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2012 Men’s Lacrosse Guide


2011-12 NCAC DIRECTORY President...................................... Thomas V. Chema, President Hiram College Vice President.............................Dr. Patrick E. White, President Wabash College

Web Site.......................................................www.northcoast.org Affiliation...........................................................NCAA Division III Founded.............................................................. February, 1983

Executive Director.............................. Keri Alexander Luchowski

Championship Sports.............................23 (11 men, 12 women)

Assistant Executive Director....................................Bret Billhardt

Intercollegiate Officiating Association.................... 440/871-8100

Assistant To The Executive Director...........................Dan Rolinc

Baseball................................................................ Rich Fetchiet

Legal Counsel........................................................Dennis Butler

Basketball (Men).............................................................. Bill Ek

Accountant.....................................................................Jom Loy

Basketball (Women)..................................................Diane Plas

Mailing Address................................................. P. O. Box 16679 Cleveland, Ohio 44116

Cross Country/Track.................................................. Marv Frye

Street Address.................815 Crocker Road, Building B, Suite 5 Westlake, Ohio 44145

Field Hockey/Lacrosse (Women)...........................Candis Parry Football......................................................................Andy Pfaff

Phone.................................................................... 440/871-8100

Softball.................................................................. John DeLuca

Fax........................................................................ 440/871-4221

Tennis................................................................. Don Hunsinger

E-Mail........................................................ ncac@northcoast.org

Volleyball...................................................................Diane Plas

2011-12 NCAC Presidents’ Council PRESIDENT JAMES H. MULLEN, JR. Allegheny College

PRESIDENT MARK ERICKSON Wittenberg University

PRESIDENT DALE T. KNOBEL Denison University

PRESIDENT GRANT H. CORNWELL The College of Wooster

PRESIDENT BRIAN W. CASEY DePauw University

JEFF ANKROM Wittenberg University Co-Chair, Faculty Representatives

PRESIDENT THOMAS V. CHEMA Hiram College PRESIDENT S. GEORGIA NUGENT Kenyon College PRESIDENT MARVIN KRISLOV Oberlin College PRESIDENT ROCKWELL“ROCK” JONES Ohio Wesleyan University PRESIDENT PATRICK WHITE Wabash College

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ROGER INGLES Ohio Wesleyan University Co-Chair, Athletic Directors SONYA McKAY Denison University Co-Chair, Faculty Representatives AMY WILLIAMS Kenyon College Co-Chair, Athletic Directors KERI ALEXANDER LUCHOWSKI Executive Director

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ALLEGHENY COLLEGE * DENISON UNIVERSITY * DEPAUW UNIVERSITY * HIRAM COLLEGE * KENYON COLLEGE OBERLIN COLLEGE * OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY * WABASH COLLEGE * WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY * COLLEGE OF WOOSTER

Founded in 1983, the North Coast Athletic Conference is dedicated to fostering a complementary relationship between intercollegiate athletics and the pursuit of academic excellence. Consisting of 10 academically selective colleges and universities in Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania — Allegheny College, Denison University, DePauw University, Hiram College, Kenyon College, Oberlin College, Ohio Wesleyan University, Wabash College, Wittenberg University, The College of Wooster, along with affiliate member Earlham College — the NCAC believes that high-level athletic programs need not be sacrificed in order to meet rigid academic standards. Significantly, all 10 NCAC institutions have been granted chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, the preeminent honor society for colleges and universities. Only 280 of the more than 3,000 four-year institutions in the United States have been so honored. A member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division III, the NCAC features championship competition in 23 sports — 11 for men and 12 for women. The 12 women's sports are among the most offered by any Division III conference, and the equality in number and emphasis between men’s and women’s athletics is just one of the elements that sets the North Coast apart. The goals of the conference express the best aspirations of American Andy Manson, DePauw amateur athletics. The NCAC brings together

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a group of institutions which share a common allegiance to academic quality and to the conduct of athletics so as to support the educational purpose. Intercollegiate athletics can and should complement academic life, rather than compete with it, and sports should enhance the experience of students during their college years. This type of academic and athletic commitment has been led by the nine school presidents, who have taken an active role in Sarah Vorder Bruegge, Allegheny the governance of the conference. Forty-eight teams from all 23 North Coast sports and all nine members competed in the NCAA post-season during the 2010-11 academic year. The NCAC added another NCAA Division III swimming championships as Denison claimed the men’s title. Conference members have accumulated 64 national championships since the league was formed in February of 1983. In the past academic year, 207 All-America or Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America certificates were distributed to student-athletes from North Coast schools. The NCAC's commitment to equity, its broad base of athletic programs, and an unwavering insistence on excellence in academics has served as a model for conferences throughout the country. The North Coast has shown not only that these ideals can coexist, but that they can flourish. The NCAC continues as a pace-setter in the 21st century.

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ALLEGHENY COLLEGE * DENISON UNIVERSITY * DEPAUW UNIVERSITY * HIRAM COLLEGE * KENYON COLLEGE OBERLIN COLLEGE * OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY * WABASH COLLEGE * WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY * COLLEGE OF WOOSTER

