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2013 NAVY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

Table of Contents

Quick Facts / Schedule / Roster Head Coach Al Cantello 2013 Outlook Midshipmen Bios 2012 Meet-by-Meet Results All-Time Records & All-Americans Patriot League Championshp History Year-by-Year Results Coaching Records All-Time Letterwinners The Patriot League

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General Information

2013 Schedule

Date Meet/Opponent Sat., Sept. 7 Fordham Fiasco Sat., Sept. 14 Navy Invitational Sat., Sept. 21 Iona Meet of Champions Sat., Oct. 5 Paul Short Run Fri., Oct. 18 Army - Star Meet Sat., Oct. 26 Old Rag Trail Sat., Nov. 2 Patriot League Championships Fri., Nov. 15 NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Sat., Nov. 23 NCAA Championships

2012 Results (1-0)

Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 28 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 Nov. 9

Navy Men’s Cross Country

2013 Roster

Sports Information

Men’s Cross Country SID John Gasparoni Office Phone (410) 293-8774 Office Fax (410) 293-8954 E-mail @usna.edu Mailing Address 566 Brownson Road Annapolis, MD 21402

Credits The 2013 Navy men’s cross country media guide is a production of the Navy Sports Information office. The guide was designed, written and edited by Jeff Barnes and John Gasparoni. Covers and additional layout and design by Mark Leddy. Photographs provided by Phil Hoffmann, Tom Connelly, Anne Arundel County Visitors Bureau and Naval Academy archives.

Time 10:30 a.m. 11 a.m. 10:15 a.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 10 a.m. TBD TBD TBD

Home meets in bold, at USNA Cross Country Course All times ET, subject to change

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

Head Coach (Alma Mater) Al Cantello (La Salle ‘55) Office Phone (410) 293-5574 E-mail cantello@usna.edu Record at Navy (Years) 242-69-1 (45) Career Record (Years) 242-69-1 (45) Home Course USNA Cross Country Course Course Distance ­8,000 meters Officer Representative Lt. Aaron Lanzel, USN Faculty Representative Prof. Daniel Masterson 2012 Dual Meet Record 1-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost / Team Captain MIDN 1/C Robert Patterson First Year of Program (Years) 1922 (91st) All-Time Record 402-171-3 (.701­­)

Site Bronx, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Bronx, N.Y. Bethlehem, Pa. West Point, N.Y. Robertson, Va. Easton, Pa. Bethlehem, Pa. Terre Haute, Ind.

Meet/Opponent at Harry Lang Invitational at Harry Groves Invitational Navy Invitational at Notre Dame Invitational Army - Star Meet at Patriot League Championship at NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional

Name Greg Bohmke Hale Bullen Chris Burns Drew Calcagno Zach Cammer Kyle Davis Brian De La Mora Tom Delaney C.J. Elward Aidan Farrell Ryan Gallagher Nick Halbach Zach Hebda Ryan Kelley Weston Kennedy Justin Maguire Shay Martin Ryan McCoy Chris Miller Caleb Moore Tom Moore Shane O’Donnell Nick Palermo Robert Patterson Sam Peckham Sam Pershall Mitchell Pratt Jake Prickett Sean Rynning Steve Schroeder Ryan Speir Lucas Stanaker John Sweeney Jeramy Triplett Bill Walker Nick Wilcox Sam Williams

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

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

Result 2nd of 11 4th of 9 1st of 7 17th of 20 1st of 2 2nd of 8 6th of 25

Top Navy Finisher (Finish) Chris Galvin (7th) Robert Patterson (9th) John Sweeney (3rd) Chris Galvin (42nd) John Sweeney (2nd) John Sweeney (6th) Chris Galvin (23rd)

Hometown/High School Fredericksburg, Va./Stafford Annapolis, Md./Annapolis Rochester Hills, Mich./Notre Dame Prep Hanover, Mass./Boston College HS Huntington Station, Ky./Walt Whitman North Brunswick, N.J./North Brunswick Davis, Calif./Davis Winchester, Va./John Handley Morton, Ill./Peoria Notre Dame Paso Robles, Calif./Paso Robles Medina, Ohio/Buckeye Mountain Brook, Ala./Mountain Brook Pittsburgh, Pa./North Hills Pembroke, Mass./Pembroke Sugarland, Texas/Fort Bend Baptist Academy Brewster, N.Y./Brewster Carlsbad, Calif./Carslbad New Glarus, Wis./New Glarus Darnestown, Md./Northwest West Union, W. Va./Doddrige County Danbury, Conn./Danbury Norfolk, Va./Annapolis (Md.) Coconut Creek, Fla./North Broward Prep Owings, Md./DeMatha Catholic Valencia, Calif./Hart Severna Park, Md./Severna Park Temple City, Calif./Arcadia Anthem, Ariz./Boulder Creek Longwood, Fla./Lyman Monticello, Ill./Monticello Burr Ridge, Ill./Lyons Township Tega Cay, S.C./Fort Mill Euclid, Ohio/Saint Ignacius Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson Stevenson Ranch, Calif./Hart Warner Robins, Ga./Warner Robins Warren Center, Pa./Northeast Bradford

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2013 NAVY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY In addition, two of Navy’s distance relay teams were ranked among the nation’s top 15 during the 1999 outdoor campaign. The mile relay team of Eric AL Adams, John McNamara, Ryan Runge and Ryan was fourth in the nation, while the distance medley relay team of Adams, Torrance Chaplin, Karlton Holston CANTELLO and Ryan was nationally ranked, as well. Head Coach • 46th Season 51st Year at Navy LaSalle ‘55

Al Cantello is now in his 51st season at the Naval Academy and 46th as cross country head coach. Since his arrival at U.S.N.A. over 50 years ago, the Midshipmen have been one of the most consistent men’s cross country programs, both regionally and nationally. Cantello led the Mids to four consecutive Patriot League Championships from 2008-11 while garnering conference coach of the year accolades each time. In 45 seasons at the helm of the cross country program, Cantello boasts a 242-69-1 career record. Cantello’s teams have also shined in the classroom, as in each of the past three seasons the Mids earned USTFCCCA All-Academic Cross Country Team accolades with a team GPA over 3.00. Cantello has coached several standout runners in Annapolis in both cross country and as an assistant coach with the Navy track team. Most recently, Andrew Hanko (2007-10) became the first runner in program history to win consecutive Patriot League cross country titles. The three-time FirstTeam All-Patriot League honoree was the first Midshipman to qualify for the NCAA Championship since 1999 and finished 119th at the 2010 NCAA Cross Country Championships. Jon Clemens received All-America honors during the 1996 cross country season, while John Mentzer was named a 1997 All-American in both indoor (5,000 meters) and outdoor (10,000 meters) track. Michael Ryan earned similar honors during the 1999 indoor track season for his 4:01.57 time in the mile, and Erik Schmidt took fifth place in the mile at the NCAA Indoor Championship in March 2003.

The Cantello File Coaching Record

• Owns a 242-69-1 (.777) career record in 45 seasons, including a 35-9-1 (.789) mark against Army • Has won 46 combined N-Star victories as the head coach of the men’s cross country and track & field programs (has a combined 80 N-Star victories as a coach) • His 35 N-Star victories in cross country are the most in one sport for any coach in Navy history

Coaching Accomplishments

• Coached three NCAA Cross Country All-Americans • Three-time NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Coach of the Year (1984, ‘85 and ‘92) • NCAA Mid-Atlantic Assistant Coach of the Year (2010) • Four-time Patriot League Coach of the Year (2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11) • Penn Relays Wall of Fame (2009) • Naval Academy Alumni Association’s Distinguished Athletic Leadership

Award (1997) • Tom Hamilton Teaching/Coaching Award (1997)

Hometown

• Norristown, Pa.

