael Sr. and Dian Jones.

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More on S. Jones: A 2009 graduate of Severna Park High School, Jones attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a threesport athlete who earned letters in lacrosse (3), football (2) and basketball (1) ... a two-time (2008, ‘09) first-team all-county and Honorable Mention All-Met selection in lacrosse ... also a First-Team All-Examiner pick as a junior and senior ... guided Severna Park to the state, county and region titles in 2007 with an 18-2 record ... in 2008, the lacrosse team was crowned the county champion with a 16-3 mark ... served as the team captain of both the lacrosse and football teams his senior year ... received second-team all-county honors in 2008 ... that same season, he set the school’s single-game passing record ... was the co-recipient, along with Paul Zimmerman, of the first annual NAPS Lacrosse Captain Brandon "Bull" Barrett award for outstanding hard work, dedication to the team and inspiring leadership on and off the lacrosse field ... teammate of current Navy lacrosse member Sean Price, who is also a freshman at the Academy ... both his father, David, (‘82) and grandfather, Jack, (‘54) are not only graduates of the Naval Academy, but also played lacrosse ... David, who was the co-captain of the 1982 Navy lacrosse team, was a three-year letterwinner for Dick Szlasa’s Mids ... he was a member of teams that made three trips to the NCAA Tournament, including the 1981 tourney in which Navy was a semifinalist ... Jack was a two-time All-American goalkeeper under the legendary Dinty Moore, who was the 1954 recipient of the Ensign C. Markland Kelly Award, which is presented to the nation’s top goalkeeper ... Jack, Class of ‘55, also led the Midshipmen to the USILA National Championship in 1954 ... brother, Davey, played lacrosse at Eastern University in 2010 ... full name is Samuel Eversfield Jones ... born Oct. 26, 1990, in Beaufort, S.C. ... son of Lt. Col. David Jones, USMC (ret.) and the late Connie Jones.

More on Kiernan: A 2009 graduate of Ridgewood High School, Kiernan attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned letters in lacrosse (3) and football (1) ... named a High School All-American his senior year ... Ridgewood’s team MVP, he was also named the 2009 New Jersey Defenseman of the Year ... served as team captain of the lacrosse team his senior season ... led the lacrosse team to the 2008 country championship ... uncle, Doug Yates, played football at Delaware ... full name is Patrick Scott Kiernan ... born Jan. 18, 1991, in Ridgewood, N.J. ... son of Peter and Stacy Kiernan.

FR • A • 5-8 • 165 ANNAPOLIS, MD. / SEVERNA PARK

FR • LSM • 5-11 • 193 RIDGEWOOD, N.J. / RIDGEWOOD

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Lewis

SO • D • 6-0 • 197 AUBURN, N.Y. / AUBURN

Lewis in 2010 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player. More on Lewis: A 2008 graduate of Auburn High School, Lewis attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a two-sport standout who was a four-year letterwinner in hockey while earning two letters in lacrosse ... garnered first-team all-league lacrosse honors as a senior and was also named the team’s defensive MVP ... recipient of the Captain’s Award in hockey following the 2008 campaign ... member of the National Honor Society ... brother, Ryan, played lacrosse at Villanova ... uncle, Jim Hogan, is a 1987 graduate of the Naval Academy ... full name is Brendan Thomas Lewis ... born Oct. 1, 1989, in Auburn, N.Y. ... son of Tom and Jean Lewis ... majoring in Economics.

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Mann in 2010 (Fr.): Played in 10 of the 15 games, primarily as a defensive midfielder at the beginning of the season because of his size ... he gradually saw more time on the offensive side of the field at the end of the year ... suffered a broken collarbone following a collision with a North Carolina player on a faceoff on Feb. 25 ... missed a month, but was able to come back for the Mids’ victory over Colgate ... grabbed a career-best two ground balls at Colgate and also took his first-career shot ... scored his first-career goal on just his second-collegiate shot in Navy’s win over Johns Hopkins ... dealt out his first-career assist in the Patriot League Championship Game against Army. More on Mann: A 2008 graduate of Dulaney High School, Mann attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a three-sport athlete who lettered four times in lacrosse, three times in football and once in track & field ... led the lacrosse team to the 2005 and ‘08 state titles in lacrosse ... member of the Dulaney lax teams that won the county championship from 2005-08 ... two-time High School All-American (2007-08) in lacrosse ... garnered All-Baltimore County recognition in football his senior year ... member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... high school teammate of Navy junior lacrosse midfielder Nikk Davis ... sister, Stacy, played lacrosse at St. Mary’s College ... full name is Jeffrey Moran Mann ... June 5, 1990, in Baltimore, Md. ... son of Jeff and Karen Mann ... majoring in History.

Mansfield in 2010 (Jr.): A contributor in the middle as a pole and at close defense, he played in 14 of the 15 contests ... part of a unit that was ranked 13th nationally in scoring defense, giving up 8.67 goals per game ... sat out Navy’s season-opener against VMI after sustaining an elbow injury during the preseason ... turned in five takeaways, including causing a pair of turnovers at Towson ... twice grabbed a career-best three ground balls - vs. Holy Cross and Georgetown ... scooped up a pair of grounders against Army in the regular-season matchup ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2009 (So.): Member of Navy’s starting close defense ... the Mids ended the year ranked No. 7 in the country in scoring defense (7.69) ... started each of the last six games ... grabbed a pair of ground balls in the opening half of play against Duke in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... the Mids gave up a 15 goals against Johns Hopkins, the most since the Blue Jays scored 17 against the Mids in 2003 ... made his second straight start when he was paired up against Army’s leading scorer Jason Peyer ... held him to a garbage goal late in the second quarter ... the Mids’ defense held Army to a season-low four goals en route to a 8-4 win in the Star Game ... had seen action in just two games, mostly on the wings of faceoffs, prior to getting the starting nod against Maryland ... Navy held Maryland to a season-low four goals en route to a 10-4 upset win ... it was the largest margin of victory by the Mids in the series since 1992 ... caused a Ryan Young turnover that led to a transition goal by Andy Warner in the third quarter ... the goal would prove to be the game-winner for the Mids ... grabbed a career-high three ground balls against the Terps ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2008 (Fr.): Saw action in four games, including he collegiate debut in the Mids’ season opener against VMI ... picked up a ground ball against the Keydets ... also played against Lehigh, Holy Cross and the regular-season contest against Johns Hopkins ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. More on Mansfield: A 2007 graduate of Chaminade High School, Mansfield lettered twice in lacrosse and football ... led Chaminade to the 2006 and ‘07 league titles with 17-2 and 14-3 records, respectively ... named a High School All-American as a senior, while being named the team’s MVP ... garnered all-league honors as a free safety on the football team his senior year ... also awarded scholar-athlete kudos from the Catholic High School Football League ... member of the National Honor Society ... high school teammate of Navy second-year goalkeeper Nolan Hickey ... full name is Thomas Walter Mansfield ... born Sept. 4, 1989, in Washington, D.C. ... son of Tom and Donna Mansfield ... majoring in Economics (Honors) ... boasting a 3.40 grade-point average, he has twice been named to the Commandant’s List and has also been named to the Dean’s List ... stands 357th in overall order of merit (244 academics, 670 military) among his class of 1,042 students ... his service assignment is Submarines.

SO • M • 6-3 • 196 COCKEYSVILLE, MD. / DULANEY

Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2010 10-0 1 Total 10-0 1

A 1 1

Pts 2 2

Sh 2 2

Up GB 0 3 0 3

TO 4 4

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Sh 1 1

Up GB 0 2 0 2

TO 1 1

Patriot League Yr GP-S 2010 2-0 Total 2-0 Career Highs Goals Assists Points Ground Balls

1 1 1 2

vs. Johns Hopkins (4-24-10) at Army (5-2-10) (2x, MR at Army; 5-2-10) at Colgate (3-27-10)

SR • LSM • 6-3 • 196 COCKEYSVILLE, MD. / DULANEY

Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2008 4-0 0 2009 8-6 0 2010 14-0 0 Total 26-6 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Sh 0 0 0 0

GB 1 10 11 22

TO --2 0 2

CT --1 5 6

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0

Sh 0 0 0 0

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TO --0 0 0

CT --0 1 1

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... born June 22, 1990, in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... son of Michael and Lori McGoogan ... majoring in History.

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SR • A • 6-2 • 200 LAYTONSVILLE, MD. / GEORGETOWN PREP

McCormick in 2008 (Fr.), 2009 (So.), 2010 (Jr.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system on the scout team. More on McCormick: A 2006 graduate of Georgetown Prep, McCormick attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2005-06 academic year ... a two-sport athlete, he lettered three times in lacrosse and twice as a tight end for the football team ... led Georgetown Prep to the 2006 IAC and state titles with a 22-0 record ... garnered All-IAC recognition and was an Honorable Mention All-Met selection as a senior ... also earned All-IAC honors his senior year in football ... full name is Patrick Joseph McCormick III ... born May 20, 1988, in Washington, D.C. ... son of Pat Jr. and Carol McCormick ... majoring in History ... his service assignment is Marine Corps Ground.

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SO • LSM • 6-0 • 180 ROCKVILLE, MD. / WALTER JOHNSON

Miller in 2010 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system on the scout team. More on Miller: A 2008 graduate of Walter Johnson High School, Miller attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who lettered in soccer (4) and lacrosse (3) ... earned all-county honors as a senior in both soccer and lacrosse ... the lacrosse team won the 2005 region crown ... led the soccer team to the 2007 Maryland 4A State Championship with a 17-2-1 record ... in 2006, the soccer program took the division title with a 14-2-2 mark ... member of Walter Johnson’s honors jazz band ... full name is Austin Alexander Miller ... born June 21, 1989, in Bethesda, Md. ... son of Thomas and Linda Miller ... majoring in Quantitative Economics.

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SO • M/FO • 6-2 • 210 CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, PA. / SENECA VALLEY

McGoogan in 2010 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action ... missed the majority of the season after suffering a broken jaw in a preseason spring scrimmage. More on McGoogan: A 2008 graduate of Seneca Valley High School, McGoogan attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who lettered in lacrosse and track & field, he served as captain of the lacrosse team three years ... an all-league lacrosse performer his junior year, he was named an All-American as a senior ... full name is Evan Robert McGoogan

More on Morrison: A 2009 graduate of Landon School, Morrison attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a three-sport athlete who earned letters in lacrosse (3), soccer (3) and wrestling (1) ... garnered all-league lacrosse honors his junior and senior years ... served as team captain of the lacrosse and soccer teams as a senior ... led the lacrosse team to the Interstate Athletic Conference crown with a 13-2 record ... Landon’s soccer program claimed the Interstate Athletic Conference title in 2007 with an 8-2 record ... brother, Rob, was a standout midfielder for the Maryland lacrosse program from 2006-09 ... full name is Matthew Derby Morrison ... born April 19, 1990, in Bethesda, Md. ... son of Joe Sr. and Barbara Morrison.

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Muti

More on Moser: A 2009 graduate of Emerald Ridge High School, Moser attended Salisbury School in Salisbury, Conn. during the 2009-10 academic year ... full name is Nicholas Aaron Moser ... born Dec. 11, 1990, in Puyallup, Wash. ... son of Donald and Laura Moser.

More on Muti: A 2010 graduate of Mountain Lakes High School, Muti was a threesport standout who lettered in lacrosse (3), basketball (2) and football (2) ... after being named an Honorable Mention All-American as a junior, he was named a firstteam selection his senior year ... garnered second-team all-county recognition as a junior and first-team honors in his senior season ... won the 2008 New Jersey State Championship behind a 21-1 record ... won back-to-back (2008, ‘09) New Jersey State Group 1 titles in football with identical 12-0 records ... full name is John Francis Muti ... born Sept. 13, 1991, in Livingston, N.J. ... son of Arthur and Eileen Muti.

FR • M • 6-2 • 181 PUYALLUP, WASH. / EMERALD RIDGE

FR • GK • 5-5 • 144 MOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J. / MOUNTAIN LAKES

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Mullen

FR • DM • 6-1 • 199 WADING RIVER, N.Y. / SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER

More on Mullen: A 2009 graduate of Shoreham-Wading River High School, Mullen attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a two-sport standout who lettered in lacrosse (4) and football (2) ... a two-time allcounty lacrosse selection, who was tabbed an Honorable Mention All-American his senior year ... led the lacrosse team to the county title in 2006 and in 2007, Shoreham-Wading River was crowned the state champion ... received all-league kudos in football as a wide receiver his senior year ... graduated from the same high school as Navy lacrosse teammate and three-year starting defenseman Matt Vernam ... cousin, Chris Golini, graduated from the Naval Academy in 1996 and was a three-year letterwinner for the Navy lacrosse team ... full name is Nikolas Joseph Mullen ... born Dec. 3, 1990, in Port Jefferson, N.Y. ... son of Ed and Nicole Mullen.

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Nechanicky

FR • A • 5-8 • 190 MONTGOMERY VILLAGE, MD. / GOOD COUNSEL

More on Nechanicky: A 2009 graduate of Our Lady of Good Counsel High School, Nechanicky attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a four-year lacrosse letterwinner, he earned All-WCAC honors his senior season ... served as team captain of the lacrosse team as a senior ... member of the National Honor Society and Key Club ... brother, Bruce, was a three-year letterwinner for the Navy lacrosse team and graduated from the Academy in 2009 ... he was part of two Patriot League Championship teams (2007, ‘09) and four teams that played in the NCAA Tournament ... brother, Keith, played lacrosse at Ohio Wesleyan and sister, Megan, rowed for Saint Joseph’s ... high school teammate of current Navy lacrosse players Bryce Dabbs (‘13) and Pat Durkin (‘14) ... full name is Tyler Drew Nechanicky ... born May 7, 1991. ... son of Robert and Nancy Nechanicky.

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2011 Midshipmen Profiles Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2010 4-0 1 Total 4-0 1

A 0 0

Pts 1 1

Sh 2 2

Up GB 0 0 0 0

TO 2 2

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts 0 0

Sh 0 0

Up GB 0 0 0 0

TO 1 1

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Nolan

FR • DM • 6-0 • 186 ANNANDALE, VA. / BISHOP O’CONNELL

More on Nolan: A 2009 graduate of Bishop O’Connell High School in Arlington, Va., Nolan attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned letters in lacrosse (4) and soccer (4) ... attended St. John’s High School in Washington, D.C. his freshman year before moving to Virginia where he attended Bishop O’Connell ... named an Honorable Mention All-WCAC selection as a sophomore and was named to the second team in his senior year ... earned Honorable Mention All-WCAC kudos in soccer as a junior and senior ... father graduated from the Naval Academy in 1983 and uncle, John Nolan, graduated from the Academy in 1985 ... full name is Riordan James Nolan ... born Sept. 19, 1990, in Norfolk, Va. ... son of Capt. Joseph Nolan, USN (ret.) and Maureen Nolan.

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Pastrana JR • DM • 6-2 • 199 EDGEWATER, MD. / ST. MARY’S

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Norris

SO • M • 5-10 • 183 HONEOYE FALLS, N.Y. / HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA

Norris in 2010 (Fr.): Saw limited action in four games, primarily as a rider ... scored his first-collegiate goal in what was his first appearance in a Navy game ... punched in a goal against VMI in the season-opener ... also competed against North Carolina, Holy Cross and Georgetown. More on Norris: A 2008 graduate of Honeoye Falls-Lima High School, Norris attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a four-year lacrosse letterwinner, he was named the Monroe County Player of the Year in 2008 ... two-time first-team all-county selection (2006-07), who was twice named team captain (2007-08) ... named to the 2007 All-Greater Rochester Team ... along with current Navy teammate RJ Wickham, was a member of the 2006 silver medal winning team at the Empire State Games and won the bronze medal in 2007 ... played 10 years of tier 1AAA hockey ... his Rochester youth team played in the 2003-04 state finals ... father played football at Lock Haven ... full name is Cade Dermott Norris ... born Nov. 12, 1989, in Rochester, N.Y. ... son of Rodney and Janice Norris ... majoring in Oceanography.

Pastrana in 2009 (Fr.), 2010 (So.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll after achieving a 3.64 GPA for the spring semester. More on Pastrana: A 2007 graduate of St. Mary’s High School, Pastrana spent the 2007-08 academic year at the Naval Academy Prep School ... a Parvis Scholar at St. Mary’s, he earned letters in hockey (4), lacrosse (3) and football (3) ... received the 2007 Hobey Baker Memorial Award ... named a 2007 Baltimore Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete ... served as team captain of the football and hockey teams his senior year ... named hockey team MVP as a senior ... member of the National Honor Society ... comes from an athletic family ... sister, Kimberly, played lacrosse at Duke from 2005-08 ... cousin, Travis Pastrana, is a motorsports superstar who has claimed multiple X Games gold medals ... uncle, Alan Pastrana, played football and lacrosse at Maryland from 1966-68 and was a member of the NFL’s Denver Broncos in 1969 ... cousin, Greg Powell, played football at Maryland for two years in 2003-04 ... cousin, Lisa Pastrana, served as an assistant women’s swimming coach at the Naval Academy from 1998-2000 ... full name is Darren Lee Pastrana ... born Nov. 4, 1988, in Annapolis, Md. ... son of Ron and Anita Pastrana ... majoring in Applied Mathematics ... boasting a 3.61 grade-point average, he stands 177th in his class of 1,148 students in academic order of merit, 160th in military order of merit and 133rd in overall order of merit ... has been named to the Commandant’s List every semester he has been at the Academy, while making appearances on the Dean’s (2x) and Superintendent’s (3x) Lists.

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FR • M • 6-2 • 185 MILLERSVILLE, MD. / SEVERNA PARK

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Sh 5 0 5

Up GB 0 2 0 1 0 3

TO 2 2 4

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Sh 0 0 0

Up GB 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO 1 0 1

Patriot League Yr GP-S 2009 4-0 2010 2-0 Total 6-0 Career Highs Goals Assists Points Ground Balls

------2 vs. VMI (2-7-09)

More on Price: A 2009 graduate of Severna Park High School, Price attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a three-sport standout who earned letters in lacrosse (3) and football (3) ... earned Second-Team All-Metro and all-county recognition in lacrosse his junior and senior seasons ... guided Severna Park to the state, county and region titles in 2007 with an 18-2 record ... in 2008, the lacrosse team was crowned the county champion with a 163 mark ... a two-time (2007, ‘08) all-county, All-Metro and Honorable Mention AllState (Md.) football player ... named the Anne Arundel County Defensive Player of the Year in football his junior year ... served as captain of the football and lacrosse teams his senior year ... high school teammate of Sam Jones, who is also a freshman lacrosse player at Navy ... father is a 1983 graduate of the Naval Academy ... sister, Samantha, played lacrosse at Cal (2005-09) ... full name is Sean Michael Price ... born Nov. 1, 1990, in Gaithersburg, Md. ... son of Michael and Cynthia Price.

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Rixey

FR • D • 6-2 • 190 CALIFORNIA, MD. / ST. MARY’S RYKEN

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More on Rixey: A 2010 graduate of St. Mary’s Ryken High School, Rixey was a two-sport standout who earned letters in lacrosse (3) and football (2) ... a ThirdTeam All-State (Md.) selection his senior season, he also garnered all-conference and all-county kudos in lacrosse ... served as team captain of the football and lacrosse teams his senior year ... garnered all-county honors in football his senior year and was named the team’s MVP ... member of the National Honor Society and was a member of Student Council ... father graduated from the Naval Academy in 1983 and was a member of the rugby team ... full name is Christopher Joseph Rixey ... born Dec. 9, 1991, in Monterey, Calif. ... son of Joseph and Kathy Rixey.

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Reynolds JR • A • 5-8 • 170 BABYLON, N.Y. / BABYLON

Reynolds in 2010 (So.): Competed in seven games, playing some at attack but mostly as a rider because of his quickness ... grabbed his lone ground ball of the year against North Carolina. 2009 (Fr.): Member of Navy’s third midfield line (invert) who was used sporadically ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ season-opener against VMI ... grabbed a career-best two ground balls against the Keydets. More on Reynolds: A 2007 graduate of Babylon High School, Reynolds attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2007-08 academic year ... a three-sport athlete who lettered in lacrosse (4), soccer (2) and track & field (2) ... led the lacrosse team to the 2004 Suffolk County title, while in 2006 the soccer team collected the county crown ... received all conference kudos in soccer as a junior and senior, while picking up all-county honors in track & field in 2006 and ‘07 ... member of the National Honor Society ... served as class president three times ... brother, Whitney, played lacrosse at Quinnipiac (‘06) ... father played basketball at Marist

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Rogers

Seivold

Rogers in 2010 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player. More on Rogers: A 2008 graduate of Rancho Bernardo High School, Rogers attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who lettered in lacrosse (3) and football (2) ... named the league’s defensive player of the year in 2007 and ‘08 ... full name is Peter Alan Rogers ... born Feb. 12, 1990, in San Diego, Calif. ... son of John Rogers ... majoring in International Relations.

Seivold in 2010 (Fr.): Played in all 15 games at defensive midfield for the Mids ... grabbed a career-high two ground balls and caused a turnover in his first-collegiate game, the Mids’ season-opener against VMI ... scored his first-collegiate goal in the Mids’ come-from-behind overtime win over Colgate ... produced just his second takeaway of the year in the Mids’ loss to No. 4 Maryland ... forced a Lafayette turnover in the semifinals of the Patriot League Tournament. More on Seivold: A 2008 graduate of The Blake School, Seivold attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a gifted athlete who earned letters in five different sports, including four each in lacrosse and hockey ... also played soccer, football and ran cross country ... led The Blake School to the 2005, 2006 and 2008 state lacrosse titles with undefeated records ... a High School All-American in lacrosse, who earned All-State (Minn.) and all-conference honors ... also an all-conference performer in hockey and soccer ... father was a four-time All-American lacrosse player at North Carolina during the mid-80s, earning first-team honors in 1984 and ‘85 ... uncle, Gary, was a three-time lacrosse AllAmerican who was named the MVP of the 1986 NCAA Championship in which North Carolina won ... older brother, Johnny, was a midfielder for Carolina from 2001-04 ... mother was an All-American soccer player for the Tar Heels and won two national championships ... full name is Jordan Joseph Seivold ... born Aug. 24, 1989, in Chapel Hill, N.C. ... son of Joseph and Joan Seivold ... majoring in Economics

SO • D • 6-3 • 206 SAN DIEGO, CALIF. / RANCHO BERNARDO

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Sampson FR • LSM • 6-0 • 169 DOYLESTOWN, PA. / EMMAUS

More on Sampson: A 2010 graduate of Emmaus High School, Sampson was a four-year lacrosse letterwinner who was also a three-time all-league selection as a long stick defensive midfielder ... served as team captain for three seasons ... led Emmaus to the four-straight (2007-10) league titles, while being crowned the district champion in 2009 and ‘10 ... full name is Benjamin Louis Sampson ... born April 15, 1992, in Allentown, Pa. ... son of Bernard and Imogene Sampson.

SO • DM • 5-10 • 182 MINNETONKA, MINN. / THE BLAKE SCHOOL

Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2010 15-0 1 Total 15-0 1

A 0 0

Pts 1 1

Sh 3 3

GB 2 2

TO 2 2

CT 4 4

G 1 1

A 0 0

Pts 1 1

Sh 2 2

GB 0 0

TO 1 1

CT 0 0

Patriot League Yr GP-S 2010 6-0 Total 6-0 Career Highs Goals Assists Points Ground Balls Caused TO

1 at Colgate (3-27-10) --1 at Colgate (3-27-10) 2 vs. VMI (2-13-10) 1 (4x, MR vs. Lafayette; 4-30-10)

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Striffler

More on Shafran: A 2009 graduate of Langley High School, Shafran attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned letters in lacrosse (4) and football (3) ... a two-time first-team alldistrict selection in lacrosse ... garnered first-team all-region lax honors as a senior and second-team recognition as a junior ... served as team captain of the lacrosse team his senior year ... led Langley to the 2009 Virginia State Championship with a 22-1 record ... in 2008, Langley won the district title ... a two-time all-district punter on the football team ... father played football at James Madison ... grandfather played football and wrestled at Washington State ... brother, Jonathan, played football at William & Mary ... full name is Trevor James Shafran ... born March 13, 1991, in Arlington, Va. ... son of Jack and Lori Shafran.

Striffler in 2010 (Jr.): Competed in all 15 contests at either midfield or defensive midfield, earning his first-collegiate start in the Mids’ overtime loss against Georgetown ... also earned the starting nod the following weekend at Maryland ... produced seven points on four goals and three assists ... received 2010 Patriot League All-Tournament Team kudos behind a solid effort against Lafayette and Army in the postseason conference tourney ... was moved to defensive midfield for the Army game (regular season) due to his experience and his versatility as a player ... grabbed two ground balls and caused one turnover ... played on the wings of faceoffs against Army and Johns Hopkins ... grabbed a career-high four ground balls against the Blue Jays ... registered 11 of his 16 ground balls over the final four games of the season ... turned in his second collegiate multi-goal effort with two goals at Lafayette ... dealt out a career-high two assists to go along with his goal in the Mids’ opener against VMI. 2009 (So.): Member of Navy’s second midfield line ... saw his point-scoring streak come to an end against Johns Hopkins where he was held without a point and a shot ... extended his point-scoring streak to eight straight games by feeding Brendan Connors on his second of three goals against Army ... scored an unassisted goal with 4:12 remaining in the Maryland contest ... aided Brendan Connors’ goal in what was the Mids’ first goal of the game against Georgetown ... aided Michael Beggins’ goal to knot the game up at 5-5 in the second against Colgate ... it was just his second collegiate assist and his first in Patriot League action ... his goal at 10:37 in the fourth quarter against Holy Cross gave the Mids the lead for good ... produced a career-high two goals in Navy’s come-from-behind win over Lehigh ... his second goal went down in the books as the game-winner, the first of his career ... recorded a one-goal, one-assist effort against Mount St. Mary’s ... it was his first collegiate assist, as well as his first career multiple-point performance ... scored his second career goal in Navy’s season-opener against VMI ... picked up his first career ground ball in the Mids’ Patriot League loss at Bucknell. 2008 (Fr.): Appeared in seven games as a rookie, including the Mids’ seasonopener against VMI ... scored his first collegiate goal in Navy’s win over Patriot League foe Lehigh ... took six shots on the year, two each against Lafayette, Lehigh and Holy Cross. More on Striffler: A three-sport standout, Striffler graduated from Norfolk Academy in 2007 ... earned letters in lacrosse (4), football (3) and basketball (2) ... led the lacrosse team to the 2004, ‘06 and ‘07 TCIS Conference titles ... a member of the football squad that claimed TCIS Conference crowns in 2005, ‘06 and ‘07 ... a three-time All-State (Va.), All-TCIS Conference and All-American (2005-07) lacrosse standout ... garnered All-TCIS Conference and Second-Team All-State (Va.) kudos as a quarterback and defensive back on the football team in 2007 ... father played football at Virginia Tech, while his mother was a two-sport athlete (basketball, volleyball) at Radford ... full name is Brian Garret Striffler ... born Feb. 8, 1989, in Virginia Beach, Va. ... son of Pete and Alice Striffler ... majoring in Oceanography ... has appeared on the Commandant’s List twice and the Dean’s Lists once ... his service assignment is Surface Warfare.

FR • D • 6-3 • 212 GREAT FALLS, VA. / LANGLEY

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Steffens

FR • D • 6-5 • 218 CHESTERTOWN, MD. / QUEEN ANNE’S COUNTY

More on Steffens: A 2010 graduate of Queen Anne’s County High School, Steffens was a four-sport athlete who earned letters in lacrosse (3), football (2), wrestling (2) and swimming (1) ... a first-team-all-conference selection in lacrosse his senior year who was named the team’s defensive MVP ... served as team captain of the lacrosse team his junior and senior years, while also holding the captain title in football and wrestling his senior season ... led Queen Anne’s County to the Maryland State 1A/2A Championship in 2010 ... an Honorable Mention All-State (Md.) linebacker in 2009 ... garnered first-team all-conference honors as a senior as an offensive lineman and linebacker ... the football team claimed the 2008 and ‘09 Maryland 2A East Region title ... member of the National Honor Society, who was the Valedictorian of his graduating class ... recipient of the Bayside Senior Scholar-Athlete Award ... father wrestled at UMBC ... full name is Matthew Harmon Steffens ... born May 28, 1992, in Weymouth, Mass. ... son of Walter and Madeline Steffens.

SR • M • 6-0 • 192 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. / NORFOLK ACADEMY

Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2008 7-0 1 2009 16-0 7 2010 15-2 4 Total 38-2 12

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Pts 1 11 7 19

Sh 6 16 19 41

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G 1 4 3 8

A 0 2 1 3

Pts 1 6 4 11

Sh 6 7 8 21

Up GB 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 5

TO --9 1 10

2 (2x, MR at Lafayette; 3-12-10) 2 vs. VMI (2-13-10) 3 vs. VMI (2-13-10) 4 vs. Johns Hopkins (4-24-10) 1 vs. Holy Cross (3-15-08) 3 vs. Holy Cross (3-15-08) 33.3 (1-3) vs. Holy Cross (3-15-08)

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Tingley

FR • M/FO • 6-2 • 207 HORSEHEADS, N.Y. / HORSEHEADS

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Talarico

More on Tingley: A 2009 graduate of Horseheads High School, Tingley attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... three-sport athlete who earned letters in lacrosse (4) and football (4), while also competing in basketball ... a three-time all-conference midfielder, he was named a second-teamer as a sophomore and earned first-team honors his junior and senior years ... member of the 2008 silver medal winning Central New York Empire State team ... played against current Navy lacrosse teammate Ryan Warner (Corning East) throughout high school ... named all-league in football his junior year as a running back ... traveled to Kenya during his sophomore year of high school for a two-week mission trip ... full name is Zachary Scott Tingley ... born June 22, 1991, in Phoenix, Ariz. ... son of Scott and Judy Tingley.

SO • LSM • 6-2 • 206 ORADELL, N.J. / BERGEN CATHOLIC

Talarico in 2010 (Fr.): Did not see any varsity action ... gained experience in the system as a scout team player. More on Talarico: A 2008 graduate of Bergen Catholic High School, Talarico attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2008-09 academic year ... a two-sport athlete who earned three letters in lacrosse and one in wrestling ... led the lax team to the county title in 2007 with an 18-5 record ... earned all-county recognition in lacrosse as a senior and was voted by his teammates to serve as team captain that same year ... father wrestled at Lehigh ... full name is Christian George Talarico ... born Jan. 9, 1990, in Hackensack, N.J. ... son of Guy and Pamela Talarico ... majoring in Economics.

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JR • D • 6-2 • 215 SHOREHAM, N.Y. / SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER

Vernam in 2010 (Fr.): A two-year starter who has started 27-straight games for the Midshipmen dating back to the 2009 Mount St. Mary’s contest ... part of a unit that was ranked 13th nationally in scoring defense, giving up 8.67 goals per game ... member of the Mids’ man-down unit that surrendered 20 goals on 59 attempts (66.1 penalty killing %) ... however, over the last nine games, Navy surrendered just eight goals on 29 attempts (72.4) ... the first six games, foes scored 12 goals on 30 attempts ... turned in four caused turnovers on the year, including a season-best two against Georgetown ... five of his six takeaways were recorded in the last six contests of the year ... grabbed 13 grounders, including three each against Loyola and Towson ... dealt out an assist in Navy’s last-second loss at Towson ... the Mids put together two strong defensive efforts against Johns Hopkins ... held the Blue Jays scoreless for 19:16 between the end of the first and third quarters, enabling the Mids to take a 6-5 halftime lead ... after Hopkins took an 8-6 lead at 3:40 in the third quarter, Navy held the Jays scoreless the rest of the game (22:30) ... Navy’s defense held Lehigh off the scoreboard in the first and fourth quarters en route to an 8-3 win ... the Mids held Bucknell off the scoreboard for just under 29 minutes

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Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2009 15-12 0 2010 15-15 0 Total 30-27 0

A 0 1 1

Pts 0 1 1

Sh 0 1 1

GB 16 13 29

TO 10 5 15

CT 12 6 18

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0

Sh 0 1 1

GB 4 3 7

TO 3 2 5

CT 4 1 5

Patriot League Yr GP-S 2009 6-5 2010 6-6 Total 12-11 Career Highs Goals Assists Points Ground Balls Caused TO

--1 at Towson (3-16-10) 1 at Towson (3-16-10) 3 (3x, MR at Towson; 3-16-10) 3 vs. Mount St. Mary’s (3-3-09)

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Walker

FR • M • 6-0 • 188 STAFFORD, VA. / NORTH STAFFORD

More on Walker: A 2009 graduate of North Stafford High School, Walker spent the 2009-10 academic year at the Naval Academy Prep School ... a two-sport athlete who earned letters in lacrosse (4) and football (2) ... earned second-team all-district lacrosse honors as a sophomore and was a first-team selection in his junior and senior years ... also an all-region pick his senior year ... served as team captain of the lacrosse team as a junior and senior ... full name is JD Walker ... born Nov. 8, 1990, in San Diego, Calif. ... son of Col. Jay Walker, USMC (ret.) and Laura Walker.

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Warner

SR • M • 6-1 • 178 CORNING, N.Y. / CORNING EAST

Warner in 2010 (Jr.): One of five Navy players to earn All-Patriot League honors, he was named to the second team ... a starter in each of the last 31 games, he has seen action in 43 contests during his three seasons at Navy ... the Mids’ secondleading scorer with 37 points on 22 goals and a team-best 15 assists ... in conference, play he recorded a team-high tying 14 points on nine goals and five assists ... produced a point in 14 of the 15 games (scoreless vs. North Carolina), including each of the last 12 ... scored goals in 11 games, including eight multi-goal performances during season ... recorded eight extra-man goals, including five in the last seven games ... his 22 goals are a personal best, while his 37 points bettered his previous high of 27 his sophomore season ... etched his name into Academy history by scoring the game-winning goal against Johns Hopkins to end a 36-game losing streak to the Blue Jays ... also fed both Bucky Smith and Jay Mann in what resulted in each of the players’ first career goals ... scored a then career-high three goals in Navy’s opener against VMI ... scored two goals and dealt out three assists for a then career-high five points at Lehigh ... dealt out a career-high tying four assists and added two goals for a career-best six points against Georgetown ... it was the first six point effort by a a Navy player since Nick Mirabito’s six-point (2-4) performance against Holy Cross on March 15, 2008 ... picked up a career-high five ground balls in the Mids’ regular-season loss to Army ... also provided the assist on

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between the second and fourth quarters to build a 6-2 lead ... though Bucknell came back to tie the game and force OT, the Mids prevailed, 8-7 ... the defense did a marvelous job of holding Towson at bay for better than 20 minutes in the third and fourth quarters, but gave up the game-winner with six seconds left in the game ... Holy Cross did not score a goal against the Midshipmen until the 5:32 mark in the third quarter, as Navy thumped the Crusaders, 12-3 ... picked up three ground balls and caused a pair of turnovers against Maryland ... forced three Army turnovers in the regular-season meeting, while picking up two loose balls. 2009 (Fr.): Saw action in 15 of the 16 games and emerged as a starter in each of the last 12 contests ... member of Navy’s man-down unit ... the Mids yielded just six extra-man goals in 40 attempts (.850) ... Navy’s man-down unit finished the season ranked No. 1 nationally, while the Mids were No. 7 in scoring defense (7.69) ... played a fine game against 2009 Tewaaraton Award finalist and First-Team AllAmerican Ned Crotty of Duke in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Crotty scored one goal and added a pair of assists against the Mids ... Crotty is No. 1 in assists per game (2.94) and No. 2 in points per game (4.22) ... caused a pair of Bucknell turnovers in the conference championship (4-26), including early in the game when he jarred the ball loose and it resulted in a transition goal by Brendan Connors and gave Navy a 1-0 lead in the game ... a rookie, he matched up against Colgate’s Brandon Corp, the nation’s No. 1-ranked point producer ... Corp scored the opening goal of the game, but teammate Tom Mansfield lost his footing and allowed Corp to score ... Vernam held Corp scoreless for the final 66 minutes of the game ... Corp averaged 4.46 points per game, while being ranked No. 6 in assists per game (1.92) and No. 11 in goals per game (2.54) ... having faced Colgate twice this season, the Raiders were 0 for 6 against the Mids’ man-down unit ... 0 for 4 in the first meeting and 0 for 2 in the Patriot League Semis ... the Mids gave up a whopping 15 goals against Johns Hopkins, the most since the Blue Jays scored 17 against the Mids in 2003 ... the Mids’ defense held Army to a season-low four goals en route to a 8-4 win in the Star Game ... gave up just one goal against Army in its four man-up chances ... paired up with Army’s Brooks Korvin, holding him to a goal scored late in the fourth quarter ... Navy held Maryland (4-3) to a season-low four goals en route to a 10-4 upset win ... it was the largest margin of victory by the Mids in the series since 1992 ... matched up against 6-6, 260-pound Will Yeatman from Maryland ... did a solid job against the powerful attackman ... helped squelch Georgetown on five of its six extra-man opportunities ... tasked with shutting down Georgetown’s leading scorer Ricky Mirabito ... did not relinquish a goal in settled play ... forced two Holy Cross turnovers, including delivering a huge hit to break up a play in the middle of the box and set up a transition play for Navy ... scooped up a ground ball in his collegiate debut against VMI in the opener ... played one of his strongest game this far in Navy’s loss at Bucknell where he caused a pair of turnovers ... followed up by forcing three turnovers by Mount St. Mary’s and picked up three ground balls. More on Vernam: A 2007 graduate of Shoreham-Wading River High School, Vernam spent the 2007-08 academic year at the Naval Academy Prep School ... a three-sport athlete who earned letters in lacrosse (4), wrestling (2) and soccer (1) ... led Shoreham-Wading River to the state lacrosse title in 2007 behind an 18-3 record ... received Honorable Mention All-America recognition as a senior ... was a staff member for the school newspaper ... Navy freshman defensive midfielder Nik Mullen also attended Shoreham-Wading River ... full name is Matthew Ryan Vernam ... born March 15, 1989, on Long Island, N.Y. ... son of Donald and Susan Vernam ... majoring in Economics.


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2011 Midshipmen Profiles Kyle Kapron’s extra-man strike ... earned his way onto the 2010 Patriot League AllTournament team after scoring a career-high four goals on six shots in Navy’s Patriot League Tournament semifinal victory over Lafayette ... turned in a goal and an assist in Navy’s Patriot League Championship loss to rival Army. 2009 (So.): A first-year starter at attack, who is also a member of the Mids’ extraman offense ... Navy’s third-leading scorer with 27 points on 13 goals and 14 assists ... finished the 2009 season ranked 80th in assists per game (0.88) and 171st in poins per game (1.69) ... responsible for a team-high three game-winners ... vs. VMI in the opener, as well as at Mount St. Mary’s and vs. Maryland ... scored a goal in 10 of the 16 games during the season, including his first collegiate hat trick in the win over Lafayette ... it was the first time he had scored multiple goals in a game ... his previous high was one on six different occasions ... suffered a severely sprained ankle just 24 seconds into Navy’s NCAA Tournament contest against Duke when he was shoved behind in what was a scrum around the crease ... was in on back-to-back goals by the Midshipmen that helped Navy take a 6-5 lead at the end of the third quarter in its Patriot League Championship win over Bucknell ... fed Bruce Nechanicky to even the score before scoring on an unassisted goal with 36 seconds remaining in the third ... gave Navy its first lead of the game just 57 seconds into the second half of its triple overtime win over Colgate in the semis of the Patriot League Tournament ... also dealt out an assist to Basil Daratsos in the opening quarter ... turned in a career-best four assists in the Mids’ loss to No. 9 Johns Hopkins ... fed Brendan Connors for Navy’s fourth goal of the game, capping off a 4-0 run by the Mids in the opening quarter of a 10-4 victory against Army ... scored a pair of goals in the Mids’ win over Maryland, including a spectacular play in the fourth quarter ... after Ryan O’Leary’s shot was stuffed, Warner picked up the ball and lofted it into the net as he was getting brought to the ground ... came up empty-handed, no goals or assists, in each of the last two games, including the Mids’ loss to Colgate ... it’s the first time this year he has not provided Navy with a point ... scored the equalizer against Holy Cross in the third quarter ... produced two assists in the one-goal loss to nationally-ranked North Carolina ... dealt out a career-high three assists in the Mids’ win over Ohio State after turning in just two helpers during the 2008 campaign ... picked up a career-best three ground balls against the Buckeyes ... two games into the season (2-3-5), had already eclipsed his point total from his rookie season (2-2-4). 2008 (Fr.): As a rookie, played in 12 games and contributed four points on two goals and two assists ... in his debut, scored a goal and provided an assist in the Mids’ 10-2 win over VMI in the season-opener ... credited with a goal and an assist in Navy’s heart-breaking OT loss to Cornell ... scooped up seven ground balls, including two in the VMI game. More on Warner: A 2006 graduate of Corning East High School, Warner was a three-sport standout where he earned letters in golf (4), lacrosse (3) and basketball (1) ...led Corning East to the Section 4 title in 2004, ‘05 and ‘06 ... named the Section 4 MVP as a senior ... garnered First-Team All-Section 4 and All-Leader recognition as a junior and senior ... served as the lacrosse and golf team captain his senior year ... named the team’s lacrosse MVP in 2006 ... garnered Section 4 All-Tournament Team kudos as a junior ... member of the Western Empire team that claimed the bronze medal in lacrosse in 2005 ... his brother, Ryan, is a freshman midfielder on the Navy lacrosse team ... majoring in Political Science ... full name is Richard Andrew Warner ... born March 8, 1988, in Corning, N.Y. ... son of Brad and Linda Warner ... his service assignment is Surface Warfare. Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2008 12-0 2 2009 16-16 13 2010 15-15 22 Total 43-31 37

A 2 14 15 31

G 0 6 9 15

A 0 2 5 7

Patriot League Yr GP-S 2008 4-0 2009 6-6 2010 6-6 Total 16-12 Career Highs Goals Assists Points Ground Balls

4 4 6 5

Pts Sh 4 6 27 41 37 54 68 101

Up GB 0 7 0 23 8 27 8 57

TO --15 26 41

Pts 0 8 14 22

Up GB 0 1 0 8 5 13 5 22

TO --3 9 12

Sh 0 17 20 37

vs. Lafayette (4-30-10) (2x, MR vs. Georgetown; 4-2-10) vs. Georgetown (4-2-10) vs. Army (4-17-10)

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FR • M • 6-0 • 182 CORNING, N.Y. / CORNING EAST

More on Warner: A 2009 graduate of Corning East High School, Warner attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... a two-year lacrosse letterwinner who served as the captain of the team his junior and senior years ... his brother, Andy, is a senior midfielder on the Navy lacrosse team who was named a Second-Team All-Patriot League selection in 2010 and is Navy’s top returning scorer heading into 2011 ... full name is Ryan Jefferson Warner ... born Feb. 8, 1991, in Elmira, N.Y. ... son of Brad and Linda Warner.

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West

JR • M/FO • 5-10 • 185 BERLIN, MD. / STEPHEN DECATUR

West in 2010 (So.): Saw action in every game as one of the Mids’ four faceoff specialists ... paced Navy with his 49.2 win percentage, claiming 64 of the 130 draws he took ... the 64 wins go down in the Navy record book as the 15th most in a single season ... he enters his junior season ranked 14th on the Mids’ all-time faceoff wins list with 65 wins ... he trails 13th-place Bart Orr (1997-00) by 24 and is 74 wins shy of joining Navy’s all-time top 10 ... played a fine game against Johns Hopkins where he won six of nine faceoffs ... took 14 of the 16 draws against Army in the regular-season meeting, winning nine ... his nine wins, 14 attempts and 64.3 win percentage were all career highs ... meanwhile the nine wins tied as the most in 2010 by a Navy player and the win percentage was also the best ... won five of the seven faceoffs against Bucknell, including the draw to start overtime ... it gave Navy possession and what would turn into the game-winning goal ... also had a fine performance against North Carolina where he won four of the five draws ... named to the Patriot League All-Tournament Team after winning 23 of the 48 faceoffs he took and grabbing 11 ground balls against Lafayette and Army. 2009 (Fr.): Made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ win over VMI, where he won one of his five faceoffs. More on West: A 2008 graduate of Stephen Decatur High School, West was a three-sport all-star who garnered four letters in lacrosse, soccer and indoor track & field ... led the lacrosse team to the region title in 2006 with a 13-2 record ... in

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2011 Midshipmen Profiles 2008, Stephen Decatur claimed the Bayside Championship with a 13-1 mark ... earned First-Team All-State (Md.) lax kudos as a senior en route to being named a First-Team High School All-American ... received First-Team All-Bayside recognition in lacrosse from 2006-08 ... was also a first-team all-league midfielder for the soccer team from 2005-08 ... member of the 4x800 meter relay team that placed fourth at the state meet in 2008 ... member of the National Honor Society ... served as class president and was a member of the Student Government Association ... brother, Ryan, played lacrosse at Drexel ... father, Randy, attended Salisbury University where he was a member of the football team ... full name is Logan Tanner West ... born Feb. 3, 1990, in Salisbury, Md. ... son of Walter and Gwen West ... majoring in Systems Engineering, he has been named to the Commandant’s List three times ... named to the Dean’s List last spring ... ranked in the top 33 percent of his class (1,148) in academic and overall order of merit. A 0 0 0

Patriot League Yr GP-S G A 2009 --- --- --2010 6-0 0 0 Total 6-0 0 0 Career Highs Ground Balls FO Wins FO Attempts FO Pct.

Pts Sh GB 0 0 1 0 3 27 0 3 28

FO 1-5 64-130 65-135

Pct. 20.0 49.2 48.1

Pts Sh GB --- --- --0 2 10 0 2 10

FO --22-42 22-42

Pct. --52.4 52.4

4 vs. Bucknell (3-6-10) 9 vs. Army (4-17-10) 14 vs. Army (4-17-10) 64.3 (9-14) vs. Army (4-17-10)

Career Yr 2009 2010 Total

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Wickham

JR • GK • 5-10 • 178 PENN YAN, N.Y. / PENN YAN ACADEMY

Statistics GP-S Min. GA 6-6 360:00 42 15-15 905:18 129 21-21 1265:18 171

GAA Sv 7.00 42 8.55 188 8.11 230

Sv% Rec 50.0 4-2 59.3 7-8 57.4 11-10

GA 40 43 83

GAA Sv 8.00 39 7.23 76 7.58 115

Sv% 49.4 63.9 58.1

Patriot League Yr GP-S Min. 2009 5-5 300:00 2010 6-6 356:45 Total 11-11 656:45 Career Highs Goals Allowed Saves Save Pct. Ground Balls

Rec 3-2 4-2 7-4

14 at Lafayette (3-12-10) 19 vs. Loyola (2-20-10) 84.2 (16 Sv, 3 GA) vs. H. Cross (3-20-10) 7 at Lehigh (3-2-10)

Wickham in 2010 (So.): A starter in every game he has played in over the last two years (21 gms ... 6 in 2009, 15 in 2010) ... on April 14, he was one of 26 players officially named a Tewaaraton Trophy nominee ... named the Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year, while picking up First-Team All-Patriot League kudos ... garnered Honorable Mention All-America honors after concluding the year ranked fifth nationally in save percentage (.593) and 11th in goals-against average (8.55) ... he finished his sophomore season with 188 saves, reaching double digits in 10 of the 15 games ... behind his 17-save effort at Maryland, he joined the Mids’ single-season top 20 leader board ... following a nine-save effort against Johns Hopkins which earned him his fourth Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week citation, he moved into 13th on the list ... with a combined 14 saves in the Patriot League Tournament, Wickham jumped to sixth on Navy’s all-time single-season leader board with 188 ... it’s the most saves by a Navy keeper since two-time Kelly Award winner Mickey Jarboe who turned away 215 shots in 1999 ... broke into the program’s top 20 career saves leader board against Holy Cross behind a 16-save effort ... he turned back 17 shots against Maryland to become only the 19th player in school history to reach 200 career saves ... with 230-career saves, he stands 18th on the Mids’ career leader board ... he is just one shy of tying 17th-place Cliff Eley (1956-57) and is 104 short of entering Navy’s top 10 ... opened the 2010 campaign with a solid effort, stopping 12 shots on goal against VMI ... his 19-save per-

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Career Statistics Yr GP-S G 2009 1-0 0 2010 15-0 0 Total 16-0 0

formance against Loyola marked the best effort by a Navy keeper since former Navy team captain Seth DiNola turned away 21 shots on goal in a losing effort against Penn State (5-4) on April 12, 2003 ... he was rewarded by being named the Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week on Feb. 23 ... he recorded his third-straight double-figure save game by turning away 14 shots against fourth-ranked North Carolina ... he received his second Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week honor on March 8 after making a combined 27 saves in wins over Lehigh and Bucknell ... he made a diving save as time expired in the game against Bison, forcing overtime and an eventual Navy win ... he scored his third league honor (3-23) after producing a combined 28 saves against Towson and Holy Cross ... broke into the program’s top 20 career saves leader board against Holy Cross behind a 16-save effort ... Navy’s leader in ground balls, he scooped up 60 over the course of the season and was tied for 35th in the country with his 4.00 ground balls per game average ... his 60 ground balls are etched in as the 15th-most grounders by a Navy player in a single season. 2009 (Fr.): Made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ Patriot League opener at Bucknell ... recorded six saves, while giving up eight goals in the loss ... is the first Navy freshman to start in goal since 1997, when two-time Kelly Award winner Mickey Jarboe started all 12 contests his rookie season for the Mids ... only the four Navy rookie to start all-time in goal ... ranks fourth on Navy’s all-time freshmen saves list with 42 ... stopped seven shots at Holy Cross, including six in the second period ... received Patriot League Rookie of the Week recognition for his performances against Mount St. Mary’s and Lafayette ... he is the first Navy keeper to garner the weekly award .. he is the first Navy player to pick up the award since Basil Daratsos and Tim Paul in 2007 ... made a career-high 14 saves in leading Navy to a 14-9 win over Lafayette in its Patriot League home opener. More on Wickham: A 2007 graduate of Penn Yan Academy, Wickham spent the 2007-08 academic year at the Naval Academy Prep School ... a three-sport athlete who lettered in lacrosse (4), basketball (3) and football (2) ... led the lacrosse team to section titles in four straight seasons (2004-05-06-07) ... named a High School All-American in lacrosse as a senior ... received first-team all-conference honors twice (2006-07) as a point guard on the basketball team ... guided the hoops team to the 2006 Section 5 crown ... a safety on the football squad, he earned first-team all-league kudos in 2006 and ‘07 ... father, Mark, was a member of the track & field team at Marist ... full name is Ryan Joseph Wickham ... born Dec. 29, 1988, in Albany, N.Y. ... son of Mark and Susan Wickham ... majoring in Economics ... ranked in the top 25 percent of his class (1,148) in military order of merit.


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Paul

Zimmerman FR • GK • 5-7 • 152 HOMER, N.Y. / HOMER

More on Zimmerman: A 2009 graduate of Homer High School, Zimmerman attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2009-10 academic year ... was the co-recipient, along with Paul Zimmerman, of the first annual NAPS Lacrosse Captain Brandon "Bull" Barrett award for outstanding hard work, dedication to the team and inspiring leadership on and off the lacrosse field ... a threesport standout, he earned letters in hockey (4), soccer (4) and lacrosse (2) ... garnered first-team all-league and All-Central New York honors in lacrosse his junior and senior years ... named an Academic All-American for the sport of lacrosse his senior year ... led Homer High to the 2008 league title in lacrosse with an 18-3 record ... served as team captain of the lacrosse and hockey teams his senior year ... a three-time first-team all-league hockey selection ... earned first-team all-league honors in hockey his junior and senior years ... during his freshman year of high school, traveled to the Ukraine for a mission trip ... member of the National Honor Society ... father graduated from Cornell where he was also a member of the lacrosse team ... full name is Paul James Zimmerman ... born March 4, 1991, in Canandaigua, N.Y. ... son of James and Joelle Zimmerman.

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Navy Coaching Staff

RICHIE MEADE

|Head Coach

17th Year at Navy • 21st Overall Navy head coach Richie Meade, one of the most successful coaches in NCAA history, is also one of the most sought after coaches in the game today. Synonymous with leadership and discipline, Meade embarks on his 21st season as a collegiate head coach and 17th at the Naval Academy with one thing on his mind - leading the Midshipmen to a National Championship. While it’s not a simple task, the 2004 National Coach of the Year has orchestrated the resurgence of Navy lacrosse over the last seven seasons. Though playing in the 2004 National Championship Game thrust Navy lacrosse back into the national limelight, the Mids fell two goals short of earning their first NCAA lacrosse title and two goals shy of returning to the national semifinals in ‘05. While it had the lacrosse community buzzing, it’s left Meade and his Midshipmen hungry for the opportunity to return to the National Championship Game and their chance at etching their name on that coveted trophy. Not only has Meade kept Navy on par with the growth of lacrosse, the program continues to be lauded for its accomplishments. Navy is one of just 13 teams alltime to appear in the National Championship Game, including one of nine to make multiple appearances. Additionally, Meade’s Mids have been invited to the national tournament in six of the last seven seasons. Only one other time in program history (1971-82) has Navy made as many consecutive trips (six) to the NCAA Tournament. Navy has won 69.4 percent of its games over the last seven seasons and is ranked seventh nationally in wins with 77. Meanwhile its winning percentage is also the seventh best among the national powers. In six of the last seven years, including six straight from 2004-09, the Midshipmen have reached double-digit wins, marking the first time in school history they have achieved that feat. Navy posted a school-record 15 wins in 2004 and the second-most wins in 2005 with 12. The Mids turned in back-to-back 11-4 records in 2006 and ‘07, posted a 10-6 mark in ‘08 and produced an 11-5 record in ‘09. The Class of 2007 graduated as the winningest class (wins) in school history with a 49-15 record, while the grads from 2006 and ‘08 produced 44 wins, the second most in school history.

Additionally, Navy owns a remarkable six-year 36-7 (.837) record in Patriot League action and has won at least a share of the regular-season title in five of the seven seasons it has been a member of the conference. The Mids have also won five of the seven tournament crowns, including the 2009 championship when Navy clipped Colgate in triple overtime before upsetting top-seeded Bucknell, 9-8, to earn the league’s automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament.

The Rise of Navy Lacrosse

After playing in the 2004 National Championship, the hunger to make a return trip was a driving force throughout the 2005 campaign. It was that drive that helped the Mids overcome obstacles thrown their direction every step of the way, which included multiple injuries. Despite being short-handed and banged up most of the season, the Mids produced a 12-4 record, claimed their second-consecutive Patriot League Tournament title and made a return trip to the NCAA Tournament as the fifth seed. The Mids produced a first-round victory over Delaware at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, but dropped a two-goal decision against sixth-ranked Virginia at Homewood Field in Baltimore in the quarterfinals. The last time Navy won back-toback first round games was the 1987, ‘88 and ‘89 seasons in which the Mids claimed opening-round wins over Brown, Harvard and Penn, respectively. Seven of Navy’s last eight games of the season were against nationally-ranked opponents and the Mids posted a 4-3 record which featured a pair of victories over arch rival Army. The Midshipmen also posted a 9-8 win over Maryland during that eight-game stretch, their first win over the Terps in Annapolis since 1985. It also marked the first time since 1980 and ‘81 in which Navy has won back-to-back contests against Maryland. Nine Midshipmen were named to All-Patriot League teams, while six players garnered All-America recognition. In 2006, Navy fought its way back to the NCAA Tournament for a third-consecutive year routing 14th-ranked North Carolina (11-3), defeating arch rival and nationally-ranked Army twice and picking off fourth-ranked Maryland on its home field along the way. Despite winning a share of its third-straight Patriot League regular-season crown, Navy was forced to defend its title on neutral territory when the Mids cruised past Lehigh and Army to win their third-consecutive Patriot League Tournament and earned the league’s automatic bid to play in the NCAA Tournament. It was in Washington, D.C. where the Mids’ season was cut short by a come-from-behind win by fourth-ranked Georgetown in the NCAA quarterfinals. Navy opened its 2007 campaign on a remarkable roll, winning its first eight contests, including an impressive 19-8 victory over No. 5 North Carolina. The Mids,

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Navy Coaching Staff Tracking Richie Meade’s Coaching Career Head Coaching Ledger Career Record — 165-111, .598 (20 Yrs) Navy Record — 138-88, .611 (16 Yrs) Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 4 Years

School Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore >> Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy >>

6 6 4 8 6 6 7 6 7 7 9 4 8 5 8 5 6 7 15 3 12 4 11 4 11 4 10 6 11 5 7 8 138 88

Pct .536 .308 .846 .455 .540 .500 .333 .500 .538 .500 .692 .615 .615 .462 .833 .750 .733 .733 .625 .688 .467 .611

Assistant Coaching Ledger

Year 1977 1978 1979 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

School Duke Duke North Carolina Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy North Carolina North Carolina Army Army Army Army

W 7 9 4 6 5 8 9 8 13 12 10 10 12 8

L 6 6 3 6 6 4 4 5 5 4 4 4 4 7

Pct .538 .600 .571 .500 .455 .667 .692 .615 .722 .750 .714 .714 .750 .533

PL / ECAC W L Pct

5 1 .833 4 2 .667 3 2 .600 1 4 .200 7 0 1.000 5 1 .833 5 1 .833 6 0 1.000 5 1 .833 4 2 .667 4 2 .667 49 16 .754 36 7 .837 13 9 .591 Conference W L Pct 0 3 .000 0 4 .000 1 3 .250

2 2 5 5 5 5

1 1 0 0 0 0

.667 .667 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

PL Finish Tourn.

2nd 3rd 3rd T-5th 1st T-1st T-1st 1st T-1st 3rd 2nd

NCAA Tourn.

1st Round

1st 1st 1st 1st --1st 2nd

Finals Quarterfinals 1st Round 1st Round Quarterfinals Quarterfinals

Patriot League (2004-present) ECAC (2000-03) Conf. Finish Tourn. 3rd 4th

1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

NCAA Tourn.

Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals Quarterfinals

Final Poll

18 UA --17 13 11 14 15 --2 3 9 8 14 12 ---

Final Poll

• 2004 Morris Touchstone Memorial Award • 2004, ‘07 Patriot League Coach of the Year • 2009 Peter Kohn Award

Milestone Wins • at Navy 1 25 50 75 100 125

UMBC #20 Penn Rutgers #7 Cornell St. Joseph’s Lehigh

16-13 12-8 6-3 6-5 10-3 10-8

2/25/95 3/13/99 3/16/02 5/23/04 2/17/07 3/10/09

1 25 50 75 100 125 150

Unknown - at Univ. of Baltimore Unknown - at Univ. of Baltimore #22 Army 11-5 4/25/98 West Point, N.Y. St. Joseph’s 16-2 2/16/02 Annapolis, Md. #19 Hobart 9-8 5/2/04 Annapolis, Md. Lehigh 9-2 4/28/06 Hamilton, N.Y. Mt. St. Mary’s 6-2 3/3/09 Emmitsburg, Md.

Milestone Wins • Career

Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Piscataway, N.J. Ithaca, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Bethlehem, Pa.

D-I All-Time Winningest Coaches (by%) 1. 44. 45. 46.

Willis Bilderback John Haus Greg Cannella* Richie Meade*

131-26-2 125-80 136-89 165-111

83.0 61.0 60.4 59.8

1. Jack Emmer 31. Cliff Stevenson 32. Mike Waldvogel 33. Richie Meade* * - denotes active coach

326-184 170-95 166-144 165-111

63.9 64.2 53.6 59.8

1. 16. 17. 18.

John Desko Joe Breschi Greg Cannella Richie Meade

147-44 117-72 136-89 165-111

77.0 61.9 60.4 59.8

1. 10. 11. 12.

Dave Urick, Georgetown Don Zimmerman, UMBC Jim Stagnitta, Rutgers Richie Meade

331-115 202-123 188-115 165-111

75.1 62.2 62.1 59.8

D-I All-Time Winningest Coaches (by Wins)

D-I Winningest Active Coaches (by%)

D-I Winningest Active Coaches (by Wins)

the regular season, the Midshipmen received an at-large bid to play in the NCAA however, dropped three of their next four games by a combined three goals. Navy Tournament where they would go on and beat fourth-seeded North Carolina, 8-7, rebounded by defeating Army and Colgate in the Patriot League Tournament to win in Chapel Hill. Arch rival Johns Hopkins, however, played the spoiler in Annapolis its fourth-straight conference title and earn the league’s automatic bid to play in the NCAA Tournament. on May 17, as the Blue Jays ended Navy’s season in the quarterfinals. Jordan DiNola, who was named the Patriot League Defensive Player of the Eleven Midshipmen were named to All-Patriot League teams, while Richie Year, became just the 33rd player in school history to earn All-America kudos three Meade was named the Patriot League Coach of the Year for the second time in four times, as he was named to the second team, while Nick Mirabito completed his colyears. Meanwhile, Billy Looney was named a First-Team All-American and legiate career seventh on the Mids’ career scordefenseman Jordan DiNola was named to the honorable mention squad for the second-straight “Coach Meade is Navy Lacrosse. His attitude, approach ing list and was an Honorable Mention AllAmerica selection. year. and mindset reflect the type of athletes the Naval Heading into the 2008 campaign, there were A return trip to the NCAA Tournament was the Academy is looking to produce.” highlight of a 2009 season that saw the Mids more questions than answers for Meade. While Three-time All-American and 2004 Markland Kelly face their fair share of adversity. Three frustratNavy’s defense remained nearly intact from the previous year, its offense was decimated by Award winner Matt Russell ing one-goal losses and three changes in the goal were quickly erased by a run from the Mids graduation and injuries. Navy answered the critics by winning eight of its first nine games - dropthat would give them the much-needed momentum at just the right time of the year. Meade called upon senior keeper Tommy ping a heartbreaker in overtime to sixth-ranked Cornell, while taking overtime wins Phelan to step into the cage on March 28 against Georgetown. It was just what the over NCAA Tournament qualifier Ohio State and Bucknell. doctor ordered, as the Mids snapped a five-game skid against the Hoyas, 10-8. The Six of Navy’s last seven games, however, were against nationally-ranked foes following week, the Mids man-handled No. 8 Maryland, 10-4, in front of a national who seemed to solve the Mids. After getting clipped in OT by Georgetown, Navy came back to take a 5-4 victory over No. 3 Maryland on the road, its first win over television audience staged at the country’s premier lacrosse venue, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial stadium. And on April 11, the Mids clamped down on Army at the a top-three program since beating the Terps in 2004 when they were ranked No. 1. Day of Rivals in Baltimore, earning an N-Star and bragging rights for the year. What followed, however, was a three-game skid, including a 12-9 loss to Colgate Navy’s quest for a fifth Patriot League crown began with a triple overtime win in the opening round of the conference tournament. Despite the slide at the end of

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Navy’s Success Under Richie Meade’s Direction • Among active coaches, Meade is ranked 12th by wins (165) and 18th in winning % (59.8) • He is the 33rd winningest coach in NCAA history by wins and 46th by winning %. • Has led the Midshipmen to 77 wins over the last seven years, the sixth most in the country. • Led Navy to six-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (2004-09) for the first time since it earned 12 straight berths between 1971-82. • Guided the Mids to the National Championship Game in 2004 for the first time since 1975. • Navy is one of just 13 teams all-time to appear in the National Championship Game and one of nine to make multiple appearances. • In 2004, became the fourth coach in school history to receive the Morris Touchstone Memorial Award as the National Coach of the Year. • Has helped mold an All-American in all 16 seasons at the Naval Academy with 20 different players earning the distinction. • Seven players earned All-America honors in 2004, the most since the 1975 campaign. • Produced Navy’s first Kelly Award winner, Mickey Jarboe in 1999 and 2000, since Leonard Supko garnered the honor in 1970. Matt Russell, a 2006 graduate, received the Kelly Award in 2004. • Meade has led the Mids to 10 or more wins in six of the last seven seasons ... Navy won 10 or more in 2004-05-06-07-08-09, marking the first time in school history the Mids have achieved this feat. • Over the course of the last seven seasons, Navy has produced the top-four win totals in school history (school-record 15 in 2004, 12 in ‘05, 11 in ‘06, ‘07 and ‘08). • Has led the Midshipmen to at least a share of the regular-season crown (04-05-06-07-08) five times and five Patriot League Tournament titles (04-0506-07-09) since joining the league in ‘04. • Has directed Navy to a 36-7 Patriot League record and an 11-2 mark in the Patriot League Tournament. • Led Navy to its first documented win over a No. 1ranked team with a 9-6 win over Maryland (4/10/04). • Owns a 15-5 record against arch rival Army, including wins in 13-straight games (1998-2007), the longest winning streak by either team in series history. • Dating back to 2003, Navy has won 43-straight games when holding its foes to five or fewer goals. • Has guided the Mids to a 43-3 record over the last four years when scoring 10 or more goals. • His defense has been among the top five in eight of the last 10 seasons, including 2005 and ‘06 when it was ranked No. 1 ... it has been among the top three in five (2004-08) of the last six seasons. • The Mids have posted a 37-13 record at home over the last six seasons, outscoring their foes, 543343. • The Class of ‘07 holds the school record for most wins with 49, while the Class of ‘06 and ‘08 are second with 44 wins. • In 2010, guided the Midshipmen to their first win over Johns Hopkins since 1974, snapping a 36game skid against the Blue Jays.

over Colgate, thanks to junior middie Joe Lennon who After sweeping through the Patriot League with a scored the final three goals of the game. The Mids 7-0 record in its first season as a member of the then utilized both ends of the field without flaw to league, Navy conquered Colgate and Hobart in the upset top-seeded Bucknell and earn the automatic league’s postseason tourney to earn the automatic bid berth to the NCAA Tournament. to the NCAA Tournament. The Hobart win came with In 2009, Meade was the recipient of the Peter Kohn an added bonus, marking Meade’s 100th-career victoaward which is given to a member of the lacrosse ry. community who best represents the scripture: By virtue of its Patriot League Tournament win, “Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down Navy earned an automatic bid to the NCAA his life for his friends.” (John 15:13). Tournament, making its first appearance since 1999. Junior attackman Tim Paul paced Navy with 32 The Midshipmen went on to gain the nation’s support points on 18 goals and 14 assists to garner Honorable as they fought their way through the NCAA Mention All-American To u r n a m e n t . honors, while junior First defeating attackman Brendan “Coach Meade’s sincere concern with developing gentle- Penn handily, 11Connors erupted for a men of character and integrity goes beyond the playing 5, at home and team-high 21 goals. field. He sees that his players graduate from the Naval then surviving a Meanwhile, Navy’s Academy as not only great lacrosse players, but also battle against man-down unit was gentlemen of honor and integrity who are able to tackle seventh-seeded ranked No. 1 in the Cornell on the any challenge with the tenacity and zeal that he has for country, yielding just six Big Red’s home goals on 40 attempts the game of lacrosse.” - 2005 graduate and three-year turf. Navy made (.150). The Mids’ 7.61 letterwinner Chris Pieczonka it to the coveted goals-against average national semifiwas ranked eighth nals where it nationally. beat eighth-ranked Princeton, 8-7, before succumbing Navy’s 2010 season could best be described using to Syracuse by a goal in the finale with better than a single word - adversity. The Mids opened their sea40,000 fans looking on. son against VMI by being called for a pair controverBy year’s end, seven Mids garnered All-America sial illegal sticks, a manufacturer’s nightmare that was kudos, including keeper Matt Russell who was named spread amongst the lacrosse community. a First-Team All-American and the winner of the Ens. The following game vs. Loyola, not only did Navy lose C. Markland Kelly Award as the nation’s top goalkeepsenior All-American attackman Tim Paul to a seasoner. Meade was the recipient of the Morris Touchstone ending knee injury, it would be the first of five overtime Memorial Award, given to the National Coach of the games the Mids would be a part of and the first of Year. He is just the fourth Naval Academy coach to seven one-goal games over the course of the season. earn the Touchstone Award. Navy won three of the five extra-minute affairs, but dropped four of the seven one-goal contests. Navy’s Seventh Head Coach Navy’s three overtime wins would be spectacular, In 1995, Meade joined the Naval Academy where including the Mids’ come-from-behind victory over he was named the program’s seventh head coach Colgate on the road where senior All-American and now leads the Midshipmen into their 102nd seaPatrick Moran would score his second game-winning son as a varsity sport at the Naval Academy. It was a overtime goal. However, the one that will be rememhomecoming of sorts, as he served as an assistant bered for seasons to come came on April 24 at Navycoach for the Mids for five years under then-head Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Junior attackman coach Bryan Matthews from 1984-88. Andy Warner stuck a shot past Blue Jays keeper Meade has spent the past 14 years renewing Pierce Bassett to lead Navy to a 9-8 OT victory over the tradition of Navy lacrosse and implementing an Johns Hopkins, ultimately snapping a 36-game losing aggressive style of play that has been the program’s streak which began in 1975. trademark. Since coming to the Academy, there has The Mids turned in a 4-2 record in Patriot League action and gained the No. 2 seed in the tournament which was played at West Point. Navy avenged the program’s first loss to Lafayette by scoring an 11-9 victory against the Leopards in the Patriot League Tournament semis. However, Navy’s quest for a six Patriot League title was squelched by archrival Army, 11-8, in the championship showdown.

2004: A Season to Remember

The year 2004 will forever be etched into the Navy lacrosse annals. Most considered the Mids’ season a Cinderella story. But the blood, sweat and tears spoke volumes for the Navy squad that fought to play in the program’s first National Championship game since 1975. Over the course of the season, several milestones were achieved, including a school-record 15 wins. In addition to recording the most wins in Academy history, Navy earned its highest ranking — No. 2 — for fiveconsecutive weeks. Its 9-6 win over Maryland was the program’s first win over a top-ranked program and one-of-six Navy wins over top-10 ranked teams. The Academy also attracted better than 18,500 fans to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium to witness No. 1 Johns Hopkins battle No. 2 Navy in a 10-9 overtime Blue Jay decision. Along the way, Meade helped orchestrate Navy’s seventh-consecutive Star Game victory against arch rival Army.

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Navy Coaching Staff

The Journey to Navy

A native of Williston Park, N.Y. on Long Island, Meade played at Nassau Community College before transferring to North Carolina where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976, as well as a Master of Science degree in 1979. After working in the recreation field and as an assistant coach at Duke, he was named an assistant at North Carolina in 1979. A year later, he earned his first head coaching job at the University of Baltimore, where he had a four-year record of 27-23. The school dropped its athletic program in 1983. He then came to Navy for five years (1984-88) as an assistant lacrosse coach and Assistant Professor of Physical Education. During that period, he served as defensive coordinator for the lacrosse program. From 1989-90, he was an assistant at North Carolina, serving as offensive coordinator and attack and midfield coach. Meade moved on to Army in 1991 as offensive coordinator and attack position coach.

A Leader, Teacher, Family Man

Meade serves as President of the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) which was created to help build the game of lacrosse, become the premier organization providing coaches development and monitor the integrity of the game. Its membership is comprised of individual collegiate coaches. In addition, the IMLCA has created relationships with the high school boys lacrosse coaches and the collegiate club lacrosse coaches to benefit from the initiatives of the IMLCA. The Director of the Navy Lacrosse Camp, Navy offers 10 camps throughout the year ranging from day camps to extended stay camps, individual and team camps. In addition to coaching lacrosse, Meade is a tenured full professor in the Naval Academy Physical Education Department. He has taught a range of activities and personal defense classes including kayaking and boxing. The Physical Education Department is tasked with accomplishing one third of the mission of the Naval Academy, to prepare midshipmen physically to become professional Navy and Marine Corps officers. This mission is accomplished through a thorough and rigorous course of instruction in the fundamentals of swimming, personal defense, lifetime fitness and recreational sports, and through the regular administration of the Physical Readiness Test. Midshipmen must meet physical education requirements during their four years at the Naval Academy in order to graduate. In December of 2007, he was appointed a member of the USA Boxing Foundation Board of Trustees. USA Boxing is the national governing body of amateur, Olympic-style boxing, and is the United States' member organization of the International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA). In the fall of ‘06, he was invited by the Brigade of Midshipmen to speak at the Corbin Leadership Conference. He was the head coach for the South Team in the '95 North-South Lacrosse All-Star Game. Meade and his wife, Sue, were married in the fall of 1998 and have three daughters, Jillian, Shannon Grace and Cassidy.

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Richie Meade Era All-Americans All-Americans: 21 players honored 39 times • Last: Tim Paul in 2009 First-Team All-Americans: 6 • Last: Billy Looney in 2007 Second-Team All-Americans: 6 • Last: Jordan DiNola in 2008 Third-Team All-Americans: 7 • Last: Matt Russell in 2006 Honorable Mention All-Americans: 20 • Last: Tim Paul in 2009 Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010

Player Team Andrew (Andy) Ross HM Andrew (Andy) Ross HM Andrew (Andy) Ross Third Team Chad Donnelly HM Michael (Mickey) Jarboe First Team Chad Donnelly HM Michael (Mickey) Jarboe First Team Chad Donnelly Third Team Adam Borcz HM Adam Borcz Second Team Gregory (Greg) Conklin HM Gregory (Greg) Conklin HM Christopher (Chris) Stebbings HM Matthew (Matt) Russell First Team Ian Dingman Second Team Benjamin (Ben) Bailey Third Team Mitchell (Mitch) Hendler Third Team Joseph (Joe) Bossi HM Graham Gill HM Stephen (Steve) Looney HM Graham Gill First Team Mitchell (Mitch) Hendler First Team Matthew (Matt) Russell Second Team William (Billy) Looney Third Team Stephen (Steve) Looney Third Team Jonathan (Jon) Birsner HM Jonathan (Jon) Birsner Second Team William (Billy) Looney Second Team Matthew (Matt) Russell Third Team Jordan DiNola HM Stephen (Steve) Looney HM William (Billy) Looney First Team Jordan DiNola HM Jordan DiNola Second Team Nick Mirabito HM Timothy (Tim) Paul HM Andrew (Andy) Tormey HM Patrick Moran HM Ryan (RJ) Wickham HM

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been at least one Midshipman who has earned AllAmerica honors, including three-time honorees Andy Ross (‘97) and Chad Donnelly (‘00), 2006 graduates Steve Looney and Matt Russell, Billy Looney (‘07) and Jordan DiNola (‘08). Meanwhile, two-time First-Team All-America Mickey Jarboe was named the Kelly Award winner in 1999 and 2000 and Russell claimed the award in ‘04. In his first season at Navy, the Mids posted a 6-6 mark, as both coach and team adjusted to a new system. The Mids hoped to improve on that record in '96, but a mere four points kept Navy from celebrating a 75 record, and the team finished 4-8 overall. In 1997, Navy jumped out to a 4-0 record and a No. 4 national ranking, only to lose its final four games and finish at an even 6-6. In 1998, Meade’s squad posted its first .500-plus season since his arrival, thanks in part to returning six of the top seven scorers from ‘97. The year 1999 saw the Mids return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1994. The Mids earned an at-large bid after producing a 7-7 record with impressive wins over North Carolina and Georgetown. In 2000, the Mids associated themselves with a conference — the ECAC — for the first time in program history. Meade’s squad finished tied for first with Georgetown, however, the Hoyas posted a 14-10 win over the Mids in Washington, D.C. to win the head-tohead tie breaker. In 2001 and 2002, the Mids recorded identical 8-5 records and both years they finished third in the league.


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Coaching Roots

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ROSS

ASSISTANT COACH • FOURTH YEAR Coaching Career

Returning for his fourth season as a member of the Navy coaching staff is Stan Ross, who, after mentoring the Mids’ offensive squad alongside Anthony Gilardi in 2009, will oversee the defensive unit, as he did in 2010. Under Ross’ leadership, Navy was ranked No. 2 in the Patriot League and 13th nationally in scoring defense, surrendering 8.67 goals per game. Anchored by First-Team All-Patriot League defenseman Michael Hirsch, who returned to the playing field after suffering a season-ending knee injury late in ‘09, the Mids killed off 66.7 percent of their foes’ extra-man opportunities. Ross also took over the responsibility of overseeing Navy’s goalkeeping corps. He helped develop RJ Wickham into a Tewaaraton nominee and an Honorable Mention All-American in his sophomore season. Named the 2010 Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year, Wickham was ranked No. 5 in the country in save percentage (.593) and 11th in goals-against average (8.55). He led the conference in both save percentage and saves per game (12.53) and was third in GAA. In 2009, Navy scored more goals and dealt out more assists than the prior season. The Mids averaged 8.94 goals, while turning in 5.56 assists per contest. Navy’s starting attack combined to score 52 of Navy’s 143 goals, while the trio also accounted for 38 of the 89 assists. Junior Tim Paul paced the Mids with 32 points on 18 goals and a team-high tying 14 assists en route to garnering Honorable Mention All-America recognition. Meanwhile, attackman Brendan Connors reaped the rewards of Ross’ coaching, as he came into his junior season having scored just two goals and dealt out two assists. Connors, in turn, paced the team in 2009 with 21 goals and 10 assists. Meanwhile, Navy also saw great production out of its midfield where Patrick Moran earned First-Team All-Patriot League honors behind his 20-goal, three-assist performance, while all-league middie Joe Lennon had the hot end at the end of the season, scoring four goals in leading the Mids to a tripleOT win over Colgate in the Patriot League semis. Though he coached Navy’s offense in 2009, he orchestrated the Mids’ mandown unit, a squad that yielded just six extra-man goals in 40 attempts (.850) and was ranked No. 1 in the country. In particular, the Mids’ finest performance came against league rival Colgate. Having faced the Raiders twice during the season, Colgate was 0 for 6 against the Mids’ man-down unit. Ross helped carry on the Navy tradition of producing one of the stingiest defensive units in Div. I lacrosse. The Mids have been ranked among the nation's top four in scoring defense in eight of the last nine years and the top three in each of the last five seasons. In 2008, Ross helped Navy secure a No. 3 national ranking in fewest goals allowed per game, surrendering 104 goals in 16 games (6.50). Going into the NCAA quarterfinals, the Mids had been ranked No. 1 for seven consecutive weeks. The Mids held 10 of their 16 opponents to seven or fewer goals, winning 22 in a row when achieving this feat. Navy held seven of its foes scoreless in the opening stanza, including nationally-ranked Maryland. The Terps, who owned the nation’s seventh-ranked scoring offense, were unable to score against the Mids for the first 41 minutes of the game. Navy held Lehigh and Holy Cross to a combined 36 shots in back-to-back contests. The Mountain Hawks were held without a shot in the first quarter, while the Crusaders managed just two shots in the opening half. Ross guided Navy’s man-down defense to a No. 16 national ranking, stopping the EMO on 74.3 percent of the opportunities. Overall, the Mids surrendered nine extra-man goals and just two by Patriot League foes. Four defensive players garnered All-Patriot League recognition under his direction, including Jordan DiNola who became the program’s first player to be named the league defensive player of the year. Additionally, DiNola joined an elite list of players in school history who have been named All-Americans three times.