DENISON VOTED PRESEASON FAVORITE FOR 28TH NORTH COAST MEN'S LACROSSE SEASON CLEVELAND -- North Coast Athletic Conference coaches tabbed Denison as the preseason favorite in balloting in the annual preseason coaches’ poll. The Big Red, who posted a 4-1 league mark and an 11-4 overall record last spring including a share of the NCAC championship, earned five of six available first-place votes from league coaches to total 35 points. Ohio Wesleyan, which finished 2011 in a three-way tie for first-place, is predicted to finish second this season after collecting the final first-place vote and 31 points. Wittenberg, the third member of the first-place trio, and Kenyon tied for third after totaling 18 points each. Wooster (16) and Oberlin (8) round out the preseason poll at fifth and sixth, respectively. The Denison offense will rely on a bevy of youth after losing its top four goal-scorers to graduation with 19 newcomers and 27 returning letterwinners. On defense, senior preseason All-American Nick Farrell (New York, NY/Millbrook School) returns after scooping up 29 ground balls while starting all 15 games last season. Senior Cory Couture (Coronado, CA/ Coronado) returns after a 2011 campaign that featured 14 goals, 11 assists and 16 ground balls, earning him honorable mention All-NCAC honors. Junior goalie Nick Petracca (Manhasset, NY/Loomis Chaffee) is coming off of a season where he earned the starting spot in goal early on in the campaign, and was named second-team All-NCAC after posting 92 saves and finishing with a 5.95 goals against average, which ranked in the top-five nationally. Denison head coach Mike Caravanna is in his fourth season of his second tenure at the helm of the Big Red program. In 18 total years as head coach of the Big Red, he holds a career record of 180-76 to go along with seven NCAC titles and 11 trips to the national tournament. In 1999 and 2001 Denison advanced to the semifinal round of the NCAA Tournament. Ohio Wesleyan leads all North Coast teams with 18 championships in 27 years. Denison follows with 12, Wittenberg has two while Wooster and Kenyon each can boast one championship. The NCAC has had tri-champs three times, first in 2000 when the Big Red, Bishops and Lords shared the title, then in 2004, when Denison, OWU and Wooster each had a piece of the crown, only to have it happen again last year when Denison, Wittenberg and Ohio Wesleyan shared the top spot. The conference also saw Ohio Wesleyan and Wittenberg share the conference crown two seasons ago.

2012 NCAC Preseason Men's Lacrosse Poll First-place votes in parentheses, followed by total points: 1. Denison (5)....................................................... 35 2. Ohio Wesleyan (1)............................................ 31 3. Kenyon............................................................. 18 Wittenberg.........................................................18 5. Wooster ........................................................... 16 6. Oberlin ............................................................... 8

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DENISON UNIVERSITY 2012 Schedule No. 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 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 47 50

Name Yr. Corey Daff Jr. Matt Verklin Sr. Gregg Shannon Sr. Austin Campbell So. Michael Anastos Fr. Eddie Vita So. Mike Soumekh So. Chip Phillips So. Rich Varos So. Bart Farinholt Jr. Nick Petracca Jr. Clint Barber Fr. Jake Vita Sr. Connor Carroll So. Zach Walsh Sr. Matt Ekroth Jr. Nick Farrell Sr. Nick Verklin Jr. Alex Bookout Fr. Tyler King Jr. Chapin Speidel So. Davis Lukens Sr. Nate Ardente Jr. Max Burge Fr. Nick Caravana Fr. Evan Chaberski Fr. Mark Stanton Sr. Cory Couture Sr. Ben Colberg Fr. Teddy Powell Fr. Alex Hardt Sr. Chris Kozlowski Sr. Matt King Fr. Corey Morse Fr. Charlie Houk Fr. Spencer Riehl Jr. Ben Hearn Fr. Drew Stormo Fr. Tommy Harrison So. Drew Newman Fr. Will Koontz Fr. Matt Neeson Fr. Reed Mandel Fr. Tucker Sanders-Lyle Fr. Madden Titus Sr. Kyle Vesper Fr.

Hometown S. Hamilton, MA Annapolis, MD Lindenhurst, NY Berwyn, PA Concord, MA Corando, CA La Jolla, CA Alexandria, VA Chagrin Falls, OH Richmond, VA Manhasset, NY Lower Gwynedd, PA Coronado, CA Cincinnati, OH Mountain Lakes, NJ Glen Ridge, NJ New York, NY Annapolis, MD Coronado, CA Warrenton, VA Charlottesville, VA Marietta, GA Providence, RI Louisville, KY Granville, OH Nashville, TN Hamilton, NJ Coronado, CA Charlottesville, VA Jacksonville, FL Dallas, TX Wilton, CT Glen Rock, NJ Columbus, OH Columbus, OH Reisterstown, MD Baltimore, MD Highlands Ranch, CO Westford, MA Pittsburgh, PA Cranberry Twp., PA Devon, PA Orono, MN St. Louis, MO St. Charles, IL Columbus, OH

Returning Stat Leaders Goals 18, Davis Lukens Assists 11, Cory Couture Points 27, David Lukens Ground Balls 42, Tommy Harrison Faceoffs Won 74, Chip Phillips

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February 18 MT. ST. JOSEPH 26 at Washington and Lee March 2 10 14 18 24 31

ALBION vs. Haveford vs. St. Mary’s (MD) (at Collegiate School) vs. CENTRE (at St. Anne’s School) at Wooster^ OHIO WESLEYAN^

April 3 7 14 21 24 28

OBERLIN^ at Stevenson at Wittenberg^ KENYON^ OTTERBEIN ST. VINCENT

2:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:30 PM 3:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 3:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:30 PM 2:00 PM

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Quick Facts

Location............................................. Granville, Ohio Founded............................................................ 1831 Nickname..................................................... Big Red Colors....................................................Red & White Enrollment...................................................... 2,1000 President...................................... Dr. Dale T. Knobel Assoc. Athletic Director.......... Nan Carney-DeBord Office phone.................................... (740) 587-6428 Head Coach.......................................Mike Caravana Office phone..................................... (740) 587-6590 SID...........................................................Craig Hicks Email.........................................hicksc@denison.edu Office phone.................................... (740) 587-6546 Fax.................................................... (740) 587-6362 Head Trainer............................................ Brian Hortz Office phone.................................... (470) 587-6441

Head Coach Mike Caravana Alma Mater................................................... Virginia, 1983 Overall Record........................................................ 180-76 Record at DEN.......................................180-76 (18 years) 2011 Overall Record................................................... 11-4 2011 NCAC Record....................................................... 4-1

Goals Against 63, Nick Petracca Goals Against Average 5.95. Nick Petracca Saves 90, Nick Petracca

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KENYON COLLEGE No. 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 38 39 40 42 43 44 45 50