Education

• B.A., Education, La Salle, 1955; M.A., Counciling, Bowie State, 1975

Family

• Jackie (wife); Karla McMahon and Karen O’Kane (daughters); and Albert

Jr. (son, deceased); seven grandchildren

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As a result of his teams’ success, Cantello has been amply recognized, including being named the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Coach of the Year three times (1984, ‘85 and ‘92) and has been Patriot League Coach of the Year each of the last three seasons. In 1997, the Naval Academy Alumni Association awarded Cantello the Distinguished Athletic Leadership Award for a coach or faculty member who did the most for the physical development of the Midshipmen in physical education. Cantello also received the inaugural Tom Hamilton Teaching/Coaching Award, as voted by his peers that same year. From 1981-88, Cantello held a dual coaching role, guiding Navy’s men’s indoor and outdoor track squads while maintaining his cross country duties. As Navy’s head track coach, Cantello led the Mids to a 67-9-1 dual meet record. During the 1986-87 academic year, his combined record in cross country, indoor and outdoor track & field was a remarkable 23-1. Cantello’s all-time head coaching record in cross country, indoor and outdoor track is 318-81-2, good for a .796 career winning percentage. Among his victories are 46 N-Stars, including 35 as the head coach of the cross country program - more than any other Navy mentor in one sport. Cantello has authored the Mids to a 35-9-1 mark against Army, prior to which Navy held a 12-19 record against the Black Knights. A 1955 graduate of La Salle, Cantello was a two-time All-American in the javelin throw. In 2009, he was inducted into the Penn Relays Wall of Fame for becoming the first three-time winner in the javelin throw at the famed event. He was also enshrined as a charter member of La Salle’s Hall of Athletes in 1961 and in the spring of 2012, Cantello was inducted in the inaugural class of the Middle Athletic Conference Hall of Fame. A former world-class competitor in the javelin, Cantello once held every national and international record in the event. In 1959, he set a world record in the javelin and competed for the U.S. Olympic Team the following year in the 1960 Games in Rome. In 1964, Sport magazine named Cantello to its all-time track & field team and voted him the world’s greatest competitor in the javelin. Cantello and his wife, Jackie, are the parents of three adult children - Karla McMahon, Karen O’Kane and the late Albert Jr. - and seven grandchildren.

Cantello vs. Army

Team Years Cross Country 1968-present Indoor Track 1982-88 Outdoor Track 1982-88 TOTALS 1968-present

W L T Pct. N-Stars 35 9 1 .789 35 4 3 0 .571 4 7 0 0 1.000 7 46 12 1 .789 46


2013 NAVY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Season Outlook Robert Navy Men’s Cross Country will again be a Patriot League Championship contender. Each year this is our goal. Suffice it to say the annual Army dual Patterson meet scheduled smack at mid-season impedes our training cycle. It goes with the territory and we accept it. The Army/Navy culture mandates that we peak several times a season – an art and not a science. Our personnel is always deep to offset injuries and illness. Sophomore Steve Schroeder has already shown his desire to achieve his fiery goals earlier than most. Would that I had this problem with the shank of our squad. Team captain Robbie Patterson, coming off an injury, has done everything possible to gain mid-season condition and there is good news ahead. Even in recovery, he leads. Robbie’s senior counterpart, Sean Rynning, having put in a great summer of training, is currently our “on the course” leader. Sean, a pure competitor, is followed by a deceptively gritty runner in John Sweeney. John is also a bulwark of our top five. The dark horse on the whole team is Junior Zach Hebda, whose summer training portends great things. There is another sophomore besides Schroeder who will have a breakout season. Sam Peckham is no longer under the radar. Sam figures prominently into our strength. So after Army, on to the Patriot League. Six years ago we were runners up. Then we took four straight titles. Last season we lost by two points. This year it will again be a donnybrook. Finally, the Region II NCAA Championships at Lehigh…..Fire the pistol.

Senior • Captain Owings, Md. DeMatha Catholic

Cantello on Patterson: “His peers elected him team captain but for no other reason than grit. Robbie is the proverbial humming bird i.e fuselage to big, wings too small, goes from flower to flower.” Patterson’s Career Honors • Second-Team All-Patriot League (2011, ‘12) Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 28 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 Nov. 10

Meet (Distance) Time Harry Lang Invite (6.4k) 20:29 Harry Groves Invite (5.2m) 26:29 Notre Dame Invitational (5m) 25:01 Army (8k) 24:52 Patriot League Championship (8k) 25:55 NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional (10k) 31:20

Place (Navy) 10 of 103 (2) 9 of 98 (1) 96 of 163 (4) 8 of 24 (7) 10 of 76 (3) 35 of 170 (2)

2011 Date Sept. 3 Sept. 17 Sept. 30 Oct. 14 Oct. 29 Nov. 12

Meet (Distance) Time UMES Lid Lifter Invitational (8k) 26:10.14 Navy Invitational (8k) 25:02.16 Paul Short Run (8k) 25:44 Army (8k) 24:32 Patriot League Championship (8k) 25:35.9 Mid-Atlantic Regional Champ. (10k) 31:39.3

Place (Navy) 10 of 42 (7) 23 of 102 (5) 130 of 402 (5) 3 of 23 (3) 12 of 81 (5) 41 of 183 (5)

2010 Date Sept. 4

Meet (Distance) Time UMES Lid Lifter Invitational (8k) 26:14.31

Place (Navy) 12 of 40 (7)

High School • Three-year all-conference and all-county honoree in cross country • 2006 conference individual champion in cross country • Key member of track team what won three consecutive conference titles r Robert Patterson

Personal • Father, Mark, ran track and cross country for the U.S. Naval Academy (1980-84) • Son of Mark and Jennifer

w Steve Schroeder

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2013 NAVY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Sean Kyle Rynning Davis Senior Longwood, Fla. Lyman

Junior North Brunswick, N.J. North Brunswick

Cantello on Rynning: “Natural leader and tenacious competitor. Year after year he has worked to improve. He now is one of the top two runners on our squad and ranks among the top 25% in our NCHH Region – Mid-Atlantic.” 2012 Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 28 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 Nov. 10

Meet (Distance) Time Harry Lang Invite (6.4k) 20:44 Harry Groves Invite (5.2m) 26:44 Navy Invitational (8k) 25:13 Notre Dame Invitational (5m) 25:22 Army (8k) 24:50 Patriot League Championship (8k) 26:22 NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional (10k) 31:26

Place (Navy) 16 of 103 (5) 20 of 98 (3) 8 of 59 (4) 120 of 163 (6) 7 of 24 (6) 23 of 76 (8) 38 of 170 (3)

2011 Date Sept. 3 Sept. 17 Sept. 30 Oct. 14 Oct. 29

Meet (Distance) UMES Lid Lifter Invitational (8k) Navy Invitational (8k) Paul Short Run (8k) Army (8k) Patriot League Championship (8k)

Time 25:48.42 25:09.17 25:56 25:08.9 25:52.4

Place (Navy) 6 of 42 (4) 27 of 102 (6) 162 of 402 (6) 12 of 23 (7) 24 of 81 (8)

2010 Date Sept. 4

Meet (Distance) UMES Lid Lifter Invitational (8k)

Time 26:42.74

Place (Navy) 19 of 40 (14)

High School • Two-time all-state performer in cross country, finished ninth at the Florida state championships in 2009 • Four-time all-county, three-time all-district and all-region • Helped cross country team to county and district championships in 2009 • Finished seventh at the Florida state track championships in the 1600m in 2009 Personal • Son of Mark and Kathryn Rynning

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Cantello on Davis: “Expecting a break out year considering how hard hes worked this summer. He has the experience, which I can’t coach.” 2012 Date Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 28 Oct. 13 Oct. 27

Meet (Distance) Harry Groves Invite (5.2m) Navy Invitational (8k) Notre Dame Invitational (5m) Army (8k) Patriot League Championship (8k)

Time 27:07 25:43 25:54 25:10 26:19

Place (Navy) 37 of 98 (8) 14 of 59 (7) 145 of 163 (9) 11 of 24 (9) 22 of 76 (7)

High School • A 2011 graduate of North Brunswick, where he earned four letters in indoor track, four letters in outdoor track and four letters in cross country • Helped team to a county and sectional title in indoor track in 2010 • Earned all-county honors and was the team captain in track and field in 2011 • Cross country team won the county title in 2009 • All-state honoree in cross country in 2009 • Two-time team captain and two-time all-county selection in cross country • Member of the National Honor Society • Member of the National German Honor Society Personal • Twin brother, Cullen, is on the cross country and track and field team at Temple • Son of Jeff and Lisa Davis • Majoring in ocean engineering • Has been named to the Commandant’s List once


2013 NAVY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Zach Ryan Hebda Kelley Junior Pittsburgh, Pa. North Hills

Junior Pembroke, Mass. Pembroke

Cantello on Hebda: “This young man defines do . Having had his share of injuires, he has come back and is already the toast of his running mates.” 2012 Date Meet (Distance) Sept. 15 Navy Invitational (8k) Oct. 13 Army (8k) 2011 Date Sept. 3

Meet (Distance) UMES Lid Lifter Invitational (8k)

Time 26:32 25:18

Place (Navy) 34 of 59 (10) 12 of 24 (10)

Time 25:38.01

Place (Navy) 4 of 42 (2)

High School • All-state honoree in both cross country (2010) and track (2011) • Helped North Hills High School to third at the 2010 cross country state championship and second at the 2011 track state championship • Won three varsity letters in both cross country and track Personal • Son of Christopher and Joanne • Sister, Steph, is a 2009 USNA graduate and sister, Mollie, was a 2012 USNA graduate and a member of the women’s cross country team