Ross, who was named the third head coach in Butler lacrosse history on June 16, 2004, spent two seasons (2005-06) as the Bulldogs’ head coach before the program was dropped and the season cancelled on Jan. 31, 2007. He led the Bulldogs to a 9-17 record over two years, while nine of his player garnered AllGreat Western Lacrosse League recognition. In his first season on the job, he inherited a program that featured just four seniors, but nonetheless led the Bulldogs to five wins. Four of Butler's losses in his first season were against ranked opponents and all on the road, while first-year players accounted for 65 percent of the team's goal-scoring. Ross began his coaching career at Loyola where he was an undergraduate assistant to Dave Cottle in 1996. Upon graduating, Ross moved on to the University of Denver where the Pioneers were in their first year of Division I competition. In addition to coaching the defense, he assisted with fund-raising and recruiting. A year later, Ross accepted a position with Princeton as the program's defensive coach. That season the Tigers won the National Championship, finishing the 1998 campaign with a 14-1 record. From Princeton, Ross went on to serve as Tony Seaman’s top assistant and defensive coordinator at Towson for six seasons (1999-04). In addition to his duties as defensive coordinator, he directed Towson's recruiting and scouting programs and served as the staff liaison to the Tigers' strength and conditioning coach. While at Towson, Ross helped lead the Tigers to a 49-38 record, including three NCAA Tournament appearances. The Tigers finished the 2001 campaign with a record of 14-4 and advanced to the national semifinals after being crowned America East champions. Towson went on to win back-to-back Colonial Athletic Association titles and earned an automatic NCAA Tournament berth in his final two seasons with the program (2003-04). Additionally, the Tigers advanced to the national quarterfinals in 2003.

Playing Career

After a stellar prep career at Baltimore Boys' Latin School where he earned AllMetro honors for two straight years, he enjoyed a successful college career at Loyola College. He lettered all four years for the Greyhounds as a close defenseman and was a starter as a junior and senior.

Personal

Ross is a 1996 graduate of Loyola (Md.) College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education. He and his wife, Kathleen, are the parents of a son, J.D., and a daughter, Katie.

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Gilardi

ASSISTANT COACH • THIRD YEAR Coaching Career

Joining the program as an assistant coach in October of 2008, Anthony Gilardi begins his third season as a member of the Navy coaching staff. He will once again focus on the success of the Mids’ offensive unit. Under Gilardi’s leadership, Navy averaged 9.13 goals per game and 14.20 points per outing in a season that saw the Mids outscore their opponent by a goal per game. Honorable Mention All-American midfielder and MLL draft pick Patrick Moran anchored the Navy offense with his 28 goals, including nine extra-man scores. He was also one of the nation’s leaders in hat trick in 2010. Navy scored more goals and dealt out more assists in 2009 than the season prior. The Mids averaged 8.94 goals, while turning in 5.56 assists per contest.

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Coaching Roots

Gilardi began his coaching career by working with both the Ohio State and Denison lacrosse programs. As the co-offensive coordinator at Denison during the 2004-05 campaign, he helped develop two All-North Coast Athletic Conference attackmen and led the Big Red to the Div. III NCAA Tournament. Additionally, he was responsible for creating game plans and breaking down film, while developing and implementing speed and agility programs. That same year, Gilardi signed on as a volunteer assistant coach at his alma mater where he worked with the attack on a one-on-one basis. His knowledge of both the program and the game gave him an edge over his peers as Breschi hired Gilardi as a full-time assistant coach in 2006. In his new role, Gilardi assisted newly-named Ohio State head coach Nick Myers with the instruction of the offense that turned out three All-Americans, eight All-GWLL selections and 2008 GWLL Player of the Year Kevin Buchanan during his tenure. In addition to helping develop and install offensive schemes, Gilardi was responsible for the Buckeyes’ faceoff and wing play, as well as breaking down game and practice film and creating scouting reports. He was involved in all aspects of recruiting, developing instructional camps and coaching clinics and implemented a Junior Recruit Day program.

Playing Career

A two-time All-Great Western Lacrosse League (GWLL) selection, Gilardi helped guide Ohio State to its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2003 after winning a share of the conference title. A year later, the Buckeyes earned their second-consecutive NCAA Tournament berth by way of claiming their first outright GWLL title with a 5-0 record. Anchored by his co-captain Gilardi, who was one of the top point producers (41) and assist (24) men in the country in ‘04, Breschi’s Buckeyes turned in a 12-4 record, the most wins by the program since 1998. Ironically, one of their 12 wins was against a Navy team who would go on to win a school-record 15 games and earn a date with Syracuse in 2004 NCAA Championship. Gilardi, who was named Ohio State’s offensive MVP in 2004, stands 13th on the school’s all-time scoring list with 133 points on 75 goals and 58 assists. Meanwhile, his 58 assists are the ninth most by a Buckeye. A three-time scholar-athlete selection, Gilardi received Academic All-Big Ten honors in 2003 and ‘04. He earned a Bachelor of Sciences degree in History in 2004 and was the recipient of the prestigious Corwin A. Fergus Postgraduate Scholar-Athlete Scholarship. Though his collegiate playing days came to an end, Gilardi signed a free-agent contract to play with the Long Island Lizards of Major League Lacrosse in 2004. He played with the organization for two seasons.

Personal

Active among his coaching peers, Gilardi spoke on the topic of “unsettled offense” at the 2007 Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA). A native of Baldwin, N.Y., Gilardi and his wife, the former Jessica Coridan, were married on Aug. 8, 2008.

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GOERS

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH • 10TH YEAR Coaching Career

After serving as Navy’s Director of Lacrosse Operations for four years, Mark Goers returned to the sidelines as the program’s volunteer assistant coach in 2010. One of the game’s most prolific faceoff specialists, he will again focus his time on improving the Mids’ faceoff unit, while on game day handling the box. Goers came to the Academy in 2002 as an assistant coach, but in 2006 transitioned into the Mids’ Director of Lacrosse Operations. In that role, he oversaw Navy’s travel, facilities scheduling, camps and clinics, as well as other administrative duties including budget, compliance items and film. As an assistant coach from 2002-05, Goers molded the Mids into one of the most successful faceoff squads in the country. In 2004, Chris Pieczonka was ranked No. 2 nationally in faceoffs, winning 67.6 percent (173 of 256) of his draws and led Navy as a team to a tie for No. 2 in the national rankings, winning 65.5 percent (268 of 409). By virtue of his ability to face off, Pieczonka was ranked 10th nationally in ground balls, scooping up 5.81 per contest. Another player Goers is credited in refining is two-time All-American Steve Looney. The middle of three lacrosse playing brothers, Steve was the workhorse of Navy lacrosse during his four-year career. A multi-faceted player, he saw time as a face-off specialist, a wing player on face-offs, a defensive midfielder and an offensive midfielder. Looney, the 2004 Patriot League Tournament MVP, surfaced with the ball in 2004 and ‘05 in nearly every ground ball opportunity.

Playing Career

Goers came to the Naval Academy after a three-year stint at Ohio State where he oversaw the Buckeyes’ offense and face-off strategy. A 1995 graduate of Towson, Goers is regarded as one of the premier players in Tiger history. A 1994 Third-Team All-America, he held Towson records in face-offs won in a game (21 vs. Villanova in ‘94), ground balls in a season (127 in ‘94) and ground balls in a career (274, 1993-95) until 2004 when Justin Berry edged out Goers in those categories. Meanwhile, his 78.8 face-off winning percentage is the best single-season winning percentage in NCAA history.

Coaching Roots

Upon graduation, he began his coaching career in 1996 as an assistant coach at his alma mater where he helped lead the Tigers to the quarterfinals of the ‘96 NCAA Tournament. In 1998, he returned home and assisted his former high school coach Earl Brewer at Langely High School in his home state Virginia, and helped to direct the prep team to the state regional finals. Just a year later, he joined the Ohio State program that was beginning to flourish. In 2000, Goers helped develop face-off specialist Anthony Kelly to a .540 percentage — the nation’s 27th-best mark. The Fairfax, Va., native has competed for the Columbus Landsharks of the NLL and was an all-club team member for Team Toyota.

Personal

Mark and his wife, the former Jessica Anna Christina duHoffmann, were married Dec. 7, 2001, and reside in Kent Island with their son, William, and daughter, Juliette. Goers is an instructor within the Academy’s Physical Education Department. Goers comes from an athletic family. His mother, a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan, holds multiple indoor track records, his father played basketball at Wittenberg and his brother, Matt, played lacrosse at Ohio State and was the team captain his senior campaign.

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Navy’s starting attack combined to score 52 of Navy’s 143 goals, while the trio also accounted for 38 of the 89 assists. Tim Paul paced the Mids with 32 points on 18 goals and a team-high tying 14 assists en route to garnering Honorable Mention All-America recognition. Meanwhile, Brendan Connors reaped the rewards from Gilardi’s coaching, as he came into his junior season having scored just two goals and dealt out two assists. Connors, in turn, led the team in 2009 with 21 goals and 10 assists. Meanwhile, Navy also saw great production out of its midfield where Moran earned First-Team All-Patriot League honors behind his 20-goal, threeassist performance, while all-league middie Joe Lennon had the hot end at the end of the season, scoring four goals in leading the Mids to a triple-OT win over Colgate in the Patriot League semis. Prior to his arrival in Annapolis, Gilardi had spent the previous eight years in Columbus, Ohio as a member of the Ohio State lacrosse program, four as a player and the last four as a coach. One of the most talked about teams in lacrosse in recent years has been Ohio State and its ability to emerge as one of the contenders among the traditional powers. Though the program has been around for some 50 years, it wasn’t until early this decade that former head coach Joe Breschi was able to jumpstart the program. Gilardi was a major contributor as a player and coach in helping lead the Buckeyes to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances. In 2008, Ohio State experienced a record-breaking season that saw the Buckeyes post an 11-6 record and earn an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. Facing eighth-seeded Cornell in the opening round of the tourney, the Buckeyes dominated the Big Red to produce the school’s first NCAA Tournament win (15-7) and advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the first time in program history. Averaging 13.18 goals per game, Ohio State was ranked third in the country in scoring offense, while it’s extra-man attack was also ranked third, scoring on 45.7 percent (32-70) of its opportunities In his three seasons as a full-time assistant coach with the Buckeyes, the program never dipped below .500, nor did they finish lower than second in the conference standings.


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Navy Support Staff

Capt. Don Campbell, USN Officer Representative

Gunnery Sgt. Michael Voegel, USMC Enlisted Representative

Capt. Owen Thorp, USN Faculty Representative

Carl Tamulevich Senior Associate AD Scheduling and Team Support

Matt Munnelly Associate AD Ticket Operations / Summer Camps

Carol Alton Administrative Assistant

Meghan Chambers Athletic Trainer, Intern

James Crowner Stadium Operations

Bill Givens Associate AD Operations

Bryan Harrod Assistant Equipment Manager

Phil Hoffmann Photographer

Preston Johnson Director of Stadium Operations

Dee Jones Athletic Trainer

Capt. Dave Keblish Team Physician

Stacie Michaud Associate Sports Information Director

Damisi Price Stadium Operations

Kris Whitacre Morgenthaler Asst. AD Marketing & Promotions

Kirk Woolfolk Strength and Conditioning

Navy Lacrosse Managers and Video Staff

Harrison Haley, Mike O’Driscoll, Dan Thyberg, JP Collmus, Mike Owens, Kris Ochs, Mike Klunder, Matt, Verducci ,Tom Coffey, AJ Herrera,

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VMI

Game 1 Feb. 12 • Annapolis, Md. • 12:00 pm

Brian Anken

Stephen Robarge

Series History Navy Leads, 3-0

First Meeting 2-9-08 — Navy, 10-2 in Annapolis Last Meeting 2-13-10 — Navy, 16-5 in Annapolis Richie Meade vs. VMI: 3-0 Richie Meade vs. Brian Anken: 0-0

Quick Facts

Location: Lexington, Va. Enrollment: 1,500 Nickname: Keydets Colors: Red, White and Yellow Athletic Director: Donny White Conference: Metro Atlantic Home Field: Foster Stadium Capacity/Surface: 10,000 / Grass

Lacrosse Information

2010 Overall Record: 2-13 2010 MAAC Record: 0-8 / 8th Preseason/10 Final Rankings: NR/NR Starters R/L: 6/4 Letterwinners R/L: 24/13

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Brian Anken (Medaille) Record at VMI: First Year Overall Record: 54-54 / 7 Yrs. Office Phone: 540-464-7512

Media Information

SID Contact: Scott Kemps Office Phone: 540-464-7514 E-Mail: KempsSM10@vmi.edu Press Box Phone: 215-932-2995 Web Site: vmikeydets.com

2011 Schedule

2-12 at Navy 2-16 at Mercer 2-19 ARMY 2-28 at Virginia 3-12 PRESBYTERIAN 3-16 at Bellarmine 3-19 at Detroit * 3-22 MOUNT ST. MARY’S 3-26 MANHATTAN * 4-2 at Marist * 4-9 CANISIUS * 4-24 JACKSONVILLE * 4-30 at Siena * 5/6-8 MAAC Tournament * MAAC Opponent

12:00 pm 4:00 pm 1:00 PM 7:00 pm 1:00 PM 4:00 pm 1:00 pm 3:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 pm 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 pm


2011 Navy Opponents

Loyola

Game 2 Feb. 19 • Baltimore, Md. • 2:00 pm

Charley Toomey

Navy Leads, 3-2

First Meeting 5-6-39 — Navy, 14-4 in Annapolis Last Meeting 2-20-10 — Loyola, 8-7 OT in Annapolis Richie Meade vs. Loyola: 0-1 Richie Meade vs. Charley Toomey: 0-1

Game 3 Feb. 25 • Chapel Hill, N.C. • 7:30 pm

Joe Breschi

Series History

Billy Bitter

North Carolina Leads, 13-12

First Meeting 3-26-75 — Navy, 11-4 in Annapolis Last Meeting 2-25-10 — UNC, 11-4 in Annapolis Richie Meade vs. North Carolina: 8-8 Richie Meade vs. Joe Breschi: 4-3

Lehigh

Game 4 March 1 • Bethlehem, Pa. • 7:00 pm

Kevin Cassese

Series History Navy Leads, 28-1

First Meeting 1910 — Navy, 4-2 in Annapolis Last Meeting 3-2-10 — Navy, 8-3 in Bethlehem Richie Meade vs. Lehigh: 11-0 Richie Meade vs. Kevin Cassese: 3-0

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Location: Baltimore, Md. Enrollment: 3,686 Nickname: Greyhounds Colors: Green and Grey Athletic Director: Jim Paquette Conference: ECAC Home Field: Riley Athletic Complex Capacity/Surface: 6,000 / Sportexe Turf 2010 Overall Record: 9-5 2010 ECAC Record: 6-1 / 2nd Preseason/10 Final Rankings: 14/11 Starters R/L: 4/6 Letterwinners R/L: 26/13

2010 Overall Record: 13-3 2010 ACC Record: 2-1 / T-1st Preseason/10 Final Rankings: 3/4 Starters R/L: 6/4 Letterwinners R/L: 31/13

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Charley Toomey (Loyola ‘90) Record at Loyola: 38-29 / 5 Yrs. Overall Record: 38-29 / 5 Yrs. Office Phone: 410-617-2879

Media Information

SID Contact: Ryan Eigenbrode Office Phone: 410-617-2337 E-Mail: rceigenbrode@loyola.edu Press Box Phone: 443-622-0550 Web Site: LoyolaGreyhounds.com

2011 Schedule

2-19 NAVY 2-26 at Towson 3-5 BELLARMINE * 3-11 at Duke 3-16 DENVER * 3-19 at Air Force * 3-26 at Mount St. Mary’s 4-2 at Ohio State * 4-9 FAIRFIELD * 4-16 at Georgetown 4-23 HOBART * 4-30 at Johns Hopkins 5/6-8 ECAC Tournament * ECAC Opponent

Location: Chapel Hill, N.C. Enrollment: 28,136 Nickname: Tar Heels Colors: Carolina Blue and White Athletic Director: Dick Baddour Conference: ACC Home Field: Fetzer Field Capacity/Surface: 6,000 / Grass

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Joe Breschi (North Carolina ‘90) Record at North Carolina: 25-9 / 2 Yrs. Overall Record: 117-72 / 13 Yrs. Office Phone: 919-962-5216

Media Information

SID Contact: Dave Lohse Office Phone: 919-962-7257 E-Mail: dlohse@uncaa.unc.edu Press Box Phone: 919-962-1460 Web Site: TarHeelBlue.com 2:00 PM 12:00 pm 1:00 PM 7:00 pm 7:00 PM 3:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 PM 7:00 pm 12:00 PM 2:00 pm

2011 Schedule

2-12 ROBERT MORRIS 2:30 PM 2-19 at Ohio State 12:00 pm 2-25 NAVY 7:30 PM 3-5 UMBC 12:00 PM 3-8 PENN 7:00 PM 3-11 at Princeton 7:00 pm 3-17 DUKE * 7:00 PM 3-22 DARTMOUTH 7:00 PM 3-26 at Maryland * 12:00 pm 4-3 vs. Johns Hopkins ^ 4:00 pm 4-9 at Virginia * 12:00 pm 4-14 PRESBYTERIAN 7:00 PM 4-17 at Lehigh 12:00 pm 4/22-24 ACC Tournament * ACC Opponent ^ Konica Minolta Big City Classic; E. Rutherford, N.J.

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Dante Fantoni

Location: Bethlehem, Pa. Enrollment: 4,700 Nickname: Mountain Hawks Colors: Brown and White Athletic Director: Joe Sterrett Conference: Patriot League Home Field: Ulrich Sports Complex Capacity/Surface: 1,200 / Tiger Turf 2010 Overall Record: 8-7 2010 Patriot League Record: 2-4 / T-5th Preseason/09 Final Rankings: NR/NR Starters R/L: 8/2 Letterwinners R/L: 31/13

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Kevin Cassese (Duke ‘03) Record at Lehigh: 18-27 / 3 Yrs. Overall Record: 18-27 / 3 Yrs. Office Phone: 610-758-4917

Media Information

SID Contact: Justin Lafleur Office Phone: 610-758-6631 E-Mail: jul310@lehigh.edu Press Box Phone: 610-758-6716 Web Site: Lehighsports.com

2011 Schedule

2-12 SAINT JOSEPH’S 2-19 at Villanova 3-1 NAVY * 3-6 at Detroit 3-8 at Ohio state 3-12 at Yale 3-19 PRESBYTERIAN 3-22 at Army 3-26 at Holy Cross 3-29 BINGHAMTON 4-2 PENN STATE 4-9 COLGATE 4-15 BUCKNELL 4-17 NORTH CAROLINA 4-23 LAFAYETTE 4-29/5-1 Patriot League Tournament * Patriot League Opponent

1:00 PM 12:00 pm 7:00 PM 2:00 pm 7:00 pm 2:00 pm 12:00 PM 7:00 pm 12:00 pm 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 12:00 PM 7:00 PM

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Jake Hagelin

North Carolina


2011 Navy Opponents Bucknell

Game 5 March 5 • Lewisburg, Pa. • 7:30 pm

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Frank Fedorjaka

Series History

Charlie Streep

Navy Leads, 7-3

First Meeting 4-3-96 — Bucknell, 6-5 in Annapolis Last Meeting 3-6-10 — Navy, 8-7 OT in Annapolis Richie Meade vs. Bucknell: 7-3 Richie Meade vs. Frank Fedorjaka: 5-1

Lafayette

Game 6 March 12 • Annapolis, Md. • 12:00 pm

Terry Mangan

Series History

Stefan Bauer

Navy Leads, 11-1

First Meeting 4-17-26 — Navy, 23-0 in Annapolis Last Meeting 4-30-10 — Navy, 11-9 in West Point, N.Y. Richie Meade vs. Lafayette: 7-1 Richie Meade vs. Terry Mangan: 7-1

Towson

Game 7 March 15 • Annapolis, Md. • 7:00 pm

Tony Seaman

Marc Ingerman

Series History Navy Leads, 5-4

First Meeting 3-22-75 — Navy, 13-9 in Annapolis Last Meeting 3-16-10 — Towson, 10-9 in Baltimore Richie Meade vs. Towson: 2-2 Richie Meade vs. Tony Seaman: 0-5

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Location: Lewisburg, Pa. Enrollment: 3,583 Nickname: Bison Colors: Orange and Blue Athletic Director: John P. Hardt Conference: Patriot League Home Field: Christy Mathewson Stadium Capacity/Surface: 13,100 / Field Turf 2010 Overall Record: 8-6 2010 Patriot League Record: 3-3 / T-3rd Preseason/10 Final Rankings: RV/NR Starters R/L: 8/3 Letterwinners R/L: 27/12

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Frank Fedorjaka (Hobart ‘89) Record at Bucknell: 44-30 / 5 Yrs. Overall Record: 83-61 / 10 Yrs. Office Phone: 570-577-3059

Media Information

SID Contact: Jon Terry Office Phone: 570-577-3121 E-Mail: terry@bucknell.edu Press Box Phone: 570-577-1519 Web Site: BucknellBison.com

2011 Schedule

2-19 CANISIUS 2:00 PM 2-26 VILLANOVA 12:00 PM 3-1 at Penn 7:30 pm 3-5 NAVY * 7:30 PM 3-12 at Hobart 1:00 pm 3-16 HARTFORD 12:00 PM 3-19 at Lafayette * 1:00 pm 3-22 at Robert Morris 7:30 pm 3-26 ALBANY 1:00 PM 3-29 PENN STATE 7:30 PM 4-2 HOLY CROSS * 3:00 PM 4-9 at Army * 12:00 pm 4-15 at Lehigh * 7:30 pm 4-23 at Colgate * 7:00 pm 4-29/5-1 Patriot League Tournament * Patriot League Opponent

Location: Easton, Pa. Enrollment: 2,300 Nickname: Leopards Colors: Maroon and White Athletic Director: Bruce McCutcheon Conference: Patriot League Home Field: Rappolt Field Capacity/Surface: 1,000 / Astro Turf 2010 Overall Record: 8-6 2010 Patriot League Record: 3-3 / T-3rd Preseason/10 Final Rankings: NR/NR Starters R/L: 6/4 Letterwinners R/L: 27/11

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Terry Mangan (Roanoke ‘88) Record at Lafayette: 27-79 / 8 Yrs. Overall Record: 27-79 / 8 Yrs. Office Phone: 610-330-5482

Media Information

SID Contact: Matt Panto Office Phone: 610-330-5897 E-Mail: pantom@lafayette.edu Press Box Phone: 610-657-2254 Web Site: GoLeopards.com

2011 Schedule

2-19 FAIRFIELD 1:00 PM 2-26 BINGHAMTON 3:30 PM 3-1 AT WAGNER 3:00 PM 3-4 AT PENN 7:00 PM 3-12 at Navy * 12:00 pm 3-19 BUCKNELL * 1:00 PM 3-22 at Drexel 4:00 pm 3-26 at Army * 12:00 pm 4-2 at Providence 1:00 pm 4-5 MARIST 7:00 PM 4-9 HOLY CROSS * 6:00 PM 4-16 COLGATE * 7:00 PM 4-23 at Lehigh * 7:00 pm 4-29/5-1 Patriot League Tournament * Patriot League Opponent

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Location: Baltimore, Md. Enrollment: 21,176 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Gold, White and Black Athletic Director: Mike Waddell Conference: CAA Home Field: Johnny Unitas Stadium Capacity/Surface: 11,198 / Field Turf 2010 Overall Record: 7-8 2010 CAA Record: 4-1 / 1st Preseason/10 Final Rankings: RV/NR Starters R/L: 6/4 Letterwinners R/L: 35/14

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Tony Seaman (Cortland ‘65) Record at Towson: 96-83 / 12 Yrs. Overall Record: 260-155 / 29 Yrs. Office Phone: 410-704-4698

Media Information

SID Contact: Eric Rhew Office Phone: 410-704-6258 E-Mail: erhew@towson.edu Press Box Phone: 410-704-3102 Web Site: TowsonTigers.com

2011 Schedule

2-19 JOHNS HOPKINS 2-26 LOYOLA 3-5 at Mount St. Mary’s 3-12 MARYLAND 3-15 at Navy 3-19 STONY BROOK 3-26 at Delaware 4-2 HOFSTRA 4-6 at UMBC 4-9 MASSACHUSETTS 4-16 at Penn State 4-23 at Drexel 4-30 SAINT JOSEPH’S 5-4/7 CAA Tournament * CAA Opponent

12:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 pm 12:00 PM 7:00 pm 1:00 PM 1:00 pm 12:00 PM 7:30 pm 1:00 PM 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:30 PM


Holy Cross

2011 Navy Opponents

Colgate

Game 8 March 19 • Worcester, Mass. • 12:00 pm

Game 9 March 26 • Annapolis, Md. • 12:00 pm

Adam Pascal

Jim Nagle

Douglas Broussard

Navy Leads, 7-0

First Meeting 4-18-04 — Navy, 23-5 in Annapolis Last Meeting 3-20-10 — Navy, 12-3 in Annapolis Richie Meade vs. Holy Cross: 7-0 Richie Meade vs. Adam Pascal: 6-0

Series History Navy Leads, 10-3

First Meeting 4-28-28 — Navy, 14-1 in Annapolis Last Meeting 3-27-10 — Navy, 10-9 OT in Hamilton Richie Meade vs. Colgate: 8-3 Richie Meade vs. Jim Nagle: 8-3

Game 10 April 1 • Washington, D.C. • 7:00 pm

Dave Urick

Series History

Georgetown Leads, 14-7

First Meeting 4-17-91 — Navy, 13-6 in Annapolis Last Meeting 4-2-10 — Georgetown, 13-12 OT in Annapolis Richie Meade vs. Georgetown: 4-13 Richie Meade vs. Dave Urick: 4-13

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Location: Worcester, Mass. Enrollment: 2,897 Nickname: Crusaders Color: Royal Purple Athletic Director: Richard M. Regan Jr. Conference: Patriot League Home Field: Holy Cross Field Capacity/Surface: 1,000 / Turf 2010 Overall Record: 5-10 2010 Patriot League Record: 1-5 / 7th Preseason/10 Final Rankings: NR/NR Starters R/L: 5/5 Letterwinners R/L: 27/10

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Adam Pascal (Middlebury ‘99) Record at Holy Cross: 22-64 / 6 Yrs. Overall Record: 22-64 / 6 Yrs. Office Phone: 508-793-2674

Media Information

SID Contact: Jim Wrobel Office Phone: 508-793-3684 E-Mail: jwrobel@holycross.edu Press Box Phone: 508-793-3076 Web Site: goholycross.com

2011 Schedule

2-19 ST. JOHN’S 12:00 PM 2-26 HARTFORD 4:00 PM 3-5 at Quinnipiac 1:00 pm 3-9 DARTMOUTH 4:00 PM 3-12 at Colgate * 1:00 pm 3-15 at Harvard 4:00 pm 3-19 NAVY * 12:00 PM 3-26 LEHIGH * 12:00 PM 4-2 at Bucknell * 3:00 pm 4-5 at Vermont 4:00 pm 4-9 at Lafayette * 6:00 pm 4-12 at Bryant 7:00 pm 4-16 MERCER 5:00 PM 4-23 ARMY * 12:00 PM 4-26 MARIST 7:00 PM 4-29/5-1 Patriot League Tournament * Patriot League Opponent

Location: Hamilton, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,800 Nickname: Raiders Colors: Maroon and White Athletic Director: David Roach Conference: Patriot League Home Field: Andy Kerr Stadium Capacity/Surface: 10,221 / Field Turf 2010 Overall Record: 3-10 2010 Patriot League Record: 2-4 / T-5th Preseason/10 Final Rankings: NR/NR Starters R/L: 8/2 Letterwinners R/L: 30/9

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Jim Nagle (Loyola ‘92) Record at Colgate: 75-59 / 9 Yrs. Overall Record: 140-98 / 16 Yrs. Office Phone: 315-228-7716

Media Information

SID Contact: Gloria Nantulya Office Phone: 315-228-6761 E-Mail: gnantulya@colgate.edu Press Box Phone: 315-228-6863 Web Site: GoColgateRaiders.com

2011 Schedule

2-15 at Hofstra 4:00 pm 2-20 at Vermont 1:00 pm 2-26 at Dartmouth 2:30 pm 3-1 ROBERT MORRIS 4:00 PM 3-5 at Hobart 1:00 pm 3-12 HOLY CROSS * 1:00 PM 3-15 BINGHAMTON 7:00 PM 3-19 at Fairfield 1:00 pm 3-26 at Navy * 12:00 pm 4-2 ARMY * 1:00 PM 4-9 at Lehigh * 7:00 pm 4-16 at Lafayette * 7:00 pm 4-23 BUCKNELL * 7:00 PM 4-29/5-1 Patriot League Tournament * Patriot League Opponent

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Barney Ehrmann

Location: Washington, D.C. Enrollment: 13,652 Nickname: Hoyas Colors: Blue and Gray Interim Athletic Director: Lee Reed Conference: Big East Home Field: Multi-Sport Field Capacity/Surface: 2,400 / Field Turf 2010 Overall Record: 9-10 2010 ECAC Record: 5-1 / 2nd Preseason/10 Final Rankings: 15/10 Starters R/L: 6/4 Letterwinners R/L: 40/8

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Dave Urick (Cortland St. ‘70) Record at Georgetown: 209-86 / 21 Yrs. Overall Record: 331-116 / 31 Yrs. Office Phone: 202-687-2460

Media Information

SID Contact: Ryan Sakamoto Office Phone: 202-687-5241 E-Mail: ras228@georgetown.edu Press Box Phone: 202-907-3054 Web Site: guhoyas.com

2011 Schedule 2-20 2-26 3-5 3-8 3-12 3-19 3-26 4-1 4-5 4-10 4-16 4-23 4-30 5-7 * Big East

at Jacksonville at Maryland at St. John’s * at Harvard vs. Syracuse * PROVIDENCE * AT DUKE Navy at Mount St. Mary’s at Notre Dame * LOYOLA YALE at Rutgers * VILLANOVA * Opponent

12:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 4:00 pm 11:00 am 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 12:00 pm 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 pm 7:00 PM

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Peter Baum

Georgetown


2011 Navy Opponents Maryland

Game 11 • CBS College Sports April 8 • Annapolis, Md. • 7:00 pm

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John Tillman

Series History

Greg Catalino

Maryland Leads, 51-33-1

First Meeting 4-12-24 — Maryland, 5-3 in Wash. D.C. Last Meeting 4-10-10 — Maryland, 11-9 in College Park Richie Meade vs. Maryland: 5-11 Richie Meade vs. John Tillman: 0-0

Army

Game 12 • CBS College Sports April 16 • Annapolis, Md. • 2:00 pm

Joe Alberici

Jeremy Boltus

Series History

Navy Leads, 27-29-3

First Meeting 5-31-24 — Navy, 5-0 in West Point Last Meeting 5-2-10 — Army, 11-8 in West Point Richie Meade vs. Army: 15-5 Richie Meade vs. Joe Alberici: 5-3

Johns Hopkins

Game 13 • ESPNU April 23 • Baltimore, Md. • 8:00 pm

Dave Pietramala

Series History

Johns Hopkins leads, 57-26-1

First Meeting 1908 — Johns Hopkins, 6-1 in Annapolis Last Meeting 4-24-10 — Navy, 9-8 OT in Annapolis Richie Meade vs. Johns Hopkins: 1-16 Richie Meade vs. Dave Pietramala: 1-10

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Location: College Park, Md. Enrollment: 37,641 Nickname: Terrapins, Terps Colors: Red, White, Black and Gold Athletic Director: Kevin Anderson Conference: ACC Home Field: Byrd Stadium Capacity/Surface: 54,000 / Grass

Location: West Point, N.Y. Enrollment: 4,400 Nickname: Black Knights Colors: Black, Gold and Gray Athletic Director: Boo Corrigan Conference: Patriot League Home Field: Michie Stadium Capacity/Surface: 40,000 / FieldTurf

2010 Overall Record: 12-4 2010 ACC Record: 1-2 / 3rd Preseason/10 Final Rankings: 4/3 Starters R/L: 9/1 Letterwinners R/L: 32/8

2010 Overall Record: 11-6 2010 Patriot League Record: 6-0 / 1st Preseason/09 Final Rankings: 12/16 Starters R/L: 7/3 Letterwinners R/L: 32/12

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: John Tillman (Cornell ‘91) Record at Maryland: First Yr. Overall Record: 20-19 / 3 Yrs. Office Phone: 301-314-7114

Media Information

SID Contact: Patrick Fischer Office Phone: 301-314-7062 E-Mail: pfischer@umd.edu Press Box Phone: 410-688-4471 Web Site: umterps.com

2011 Schedule

2-19 DETROIT 2-26 GEORGETOWN 3-5 at Duke * 3-7 BELLARMINE 3-12 at Towson 3-18 UMBC 3-20 SAINT JOSEPH’S 3-26 NORTH CAROLINA * 4-2 at Virginia * 4-8 at Navy 4-16 JOHNS HOPKINS 4-22/24 ACC Tournament 5-7 COLGATE * ACC Opponent

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Joe Alberici (Alfred ‘91) Record at Army: 40-38 / 5 Yrs. Overall Record: 48-44 / 6 Yrs. Office Phone: 845-938-2429

Media Information

SID Contact: Tracy Nelson Office Phone: 845-938-4090 E-Mail: tracy.nelson@usma.edu Press Box Phone: 845-938-3377 Web Site: goARMYsports.com 1:00 PM 3:00 PM 1:00 pm 3:00 PM 11:00 am 8:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 pm 7:00 pm 8:00 PM 1:00 PM

2011 Schedule

2-12 at Massachusetts 1:00 pm 2-19 at VMI 1:00 pm 2-27 at Syracuse 4:00 pm 3-5 CORNELL 12:00 PM 3-11 at Bryant 1:00 pm 3-13 WAGNER 12:00 PM 3-19 at Rutgers 1:00 pm 3-22 LEHIGH 7:00 PM 3-26 LAFAYETTE 12:00 PM 4-2 at Colgate 1:00 pm 4-9 BUCKNELL 12:00 PM 4-16 at Navy * 2:00 pm 4-23 at Holy Cross 12:00 pm 5-6 JOHNS HOPKINS 7:00 PM 4-29/5-1 Patriot League Tournament * Patriot League Opponent

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Kyle Wharton

Location: Baltimore, Md. Enrollment: 4,950 Nickname: Blue Jays Colors: Columbia Blue and Black Athletic Director: Tom Calder Conference: Independent Home Field: Homewood Field Capacity/Surface: 8,500 / Sportexe Turf 2010 Overall Record: 7-8 Preseason/10 Final Rankings: 11/14 Starters R/L: 5/5 Letterwinners R/L: 28/17

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Dave Pietramala (J. Hopkins ‘90) Record at Johns Hopkins: 113-38 / 10 Yrs. Overall Record: 136-55 / 13 Yrs. Office Phone: 410-516-7479

Media Information

SID Contact: Ernie Larossa Office Phone: 410-516-0552 E-Mail: elarossa@jhu.edu Press Box Phone: 410-516-0243 Web Site: HopkinsSports.com

2011 Schedule

2-19 at Towson 12:00 pm 2-22 at Delaware 6:00 pm 2-26 SIENA 1:00 PM 3-5 PRINCETON 1:00 PM 3-9 MANHATTAN 7:00 PM 3-12 vs. UMBC + 4:00 pm 3-19 at Syracuse 6:00 pm 3-26 VIRGINIA 2:00 PM 4-3 vs. North Carolina ^ 4:00 pm 4-8 ALBANY 7:30 PM 4-16 at Maryland 8:00 pm 4-23 NAVY 8:00 PM 4-30 LOYOLA 2:00 PM 5-6 at Army 7:00 pm + Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic; Baltimore, Md. ^ Konica Minolta Big City Classic; E. Rutherford, N.J.


Army-Navy Rivalry

Series Miscellany

First Meeting 5-31-24 — Navy, 5-0 Last Meeting 4-11-09 — Navy, 8-4 Current Winning Streak Navy, 1 Game Last Navy Win 4-11-09 — Navy, 8-4 In Annapolis 4-27-07 — Navy, 12-1 In West Point 4-15-06 — Navy, 11-10 Neutral Site 4-11-09 — Navy, 8-4 Last Army Win 4-12-08 — Army, 9-6 In Annapolis 4-25-97 — Army, 14-12 In West Point 4-12-08 — Army, 9-6 Largest Margin of Victory 11 — five times, last by Navy, 12-1 (4-27-07) Most Navy Goals 19 — 4-7-90 Most Army Goals 17 — 5-31-58 Most Goals Combined 31 — N16, A15 (6-3-78) Largest Margin of Defeat 11 — A, 13-2 (6/1/40); 11 — A, 15-4 (5-24-52) Fewest Navy Goals 2 (6-1-40) Fewest Army Goals 0 (5-31-24) Fewest Goals Combined 5 — N5, A0 (5-31-24)

Army-Navy History

Overall Games: Navy Leads, 57-29-3 Star Games: Navy Leads, 52-28-3

Home: 28-13-1; Road: 27-15-2; Neutral: 2-1-0 Date 5-31-24 5-30-25 5-29-26 5-28-27 6-2-28 5-27-33 5-26-34 6-1-35 5-30-36 5-29-37 5-28-38 5-27-39 6-1-40 5-31-41 5-27-42 5-29-43 5-27-44 5-26-45 5-25-46 5-24-47 5-29-48 5-28-49 5-27-50 5-26-51 5-24-52 5-23-53 5-29-54 5-28-55 5-26-56 6-1-57 5-31-58 5-30-59 6-4-60 6-3-61 6-2-62 6-1-63 5-30-64 6-5-65 6-4-66 6-3-67 6-1-68 5-31-69 5-30-70 6-1-71 5-13-72 5-12-73

W/L W W W W T L W W L L W W L L L W L T W L W W L L L W W W L W L L W L W L W W W W T L W L L W

Score 5-0 3-2 3-2 6-1 4-4 8-5 6-5 7-6 10-4 6-5 10-3 5-4 13-2 7-5 6-3 12-5 7-5 7-7 12-10 9-3 10-9 14-5 11-8 11-5 15-4 10-7 9-3 6-2 8-5 14-6 17-12 11-6 10-7 10-8 8-5 11-9 9-4 18-7 16-7 7-5 7-7 14-4 8-7 7-4 9-8 8-5

Site West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point West Point West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point West Point West Point Annapolis

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Date W/L Score Site 5-11-74 W 12-9 West Point 6-1-75 W 10-5 Annapolis 5-30-76 W 18-10 West Point 6-4-77 W 14-7 Annapolis 5-17-78 W 16-13 + Annapolis 6-3-78 W 16-15 Annapolis 5-5-79 W 10-9 Annapolis 5-24-80 W 12-10 West Point 4-12-81 L 9-8 Annapolis 5-20-81 W 16-10 + West Point 4-12-82 W 12-11 (1) West Point 4-9-83 W 10-9 Annapolis 4-7-84 L 9-6 West Point 4-6-85 L 10-6 Annapolis 4-5-86 W 12-4 West Point 4-4-87 W 10-9 (1) Annapolis 4-9-88 W 6-5 West Point 4-8-89 W 12-1 Annapolis 4-7-90 W 19-9 West Point 4-6-91 L 11-10 (1) Annapolis 4-4-92 L 12-7 West Point 4-3-93 W 10-8 Annapolis 4-2-94 W 10-9 West Point 4-31-95 W 13-11 Annapolis 4-27-96 L 15-8 West Point 4-25-97 L 14-12 Annapolis 4-25-98 W 11-5 West Point 4-1-99 W 11-9 Annapolis 4-29-00 W 10-8 West Point 4-27-01 W 10-4 Annapolis 4-27-02 W 9-6 West Point 4-26-03 W 12-11 Annapolis 4-27-04 W 18-10 West Point 4-16-05 W 12-9 Annapolis 5-1-05 W 15-8 $ Annapolis 4-15-06 W 11-10 West Point 4-30-06 W 8-5 $ Hamilton, N.Y. 4-14-07 W 12-9 Annapolis, Md. 4-27-07 W 12-1 $ Annapolis, Md. 4-12-08 L 6-9 West Point, N.Y. 4-11-09 W 8-4 Baltimore, Md. 4-17-10 L 7-6 Baltimore, Md. 5-2-10 L 11-8 $ West Point, N.Y. (#) — Overtime; + — NCAA Tournament; $ — Patriot League Tournament

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Not just a rivalry played on the gridiron, the ArmyNavy lacrosse tradition dates back more than 80 years. The Academies played the inaugural game on May 31, 1924, with the Mids prevailing, 5-0, at West Point. Army and Navy battled each other from there out on a yearly basis until 1929 when the series was sidelined for four years because of war times. The series resumed in 1933 with an 8-5 Army victory and has not been interrupted since. In 2004, Navy joined the Patriot League for lacrosse. With the new conference affiliation, it guaranteed the two service academies would meet at least once a year, and possibly a second time in the Patriot League Tournament. There have been only six years in which the two programs have met twice in a season, including four of the last six seasons. In 1978, the Mids earned a 16-13 regular-season victory over the Black Knights in Annapolis. Nearly three weeks later, the fourthranked Midshipmen defeated No. 5 Army, 16-15, at home in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. In 1981, 12th-ranked Army upset the No. 6 Mids on their home field, claiming a 9-8 victory. Navy, however, picked off No. 3 Army at West Point, 16-10, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament a month later. The two programs played one another twice in 2005, ‘06 ‘07 and ‘10, as Army and Navy met during the regular season, as well as the championship game of the Patriot League Tournament. Navy earned wins in all six of the eight games, including the April 16, 2005, matchup in which an Army-Navy record crowd of 12,117 piled into Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and cheered Navy to a 12-9 win. The annual Army-Navy Game was played on neutral soil for the first time in the history of the series when the two programs participated in the inaugural Day of Rivals on April 11, 2009. Anchored by a threegoal, two-assist effort by attackman Brendan Connors, along with a career-high tying 16-save performance by Smartlink Player of the Game Tommy Phelan helped lead the Mids to an 8-4 Star Game win over the Black Knights. The two have played at a neutral site three times total (2006, ‘09, ‘10). Outside of the 2009 and ‘10 Star Games played in Baltimore, the only one other time the two have faced on netural grounds was on April 30, 2006, in a Patriot League Tournament matchup in Hamilton, N.Y. The Midshipmen lead the overall series, 57-29-3, dominating the series as of late by winning 14 of the last 17. The 13-game winning streak by Navy, spanning nearly an entire decade (1998-07), is the longest winning streak by either team in the series. Additionally, Navy owns a 52-28-3 advantage in Star Games, including 10-straight wins between 199807. The Mids have won 14 of the last 18 Star Games.


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All-Time Series Records Opponent W Air Force 4 Army 57 Baltimore 13 Baltimore City College 10 Brown 2 Bucknell 7 Canisius 1 Carlisle 3 City College of N.Y. 2 Colgate 10 Cornell 15 Cortland State 1 Dartmouth 13 Delaware 15 Denison 1 Drexel 1 Duke 24 Georgetown 7 Georgia Tech 4 Harvard 37 Hobart 4 Hofstra 13 Holy Cross 7 Johns Hopkins 26 Lafayette 11 Lehigh 28 Loyola (Md.) 3 Marist 1 Maryland 33 UMBC 22 Massachusetts 2 MIT 1 Mount St. Mary's 7 New York 5 North Carolina 12 Ohio State 5 Pennsylvania 47 Penn State 36 Princeton 39 Providence 1 Radford 4 Randolph Macon 3 Rutgers 21 St. John's 2 Saint Joseph’s 3 Stony Brook 8 Swarthmore 16 Syracuse 18 Toronto 1 Towson 5 Union College 1 Virginia 31 VMI 3 Washington College 41 Washington & Lee 8 Western Maryland 3 Williams College 1 Yale 12 * denotes overtime BOLD denotes 2011 opponent

L 1 29 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 5 1 0 2 0 0 10 14 0 5 0 6 0 57 1 1 2 0 51 4 3 0 0 0 13 1 5 2 15 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 8 0 4 0 18 0 2 3 0 0 3

T 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Streak Lost 1 Lost 2 Won 13 Won 10 Lost 1 Won 2 Won 1 Won 1 Won 2 Won 2 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 13 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 7 Lost 1 Won 4 Won 29 Won 4 Lost 3 Won 7 Won 1 Won 1 Won 25 Lost 2 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 2 Lost 3 Won 1 Won 7 Won 5 Lost 1 Won 4 Won 13 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 4 Won 3 Lost 1 Won 2 Won 3 Won 8 Won 7 Lost 5 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 1 Lost 5 Won 3 Won 11 Won 6 Won 3 Won 1 Lost 1

First Meeting 2-26-94 W 5-31-24 W 5-16-59 T 1908 W 5-2-31 W 4-3-96 L 3-13-07 W 1910 W 4-1-44 W 4-28-28 W 1911 W 5-20-72 L 4-3-37 W 4-5-77 W 3-26-69 W 3-24-43 W 4-29-46 W 4-17-91 W 4-14-28 W 1908 L 1920 W 5-1-65 W 4-18-04 W 1908 L 4-17-26 W 1910 W 5-6-39 W 2-15-03 W 4-12-24 L 3-20-74 W 5-16-79 W 4-30-32 W 4-14-98 W 4-18-25 W 3-26-75 W 2-22-03 W 1914 W 1919 W 5-2-25 W 2-19-05 W 3-11-98 W 4-30-27 W 5-16-25 W 1920 W 2-16-02 W 3-28-92 W 1910 W 1919 W 5-23-25 W 3-22-75 W 3-31-47 W 4-25-28 W 2-9-08 W 4-1-50 W 4-17-71 W 5-24-30 W 4-4-49 W 4-11-25 W

19-3 5-0 6-6 4-2 12-2 5-6 13-5 3-2 27-0 14-1 12-0 9-10 6-2 17-8 22-2 20-6 7-3 13-6 14-1 1-7 2-0 19-2 23-5 1-6 23-0 4-2 14-4 12-1 3-5 16-7 16-14 24-0 16-8 3-0 11-4 13-10 8-0 13-0 2-0 9-2 11-5 7-1 6-3 5-0 16-2 11-2 7-5 13-0 6-2 13-9 29-0 19-0 10-2 10-5 10-8 8-0 14-3 11-0

Last Meeting 3-25-03 L 5-2-10 L 4-12-72 W 4-13-18 W 5-14-94 L 3-6-10 W 3-13-07 W 1918 W 3-31-45 L 3-27-10 W 2-23-08 L 3-24-73 W 3-27-77 W 5-14-05 W 3-26-69 W 3-24-43 W 5-9-09 L 4-2-10 L 4-18-31 W 5-18-88 W 5-2-04 W 5-15-99 L 3-20-10 W 4-24-10 W 4-30-10 W 3-2-10 W 2-20-10 L 2-15-03 W 4-10-10 L 4-15-03 W 3-8-03 L 4-30-32 W 3-3-09 W 3-30-29 W 2-25-10 L 2-14-09 W 5-16-04 W 4-12-03 L 5-29-04 W 2-19-05 W 3-21-01 W 4-6-29 W 3-15-03 L 5-2-23 W 2-17-07 W 3-22-03 W 4-7-51 W 5-31-04 L 5-23-25 W 3-16-10 L 3-31-47 W 5-21-05 L 2-13-10 W 2-26-97 W 3-10-84 W 4-16-32 W 4-4-49 W 5-9-92 L

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6-8 8-11 16-3 8-0 5-12 8-7* 13-5 3-1 0-29 10-9* 7-8* 11-6 17-7 9-7 22-2 20-6 5-14 12-13* 24-1 10-9 9-8 7-15 12-3 9-8* 11-9 8-3 7-8* 12-1 9-11 13-10 9-10 24-0 6-2 11-0 4-11 8-6 11-5 4-5 8-7 9-2 14-7 13-1 8-13 12-1 10-3 10-6 14-4 13-14 6-2 9-10 29-0 8-10 16-5 7-6 13-9 10-2 14-3 3-9

Last Navy Win 3-29-00 17-2 4-11-09 8-4 4-12-72 16-3 1920 12-1 5-13-87 14-6 3-6-10 8-7* 3-13-07 13-5 1918 3-1 3-31-45 29-0 3-27-10 10-9* 5-23-04 6-5 3-24-73 11-6 3-27-77 17-7 5-14-05 9-7 3-26-69 22-2 3-24-43 20-6 3-20-93 12-11 3-28-09 10-8 4-18-31 24-1 5-18-88 10-9 5-2-04 9-8 5-11-85 20-9 3-20-10 12-3 4-24 9-8* 4-30-10 11-9 3-2-10 8-3 4-3-43 8-1 2-15-03 12-1 4-3-09 10-4 4-15-03 13-10 3-11-00 6-3 4-30-32 24-0 3-3-09 6-2 3-30-29 11-10 5-10-08 8-7 2-14-09 8-6 5-16-04 11-5 4-12-02 9-7 5-29-04 8-7 2-19-05 9-2 3-21-01 14-7 4-6-29 13-1 3-16-02 6-3 5-2-23 12-1 2-17-07 10-3 3-22-03 10-6 4-7-51 14-4 3-20-82 12-11 5-23-25 6-2 4-13-96 9-8 3-31-47 29-0 4-21-90 10-7 2-13-10 16-5 2-26-97 7-6 3-10-84 13-9 4-16-32 10-2 4-4-49 14-3 3-21-89 15-7

Last Opp 3-25-03 5-2-10 ------5-14-94 2-28-09 ---------3-21-09 2-23-08 5-20-72 ---3-28-99 ------5-9-09 4-2-10 ---1915 ---5-15-99 ---4-18-09 3-12-10 1913 2-20-10 ---4-10-10 2-24-01 3-8-03 ---------2-25-10 2-28-04 3-30-88 4-12-03 3-21-90 ---------3-15-03 ------------5-31-04 ---3-16-10 ---5-21-05 ---3-13-85 5-18-74 ------5-9-92

Win 8-6 11-8 12-5 8-7 10-9 8-7* 10-9 11-8

14-5 13-12* 2-1

15-7

15-7 15-8 4-3 8-7* 11-9 9-8* 10-9

11-4 12-9 11-10 5-4 9-8* 13-8

14-13

10-9

10-8

10-9 11-9 9-3


All-Time Series Records All-Time Navy Record Home Road Neutral

Patriot League Opponents* Home Road Neutral Regular Season Patriot League Tournament

746-299-14 531-150-10 201-141-4 14-8-0 120-37-3 67-16-1 43-20-2 10-1-0 109-35-3 11-2-0

*current teams competing in Patriot League...Navy was 2-0 against Hobart in 2004 which is not reflected in the Patriot League Tournament or overall records.

627-263-11 464-134-9 158-123-2 5-6-0

Air Force

Games: 5 Navy Leads, 4-1 Streak: Air Force, 1 game Meade vs. Air Force: 3-1 Home — 4-1; Road — 0-0 2-26-94 W 19-3 3-24-98 W 10-7 3-25-99 W 16-4 3-29-00 W 17-2 3-25-03 L 6-8

Australian All-Stars

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 5-4-67 W 17-14

Baltimore

Baltimore Lacrosse Club

Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis,

Md. Md. Md. Md. Md.

Annapolis, Md.

Games: 14 Navy Leads, 13-0-1 Home — 13-0-1; Road — 0-0 5-16-59 T 6-6 Annapolis, Md. 5-21-60 W 10-3 Annapolis, Md. 5-20-61 W 12-10 Annapolis, Md. 5-19-62 W 15-8 Annapolis, Md. 5-18-63 W 19-7 Annapolis, Md. 5-16-64 W 16-4 Annapolis, Md. 5-22-65 W 22-5 Annapolis, Md. 5-21-66 W 18-2 Annapolis, Md. 5-20-67 W 19-2 Annapolis, Md. 5-18-68 W 15-1 Annapolis, Md. 5-17-69 W 23-1 Annapolis, Md. 5-16-70 W 19-0 Annapolis, Md. 5-15-71 W 13-4 Annapolis, Md. 4-12-72 W 16-3 Annapolis, Md.

Baltimore City

Games: 10 Navy Leads, 10-0 Home — 10-0; Road — 0-0 1908 W 4-2 1909 W 5-2 3-21-12 W 4-2 1913 W 9-1 1914 W 5-0 1915 W 10-1 1916 W 15-1 1917 W 10-1 1918 W 8-0 1920 W 12-1

Opponent Gms Record Pct. Last Game America East 34 30-4-0 88.2 4/15/03 Navy def. UMBC 13-10 Albany, Binghamton, Hartford, UMBC, Stony Brook, Vermont Atlantic Coast 193 100-92-1 52.1 4-10-10 Maryland def. Navy 11-9 Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia Big East 79 49-29-1 62.7 4-2-10 Georgetown def. Navy 13-12 OT Georgetown, Notre Dame, Providence, Rutgers, St. John’s, Syracuse, Villanova Colonial 92 75-17-0 81.5 3-16-10 Towson def. Navy 10-9 Delaware, Drexel, Hofstra, Massachusetts, Penn State, Saint Joseph’s, Towson ECAC 20 16-4-0 80.0 2-20-10 Loyola def. Navy 8-7 OT Air Force, Bellarmine, Denver, Fairfield, Hobart, Loyola, Ohio State Ivy 201 165-34-2 82.6 2-23-08 Cornell def. Navy 8-7 OT Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, Yale Metro Atlantic 5 5-0-0 1.000 2-13-10 Navy def. VMI 16-5 Canisius, Detroit, Jacksonville, Manhattan, Marist, Siena, VMI Northeast 7 7-0-0 1.00 3-3-09 Navy def. Mount St. Mary’s 6-2 Bryant, Mount St. Mary’s, Quinnipiac, Robert Morris, Sacred Heart, Wagner Patriot 160 120-37-3 75.9 5-2-10 Army def. Navy 11-8 Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh Independents 84 26-57-1 31.5 4-24-10 Navy def. Johns Hopkins 9-8 OT Johns Hopkins, Presbyterian, Mercer

Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis,

Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md.

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Home — 1-1; Road — 0-0 5-26-62 L 13-16 4-6-66 W 15-4

Brown

Games: 3 Navy Leads, 2-1 Streak: Brown, 1 game Meade vs. Brown: 0-1 NCAA Tournament: 1-1 Home — 2-0; Road — 0-1 5-2-31 W 12-2 5-13-87 W 14-6 + 5-14-94 L 5-12 + + - NCAA Tournament

Carlisle Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis,

Games: 2 Navy Leads, 2-0 Home — 2-0; Road — 0-0 4-1-44 W 27-0 3-31-45 W 29-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

City College of New York Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Providence, R.I.

Bucknell

Games: 10 Navy Leads, 7-3 Streak: Navy, 2 games Meade vs. Bucknell: 7-3 Patriot League Tournament: 1-0 Home — 4-1; Road — 2-2; Neutral — 1-0 4-3-96 L 5-6 Annapolis, Md. 4-25-97 W 17-7 Annapolis, Md. 3-13-04 W 11-5 Annapolis, Md. 3-12-05 L 7-8 (1) Lewisburg, Pa. 3-11-06 W 9-5 San Diego, Calif. 3-25-07 W 6-3 Lewisburg, Pa. 3-19-08 W 4-3 (1) Annapolis, Md. 2-28-09 L 7-8 Lewisburg, Pa. 4-26-09 W 9-8 = Lewisburg, Pa. 3-6-10 W 8-7 (1) Annapolis, Md. (#) - overtime = - Patriot League Tournament

Canisius

Colgate

Annapolis, Md.

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Home — 1-1; Road — 0-0 3-29-69 L 8-10 3-28-70 W 5-4

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

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Md. Md. Md. Md. Md.

Games: 13 Navy Leads, 10-3 Streak: Navy, 2 games Meade vs. Colgate: 8-3 Patriot League Tournament: 3-1 Home — 5-1; Road — 2-1; Neutral — 3-1 4-28-28 W 14-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-9-58 W 15-2 Annapolis, Md. 3-20-04 W 21-6 Orlando, Fla. 4-30-04 W 15-5 = Annapolis, Md. 3-19-05 W 11-6 Orlando, Fla. 3-18-06 L 3-6 Hamilton, N.Y. 3-21-07 W 15-10 Annapolis, Md. 4-29-07 W 15-9 = Annapolis, Md. 3-23-08 W 8-3 Hamilton, N.Y. 4-25-08 L 9-12 = West Point, N.Y. 3-21-09 L 9-10 Annapolis, Md. 4-24-09 W 9-8 (3)= Lewisburg, Pa. 3-27-10 W 10-9 (1) Hamilton, N.Y. (#) - overtime = - Patriot League Tournament

Cornell

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Meade vs. Canisius: 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 3-13-07 W 13-5

Carling Lacrosse Club

Games: 5 Navy Leads, 3-0-2 Home — 3-0-2; Road — 0-0 1910 W 3-2 1913 W 5-2 1914 T 3-3 1915 T 1-1 1918 W 3-1

Games: 20 Navy Leads, 15-5 Streak: Cornell, 1 game Meade vs. Cornell: 1-1 NCAA Tournament: 2-2 Home — 10-1; Road — 5-3; Neutral — 0-1 1911 W 12-0 Annapolis, Md. 1915 W 4-1 Annapolis, Md. 1916 W 5-2 Annapolis, Md. 1921 W 15-2 Annapolis, Md. 4-8-22 W 20-1 Annapolis, Md. 5-8-26 W 3-0 Ithaca, N.Y. 4-9-27 W 11-1 Annapolis, Md.

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Nonleague Opponents Home Road Neutral

Navy vs. The Conferences


All-Time Series Records 5-16-42 5-5-45 5-4-46 5-18-46 4-1-72 3-31-73 3-30-74 4-5-75 5-24-75 5-21-77 5-20-78 5-23-04 2-23-08

W W W W W W L L W L L W L

7-2 20-1 24-5 25-4 12-9 5-4 11-17 7-16 15-12 6-22 7-13 6-5 7-8

(#) - overtime + - NCAA Tournament

+ + + + (1)

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Ithaca, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Ithaca, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Ithaca, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Ithaca, N.Y. Ithaca, N.Y. Ithaca, N.Y. Ithaca, N.Y. Uniondale, N.Y.

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Cortland State

Games: 2 Series Tied, 1-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Meade vs. Cortland State: 0-0 NCAA Tournament: 0-1 Home — 1-1; Road — 0-0 5-20-72 L 9-10 (2)+ Annapolis, Md. 3-24-73 W 11-6 Annapolis, Md. (#) - overtime + - NCAA Tournament

Crescent Athletic Club Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 5-4-12 W 6-4

Annapolis, Md.

Games: 13 Navy Leads, 13-0 Streak: Navy, 13 games Meade vs. Dartmouth: 0-0 Home — 13-0; Road — 0-0 4-3-37 W 6-2 4-2-38 W 11-4 4-1-39 W 11-3 4-3-40 W 13-3 3-29-41 W 11-5 4-2-42 W 9-8 5-5-45 W 14-0 4-3-47 W 19-5 3-31-48 W 13-6 4-3-52 W 12-3 3-17-73 W 16-2 3-16-74 W 23-4 3-27-77 W 17-7

Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis,

Dartmouth

Delaware

Games: 17 Navy Leads, 15-2 Streak: Navy, 1 game Meade vs. Delaware: 4-2 NCAA Tournament: 1-0 Home — 9-0; Road — 6-2 4-5-77 W 17-8 4-11-78 W 18-10 3-22-86 W 16-12 3-21-87 W 21-10 3-26-88 W 19-7 3-25-89 W 13-6 4-3-90 W 16-8 3-23-91 W 16-8 3-25-92 W 13-8 3-27-93 W 11-7 3-26-94 W 14-7 3-25-95 W 11-6 3-23-96 L 7-13 3-22-97 W 18-10 3-21-98 W 18-7 3-28-99 L 8-11 5-15-05 W 9-7 +

Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md.

+ - NCAA Tournament

Denison

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 3-26-69 W 22-2

Drexel

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Meade vs. Drexel: 0-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 3-24-43 W 20-6

Duke

Games: 34 Navy Leads, 24-10 Streak: Duke, 7 games Meade vs. Duke: 0-6 NCAA Tournament: 0-1 Home — 20-4; Road — 4-6 4-29-46 W 7-3 5-3-47 W 10-4 4-28-48 L 8-14 4-13-49 W 13-7 4-10-50 W 10-9 4-28-51 L 6-17 4-25-53 W 9-5 4-24-54 W 17-3 4-12-55 W 15-8 5-5-56 W 23-4 4-20-57 W 21-0 5-13-58 W 23-2 5-12-59 W 16-1 5-7-60 W 18-5 5-6-61 W 17-2 5-5-62 W 16-2 5-4-63 W 15-2 4-18-64 W 16-2 4-17-65 W 19-2 4-27-66 W 22-3 3-17-84 W 14-5 3-16-85 W 13-6 4-1-89 L 8-10 3-31-90 W 12-8 3-30-91 W 9-8 3-21-92 W 11-8 3-20-93 W 12-11 3-19-94 L 9-14 3-18-95 L 9-11 3-16-96 L 4-15 3-16-97 L 9-12 3-15-98 L 6-7 3-21-99 L 4-9 5-9-09 L 5-14 + + - NCAA Tournament

Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Durham, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Durham, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Durham, N.C. Durham, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Durham, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Durham, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Durham, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Durham, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Durham, N.C. Durham, N.C.

Georgetown

Games: 21 Georgetown Leads, 14-7 Streak: Georgetown, 1 game Meade vs. Georgetown: 4-13 NCAA Tournament: 0-1 Home — 4-7; Road — 3-7; Neutral — 0-0 4-17-91 W 13-6 Annapolis, Md. 4-15-92 W 12-4 Washington, D.C. 4-14-93 W 11-7 Annapolis, Md. 4-13-94 L 9-11 Washington, D.C. 4-12-95 L 13-14 Annapolis, Md. 3-30-96 L 12-14 Washington, D.C. 3-28-97 L 8-13 Annapolis, Md. 3-28-98 L 7-9 Washington, D.C. 4-3-99 W 12-11 (1) Annapolis, Md. 4-1-00 L 10-14 Washington, D.C. 4-1-01 W 11-4 Annapolis, Md. 3-30-02 L 7-14 Washington, D.C.

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3-30-03 L 3-4 (1) Annapolis, Md. 4-3-04 W 7-5 Washington, D.C. 4-2-3-05* L 6-11 Annapolis, Md. 4-1-06 L 5-9 Annapolis, Md. 5-14-06 L 7-9 + Washington, D.C. 3-31-07 L 9-10 Washington, D.C. 3-29-08 L 10-11 (1) Annapolis, Md. 3-28-09 W 10-8 Washington, D.C. 4-2-10 L 12-13 (1) Annapolis, Md. *game suspended due to death of official Scott Boyle following the first quarter of play, resumed the following day. (#) - overtime + - NCAA Tournament

Georgia Tech

Games: 4 Navy Leads, 4-0 Home — 4-0; Road — 0-0 4-14-28 W 14-1 4-27-29 W 14-0 4-19-30 W 23-1 4-18-31 W 24-1

Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis,

Games: 43 Navy Leads, 37-5-1 Streak: Navy, 29 games Meade vs. Harvard: 0-0 NCAA Tournament: 1-0 Home — 35-5-1; Road — 2-0 1908 L 1-7 1909 W 6-3 1910 L 0-1 1911 L 2-4 1913 L 4-8 1914 W 11-4 1915 L 1-2 1916 W 6-3 1920 W 5-2 1921 W 11-0 5-3-30 W 15-1 5-16-31 W 12-1 5-14-32 W 6-2 4-8-33 T 6-6 4-6-35 W 7-1 4-4-36 W 8-2 4-10-37 W 19-2 4-9-38 W 13-2 4-8-39 W 14-0 4-6-40 W 7-2 4-5-41 W 12-0 4-4-42 W 17-4 4-5-47 W 15-1 4-3-48 W 13-3 4-6-49 W 18-2 4-8-50 W 15-0 4-4-51 W 14-3 4-5-52 W 8-7 4-4-53 W 13-1 4-8-54 W 21-2 4-4-55 W 21-3 4-7-56 W 18-2 4-6-57 W 14-1 4-7-62 W 17-4 4-7-65 W 16-1 4-5-67 W 15-1 4-3-68 W 14-3 4-2-69 W 17-8 4-1-70 W 9-7 4-7-71 W 8-4 4-6-72 W 16-3 4-4-73 W 21-4 5-18-88 W 10-9 +

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Cambridge, Mass. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Cambridge, Mass.

Harvard

+ - NCAA Tournament

Md. Md. Md. Md.


All-Time Series Records Holy Cross

Games: 7 Navy Leads, 7-0 Streak: Navy, 7 games Meade vs. Holy Cross: 7-0 Home — 3-0; Road — 2-0; Neutral — 2-0 4-18-04 W 23-5 Annapolis, Md. 3-27-05 W 8-5 Worcester, Mass. 3-26-06 W 17-3 Annapolis, Md. 3-17-07 W 12-2 Dallas, Texas 3-15-08 W 16-3 Dallas, Texas 3-14-09 W 10-5 Worcester, Mass. 3-20-10 W 12-3 Annapolis, Md.

Johns Hopkins

Hobart

Games: 4 Navy Leads, 4-0 Streak: Navy, 4 games Meade vs. Hobart: 2-0 Patriot League Tournament: Home — 4-0; Road — 0-0 1920 W 2-0 4-19-41 W 17-4 3-16-04 W 13-8 5-2-04 W 9-8 = = - Patriot League Tournament

Hofstra

1-0

Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis,

Md. Md. Md. Md.

Games: 19 Navy Leads, 13-6 Streak: Hofstra, 3 games Meade vs. Hofstra: 0-3 NCAA Tournament: 0-1 Home — 6-2; Road — 7-3; Neutral — 0-1 5-1-65 W 19-2 Hempstead, N.Y. 4-27-66 W 11-2 Annapolis, Md. 5-3-69 W 11-0 Annapolis, Md. 5-2-70 W 9-4 Hempstead, N.Y. 5-1-71 W 8-5 Annapolis, Md. 5-6-72 W 8-3 Hempstead, N.Y. 4/28/73 L 9-10 Annapolis, Md. 4/6/74 W 17-6 Hempstead, N.Y. 4/19/75 W 15-10 Annapolis, Md. 4/17/76 W 17-13 Hempstead, N.Y. 4/16/77 W 15-7 Annapolis, Md. 4/11/79 W 19-12 Hempstead, N.Y. 4/13/80 W 14-9 Annapolis, Md. 3/16/83 L 10-14 Hempstead, N.Y. 5/12/84 L 13-14 Annapolis, Md. 5/11/85 W 20-9 Hempstead, N.Y. 4/10/98 L 8-9 Hempstead, N.Y. 4/16/99 L 7-8 Hempstead, N.Y. 5/15/99 L 7-15 + Providence, R.I.

L W W W W W W W W L L W L W L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

7-14 13-11 15-7 15-9 16-11 10-5 15-3 15-6 12-7 6-9 3-11 9-6 7-9 9-6 3-17 7-12 13-12 11-16 10-18 11-17 11-22 10-17 8-13 6-9 7-12 8-13 6-9 10-24 11-14 9-10 7-10 5-7 4-6 11-15 12-22 8-11 11-12 8-16 11-18 5-24 14-15 1-11 6-7 11-13 8-9 3-17 9-10 8-9 8-9 9-10 5-12

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Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Houston, Texas Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md.

+ - NCAA Tournament

In 2010, more than 10,000 spectators at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium watched Navy’s Andy Warner (1) score the game-winning goal with just 10 seconds remaining in overtime to snap a 36-game skid against Johns Hopkins.

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Midfielder Steve Looney scored the game-winner to lead Navy to a 9-8 win over Hobart in 2004 and the program’s first Patriot League Tournament title.

Games: 84 Johns Hopkins leads, 57-26-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Meade vs. Johns Hopkins: 1-16 NCAA Tournament: 0-1 Home — 18-31-1; Road — 7-26; Neutral — 1-0 1908 L 1-6 Annapolis, Md. 1909 L 4-7 Annapolis, Md. 1910 W 7-6 Annapolis, Md. 1911 L 1-2 Annapolis, Md. 1913 T 4-4 Annapolis, Md. 1914 W 5-2 Annapolis, Md. 1915 L 2-4 Annapolis, Md. 1916 L 3-6 Annapolis, Md. 1918 W 12-0 Annapolis, Md. 1919 W 5-3 Annapolis, Md. 1921 W 9-0 Annapolis, Md. 5-6-22 W 9-1 Annapolis, Md. 5-12-23 W 6-3 Annapolis, Md. 4-26-24 L 4-5 Baltimore, Md. 5-9-25 W 8-1 Annapolis, Md. 5-7-27 L 5-6 Baltimore, Md. 5-12-28 W 5-3 Annapolis, Md. 4-14-43 W 7-4 Annapolis, Md. 5-12-45 L 5-7 Baltimore, Md. 4-20-46 L 9-12 Annapolis, Md. 5-10-47 L 7-14 Baltimore, Md. 5-8-48 L 8-9 Annapolis, Md. 5-13-50 L 4-8 Annapolis, Md. 5-12-51 L 10-13 Baltimore, Md. 5-10-52 W 10-9 Annapolis, Md. 5-9-53 W 7-4 Baltimore, Md. 5-8-54 W 12-3 Annapolis, Md. 5-14-55 W 13-3 Baltimore, Md. 5-12-56 L 6-8 Annapolis, Md. 5-11-57 L 6-15 Baltimore, Md.

5-10-58 5-9-59 5-14-60 5-13-61 5-12-62 5-11-63 5-9-64 5-8-65 5-14-66 5-13-67 5-11-68 5-10-69 5-9-70 5-8-71 4-29-72 5-5-73 5-4-74 5-10-75 5-8-76 5-7-77 5-6-78 5-5-79 5-3-80 5-2-81 5-1-82 4-30-83 4-28-84 4-27-85 4-26-86 4-25-87 4-30-88 4-29-89 4-28-90 4-27-91 4-25-92 4-24-93 4-22-94 4-22-95 4-19-96 4-19-97 4-17-98 4-24-99 4-22-00 4-21-01 4-20-02 4-19-03 4-24-04 4-23-05 4-22-06 4-21-07 4-19-08


All-Time Series Records 5-17-08 4-18-09 4-24-10

L L W

4-10 7-15 9-8

(#) - overtime + - NCAA Tournament

+

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Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Johns Hopkins Club

Games: 3 Johns Hopkins Club leads, 2-1 Home — 0-2; Road — 1-0 4-22-44 L 3-4 Annapolis, Md. 5-13-44 W 5-4 Baltimore, Md. 4-21-45 L 7-8 Annapolis, Md.

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Lafayette

Games: 12 Navy Leads, 11-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Meade vs. Lafayette: 7-1 Home — 7-0; Road — 3-1; Neutral — 1-0 4-17-26 W 23-0 Annapolis, Md. 4-20-29 W 17-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-26-30 W 13-0 Annapolis, Md. 4-25-31 W 11-0 Annapolis, Md. 2-21-04 W 14-1 Easton, Pa. 3-15-05 W 14-1 Annapolis, Md. 3-15-06 W 11-6 Annapolis, Md. 2-24-07 W 9-4 Easton, Pa. 3-8-08 W 8-5 Easton, Pa. 3-7-09 W 14-9 Annapolis, Md. 3-12-10 L 8-15 Easton, Pa. 4-30-10 W 11-9 = West Point, N.Y. = - Patriot League Tournament

Lehigh

Games: 29 Navy Leads, 28-1 Streak: Navy, 25 games Meade vs. Lehigh: 11-0 Patriot League Tournament: 2-0 Home — 21-1; Road — 6-0; Neutral — 1-0 1910 W 4-2 Annapolis, Md. 1911 W 7-2 Annapolis, Md. 4-4-12 W 11-1 Annapolis, Md. 1913 L 3-4 Annapolis, Md. 1914 W 5-1 Annapolis, Md. 1919 W 4-1 Annapolis, Md. 1920 W 9-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-22-22 W 5-3 Annapolis, Md. 4-21-23 W 10-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-24-26 W 8-1 Annapolis, Md. 5-14-27 W 18-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-21-28 W 11-0 Annapolis, Md. 4-13-29 W 11-1 Annapolis, Md. 5-10-30 W 6-1 Bethlehem, Pa. 5-9-31 W 18-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-23-32 W 23-0 Annapolis, Md. 4-15-33 W 16-2 Annapolis, Md. 5-22-48 W 14-1 Annapolis, Md. 3-27-01 W 13-4 Bethlehem, Pa. 3-26-02 W 7-4 Annapolis, Md. 4-16-04 W 16-7 Annapolis, Md. 3-25-05 W 11-5 Bethlehem, Pa. 4-29-05 W 10-6 = Annapolis, Md. 3-24-06 W 9-4 Annapolis, Md. 4-28-06 W 9-2 = Hamilton, N.Y. 3-10-07 W 9-5 Bethlehem, Pa. 3-11-08 W 14-3 Annapolis, Md. 3-10-09 W 10-8 Bethlehem, Pa. 3-2-10 W 8-3 Bethlehem, Pa.

Loyola

Games: 5 Navy Leads, 3-2 Streak: Loyola , 2 games Meade vs. Loyola: 0-1 NCAA Tournament: 0-1 Home — 3-2; Road — 0-0 5-6-39 W 14-4 4-18-42 W 12-8 4-3-43 W 8-1 5-15-93 L 8-19 + 2-20-10 L 7-8 (1) (#) - overtime + - NCAA Tournament

Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis,

Md. Md. Md. Md. Md.

Marist

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Meade vs. Marist: 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 2-24-03* W 12-1 Annapolis, Md.

*due to weather and field conditions, the game was called after 3 quarters

Maryland

Games: 85 Maryland Leads, 51-33-1 Streak: Maryland, 1 game Meade vs. Maryland: 5-11 NCAA Tournament: 0-4 Home — 20-27-1; Road — 13-22; Neutral — 0-2 4-12-24 L 3-5 Washington, D.C. 4-16-27 W 6-2 Annapolis, Md. 5-5-28 L 2-3 College Park, Md. 6-1-29 W 4-3 Annapolis, Md. 5-31-30 L 1-5 Annapolis, Md. 5-30-31 L 1-8 Annapolis, Md. 5-28-32 L 2-4 Annapolis, Md. 4-22-33 L 3-7 Annapolis, Md. 5-12-34 T 6-6 Annapolis, Md. 5-11-35 L 5-6 Annapolis, Md. 5-9-36 L 2-7 Annapolis, Md. 5-15-37 L 2-6 Annapolis, Md. 5-14-38 W 8-7 Annapolis, Md. 5-13-39 L 3-5 Annapolis, Md. 5-11-40 L 3-12 Annapolis, Md. 5-8-43 W 9-8 Annapolis, Md. 5-15-46 W 11-4 Annapolis, Md. 4-12-47 W 10-9 Annapolis, Md. 4-24-48 L 3-8 College Park, Md. 4-23-49 W 14-4 Annapolis, Md.

4-22-50 4-21-51 4-19-52 4-18-53 4-17-54 4-30-55 4-28-56 4-27-57 4-26-58 4-25-59 4-30-60 4-29-61 4-28-62 4-27-63 4-25-64 4-24-65 4-23-66 4-22-67 4-20-68 4-19-69 4-18-70 5-25-71 5-29-71 3-25-72 4-14-73 4-20-74 4-26-75 5-31-75 4-24-76 5-23-76 4-23-77 4-22-78 4-21-79 5-19-79 4-19-80 4-18-81 4-17-82 4-16-83 4-14-84 4-13-85 4-12-86 4-11-87 4-16-88 4-15-89 4-15-90 4-13-91 4-11-92 4-10-93 4-9-94 4-8-95 4-6-96 4-5-97

W L W L W L L L L L W W W W W W W W L W W W L L L L W L L L L L L L W W L W L W L L W L L L W L L L L L

6-5 9-10 10-9 9-10 12-7 8-9 5-10 4-5 10-17 8-15 15-14 9-7 22-12 17-9 11-7 13-7 11-9 10-8 3-5 7-6 6-3 10-5 7-10 10-12 7-14 7-12 10-9 13-20 10-14 11-22 13-16 13-16 12-17 10-15 11-9 16-15 10-12 10-9 9-14 7-5 8-11 5-17 8-7 5-6 6-18 6-10 11-3 10-11 4-11 11-19 10-11 5-10

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College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. College Park, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md.

= - Patriot League Tournament

In 2004, attackman Joe Bossi scored three goals in leading the Midshipmen to a 9-6 victory over Maryland in College Park in what marked Navy’s first win over a No.1-ranked team.

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All-Time Series Records 4-4-98 4-10-99 4-8-00 4-7-01 4-5-02 4-5-03 4-10-04 4-8-05 4-8-06 4-6-07 4-4-08 4-3-09 4-10-10

L L L L L L W W W L W W L

7-21 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-6 7-9 9-6 9-8 7-6 7-8 5-4 10-4 9-11

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(#) - overtime + - NCAA Tournament

College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md.