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Name Zach Arlia Fletcher Franklin Austin Anusbigian Justin Sheehan Will Lowe Patrick Kim Dan Sproull Ben Hayden Andrew Doten Caleb Florence Tyler Sweeney Jack Fraser Max Olson Brendan Casey Nick Massa Nick Alimam Alex Urist Chris King Fritz Waine Andrew Kissner Rei Mitsuyama Geoff Akie Mackie Avis Mike Broida Henry Upton Sam Taylor Rob Wennemer Jack Vallis Tyler Furste Ryan Baker Josh Jacobs Victor Progar Chris Pappalardo Colin McMahon Dan Muller Jamie Morrison Ben Grindle-deGraaf Bennett Johnson Ross Mauck Robert Yee Justin Coleman

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

Hometown Plymouth, MA Katonah, NY Birmingham, MI Scarborough, ME Charlotte, NC Worthington, OH Westfield, NJ Salem, MA Western Springs, IL DeCatur, GA Millburn, NJ Westfield, NJ Bainbridge Island, WA Chevy Chase, MD Burlingame, CA San Rafael, CA Tully, NY Hilliard, OH Riverside, CT Merion, PA Natick, MA Sherborn, MA Grand Rapids, MI Cleveland, OH Ann Arbor, MI Severna Park, MD Sewickley, PA Ridgefield, CT Columbus, OH Westfield, NJ Pittsburgh, PA Brighton, MI Chevy Chase, MD Ann Arbor, MI Summit, NJ Oakville, Ontario Upper Arlington, OH Eden Prairie, MN Worthington, OH Portland, OR Saunderstown, RI

Returning Stat Leaders Goals 19, Will Lowe Assists 18, Will Lowe Points 37, Will Lowe Ground Balls 59, Chris Pappalardo Faceoffs Won 104, Chris Pappalardo Goals Against 140, Austin Anusbigian Goals Against Average 10.19, Austin Anusbigian Saves 137, Austin Anusbigian

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2012 Schedule February 18 at McDaniel 1:00 PM 25 at Washington & Jefferson 1:00 PM March 4 8 10 17 24 31

at University of the South 1:00 PM vs. Roanoke (at Orlando) 1:00 PM vs. Berry (at Orlando) 1:00 PM HENDRIX 1:00 PM at St. Vincent 1:00 PM WITTINBERG^ 1:00 PM

April 4 11 14 21 25 28

OTTERBEIN 4:00 PM ADRIAN 4:00 PM OHIO WESLEYAN^ 1:00 PM at Denison^ 1:00 PM at Oberlin^ 7:30 PM WOOSTER^ 1:00 PM

^ - NCAC Game Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

Quick Facts Location..............................................Gambier, Ohio Founded............................................................ 1824 Nickname.......................................... Lords & Ladies Colors................................................ Purple & White Enrollment........................................................ 1,600 President................................Dr. S. Georgia Nugent Athletic Director.................................... Peter Smith Office phone.....................................(740) 427-5811 Head Coach...........................................Doug Misarti Office phone..................................... (740) 427-5261 SID.......................................................... Marty Fuller Email......................................... fullerm@kenyon.edu Office phone.................................... (740) 427-5471 Fax.................................................... (740) 427-5401 Head Trainer....................................... Andy Wheeler Office phone.................................... (740) 427-5553

Head Coach Doug Misarti Alma Mater..............................................Drew, 1999 Overall Record.................................................29-27 Record at KEN............................ 29-27 (Four years) 2011 Overall Record............................................5-9 2011 NCAC Record..............................................1-4

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OBERLIN COLLEGE 2012 Roster No. 1 2 3 4 6 8 9 14 15 16 17 18 21 23

Name Herminio A. Martinez Ted Pallis Connor Jackson Dylan Holmes Eli Clark-Davis Mickey Fiorillo Paul Paschke Noel Myers Daniel Fineman James Kriz Matthew Fineman Thomas Cool Kirby Livingston Matthew Rogers Erickson Andrews Nathan Duletzke Eli Fisher Sean Higgins Cooper Levitan Chris Moser Brian Schupack Sean Seaman Patrick Silva Gregory Stevens

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

Hometown New York, NY Oakland, CA Berkeley, CA Seattle, WA Madison, WI East Lyme, CT Wildwood, MO Chapel Hill, NC Piedmont, CA Annapolis, MD Piedmont, CA Beaverton, OR Brookline, MA Indialantic, FL Oberlin, OH Lake Oswego, OR West Hartford, CT Media, PA Palo Alto, CA McLean, VA Mendham, NJ Grosse Pointe Woods, MI Washington, VA Bow, NH

February 25 at Aurora 29 at Thiel

2012 Schedule 1:30 PM 4:00 PM

March 8 at Adrian 14 ALBION 21 OHIO WESLEYAN^ 28 at Alvernia 31 at Kings

7:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM

April 3 at Denison^ 7 WITTENBERG^ 11 at Wooster^ 14 at Alma 17 BETHANY 21 at La Roche 25 KENYON^

7:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:30 PM 2:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:30 PM

May 2 ST. VINCENT 5 at Otterbein

4:30 PM 1:00 PM

^ - NCAC Game Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

Quick Facts

Returning Stat Leaders Goals 24, Connor Jackson Assists 22, Connor Jackson Points 46, Connor Jackson Ground Balls 56, Paul Paschke Faceoffs Won 13, Eli Clark-Davis Goals Against 28, Thomas Cool Goals Against Average 9.33, Thomas Cool Saves 25, Thomas Cool

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Location................................................Oberlin, Ohio Founded............................................................ 1833 Nickname............................... Yeomen & Yeowomen Colors...............................................Crimson & Gold Enrollment........................................................ 2,900 President............................................ Marvin Krislov Athletic Director...................................William Roth Office phone.................................... (440) 775-6401 Head Coach.................................. Topher Grossman Office phone..................................... (440) 775-5171 SID........................................................ Mike Mancini Email................................mike.mancini@oberlin.edu Office phone.................................... (440) 775-8503 Fax.................................................... (440) 775-8957 Head Trainer............................................ Tim Carver Office phone.................................... (440) 775-8589

Head Coach Topher Grossman Alma Mater......................Connecticut College, 2005 Overall Record.....................................................7-9 Record at OBE...................................7-9 (One year) 2011 Overall Record............................................7-9 2011 NCAC Record..............................................0-5