Cantello on Kelley: “Ryan is a testimony to what we do at Annapolis: DEVELOPE.” 2012 Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 28 Oct. 13

Meet (Distance) Harry Lang Invite (6.4k) Harry Groves Invite (5.2m) Navy Invitational (8k) Notre Dame Invitational (5m) Army (8k)

2011 Date Sept. 3

Meet (Distance) UMES Lid Lifter Invitational (8k)

Time 20:52 27:06 25:48 25:37 25:23 Time 25:38.01

Place (Navy) 23 of 103 (8) 33 of 98 (7) 15 of 59 (8) 135 of 163 (8) 15 of 24 (12) Place (Navy) 4 of 42 (2)

High School • Led Pembroke High School to back-to-back state championships in 2009 and ‘10, earning Boston Globe Runner of the Year honors • Helped outdoor track team to Eastern Massachusetts Division 4 championship in 2009 • 2010 indoor track division 3 state champion in the 1600 • Captained both the cross country and track teams as a senior • Earned four varsity letters in cross country and track at Pembroke High School Personal • Son of Joseph and Margaret • Uncle, Charlie Daniels, and aunt, Cathleen Daniels, are both 1987 graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy • Father, Joseph, ran track at Boston University

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2013 NAVY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Weston John Kennedy Sweeney Junior Sugarland, Texas Fort Bend Baptist Academy

Junior Euclid, Ohio Saint Ignacius

Cantello on Kennedy: “A pure miler who knows he needs to pound the turf in order to compete with the top dogs in the East.”

Cantello on Sweeney: “Quiet, unflappable but a man on a mission. John will write his name among those legators who have written distance running tradition.”

2011 • Did not compete in varsity meets

Sweeney’s Career Honors • First-Team All-Patriot League (2012) • Academic All-Patriot League Team (2012) • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2012)

2010 Date Sept. 4

Meet (Distance) Time UMES Lid Lifter Invitational (8k) 26:29.29

Place (Navy) 28 of 40 (19)

High School • Won the Texas High School State Championship in the 400 as a junior and was the runner-up in the 800 as a senior in 2009 • Earned Texas All-State and academic All-State honors as a junior and senior • Garnered a total of four varsity letters in track at Fort Bend Baptist Academy Personal • Son of Steven and Mona Kennedy • Majoring in oceanography

2012 Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 28 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 Nov. 10

Meet (Distance) Harry Lang Invite (6.4k) Harry Groves Invite (5.2m) Navy Invitational (8k) Notre Dame Invitational (5m) Army (8k) Patriot League Championship (8k) NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional (10k)

Time 20:31 26:35 25:00 24:45 24:40 25:46 31:26

Place (Navy) 12 of 103 (4) 14 of 98 (2) 3 of 59 (1) 75 of 163 (2) 2 of 24 (1) 6 of 76 (1) 39 of 170 (4)

2011 Date Oct. 29

Meet (Distance) Patriot League Championship (8k)

Time 26:22.1

Place (Navy) 33 of 81 (9)

High School • A 2011 graduate of Saint Ignacius High School, where he earned four letters in track and field and four in cross country • Helped lead team to a state cross country championship in 2009 • Won the cross country district individual title in 2010 • Was named all-state and team MVP as the cross country captain in his senior year • Served as his class president and was also a member of the student senate Personal • Son of Paul and Mary Sweeney • Majoring in economics

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2013 NAVY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Jeramy Steve Triplett Schroeder Junior Pflugerville, Texas Hendrickson

Sophomore Monticello, Ill. Monticello

Cantello on Triplett: “Should break into our top seven scorers only because he made the commitment this summer.”

Cantello on Schroeder: “This coach’s task is to retrain him. To say he’s driven would be an understatement.”

Triplett’s Career Honors • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2011, 12)

Schoeder’s Career Honors • Patriot League Rookie of the Year (2012)

2012 Date Sept. 1 Sept. 15 Oct. 13 Oct. 27

Meet (Distance) Harry Lang Invite (6.4k) Navy Invitational (8k) Army (8k) Patriot League Championship (8k)

2011 Date Sept. 3

Meet (Distance) UMES Lid Lifter Invitational (8k)

Time 21:24 26:09 25:05 26:57

Place (Navy) 38 of 103 (12) 22 of 59 (9) 9 of 24 (8) 39 of 76 (10)

Time 26:16.22

Place (Navy) 11 of 42 (8)

High School • Helped lead Hendrickson High School to the Texas 4A regional championship in 2010 Personal • Son of Allan and Norma

2012 Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 28 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 Nov. 10

Meet (Distance) Harry Lang Invite (6.4k) Harry Groves Invite (5.2m) Navy Invitational (8k) Notre Dame Invitational (5m) Army (8k) Patriot League Championship (8k) NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional (10k)

Time 20:51 27:02 25:24 25:23 24:48 26:14 32:28

Place (Navy) 21 of 103 (7) 30 of 98 (6) 11 of 59 (6) 122 of 163 (7) 5 of 24 (4) 18 of 76 (6) 83 of 170 (7)

High School • Won the 2011 Illinois Class 1A cross country state championship and the 2012 Illinois track state championship in the 3200m ... both the cross country and track teams placed third as a team • Placed fifth at the Illinois cross country state championships as a junior and 19th as a sophomore • Took second place in the 1600m at the 2012 Illinois track state championships and was part of the 4x800m relay team that captured the state title • Captained both the cross country and track teams as a senior • Named the News-Gazette’s Cross Country and Track Athlete of the year as a senior Personal • Son of Christopher and Nancy • Also an avid musician that plays the guitar

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2013 NAVY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Justin Samuel Maguire Peckham Sophomore Brewster, N.Y. Brewster

Cantello on Maguire: “Justin aint a pretty runner but cross country is not a beauty contest. When it comes to beauty lets look at his heart.”

Cantello on Peckham: “Here is another sophomore address depth to your legacy. He manifests all the ingredients of a future distance standout”

High School • Two-time New York All-State and all-section honoree in cross country at Brewster High School • Garnered cross country all-league honors his sophomore, junior and senior seasons • Part of three consecutive league champion cross country and track teams ... cross country team claimed section titles in 2009 and `10 • Earned four varsity letters in both outdoor and indoor track and picked up three in cross country

High School • Finished 12th at the 2011 California cross country state championships and helped Hart High School to a seventh-place finish as a team • Part of the Hart track and field team that placed third in the state in 2012 • Three-time captain of the cross country team and earned a total of eight varsity letters cross country and track

Personal • Son of Thomas and Sharon

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Sophomore Valencia, Calif. Hart

Personal • Son of Mark and Linda


2013 NAVY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Hale Martin Bullen Shay Freshman Annapolis, Md. Annapolis

Cantello on Bullen: “His first name should be “Hail” as he’s one of the most hailed runners in Annapolis. Mr. Bullen has left the faith, lacrosse, to become one of the best local high runners. He will be a contributor!” High School • Had an outstanding senior season in both cross country and track at Annapolis High School ... Won the Maryland 3A cross country state title and set a meet record time by over 22 seconds in winning the 3200m at the Anne Arundel County indoor track championships • As a junior, he won the country and regional outdoor track titles in the 3200m and finished second in the state ... he also won the outdoor track county title in the 1600m • Four-time first-team all-Metro in cross country and seven-time all-county selection in indoor and outdoor track • Named The Baltimore Sun All-Metro cross country runner of the year as a senior

Freshman Carlsbad, Calif. Carlsbad

Cantello on Shay: “Needs to be harder in the rigors of Navy and still having an impact season.” High School • Placed 11th at the 2012 California Cross Country State Championships, helping Carlsbad High School to a third-place finish overall • Captained both the cross country and track teams as a junior and senior • Earned three varsity letters in both cross country and track

Personal • Father, Chip, played lacrosse at Washington College • Son of Chip and Jeanne

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2013 NAVY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Lucas Sam Stanaker Williams Freshman Tega Cay, S.C. Fort Mill

Cantello on Stanaker: “Lucas is a pleasant surprise, a sleeper and will grow into one of our best.”

Cantello on Williams: “Samuel is getting his baptism early an often. If he prevails he should help us.”