Maryland Club

UMBC

Games: 26 Navy Leads, 22-4 Streak: Navy, 2 games Meade vs. UMBC: 7-2 Home — 12-2; Road — 10-2 3-20-74 W 16-7 3-19-75 L 9-10 4-3-76 W 13-9 4-2-77 W 22-10 4-1-78 W 15-8 3-31-79 W 13-12 3-29-80 W 19-14 3-28-81 W 13-8 3-27-82 W 12-8 3-26-83 L 6-10 3-21-84 W 16-10 3-9-85 W 9-8 (1) 3-8-86 W 11-6 3-7-87 W 14-4 3-5-88 W 13-6 3-29-89 W 11-5 3-28-90 W 16-6 2-25-95 W 16-13 2-24-96 W 14-13 2-22-97 W 11-10 2-21-98 W 15-12 2-27-99 L 3-9 2-26-00 W 11-2 2-24-01 L 8-9 (1) 2-23-02 W 11-4 4-15-03 W 13-10 (#) - overtime

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md. Catonsville, Md. Annapolis, Md. Catonsville, Md. Annapolis, Md. Catonsville, Md. Annapolis, Md. Catonsville, Md. Annapolis, Md. Catonsville, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Catonsville, Md. Annapolis, Md. Catonsville, Md. Annapolis, Md. Catonsville, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Catonsville, Md. Catonsville, Md. Annapolis, Md. Catonsville, Md. Annapolis, Md. Catonsville, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Maryland State

Games: 2 Navy leads, 2-0 Home — 2-0; Road — 0-0 1920 W 11-1 1921 W 15-0

Massachusetts

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Games: 5 Massachusetts Leads, 3-2 Streak: Massachusetts, 3 games Meade vs. Massachusetts: 1-3 NCAA Tournament: 1-0 Home — 1-1; Road — 0-2; Neutral — 1-0 5-16-79 W 16-14 + Annapolis, Md. 3-11-00 W 6-3 Piscataway, N.J. 3-10-01 L 8-11 Amherst, Mass. 3-9-02 L 10-13 Annapolis, Md. 3-8-03 L 9-10 Amherst, Mass. + - NCAA Tournament

Games: 1 Navy leads, 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 4-30-32 W 24-0

Mount St. Mary’s

Games: 7 Navy Leads, 7-0 Streak: Navy, 7 games Meade vs. Mount St. Mary’s: Home — 4-0; Road — 3-0 4-14-98 W 16-8 4-20-99 W 11-7 4-18-00 W 13-5 4-17-01 W 16-3 4-16-02 W 10-5 2-29-08 W 12-5 3-3-09 W 6-2

Annapolis, Md.

7-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Emmitsburg, Md. Annapolis, Md. Emmitsburg, Md. Annapolis, Md. Emmitsburg, Md.

Mt. Washington Lacrosse Club

Games: 24 Mount Washington L.C. leads, 14-10 Home — 10-14; Road — 0-0 1909 L 3-7 Annapolis, 1910 W 6-1 Annapolis, 1911 W 6-0 Annapolis, 5-9-12 W 2-0 Annapolis, 1913 W 8-0 Annapolis, 1915 L 1-2 Annapolis, 1916 W 4-1 Annapolis, 5-13-22 W 3-2 Annapolis, 4-7-23 W 8-2 Annapolis, 4-9-32 L 4-5 Annapolis, 5-13-33 L 2-10 Annapolis, 4-28-34 L 4-11 Annapolis, 5-18-35 L 4-14 Annapolis, 5-16-36 L 1-9 Annapolis, 5-11-46 L 9-10 Annapolis, 5-28-60 L 7-11 Annapolis, 5-27-61 L 10-15 Annapolis, 4-3-65 W 11-10 Annapolis, 4-16-66 L 11-12 Annapolis, 4-15-67 L 8-9 Annapolis, 4-6-68 L 5-10 Annapolis, 4-5-69 W 15-4 Annapolis, 4-4-70 W 6-4 Annapolis, 4-3-71 L 4-10 Annapolis,

Mt. Washington Jrs.

Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md.

Annapolis, Md.

Games: 5 Navy leads, 5-0 Home — 5-0; Road — 0-0 4-18-25 W 3-0 4-3-26 W 4-0 4-2-27 W 11-1 3-31-28 W 7-3 3-30-29 W 11-0

Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis,

North Carolina

L L L L W L W L L L W W W W W L W L L

2-16 4-11 11-15 7-24 13-12 7-17 8-6 10-11 10-11 10-11 9-8 9-8 9-6 11-3 19-8 8-12 8-7 8-9 4-11

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(#) - overtime + - NCAA Tournament

Chapel Hill, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Chapel Hill, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Chapel Hill, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Chapel Hill, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Chapel Hill, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Chapel Hill, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Chapel Hill, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Chapel Hill, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. Annapolis, Md.

Ohio State

Games: 1 Navy leads, 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 1910 W 6-0

New York University

5-19-82 3-24-84 3-23-85 3-2-96 3-2-97 2-28-98 3-6-99 3-4-00 3-3-01 3-2-02 2-28-03 3-5-04 3-5-05 3-4-06 3-2-07 5-13-07 5-10-08 2-20-09 2-25-10

Games: 5 Navy Leads, 4-1 Streak: Navy, 3 games Meade vs. Ohio State: 4-1 Home — 1-1; Road — 3-0 2-22-03 W 13-10 2-28-04 L 9-12 2-26-05 W 11-5 2-24-06 W 9-3 2-16-08 W 8-7 (1) (#) - overtime

Columbus, Ohio Annapolis, Md. Columbus, Ohio Annapolis, Md. Columbus, Ohio

Onondaga Indian Tribe Games: 1 Navy leads, 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 5-15-26 W 14-3

Oxford-Cambridge

Annapolis, Md.

Games: 1 Oxford-Cambridge leads, 1-0 Home — 0-1; Road — 0-0 4-5-30 L 4-5 Annapolis, Md.

Md. Md. Md. Md. Md.

Games: 25 Series North Carolina Leads, 13-12 Streak: North Carolina, 2 games Meade vs. North Carolina: 8-8 NCAA Tournament: 2-4 Home — 8-4; Road — 4-9 3-26-75 W 11-4 Annapolis, Md. 4-14-76 W 10-4 Annapolis, Md. 5-19-76 W 13-9 + Annapolis, Md. 5-13-78 W 16-11 Chapel Hill, N.C. 5-21-80 L 11-18 + Annapolis, Md. 5-23-81 L 8-17 + Chapel Hill, N.C.

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Nick Mirabito scored the game-winner to lead the Mids to an 8-7 victory over North Carolina in the quarters of the 2008 NCAA Tournament.

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Games: 3 Navy leads, 3-0 Home — 3-0; Road — 0-0 3-28-12 W 30-1 4-1-22 W 16-0 4-14-23 W 4-2

MIT


All-Time Series Records 2-29-92 2-27-93 4-14-00 4-14-01 4-12-02 4-12-03

L W W W W L

(#) - overtime

9-16 11-9 12-5 10-9 9-7 4-5

(1)

State College, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. State College, Pa. Annapolis, Md. State College, Pa.

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Philadelphia Lacrosse Club Games: 8 Navy leads, 8-0 Home — 8-0; Road — 0-0 5-6-44 W 19-1 5-23-64 W 18-8 5-29-65 W 14-5 5-28-66 W 15-2 5-27-67 W 15-4 5-25-68 W 11-2 5-24-69 W 9-6 5-23-70 W 15-1

Anchored by Hall of Famer Jeff Long, Navy’s 1975 team was the first in program history to earn its way into the NCAA Championship Game. The Mids defeated Penn in the opening round of the tourney and Cornell in the semis before dropping the title game to Maryland.

Penn

Games: 52 Navy Leads, 47-5 Streak: Navy, 13 games Meade vs. Penn: 6-0 NCAA Tournament: 4-0 Home — 31-2; Road — 16-3 1914 W 8-0 1915 W 5-0 1916 W 6-2 1917 W 4-1 1921 W 11-1 4-12-22 W 17-0 4-28-23 W 5-1 5-3-24 W 16-1 5-18-29 W 7-4 5-7-32 W 9-2 4-29-33 W 6-1 4-7-34 W 13-1 5-21-38 W 14-0 5-27-39 W 15-2 5-18-40 W 16-2 5-14-41 W 11-4 5-2-42 W 18-0 5-14-49 W 20-4 5-20-50 W 18-2 5-19-51 W 18-2 5-17-52 W 17-2 5-16-53 W 12-5 5-15-54 W 15-5 4-20-55 W 23-1 5-17-58 W 18-0 5-21-75 W 17-6 + 5-13-77 L 12-19 5-17-77 W 14-12 + 4-5-78 W 15-7 4-4-79 W 14-9 4-2-80 W 24-6 4-1-81 W 8-7 3-31-82 W 8-7 3-30-83 W 13-9 3-28-84 L 3-5 3-27-85 L 10-11 (1) 3-26-86 W 12-11 3-25-87 L 9-11 3-30-88 L 10-11 3-18-89 W 12-11 5-17-89 W 12-11 + 3-17-90 W 16-10 3-16-91 W 8-7

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa.

3-15-92 3-24-93 3-12-94 3-11-95 3-9-96 3-8-97 3-7-98 3-13-99 5-16-04

W W W W W W W W W

9-3 14-11 13-12 16-6 10-6 9-8 12-11 12-8 11-5

(#) - overtime + - NCAA Tournament

(1)

+

Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Annapolis, Md.

Penn State

Games: 38 Navy Leads, 36-2 Streak: Navy, 1 game Meade vs. Penn State: 3-1 Home — 30-0; Road — 6-2 1919 W 13-0 1920 W 13-0 1921 W 18-0 4-29-22 W 13-0 5-5-23 W 12-2 5-10-24 W 14-0 5-11-29 W 7-4 5-6-33 W 11-4 4-21-34 W 13-3 4-13-40 W 10-1 4-12-41 W 13-4 4-11-42 W 8-5 4-24-43 W 4-2 4-29-44 W 21-1 4-28-45 W 20-0 5-19-45 W 23-0 4-27-46 W 14-4 4-26-47 W 10-1 5-1-48 W 9-3 4-30-49 W 19-7 4-15-50 W 9-6 4-14-51 W 10-1 4-12-52 W 21-0 4-11-53 W 19-1 4-14-54 W 23-1 4-16-55 W 16-2 4-14-56 W 17-4 4-13-57 W 19-8 4-12-58 W 18-2 4-11-59 W 29-3 4-6-60 W 17-3 4-8-61 W 16-5

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. State College, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. State College, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. State College, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. State College, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. State College, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

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Princeton

Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis,

Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md.

Games: 55 Navy Leads, 39-15-1 Streak: Navy, 1 game Meade vs. Princeton: 1-0 NCAA Tournament: 1-0 Home — 21-6; Road — 17-9-1; Neutral — 1-0 5-2-25 W 2-0 Princeton, N.J. 4-14-34 T 2-2 Princeton, N.J. 4-13-35 L 3-4 Annapolis, Md. 4-11-36 W 8-5 Princeton, N.J. 4-17-37 L 4-5 Annapolis, Md. 4-16-38 W 8-3 Annapolis, Md. 4-15-39 W 7-2 Princeton, N.J. 4-20-40 L 4-9 Annapolis, Md. 4-26-41 L 4-13 Princeton, N.J. 5-9-42 L 1-12 Annapolis, Md. 5-1-43 L 6-7 Princeton, N.J. 5-20-44 W 15-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-19-47 L 5-8 Princeton, N.J. 5-15-48 W 5-4 Annapolis, Md. 5-7-49 W 11-8 Princeton, N.J. 5-6-50 L 6-11 Annapolis, Md. 5-5-51 L 7-16 Princeton, N.J. 5-3-52 W 10-5 Annapolis, Md. 5-2-53 L 8-13 Princeton, N.J. 5-1-54 W 13-4 Annapolis, Md. 5-7-55 W 16-7 Princeton, N.J. 5-19-56 W 14-4 Annapolis, Md. 5-18-57 W 12-10 Princeton, N.J. 4-19-58 W 15-12 Annapolis, Md. 4-18-59 L 7-8 Princeton, N.J. 4-16-60 W 16-5 Annapolis, Md. 4-15-61 W 10-5 Princeton, N.J. 4-14-62 W 13-3 Annapolis, Md. 4-13-63 W 9-6 Princeton, N.J. 4-11-64 W 16-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-10-65 W 17-9 Princeton, N.J. 4-9-66 W 14-9 Princeton, N.J. 4-8-67 W 12-6 Princeton, N.J. 4-13-68 W 8-6 Annapolis, Md. 4-12-69 L 8-10 Princeton, N.J. 4-11-70 W 9-3 Annapolis, Md. 4-10-71 W 15-4 Princeton, N.J. 4-7-73 W 19-5 Princeton, N.J. 4-13-74 W 19-5 Annapolis, Md. 4-12-75 L 14-15 Princeton, N.J. 4-10-76 W 10-8 Annapolis, Md. 4-9-77 W 12-9 Princeton, N.J. 4-8-78 W 16-8 Annapolis, Md. 4-7-79 W 15-4 Princeton, N.J. 4-5-80 W 9-6 Annapolis, Md. 4-4-81 W 14-9 Princeton, N.J. 4-3-82 W 14-9 Annapolis, Md. 4-2-83 L 12-14 Princeton, N.J. 3-31-84 W 9-5 Annapolis, Md. 3-30-85 W 15-10 Princeton, N.J.


All-Time Series Records 3-29-86 3-28-87 4-2-88 3-21-90 5-29-04

W W W L W

19-7 11-8 11-4 8-9 8-7

(#) - overtime + - NCAA Tournament

(2) +

Annapolis, Md. Princeton, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md.

Providence

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Meade vs. Providence: 1-0 Home — 0-0; Road — 0-0; Neutral — 1-0 2-19-05 W 9-2 Branford, Conn.

Radford

Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis, Annapolis,

Games: 3 Navy leads, 3-0 Home — 3-0; Road — 0-0 4-30-27 W 7-1 5-19-28 W 9-2 4-6-29 W 13-1

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Randolph Macon

Rutgers

Games: 28 Navy Leads, 21-7 Streak: Rutgers, 1 game Meade vs. Rutgers: 3-1 Home — 12-4; Road — 9-3 5-16-25 W 6-3 5-1-26 W 10-2 4-25-42 W 10-6 3-28-59 W 10-9 4-2-60 W 15-2 4-1-61 W 12-3 3-31-62 W 17-6 3-30-63 W 13-3 3-28-64 W 20-3 5-3-72 W 7-6 4-25-73 W 6-4 4-24-74 W 12-8 4-16-75 W 8-6

Md. Md. Md. Md.

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J.

W L W L L W W L W L L W W W L

14-10 7-9 13-7 15-16 11-14 14-12 7-6 4-9 11-8 9-11 6-13 11-8 11-9 6-3 8-13

St. John’s College

Games: 2 Navy leads, 2-0 Home — 2-0; Road — 0-0 1920 W 5-0 5-2-23 W 12-1

Saint Joseph’s

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Games: 3 Navy Leads, 3-0 Streak: Navy, 3 games Meade vs. Saint Joseph’s: 3-0 Home — 2-0; Road — 1-0 2-16-02 W 16-2 Annapolis, Md. 2-18-06 W 12-2 Philadelphia, Pa. 2-17-07 W 10-3 Annapolis, Md.

Stevens Inst. of Technology Games: 3 Navy leads, 3-0 Home — 3-0; Road — 0-0 3-31-23 W 12-1 4-19-24 W 12-0 4-8-25 W 14-0

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Games: 8 Navy Leads, 8-0 Streak: Navy, 8 games Meade vs. Stony Brook: 5-0 Home — 4-0; Road — 4-0 3-28-92 W 11-2 5-1-93 W 13-5 4-30-94 W 12-6 4-29-95 W 10-6 3-25-00 W 16-4

Stony Brook, N.Y. Stony Brook, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Stony Brook

3-24-01 3-23-02 3-22-03

W W W

(#) - overtime

14-6 11-10 10-6

(3)

Stony Brook, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Stony Brook, N.Y.

Swarthmore

Games: 19 Navy leads, 16-0-3 Home — 15-0-3; Road — 1-0 1910 W 7-5 Annapolis, Md. 1911 W 7-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-18-12 T 6-6 Annapolis, Md. 1913 T 5-5 Annapolis, Md. 1914 W 6-0 Annapolis, Md. 1915 W 11-0 Annapolis, Md. 1916 W 4-2 Annapolis, Md. 1918 W 2-0 Annapolis, Md. 1919 W 10-0 Annapolis, Md. 1920 W 10-0 Annapolis, Md. 1921 W 15-0 Annapolis, Md. 5-10-41 T 9-9 Annapolis, Md. 5-15-43 W 16-3 Annapolis, Md. 4-15-44 W 6-0 Swarthmore, Pa. 4-14-45 W 17-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-13-46 W 13-0 Annapolis, Md. 5-17-47 W 18-2 Annapolis, Md. 5-21-49 W 18-3 Annapolis, Md. 4-7-51 W 14-4 Annapolis, Md.

Syracuse

Games: 27 Navy Leads, 18-8-1 Streak: Syracuse, 5 games Meade vs. Syracuse: 0-1 NCAA Tournament: 0-4 Home — 15-2; Road — 3-5-1; 1919 W 13-0 1920 W 7-1 5-19-23 T 2-2 5-17-24 L 1-2 4-27-29 W 6-3 5-17-30 W 4-0 5-5-34 W 11-8 4-27-35 W 16-10 4-25-36 W 8-6 5-8-37 W 15-3 5-4-40 W 10-9 5-3-41 W 14-9 5-1-46 W 20-4 4-10-48 W 14-2 4-3-56 W 20-6 4-1-67 W 18-4 3-30-68 W 14-0 4-15-78 W 14-10 4-14-79 W 18-11 3-22-80 L 8-11 3-21-81 L 10-14 3-20-82 W 12-11 3-19-83 L 9-17 5-17-87 L 5-19 + 5-21-88 L 5-23 + 5-22-89 L 11-18 + 5-31-04 L 13-14 + + - NCAA Tournament

Neutral — 0-1 Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Baltimore, Md.

Toronto

Games: 1 Navy leads, 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 5-23-25 W 6-2

Jon Birsner scored the game-winner against Princeton in the 2004 NCAA Tournament, leading the Mids to just their second NCAA Championship Game appearance against Syracuse.

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Annapolis, Md.

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Games: 4 Navy leads, 4-0 Home — 4-0; Road — 0-0 3-11-98 W 11-5 3-16-99 W 19-3 3-7-00 W 13-3 3-21-01 W 14-7

3-20-76 3-19-77 3-18-78 3-17-79 3-14-81 3-4-86 3-4-87 3-12-88 3-11-89 3-10-90 3-9-91 3-18-00 3-17-01 3-16-02 3-15-03


All-Time Series Records Towson

Games: 9 Navy Leads, 5-4 Streak: Towson, 2 games Meade vs. Towson: 1-3 Home — 4-0; Road — 1-4 3-22-75 W 13-9 4-20-91 L 8-15 4-18-92 W 12-2 4-17-93 W 8-7 4-16-94 W 13-12 4-15-95 L 7-14 4-13-96 W 9-8 4-12-97 L 6-14 3-16-10 L 9-10

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Union College

Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md.

Games: 1 Navy Leads, 1-0 Streak: Navy, 1 game Meade vs. Union College: 0-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 3-31-47 W 29-0 Annapolis, Md.

University Club

Games: 1 Navy leads, 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 5-4-68 W 9-7

Virginia

Games: 49 Navy Leads, 31-18 Streak: Virginia, 6 games Meade vs. Virginia: 0-2 NCAA Tournament: 1-2 Home — 17-8; Road — 14-9; 4-25-28 W 19-0 4-9-49 W 13-2 4-26-52 L 8-9 4-7-53 W 8-7 4-10-54 W 14-3 4-23-55 W 17-5 4-21-56 W 8-5 5-4-57 W 10-5 5-3-58 L 14-15 5-2-59 W 9-5 4-23-60 W 9-2 4-22-61 W 8-7 4-21-62 W 11-8 4-20-63 W 10-3 5-2-64 W 12-4 5-15-65 W 13-5 4-30-66 W 14-3 4-29-67 W 8-3 4-27-68 W 12-6 4-26-69 W 6-5 4-25-70 W 11-7 4-24-71 L 7-11 5-22-71 W 9-6 + 4-22-72 W 12-10 4-21-73 L 9-11 4-27-74 L 9-13 5-3-75 W 15-11 5-1-76 W 15-12 4-30-77 W 12-8 4-29-78 W 15-8 4-29-79 W 11-8 4-26-80 L 9-12 4-26-81 W 13-12 4-24-82 L 15-26 4-23-83 L 10-14 4-21-84 W 7-6 4-20-85 L 6-12 4-19-86 L 6-10 5-19-86 L 9-12 + 4-18-87 W 15-13 4-23-88 W 7-5

Annapolis, Md.

Neutral — 0-1 Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md.

Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Baltimore, Md.

Washington & Lee

Games: 3 Navy Leads, 3-0 Streak: Navy, 3 games Meade vs. VMI: 3-0 Home — 3-0; Road — 0-0 2-9-08 W 10-2 2-7-09 W 13-5 2-13-10 W 16-5

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

(#) - overtime + - NCAA Tournament

Games: 1 Navy leads, 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 1913 W 6-2

Annapolis, Md.

4-22-89 4-21-90 3-3-91 3-8-92 3-6-93 3-5-94 3-4-95 5-21-05

L W L L L L L L

7-8 10-7 7-14 9-10 7-9 7-14 13-24 8-10

+ - NCAA Tournament

+

VMI

Walbrook Athletic Club

Washington College

Games: 43 Navy Leads, 41-2 Streak: Navy, 11 games Meade vs. Washington College: 3-0 Home — 31-1; Road — 10-1 4-1-50 W 10-5 Annapolis, Md. 3-28-51 W 8-6 Annapolis, Md. 3-29-52 W 12-7 Annapolis, Md. 3-28-53 W 13-5 Annapolis, Md. 4-3-54 W 18-0 Annapolis, Md. 3-26-55 W 13-4 Annapolis, Md. 3-24-56 W 18-10 Annapolis, Md. 3-30-57 W 18-11 Annapolis, Md. 3-29-58 W 17-8 Annapolis, Md. 4-4-59 W 8-6 Annapolis, Md. 4-9-60 W 19-0 Annapolis, Md. 4-12-61 W 18-5 Annapolis, Md. 5-2-62 W 16-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-6-63 W 12-2 Annapolis, Md. 4-4-64 W 13-4 Annapolis, Md. 4-28-65 W 22-1 Annapolis, Md. 4-2-66 W 18-3 Annapolis, Md. 5-14-69 W 8-3 Annapolis, Md. 5-13-70 W 12-3 Chestertown, Md. 5-12-71 W 20-4 Annapolis, Md. 3-22-72 W 18-3 Chestertown, Md. 3-21-73 W 14-5 Annapolis, Md. 4-7-76 W 12-11 Chestertown, Md. 3-23-77 W 9-6 Annapolis, Md. 3-29-78 W 14-6 Chestertown, Md. 3-28-79 W 14-6 Annapolis, Md. 3-19-80 W 14-7 Chestertown, Md. 3-18-81 W 20-9 Annapolis, Md. 3-17-82 L 10-14 Chestertown, Md. 3-23-83 W 13-9 Annapolis, Md. 3-14-84 W 12-1 Chestertown, Md. 3-13-85 L 9-10 Annapolis, Md. 3-12-86 W 15-7 Chestertown, Md. 3-11-87 W 9-6 Annapolis, Md. 3-16-88 W 17-7 Annapolis, Md. 3-4-89 W 15-9 Chestertown, Md. 3-30-90 W 16-4 Annapolis, Md. 3-20-91 W 17-5 Annapolis, Md. 3-18-92 W 13-4 Chestertown, Md. 3-1-94 W 20-10 Annapolis, Md. 3-1-95 W 12-1 Chestertown, Md. 2-28-96 W 12-4 Annapolis, Md. 2-26-97 W 7-6 Annapolis, Md.

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Games: 11 Navy leads, 8-3 NCAA Tournament: 0-2 Home — 3-1; Road — 5-2 4-17-71 W 10-8 4-15-72 W 19-8 5-19-73 L 12-13 (3)+ 3-23-74 L 10-13 + 5-18-74 L 9-11 3-28-75 W 14-8 3-27-76 W 8-7 3-25-77 W 13-12 3-13-82 W 11-10 (1) 3-12-83 W 13-7 3-10-84 W 13-9

Annapolis, Md. Lexington, Va. Lexington, Va. Annapolis, Md. Lexington, Va. Lexington, Va. Annapolis, Md. Lexington, Va. Lexington, Va. Annapolis, Md. Lexington, Va.

Western Maryland

Games: 3 Navy leads, 3-0 Home — 3-0; Road — 0-0 5-24-30 W 8-0 4-11-31 W 10-0 4-16-32 W 10-2

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Games: 1 Navy leads, 1-0 Home — 1-0; Road — 0-0 4-4-49 W 14-3

Annapolis, Md.

Games: 15 Navy Leads, 12-3 Streak: Yale, 1 game Meade vs. Yale: 0-0 NCAA Tournament: 0-1 Home — 9-2; Road — 3-1 4-11-25 W 11-0 5-4-35 W 24-6 5-2-36 W 8-3 4-24-37 W 13-1 4-23-38 W 14-4 4-27-40 W 11-5 4-17-48 W 13-2 4-16-49 W 13-4 4-29-50 L 1-5 3-17-71 W 8-4 3-15-86 W 16-11 3-14-87 W 15-10 3-19-88 L 7-10 3-21-89 W 15-7 5-9-92 L 3-9 +

Annapolis, Md. New Haven, Conn. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. New Haven, Conn. Annapolis, Md. New Haven, Conn. Annapolis, Md. New Haven, Conn. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Williams College

Yale

+ - NCAA Tournament


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2010 Season Results Overall Record: 7-8 Patriot League Record: 4-2

Navy / Opp. Ranking Record 11 / NR 1-0 / 0-0

2-20

Loyola

3-2

at Lehigh *

W

at Lafayette *

L

8-15

9-10

1,240

RV / NR

3-4 / 2-1

Wickham - 12

3,188

RV / NR

4-4 / 3-1

Wickham - 16

3-12 3-16

L

North Carolina Bucknell *

at Towson

7-8

L

4-11

W

8-7

L

8-3

Att. 1,625

Neutral: 1-1 Neutral: 0-1

Opponent VMI

3-6

Score W 16-5

Away: 2-4 Away: 2-1

Date 2-13

2-25

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Home: 4-3 Home: 2-0

OT

1,763

11 / 15

1-1 / 0-0

Wickham - 19

338

RV / NR

2-2 / 1-0

Wickham - 9

308

17 / 15

3-3 / 2-1

Wickham - 16

1,461

OT

Keeper (Sv) Wickham - 12

16 / 4

3,182

1-2 / 0-0

RV / 13

Wickham - 14

2-3 / 2-0

Wickham - 18

3-20

Holy Cross *

W

12-3

3-27

at Colgate *

W

10-9

OT

423

RV / NR

5-4 / 4-1

Wickham - 10

4-2

Georgetown

L

12-13

OT

6,250

RV / 13

5-5 / 4-1

Wickham - 15

4-10

at Maryland

L

9-11

5,618

RV / 4

5-6 / 4-1

Wickham - 17

4-24

Johns Hopkins

W

9-8

vs. Lafayette +

W

11-9

4-17

4-30 5-2

vs. Army * =

L

at Army +

L

6-7

OT

20,911

RV / NR

5-7 / 4-2

Wickham - 7

549

NR / NR

7-7 / 4-2

Wickham - 6

10,128

8-11

NR / 17

2,078

6-7 / 4-2

NR / RV

Scoring (Goals-Assists-Points) Cook 1-0-1, Connors 0-2-2, Daratsos 1-1-2, Davis 2-1-3, Doyle 1-0-1,Lennon 1-1-2, McAuliffe 1-0-1, Moran 3-0-3, Norris 1-0-1,Paul 1-2-3, Striffler 1-2-3, Warner 3-0-3 Connors 1-0-1, Lennon 0-1-1, Moran 3-0-3, Paul 1-0-1, E. Sullivan 0-2-2, Warner 2-1-3 Cook 1-0-1, Daratsos 1-0-1, Lennon 1-0-1, Moran 0-2-2, E. Sullivan 1-0-1 Connors 1-1-2, Davis 1-0-1, Kapron 1-0-1, Lennon 2-0-2, Moran 0-1-1, O’Leary 1-0-1, Connors 2-0-2, Davis 0-3-3, Lennon 1-1-2, Moran 3-1-4, O’Leary 1-0-1, Warner 1-1-2 Connors 1-1-2, Lennon 2-0-2, Moran 1-1-2, O’Leary 0-2-2, Striffler 2-0-2, Warner 2-0-2 Brosnan 1-0-1, Connors 4-1-5, Davis 0-1-1, Lennon 1-0-1, Moran 1-0-1, O’Leary 2-1-3, Vernam 0-1-1, Warner 0-1-1 Connors 1-2-3, Davis 1-1-1, Doyle 1-0-1, Kapron 0-1-1, Lennon 1-1-2, Moran 3-0-3, O’Leary 1-0-1, Schroeder 0-1-1, Striffler 1-1-2, E. Sullivan 1-0-1, Warner 2-0-2 Battle 0-1-1, Connors 2-0-2, Gallagher 1-0-1, Lennon 0-1-1, Moran 3-1-4, O’Leary 1-1-2, Seivold 1-0-1, Warner 2-0-2 Connors 3-1-4, Cook 1-0-1, Gallagher 0-1-1, Kapron 1-0-1, Lennon 1-2-3, Moran 3-1-4, O’Leary 0-1-1, Schroeder 1-0-1, Warner 2-4-6 Davis 1-0-1, Kapron 3-1-4, Lennon 3-0-3, Moran 2-1-3, O’Leary 0-1-1, Warner 0-1-1 Davis 2-0-2, Doyle 1-0-1, Kapron 1-0-1, Lennon 1-0-1, O’Leary 1-0-1, Warner 0-1-1 Connors 2-0-2, Lennon 1-0-1, Mann 1-0-1, Moran 2-0-2, O’Leary 0-1-1, Smith 1-0-1, E. Sullivan 0-1-1, Warner 1-2-3, Team 1-0-1 Connors 1-3-4, Lennon 1-0-1, Moran 2-2-4, O’Leary 2-1-3, Warner 4-0-4, Team 1-0-1 Connors 2-1-3, Davis 0-1-1, Lennon 1-0-1, Mann 0-1-1, Moran 2-0-2, Schroeder 1-0-1, E. Sullivan 1-0-1, Warner 1-1-2

Wickham - 9

7-8 / 4-2

Wickham - 8

* — Patriot League game = — Day of Rivals (M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, Md.) + — Patriot League Tournament (Michie Stadium; West Point, N.Y.)

Win/Loss Margin Wins (7) Losses (8)

1 3 4

2 1 1

Attendance Summary Home Away Neutral Total

Gm 7 6 2 15

3

1

W-L 4-3 2-4 1-1 7-8

4

5 1

6

7

2

Attendance 27,597 10,005 21,460 59,062

8

9 1

Avg./Game 3,942.4 1,667.5 10,730.0 3,937.5

10

11 1

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

High 10,128 vs. Johns Hopkins 5,618 at Maryland 20,911 vs. Army (Day of Rivals; Baltimore, Md.) 20,911 vs. Army (Day of Rivals; Baltimore, Md.)

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2010 Overall Statistics Overall Record: 7-8 Patriot League Record: 4-2 Name Moran, Patrick Warner, Andy Connors, Brendan Lennon, Joe O'Leary, Ryan Davis, Nikk Kapron, Kyle Striffler, Brian Sullivan, Evan Doyle, Kevin Paul, Tim Cook, Taylor Daratsos, Basil Schroeder, Zack Gallagher, Marty Mann, Jay Seivold, Jordan Brosnan, Jake Norris, Cade Smith, Bucky McAuliffe, Joe Vernam, Matt Battle, Robby West, Logan Woeppel, Jaren Coppola, Frankie Lawson, Gordon Driscoll, Stephen Hirsch, Michael Mansfield, Tom Crumley, Ian Arena, Anthony Fields, Will Haas, Mike Brinkmann, Brian French, Brye Reynolds, Taylor Wickham, RJ Navy Opponents

No. Name 3 Wickham, RJ 24 Haas, Mike Navy Opponents

GP 15 15 15 15 14 15 14 15 15 15 2 14 10 12 15 10 15 15 4 14 9 15 12 15 9 8 12 2 15 14 15 11 5 1 2 8 7 15 15 15

GS 15 15 15 11 13 15 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 5 0 15 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 15

GP GS 15 15 1 0 15 15

G 28 22 20 17 9 7 6 4 3 3 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

137 130

A 10 15 12 7 8 7 2 3 3 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 76 73

Away: 2-4 Away: 2-1

Pts 38 37 32 24 17 14 8 7 6 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SOG 58 34 32 41 23 29 13 9 11 15 4 7 10 7 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

213 203

Sh 106 54 39 68 31 43 18 19 19 21 9 10 20 8 8 2 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 492 529

Shot% .264 .407 .513 .250 .290 .163 .333 .211 .158 .143 .222 .300 .100 .250 .125 .500 .333 .500 .500 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .278 .246

|--------GOAL AVERAGE--------| Minutes GA GAA 905:18 129 8.55 6:12 1 9.68 911:30 911:30

130 137

8.56 9.02

309 319

SOG% .547 .630 .821 .603 .742 .674 .722 .474 .579 .714 .444 .700 .500 .875 .500 1.000 .667 1.000 .500 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .628 .603

|---SAVES---| Saves Pct. 188 .593 1 .500 189 172

.592 .557

Neutral: 1-1 Neutral: 0-1 UP 9 8 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 20

DN 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 0 0 0

GB 7 27 20 8 12 15 7 16 4 0 4 0 5 11 16 3 2 21 0 1 4 13 41 27 16 5 13 0 26 11 16 1 2 0 0 3 1 60

0 418 1 492

|--RECORD--| W L 7 8 0 0 7 7

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TO 14 26 16 19 25 12 16 3 4 4 1 3 7 8 6 4 2 5 2 5 3 5 4 3 3 0 3 0 9 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 14

241 232

CT 0 2 5 2 2 2 4 4 0 0 1 0 1 4 10 1 3 2 1 0 3 6 0 1 8 0 5 0 17 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

101 93

Shots Faced 525 4 529 494

FO 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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 59-134 64-130 0-0 14-36 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-18 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

143-318 175-318

FO% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .440 .492 .000 .389 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .450 .550

Pen 1 7 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 5 3 0 0 1 6 1 1 1 0 3 4 2 1 2 4 0 2 0 3 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 60 62

Time 1.0 7.5 1.0 1.0 2.0 0.0 1.0 0.5 0.0 3.5 4.5 0.0 0.0 0.5 3.5 0.5 0.5 1.0 0.0 1.5 3.5 2.0 0.5 1.0 3.5 0.0 1.0 0.0 3.0 1.5 4.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.0 50.0 48.5

# 201 1 UN IT ED S TA T ES N A V A L A CA D E MY M EN’ S LA C ROSSE #

No. 13 1 23 22 40 6 33 27 32 12 14 16 15 51 26 47 41 52 11 10 21 56 20 18 45 53 50 46 44 42 34 29 28 24 9 8 7 3

Home: 4-3 Home: 2-0


2010 Patriot League Statistics

# 201 1 UN IT ED S TA T ES N A V A L A CA D E MY M EN’ S LA C ROSSE #

Overall Record: 7-8 Patriot League Record: 4-2 No. 13 1 23 22 40 6 27 12 33 32 41 26 51 20 15 16 45 18 56 47 53 52 50 46 44 42 34 29 28 24 21 11 10 9 8 7 3

Name Moran, Patrick Warner, Andy Connors, Brendan Lennon, Joe O'Leary, Ryan Davis, Nikk Striffler, Brian Doyle, Kevin Kapron, Kyle Sullivan, Evan Seivold, Jordan Gallagher, Marty Schroeder, Zack Battle, Robby Daratsos, Basil Cook, Taylor Woeppel, Jaren West, Logan Vernam, Matt Mann, Jay Coppola, Frankie Brosnan, Jake Lawson, Gordon Driscoll, Stephen Hirsch, Michael Mansfield, Tom Crumley, Ian Arena, Anthony Fields, Will Haas, Mike McAuliffe, Joe Norris, Cade Smith, Bucky Brinkmann, Brian French, Brye Reynolds, Taylor Wickham, RJ Navy Opponents

No. Name 3 Wickham, RJ 24 Haas, Mike Navy Opponents

Away: 2-4 Away: 2-1

Pts 14 14 11 10 8 8 4 3 3 1 1 1 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

SOG 23 15 16 17 8 12 3 8 5 7 2 1 1 0 6 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GP GS 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 4 6 6 6 6 6 0 6 2 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 3 0 5 0 6 0 5 0 4 0 6 0 6 6 2 0 4 0 6 0 5 1 1 0 6 6 6 0 6 5 6 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 5 0 1 0 4 0 2 0 6 6

G 10 9 7 7 5 4 3 2 2 1 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

GP GS 6 6 1 0

|--------GOAL AVERAGE--------| Minutes GA GAA 356:45 43 7.23 6:12 1 9.68

6 6

6 6

52 44

A 4 5 4 3 3 4 1 1 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

Home: 4-3 Home: 2-0

28 23

362:57 362:57

80 67

44 52

Sh 49 20 18 27 12 21 8 12 7 11 2 2 2 0 13 5 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

215 209

Shot% .204 .450 .389 .259 .417 .190 .375 .167 .286 .091 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .242 .211

7.27 8.60

130 121

SOG% .469 .750 .889 .630 .667 .571 .375 .667 .714 .636 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .462 .800 .500 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .605 .579

|---SAVES---| Saves Pct. 76 .639 1 .500 77 78

.636 .600

Neutral: 1-1 Neutral: 0-1 UP 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 7

DN 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 0 0

GB 3 13 9 5 5 10 4 0 3 3 0 1 1 14 3 0 11 10 3 2 2 8 2 0 12 7 7 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 24

0 166 1 184

|--RECORD--| W L 4 2 0 0 4 2

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TO 8 9 5 7 10 8 1 2 7 3 1 2 3 0 2 1 2 1 2 1 0 2 1 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 7 97 94

CT 0 2 2 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 12 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 42 33

Shots Faced 205 4 209 215

FO 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 21-55 0-0 0-0 0-0 22-42 0-0 0-0 8-14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

53-117 64-117

FO% .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .382 .000 .000 .000 .524 .000 .000 .571 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .453 .547

Pen 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 19 31

Time 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.5 2.5 1.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.0 1.5 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.0 15.0 23.5


Miscellaneous Game-By-Game Statistics Miscellaneous Individual Game-By Game Statistics (Goals-Assists-Points) Colgate 2-0-2 --0-0-0 ------0-0-0 --0-0-0 3-1-4 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 --0-1-1 --0-1-1 2-0-2 --1-0-1 0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----------1-1-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 ------0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 -----------

Gtown Maryland 2-4-6 0-1-1 ----0-0-0 1-0-1 ----0-0-0 ------0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 0-0-0 3-1-4 2-1-3 --------1-0-1 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 ----1-2-3 3-0-3 3-1-4 0-0-0 ----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 1-0-1 3-1-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 --------------------0-1-1 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 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 ---------------------

Army 0-1-1 --2-0-2 --0-0-0 0-0-0 ----1-0-1 0-0-0 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 --0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 ----------1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 ----0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 -----------

Hopkins 1-2-3 --0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --1-0-1 --0-0-0 2-0-2 ----0-0-0 --0-0-0 --0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----------0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 1-0-1 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 -----------

Laf 4-0-4 --0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 --0-0-0 2-2-4 ----0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 1-0-1 1-3-4 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --------0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----------2-1-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 -----------

Army 1-1-2 --0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 --0-0-0 2-0-2 ----0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 1-0-1 2-1-3 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --------1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----------0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-1-1 ----0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 -----------

Individual Game-By Game Goaltending (Goals Allowed-Saves) HC --3-16 -------

Colgate --9-10 -------

Gtown Maryland ----13-15 11-17 -------------

Army --7-7 -------

Hopkins --9-8 -------

Laf --9-6 -------

Army --11-8 -------

Individual Game-By Game Faceoffs (Won-Attempted)

HC 1-4 1-4 1-4 4-7

Colgate 2-4 8-17 --2-3

Gtown Maryland 1-6 1-4 4-11 0-8 2-4 2-4 2-8 3-7

Army 9-14 --1-2 ---

Hopkins 6-9 7-12 -----

Laf 11-24 -------

Army 12-24 -------

No. 2 3 4 24 43 No. 18 20 28 53

Name Warner Dabbs Davis Reynolds French Brinkmann Smith Norris Doyle Moran Paul Daratsos Cook Lewis West Miller Battle McAuliffe Lennon Connors McCormick Gallagher Striffler Fields Arena Johnson B. Sullivan E. Sullivan Kapron Crumley Pastrana Talarico Darling M. Coppola Petkas O’Leary Seivold Mansfield Hirsch Woeppel Driscoll Mann McGoogan Cybulski Lawson Schroeder Brosnan F. Coppola Rogers Vernam Farley Christopher MacNeil Zikos P. Sullivan

Name Samaniego Wickham Odenwald Haas Hickey Name West Battle Fields F. Coppola

VMI 3-0-3 --2-1-3 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 3-0-3 1-2-3 1-1-2 1-0-1 --0-0-0 --0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-2-2 --0-0-0 1-2-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ------------0-0-0 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 ------0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----------VMI --5-12 ------VMI 1-5 4-8 0-4 1-6

--- Did Not Play BOLD designates starter

Loyola 2-1-3 --0-0-0 ------0-0-0 --0-0-0 3-0-3 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 --0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --------0-2-2 --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 -----------

Loyola --8-19 ------Loyola 3-4 9-5 -----

UNC 0-0-0 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 --1-0-1 1-0-1 --0-0-0 --0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----------0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 -----------

UNC --11-14 ------UNC 4-5 7-11 -----

Lehigh Bucknell 2-3-5 1-1-2 ----1-0-1 0-3-3 ------0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 3-1-4 ----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 2-0-2 1-1-2 1-1-2 2-0-2 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 --------0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --------------------1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----------------0-0-0 0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 ---------------------

Lehigh Bucknell ----3-9 7-18 ------------Lehigh Bucknell 2-4 5-7 5-10 1-9 ------1-2

Laf 2-0-2 --0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 --0-0-0 1-1-2 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 --0-0-0 --2-0-2 1-1-2 --0-0-0 2-0-2 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----------0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----------0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 -----------

Laf --14-16 --1-1 --Laf 3-9 6-15 --1-2

Towson 0-1-1 --0-1-1 ------0-0-0 --0-0-0 1-0-1 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 --0-0-0 --1-0-1 4-1-5 --0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----------2-1-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----------0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 --0-1-1 -----------

Towson --10-12 ------Towson 3-7 7-14 --0-1

HC 2-0-2 --1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 3-0-3 --0-0-0 ----0-0-0 --0-0-0 --1-1-2 1-2-3 --0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 ----1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 ----------1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 ------0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 --0-0-0 -----------

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No. 1 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 56 57 58 59 60 61


Miscellaneous Statistics Navy Trends

Category Overall Home Road Neutral Patriot League Foes Non-Conference On Grass On Turf

# 201 1 UN IT ED S TA T ES N A V A L A CA D E MY M EN’ S LA C ROSSE #

Leading after 1st qtr. Trailing after 1st qtr. Tied after 1st qtr.

2010 Streak 7-8 L-1 4-3 W-1 2-4 L-2 1-1 W-1 4-2 L-1 3-6 L-1 0-1 L-3 7-7 L-1 3-2 3-3 1-3

L-2 W-2 L-2

Leading at halftime Trailing at halftime Tied at halftime

5-0 2-8 0-0

W-19 L-1 W-1

Player scores a hat trick

5-4

W-1

Leading after third qtr. Trailing after third qtr. Tied after third qtr. Navy has more shots Opp. has more shots Shots are equal

Navy has more saves Opp. has more saves Saves are equal

Navy wins more faceoffs Opp. wins more faceoffs Faceoff wins are equal Navy has more GB Opp. has more GB Ground Balls are equal

Navy has higher clear pct. Opp. has higher clear pct. Clear pct. is equal Navy scores EMO goal Navy doesn’t score EMO Game Game Game Game Navy Navy Navy Navy Opp. Opp. Opp. Opp.

dec. by one goal decided by 2-3 decided by 4-5 decided by 6+

scores scores scores scores

scores scores scores scores

0-7 goals 8-10 goals 11-13 goals 14+ goals

0-7 goals 8-10 goals 11-13 goals 14+ goals

vs. Top 5 ranked opp. vs. Top 10 ranked opp. vs. Top 25 ranked opp. vs. unranked opp.

4-0 2-7 1-0 5-1 1-6 1-1 3-4 4-3 0-1

1-3 4-4 2-1 3-1 3-7 1-0 5-1 2-5 1-1 6-8 1-0

3-4 1-2 1-0 2-2

W-21 L-1 W-2 W-2 L-4 L-1 L-2 L-1 L-1

W-1 W-1 L-1 W-2 L-3 W-2 L-1 L-4 W-1

L-1 W-1

W-1 L-1 W-5 W-1

0-3 4-4 2-1 1-0

L-5 L-1 W-1 W-24

0-2 0-0 2-3 5-3

L-4 L-1 W-1 L-1

4-1 3-2 0-3 0-1

Overall Team Statistics by Quarter

Goals Navy Opponents Shots Navy Opponents

1 26 30

3 41 39

4 38 25

1 2 3 4 116 124 133 112 123 146 141 115

Shots on Goal 1 Navy 68 Opponents 75 Saves Navy Opponents

2 29 34

1 45 42

2 77 86 2 52 48

3 82 85 3 46 41

4 77 70 4 45 39

OT 3 2

— —

OT 7 4

— —

OT 5 3

— —

OT 1 2

— —

Total 137 130 Total 492 529 Total 309 319 Total 189 172

Clears: Navy 262--302 (86.8) Opp. 252-300 (84.0) Extra-Man: Navy 22-58 (37.9) Opp. 20-59 (33.9)

Game-By-Game Comparison

Date 2-13 2-20

2-25 3-2

3-6

3-12

3-16 3-20

3-27

4-2

4-10 4-17 4-24 4-30 5-1

Opponent Navy VMI Navy Loyola Navy North Carolina Navy at Lehigh Navy Bucknell Navy at Lafayette Navy at Towson Navy Holy Cross Navy at Colgate Navy Georgetown Navy at Maryland Navy vs. Army Navy Johns Hopkins Navy Lafayette Navy Army

G 16 5 7 8 4 11 8 3 8 7 8 15 9 10 12 3 10 9 12 13 9 11 6 7 9 8 11 9 8 11

A 9 3 4 5 2 11 5 1 6 4 4 6 5 4 8 1 4 6 10 7 4 9 1 5 4 2 6 3 4 6

Pts 25 8 11 13 6 22 13 4 14 11 12 21 14 14 20 4 14 15 22 20 13 20 7 12 13 10 17 12 12 17

Sh SOG 44 26 22 17 21 10 44 27 26 17 43 25 32 22 32 12 27 20 34 25 39 25 54 32 32 23 38 22 43 27 32 19 36 22 30 19 28 29 40 28 25 19 43 28 38 14 27 14 40 23 32 17 31 22 28 15 30 20 30 19

Patriot League Team Statistics by Quarter

Goals Navy Opponents Shots Navy Opponents

1 8 9

1 41 54

Shots on Goal 1 Navy 25 Opponents 31 Saves Navy Opponents

1 22 17

2 11 10

2 66 53 2 36 29 2 19 25

3 15 12

3 54 49 3 32 28 3 16 17

4 16 13

4 51 53 4 35 33 4 20 19

OT 2 0 OT 3 0 OT 2 0 OT 0 0

Clears: Navy 104-121 (86.0) Opp. Extra-Man: Navy 9-28 (32.1) Opp.

EMG 1-5 3-9 2-3 1-3 1-4 3-5 0-7 0-5 1-4 2-3 3-7 3-5 1-2 1-5 2-3 1-3 2-2 0-0 3-4 0-3 1-4 0-2 1-5 1-2 1-2 0-1 2-2 1-6 1-4 4-7

L-1 W-3 L-11 L-47

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GB 28 36 31 33 36 38 23 23 22 30 26 41 29 30 29 34 38 29 20 44 26 47 28 27 35 21 28 23 19 36

TO 14 24 24 14 24 13 14 13 19 14 18 16 9 7 17 19 14 15 16 18 14 14 15 17 14 16 16 20 13 12

FO 6-23 17-23 12-19 7-19 11-16 5-16 7-14 7-14 7-18 11-18 10-26 16-26 10-22 12-22 7-19 12-19 12-24 12-24 9-29 20-29 6-23 17-23 10-16 6-16 13-21 8-21 11-24 13-24 12-24 12-24

SV 12 10 19 3 14 13 9 14 18 12 17 17 12 14 16 15 10 12 15 7 17 10 7 8 9 14 6 11 8 12

— — — — — — — —

Total 52 44 Total 215 209 Total 130 121 Total 77 78

94-113 (83.2) 7-18 (38.9)

Clears Penalty 21-23 7-9:30 16-23 5-4:00 19-22 3-3:00 20-23 3-2:30 17-18 6-4:00 23-25 4-3:30 17-20 5-4:30 10-12 8-4:30 18-24 3-2:00 18-23 5-4:00 11-13 5-4:30 11-13 7-5:30 12-14 5-5:00 14-15 3-2:30 25-26 3-2:00 20-25 3-2:30 19-20 0-0:00 19-20 2-2:00 17-24 3-2:00 13-16 4-3:30 21-22 3-2:00 17-17 4-3:00 14-18 3-2:00 16-20 6-5:00 18-23 1-1:00 17-23 2-2:00 16-18 6-3:30 19-24 2-1:30 17-17 7-5:00 19-21 4-2:30


Miscellaneous Statistics Individual Scoring Breakdown Name (G-A-Pts.) 1st Qtr. Andy Warner 2-3-5 Nikk Davis 3-1-4 Bucky Smith 0-0-0 Cade Norris 0-0-0 Kevin Doyle 1-0-1 Patrick Moran 5-1-6 Tim Paul 0-0-0 Basil Daratsos 1-0-1 Taylor Cook 1-0-1 Robby Battle 0-1-1 Joe McAuliffe 0-0-0 Joe Lennon 3-0-3 Brendan Connors 7-2-9 Marty Gallagher 0-0-0 Brian Striffler 0-1-1 Evan Sullivan 0-0-0 Kyle Kapron 1-1-2 Ryan O’Leary 1-3-4 Jordan Seivold 1-0-1 Jay Mann 0-0-0 Zack Schroeder 0-0-0 Jake Brosnan 0-0-0 Matt Vernam 0-0-0 Totals 26-13-39

Consecutive Games With A ... Player Point Goal Joe Lennon 18 6 Andy Warner 12 3 Brendan Connors 3 3 Patrick Moran 3 3 Nikk Davis 1 0 Jay Mann 1 0 Zack Schroeder 1 1 Evan Sullivan 1 1 * Tim Paul 4 2

2nd Qtr. 4-4-8 0-3-3 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 7-2-9 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-1-7 2-3-5 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-0-1 2-2-4 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 28-18-46

Miscellaneous Categories

Ast 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0

3rd Qtr. 8-3-11 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 8-3-11 1-1-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-3-5 7-3-10 1-0-1 3-2-5 1-1-2 2-1-3 1-2-3 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 40-21-61

4th Qtr. 7-5-12 2-2-4 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 6-4-10 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-3-9 4-4-8 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-1-2 2-0-2 5-1-6 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 38-23-61

Last time without a pt. at Johns Hopkins, 4-18-09 North Carolina, 2-25-10 vs. Army, 4-17-10 vs. Army, 4-17-10 vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 vs. Colgate, 4-25-08 - PL Tournament

* Paul sustained a career-ending injury vs. Loyola (2-20-10)

Multi-Point Games Patrick Moran Brendan Connors Andy Warner Joe Lennon Nikk Davis Ryan O’Leary Brian Striffler Tim Paul Basil Daratsos Kevin Doyle Evan Sullivan Kyle Kapron Frankie Coppola Zack Schroeder Multi-Goal Games Patrick Moran Andy Warner Brendan Connors Joe Lennon Nikk Davis Ryan O’Leary Brian Striffler Kyle Kapron Tim Paul Basil Daratsos Kevin Doyle Evan Sullivan Hat Tricks Patrick Moran Brendan Connors Andy Warner Joe Lennon Kyle Kapron Tim Paul Basil Daratsos Evan Sullivan

2010 12 11 11 7 4 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2010 10 8 6 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

2010 6 2 2 1 1 0 0 0

Career 23 20 20 17 6 4 5 24 10 2 2 1 1 1 Career 20 10 13 8 2 2 2 1 22 5 1 1

Career 8 5 3 2 1 4 1 1

OT 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 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 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-1-4

Last at Army, 5-2-10 at Army, 5-2-10 at Army, 5-2-10 at Maryland, 4-10-10 Army, 4-17-10 vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 Holy Cross, 3-20-10 VMI, 2-13-10 VMI, 2-13-10 Holy Cross, 3-20-10 Loyola, 2-20-10 at Maryland, 4-10-10 Lafayette, 3-7-09 VMI, 2-7-09

Last at Army, 5-2-10 vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 at Army, 5-2-10 at Maryland, 4-10-10 Army, 4-17-10 vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 at Lafayette, 3-12-10 at Maryland, 4-10-10 at Georgetown, 3-28-09 Georgetown, 3-29-08 vs. Holy Cross, 3-15-09 VMI, 2-7-09

Last Georgetown, 4-2-10 Georgetown, 4-2-10 vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 at Maryland, 4-10-10 at Maryland, 4-10-10 at North Carolina, 2-20-09 Colgate, 3-21-07 VMI, 2-7-09

Total 22-15-37 7-7-14 1-0-1 1-0-1 3-1-4 28-10-38 2-2-4 2-1-3 3-0-3 0-1-1 1-0-1 17-7-24 20-12-32 1-1-2 4-3-7 3-3-6 6-2-8 9-8-17 1-0-1 1-1-2 2-1-3 1-0-1 0-1-1 135-76-211

Home 11-8-19 3-5-8 1-0-1 1-0-1 2-1-3 17-4-21 2-2-4 2-1-3 3-0-3 0-0-0 1-0-1 6-6-12 9-5-14 0-1-1 2-3-5 2-3-5 1-1-2 2-2-4 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 67-43-110

Multi-Assist Games Andy Warner Brendan Connors Patrick Moran Joe Lennon Tim Paul Nikk Davis Ryan O’Leary Brian Striffler Evan Sullivan Frankie Coppola Zack Schroeder

2010 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0

Away 7-6-13 2-2-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 9-4-13 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 9-1-10 10-4-14 1-0-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 4-1-5 4-5-9 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 52-26-78

Neutral 4-1-5 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-2-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-3-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 3-1-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 16-7-23

EMO 8-2-10 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 9-6-15 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-6-6 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-3-5 2-2-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 23-20-43

Career 6 5 3 6 6 2 1 1 1 1 1

Last Johns Hopkins, 4-24-10 vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 Georgetown, 4-2-10 VMI, 2-13-10 Bucknell, 3-6-10 at Lafayette, 3-12-10 VMI, 2-13-10 Loyola, 2-20-10 Lafayette, 3-7-09 VMI, 2-7-09

Man Down 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 0-0-0 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 0-0-0

Points Patrick Moran Andy Warner Brendan Connors Nikk Davis Brian Striffler Tim Paul Joe Lennon Kyle Kapron Ryan O’Leary Basil Daratsos Evan Sullivan

2010 8 7 5 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0

(Includes Ties) Record Career Record 5-3 13 8-5 4-3 9 5-4 2-3 8 4-4 1-1 2 1-1 1-1 2 1-1 1-0 12 8-4 0-1 5 4-1 0-1 1 0-1 0-1 1 0-1 0-0 2 1-1 0-0 2 1-1

Assists Andy Warner Brendan Connors Ryan O’Leary Patrick Moran Nikk Davis Tim Paul Joe Lennon Evan Sullivan Robby Battle Kyle Kapron Jay Mann Brian Striffler Matt Vernam Basil Daratsos Zack Schroeder Marty Gallagher

2010 7 5 4 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0

Record 2-5 3-2 1-3 1-2 1-2 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

Game Leaders by Category

Goals Patrick Moran Joe Lennon Brendan Connors Andy Warner Basil Daratsos Brian Striffler Nikk Davis Evan Sullivan Taylor Cook Kyle Kapron Tim Paul

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2010 8 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

Record 5-3 1-3 1-3 3-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0

Career 14 11 10 6 4 3 2 2 1 1 15 Career 12 8 5 8 6 11 8 3 1 1 1 1 1 5 2 1

Record 8-6 5-6 6-4 5-1 1-3 2-1 0-2 1-1 0-1 0-1 9-6 Record 4-8 5-3 2-3 4-4 3-3 9-2 7-1 1-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 4-1 2-0 0-1

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No. 1 6 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 20 21 22 23 26 27 32 33 40 41 47 51 52 56


Team/Player Highs and Lows Navy Highs

Points Goals Goals in Qtr. Assists Shots Shots on Goal Shots in Qtr. Saves Ground Balls Ground Balls in Qtr.

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Faceoff Wins Faceoff Attempts Faceoff Pct. Clear Pct. Extra-Man Goals Extra-Man Pct. Penalties

Penalty Minutes

25 VMI, 2-13 16 VMI, 2-13 7 (1st) VMI, 2-13 10 Georgetown, 4-2 44 VMI, 2-13 27 Holy Cross, 3-20-10 18 (1st) VMI, 2-13 19 Loyola, 2-20 38 at Colgate, 3-27 12 (2nd) North Carolina, 2-25 12 (2nd) Johns Hopkins, 4-24 13 Johns Hopkins, 4-24 29 Georgetown, 4-2 68.8 (11-16) North Carolina, 2-25 100.0 (17-17) at Army, 5-2 3 at Lafayette, 3-12 3 Georgetown, 4-2 100.0 (2-2) at Colgate, 3-27 100.0 (2-2) vs. Lafayette, 4-30 7 VMI, 2-13 7 at Army, 5-2 9:30 VMI, 2-13

Top 10 Navy Individual Performances Points

1. 2. 4.

Opponent Highs

Points Goals Goals in Qtr.

22 North Carolina, 2-25 15 at Lafayette, 3-12 5 (3rd) North Carolina, 2-25 5 (4th) Bucknell, 3-6 5 (3rd, 4th) at Lafayette, 3-12 5 (3rd) at Maryland, 4-10 5 (1st) Johns Hopkins, 4-24 Assists 11 North Carolina, 2-25 Shots 54 at Lafayette, 3-12 Shots on Goal 32 at Lafayette, 3-12 Shots in Qtr. 21 (2nd) Loyola, 2-20 Saves 17 at Lafayette, 3-12 Ground Balls 47 at Maryland, 4-10 Ground Balls in Qtr. 15 (3rd) at Maryland, 4-10 Faceoff Wins 20 Georgetown, 4-2 Faceoff Attempts 29 Georgetown, 4-2 Faceoff Pct. 73.9 (17-23) VMI, 2-13 73.9 (17-24) at Maryland, 4-10 Clear Pct. 100.0 (17-17) at Maryland, 4-10 Extra-Man Goals 4 at Army, 5-2 Extra-Man Pct. 66.7 (2-3) Bucknell, 3-6 Penalties 8 at Lehigh, 3-2 Penalty Minutes 5:30 at Lafayette, 3-12

(2-4) (4-1) (2-3) (1-3) (2-2) (4-0) (3-1) (3-1) (3-1) (3-1) (3-1)

Andy Warner Brendan Connors Andy Warner Brendan Connors Patrick Moran Andy Warner Kyle Kapron Brendan Connors Patrick Moran Patrick Moran Patrick Moran

Goals

1. 3.

Navy Lows

Points 6 North Carolina, 2-25 Goals 4 North Carolina, 2-25 Goals in Qtr. 0 (1st) North Carolina, 2-25 Assists 1 vs. Army, 4-17 Shots 21 Loyola, 2-20 Shots on Goal 10 Loyola, 2-20 Shots in Qtr. 2 (4th) Bucknell, 3-6 Saves 6 vs. Lafayette, 4-30 Ground Balls 19 at Army, 5-2 Ground Balls in Qtr. 3 (1st) Bucknell, 3-6 Faceoff Wins 6 VMI, 2-13 6 at Maryland, 4-10 Faceoff Attempts 14 at Lehigh, 3-2 Faceoff Pct. 26.1 (6-23) VMI, 2-13 26.1 (6-23) at Maryland, 4-10 Clear Pct. 75.0 (18-24) Bucknell, 3-6 Extra-Man Goals 0 (0-7) at Lehigh, 3-2 Extra-Man Pct. 00.0 (0-7) at Lehigh, 3-2 Penalties 0 at Colgate, 3-27 Penalty Minutes 0:00 at Colgate, 3-27

6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Andy Warner Brendan Connors Kyle Kapron Joe Lennon Brendan Connors Patrick Moran Patrick Moran Patrick Moran Patrick Moran Patrick Moran Patrick Moran Andy Warner

Assists

1. 2. 5.

4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Andy Warner Brendan Connors Nikk Davis Andy Warner Patrick Moran Andy Warner Joe Lennon Brendan Connors Ryan O’Leary Patrick Moran Evan Sullivan Brendan Connors Tim Paul Brian Striffler

Georgetown, 4-2 at Towson, 3-16 at Lehigh, 3-2 vs. Lafayette, 4-30 vs. Lafayette, 4-30 vs. Lafayette, 4-30 at Maryland, 4-10 Georgetown, 4-2 Georgetown, 4-2 at Colgate, 3-27 Bucknell, 3-6

vs. Lafayette, 4-30 at Towson, 3-16 at Maryland, 4-10 at Maryland, 4-10 Georgetown, 4-2 Georgetown, 4-2 at Colgate, 3-27 Holy Cross, 3-20-10 Bucknell, 3-6 Loyola, 2-20 VMI, 2-13 VMI, 2-13 Georgetown, 4-2 vs. Lafayette, 4-30 Bucknell, 3-6 at Lehigh, 3-2 vs. Lafayette, 4-30 Johns Hopkins, 4-24 Georgetown, 4-2 Holy Cross, 3-20-10 at Lafayette, 3-12 North Carolina, 2-25 Loyola, 2-20 VMI, 2-13 VMI, 2-13 VMI, 2-13

Shots

Patrick Moran Patrick Moran Patrick Moran Patrick Moran Patrick Moran Andy Warner Joe Lennon Patrick Moran Joe Lennon Patrick Moran

vs. Army, 4-17 Johns Hopkins, 4-24 Georgetown, 4-2 Holy Cross, 3-20-10 at Lafayette, 3-12 VMI, 2-13 Johns Hopkins, 4-24 at Colgate, 3-27 Holy Cross, 3-20-10 Bucknell, 3-6

Ground Balls

vs. Lafayette, 4-30 Johns Hopkins, 4-24 at Lehigh, 3-2 Johns Hopkins, 4-24 at Colgate, 3-27 North Carolina, 2-25 Johns Hopkins, 4-24 vs. Army, 4-17 at Towson, 3-16 at Towson, 3-16 at Lafayette, 3-12 North Carolina, 2-25

1. 11 2. 10 10 4. 9 9 9 7. 8 8 8 8 1. 4. 7.

7 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

Logan West Robby Battle RJ Wickham Gordon Lawson Robby Battle RJ Wickham RJ Wickham Andy Warner Robby Battle RJ Wickham Robby Battle Robby Battle

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Faceoff Wins

Logan West Logan West Logan West Robby Battle Robby Battle Robby Battle Robby Battle Robby Battle Logan West Robby Battle

at Army, 5-2 vs. Lafayette, 4-30 vs. Army, 4-17 Loyola, 2-20 at Colgate, 3-27 Johns Hopkins, 4-24 at Towson, 3-16 North Carolina, 2-25 Johns Hopkins, 4-24 at Lafayette, 3-12

Faceoff Attempts

at Army, 5-2 vs. Lafayette, 4-30 at Colgate, 3-27 at Lafayette, 3-12 Loyola, 2-20 vs. Army, 4-17 at Towson, 3-16 Johns Hopkins, 4-24 Georgetown, 4-2 North Carolina, 2-25

1. 12 2. 11 3. 9 9 5. 8 6. 7 7 7 9. 6 6

1. 24 24 3. 17 4. 15 15 6. 14 14 8. 12 9. 11 11

Logan West Logan West Robby Battle Robby Battle Robby Battle Logan West Robby Battle Robby Battle Robby Battle Robby Battle

Faceoff Pct.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

64.3 (9-14) 63.6 (7-11) 60.0 (9-15) 58.3 (7-12) 50.0 (12-24) 50.0 (7-14) 50.0 (5-10) 8. 47.1 (8-17) 9. 45.8 (11-24) 10. 40.0 (6-15)

Saves

1. 2. 3. 4.

19 18 17 16 16 6. 15 7. 14 8. 12 12 10. 10

RJ RJ RJ RJ RJ RJ RJ RJ RJ RJ

(min. 10 att) L. West vs. Army, 4-17 R. Battle North Carolina, 2-25 R. Battle Loyola, 2-20 R. Battle Johns Hopkins, 4-24 L. West at Army, 5-2 R. Battle at Towson, 3-16 R. Battle at Lehigh, 3-2 R. Battle at Colgate, 3-27 L. West vs. Lafayette, 4-30 R. Battle at Lafayette, 3-12

Wickham Wickham Wickham Wickham Wickham Wickham Wickham Wickham Wickham Wickham

Loyola, 2-20 Bucknell, 3-6 at Mayryland, 4-10 Holy Cross, 3-20-10 at Lafayette, 3-12 Georgetown, 4-2 North Carolina, 2-25 at Towson, 3-16 VMI, 2-13 at Colgate, 3-27


The Last Time Navy ... The Last Time Navy ... Scored 15 or more goals Scored 20 or more goals

Allowed 15 or more goals Allowed 20 or more goals

Recorded 30 or more points Recorded 35 or more points

16 vs. VMI, 2-13-10 previously ... 16 vs. Holy Cross, 3-15-08 23 vs. Holy Cross, 4-18-04

15 by Lafayette, 3-12-10 previously ... 15 by Johns Hopkins, 4-18-09 21 by Maryland, 4-4-98

Allowed 30 or more points Allowed 35 or more points

Lost 15 or more faceoffs

30 (17-13) by Johns Hopkins, 4-19-03 35 (21-14) by Maryland, 4-4-98

15 (15-23) vs. Colgate, 3-21-09 20 (20-30) vs. North Carolina, 3-2-07 25 (25-31) vs. Colgate, 3-20-04

17 (17-23, 73.9) by Maryland, 4-10-10 previously ... 20 (20-29, 69.0) by Georgetown, 4-2-10 Lost 20 or more faceoffs 20 (20-29, 69.0) by Georgetown, 4-2-10 previously ... 20 (20-24) by Massachusetts, 3-10-01 Recorded 50 or more ground balls Recorded 60 or more ground balls Made 15 or more saves Made 20 or more saves Made 25 or more saves

Scored four or more extra-man goals Scored a man-down goal

51 vs. Holy Cross, 3-17-07 60 vs. Syracuse, 5-31-04

17 at Maryland, 4-10-10 previously ... 15 vs. Georgetown, 4-2-10 21 at Penn State, 4-12-03 25 at Johns Hopkins, 4-24-99

4 (4-4) vs. VMI, 2-7-09 Joe Lennon at Army, 4-12-08

Allowed four or more extra-man goals 4 (4-7) by Army, 5-2-10 previously ... 5 (5-7) by Colgate, 3-21-07 Allowed a man-down goal Kevin Dunbar of Lafayette, 3-12-10 previously ... Andrew Baird of Georgetown, 5-14-06

Scored an own-goal

vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 previously ... vs. Johns Hopkins, 4-24-10

Scored two own-goals in a season vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10, vs. Johns Hopkins, 4-24-10

Came from behind to win previously Came from previously Came from previously Came from previously Came from

vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 Trailed 6-5 in 3rd Quarter, Won 11-9 ... Johns Hopkins, 4-24-10; Trailed 8-7 in 3rd Quarter, Won 9-8 (OT) two goals down to win vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 Trailed 4-2 in 2nd Quarter, Won 11-9 ... Johns Hopkins, 4-24-10; Trailed 8-7 in 3rd Quarter, Won 9-8 (OT) three goals down to win vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 Trailed 5-2 in 2nd Quarter, Won 11-9 ... Johns Hopkins, 4-24-10; Trailed 8-7 in 3rd Quarter, Won 9-8 (OT) four goals down to win vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 Trailed 6-2 in 2nd Quarter, Won 11-9 ... Johns Hopkins, 4-24-10; Trailed 8-7 in 3rd Quarter, Won 9-8 (OT) five goals down to win Johns Hopkins, 4-24-10 Trailed 5-0 in 3rd Quarter, Won 9-8 (OT)

Blew a lead and lost Blew a Blew a

Blew a

Blew a

at Army, 5-2-10 Led 3-2 in 2nd Quarter - Lost 11-8 previously ... vs. Army, 4-17-10; Led 2-1 in 1st Quarter - Lost 7-6 two-goal lead and lost at Army, 5-2-10 Led 2-0 in 1st Quarter - Lost 11-8 previously ... at Maryland, 4-10-10; Led 3-1 in 1st Quarter - Lost 11-9 three-goal lead and lost vs. Colgate, 4-25-08 Led 3-0 in 1st Quarter - Lost 8-12 four-goal lead and lost at North Carolina, 3-4-00 Led 7-2 in 2nd Quarter - Lost 10-11 (OT) five-goal lead and lost at North Carolina, 3-4-00 Led 7-2 in 2nd Quarter - Lost 10-11 (OT)

Defeated a No. 1 team Defeated a top 5 team Defeated a top 10 team

Held an opponent scoreless for 20+ minutes 39:28 vs. Holy Cross, 3-20-10 previously ... 22:07 at Towson, 3-16-10 Held an opponent scoreless for 30+ minutes 39:28 vs. Holy Cross, 3-20-10 previously ... 31:16 vs. Maryland, 4-3-09 Held an opponent scoreless for 40+ minutes53:04 at Mount St. Mary’s, 3-3-09 Held an opponent scoreless for 50+ minutes53:04 at Mount St. Mary’s, 3-3-09 Was not called for a penalty

at Colgate, 3-27-10 previously ... at Georgetown, 5-15-06 Faced an opponent who was not penalized Duke, 5-9-09

The Last Time a Navy Player ... Scored Scored Scored Scored Scored

5 6 7 8 9

or or or or or

more more more more more

goals goals goals goals goals

6, Taylor Harris vs. Holy Cross, 3-26-06 6, Taylor Harris vs. Holy Cross, 3-26-06 7, Brian Keith at Washington College, 3-4-89 8, Robert Booze vs. Drexel, 3-27-43 Never

Recorded 4 or more assists 4, Andy Warner vs. Georgetown, 4-2-10 previously ... 4, Andy Warner vs. Johns Hopkins, 4-18-09 Recorded 5 or more assists 6, Jon Brisner vs. Holy Cross, 3-26-06 Recorded 6 or more assists 6, Jon Brisner vs. Holy Cross, 3-26-06 Recorded 7 or more assists 8, Jon Birsner vs. Colgate, 3-19-05 Recorded 8 or more assists 8, Jon Birsner vs. Colgate, 3-19-05 Recorded 9 or more assists 9, Bruce Seitz at Princeton, 4-2-83 Recorded 10 or more assists Never

Recorded 6 or more points 6 (2-4), Andy Warner vs. Georgetown, 4-2-10 previously ... 6 (2-4), Nick Mirabito vs. Holy Cross, 3-15-08 Recorded 7 or more points 7 (1-6), Jon Birsner vs. Holy Cross, 3-26-06 Recorded 8 or more points 8 (0-8), Jon Birsner vs. Colgate, 3-19-05 Recorded 9 or more points 12 (4-8), Dennis Nealon at Washington College, 3-20-91 Recorded 10 or more points 12 (4-8), Dennis Nealon at Washington College, 3-20-91 Recorded 11 or more points 12 (4-8), Dennis Nealon at Washington College, 3-20-91 Recorded 12 or more points 12 (4-8), Dennis Nealon at Washington College, 3-20-91 Recorded 13 or more points 13 (5-8), Mike Buzzell at Delaware, 4-11-78 Recorded 14 or more points Never Scored 3 or more extra-man goals 3, Adam Borcz at Penn State, 4-14-01 Scored an overtime goal Andy Warner vs. Johns Hopkins, 4-24-10 previously ... Patrick Moran at Colgate, 3-27-10 Scored an overtime goal twice in a season Patrick Moran at Colgate, 3-27-10 andPatrick Moran vs. Bucknell, 3-6-10

Took 10 or more shots

Took 15 or more shots Took 20 or more shots

10, Patrick Moran vs. Johns Hopkins, 4-14-10 previously ... 11, Patrick Moran vs. Army, 4-17-10 18, Billy Looney vs. Johns Hopkins, 4-22-06 Never

Turned in 10 or more ground balls Won 15 or more faceoffs Won 20 or more faceoffs Made 15 or more saves

10, William Wallace vs. Colgate, 3-21-07

15, Frankie Coppola vs. Colgate, 3-21-09 20, Chris Pieczonka vs. Syracuse, 5-31-04

17, RJ Wickham at Maryland, 4-10-10 previously ... 15, RJ Wickham vs. Georgetown, 4-2-10 Made 20 or more saves 21, Seth DiNola at Penn State, 4-12-03 Made 25 or more saves 25, Mickey Jarboe vs. North Carolina, 3-6-99

9-6 vs. No. 1 Maryland, 4-10-04 5-4 at No. 3 Maryland, 4-4-08 10-4 vs. No. 8 Maryland, 4-3-09

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Won 15 or more faceoffs Won 20 or more faceoffs Won 25 or more faceoffs

34 (23-11) vs. Holy Cross, 4-18-04 35 (21-14) vs. Colgate, 3-20-04

Shut out an opponent for a half 1st half vs. Holy Cross, 3-20-10; outscored 4-0 previously ... 2nd half vs. VMI, 2-7-09; outscored 8-0 Shut out an opponent vs. Baltimore, 5-16-70 — won 19-0


Box Scores GM 1 VMI (0-1) #11 Navy (1-0)

Navy def. VMI, 16-5

Feb. 13, 2010 • Annapolis, Md. 0 7

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Scoring: VMI - Bosse 1-0-1, Leonard 1-1-2, Long 01-1, Moran 3-0-3, Weimer 0-1-1. Navy - Connors 02-2, Cook 1-0-1, Daratsos 1-1-2, Davis 2-1-3, Doyle 1-0-1, Lennon 1-1-2, McAuliffe 1-0-1, Moran 3-0-3, Norris 1-0-1, Paul 1-2-3, Striffler 1-2-3, Warner 3-03. Goalies: VMI - McCoy 15:00, 7 GA, 2 Sv; McMinn 45:00, 9 GA, 8 Sv. Navy - Wickham 60:00, 5 GA, 12 Sv. Team Stats VMI Shots 5-7-5-5 = 22 Ground balls 7-10-11-8 = 36 Faceoffs 17-23, 73.9 Clears 16-23, 69.6 Extra-Man Opp. 3-9, 33.3 Saves 2-3-5-0 = 10 Turnovers 5-4-9-6 = 24 Penalties 5, 4:00

GM 4

Navy 18-8-14-4 = 44 11-4-9-4 = 28 6-23, 26.1 21-23, 91.3 1-5, 20.0 4-2-2-4 = 12 3-2-2-7 = 14 7, 9:30

Navy def. Lehigh, 8-3

March 2, 2010 • Bethlehem, Pa.

Navy (2-2, 1-0 PL) Lehigh (1-2, 0-1 PL)

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2 1

2 2

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GM 6

Navy 8-8-6-10 = 32 5-8-5-5 = 23 7-14, 50.0 17-20, 85.0 0-7, 00.0 2-4-2-1 = 9 4-4-4-2 = 14 5, 4:30

Lehigh 6-9-9-8 = 32 6-4-8-5 = 23 7-14, 50.0 10-12, 83.3 0-5, 00.0 3-3-3-5 = 14 3-4-3-3 = 13 8, 4:30

Lafayette def. Navy, 15-8

March 12, 2010 • Easton, Pa.

Navy (3-3, 2-1 PL) Lafayette (5-0, 1-0 PL)

1 3

2 2

2 5

3 5

Scoring: Navy - Connors 1-1-2, Lennon 2-0-2, Moran 1-1-2, O’Leary 0-2-2, Striffler 2-0-2, Warner 2-0-2. Lafayette - Ahern 2-1-3, Bauer 0-1-1, Dunbar 3-0-3, Mersky 1-0-1, Munoz 1-0-1, Perini 40-4, C. Seriling 3-2-5, S. Serling 1-2-3. Goalies: Navy - Wickham 53:48, 14 GA, 16 Sv; Haas 6:12, 1 GA, 1 Sv. Lafayette - DePasquale 60:00, 8 GA, 17 Sv. Team Stats Shots Ground balls Faceoffs Clears Extra-Man Opp. Saves Turnovers Penalties

Navy 7-16-8-8 = 39 5-6-8-7 = 26 10-26, 38.5 11-13, 84.6 3-7, 42.9 8-3-3-3 = 17 7-3-3-5 = 18 5, 4:30

Lafayette 14-12-14-14 = 54 13-5-11-12 = 41 16-26, 61.5 11-13, 84.6 3-5, 60.0 3-7-4-3 = 17 4-3-6-3 = 16 7, 5:30

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3 2

Team Stats Loyola Shots 3-21-12-6-2 = 44 Ground balls 7-10-9-5-2 = 33 Faceoffs 7-19, 36.8 Clears 20-23, 87.0 Extra-Man Opp. 1-3, 33.3 Saves 0-0-0-2-1 = 3 Turnovers 6-1-2-4-1 = 14 Penalties 3, 2:30

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1 2

1 0

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Navy 3-4-6-7-1 = 21 8-7-5-9-2 = 31 12-19, 63.2 19-22, 86.4 2-3, 66.7 1-10-6-2-0 = 19 6-6-5-6-1 = 24 3, 3:00

North Carolina def. Navy, 11-4 Feb. 25, 2010 • Annapolis, Md.

#4 North Carolina (4-0) #16 Navy (1-2)

2 0

4 1

5 1

0 2

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Scoring: North Carolina - Bitter 0-3-3, DeLaney 31-4, DiPietro 0-2-2, Holman 4-0-4, Petracca 2-5-7, Wood 2-0-2. Navy - Cook 1-0-1, Daratsos 1-0-1, Lennon 1-0-1, Moran 0-2-2, E. Sullivan 1-0-1. Goalies: Loyola - Madalon 60:00, 4 GA, 13 Sv. Navy - Wickham 60:00, 11 GA, 14 Sv. Team Stats North Carolina Shots 9-10-13-11 = 43 Ground balls 11-8-12-7 = 38 Faceoffs 5-16, 31.3 Clears 23-25, 92.0 Extra-Man Opp. 3-5, 60.0 Saves 2-4-3-4 = 13 Turnovers 4-3-3-3 = 13 Penalties 4, 3:30

Navy 5-7-8-6 = 26 8-12-11-5 = 36 11-16, 68.8 17-18, 94.4 1-4, 25.0 3-4-4-3 = 14 5-8-7-4 = 24 6, 4:00

Navy def. Bucknell, 8-7 OT

March 6, 2010 • Annapolis, Md.