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OHIO WESLEYAN UNIV. 2012 Roster

No. Name 1 Scotty Rosenthal 2 Colin Short 3 James Borda 6 Nick Striler 7 Edwin Foster 8 David Walter 10 Kenny McDowell 11 Christian Connolly 12 John Umbach 14 Tommy Minkler 15 Calvin Brown 16 Pat Bassett 17 Stephen Coyne 18 A.J. Pellis 21 Sam Gioseffi 22 Casey Helms 23 Jonathan Duncan 24 Will DeLorey 26 Chris Schwanz 28 Jesse Lawrence 29 Stephen Ford 30 Ryan McMahon 31 Taylor McGinnis 32 Chris Ostrowski 33 Steve Barnett 37 Tim Carney 38 Nathan Barnett 39 Erik Pramschufer 41 K.C. Callahan 42 Drew Scharf 43 Garrett Van Schaick 44 Spencer Schnell 45 Matthew Sommi 47 Matt Sapp 50 Kevin McCarley

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

Hometown Boylston, MA Jamesville, NY Yardley, PA St. Louis, MO Medfield, MA Glen Ridge, NJ Atlanta, GA Duxbury, MA Montclair, NJ Oakton, VA Hingham, MA Naperville, IL Huntington, NY Edmonton, Alberta Harrison, NY Sandwich, MA Chesterfield, MO Norwell, MA Glenview, IL McLean, VA Worthington, OH Springfield, VA Kenilworth, IL Pittston, PA Columbus, OH Berkeley Hts., NJ Columbus, OH Pleasantville, NY University Hts., OH Redding, CT Grayslake, IL Dublin, OH Knoxville, TN Lake Bluff, IL Columbus, OH

Returning Stat Leaders Goals 24, Colin Short Assists 21, Shaun Crow Points 42, Colin Short Ground Balls 71, Jesse Lawrence Faceoffs Won 145, Jesse Lawrence Goals Against 86, Stephen Ford Goals Against Average 6.36, Stephen Ford Saves 114, Stephen Ford

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2012 Schedule

February 25 CONCORDIA

12:00 PM

March 3 W&J 7 ST. JOHN FISHER 10 vs. Salisbury (at Severn School) 14 at Wesley 17 AURORA 21 at Oberlin^ 24 at Mount St. Joseph 31 at Denison^

1:00 PM 4:00 PM 3:00 PM TBA 1:00 PM 4:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM

April 6 WOOSTER^ 11 at Otterbein 14 at Kenyon^ 18 at St. Vincent 25 WITTENBERG^

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:30 PM 7:00 PM

May 5 STEVENSON

4:00 PM

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Quick Facts Location............................................ Delaware, Ohio Founded............................................................ 1842 Nickname........................................ Battling Bishops Colors.................................................... Red & Black Enrollment........................................................ 1,945 President...........................................Dr. Rock Jones Athletic Director...................................Roger Ingles Office phone.................................... (740) 368-3738 Head Coach........................................ Mike Plantholt Office phone..................................... (740) 368-3730 SID................................................ Mark Beckenbach Email......................................... mlbecken@owu.edu Office phone.................................... (740) 368-3340 Fax.................................................... (740) 368-3332 Head Trainer.............................................Todd Miller Office phone.................................... (740) 368-3747

Head Coach Mike Plantholt Alma Mater........................................Gettysburg, 2001 Overall Record...................................................... 10-4 Record at OWU...................................10-4 (One year) 2011 Overall Record............................................. 10-4 2011 NCAC Record................................................. 4-1

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WITTENBERG UNIVERSITY 2012 Roster No. Name 1 Jordan Shoger 2 Andrew Morrison 3 Domenic Luckino 4 Riley Boehm 5 Jack Bornhofen 6 Matt Hugdahl 7 Jesse Langer 8 Jacob Gilbert 9 Jimmy Luckino 10 Charles Harreys 11 Elliot Avis 12 Alex Previte 14 Tyler Hall 15 Nick Bergenty 16 Martin Park 17 Brandon Keiser 18 Spencer Baker 19 William Emery 20 Ian Hammeran 21 Michael Cocking 22 Jay Dolan 23 Lynn Crum 24 George Gion 27 Brett Wilson 28 Sean Kelleher 29 DJ Carruthers 31 Brandon Moranz 32 Greg Gernetzke 33 Charles Minehart 34 Hunter Bastian 35 Michael Rea 40 Lewis Thompson 42 Chase Beach 43 Ryan Spitzer 44 Jim Ferris 45 John Haeling

Yr. SO FR FR FR SO FR FR SO SR SR SR JR JR FR SO FR SR SR FR SR FR SR SR FR FR FR FR FR FR SO FR FR FR FR SR FR

Hometown Cleveland Hts., OH Columbus, OH Columbus, OH Eden Prairie, MN Peachtree City, GA Eden Prairie, MN New York, NY Dublin, OH Columbus, OH Essex, CT Grand Rapids, MI Dublin, OH Evanston, IL Bridgewater, NJ Tacoma, WA Reistertown, MD Worthington, OH Columbus, OH Mason, OH St. Louis, MO Andover, MA Wooster, OH Northfield, IL Lenexa, KS Lake Forest, IL Medford, NJ Chandler, AZ Columbus, OH Ft. Washington, PA Knoxville, TN Longmont, CO Sandy Hook, CT Cincinnati, OH Lincolnshire, IL Grand Rapids, MI Briarcliff, NY

Returning Stat Leaders Goals 22, Alex Previte Assists 11, Alex Previte Points 33, Alex Previte Ground Balls 52, Elliot Avis Faceoffs Won 155, Elliot Avis Goals Against 2, Spencer Baker Goals Against Average 2.67, Spencer Baker Saves 3, Michael Baker

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2012 Schedule February 25 vs. Sewanee

1:00 PM

March 3 at Concordia 7 vs. DeSales 10 vs. Susquehanna 17 at St. Vincent 21 W&J 24 ADRIAN 31 at Kenyon^