High School • Earned All-State, all-county, all-region honors in cross country as a senior in 2012 at Fort Mill High School • Helped Fort Mill to the county, region and upper state championships as a senior • All-State and all-region honoree in track as a senior • Captained the rifle team as a senior

High School • Led Northeast Bradford High School to the Pennsylvania Class A cross country state championship as a senior in 2012 • Three-time All-State and all-county selection in cross country • Six-time All-State performer in track and two-time district champion in the 3200m • Named MVP and captain of both the cross country and track teams on two occasions • Helped cross country team to back-to-back district titles in 2009 and `10

Personal • Son of Eric and Teresa

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Freshman Warren Center, Pa. Northeast Bradford

Personal • Son of Scott and Margaret


2013 NAVY MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

2012 RESULTS Harry Lang Invitational

Army - Star Meet

Sept. 1, 2012 • Hamilton, N.Y. • 6.4K

11 teams, 103 runners competed 2. Navy 7 10 11 12 16 19 21 Navy Top-Seven Runners 7. Chris Galvin 20:19 10. Robert Patterson 20:29 11. Kyle Satterwhite 20:30 12. John Sweeney 20:31 16. Sean Rynning 20:44 19. C.J. Elward 20:49 21. Steve Schroeder 20:51 Top-Five Average: 20:30 Top-Five Spread: 0:25

Oct. 13, 2012 • Annapolis, Md. • 8K -- 56

Harry Groves Invitational

-- 20 -- 43

Patriot League Championship

Sept. 8, 2012 • University Park, Pa. • 5.2M

9 teams, 98 runners competed 4. Navy 9 14 20 21 27 30 33 Navy Top-Seven Runners 9. Robert Patterson 26:29 14. John Sweeney 26:35 20. Sean Rynning 26:44 21. Chris Galvin 26:45 27. Kyle Satterwhite 26:57 30. Steve Schroeder 27:02 33. Ryan Kelley 27:06 Top-Five Average: 26:42 Top-Five Spread: 0:28

2 teams, 24 runners competed 1. Navy 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2. Army 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 Navy Top-Seven Runners 2. John Sweeney 24:40.77 3. Kyle Satterwhite 24:43.53 4. Chris Galvin 24:43.78 5. Steve Schroeder 24:48.06 6. C.J. Elward 24:48.44 7. Sean Rynning 24:50.60 8. Robert Patterson 24:52.48 Top-Five Average: 24:44 Top-Five Spread: 0:08

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Navy Invitational

Sept. 15, 2012 • Annapolis, Md. • 8K

7 teams, 59 runners competed 1. Navy 3 6 7 8 10 11 14 -- 34 Navy Top-Seven Runners 3. John Sweeney 25:00 6. Kyle Satterwhite 25:06 7. Chris Galvin 25:09 8. Sean Rynning 25:13 10. C.J. Elward 25:23 11. Steve Schroeder 25:24 14. Kyle Davis 25:43 Top-Five Average: 25:10 Top-Five Spread: 0:23

Notre Dame Invitational

Oct. 27, 2012 • Hamilton, N.Y. • 8K

8 teams, 76 runners competed 2. Navy 6 8 10 15 17 18 22 Navy Top-Seven Runners 6. John Sweeney 25:46 8. Chris Galvin 25:51 10. Robert Patterson 25:55 15. Kyle Satterwhite 26:08 17. C.J. Elward 26:13 18. Steve Schroeder 26:14 22. Kyle Davis 26:19 Top-Five Average: 25:58 Top-Five Spread: 0:27

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NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship Nov. 9, 2012 • University Park, Pa. • 10K

25 teams, 170 runners competed 6. Navy 23 35 38 39 44 62 83 Navy Top-Seven Runners 23. Chris Galvin 30:58 35. Robert Patterson 31:20 38. Sean Rynning 31:26 39. John Sweeney 31:26 44. Kyle Satterwhite 31:31 62. C.J. Elward 32:05 83. Steve Schroeder 32:28 Top-Five Average: 31:20 Top-Five Spread: 0:33

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Sept. 28, 2012 • South Bend, Ind. • 5M

20 teams, 163 runners competed 17. Navy 42 75 93 95 110 113 115 --- 415 Navy Top-Seven Runners 42. Chris Galvin 24:27 75. John Sweeney 24:45 93. Kyle Satterwhite 24:59 95. Robert Patterson 25:01 110. C.J. Elward 25:18 113. Sean Rynning 25:22 115. Stephen Schroeder 25:23 Top-Five Average: 24:54 Top-Five Spread: 0:51

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ALL-TIME RECORDS Top Times at the USNA Course

Pl. Name School Time Date 1. Wesley Korir Louisville 23:30.0 Sept. 15, 2007 2. Jim O’Connell Syracuse 23:42.6 Oct. 2, 1982 3. Ron Harris Navy 23:47.8 Oct. 25, 1986 4. Ron Harris Navy 23:50.8 Oct. 19, 1985 5. Sean Nicholl Georgia 23:51.0 Sept. 28, 1985 6. Andrew Hanko Navy 23:55.2 Sept. 18, 2010 7. Hillary Tuwell Richmond 23:56.4 Oct. 22, 1977 8. Steve Holman Georgetown 23:58.6 Oct. 6, 1990 9. Soimo Kiplagat Louisville 24:00.3 Sept. 15, 2007 10. John Olsen Navy 24:01.2 Sept. 15, 2007 11. Matt Hughes Louisville 24:02.1 Sept. 18, 2010 12. Tim Cummins Navy 24:02.8 Oct. 14, 1978 Jonathan Anderson Army 24:02.8 Oct. 18, 2008 14. Kris Herdt Virginia 24:04.1 Sept. 24, 1988 15. Steve Holman Georgetown 24:05.0 Oct. 12, 1991 Steve Hallinan American 24:05.0 Sept. 15, 2007 17. Alberto Salazar Oregon 24:07.0 Sept. 22, 1979 Mica Comstock Army 24:07.0 Oct. 25, 1986 19. Tyno Carter Army 24:08.0 Oct. 25, 1986 20. Steve Gilmore Navy 24:09.5 Nov. 24, 1973 21. Ron Harris Navy 24:10.0 Sept. 28, 1985 Michael Eaton Louisville 24:10.6 Sept. 18, 2010 23. Dan Rincon Maryland 24:11.0 Oct. 21, 1972 24. Sosthenes Bitok Richmond 24:11.4 Sept. 26, 1981 Cody Rome Navy 24:11.6 Sept. 18, 2010 Times listed through 2010 as the course was altered in 2011 and again in ‘12

Top Navy Times at the USNA Course

Pl. Name Time Year 1. Ron Harris 23:47.8 1986 2. Ron Harris 23:50.8 1985 3. Andrew Hanko 23:55.2 2010 4. John Olsen 24:01.2 2007 5. Tim Cummins 24:02.8 1978 6. Steve Gilmore 24:09.5 1973 7. Ron Harris 24:10.0 1985 Cody Rome 24:11.6 2010 9. Greg Keller 24:12.0 1992 10. Tim Barkdoll 24:12.4 1988 11. Claude Barron 24:13.0 1976 Tim Cummins 24:13.0 1976 Bill Kovach 24:13.0 1980 14. Greg Keller 24:13.8 1990 15. Ron Harris 24:14.0 1985 16. John Kress 24:14.9 2007 17. Ron Harris 24:16.0 1984 18. Louis Poore 24:17.7 1985 19. Greg Keller 24:20.0 1990 20. Jeff Leuenberger 24:21.0 1993 Mark Donahue 24:21.0 1980 22. John Lesniak 24:22.0 1986 Steve Gilmore 24:22.0 1972 24. Bruce Frame 24:23.0 1992­ 25. Sean Roskey 24:23.0 1982 Times listed through 2010 as the course was altered in 2011 and again in ‘12

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Top Navy Times at Van Cortlandt Park (N.Y.)

Pl. Name 1. Ron Harris 2. Bill Kovack 3. Greg Keller 4. Claude Barron 5. Steve Gilmore 6. Jonathon Clemens 7. John Mentzer 8. Tim Cummins 9. John Lawlor 10. Mark Donahue 11. Ron Harris Bruce Frame 13. Steve Gilmore 14. Bill Kovack 15. Greg Keller Richard Salazar 17. Bill McCormack 18. Chris Tipton 19. Andrew Hanko 20. Jeff Holyfield 21. Bob Centeno 22. Luis Molina 23. Willie McCool 24. Todd Washbrun 25. Claude Barron

Time Finish 24:09.0 1st 24:31.8 7th 24:33.0 1st 24:38.3 9th 24:41.0 12th 24:42.3 1st 24:46.2 2nd 24:46.5 1st 24:47.5 1st 24:53.0 2nd 24:54.4 3rd 24:54.4 3rd 24:55.0 15th 24:56.4 1st 25:00.0 5th 25:00.0 25:01.9 25:02.2 3rd 25:03.6 10th 25:04.0 6th 25:06.1 25:11.7 25:12.2 25:13.7 9th 25:14.0 16th

Meet Heps 1986 Heps 1981 Heps 1991 IC4As 1976 IC4As 1973 Heps 1996 Heps 1996 Heps 1976 Heps 1966 Heps 1980 Heps 1985 Heps 1992 IC4As 1972 vs. Colgate 1981 Heps 1990 1970 1981 Heps 1989 Iona Invite 2008 Heps 1985 Heps 1981 1992 Heps 1981 Heps 1993 Heps 1976

Navy’s Men’s Cross Country All-Americans Name John Lawlor Ron Harris Greg Keller Jon Clemens

Year 1966 1985 1992 1996

Championship Site Lawrence, Kan. Milwaukee, Wis. Bloomington, Ind. Tucson, Ariz.

