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2016 PRINCETON HIGH SCHOOL

PRINCETON, NJ


PLC IS PROUD TO HAVE HELPED DEVELOP THE TIGER LACROSSE STARS OF TODAY.

PLC and PHS Working Together & Honoring the Game

GO TIGERS! PLC welcomes boys and girls of all abilities who are in K through 8th Grade.

www.princetonlacrosseclub.com

We join PHS to honor the memory of Coach Bill Cirullo, who did so much to grow the game of lacrosse at PHS and in the Princeton community!


PHS BOYS LACROSSE 2016 COACHING STAFF

Chip Casto

Peter Stanton

Rich Giarrusso

Terence Miller

Cameron Carothers

James Borda

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2016 SCHEDULE • PRINCETON  HIGH  SCHOOL • PRINCETON, NJ

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03/30 4:00pm 04/01 11:00 am 04/04 4:00pm 04/08 4:30 pm 04/11 4:30pm 04/12 4:00pm 04/16 11:00 am 04/18 4:00 pm 04/22 4:00pm 04/23 11:00am 04/25 4:00pm 04/27 4:00pm 04/28 4:00pm 05/03 4:00pm

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Allentown @ Hightstown West Windsor-Plainsboro South @ Notre Dame The Lawrenceville School Ocean City (Freshman) @ Summit @ Princeton Day School Robbinsville (Freshman) Robbinsville North Hunterdon @ Holmdel @ West Windsor-Plainsboro North Hopewell**

OPPONENT

**Senior Day Ceremony Begins @ 3:30 PM on the PHS Turf Home Games listed in Bold

Marli Siciliano

Izzy Stier

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2016 ROSTER • PRINCETON  HIGH  SCHOOL • PRINCETON, NJ

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19 #20

Sawyer Peck Patrick Zhang Luke Duarte Alex Park Leo Godefroy Evan Filion Eamonn McDonald Norman Callaway* Mark Duarte Matt Hawes Rory Helstrom* Ryan Farrell Christian Swanke David Hurlin Jake White Dylan Westerman Robbie Trainor Wyatt Zetterberg Josh Nieman Jaylin Johnson

#21 #22 #23 #24 #25 #26 #27 #28 #29 #30 #31 #32 #33 #34 #35 #36 #37 #38 #39 #40

Patrick Jacobs Johnny Lopez-Ona Ian Jacobs Oliver Hamit Justin Marciano Alden Mallory Owen Smith Nick Halliday* Scott Mayers Dillon Howarth Colin Regina Andrew Pletcher Carson Giles Aidan Vaughey Steve Hennessy Jay McLean Gabe Pettway Sylas Pelikan Steve Kenah Jesus Lazo

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#42 Joe O'Donnell #43 Ben Drezner

#44 Dan Mulligan

#45 Dhruv Sharma #46 Adam Musa

#48 Jack Staples

#50 August Pfeiffer

#51 Evan Angelucci #52 Joseph Rebak #55 Ben Zief

#60 Collin Beatty

#64 John Evered

#66 Sterling Howell

#70 Maximilian Garlock

*Team Captain


Good Luck

PHS Boys Lacrosse!

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SENIORS CLASS OF 2016

Nick Halliday

Rory Helstrom

#28, TEAM CAPTAIN

#11, TEAM CAPTAIN

JUNIORS CLASS OF 2017

Norman ‘Tooker’ Callaway #8, TEAM CAPTAIN

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JUNIORS CLASS OF 2017

Jeremy Barish

Luke Duarte

Mark Duarte

Leo Godefroy

Oliver Hamit

Matt Hawes

Sterling Howell

Johnny Lopez-Ona

Justin Marciano

Eamonn McDonald

Sawyer Peck

Andrew Pletcher

Owen Smith

Jake White

Wyatt Zetterberg

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#24

#25

#27

#3

#9

#10

#66

#7

#1

#15

#18

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#22

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SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 2018

Ryan Farrell

Maximilian Garlock

David Hurlin

Patrick Jacobs

Ian Jacobs

Alden Mallory

Adam Musa

Gabe Pettway

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#23

#70

#14

#26

#46

Dhruv Sharma #45

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#37


FRESHMEN CLASS OF 2019

Evan Angelucci

Collin Beatty

Ben Drezner

John Evered

Evan Filion

Carson Giles

Steve Hennessy

Jaylin Johnson

Steve Kenah

Jesus Lazo

Scott Mayers

Jay McLean

Dan Mulligan

Josh Nieman

Joe O'Donnell

Alex Park

Sylas Pelikan

August Pfeiffer

Joseph Rebak

Colin Regina

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#33

#29

#4

#60

#35

#36

#38

#43

#20

#44

#50

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#64

#39

#17

#52

#6

#40

#42

#31


FRESHMEN CLASS OF 2019

Jack Staples

Christian Swanke

Patrick Zhang

Ben Zief

#48

#2

#13

#55

Robbie Trainor #17

Aidan Vaughey #34

Dylan Westerman #16


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Q&A MEET HEAD COACH CHIP CASTO Q: Prior to coaching, you had a successful career playing lacrosse at a very high level, winning a Division 3 National Championship 4 times! How does that experience help you coach today?