Bucknell (2-2, 0-1 PL) Navy (3-2, 2-0 PL)

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0 1

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Scoring: Bucknell - Brandau 0-2-2, Danylyshyn 10-1, Klipstein 3-0-3, Mattimore 1-0-1, Palmer 0-2-2, Streep 1-0-1, Winter 1-0-1. Navy - Connors 2-0-2, Davis 0-3-3, Lennon 1-1-2, Moran 3-1-4, O’Leary 10-1, Warner 1-1-2. Goalies: Bucknell - Feeney 61:20, 8 GA, 12 Sv. Navy - Wickham 61:20, 7 GA, 18 Sv. Team Stats Bucknell Shots 9-9-7-9-0 = 34 Ground balls 6-6-11-7-0 = 30 Faceoffs 11-18, 61.1 Clears 18-23, 78.3 Extra-Man Opp. 2-3, 66.7 Saves 5-4-2-1-0 = 12 Turnovers 3-4-5-2-0 = 14 Penalties 5, 4:00

GM 7 -- 8 -- 15

Feb. 20, 2010 • Annapolis, Md.

Scoring: Loyola - Butts 1-0-1, Finnerty 0-1-1, Langan 0-2-2, Lusby 1-0-1, MacDonnell 6-1-7, Murray 0-1-1. Navy - Connors 1-0-1, Lennon 0-1-1, Moran 3-0-3, Paul 1-0-1, E. Sullivan 0-2-2, Warner 2-1-3. Goalies: Loyola - Hagelin 63:51, 7 GA, 3 Sv. Navy - Wickham 63:51, 8 GA, 19 Sv.

GM 5

Scoring: Navy - Connors 1-1-2, Davis 1-0-1, Kapron 1-0-1, Lennon 2-0-2, Moran 0-1-1, O’Leary 1-0-1, Warner 2-3-5. Lehigh - DiMaria 1-0-1, C. Lao-Gosney 1-1-2, R. Lao-Gosney 1-0-1. Goalies: Navy - Wickham 60:00, 3 GA, 9 Sv. Lehigh - Carr 60:00, 8 GA, 14 Sv. Team Stats Shots Ground balls Faceoffs Clears Extra-Man Opp. Saves Turnovers Penalties

#15 Loyola (1-0) #11 Navy (1-1)

Loyola def. Navy, 8-7 OT

Navy 7-10-7-2-1 = 27 7-6-6-5-2 = 22 7-18, 38.9 18-24, 75.0 1-4, 25.0 5-6-5-2-0 = 18 3-7-6-3-0 = 19 3, 2:00

Towson def. Navy, 10-9

March 16, 2010 • Towson, Md.

Navy (3-4, 2-1 PL) Towson (1-3)

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Scoring: Navy - Brosnan 1-0-1, Connors -1-5, Davis 0-1-1, Lennon 1-0-1, Moran 1-0-1, O’Leary 21-3, Vernam 0-1-1, Warner 0-1-1. Towson - Armour 0-1-1, Britton 2-0-2, Harrington 1-0-1, Hughes 0-2-2, Lamon 0-1-1, Patirik 3-0-3, Ruhl 1-0-1, Stratton 3-03. Goalies: Navy - Wickham 60:00, 10 GA, 12 Sv. Towson - Love 60:00, 9 GA, 14 Sv. Team Stats Navy Shots 11-4-11-6 = 32 Ground balls 10-6-5-8 = 29 Faceoffs 10-22, 45.5 Clears 12-14, 85.7 Extra-Man Opp. 1-2, 50.0 Saves 3-4-2-3 = 12 Turnovers 2-4-0-3 = 9 Penalties 5, 5:00

Towson 6-14-8-10 = 38 6-10-5-9 = 30 12-22, 54.5 14-15, 93.3 1-5, 20.0 5-2-4-3 = 14 1-0-3-3 = 7 3, 2:30

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Navy def. Holy Cross, 12-3

March 20, 2010 • Annapolis, Md.

Holy Cross (2-6, 1-1 PL) Navy (4-4, 3-1 PL)

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0 3

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Scoring: Holy Cross - Hannan 2-0-2, Minor 0-1-1, Parzanese 1-0-1. Navy - Connors 1-2-3, Davis 1-12, Doyle 1-1-2, Kapron 0-1-1, Lennon 1-1-2, Moran 3-0-3, O’Leary 1-0-1, Schroeder 0-1-1, Striffler 1-12, E. Sulivan 1-0-1, Warner 2-0-2. Goalies: Holy Cross - Sweeney 60:00, 12 GA, 15 Sv. Navy - Wickham 60:00, 3 GA, 16 Sv. Team Stats Holy Cross Shots 6-7-7-12 = 32 Ground balls 8-11-4-11 = 34 Faceoffs 12-19, 63.2 Clears 20-25, 80.0 Extra-Man Opp. 1-3, 33.3 Saves 4-6-2-3 = 15 Turnovers 8-6-4-1 = 19 Penalties 3, 2:30

Navy 8-15-11-9 = 43 10-6-7-6 = 29 7-19, 36.8 25-26, 96.2 2-3, 66.7 3-2-2-9 = 16 7-1-3-6 = 17 3, 2:00


Box Scores GM 9

Navy def. Colgate, 10-9 OT

March 27, 2010 • Hamilton, N.Y.

Navy (5-4, 4-1 PL) Colgate (1-7, 0-2 PL)

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GM10

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Scoring: Navy - Battle 0-1-1, Connors 2-0-2, Gallagher 1-0-1, Lennon 0-1-1, Moran 3-1-4, O’Leary 1-1-2, Seivold 1-0-1, Warner 2-0-2. Colgate - Baum 4-0-4, Campbell 0-3-3, Craumer 12-3, McCabe 2-1-3, Mould 1-0-1, Tucciarone 1-0-1. Goalies: Navy - Wickham 61:37, 9 GA, 10 Sv. Colgate - Madison 61:37, 10 GA, 12 Sv.

GM12

Colgate 13-7-6-4-0 = 30 6-7-6-10-0 = 29 12-24, 50.0 19-20, 95.0 0-0, 00.0 1-3-3-5-0 = 12 2-3-3-7-0 = 15 2, 2:00

Army def. Navy, 7-6

April 17, 2010 • Baltimore, Md.

Navy (5-7, 4-2 PL) Army (6-5, 4-0 PL)

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Scoring: Navy - Davis 2-0-2, Doyle 1-0-1, Kapron 1-0-1, Lennon 1-0-1, O’Leary 1-0-1, Warner 0-1-1. Army - Boltus 3-1-4, Hayes 0-1-1, McCallion 0-1-1, Oates 1-0-1, O’Sullivan 0-1-1, Seymour 1-0-1, Thul 2-1-3. Goalies: Navy - Wickham 60:00, 7 GA, 7 Sv. Army - Palesky 60:00, 6 GA, 8 Sv. Team Stats Navy Shots 6-10-9-13 = 38 Ground balls 8-9-5-6 = 28 Faceoffs 10-16, 62.5 Clears 14-18, 77.8 Extra-Man Opp. 1-5, 20.0 Saves 2-1-2-2 = 7 Turnovers 5-4-3-3 = 15 Penalties 3, 2:00

#13 Georgetown (5-3) Navy (5-5, 4-1 PL)

Army 6-9-6-6 = 27 7-10-8-2 = 27 6-16, 37.5 16-20, 80.0 1-2, 50.0 1-2-3-2 = 8 4-5-4-4 = 17 6, 5:00

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Scoring: Georgetown - Brancacaccio 1-0-1, Comeau 4-0-4, Dowd 2-1-3, Emala 3-0-3, Guy 0-33, Kocis 0-1-1, McFadden 0-1-1, Murray 1-0-1, Schuville 0-1-1, Seligmann 2-0-2. Navy - Connors 3-1-4, Cook 1-0-1, Gallagher 0-1-1, Kapron 1-0-1, Lennon 1-2-3, Moran 3-1-4, O’Leary 0-1-1, Schroeder 1-0-1, Warner 2-4-6. Goalies: Georgetown - Davis 52:41, 10 GA, 7 Sv; Fisher 8:11, 2 GA, 0 Sv. Navy - Wickham 60:52, 13 GA, 15 Sv. Team Stats Georgetown Shots 10-7-16-6-1 = 40 Ground balls10-10-13-10-1 = 44 Faceoffs 20-29, 69.0 Clears 13-16, 81.3 Extra-Man Opp. 0-3, 00.0 Saves 2-2-1-2-0 = 7 Turnovers 4-5-2-7-0 = 18 Penalties 4, 3:30

GM13 6 7

April 2, 2010 • Annapolis, Md.

Navy 7-6-5-10-0 = 28 5-4-3-8-0 = 20 9-29, 31.0 17-24, 70.8 3-4, 75.0 4-2-5-4-0 = 15 5-3-2-6-0 = 16 3, 2:00

GM11

Maryland def. Navy, 11-9

April 10, 2010 • College Park, Md.

Navy (5-6, 4-1 PL) #4 Maryland (7-2)

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Scoring: Navy - Davis 1-0-1, Kapron 3-1-4, Lennon 3-0-3, Moran 2-1-3, O’Leary 0-1-1, Warner 0-1-1. Maryland - Blye 1-0-1, Burns 1-0-1, Catalino 3-0-3, Cummings 1-1-2, Farrell 0-1-1, Holmes 0-1-1, Reed 4-1-5, Snider 0-1-1, Young 1-4-5. Goalies: Navy - Wickham 60:00, 11 GA, 17 Sv. Maryland - Phipps 60:00, 9 GA, 10 Sv. Team Stats Shots Ground balls Faceoffs Clears Extra-Man Opp. Saves Turnovers Penalties

Navy 6-7-6-6 = 25 6-5-5-10 = 26 6-23, 26.1 21-22, 95.5 1-4, 25.0 4-4-6-3 = 17 4-3-3-4 = 14 3, 2:00

Maryland 7-12-18-6 = 43 12-8-15-12 = 47 17-23, 73.9 17-17, 100.0 0-2, 00.0 2-5-1-2 = 10 2-5-2-5 = 14 4, 3:00

Navy def. Johns Hopkins, 9-8 OT April 24, 2010 • Annapolis, Md.

#17 Johns Hopkins (5-7) Navy (6-7, 4-2 PL)

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Scoring: Johns Hopkins - Boyle 1-2-3, Kimmel 20-2, Palasek 3-0-3, Wharton 2-0-2. Navy - Connors 2-0-2, Lennon 1-0-1, Mann 1-0-1, Moran 2-0-2, O’Leary 0-1-1, Smith 1-0-1, E. Sullivan 0-1-1, Warner 1-2-3, Team 1-0-1. Goalies: Johns Hopkins - Bassett 63:50, 9 GA, 14 Sv. Navy - Wickham 63:50, 8 GA, 9 Sv. Team Stats Johns Hopkins Shots 13-4-10-4-1 = 32 Ground balls 3-6-6-6-0 = 21 Faceoffs 8-21, 38.1 Clears 17-23, 73.9 Extra-Man Opp. 0-1, 00.0 Saves 4-4-4-1-1 = 14 Turnovers 2-6-4-3-1 = 16 Penalties 2, 2:00

Navy 6-15-10-6-3 = 40 7-12-7-7-2 = 35 13-21, 61.9 18-23, 78.3 1-2, 50.0 1-1-3-3-1 = 9 4-2-5-3-0 = 14 1, 1:00

Andy Warner

GM14

Navy def. Lafayette, 11-9

April 30, 2010 • West Point, N.Y.

Lafayette (8-6, 3-3 PL) Navy (7-7, 4-2 PL)

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3 1

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2 4

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Scoring: Lafayette - Dunbar 0-1-1, Mersky 4-0-4, Perini 2-0-2, C. Serling 2-1-3, S. Serling 1-1-2. Navy - Connors 1-3-4, Lennon 1-0-1, Moran 2-2-4, O’Leary 2-1-3, Warner 4-0-4, Team 1-0-1. Goalies: Lafayette - DePasquale 60:00, 11 GA, 11 Sv. Navy - Wickham 60:00, 9 GA, 6 Sv. Team Stats Shots Ground balls Faceoffs Clears Extra-Man Opp. Saves Turnovers Penalties

Lafayette 8-10-4-6 = 28 6-7-6-4 = 23 13-24, 54.2 19-24, 79.2 1-6, 16.7 3-2-4-2 = 11 5-4-5-6 = 20 2, 1:30

Navy 9-4-10-8 = 31 8-5-7-8 = 28 11-24, 45.8 16-18, 88.9 2-2, 100.0 1-3-1-1 = 6 4-4-4-4 = 16 6, 3:30

RJ Wickham

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GM15

Army def. Navy, 11-8

May 2, 2010 • West Point, N.Y.

Navy (7-8, 4-2 PL) Army (10-5, 6-0 PL)

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2 3

1 3

3 3

-- 8 -- 11

Scoring: Navy - Connors 2-1-3, Davis 0-1-1, Lennon 1-0-1, Mann 0-1-1, Moran 2-0-2, Schroeder 1-0-1, E. Sullivan 1-0-1, Warner 1-1-2. Army Boltus 2-3-5, Boniface 1-0-1, Lynch 1-1-2, Maisano 1-1-2, O’Sullivan 1-0-1, Palmieri 1-1-2, Seymour 10-1, Thul 3-0-3. Goalies: Navy - Wickham 60:00, 11 GA, 8 Sv. Army - Palesky 60:00, 8 GA, 12 Sv. Team Stats Shots Ground balls Faceoffs Clears Extra-Man Opp. Saves Turnovers Penalties

Navy 10-3-9-8 = 30 4-5-6-4 = 19 12-24, 50.0 17-17, 100.0 1-4, 25.0 2-3-1-2 = 8 1-6-4-2 = 13 7, 5:00

Army 8-8-6-8 = 30 6-8-9-13 = 36 12-24, 50.0 19-21, 90.5 4-7, 57.1 5-1-2-4 = 12 6-1-2-3 = 12 4, 2:30

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Team Stats Navy Shots 5-7-13-9-2 =36 Ground balls 8-8-9-10-3 = 38 Faceoffs 12-24, 50.0 Clears 19-20, 95.0 Extra-Man Opp. 2-2, 1.000 Saves 2-3-2-3-0 = 10 Turnovers 4-5-2-3-0 = 14 Penalties 0, 0:00

Georgetown def. Navy, 13-12 OT


2010 National and Team Awards

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2010 USILA All-Americans

Honorable Mention Player Patrick Moran

Yr. Sr.

Pos. Previous Honors M NA

Lt. Robert T. Bianchi Award

2010 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American

Honorable Mention Player RJ Wickham

Yr. So.

Pos. Previous Honors GK NA

Third Team Player Joe Lennon

Yr. Sr.

Pos. Previous Honors M NA

2010 Naval Academy Team Honors

Presented to Navy’s Most Valuable Player 2010 Recipient - RJ Wickham Lt. Bianchi, Class of 1983, was a four-year letterman and captain of the 1983 squad. He played on three NCAA Tournament teams and was the 1983 recipient of the Lt. Frank McKeone Award. On March 23, 1987, he lost his life when the helicopter he was piloting crashed in the Philippines. This award is presented to the player who has contributed most to the overall success of the lacrosse team.

Lt. j.g. Donald MacLaughlin Award

Presented to Navy’s Outstanding Midfielder 2010 Recipient - Marty Gallagher

During his athletic career at Navy, Don MacLaughlin earned three letters in both lacrosse and soccer, was the 1962 soccer team captain and a two-time All-American in lacrosse. MacLaughlin was killed in action while flying jets over Vietnam.

Coach Willis P. Bilderback Award

Presented to Navy’s Outstanding Defensive Player 2010 Recipient - Michael Hirsch

During his 14 years at Navy, from 1959-72, Coach Bilderback directed the Mids to a 131-26-2 record (.830). His teams won nine National Championships, eight consecutively from 1960-67. Two of Bilderback’s teams went undefeated and 92 of his players received All-America honors. Bilderback is a member of the Lacrosse Hall of Fame and is the winningest coach (by pct.) in college lacrosse.

Coach William H. “Dinty” Moore Award

Presented to Navy’s Outstanding Offensive Player 2010 Recipient - Patrick Moran

Coach “Dinty” Moore retired in 1958 after serving as Navy’s head lacrosse coach for 23 years. His teams compiled an impressive 157-46-2 record, capturing the National Championship six years. Three of coach Moore’s teams went undefeated, while 146 of his players received All-America accolades. Coach Moore is a member of the Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

Vice Adm. E.C. Waller Award

Presented to those players who display spirit, morale and dedication 2010 Recipient - Michael Campbell

Vice Admiral E.C. Waller was superintendent of the Naval Academy from 1981-83, a graduate of the Class of 1948 and a varsity letter winner. The Admiral Waller award consists of an engraved wrist watch and will be presented during graduation week at the Prizes and Awards Ceremony.

Lt. j.g. Frank McKeone Award

Presented to those players for spirit, sportsmanship and serve as the unsung hero 2010 Recipient - Anthony Arena and Basil Daratsos

Lt. j.g. McKeone was a 1975 graduate of the Naval Academy and a close friend of the lacrosse team. He was killed in a T-34 in the Azores in December 1977. His close friends, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hanna, dedicated this award in his honor.

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Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have, and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country.

Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with 96 percent of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 90 Patriot League teams earned NCAA Academic Performance Program Public Recognition Awards after posting academic progress rate scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports.

 Erin Rawlick, Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Year

The Patriot League’s mission is simple, to provide successful competitive athletic experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes to be leaders in society. During the 2009-10 academic year, Patriot League student-athletes and teams have accomplished the following:

$ 11 Patriot League student-athletes earned CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors, including Navy’s Beth Reed (Women’s Soccer), Alex Buck (Men’s Swimming and Diving) and Mark Van Orden (Track and Field receiving First-Team Academic All-America recognition.

 Emani Women’s Tenn  Dean Black, Men’s Cross Country and Men’s Outdoor Track Rookie of the Year

$ The Patriot League placed second among all Division I conferences with 90 teams receiving NCAA Public Recognition Awards for their performance in the classroom.

$ Navy’s Beth Reed and Mark Van Orden received NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships.

$ Reed was also named the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Women’s Soccer Academic All-American of the Year, and won the Patriot League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award. $ Reed and American’s Anne-Meike de Wiljes earned the Patriot League’s nominations for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.

$ Navy’s Adam Meyer was named the Mid-Major Swimmer of the Year by CollegeSwimming.com, and received Honorable Mention All-America honors at the NCAA Championship Meet.

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TEAM TITLES • Men’s Cross Country • Women’s Swimming & Diving • Men’s Swimming & Diving • Men’s Tennis • Women’s Lacrosse

R J Wickham Mens Lacrosse Goalkeeper of the Year

 Angela Myers, Women’s Basketball Defensive Player of the Year

COACH OF THE YEAR • Carla Criste, Women’s Indoor Track & Field • John Morrison, Women’s Swimming • John Officer, Men’s Tennis • Al Cantello, Men’s Cross Country

PLAYER OF THE YEAR • Andrew Hanko, Men’s Cross Country • Beth Reed, Women’s Soccer Goalkeeper of the Year • Andrew Hanko, Men’s Indoor Track • Jess Palacio, Women’s Outdoor Track • Erin Rawlick, Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Year • RJ Wickham, Men’s Lacrosse Goalkeeper of the Year • Angela Myers, Women’s Basketball Defensive Player of the Year • Tara Chapmon, Women’s Swimming • Adam Meyer, Men’s Swimming • Ben Nicholas, Men’s Diving ROOKIE OF THE YEAR • Dean Black, Men’s Cross Country • Dean Black, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field • Brigid Byrne, Women’s Cross Country • Laura Gorinski, Women’s Swimming • Justin Vagts, Men’s Swimming

 Carla Criste, Patriot League Women’s Indoor Track & Field Coach of the Year

 Justin Vagts, Men’s Swimming Rookie of the Year

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR • Beth Reed, Women’s Soccer • Mark Van Orden, Men’s Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field • Mary Ruttum, Women’s Lacrosse • Nick Birger, Men’s Tennis TOURNAMENT MVP • Owen Bullard, Men’s Tennis • Erin Rawlick, Women’s Lacrosse ALL-LEAGUE • Emani Decquir, Women’s Tennis

ming and Diving ague Champions

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2009-10 PATRIOT LEAGUE HONORS FOR NAVY


2010 Patriot League Review 2010 Patriot League Standings Teams Army Navy Lafayette Bucknell Colgate Lehigh Holy Cross

PL 6-0 4-2 3-3 3-3 2-4 2-4 1-5

Pct. 1.000 66.7 50.0 50.0 33.3 33.3 16.7

Streak W6 L1 L3 W2 L1 W1 L5

2010 Patriot League Tournament

Overall 11-6 7-8 8-6 8-6 3-10 8-7 5-10

Pct. Streak 64.7 L1 46.7 L1 57.1 L4 57.1 L1 23.1 L2 53.3 W1 33.3 L1

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Semifinals No. 1 Army def. No. 4 Bucknell, 9-7 April 30 April 30 No. 2 Navy def. No. 3 Lafayette, 11-9

Final No. 1 Army def. No. 2 Navy, 11-8 May 2 *** Army received Patriot League’s NCAA automatic bid ***

2010 Patriot League All-Tournament Team

Patriot League Tournament MVP: Tom Palesky, Army Army — Jeremy Boltus, Bill Henderson, Tom Palesky, Tyler Seymour Bucknell — Jake Clarke, Alex Lyons Lafayette — Vinny DePasquale, Matt Mersky Navy — Brian Striffler, Andy Warner, Logan West

Logan West was named to the Patriot League All-Tournament Team after

winning 23 of the 48 faceoffs he took and grabbing 11 ground balls against Lafayette and Army

2010 All-Patriot League Team

Offensive Player of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Steve Serling, Lafayette Defensive Player of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bill Henderson, Army Goalkeeper of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .RJ Wickham, Navy Freshman of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Garrett Thul, Army Coach of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Terry Mangan, Lafayette

First Team

Player Jeremy Boltus, Army Austin Winter, Bucknell Tom Perini, Lafayette Ryan Klipstein, Bucknell Peter Baum, Colgate Steve Serling, Lafayette Patrick Moran, Navy Jake Clarke, Bucknell Tim Henderson, Army Michael Crown, Colgate Bill Henderson, Army Evan Guerrero, Lehigh Michael Hirsch, Navy RJ Wickham, Navy

Second Team

Yr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So.

Player Yr. Garrett Thul, Army Fr. Charlie Streep, Bucknell So. Andy Warner, Navy Jr. Sean O’Sullivan, Army So. Kevin Dunbar, Lafayette Sr. C. Lao-Gosney, Lehigh So. Joe Lennon, Navy Sr. Jim Carroll, Colgate Jr. Will Scudder, Lehigh Jr. Alex Lyons, Bucknell Jr. Greg Perkins, Colgate Jr. Doug Broussard, Holy Cross Jr. Tom Palesky, Army Jr. 1st/2nd — First or Second Team ROY — Rookie of the Year; GOY — Goalkeeper of the Year

Pos. A A A M M M M FO DM (Spec.) LSM (Spec.) D D D GK Pos. A M A M M M M FO FO D D D GK

Previous Honors

07-08-09 1st 08 ROY

Patrick Moran

Michael Hirsch

Andy Warner

Joe Lennon

RJ Wickham

08 2nd 08-09 1st 09 1st 09 2nd 09 2nd 09 1st 09 2nd

Previous Honors

09 ROY, 09 1st

09 2nd 09 2nd

2010 Patriot League Players of the Week Wk. 2-23 3-2 3-8 3-15 3-22 3-29 4-5 4-12 4-19 4-26

Offense S. Serling (LC) Brandau (B) Perini (LC) C. Serling (LC) Klipstein (B) Moran (N) Klipstein (B) S. Serling (LC) Boltus (A) Fantoni (L)

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Defense Clarke (B) Inman (LC) Woeppel (N) Lyons (B) T. Henderson (A) Guerrero (L) Lyones (B) B. Henderson (A) Clarke (B) Neithamer (B)

Goalkeeper Wickham (N) Palesky (A) Wickham (N) DePasquale (LC) Wickham (N) Feeney (B) Feeney (B) Sweeney (HC) Madison (C) Wickham (N)

Rookie Feeney (B) Thul (A) Thul (A) Kennedy (HC) Baum (C) Baum (C) Fantoni (L) Thul (A) Baum (C) Thul (A)


2010 Patriot League Team Statistics All Games

GP

Goals/Gm

GP

Assists/Gm

GP

Shots/Gm

GP

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lafayette Bucknell Army Lehigh Colgate Navy Holy Cross

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lafayette Bucknell Lehigh Navy Army Colgate Holy Cross

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lafayette Army Bucknell Lehigh Colgate Navy Holy Cross

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lafayette Bucknell Colgate Navy Lehigh Army Holy Cross

1. 2. 3.

14 14 17 15 13 15 15

Pts

Avg

Face-Off Pct.

Avg

GAA

284 229 257 226 185 213 184

20.29 16.36 15.12 15.07 14.23 14.20 12.27

14 14 15 15 17 13 15

177 146 138 137 151 115 125

12.64 10.43 9.20 9.13 8.88 8.85 8.33

14 17 14 15 13 15 15

107 106 83 88 70 76 59

7.64 6.24 5.93 5.87 5.38 5.07 3.93

14 14 13 15 15 17 15

579 498 448 492 488 534 453

41.36 35.57 34.46 32.80 32.53 31.41 30.20

5. 6. 7.

Army Lafayette Lehigh Navy Bucknell Holy Cross Colgate

17 14 15 15 14 15 13

24 23 22 22 20 18 12

1.41 1.64 1.47 1.47 1.43 1.20 0.92

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lehigh Army Bucknell Navy Lafayette Colgate Holy Cross

22 24 20 22 23 12 18

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lehigh Army Bucknell Holy Cross Navy Lafayette Colgate

17 21 12 18 20 18 14

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Bucknell Lafayette Army Navy Colgate Holy Cross Lehigh

Extra-Man Goals GP

EMO Pct.

G

A

Sh

G

Avg

Avg

Avg

G

Att.

Pct.

Man-Down Def. GA

Att.

Pct.

GBs/Gm

GP 14 14 17 15 13 15 15

47 55 51 58 61 34 56

58 70 40 54 59 46 32

GB

483 447 475 418 360 414 411

46.8 43.6 39.2 37.9 37.7 35.3 32.1

70.7 70.0 70.0 66.7 66.1 60.9 56.2

Avg

34.50 31.93 27.94 27.87 27.69 27.60 27.40

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Colgate Bucknell Lehigh Lafayette Navy Holy Cross Army

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Bucknell Navy Army Colgate Holy Cross Lehigh Lafayette

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Navy Lafayette Army Holy Cross Colgate Lehigh Bucknell

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Navy Army Bucknell Lafayette Holy Cross Colgate Lehigh

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Saves/Gm

W

167 171 180 188 143 140 155

GA

A

289 302 343 375 318 320 372

Pct.

57.8 56.6 52.5 50.1 45.0 43.8 41.7

Min. GAA

111 847:09 7.86 130 911:30 8.56 161 1037:07 9.31 126 785:10 9.63 146 902:15 9.71 153 911:51 10.07 150 844:46 10.65

GP

Sv

Avg

15 14 17 15 13 15 14

189 173 202 167 139 159 137

12.60 12.36 11.88 11.13 10.69 10.60 9.79

130 161 111 150 146 126 153

189 202 137 173 167 139 159

59.2 55.6 55.2 53.6 53.4 52.5 51.0

Colgate Bucknell Lafayete Holy Cross Navy Lehigh Army

15 14 14 15 15 15 17

34 43 46 58 60 65 77

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Colgate Lafayette Bucknell Army Navy Lehigh Holy Cross

13 14 14 17 15 15 15

193 209 211 272 241 270 277

14.85 14.93 15.07 16.00 16.07 18.00 18.47

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Bucknell Army Lehigh Holy cross Colgate Navy Lafayette

14 17 15 15 13 15 14

141 143 122 119 92 101 93

10.07 8.41 8.13 7.93 7.08 6.73 6.64

Save Pct.

GA

Sv

Penalties/Gm GP Pen

Turnovers/Gm GP Pen

Caused TO/Gm GP Pen

Pct.

Avg 2.62 3.07 3.29 3.87 4.00 4.33 4.53

Patriot League Games Points/Gm

GP

Goals/Gm

GP

Assists/Gm

GP

Shots/Gm

GP

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lafayette Army Bucknell Colgate Navy Lehigh Holy Cross

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lafayette Army Bucknell Colgate Navy Holy Cross Lehigh

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lafayette Army Bucknell Colgate Navy Lehigh Holy Cross

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lafayette Navy Colgate Army Bucknell Lehigh Holy Cross

1. 2.

Bucknell Navy Lafayette Lehigh Army Holy Cross Colgate

6 6 6 6 6 6 6

6.

Avg

Face-Off Pct.

Avg

GAA

121 103 96 93 80 65 57

20.17 17.17 16.00 15.50 13.33 10.83 9.50

6 6 6 6 6 6 6

76 62 61 60 52 41 38

12.67 10.33 10.17 10.00 8.67 6.83 6.33

6 6 6 6 6 6 6

45 41 35 33 28 27 16

7.50 6.83 5.83 5.50 4.67 4.50 2.67

G

A

Sh

Avg

Avg

6 6 6 6 6 6 6

252 215 207 195 194 183 177

42.00 35.83 34.50 32.50 32.33 30.50 29.50

6 6 6 6 6 6 6

10 9 9 6 6 4 4

1.67 1.50 1.50 1.00 1.00 0.67 0.67

Extra-Man Goals GP 4.

Pts

G

Avg

Avg

EMO Pct.

G

Att.

Pct.

Avg

Man-Down Def. GA

Att.

Pct.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lafayette Bucknell Army Navy Colgate Lehigh Holy Cross

9 10 6 9 4 6 4

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Bucknell Lehigh Army Navy Holy Cross Lafayette Colgate

5 8 8 7 5 9 6

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Colgate Lafayette Army Bucknell Navy Lehigh Holy Cross

GBs/Gm

GP 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

20 24 15 28 13 20 19 19 29 27 18 12 21 13

GB 189 188 170 169 166 154 153

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45.0 41.7 40.0 32.1 30.8 30.0 21.1 73.7 72.4 70.4 61.1 58.3 57.1 53.8

Avg

31.50 31.33 28.33 28.17 27.67 25.67 25.50

W

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Navy Bucknell Colgate Army Lehigh Holy Cross Lafayette

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lafayette Navy Holy Cross Army Bucknell Lehigh Colgate

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Navy Bucknell Army Colgate Lehigh Holy Cross Lafayette

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Holy Cross Colgate Navy Bucknell Lafayette Army Lehigh

6 6 6 6 6 6 6

13 15 19 20 21 30 31

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Bucknell Army Lafayette Colgate Lehigh Navy Holy Cross

6 6 6 6 6 6 6

75 77 82 88 94 97 107

12.50 12.83 13.67 14.67 15.67 16.17 17.83

1. 2. 3.

Bucknell Army Navy Colgate Lehigh Lafayette Holy Cross

6 6 6 6 6 6 6

55 47 42 42 40 37 36

9.17 7.83 7.00 7.00 6.67 6.17 6.00

Save Pct.

GA 44 45 51 51 57 68 74

GP 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

GA 44 45 51 51 57 68 74

133 124 116 169 130 117 133

Pct.

Colgate Bucknell Lehigh Lafayette Holy Cross Navy Army

Saves/Gm

84 66 58 84 61 53 55

A

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Min. GAA

362:57 7.27 366:54 7.36 365:10 8.38 362:57 8.43 362:31 9.43 362:15 11.26 364:46 12.17

Sv

Avg

79 77 73 72 70 65 63

13.17 12.83 12.17 12.00 11.67 10.83 10.50

77 70 72 63 65 73 79

63.6 60.9 58.5 55.3 53.3 51.8 51.6

Sv

Penalties/Gm GP Pen

Turnovers/Gm GP Pen

Caused TO/Gm GP Pen

5. 6. 7.

63.2 53.2 50.0 49.7 46.9 45.3 41.4

Pct.

Avg 2.17 2.50 3.17 3.33 3.50 5.00 3.17

Avg

Avg

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Patriot L eague Awards and Honors Patriot League Major Award Winners

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Richie Meade

Jon Birsner

Jordan DiNola

Matt Russell

Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year

Patriot League Rookie of the Year

Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year

Patriot League Coach of the Year

2006

Jon Birsner

2008

Jordan DiNola

2005 2006

Matt Russell Matt Russell

Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year

All-Patriot League 2004 Ben Bailey Ian Dingman Graham Gill Mitch Hendler Chris Pieczonka Matt Russell Jared Bosanko Joe Bossi Steve Looney Thomas Morris 2005 Graham Gill Mitch Hendler Billy Looney Chris Pieczonka Matt Russell Jon Birsner Mike Felber Clipper Lennon Steve Looney 2006 Jon Birsner Ian Dingman Jordan DiNola Ward Hackett Billy Looney Matt Russell William Wallace Victor Barger Andrew Dow Steve Looney Brendan Teague 2007 Victor Barger Ian Dingman Jordan DiNola Billy Looney Nick Mirabito William Wallace Tommy Wallin Basil Daratsos Andrew Dow Geoff Leone Brendan Teague 2008 Jordan DiNola Geoff Leone Nick Mirabito Patrick Moran Basil Daratsos Tim Paul Brendan Teague Mikelis Visgauss Jaren Woeppel

M A M D FO GK D A M LSM M D M FO GK M D DM M A A D DM M GK FO LSM D M D LSM A D M A FO M M D DM D D DM A M M A D FO LSM

Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. So.

First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team

2004

Billy Looney

2004 2007

Richie Meade Richie Meade

2009 Geoff Leone Patrick Moran Andy Tormey Frankie Coppola Joe Lennon Tim Paul Jaren Woeppel 2010 Michael Hirsch Patrick Moran RJ Wickham Joe Lennon Andy Warner

DM M D FO M A LSM D M GK M A

Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week Joe Bossi Jon Birsner Ian Dingman Billy Looney Steve Looney Nick Mirabito Patrick Moran William Wallace

1x, last on 3-23-04 1x, last on 3-30-04 2x, last on 4-9-06 1x, last on 4-16-06 2x, last on 4-18-05 3x, last on 3-17-08 1x, last on 3-29-10 1x, last on 3-26-07

Jordan DiNola Andrew Dow Mike Felber Mitch Hendler Geoff Leone Matt Russell Andy Tormey Jaren Woeppel

4x, last on 3-17-08 1x, last on 3-6-07 1x, last on 3-28-05 1x, last on 3-16-04 3x, last on 2-26-09 7x, last on 2-26-06 2x, last on 4-6-09 1x, last on 3-8-10

Matt Coughlin Colin Finnegan Tommy Phelan RJ Wickham

2x, 3x, 3x, 4x,

Basil Daratsos Billy Looney Nick Mirabito Tim Paul RJ Wickham

1x, last on 3-26-07 1x, last on 4-26-04 1x, last on 3-21-05 1x, last on 4-24-07 1x, last on 3-11-09

Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week

Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week (est. 2007) on on on on

2-19-09 3-19-07 4-13-09 4-26-10

Patriot League Rookie of the Week

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Graham Gill

Patriot League Tournament MVP 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009

Sr. First Team Jr. First Team Sr. First Team Jr. Second Team Jr. Second Team Jr. Second Team Jr. Second Team Jr. First Team Sr. First Team So. First Team Sr. Second TEam Jr. Second Team

last last last last

Billy Looney

Steve Looney Graham Gill Jon Birsner Nick Mirabito Tommy Phelan

Patriot League Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2004 2005

Clipper Lennon Clipper Lennon

2004 2005

Clipper Lennon Clipper Lennon

Victor Barger Chris Barnard Robby Battle Gregory Clement Mike Collett Dan Decker Seth DiNola Shane Durkin Mike Felber Colin Finnegan Graham Gill Matt Guido Dan Harris Karl Hassenfratz Ben Horn Kyle Kapron Bobby Lennon Clipper Lennon Joe Lennon Tom Mansfield Will Mendizabal Thomas Morris Darren Pastrana Kevin Raspet Adam Reel Matt Russell Evan Sullivan Andy Tormey William Wallace Jaren Woeppel Thomas Zimmerman

2005-07 2006 2010 2008 2009 2006-07-08 2004-05 2007-09 2005 2006-07 2005 2007 2004-05 2005 2005 2010 2007-08-09 2004-05 2008-09-10 2008-09-10 2005 2004 2010 2005-06 2004 2006 2009-10 2008 2007 2008-09-10 2006-07-08-09

Patriot League Men’s Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Patriot League Academic Honor Roll


Patriot League Tournament History Miscellaneous Patriot League Tournament Facts 7 Appearances Championships 5 Championship Game Appearances 6 5-1 Championship Game Record 11-2 Overall Record In Overtime 1-0 Appearances as No. 1 Seed 3 1 Appearances vs. No. 1 Seed

Patriot League Tournament Grid 1 0-1 1-0 -

2 3-0 1-0 -

Record By Round

3 2-1 -

Semifinal Championship

4 3-0 1-0 -

6-1 5-1

Annapolis, Md. Hamilton, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa. West Point, N.Y.

Record By Opponent

6-0 2-0 2-0 1-2

3-1 Army Bucknell 1-0 3-1 Colgate 1-0 Hobart* 0-0 Holy Cross Lafayette 1-0 Lehigh 2-0 * left the Patriot League following the 2004 season

Year-By-Year Results 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 0-1 2-0 1-1

Champion Champion Champion Champion Semifinalist Champion Runner-up

2009 - Patriot League Tournament Champion 4-24-09 4-26-09

Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa.

Semis Semis Final

No. 1 Bucknell def. No. 4 Army, 10-8 No. 3 Navy def. No. 2 Colgate, 9-8 (3OT) No. 3 Navy def. No. 1 Bucknell, 9-8

2007 - Patriot League Tournament Champion

2005 - Patriot League Tournament Champion

4-29-07

5-1-05

4-27-07

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Semis Semis Final

No. 1 Navy def. No. 4 Army, 12-1 No. 2 Colgate def. No. 3 Bucknell, 11-10 No. 1 Navy def. No. 2 Colgate, 15-9

4-29-05

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Semis Semis Final

No. 1 Navy def. No. 4 Lehigh, 10-6 No. 2 Army def. No. 3 Bucknell, 9-8 OT No. 1 Navy def. No. 2 Army, 15-8

2006 - Patriot League Tournament Champion

2004 - Patriot League Tournament Champion

4-30-06

5-2-04

4-28-06

Hamilton, N.Y. Hamilton, N.Y.

Semis Semis Final

No. 4 Army def. No. 1 Colgate, 10-8 No. 2 Navy def. No. 3 Lehigh, 9-2 No. 2 Navy def. No. 4 Army, 8-5

4-30-04

Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md.

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Semis Semis Final

No. 1 Navy def. No. 4 Colgate, 15-2 No. 2 Hobart def. No. 3 Bucknell, 10-9 No. 1 Navy def. No. 2 Hobart, 9-8

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Opp. Seed Navy 1 Navy 2 Navy 3 Navy 4

Record By Site


Navy’s Patriot League Tournament Record Holders Points

In a game, team 25 vs. Colgate, 4-29-07* 25 vs. Army, 5-1-05* In a game, individual 6, Nick Mirabito vs. Colgate, 4-29-07 6, Jon Birsner vs. Army, 5-1-05 6, Graham Gill vs. Army, 5-1-05 In a tournament, team 44 vs. Army (19) and Colgate (25), 4-27, 4-29* In a tournament, individual 9, Nick Mirabito vs. Army (3), Colgate (6), 4-27, 4-29-07 9, Jon Birsner vs. Lehigh (3), Army (6), 4-29, 5-1-05 9, Graham Gill vs. Lehigh (3), Army (6), 4-29, 5-1-05

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Goals

In a game, team 15 vs. Colgate, 4-29-07* 15 vs. Army, 5-1-05* 15 vs. Colgate, 4-30-04* In a game, individual 4, Joe Lennon vs. Colgate, 4-24-09 4, Shane Durkin vs. Colgate, 4-25-08 4, Nick Mirabito vs. Colgate, 4-29-07 4, Graham Gill vs. Army, 5-1-05 4, Joe Bossi vs. Colgate, 4-30-04 In a tournament, team 27 vs. Army (12) and Colgate (15), 4-27, 4-29-07* In a tournament, individual 6, Nick Mirabito vs. Army (2), Colgate (4), 4-27, 4-29-07 6, Graham Gill vs. Lehigh (2), Army (4), 4-29, 5-1-05

Assists

In a game, team 10 vs. Colgate, 4-29-07* 10 vs. Army, 5-1-05* In a game, individual 5, Jon Birsner vs. Army, 5-1-05* In a tournament, team 17 vs. Army (7) and Colgate (10), 4-27, 4-29-07* In a tournament, individual 7, Jon Birsner vs. Lehigh (2), Army (5), 4-29, 5-1-05*

Shots

In a game, team 45 vs. Colgate, 4-30-04 In a game, individual 9, Billy Looney vs. Army, 4-30-06 In a tournament, team 79 vs. Colgate (45) and Hobart (34), 4-30, 5-2-04 In a tournament, individual 15, Graham Gill vs. Lehigh (7), Army (8), 4-29, 51-05

Ground Balls

In a game, team 55 vs. Hobart, 5-2-04* In a game, individual 10, William Wallace vs. Colgate, 4-30-04 In a tournament, team 102 vs. Colgate (47) and Hobart (55), 4-30, 5-2-04* In a tournament, individual 19, William Wallace vs. Colgate (10) and Hobart (9), 4-30, 5-2-04

Saves

In a game, team 12 vs. Colgate, 4-30-04 In a game, individual 12, Matt Russell vs. Colgate, 4-30-04 In a tournament, team 21 vs. Colgate (12) and Hobart (9), 4-30, 5-2-04 In a tournament, individual 21, Matt Russell vs. Colgate (12) and Hobart (9), 4-30, 5-2-04

William Wallace holds the Navy record for most faceoff wins in a Patriot League Tournament game, picking up 14 draws against Colgate in 2004.

Faceoffs Won

Penalties

In a game, team 15 vs. Colgate, 4-30-04 In a game, individual 14, William Wallace vs. Colgate, 4-30-04 In a tournament, team 28 vs. Bucknell (15) and Hobart (13), 4-30, 5-2-04 In a tournament, individual 24, William Wallace vs. Colgate (14) and Hobart (10), 4-30, 5-2-04

In a game, team 6 vs. Lehigh, 4-29-05 In a game, individual 2, Graham Gill vs. Lehigh, 4-29-05 2, Clipper Lennon vs. Lehigh, 4-29-05 In a tournament, team 9 vs. Lehigh (6) and Army (3), 4-29, 5-1-05 In a tournament, individual 3, Graham Gill vs. Lehigh (2), Army (1), 4-29, 5-1-05

In a game, team 27 vs. Army, 5-1-05* In a game, individual 20, Robby Battle vs. Colgate, 4-24-09 20, Chris Pieczonka vs. Army, 5-1-05 In a tournament, team 45 vs. Lehigh (18) and Army (27), 4-29, 5-1-05 In a tournament, individual 37, Robby Battle vs. Colgate (20) and Bucknell (17), 4-24, 4-26-09

Most Game-Winning Goals In a Tournament 1, 10 times by eight different players (incl. team); last by “team” vs. Bucknell, 4-26-09 Quickest Goal to Start the Game 14:42, Nick Mirabito (from Jon Birsner) vs. Lehigh, 4-29-05* Quickest Back-to-Back Goals 0:06 vs. Army, 5-1-05* 11:37 by Graham Gill unassisted (Navy) 11:31 by Tony Vozzolo unassisted (Army)

Faceoffs Attempted

Extra-Man Goals

In a game, team 2 vs. Army, 5-1-05, 2 vs. Colgate, 4-30-04, In a game, individual 2, Joe Bossi vs. Colgate, 4-30-04* In a tournament, team 2 vs. Lehigh (0) and Army (2), 4-29, 5-1-05 2 vs. Colgate (2) and Hobart (0), 4-30, 5-2-04 In a tournament, individual 2, Joe Bossi vs. Colgate, 4-30-04*

Extra-Man Opportunities

In a game, team 5 vs. Colgate (2 of 5), 4-30-04 In a tournament, team 7 vs. Colgate (5) and Hobart (2), 4-30, 5-2-04 Best Extra-Man Percentage In a Tournament .500 vs. Colgate (0 of 0) and Bucknell (1 of 2), 4-24, 4-26-09

Clears

Best Clear Percentage In a Game .913 vs. Army, 5-1-05 (21 of 23)* Best Clear Percentage In a Tournament .881 vs. Army (17 of 21) and Colgate (20 of 21), 4-27, 4-29-07*

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Miscellaneous

0:06 vs. Army, 4-30-06* 13:03 by William Wallace from Jon Birsner 12:57 by Ian Dingman from William Wallace Quickest Back-to-Back Goals (by One Team) 0:06 vs. Army, 4-30-06* 13:03 by William Wallace from Jon Birsner 12:57 by Ian Dingman from William Wallace * - denotes Patriot League Tournament record


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Navy’s 100-Point Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 28.

Name Jeff Long Mike Buzzell Mike Herger Ian Dingman Paul Basile James Lewis Nick Mirabito Jon Birsner Dave Bayly James Chambers Syd Abernethy Glen Miles Brian Keith Dennis Nealon Rich Wehman Eddie McKinnon Brendan Schneck Mike Chanenchuck Jamie O’Leary Karl Rippelmeyer Adam Borcz Rob Bailey Matt Pawlikowski Billy Looney Mike Hannan Bob Pell John Carter Graham Gill

Yrs 1974-77 1977-80 1987-90 2003-07 1986-89 1964-66 2005-08 2003-06 1972-74 1946-49 1978-81 1983-86 1987-90 1988-91 1980-83 1999-02 1977-78 1976-79 1996-99 1958-60 1998-01 1992-95 1990-93 2004-07 1976-78 1970-72 1956-58 2002-05

G 84 111 107 125 54 78 96 49 72 143 87 65 105 64 95 81 73 50 79 72 95 70 64 73 91 75 71 59

A 149 111 90 63 129 91 62 105 81 --54 75 29 68 35 45 48 69 38 43 17 37 42 30 10 26 30 41

Pts 233 222 197 188 183 169 158 154 153 143 141 140 134 132 130 126 121 119 117 115 112 107 106 103 101 101 101 100

7. Nick Mirabito • Class of 2008 • All-American; 2008 Yrs 2005 2006 2007 2008 Totals

8. Jon Birsner

• Class of 2006 • All-American; 2005-06

Yrs 2003 2004 2005 2006 Totals

9. Dave Bayly

A member of the Class of ‘77, Hall of Famer Jeff Long is Navy’s all-time points (233) and assists (149) leader.

4. Ian Dingman

Yrs 1974 1975 1976 1977 Totals

Yrs 2003 2004 2006 2007 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts --- 19 19 38 --- 27 34 61 --- 16 43 59 --- 22 53 75 NA 84 149 233

2. Mike Buzzell

• Class of 1980 • All-American; 1978-79-80 • Turnbull Memorial Award; 1980 • National Hall of Fame Member Yrs 1977 1978 1979 1980 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts --3 6 9 --- 38 40 78 --- 41 44 85 --- 29 21 50 NA 111 111 222

3. Mike Herger

• Class of 1990 • All-American; 1987-88-89-90 Yrs 1987 1988 1989 1990 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 13/13 37 18 55 13/13 26 28 54 12/12 23 20 43 11/11 21 24 45 49/49 107 90 197

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 13/4 9 9 18 18/18 11 29 40 14/14 11 31 42 15/15 18 36 54 60/51 49 105 154

• Class of 1974 • All-American; 1972-73-74

1. Jeff Long

• Class of 1977 • All-American; 1975-76-77

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 16/16 27 6 33 15/15 23 12 35 15/15 23 21 44 16/16 23 23 46 62/62 96 62 158

• Class of 2007 • All-American; 2004

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 13/2 23 17 40 18/18 36 26 62 15/14 33 11 44 15/15 33 9 42 61/49 125 63 188

5. Paul Basile

• Class of 1989 • All-American; 1987-89 Yrs 1986 1987 1988 1989 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 12/12 11 26 37 13/13 10 46 56 13/13 17 23 40 13/13 16 34 50 51/51 54 129 183

6. James Lewis

• Class of 1966 • All-American; 1964-65-66 • Turnbull Memorial Award; 1964-65-66 • National Hall of Fame Member Yrs 1964 1965 1966 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts --- 27 20 47 --- 27 36 63 --- 24 35 59 --- 78 91 169

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Yrs 1972 1973 1974 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts --- 27 30 57 --- 23 30 53 --- 22 21 43 --- 72 81 153

10. James Chambers

• Class of 1949 • All-American; 1946-47-48-49 • Turnbull Memorial Award; 1949 • National Hall of Fame Member Yrs 1946 1947 1948 1949 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts --- 33 --- 33 --- 37 --- 37 --- 34 --- 34 --- 39 --- 39 --- 143 --- 143

11. Syd Abernethy • Class of 1981 • All-American; 1980-81 Yrs 1978 1979 1980 1981 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts --4 2 6 --- 21 16 37 --- 23 19 42 --- 39 17 56 --- 87 54 141

12. Glen Miles

• Class of 1986 • All-American; 1984-85-86 • MacLaughlin Jr. Award; 1986

Yrs 1983 1984 1985 1986 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts --6 5 11 --- 17 13 30 11/11 19 27 46 12/12 23 30 53 23/23 65 75 140


N av y ’ s 1 0 0 - P o i n t S c o r e r s 13. Brian Keith

• Class of 1990 • All-American; 1988-89-90 Yrs 1987 1988 1989 1990 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 13/0 12 2 14 13/13 27 7 34 13/13 41 12 53 11/11 25 8 33 50/37 105 29 134

19. Jamie O’Leary • Class of 1999 Yrs 1996 1997 1998 1999 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 12/0 11 5 16 12/12 24 6 30 13/13 29 13 42 14/14 15 14 29 51/39 79 38 117

20. Karl Rippelmeyer

Yrs GP/S Gls Asts Pts 1988 10/0 0 1 1 1989 13/12 21 14 35 1990 11/11 22 29 51 1991 11/11 21 24 45 Totals 45/34 64 68 132

Yrs 1958 1959 1960 Totals

• Class of 1991 • All-American; 1990

• Class of 1960 • All-American; 1958-59-60 • National Hall of Fame Member

GP/S Gls Asts Pts --- 25 32 57 10/--- 16 11 27 --- 31 NA 31 NA 72 43 115

• Class of 1979 • All-American; 1979 Yrs 1976 1977 1978 1979 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts --0 0 0 --5 1 6 --- 45 7 52 --- 41 2 43 NA 91 10 101

T25. Bob Pell

• Class of 1972 • All-American; 1971-72 Yrs 1970 1971 1972 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts --- 17 3 20 --- 31 14 45 --- 27 9 36 NA 75 26 101

15. Rich Wehman

21. Adam Borcz

T25. John Carter

Yrs GP/S Gls Asts Pts 1980 --- 21 5 26 1981 --- 21 13 34 1982 --- 27 12 39 1983 --- 26 5 31 Totals NA 95 35 130

Yrs 1998 1999 2000 2001 Totals

Yrs 1956 1957 1958 Totals

• Class of 1983 • All-American; 1981-82-83

• Class of 2001 • All-American; 2000-01

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 13/12 23 4 27 14/14 18 6 24 13/13 22 6 28 13/13 32 1 33 53/52 95 17 112

16. Eddie McKinnon

22. Rob Bailey

Yrs 1999 2000 2001 2002 Totals

Yrs 1992 1993 1994 1995 Totals

• Class of 2002

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 14/13 6 5 11 13/13 24 18 42 13/13 23 11 34 13/13 28 11 39 53/52 81 45 126

17. Brendan Schneck

Yrs GP/S Gls Asts Pts 1977 --- 22 21 43 1978 --- 51 27 78 Totals --- 73 48 121

• Class of 1995

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 13/6 11 1 12 12/12 14 5 19 13/12 23 17 40 12/12 22 14 36 50/42 70 37 107

23. Matt Pawlikowski • Class of 1993 Yrs 1990 1991 1992 1993 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 11/5 16 3 19 11/3 16 4 20 13/13 15 20 35 12/12 17 15 32 47/33 64 42 106

18. Mike Chanenchuk

24. Billy Looney

Yrs GP/S Gls Asts Pts 1976 --6 13 19 1977 --- 17 15 32 1978 --- 13 18 31 1979 --- 14 23 37 Totals NA 50 69 119

Yrs 2004 2005 2006 2007 Totals

• Class of 1979 • All-American; 1977-78-79

• Class of 2007 • All-American; 2005-06-07

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 18/18 13 8 21 16/16 22 4 26 15/15 18 4 22 15/15 20 14 34 64/64 73 30 103

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• Class of 1958 • All-American; 1956-57-58

GP/S Gls Asts Pts --- 18 8 26 --- 36 10 46 --- 17 12 29 NA 71 30 101

28. Graham Gill

• Class of 2005 • All-American; 2004-05 Yrs 2002 2003 2004 2005 Totals

GP/S Gls Asts Pts 12/4 3 6 9 13/12 13 9 22 18/18 24 10 34 16/16 19 16 35 59/50 59 41 100

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14. Dennis Nealon

T25. Mike Hannan


C areer Leaders Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18.

143 125 111 107 105 96 95 95 91 87 84 81 79 78 78 75 73 73 73 72 72

James Chambers Ian Dingman Mike Buzzell Mike Herger Brian Keith Nick Mirabito Adam Borcz Rich Wehman Mike Hannan Syd Abernethy Jeff Long Eddie McKinnon Jamie O’Leary Jamie Slough James Lewis Bob Pell Billy Looney Bob Wehman Brendan Schneck Dave Bayly Karl Rippelmeyer

1946-49 2003-07 1977-80 1987-90 1987-90 2005-08 1998-01 1980-83 1976-79 1978-81 1974-77 1999-02 1996-99 1991-94 1964-66 1970-72 2004-07 1984-87 1977-78 1972-74 1958-60

149 129 111 105 91 90 81 75 69 68 63 96 56 54 48 46 45 45 43 43

Jeff Long Paul Basile Mike Buzzell Jon Birsner James Lewis Mike Herger Dave Bayly Glen Miles Mike Chanenchuk Dennis Nealon Ian Dingman Nick Mirabito Shannon Heyward Syd Abernethy Brendan Schneck Owen McFadden Eddie McKinnon Bruce Seitz Marty Mason Karl Rippelmeyer

1974-77 1986-89 1977-80 2003-06 1964-66 1987-90 1972-74 1983-86 1976-79 1988-91 2003-07 2005-08 1955-57 1978-81 1977-78 1964-66 1999-02 1980-83 1972-75 1958-60

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19.

Hall of Famer Mike Buzzell is the only player in school history to finish his career with 100 goals and 100 assists.

Shots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

11.

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

393 373 355 325 322 313 312 304 296 296 290 290 268 257 256 253 243 240 239 233

Jeff Long Ian Dingman Billy Looney Jamie O’Leary James Lewis Adam Borcz Bob Pell Jamie Slough Mike Herger Brian Keith Nick Mirabito Andy Ross Bob DeSimone Charles Bertrand Patrick Moran Dave Bayly Graham Gill Mike Newton Matt Long Bill Kordis

1974-77 2003-07 2004-07 1996-99 1964-66 1998-01 1970-72 1991-94 1987-90 1987-90 2005-08 1994-97 1974-75 1992-95 2007-10 1972-74 2002-05 1995-98 1992-95 1971-73

222 214 207 184 183 178 177 172 159 155 149 147 142 141 139 134 134 133 133 132

William Wallace John Duthie Steve Looney Mickey Jarboe Frank Snyder Kevin Caradona Chris Pieczonka Chad Donnelly Matt Russell Paul Basile Dan Sullivan Jamie Slough Kevin Farrington Nick Amatuccio Matt Pawlikowski Eddie McKinnon Joe Donnelly Jason Hull Andy Ross Mike Herger

2004-07 1988-91 2003-06 1997-00 1985-88 1990-93 2002-05 1997-00 2003-06 1986-89 1993-95 1991-94 1990-93 1985-88 1990-93 1999-02 1985-88 1995-98 1994-97 1987-90

Ground Balls 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 20.

One of only three players in Navy history to grab 200 ground balls, 1991 captain John Duthie ranks No. 2 on the all-time list.

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Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

701 545 513 509 495 441 439 380 355 334 316 274 269 239 237 235 231 230 204 154 154

Mickey Jarboe Jeff Johnson Kevin Farrington Joe Donnelly Garrett Luebker Bill Mueller Scott Bartkowski Matt Russell Louis Brown Steve Nims Malcolm Ogilvie Ray Finnegan Steve Soroka Jon Higdon Dennis Wedekind Mickey Reeves Cliff Eley RJ Wickham Leonard Supko Tommy Phelan Colin Finnegan

1997-00 1976-79 1990-93 1985-88 1994-96 1974-76 1980-83 2003-06 1987-90 1983-86 1966-68 1973-74 1970-72 1999-02 1963-65 1958-59 1956-57 2009-present 1968-70 2006-09 2004-07

363 313 258 183 181 165 156 154 139 139 109 92 89 65 64 54 19 16 14

Chris Pieczonka William Wallace Chris Dingman Jason Hull Mikelis Visgauss Jay James Max Grant Dan Sullivan Frankie Coppola Chris Messineo Michael Schaal Robby Battle Bart Orr Logan West Tommy Wallin Dan Decker Dan Kretz Brendan Hamm Steve Looney

2002-05 2003-07 2000-03 1995-98 2005-08 1998-00 1986-87 1993-95 2006-10 1994-97 1999-02 2007-10 1997-00 2009-present 2003-07 2005-08 2000-03 2006-09 2003-06

Faceoff Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Leading Navy to the 2004 NCAA Championship Game against Syracuse, Chris Pieczonka is Navy’s all-time leader in faceoff wins.


S ingle-Season Lea ders Points 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

10. 12. 14. 15.

20.

Mike Buzzell Mike Buzzell Brendan Schneck Jeff Long James Lewis Ian Dingman Jeff Long Jeff Long James Lewis Dave Bayly Karl Rippelmeyer Paul Basile Syd Abernethy Mike Herger Jon Birsner Mike Herger Brian Keith Glen Miles Dave Bayly Mike Hannan

1979 1978 1978 1977 1965 2004 1975 1976 1966 1972 1958 1987 1981 1987 2006 1988 1989 1986 1973 1978

51 45 44 41 41 41 39 39 38 37 37 37 36 36 34 33 33 32 31 31 31

Brendan Schneck Mike Hannan Joe Bossi Brian Keith Mike Buzzell Mike Hannan Syd Abernethy James Chambers Mike Buzzell Mike Herger Bob DeSimone James Chambers Ian Dingman John Carter James Chambers Ian Dingman Ian Dingman Adam Borcz Bob Pell Karl Rippelmeyer Samuel Moncure

1978 1978 2004 1989 1979 1979 1981 1949 1978 1987 1975 1947 2004 1957 1948 2007 2006 2001 1971 1960 1931

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 7.

9. 10. 13. 15. 16. 18. 19.

Assists (1956 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

11. 12. 13. 14. 17. 20.

to present-excludes 57, 58, 60, 61, 64) 53 Jeff Long 1977 46 Paul Basile 1987 44 Mike Buzzell 1979 43 Jeff Long 1976 40 Mike Buzzell 1978 36 Jon Birsner 2006 36 James Lewis 1965 35 James Lewis 1966 34 Paul Basile 1989 34 Jeff Long 1975 33 Bruce Seitz 1983 32 Karl Rippelmeyer 1958 31 Jon Birsner 2005 30 Glen Miles 1986 30 Dave Bayly 1973 30 Dave Bayly 1972 29 Jon Birsner 2004 29 Dennis Nealon 1990 29 Shannon Heyward 1956 28 Mike Herger 1988

Shots 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8.

10. 11. 12. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20.

(1978-84 shots not recorded) 174 Bob DeSimone 144 Bob Pell 126 Jeff Long 115 Jamie O’Leary 115 James Lewis 111 Ian Dingman 109 Billy Looney 108 Adam Borcz 108 Jamie Slough 106 Patrick Moran 105 Jim Lewis 104 Ian Dingman 104 Jamie O’Leary 104 Brian Keith 103 Joe Bossi 103 Jeff Long 102 James Lewis 100 Billy Looney 99 Glen Miles 98 Ian Dingman

1975 1971 1975 1998 1966 2004 2006 2001 1994 2010 1965 2006 1997 1989 2004 1977 1964 2005 1986 2007

93 87 85 80 75 73 71 69 67 65 62 62 61 61 60 60 60 60 60 59

2004 2006 2004 2008 2007 1991 1986 1994 1992 1999 1990 1989 2008 1998 2010 2005 2005 2000 1990 1993

Ground Balls 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 15.

20.

(1985 to present) Chris Pieczonka William Wallace Steve Looney Mikelis Visgauss William Wallace John Duthie Glen Miles Jamie Slough Kevin Caradona Mickey Jarboe Louis Brown John Duthie Andy Tormey Jason Hull RJ Wickham Steve Looney Chris Pieczonka Jay James Doug Derocher Kevin Caradona

RJ Wickham registered 188 saves in 2010, marking the most shots turned away by a Navy goalkeeper since two-time Kelly Award winner Mickey Jarboe made 215 stops in 1999.

Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

17. 18. 19. 20.

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1975 1999 1996 1976 1987 2010 1994 1978 1993 1997 1990 1989 1977 1992 1998 1979 1988 1991 1974 1982

173 156 154 137 129 126 106 104 101 93 88 88 75 71 64 64 59 58 56 47 47 47

2004 1987 1995 2005 2006 2008 2009 2007 1998 2002 2003 2000 1996 1999 2010 1997 2010 2001 2001 2003 1999 1997

Faceoff Wins

13. 14. 15.

First-Team All-American Syd Abernethy led the Midshipmen in goals during the 1981 campaign with 39.

(1956 to present) 236 Bill Mueller 215 Mickey Jarboe 201 Garrett Luebker 196 Bill Mueller 193 Joe Donnelly 188 RJ Wickham 186 Garrett Luebker 183 Jeff Johnson 180 Kevin Farrington 179 Mickey Jarboe 176 Louis Brown 176 Louis Brown 175 Jeff Johnson 171 Kevin Farrington 167 Mickey Jarboe 165 Jeff Johnson 163 Joe Donnelly 161 Kevin Farrington 152 Ray Finnegan 146 Scott Bartkowski

(1995 to present) Chris Pieczonka Max Grant Dan Sullivan Chris Pieczonka William Wallace Mikelis Visgauss Frankie Coppola William Wallace Jason Hull Chris Dingman Chris Dingman Jay James Chris Messineo Jay James Logan West Mike Haertel Robby Battle Michael Schaal Chris Dingman Chris Pieczonka Bart Orr Chris Messineo

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85 78 78 75 63 62 61 59 59 57 57 56 56 55 54 54 53 53 53 52


S i n g l e - Gam e In d i v i d ual Le ad e r s

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Points

1. 13 (5-8) Mike Buzzell at Delaware, 4-11-78 2. 12 (4-8) Dennis Nealon at Wash. College, 3-20-91 3. 11 (2-9) Bruce Seitz at Princeton, 4-2-83 11 (2-9) Jeff Long at Hofstra, 4-17-76 5. 10 (3-7) Mike Herger at Army, 4-7-90 10 (7-3) Mike Buzzell at Rutgers, 3-17-79 10 (4-6) Mike Buzzell at Hofstra, 4-11-79 8. 9 (5-4) Dennis Nealon at Army, 4-7-90 9 (2-7) Paul Basile vs. Delaware, 3-21-87 9 (6-3) Brendan Schneck at Delaware, 4-11-78 9 (1-8) Jeff Long vs. Delaware, 4-5-77 9 (4-5) Brendan Schneck at Penn, 5-17-77 9 (5-4) William Kordis at Washington & Lee, 4-15-72 9 (2-7) Tom Mitchell vs. Duke, 5-6-61 15. 8 (0-8) Jon Birsner vs. Colgate, 3-19-05 8 (5-3) Matt Pawlikowski at Penn, 3-24-93 8 (5-3) Dennis Nealon vs. Delaware, 3-23-91 8 (4-4) Dennis Nealon vs. Penn, 3-17-90 8 (2-6) Dennis Nealon at MBC, 3-28-90 8 (7-1) Brian Keith at Wash. College, 3-4-89 8 (6-2) Brian Keith vs. Washington College, 3-16-88 8 (1-7) Mike Herger at Delaware, 3-26-88 8 (0-8) Paul Basile vs. Brown 5-13-87 8 (3-5) Bruce Seitz at Penn, 3-30-83 8 (6-2) Syd Abernethy vs. Rutgers, 3-14-81 8 (6-2) Syd Abernethy at Princeton, 4-4-81 8 (3-5) Mike Buzzell vs. N. Carolina, 5-21-80 8 (6-2) Mike Buzzell vs. Maryland, 4-21-79 8 (6-2) Brendan Schneck vs. Princeton, 4-8-78 8 (3-5) Mike Buzzell at Maryland, 4-22-78 8 (5-3) Mike Buzzell vs. Army, 5-17-78 8 (1-7) Jeff Long at Virginia, 4-30-77 8 (7-1) Robert DeSimone at Wash. & Lee, 3-28-75 8 (4-4) Dave Bayly at Hofstra, 4-6-74 8 (3-5) Dave Bayly vs. Dartmouth, 3-17-73 8 (5-3) Dave Bayly at Washington & Lee, 4-15-72 8 (4-4) Tom Mitchell vs. Mt. Washington L.C., 5-27-61

Goals 1. 8 2. 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 12. 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Robert Booze vs. Drexel, 3-27-43 Brian Keith at Washington College, 3-4-89 Mike Buzzell at Rutgers, 3-17-79 Robert DeSimone at Wash. & Lee, 3-28-75 John Carter vs. Harvard, 4-6-57 Robert Pirie at Princeton, 5-7-55 James Chambers vs. Dartmouth, 4-3-47 Samuel Moncure vs. Lehigh, 4-23-32 Samuel Moncure vs. Lehigh, 5-9-31 Elliott Parish vs. Randolph Macon, 4-6-29 Robert Hull vs. New York Univ., 4-2-27 Taylor Harris vs. Holy Cross, 3-26-06 Matt Pawlikowski vs. Penn, 3-17-90 Brian Keith vs. Washington College, 3-16-88 Mike Herger at Princeton, 3-28-87 Mike Herger vs. Brown 5-13-87 John Hawley at Princeton, 3-30-85 Tom Calabrese vs. Hofstra, 5-8-84 Syd Abernethy vs. Rutgers, 3-14-81 Syd Abernethy at Princeton, 4-4-81 Syd Abernethy vs. Maryland, 4-18-81 Mike Hannan at Penn, 4-4-79 Mike Hannan at Hofstra, 4-11-79 Mike Buzzell vs. Maryland, 4-21-79 Brendan Schneck vs. Princeton, 4-8-78 Brendan Schneck at Delaware, 4-11-78 Mike Hannan vs. Army, 5-17-78 Nick Smilari vs. Harvard, 4-4-73 Pete Taylor vs. Princeton, 4-14-62 John Carter vs. Duke, 4-20-57 Robert Pirie vs. Harvard, 4-8-54 James Chambers vs. Yale, 4-16-49 James Chambers vs. Harvard, 4-3-48 James Chambers vs. Union College, 3-31-47 James Chambers vs. Harvard, 4-5-47 Stewart McLean vs. Syracuse, 5-1-46 John Carroll vs. City College of NY, 3-31-45 Francis Brady vs. Syracuse, 5-3-41

Faceoff Wins

(1995-present) Chris Pieczonka vs. Syracuse, 5-31-04 Dan Sullivan vs. Maryland, 4-8-95 Dan Sullivan at Virginia, 3-4-95 Chris Pieczonka at Army, 3-27-04 Dan Sullivan vs. Army, 3-31-95

1. 20 20 3. 19 4. 18 18

Faceoff Attempts

(1995-present) Dan Sullivan at Virginia, 3-4-95 Dan Sullivan vs. Maryland, 4-8-95 Jason Hull vs. Delaware, 3-21-98 Chris Pieczonka vs. Syracuse, 5-31-04 Chris Messineo vs. UMBC, 2-24-96

1. 32 32 3. 29 4. 28 28

Faceoff %( min. 10 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1.00 .941 .938 .933 .923

(13-13) (16-17) (15-16) (14-15) (12-13)

(1995-present) W. Wallace vs. Lafayette, 3-15-05 W. Wallace vs. Bucknell, 3-11-06 D. Sullivan vs. Delaware, 3-25-95 C. Pieczonka vs. Colgate, 3-20-04 C. Pieczonka at Cornell, 5-23-04

Perfect Faceoff Games (min. of 5 attempts)

Dennis Nealon is the last Navy player to turn in a 10-point game. He posted 12 points on four goals and eight assists in a win over Washington College in 1991. 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Stuart Miller at Army, 5-28-38 John Sullivan vs. Harvard, 4-10-37 Kenneth Schacht vs. Syracuse, 4-27-35 Samuel Moncure vs. Brown, 5-2-31 Samuel Moncure at Harvard, 5-16-31 Walter Linaweaver vs. Lafayette, 4-17-26 Richard Dole vs. Cornell, 4-8-22

Assists (1962-present, excludes 1964, ‘65) 1. 9 9 3. 8 8 8 8 8 8. 7 7 7 7 7

Shots 1. 2. 3. 4.

18 15 14 13 13 13

Bruce Seitz at Princeton, 4-2-83 Jeff Long at Hofstra, 4-17-76 Jon Birsner vs. Colgate, 3-19-05 Dennis Nealon at Wash. College, 3-20-91 Paul Basile vs. Brown 5-13-87 Mike Buzzell at Delaware, 4-11-78 Jeff Long vs. Delaware, 4-5-77 Mike Herger at Army, 4-7-90 Mike Herger at Delaware, 3-26-88 Paul Basile vs. Delaware, 3-21-87 Jeff Long at Virginia, 4-30-77 Tom Mitchell vs. Duke, 5-6-61

(1995-present) Billy Looney vs. Johns Hopkins, 4-22-06 Adam Borcz at Johns Hopkins, 4-21-01 Jamie O’Leary vs. Johns Hopkins, 4-17-98 Tim Paul at North Carolina, 5-10-08 Billy Looney at Army, 4-15-06 Ian Dingman vs. Syracuse, 5-31-04

Ground Balls 1. 13 2. 12 12 12 12 12

Saves 1. 28 2. 27 27 27 27

(1995-present) Dan Sullivan at Virginia, 3-4-95 William Wallace at Army, 4-15-06 William Wallace vs. Bucknell, 3-11-06 Chris Pieczonka vs. Ohio State, 2-28-04 Mickey Jarboe at Delaware, 3-28-99 Jason Hull vs. North Carolina, 3-2-97

(1968-present) Louis Brown vs. Rutgers, 3-11-89 Kevin Farrington at Maryland, 4-11-92 Louis Brown vs. Johns Hopkins, 4-28-90 Joe Donnelly vs. Rutgers, 3-4-87 Steve Nims vs. UMBC, 3-9-85

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13-13 8-8 7-7 7-7 5-5

William Wallace vs. Lafayette, 3-15-05 William Wallace at Bucknell, 3-25-07 Michael Schaal at Stony Brook, 3-24-01 Bart Orr vs. Mt. St. Mary’s, 4-14-98 Chris Dingman vs. Radford, 3-21-01

Extra-Man Goals 1. 3 2. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

(2000-present) Adam Borcz at Penn State, 4-14-01 Ian Dingman at N. Carolina, 5-13-07 Billy Looney at Lehigh, 3-10-07 Ian Dingman at Maryland, 4-8-06 Ian Dingman vs. Georgetown, 4-1-06 Billy Looney vs. Bucknell, 3-11-06 Nick Mirabito vs. Georgetown, 4-2-05 Billy Looney at Holy Cross, 3-27-05 Joe Bossi vs. Penn, 5-16-04 Joe Bossi vs. Colgate, 4-30-04 Ian Dingman at Lafayette, 2-21-04 Ben Bailey at Maryland, 4-5-02 Dave Pittard vs. North Carolina, 3-3-01 Michael Cataffo at Massachusetts, 3-10-01 Nick Lockwood at Georgetown, 4-1-00 Brandon Cornes vs. Stony Brook, 3-25-00 Adam Borcz vs. Radford, 3-7-00

Man-Down Goals 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

(2000-present) Andy Tormey vs. Holy Cross, 3-17-07 Nick Mirabito vs. Ohio State, 2-24-06 Billy Looney vs. Lehigh, 4-29-05 Graham Gill vs. UMBC, 4-15-03 Ben Bailey vs. UMBC, 4-15-03 Eddy Holton vs. Lehigh, 3-26-02 Eddy Holton vs. Radford, 3-21-01


S i n g l e - G a m e Te a m Le a d e rs Points 1. 2. 5. 6. 7.

at Delaware, 4-11-78 Penn, 4-2-80 Dartmouth, 3-16-74 Harvard, 4-4-73 at Delaware, 3-26-88 vs. Colgate, 3-20-04 Holy Cross, 4-18-04 at UMBC, 4-2-77 at Army, 5-30-76 at Maryland, 4-28-62

29 29 29 28 27 24 24 24 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23

at Penn State, 4-11-59 Union College, 3-31-47 City College of NY, 3-31-45 at Delaware, 4-11-78 City College of NY, 4-1-44 Penn, 4-2-80 at Yale, 5-4-35 Georgia Tech, 4-18-31 Holy Cross, 4-18-04 Dartmouth, 3-16-74 Baltimore, 5-17-69 vs. Duke, 5-13-58 at Duke, 5-5-56 at Penn, 4-20-55 Penn State, 4-14-54 Lehigh, 4-23-32 Georgia Tech, 4-19-30 vs. Lafayette, 4-17-26

21 17 16 16 16 16 16 15 14 14 14 14 14 14

at Delaware, 4-11-78 at Delaware, 3-26-88 at Washington College, 3-20-91 at Hofstra, 4-17-76 at Army, 5-30-76 at Hofstra, 4-6-74 Harvard, 4-4-73 at Princeton, 3-30-85 vs. Colgate, 3-20-04 at Washington College, 3-4-89 Delaware, 4-5-77 Dartmouth, 3-16-74 Princeton, 4-13-74 at Washington College, 3-22-72

80 76 76 75 73

Harvard, 4-4-73 Dartmouth, 3-27-77 vs. Hofstra, 5-3-69 Penn, 5-21-75 Philadelphia Lax Club, 5-23-70

73 71 66 62 62 62 62 62 62

at Delaware, 4-3-90 at Washington College, 3-20-91 Holy Cross, 4-18-04 Lehigh, 4-16-04 Stony Brook, 3-25-00 at Towson, 4-17-93 vs. Duke, 3-31-90 at Army, 4-7-90 at Duke, 4-1-89

30 28 28 28 27 27

at Maryland, 4-11-92 Rutgers, 3-11-89 Brown 5-13-87 vs. UMBC, 3-9-85 Johns Hopkins, 4-28-90 Rutgers, 3-4-87

Goals 1. 4. 5. 6. 9.

Assists 1. 2. 3.

8. 9.

Shots 1. 2. 4. 5.

Ground Balls 1. 2. 3. 4.

Saves 1. 2. 5.

Faceoff Wins 1. 2.

25 22 22 22 22

vs. Colgate, 3-20-04 Holy Cross, 4-18-04 at Army, 3-27-04 UMBC, 2-25-95 at Virginia, 3-4-95

38 37 35 34 34 34

at Virginia, 3-4-95 Johns Hopkins, 4-25-92 at Army, 4-7-90 at North Carolina, 3-2-96 Maryland, 4-8-95 Washington College, 3-1-94

Faceoff Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4.

Faceoff % 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(min. 10 attempts) 1.000 (12-12) at Bucknell, 3-25-07 94.4 (17-18) Lafayette, 3-15-05 94.1 (16-17) vs. Bucknell, 3-11-06 92.3 (12-13) at Cornell, 5-23-04 80.6 (25-31) vs. Colgate, 3-20-04

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

16.7 18.8 19.0 20.0 22.7

12-12

at Bucknell, 3-25-07 William Wallace 8-8, Mikelis Visgauss 4-4

Worst Faceoff % (4-24) (3-16) (4-21) (3-15) (5-22)

(min. 10 attempts) at Massachusetts, 3-10-01 at Maryland, 4-9-94 at North Carolina, 2-20-09 Maryland, 4-10-99 at Johns Hopkins, 4-24-93

Perfect Faceoff Games Clear % 1.

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

(25-25) (24-24) (21-21) (18-18) (17-17) (17-17) (13-13)

Air Force, 3-24-98 Johns Hopkins, 4-17-98 Maryland, 4-17-91 Lafayette, 3-15-05 at Army, 5-2-10 Duke, 3-15-98 Air Force, 3-25-99

Worst Clear % 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

46.2 46.7 51.3 51.7 52.6

(12-26) (7-15) (20-39) (15-29) (10-19)

1. 2.

6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Air Force, 2-26-94 at Lafayette, 2-21-04 Radford, 3-7-00 Johns Hopkins, 4-19-96 VMI, 2-7-09 vs. Bucknell, 3-11-06 Maryland, 4-8-05 at Penn State, 4-14-01 at UMBC, 2-26-00 Georgetown, 4-3-99 Delaware, 3-21-98 at Penn, 3-11-95 at Delaware, 3-26-94 at Delaware, 3-25-92 at Army, 4-7-90

15 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Air Force, 2-26-94 Rutgers, 3-17-01 Virginia, 3-4-94 at Maryland, 4-5-02 Georgetown, 4-1-01 at Rutgers, 3-18-00 Penn, 3-7-98 Johns Hopkins, 4-19-96 Penn, 3-12-94 at Army, 4-4-92

Extra-Man Goals 5.

at Maryland, 4-10-04 vs. Bucknell, 3-11-06 at Georgetown, 4-15-92 at Georgetown, 3-28-98 at Johns Hopkins, 4-21-07

Extra-Man Attempts 1. 2. 4.