Cross Country & Distance All-Americans in Track

Name Year James Dare 1968 1972 Ron Harris 1987 Greg Keller 1992 1993 Todd Washburn 1993 Jon Clemens 1997 John Mentzer 1997 1998 Michael Ryan 1999 Erik Schmidt 2004

Events 3,000-meter steeplechase 3,000-meter steeplechase 3,000-meter and 5,000-meter Mile and Steeplechase Mile and Steeplechase 5,000m (Indoor) 10,000m (Outdoor) 3,000-meter and Steeplechase 5,000m (Indoor) 10,000m (Outdoor) 10,000-meter (Outdoor) Mile Mile

Navy’s Men’s Cross Country at U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials Name Olympic Year James Dare 1968, 1972* Ron Harris 1988, 1992, 1996** Mark Newman 1996, 2000, 2004 Aaron Lanzel 2004 Erik Schmidt 2004 John Mentzer 2008 * qualified as a U.S. Olympic Team alternate ** qualified for the U.S. Olympic Team

Event 3,000m Steeplechase 5,000m Run Marathon 1,500m Run 1,500m Run Marathon


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PATRIOT LEAGUE HISTORY Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Navy Finish 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 2nd T-1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd

Team Champion American American American American American Navy/Army Navy Navy Navy Lehigh

Top Navy Finisher Eric Eckstrand (3rd) Josh McCann (7th) Josh Sink (5th) John Kress (6th) John Olsen (4th) Andrew Hanko (2nd) Andrew Hanko (1st) Andrew Hanko (1st) James Pearson (3rd) John Sweeney (6th)

First-Team All-Patriot League 2003 Eric Eckstrand, Barry Carmody 2004 Josh McCann 2005 Joshn Sink 2006 John Kress 2007 John Olsen, John Kress 2008 Andrew Hanko, Bill Prom 2009 Andrew Hanko, Cody Rome 2010 Andrew Hanko 2011 James Pearson, Ken Bunnell 2012 John Sweeney Second-Team All-Patriot League 2003 Ty Rose, Joshua Sink, Erik Schmidt 2004 Josh Sink, Ty Rose 2005 Ty Rose 2006 John Olsen, Michael Niemi 2007 Andrew Grant, Bill Prom 2008 Matt DeVillers, Jonathan Grant 2009 Chris Horel, Dean Black, Ken Bunnell, Ross Hughes, James Pearson 2010 Ken Bunnell, Kyle Satterwhite, Matt DeVillers, Jeremy Haney, Dean Black 2011 Cody Rome, Kyle Satterwhite, Robert Patterson 2012 Chris Galvin, Robert Patterson Patriot League Coach of the Year 2008 Al Cantello 2009 Al Cantello 2010 Al Cantello 2011 Al Cantello Patriot League Rookie of the Year 2006 Chris Horel 2007 Andrew Hanko 2008 Jeremy Haney 2009 Dean Black 2010 C.J. Elward 2012 Steve Schroeder

Patriot League Academic Honor Roll 2003 Barry Carmody, Eric Eckstrand, Kurt Russell 2004 Maksudul Ali, Barry Carmody, Adam Craig, Michael Niemi, John Olsen, Joe Russo, Joshua Sink 2005 John Kress, Michael Niemi, Ty Rose 2006 Lucas Burke, Adam Craig, John Kress, Michael Niemi, John Olsen, William Prom 2007 Andrew Hanko, John Kress, Ben Kozy, John Olsen 2008 Matthew DeVillers, William Prom 2009 Robert Alvarado, Dean Black, Ricky Griffith, Zachary Mix, Tyler Morrison, James Pearson, Cody Rome, Mike Sheehan 2010 Robert Alvarado, Dean Black, Brian Davenport, Brandon Easler, C.J. Elward, Chris Galvin, Jeremy Haney, Eamon McCarey, Alex Mund, James Pearson, Greg Poser, Cody Rome, Mike Sheehan, Jordan Tropf, Andrew Zellman 2011 Anthony Borrego, Brian Davenport, C.J. Elward, Jacob Fox, Chris Galvin, Jeremy Haney, Eamon McCarey, Cody Rome, Kyle Satterwhite, Mike Sheehan, Jeremy Triplett, Cody Vernon 2012 Drew Anderson, Tony Baldessari, Drew Calcagno, C.J. Elward, Jacob Fox, Chris Galvin, Anthony Malatesta, Tom Moore, Shane O’Donnell, Kyle Satterwhite, John Sweeney, Jeramy Triplett CoSIDA Academic All-America 2004 Eric Eckstrand (third team) 2006 Michael Niemi (second team) 2011 Cody Rome (second team) 2012 Cody Rome (second team)

Willie McCool Monument The Willie McCool Monument on the USNA Cross Country Course memorializes Navy’s 1982 team captain that was one of seven astronauts that perished in Space Shuttle Columbia during re-entry on February 1, 2003. The last audible transmission received from Columbia before the tragedy occurred at 8:59 a.m. that morning - 16 minutes from the shuttle’s scheduled landing at 9:15 a.m. On Navy’s home course during his senior season in 1982, McCool recorded a career-best time of 24:27 - which stands as the 28th-fastest Navy time in course history. The monument is located where he would have been 8:27 into the race during that day - 16 minutes from home. McCool, 41, was a former test pilot in the Navy and served that role for the STS-107 (Space Shuttle Columbia). He received a bachelor of science degreee in applied science from the U.S Naval Academy in 1983, a master of science degree from the University of Maryland in 1985, and a master of science degree in aeronautical engineering from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in 1992. McCool, as a member of the Blue Team, worked with many experiments and was also responsible for maneuvering Columbia as part of several experiments mounted in the shuttle’s payload bay. Selected by NASA in 1996, McCool was making his first spaceflight.

Patriot League Scholar Athlete of the Year 2007 John Kress 2008 Bill Prom 2012 Chris Galvin Academic All-Patriot League Team 2010 Matt DeVillers 2011 James Pearson, Cody Rome 2012 Chris Galvin, John Sweeney