Q:

Coach Casto, congratulations on being named the Head Boys Lacrosse Coach at Princeton High School. What are some of your goals for the program?

A: A large part of my approach to building a program is based on my playing career. Both Montclair High School and Hobart College were programs that produced championships on the field and championship people off the field. When I try to distill the ingredients, it begins to point towards the phrase I tend to use the most in practice: "Basic and Simple"!! Both the Montclair and Hobart programs, and the Princeton Lacrosse culture, all focus on a key element of success – the individual. Put the person at the center of development and the program will follow!

A: I think to continue the history and culture that Coach Stanton has helped to establish and perpetuate here is a major goal of mine. Having been an assistant for 27 years, I have a lot of ideas rolling around my head – so another one of my goals is to remain basic and simple. But, the quintessential goal is to make sure we continue to produce young men that love the game of lacrosse, understand the value of athletics in their own development, and take with them relationships that last a lifetime!

Q: You have assembled an amazing coaching staff for your team. How will that have an impact on your role?

A: The PHS Lacrosse staff is one of the best in the state. With so much experience and knowledge surrounding the program, my role can become managerial at times – but also that of a student and listener. We all have a tremendous amount of respect for each other, and we really enjoy being with each other and talking about lacrosse and the players. It is a tremendous privilege to have such a staff!

Q: What does coaching lacrosse mean to you? A: The goals of teaching and coaching are closely aligned as they point towards the development of people. The fact that Coach Stanton and I teach at PHS and walk the halls, interacting with all of our players every day, is a fading reality that we are proud of and use to develop the culture of the program. The opportunity to be around a sport that has had a strong influence on my development as a person is a privilege I try to acknowledge every day. And, when you add the opportunity to be around young people that share a love of lacrosse, the intention to work hard, and the enjoyment of being on a team – coaching becomes the perfect compliment to teaching.

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Q&A MEET COACH PETER STANTON an enjoyable experience while they are here and that they do benefit from their time with us. So much in our culture is geared towards rewarding winners, however I think that one of the most important things that sports teach us is how to lose. Nobody goes through life undefeated. Politicians lose elections, lawyers lose cases, doctors lose patients. When our players leave high school, we want them to have learned to take positive risks. Embrace the challenge of curing the incurable, solving the intractable problem and take on what no one else wants to touch. Dream big, prepare accordingly, give it your all, don't look back.

Q: This Spring, you handed the Head Coaching reins over to Chip Casto, essentially switching roles with your longtime Assistant Coach. Can you describe what this will mean for the PHS Lacrosse program?

A: First, I never really thought of Coach Casto as an "assistant coach." The recent success that we have had is equally attributable to him. He has had a say in every important decision we have made. If you look at the best programs in the state, Mountain Lakes, Ridgewood, Summit, their head coaches are more like General Managers of a franchise. They have an oversight role in the youth programs, summer teams, recruiting and offseason. Coach Casto has the vision and motivation to take our program to those heights. I am very excited about the direction we are heading and am really enjoying my role. I can focus on making the little adjustments during games that I couldn't always see as head coach.

Q: In 2015, you were inducted into the New Jersey Lacrosse Hall of Fame. What did that mean to you? A: It's an understatement to say that playing and coaching lacrosse has been very satisfying to me. Being inducted gave me an opportunity to thank everyone that has contributed to my growth and my enjoyment of the game. This includes my coaches, my family, my teammates, everyone I have coached with, the PHS players and their families. I felt tremendous gratitude for all of the support that I have been given. Having many PHS lacrosse alumni attend in my honor was very validating and at the same time, it felt very humbling to be mentioned in the same conversation with so many people I look up to.

Q: In what way has your association with the sport of Q: Over the course of your career, you must have coached hundreds of high school student athletes. What do you hope to cultivate and develop in the young men that you work with?

A: Sports are hard. They require a lot of time, energy and sacrifice. They aren't always fun; losing can be emotionally painful, there can be injuries and conflicts to deal with. So first and foremost, I hope that our players have

lacrosse influenced who you are?

A: I don't think that lacrosse has influenced me, but has helped me stay true to myself and be who I am. Lacrosse allows me to manifest parts of my character and personality that I wouldn't otherwise. Away from the game I am easy-going, calm, laid back, introspective. In lacrosse I am anything but; I am competitive, fiery, demonstrative and unrestrained. I am so thankful that I get this outlet.