Extra-Man % 1.

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

(4-4) (3-3) (3-3) (2-2) (2-2) (2-2) (2-2) (2-2) (1-1) (1-1) (1-1) (1-1) (1-1) (1-1) (1-1) (1-1) (1-1)

VMI, 2-7-09 Lehigh, 4-16-04 Air Force, 3-29-00 vs. Lafayette, 4-30-10 at Colgate, 3-27-10 vs. Holy Cross, 3-15-08 at Penn, 3-8-97 Maryland, 4-17-91 Colgate, 3-21-09 Lafayette, 3-7-09 vs. Cornell, 2-23-08 vs. Holy Cross, 3-17-07 Lehigh, 3-24-06 Army, 4-16-05 at Maryland, 4-10-04 Bucknell, 3-13-04 Mt. St. Mary’s, 4-14-98

1962-present: assists (excludes 1964, ‘65) 1968-present: saves, shots (excludes 1978-84) 1989-present: ground balls, face-offs, extra-man goals, extra-man attempts and % (excludes 1995), clear % (excludes 1995)

Ranked ninth on Navy’s all-time assists list, AllAmerican Mike Chanenchuk dealt out four of the school record-setting 21 assists against Delaware in 1978.

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M i s c e l l a n e o u s Te a m Re c o rd s Most games played in a season 18 - 2004 Most wins in a season 15 - 2004 Most losses in a season 8 - 1996 (4-8-0); 2010 (7-8-0) Number of shutouts in school history 69 - most recent: 19-0 vs. Baltimore, 5-16-70 Number of times shut out in school history 1 - 1-0 by Harvard, 1910 Number of undefeated seasons 17 - most recent: 12-0-0 in 1965 Number of seasons without a loss 13 - most recent: 12-0-0 in 1965 Most goals in a game 30 vs. Maryland Club, 3-28-12 (W, 30-1) Most goals in a game (by two teams) 41 - #3 Virginia 26, Navy 15, 4-24-82 Most goals allowed in a game 26 by #3 Virginia, 4-24-82 (L, 26-15) Consecutive games scoring a goal 1033 - 1910 (vs. Lehigh) - present Consecutive games scoring 10-plus goals (season) 13 - 1979 Consecutive games scoring 10-plus goals (over multiple seasons) 27 - 4-3-65 - 4-8-67

Top 10 Team Performances Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

347 329 323 303 291 278 269 266 261 259

2004 1977 1978 1965 1979 1975 1976 1966 1974 2007

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

221 209 199 194 182 177 177 167 165 164

2004 1978 1965 1977 1975 1979 1966 1949 2007 1962

Goals

8. 9. 10.

Assists 1. 2. 3.

135 1977 126 2004 114 1979 114 1978 5. 108 1976 6. 104 1965 7. 103 1974 8. 96 1989 96 1975 10. 94 2007 * beginning with 1956; missing between 1960-63

Most wins by a graduating class 49 (49-15, .766) by Class of 2007 Largest margin of victory 29 (29-0) vs. Union College, 3-31-47 29 (29-0) vs. City College of NY, 3-31-45 29 (30-1) vs. Maryland Club, 3-28-12 Largest margin of defeat 19 (24-5) at #4 Johns Hopkins, 4-19-97 Longest winning streak 45, 1916 - 5-12-23 Longest undefeated streak 46, 1916 - 5-19-23 Longest home winning streak 45, 1916 - 5-12-23 Longest road/neutral site winning streak 24, 5-2-59 - 4-29-67 Longest winning streak vs. one team 32 vs. Penn State, 1919 - 4-8-61 Longest losing streak vs. one team 36 vs. Johns Hopkins, 5-10-75 - 4-18-09 Longest continuous series with one team 78 years vs. Army (5-27-33 - present) Navy leads series, 57-29-3 65 years vs. Maryland (5-15-46 - present) Maryland leads series, 51-33-1 61 years vs. Johns Hopkins (5-13-50 - present) Johns Hopkins leads series, 57-26-1

Number of Patriot League regular-season titles 5 - 2004-05-06-07-08 Number of Patriot League Tournament titles 5 - 2004-05-06-07-09 Number of NCAA Tournament bids 26 - 1971-72-73-74-75-76-77-78-79-80-81-8286-87-88-89-92-93-94-99-04-05-06-07-08-09 Number of NCAA Semifinal appearances 8 - 1971-75-76-77-78-79-81-04 Number of NCAA Championship appearances 2 - 1975-04 Number of National Championships 17 Total 12 - Outright: 1928-29-38-43-46-54-60-62-6364-65-66 3 - Co: 1945-49-61 2 - Tri: 1967-70

Shots

Saves

1. 796 1975 2. 733 1977 3. 709 2004 4. 699 1976 5. 682 1969 6. 670 1966 7. 642 1973 8. 616 1971 9. 603 2005 10. 600 1965 * beginning with 1956; missing between 1960-63, 1978-84

Ground Balls

1. 806 2. 645 3. 627 4. 623 5. 620 6. 617 7. 581 8. 578 9. 575 10. 559 * beginning with 1985

2004 1994 1999 1992 1986 1987 1993 1989 2000 1998

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

247 1975 224 1976 222 1999 215 1977 212 1981 212 1978 7. 208 1981 8. 207 1996 9. 205 1979 10. 196 1997 * beginning with 1956; missing between 1960-63

Faceoff Wins 1. 2. 3. 4.

268 2004 188 2005 176 2007 163 2008 163 1987 6. 156 2009 7. 154 2006 8. 148 2002 9. 145 2003 10. 144 1985 * beginning with 1985; missing between 1990-97


Cl ass Re c o rd s Class Record Holders Statistic Points

Goals Assists Shots Ground Balls Saves Faceoff Wins Faceoff Attempts Faceoff %

Freshman 55 by Mike Herger, 1987

37 by Mike Herger, 1987 26 by Paul Basile, 1986 94 by Bob DeSimone, 1974 57 by Doug Derocher, 1989 179 by Mickey Jarboe, 1997 64 by Mike Haertel, 1997 122 by Mike Haertel, 1997 .630 by William Wallace, 2004

Freshmen Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8.

10.

55 43 40 38 37 37 37 33 33 31

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

8. 9. 10.

37 33 28 27 27 23 23 22 21 19

(37-18) (22-21) (23-17) (19-19) (11-26) (28-9) (27-10) (27-6) (33-0) (12-19)

Mike Herger Brendan Schneck Ian Dingman Jeff Long Paul Basile Tom Hanzsche John Hawley Nick Mirabito James Chambers Dave Pittard

1987 1977 2003 1974 1986 1986 1985 2005 1946 2001

Mike Herger James Chambers Tom Hanzsche Nick Mirabito John Hawley Ian Dingman Adam Borcz Brendan Schneck Rich Wehman Jeff Long

1987 1946 1986 2005 1985 2003 1998 1977 1980 1974

Assists 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8.

10.

10.

Paul Basile Brendan Schneck Dave Pittard Jeff Long Mike Herger Ian Dingman Mike Chanenchuk John Hawley Jim Shulson Jon Birsner Tom Hanzsche Tom Venier Marty Mason

1986 1977 2001 1974 1987 2003 1976 1985 1975 2003 1986 1973 1972

94 93 82 72 66 63 62 62 62 60 60

Bob DeSimone Mike Herger Nick Mirabito Jeff Long Basil Daratsos John Hawley Billy Looney Adam Borcz Tom Hanzsche Ian Dingman Andy Ross

1974 1987 2005 1974 2007 1985 2004 1998 1986 2003 1994

57 49 41 41 41 41 39 35 33 33 33

Doug Derocher Tom Hanzsche Chad Donnelly Joe Bonacci Mike Herger Nick Amatuccio Paul Basile Jaren Woeppel Mikey Jarboe John Hawley Frank Snyder

1989 1986 1997 1987 1987 1985 1986 2007 1997 1985 1985

179 127 126 42 22 10 9 7 6 4

Mickey Jarboe Scott Bartkowski Steve Nims RJ Wickham Jeff Johnson Joe Donnelly Joe Solomon Art Athens Bob Vogelsburg Kimo Silcox

1997 1980 1983 2009 1976 1985 1987 1975 1975 1996

Ground Balls 1. 2. 3. 7. 8. 9.

Saves

More than 60 years have past since Hall of Famer James Chambers was a plebe, yet he still ranks among Navy’s all-time freshman point scorers with 33. He stands 10th on the Mids’ career scoring list (143) and remains the school’s all-time leader in goals (143).

1. 2. 3. 5. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

45 by Mike Hannan, 1978 44 by Mike Buzzell, 1979 144 by Bob Pell, 1971 93 by Chris Pieczonka, 2004 236 by Bill Mueller, 1975 173 by Chris Pieczonka, 2004 281 by Max Grant, 1987 .676 by Chris Pieczonka, 2004

26 21 19 19 18 17 13 10 10 9 9 9 9

Shots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Junior 85 by Mike Buzzell, 1979

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Senior 75 by Jeff Long, 1977

44 by Joe Bossi, 2004 53 by Jeff Long, 1977 115 by Jimmy Lewis, 1966 80 by Mikelis Visgauss, 2008 201 by Garrett Luebker, 1996 154 by Dan Sullivan, 1995 260 by Dan Sullivan, 1995 .642 by William Wallace, 2007

Jaren Woeppel is the only player in the last 20 years to rank among Navy’s freshmen ground ball leaders.

Faceoff Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

64 46 45 21 17 10 6 6 3 2

Mike Haertel William Wallace Tommy Wallin Chris Dingman Arthur Rhodes Steve Looney Chris Pieczonka Brent Cower Dan Decker Jason Hull

1997 2004 2004 2000 1999 2003 2002 1996 2005 1995

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

122 73 73 43 36 19 15 14 10 5

Mike Haertel William Wallace Tommy Wallin Chris Dingman Arthur Rhodes Steve Looney Brent Cower Jason Hull Chris Pieczonka Logan West

1997 2004 2004 2000 1999 2003 1996 1995 2002 2009

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.630 .616 .525 .488 .472

9. 10.

Faceoff Attempts 1. 2.

Faceoff %

( min. 20 attempts) (46-73) William Wallace (45-73) Tommy Wallin (64-122) Mike Haertel (21-43) Chris Dingman (17-36) Arthur Rhodes

2004 2004 1997 2000 1999

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Points

Sophomore 78 by Mike Buzzell, 1978 78 by Brendan Schneck, 1978 51 by Brendan Schneck, 1978 46 by Paul Basile, 1987 174 by Bob DeSimone, 1975 85 by Steve Looney, 2004 188 by RJ Wickham, 2010 64 by Logan West, 2010 130 by Logan West, 2010 .696 by Dan Decker, 2006


L a r g e s t M a r g i n o f V i c t o r y / D e f e at

# 2 0 1 1 U N I T E D S T A T E S N A V A L A C A D E M Y M E NS’ L A C R O S S E #

Largest Margin of Victory 29 29 29 27 26 24 23 23 23 23 22 22 22 22 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20

(29-0) (29-0) (30-1) (27-0) (29-3) (24-0) (23-0) (23-0) (24-1) (23-0) (23-1) (23-1) (23-1) (23-1) (22-1) (23-2) (21-0) (21-0) (25-4) (22-2) (20-0) (21-1)

vs. Union College vs. City College of NY vs. Maryland Club vs. City College of NY at Penn State vs. MIT vs. Penn State vs. Lehigh vs. Georgia Tech vs. Lafayette vs. Univ. of Baltimore at Penn vs. Penn State vs. Georgia Tech vs. Washington College vs. Duke vs. Duke vs. Penn State vs. Cornell vs. Denison at Penn State vs. Penn State

3-31-47 3-31-45 3-28-12 4-1-44 4-11-59 4-30-32 5-19-45 4-23-32 4-18-31 4-17-26 5-17-69 4-20-55 4-14-54 4-19-30 4-28-65 5-13-58 4-20-57 4-12-52 5-18-46 3-26-69 4-28-45 4-29-44

29 29 29 27 24 23 23 23 23 22 22 22 22

(29-0) (29-0) (30-1) (27-0) (24-0) (23-0) (23-0) (24-1) (23-0) (23-1) (23-1) (23-1) (23-1)

vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs.

3-31-47 3-31-45 3-28-12 4-1-44 4-30-32 5-19-45 4-23-32 4-18-31 4-17-26 5-17-69 4-20-55 4-14-54 4-19-30

26 22 20 19 19 18 18 17 17 16

(29-3) (23-1) (20-0) (23-4) (24-5) (18-0) (24-6) (19-2) (20-3) (18-2)

at Penn State at Penn at Penn State at Duke at Cornell at Penn at Yale at Hofstra at Rutgers at Penn

Largest Margin of Victory at Home Union College City College of NY Maryland Club City College of NY MIT Penn State Lehigh Georgia Tech Lafayette Univ. of Baltimore Penn Penn State Georgia Tech

Largest Margin of Victory on the Road 4-11-59 4-20-55 4-28-45 5-5-56 5-4-46 5-17-58 5-4-35 5-1-65 3-28-64 5-20-50

Largest Margin of Victory at a Neutral Site 15 (21-6) 10 (12-2) 7 (9-2) 7 (9-2) 5 (11-6) 4 (8-4) 4 (9-5) 3 (8-5) 3 (6-3) 3 (9-6)

vs. Colgate vs. Holy Cross vs. Lehigh vs. Providence vs. Colgate vs. Army vs. Bucknell vs. #17 Army vs. #13 Massachusetts vs. Johns Hopkins

19 (5-24) 18 (5-23) 17 (7-24) 16 (6-22) 14 (3-17) 14 (7-21) 14 (5-19) 14 (10-24) 14 (2-16) 14 (3-17) 12 (6-18) 12 (5-17) 11 (4-15)

at #4 Johns Hopkins at #1 Syracuse at North Carolina at #1 Cornell at #1 Johns Hopkins at #1 Maryland at #3 Syracuse at #1 Johns Hopkins at #1 North Carolina vs. Johns Hopkins at #12 Maryland vs. #1 Maryland vs. Duke

Largest Margin of Defeat

3-20-04 3-17-07 $ 4-28-06 2-19-05 3-19-05 4-11-09 3-11-06 $ 4-30-06 3-11-00 5-8-71 4-19-97 5-21-88 3-2-96 5-21-77 4-19-03 4-4-98 5-17-87 4-27-85 5-19-82 4-29-72 4-14-90 4-11-87 3-16-96

11 (13-24) 11 (8-19) 11 (15-26) 11 (11-22) 11 (11-22) 11 (6-17) 11 (1-12) 11 (2-13) 10 (1-11) 10 (7-17) 10 (12-22) 10 (4-14) 10 (4-14)

at #2 Virginia vs. #9 Loyola vs. #3 Virginia vs. #2 Johns Hopkina at #1 Maryland at Duke vs. Princeton at Army at #2 Johns Hopkins at #9 North Carolina vs. #6 Johns Hopkins vs. Army vs. Mt. Washington L.C.

3-4-95 5-15-93 4-24-82 5-6-78 5-23-76 4-28-51 5-9-42 6-1-40 4-24-99 2-28-98 4-25-92 5-31-69 5-18-35

14 (3-17) 12 (5-17) 11 (4-15) 11 (8-19) 11 (15-26) 11 (11-22) 11 (1-12) 10 (12-22) 10 (4-14) 10 (4-14)

vs. Johns Hopkins vs. #1 Maryland vs. Duke vs. #9 Loyola vs. #3 Virginia vs. #2 Johns Hopkina vs. Princeton vs. #6 Johns Hopkins vs. Army vs. Mt. Washington L.C.

4-29-72 4-11-87 3-16-96 5-15-93 4-24-82 5-6-78 5-9-42 4-25-92 5-31-69 5-18-35

19 18 17 16 14 14 14 14 14 12

at at at at at at at at at at

4-19-97 5-21-88 3-2-96 5-21-77 4-19-03 4-4-98 5-17-87 4-27-85 5-19-82 4-14-90

Largest Margin of Defeat at Home

Largest Margin of Defeat on the Road (5-24) (5-23) (7-24) (6-22) (3-17) (7-21) (5-19) (10-24) (2-16) (6-18)

#4 Johns Hopkins #1 Syracuse North Carolina #1 Cornell #1 Johns Hopkins #1 Maryland #3 Syracuse #1 Johns Hopkins #1 North Carolina #12 Maryland

Largest Margin of Defeat at a Neutral Site 8 7 2 2 1 1

(7-15) (13-20) (8-10) (3-5) (13-14) (6-7)

vs. #8 Hofstra vs. #4 Maryland vs. #6 Virginia vs. Maryland vs. #4 Syracuse vs. Army

5-15-99 5-31-75 ! 5-21-05 4-12-24 ! 5-31-04 + 4-17-10

vs. Holy Cross vs. Radford vs. Colgate vs. Air Force vs. Holy Cross vs. Saint Joseph’s vs. Holy Cross vs. Lafayette at Lafayette vs. Mount St. Mary’s vs. Stony Brook vs. Air Force vs. VMI vs. Lehigh vs. Army vs. North Carolina vs. Marist (3 Qtrs) vs. #16 Delaware at Washington College vs. Holy Cross at Saint Joseph’s vs. Colgate vs. Radford vs. Bucknell at Penn

+ 4-18-04 3-16-99 ^ 3-20-04 3-29-00 + 3-26-06 2-16-02 + 3-15-08 + 3-15-05 + 2-21-04 4-17-01 3-25-00 3-25-99 2-13-10 + 3-11-08 $ 4-27-07 3-2-07 2-15-03 3-21-98 3-1-95 ^ 3-17-07 2-18-06 $ 4-30-04 3-7-00 4-2-97 3-11-95

Largest Margin of Defeat Under Richie Meade 19 (5-24) 17 (7-24) 14 (3-17) 14 (7-21) 11 (4-15) 11 (13-24) 10 (1-11) 10 (7-17)

at #4 Johns Hopkins at North Carolina at #1 Johns Hopkins at #1 Maryland vs. Duke at #2 Virginia at #2 Johns Hopkins at #9 North Carolina

4-19-97 3-2-96 4-19-03 4-4-98 3-16-96 3-4-95 4-24-99 2-28-98

Largest Margin of Victory in a Patriot League Game (Regular Season or Tournament) 18 (23-5) vs. Holy Cross 15 (21-6) vs. Colgate 14 (17-3) vs. Holy Cross 13 (16-3) vs. Holy Cross 13 (14-1) vs. Lafayette 13 (14-1) at Lafayette 11 (14-3) vs. Lehigh 11 (12-1) vs. Army 10 (12-2) vs. Holy Cross 10 (15-5) vs. Colgate 9 (16-7) vs. Lehigh 8 (18-10) at #9 Army

4-18-04 ^ 3-20-04 3-26-06 + 3-15-08 3-15-05 2-21-04 + 3-11-08 $ 4-27-07 ^ 3-17-07 $ 4-30-04 4-16-04 3-27-04

Largest Margin of Defeat in a Patriot League game (Regular Season or Tournament) 7 (8-15) at Lafayette 3 (9-12) vs. Colgate 3 (6-9) at Army 3 (3-6) at Colgate 1 (6-7) at Army 1 (6-7) vs. Army 1 (10-9) Colgate 1 (8-7) at Bucknell 1 (7-8) at Bucknell (OT) + - Patriot League game ^ Neutral site game $ Patriot League Tournament game ! NCAA Tournament game

3-12-10 $ 4-25-08 4-12-08 3-18-06 $ 5-2-10 4-17-10 3-21-09 2-28-09 3-12-05

Largest Margin of Victory Under Richie Meade 18 (23-5) 16 (19-3) 15 (21-6) 15 (17-2) 14 (17-3) 14 (16-2) 13 (16-3) 13 (14-1) 13 (14-1) 13 (16-3) 12 (16-4) 12 (16-4) 11 (16-5) 11 (14-3) 11 (12-1) 11 (19-8) 11 (12-1) 11 (18-7) 11 (12-1) 10 (12-2) 10 (12-2) 10 (15-5) 10 (13-3) 10 (17-7) 10 (16-6)

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Ben Bailey was one of 18 different Navy players to score in the Mids’ 23-5 win over league foe Holy Cross in 2004. The 18-goal difference marks the most lopsided win by the Midshipmen during Richie Meade’s tenure.


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vs. Teams vs. Teams vs. Teams vs. Teams vs. Teams

Ranked Ranked Ranked Ranked Ranked

in Top in Top in Top in Top in Top

Record vs. Teams When Ranked Record vs. Teams When Ranked Record vs. Teams When Ranked Record vs. Teams When Ranked Record vs. Teams When Ranked *** Rankings began in 1973

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in Top in Top in Top in Top in Top

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144-170 142-170 108-162 79-130 29-79 255-170 255-170 234-154 164-104 68-42

Navy’s Record Against...

Navy’s Record When Ranked...

Rk Record Last Game 1 0-0 2 7-3 L 8-7 at Bucknell (OT) 3-12-05 3 15-10 L 10-8 vs. #6 Virginia 5-21-05 4 36-17 L 10-9 at #7 Georgetown 3-31-07 5 10-12 W 12-2 vs. Holy Cross 3-17-07 6 26-18 L 6-9 at #17 Army 4-12-08 7 24-7 W 11-3 at #14 N. Carolina 3-4-06 8 21-13 W 8-3 at Colgate 3-23-08 9 11-9 L 8-9 at #6 N. Carolina 2-20-09 10 14-15 L 5-12 #7 Johns Hopkins 4-19-08 11 13-12 L 7-8 #15 Loyola (OT) 2-20-10 12 20-12 L 5-14 at #3 Duke 5-9-09 13 12-12 W 8-4 Army 4-11-09 14 17-9 L 4-10 #4 Johns Hopkins 5-17-08 15 8-5 L 9-10 Colgate 3-21-09 16 6-4 L 4-11 #4 N Carolina 2-25-10 17 3-3 L 8-15 at #15 Lafayette 3-12-10 18 4-2 W 12-6 at #22 Army 4-25-98 19 0-2 L 11-8 at #9 Mass. 3-10-01 20 7-3 W 11-5 #3 Georgetown 4-1-01 21 0-0 22 0-0 23 0-0 24 0-0 25 0-0 All-Time Record 255-170 (60.0)

Date 4-14-73 4-21-73 5-5-73 5-12-73 5-19-73 3-23-74 4-27-74 5-4-74 5-18-74 4-5-75 4-19-75 4-26-75 5-3-75 5-10-75 5-24-75 5-31-75 4-14-76 4-24-76 5-8-76 5-19-76 5-23-76 4-23-77 5-7-77 5-13-77 5-17-77 5-21-77 4-22-78 4-29-78 5-6-78 5-17-78 5-20-78 6-3-78 4-21-79 4-29-79 5-5-79 5-19-79 4-19-80 4-26-80 5-3-80 3-21-81 4-26-81 5-2-81 5-20-81 5-23-81 4-14-82 4-24-82 5-1-82 5-19-82 4-9-83 4-23-83 4-30-83 3-24-84 4-7-84 4-21-84 4-28-84 4-20-85 4-27-85 4-12-86 4-26-86 5-19-86 4-11-87 5-17-87 4-30-88 5-21-88 4-15-89 4-29/89 5-22-89 4-21-90 3-3-91 4-18-92 3-6-93 4-24-93 3-5-94 3-4-95

Opponent #3 Maryland at #3 Virginia at #1 Johns Hopkins #5 Army at #4 Wash. & Lee (3OT) #5 Washington & Lee #5 Virginia #2 Johns Hopkins at #3 Washington & Lee #2 Cornell #5 Hofstra #4 Maryland at #3 Virginia at #1 Johns Hopkins at #2 Cornell vs. #4 Maryland #3 North Carolina at #2 Maryland #5 Johns Hopkins #5 North Carolina at #1 Maryland #2 Maryland at #3 Johns Hopkins at #5 Penn at #4 Penn at #1 Cornell at #2 Maryland #5 Virginia #2 Johns Hopkins #5 Army at #1 Cornell at #5 Army #2 Maryland at #4 Virginia at #1 Johns Hopkins at #2 Maryland at #5 Maryland #1 Virginia #2 Johns Hopkins at #4 Syracuse at #4 Virginia #1 Johns Hopkins at #3 Army at #2 North Carolina at #3 Army (OT) #3 Virginia #3 Johns Hopkins at #1 North Carolina #4 Army at #4 Virginia at #1 Johns Hopkins at #4 North Carolina at #5 Army #4 Virginia #2 Johns Hopkins at #4 Virginia at #1 Johns Hopkins at #2 Maryland #1 Johns Hopkins at #3 Virginia #1 Maryland at #3 Syracuse #2 Johns Hopkins at #1 Syracuse #4 Maryland at #1 Johns Hopkins at #1 Syracuse #4 Virginia at #3 Virginia #5 Towson at #5 Virginia at #4 Johns Hopkins #5 Virginia at #2 Virginia

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Navy Result Rk 7-14 4 9-11 4 7-12 6 8-5 7 12-13 6 10-13 4 9-13 6 13-12 6 9-11 6 7-16 5 15-10 7 10-9 5 15-11 4 11-16 3 15-12 3 13-20 3 10-4 3 10-14 3 10-18 3 13-9 4 11-22 4 13-16 5 11-17 4 12-19 4 14-12 6 6-22 6 13-16 4 15-8 4 11-22 4 16-13 4 7-13 4 16-15 4 12-17 5 11-8 5 10-17 5 10-15 3 11-9 7 9-12 5 8-13 5 10-14 7 13-12 6 6-9 6 16-10 6 8-17 6 12-11 6 15-26 7 7-12 8 2-16 9 10-9 NR 10-14 11 8-13 10 4-11 8 6-9 9 7-6 11 6-9 8 6-12 12 10-24 13 8-11 4 11-14 6 9-12 6 5-17 6 5-19 6 7-10 7 5-23 7 5-6 5 5-7 8 11-18 8 10-7 13 7-14 10 12-2 9 7-9 11 8-11 8 7-14 7 13-24 T11

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Patrick Winter (L), Steve Looney (C) and Victor Barger (R) celebrate following the Mids’ 9-6 win over No. 1-ranked Maryland in 2004.

Date 4-8-95 4-22-95 4-5-97 4-19-97 4-4-98 4-17-98 3-21-99 4-24-99 4-1-01 4-20-02 3-30-03 4-5-03 4-19-03 3-5-04 4-3-04 4-10-04 4-24-04 5-31-04 4-16-05 4-23-05 4-1-06 4-8-06 5-14-06 3-2-07 3-29-08 4-4-08 5-17-08 5-9-09

Opponent #3 Maryland L at #1 Johns Hopkins L #4 Maryland L at #4 Johns Hopkins L at #1 Maryland L #3 Johns Hopkins L at #3 Duke L at #2 Johns Hopkins L #3 Georgetown W #2 Johns Hopkins L #4 Georgetown (OT) L #4 Maryland L at #1 Johns Hopkins L at #4 North Carolina (OT) W at #4 Georgetown W at #1 Maryland W #1 Johns Hopkins (OT) L vs. #4 Syracuse L #4 Army W at #1 Johns Hopkins (OT) L #5 Georgetown L at #4 Maryland W at #5 Georgetown L #5 North Carolina W #4 Georgetown (OT) L at #3 Maryland W #4 Johns Hopkins L at #3 Duke L

Navy Result Rk 11-19 12 8-16 17 5-10 10 5-24 13 7-21 14 14-15 18 4-9 11 1-11 13 11-4 20 8-9 14 3-4 12 7-9 16 3-17 NR 9-8 NR 7-5 6 9-6 4 9-10 2 13-14 2 12-9 T6 8-9 5 5-9 8 7-6 11 7-9 9 19-8 12 10-11 10 5-4 9 4-10 14 5-14 12

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Rk Record Last Game 1 1-21 L 8-9 at J. Hopkins (OT) 4-23-05 2 2-16 L 8-10 Johns Hopkins 4-20-02 3 6-13 L 5-14 at Duke 5-9-09 4 11-17 L 9-11 at Maryland 4-10-10 5 9-10 W 19-9 North Carolina 3-2-07 6 9-13 L 8-9 at North Carolina 2-20-09 7 14-13 L 5-12 Johns Hopkins 4-19-08 8 9-7 W 10-4 Maryland 4-3-09 9 10-11 L 7-15 Johns Hopkins 4-18-09 10 8-6 W 13-11 UMBC 4-15-03 11 5-7 L 7-8 Maryland (2OT) 4-6-07 12 5-8 W 4-3 Bucknell (OT) 3-19-08 13 9-5 L 12-13 Georgetown (OT) 4-2-10 14 3-5 W 11-4 at North Carolina 3-4-06 15 6-6 L 9-15 at Lafayette 3-12-10 16 7-1 W 6-4 at Bucknell 3-25-07 17 9-2 W 9-8 J. Hopkins (OT) 4-24-10 18 5-1 W 11-4 at UMBC 2-23-02 19 8-1 W 8-6 #19 Ohio State 2-14-09 20 5-1 L 9-12 Ohio State 2-28-04 21 1-0 W 9-3 Ohio State 2-24-06 22 1-0 W 11-5 at Army 4-25-98 23 0-0 24 0-0 25 0-0 All-Time Record 144-170 (45.9)

Navy vs. Top-5 Opponents


All-Time Season Openers All-Time Record

87-15-1

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Current Streak Won 9 Last Win Feb. 13, 2010; Navy 16, VMI 5 Last Loss Feb. 24, 2001; UMBC 9, Navy 8 OT 1908 1909 1910 1911 3-21-12 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 4-1-22 3-31-23 4-12-24 & 4-8-25 4-3-26 4-2-27 3-31-28 3-30-29 4-5-30 4-11-31 4-9-32 4-8-33 4-7-34 4-6-35 4-4-36 4-3-37 4-2-38 4-1-39 4-3-40 3-29-41 4-2-42 3-24-43 4-1-44 3-31-45 4-13-46 3-31-47 3-31-48 4-4-49 4-1-50

Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins Mt. Washington Jr. Johns Hopkins Baltimore City Baltimore City Lehigh Mt. Washington L.C. Baltimore City Baltimore City Baltimore City Penn State Maryland State Maryland State Maryland Club Stevens Inst. of Tech vs. Maryland Stevens Inst. of Tech New York New York New York New York Oxford-Cambridge Western Maryland Mt. Washington L.C. Harvard Penn Harvard Harvard Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Drexel City College of NY City College of NY Swarthmore Union College Dartmouth Williams College Washington College

L L W L W W W L W W W W W W W W L W W W W W L W L T W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

1-6 4-7 6-0 1-2 4-2 9-1 5-1 1-2 15-1 10-1 8-0 13-0 11-1 15-0 16-0 12-1 3-5 14-0 4-0 11-1 7-3 11-0 4-5 10-0 4-5 6-6 13-1 7-1 8-2 6-2 11-4 11-3 13-3 11-5 9-8 20-6 27-0 29-0 13-0 29-0 13-6 14-3 10-5

3-28-51 3-29-52 3-28-53 4-3-54 3-26-55 3-24-56 3-30-57 3-29-58 3-28-59 4-2-60 4-1-61 3-31-62 3-30-63 3-28-64 4-3-65 4-2-66 4-1-67 3-30-68 3-26-69 3-28-70 3-17-71 3-22-72 3-17-73 3-16-74 3-19-75 3-20-76 3-19-77 3-18-78 3-17-79 3-19-80 3-14-81 3-13-82 3-12-83 3-10-84 3-9-85 3-4-86 3-4-87 3-5-88 3-4-89 3-30-90 3-3-91 2-29-92 2-27-93 2-26-94 2-25-95 2-24-96 2-22-97 2-21-98 2-27-99

Washington College Washington College Washington College Washington College Washington College Washington College Washington College Washington College Rutgers at Rutgers Rutgers at Rutgers Rutgers at Rutgers Mt. Washington L.C. Washington College Syracuse Syracuse Denison Carling L.C. Yale at Washington College Dartmouth Dartmouth at UMBC Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers at Rutgers at Washington College Rutgers at Washington & Lee (OT) Washington & Lee at Washington & Lee UMBC (OT) at Rutgers Rutgers at UMBC at Washington College Washington College at #3 Virginia at #18 Penn State #17 Penn State Air Force UMBC UMBC at UMBC at UMBC #11 UMBC

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W L W L W L W W W W W W W W W L L W W W W W W L

8-6 12-7 13-5 18-0 13-4 18-10 18-11 17-8 10-9 15-2 12-3 17-6 13-3 20-3 11-10 18-3 18-4 14-0 22-2 5-4 8-4 18-3 16-2 23-4 9-10 14-10 7-9 13-7 15-16 14-7 11-14 11-10 13-7 13-9 9-8 14-12 7-6 13-6 15-9 16-4 7-14 9-16 11-9 19-3 16-13 14-13 11-10 15-12 3-9

Navy in Conference Openers Patriot League

All-Time Record 5-2 Current Streak Won 1 Last Win March 2, 2010; Navy 8, Lehigh 3 Last Loss Feb. 28, 2009; Bucknell 8, Navy 7 Home Road Neutral Site

vs. Army vs. Bucknell vs. Colgate vs. Holy Cross vs. Lafayette vs. Lehigh

Andy Warner scored two goals and added three assists in Navy’s victory over Lehigh in the 2010 Patriot League opener.

2-21-04 at Lafayette W 3-12-05 at Bucknell (OT) L 3-11-06 = vs. Bucknell W 2-24-07 at Lafayette W 3-8-08 at Lafayette W 2-28-09 at Bucknell L 3-6-10 at Lehigh W = - First 4 Invitational (San Diego, Calif.)

0-0 4-2 1-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 3-0 1-0

14-1 8-7 9-5 9-4 8-5 7-8 8-3

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The last time Navy held an opponent scoreless in an opener was in 1968 when Schmeisser Award winner Carl Tamulevich anchored an effort that kept Syracuse off the board. 2-26-00 * at #11 UMBC 2-24-01 UMBC* (OT) 2-16-02 St. Joseph’s 2-15-03 Marist (3 Qtrs.) 2-21-04 + at Lafayette 2-19-05 = vs. Providence 2-18-06 at Saint Joseph’s 2-17-07 Saint Joseph’s 2-9-08 VMI 2-7-09 VMI 2-13-10 VMI & - game played in Washington, D.C. = - game played in Branford, Conn. * - ECAC Lacrosse League game + - Patriot League game

W L W W W W W W W W W

ECAC Lacrosse League

11-2 8-9 16-2 12-1 14-1 9-2 12-2 10-3 10-2 13-5 16-5

All-Time Record

2-2

vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs.

0-0 2-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

Home Road Neutral Site

Georgetown UMBC Massachusetts Penn State Rutgers Stony Brook

2-26-00 2-24-01 2-23-02 3-8-03

at UMBC UMBC (OT) at UMBC at Massachusetts

0-0 2-2 0-0

W L W L

11-2 9-8 11-4 10-9


M e m o ra b l e N av y L a c r o s s e G a m e s Memorable Wins in Navy Lacrosse History Date 1908 1920 4-2-27 4-4-36 5-6-44 4-4-51 5-4-57 5-11-63 5-25-68 4-6-74 4-11-79 3-7-87 4-17-93 3-24-01 3-11-06 4-30-10

Site Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Hempstead, N.Y. Hempstead, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Towson, Md. Stony Brook, N.Y. San Diego, Calif. West Point, N.Y.

Memorable Games in Navy History First Game Played First Win First Home Win First First First First

Patriot Patriot Patriot Patriot

League League League League

Game Tournament Game Tournament Win (Game) Tournament Win (Tournament)

First NCAA Tournament Game First NCAA Tournament Win

National/Navy Attendance Records

Result def. Baltimore City, 4-2 def. Maryland State, 11-1 def. New York Univ., 11-1 def. Harvard, 8-2 def. Philadelphia Lacrosse Club, 19-1 def. Harvard, 14-3 def. Virginia, 10-5 def. Johns Hopkins, 10-5 def. Philadelphia Lacrosse Club, 11-2 def. #7 Hofstra, 17-6 def. Hofstra, 19-12 def. UMBC, 14-4 def. #13 Towson, 8-7 def. Stony Brook, 14-6 def. Bucknell, 9-5 def. Lafayette, 11-9 (Patriot League Tournament; Semifinals) Date 1908 1908 1908 4-21-23 2-21-04 4-30-04 4-30-04 4-30-04 5-2-04 5-22-71 5-22-71

Largest Regular-Season Div. I Attendance Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Attendance 31,078 29,601 25,710 22,308 20,911 20,732 20,180 19,850 19,742 19,165 18,694 18,489 18,458 18,244 17,586 17,119 16,759 16,595 16,042 15,283 15,271 14,625 14,386 14,124 14,000

Teams Air Force at Denver (Spring Football DH) Denver at Ohio State (Spring Football DH) Princeton vs. Syracuse / Hofstra vs. Delaware / UVA vs. UNC Virginia vs. UNC / Syracuse vs. Princeton / Hofstra vs. Delaware Army vs. Navy / Johns Hopkins vs. Maryland Army vs. Navy / Johns Hopkins vs. Maryland Johns Hopkins vs. Princeton / Virginia vs. Syracuse Johns Hopkins at Maryland Princeton vs. J. Hopkins / N. Dame vs. Loyola / Duke vs. Md. Johns Hopkins vs. Princeton / Virginia vs. Syracuse Johns Hopkins at Navy Johns Hopkins vs. Navy Hobart at Syracuse Johns Hopkins at Syracuse Johns Hopkins at Maryland Johns Hopkins vs. Princeton / Duke vs. Maryland Johns Hopkins at Maryland Virginia at Syracuse Johns Hopkins at Navy Johns Hopkins at Maryland Johns Hopkins at Navy Maryland at Navy Johns Hopkins at Maryland Maryland at Navy Johns Hopkins at Navy

Largest Navy Home Attendance Records

Attendance Teams 1. 18,694 Johns Hopkins 2. 17,017 Johns Hopkins (NCAA Tournament; Quarterfinals) 3. 16,042 Johns Hopkins 4. 15,271 Johns Hopkins 5. 15,109 Maryland 6. 14,625 Maryland 7. 14,124 Maryland 8. 14,000 Johns Hopkins 9. 13,857 Johns Hopkins 10. 12,117 Army *** Attendance figures reflect documented records on box scores...consistently kept

Site Site Unknown Site Unknown Site Unknown Annapolis, Md. Easton, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va.

Result loss to Johns Hopkins, 6-1 def. Baltimore City, 4-2 def. Baltimore City, 4-2 .... OR def. Lehigh, 10-1 def. Lafayette, 14-1 def. Colgate, 15-5 def. Colgate, 15-5 def. Colgate, 15-5 def. #19 Hobart, 9-8 def. Virginia, 9-6 def. Virginia, 9-6

Stadium Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio New Meadowlands Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md. M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md. M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md. Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md. M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Astrodome, Houston, Texas Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y. Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y. Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md. Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Byrd Stadium, College Park, Md. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Stadium Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, beginning with the 1995 season

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Md.

Md. Md. Md. Md. Md.

Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md. Md.

Date April 24, 2010 April 19, 2008 April 10, 2010 April 4, 2009 April 17, 2010 April 11, 2009 March 3, 2007 April 18, 1987 March 6, 2010 March 1, 2008 April 24, 2004 May 8, 1971 April 14, 1990 March 24, 1990 May 12, 1973 Feb. 28, 2009 April 22, 1989 Feb. 27, 2009 April 19, 2008 April 28, 1979 April 20, 2002 April 6, 2007 May 14, 1977 April 8, 2005 May 12, 1962 Date April 24, 2004 May 17, 2008 April 19, 2008 April 20, 2002 April 3, 2009 April 6, 2007 April 8, 2005 May 12, 1962 April 22, 2006 April 16, 2005

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Win # 1 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 746


N av y ’ s N C A A T o u r n a m e n t H i s t o ry 1.

No. 39

2.

33

Record 65-30

Pct. .684

Maryland

42-31

.575

2

7

33

Virginia

43-29

.597

4

4

4.

29

Syracuse

58-19

.753

10

5

5.

26

Navy

16-26

.381

0

2

7.

23

Cornell

.592

3

4

# 2 0 1 1 U N I T E D S T A T E S N A V A L A C A D E M Y M E NS’ L A C R O S S E #

6. 8. 9.

10. 11.

13. 14.

15. 16. 17. 18. 20. 21. 22. 24. 27.

32.

37.

25 19 18 17 16 16 15 14

12 11 10 9 9 8 6 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

School Johns Hopkins

North Carolina

27-21

.563

Princeton

30-13

.698

Massachusetts Loyola

Hofstra

29-20 9-18

.333

5-16

.238

9-17

.346

1st 2nd 9 9

4 6 0

0 0

1 2 1

1 0

Army

4-16

.200

0

0

Duke

20-13

.606

1

2

Notre Dame

8-15

Brown Georgetown Pennsylvania Rutgers Towson Washington & Lee UMBC Harvard Delaware Adelphi Albany Hobart Michigan State Ohio State Providence Yale Denver Air Force Fairfield Penn State Mount St. Mary’s Stony Brook Bucknell Butler Canisius C.W. Post Colgate Cortland State Dartmouth Manhattan Marist New Hampshire N.C. State Siena Villanova

5-12 10-11 2-10 2-9 7-10 3-8 1-6 2-5 3-5 2-4 1-4 0-4 0-3 1-3 0-3 2-3 0-3 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1

.348

.294 .476 .167 .182 .412 .273 .143 .286 .375 .333 .200 .000 .000 .250 .000 .400 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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 0

1

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Years Participated 1972-73-74-75-76-77-78-79-80-81-82-83-8485-86-87-88-89-90-91-92-93-94-95-96-97-9899-00-01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10 1971-72-73-74-75-76-77-78-79-81-82-83-8687-89-91-92-93-94-95-96-97-98-00-01-03-0405-06-07-08-09-10 1971-72-73-74-78-79-80-81-82-83-84-85-8688-90-91-93-94-95-96-97-98-99-00-01-02-0305-06-07-08-09-10 1979-80-81-83-84-85-86-87-88-89-91-92-9394-95-96-97-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05-06-0809-10 1971-72-73-74-75-76-77-78-79-80-81-82-8687-88-89-92-93-94-99-04-05-06-07-08-09 1976-77-80-81-82-83-84-85-86-87-88-89-9091-92-93-94-95-96-98-04-07-08-09-10 1971-74-75-76-77-78-79-80-82-83-87-88-8995-00-02-04-05-06-07-08-09-10 1990-91-92-93-94-95-96-97-98-99-00-01-0203-04-06-07-09-10 1976-77-79-81-86-87-88-89-90-91-93-95-9702-03-05-06-09 1988-89-90-91-92-93-94-95-96-97-98-99-0001-07-08-10 1971-73-74-75-78-93-96-97-99-00-01-03-0608-09-10 1971-72-73-78-81-82-83-84-85-87-93-96-0304-05-10 1990-92-93-94-95-96-97-99-00-01-06-07-0809-10 1992-94-95-97-98-99-00-01-02-05-07-08-0910 1971-73-76-85-87-90-91-92-94-95-97-09 1997-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05-06-07 1975-77-83-84-85-87-88-89-04-06 1972-74-75-84-86-90-91-03-04 1989-91-92-94-96-01-03-05-07 1972-73-74-75-76-77-78-80 1998-99-06-07-08-09 1980-88-90-96-06 1984-99-05-07-10 1982-85-87-89 2003-04-05-07 1998-00-02-04 1987-89-91 2003-04-08 2004-06-07 1988-90-92 2006-08-10 1971-88 2002-05 2003-05 2003-10 2002-10 2001 1998 2008 1986 2008 1972 2003 2002 2005 1986 1979 2009 2009

Most Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearances (current) 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

10.

Johns Hopkins

Maryland Cornell Virginia Notre Dame Duke North Carolina Hofstra Syracuse Princeton

39

8 7 6 5 4 4 3 3 2

1972-73-74-75-76-77-78-79-80-81-82-83-84-85-86-87-88-89-90-91-92-93-9495-96-97-98-99-00-01-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10 03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10 04-05-06-07-08-09-10 05-06-07-08-09-10 06-07-08-09-10 07-08-09-10 07-08-09-10 08-09-10 08-09-10 09-10

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Navy in the NCAA Tournament Appearances Consecutive Appearances NCAA Championships Won Overall Record First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals Home Record Road Record Neutral Site Record Under Richie Meade First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

Record by Seed 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 NS

Navy as 0-0 4-2 1-1 4-4 2-3 2-5 0-1 1-3 2-7

26 6 0 16-26 6-7 8-11 2-6 0-2 8-5 7-17 1-4 5-7 3-4 1-2 1-0 0-1

Opponent as 1-6 0-2 1-7 2-3 3-2 2-0 2-2 1-2 4-2

Record By Opponent

Army Navy leads, 2-0 Last Meeting ... Navy, 16-10 — 1981 Brown Tied, 1-1 Last Meeting ... Brown, 12-5 — 1994 Cornell Tied, 2-2 Last Meeting ... Navy, 6-5 — 2004 Cortland State Cortland State leads, 1-0 Last Meeting ... Cortland St., 10-9 (2OT) — 1972 Delaware Navy leads, 1-0 Last Meeting ... Navy, 9-7 — 2005 Duke Duke leads, 1-0 Last Meeting ... Duke, 14-5 — 2009 Georgetown Georgetown leads, 1-0 Last Meeting ... Georgetown, 9-7 — 2006 Harvard Navy leads, 1-0 Last Meeting ... Navy, 10-9 — 1988 Hofstra Hofstra leads, 1-0 Last Meeting ... Hofstra, 15-7 — 1999 Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins leads, 1-0 Last Meeting ... Johns Hopkins, 10-4 — 2008 Loyola Loyola leads, 1-0 Last Meeting ... Loyola, 19-8 — 1993 Maryland Maryland leads, 4-0 Last Meeting ... Maryland, 15-10 — 1979 Massachusetts Navy leads, 1-0 Last Meeting ... Navy, 16-14 — 1979 North Carolina North Carolina leads, 4-2 Last Meeting ... Navy, 8-7 — 2008 Pennsylvania Navy leads, 4-0 Last Meeting ... Navy, 11-5 — 2004 Princeton Navy leads, 1-0 Last Meeting ... Navy, 8-7 — 2004 Syracuse Syracuse leads, 4-0 Last Meeting ... Syracuse, 14-13 —2004 Virginia Virginia leads, 2-1 Last Meeting ... Virginia, 10-8 — 2005 Washington & Lee Washington & Lee leads, 2-0 Last Meeting ... Washington & Lee, 11-9 — 1974 Yale Yale leads, 1-0 Last Meeting ... Yale, 9-3 — 1992


N av y ’ s N C AA To u r n a m e n t H i s t o ry Navy’s Overall NCAA Tournament Record: 16-26 First Round: 6-7 Quarterfinals: 8-11 Semifinals: 2-6 Championship: 0-2

10-Team: 10-Team: 10-Team: 10-Team:

8-Team: 7-5 8-Team: 1-6 8-Team: 0-1 Score

9-6 7-10 9-10 12-13 9-11 17-6 15-12 13-20 13-9 11-22 14-12 6-22 16-13 7-13 16-14 10-15 11-18 16-10 8-17 2-16

1986 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Expansion — 10-team tournament 1986 First Round Bye Quarterfinals Virginia L 9-12

1987 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Expansion — 12-team tournament 1987 First Round Brown W 14-6 Quarterfinals Syracuse L 5-19 1988 First Round Harvard W 10-9 Quarterfinals Syracuse L 5-23 1989 First Round Pennsylvania W 12-11 Quarterfinals Syracuse L 11-19 1992 First Round Yale L 3-9 1993 First Round Loyola L 8-19 1994 First Round Brown L 5-12 1999 First Round Hofstra L 7-15

2003 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Expansion — 16-team tournament 2004 First Round Pennsylvania W 11-5 Quarterfinals Cornell W 6-5 Semifinals Princeton W 8-7 Championship Syracuse L 13-14 2005 First Round Delaware W 9-7 Quarterfinals Virginia L 8-10 2006 First Round Georgetown L 7-9 2007 First Round North Carolina L 8-12 2008 First Round North Carolina W 8-7 Quarterfinals Johns Hopkins L 4-10 2009 First Round Duke L 5-14

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2OT 3OT

12-Team: 12-Team: 12-Team: 12-Team: Navy Seed

3-4 0-3 0-0 0-0

16-Team: 16-Team: 16-Team: 16-Team: Opp. Seed

Coach

Charlottesville, Va. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lexington, Va. Lexington, Va. Annapolis, Md. Ithaca, N.Y. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Ithaca, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Ithaca, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. College Park, Md. Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Chapel Hill, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C.

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Charlottesville, Va.

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Matthews

Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Cambridge, Mass. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Syracuse, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I.

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Matthews Matthews Matthews Matthews Matthews Matthews Matthews Matthews Matthews Meade

Annapolis, Md. Ithaca, N.Y. Baltimore, Md. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md. Washington, D.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. Annapolis, Md. Durham, N.C.

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NA 7 6 4 NA 4 8 8 4 5 3

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Year Round Opponent Inaugural NCAA Lacrosse Championship — 8-team tournament 1971 Quarterfinals Virginia W Semifinals Maryland L 1972 Quarterfinals Cortland State L 1973 Quarterfinals Washington & Lee L 1974 Quarterfinals Washington & Lee L 1975 Quarterfinals Pennsylvania W Semifinals Cornell W Championship Maryland L 1976 Quarterfinals North Carolina W Semifinals Maryland L 1977 Quarterfinals Pennsylvania W Semifinals Cornell L 1978 Quarterfinals Army W Semifinals Cornell L 1979 Quarterfinals Massachusetts W Semifinals Maryland L 1980 Quarterfinals North Carolina L 1981 Quarterfinals Army W Semifinals North Carolina L 1982 Quarterfinals North Carolina L

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Year-By-Year Stat Comparison Date 5-22-71 5-29-71 5-20-72 5-19-73 5-18-74 5-21-75 5-24-75 5-31-75 5-19-76 5-23-76 5-17-77 5-21-77 5-17-78 5-20-78 5-16-79 5-19-79 5-21-80 5-20-81 5-23-81 5-19-82 5-19-86 5-13-87 5-17-87 5-18-88 5-22-88 5-17-89 5-22-89 5-9-92 5-8-93 5-14-94 5-15-99 5-16-04 5-23-04 5-29-04 5-31-04 5-14-05 5-21-05 5-19-06 5-13-07 5-10-08 5-17-08 5-9-09

Opponent at Virginia at Maryland Corland State at Wash. & Lee at Wash. & Lee Penn at Cornell vs. Maryland North Carolina at Maryland at Penn at Cornell Army at Cornell Massachusetts at Maryland North Carolina at Army at North Carolina at North Carolina at Virginia Brown at Syracuse at Harvard at Syracuse Penn at Syracuse Yale Loyola at Brown vs. Hofstra Penn at Cornell vs. Princeton vs. Syracuse Delaware vs. Virginia at Georgetown at North Carolina at North Carolina Johns Hopkins at Duke

Result W, 9-6 L, 7-10 L, 9-10 (OT) L, 12-13 (OT) L, 9-11 W, 17-6 W, 15-12 L, 13-20 W, 13-9 L, 11-22 W, 14-12 L, 6-22 W, 16-13 L, 7-13 W, 16-14 L, 10-15 L, 11-18 W, 16-10 L, 8-17 L, 2-16 L, 9-12 W, 14-6 L, 5-19 W, 10-9 L, 5-23 W, 12-11 L, 11-18 L, 3-9 L, 8-19 L, 5-12 L, 7-15 W, 11-5 W, 6-5 W, 8-7 L, 13-14 W, 9-7 L, 8-10 L, 7-9 L, 8-12 W, 8-7 L, 4-10 L, 5-14

Navy’s All-Time NCAA Goal Scorers Player GP/GS G A Pts Sid Abernethy 5/5 13 6 19 Bill Anderson 6/1 6 2 8 Tim Andrews 3/1 1 0 1 Joe Avvedutui 3/1 5 0 5 Ben Bailey 4/4 4 0 4 Rob Bailey 3/3 2 1 3 Paul Basile 7/7 7 17 24 Dave Bayly 3/3 7 5 12 Michael Beggins 3/0 1 0 1 Jeff Bellistri 1/1 1 0 1 Bob Bianchi 4/3 1 0 1 Jim Bianchi 5/3 1 1 2 Jon Birsner 7/7 5 8 13 Alex Borcz 1/0 1 0 1 Joe Bossi 4/4 8 0 8 Chris Burgin 5/0 1 1 2 Mike Buzzell 7/5 14 16 30 Michael Canders 7/2 6 6 12 Michael Chanenchuk 8/4 7 7 14 Emory Chenoweth 5/2 2 0 2 Bill Claridge 7/0 3 0 3 Gregory Clement 2/2 2 0 2 Jeff Connelly 6/3 8 1 9 Fred Cook 6/3 8 0 8 Rich Costello 1/0 1 0 1 Chuck Coughlin 3/0 1 1 2 Basil Daratsos 4/3 2 1 3 Nikk Davis 1/1 1 0 1

34 32 53 63 55 75 42 58 58 49 53 26 45 36 53 50 45 59 49 30 48 38 40 36 20 43 44 39 39 48 36 36 35 32 40 41 30 28 43 41 35 26

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Sh 44 37 25 39 40 30 51 64 40 57 40 56 45 44 52 52 36 42 51 51 48 50 56 48 50 54 46 25 55 36 29 18 28 22 44 32 32 40 32 33 23 36

Sv 18 / 11 14 / 10 5 / 15 16 / 23 18 / 24 16 / 19 17 / 16 19 / 18 12 / 17 19 / 16 17 / 19 15 / 9 15 / 18 20 / 11 15 / 15 17 / 21 9 / 15 12 / 22 21 / 20 15 / 8 12 / 14 28 / 9 22 / 9 19 / 12 14 / 10 23 / 19 9 / 15 11 / 18 17 / 10 13 / 21 ---7/9 12 / 14 5/8 6 / 15 13 / 12 12 / 10 10 / 6 10 / 12 12 / 13 6 / 13 5 / 10

Player GP/GS G A Pts Bob DeSimone 4/3 8 2 10 Ian Dingman 6/6 11 7 18 Seth DiNola 6/0 1 0 1 Mike Dow 2/1 1 0 1 Justin Dunne 2/0 1 0 1 David Ellison 1/0 1 0 1 Graham Gill 6/6 9 3 12 Max Grant 2/0 1 0 1 Mike Gubosh 4/0 2 0 2 Dave Guill 4/0 2 0 2 Michael Gurny 5/0 2 0 2 Paul Gustin 6/3 3 4 7 Jim Hamill 4/0 1 0 1 Mike Hannan 6/2 19 1 20 Tom Hanzsche 6/1 2 0 2 Taylor Harris 6/0 2 0 2 Michael Herger 6/6 14 7 21 Terence Higgins 5/0 2 0 2 Bob Holman 7/4 8 1 9 John Holmes 6/1 1 0 1 Ben Horn 6/2 6 2 8 David Jones 4/3 1 0 1 Brian Keith 6/5 10 2 12 Bill Kordis 4/3 10 4 14 Chris Ladd 2/0 1 0 1 Patrick Lee 3/2 1 0 1 Clipper Lennon 6/0 2 0 2 Joe Lennon 3/3 1 1 2

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GB ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------/ 46 / 53 / 49 / 50 / 37 / 24 / 27 / 39 / 35 / 38 / 32 / 40 / 41 / 20 / 51

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21 / 11 ---------------------------------------------------10 / 10 13 / 15 ------9 / 18 15 / 18 4 / 10 16 / 13 11 / 10 11 / 15 12 / 8 12 / 1 15 / 4 20 / 8 9 / 11 16 / 6 9 / 11 11 / 11 6 / 13 11 / 7 11 / 12

Player GP/GS Jeff Long 8/7 Matt Long 3/1 Billy Looney 8/8 Ed Mapes 5/0 Charles Mark 7/2 Marty Mason 6/2 Kim McCauley 2/1 Kevin McConnell 3/0 Eddie McKinnon 1/0 Kevin Meehan 1/0 Glen Miles 1/1 Skip Miller 7/4 Nick Mirabito 6/6 George Moore 3/2 Steven Nastro 2/2 Bruce Nechanicky 2/2 Dennis Nealon 3/2 Jamie O’Leary 1/1 Tim O’Rourke 5/4 Tim Paul 4/3 Bob Pell 2/2 John Quinn 4/0 Adam Reel 4/0 J.L. Reppert 1/1 Thomas Roszko 2/2 Brendan Schneck 4/2 Zack Schroeder 3/0 Rich Schwarz 5/2

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Clears ---------25-29 / 27-34 ---------------------------------------------------------------23-31 / 22-25 18-22 / 22-26 21-28 / 18-31 31-42 / 34-43 22-24 / 25-33 ---20-23 / 17-22 11-15 / 16-24 12-14 / 14-17 14-16 / 15-24 17-19 / 18-22 19-23 / 23-37 19-28 / 17-21 18-20 / 19-22 18-21 / 14-26 19-23 / 20-24 26-29 / 27-32

G A Pts 11 20 31 1 0 1 11 3 14 1 0 1 1 1 2 6 5 11 2 1 3 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 4 1 5 3 2 5 7 5 12 2 0 2 5 1 6 1 0 1 3 6 9 1 0 1 3 1 4 5 1 6 2 2 4 2 0 2 1 2 3 3 0 3 2 0 2 8 9 17 1 0 1 4 0 4

EMO ------------------------------------3-10 / 4-12 2-7 / 2-8 ---------------------------------2-5 / 0-6 1-4 / 4-7 1-5 / 1-5 2-4 / 1-3 2-9 / 2-5 ---3-4 / 1-3 2-4 / 0-4 0-1 / 0-2 3-6 / 2-2 0-1 / 1-6 2-4 / 1-2 2-4 / 0-0 2-5 / 1-5 0-2 / 0-2 0-3 / 0-2 0-0 / 0-1

Pen 7/3 9 / 11 4/8 9/6 11 / 7 10 / 15 7/5 7/6 6/7 13 / 9 4/7 8 / 10 12 / 10 8/7 14 / 5 11 / 4 10 / 11 9/9 5 / 11 12 / 6 4/8 6/6 6/5 6/5 5/6 6/5 7/4 5/5 3/4 5/9 3/6 3/4 4/4 2/1 3/7 6/1 2/4 0/4 5/5 2/2 3/4 1/0

Atten. ---------------------------------------------------------------------534 3,271 1,736 4,572 2,618 5,428 1,560 5,727 3,314 9,516 46,923 43,898 3,548 6,504 2,455 1,615 1,735 17,017 852

Player GP/GS Roger Sexauer 6/2 Cody Shea 3/0 Jim Shulson 7/7 Phil Skalniak 4/2 Jamie Slough 3/2 Nicholas Smilari 4/2 Frank Snyder 5/4 Bill Stulb 7/2 Bob Sturgell 3/1 Ernie Styron 7/3 Brian Sullivan 7/0 Michael Supko 2/1 Tim Supko 3/0 John Tierney 2/2 Andy Tormey 4/3 Tom Venier 2/1 Chris Virtue 1/0 Mikelis Visgauss 5/0 John Wade 5/2 Skip Wagner 8/0 William Wallace 4/0 Mark Wehman 6/4 Robert Wehman 3/3

G A Pts 5 1 6 1 0 1 3 6 9 3 1 4 7 1 8 2 0 2 2 4 6 4 1 5 3 0 3 1 0 1 3 1 4 2 3 5 1 0 1 2 1 3 1 0 1 2 2 4 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 3 0 3 1 3 4 5 3 8 6 0 6


N a v y ’ s N C AA To u r n a m e n t L e a d e r s Career Points Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Player Jeff Long Mike Buzzell Paul Basile Michael Herger Mike Hannan Sid Abernethy Ian Dingman Brendan Schneck Mike Chanenchuk Bill Kordis Billy Looney

Season Points

GP/GS 8/7 7/5 7/7 6/6 6/2 5/5 6/6 4/2 8/4 4/3 8/8

Game Points

Gm 3 4 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2

Rk Player 1. Brendan Schneck vs. Penn ‘77 2. Paul Basile vs. Brown ‘87 Mike Buzzell vs. UNC ‘80 Mike Buzzell vs. Army ‘78 5. Dennis Nealon vs. Penn ‘89 Michael Herger vs. Brown ‘87 Mike Hannan vs. Army ‘78 8. Paul Basile vs. Syracuse ‘89 Bill Anderson vs. Army ‘81 Mike Buzzell vs. UMass ‘79 M. Canders vs. Maryland ‘76 Jeff Long vs. Cornell ‘75 Dave Bayly vs. Wash & Lee ‘73 Bill Kordis vs. Wash & Lee ‘73

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Pts 31 30 24 21 20 19 18 17 14 14 14

G 5 6 5 3 4 8 7 6 9 5

A 9 5 6 7 6 2 3 4 1 5

Pts 14 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

G 4 0 3 5 2 6 6 2 4 3 4 1 3 4

A 5 8 5 3 5 1 1 4 2 3 2 5 3 2

Pts 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Career Goals

Rk Player 1. Mike Hannan 2. Mike Buzzell Michael Herger 4. Sid Abernethy 5. Jeff Long Ian Dingman Billy Looney 8. Brian Keith Bill Kordis Graham Gill

Season Goals

G 19 14 14 13 11 11 11 10 10 9

A 1 16 7 6 20 7 3 2 4 3

Pts 20 30 21 19 31 18 14 12 14 12

Gm 2 4 2 2 3 3 4 2 2 3

G 9 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7

A 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 2 3 1

Pts 10 8 10 8 9 8 8 9 10 8

G 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

A 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 5 2 0 2

Pts 7 7 5 8 5 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 5 5 4 9 6 4 6

G 11 7 14 8 5 7 11 14 13 6 3 3

A 20 17 16 9 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

Pts 31 24 30 17 13 14 18 21 19 12 9 9

G 5 1 3 3 4 3 5 2 6 3 5

A 9 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5

Pts 14 9 10 9 10 9 11 8 11 8 10

Rk Player 1. Mike Hannan, ‘78 2. Joe Bossi, ‘04 Brian Keith, ‘89 Mike Hannan, ‘79 Bob DeSimone, ‘75 Fred Cook, ‘75 7. Graham Gill, ‘04 Michael Herger, ‘90 Sid Abernethy, ‘81 Jeff Connelly, ‘75

Game Goals

Rk Player 1. Michael Herger vs. Brown ‘87 Mike Hannan vs. Army ‘78 3. Mike Hannan vs. UMass ‘79 Mike Buzzell vs. Army ‘78 Bill Kordis vs. Virginia ‘71 6. Tim Paul at N. Carolina ‘08 Joe Bossi vs. Penn ‘04 Jamie Slough vs. Loyola ‘93 Brian Keith vs. Syracuse ‘89 Brian Keith vs. Penn ‘89 Glen Miles vs. Virginia ‘86 Bill Anderson vs. Army ‘81 Sid Abernethy vs. UNC ‘81 Sid Abernethy vs. UNC ‘80 Bob Holman vs. Penn ‘77 Brendan Schneck vs. Penn ‘77 M. Canders vs. Maryland ‘76 Bob DeSimone vs. Maryland ‘75 Bill Kordis vs. Wash & Lee ‘73

Career Assists Rk 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Player Jeff Long Paul Basile Mike Buzzell Brendan Schneck Jon Birsner Mike Chanenchuk Ian Dingman Michael Herger 9. Sid Abernethy Michael Canders Dennis Nealon Jim Shulson

Season Assists Rk 1. 2. 3. 4.

Four-time All-American Mike Herger is Navy’s record-holder, along with Mike Hannan, for most goals scored in an NCAA Tournament game. He scored six goals and added an assist against Brown in 1987.

GP/GS 6/2 7/5 6/6 5/5 8/7 6/6 8/8 6/5 4/3 6/6

GP/GS 8/7 7/7 7/5 4/2 7/7 8/4 6/6 6/6 5/5 7/2 3/2 7/7

Player Jeff Long, ‘75 Paul Basile, ‘87 Jon Birsner, ‘04 Dennis Nealon, ‘91 Paul Basile, ‘89 Mike Chanenchuk, ‘79 Mike Buzzell, ‘79 Jeff Long, ‘76 9. Ian Dingman, ‘04 Mike Buzzell, ‘80 Brendan Schneck, ‘77

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Two-time All-American Paul Basile ranks second on Navy’s career assists list for NCAA Tournament games (17) and is the record holder for assists in one game. He dealt out eight against Brown in the 1987 NCAA Tournament.

Game Assists

Rk Player 1. Paul Basile vs. Brown ‘87 2. Dennis Nealon vs. Penn ‘89 Mike Buzzell vs. UNC ‘80 Brendan Schneck vs. Penn ‘77 Jeff Long vs. Cornell ‘75 6. Paul Basile vs. Syracuse ‘89 7. Nick Mirabito at N. Carolina ‘07 Jon Birsner vs. Syracuse ‘04 Frank Snyder vs. Virginia ‘86 Mike Buzzell vs. Maryland ‘79 Mike Buzzell vs. UMass ‘79 Mike Chanenchuk vs. UMass ‘79 Mike Chanenchuk vs. Maryland, ‘79 Mike Buzzell vs. Army ‘78 Jeff Long vs. UNC ‘76 Jeff Long vs. Maryland ‘76 Paul Gustin vs. Cornell ‘75 Dave Bayly vs. Wash & Lee ‘73

G 0 2 3 4 1 2 0 2 0 3 3 2 1 5 2 0 2 3

A 8 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Pts 8 7 8 9 6 6 3 5 3 6 6 5 4 8 5 3 5 6

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Rk Player 1. Jeff Long, ‘75 2. Ian Dingman, ‘04 Mike Buzzell, ‘79 4. Jon Birsner, ‘04 Paul Basile, ‘89 Brian Keith, ‘89 Sid Abernethy, ‘81 Mike Buzzell, ‘78 Mike Hannan, ‘78 Brendan Schneck, ‘77

G 11 14 7 14 19 13 11 8 7 10 11


N av y ’ s N CAA To u r n a m e n t R e c o r d H o l d e r s Points

Saves

Goals

Faceoffs Won

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In a game, team 26 vs. Penn (5-21-75), 26 vs. Cornell (5-24-75) In a game, individual 9 (4-5), Brendan Schneck vs. Penn (5-17-77) In a tournament, team 70, 1975 (3 games) In a tournament, individual 14 (5-9), Jeff Long vs. Penn (4), Cornell (6) and Maryland (4) (5-21-75 - 5-31-75) In a tournament career, individual 31, Jeff Long (1974-1977) In a game, team 17 vs. Penn (5-21-75) In a game, individual 6, Mike Hannan vs. Army (5-17-78) 6, Michael Herger vs. Brown (5-13-87) In a tournament, team 45, 1975 (3 games) In a tournament, individual 9, Mike Hannan vs. Army (6) and Cornell (3) (5-17-78 - 5-20-78) In a tournament career, individual 19, Mike Hannan (1977 - 1979)

Assists

In a game, team 11 vs. Cornell (5-24-75) In a game, individual 8, Paul Basile vs. Brown (5-13-87) In a tournament, team 25, 1975 (3 games) In a tournament, individual 9, Jeff Long vs. Penn (2), Cornell (5) and Maryland (2) (5-21-75 - 5-31-75) In a tournament career, individual 20, Jeff Long (1974 - 1977)

Shots

In a game, team 75 vs. Penn (5-21-75) In a game, individual 13, Tim Paul at North Carolina (5-10-08) 13, Ian Dingman vs. Syracuse (5-31-04) In a tournament, team 175, 1975 (3 games) In a tournament, individual 32, Ian Dingman vs. Penn (7), Cornell (9), Princeton (3) and Syracuse (13) (5-16-04 - 5-31-04) In a tournament career, individual 42, Ian Dingman (2004, 2006-07)

In a game, team 28 vs. Brown (5-13-87) In a game, individual 26, Joe Donnelly vs. Brown (5-13-87) In a tournament, team 52, 1975 (3 games) In a tournament, individual 52, Bill Mueller vs. Penn (16), Cornell (17) and Maryland (19) (5-21-75 - 5-31-75) In a tournament career, individual 89, Jeff Johnson (1976 - 79) In a game, team 20 vs. Syracuse (5-31-04) In a game, individual 20, Chris Pieczonka vs. Syracuse (5-31-04) In a tournament, team 59 (2004) In a tournament, individual 55, Chris Pieczonka vs. Penn (8), Cornell (12), Princeton (15) and Syracuse (20) (5-16-04 - 5-31-04) In a tournament career, individual 78, Chris Pieczonka (2004-05)

Faceoffs Attempted

In a game, team 30 vs. Syracuse (5-31-04) In a game, individual 28, Chris Pieczonka vs. Syracuse (5-31-04) In a tournament, team 82 (2004) In a tournament, individual 75, Chris Pieczonka vs. Penn (15), Cornell (13), Princeton (19) and Syracuse (28) (5-16-04 - 5-31-04) In a tournament career, individual 109, Chris Pieczonka (2004-05)

Clears

Best clear pct in a game .917 (22-of-24) vs. Brown (5-14-94) Best clear pct. in a tournament .917 (22-of-24) vs. Brown (5-14-94)

Extra-Man Goals

In a game, team 3 vs. Syracuse (5-31-04), 3 vs. Penn (5-16-04) In a game, individual 2, Ian Dingman at North Carolina (5-13-07) 2, Joe Bossi vs. Penn (5-16-04) In a tournament, team 8 (2004) In a tournament, individual 3, Joe Bossi vs. Penn (2), Cornell (0), Princeton (0) and Syracuse (1) (5-16-04 - 5-31-04) In a tournament career, individual 4, Ian Dingman (2004, 2006-07)

Extra-Man Opportunities

In a game, team 9 vs. Brown (5-14-94) In a tournament, team 15 (2004) Best EMO percentage in a tournament .533 (8-of-15), 2004

Penalties

In a game, team 5 (Three Times; last at North Carolina, 5-13-07) In a game, individual 3, Brendan Teague at North Carolina (5-13-07) In a tournament, team 12 (2004) In a tournament, individual 3, Brendan Teague at North Carolina (5-13-07)

Miscellaneous

Most NCAA Tournament games played 9 by Stephen Hincks (1975 - 78) 9 by Brian McCormack (1975-78) Quickest goal to start a game 1:53 vs. Syracuse (5-31-04) Quickest back-to-back goals (two teams) 0:05 vs.Johns Hopkins (5-17-08) 1st qtr time remaining - 0:59 Steven Boyle (Johns Hopkins); 1st qtr. time remaining - 0:54 by Mikelis Visgauss (Navy) Quickest back-to-back goals (one team) 0:13 at Georgetown 1st qtr. time remaining - 9:35 by Ian Dingman (Navy); 1st qtr. time remaining - 9:22 by Jon Birsner (Navy)

Ground Balls

In a game, team 60 vs. Syracuse (5-31-04) In a game, individual 11, Chris Pieczonka vs. Syracuse (5-31-04) In a tournament, team 172, 2004 (4 games) In a tournament, individual 29, Chris Pieczonka vs. Penn (6), Cornell (5), Princeton (7) and Syracuse (11) (5-16-04 - 5-31-04) In a tournament career, individual 38, Chris Pieczonka (2004-05)

Ian Dingman hohlds the Navy record for most extra-man goals over his career in NCAA Tournament play. Dingman, a 2004 All-American, registered four man-up goals in the six NCAA Tournament contests in which he played.

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The History of Navy Lacrosse Of the 32 varsity sports which thrive at the Naval Academy, none surpasses lacrosse’s winning tradition that includes eight-consecutive National Championships among a total of 17 to date. Navy’s rich and storied heritage owes its origin to former Johns Hopkins players Frank Breyer and Bill Hudgins who volunteered in to help organize and coach Navy’s first collegiate team in 1908. Navy lacrosse owes its “Glory Years” largely to a Rutgers University graduate named Willis “Bildy” Bilderback whose record of nine National Championships in 14 years as head lacrosse coach is likely never to be matched. In addition to winning outright or sharing the collegiate national championship eight years in a row (1960-67), “Bildy’s” 1965 team was the first college team in 42 years to win both the National Collegiate Championship and the National Open Championship. More than 400 donors from the extended Navy lacrosse family composed of current and former players, coaches, trainers, equipment managers, team managers, and of course Navy lacrosse friends and parents around the globe made possible the Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame that opened in the summer of 2007. It honors heroes and champions who “carried a lacrosse stick” while they were Midshipmen, but it also signifies both the Naval Academy’s and the alumni’s commitment to support and extend Navy’s winning lacrosse tradition. Fittingly named after two superb gentlemen who left their indelible legacy in both the sport and Navy’s winning tradition, hundreds of heroes, champions, coaches and exceptional friends of Navy lacrosse have been enshrined. Included are two Medal of Honor recipients, 31 Navy Cross honorees, and 50 Silver Star winners among more than 400 former All-Americans in whose ranks are 13 National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductees, 10 state Lacrosse Halls of Fame members, and 21 National Individual Award winners. Many more Navy Lacrosse alumni are recipients of Distinguished Flying Crosses, Bronze Stars and Purple Hearts. James Carrington, has special recognition in the Bilderback-Moore Lacrosse Hall of Fame as both a player and coach as he remains the only Midshipman since 1850 to receive All-America honors in three sports (lacrosse, football, and swimming). Of course, among the four National Coaches of The Year recognized in the Bilderback-Moore Hall of Fame are National Lacrosse Hall of Fame members William H. “Dinty” Moore for whom Jim Carrington played, and Bildy, for whom Jim coached. Many Navy lacrosse players have “given back” to this sport in a variety of ways that have clearly helped

make lacrosse America’s fastest growing sport more than 100 years later! Among them are Ed Gibbons. Charlie Guy, the 1945 recipient of the Schmeisser Award, is one of nine Navy players to win the coveted award and also the former University of Virginia head coach who led the Cavaliers to their first National Championship. Jimmy Lewis ‘66 was the first college lacrosse player in Div. I history to win the Turnbull Award in three consecutive years and more than 40 years after graduating from the Academy, he is one of only three players to achieve the feat (Tim Nelson, Syracuse 1983-84-85; Michael Powell, Syracuse 2001-02-03-04). Glen Miles was the 1986 recipient of the MacLaughlin Award, named after Lt. j.g. Don MacLaughlin ’63, an All-American lacrosse player for the Midshipmen who was killed in action in Vietnam. Finally, the names Denny Wedekind ’65 and Mickey Jarboe 2000 are synonymous with some of the all-time greatest goalkeepers in lacrosse history, as both are two-time Kelly Award winners.

The Finlayson Years (1911-35)

On April 4, 1908, Navy played its first scheduled lacrosse game against its arch in-state rival still to this day, Johns Hopkins. The Blue Jays handed Navy its first lacrosse defeat, and the team finished the season 1-2. However, it took Navy only two years with Blue Jay mentors coaching to turn the tables on Johns Hopkins, winning 7-6 in 1910. Head Coach George Finlayson, took the reins as Navy’s extraordinary mentor from 1911-1935. He quickly brought Navy its first two undefeated seasons in 1912 and subsequently in 1914 (with a tie in each of those seasons). The outbreak of WWI led to the cancellation of the latter part of the lacrosse season in 1917, but ironically, the beginning of WWI also marked the start of a saga unique in college annals. Coach Finlayson expanded the cornerstone of Navy’s winning lacrosse tradition with seven undefeated seasons from 1917 through 1923 (one tie), a 40 game winning streak. In that seven–year span, Navy stood supreme among college lacrosse teams in the nation. In 1920, Navy surrendered just six goals in nine games, the launching of Navy’s reputation for outstanding individual and team defense. The following year, Navy’s defense was stout, giving up three goals in seven games and turning in five shutouts, while its powerful offense scored 84 goals. Coach Finlayson piloted the Mids through two more unbeaten seasons, but in 1924, Navy’s in-state rival Maryland handed the Mids their first defeat in eight years, 5-3. The highlight of the 1924 lacrosse

Anchored by First-Team All-American and Hall of Famer Art Spring, the 1928 team claimed Navy’s first lacrosse National Championship under the direction of George Finlayson.

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season was Navy’s first game against, and victory over, its top rival- Army. The Mids beat the Black Knights 5-0 at West Point, handing Army its only loss that season. Finlayson’s 1925 and ’26 lacrosse teams dominated with back-to-back undefeated seasons. In just the second game played between Army and Navy, the Mids handed the Cadets their only loss, 3-2. Although low scoring, the 1925 game was described in a radio broadcast as “the most tense, the most thrilling, the most beautiful athletic contest ever seen on a field of sport.” By the end of the 1926 season, Coach Finlayson had eleven undefeated seasons (including three with one tie), but had not yet won a National Championship. In 1928, Navy shared its first National Championship with Johns Hopkins, Maryland and Rutgers, followed by its second in 1929 when Navy and Union College were both presented gold medals. George Finlayson completed his Navy coaching career in 1935 with a remarkable 82.9 winning percentage (140-25-10) over 25 years, second only to Navy’s Willis Bilderback who recorded an 83.0 winning percentage (131-26-2) between 1959-72. His record of 13 unbeaten seasons is unprecedented!