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Year Record Pct. vs. Army Championships Meets Finish Head Coach 1922 2-0 1.000 n/a n/a n/a L.H. Mang 1924 1-2 .333 n/a n/a n/a L.H. Mang 1925 2-1 .667 n/a n/a n/a L.H. Mang 1926 2-2 .500 n/a n/a n/a L.H. Mang 1927 2-1 .667 n/a n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1928 2-2 .500 n/a n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1929 4-0 1.000 n/a n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1930 4-0 1.000 n/a n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1931 2-2 .500 n/a n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1932 3-1 .750 n/a n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1933 3-1 .750 n/a n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1934 1-2 .333 n/a n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1935 1-3 .250 n/a n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1936 4-0 1.000 n/a n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1937 4-2 .667 W, 19-42 n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1938 4-2 .667 L, 23-32 n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1939 3-3 .500 L, 25-30 n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1940 7-0 1.000 W, 24-31 n/a n/a Earl Thompson 1941 2-2 .500 L, 25-30 Heptagonals 5th Earl Thompson 1942 3-1 .750 L, 24-31 Heptagonals 7th Earl Thompson 1943 5-1 .833 W, 22-34 IC4A 1st Earl Thompson 1944 5-0 1.000 W, 26-29 IC4A 2nd Earl Thompson 1945 4-1 .800 L, 19-36 IC4A 2nd Earl Thompson 1946 4-1 .800 W, 20-37 Heptagonals/IC4A 1st/5th Earl Thompson 1947 0-4-1 .100 L, 20-38 Nonagonals 7th Earl Thompson 1948 3-4 .429 L, 15-35 Heptagonals 8th Earl Thompson 1949 1-5 .167 L, 15-50 Heptagonals 8th Earl Thompson 1950 3-3 .500 L, 15-48 Heptagonals 9th Earl Thompson 1951 3-4 .429 L, 15-48 Heptagonals 3rd Earl Thompson 1952 4-6 .400 L, 15-44 Heptagonals 3rd Jim Gehrdes 1953 4-4 .500 L, 20-40 Heptagonals 5th Jim Gehrdes 1954 3-4 .429 L, 22-33 Heptagonals 3rd Jim Gehrdes 1955 4-3 .571 L, 24-31 Heptagonals 5th Jim Gehrdes 1956 2-7 .222 L, 24-33 Heptagonals 4th Jim Gehrdes 1957 6-1 .857 W, 24-32 Heptagonals 2nd Jim Gehrdes 1958 4-3 .571 L, 17-38 Heptagonals 3rd Jim Gehrdes 1959 6-1 .857 W, 25-30 Heptagonals/IC4A 3rd/8th Jim Gehrdes 1960 5-4 .556 L, 21-36 Heptagonals 7th Jim Gehrdes 1961 3-5 .375 L, 22-37 Heptagonals 5th Jim Gehrdes 1962 5-2 .714 W, 23-38 Heptagonals/IC4A 1st/10th Jim Gehrdes 1963 7-2 .778 W, 22-33 Heptagonals 3rd Jim Gehrdes 1964 8-1 .889 W, 17-45 Heptagonals/IC4A 1st/5th Jim Gehrdes 1965 5-5 .500 L, 20-40 Heptagonals/IC4A 2nd/10th Jim Gehrdes 1966 5-2 .714 W, 23-33 Heptagonals/IC4A 1st/9th Jim Gehrdes 1967 5-2-1 .688 W, 21-35 Heptagonals/IC4A 2nd/3rd Jim Gehrdes 1968 3-5 .375 W, 26-29 Heptagonals/IC4A 6th/19th Al Cantello 1969 4-5 .444 W, 19-44 Heptagonals/IC4A 5th/17th Al Cantello 1970 5-5 .500 L, 26-29 Heptagonals/IC4A 4th/13th Al Cantello 1971 6-2 .750 W, 21-40 Heptagonals/IC4A 3rd/8th Al Cantello 1972 5-3 .625 L, 21-34 Heptagonals/IC4A t-1st/4th Al Cantello NCAA 21st 1973 5-2 .714 W, 17-46 Heptagonals/IC4A 2nd/2nd Al Cantello 1974 6-3 .667 W, 20-43 Heptagonals/IC4A 1st/3rd Al Cantello NCAA 15th 1975 7-3 .700 W, 25-36 Heptagonals/IC4A 2nd/7th Al Cantello NCAA 25th 1976 6-5 .545 W, 26-29 Heptagonals/IC4A 5th/7th Al Cantello NCAA 25th

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Captain(s)

James Oberholtzer James Marsh Thomas Trout Raymond Tacke Charles Cooke Jonathan Hurt William Smith Vincent Roper Walter Meukow Richard Winter Richard Winter Robert Kunkle Kenneth MacLeod William Kiggins Stephen Simpson Joel Heine James Howard Forrest Horton Gregory Williams John Lawlor James Dare Stephan Hanvey Michael Frick Vernon Graham Bob Monahan Richard Elliott Steve Gilmore Dale Bateman Steve Giorgis James Kelly


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Year Record Pct. vs. Army 1977 10-1 .909 W, 24-37 1978 5-0 1.000 n/a 1979 8-2 .800 W, 16-47 1980 8-0 1.000 W, 15-50 1981 5-3 .625 W, 15-49 1982 5-0 1.000 W, 15-50 1983 5-1 .833 W, 15-50 1984 8-2 .800 W, 15-50 1985 11-0 1.000 W, 21-36 1986 8-2 .800 W, 26-30 1987 12-1 .923 L, 23-32 1988 8-1 .889 W, 24-32 1989 7-2 .778 W, 20-42 1990 11-1 .917 W, 24-34 1991 8-2 .800 W, 20-41 1992 10-0 1.000 W, 19-37 1993 12-3 .800 L, 24-35 1994 6-7 .462 L, 20-38 1995 10-1-1 .875 W, 23-35/T, 28-28 1996 4-2 .667 L, 21-37 1997 6-1 .857 W, 27-31 1998 5-1 .833 W, 20-41 1999 3-0 1.000 W, 22-41 2000 3-0 1.000 W, 23-36 2001 6-0 1.000 W, 25-30 2002 1-0 1.000 W, 15-46 2003 0-1 .000 L, 30*25 2004 4-0 1.000 W, 25-34 2005 0-1 .000 L, 27-28 2006 1-0 1.000 W, 22-33 2007 1-0 1.000 W, 23-35 2008 0-1 .000 L, 28-27 2009 1-0 1.000 W, 19-41 2010 1-0 1.000 W, 20-41 2011 1-0 1.000 W, 19-37 2012 1-0 1.000 W, 20-43

Navy Coaching History

Championship Meets Finish Head Coach Heptagonals/IC4A 4th/13th Al Cantello Heptagonals/NCAA Reg. 2nd/7th Al Cantello Heptagonals/NCAA Reg. 2nd/8th Al Cantello Heptagonals/NCAA Reg. 2nd/6th Al Cantello Heptagonals/NCAA Reg. 2nd/5th Al Cantello Heptagonals/NCAA Reg. 3rd/7th Al Cantello Heptagonals/ECAC 2nd/1st Al Cantello NCAA Regional 8th Heptagonals/ECAC 2nd/1st Al Cantello NCAA Regional/NCAA 3rd/18th Heptagonals/Colonial 2nd/1st Al Cantello NCAA Regional/NCAA 6th/7th Heptagonals/Colonial 2nd/1st Al Cantello IC4A/NCAA Regional 6th/4th Heptagonals/Colonial 6th/1st Al Cantello NCAA Regional 8th Heptagonals/Colonial 5th/1st Al Cantello NCAA Regional/NCAA 2nd/21st Heptagonals/Colonial 2nd/1st Al Cantello NCAA Regional/NCAA 3rd/21st Heptagonals/Colonial 3rd/2nd Al Cantello NCAA Regional 11th Heptagonals/IC4A 4th/10th Al Cantello Heptagonals 1st Al Cantello NCAA Regional/NCAA 4th/7th Heptagonals/IC4A 5th/13th Al Cantello NCAA Regional 10th Heptagonals/IC4A 7th/14th Al Cantello Heptagonals/IC4A 2nd/8th Al Cantello Heptagonals/IC4A 1st/6th Al Cantello Heptagonals 2nd Al Cantello NCAA Regional/NCAA 2nd/21st Heptagonals/ NCAA Reg. 5th/6th Al Cantello Heptagonals/NCAA Reg. 4th/4th Al Cantello Heptagonals/NCAA Reg. 6th/11th Al Cantello Heptagonals/NCAA Reg. 2nd/8th Al Cantello Heptagonals/NCAA Reg. 4th/5th Al Cantello Patriot League/NCAA Reg. 2nd/6th Al Cantello Patriot League/NCAA Reg. 2nd/10th Al Cantello Patriot League/NCAA Reg. 3rd/11th Al Cantello Patriot League/NCAA Reg. 2nd/9th Al Cantello Patriot League/NCAA Reg. 2nd/5th Al Cantello Patriot League/NCAA Reg. t-1st/10th Al Cantello Patriot League/NCAA Reg. 1st/4th Al Cantello Patriot League/NCAA Reg. 1st/5th Al Cantello Patriot League/NCAA Reg. 1st/5th Al Cantello Patriot League/NCAA Reg. 2nd/6th Al Canello

Name Years Seasons Overall/Pct. vs. Army/Pct. L.H. Mang 4 1922, 1924-26 7-5/.583 0-0/n/a Earl Thompson 25 1927-51 77-45-1/.630 5-10/.333 Jim Gehrdes 16 1952-67 76-52-1/.593 7-9/.438 Al Cantello 45 1968-present 242-69-1/.777 34-9-1/.784 TOTALS 90 1922-present 402-171-3/.701 46-28-1/.620

Titles n/a 1 Heps, 1 IC4A 3 Heps 5 CAA, 4 Heps, 2 ECAC, 4 PL 8 Heps, 5 CAA, 2 ECAC, 1 IC4A, 4 Patriot League

Captain(s) Kevin Walsh Tim MacNeil Mark Donahue Mark Donahue Bill Kovach Willie McCool Mark Patterson

Bill Stone Jim Foley Ron Harris Lance Davidson Robert Packowski Tim Barkdoll Don Brown Greg Keller Luis Molina Jeff Leuenberger Jesse Kemp Jon Clemens Scott Barnacle John Mentzer Michael Ryan Aaron Nichols Justin Mikolay Michael French Aaron Lanzel Eric Eckstrand Barry Carmody Ty Rose Adam Craig John Kress Bill Prom Chris Horel Andrew Hanko James Pearson Kyle Satterwhite

NCAA Championship Team App. n/a n/a n/a 10 (1972, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1997) 10 (1972, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1997)

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS -A-

Abitante, George Adams, Dudley Adams, John Adams, Samuel Aldenderfer, William Ali, Maksudul Anderson, David Anderson, James Ascherfeld, Theodore