1:00 PM 6:30 PM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM

April 4 at Mount St. Joseph 7 at Oberlin^ 14 DENISON^ 21 WOOSTER^ 25 at Ohio Wesleyan^

7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM

May 1 OTTERBEIN

7:00 PM

^ - NCAC Game Home Games in CAPS AND BOLD

Quick Facts Location.......................................... Springfield, Ohio Founded............................................................ 1845 Nickname........................................................ Tigers Colors....................................................Red & White Enrollment........................................................ 1,950 President.......................................Dr. Mark Erickson Athletic Director...............................Garnett Purnell Office phone.................................... (937) 327-6472 Head Coach........................................ George Harris Office phone..................................... (937) 327-6451 SID........................................................ Ryan Maurer Email.................................. rmaurer@wittenberg.edu Office phone.....................................(937) 327-6114 Fax.....................................................(937) 327-6112 Head Trainer.........................................Ellen Crosbie Office phone.................................... (937) 327-6467

Head Coach George Harris Alma Mater............................... Ithaca College, 1989 Overall Record.................................................66-53 Record at WIT................................49-32 (Six years) 2011 Overall Record..........................................14-2 2011 NCAC Record..............................................4-1

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COLLEGE OF WOOSTER 2012 Roster

No. Name 1 Myles McGinnis 2 John Michael Bogusz 3 Tom Herold 4 Logan Fitch 5 Simon Ebbott-Burg 6 Eric Johnson 7 Matt Ranck 8 Pat Henderson 9 Taylor Takacs 10 Steve Crozier 11 Jesse Fernandez 12 Nick Spittle 13 Ben Grombala 15 PJ Dallman 16 Jake Bernard 17 James DeCrispino 18 Jack Manion 20 Liam Coll 21 Evan Albertson 22 Andrew Holmes 23 Sean Hohan 24 Will Evans 25 Sam Cook 26 Jack Brown 27 Max Werman 31 Will Ossyra 32 Ethan Flack 33 Mike Perrino 34 Matt Magoon 39 Patrick Schlick 40 Coleman Fitch 41 Max Frietch 42 Mike Ewanechko 43 Max Rubin 44 Dean Marchitelli 45 Robert Friedhoff

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

Hometown Morrison, CO Sleepy Hollow, NY Massillon, OH Columbus, OH Brookline, MA Chesterfield, MO West Bloomfield, MI Naperville, IL Gibsonia, PA Arlington, VA Ann Arbor, MI Wooster, OH Cincinnati, OH Wauwatosa, WI Irvington, NY Parkton, MD Sugar Grove, IL Litchfield, CT Cincinnati, OH Silver Spring, MD North Canton, OH Western Springs, IL Plano, TX Edin Prarie, MN Hampton, NH Evanston, IL Manlius, NY Solon, OH Plymouth, MA East Grand Rapids, MI Columbus, OH Washington, D.C. Victor, NY Naperville, IL Riva, MD Miami, FL

Returning Stat Leaders Goals 10, Patrick Schlick Assists 4, Patrick Schlick Nick Spittle Points 14, Patrick Schlick Ground Balls 38, Nick Spittle Faceoffs Won N/A Goals Against 65, Matt Magoon Goals Against Average 6.97, Matt Magoon Saves 83, Matt Magoon

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2012 Schedule

February 25 ALBION 29 BETHANY

2:00 PM 7:00 PM

March 3 at Aurora 7 at W&J 11 at Randolph-Macon 14 at Roanoke 17 ADRIAN 21 THIEL 24 DENISON^ 28 ST. VINCENT

1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM

April 7 11 16 21 28

1:00 PM 4:30 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:00 PM

at Ohio Wesleyan^ OBERLIN^ at Otterbein at Wittenberg^ at Kenyon^

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Quick Facts Location.............................................. Wooster, Ohio Founded............................................................ 1866 Nickname........................................... Fighting Scots Colors................................................... Black & Gold Enrollment........................................................ 1,800 President.................................Dr. Grant H. Cornwell Athletic Director..................................Keith Beckett Office phone.................................... (330) 263-2189 Head Coach.............................................. Carl Festa Office phone..................................... (330) 263-2509 SID....................................................... Hugh Howard Email..................................... hhoward@wooster.edu Office phone.................................... (330) 263-2374 Fax.................................................... (330) 263-2209 Head Trainer.............................................. Tom Love Office phone.................................... (330) 263-2184

Head Coach Carl Festa Alma Mater................................. St. Lawrence, 2009 Overall Record.....................................................5-9 Record at WOO..................................5-9 (One year) 2011 Overall Record............................................5-9 2011 NCAC Record..............................................2-3

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Men’s Lacrosse All-Time Standings 2011

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2009

Member NCAC Overall 1. Wittenberg............................4-1............. 14-2 1. Denison.................................4-1..............11-4 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................4-1............. 10-4 4. Wooster.................................2-3............... 5-9 5. Kenyon..................................1-4............... 5-9 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............... 7-9

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................4-1............. 10-4 Wittenberg............................4-1............. 10-5 3. Denison.................................3-2............. 10-4 Wooster.................................3-2............... 9-7 5. Kenyon..................................1-4............... 6-8 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............... 5-8

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.................................5-0............. 14-2 2. Ohio Wesleyan......................4-1............. 10-5 3. Kenyon..................................3-2............... 8-6 4. Wooster.................................2-3............... 7-6 5. Wittenberg............................1-4............... 7-6 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............. 1-12

Player of the Year: Mark DeOliveria, WIT Newcomer of the Year: Spencer Schnell, OWU Sportsman of the Year: Tanner Smith, DEN Coach of the Year: Topher Grossman, OBEr NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU, WIT

Player of the Year: Chaz Narwicz, OWU Newcomer of the Year: Alex Previte, WIT Coach of the Year: George Harris, WIT NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU, WIT

Player of the Year: Dan Maude, DEN Coach of the Year: Mike Caravana, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