The Moore Years (1936-58)

Dinty Moore, a lacrosse icon, founder and coach of St. John’s College lacrosse, succeeded Finlayson in 1936. Over the next 23 years, Moore added six national lacrosse championships and national coach of the year honors to his stellar resume. His 1938 squad registered a 7-0 slate to claim the Wingate Trophy which the USILA first awarded in 1936 to the collegiate national champion. It took only four years for Moore’s Mids to reach the top again, as his 1943 squad won the national title outright. R.J. Booze ’44 established an Academy record for goals in a game with eight in a 20-6 victory over Drexel, a varsity record that has not been equaled in the years since. Navy won or shared the national title five times in the next dozen-year span from 1943 through 1954. In 1945, the Mids were forced to settle for a co-championship with arch rival Army after battling the Cadets to a 7-7 deadlock at the end of two overtime periods. Two-time All-American and team captain Charlie Guy became the first recipient of the Schmeisser Memorial Cup in 1945, awarded to the outstanding defenseman in the nation. Navy responded the following season by reclaiming the Wingate Trophy outright, finishing the 1946 season 8-1. Hopkins was their only loss, but the Mids triumphed over Army 12-10. Stewart McLean became college lacrosse’s first recipient of the Jack Turnbull Memorial Award in 1947, given to the most outstanding attackman in the nation. James “Lee” Chambers was only a plebe on that ’46 championship squad, but his contributions earned him First-Team All-American honors. Chambers was also named a First-Team All-American twice again before he graduated with numerous other awards including the Navy Sword for the most outstanding athlete in the graduating class. Captain of the ’49 Midshipmen, Chambers led the squad through a perfect 11-0 season; however, Navy was forced to share the title that year with the Blue Jays. The 1949 recipient of the Turnbull Trophy, Chambers’ 143 goals scored over four seasons still stands as a Navy record. After a four year absence from the spotlight, Moore’s 1954 squad made winning the national championship appear comparatively simple. The Mids opended the season with an 18-0 rout of Washington College, followed by a 21-2 thrashing of Harvard, and a 23-1 dumping of Penn State. Maryland fell to Navy 12-7, and that five goal spread was the closest any team would come to the Mids in a perfect 10-0 season. While the winning may have seemed easy on the


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field, the coaching took on a new angle—literally— during a mid-season contest with Duke. One of Dinty’s own attackmen accidentally hit him on the sideline as players went out of bounds, breaking the coach’s leg. Only after Navy had disposed of the Blue Devils, 17-3, was Moore carried to a hospital for treatment. He was confined to bed for three months, and permitted to use a wheelchair only once weekly. From that wheelchair, Dinty coached his ’54 team to a national title over Army. Ten members of his team were accorded All-American honors, including firstteam selection Stanley Swanson, another Navy defenseman awarded the Schmeisser Cup. Moore had three undefeated squads during his career, with his teams losing only 10 games in his final five seasons. Dinty retired after the ’58 campaign, taking with him an impressive 23-year record of 159 wins, 50 losses and two ties. He helped mold 146 AllAmericans, while his teams were outright national champs four times and co-champs twice. He was Navy Lacrosse’s ambassador and head coach who did it for the love of both the game and his players’ work ethic.

The Bilderback Years (1959-72)

It was the “Glory Years” or “Decade of Dominance” in Navy lacrosse, an era never to be equaled. The 1960s belonged, undeniably, to Navy. Plebe coach for 12 years, Willis Bilderback, or Bildy, succeeded Moore in 1959. From 1960-1967, the Midshipmen won eight consecutive national championships, winning outright in ’60, ’62 ’63,’64, ’65, and ‘66, and sharing it in ’61 with Army, while in ’67, Navy stood alongside Hopkins and Maryland as the tri-champions. During that eightyear span, Navy produced a 79-8 (.908) record and a decade mark of 96-14-1 (.869). The Mids won 25-consecutive games beginning with a season-opening victory over Rutgers on March 28, 1964, and ending four games into the 1966 campaign season. Coach Bilderback won his first national title in 1960, and coincidentally his last in 1970. This Decade of Dominance as many observers refer to it, had its underpinnings in team defense from goalies, close

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finale was in front of an estimated 14,000 fans as Navy posted an 18-7 win over Army during June week and finished the season undefeated at 10-0. No opponent kept Navy from scoring in double figures all season, not even the perennial national open club champion Mount Washington Lacrosse Club. The Mounties had former collegiate All Americans three deep on their bench and even in their coaching ranks. Regardless, Navy won 11-10 to capture the first, and last, double national championship for a college team in 42 years. The ’65 team also has the distinction of being the only team in the history of the game to have the nation’s best goalkeeper, defenseman and attackman, while boasting the highest vote-getting AllAmerican midfielder. When pressed by the media to name his greatest team, at the end of his coaching career, Bildy said it had to be ’65, but he had so many great teams and players that ranking them isn’t fair to all…. The remarkable “House of Winners” built by Bildy, had a gold medal gable roof of national champions. Navy’s ’60 and ’70 teams were the left and right stanchions, while at the peak were two teams with incredible records. The ’64 and ’65 team finished with undefeated seasons, winning 22-consecutive games, outscoring their opponents during that period, 345-97. Supporting the pinnacle of the roof is the ’65 team, Navy’s all-time dominant college squad. The 1965 team’s 11-goal victory over Army (18-7) remains the largest margin in 99 years of Navy lacrosse against the Black Knights. Jimmy Lewis ‘66 was the first college lacrosse player in Div. I history to win the Turnbull Award in three consecutive years and more than 40 years after graduating from the Academy, he is one of only three players to achieve the feat (Tim Nelson, Syracuse 1983-84-85; Michael Powell, Syracuse 2001-02-0304). His senior year began with Navy’s 18-3 thrashing of Washington College and ended with a convincing 16-7 defeat of Army. Navy’s 1966 national champion team left no room for doubt. The talent that graced Navy’s rosters during the golden age reads like a Who’s Who in College

A member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame, Jimmy Lewis is one of only three players in the history of college lacrosse to win the Turnbull Award in three-consecutive years (1964-65-66).

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James Carrington, the winner of Navy’s Sword for Men in 1947, is the institution’s only threesport All-American (lacrosse, football and swimming).

defensemen and waves of midfielders. His goal tenders received the Kelly Award four times as the best in the nation. His defensemen received the Schmeisser Cup as the nation’s best five times. Some say he redefined the game by combining recruits with prior experience and superior stick skills gained in high and prep school with a surprisingly large number of so-called in-house recruits among Navy’s highlycompetitive and often nationally-ranked football teams. He was famous for virtually molding raw athletic talent in four years or less into All-American lacrosse players who hadn’t played before entering the Naval Academy. This mix of players resulted in exceptionally hard-hitting teams of athletes who often won games over opponents possessing greater team stick skills, but less physical prowess. While the late Don MacLaughlin starred at midfield on three of Bildy’s national championship teams, no award existed in the 1960s for the best midfielder in the country. Today, the annual MacLaughlin Award is presented to the nation’s top midfielder. MacLaughlin was killed in action while flying jets over Vietnam. The MacLaughlins personified the offensive star talent whom Bildy recruited from high school for attack and midfield. His scorers won the Turnbull award four times as the best attackmen in the U.S., and four of his team captains received the highest votes in ’60, ’62, ’64, and ’65 among First-Team All-American midfielders. With All-American ’59 team captain Ed Gibbons knocked out early in the season by a broken leg suffered in practice during a collision with All-American ’60 team captain Dick Pariseau, Navy finished a modest 6-3 in 1959. In just his second year, Bildy’s 1960 squad finished with an unblemished 10-0 slate and reigned atop the lacrosse world for the first time since 1954. To add to Navy’s delight, it also came at the expense of Army thanks largely to All-American and Navy Sword winner Karl Rippelmeyer. That year, Bildy received the Touchstone Award as the Div.I National Coach of the Year. As was the case in Bildy’s first year as mentor, eight of his players received All-America honors, including midfielder Hank Chiles, who later became a four Star Admiral, the senior officer among all military career lacrosse alumni in more than half a century. It was only the beginning of a dynasty Bilderback built with Navy winning nine titles from 1960 through 1970. In 1961, the Mids swept through their first nine opponents before the Black Knights of the Hudson handed Navy its first loss (10-8) in the season finale. As a result, the Mids and Black Knights stood together as Co-National Champions. All-American Tom Mitchell received the Turnbull Award as the nation’s top attackman, leading the Mids to their second-consecutive title. Team captain Neil Reich led the defense and received First-Team All-America recognition. From 1962 until the end of the ’66 campaign, the Mids lost just three games while claiming five consecutive outright national championships. This record still stands in college lacrosse as the longest string of consecutive outright national titles won by a team. The ’62 squad turned in a 10-1 record, downing Army again to claim the title. The ’63 team extended Navy’s dominance with an 8-1 season, and another sole national championship despite being upset 11-9 by Army at home in the season finale. Navy was once again the class of college lacrosse in ’64 finishing 100. Team defense was still the cornerstone of Navy’s play, as the Mids’ closest game was a 9-4 win over Army at West Point. The debut of Jimmy Lewis, Navy’s all-time greatest player, was felt by opponents as Army was the only team that season to hold the Mids under double figures. All-American and team captain Pete “The Shot” Taylor was the Mids’ top-scoring midfielder in leading the Mids to the Wingate Trophy. The following year was no different as the ’65 season belonged to Navy from day one. The season


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The History of Navy Lacrosse Lacrosse. In addition to the marvelous Lewis at attack, Navy claimed the best defensemen in the nation from 1963-65. In ’63, Mike Coulghlin, and eventual National Hall of Famer, was awarded the Schmeisser Cup, with his classmate Jim Campbell claiming it in ’64, followed by Pat Donnelly in ’65. In addition, Navy boasted the best goalkeeper in the nation all three years with Dennis Wedekind winning the Kelly Award in both ’63 and ’65. The ‘67 Midshipmen finished the year 7-1, trinational champs with Johns Hopkins and Maryland and a program-record 11 players received All-America recognition. A year later, two-time First-Team AllAmerican Carl Tamulevich became Navy’s seventh recipient of the Schmeisser award, and would later be inducted in the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Team co-captains Mac Ogilvie, who shared the Kelly Award in ’68, and John McIntosh, a two-time First-Team AllAmerican midfielder, led the ’68 team to a 5-2-1 record. Had Maryland’s two-goal margin or the tie with Army have gone Navy’s way, Bildy would have won his unbelievable ninth consecutive national championship. The 1969 campaign was another “what if” season. Despite having six All-Americans, Navy stumbled in April, allowing Princeton an upset by two goals, but immediately recovered to beat powers Maryland, Virginia and Hopkins in the next three weeks. Army then denied the Mids a piece of the national title by handing Navy a season finale 14-4 loss. The Mids surged again to the top of college lacrosse in 1970. All-American keeper Len Supko won the Kelly Award and anchored the Mids’ team defense along with All-American Schmeisser Award winner Greg Murphy. All-American midfielder and team captain Harry MacLaughlin led the Mids on offense, and his team to Navy’s ninth title under Bilderback in 11 years. Navy beat Virginia by four goals during the season but lost by two goals to Hopkins, finishing the year 8-1, and sharing the title with Virginia and Hopkins. In 1971, Navy advanced to the semifinals of the inaugural NCAA Tournament. Six players received AllAmerican honors and the team won 10 games, losing only to UVA during the regular season. After beating Maryland by five goals during the regular season, Navy lost to the Terps 10-7 on their field during the

first round of the NCAA Tournament. In Bildy’s final year as head coach, his team earned another NCAA Tournament berth, but ended in a double overtime upset by Cortland State, 10-9. Four of his players were named to All American teams, just as 88 of his players had been in years before, with 32 of them receiving 1st team honors. In 1972, Bildy completed his 14th season, compiling the most amazing record in stick history. His teams fashioned a 13126-2 record (.830). Health reasons caused Bilderback to retire. “The greatest experience of my life has been coaching the midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy,” Bildy said in a letter to the Athletic Director. “It is a way of life that is extremely difficult to end.” Few coaches at any level of any sport have come close to or matched Bildy’s national championship records, none is more respected and loved by his players.

The Szlasa Years (1973-82)

Although a storied era had ended with Bildy’s retirement, the tradition of winning and excellence would be sustained. For the next decade, lacrosse at Navy would continue to produce winners, and at the head of it all was Dick Szalsa. Over the next decade, Szalsa would direct the Midshipmen to 10-consecutive NCAA Tournament berths, a feat no other Navy lacrosse coach can boast. Navy won six of its nine regular-season games in 1975 and advanced to the championship game, where a tough Terrapin team doused the Mids’ hopes for a national title. The banner season did not go unrecognized, however, as Szalsa was the recipient of the Touchstone Award for Coach of the Year and John Lawlor won the Schmeisser Cup. It was also about the time an attackman by the name of Jeff Long began to make his presence known. Long earned Third-Team All-America recognition in 1975 and recorded a school-record nine assists in a victory over Hofstra the following year, garnering second-team honors. But his best was yet to come. Although Navy was defeated in the 1977 national semifinals, Long established himself as one of the greatest attackmen ever to play the game. Earning First-Team All-America honors as a senior, Long’s name is splashed across the record pages for most assists in a game (nine), season (53) and career (149), while also standing as Navy’s all-time career scoring leader with 233 points. In 1978, Mike Buzzell appeared on the All-America team for the first time, registering a school-record 13 points in a single game. The following year he also grabbed the medal for most points in a season with 85. Szalsa ended his tenure following the ‘82 season where he finished with an 85-44 record, along with a decade of memories of yet another great era in Navy lacrosse history.

The Matthews Years (1983-94)

Coach Bilderback and team captain Brian Lantier guided the Midshipmen to the 1965 National Championship behind a 12-0-0 record.

When Bryan Matthews accepted the position of head lacrosse coach at Navy, his record and reputation as a winner preceded him. After taking the reins in 1983, Matthews’ early teams struggled amidst the competition, but soon returned to winning form. The ‘86 Mids darted out to a perfect season before dropping the final three games of the season. Navy received its first invitation to the NCAA Tournament since 1982, falling to Virginia by a 12-9 margin in the second round. But the Mids were back to stay, and Matthews earned the Touchstone Award for the second time in his career. Midfielder Glen Miles received the MacLaughlin Award as the nation’s top midfielder while appearing on the All-America roster for the thirdconsecutive year. The ‘87 Midshipmen ended the season with a 9-4 mark and the most victories for a Navy squad since

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Three-time All-American Brian Keith led the Mids to back-to-back-toback NCAA Tournament appearances that featured wins in all three first-round games.

1979. Johns Hopkins edged the Mids, 10-9, in the final regular-season game, but Navy was tournamentbound. Five Midshipmen were named to the AllAmerica roster that year. Paul Basile set an NCAA Tournament record for assists in a playoff game with eight. Navy’s national championship hopes were thwarted by Syracuse, who rolled past the Mids, 19-5, en route to claiming the title. The following year saw Navy finish the regular season with a 7-4 record before downing Harvard in the first round of the tournament and again falling to Syracuse in the finals. Navy’s squad of 1989 advanced to the NCAA playoffs for the fourth-consecutive year. Named to the AllAmerica first team was junior Brian Keith at midfield, the first Midshipmen to receive top honors since 1986. Among the regular-season victories was a 21-1 thrashing of Army to tie the largest margin of victory ever in an Army-Navy matchup. The Mids played host to Penn in the opening round of the tournament, earning a 21-11 victory and a trip to the Dome to once again face the top-ranked Orangemen. Although the result, a defeat, was the same for the third-straight year, Navy never gave up the fight. The Orangemen handled Navy in the end, 18-11, on their way to another title. Basile closed out his career as the Mids’ third all-time career scoring leader. Navy made NCAA appearances from 1992-94 and six more Mids were named All-Americas under Matthews. The 1994 season would be the final season under Matthews’ direction and Richie Meade became only the seventh head coach in the history of the sport at Navy.

The Meade Years (1995-present)

Meade's first year (1995) saw Navy go 6-6 as both the team and coach adjusted to a new system. Midfielder Andy Ross earned Honorable Mention AllAmerica status in the process. In 1996, the Mids finished a disappointing 4-8, but hopes were not dashed as several young players gained valuable experience for the years to come. Once again, Ross was Navy’s offensive catalyst and earned Honorable Mention AllAmerica recognition for the second-straight year.


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Steve and Billy Looney each received three AllAmerica certificates as members of the Mids’ lacrosse team, while Brendan Looney was the backbone of Navy’s workmanlike defense.

Richie Meade led the Mids back to the NCAA Championship Game in 2004, beating Penn, Cornell and Princeton en route to a finals matchup against Syracuse. 12-4 record, claimed their second-consecutive Patriot League Tournament title and made a return trip to the NCAA Tournament as the fifth seed. Navy defeated Delaware in the opening round of the postseason tournament, winning back-to-back first-round NCAA Tournament games for the first time since the 1987, ‘88 and ‘89 seasons. Seven of Navy’s last eight games of the season were against nationally-ranked opponents. The Mids posted a 4-3 record against the seven ranked foes that featured a pair of victories over arch rival Army. The Midshipmen also posted a 9-8 win over Maryland, their first win over the Terps in Annapolis since 1985. It also marked the first time since 1980 and ‘81 in which Navy has won back-to-back contests against Maryland. Nine Midshipmen were named to AllPatriot League teams, while six players garnered AllAmerica honors. In 2006, Navy fought its way back to the NCAA Tournament for a third-consecutive year routing 14thranked North Carolina, defeating arch rival and nationally-ranked Army twice and picking off fourthranked Maryland on its home field. Despite winning a share of its third-straight Patriot League regular-season crown, Navy was forced to defend its title on neutral territory where the Mids cruised past Lehigh and Army to win their third-consecutive Patriot League Tournament and earned the league’s automatic bid to play Georgetown in the NCAA Tournament. Eleven Midshipmen were named to All-Patriot League teams with seniors Jon Birsner and Matt Russell picking up Offensive Player and Goalkeeper of the Year awards, respectively. Additionally, five players garnered All-America recognition, including second-teamer Billy Looney. Navy opened the 2007 season by winning its first eight games, including an astonishing 19-8 victory over fifth-ranked North Carolina at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. The Mids went on to earn wins over Patriot League foes Colgate and Bucknell, while capturing their 12th consecutive win over Army. Navy head coach Richie Meade was selected the Patriot League Coach of the Year for the second time after leading the Mids to the league’s title and a 6-0 conference record. Winning its four straight Patriot League regular season crown, the Mids crushed Army in the opening round of the league tournament, 12-1, before picking up a 15-9 win over Colgate to claim their fourth straight Patriot League Tournament title. Navy drew North Carolina in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament, but were tripped up by the Tar Heels in Chapel Hill.

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Once again it was Billy Looney and Jordan DiNola who were acknowledeged by the coaches, as the duo earned All-America recognition. Looney was named to the first team, the first Navy player to earn the honor since Graham Gill in 2005. The 2008 campaign saw Navy reach the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament riding a stifling defense that was ranked No. 3 in the country. Anchoring the defense was three-time All-American and Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year Jordan DiNola. Meanwhile, Honorable Mention All-American Nick Mirabito represented as young an offensive unit in recent memory for the Mids. Teaming up with sophomore attackman Tim Paul, the duo provided the Mids with a 1-2 punch and led the Mids to a first-round NCAA Tourney win over North Carolina. For the sixth straight year, Meade led the Mids to double-digit wins, as Navy produced an 11-5 record in 2009. Along the way, Navy defeated Georgetown, Maryland and Army in the same season for the first time since 2004, while the Midshipmen claimed their fifth Patriot League Tournament title in six years. Team captain and Honorable Mention All-American Andy Tormey anchored a Navy defense that was among the top in the country, including the No. 1ranked man-down defense. Meanwhile, Tim Paul took Honorable Mention All-America honors as the offensive leader. In 2010, Meade and the Navy lacrosse program finally shed a years-long burden of defeating Johns Hopkins. Junior attackman Andy Warner will be remembered for his goal with 10 seconds remaining in overtime that snapped a 36-game losing streak to the Blue Jays in front of a home crowd at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. The Mids once again qualified for the Patriot League Tournament, their seventh-consecutive appearance, and were led by Honorable Mention AllAmerican and Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year sophomore RJ Wickham. And so the tradition of excellence continues. A tradition of excellence that began more than 100 years ago lives on. From that first game in 1908 to the last, a rich and storied history that thrives. A legacy that includes some of the greatest names ever to play or coach the game. An era of national championships that may never be matched. From modest beginnings to national domination, Navy lacrosse.

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The 1997 and ‘98 campaigns turned in average results with 6-4 and 7-6 records, respectively. A positive to the ‘98 campaign was the resurgence of Navy’s dominance over Army. After losses in 1996 and ‘97, Navy claimed an 11-5 victory over its arch rival, sparking a current seven-year winning streak on the part of the Midshipmen. In 1999, Navy broke through with a 7-7 campaign which included its first NCAA Tournament berth since 1994. The Mids followed up with a 9-4 season in 2000, including a 5-1 record as a member of the ECAC Lacrosse League, the first year in which Navy affiliated itself with a conference. During both campaigns, Navy was led by First-Team All-American and Kelly Award-winning goalie Mickey Jarboe. Jarboe proved that he was one of the best keepers ever to play for Navy. Chad Donnelly teamed up with Jarboe to create the cornerstone of a tremendous defense. Donnelly was a three-time All-American for the Mids at close defense. The next two years were solid seasons for the Mids, turning in 8-5 records in 2001 and ‘02. But in 2003, Navy produced a 6-7 reocrd, its first season posting a sub-.500 record since the ‘96 squad turned in a 4-8 mark. Just a calendar year later, Meade and his staff put together a group of players which will undoubtedly be remembered in the record books for many years to come. The 2004 edition of Navy lacrosse produced seven All-Americans, the most since 1975, and made an appearance in the National Championship Game against Syracuse for just the second time in program history. Along the way, Navy captured its first win over a No. 1-ranked team, a 9-6 decision over Maryland, and tied the school record for consecutive wins with nine. Meade was the recipient of the Morris Touchstone Memorial Award, given to the nation’s coach of the year, while sophomore Matt Russell earned the Kelly Award as the top goalkeeper in the country. Navy eclipsed nearly every expectation. The Mids, who finished the year ranked No. 2, weren’t even ranked at the start of the 2004 campaign. Despite being short-handed and banged up most of the 2005 campaign, the Midshipmen produced a


USILA Championship Teams

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Navy’s 17 National Champion Teams Year 1928 1929 1938 1943 1945 1946 1949 1954 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1970

Coach George Finlayson George Finlayson William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback

Record 7-1-1 9-0-0 7-0-0 7-1-0 6-2-1 8-2-0 11-0-0 10-0-0 10-1-0 9-2-0 10-1-0 8-1-0 10-0-0 12-0-0 11-1-0 9-2-0 11-1-0

Postseason USILA Quad-National Champion USILA National Champion USILA National Champion USILA National Champion USILA Co-National Champion USILA National Champion USILA Co-National Champion USILA National Champion USILA National Champion USILA Co-National Champion USILA National Champion USILA National Champion USILA National Champion USILA National Champion USILA National Champion USILA Tri-National Champion USILA Tri-National Champion

1928 USILA Quad-National Champions Record: 7-1-1

Head Coach: George Finlayson Captain: Howard Ransford 3-31 New York W 7-3 4-14 Georgia Tech W 14-1 4-21 Lehigh W 11-0 4-25 Virginia W 19-0 4-28 Colgate W 14-1 5-5 at Maryland L 2-3 5-12 Johns Hopkins W 5-3 5-19 Randolph-Macon W 9-2 6-2 at Army T 4-4

1929 USILA National Champions Record: 9-0-0

Head Coach: George Finlayson Captain: Elliott Parish Jr. 3-30 New York W 11-0 4-6 Randolph-Macon W 13-1 4-13 Lehigh W 11-1 4-20 Lafayette W 17-1 4-27 Georgia Tech W 14-0 5-4 at Syracuse W 6-3 5-11 Penn State W 7-4 5-18 Penn W 7-4 6-1 Maryland W 4-3

Scoring Leader • Elliott Parish Jr., 23 Goals

All-Americans • Elliott Parish Jr., First Team • Arthur (Art)Spring, First Team • William Allen, Alternate • William (Bill) Cashman, H. Mention • Robert (Benny) Haven, H. Mention • David Welsh, H. Mention

Scoring Leader • Elliott Parish Jr., 16 Goals

All-Americans • Arthur (Art) Spring, First Team • James Kiernan, Alternate • Howard Ransford, Alternate • William (Bill) Cashman, H. Mention • Elliott Parish Jr., H. Mention

1938 USILA National Champions Record: 7-0-0

Head Coach: William “Dinty” Moore Captain: Frank Case Jr. 4-2 Dartmouth W 11-4 4-9 Harvard W 13-2 4-16 Princeton W 8-3 4-23 at Yale W 14-4 5-14 Maryland W 8-7 5-21 Penn W 14-0 5-28 at Army W 10-3 Scoring Leader • Stuart Miller., 13 Goals

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All-Americans • Nathaniel (Nat) James, First Team • Stuart (Stew) Miller, First Team • Heber (Butch) Player, First Team • Frank Case Jr., Second Team • Raymond (Ray) DuBois, Third Team • Richard (Chuck) Bowers, H. Mention • Charles Hendrix, H. Mention • Stephen (Steve) Mann, H. Mention • George Muse, H. Mention • Maurice (Mike) Rindskopf, H. Mention


USILA Championship Teams

1943 USILA National Champions Record: 7-1-0

Head Coach: William “Dinty” Moore

Scoring Leader

W 20-6 W 8-1 W 7-4 W 4-2 L 6-7 W 9-8 W 16-3 W 12-5

• • • • • •

Robert (Bobby) Booze, First Team Gordon (Bud) Ochenrider Jr., First Team John (Jack) Laboon, Second Team Clyde Siegfried, Second Team Raymond (Ray) Strassle, Second Team Warren Montgomery, H. Mention

• Gordon Ochenrider Jr., 16 Goals

1945 USILA Co-National Champions Record: 6-2-1

Head Coach: William “Dinty” Moore Captain: Charles Guy 3-31 New York 4-14 Georgia Tech 4-21 Lehigh 4-25 Virginia 4-28 Colgate 5-5 at Maryland 5-12 Johns Hopkins 5-19 Randolph-Macon 6-2 at Army

Scoring Leader

W W W W W L W W T

7-3 14-1 11-0 19-0 14-1 2-3 5-3 9-2 4-4

• Hubert (Herb) Stiles, 12 Goals

1946 USILA National Champions Record: 8-2-0

Head Coach: William “Dinty” Moore Captain: Edgar Hanson 4-13 Swarthmore 4-20 Johns Hopkins 4-27 Penn State 4-29 Duke 5-1 Syracuse 5-4 at Cornell 5-11 Mt. Washington L.C. 5-15 Maryland 5-18 Cornell 5-25 at Army

Scoring Leader

W 13-0 L 12-9 W 14-4 W 7-3 W 20-4 W 24-5 L 9-10 W 11-4 W 25-4 W 12-10

• James (Lee) Chambers II, 33 Goals

All-Americans

• James (Jim) Carrington, First Team • James (Lee) Chambers II, First Team • Edgar Hanson, First Team • George (Eli) Kirk, Second Team • Arthur (Art) Markel, Second Team • Stewart (Stu) McLean, Second Team • Donald (Don) Haggerty, H. Mention • Donald (Don) Houck, H. Mention • Robert (Bob) Metzger, H. Mention

Major Award Winners

• Stewart (Stu) McLean, Turnbull Award

All-Americans • • • • • • • • •

John (Jack) Albright, First Team Charles (Charlie) Guy, First Team Hubert (Herb) Stiles, First Team William Graham, Second Team Edgar Hanson, Second Team Ferdinand (Freddy) Koch, Second Team Ernest (Ernie) Litty, Second Team James (Jim) Carrington, H. Mention John (Jack) Haupt, H. Mention

Major Award Winners

• Charles Guy, Schmeisser Award

1949 USILA Co-National Champions Record: 11-0-0

Head Coach: William “Dinty” Moore Captain: James (Lee) Chambers II 4-4 Williams College W 14-3 4-6 Harvard W 18-2 4-9 Virginia W 13-2 4-13 Duke W 13-7 4-16 Yale W 13-4 4-23 Maryland W 14-4 4-30 at Penn State W 19-7 5-7 at Princeton W 11-8 5-14 Penn W 20-4 5-21 Swarthmore W 18-3 5-28 Army W 14-5

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Scoring Leader

• James (Lee) Chambers II, 39 Goals

All-Americans • • • • • • •

James (Lee) Chambers II, First Team Philip (Phil) Ryan, First Team Richard (Dick) Seth, First Team Stephen (Steve) Schoen, Second Team Robert (Bob) Sivinski, Second Team Milton (Milt) Allen, H. Mention John Stinson, H. Mention

Major Award Winners

• James Chambers II, Turnbull Award • Richard Seth, Kelly Award

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All-Americans


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1954 USILA National Champions Record: 10-0-0

Head Coach: William “Dinty” Moore Captain: John (Jack) Jones Jr. 4-3 Washington College W 18-0 4-8 Harvard W 21-2 4-10 at Virginia W 14-3 4-14 Penn State W 23-1 4-17 at Maryland W 12-7 4-24 Duke W 17-3 5-1 Princeton W 13-4 5-8 Johns Hopkins W 12-3 5-15 Penn W 15-5 5-29 at Army W 9-3

Scoring Leader

• Robert (Bob) Pirie, 23 Goals

All-Americans • • • • • • • • • •

William (Bill) Hunter, First Team Stanley (Stan) Swanson, First Team John (Jack) Jones Jr., First Team John Raster, Second Team John (Jack) Horner, Third Team William (Bill) Hoover, Third Team Jo Brendel, Honorable Mention William (Bill) Hargrave, H. Mention Robert (Bob) Pirie, H. Mention Simon (Si) Ulcickas, H. Mention

Major Award Winners

• John (Jack) Jones, Kelly Award • Stanley (Stan) Swanson, Schmeisser Award

1961 USILA Co-National Champions Record: 9-2-0

Head Coach: Willis Bilderback Captain: Neal Reich 4-1 Rutgers 4-8 Penn State 4-12 Washington College 4-15 at Princeton 4-22 at Virginia 4-29 Maryland 5-6 Duke 5-13 at Johns Hopkins 5-20 Baltimore 5-27 Mt. Washington L.C. 6-3 Army

W 12-3 W 16-5 W 18-5 W 10-5 W 8-7 W 9-7 W 17-2 W 15-9 W 12-10 L 10-15 L 8-10

Scoring Leader

• Thomas (Tom) Mitchell, 27 Goals

All-Americans

• Thomas (Tom) Mitchell, First Team • Neal Reich, First Team • Donald (Don) Chinn, Second Team • George Huffman, Second Team • John (Jack) Prudhomme, H. Mention • George Tracy, H. Mention

Major Award Winners

• Thomas (Tom) Mitchell, Turnbull Award

1960 USILA Co-National Champions Record: 10-1-0

Head Coach: Willis Bilderback

Captain: Richard (Dick) Pariseau 4-2 at Rutgers W 15-2 4-6 Penn State W 17-3 4-9 Washington College W 19-0 4-16 Princeton W 16-5 4-23 Virginia W 9-2 4-30 at Maryland W 15-14 5-7 Duke W 18-5 5-14 Johns Hopkins W 15-7 5-21 Baltimore W 10-3 5-28 Mt. Washington L.C. L 7-11 6-4 at Army W 10-7

Scoring Leader

• Karl Rippelmeyer, 31 Goals

All-Americans

• Richard (Dick) Pariseau, First Team • Karl Rippelmeyer, First Team • John (Jack) Prudhomme, Second Team • Neal Reich, Second Team • Henry (Hank) Chiles, Third Team • George Huffman, H. Mention • Thomas (Tom) Mitchell, H. Mention • Malcolm (Mickey) Reeves, H. Mention

Major Award Winners

• Willis Bilderback, Touchstone Award

1962 USILA National Champions Record: 10-1-0

Head Coach: Willis Bilderback Captain: Roger Kisiel 3-31 at Rutgers 4-7 Harvard 4-14 Princeton 4-21 Virginia 4-28 at Maryland 5-2 Washington College 5-5 Duke 5-12 Johns Hopkins 5-19 Baltimore 5-26 Baltimore L.C. 6-2 at Army

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W 17-6 W 17-4 W 13-3 W 11-8 W 22-12 W 16-1 W 16-2 W 16-11 W 15-8 L 13-16 W 8-5

Scoring Leader

• Donald (Don) MacLaughlin Jr., 18-21-39 (G-A-P)

All-Americans • • • •

Roger Kisiel, First Team Frederick (Fred) Lewis, First Team George Tracy, First Team Donald (Don) MacLaughlin, Second Team • John (Pete) Taylor, Third Team • John Newton, H. Mention


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Head Coach: Willis Bilderback Captain: George Tracy 3-30 Rutgers 4-6 Washington College 4-13 at Princeton 4-20 at Virginia 4-27 Maryland 5-4 Duke 5-11 at Johns Hopkins 5-18 Baltimore 6-1 Army

Scoring Leader

W W W W W W W W L

13-3 12-2 9-6 10-3 17-9 15-2 10-5 19-7 9-11

• Donald (Don) MacLaughlin Jr., 18-6-24 (G-A-P)

All-Americans

• Michael (Mike) Coughlin, First Team • Donald (Don) MacLaughlin, First Team • George Tracy, First Team • John Newton, Second Team • John (Pete) Taylor, Second Team • William (Pat) Donnelly, H. Mention • Joseph (Joe) Fossella, H. Mention • Arnold Glassner, H. Mention • Dudley (Dud) Hendrick, H. Mention • Brian Lantier, H. Mention

Major Award Winners

• Michael (Mike) Coughlin, Schmeisser Award • Dennis Wedekind, Kelly Award

1965 USILA National Champions Record: 12-0-0

Head Coach: Willis Bilderback Captain: Brian Lantier 4-3 Mt. Washington L.C. 4-7 Harvard 4-10 at Princeton 4-17 Duke 4-24 Maryland 4-28 Washington College 5-1 at Hofstra 5-8 at Johns Hopkins 5-15 Virginia 5-22 Baltimore 5-29 Philadelphia L.C. 6/-5 Army

W W W W W W W W W W W W

11-10 16-1 17-9 19-2 13-7 22-1 19-2 15-6 13-5 22-5 14-5 18-7

Scoring Leader

• James (Jimmy) Lewis, 27-36-63 (G-A-P)

All-Americans • • • • • • •

William (Pat) Donnelly, First Team Neil Henderson, First Team Brian Lantier, First Team James (Jimmy) Lewis, First Team Stewart (Stew) Overton, Second Team Patrick (Pat) Philbin, Second Team Dennis Wedekind, Second Team

Major Award Winners

• William (Pat) Donnelly, Schmeisser Award • James (Jimmy) Lewis, Turnbull Award • Dennis Wedekind, Kelly Award

1964 USILA Co-National Champions Record: 10-0-0

Head Coach: Willis Bilderback Captain: John (Pete) Taylor 3-28 at Rutgers W 4-4 Washington College W 4-11 Princeton W 4-18 Duke W 4-25 at Maryland W 5-2 Virginia W 5-9 Johns Hopkins W 5-16 Baltimore W 5-23 Philadelphia L.C. W 5-30 at Army W

20-3 13-4 16-1 16-2 11-7 12-4 15-3 16-4 18-8 9-4

Scoring Leader

• James (Jimmy) Lewis, 27-20-47 (G-A-P)

All-Americans • • • • • • •

James (Jim) Campbell, First Team Michael (Mike) Coughlin, First Team James (Jimmy) Lewis, First Team John (Pete) Taylor, First Team Dennis Wedekind, Third Team Brian Lantier, H. Mention Robert (Bob) Sutton, H. Mention

Major Award Winners

• James (Jim) Campbell, Schmeisser Award • James (Jimmy) Lewis, Turnbull Award

1966 USILA National Champions Record: 11-1-0

Head Coach: Willis Bilderback Captain: Owen McFadden 4-2 Washington College 4-6 Baltimore L.C. 4-9 Princeton 4-16 Mt. Washington L.C. 4-23 at Maryland 4-27 Hofstra 4-30 at Virginia 5-7 Duke 5-14 Johns Hopkins 5-21 Baltimore 5-28 Philadelphia L.C. 6-4 at Army

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W W W L W W W W W W W W

18-3 15-4 14-9 11-12 11-9 11-2 14-3 22-3 12-7 18-2 15-2 16-7

Scoring Leader

• James (Jimmy) Lewis, 24-35-59 (G-A-P)

All-Americans • • • • •

Howard (Howie) Crisp, First Team James (Jimmy) Lewis, First Team Richard (Dick) Salmon, First Team Owen McFadden, Second Team Malcolm (Mac) Ogilvie, H. Mention

Major Award Winners

• James (Jimmy) Lewis, Turnbull Award

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USILA Championship Teams

1967 USILA Tri-National Champions Record: 9-2-0

Head Coach: Willis Bilderback

Captain: Samuel (Al) Davey 4-1 Syracuse W 18-4 4-5 Harvard W 15-1 4-8 at Princeton W 12-6 4-15 Mt. Washington L.C. (2OT) L 8-9 4-22 Maryland W 10-8 4-29 at Virginia W 8-3 5-4 Australian All-Stars W 17-14 5-13 at Johns Hopkins L 6-9 5-20 Baltimore W 19-2 5-27 Philadelphia L.C. W 15-4 6-3 Army W 7-5

Scoring Leader

• John Bodine, 21-13-34 (G-A-P)

All-Americans • • • • • • • • • • •

Samuel (Al) Davey, First Team John McIntosh, First Team Carl Tamulevich, First Team James (Jim) Mixon, Second Team John Bodine, H. Mention Dennis Colin, H. Mention Henry (Hank) Giffin, H. Mention Robert (Bob) Havasy, H. Mention Malcolm (Mac) Ogilvie, H. Mention Joseph (Joe) Schwanebeck, H. Mention Dennis Yatras, H. Mention

1970 USILA Tri-National Champions Record: 11-1-0

Head Coach: Willis Bilderback

Captain: Henry (Harry) MacLaughlin 4-4 Washington College W 13-4 4-11 Princeton W 16-1 4-18 Duke W 16-2 4-25 at Maryland W 11-7 5-2 Virginia W 12-4 5-9 Johns Hopkins W 15-3 5-16 Baltimore W 16-4 5-23 Philadelphia L.C. W 18-8 5-30 at Army W 9-4

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Scoring Leader

• Tom Herbert, 14-19-33 (G-A-P)

All-Americans

• Henry (Harry) MacLaughlin, First Team • Gregory (Greg) Murphy, First Team • Leonard (Len) Supko, First Team • Karl Schwelm, Third Team • Edward (Ed) Tempesta, Third Team

Major Award Winners

• Gregory (Greg) Murphy, Schmeisser Award • Leonard (Len) Supko, Kelly Award


National Award Winn ers National Lacrosse Hall of Fame Members Players Competition Fred Billing 1923-25 Royce Flippin 1923-26 Morris Gilmore 1908-11 Arthur (Art) Spring 1928-30 James (Lee) Chambers II 1946-49 James (Jimmy) Lewis 1964-66 Carl Tamulevich 1966-68 Donald Albertson 1923-26 Michael (Mike) Buzzell 1977-80 Michael (Mike) Coughlin 1962-64 Karl Rippelmeyer 1958-60 George Tracy 1961-63 Jeff Long 1974-77

Mike Coughlin

William C. Schmeisser Award

Stanley Swanson

Presented to the nation’s top defenseman • First awarded in 1942 Team Record GA Scoring Def. 1945 Charles Guy 6-1-1 16 2.00 1954 Stanley Swanson 10-0 31 3.10 1955 John Raster 9-1 44 4.40 1963 Michael Coughlin 8-1 48 5.33 1964 James Campbell 9-0 32 3.56 1965 William (Pat) Donnelly 10-0 45 4.50 1968 Carl Tamulevich 5-2-1 39 4.88 1970 Gregory Murphy 8-1 43 4.78 1975 John Lawlor 10-5 157 10.47

Stewart McLean

Thomas Mitchell

Lt. Col. Jack Turnbull Memorial Award

Percy Williams

Presented to the nation’s top attackman • First awarded in 1946 Team Record G 1946 Stewart McLean 8-2 18 1949 James Chambers II 11-0 39 1955 Percy Williams Jr. 9-1 24 1961 Thomas Mitchell 9-1 27 1964 James Lewis 9-0 27 1965 James Lewis 10-0 27 1966 James Lewis 9-0 24 1980 Michael Buzzell 7-4 29

Lt. Donald MacLaughlin Jr. Award

Presented to the nation’s top midfielder • First awarded in 1973 Team Record G 1986 Glen Miles 8-4 23

Mike Buzzell

James Lewis

Royce Flippin

Richard Seth

Mickey Jarboe

Ens. C. Markland Kelly Award

P 18 39 24 31 47 63 59 50

A 30

P 53

Matt Russell

Presented to the nation’s top goalkeeper • First awarded in 1949 Team Record GAA GA 1949 Richard Seth 11-0 ----1954 John (Jack) Jones Jr. 10-0 ----1963 Dennis Wedekind 9-0 ----1965 Dennis Wedekind 10-0 ----1968 Malcolm Ogilvie 5-2-1 ----1970 Leonard Supko 8-1 ----1999 Mickey Jarboe 7-7 8.57 116 2000 Mickey Jarboe 9-4 6.09 76 2004 Matt Russell 12-4 6.69 103

Willis Bilderback

A ------4 20 36 35 21

Jeff Long

Dick Szlasa

Morris Touchstone Memorial Award

Sv% ------------65.0 64.8 57.6

SV ----77 97 119 86 215 140 140

Richie Meade

Presented to the national coach of the year • First awarded in 1958 Team Record Scoring Off. Scoring Def. 1960 Willis Bilderback 10-1 14.40 4.80 1975 Dick Szlasa 10-5 12.13 10.47 1986 Bryan Matthews 8-4 12.42 9.75 2004 Richie Meade 15-3 12.28 7.06

Team USA 1978 1986 1990 1998 1998 2002

Jeff Long, A Jeff Long, A Glen Miles, M Jeff Long, Asst. Coach Andy Ross, M Andy Ross, M

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Carl Tamulevich

Induction 1962 1966 1968 1971 1975 1981 1989 1990 2000 2006 2007 2008 2009


Navy’s All-Americans

Dick Dole

Vance Hull

The Elite All-Americans

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Four-Time Honoree (3) Albertson, Donald (Bruno) Chambers, James (Lee) Herger, Michael (Mike)

Three-Time Honoree (33) Amatuccio, Nicholas (Nick) Bayly, David (Dave) Billing, Fred Buzzell, Michael (Mike) Carrington, James (Jim) Carter, John (Jack) Chanenchuk, Michael (Mike) DiNola, Jordan Donnelly, Joseph (Joe) Donnelly, Chad Gazze, Sylvius (Syl) Heyward, Shannon James, Nathaniel (Nat) Keith, Brian Lantier, Brian Lawlor, John Lewis, James (Jimmy) Long, Jeffrey (Jeff) Looney, Stephen (Steve) Looney, William (Billy) McLaughlin, Michael (Mike) Miles, Glen Ogilvie, Malcolm (Mac) Ripplemeyer, Karl Ross, Andy Russell, Matthew (Matt) Ryan, Phillip (Phil) Seth, Richard (Dick) Slough, Jamie Spring, Arthur (Art) Taylor, John (Pete) Tracy, George Wehman, Richard (Rich) 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1923 1923 1923 1923 1923 1923 1923 1923

Richard (Dick) Dole Emery (Swede) Larson Vincent (Vin) Conroy Warren Parr John (Jack) Connor James (Scott) Laidlaw Albert (Terry) Morehouse Harry Smith Edward (Ted) Titus

Fred Billing Zeus (Zeke) Soucek Vincent (Vin) Conroy Carl Cullen Donald (Bruno) Albertson Robert (Bob) Bertschy Robert (Bob) Coleman William (Bill) Hamilton

1923-24-25-26 1946-47-48-49 1987-88-89-90 1986-87-88 1972-73-74 1923-24-25 1978-79-80 1945-46-47 1956-57-58 1977-78-79 2006-07-08 1986-87-88 1998-99-00 1925-26-27 1955-56-57 1937-38-39 1988-89-90 1963-64-65 1973-74-75 1964-65-66 1975-76-77 2004-05-06 2005-06-07 1979-80-81 1984-85-86 1966-67-68 1958-59-60 1995-96-97 2004-05-06 1948-49-50 1947-48-49 1992-93-94 1928-29-30 1962-63-64 1961-62-63 1981-82-83 First Team First Team Third Team Third Team HM HM HM HM HM

First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Third Team HM HM HM

1924 1924 1924 1924 1924 1924 1924 1924 1925 1925 1925 1925 1926 1926 1926 1926 1927 1927 1927 1927 1928 1928 1928 1928 1928 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1930 1930 1930 1930 1931 1931 1931 1932 1932 1932 1932 1933 1933 1933 1934 1934 1935 1935 1935 1936 1936 1936

Bill Porter

Norvell Ward

Donald (Brun) Albertson First Team Fred Billing First Team Arthur (Arch) Barnes Second Team Robert (Bob) Coleman Third Team Edmund (Ted) Taylor Third Team Robert (Bob) Bertschy HM Carl Cullen HM Edmund (Brooks) Dascomb HM Donald (Bruno) Albertson Fred Billing Edmund (Ted) Taylor Sylvius (Syl) Gazze Donald (Bruno) Albertson Royce Flippin Delbert (Bill) Williamson Sylvius (Syl) Gazze Sylvius (Syl) Gazze Robert (Vance) Hull James (Jim) Lucier Delbert (Bill) Williamson Arthur (Art) Spring James Kiernan Howard Ransford William (Bill) Cashman Elliott Parish Jr. Elliott Parish Jr. Arthur (Art) Spring William Allen William (Bill) Cashman Robert (Benny) Haven David Welsh William Allen Arthur (Art) Spring Harold (Joe) Bauer Richard (Dick) Conn

First Team First Team Second Team HM

First Team First Team First Team Second Team First Team First Team Alternate Alternate First Team Alternate Alternate HM HM First Team First Team Alternate HM HM HM First Team First Team HM HM

George (Buck) James Samuel Moncure Thomas Rogers

First Team Alternate HM

Glover Ferguson John Condon James (Jim) Reedy

First Team HM HM

Robert (Bill) Porter George (Buck) James Samuel Moncure Glover Ferguson

John Condon Norvell Ward

Norvell Ward William (Bill) Clark Kenneth (Ken) Schacht Ralph Smith John (Curt) Kelly Archie Soucek

First Team Alternate Alternate HM

Alternate Alternate

First Team HM HM First Team Alternate Alternate

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Archie Soucek

Stew Miller

All-Time First-Team All-Americans by School

Johns Hopkins 177 Maryland 111 Navy 105 Syracuse 89 Army 83 Princeton 72 Virginia 62 Cornell 46 Rutgers 35 North Carolina 34 St. John’s 23 Duke 22 Yale 20 Hobart 13 Penn 13 Brown 12 Dartmouth 12 RPI 11 Washinton & Lee 10 Loyola 9 Union College 9

Harvard Hofstra Massachusetts Swarthmore Washington College Colgate Georgetown Stevens Inst. Tech. Univ. Baltimore Drexel Lehigh Penn State Towson Albany City College of NY Delaware UMBC New York Univ. N.C. State Notre Dame Springfield Stony Brook

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937

John (Curt) Kelly John Mehlig Archie Soucek Ralph Smith Nathaniel (Nat) James

1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939

Nathaniel (Nat) James Charles (Chuck) Hendrix Stuart (Stew) Miller Edmund (Ed) Gillette Allen (Al) Bergner John (Jack) Munson William (Bill) Ruhe

1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938

1940 1940 1940 1940 1941 1941 1941 1941

Nathaniel (Nat) James Stuart (Stew) Miller Heber (Butch) Player Frank Case Raymond (Ray) DuBois Richard (Dick) Bowers Charles (Chuck) Hendrix Stephen (Steve) Mann George Muse Maurice (Mike) Rindskopf

Edmund (Ed) Gillette Allen (Al) Bergner James (Jimmy) Headrick David (Dave) Moore Francis (Frank) Brady Harry Kelley Richard (Dick) Lazenby Gordon Wiley

8 8 8 8 7 5 5 5 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

First Team First Team First Team Alternate HM

First Team First Team First Team Second Team Third Team HM HM HM HM HM

First Team First Team Second Team Third Team HM HM HM

Second Team HM HM HM

First Team Third Team HM HM


Navy’s All-Am ericans

Frank Brady

Hilly Hume

Donovan Kniss

1946 1946

1948 1948 1948 1948 1948 1949 1949 1949 1949 1949 1949 1949

Charlie Guy was named a First-Team AllAmerican in 1945, leading the Mids to a share of the National Championship. 1942 1942 1942 1943 1943 1943 1943 1943 1943 1944 1944 1944 1944 1945 1945 1945 1945 1945 1945 1945 1945 1945 1946 1946 1946 1946 1946 1946 1946

Francis (Frank) Brady Robert (Bobby) Booze Irad (Blair) Oxley

First Team HM HM

Robert (Bobby) Booze First Team Gordon (Bud) Ochenrider First Team John (Jack) Laboon Second Team Clyde Siegfried Second Team Raymond (Ray) Strassle Second Team Warren (Monty) Montgomery Third Team Vincent (Vince) Anania Hillis (Hilly) Hume Willard (Bill) Bonwit Charles (Charlie) Guy

John (Jack) Albright Charles (Charlie) Guy Hubert (Herb) Stiles William Graham Edgar Hanson Ferdinand (Freddy) Koch Ernest (Ernie) Litty James (Jim) Carrington John (Jack) Haupt

James (Jim) Carrington James (Lee) Chambers II Edgar Hanson George (Eli) Kirk Arthur (Art) Markel Stewart (Stu) McLean Donald (Don) Haggerty

1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1952

HM HM

James (Jim) Carrington James (Lee) Chambers II Arthur (Art) Markel Stewart (Stu) McLean Robert (Bob) Metzger Richard (Dick) Seth

Second Team Second Team Third Team HM HM HM

James (Lee) Chambers Philip (Phil) Ryan Richard (Dick) Seth Stephen (Steve) Schoen Robert (Bob) Sivinski Milton (Milt) Allen John Stinson

First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team HM HM

James (Lee) Chambers II Philip (Phil) Ryan Charles (Chuck) Coulter Richard (Dick) Seth Robert (Bob) Sivinski

Philip (Phil) Ryan Lee Bendell Robert (Bob) Burch William (Bill) Rassieur Stephen (Steve) Schoen Lawrence (Larry) Treadwell

Robert (Bob) McDonald William (Billy) Earl Joseph (Joe) Fitzpatrick Charles (Chet) McDonough Lawrence (Larry) Treadwell Robert (Bob) McDonald

First Team Second Team Third Team Third Team HM

First Team HM HM HM HM HM

Third Team HM HM HM HM

Second Team

1952 1952 1952 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1954 1954 1954 1954 1954 1954 1954 1954 1954 1954 1955 1955 1955 1955 1955 1955 1955 1956 1956 1956

John Raster

Robert (Bob) Burch John Roepke William (Bill) Deale

Simon Ulcickas

Third Team HM HM

Donovan (Don) Kniss Walter (Walt) Hubbell Richard (Dick) Wright William (Bill) Deale William (Bill) Hunter William (Bill) Hargrave John Roepke John (Jack) Horner Abram (Abe) Snively Stanley (Stan) Swanson John (Jack) Jones Jr.

First Team Second Team Third Team HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM

John Raster Simon Ulcickas Percy Williams Ronald (Ron) Beagle Shannon Heyward William (Bill) Martin Edmund (Eddie) Turner

First Team First Team First Team Second Team HM HM HM

William (Bill) Hunter Stanley (Stan) Swanson John (Jack) Jones Jr. John Raster John (Jack) Horner William (Bill) Hoover Jo Brendel William (Bill) Hargrave Robert (Bob) Pirie Simon (Si) Ulcickas

Ronald (Ron) Beagle Clifford (Cliff) Eley Shannon Heyward

First Team First Team First Team Second Team Third Team Third Team HM HM HM HM

Second Team Second Team Third Team

First Team First Team Alternate Alternate

First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team HM HM First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team HM

James Chambers was named a First-Team All-American in 1946, ‘48 and ‘49 and was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1975.

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1947 1947 1947 1947 1947 1947

Donald (Don) Houck Robert (Bob) Metzger

Philip Ryan


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1956 1956 1956 1956 1956 1957 1957 1957 1957 1957 1957 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1958 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1960 1960 1960 1960

Neal Reich

Don MacLaughlin

George Warren James (Jim) Blanchard John (Jack) Carter Lawrence (Larry) Goldstein Jerry Johnston

Third Team HM HM HM HM

John (Jack) Carter Second Team Lawrence (Larry) Goldstein Second Team Shannon Heyward Third Team Stanley (Stan) Bass HM Clifford (Cliff) Eley HM George Warren HM Robert (Bob) Byng John (Jack) Carter Leo Gies Gene McKenzie Milan Moncilovich Edwin (Ned) Oldham Karl Rippelmeyer

James (Jim) Murphy Karl Rippelmeyer Eugene (Gene) Fitzpatrick Edward (Ed) Gibbons Richard (Dick) Pariseau Malcolm (Mickey) Reeves Howard (Hod) Wells Russell (Russ) Whipps Richard (Dick) Pariseau Karl Rippelmeyer John (Jack) Prudhomme Neal Reich

HM HM HM HM HM HM HM

Second Team Second Team HM HM HM HM HM HM

First Team First Team Second Team Second Team

1960 1960 1960 1960 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1961 1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1962 1963 1963 1963 1963 1963 1963 1963 1963 1963 1963 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965 1966 1966 1966 1966 1966

All-American Dennis Wedekind was the 1963 and ‘65 recipient of the Ens. C. Markland Kelly Award.

1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1967 1968 1968

Pat Donnelly

John McIntosh

Henry (Hank) Chiles George Huffman Thomas (Tom) Mitchell Malcolm (Mickey) Reeves

Third Team HM HM HM

Thomas (Tom) Mitchell Neal Reich Donald (Don) Chinn George Huffman John (Jack) Prudhomme George Tracy

First Team First Team Second Team Second Team HM HM

Michael (Mike) Coughlin Donald (Don) MacLaughlin George Tracy John Newton John (Pete) Taylor William (Pat) Donnelly Joseph (Joe) Fossella Arnold Glassner Dudley (Dud) Hendrick Brian Lantier

First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team HM HM HM HM HM

Roger Kisiel Frederick (Fred) Lewis George Tracy Donald (Don) MacLaughlin John (Pete) Taylor John Newton

James (Jim) Campbell Michael (Mike) Coughlin James (Jimmy) Lewis John (Pete) Taylor Dennis Wedekind Brian Lantier Robert (Bob) Sutton William (Pat) Donnelly Neil Henderson Brian Lantier James (Jimmy) Lewis Stewart (Stew) Overton Patrick (Pat) Philbin Dennis Wedekind Howard (Howie) Crisp James (Jimmy) Lewis Richard (Dick) Salmon Owen McFadden Malcolm (Mac) Ogilvie

Dave Bayly

First Team First Team First Team Second Team Third Team HM

First Team First Team First Team First Team Third Team HM HM

First Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team First Team First Team First Team Second Team HM

Samuel (Al) Davey First Team John McIntosh First Team Carl Tamulevich First Team James (Jim) Mixon Second Team John Bodine HM Dennis Colin HM Henry (Hank) Giffin HM Robert (Bob) Havasy HM Malcolm (Mac) Ogilvie HM Joseph (Joe) Schwanebeck HM Dennis Yatras HM John McIntosh Malcolm (Mac) Ogilvie

Len Supko

First Team First Team

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Three-time All-American Pete Taylor was a member of the 1962, ‘63 and ‘64 National Championship Navy teams. 1968

Carl Tamulevich

1970 1970 1970 1970 1970

Henry (Harry) MacLaughlin Gregory (Greg) Murphy Leonard (Len) Supko Karl Schwelm Edward (Ed) Tempesta

1969 1969 1969 1969 1969 1969

1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1972 1972 1972 1972 1973 1973 1973 1974

Henry (Harry) MacLaughlin John Padgett John (Chris) Everett Leonard (Len) Supko Edward (Ed) Tempesta Dennis Yatras

Karl Schwelm Michael (Denny) Supko Robert (Bob) Pell Steven (Steve) Soroka Patrick (Pat) Lee John McFarland David (Dve) Bayly Patrick (Pat) Lee Robert (Bob Pell Charles (Chuck) Voith David (Dave) Bayly John (Jake) Lawlor Kim McCauley John (Jake) Lawlor

First Team

First Team First Team Third Team Third Team HM HM First Team First Team First Team Third Team Third Team

Second Team Second Team Third Team Third Team HM HM Third Team Third Team Third Team HM HM HM HM

First Team


Navy’s All-Am ericans

Mike McLaughlin

1974 1974 1974 1974

1976 1976 1976 1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1980 1980 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1986

Joseph (Joe) Avveduti Raymond (Ray) Finnegan David (Dave) Bayly Robert (Bob) DeSimone Robert (Bob) Desimone John (Jake) Lawlor Jeffrey (Jeff) Long Martin (Marty) Mason William (Bill) Mueller Paul Gustin Stephen (Steve) Soules Jeffrey (Jeff) Long Stephen (Steve) Soules Robert (Jeff) Connelly William (Bill) Mueller Samuel (Skip) Miller

Jeffrey (Jeff) Long Samuel (Skip) Miller Michael (Mike) Chanenchuk William (Bill) Claridge Robert (Bob) Holman

Second Team Second Team Third Team HM First Team First Team Third Team Third Team Third Team HM HM

Second Team Second Team Third Team Third Team HM First Team Third Team HM HM HM

Brendan Schneck First Team Michael (Mike) Buzzell Second Team Brian McCormack Third Team Michael (Mike) Chanenchuk HM Stephen (Steve) Hincks HM Jeffrey (Jeff) Johnson HM Jeffery (Jeff) McKee HM

Jamie Slough

1986 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1993

Chad Donnelly

Joseph (Joe) Donnelly Nicholas (Nick) Amatuccio Paul Basile Joseph (Joe) Donnelly Michael (Mike) Herger Frank Snyder Michael (Mike) Herger Nicholas (Nick) Amatuccio Joseph (Joe) Donnelly Brian Keith Brian Keith Michael (Mike) Herger Paul Basile Shan Byrne Brian Keith Michael (Mike) Herger Dennis Nealon John Duthie John Quinn

Kevin Farrington Jamieson (Jamie) Slough Kevin Caradona Kevin Farrington Jamieson (Jamie) Slough John Tierney

HM HM HM HM HM HM

Second Team HM HM HM First Team Third Team HM HM

Second Team HM HM HM HM

Second Team HM Third Team Third Team Third Team HM

Michael (Mike) Buzzell First Team Michael (Mike) Chanenchuk Second Team Michael (Mike) McLaughlin Third Team Michael (Mike) Hannan HM Jeffrey (Jeff) Johnson HM Duncan Richardson HM Michael (Mike) Buzzell Michael (Mike) McLaughlin Rufus (Syd) Abernethy Ernest (Ernie) Styron Rufus (Syd) Abernethy Michael (Mike) McLaughlin John Korn Richard (Rich) Wehman William (Bill) Anderson John Korn Richard (Rich) Wehman Phillip (Phil) Skalniak Richard (Rich) Wehman Bruce Seitz Glen Miles Joseph (Joe) Papetti Glen Miles Joseph (Joe) Papetti

Glen Miles Nicholas (Nick) Amatuccio

Jamieson (Jamie) Slough

1996

Andrew (Andy) Ross

1995 1997 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004

2006 2006 2006 2006 2006

First Team First Team HM HM

2007 2007 2008 2008

HM HM HM

2009 2009

Third Team Third Team HM

2010 2010

Second Team Third Team

First Team HM

1994

2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005

First Team First Team HM HM

Second Team Second Team

Jordan DiNola

Two-time All-American Jon Birsner ‘06 helped lead the Mids to the National Championship game in 2004 and followed up with a quarterfinal matchup against Virginia in 2005.

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Tim Paul Third Team

Andrew (Andy) Ross

HM HM

Andrew (Andy) Ross

Third Team

Chad Donnelly

HM

Michael (Mickey) Jarboe Chad Donnelly Michael (Mickey) Jarboe Chad Donnelly Adam Borcz Adam Borcz

Gregory (Greg) Conklin

First Team HM

First Team Third Team HM

Second Team

Gregory (Greg) Conklin Christopher (Chris) Stebbings Matthew (Matt) Russell Ian Dingman Benjamin (Ben) Bailey Mitchell (Mitch) Hendler Joseph (Joe) Bossi Graham Gill Stephen (Steve) Looney Graham Gill Mitchell (Mitch) Hendler Matthew (Matt) Russell William (Billy) Looney Stephen (Steve) Looney Jonathan (Jon) Birsner

HM

HM HM

First Team Second Team Third Team Third Team HM HM HM

First Team First Team Second Team Third Team Third Team HM

Jonathan (Jon) Birsner William (Billy) Looney Matthew (Matt) Russell Jordan DiNola Stephen (Steve) Looney

Second Team Second Team Third Team HM HM

Jordan DiNola Nicholas (Nick) Mirabito

Second Team HM

William (Billy) Looney Jordan DiNola

Timothy (Tim) Paul Andrew (Andy) Tormey Patrick Moran Ryan (RJ) Wickham

First Team HM

HM HM HM HM

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1975 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975

Glen Miles


Naval Ac ademy Award Win ners Sword For Men

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Presented to the midshipman of the graduating class declared by the Association’s Athletic Committee to have personally excelled in athletics during his years of varsity competition (NOTE: “graduating class” requirement added in 1952) Players Harold Martin Howard Clark Royce Flippin Howard Ransford Bryan Swan Hugh Murray Allen Bergner Gordon Ochenrider Jr. James Carrington James Chambers II James Hunt Jr. Ronald Beagle Karl Rippelmeyer Don MacLaughlin James Lewis John McNallen Jeffrey Johnson Mickey Jarboe Adam Borcz Matt Russell

Year 1918 1920 1926 1928 1930 1934 1940 1943 1947 1949 1951 1956 1960 1963 1966 1971 1979 2000 2001 2006

Class 1919 1921 1926 1928 1930 1934 1940 1944 1948 1949 1951 1956 1960 1963 1966 1971 1979 2000 2001 2006

Adam Borcz

Ronald Beagle

Three-time All-American Karl Rippelmeyer was the recipient of the 1960 Sword for Men, leading the Mids to the national title with a 10-1-0 record.

Thompson Trophy Cup

Coaches’ Calvert Award

Presented to the midshipman, male or female, declared by the Association’s Athletic Committee to have done the most during the year for the promotion of athletics at the Naval Academy

Elliott Parish

John Bodine

Tommy Phelan

Players Donald Hamilton K.P. Gilchrist Emery Larson Fred Billing Elliott Parish Jr. William Clark Robert Dornin Carl Fellows Archie Soucek Edmond Gillette Jr. David Barksdale Philip Ryan William Earl Robert McDonald Donovan Kniss Henry Chiles Jr. John Hewitt John Bodine Daniel Pike Charles Voith Jamie Slough Tommy Phelan

Year 1912 1914 1922 1925 1929 1935 1935 1936 1937 1940 1945 1950 1951 1952 1953 1960 1962 1969 1970 1972 1994 2009

Class 1912 1914 1922 1925 1929 1935 1935 1936 1937 1940 1946 1950 1951 1952 1953 1960 1962 1969 1970 1973 1994 2009

Presented by the Naval Academy Athletic Association in honor of Vice Admiral James Calvert, Superintendent of the Naval Academy (1968-72), to the varsity letterman of the graduating class selected by the varsity coaches as having persevered the most in his or her career

Georgie Moore

Players Georgie Moore Arthur Athens John Quinn Jon Brianas

John Quinn

Jon Brianas

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Year 1976 1978 1991 2000

Class 1976 1978 1991 2000


Military Honors The lacrosse players of today recognize the heroic and devoted service of those who have come before us. Their examples of honor, courage and selfless service are aspirations for our competitive spirit on the playing fields. It is their fighting spirit and devotion to the ideals of our Academy and committed service to our country that serve for a model for our future naval service. The following are Navy lacrosse players who have been awarded our nations highest awards for Bravery in Battle. We recognize their courage and contribution for giving us the freedom we now enjoy.

Medal of Honor

For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of life, above and beyond the call of duty, in action involving actual conflict with an opposing armed force.

Rank and organization: Ensign, U.S. Navy. Born: 13 November 1891, Baltimore, Md. Accredited to: Maryland. G.O. No.: 177, 4 December 1915. Citation: For extraordinary heroism in battle, engagements of Vera Cruz, 21 and 22 April 1914. Posted on the roof of the Terminal Hotel and landing, Ens. McDonnell established a signal station there day and night, maintaining communication between troops and ships. At this exposed post he was continually under fire. One man was killed and three wounded at his side during the two day’s fighting. He showed extraordinary heroism and striking courage and maintained his station in the highest degree of efficiency. All signals got through, largely due to his heroic devotion to duty.

Harold William Bauer

Rank and organization: Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps. Born: 20 November 1908. Woodruff, Kan. Appointed from: Nebraska. Citation: For extraordinary heroism and conspicuous courage as Squadron Commander of Marine Fighting Squadron 212 in the South Pacific Area during the period 10 May 14 November 1942. Volunteering to pilot a fighter plane in defense of our positions on Guadalcanal, Lt. Col. Bauer participated in two air battles against enemy bombers and fighters outnumbering our force more than 2 to 1, boldly engaged the enemy and destroyed 1 Japanese bomber in the engagement of 28 September and shot down four enemy fighter planes in flames on 3 October, leaving a fifth smoking badly. After successfully leading 26 planes on an over-water ferry flight of more than 600 miles on 16 October, Lt. Col. Bauer, while circling to land, sighted a squadron of enemy planes attacking the U.S.S. McFarland. Undaunted by the formidable opposition and with valor above and beyond the call of duty, he engaged the entire squadron and, although alone and his fuel supply nearly exhausted, fought with his plane so brilliantly that four of the Japanese planes were destroyed before he was forced down by lack of fuel. His intrepid fighting spirit and distinctive ability as a leader and an airman, exemplified in his splendid record of combat achievement, were vital factors in the successful operations in the South Pacific Area.

Name Academy Capt. Morris D. Gilmore, USN Vice Adm. Edward O. McDonnell, USN Capt. Robert C. Starkey, USN Vice Adm. Lloyd J. Wiltse, USN Rear Adm. Herbert V. Wiley, USN Cmdr. William B. Ault, USN Rear Adm. Charles A. Buchanan, USN Rear Adm. Charles K. Bergin, USN Rear Adm. William H. Brockman Jr., USN Rear Adm. Thomas B. Klakring, USN Rear Adm. James R. Lee, USN Cmdr. Clair L. Miller, USN Lt. Cmdr. Egbert A. Roth, USN Brig. Gen. Fred D. Beans, USMC Lt. Cmdr. Alfred B. Tucker, III Capt. Thomas K. Bowers, USN Lt. Nathaniel M. Dial, USN Capt. Terrell A. Nisewaner, USN Capt. Kerfoot B. Smith, USN Maj. Gen. Marshall A. Tyler, USMC Cmdr. Philip H. Torrey Jr., USN Capt. Grafton B. Campbell, USN Capt. Robert E. Dornin, USN Capt. Harold H. Larsen, USN Capt. Kenneth G. Schacht, USN Capt. William C. Thompson Jr., USN Rear Adm. Norvell G. Ward, USN Mr. Charles H. Hutchins Capt. William B. Parham, USN Rear Adm. Maurice H. Rindskopf, USN Rear Adm. David M. Rubel, USN

Class 1911 1912 1914 1914 1915 1922 1926 1927 1927 1927 1928 1929 1929 1930 1931 1932 1932 1932 1933 1933 1934 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1936 1936 1938 1941

> USS LABOON honors the distinguished career of Silver Star recipient Capt. John Francis "Jake" Laboon ‘44, Chaplain Corps.

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Silver Star

For gallantry in action against an opposing armed force.

Name Academy Adm. Harold M. Martin, USN Vice Adm. Robert B. Pirie, USN Rear Adm. William H. Brockman, USN Rear Adm. Thomas B. Klakring, USN Rear Adm. Allen Smith Jr., USN Rear Adm. Delbert F. Williamson, USN Rear Adm. Neale R. Curtin, USN Brig. Gen. Fred D. Beans, USMC Rear Adm. Mell A. Peterson, USN Rear Adm. Allan B. Roby, USN Rear Adm. David L. Whelchel, USN Capt. Glover T. Ferguson, USN Lt. Gen. Henry W. Buse Jr., USMC Capt. Hugh Q. Murray, USN Capt. Ellis B. Rittenhouse, USN Capt. Robert E. Dornin, USN Capt. Stephen H. Gimber, USN Capt. William C. Thompson Jr., USN Rear Adm. Norvell G. Ward, USN Capt. Joseph H. Wesson, USN Col. Jean W. Moreau, USMC Capt. William B. Parham, USN Capt. John S. Schmidt, USN Capt. William S. Stewart, USN Rear Adm. Raymond F. Dubois, USN Capt. Stephen S. Mann Jr., USN Rear Adm. George R. Muse, USN Rear Adm. Maurice H. Rindskopf, USN Capt. Charles N. Hendrix, USN Capt. William J. Ruhe, USN Capt. Russell S. Crenshaw Jr., USN Capt. Frank A. Andrews, USN Capt. Laurence B. Green, USN Lt. Cmdr. George T. Weems, USN Rear Adm. John M. Barrett, USN Capt. John F. Laboon, Jr., CHC, USN Mr. Robert G. Tobin Jr., USN Rear Adm. Henry D. Arnold, USN Col. Lee R. Bendell, USMC Col. William C. Martin, USAF Maj. Gen. John I. Hopkins, USMC Cmdr. Ralph C. Schwartz, USN Brig. Gen. James D. Beans, USMC Capt. John M. Quarterman Jr., USN Capt. Michael B. O’Connor Jr., USN Capt. John P. Costello, II, USN Gen. Charles C. Krulak, USMC Col. Jeffrey A. Gaugush, USMC Mr. Simone J. Pace Mr. Joseph K. Taussig, III Cmdr. Jeffrey Rocker, USN

Class 1919 1926 1927 1927 1927 1927 1928 1930 1930 1930 1930 1933 1934 1934 1934 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1936 1936 1937 1937 1938 1938 1938 1938 1939 1939 1941 1942 1942 1942 1943 1944 1948 1950 1950 1955 1956 1956 1957 1961 1962 1964 1964 1965 1965 1966 1979

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Edward Orrick McDonnell

Navy Cross

For extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an opposing armed force.


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Abernethy, Rufus S. III Abernethy, Rufus S. III Abernethy, Thomas S. Adams, Christopher C. Adams, John W. (MGR) Ahlert, Joseph C. Ahn, Benjamin B. Alberts, Edward A. Albertson, Donald G. Albi, Frank P. (JV Coach) Albright, John J. Jr. Alexander, James T. Alfieri, Keith A. Alford, Oliver P. Allegretti, Joseph J. Allen, Milton N. Allen, Scott A. Allen, William Y. Jr. Amatuccio, Nicholas J. Anania, Vincent J. Andersen, Robert J. Anderson, Howard T.E. Anderson, William M. Andrews, Frank Andrews, Frank A. Andrews, Timothy Antle, William S. Jr. Anzelone, Darren R. Arena, Anthony S. Armbruster, Robert L. Jr. Arnold, Henry C. Arnold, Henry D. Arthur, William S. Astle, Jay C. (MGR) Athens, Arthur J. Atwood, Christopher R. Aubrey, Norbert E. Jr. Ault, William B. Avveduti, Joseph P. Jr. Ayres, William T. Jr.

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1981 1981 1978 1985 1958 1977 2002 1985 1926 2005 1946 1910 1996 1922 1961 1949 1984 1930 1988 1945 1943 1934 1982 1984 1942 1988 1940 1993 2010 1997 1951 1950 1929 1995 1978 2001 1943 1922 1974 1974

78-79-80-81 78-79-80-81 76-77 82-83-84-85 58 75 00-01-02 84-85 23-24-25-26 05 44-45 09-10 95-96 19-20 61 47-48-49 81-82-83-84 28-29-30 85-86-87-88 44 41-42 34 80-81-82 84 41 85-86-88 40 92-93 07-10 97 50 48-49-50 28-29 95 75-76 01 42 21-22 72-73-74 73-74

A member of the Class of 1995, Rob Bailey amassed 107 points on 70 goals and 37 assists and stands 22nd on the Mids’ all-time scoring list.

<< B >> Bacigalupo, Thomas M. 1987 Back, Adrian G. Jr. 1946 Bagby, Robert G. 1944 Bailey, Benjamin C. 2004 Bailey, Robert O. 1995 Baker, Rosser O. Jr. 1984 Bakke, Thomas N. 1952 Baldwin, Gary A. 1963 Balish, Thomas 1961 Ball, Andrew F. 1999 Ballinger, Andrew J. 1998 Bandy, Robert F. 1966 Barger, Victor A. 2007 Barksdale, David A. 1946 Barnard, Christopher C. 2006 Barnes, Arthur D. 1924 Barrett, John M. 1943 Bartkowski, Michael S. 1983 Basile, Paul M. 1989 Bass, Stanley A. 1957 Bassett, Bradley A. 1954 Battcock, Martin M. (JV coach)2003 Battle, Robert H. 2010 Bauer, Harold W. 1930 Bayer, Frederick B. III 1968 Bayly, David E. 1974 Beagle, Ronald G. 1956 Beakley, Wallace M. 1924 Beal, Andrew J. 2000 Beans, Fred D. 1930 Bedell, Porter F. 1933 Beggins, Michael R. 2009 Beggs, Edwin S. Jr. 1935 Begley, Christopher M. 2004 Beinbrink, Jeffrey R. 1967 Bellistri, Jeffrey M. 1986 Belt, Richard W. Jr. 1943 Bendell, Lee R. 1950 Benko, Colin W. 2009 Benzing, Donald J. Jr. 1980 Bergin, Charles K. 1927 Bergner, Allen A. 1940 Bernet, Albert E. Jr. 1926 Berry, Russell E. Jr. (MGR) 1963 Bertrand, Charles H. 1995 Bertschy, Robert S. 1924 Bianchi, James F. 1981 Bianchi, Robert T. 1983 Biggar, William 1954 Billing, Fred C. 1925 Bird, Horace V. 1933 Birsner, Jonathan M. 2006 Bitter, Matthew J. 2009 Blanchard, James W. Jr. 1956 Blaney, Brian J. 2000 Blandin, Victor A. 1941 Boardman, Kevin R. 1994 Bodine, John H. 1969 Boller, Robert L. 1919 Bonacci, Joseph R. 1990 Bond, Richard W. 1942 Bonwit, Willard R. 1945 Booze, Robert J. 1944 Borcz, Adam H. 2001 Borcz, Alexander N. 1999 Born, Howard E. 1932 Bosanko, Jared W. 2004 Bossi, Joseph R. 2004 Bousa, Vincent P. 1979 Bower, Thomas T. 1914 Bowers, Richard H. 1938 Bowers, Thomas K. 1932 Boyle, Evan 2008 Bradley, Michael F. 1979 Brady, Francis X. 1943 Brandenburg, Wilbur S. Jr. 1958 Branham, Hugh M. 1910 Brannigan, Patrick J. 1981

86-87 44-45 42-43 01-02-03-04 92-93-94-95 81-82 51-52 63 59 97-98-99 95-97-98 64-65-66 05-06-07 44-45 04-05-06 24 42 80-81-82-83 86-87-88-89 55-56-57 54 03 09-10 28-30 68 72-73-74 54-55-56 23-24 99-00 29 33 07-08-09 35 02 65-66 84-85 42 49-50 06-07 77-78-79-80 27 38-39-40 25-26 63 92-93-94-95 23-24 78-80-81 80-81-82-83 54 23-24-25 33 03-04-05-06 06-07-08-09 55-56 99-00 39 91-92-93-94 67-68-69 18 87 41 43-44 42-43 98-99-00-01 96-97-98-99 31-32 03-04 02-03-04 76-77-78 12-13-14 36-37-38 31-32 05-07-08 77 41-42 56 08-09-10 80-81-82

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Robert Bianchi was a four-year letterwinner for the Mids and captain of the 1983 squad. Navy’s MVP award is named in his honor. Brauser, Jeffrey C. (MGR) Bray, Joseph A. Jr. Brendel, Jo Brianas, Jonathan T. Britton, Edward T. III Brockman, William H. Jr. Brosnan, Jake L. Brower, David A. (MGR) Brown, Arthur K. Brown, Lawrence S. Brown, Louis E. Brown, Malcolm C. II Brown, William D. Bucks, Marc B. Bulfinch, Kent R. Burch, Robert M. Burgin, Christopher C. Burke, Jeffrey D. Burke, Mark C. Burrough, Horace III Burt, Mattison A. Jr. Burton, Talisin H. Buse, Frederick R. Buse, Henry W. Jr. Butsko, Frank Buzzell, Michael A. Byerly, David H. Byng, Robert H. Byrne, Barry J. Byrne, Shan M.

2011 1951 1954 2000 1958 1927 2010 1974 1995 1932 1990 1946 1924 2009 1940 1952 1978 1976 1999 1920 1956 2001 1920 1934 1961 1980 1921 1959 1960 1989

<< C >> Calabrese, Thomas M. 1984 Campbell, Grafton B. 1935 Campbell, James H. 1933 Campbell, James J. 1964 Campbell, Marvin G. 1989 Campbell, Michael J. (Coach)2010 Campbell, Norwood A. 1930 Canders, Michael F. 1977 Caouette, Thomas H. 1971 Caradona, Kevin N. 1993 Carey, Jeremy S. 1998 Carey, William J. Jr. 1939 Carpenter, Stephen W. 1935 Carpenter, William M. (MGR) 1940

09 49-50-51 53-54 98-99-00 56-57-58 26-27 07-08-09-10 73 93-94-95 32 89-90 43-45 23-24 06-07 40 50-51-52 75-76-77 74 95-96-98-99 18-19 55-56 00 19 33-34 61 77-78-79-80 20-21 57-58 59-60 86-87-88-89 81-82-83-84 35 33 64 87-88-89 09-10 28-29-30 75-76-77 68-69-70 90-91-92-93 95 38-39 35 40


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Carrington, James H.H. 1948 Carroll, John L. 1947 Carson, Aubrey W. 1958 Carson, Joseph M. 1925 Carson, Robert R. 1948 Carstens, Paul D. 1973 Carter, Arthur M. Jr. 1943 Carter, John R. Jr. 1958 Carter, Robert R. 1942 Carter, William M. (MGR) 1962 Case, Frank D. Jr. 1938 Cashman, William A. 1929 Cass, Richard S. 1930 Castree, John F. 1931 Cataffo, Michael D. 2001 Cavanaugh, Thomas J. (MGR)1969 Cedrun, Mark E. (MGR) 1984 Chambers, James H.L. II 1949 Chandler, Theodore E. 1915 Chanenchuk, Michael F. 1979 Chenoweth, Emory L. 1976 Chiles, Henry G. Jr. 1960 Chinn, Donald M. 1961 Cimaglia, Louis E. 1968 Claridge, William A. 1977 Clark, Charles H. 1934 Clark, David H. 1919 Clark, Stuart B. 1915 Clark, William C. 1935 Clarke, Ralph S. 1926 Clement, Gregory S. 2008 Cobb, Warrington C. 1949 Cockell, William A. (MGR) 1928 Cohen, Marion Y. 1914 Cohn, David W. 2007 Cole, Joel E. 1999 Coleman, Robert I. 1925 Colin, Dennis F. 1969 Collett, Michael D. 2009 Collmus, John P. (Video) 2011 Colmery, Benjamin H. 1944 Compton, James P. 1916 Condon, John P. 1934 Conklin, Gregory W. 2003 Conn, Richard J.H. 1930

45-46-47 45 58 25 46-47 73 42 56-57-58 40 62 36-37-38 27-28-29 28 29-30-31 99-01 69 83-84 46-47-48-49 15 76-77-78-79 75-76 58-59-60 59-60-61 66 75-76-77 33-34 18 14-15 34-35 25-26 06-07-08 48-49 28 12-13-14 05-06-07 96-97 23-24-25 67-68-69 09 09-10 43 15-16 32-33-34 00-01-02-03 28-29-30

<< D Dally, Fredrick E. Dally, Ruel S. Daratsos, Basil G. Darcy, James J. Dascomb, Edmund B. Dattilo, Frank III Davey, Samuel A. Davey, William A. Davidson, Walter S. Davis, Nicholas R. Davis, Noel Day, DeVere L. Deale, William W.M. Decker, Daniel R. Dempsey, William J. Denebrink, Francis C. Dennis, David A. Dennis, Michael F. (MGR) Deringer, Harry H. Derocher, Douglas D. DeSimone, Robert E. Devens, William G. Dial, Nathaniel M. Dickerson, Kenneth A. Dimmick, John B. Dingman, Christopher D. Dingman, Ian T. DiNola, Dustin D. DiNola, Jordan P. DiNola, M. Seth Doebler, Errol M. Doffermyre, Jamie C. Dole, Richard W. Dondero, Joseph R. Donnelly, Chad R. Donnelly, Joseph F.