-B-

Bailey, Leonard Barkdoll, Timothy Barnacle, Scott Barron, Claude Barry, Richard Barry, Vincent Bateman, Dale Bennett, Thomas Bennette, Donald Bisselle, Robert Black, Dean Blessman, Edward Blouin, Francis Boener, Joseph Bolam, Cecil Bonnette, Jonathan Booker, Ray Bourke, Robert Bowers, Charles Bowling, William Boyum, John Brantigan, Richard Bridgman, Charles Brown, Brady Brown, Donald Brown, Noel Brummer, James Brummit, Gerald Brus, Henry Buckwalter, Earl Bunnell, Ken Burke, Lucas Burns, Christopher Burrill, John Buszta, Kevin

-C-

Carlon, Francis Carmody, Barry Carpenter, Lester Casey, Daniel Centeno, Robert Chavez, Jose Chester, Scott Christensen, Daniel Clancey, Brian Clancy, Albert Clemens, Jonathan Clopeck, John Cochrane, Richard Coe, David Connelly, Thomas Conover, Michael Coogan, Robert Cook, Christopher

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1979 1937-38 1934 1996-99 1955 2004-05 1962 1945 1927 1926 1986, 88-89 1994-96 1973-76 1938 1942, 44 1971-74 1936 1971 1948 2009-11 1930 1932 1984-85 1935-37 1997-99 1971 1959 1960 1950 1939 1964-66 1950 1992-94 1988-90 1961 1944-45 1948 1976 1940-41 2008-11 2006-07 2012 1937 2001-02 1945 2003-04 1926 1999 1979-81 1959 1954-55 2000-02 1977 1938-39 1994-96 1982 1993 1997 1971 1989-90 1942 1992-93

Cook, Jesse Cooke, Charles Cooper, Patrick Costigan, Richard Coyne, Donald Craig, Adam Creamer, John Crumblish, Mark Cuff, Floyd Cummins, Timothy Cvrk, Charles

-D-

Daniels, Peter Dare, James Davidson, Lance Davis, Kyle De Villers, Matthew DellaPelle, Dominic Dempsey, Curran Detrich, Ernest Doherty, James Donahue, Mark Donaldson, Paul Driscoll, Raymond Dunham, George Dunkle, Robert

-E-

Eckert, Richard Eckstrand, Eric Edwards, William Eisele, Donn Elliott, Richard Elward, C.J.

-F-

Fahy, Edward Falgoust, Jean Farrell, John Fisher, Mark Fladeboe, Jan Fleming, Bernard Flores, Francis Foley, James Foote, Aaron Foulsham, Charles Fowler, Charles Foy, Brian Frame, Bruce French, Michael Frick, Michael Froelich, Chad Furer, Albert

-G-

Gaffney, Paul Galluccio, Joseph Galvin, Chris Gamble, Peter Gatto, Ryan Gebel, Matthew Gibson, Scott Gilmore, Mark Gilmore, Steve Ginter, Howard Giorgis, Steve

1926 1950-52 2009­ 1971 1953, 55 2004-05 1941-42 1982-84 1945 1975-76, 78 1972-73 2007 1965-67 1985-87 2012 2008-10 2008-10 1942 1960-62 1973-75 1977-80 1964-65 2002 1968 1958 1950 2001-03 1999 1951 1970, 72 2010, 12 1932-33 1951 1980-82 1974-75 1968-69 1959-60 1989-91 1982-85 2010 1966-67 1947 1982 1991-93 1997, 00-01 1968-69 1994 1934 1966-67 1969-70 2010-12 1981 2000 1978 1929-31 1988-89 1971-73 1962 1972-75

Glaser, Benjamin Gluf, Wayne Goode, William Goodenough, John Graff, Paul Graham, Vernon Grant, Andrew Griffith, Walter Grimsley, Robert Gustin, James

2001-03 1979 1941 1998-99 1956 1968-70 2005-08 1932-33 1944 1936

-H-

Hackett, Donald 1962-63 Hailey, Edgar 1932 Hall, Richard 1944-46 Halpin, Douglas 1980 Hammer, Paul 1946 Haney, Jeremy 2008-11 Hanko, Andrew 2007-10 Hansen, Henry 1929 Hanvey, Stephan 1967-68 Harby, Jack 1936-37 Hardman, Ward 1932 Harkins, Richard 1940 Harper, Norman 1952-54 Harrington, Brian 2000, 02 Harris, Randall 1972 Harris, Ron 1983-86 Hauck, Philip 1933 Haugen, Jon 1980 Hautau, Charles 1976-77 Hayes, Jonathan 1999-00 Heath, Richard 1938-39 Hebda, Zach 2012 Heerde, Frederick 1933 Heine, Joel 1960-62 Highley, Frank 1929 Hilles, Frederick 1929 Hinsman, Donald 1967 Hoffman, Robert 1952 Holyfield, Jeff 1982, 85 Hommel, Robert 1933 Horel, Chris 2006-09 Horton, Forrest 1962-64 Houley, William 1958 Houten, Daniel 1960 Howard, James 1961-63 Howe, John 1948 Hubbard, Stephen 1971, 73-74 Hudson, Lewis 1929-30 Hughes, Ross 2009 Hume, John 1970 Hunter, Dewitt 1944 Hurt, Jonathan 1951-53 Hutchinson, George 1932-34 Hyde, John 1932

-I-

Ikard, Keith

-J-

Jackson, Guy Johnson, Kevin Johnston, Richard Jones, Lawrence Jones, Allan

1991 1984-86 1979 1941 1974-75 1966

-K-

Kauffman, Carl Keefer, Thomas Keller, Greg Kellogg, Robert Kelley, Ryan Kelly, James Kemp, Jesse Kennedy, Colin Kenney, Paul Khoury, Eli Kiggins, William Kimble, Kenneth Kirk, Bradley Knode, Ronald Kohrs, Michael Koons, James Kovach, William Kozy, Ben Kramer, James Kramer, Jeffrey Kramer, Richard Kress, John Kunkle, Robert Kurz, Kenneth

1965 1993 1989-92 1986 2012 1973-76 1992-94 2000 1969 1977 1959-60 1969 1986 1966-67 1980, 82 1963-65 1979-81 2006-07 1971-73 1971-73 1977, 79 2005-07 1957-59 1996, 98

-L-

Lakis, Nicholas 1969-71 Langen, Thomas 1931 Lanzel, Aaron 2000-02 Lapham, David 1961 Laverghetta, Thomas 1989 Lawlor, John 1964-66 Ledford, Christopher 1995 Leehey, Patrick 1941 Lesniak, John 1983-84, 86 Leuenberger, Jeffrey 1991-93 Lewellen, Robert 1942 Leyndyke, Matt 2007-08 Limbert, Timothy 1997 Lippert, Frederick 1954-55 Loman, Michael 1977, 79 Long, William 1968-70 Lowman, Bruce 1972 Lundblad, Peter 1989, 91

-M-

Mackenzie, Colin MacLeod, Kenneth MacNeil, Timothy Mahon, Brendan Marsh, James Martin, Ramon Martin, Richard Mason, John Massie, Thomas Matta, Jason McCann, Joshua McCarter, James McCool, Willie McCormack, William McCoy, James McGillick, Brian McKeon, Simon Mclean, Bradley McNamara, John Mentzer, John

1933 1958-59 1976-78 1995-97 1949 1991 1967-68 1936-37 1926 2007 2002, 04 1986 1980-82 1980-81 1955 2000 1995-96 1989 1998 1995-97


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Merrall, Alex Messer, Robert Meukow, Walter Mikolay, Justin Mitchell, Gary Mobley, Jerry Molina, Luis Monaghan, Thomas Monahan, Robert Moore, Jared Moore, Richard Morris, Benjamin Morton, Robert Myers, Andrew

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Naughton, Daniel Nelson, Wallace Newman, Mark Nibblelink, Kevin Nichols, Aaron Nichols, Frank Niemi, Michael

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Oberholtzer, David Oberholtzer, James O’Flaherty, Sean O’Grady, John Oldfield, James Olmstead, Rudyard Olsen, John Orr, William

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Packowski, Robert Palm, John Palmer, Leslie Parbel, Peter Pass, Christopher Patterson, Mark Patterson, Robert Paul, Andrew

2011 1990 1954-56 1999-00 1973-75 1973-75 1990-92 1956-57 1969-71 1999 1965-66 2000-02 1935 1987

2004 1933 1981, 83 1982, 84-85 1997-99 1927 2004-06 1969 1946-49 1987 1949 1937-38 2002 2004, 06-07 1969 1986-88 1940 1957 1996-98 1988 1981-83 2011-12 1983