2008

2007

2006

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.................................5-0............. 14-3 2. Kenyon..................................3-2............. 10-4 Ohio Wesleyan......................3-2............. 10-7 4. Wooster.................................2-3..............11-3 Wittenberg............................2-3............... 6-6 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............. 1-10

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................5-0............. 12-4 2. Denison.................................4-1..............11-4 3. Kenyon..................................3-2............. 12-2 4. Wooster.................................2-3............... 8-4 5. Wittenberg............................1-4............... 6-6 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............. 3-10

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.................................5-0............... 9-5 2. Ohio Wesleyan......................4-1............... 9-4 3. Kenyon..................................3-2..............11-3 4. Wooster.................................2-3............... 8-6 5. Wittenberg............................1-4............... 6-7 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............. 4-10

Player of the Year: Alex Baruch, DEN Newcomer of the Year: Emmett Jones, DEN Sportsman of the Year: Drew Zambelli, OBE Coach of the Year: Matt McGinnis, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN, OWU

Player of the Year: Chris Eccles, OWU Newcomer of the Year: Brady Burton, DEN Coach of the Year: Sean Ryan, OWU NCAA Representatives: DEN, OW

Player of the Year: Chris Eccles, OWU Newcomer of the Year: Dan Maude, DEN Coach of the Year: Brendan McWilliams, KEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN, OWU

2005

2004

2003

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................5-0............. 10-3 2. Denison.................................4-1............... 9-3 3. Wooster.................................3-2............... 7-7 4. Kenyon..................................2-3............... 5-9 5. Wittenberg............................1-4..............2-11 6. Oberlin..................................0-5..............3-11

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................4-1............... 8-6 Denison.................................4-1............... 8-5 Wooster.................................4-1............... 8-5 4. Wittenberg............................2-3............. 5-10 5. Kenyon..................................1-4............. 5-10 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............... 5-7

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................5-0............. 10-3 2. Denison.................................4-1............... 8-5 3. Kenyon..................................3-2............. 10-4 4. Wooster.................................2-3............... 8-7 5. Wittenberg............................1-4............... 4-7 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............. 3-10

Player of the Year: John Schlegel, OWU Newcomer of the Year: Chris Eccles, OWU Coach of the Year: Sean Ryan, OWU NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

Player of the Year: John Schlegel, OWU Newcomer of the Year: Sammy Hong, WIT Coach of the Year: Jason Tarnow, WOO NCAA Representatives: WOO

Player of the Year: Frank Bedford, OWU Newcomer of the Year: Craig Pastor, DEN Coach of the Year: Sean Ryan, OWU NCAA Representatives: OWU

2002

2001

2000

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.................................5-0............. 12-2 2. Ohio Wesleyan......................4-1............... 9-5 3. Kenyon..................................3-2............. 10-4 4. Wittenberg............................2-3..............5-11 5. Wooster.................................1-4............... 6-6 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............. 0-14

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................5-0............... 9-4 2. Denison.................................4-1............. 12-4 3. Kenyon..................................3-2............. 10-4 4. Wooster.................................2-3............... 5-9 5. Wittenberg............................1-4............... 5-7 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............... 2-9

Member NCAC Overall 1. Kenyon..................................4-1............. 13-2 Ohio Wesleyan......................4-1............. 14-4 Denison.................................4-1..............11-4 4. Wittenberg............................2-3............... 7-7 5. Wooster.................................1-4..............4-11 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............. 3-10

Player of the Year: Matt Coughlin, OWU Newcomer of the Year: John Schlegel, OWU Coach of the Year: Mike Caravana, DEN NCAA Representatives:

Player of the Year: Jason Foggelson, OWU Newcomer of the Year: Tom Moschos, DEN Coach of the Year: Sean Ryan, OWU NCAA Representatives: DEN

Player of the Year: Peter Royer, DEN; Zach Gagel, OWU Newcomer of the Year: Steve Muskopf, OWU Coach of the Year: Bill Heiser, KEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, KEN, OWU

1999

1998

1997

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.................................5-0............. 13-3 2. Ohio Wesleyan......................4-1............. 12-4 3. Wittenberg............................3-2............... 8-6 4. Kenyon..................................2-3..............11-3 5. Wooster.................................1-4............... 3-9 6. Oberlin..................................0-5..............2-11

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................5-0............. 14-2 2. Denison.................................4-1............... 7-6 3. Kenyon..................................3-2............... 9-4 4. Wittenberg............................2-3............. 10-6 5. Wooster.................................1-4............. 3-13 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............... 3-9

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.................................5-0............. 10-3 2. Ohio Wesleyan......................4-1............. 13-4 3. Kenyon..................................3-2............. 10-4 4. Wooster.................................2-3............... 7-8 5. Wittenberg............................1-4..............4-11 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............. 3-10

Player of the Year: Frank Pennimpede, DEN Coach of the Year: Bruce Reid, WIT NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

Player of the Year: Dave Maguire, OWU Coach of the Year: Lelan Rogers, OWU NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

Player of the Year: Dave Maguire, OWU Coach of the Year: Mike Caranava, DEN; Bill Heiser, KEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

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1995

1994

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................5-0............. 13-3 2. Denison.................................4-1............... 9-5 3. Wooster.................................3-2............. 10-5 4. Kenyon..................................2-3............. 10-3 5. Wittenberg............................1-4............... 4-7 6. Oberlin..................................0-5............... 6-7

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................5-0............. 13-4 2. Denison.................................4-1............... 8-5 3. Wooster.................................3-2............... 8-5 4. Kenyon..................................2-3............. 10-4 5. Oberlin..................................1-4............... 7-6 6. Wittenberg............................0-5............. 1-15

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.................................8-0............. 12-3 2. Ohio Wesleyan......................6-2............. 10-4 3. Oberlin..................................4-4............... 9-4 4. Kenyon..................................3-5............... 7-6 Wooster.................................3-5............... 6-9 6. Wittenberg............................0-8............... 3-8

Player of the Year: Dave Maguire, OWU Coach of the Year: Lelan Rogers, OWU NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

Player of the Year: Darren McGum, OWU Coach of the Year: Lelan Rogers, OWU NCAA Representatives: OWU