1976 1922 2010 1983 1923 1975 2012 1936 2010 1977 2001 1959 1995 1991 1981 2009 1964 1988 1948 1999 1935 1975 1926 1978 1951 1945 1942 1914 1941 1929 1966 2002 1927 1949 2012 1924 1946 1914 1957 1928 1956

>> 1937 1930 2010 1988 1924 1961 1967 1998 1911 2012 1914 1925 1953 2008 1984 1917 1972 1973 1920 1992 1977 1924 1932 1956 1930 2003 2007 2003 2008 2005 1991 2000 1922 1991 2000 1988

74-75-76 22 07-08-09-10 80 21-22-23 73-74-75 09-10 34-35-36 08-09-10 74 00-01 58 94-95 90 79-80-81 06-07-08-09 62-63-64 87-88 47-48 96-97-98-99 35 73 24-25 76-77-78 51 44 40 12-13-14 39-40 28-29 64-65-66 99-00-01-02 26-27 48-49 10 23-24 45 12-13-14 57 27-28 56 36-37 28-29-30 07-08-09-10 85-86-87-88 24 60-61 65-66-67 98 11 09-10 12-13-14 25 51-52-53 06-07-08 81-82-84 16 70-71 72 18 89-90 74-75 23-24 31-32 56 30 00-01-02-03 03-04-06-07 01-02-03 05-06-07-08 03-04-05 89-90-91 98-99-00 20-21-22 89-90 97-98-99-00 86-87-88

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Donnelly, Sean D. Donnelly, William P. Dornin, Robert E. Doster, Daniel G. Douglas, Donald W. Douglas, Harold G. Douthit, Frederick L. Dow, Andrew W. Dow, Michael J. Dowling, David J. (MGR) Dowling, Michael G. Downing, Donald A. Doyle, Kevin P. Jr. Dozier, Brian C. Drehoff, John J. III Drew, Brendon G. Drew, John G. II Driscoll, Daniel A. Jr. Driscoll, Stephen P. DuBois, Raymond F. Dudley, Bruce W. (MGR) Duffy, Neil V. Dugan, Donald R. Jr. Dugan, Ferdinand C. III Duncan, Greer A. Dunham, Wayne H. Dunne, Justin S. Dunne, Lawrence E. Durgin, Calvin T. Durkin, Shane M. Duthie, Brett R. Duthie, John D. Dutton, William T. Dyer, Edward C. Earl, William C. Eaton, James A.D. Eckert, Warren R. Eddy, Daniel J. Edington, Charles B. Eimers, Homer O. Eisenhardt, William B. Eley, Clifford H. III Elliott, LynnT. Ellison, David J.

1992 1965 1935 1984 1913 1911 1918 2007 1974 1989 1991 1967 2011 1992 1977 1995 1942 1974 2010 1938 1982 1984 1984 1957 1908 1974 1995 1960 1916 2009 2000 1991 1934 1929

<< E >> 1951 1943 1970 2004 1976 1921 1966 1957 1932 1991

89-90-91-92 63-64-65 33-35 81-82-83-84 11 08-09 16-17 04-05-06-07 73-74 88 90-91 67 08-10 91-92 75 92-93-94-95 41 74 07-08-10 36-37-38 80 81-82-83-84 82-83-84 55-56 08 73-74 94-95 59-60 15-16 08-09 97-98-99-00 88-89-90-91 33-34 28-29 50-51 41-42 68-69-70 02-03-04 74 21 64-65-66 55-56-57 31-32 89-90-91

1988 team captain James Darcy was a four-year letterwinner for the Mids, who led Navy to three-straight NCAA Quarterfinal appearances.

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Two-time First-Team All-American Mike Coughlin led the Mids to three-straight national titles in 1962, ‘63 and ‘64 with a combined 28-2 record. Coughlin was inducted into the National Hall of Fame in 2006.

Connelly, Robert J. Connor, John Connors, Brendan J. Conord, Albert T. Conroy, Vincent P. Cook, Frederick C. Cook, Taylor R. Cooley, Hollis W. Coppola, Francis J. Corcoran, Terrance A. Cornes, Jeffrey B. Corroum, William F. Costello, Richard A. Cote, Christopher C. Coughlin, Charles E. Coughlin, Matthew F. Coughlin, Michael D. Coughlin, Stephen J. Coulter, Charles P. Cower, Brent E. Cox, Ray Coy, Curtis L. Craig, Kenneth Cranford, James R. III Craven, William P. Crawley, William B. Creecy, Richard B.L. Creighton, John M. Crenshaw, Russell S. Jr. Crichton, Charles H. Crisp, Howard L. Croft, Marshall S. Cross, John H. Cruise, Edgar A. Jr. Crumley, Ian C. Cullen, Carl E. Culp, William N. Jr. Cunneen, Frank J. Curry, William H. Jr. (MGR) Curtin, Neale R. Curtis, Charles G.


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Ellison, James L. Emerson, Arthur T. Jr. Emery, Phillip W. Emmerich, William S. (MGR) Engeman, John T. Jr. English, Robert H. (MGR) Ericson, Zachary T. (Admin) Etro, James F. Evans, Joseph L. Evans, Matthew S. Jr. Everett, John C. Eves, Edward T. Ewen, Edward C.

2007 1943 2002 1961 1924 1967 2008 1973 1936 1964 1969 1928 1921

<< F >> Fagins, Jonathan N. 2001 Fallace, Paul J. 1991 Farnsworth, William W. 1955 Farrington, Kevin M. 1993 Faville, John N. 1937 Felber, Michael R. 2005 Fellows, Carl M. 1936 Fellows, Jeffrey M. 2002 Ferenchick, Paul T. (MGR) 1966 Ferguson, Glover T. 1933 Ferguson, Mark E. III 1978 Fields, William B. 2013 Fiene, James R. 1959 Finerty, Martin J. Jr. 1959 Fines, Clifford A. 1924 Finnegan, Colin P. 2007 Finnegan, Raymond W. 1975 Fitzpatrick, Eugene E. 1959 Fitzpatrick, Joseph A. 1951 FitzPatrick, Patrick C. 1961 Fleegle, Samuel C. (JV Coach)2007 Flippen, Royce N. 1926 Floyd, Dominick E. 2000 Flynn, Robert J. 1992 Ford, Arthur W. 1911 Ford, William D. 1911 Fortmann, Andrew K. 2002 Foskett, Arthur K. 1973 Fossella, Joseph F. 1963 Fox, Lawrence F. 1940 Fox, Mark H. 1987 Fox, Timothy W. 1997 Foxman, Matthew W. 1996 Fraser, Robert B. 1960 Freeman, James K. 1965 Freeman, John D. (Video) 2008 French, James B. 2013

07 42 97-98-01-02 61 24 67 05-06 71-73 34-35-36 62 68-69 27-28 19-20-21 01 91 55 91-92-93 35-36 03-04-05 35-36 99-00-01-02 66 31-32-33 76-77 10 58-59 59 24 04-06-07 73-74 58-59 50-51 59-60-61 07 24-25-26 99-00 91-92 10 08-09-11 99 72-73 61-62-63 39-40 85-86-87 95-97 93-94-95-96 60 64 05-06-07-08 10

A pilot in the United States Navy, Graham Gill was a two-time All-American for the Midshipmen. Fromme, Benjamin C. 1968 Fromme, William R. 1964 Fryberger, Elbert L. Jr. (MGR)1954 Fullinwider, Peter L. 1949 << G >> Gaines, Leonard S. (MGR) 1984 Gaiser, Scott R. 2005 Gallagher, Gerald P. 2000 Gallagher, Martin F. III 2011 Gallagher, William D. 1997 Garban, James R. 1973 Garland, Robert W. 1984 Garrett, William S. 1918 Gary, Bret C. (MGR) 1977 Gates, Herbert K. Jr. (MGR) 1948 Gavin, Timothy A. 1981 Gazze, Sylvius 1927 Gearing, Hilyer F. 1920 Geis, Albert H. Jr. 1998 Giannetti, Joseph W. 1998 Gibbons, Edward W. 1959 Gies, Leo C. 1958 Giffin, Henry C. III 1967 Gilbert, Roy O. Jr. 1931 Gilchrist, K.P. 1914

66-67-68 62-63-64 54 47 82 02-03 98 08-09-10 97 71 83-84 16-17 75-76-77 48 81 25-26-27 18-19 97-98 95 58-59 57-58 65-66-67 31 12-13-14

Jeff Fellows (far left), Class of 2002, was part of the three-jet fly-by prior to the 2010 Army-Navy men’s lacrosse game played at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.

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Gill, Graham C. Gillespie, John A. Gillette, Edmund S. Jr. Gilligan, John W. (Trainer) Gilmore, Morris D. Gilroy, Bradford R. Gimber, Stephen H. Giorgis, Albert S. Givens, Edward G. Jr. Glasow, Timothy R. Glassner, Arnold Glenn, Christopher L. (MGR) Glenn, Paul E. (MGR) Goldschmidt, John W. Goldstein, Lawrence B. Golini, Christopher J. Gorman, Henry (MGR) Goudie, Gene Gouk, Ritchie W. Graham, Henry F. Graham, Ivan M. Graham, William S. Grant, Maximilian A. Gray, Augustine H. Gray, Lloyd R. Green, Laurence B. Greene, Frederic H. Greene, Patrick L. Griffin, Daniel Griffin, Justin P. Griffith, Christopher J. Grove, George S. Gubosh, Michael J. Gugerty, John P. Guido, Matthew J. Guill, David W. Gummerson, Kenneth C. Gunderson, Nels A. Gurny, Michael J. Gustin, Paul R. Jr. Guthmuller, Harry L. Guy, Charles H. Jr. << H Haas, Michael E. Habenicht, Paul C. Haberlein, Paul R. Hackett, Bruce W. Jr. Hackstaff, Craig A. (MGR) Haertel, Michael G. Hagan, Thomas F. Hagberg, Oscar E. Hage, Matthew A.

2005 1975 1940 2007 1911 1999 1935 1945 1952 1982 1963 2005 1939 1967 1957 1996 1944 1944 1967 1940 1915 1946 1988 1910 1913 1942 1938 1982 2003 1999 1985 1947 1983 1988 2008 1981 1944 1946 1978 1975 1977 1946

>> 2011 2002 2003 2006 1994 2000 1969 1931 2005

02-03-04-05 74 39-40 07 10-11 96-97-98-99 34-35 43-44 50 80 61-62-63 05 39 66-67 55-56-57 94-95-96 43 43 67 40 15 43-44-45 86-87 08-09-10 11 40-41 37-38 79-80-81-82 00-01-02-03 96-97-98-99 84-84 46 80-81-82-83 85-86 05-06-07-08 78-79-80 42-43 45 75-76-77 73-74-75 75 43-44-45 10 02 01 04-05-06 92-94 97 68-69 29-31 05


All-Time L etterwinners List 03 46 68-69-70 49 82-83-84-85 31 42 78 10-11 22-23 07-09 78 94-95 76-77-78-79 45-46 86-87-88-89 32 07 34 44 53-54 03-04-05 04-05-06 38 02-03-04-05 58 44-45 65-66-67 28-29-30 98-99-00-01 85 99-00-01 93-94-95-96 80-81-82-83 38-39-40 58 63-65 02-03-04-05 61-62-63 07-10 38-39 68-69-70 76-77-78-79 08 87-88-89-90 19-20-21

Hertzog, James F. Jr. (MGR) 2003 Hesser, Frederic W. (MGR) 1927 Hewitt, John F. 1962 Heyward, Shannon D. 1957 Hibbard, Carl D. 1911 Higdon, Jonathan L. 2002 Higgins, Brendan T. 1998 Higgins, Terence 2008 Hill, George C. 1915 Hill, Harry W. 1911 Hill, Raymond K. 1966 Hill, Robert S. Jr. 1961 Hills, David F. 2002 Hincks, Stephen E. 1978 Hirsch, Michael W. 2011 Hoch, Christopher M. 1966 Hodgkiss, Gearge K. 1923 Hoff, William E. 1949 Hogan, James P. 1987 Holman, Robert F. 1977 Holmes, John G. 1980 Holmes, Robert C. IV 1996 Holton, Edward V. 2003 Honsinger, Leroy V. 1927 Hooper, Charles S. Jr. 1950 Hoover, William W. 1954 Horgan, John P. Jr. 1945 Horn, Benjamin 2005 Horner, John Jr. 1954 Hoselton, Trevor D. 2006 Houck, Donald F. 1947 Houghton, Thomas C. (MGR)1968 Howard, John M.B. 1933 Howard, John S. Jr. 1942 Howard, Joseph B. 1950 Howe, David B. 1971 Hubbard, William E. III 1978 Hubbell, Walter B. 1953 Huffman, George L. Jr. 1961 Hughes, Roscoe D. 1927 Hull, Jason R. 1998 Hull, Robert V. 1927 Hume, Hillis D. 1945 Hunt, Charles B. 1919 Hunt, David H. 1948 Hunt, James C. Jr. 1951 Hunter, David A. 2003 Hunter, William J. 1954 Hutchins, Charles H. 1936 Hyde, Thomas A. 1960 Ince, Joe Inderlied, William T. III Iocco, Edward J. Irish, James M. Isbell, Arnold J. Iuculano, Anthony J. Ives, Joseph S.

Two-time Kelly Award winner and Navy career saves leader Mickey Jarboe holds the school record for saves by a freshman with 179 set in 1997.

<< I >> 1964 1960 1989 1908 1921 1989 1919

<< J >> Jackson, John F.G. 1990 Jacobsen, Michael J. 1982 Jacobson, Jacob H. 1918 Jahn, Donald R. 1957 James, George S. Jr. 1932 James, Nathaniel W. III 1939 James, Walter L. III 2000 Jansen, Clifford R. 1979 Jarboe, Michael M. 2000 Jenkins, Samuel P. 1915 Jensen, David M. 1992 Johnson, Carroll F. 1927 Johnson, Harvey J. (MGR) 1948 Johnson, Jeffrey P. 1979 Johnson, Robert L. 1964 Johnston, Jerry R. 1956 Jolley, Melissa L. (MGR) 2004 Jones, David I. 1982

00 27 60-61-62 55-56-57 08-09 01-02 98 05-06-07-08 15 08-09-10-11 64-65-66 60-61 99 75-76-77-78 08-09-10 65-66 23 48-49 86-87 75-76-77 77-78-79-80 96 00-01-02-03 27 48-50 53-54 44 03-04-05 52-53-54 04 46 68 32-33 40-41 50 70-71 75 53 59-60-61 26-27 95-96-97-98 25-26-27 43-44 18 46-47 51 01-02-03 52-53-54 35-36 59 64 58-60 88 08 19 87-88-89 18 90 80 16-17 56-57 30-31-32 37-38-39 99-00 76 97-98-99-00 14-15 90-92 27 47 76-77-78-79 63 55-56 01-02-03-04 80-81-82

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Eric Kapitulik â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;95 was a Special Operations Marine who graduated from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business in 2005 and is now the CEO of his own company, The Program. Jones, Fielder A. Jones, John M. Jr. Jonske, Louis J. Jr.

1926 1955 1986

<< K >> Kamen, John S. 1977 Kapitulik, Eric L. 1995 Kapral, Mark D. 1989 Kapron, Kyle J. 2010 Kasuda, John M. (MGR) 1988 Kauffman, Frederick B. 1920 Keady, Louis E. 1926 Keady, William L. 1916 Keatley, John H. 1929 Kee, Brian A. 1978 Keegan, Neil P. 1994 Keith, Brian R. 1990 Kelley, Harry J. 1942 Kelly, John C. 1937 Kenworthy, Jesse L. 1916 Kessenich, Pace R. 1982 Kiernan, James W. 1930 Kiesel, Chris M. 2002 Kilcline, Thomas J. 1949 Kilpatrick, Walter K. 1908 Kirk, George G.E. 1947 Kirkpatrick, John E. 1931 Kisiel, Roger W. 1962 Klakring, Thomas B. 1927 Klauer, George W. 1943 Klawinski, Lawrence J. 1980 Klett, Mark N. 1975 Knab, David K. (MGR) 1979 Kniss, Donovan E. 1953 Koch, Ferdinand B. 1946 Kohr, George L. 1929 Koonce, David M. 1955 Kordis, William S. 1973 Korn, John F. 1982 Krag, Robert L. (MGR) 1950 Kreiser, Alexander W. Jr. 1924 Kretz, Daniel J. 2003 Krulisch, Alan H. 1960 Kuehn, Steven N. 2003 Kunkel, Donald J. 1962

26 52-53-54 84-85-86

76-77 92-93-94-95 87-88-89 07-08-10 85-86-87 19 26 15-16 29 75-76 94 87-88-89-90 41 36-37 16 82 28 00-01 49 08 45-46 31 60-61-62 26-27 41-42 78-80 73-74 78-79 51-52-53 44-45 28 53-54-55 71-72-73 79-80-81-82 50 24 01-02-03 59-60 01-02-03 62

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Hagerty, James C. (JV Coach)2003 Haggerty, Donald W. 1947 Haggerty, Jerry M. 1970 Haggett, Arthur R. Jr. 1951 Hall, Jack Q. 1985 Hall, Norman 1931 Hall, Perry 1943 Hamill, James W. 1981 Hamilton, Donald W. 1912 Hamilton, William H. 1923 Hamm, Brendan D. 2009 Hanley, Sean P. 1981 Hanna, John A. 1997 Hannan, Michael D. 1979 Hanson, Edgar G. 1947 Hanzsche, Thomas J.J. 1989 Happel, Frank A. 1933 Harbaugh, Matthew A. (MGR)2010 Harbold, Robert P. Jr. 1934 Hardy, Richard 1945 Hargrave, William W. Jr. 1954 Harris, Daniel C. 2005 Harris, Taylor R. 2006 Harty, Harry L. Jr. 1939 Hassenfratz, Karl J. 2005 Hastie, William J. 1960 Haupt, John W. 1946 Havasy, Robert 1967 Haven, Robert C. 1930 Hawkins, Justin R. 2001 Hawley, John F. 1988 Hay, Bradley M. 2002 Hay, Brian F. 1996 Hayes, Richard R. 1983 Headrick, James G. 1940 Helweg, Otto J. 1958 Henderson, Neil M. 1965 Hendler, Mitchell D. 2005 Hendrick, Dudley F. 1963 Hendricks, William H. 2010 Hendrix, Charles N.G. 1939 Herbert, Thomas G. 1970 Herbold, Gary B. 1979 Herbster, Victor D. 1908 Herger, Michael J. 1990 Herring, George G. Jr. 1921


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All-Time Letterwinners List << L >> La Mountain, George W. 1912 Laboon, John F. Jr. 1944 Ladd, John C. 1975 Laferty, John D. 1959 Laidlaw, James S. 1924 Lamb, Charles W. (MGR) 1953 Lammers, Roger A. 1968 Lanning, Ronald D. 1972 Lantier, Brian C. 1993 Lantier, Brian F. 1965 Larsen, Harold H. 1935 Larson, Emery E. 1922 Lavery, Richard J. 1932 Lawlor, John J. 1975 Lawson, Van Gordon 2010 Layne, Frank C. 1924 Lazenby, Richard D. 1943 Lee, James R. 1928 Lee, Patrick D. 1972 Lemerande, Theodore J. (MGR)2001 Lennon, Clifton G. 2005 Lennon, Joseph P. 2010 Lennon, Robert L. 2009 Lenseth, Robert L. Jr. 2008 Leone, Geoffrey A. 2009 Leung, Andrew J. 1990 Lewis, Frederick L. 1962 Lewis, James C. 1966 Lewis, Thomas L. 1921 Linaweaver, Walter E. 1926 Lind, William G.H. 1925 Litty, Ernest J. 1946 Livingston, Gill F. 1957 Lockwood, Nicholas V. 2001 Logan, Sean C. 1985 Long, James A. III 1966 Long, Jeffrey J. 1977 Long, Matthew D. 1995 Long, Richard W. 1969 Long, Thomas A. Jr. 1964 Looney, Brendan J. 2004 Looney, Stephen J. 2006 Looney, William P. 2007 Love, James H. 1981 Lowry, James D. Jr. 1919 Lucier, James A. 1927 Luebker, Garrett 1996 Lyon, Aaron R. 1922 Lyons, Daniel F. 1979

09-10-11 43 72-73 58 22-23-24 53 66-67-68 70-71-72 92-93 63-64-65 33-34-35 20-21-22 32 72-73-74-75 07-08-09-10 24 41 28 70-71-72 99 02-03-04-05 07-08-09-10 06-07-08-09 06-07 06-07-08-09 90 61-62 64-65-66 20-21 26 24-25 44-45 56-57 00-01 84-85 64-66 74-75-76-77 92-93-94-95 68-69 62-63-64 02-03-04 03-04-05-06 04-05-06-07 80 18 25-26-27 94-95-96 21-22 77

Brothers Don (left) and Harry (right) MacLaughlin played pivotal roles on their respective Navy teams. The national Midfielder of the Year award is named in honor of two-time Navy AllAmerican Don MacLaughlin. While Harry MacLaughlin was a two-time First-Team All-American, who captained the 1970 National Championship team. << M MacDonald, Harold A. MacLaughlin Donald C. Jr. MacLaughlin, Henry J. MacMackin, Grant Maginnis, Jack Maichle, Frank M. Maiorano, Robert P. Maloney, Matthew T. Mandel, Herbert I. (MGR) Manly, John M. Mann, Jeffrey M. Jr. Mann, Stephen S. Jr. Manning, Thomas P. Jr. Mansfield, Thomas W. Mapes, Edward F. Marchetti, Ronald A. Mark, Charles J.

>> 1933 1963 1970 1953 1927 1920 2011 2001 1938 1915 2013 1938 1961 2011 1980 1970 1979

31 61-62-63 68-69-70 51 27 18-19 08 98-99 38 15 10 36-37-38 61 08-09-10 78-79-80 68-69-70 76-77-78-79

Former Navy lacrosse standouts Clipper Lennon (‘05) and Ben Horn (‘05) have gone on to successful careers as fighter pilots.

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Markel, Arthur L. Markowski, Frank J. Jr. Marrone, Samuel R. Martin, Harold M. Martin, Robert L. Martin, William C. Martin, William H. III. Mason, Charles P. Jr. Mason, Martin W. Massett, Kevin J. Mattson, Scott A. Maxwell, Porter W. Mayo, George W. Jr. McAllister, Lawrence J. Jr. McAuliffe, Joseph J. McBride, William G. Jr. McCauley, Kim C. McCleery, Robert A. McConnell, Kevin A. McCormack, Brian J. McCormack, Edward J. Jr. McDonald, Robert P. McDonnell, Edward O. McDonough, Charles E. McElligatt, Timothy S. McElwee, Robert T. McFadden, Owen C. Jr. McFarland, John S. McGann, Kenneth D. McGann, Stephen A. McGuire, Henry D. McIntosh, John E. McKay, Michael L. McKee, Frederick W. McKee, Jeffery A. McKee, Thomas B. McKee, Wayne H. McKenzie, Conor D. McKenzie, Gene T. McKinnon, Edward P. McLaughlin, Michael E. McLaughlin, William H. Jr. McLean, Stewart H. McMullen, Thomas B. Jr. McNallen, John M.

1948 1966 1966 1919 1959 1955 1968 1940 1975 1994 1998 1936 1946 1983 2010 1966 1974 1967 1978 1978 1947 1952 1912 1951 1989 1957 1966 1972 1984 1984 1908 1968 1985 1913 1980 1977 1958 2006 1958 2002 1981 1945 1948 1974 1971

46-47-48 64-65-66 65-66 16-17-18 59 53-54-55 66-67 39-40 72-73-74-75 93-94 96-97-98 35-36 45 82-83 07-08-09-10 64-65 72-73 65-66-67 75 75-76-77-78 46 51-52 11 49-50-51 89 57 64-65-66 71-72 81-82-83-84 83 08 66-67-68 82-83-84-85 11 77-78 74-75-76-77 56-57 04-05-06 56-57-58 99-00-01-02 78-79-80-81 44 46-47 73 69-70-71


All-Time Letterwinners List 1974 1950 1954 1958 1914 1956 1974 1998 1999 2005 1937 1967 1966 1941 2007 2003 1997 1948 1960 1998 1962 1965 2004 1986 1929 1921 1985 1924 1937 1991 1951 1977 1939 1932 1994 1975 1938 2008 1915 1961 1967 2002 1959 1932 1944

73 48-49-50 53-54 58 14 54 72-73-74 95-97-98 96-97-98-99 03-05 36-37 67 65 40 05 01-03 94-95-96-97 45-46-47 59 95-96-97-98 62 64-65 04 83-84-85-86 27-28-29 21 82 24 36 88-91 49 75-76-77 37-38-39 31-32 92 73-74 38 05-06-07-08 12-13-14 59-60-61 65-66-67 00-01-02 58 30-31-32 43

Gordon (Bud) Ochenrider garnered First-Team All-America honors in 1943 under the legendary Dinty Moore.

Montgomery, Warren G. Montgomery, William M. Moore, David S. Moore, George E. II Moore, Georgie Moore, William H. IV (MGR) Moran, Patrick N. Moreau, Jean W. Morehouse, Albert K. Morris, Thomas E. Morris, Thomas J. Morrison, John H. Jr. Morrow, William J. Jr. Morse, Richard S. Morton, Thomas H. Moulis, Andrew N. Moulton, Jacob P. Mueller, William H. Mulieri, Charles C. Muller, Jeffrey S. Munson, John J. Murphy, Brendan J. Murphy, Gregory B. Murphy, James E. Murphy, Vincent R. Murray, Hugh Q. Murray, Matt Murray, Roger G. Muse, George R. Mutch, John << N Nagel, Sean E. (Video) Nager, Harold S. Nash, Joel K. Nash, William O. Jr. Naslonski, Richard J. Nastro, Steven D. Nastro, Thomas R. Naugle, James O. Nealon, Dennis J. Nease, Carl R. Jr. Nechanicky, Bruce R. Needham, Robert C. Nelson, Gordon W. Neverosky, Daniel T. Newton, John L. Newton, Michael G. Ni, Randolph Nibbs, Alan M. Nichols, Timothy B. Niederberger, Kenneth A. Nims, Stephen E. Nisewaner, Terrell A. North, James R. Norton, Phillip G. Nourie, John E. (MGR)

<< O Oatway, William H. III Ochenrider, Gordon H. Jr. Ochs, Kristofer W. (MGR) Odenwald, Ward F.J. O’Donnell, Scott M. Ogden, Daniel M. Ogilvie, Malcolm L. Jr. Oldham, Edwin W. O’Leary, James D. O’Leary, Ryan W. Oliver, Robert J. O’Neill, Edward J. O’Regan, William V. Orr, Carl B. Jr. O’Rourke, Timothy B. Osgood, Dwayne Overton, Stewart N. Owen, James L. Oxley, Irad B.

1944 1942 1941 1939 1976 1955 2010 1936 1922 1965 2004 1953 1931 1920 1933 1996 2009 1976 1991 1988 1939 1992 1970 1959 1918 1934 2000 1922 1938 1979

>> 2007 1922 2003 1993 1981 1973 1969 1952 1991 1992 2009 1949 1914 2003 1963 1998 1973 1935 1965 1990 1986 1932 1935 1966 1959

>> 1963 1944 2011 2010 1992 1926 1968 1958 1999 2012 1934 1931 1923 2000 1989 2005 1966 1956 1943

43 41 40 38-39 74-75-76 55 07-08-09-10 34-35-36 21-22 63-64-65 01-02-03-04 51-52-53 31 19 32-33 93-95-96 06 74-75-76 88-89-90-91 85 38-39 91-92 69-70 59 16-17 34 00 19 37-38 76-77 04 21 00-01-02-03 93 79-80 71 68 51-52 88-89-90-91 90-91-92 06-07-09 48-49 14 01-02-03 62-63 95-96-97-98 73 33-34-35 64-65 87-88-89-90 83-84-85-86 32 35 65-66 59 61-62-63 42-43 09 07-10 92 26 66-67-68 57-58 96-97-98-99 09-10 34 31 23 97-98-99-00 87-88-89 04-05 64-65 55-56 41-42

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A 1965 Second-Team All-American Pat Philbin was a member of the 1965 team that turned in an undefeated 12-0 mark en route to a USILA National Championship. << P >> Padgett, John B. III 1969 Page, Edward W. 1949 Page, Thomas G. 1982 Pananides, Nicholas A. (MGR) 1936 Panico, Stephen L. 1985 Papetti, Joseph M. 1985 Parham, William B. 1936 Pariseau, Richard R. 1960 Parish, Elliott W. Jr. 1929 Parker, Joseph E. III 1999 Parr, Warren S. 1923 Parsons, Joshua C. (MGR) 2007 Pasko, John A. 1979 Patterson, Craig E. 2002 Paul, Timothy D. 2010 Pavoni, Justin F. 1979 Pawlikowski, Matthew J. 1993 Peace, Steven M. (MGR) 1998 Pell, Robert A. 1972 Pendleton, Perley E. 1920 Perkins, Richard P. 1982 Perley, Reuben N. 1911 Peterson, Carl A. (MGR) 1929 Peterson, Mell A. 1930 Peterson, Winston H. 1964 Petkas, Christopher J. 2010 Peto, David C. 1942 Pfarr, Grey A. 2001 Pfeffer, Mathew J. 1997 Phelan, Thomas K. Jr. 2009 Philbin, Patrick J. 1965 Pieczonka, Christopher D. 2005 Pike, Daniel L. 1970 Pilli, John F. Jr. 1973 Pillsbury, Eugene H. (MGR) 1949 Pintauro, Christopher W. 2002 Pirie, Robert B. Jr. 1955 Pittard, David S. 2004 Poore, John B. 1925 Porter, Robert R. 1932 Pottle, Harry H. Jr. 1926 Power, Brendan J. 2001 Pressey, George W. 1932 Prudhomme, John D. 1961

68-69 48 80-81-82 36 85 82-83-84-85 35-36 58-59-60 27-28-29 99 22 04 77 01-02 07-08-09-10 77-78-79 90-91-92-93 96-97-98 70-71-72 19 82 09-10 29 29-30 62-63-64 07-10 41 98-99-00-01 95 06-07-08-09 64-65 03-04-05 68-69-70 72-73 49 99-00-01-02 54-55 01-02 25 32 25-26 98-99-00-01 31-32 59-60-61

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McNallen, Patrick W. McNally, John J. McNally, Stephen P. McNulty, George R. McReavy, Clarence J. McShane, Richard C. Meaney, Patrick J. Meehan, Howard V. Meehan, Kevin P. Meehan, Matthew J. Mehlig, John L. Meinhold, Arthur J. Mendenhall, Corwin G. III Merdinger, Charles J. Mendizabal, Frederico W. Mesa, Matthew F. Messineo, Christopher M. Metzger, Robert P. Metzler, Jay C. Meushaw, Scott D. Meyer, Victor A. Mickelson, John R. Midura, Matthew T. Miles, Glen A. Miller, Clair L. Miller, George C. Miller, Gregory A. Miller, Harold B. Miller, John D. Miler, Robert J. Miller, Robert L. Miller, Samuel C. III Miller, Stuart O. Miller, William R. Milliken, Leonard H. Jr. Milliken, Mark R. Minvielle, Alphonse Mirabito, Nicholas J. Mitchell, Ralph J. Mitchell, Thomas W. Mixon, James P. Moeller, Erik N. Moncilovich, Milan Moncure, Samuel P. Montgomery, George P. Jr.


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Quinn, John R.

<< Q >> 1991

<< R Ralston, Byron B. Randall, Blanchard III Rankin, Ronald Q. Ransford, Howard F. Raspet, Kevin A. Rassieur, William T. Jr. Raster, John M. Ratliff, Floyd W. Jr. (MGR) Ray, Michael H. Reed, Allen E. Jr. Reedy, James R. Reel, Adam W. Reeves, Malcolm C. II Refo, John F. Reich, Neal K. Reichert, John J. Reilley, Patrick A. Renard, John W. Reppert, Joseph L. Jr. Rewkowski, David A. Reynolds, James C. Reynolds, Robert W. Reynolds, Taylor G. Rhodes, Arthur C. Ricciuti, Paul J. Richardson, Duncan W. Richardson, William A. Riester, Peter J. Rindskopf, Maurice H. Rippelmeyer, Karl Risberg, Timothy H. Rittenhouse, Ellis B. Robb, Kevin E. Roberts, Raymond J. Robinson, Kenneth F. Roby, Allan B. (MGR) Roepke, John R. Roesgen, Chris L. Rogers, Thomas W. Roman, Stanley R. Rose, Elliott R.

>> 1914 1942 1934 1928 2006 1950 1955 1964 1983 1956 1933 2004 1960 1940 1961 2007 2005 1955 1999 2000 1996 1994 2012 2002 1982 1979 1910 1981 1938 1960 1985 1934 1998 1990 1957 1930 1953 2000 1931 1961 1947

88-89-90-91 12-13-14 40-41 34 26-27-28 04-05-06 49-50 54-55 64 81-82-83 55-56 33 02-03-04 58-59-60 39-40 60-61 07 03-04-05 54 96-97-98-99 00 94-95 92-93-94 09 99 80 78-79 09 79-80-81 36-37-38 58-59-60 83-84 34 98 90 55-56-57 30 52-53 97-98-99-00 31 59 46

Andy Ross, a three-time All-American, was a member of the 1998 US Lacrosse team that won the World Championship.

A two-time Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year, Matt Russell was awarded the Kelly Award in 2004 after leading the Midshipmen to the National Championship game. Ross, Andrew C. Ross, Ryan S. Rossi, Nicholas J. Roszko, Thomas E. Roth, Egbert A. Roth, Edward E. Rowe, Hilary C. (MGR) Rowney, James V. Rubel, David M. Ruhe, William J. Rumble, James D. (MGR) Rupp, John Rupp, Robert Rusch, William J. Jr. Rush, Richard C. Russell, Matthew M. Ryan, Philip J. Ryder, Albert

1997 2001 2009 1994 1929 1921 1933 1941 1941 1939 1947 1983 1986 1942 1975 2006 1950 1960

94-95-96-97 98 08-09 91-92-93 28-29 19-20 33 40 40 38-39 46 81-82-83 85-86 41 74 04-05-06 48-49-50 60

<< S >> Sacks, Jonathan W. 1991 89 Sadler, George R. 1969 67-68-69 Salit, Paul W. 1986 83 Salmon, Richard C. 1966 64-65-66 Sanborn, Albert B. 1912 10-11 Sanders, Eddie R. 1930 29-30 Scaffe, Thomas C. 1920 19 Schaal, Michael L. 2002 01-02 Schacht, Kenneth G. 1935 33-34-35 Scharnus, Robert M. 1969 68-69 Schaufelberger, Albert A. Jr. 1949 47-48-49 Schawang, Sandra E. (MGR) 1981 81 Schickner, Mark C. 1972 70-71 Schmidt, John S. 1937 36-37 Schneck, Brendan M. 1980 77-78 Schoen, Stephen F. 1951 49-50 Schoeneck, Robert J. 1980 77-78-79-80 Schriefer, Luther F. 1960 60 Schroeder, Zachary T. 2010 07-08-09-10 Schultz, Robert A. 1948 46-47-48 Schwamberger, Caitlin A. (Trainer)2008 07-08 Schwanebeck, Joseph T. 1967 65-66-67 Schwarz, Richard 1988 85-86-87-88 Schweitzer, Joe P. 1989 86-87-88-89 Schwelm, Karl T. 1971 69-70-71 Scoggins, Marvin C. Jr. 1948 46 Scott, Jeffrey J. 1976 76 Scott, Leon B. 1915 15 Scott, Richard T. Jr. 1967 65-66-67 Seaman, Bleeker P. Jr. 1941 40 Seeds, Elmore W. 1934 33-34 Seivold, Jordan J. 2013 10

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Seitz, Bruce J. 1983 Seth, Richard H. 1949 Severn, Douglas K. 1922 Sexauer, Roger N. II 1980 Sharp, Alfred E. Jr. 1931 Shatto, Sarah L. (MGR) 2010 Shaw, Hiram P. 1921 Shea, Daniel C. 2006 Sheaffer, Lewis J. 1927 Sheedy, Michael E. 2001 Shell, Jason D. (JV Coach) 2005 Sherman, Frederick C. 1910 Shortridge, Paul F. 1917 Shulson, James E. 1978 Shupe, Robert D. 1961 Siedsma, Paul R. (MGR) 1975 Siegfried, Clyde W. 1944 Silcox, James E. III 1999 Simmelink, Lawrence T. (MGR)1945 Sinclair, John R. 1968 Sinley, James R. Jr. (MGR) 1991 Sirota, Richard S. (MGR) 1965 Sites, Robert J. 1995 Siversten, William E. 1986 Sivinski, Robert E. 1949 Skalniak, Phillip J. Jr. 1983 Slough, Jamieson J. 1994 Smalley, Daniel S. 1989 Smilari, Nicholas B. 1973 Smith, Allen Jr. 1927 Smith, Brian F. 1996 Smith, Buckley G. 2013 Smith, Charles R. Jr. 1949 Smith, Gardner T. 1992 Smith, Harry T. 1922 Smith, Kerfoot B. 1933 Smith, Lawrence 1932 Smith, Ralph A. 1937 Smith, Thomas C. 1995 Snively, Abram B. III 1953 Snyder, Frank A. 1988 Sobotka, William F. III 1977 Solberg, Thorwald A. 1916 Sollberger, Melvin H. (MGR) 1960 Somerdyk, Harold J. 2009 Somerville, Matthew C. 1999 Soran, James J. III 1973 Soroka, Steven L. 1972 Soucek, Archie H. 1937 Soucek, Zeus 1923 Soules, Stephen M. 1976 South, Jerry C. 1931

80-81-82-83 46-47-48-49 19 77-78-79-80 31 07 18-19-20-21 04-05-06 26-27 98-99-00-01 05 09 16-17 75-76-77-78 59-60-61 74-75 42-43 98-99 44 67-68 90-91 65 95 84-85-86 47-48-49 80-81-82-83 91-92-93-94 89 71-72-73 26-27 93 10 48 91-92 22 33 31-32 36-37 92-93-94 52-53 85-86-87-88 75-76 15-16 60 06-07 99 71 71-72 35-36-37 21-22-23 74-75-76 30-31


All-Time Letterwinners List

<< T >> Tabb, Hugh A. 1962 Tamulevich, Carl J. 1968 Tarr, Robert J. Jr. 1966 Taylor, Edmund B. 1925 Taylor, John M. IV 1964 Taylor, Perry R. II 2000 Teague, Brendan M. 2008 Tempesta, Edward C. 1970 TenEyck, Abraham C. 1912 Thing, Wilbur W. 1936 Thompson, Paul B. 1919 Thompson, Raymond W. Jr. 1933 Thompson, William C. Jr. 1935 Thorp, Andrew O. 2009 Tierney, John A. 1993 Titus, Edward U. 1922 Tobin, Robert G. Jr. 1948 Todd, Alexander W. Jr. (MGR)1951 Tonetti, John S. 1952 Tormey, Andrew J. 2009 Torrey, Philip H. Jr. 1934 Tracy, George P. 1963 Treadwell, Lawrence P. Jr. 1951 Trenti, Gary W. 1978

53-54 06 13-14 41 28-29-30 46 42 06-07-08 78-79-80 62-63-64 12-13 00-01-02-03 94-95-96 46 73-74 62-63-64 71-73 37 44-45 49-50 49-50-51 52 25 51-52 43 08-09-10 75-76-77 81-82 47-48-49 77-78-79-80 78-79-80-81 70 87-88-89 93-94-95 07-08-09-10 03-04-05 37 10 92 68-69-70 70-71 73-74 50-51 26-27 62-63-64 42 29-30 52-53-54 16 25 00-01-02 50-51-52 64-65 62 66-67-68 65-66 23-24-25 62-63-64 00 06-07-08 68-69-70 10 35-36 18 31 34-35 07-08-09 92-93 20-21-22 47-48 51 51-52 06-07-08-09 34 61-62-63 50-51 76

Tucker, Alfred B. III (MGR) Tucker, Benjamin W. Jr. Turner, Edmund L. Tyler, Marshall A. Ulcickas, Simon J. Jr. Ulmer, Timothy M. VanLangen, James Vassar, Daniel R. Vazquez, Alan A. Vazquez, James T. Venier, Thomas H. Vernam, Matthew R. Verschueren, Joseph VerSchure, Robert M. Veth, Kenneth L. Vickery, Howard L. Villareal, Claro W. Vinje, Edward W. Virtue, Christopher F. Virtue, Richard W. Visgauss, Mikelis Vogelsberg, Robert Voinot, Paul E. Voith, Charles P. Vossellar, John H.

1931 1970 1955 1933

<< U >> 1955 1993 << V >> 1979 2008 1983 1981 1976 2012 1968 1974 1935 1915 1990 1960 1974 1968 2008 1978 1920 1973 1953

<< W >> Wade, John F. 1990 Wagner, David C. 1977 Walborn, Stephen E. 1997 Walden, Albert J. 1928 Walden, Arthur St. Clair 1928 Walker, Geoffrey C. Jr. 1996 Wall, Orlando A. 1949 Walla, David L. 1972 Wallace, Donald C. Jr. 1947 Wallace, William B. 2007 Wallin, Thomas R. 2007 Ward, Alfred G. (MGR) 1932 Ward, Norvell G. 1935 Ward, Xenophon C. 1946

31 68-69-70 54-55 31-32-33 53-54-55 93 77-78-79 07-08 83 78-79-80-81 73-74 09-10 67-68 73 34-35 14-15 89-90 60 72-73-74 66-67 05-06-07-08 75 18-19 72-73 51 89-90 74-75-76-77 95-96-97 27-28 26 94-95-96 47-48 70-71-72 46 04-05-06-07 04-05-06-07 32 33-34-35 45

Warner, Richard A. Warner, Spencer H. Warren, George F. Watters, Harold Wead, Frank W. Webster, Fletcher O. Wedekind, Dennis L. Weems, George T. Wehman, Richard P. Wehman, Robert J. Weinhaus, Earl M. Jr. Welch, Francis M. Wells, Howard A. Jr. Welsh, David J. Welsh, Luther Wenham, Mark A. Wesson, Joseph H. West, John T. West, Logan T. Whalen, John David W. Wheeler, Richard C. (MGR) Whelchel, David L. Whipps, Russell E. White, Ernest C. (MGR) White, Theodore C. White, Zebulon L. Jr. Whiting, Bryce A. Wickham, Ryan J. Widmann, Michael R. Wieland, Roger F. Jr. Wier, John P. Jr. Wiley, Gordon S. Wiley, Herbert V. Wilhelm, John R. Wilhelm, Phillip J. Wilkes, Charles Wilkes, John Willandt, Ted A. Williams, James D. Williams, John C. Williams, Lawrence E. Jr. Williams, Percy W. Jr. Williamson, Delbert F. Wiltse, Lloyd J. Winston, James M. Winter, Patrick B. Wisenbaker, James L. Woeppel, Jaren L. Wolfe, Bryan T. Wootton, William T. Worden, Frank L. Worrell, John R. Jr. Wright, James M. Wright, Richard T. Wuertz, Joseph B. (MGR)

2011 1919 1957 1921 1916 1910 1965 1942 1983 1987 1971 1939 1959 1929 1909 1982 1935 1932 2012 2000 1971 1930 1959 1943 1958 1931 1994 2012 2000 2008 1940 1942 1915 1945 1976 1920 1916 1963 1958 1960 1945 1955 1927 1914 2006 2007 1919 2010 2003 1944 1917 1957 1934 1953 1956

<< Y >> Yannarella, Anthony M. 1962 Yatras, Dennis A. 1969 Young, E.P. Paul Jr. (MGR) 1946 Young, Robert T. 1910 Youse, James A. 1953 << Z >> Zebian, Cory (TRNR) 2010 Zimmerman, Robert H. 1982 Zimmerman, Thomas 2009 Zink, Christopher P. (MGR) 2006

Hall of Famer George Tracy (‘63), along with AllAmericans Don MacLaughlin (‘63) and Pete Taylor (‘64).

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08-09-10 18 55-56-57 19-20-21 15-16 08-09 63-64-65 40-41 80-81-82-83 84-85-86-87 70 39 59 28-29 08-09 79 35 31 10 00 71 29-30 57-58-59 42 57-58 30 94 09-10 97-98-99 06-07-08 39-40 40-41 12-13-14-15 44 74 19 15-16 62-63 57-58 60 43-44 53-54-55 25-26-27 11-13-14 05-06 05-06-07 18 07-08-09-10 02-03 43 16-17 57 34 51-52-53 56 62 67-68-69 45 08-09-10 53 09-10 80 06-07-08-09 05

# 201 1 UN IT ED S TA T ES N A V A L A CA D E MY M EN’ S LA C ROSSE #

Southworth, John V. Jr. 1954 Spalding, Robert L. 2008 Spanagel, Herman A. 1914 Spiegel, William D. (MGR) 1942 Spring, Arthur F. 1930 Stacey, Ernest R. 1947 Stair, Ralph M. 1943 Standen, Sean M. 2009 Stanford, Peter W. 1980 Stark, Richard N. 1964 Starkey, Robert C. 1914 Stebbings, Christopher B. 2003 Stevens, Bradford T. 1996 Stevens, George C. 1947 Stewart, Jeb E.B. 1974 Stewart, Joseph D. 1964 Stewart, Joseph D. 1973 Stewart, William S. (MGR) 1937 Stiles, Hubert M. 1946 Stinson, John G. 1950 Stockdale, Lowell A. 1951 Stockdale, Wendell B. (MGR)1952 Stolz, Francis R. 1925 Strange, Hubert E. Jr. 1952 Strassle, Raymond W. 1944 Striffler, Brian G. 2011 Stulb, William K. 1977 Sturgell, Robert A. 1982 Stutt, William C. 1949 Styron, Ernest L. Jr. 1980 Styron, Jeffrey W. 1981 Suhr, James W. (MGR) 1970 Sullivan, Brian W. 1989 Sullivan, Daniel J. 1995 Sullivan, Evan M. 2010 Sullivan, James F. IV 2005 Sullivan, John T. 1939 Sullivan, Paul T. 2010 Sumner, Christopher A. 1993 Supko, Leonard M. 1970 Supko, Michael D. 1972 Supko, Timothy J. 1974 Surman, William V. Jr. 1951 Sutherland, Alan B. Jr. 1927 Sutton, Robert 1964 Swain, Ted N. 1943 Swan, Bryan F. 1930 Swanson, Stanley R. 1954 Swenson, Lyman K. 1916 Swinburne, Edwin R. 1925 Sybor, Micah T. 2002 Sylvester, Gerald D. 1952 Szabo, Steven F. 1965


Year-By-Year Record Navy’s All-Time Coaching Ledger

# 201 1 UN IT ED S TA T ES N A V A L A CA D E MY M EN’ S LA C ROSSE #

Coach Breyer/Hudgins George Finlayson William “Dinty” Moore Willis Bilderback Dick Szlasa Bryan Matthews Richie Meade Totals

Year 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

Seasons 1908-1910 1911-1935 1936-58 1959-72 1973-82 1983-94 1995-Present 1908-Present

Coach Breyer/Hudgins Breyer/Hudgins Breyer/Hudgins George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson George Finlayson William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore William “Dinty” Moore Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback Willis Bilderback

Yrs. 3 25 23 14 10 12 16 103

Record 9-5-0 140-25-10 159-50-2 131-26-2 85-44-0 84-61-0 138-88-0 746-299-14

Captain Unknown Luther Welsh Hugh Branham Unknown George La Mountain Frederick McKee Lloyd Wiltse Ralph Mitchell Unknown Unknown Frederick Douthit Unknown Hilyer Gearing Hiram Shaw Albert Morehouse Zeus Soucek Carl Cullen Fred Billing Donald Albertson Delbert Williamson Howard Ransford Elliott Parish Jr. Unknown Unknown George James Jr. Glover Ferguson John Condon Kenneth Schacht Jean Moreau Ralph Smith Frank Case Jr. Nathaniel James III Edmund Gillette Jr. John Howard Jr. Francis Brady Robert Booze Albert Giorgis Charles Guy Edgar Hanson Robert Metzger Arthur Markel James Chambers II John McNally Charles McDonough Robert McDonald William Deale John Jones Jr. Simon Ulcickas Jr. Mattison Burt Jr. Shannon Heyward Edward Britton III Ed Gibbons Richard Pariseau Neil Reich Roger Kisiel George Tracy Pete Taylor Brian Lantier Owen McFadden Al Davey John McIntosh, Malcolm Ogilvie

Overall Record 1-2-0 2-2-0 6-1-0 4-2-0 5-0-1 4-2-2 6-0-1 4-3-1 6-1-0 2-0-0 4-0-0 5-0-0 9-0-0 7-0-0 7-0-0 8-0-1 4-3-0 8-0-0 7-0-0 6-1-0 7-1-1 9-0-0 6-2-0 6-1-0 5-2-0 3-3-1 4-1-2 4-3-0 4-3-0 4-3-0 7-0-0 6-1-0 6-3-0 6-2-1 7-2-0 7-1-0 6-2-0 6-2-1 8-2-0 7-3-0 8-3-0 11-0-0 6-4-0 5-5-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 10-0-0 9-1-0 7-3-0 7-2-0 6-4-0 6-3-1 10-1-0 9-2-0 10-1-0 8-1-0 10-0-0 12-0-0 11-1-0 9-2-0 7-3-1

Pct. .643 .829 .758 .830 .659 .579 .610 .711

All-Americans

67 146 92 49 35 39 428

National Championships

NCAA Tournament Appearances

17 (3 Co-, 2 Tri-, 1 Quad-)

2 10 7 7 26

2 (1 Quad-Champion) 6 (2 Co-Champion) 9 (1 Co-, 2 Tri-Champion)

H

A

N

8-0-0 3-1-0 7-0-0 5-0-0 6-0-0 7-0-0 8-0-0 5-2-0 5-1-0 4-2-0 2-3-1 3-1-1 3-3-0 3-2-0 3-3-0 5-0-0 5-1-0 5-2-0 6-1-1 6-1-0 7-0-0 4-1-0 5-1-1 6-2-0 7-1-0 6-2-0 9-0-0 4-2-0 5-2-0 6-1-0 7-1-0 7-0-0 5-1-0 6-1-0 5-1-0 5-2-0 3-2-1 7-1-0 6-2-0 7-1-0 5-1-0 7-0-0 9-0-0 8-1-0 7-1-0 7-1-0

0-0-1 1-1-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 2-0-0 0-2-0 2-1-0 2-0-0 2-2-0 0-3-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 3-0-0 4-0-0 1-2-0 2-1-0 1-2-0 3-1-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 2-1-0 0-2-1

0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 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 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 0-0-0 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 0-0-0

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Conf. Record

Conf. Finish

Postseason

USILA Quad-National Champion USILA National Champion

USILA National Champion

USILA National Champion

USILA Co-National Champion USILA National Champion USILA Co-National Champion

USILA National Champion

USILA National Champion USILA Co-National Champion USILA National Champion USILA National Champion USILA National Champion USILA National Champion USILA National Champion USILA Tri-National Champion


Year-By-Year Record

2000 — Navy joined the ECAC Lacrosse League 2000 Richie Meade Jon Brianas 2001 Richie Meade Michael Sheedy 2002 Richie Meade Eddie McKinnon 2003 Richie Meade Dan Kretz

2004 — Navy joined the Patriot League 2004 Richie Meade Thomas Morris 2005 Richie Meade Seth DiNola 2006 Richie Meade Jon Birsner, Matt Russell 2007 Richie Meade Andrew Dow 2008 Richie Meade Jordan DiNola 2009 Richie Meade Andy Tormey 2010 Richie Meade Anthony Arena

Overall Record 10-3-0 11-1-0

H 8-2-0 7-1-0

A 2-1-0 4-0-0

N 0-0-0 0-0-0

Conf. Record

Conf. Finish

10-4-0 8-4-0 8-5-0 7-5-0 10-5-0 10-3-0 10-5-0 11-3-0 9-4-0 7-4-0 7-5-0 6-5-0 5-6-0 6-6-0 5-6-0 8-4-0 9-4-0 8-5-0 8-5-0 7-4-0 5-6-0 8-5-0 8-4-0 7-6-0 6-6-0 4-8-0 6-6-0 7-6-0 7-7-0

7-2-0 4-2-0 6-2-0 5-2-0 5-1-0 7-1-0 5-2-0 6-1-0 4-1-0 4-4-0 2-3-0 4-2-0 4-0-0 4-3-0 2-3-0 3-2-0 7-1-0 3-3-0 6-1-0 4-2-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 4-2-0 5-3-0 4-2-0 4-3-0 4-3-0 5-2-0 6-2-0

2-2-0 4-2-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 5-3-0 3-2-0 5-3-0 5-2-0 5-3-0 3-0-0 5-2-0 2-3-0 1-6-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 5-2-0 2-3-0 5-2-0 2-4-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 5-2-0 4-2-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 0-5-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 1-4-0

1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 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 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0

9-4-0 8-5-0 8-5-0 6-7-0

4-1-0 5-3-0 4-2-0 4-4-0

4-3-0 3-2-0 4-3-0 2-3-0

1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

5-1 4-2 3-2 1-4

2nd 3rd 3rd T-5th

15-3-0 12-4-0 11-4-0 11-4-0 10-6-0 11-5-0 7-8-0

7-2-0 7-1-0 4-2-0 7-1-0 4-3-0 4-1-0 4-3-0

6-0-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 3-3-0 5-1-0 5-4-0 2-4-0

2-1-0 2-1-0 3-0-0 1-0-0 1-2-0 2-0-0 1-1-0

7-0 5-1 5-1 6-0 5-1 4-2 7-8

1st T-1st T-1st 1st T-1st 3rd 2nd

***Games sites for contests played between 1908 - 1922 were not documented***

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Postseason

USILA Tri-National Champion

NCAA Semifinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Finalist NCAA Semifinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA First Round NCAA First Round NCAA First Round

NCAA First Round

NCAA Finalist NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA First Round NCAA First Round NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA First Round

# 201 1 UN IT ED S TA T ES N A V A L A CA D E MY M EN’ S LA C ROSSE #

Year Coach Captain 1969 Willis Bilderback Dennis Yatras 1970 Willis Bilderback Harry MacLaughlin 1971 — Inaugural NCAA Lacrosse Championship 1971 Willis Bilderback Karl Schwelm 1972 Willis Bilderback Dennis Supko 1973 Dick Szlasa John Pilli 1974 Dick Szlasa Joe Avveduti 1975 Dick Szlasa John Lawlor 1976 Dick Szlasa Bill Mueller, Steve Soules 1977 Dick Szlasa Jeff Long, Bill Stulb 1978 Dick Szlasa Brian McCormack, Jim Shulson 1979 Dick Szlasa Mike Chanenchuk, Mike Hannan 1980 Dick Szlasa Mike Buzzell, Ernie Styron 1981 Dick Szlasa Jim Bianchi, Mike McLaughlin 1982 Dick Szlasa David Jones, John Korn 1983 Bryan Matthews Robert Bianchi, Rich Hayes 1984 Bryan Matthews Tom Calabrese, Neil Duffy 1985 Bryan Matthews Chris Adams 1986 Bryan Matthews Glen Miles 1987 Bryan Matthews Bob Wehman 1988 Bryan Matthews Jim Darcy 1989 Bryan Matthews Joe Schweitzer 1990 Bryan Matthews Brian Keith 1991 Bryan Matthews John Duthie 1992 Bryan Matthews Sean Donnelly 1993 Bryan Matthews John Tierney 1994 Bryan Matthews Tommy Roszko 1995 Richie Meade Rob Bailey 1996 Richie Meade Brian Hay 1997 Richie Meade Chris Messineo 1998 Richie Meade Howie Meehan 1999 Richie Meade J.L. Reppert


NCAA’s Winningest Coaches

Winningest All-Time Coaches - By Pct.

# 201 1 UN IT ED S TA T ES N A V A L A CA D E MY M EN’ S LA C ROSSE #

(Minimum 10 years as a Div. I head coach; includes all victories as coach at a four-year institution through 2010.)

Name (Teams Coached) Yrs W L T Pct. 1. W.P. Bilderback (Navy 1959-72) 14 131 26 2 .8302 2. George Finlayson (Navy 1911-35) 25 140 25 10 .8286 3. Jack Faber (Maryland 1928-43, 46-63) 34 251 56 2 .8155 4. Al Heagy (Maryland 1931-43, 46-65) 33 246 57 2 .8098 5. Mickey Cochrane (Bowling Green 1966-75) 10 77 22 0 .7778 6. *John Desko (Syracuse 1999-present) 12 147 44 0 .7696 7. Willie Scroggs (North Carolina 1979-90) 12 120 37 0 .7643 8. W.H. Dinty Moore (Navy 1936-58) 23 159 50 2 .7583 9. Roy Simmons Jr. (Syracuse 1971-98) 28 290 96 0 .7513 10. *Dave Urick 31 331 115 0 .7506 (Hobart 1980-89, Georgetown 1990-present) 11. Bud Beardmore 13 104 35 0 .7482 (Virginia 1968-69, Maryland 1970-80) 12. *Bill Tierney 26 284 98 0 .7435 (Rochester Inst. 1982-84, Princeton 1988-09, Denver 2010-present) 13. F. Morris Touchstone (Army 1929-57) 29 215 73 4 .7432 14. Bob Scott (Johns Hopkins 1955-74) 20 158 55 1 .7407 15. *Dom Starsia 28 316 113 0 .7366 (Brown 1983-92, Virginia 1993-present) 16. Laurie Cox (Syracuse 1916-16, 18-30) 14 116 40 15 .7222 17. *Dave Pietramala 13 136 55 0 .7120 (Cornell 1998-00, Johns Hopkins 2001-present) 18. *Dave Cottle 28 279 115 0 .7081 (Loyola (Md.) 1983-01, Maryland 2002-10) 19. Dick Edell (Army 1977-83, Maryland 1984-01) 25 237 100 0 .7033 20. Jim Adams 35 284 123 1 .6973 (Army 1958-69, Penn 1970-77, Virginia 1978-92) 21. *Mike Pressler 26 276 120 0 .6970 (VMI 1983, Ohio Wesleyan 1986-90, Duke 1991-06, Bryant 2007-present) 22. Al Twitchell (Rutgers 1950-61) 12 86 39 1 .6865 23. Kelso Morrill (Johns Hopkins 1935-43, 45-46, 50) 12 68 31 1 .6850 24. Richie Moran (Cornell 1969-97) 29 257 121 0 .6799 25. Dick Garber (Massachusetts 1955-90) 36 300 141 3 .6791 26. Roy Simmons Sr. (Syracuse 1931-42, 46-70) 37 253 130 1 .6602 27. Dave Klarmann (North Carolina 1991-00) 10 100 52 0 .6579 28. *John Danowski 28 284 151 0 .6529 (C.W. Post 1983-85, Hofstra 1986-06, Duke 2007-present) 29. *Kevin Corrigan 24 216 118 0 .6467 (Randolph-Macon 1985-86, Notre Dame 1989-present) 30. Al Nies (Princeton 1921-35) 15 74 39 7 .6458 31. William Harkness (Yale 1950-63) 14 100 55 1 .6442 32. Cliff Stevenson (Brown 1963-82) 20 170 95 0 .6415 33. Jack Emmer 36 326 184 0 .6392 (Cortland St. 1970-72, Wash. & Lee 1973-83, Army 1984-05) 34. Ray Van Orman 19 95 56 0 .6291 (Johns Hopkins 1926-34, Cornell 1940-49) 35. Howdy Myers 29 239 141 4 .6276 (Johns Hopkins 1947-49, Hofstra 1950-75) 36. *Tony Seaman 29 260 156 0 .6250 (C.W. Post 1982, Penn1983-90, Johns Hopkins 1991-98,Towson 1999-present) 37. Dick Szlasa 21 164 99 0 .6236 (Towson 1967, Wash. & Lee 1968-72, Navy 1973-82, Drew 1983-87) 38. *Don Zimmerman 24 202 123 0 .6215 (Johns Hopkins 1984-90, UMBC 1994-present) 39. Carl Runk (Towson 1968-98) 31 262 161 0 .6194 40. *Joe Breschi 13 117 72 0 .6190 (Ohio St. 1998-08, North Carolina 2009-present) 41. Avery Blake 39 246 153 3 .6157 (Swarthmore 1931-59, Penn 1960-69) 42. Bill Logan (Princeton 1936-45) 10 49 31 0 .6125 43. Bob Naso (Rutgers 1962-74) 13 95 60 1 .6122 44. John Haus 14 125 80 0 .6098 (Washington College 1995-98, Johns Hopkins 1999-00, N. Carolina 2001-08) 45. *Greg Cannella (Massachusetts 1995-present)16 136 89 0 .6044 46. *Richie Meade 20 165 111 0 .5978 (Baltimore 1979-82, Navy 1995-present) 47. Fred Fitch (Rutgers 1926-43, 46-49) 22 106 71 8 .5946 48. Harvey Potter 14 98 68 1 .5898 (Williams 1949-51, Colgate 1955-65) 49. *Glenn Thiel 41 299 216 0 .5806 (Virginia 1970-77, Penn St. 1978-10) 50. Reginald Root (Yale 1929-30, 32,32-42,47-49) 13 62 45 1 .5787 *Active coach. ^Ties computed as half won and half lost.

Winningest All-Time Coaches - By Wins

Name (Teams Coached) Years Won Lost Tied Pct. 1. *Dave Urick 31 331 115 0 .7506 (Hobart 1980-89, Georgetown 1990-present) 2. Jack Emmer 36 326 184 0 .6392 (Cortland St. 1970-72, Wash. & Lee 1973-83, Army 1984-05) 3. *Dom Starsia 28 316 113 0 .7366 (Brown 1983-92, Virginia 1993-present) 4. Dick Garber (Massachusetts 1955-90) 36 300 141 3 .6791 5. Glenn Thiel (Virginia 1970-77, Penn St. 1978-10) 41 299 216 0 .5806 6. Roy Simmons Jr. (Syracuse 1971-98) 28 290 96 0 .7513 7. *Bob Shillinglaw 35 288 257 0 .5284 (Mass. Maritime 1976-78, Delaware 1979-present) 8. *Bill Tierney 26 284 98 0.7435 12-5 (Rochester Inst. 1982-84, Princeton 1988-09, Denver 2010-) *John Danowski 28 284 151 0 .6529 (C.W. Post 1983-85, Hofstra 1986-06, Duke 2007-present) Jim Adams 35 284 123 1 .6973 (Army 1958-69, Penn 1970-77, Virginia 1978-92) 11. *Dave Cottle 28 279 115 0 .7081 (Loyola (Md.) 1983-01, Maryland 2002-10) 12. *Mike Pressler 26 276 120 0 .6970 (VMI 1983, Ohio Wesleyan 1986-90, Duke 1991-06, Bryant 2007-present) 13. Carl Runk (Towson 1968-98) 31 262 161 0 .6194 14. *Tony Seaman 29 260 156 0 .6250 (C.W. Post 1982, Penn1983-90, Johns Hopkins 1991-98,Towson 1999-present) 15. Richie Moran (Cornell 1969-97) 29 257 121 0 .6799 16. Roy Simmons Sr. (Syracuse 1931-42, 46-70) 37 253 130 1 .6602 17. Jack Faber (Maryland 1928-43, 46-63) 34 251 56 2 .8155 18. Al Heagy (Maryland 1931-43, 46-65) 33 246 57 2 .8098 Avery Blake 39 246 153 3 .6157 (Swarthmore 1931-59, Penn 1960-69) 20. Sid Jamieson (Bucknell 1968-05) 38 242 232 0 .5105 21. Howdy Myers 29 239 141 4 .6276 (Johns Hopkins 1947-49, Hofstra 1950-75) 22. Dick Edell (Army 1977-83, Maryland 1984-01) 25 237 100 0 .7033 23. Tom Hayes (Drexel 1969-74, Rutgers 1975-00) 32 235 185 0 .5595 24. *Kevin Corrigan 24 216 118 0 .6467 (Randolph-Macon 1985-86, Notre Dame 1989-present) 25. F. Morris Touchstone (Army 1929-57) 29 215 73 4 .7432 26. *Don Zimmerman 24 202 123 0 .6215 (Johns Hopkins 1984-90, UMBC 1994-present) 27. Dick Watts (Kenyon 1965-67, UMBC 1971-93) 26 198 163 1 .5483 28. Tom Dent (Dartmouth 1926-60) 35 188 141 4 .5706 29. Randy Marks (Villanova 1983-06) 24 179 152 0 .5408 30. Bruce Munro (Harvard 1949-74) 26 171 164 8 .5102 31. Cliff Stevenson (Brown 1963-82) 20 170 95 0 .6415 32. Mike Waldvogel (Yale 1981-02) 22 166 144 0 .5355 33. *Richie Meade 20 165 111 0 .5978 (Baltimore 1979-82, Navy 1995-present) 34. Dick Szlasa 21 164 99 0 .6236 (Towson 1967, Wash. & Lee 1968-72, Navy 1973-82, Drew 1983-87) 35. W.H. Dinty Moore (Navy 1936-58) 23 159 50 2 .7583 36. Bob Scott (Johns Hopkins 1955-74) 20 158 55 1 .7407 37. Bill Lawson (Lafayette 1972-02) 31 153 239 0 .3903 38. John Espey 23 151 165 0 .4778 (Duke 1976-81, Stony Brook 1988-04) 39. *John Desko (Syracuse 1999-present) 12 147 44 0 .7696 40. Scott Anderson (Harvard 1988-07) 20 142 133 0 .5164 41. Randy Voigt (Drexel 1975-99) 25 141 177 0 .4434 42. George Finlayson (Navy 1911-35) 25 140 25 10 .8286 43. *Dave Pietramala 13 136 55 0 .7120 (Cornell 1998-00, Johns Hopkins 2001-present) *Greg Cannella (Massachusetts 1995-present)16 136 89 0 .6044 45. Jack McGetrick 17 132 115 0 .5344 (Hartford 1993-03, Bellarmine 2005-10) 46. W.P. Bilderback (Navy 1959-72) 14 131 26 2 .8302 47. John Haus 14 125 80 0 .6098 (Washington College 1995-98, Johns Hopkins 1999-00, N. Carolina 2001-08) 48. Willie Scroggs (North Carolina 1979-90) 12 120 37 0 .7643 49. John McCloskey (Lehigh, 1984-01) 18 119 126 0 .4857 50. *Joe Breschi 13 117 72 0 .6190 (Ohio St. 1998-08, North Carolina 2009-present) B.J. O’Hara (Dartmouth 1987-89, Hobart 1990-01) 16 117 95 0 .5519 Ferris Thomsen 21 117 106 7 .5239 (Penn 1947-49, Princeton 1951-70) Doug Bartlett (VMI, 1986-06) 21 117 161 0 .4209 *Active coach. ^Ties computed as half won and half lost.

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NCAA’s Winningest Coaches

Winningest Active Coaches - By Pct.

Winningest Active Coaches - By Wins

Name (Teams Coached) Years Won Lost Tied Pct. 1. John Desko (Syracuse 1999-present) 12 147 44 0 .7696 2. Dave Urick 31 331 115 0 .7506 (Hobart 1980-89, Georgetown 1990-present) 3. Bill Tierney 26 284 98 0 .7435 (Rochester Inst. 1982-84, Princeton 1988-09, Denver 2010-present) 4. Dom Starsia 28 316 113 0 .7366 (Brown 1983-92, Virginia 1993-present) 5. Jeff Tambroni 10 109 40 0 .7315 (Cornell 2001-10, Penn State 2011-present) 6. Dave Pietramala 13 136 55 0 .7120 (Cornell 1998-00, Johns Hopkins 2001-present) 7. Mike Pressler 26 276 120 0 .6970 (VMI 1983, Ohio Wesleyan 1986-90, Duke 1991-06, Bryant 2007-present) 8. Scott Nelson 23 223 103 0 .6840 (Nazareth 1986-00, Brown 2001-06, Marist 2009-present) 9. T.W. Johnson 5 51 25 0 .6711 (Limestone 2002-04, Hobart 2009-present) 10. John Danowski 28 284 151 0 .6529 (C.W. Post 1983-85, Hofstra 1986-06, Duke 2007-present) 11. Kevin Corrigan 24 216 118 0 .6467 (Randolph-Macon 1985-86, Notre Dame 1989-present) 12. Lars Tiffany 6 56 33 0 .6292 (Stony Brook 2005-06, Brown 2007-present) 13. Tony Seaman 29 260 156 0 .6250 (C.W. Post 1982, Penn1983-90, Johns Hopkins 1991-98,Towson 1999-present) 14. Don Zimmerman 24 202 123 0 .6215 (Johns Hopkins 1984-90, UMBC 1994-present) 15. Jim Stagnitta 21 188 115 0 .6205 (Washington & Lee 1990-01, Rutgers 2002-present) 16. Joe Breschi 13 117 72 0 .6190 (Ohio St. 1998-08, North Carolina 2009-present) 17. Greg Cannella (Massachusetts 1995-present) 16 136 89 0 .6044 18. Richie Meade 20 165 111 0 .5978 (Baltimore 1979-82, Navy 1995-present) 19. Frank Fedorjaka (Bucknell 2006-present) 5 44 30 0 .5946 20. Jim Nagle 16 140 98 0 .5882 (SUNY Oneonta 1995-01, Colgate 2002-present) 21. Mike Murphy 8 69 49 0 .5847 (Haverford 2003-09, Penn 2010-present) 22. Charley Toomey (Loyola 2006-present) 5 38 29 0 .5672 23. Scott Marr (Albany 2001-present) 10 85 69 0 .5519 24. Brian Brecht (Siena 2005-present) 6 52 44 0 .5417 25. Matt Kerwick 14 103 91 0 .5309 (Randolph-Macon 1992-94, Alfred 1996-98, Hobart 2002-08, Jacksonville 2010-present) 26. Bob Shillinglaw 35 288 257 0 .5284 (Mass. Maritime 1976-78, Delaware 1979-present) 27. Joe Alberici 6 48 44 0 .5217 28. Chris Bates 11 81 76 0 .5159 (Drexel 2000-09, Princeton 2010-present) 29. Brian Anken 7 52 52 0 .5000 (Mars Hill 2004-06, Lycoming 2007-10, VMI 2011-present) 30 Rick Sowell 11 76 77 0 .4967 (Dartmouth 1999-03, St. John’s 2005-06, Stony Brook 2007-present) 31. Brian Voelker 8 52 55 0 .4860 (Penn 2003-09, Drexel 2010-present) 32. Andy Shay (Yale 2004-present) 7 45 49 0 .4787 33. Tim McIntee (Manhattan 1998-present) 13 85 114 0 .4271 34. Randy Mearns (Canisius 1999-present) 12 68 93 0 .4224 35. Chris Burdick (Providence 1999-present) 12 80 110 0 .4211 36. Tom Gravante (Mount St. Mary’s 1995-08) 15 107 130 0 .4515 37. Tom Mariano 15 90 132 0 .4054 (Marist 1996, Sacred Heart 1997-present) 38. Pat Cullinan 10 53 96 0 .3557 (West Chester 200-03, St. Joseph’s 2005-present) 39. Eric Fekete (Quinnipiac 2002-present) 9 46 72 0 .3898 40. Ed Stephenson (Binghamton 2002-present) 9 41 78 0 .3445

Name (Teams Coached) Years Won Lost Tied Pct. 1. Dave Urick 31 331 115 0 .7506 (Hobart 1980-89, Georgetown 1990-present) 2. Dom Starsia 28 316 113 0 .7366 (Brown 1983-92, Virginia 1993-present) 3. Bob Shillinglaw 35 288 257 0 .5284 (Mass. Maritime 1976-78, Delaware 1979-present) 4. John Danowski 28 284 151 0 .6529 (C.W. Post 1983-85, Hofstra 1986-06, Duke 2007-present) Bill Tierney 26 284 98 0 .7435 (Rochester Inst. 1982-84, Princeton 1988-09, Denver 2010-present) 6. Mike Pressler 26 276 120 0 .6970 (VMI 1983, Ohio Wesleyan 1986-90, Duke 1991-06, Bryant 2007-present) 7. Tony Seaman 29 260 156 0 .6250 (C.W. Post 1982, Penn1983-90, Johns Hopkins 1991-98,Towson 1999-present) 8. Scott Nelson 23 223 103 0 .6840 (Nazareth 1986-00, Brown 2001-06, Marist 2009-present) 9. Kevin Corrigan 24 216 118 0 .6467 (Randolph-Macon 1985-86, Notre Dame 1989-present) 10. Don Zimmerman 24 202 123 0 .6215 (Johns Hopkins 1984-90, UMBC 1994-present) 11. Jim Stagnitta 21 188 115 0 .6205 (Washington & Lee 1990-01, Rutgers 2002-present) 12. Richie Meade 20 165 111 0 .5978 (Baltimore 1979-82, Navy 1995-present) 13. John Desko (Syracuse 1999-present) 12 147 44 0 .7696 14. Jim Nagle 16 140 98 0 .5882 (SUNY Oneonta 1995-01, Colgate 2002-present) 15. Dave Pietramala 13 136 55 0 .7120 (Cornell 1998-00, Johns Hopkins 2001-present) Greg Cannella (Massachusetts 1995-present) 16 136 89 0 .6044 17. Joe Breschi 13 117 72 0 .6190 (Ohio St. 1998-08, North Carolina 2009-present) 18. Jeff Tambroni 10 109 40 0 .7315 (Cornell 2001-10, Penn State 2011-present) 19. Tom Gravante (Mount St. Mary’s 1995-08) 15 107 130 0 .4515 20. Matt Kerwick 14 103 91 0 .5309 (Randolph-Macon 1992-94, Alfred 1996-98, Hobart 2002-08, Jacksonville 2010-present) 21. Tom Mariano 15 90 132 0 .4054 (Marist 1996, Sacred Heart 1997-present) 22. Scott Marr (Albany 2001-present) 10 85 69 0 .5519 Tim McIntee (Manhattan 1998-present) 13 85 114 0 .4271 24. Chris Bates 11 81 76 0 .5159 (Drexel 2000-09, Princeton 2010-present) 25. Chris Burdick (Providence 1999-present) 12 80 110 0 .4211 26. Rick Sowell 11 76 77 0 .4967 (Dartmouth 1999-03, St. John’s 2005-06, Stony Brook 2007-present) 27. Mike Murphy 8 69 49 0 .5847 (Haverford 2003-09, Penn 2010-present) 28. Randy Mearns (Canisius 1999-present) 12 68 93 0 .4224 29. Lars Tiffany 6 56 33 0 .6292 (Stony Brook 2005-06, Brown 2007-present) 30. Pat Cullinan 10 53 96 0 .3557 (West Chester 200-03, St. Joseph’s 2005-present) 31. Brian Anken 7 52 52 0 .5000 (Mars Hill 2004-06, Lycoming 2007-10, VMI 2011-present) Brian Voelker 8 52 55 0 .4860 (Penn 2003-09, Drexel 2010-present) Brian Brecht (Siena 2005-present) 6 52 44 0 .5417 34. T.W. Johnson 5 51 25 0 .6711 (Limestone 2002-04, Hobart 2009-present) 35. Joe Alberici 6 48 44 0 .5217 36. Eric Fekete (Quinnipiac 2002-present) 9 46 72 0 .3898 37. Andy Shay (Yale 2004-present) 7 45 49 0 .4787 38. Frank Fedorjaka (Bucknell 2006-present) 5 44 30 0 .5946 39. Ed Stephenson (Binghamton 2002-present) 9 41 78 0 .3445 40. Charley Toomey (Loyola 2006-present) 5 38 29 0 .5672

(Minimum 5 years as a Div. I head coach; includes all victories as coach at a four-year institution through 2010.)

(Minimum 5 years as a Div. I head coach; includes all victories as coach at a four-year institution through 2010.)

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All-Time Year-By-Year Results 1908

1-6 1-7 4-2

Record: 2-2; Independent Johns Hopkins Mt. Washington L.C. Harvard Baltimore City

L L W W

4-7 3-7 6-3 5-2

Record: 6-1; Independent Mt. Washington Jr. Johns Hopkins Mt. Washington L.C. Harvard Lehigh Swarthmore Carlisle

W W W L W W W

6-0 7-6 6-1 0-1 4-2 7-5 3-2

1909

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1910

1911

Yr 1908 1909 1910

Record: 5-0-1; Independent 3-21 Baltimore City 3-28 Maryland Club 4-4 Lehigh 4-18 Swarthmore 5-4 Crescent A.C. 5-9 Mt. Washington L.C.