Paul, Christopher Paul, Philip Pearson, James Peterson, A. Atley Phillips, Charles Pickens, Jackson Piganelli, Joseph Poore, L­ouis Porter, Michael Prom, Bill

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Quinn, Patrick

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Raab, Frank Rea, Michael Richards, Robert Richardson, Gill Rick, Matthew Ricketts, Max Roach, Francis Roak, James Rodriguez, Bert Rome, Cody Roper, Vincent Rose, Ty Roskey, Sean Rouse, Leon Runge, Richard Russell, Kurt Russo, Joseph Ruth, Richard Ryan, Michael Rynning, Sean

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Salazar, Richard Satterwhite, Kyle Schmidt, Erik Schreiber, James Schroeder, Steve Scofield, Jeffrey

1978-81 1969-70 2009-11 1937 1929 1945-46 2003, 05 1983-86 1978-80 2006-08 2007 1947, 49 1999-00 1941 1926 1991 1961-62 1952 1940 2000 2009-11 1954 2002-05 1980-83 1928-29 1999 2003 2004 1954 1997-98 2012

1973-75 2009-12 2000-01, 03 1986 2012 1991-92

Scott, Alan Scrima, Glenn Sermier, Robert Sharp, John Shelley, Alexander Shetenhelm, Philip Simmons, William Simpson, Stephen Sink, Joshua Sisson, Jonathan Skillman, John Sleight, Robert Smith, Bradley Smith, Conrad Smith, Douglas Smith, Frederic Smith, Henry Smith, James Smith, William Smusyn, Nicholas Starkey, Robert Stevenson, James Stone, William Stratton, Michael Strauss, Arthur Stromback, Philip Suggs, Joseph Sweeney, John

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Tacke, Raymond Tamblyn, Joseph Tate, William Tatro, Peter Taveras, Davidson Taylor, Jonathan Tedeschi, Anthony Tenne, Timothy Terry, William Thomas, Raymond Thompson, Wells Tipton, Christopher Tompkins, Scott

1980 1988, 90 1962-64 1946 1994-95 1934 1941 1960-61 2003-05 1946 2011 1934 1956-58 1979 1974-76 1948 1944 1938 1953-54 1944-46 1962-63 1977-78 1982-84 1984-85 1946 1930 1977, 79 2012 1950-51 1987 1962 1976-78 2004 1990-91 1929 1989 1977 1964 1928 1987, 89 1995-96

Triebes, Carl Trout, Thomas Turner, Matthew Turner, Thomas

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1957 1948, 50 1989 1939-41

Urquhart, John

1927

VanMetre, Robert Vogeley, Theodore

1960 1932

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Waggoner, Steven Walker, Theodore Wallace, David Walsh, Kevin Walters, Michael Ward, James Washburn, Todd Weber, Gerald Wegner, Lynn Wesson, Robert Weymouth, Ralph Whatley, James White, Harry Whitsett, Jeffrey Wilhelm, John Williams, Greg Windheim, John Winter, Richard Woodruff, Dwight Woolley, Herbert Wright, William

-Y-

Young, Frank Young, Howard

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Zauel, Mark ­

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Midshipmen Memorial NAVAL ACADEMY CROSS COUNTRY COURSE IN MEMORY OF MIDSHIPMEN ROBERT PACKOWSKI DONALD LACKEY WILLIAM DONOVAN ANDREW MYERS AUGUST 1989 “THEY RAN AND COMPETED ON THESE CHALLENGING HILLS AND WINDING TRAILS AND THEIR PERSEVERANCE AND DILIGENCE NEVER WANED - THEIR LIVES EXEMPLIFIED THE COMPETITIVENESS OF GENERATIONS OF MIDSHIPMEN. MAY THIS COURSE CONTINUE TO SERVE THE ENDURING NAVAL ACADEMY SPIRIT WHICH IT REPRESENTS.” NAVAL ACADEMY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The memorial is dedicated to the lives of the four Midshipmen listed on the plaque, who were killed in a car accident on August 13, 1989, on their way to Captain’s Practice in Pennsylvania.

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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 24 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, Boston University, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. Boston University and Loyola University join the Patriot League beginning with the 2013-14 season. 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 also had 80 percent of its teams posting an APR score of 985 or higher in the most recent data, and 71 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. 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 2012-13 academic year, Patriot League student-athletes and teams accomplished the following:

Stephen Cooksey earned Patriot League Coach of the Year honors following Navy’s title at the Men’s Indoor Track & Field Championships.

I The Patriot League ranked second among all conferences in multi-year APR rating, and led all leagues in men’s basketball and baseball APR. I 71 Patriot League teams, and 74 from full-member institutions, received NCAA Public Recognition Awards for finishing in the top-10 percent of their sport in APR data. I Lehigh repeated as the top men’s program in the Presidents’ Cup standings, while Navy once again led the way on the women’s side. I Bucknell’s Leonard Joseph and Navy’s Zack Duncavage each earned Second-Team All-America honors at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. I Navy’s Annie-Norah Beveridge and American’s Mark Allen ran at the NCAA Cross Country Championships. I Navy’s Jasmine DePompeo was up for the Tewaaraton award in women’s lacrosse, and became the first Patriot Leaguer since 1997 to be named an All-American by the IWLCA. I Navy became the first Patriot League team to win an NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Tournament game when it beat Monmouth in the first round on May 10. I Six Patriot League student-athletes were awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships: Navy’s Chris Galvin (Track and Field), Laura Gorinski (Swimming and Diving), Brigid Byrne (Track and Field) and Jasmine DePompeo (Women’s Lacrosse); Fordham’s Patrick Murray (Football) and Bucknell’s Christian Treat (Swimming and Diving). I Army’s Brendan Buckley and Navy’s Brigid Byrne were named the Patriot League Male and Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year winners, respectively. I 14 student-athletes from Patriot League sports earned Capital One Academic All-America recognition, including first-team selections for Navy’s Jasmine DePompeo (Women’s At-Large), Brigid Byrne (Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country) and Chris Galvin (Men’s Track and Field/Cross Country); Colgate’s Chris Looney (Football) and Army’s Brendan Buckley (Men’s At-Large). I Navy’s Laura Gorinski (Women’s Swimming) and Army’s Ariana Mankus (Volleyball) were the Patriot League nominees for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.

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2012-13 PATRIOT LEAGUE HONORS

Brigid Byrne was named Patriot League Women’s Overall Scholar-Athlete of the Year in addition to the ScholarAthlete of the Year for both women’s cross country and women’s outdoor track & field.

Team Titles (10) Women’s Cross Country Women’s Soccer (regular season) Men’s Swimming & Diving Women’s Swimming & Diving Men’s Indoor Track & Field Women’s Basketball (co-regular season & tournament) Women’s Lacrosse (regular season & tournament) Women’s Rowing Coach of the Year (5) Karen Boyle, Women’s Cross Country Carin Gabarra, Women’s Soccer Stephen Cooksey, Men’s Indoor Track & Field Cindy Timchal, Women’s Lacrosse Mike Hughes, Women’s Rowing ATHLETE of the Year (13) Annie-Norah Beveridge, Women’s Cross Country Elizabeth Hoerner, Women’s Soccer (goalkeeper) Jade Seabrook, Women’s Soccer (defense) Justin Vagts, Men’s Swimming Laura Gorinski, Women’s Swimming Weston Kennedy, Men’s Indoor Track & Field (track) Zack Duncavage, Men’s Indoor Track & Field (field) Emani Decquir, Women’s Tennis Jasmine DePompeo, Women’s Lacrosse (offense) Annie Foky, Women’s Lacrosse (defense) Chris House, Men’s Golf Maressa Guynn, Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (field) Women’s Varsity Eight, Women’s Rowing

Jasmine DePompeo was named the Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Year for third time and was the Tournament MVP for the second time.

en’s basketball won the 2013 Patriot League Tournament title, e third-consecutive postseason championship for the program.

Chris Galvin, the Class of 2013 valedictorian, was a three-sport Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2012-13.

Rookie of the Year (6) Alex Karika, Volleyball Derek Vogel, Men’s Soccer Steve Schroeder, Men’s Cross Country Tom Duvall, Men’s Swimming Austin Batiste, Men’s Indoor Track & Field Jay Stell, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Scholar-Athlete of the Year (9) Brigid Byrne, Women’s Cross Country and Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Chris Galvin, Men’s Cross Country, Men’s Indoor Track & Field and Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Elizabeth Hoerner, Women’s Soccer Laura Gorinski, Women’s Swimming Chris House, Men’s Golf Jacqueline Penichet, Women’s Rowing Tournament Most Valuable Player (2) Alix Membreno, Women’s Basketball Jasmine DePompeo, Women’s Lacrosse

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