Player of the Year: Ethan Ewing, DEN Coach of the Year: Mike Caravana, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN

1993

1992

1991

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................5-0............. 12-2 2. Denison.................................4-1..............11-2 3. Wooster.................................3-2............... 7-6 4. Wittenberg............................2-3............... 4-5 5. Oberlin..................................1-4............... 7-4 6. Kenyon..................................0-5............... 4-6

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................5-0............... 9-6 2. Denison.................................4-1............... 8-7 3. Wooster.................................3-2............... 7-8 4. Kenyon..................................1-4............... 4-7 Oberlin..................................1-4............... 4-6 Wittenberg............................1-4............... 4-4

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................5-0............. 13-4 2. Wooster.................................4-1............. 12-4 3. Denison.................................3-2............... 7-7 4. Kenyon..................................1-4............... 5-8 Oberlin..................................1-4............... 5-5 Wittenberg............................1-4............... 1-7

Player of the Year: Dave Breslin, OWU Coach of the Year: Lelan Rogers, OWU NCAA Representatives: OWU

Player of the Year: Kevin Wall, OWU Coach of the Year: Steve Ritzenthaler, WIT NCAA Representatives: OWU

Player of the Year: Neil Ringers, OWU Coach of the Year: Jon Hind, WOO NCAA Representatives: OWU

1990

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................5-0............. 15-3 2. Denison.................................4-1..............11-4 3. Wooster.................................3-2............. 10-6 4. Kenyon..................................2-3............... 7-6 5. Oberlin..................................1-4............... 4-6 6. Wittenberg............................0-5............... 1-7 Player of the Year: Tom Bryan, DEN; Ken Knapp, OWU Coach of the Year: Mike Pressler, OWU NCAA Representatives: OWU

1987

1989

1988

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................4-0............. 13-4 2. Denison.................................3-1............. 10-5 3. Kenyon..................................2-2............... 9-3 4. Wooster.................................1-3............... 5-9 5. Oberlin..................................0-4............... 2-6

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................4-0............. 15-2 2. Denison.................................3-1..............11-4 3. Kenyon..................................2-2............... 6-6 4. Wooster.................................1-3............... 5-8 5. Oberlin..................................0-4............... 2-6

Player of the Year: Kevin Finneran, OWU Coach of the Year: Mike Pressler, OWU NCAA Representatives: OWU

Player of the Year: Rob Alvino, OWU Coach of the Year: Mike Pressler, OWU NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

1986

1985

Member NCAC Overall 1. Ohio Wesleyan......................4-0............. 14-3 2. Denison.................................3-1............... 8-3 3. Kenyon..................................2-2............... 5-7 4. Wooster.................................1-3............. 2-12 5. Oberlin..................................0-4............... 2-7

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.................................4-0............... 9-6 2. Ohio Wesleyan......................3-1............. 12-4 3. Kenyon..................................2-2............... 6-5 4. Oberlin..................................1-3............... 3-5 5. Wooster.................................0-4..............1-11

Member NCAC Overall 1. Denison.................................4-0............. 13-5 2. Ohio Wesleyan......................3-1............. 17-2 3. Wooster.................................2-2..............5-11 4. Kenyon..................................1-3............... 6-6 5. Oberlin..................................0-4............... 1-6

Player of the Year: Dan O’Neill, OWU Coach of the Year: Mike Pressler, OWU NCAA Representatives: OWU

Player of the Year: Bill Hall, DEN Coach of the Year: Tommy Thomsen, DEN NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

NCAA Representatives: DEN, OWU

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2012 USILA NCAA Div. III Men’s Lacrosse Preseason Poll

Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

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School Salisbury Roanoke Dickinson Tufts Cortland Amherst Stevenson RIT Stevens Tech Middlebury Lynchburg Gettysburg Endicott Union Denison Trinity Haverford Bowdoin RPI Skidmore

Points 297(14) 251 248 248(1) 238 233 217 204 161 147 143 120 105 101 82 67 59 47 29 27

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Team Records

Goals, game 10, Chris Wolfington (DEN) vs. Marietta, 4/18/1990 10, Jeff Mayer (WIT) vs. Marietta, 4/11/1990 10, Andy Greaves (OWU) vs. Wittenberg, 5/1/1990 10, Evan Bliss (KEN) vs. St. Vincent, 3/25/2000

Goals, game 36, Ohio Wesleyan vs. Oberlin, 4/19/2000

Goals, season 64, Dave Maguire (OWU), 1996 64, Dave Maguire (OWU), 1997

Goals, season 314, Ohio Wesleyan, 2000

Goals, game (both teams) 43, Ohio Wesleyan (16) vs. Whittier (27), 4/27/2002

Assists, career 137, Rob Alvino (OWU), 1985-88

Fewest Goals Allowed, game 0, Ohio Wesleyan vs. Ohio State, 4/11/1987; 0, Denison vs. Wittenberg, 3/29/1995; 0, Ohio Wesleyan vs. Wooster, 4/11/2000; 0, Wittenberg vs. Oberlin, 3/17/2001; 0, Kenyon vs. Oberlin, 3/20/2002; 0, Wittenberg vs. Oberlin, 3/23/2002; 0, Wooster vs. Oberlin, 4/3/2002; 0, Wittenberg vs. Oberlin, 4/6/2002; 0, Denison vs. Oberlin, 4/9/2002; 0, Wittenberg vs. Oberlin, 4/5/2003; 0, Ohio Wesleyan vs. Wittenberg, 4/15/2003 0, Denison vs. Oberlin, 4/22/2003 0, Denison vs. Hendrix, 2/29/2008 0, Wooster vs. MSOE, 3/1/2010 0, Denison vs. Otterbein, 4/27/2010