Finlayson at Navy Yr 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928

Overall Record 4-2-0 5-0-1 4-2-2 6-0-1 4-3-1 6-1-0 2-0-0 4-0-0 5-0-0 9-0-0 7-0-0 7-0-0 8-0-1 4-3-0 8-0-0 7-0-0 6-1-0 7-1-1

NC

W W W T W W

1

• Guided the first Navy varsity lacrosse squads. • Led Navy to its first win in school history — a 4-2 victory over Baltimore City in 1908.

Record: 4-2-2; Independent Baltimore City Walbrook A.C. Lehigh Johns Hopkins Harvard Swarthmore Carlisle Mt. Washington L.C.

W W L T L T W W

9-1 6-2 3-4 4-4 4-8 5-5 5-2 8-0

Record: 6-0-1; Independent Lehigh Baltimore City Johns Hopkins Swarthmore Harvard Carlisle Penn

W W W W W T W

5-1 5-0 5-2 6-0 11-4 3-3 8-0

1915

Record: 4-3-1; Independent Mt. Washington L.C. Cornell Baltimore City Johns Hopkins Harvard Swarthmore Penn Carlisle

L W W L L W W T

1-2 4-1 10-1 2-4 1-2 11-0 5-0 1-1

Record: 6-1; Independent Baltimore City Cornell Penn Johns Hopkins Harvard Swarthmore Mt. Washington L.C.

W W W L W W W

15-1 5-2 6-2 3-6 6-3 4-2 4-1

1916

1929 9-0-0 1 1930 6-2-0 1931 6-1-0 1932 5-2-0 1933 3-3-1 1934 4-1-2 1935 4-3-0 1-National Champion

1908-10 (3 years) Record: 9-5 (.643)

NC

1914

4-2 30-1 11-1 6-6 6-4 2-0

• 2 National Championships • 67 All-Americans

Overall Record 1-2-0 2-2-0 6-1-0

1913

Inaugural season under George Finlayson Record: 4-2; Independent Johns Hopkins L 1-2 Cornell W 12-0 Lehigh W 7-2 Harvard L 2-4 Mt. Washington L.C. W 6-0 Swarthmore W 7-1

1912

Frank Breyer / Bill Hudgins

Breyer/Hudgins at Navy

Inaugural season under Breyer/Hudgins Record: 1-2; Independent Johns Hopkins L Harvard L Baltimore City W

George Finlayson 1911-1935 (25 years) Record: 140-25-10 (.829)

• One of the most successful coaches at Navy, posting wins in 82.9 percent of the contests during his 25-year tenure. • Led the Mids to their first undefeated season with a 5-0-1 record in 1912 — produced 12 unbeaten teams overall. • Orchestrated Navy’s longest undefeated streak of 46 games between 1916-23. • Led Navy to its first National Championship in 1928, followed by the Mids’ second title in 1929 with a flawless 9-0-0 record.

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1917

Record: 2-0; Independent Baltimore City Penn

W W

10-1 4-1

Record: 4-0; Independent Baltimore City Swarthmore Johns Hopkins Carlisle

W W W W

8-0 2-0 12-0 3-1

Record: 5-0; Independent Penn State Johns Hopkins Swarthmore Lehigh Syracuse

W W W W W

13-0 5-3 10-0 4-1 13-0

Record: 9-0; Independent Maryland State Lehigh Swarthmore Harvard Baltimore City St. John’s Syracuse Penn State Hobart

W W W W W W W W W

11-1 9-1 10-0 5-2 12-1 5-0 7-1 13-0 2-0

Record: 7-0; Independent Maryland State Penn Harvard Swarthmore Cornell Johns Hopkins Penn State

W W W W W W W

15-0 11-1 11-0 15-0 15-2 9-0 18-0

Record: 7-0; Independent 4-1 Maryland Club 4-8 Cornell 4-12 Penn 4-22 Lehigh 4-29 Penn State 5-6 Johns Hopkins 5-13 Mt. Washington L.C.

W W W W W W W

16-0 20-1 17-0 5-3 13-0 9-1 3-2

1918

1919

1920

1921

1922

1923

Record: 8-0-1; Independent Home: 8-0-0 Away: 0-0-1Neutral: 0-0-0 3-31 Stevens Inst. of Tech. W 12-1 4-7 Mt. Washington L.C. W 8-2 4-14 Maryland Club W 4-2 4-21 Lehigh W 10-1 4-28 Penn W 5-1 5-2 St. John’s W 12-1 5-5 Penn State W 12-2 5-12 Johns Hopkins W 6-3 5-19 at Syracuse T 2-2


All-Time Year-By-Year Results 1924

Record: 4-3; Independent Home: 3-1 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 0-1 4-12 & vs. Maryland L 4-19 Stevens Inst. of Tech. W 4-26 at Johns Hopkins L 5-3 Penn W 5-10 Penn State W 5-17 Syracuse L 5-31 at Army W & game played in Washington, D.C.

1930 3-5 12-0 4-5 16-1 14-0 1-2 5-0

1925

1926

Record: 7-0; Independent Home: 5-0 Away: 2-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-3 New York W 4-17 Lafayette W 4-24 Lehigh W 5-1 Rutgers W 5-8 at Cornell W 5-15 Onondaga Indians W 5-29 at Army W

1927

Record: 6-1; Independent Home: 6-0 Away: 0-1 Neutral: 0-0 4-2 New York W 4-9 Cornell W 4-16 Maryland W 4-30 Randolph-Macon W 5-7 at Johns Hopkins L 5-14 Lehigh W 5-28 Army W

1928

1931 14-0 11-0 3-0 2-0 8-1 6-3 6-2 3-2

4-0 23-0 8-1 10-2 3-0 14-3 3-2

11-1 11-1 6-2 7-1 5-6 18-1 6-1

USILA National Champion Program’s First National Title Record: 7-1-1; Independent Home: 7-0-0 Away: 0-1-1Neutral: 0-0 3-31 New York W 7-3 4-14 Georgia Tech W 14-1 4-21 Lehigh W 11-0 4-25 Virginia W 19-0 4-28 Colgate W 14-1 5-5 at Maryland L 2-3 5-12 Johns Hopkins W 5-3 5-19 Randolph-Macon W 9-2 6-2 at Army T 4-4

1929

USILA National Champion Record: 9-0; Independent Home: 8-0 Away: 1-0 Neutral: 0-0 3-30 New York W 4-6 Randolph-Macon W 4-13 Lehigh W 4-20 Lafayette W 4-27 Georgia Tech W 5-4 at Syracuse W 5-11 Penn State W 5-18 Penn W 6-1 Maryland W

11-0 13-1 11-1 17-1 14-0 6-3 7-4 7-4 4-3

Record: 6-1; Independent Home: 5-1 Away: 1-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-11 Western Maryland W 4-18 Georgia Tech W 4-25 Lafayette W 5-2 Brown W 5-9 Lehigh W 5-16 at Harvard W 5-30 Maryland L

1932

Record: 5-2; Independent Home: 4-2 Away: 1-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-9 Mt. Washington L.C. L 4-16 Western Maryland W 4-23 Lehigh W 4-30 MIT W 5-7 at Penn W 5-14 Harvard W 5-28 Maryland L

1933

1934 4-5 23-1 13-0 15-1 6-1 4-0 8-0 1-5

Record: 4-1-2; Independent Home: 3-1-1 Away: 1-0-1Neutral: 0-0 4-7 Penn W 13-1 4-14 at Princeton T 2-2 4-21 Penn State W 13-3 4-28 Mt. Washington L.C. L 4-11 5-5 Syracuse W 11-8 5-12 Maryland T 6-6 5-26 at Army W 6-5

10-0 24-1 11-0 12-2 18-1 12-1 1-8

Record: 4-3; Independent Home: 3-3 Away: 1-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-6 Harvard W 4-13 Princeton L 4-27 Syracuse W 5-4 at Yale W 5-11 Maryland L 5-18 Mt. Washington L.C. L 6-1 Army W

7-1 3-4 16-10 24-6 5-6 4-14 7-6

Inaugural season under Dinty Moore Record: 4-3; Independent Home: 3-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 0-0 4-4 Harvard W 4-11 at Princeton W 4-25 Syracuse W 5-2 Yale W 5-9 Maryland L 5-16 Mt. Washington L.C. L 5-30 at Army L

8-2 8-5 8-6 8-3 2-7 1-9 4-10

4-5 10-2 23-0 24-0 9-2 6-2 2-4

1935

1936

Record: 3-3-1; Independent Home: 2-3-1 Away: 1-0-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-8 Harvard T 6-6 4-15 Lehigh W 16-2 4-22 Maryland L 3-7 4-29 Penn W 6-1 5-6 at Penn State W 11-4 5-13 Mt. Washington L.C. L 2-10 5-27 Army L 5-8

Moore at Navy

Overall Yr Record NC 1936 4-3-0 1937 4-3-0 1938 7-0-0 1939 6-1-0 1 1940 6-3-0 1941 6-2-1 1942 7-2-0 1943 7-1-0 1 1944 6-2-0 1945 6-2-1 2 1946 8-2-0 1 1947 7-3-0 1948 8-3-0 1949 11-0-0 2 1950 6-4-0 1951 5-5-0 1952 8-2-0 1953 8-2-0 1954 10-0-0 1 1955 9-1-0 1956 7-3-0 1957 7-2-0 1958 6-4-0 1-National Champion, 2-Co-Champion

William “Dinty” Moore 1936-58 (23 years) Record: 159-50-2 (.758)

• Led the Mids to at least a share of six national titles, including outright championships in 1939, ‘43, ‘46 and ‘54. • Produced 146 All-Americans, including 33First-Team All-Americas under his tutelage, including Navy’s first Schmeisser Memorial Cup recipient — team captain Charles Guy. • Directed the Mids to a 20-6 victory over Drexel in 1943, in which Robert Booze established an Academy record for goals in a game with eight. • Helped mold Stewart McLean and National Hall of Fame member James Chambers II into the top attackmen during their era, as both were recipients of the Jack Turnbull Memorial Award. • Led the Mids to three undefeated seasons, including an 11-0-0 record in 1949. • Coached one of only three four-time All-Americans in Navy’s history, James Chambers II.

• 6 National Championships • 146 All-Americans

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Record: 8-0; Independent Home: 7-0 Away: 1-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-8 Stevens Inst. of Tech W 4-11 Yale W 4-18 New York W 5-2 at Princeton W 5-9 Johns Hopkins W 5-16 Rutgers W 5-23 Toronto W 5-30 Army W

Record: 6-2; Independent Home: 5-2 Away: 1-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-5 Oxford-Cambridge L 4-19 Georgia Tech W 4-26 Lafayette W 5-3 Harvard W 5-10 at Lehigh W 5-17 Syracuse W 5-24 Western Maryland W 5-31 Maryland L


All-Time Year-By-Year Results

1937

Record: 4-3; Independent Home: 3-3 Away: 1-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-3 Dartmouth W 4-10 Harvard W 4-17 Princeton L 4-24 Yale W 5-8 at Syracuse W 5-15 Maryland L 5-29 Army L

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1938

1943

6-2 19-2 4-5 13-1 15-3 2-6 5-6

USILA National Champion Record: 7-0; Independent Home: 5-0 Away: 2-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-2 Dartmouth W 4-9 Harvard W 4-16 Princeton W 4-23 at Yale W 5-14 Maryland W 5-21 Penn W 5-28 at Army W

11-4 13-2 8-3 14-4 8-7 14-0 10-3

Record: 6-1; Independent Home: 5-1 Away: 1-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-1 Dartmouth W 4-8 Harvard W 4-15 at Princeton W 5-6 Loyola W 5-13 Maryland L 5-20 Penn W 5-27 Army W

11-3 14-0 7-2 14-4 3-5 15-2 5-4

1939

1940

Record: 6-3; Independent Home: 5-2 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 0-0 4-3 Dartmouth W 4-6 Harvard W 4-13 Penn State W 4-20 Princeton L 4-27 Yale W 5-4 Syracuse W 5-11 Maryland L 5-18 at Penn W 6-1 at Army L

1941

Record: 6-2-1; Independent Home: 6-1-1 Away: 0-1-0Neutral: 3-29 Dartmouth 4-5 Harvard 4-12 Penn State 4-19 Hobart 4-26 at Princeton 5-3 Syracuse 5-10 Swarthmore 5-14 Penn 5-31 Army

1942

13-3 7-2 10-1 4-9 11-5 10-9 3-12 16-2 2-13

0-0-0 W 11-5 W 12-0 W 13-4 W 17-4 L 4-13 W 14-9 T 9-9 W 11-4 L 5-7

Record: 7-2; Independent Home: 6-1 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 0-0 4-2 Dartmouth W 4-4 Harvard W 4-11 Penn State W 4-18 Loyola W 4-25 at Rutgers W 5-2 Penn W 5-9 Princeton L 5-16 Cornell W 5-27 at Army L

9-8 17-4 8-5 12-8 10-6 18-0 1-12 7-2 3-6

USILA National Champion Record: 7-1; Independent Home: 7-0 Away: 0-1 Neutral: 0-0 3-24 Drexel W 4-3 Loyola W 4-14 Johns Hopkins W 4-24 Penn State W 5-1 at Princeton L 5-8 Maryland W 5-15 Swarthmore W 5-29 Army W

20-6 8-1 7-4 4-2 6-7 9-8 16-3 12-5

Record: 6-2; Independent Home: 4-1 Away: 2-1 Neutral: 0-0 4-1 City College of NY W 4-15 at Swarthmore W 4-22 Johns Hopkins L.C. L 4/-29 Penn State W 5-6 Philadelphia L.C. W 5-13 at Johns Hopkins L.C. W 5-20 Princeton W 5-29 at Army L

27-0 6-0 3-4 21-1 19-1 5-4 15-1 5-7

USILA National Champion Record: 6-2-1; Independent Home: 5-1-1 Away: 1-1-0 0-0-0 3-31 City College of NY 4-14 Swarthmore 4-21 Johns Hopkins L.C. 4-28 at Penn State 5-5 Cornell 5-5 Dartmouth 5-12 at Johns Hopkins 5-19 Penn State 5-26 Army

W W L W W W L W T

29-0 17-1 7-8 20-0 20-1 14-0 5-7 23-0 7-7

USILA National Champion Record: 8-2; Independent Home: 6-2 Away: 2-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-13 Swarthmore W 4-20 Johns Hopkins L 4-27 Penn State W 4-29 Duke W 5-1 Syracuse W 5-4 at Cornell W 5-11 Mt. Washington L.C. L 5-15 Maryland W 5-18 Cornell W 5-25 at Army W

13-0 12-9 14-4 7-3 20-4 24-5 9-10 11-4 25-4 12-10

Record: 7-3; Independent Home: 7-1 Away: 0-2 Neutral: 0-0 3-31 Union College W 4-3 Dartmouth W 4-5 Harvard W 4-12 Maryland W 4-19 at Princeton L 4-26 Penn State W 5-3 Duke W 5-10 at Johns Hopkins L 5-17 Swarthmore W 5-24 Army L

29-0 19-5 15-1 10-9 5-8 10-1 10-4 7-14 18-2 3-9

Record: 8-3; Independent Home: 6-2 Away: 2-1 Neutral: 0-0 3-31 Dartmouth W 4-3 Harvard W 4-10 Syracuse W 4-17 at Yale W

13-6 13-3 14-2 13-2

1944

1945

1946

Neutral:

1947

1948

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Legendary Navy head coach Dinty Moore and 1954 team captain Jack Jones. 4-24 4-28 5-1 5-8 5-15 5-22 5-29

L L W L W W W

3-8 8-14 9-3 8-9 5-4 14-1 10-9

USILA National Champion Record: 11-0; Independent Home: 9-0 Away: 2-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-4 Williams College W 4-6 Harvard W 4-9 Virginia W 4-13 Duke W 4-16 Yale W 4-23 Maryland W 4-30 at Penn State W 5-7 at Princeton W 5-14 Penn W 5-21 Swarthmore W 5-28 Army W

14-3 18-2 13-2 13-7 13-4 14-4 19-7 11-8 20-4 18-3 14-5

Record: 6-4; Independent Home: 4-2 Away: 2-2 Neutral: 0-0 4-1 Washington College W 4-8 Harvard W 4-10 Duke W 4-15 Penn State W 4-22 at Maryland W 4-29 at Yale L 5-6 Princeton L 5-13 Johns Hopkins L 5-20 at Penn W 5-27 at Army L

10-5 15-0 10-9 9-6 6-5 1-5 6-11 4-8 18-2 8-11

1949

1950

at Maryland Duke Penn State Johns Hopkins Princeton Lehigh at Army


All-Time Year-By-Year Results 1951

Record: 8--2; Independent Home: 6-1 Away: 2-1 Neutral: 0-0 3-29 Washington College W 4-3 Dartmouth W 4-5 Harvard W 4-12 Penn State W 4-19 at Maryland W 4/26 Virginia L 5-3 Princeton W 5-10 Johns Hopkins W 5-17 at Penn W 5-24 at Army L

12-7 12-3 8-7 21-0 10-9 8-9 10-5 10-9 17-2 4-15

Record: 8-2; Independent Home: 7-1 Away: 1-1 Neutral: 0-0 3-28 Washington College W 4-4 Harvard W 4-7 Virginia W 4-11 Penn State W 4-18 Maryland L 4-25 Duke W 5-2 at Princeton L 5-9 at Johns Hopkins W 5-16 Penn W 5-23 Army W

13-5 13-1 8-7 19-1 9-10 9-5 8-13 7-4 12-5 10-7

USILA National Champion Record: 10-0; Independent Home: 7-0 Away: 3-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-3 Washington College W 4-8 Harvard W 4-10 at Virginia W 4-14 Penn State W 4-17 at Maryland W 4-24 Duke W 5-1 Princeton W 5-8 Johns Hopkins W 5-15 Penn W 5-29 at Army W

18-0 21-2 14-3 23-1 12-7 17-3 13-4 12-3 15-5 9-3

Record: 9-1; Independent Home: 5-1 Away: 4-0 Neutral: 0-0 3-26 Washington College W 4-4 Harvard W 4-12 Duke W 4-16 at Penn State W 4-20 at Penn W 4-23 Virginia W 4-30 Maryland L 5-7 at Princeton W 5-14 at Johns Hopkins W 5-28 Army W

13-4 21-3 15-8 16-2 23-1 17-5 8-9 16-7 13-3 6-2

1953

1954

1955

Overall Yr Record NCAA NC 1959 6-3-1 1960 10-1-0 1 1961 9-2-0 2 1962 10-1-0 1 1963 8-1-0 1 1964 10-0-0 1 1965 12-0-0 1 1966 11-1-0 1 1967 9-2-0 3 1968 7-3-1 1969 10-3-0 1970 11-1-0 3 1971 10-4-0 * 1972 8-4-0 * 1-National Champion, 2-CoChampion, 3-Tri-Champion

• 9 National Championships • 92 All-Americans • 2 NCAA Tournament appearances

1959-72 (14 years) Record: 131-26-2 (.830)

• Made Navy a household name among the lacrosse community in the 60s — noted as the Golden Age. • The winningest coach (pct) in NCAA history, winning 83.0 percent of his games. • Recipient of the Morris Touchstone Memorial Award, the National Coach of the Year, in just his second year as Navy’s head coach • Led Navy to at least a share of nine National Championships between 1960-70, including eight in a row between 1960-67 ... his five outright titles between 1962-66 is a feat no other team has matched in the history of the sport. • Molded attackman James Lewis into a three-time First-Team AllAmerica selection and the only three-time recipient of the Jack Turnbull Memorial Award. • Led the Mids to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances in 1971 and 72, the first two years the tournament we held.

1956

Record: 7-3; Independent Home: 6-1 Away: 1-2 Neutral: 0-0 3-24 Washington College W 4-3 Syracuse W 4-7 Harvard W 4-14 Penn State W 4-21 Virginia W 4-28 at Maryland L 5-5 at Duke W 5-12 Johns Hopkins L 5-19 Princeton W 5-26 at Army L

1957

Record: 7-2; Independent Home: 5-1 Away: 2-1 Neutral: 0-0 3-30 Washington College W 4-6 Harvard W 4-13 Penn State W 4-20 Duke W 4-27 Maryland L 5-4 at Virginia W 5-11 at Johns Hopkins L 5-18 at Princeton W 6-1 Army W

1958 18-10 20-6 18-2 17-4 8-5 5-10 23-4 6-8 14-4 5-8

18-11 14-1 19-8 21-0 4-5 10-5 6-15 12-10 14-6

Record: 6-4; Independent Home: 5-2 Away: 1-2 Neutral: 0-0 3-29 Washington College W 4-9 Colgate W 4-12 Penn State W 4-19 Princeton W 4-26 at Maryland L 5-3 Virginia L 5-10 Johns Hopkins L 5-13 Duke W 5-17 at Penn W 5-31 at Army L

1959

17-8 15-2 18-2 15-12 10-17 14-15 7-14 23-2 18-0 12-17

Inaugural season under Willis Bilderback Record: 6-3-1; Independent Home: 3-2-1 Away: 3-1-0 Neutral: 0-0-0 3-28 Rutgers W 10-9 4-4 Washington College W 8-6 4-11 at Penn State W 29-3 4-18 at Princeton L 7-8 4-25 Maryland L 8-15 5-2 at Virginia W 9-5 5-9 at Johns Hopkins W 13-11 5-12 Duke W 16-1 5-16 Baltimore T 6-6 5-30 Army L 6-11

1959 team captain Ed Gibbons and Willis Bilderback, who took over the coaching reins in 1959.

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8-6 14-3 14-4 10-1 9-10 6-17 7-16 10-13 18-2 5-11

1952

Willis Bilderback

Bilderback at Navy

Record: 5-5; Independent Home: 5-2 Away: 0-3 Neutral: 0-0 3-28 Washington College W 4-4 Harvard W 4-7 Swarthmore W 4-14 Penn State W 4-21 Maryland L 4-28 at Duke L 5-5 at Princeton L 5-12 at Johns Hopkins L 5-19 Penn W 5-26 Army L


All-Time Year-By-Year Results

1960

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USILA National Champion Record: 10-1; Independent Home: 7-1 Away: 3-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-2 at Rutgers W 4-6 Penn State W 4-9 Washington College W 4-16 Princeton W 4-23 Virginia W 4-30 at Maryland W 5-7 Duke W 5-14 Johns Hopkins W 5-21 Baltimore W 5-28 Mt. Washington L.C. L 6-4 at Army W

1961

USILA Co-National Champion Record: 9-2; Independent Home: 6-2 Away: 3-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-1 Rutgers W 4-8 Penn State W 4-12 Washington College W 4-15 at Princeton W 4-22 at Virginia W 4-29 Maryland W 5-6 Duke W 5-13 at Johns Hopkins W 5-20 Baltimore W 5-27 Mt. Washington L.C. L 6-3 Army L

1962

USILA National Champion Record: 10-1; Independent Home: 7-1 Away: 3-0 Neutral: 0-0 3-31 at Rutgers W 4-7 Harvard W 4-14 Princeton W 4-21 Virginia W 4-28 at Maryland W 5-2 Washington College W 5-5 Duke W 5-12 Johns Hopkins W

5-19 5-26 6-2 15-2 17-3 19-0 16-5 9-2 15-14 18-5 15-7 10-3 7-11 10-7

12-3 16-5 18-5 10-5 8-7 9-7 17-2 15-9 12-10 10-15 8-10

17-6 17-4 13-3 11-8 22-12 16-1 16-2 16-11

1963

Baltimore Baltimore L.C. at Army

W L W

USILA National Champion Record: 8-1; Independent Home: 5-1 Away: 3-0 Neutral: 0-0 3-30 Rutgers W 4-6 Washington College W 4-13 at Princeton W 4-20 at Virginia W 4-27 Maryland W 5-4 Duke W 5-11 at Johns Hopkins W 5-18 Baltimore W 6-1 Army L

13-3 12-2 9-6 10-3 17-9 15-2 10-5 19-7 9-11

USILA National Champion Record: 10-0; Independent Home: 7-0 Away: 3-0 Neutral: 0-0 3-28 at Rutgers W 4-4 Washington College W 4-11 Princeton W 4-18 Duke W 4-25 at Maryland W 5-2 Virginia W 5-9 Johns Hopkins W 5-16 Baltimore W 5-23 Philadelphia L.C. W 5-30 at Army W

20-3 13-4 16-1 16-2 11-7 12-4 15-3 16-4 18-8 9-4

USILA National Champion Record: 12-0; Independent Home: 9-0 Away: 3-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-3 Mt. Washington L.C. W 4-7 Harvard W 4-10 at Princeton W 4-17 Duke W 4-24 Maryland W 4-28 Washington College W 5-1 at Hofstra W 5-8 at Johns Hopkins W 5-15 Virginia W 5-22 Baltimore W 5-29 Philadelphia L.C. W 6-5 Army W

11-10 16-1 17-9 19-2 13-7 22-1 19-2 15-6 13-5 22-5 14-5 18-7

USILA National Champion Record: 11-1; Independent Home: 8-1 Away: 3-0 Neutral: 0-0 4-2 Washington College W 4-6 Baltimore L.C. W 4-9 Princeton W 4-16 Mt. Washington L.C. L 4-23 at Maryland W 4-27 Hofstra W 4-30 at Virginia W 5-7 Duke W 5-14 Johns Hopkins W 5-21 Baltimore W 5-28 Philadelphia L.C. W 6-4 at Army W

18-3 15-4 14-9 11-12 11-9 11-2 14-3 22-3 12-7 18-2 15-2 16-7

USILA Tri-National Champion Record: 9-2; Independent Home: 7-1 Away: 2-1 Neutral: 0-0 4-1 Syracuse W 4-5 Harvard W 4-8 at Princeton W 4-15 Mt. Washington L.C. (2OT) L 4-22 Maryland W 4-29 at Virginia W

18-4 15-1 12-6 8-9 10-8 8-3

1964

1965

1966

1967

Morris Touchstone Memorial Award winner Dick Szlasa gives his Midshipmen a pep talk at practice.

15-8 13-16 8-5

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5-4 5-13 5-20 5-27 6-3

1968

Australian All-Stars at Johns Hopkins Baltimore Philadelphia L.C. Army

Record: 7-3-1; Independent Home: 7-1-0 Away: 0-2-1Neutral: 3-30 Syracuse 4-3 Harvard 4-6 Mt. Washington L.C. 4-13 Princeton 4-20 at Maryland 4-27 Virginia 5-4 University Club 5-11 Johns Hopkins 5-18 Baltimore 5-25 Philadelphia L.C. 6-1 at Army

1969

W L W W W

17-14 6-9 19-2 15-4 7-5

0-0-0 W 14-0 W 14-3 L 5-10 W 8-6 L 3-5 W 12-6 W 9-7 L 3-11 W 15-1 W 11-2 T 7-7

Record: 10-3; Independent Home: 8-2 Away: 2-1 Neutral: 0-0 3-26 Denison W 3-29 Carling L.C. L 4-2 Harvard W 4-5 Mt. Washington L.C. W 4-12 at Princeton L 4-19 Maryland W 4-26 at Virginia W 5-3 Hofstra W 5-10 at Johns Hopkins W 5-14 Washington College W 5-17 Baltimore W 5-24 Philadelphia L.C. W 5-31 Army L

22-2 8-10 17-8 15-4 8-10 7-6 6-5 11-0 9-6 8-3 23-1 9-6 4-14

USILA Tri-National Champion Record: 11-1; Independent Home: 7-1 Away: 4-0 Neutral: 0-0 3-28 Carling L.C. W 4-1 Harvard W 4-4 Mt. Washington L.C. W 4-11 Princeton W 4-18 Maryland W 4-25 Virginia W 5-2 at Hofstra W 5-9 Johns Hopkins L 5-13 at Washington College W 5-16 Baltimore W 5-23 Philadelphia L.C. W 5-30 at Army W

5-4 9-7 6-4 9-3 6-3 11-7 9-4 7-9 12-3 19-0 15-1 8-7

1970

1971

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 10-4; Independent Home: 7-2 Away: 2-2 Neutral: 1-0 3-17 Yale W 8-4 4-3 Mt. Washington L.C. L 4-10 4-7 Harvard W 8-4 4-10 at Princeton W 15-4 4-17 Washington & Lee W 10-8 4-24 at Virginia L 7-11 5-1 Hofstra W 8-5 5-8 ! vs. Johns Hopkins W 9-6 5-12 Washington College W 20-4 5-15 Baltimore W 13-4 NCAA First Round (Charlottesville, Va.) 5-22 at Virginia W 9-6 5-25 Maryland W 10-5 NCAA First Round (College Park, Md.) 5-29 at Maryland L 7-10 6-6 Army L 4-7 ! game played in Houston, Texas


All-Time Year-By-Year Results Yr 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982

Overall Record 8-5 7-5 10-5 10-3 10-5 11-3 9-4 7-4 7-5 6-5

NCAA * * * * * * * * * *

1973-82 (10 years) Record: 85-44 (.659)

• Guided Navy to school-record 10-consecutive NCAA Tournament berths ... the only coach in program history to lead the Mids to the NCAA Tournament every year he served as head coach. • Recipient of the Touchstone Award (Div. I Coach of the Year) in 1975. • Helped mold attackman Jeff Long into one of the greatest names in Navy lacrosse — Long holds Navy records in assists in a game, season and career, while standing as the Mids’ alltime career scoring leader. • Led the Midshipmen to the 1975 National Championship Game, the program’s first appearance.

1972

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 8-4; Independent Home: 4-2 Away: 4-2 Neutral: 0-0 3-22 at Washington College W 18-3 3-25 at Maryland L 10-12 4-1 at Cornell W 12-9 4-6 Harvard W 16-3 4-12 Baltimore W 16-3 4-15 at Washington & Lee W 19-8 4-22 Virginia W 12-10 4-29 Johns Hopkins L 3-17 5-3 Rutgers W 7-6 5-6 at Hofstra W 8-3 5-13 at Army L 8-9 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) 5-20 Cortland State (2OT) L 9-10

1973

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Inaugural season under Dick Szlasa Record: 8-5; Independent Home: 6-2 Away: 2-3 Neutral: 0-0 3-17 Dartmouth W 3-21 #14 Washington College W 3-24 #15 Cortland State W 3-31 #9 Cornell W 4-4 Harvard W 4-7 at Princeton W 4-14 #3 Maryland L

16-2 ---14-5 4 11-6 4 5-4 4 21-4 4 19-5 4 7-14 4

4-21 4-25 4-28 5-5 5-12 5-19 6-4

1974

at #3 Virginia L 9-11 at #7 Rutgers W 6-4 #6 Hofstra L 9-10 at #1 Johns Hopkins L 7-12 #5 Army W 8-5 NCAA First Round (Lexington, Va.) at #4 Wash. & Lee (3OT) L 12-13 Final Ranking

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 7-5; Independent Home: 5-2 Away: 2-3 Neutral: 0-0 3/16 Dartmouth W 3/20 UMBC W 3/23 #5 Washington & Lee L 3/30 at #6 Cornell L 4/6 at #7 Hofstra W 4/13 #12 Princeton W 4/20 at Maryland L 4/24 #8 Rutgers W 4/27 #5 Virginia L 5/4 #2 Johns Hopkins W 5/11 at #13 Army W NCAA First Round (Lexington, 5/18 at #3 Washington & Lee L 6/4 Final Ranking

4 4 4 6 7

6 6

23-4 6 16-7 4 10-13 4 12-17 5 17-6 6 19-5 6 7-12 ---12-8 6 9-13 6 13-12 6 12-9 6 Va.) 9-11 6 6

Action from the 50th anniversary of the Army-Navy Game in 1974.

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National Runner-Up NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 10-5; Independent Home: 5-1 Away: 5-3 Neutral: 0-1 3-19 at UMBC L 9-10 3-22 Towson W 13-9 3-26 at #6 North Carolina W 11-4 3-28 at #8 Washington & Lee W 14-8 4-5 #2 Cornell L 7-16 4-12 at #8 Princeton L 14-15 4-16 at #8 Rutgers W 8-6 4-19 #5 Hofstra W 15-10 4-26 #4 Maryland W 10-9 5-3 at #3 Virginia W 15-11 5-10 at #1 Johns Hopkins L 11-16 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) 5-21 #6 Penn W 17-6 NCAA Semifinals (Ithaca, N.Y.) 5-24 at #2 Cornell W 15-12 NCAA Final (Baltimore, Md.) 5-31 vs. #4 Maryland L 13-20 6-1 #12 Army W 10-5 6-2 Final Ranking

1976

5 5 5 5 5 5 7 7 5 4 3 3 3

3 3 2

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 10-3; Independent Home: 7-1 Away: 3-2 Neutral: 0-0 3-20 Rutgers W 14-10 ---3-27 #7 Washington & Lee W 8-7 4 4-3 UMBC W 13-9 4 4-7 at Washington College W 12-11 3 4-10 #13 Princeton W 10-8 3 4-14 #3 North Carolina W 10-4 3 4-17 at #7 Hofstra W 17-13 3 4-24 at #2 Maryland L 10-14 3 5-1 #6 Virginia W 15-12 3 5-8 #5 Johns Hopkins L 10-18 3 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) 5-19 #5 North Carolina W 13-9 4 NCAA Semifinals (College Park, Md.) 5-23 at #1 Maryland L 11-22 4 5-30 at #16 Army W 18-10 4 5-31 Final Ranking 4

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• 49 All-Americans • 10 NCAA Tournament appearances • 1 NCAA Championship Game appearance

1975

Dick Szlasa

Szlasa at Navy


All-Time Year-By-Year Results

1977

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NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 10-5; Independent Home: 5-2 Away: 5-3 Neutral: 0-0 3-19 Rutgers L 3-23 Washington College W 3-25 at #6 Washington & Lee W 3-27 #19 Dartmouth W 4-2 at UMBC W 4-5 #15 Delaware W 4-9 at #11 Princeton W 4-16 #8 Hofstra W 4-23 #2 Maryland L 4-30 at #7 Virginia W 5-7 at #3 Johns Hopkins L 5-13 at #5 Penn L

4-29 5-5 5-8 7-9 ---9-6 7 13-12 7 17-7 7 22-10 6 17-8 6 12-9 6 15-7 6 13-16 5 12-8 5 11-17 4 12-19 4

NCAA First Round (Philadelphia, Pa.) at #4 Penn W 14-12 NCAA Semifinals (Ithaca, N.Y.) 5-21 at #1 Cornell L 6-22 6-4 #9 Army W 14-7 5-17

1978

6 6 6

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 11-3; Independent Home: 6-1 Away: 5-2 Neutral: 0-0 3-18 Rutgers W 13-7 ---3-29 at Washington College W 14-6 4 4-1 UMBC W 15-8 4 4-5 #8 Penn W 15-7 4 4-8 #15 Princeton W 16-8 4 4-11 at #15 Delaware W 18-10 4 4-15 at #9 Syracuse W 14-10 4 4-22 at #2 Maryland L 13-16 4 4-29 #5 Virginia W 15-8 4 5-6 #2 Johns Hopkins L 11-22 4 5-13 at #13 North Carolina W 16-11 4 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) 5-17 #5 Army W 16-13 4 NCAA Semifinals (Ithaca, N.Y.) 5-20 at #1 Cornell L 7-13 4 6-3 at #5 Army W 16-15 4

1979

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 9-4; Independent Home: 4-1 Away: 5-3 Neutral: 0-0 3-17 at Rutgers L 15-16 ---3-28 Washington College W 14-6 7 3-31 at UMBC W 13-12 7 4-4 at Penn W 14-9 7 4-7 at #15 Princeton W 15-4 7 4-11 at Hofstra W 19-12 7 4-14 #6 Syracuse W 18-11 7 4-21 #2 Maryland L 12-17 5

Matthews at Navy Yr 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Overall Record 5-6 6-6 5-6 8-4 9-4 8-5 8-5 7-4 5-6 8-5 8-4 7-6

NCAA

• 35 All-Americans • 7 NCAA Tournament appearances

* * * * * * *

5-16 5-19

at #4 Virginia W 11-8 at #1 Johns Hopkins L 10-17 #7 Army W 10-9 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) #10 Massachusetts W 16-14 NCAA Semifinals (College Park, Md.) at #2 Maryland L 10-15

5 5 4

4-17 4-24 5-1

3

1983

3

1980

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 7-4; Independent Home: 4-4 Away: 3-0 Neutral: 0-0 3-19 at Washington College W 14-7 3-22 #11 Syracuse L 8-11 3-29 UMBC W 19-14 4-2 Penn W 24-6 4-5 #14 Princeton W 9-6 4-13 #12 Hofstra W 14-9 4-19 at #5 Maryland W 11-9 4-26 #1 Virginia L 9-12 5-3 #2 Johns Hopkins L 8-13 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) 5-21 #9 North Carolina L 11-18 5-24 at #6 Army W 12-10

3 3 9 9 9 7 7 5 5 4 4

1981

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 7-5; Independent Home: 2-3 Away: 5-2 Neutral: 0-0 3-14 Rutgers L 11-14 ---3-18 Washington College W 20-9 7 3-21 at #4 Syracuse L 10-14 7 3-28 at #7 UMBC W 13-8 12 4-1 at #9 Penn W 8-7 8 4-4 at Princeton W 14-9 8 4-12 #12 Army L 8-9 6 4-18 #8 Maryland W 16-15 6 4-26 at #4 Virginia W 13-12 6 5-2 #1 Johns Hopkins L 6-9 6 5-20 5-23

NCAA First Round (West Point, N.Y.) at #3 Army W 16-10 NCAA Semifinals (Chapel Hill, N.C.) at #2 North Carolina L 8-17

6

6

1982

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 6-5; Independent Home: 4-2 Away: 2-3 Neutral: 0-0 3-13 at Washington & Lee (OT)W 3-17 at Washington College L 3-20 Syracuse W 3-27 #13 UMBC W 3-31 Penn W 4-3 Princeton W 4-14 at #3 Army (OT) W

Bryan Matthews

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

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1983-94 (12 years) Record: 84-61 (.579)

• Recipient of the Touchstone Award (Div. I Coach of the Year) in 1986, after leading the Mids back to the NCAA Tournament following a three-year drought. • Led Navy to a 9-4 mark in 1987, recording the most wins in a season since 1979. • Guided the Mids to seven NCAA Tournament berths. • Helped produce 35 All-Americans, including Glen Miles, a three-time honoree who won the Donald MacLaughlin Award as the nation’s top midfielder ... Miles is the only Navy player to win the award which is named after the former Navy great

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5-19

at #7 Maryland L 10-12 #3 Virginia L 15-26 #3 Johns Hopkins L 7-12 NCAA First Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.) at #1 North Carolina L 2-16

Inaugural season under Bryan Matthews Record: 5-6; Independent Home: 4-0 Away: 1-6 Neutral: 0-0 3-12 Washington & Lee W 13-7 3-16 at Hofstra L 10-14 3-19 at Syracuse L 9-17 3-23 Washington College W 13-9 3-26 at #15 UMBC L 6-10 3-30 at #10 Penn W 13-9 4-2 at Princeton L 12-14 4-9 #4 Army W 10-9 4-16 #7 Maryland W 10-9 4-23 at #4 Virginia L 10-14 4-30 at #1 Johns Hopkins L 8-13 5-1 Ranking 5-8 Ranking 5-15 Final Ranking

1984

6 7 8 9

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Record: 6-6; Independent Home: 4-3 Away: 2-3 Neutral: 0-0 3-10 at Washington & Lee W 13-9 ---3-14 at Washington College W 12-1 ---3-17 Duke W 14-5 ---3-21 #14 UMBC W 16-10 8 3-24 at #4 North Carolina L 4-11 8 3-28 #11 Penn L 3-5 9 3-31 Princeton W 9-5 9 4-7 at #5 Army L 6-9 9 4-14 at #12 Maryland L 9-14 8 4-21 #4 Virginia W 7-6 11 4-28 #2 Johns Hopkins L 6-9 8 5-12 #14 Hofstra L 13-14 11 5-29 Final Ranking 13

1985

Record: 5-6; Independent Home: 2-3 Away: 3-3 Neutral: 0-0 3-9 UMBC (OT) W 9-8 ---3-13 Washington College L 9-10 ---3-16 at Duke W 6-13 ---3-23 North Carolina L 11-15 ---3-27 at #7 Penn (OT) L 10-11 13 3-30 at #11 Princeton W 15-10 13 4-6 #8 Army L 6-10 10 4-13 #6 Maryland W 7-5 13 4-20 at #4 Virginia L 6-12 12 4-27 at #1 Johns Hopkins L 10-24 13 5-11 at Hofstra W 20-9 NR 5-28 Final Ranking NR

1986

NCAA Tournament Qualifier NCAA First Round Bye Record: 8-4; Independent Home: 3-2 Away: 5-2 Neutral: 0-0 3-4 at Rutgers W 14-12 3-8 at UMBC W 11-6 3-12 at Washington College W 15-7 3-15 Yale W 16-11 3-22 at Delaware W 16-12 3-26 Penn W 12-11 3-29 Princeton W 19-7 4-5 at #12 Army W 12-4 4-12 at #2 Maryland L 8-11 4-19 #6 Virginia L 6-10 4-26 #1 Johns Hopkins L 11-14 NCAA Quarterfinals (Charlottsville, Va.) 5-19 at #3 Virginia L 9-12 6-2 Final Ranking

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1993

1987

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 9-4; Independent Home: 7-1 Away: 2-3 Neutral: 0-0 3-4 Rutgers W 7-6 3-7 UMBC W 14-4 3-11 Washington College W 9-6 3-14 Yale W 15-10 3-21 Delaware W 21-10 3-25 at #12 Penn L 9-11 3-28 at Princeton W 11-8 4-4 #11 Army (OT) W 10-9 4-11 #1 Maryland L 5-17 4-18 at #13 Virginia W 15-13 4-25 at #6 Johns Hopkins L 9-10 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) 5-13 #10 Brown W 14-6 NCAA Quarterfinals (Syracuse, N.Y.) 5-17 at #3 Syracuse L 5-19 5-28 Final Ranking

1988

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 8-5; Independent Home: 3-3 Away: 5-2 Neutral: 0-0 3-5 at UMBC W 13-6 3-12 at Rutgers L 4-9 3-16 Washington College W 17-7 3-19 Yale L 7-10 3-26 at Delaware W 19-7 3-30 #10 Penn L 10-11 4-2 Princeton W 11-4 4-9 at Army W 6-5 4-16 at #7 Maryland (2OT) W 8-7 4-23 #6 Virginia W 7-5 4-30 #2 Johns Hopkins L 7-10 NCAA First Round (Cambridge, Mass.) 5-18 at #10 Harvard W 10-9 NCAA Quarterfinals (Syracuse, N.Y.) 5-21 at #1 Syracuse L 5-23

1989

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NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 8-5; Independent Home: 6-1 Away: 2-4 Neutral: 0-0 3-4 at Washington College W 15-9 ---3-11 Rutgers W 11-8 ---3-18 at Penn W 12-11 ---3-21 #10 Yale W 15-7 3 3-25 Delaware W 13-6 3 3-29 UMBC W 11-5 3 4-1 at Duke L 8-10 3

4-8 4-15 4-22 4-29 5-17 5-22

1990

Army W 12-1 #4 Maryland L 5-6 at #15 Virginia L 7-8 at #1 Johns Hopkins L 5-7 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) #10 Penn W 12-11 NCAA Quarterfinals (Syracuse, N.Y.) at #1 Syracuse L 11-18

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Record: 7-4; Independent Home: 4-2 Away: 3-2 Neutral: 0-0 3-30 Washington College W 16-4 8 3-10 at #15 Rutgers L 9-11 8 3-17 #11 Penn W 16-10 8 3-21 Princeton (2OT) L 8-9 8 3-28 at UMBC W 16-6 13 3-31 Duke W 12-8 13 4-3 at Delaware W 16-8 12 4-7 at #18 Army W 19-9 12 4-14 at #12 Maryland L 6-18 11 4-21 #4 Virginia W 10-7 13 4-28 #11 Johns Hopkins L 4-6 10 4-30 Ranking 12 5-6 Ranking 13 5-13 Final Ranking 12

1991

Record: 5-6; Independent Home: 3-3 Away: 2-3 Neutral: 0-0 3-3 at #3 Virginia L 7-14 10 3-9 #12 Rutgers L 6-13 10 3-16 at #17 Penn W 8-7 10 3-20 Washington College W 17-5 16 3-23 #20 Delaware W 16-8 16 3-30 at #18 Duke W 9-8 12 4-6 #14 Army (2OT) L 10-11 10 4-13 #7 Maryland L 6-10 13 4-17 Georgetown W 13-6 15 4-20 at #9 Towson L 8-15 15 4-27 at #7 Johns Hopkins L 11-15 15 4-28 Ranking 17 5-5 Ranking 17 5-12 Final Ranking 17

1992

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 8-5; Independent Home: 3-3 Away: 5-2 Neutral: 0-0 2-29 at #18 Penn State L 3-8 #10 Virginia L 3-15 Penn W

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NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 8-4; Independent Home: 4-2 Away: 4-2 Neutral: 0-0 2-27 #17 Penn State W 11-9 11 3-6 at #5 Virginia L 7-9 11 3-20 at #8 Duke W 12-11 11 3-24 at #20 Penn W 14-11 7 3-27 #19 Delaware W 11-7 7 4-3 #9 Army W 10-8 8 4-10 #13 Maryland L 10-11 8 4-14 #17 Georgetown W 11-7 8 4-17 at #13 Towson W 8-7 8 4-24 at #4 Johns Hopkins L 8-11 8 5-1 at Stony Brook W 13-5 8 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) 5-15 #9 Loyola L 8-19 6

1994

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 7-6; Independent Home: 5-3 Away: 2-3 Neutral: 0-0 2-26 Air Force W 3-1 Washington College W 3-5 #5 Virginia L 3-12 Penn (OT) W 3-19 #9 Duke L 3-26 at #16 Delaware W 4-2 at Army W 4-9 at #8 Maryland L 4-13 at #13 Georgetown L 4-16 #7 Towson W 4-22 #6 Johns Hopkins L 4-30 Stony Brook W NCAA First Round (Providence, 5-14 at #8 Brown L

1995

Inaugural season under Richie Meade Record: 6-6; Independent Home: 4-2 Away: 2-4 Neutral: 0-0 2-25 UMBC W 3-1 at Washington College W 3-4 at #2 Virginia L 3-11 at Penn W 3-18 at #9 Duke L 3-25 #20 Delaware W 3-31 Army W 4-8 #3 Maryland L 4-12 #12 Georgetown L 4-15 at #19 Towson L 4-22 at #1 Johns Hopkins L 4-29 Stony Brook W 5-1 Ranking 5-7 Final Ranking

1996

19-3 20-10 7-14 13-12 9-14 14-7 10-9 4-11 9-11 13-12 11-12 12-6 R.I.) 5-12

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Record: 4-8; Independent Home: 4-3 Away: 0-5 Neutral: 0-0 2-24 UMBC W 14-13 ---2-28 Washington College W 12-4 ---3-2 at North Carolina L 7-24 ---3-9 Penn W 10-6 18 3-16 #10 Duke L 4-15 18 3-23 at Delaware L 7-13 20

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The Midshipmen earned a 10-9 win over archrival Army in overtime during the 1987 campaign.

at Washington College W 13-4 #10 Duke W 11-8 at #18 Delaware W 13-8 at Stony Brook W 11-2 at #14 Army L 7-12 at #7 Maryland W 11-3 at #18 Georgetown W 12-4 #5 Towson W 12-2 #6 Johns Hopkins L 12-22 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) #10 Yale L 3-9


All-Time Year-By-Year Results

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Meade at Navy Yr 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Overall Conf. Record Record NCAA 6-6-0 NA 4-8-0 NA 6-6-0 NA 7-6-0 NA 7-7-0 NA * 9-4-0 5-1 8-5-0 4-2 8-5-0 3-2 6-7-0 1-4 15-3-0 7-0 * 12-4-0 5-1 * 11-4-0 5-1 * 11-4-0 6-0 * 10-6-0 5-1 * 11-5-0 4-2 * 7-8-0 4-2

• 39 All-Americans • 7 NCAA Tournament appearances • 5 Patriot League Tournament titles • 5 Patriot League regular-season crowns • 1 NCAA Championship Game appearance 3-30 4-3 4-6 4-13 4-19 4-27

1997

at #14 Georgetown #17 Bucknell at #2 Maryland #15 Towson #5 Johns Hopkins at #16 Army

Richie Meade

1995-Present (in 17th season) Record: 138-88 (.611)

• Has led Navy to six NCAA Tournament appearances in the last seven years, including six straight from 2004-09 ... first time since 1971-82 (12 straight years). • Has reached double-digit wins in six of the last seven seasons. • Has led the Midshipmen to five Patriot League Tournament titles (2004-05-06-07-09), including four straight, while earning at least a share of the regular-season crown in five of the last seven seasons. • Led the Mids to the National Championship Game in 2004 for the first time since 1975. • In 2004, became the fourth coach in school history to receive the Morris Touchstone Memorial Award as the National Coach of the Year. • Led Navy to a school-record 15 wins in 2004. • Helped orchestrate Navy’s first documented win over a No. 1-ranked team with a 9-6 win over Maryland on April 10, 2004. • Seven players earned All-America honors in 2004, the most since the 1975 campaign. • Produced Navy’s first Kelly Award winner, Mickey Jarboe, since Leonard Supko garnered the honor in 1970. • Owns a 15-5 record against arch rival Army.

L 12-14 NR L 5-6 NR L 10-11 NR W 9-8 NR L 11-18 NR L 8-15 NR

Record: 6-6; Independent Home: 4-3 Away: 3-2 Neutral: 0-0 2-22 at UMBC W 11-10 ---2-26 Washington College W 7-6 ---3-2 North Carolina W 13-12 ---3-8 at Penn W 9-8 10 3-16 at #11 Duke L 9-12 4 3-22 #19 Delaware W 18-10 8 3-28 #9 Georgetown L 8-13 6 4-2 Bucknell W 17-7 10 4-5 #4 Maryland L 5-10 10 4-12 at Towson L 6-14 13 4-19 at #4 Johns Hopkins L 5-24 13 4-25 #13 Army L 12-14 19 4-28 Ranking 19 5-5 Final Ranking NR

1998

Record: 7-6; Independent Home: 5-2 Away: 2-4 Neutral: 0-0 2-21 at UMBC W 15-12 16 2-28 at #9 North Carolina L 7-17 16 3-7 Penn W 12-11 17 3-11 Radford W 11-5 14 3-15 #7 Duke L 6-7 14 3-21 #16 Delaware W 18-7 17 3-24 Air Force W 10-7 12 3-28 at #10 Georgetown L 7-9 12 4-4 at #1 Maryland L 7-21 14 4-10 at #9 Hofstra L 8-9 17 4-14 Mount St. Mary’s W 16-8 18 4-17 #3 Johns Hopkins L 14-15 18 4-25 at # 22 Army W 11-5 18 4-27 Ranking 17 5-4 Final Ranking 17

1999

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Record: 7-7; Independent Home: 6-2 Away: 1-4 Neutral: 0-1 2-27 #11 UMBC L 3-9 14 3-6 #9 North Carolina W 8-6 14 3-13 at #20 Penn W 12-8 10 3-16 Radford W 19-3 11 3-21 at #3 Duke L 4-9 11 3-25 Air Force W 16-4 10 3-28 at #8 Delaware L 8-11 10 4-3 #7 Georgetown (OT) W 12-11 12 4-10 #7 Maryland L 5-6 9 4-16 at #12 Hofstra L 7-8 10 4-20 Mount St. Mary’s W 11-7 13 4-24 at #2 Johns Hopkins L 1-11 13 5-1 Army W 11-9 14 NCAA First Round (Providence, R.I.) 5-15 vs. #8 Hofstra L 7-15 13

2000

Inaugural season in the ECAC Lacrosse League Record: 9-4; 5-1 ECAC Lacrosse League Home: 4-1 Away: 4-3 Neutral: 1-0 2-26 * at #11 UMBC W 11-2 12 3-4 at #11 North Carolina (OT)L 10-11 11 3-7 Radford W 13-3 11 3-11 *= vs. #13 Massachusetts W 6-3 11 3-18 * at Rutgers W 11-8 10 3-25 * Stony Brook W 16-4 10 3-29 Air Force W 17-2 9 4-1 * at #7 Georgetown L 10-14 9 4-8 at #7 Maryland L 5-6 11 4-14 * #20 Penn State W 12-5 12 4-18 at Mount St. Mary’s W 13-5 10 4-22 #8 Johns Hopkins (OT) L 6-7 10 4-29 at Army W 10-8 10 5-1 Ranking 11 5-8 Final Ranking 11 *ECAC Lacrosse League Game =game played at Rutgers (Piscataway, N.J.)

2001

Record: 8-5; 4-2 ECAC Lacrosse League Home: 5-3 Away: 3-2 Neutral: 0-0 2-24 * UMBC (OT) L 8-9 13 3-3 #15 North Carolina L 10-11 13

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3-10 3-17 3-21 3-24 3-27 4-1 4-7 4-14 4-17 4-21 4-27 4-30 5-7 *ECAC

2002

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at #9 Massachusetts Rutgers Radford * at Stony Brook at Lehigh * #3 Georgetown #6 Maryland * at #17 Penn State (OT) Mount St. Mary’s at #6 Johns Hopkins #19 Army Ranking Final Ranking Lacrosse League Game

L 8-11 19 W 11-9 NR W 14-7 20 W 14-6 20 W 13-4 20 W 11-4 20 L 5-6 12 W 10-9 13 W 16-3 13 L 11-13 13 W 10-4 13 13 14

Record: 8-5; 3-2 ECAC Lacrosse League Home: 4-2 Away: 4-3 Neutral: 0-0 2-16 St. Joseph’s W 16-2 2-23 * at #18 UMBC W 11-4 3-2 at #10 N. Carolina (6OT) L 10-11 3-9 * #14 Massachusetts L 10-13 3-16 * at Rutgers W 6-3 3-23 Stony Brook (3OT) W 11-10 3-26 Lehigh W 7-4 3-30 * at #6 Georgetown L 7-14 4-5 at #6 Maryland L 5-6 4-12 * #17 Penn State W 9-7 4-16 at Mount St. Mary’s W 10-5 4-20 #2 Johns Hopkins L 8-9 4-27 at Army W 9-6 4-29 Ranking 5-6 Final Ranking * ECAC Lacrosse League Game

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2003

Record: 6-7 Overall; 1-4 ECAC Lacrosse League Home: 4-4 Away: 2-3 Neutral: 0-0 2-15 Marist (3 Qtrs.) W 12-1 14 2-22 at #19 Ohio State W 13-10 14 2-28 #9 North Carolina (4OT) W 9-8 14 3-8 * at #7 Massachusetts L 9-10 9 3-15 * #13 Rutgers L 8-13 10 3-22 at Stony Brook W 10-6 12 3-25 Air Force L 6-8 12 3-30 * #4 Georgetown (OT) L 3-4 12 4-5 #4 Maryland L 7-9 16 4-12 * at Penn State L 4-5 15 4-15 * #10 UMBC W 13-10 NR 4-19 at #1 Johns Hopkins L 3-17 NR 4-26 #16 Army W 12-11 NR 4-28 Ranking 20 5-5 Final Ranking NR *ECAC Lacrosse League Game

2004

National Runner-Up NCAA Tournament Qualifier Patriot League Regular-Season Champion Patriot League Tournament Champion Inaugural Season in the Patriot League Record: 15-3; 7-0 Patriot League Home: 7-2 Away: 6-0 Neutral: 2-1 2-21 * at Lafayette W 14-1 14 2-28 #20 Ohio State L 9-12 14 3-5 at #4 North Carolina (OT)W 9-8 NR 3-13 * Bucknell W 11-5 15 3-16 * Hobart W 13-8 15 3-20 *= vs. Colgate W 21-6 9 3-27 * at #9 Army W 18-10 8 4-3 at #4 Georgetown W 7-5 6 4-10 at #1 Maryland W 9-6 4 4-16 * Lehigh W 16-7 2 4-18 * Holy Cross W 23-5 2 4-24 #1 Johns Hopkins (OT) L 9-10 2 Patriot League Tournament (Annapolis, Md.) 4-30 + Colgate W 15-5 2


3-8 * at Lafayette W 8-5 10 3-11 * Lehigh W 14-3 11 3-15 *= vs. Holy Cross W 16-3 11 3-19 * #12 Bucknell (OT) W 4-3 8 3-23 * at Colgate W 8-3 8 3-29 #4 Georgetown (OT) L 10-11 10 4-4 at #3 Maryland W 5-4 9 4-12 * at #17 Army L 6-9 6 4-19 #7 Johns Hopkins L 5-12 10 Patriot League Tournament (West Point, N.Y.) 4-25 vs. Colgate L 9-12 14 NCAA First Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 5-10 at #9 North Carolina W 8-7 14 NCAA Quarterfinals (Annapolis, Md.) 5-17 #4 Johns Hopkins L 4-10 14 *Patriot League Game = game played at Texas Stadium (Dallas, Texas)

Navy celebrates its win over Princeton in the 2004 NCAA Semifinals, sending the Midshipmen to the National Championship Game for the first time since 1975.

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+ #19 Hobart W 9-8 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) 5-16 #13 Penn W 11-5 NCAA Quarterfinals (Ithaca, N.Y.) 5-23 at #7 Cornell W 6-5 NCAA Seminfinals/Final (Baltimore, Md.) 5-29 vs. #8 Princeton W 8-7 5-31 vs. #4 Syracuse L 13-14 *Patriot League Game =game played at UCF (Orlando Fla.)

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2005

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Patriot League Regular-Season Co-Champion Patriot League Tournament Champion Record: 12-4; 5-1 Patriot League Home: 7-1 Away: 3-2 Neutral: 2-1 2-19 ^ vs. Providence W 9-2 4 2-26 at #17 Ohio State W 11-5 4 3-5 #7 North Carolina W 9-6 4 3-12 * at Bucknell (OT) L 7-8 2 3-15 * Lafayette W 14-1 6 3-19 *= vs. Colgate W 11-6 6 3-25 * at Lehigh W 11-5 T6 3-27 * at Holy Cross W 8-5 T6 4-2 #7 Georgetown L 6-11 6 4-8 #6 Maryland W 9-8 8 4-16 * #4 Army W 12-9 T6 4-23 at #1 Johns Hopkins (OT) L 8-9 5 Patriot League Tournament (Annapolis, Md.) 4-29 + Lehigh W 10-6 5 5-1 + #9 Army W 15-8 4 NCAA First Round (Annapolis, Md.) 5-14 #16 Delaware W 9-7 3 NCAA Quarterfinals (Baltimore, Md.) 5-21 vs. #6 Virginia L 8-10 *Patriot League Game ^game played at Branford HS (Branford, Conn.) =game played at UCF (Orlando Fla.)

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2006

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Patriot League Regular-Season Co-Champion Patriot League Tournament Champion Record: 11-4; 5-1 Patriot League Home: 4-2 Away: 4-2 Neutral: 3-0 2-18 at Saint Joseph’s W 12-2 2-24 #21 Ohio State W 9-3 3-4 at #14 North Carolina W 11-3 3-11 *= vs. Bucknell W 9-5

3-15 * Lafayette W 11-6 4 3-18 * at Colgate L 3-6 4 3-24 * Lehigh W 9-4 8 3-26 * Holy Cross W 17-3 8 4-1 #5 Georgetown L 5-9 8 4-8 at #4 Maryland W 7-6 11 4-15 * at #16 Army W 11-10 5 4-22 #12 Johns Hopkins L 8-9 4 Patriot League Tournament (Hamilton, N.Y.) 4-28 vs. Lehigh W 9-2 8 4-30 vs. #17 Army W 8-5 8 NCAA First Round (Washington, D.C.) 5-14 at #5 Georgetown L 7-9 9 *Patriot League Game = First 4 Invitational (San Diego, Calif.)

2007

NCAA Tournament Qualifier Patriot League Regular-Season Champion Patriot League Tournament Champion Record: 11-4; 6-0 Patriot League Home: 7-1 Away: 3-3 Neutral: 1-0 2-17 Saint Joseph’s W 10-3 9 2-24 * at Lafayette W 9-4 9 3-2 #5 North Carolina W 19-8 12 3-10 * at Lehigh W 9-5 6 3-13 Canisius W 13-5 5 3-17 *= vs. Holy Cross W 12-2 5 3/21 * Colgate W 15-10 4 3-25 * at #16 Bucknell W 6-3 4 3-31 at #7 Georgetown L 9-10 4 4-6 #11 Maryland (2OT) L 7-8 6 4-14 * Army W 12-9 8 4-21 at #7 Johns Hopkins L 9-10 9 Patriot League Tournament (Annapolis, Md.) 4-27 vs. Army W 12-1 10 4-29 vs. Colgate W 15-9 10 NCAA First Round (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 5-12 at #9 North Carolina L 8-12 8 *Patriot League Game = game played at Ford Stadium (Dallas, Texas)

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NCAA Tournament Qualifier Patriot League Co-Regular-Season Champion Record: 10-6; 5-1 Patriot League Home: 4-3 Away: 5-1 Neutral: 1-2 2-9 VMI W 10-2 2-16 at Ohio State (OT) W 8-7 2-23 ^ vs. #6 Cornell (OT) L 7-8 2-29 Mount St. Mary’s W 12-5

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NCAA Tournament Qualifier Patriot League Tournament Champion Record: 11-5; 4-2 Patriot League Home: 4-1 Away: 5-4 Neutral: 2-0 2-7 VMI W 13-5 11 2-14 #19 Ohio State W 8-6 12 2-20 at #6 North Carolina L 8-9 9 2-28 * at Bucknell L 7-8 12 3-3 at Mount St. Mary’s W 6-2 16 3-7 * Lafayette W 14-9 16 3-10 * at Lehigh W 10-8 T15 3-14 * at Holy Cross W 1-5 T15 3-21 * Colgate L 9-10 15 3-28 at Georgetown W 10-8 16 4-3 #8 Maryland W 10-4 17 4-11 *= vs. Army W 8-4 13 4-18 at #9 Johns Hopkins L 7-15 11 Patriot League Tournament (Lewisburg, Pa.) 4-24 vs. #17 Colgate (3OT) W 9-8 11 4-26 at #15 Bucknell W 9-8 11 NCAA First Round (Durham, N.C.) 5-9 at #3 Duke L 5-14 12 *Patriot League Game = game played at M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, Md.)

2010

Record: 7-8; 4-2 Patriot League Home: 4-3 Away: 2-4 Neutral: 1-1 2-13 VMI W 16-5 11 2-20 #15 Loyola (OT) L 7-8 11 2-25 #4 North Carolina L 4-11 16 3-2 * at Lehigh W 8-3 ---3-6 * Bucknell (OT) W 8-7 ---3-12 * at #15 Lafayette L 8-15 17 3-16 at Towson L 9-10 ---3-20 * Holy Cross W 12-3 ---3-27 * at Colgate (OT) W 10-9 ---4-2 #13 Georgetown (OT) L 12-13 ---4-10 at #4 Maryland L 9-11 ---4-17 *= vs. Army L 6-7 ---4-24 #17 Johns Hopkins (OT) W 9-8 ---Patriot League Tournament (West Point, N.Y.) 4-30 vs. Lafayette W 11-9 ---5-2 at Army L 8-11 ---*Patriot League Game = game played at M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, Md.)

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2009


Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame

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Welcome to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, the premier college lacrosse facility in the country. When it comes to success, few schools can match the storied tradition the Naval Academy men’s lacrosse team has experienced over the last 100 years. And it is here, in the Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame, where visitors have the opportunity to learn of the Mids’ overwhelming accomplishments, as well as the heroics played out both on and off the field. The people and events that have shaped the Navy lacrosse program are remembered in the newly-opened facility, along with the stories of some of the greatest teams ever to play the game. Additionally, two of the most successful coaches in the annals of the lacrosse record books, Willis Bilderback, the all-time winningest coach in college lacrosse, and Dinty Moore, are paid homage. Both Bilderback and Moore are brought to life by Richard Stravitz’s four-foot sculptures depicting the two men, for whom the hall of fame is named, and their journeys as Navy’s head coach.

While many programs can lay claim to having the greatest fan base in college lacrosse, it is the Naval Academy that has graduates covering all points of the United States and abroad. And it is here in this exhibit that we recognize the Navy faithful, the extended members of the Navy family and those who wear the Navy Blue and Gold proudly. Whether you are a long-time Navy fan, a newcomer to the Navy family or simply a visitor, we trust that you will find this exhibit to be enlightening. We are pleased you are here and encourage you to return.

The Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame is divided into three rooms on the second floor of NavyMarine Corps Memorial Stadium — the Hall of Heroes and Champions, made possible by a leadership gift from Ed Gibbons, Class of ‘59; the Hall of Players and Coaches, made possible by a leadership gift from Charlie Guy, Class of ‘46; and the Hall of Championships, the focal point of the exhibit, which includes the James H.H. Carrington Room, made possible by a leadership gift from Nancy and Steve Crown.

Hall of Championships

• Upon entrance into the Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame, the visitor is treated to the James H.H. Carrington Room in the Hall of Championships. The room features replica trophies and write-ups about Navy’s 17 National Championship teams, while an N-Star wall lists every Army-Navy lacrosse game and a painted and dated ball for each Navy victory. • The focal points of the room are the four quadrants that are themed — Academy, Commitment, Legacy and Brotherhood. Displays associated with each theme tell a story about Navy lacrosse and the traits that separate and distinguish Navy from any other collegiate lacrosse program in the country. Accompanying each quadrant is a large screen television with a short video that tells the story through the men who embody the spirit and have lived the life of a Navy lacrosse player and member of the Navy or Marine Corps. • Some of the memorabilia includes a Navy jersey worn into space recently by former Navy lacrosse player Bob Curbeam; the letter sweaters of All-Americans and brothers Harry and the late Don MacLaughlin; an L.A. Riptide jersey, helmet and gloves signed by six former Navy lacrosse players who played for the MLL finalists in 2007; cards created by Willis Bilderback with plays drawn up on them; the Oxnard Trophy, Navy’s version of the MVP trophy; and multiple examples of how the Stick Doctor, Tommy Adams, changed the world of lacrosse with his innovative equipment. • The James H.H. Carrington Room honors Navy’s only three-sport All-American, Jim Carrington, Class of ‘48, and features multiple artifacts, including his bathrobe with stars representing wins over Army in swimming, lacrosse and football, his letter sweater, the Naval Academy Athletic Association Sword for Men and a pair of binoculars awarded in lieu of the sword due to war time.

Hall of Champions and Heroes

• The Wall of Valor lists the names of former Navy lacrosse players whose honor and courage serve as a reminder that it is their contribution and service that provides us the freedoms we enjoy today. Along with the Wall of Valor is a short film that features former Navy lacrosse standouts who talk about their experience as a member of the Navy lacrosse team, as well as an officer in the Navy and Marine Corps. • The Hall of Champions and Heroes also recognizes the 269 different men who have received All-America recognition over the last 100-plus years. Along with the names of the men who have received All-America kudos, hang the sticks of some of the memorable recipients, including three-time honoree Matt Russell, a member of the Class of 2006. • Twenty-three men have been national award winners over the years, including two-time Kelly Award winner Dennis Wedekind, whose stick appears in the hall of fame. • Navy’s 13 National Hall of Fame members, along with three former Team USA standouts are also highlighted. Three-time All-American Andy Ross donated his Team USA jersey, gloves and helmet, while three-time Turnbull Award winner James Lewis is enshrined in the National Hall of Fame and recently gave his stick to the hall.

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Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame • On loan from US Lacrosse and displayed in the Hall of Champions and Heroes are the Schmeisser Award and the Kelly Award. Nine different Navy players have received the Schmeisser Award, while five Midshipmen keepers have won the Kelly Award, including two-time recipient Mickey Jarboe in 1999 and ‘00. • A kiosk is located in the middle of the room that features a data base of all former Navy lacrosse players. Visitors can call up their favorite players and see their stats or view team photos and rosters by year. • The bronze sculpture of Willis Bilderback is also housed in this section of the hall of fame.

Hall of Players and Coaches

Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame Hours of Operation

The Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame is open to the public during home lacrosse games during the spring. Additionally, group tours are available by contacting the athletic department at (410) 293-8722.

Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame Policies

Those touring the facility are asked to refrain from touching plexi-glass cases. All children visiting the Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame should be accompanied by an adult. Food and drink are prohibited in the exhibit areas at all times.

Visitors to the Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame are asked to limit their visit to the exhibit area only. Other areas of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium are not open to the public without prior notice. Your cooperation is appreciated. Both video and still cameras are permitted. Any images captured in the hall of fame are for personal use only and may not be distributed without permission of the United States Naval Academy.

Donating Artifacts

For information regarding the donation of items to the Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame, contact the Navy Athletic Department (410) 293-8727. Donated items, while encouraged, become the property of the Naval Academy Athletic Association and cannot be returned.

Supporting the Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame

Individuals who desire to make gifts of support for the Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame to help the Naval Academy Athletic Association maintain and improve this state-of-the-art display area may do so through the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation. For more information, please call the Foundation at (410) 295-4100. The Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame is an evolving display. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy. Information that might enhance or correct that which is on display should be forwarded to the Navy Sports Information Office, Ricketts Hall, 566 Brownson Road, Annapolis, Md. 21402.

The Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame

The Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame was made possible by a collaboration of former Navy lacrosse players, coaches and friends of the program whose private donations to the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation helped fund the project. Gallagher & Associates spearheaded the overall design and project management of the Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame, while 1220 headed up the fabrication, RMJ was responsible for the construction and GToo Media developed the interactive media and kiosks. Greg Murphy, a 1970 All-American who won the Schmeisser Cup the same year, served as the leader of the design committee.

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• This section primarily highlights Navy lacrosse today and includes a benched area to sit and watch a short film about the rise of Navy’s lacrosse program under the direction of head coach Richie Meade - a visually stimulating story about what it means to put a Navy lacrosse uniform on and represent the nation. • As in the Hall of Champions and Heroes, a kiosk is available in this section that is dedicated to the current year’s team, featuring a roster, player statistics and the team photo. • Navy’s success within the Patriot League is showcased, along with all four of the tournament trophies it has won since joining the conference in 2004. • Memorabilia from Navy’s coaches of yesterday and today are featured, including Dinty Moore’s bathrobe decked out in stars representing wins over Army, Willis Bilderback’s jacket he wore on the sidelines and Dick Szlasa’s Morris Touchstone Memorial Award as the nation’s coach of the year in 1975. • The bronze sculpture of Dinty Moore is also housed in this section of the hall of fame. • More than 40 different Navy lacrosse players have been recipients of Naval Academy Awards, including the Naval Academy Athletic Association’s Sword for Men, the Thompson Trophy Cup and the Calvert Award. Their names are ensconced within the walls of the Hall of Players and Coaches. • This is also the area in which Special Coaches and Friends of Navy Lacrosse are honored. Each year, a member of the Navy lacrosse family will be added to the list of winners for their contributions to the Navy lacrosse program.


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Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium has emerged as the premier college lacrosse venue in the country and the home to Navy’s men’s and women’s lacrosse programs. Though the 3 million-dollar facility opened its doors on Sept. 26, 1959, when Navy christened the stadium with a 292 win on the gridiron against William & Mary, the Navy lacrosse program would not play its first contest at the stadium until April 29, 1961. Hall of Famer George Tracy and attackman Patrick FitzPatrick scored two goals apiece to lead the Midshipmen to a 9-7 victory over rival Maryland in Navy’s debut at the two-year-old facility.

This spring marks the 50th season in which at least one Navy lacrosse game has been played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Having played a game a year at the stadium for 44-consecutive years, the Midshipmen stepped away from the hallowed ground in 2003 as the stadium underwent a 40 million-dollar face-lift. When Navy returned to the field in 2004, the Midshipmen called the state-of-theart multi-use facility their home for all home lacrosse games. Navy owns a 104-60 (.634) all-time record in games played at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Since calling the stadium its permanent home in 2004, the Midshipmen have turned in a 36-13 (.735) record, including a 16-1 mark in Patriot League affairs. Among Navy’s 42 NCAA Tournament contests over the last 40 years, 13 have been played in Annapolis, including 10 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. In those 10 contests, the Mids have won eight, including two of the last three when they claimed victories over Penn (11-5) in 2004 and Delaware (9-7) in 2005.

Additionally, Navy served as a host of the 1996 NCAA Tournament First Round which featured wins by Towson over Loyola (16-11) and Johns Hopkins over Notre Dame (12-7). Along with Princeton, Navy played host to the 2007 NCAA Quarterfinals where top-seeded Duke defeated archrival North Carolina, 19-11, while Delaware earned the program’s first trip to the Final Four by clipping UMBC, 106. Navy also played host to the 2008 NCAA Quarterfinals, giving the Mids a final chance to play on their home field. The game featured the first postseason matchup between Navy and Johns Hopkins in a storied rivalry, though the Blue Jays ended the Mids’ season on a beautiful afternoon that attracted an NCAA Tournament quarterfinals record crowd on 17,017. Fans were also treated to an overtime win by Virginia over Maryland. Navy played host to the NCAA Quarterfinals for a third-straight year when Virginia battled Johns Hopkins and Duke squared off against North Carolina for a third time in ‘09. Navy has also been chosen to serve as one of two hosts for the 2012 NCAA Quarterfinals, along with Drexel.

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NMCMS RENOVATIONS Privately funded by the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation and the Naval Academy Athletic Association (NAAA), the 40 million-dollar Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium renovation project began in the summer of 2002 and was completed in the fall of 2005. One of the most significant changes to the stadium came with the installation of a new synthetic field surface, FieldTurf, which allows the stadium to be used 365 days a year. The multi-purpose nature of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium has allowed it to host a myriad of events, including the 2007 NCAA Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lacrosse Quarterfinals, the 2005 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship, the 2005 Women's Lacrosse World Cup and the Good Samaritan High School All-Star Football Game, as well as numerous high school and local youth events.

In 2004, a 12,000-square-foot, two-story banquet facility was constructed to host class reunion dinners and other Naval Academy functions. Located on the first floor, the N-Room houses plaques listing the names of USNA varsity letter winners and can seat 600 for a banquet or formal dinner. The banquet rooms are serviced by a full kitchen and bar areas with a fully-integrated audio and video system that features 10 large screen televisions and the ability to give business presentations on both levels of the banquet facility.

A completely renovated press tower was also unveiled prior to the 2004 season. The top level features booths for television play-by-play and coaches' video, along with tower suites. The fifth level is dedicated to the print media, while also housing radio and coaches' booths, along with scoreboard, public address and operations areas. A newly-constructed level, named the Flag Bridge, was erected under the old press area in the seating bowl. It has 71 permanent seats in front of additional stools, tables and chairs which allows for flexibility in hosting game day viewing or special events on non-game days.

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New components have included: two state-of-the-art video scoreboards, chair back seating, ADA seating platforms and access ramps, concession stands, end zone seating, luxury suites, additional sideline seating created by lowered the playing field to give the stadium a more intimate look and feel.


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Located on the second floor of the press tower is the newlyopened Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Visitors and fans alike have the opportunity to learn of the Mids’ overwhelming accomplishments over the last 100 years, as well as the heroics played out both on and off the field. The people and events that have shaped the Navy lacrosse program are remembered in the exhibit, along with the stories of some of the greatest teams ever to play the game. The Bilderback-Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame is divided into three rooms on the second floor of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium — the Hall of Heroes and Champions, made possible by a leadership gift from Ed Gibbons, Class of ‘59; the Hall of Players and Coaches, made possible by a leadership gift from Charlie Guy, Class of ‘46; and the Hall of Championships, the focal point of the exhibit, which includes the James H.H. Carrington Room, made possible by a leadership gift from Nancy and Steve Crown. While the renovations made possible the necessary upgrades for the football and lacrosse programs, the memorial aspects of the original structure were preserved and enhanced during the renovations. More than 8,000 chair back memorial plates were removed, refurbished and reinstalled on the new seats. Hundreds of memorial plaques received the same treatment and are featured on the Memorial Plaque Wall in the North Memorial Plaza. Battle arches and class arches have been constructed to tell the illustrious story of the Naval Services. Each combination of battle arches contains a history lesson on the left arch and a description of the particular battle on the right. Each and every battle fought by either the Navy or Marine Corps is depicted through the use of color-coded battle streamers allowing visitors to chronologically view the story of the brave men and women who we honor for their service to our country.

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NAVY LACROSSE FAN SUPPORT The support of Navy’s athletics program spans all corners of the U.S. and abroad, however, the fanbase the Midshipmen lacrosse program has formed along the Eastern Seaboard is second to none. In fact, Navy has led the country in regular-season home attendance in four of the last seven years, including the 2007 campaign when better than 33,000 fans came out to cheer on the Midshipmen in their six regular-season contests.

In 2008, a record-breaking crowd came out to see the annual Navy-Johns Hopkins game. During the regular season, 16,042 fans saw the Blue Jays capture a win over the Mids. A month later, Navy and Hopkins met one another in the NCAA Quarterfinals where a tournament-record 17,017 fans came out to enjoy a beautiful day in Annapolis. The two marks are the second and third largest crowds to watch a lacrosse game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. In April of 2005, more than 14,000 fans witnessed the Mids’ 9-8 victory over Maryland. By year’s end, it was the largest crowd to watch a regular-season Div. I lacrosse game that season. The following week a crowd of 12,117 watched Navy beat arch rival Army, 12-9, in the Star Game. It was the eighth-largest crowd in stadium history andthe first time in school history that Navy drew over 10,000 fans in back-toback games. Additionally, it was the largest documented crowd to see an Army-Navy lacrosse game.

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TOP-10 NAVY MEN’S LACROSSE CROWDS AT NAVY-MARINE CORPS MEMORIAL STADIUM * Att. 18,694 17,017 16,042 15,271 15,109 14,625 14,124 14,000 13,857 12,117

Opponent Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins # Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins Maryland Maryland Maryland Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins Army

Date 4-24-04 5-17-08 4-19-08 4-20-02 4-3-09 4-6-07 4-8-05 5-12-62 4-22-06 4-16-05

Result L 9-10 L 4-10 L 5-12 L 8-9 W 10-4 L 7-8 2OT W 9-8 W 16-11 L 8-9 W 12-9

* Attendance officially kept beginning with the 1995 season. # NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals

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