Points, game 15, Andy Greaves (OWU) vs. Oberlin, 3/31/1993

Assists, season 221, Ohio Wesleyan, 1985

Points, season 100 (62-38), Jason Fogelson (OWU), 2000

Saves, game 34, Kenyon vs. Guilford, 3/8/1990; 34, Oberlin vs. Wooster, 4/3/2002

Goals, career 225, Dave Maguire (OWU), 1995-98 Assists, game 9, Jim Applegate (WOO) vs. Ashland, 4/5/1985 9, Blair Morrison (OWU) vs. Wooster, 4/17/1985 9, Rich Franz (OWU) vs. Oberlin, 4/6/1988 9, Victor Maddux (DEN) vs. RIT, 3/29/1997 9, Victor Maddux (DEN) vs. Oberlin, 4/1/1997 Assists, season 61, Blair Morrison (OWU), 1985

Points, career 321, Dave Maguire (OWU), 1995-98 Points/Game, season 6.6 (79-12), Jim Applegate (WOO), 1985 Points/Game, career 5.05 (197-39), Josh Cole, (KEN), 1994-96 Saves, game 34, Chris Alpaugh (KEN) vs. Guilford, 3/8/1990 34, David Smolev (OBE) vs. Wooster, 4/3/2002

Saves Percentage, season .703 (81-192), Kenyon, 1996 Winning Margin, game 34, Ohio Wesleyan (36) vs. Oberlin (2), 4/19/2000 Wins, season 17, Ohio Wesleyan, 1985 Winning Percentage, season .895 (17-2) Ohio Wesleyan, 1985

Saves, season 310, David Smolev (OBE), 2002

Winning Streak 16, Ohio Wesleyan, 1985

Saves, career 1067, David Smolev (OBE), 1999-2002

Winning Streak (NCAC games) 34, Ohio Wesleyan, 1987-94

Saves Percentage, season .737 (72-202), Bill Hall (DEN), 1985 Saves Percentage, career .697 (201-463), Dan O’Neil (OWU), 1984-87

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2011-12 Calendar of Events AUGUST 2011 2 Tuesday 13 Saturday 15 Monday SEPTEMBER 2011 13 Tuesday 14 Wednesday 25 Sunday 27 Tuesday OCTOBER 2011 2 Sunday 3 Monday 19 Wednesday 29 Saturday TBA Sunday NOVEMBER 2011 2 Wednesday 2 Wednesday 2 Wednesday 4-5 Fri.-Sat. 5 Saturday 5 Saturday 5 Saturday 8 Tuesday 14 Monday 15 Tuesday TBA Sunday DECEMBER 2011 6 Tuesday 15 Thursday JANUARY 2012 11-14 Wed.-Sat. 11/12 Wed./Thurs. 13 Friday 29 Sunday FEBRUARY 2012 15 Wednesday 16-18 Thurs.-Sat. 21 Tuesday 24-25 Fri.-Sat. 25-26 Sat.-Sun. MARCH 2012 2-3 Fri.-Sat. APRIL 2012 21-22 Sat.-Sun. 24 Tuesday 26 Thursday 27-29 Fri.-Sun. 28-29 Sat.-Sun. 28-29 Sat.-Sun. MAY 2012 1 Tuesday 3 Thursday 3 Thursday 3 Thursday 3-5 Thurs.-Sat. 4-5 Fri.-Sat. 4-5 Fri.-Sat. 5 Saturday 6 Sunday 7 Monday 8 Tuesday 16-17 Wed.- Thur.

Cross Country Coaches' Meeting IOA Football Officiating Clinic Sports Information Directors' Meeting Softball Coaches' Meeting Swimming & Diving Coaches' Meeting Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Meeting Baseball Coaches' Meeting (may meet earlier) NCAC Athletic Directors/Faculty Reps' Meetings NCAC Sports Caucus Meeting Tennis Coaches' Meeting Cross Country Championships (M&W) IOA Women's Basketball Officiating Clinic Field Hockey Tournament Semifinals Men's Soccer Tournament Semifinals Women's Soccer Tournament Semifinals Volleyball Championships Field Hockey Tournament Championship Men's Soccer Tournament Championship Women's Soccer Tournament Championship Soccer Coaches' Meeting (M&W) Field Hockey Coaches' Meeting Athletic Trainers' Meeting IOA Men's Basketball Officiating Clinic

Ohio Wesleyan Ohio Wesleyan Denison if needed (Kenyon) Denison Ohio Wesleyan Ohio Wesleyan Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Denison Wittenberg Otterbein TBA (high seeds) TBA (high seeds) TBA (high seeds) TBA (high seed) TBA (high seed) TBA (high seed) TBA (high seed) Ohio Wesleyan Ohio Wesleyan Alliance, Ohio TBA

Volleyball Coaches' Meeting NCAC Presidents’ CouncilAnn Arbor, MI

Ohio Wesleyan

NCAA Convention NCAC AD Meeting (at NCAA Convention) NCAC Meeting (at NCAA Convention) SAAC Meeting

Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN Denison

Swimming & Diving Coaches Meeting (M&W) Swimming & Diving Championships (M&W) Basketball Tournament Quarterfinals (M&W) Basketball Tournament Semifinals and Championships (M&W) Heptathlon (M)/Pentathlon (W) Indoor Track & Field Championships (M&W) Men's & Women's Golf Event I Basketball Coaches' Meetings Tennis Coaches' Meeting Tennis Championships (M&W) Combined Events Track & Field Championship (M&W) NCAC Men's & Women's Golf Event II Football Coaches' Meeting Softball Coaches' Meeting Women's Lacrosse Championship Semifinals Baseball Coaches' Meeting Baseball Championship Softball Tournament Outdoor Track & Field Championships (M&W) Women's Lacrosse Championship Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Meeting Women's Lacrosse Coaches' Meeting Track & Field Coaches' Meeting Annual NCAC Meetings

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Canton, Ohio Hiram at Canton, Ohio TBA (high seeds) TBA (high seeds) Ohio Wesleyan Wabash Allegheny Ohio Wesleyan Kenyon Kenyon Ohio Wesleyan Oberlin Ohio Wesleyan TBA (tournament site) TBA (high seed) Chillicothe, Ohio Chillicothe, Ohio TBA (high seed) Allegheny TBA (high seed) Kenyon Wooster Ohio Wesleyan Wooster

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