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PHS BOYS LACROSSE TEAM ACHIEVEMENTS

PITT DIVISION CHAMPIONS 1987 BIANCHI DIVISION CHAMPIONS 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 CVC CHAMPIONS 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014 ALL GROUP STATE CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINALISTS 1988 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP FINALISTS GROUP 2 2010 GROUP 3 SOUTH STATE SEMI-FINALISTS 2013, 2014, 2015 MERCER COUNTY CHAMPIONS 2013, 2014 MERCER COUNTY FINALISTS 2011

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PHS BOYS LACROSSE HALL OF FAME ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1999 2000 2009 2010 2012

PHS COLLEGIANS Class of 2010

Rick Fernholz Dixon Hayes Nick Hughes Michael Olentine Kerby Peck

Allen Bryant

Vanderbilt University Club

Doug Bryant

University of Michigan

Mike Olentine Dartmouth

Joe Sandford

ALL-AMERICANS 1977 1981 1983 1987 2001 2002

Morgan Mohrman Steve Budd Scott Gabrielsen Jim Laverty Whitney Hayes Whitney Hayes NJ Attackman of the Year

2003 2010 2011 2014 2015

Chris Lalli Allen Bryant Michael Irving Jackson Andres Jackson Andres

BOBBY CAMPBELL AWARD WINNERS 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Stefan Apse Josh Miller Will Tisdale Alex Goodman David Mullen Luke Hammond Mike Moseley Karl Fries Jesse Mostoller Brandon Polakoff Jeff Goeke Michael Olentine Griffin Peck Tom Sacchetti Zach Halliday Matt Purdy Colin Buckley

Syracuse University Club

NEW JERSEY LACROSSE HALL of FAME Class of 1966

Class of 1983

Spencer Willard Scott Gabrielsen

Class of 2011 Robby Dowers

St. Lawrence University

Bassel Hashem

New York University Club

Inducted 2007

Inducted 2008

Class of 1978

Head Coach, 1996-2015

Chris Cahill

Peter Stanton

University of Maryland Club

Inducted 2011

Inducted 2015

Tom Sacchetti

Class of 2012 Alex Rifkin

Bates College

Nick Sandford Penn State Club

THE PHS HALL OF FAME Class of 1968

Houston Weber

Class of 2013 Matt DiTosto

St. Josephs University Club

Inducted 2015

Gabe McGregor

Class of 1978

Zach Halliday

Morgan Mohrman Inducted 2009

Class of 1978

Kutztown State Tufts University (soccer)

Johnny Morris

Class of 2014

Inducted 2015

Kevin Halliday

Class of 1978

Keith Wadsworth Inducted 2011

Class of 1983

Scott Gabrielsen

Tufts University (soccer)

Spencer Reynolds Lafayette University (crew)

Inducted 2008

Class of 2015

Class of 1993

Jackson Andres

Abel Kahn

Drexel University

Inducted 2008

Kenan Glasgold

Class of 2000

Chris Munoz

Dixon Hayes Inducted 2015 – 22 –

Babson College

Colgate University (crew)


HONORING OUR PAST BOBBY CAMPBELL

Robert B. “Bobby” Campbell (1960-1999) attended Princeton High School from 1974 to 1978 and Penn State University between 1978-1982. Bobby returned to his roots and took on the role of Head Lacrosse Coach at Princeton High School from 1985-1989. He was also the Administrator of the Princeton Summer Lacrosse League from 1989-1994. After his death in April of 1999, The Bobby Campbell Lacrosse Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) public charity, was established to support and promote high school and youth lacrosse in Central New Jersey. In doing so, Bobby's passion to play, coach, and enable others to experience the thrill of America's oldest and most exciting sport will be memorialized. Through the generous contributions of donors, the Foundation is committed to assist the boys and girls of central New Jersey in learning, playing, and enjoying the game of lacrosse. The Foundation supports: Scholarships, Free Youth Clinics, Trenton BRIDGE Lacrosse, Camp & Program Grants, Tournaments and Play Days, Select Teams Sponsor. For more information, please visit: www.CampbellLacrosse.org.

HONORING OUR PAST BILL CIRULLO PHS alumnus William “Bill” Cirullo died Monday, Feb. 15, 2016.

Bill Cirullo had deep roots in Princeton, tracing his lineage back some 350 years. Bill was known well as a teacher, a coach, and the principal of Riverside Elementary School. A product of the Princeton school system, Mr. Cirullo attended kindergarten at the Nassau Street School and remained in Princeton schools all the way through Princeton High School. After earning his bachelor’s in elementary education from the University of Tennessee – and later a master’s from Rider – he began working for the district in September 1970, first as a sixth-grade teacher at Community Park Elementary School. In 1986, he was named Principal of Riverside Elementary.

Bill was a longtime Football and Lacrosse Coach at Princeton High School, his alma mater. He also helped start the Bobby Campbell Lacrosse Foundation, named after former Riverside student Bobby Campbell, to help promote and honor the sport of lacrosse in Central New Jersey.

The Princeton Lacrosse community remembers and honors the memory of Bill Cirullo. Our thoughs are with his family.

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PHS BOYS LACROSSE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Princeton High School Boys Lacrosse would like to thank: • the Families, FRieNDs, aND lOYal FaNs whO cOme Out FOR eveRY game! • OuR cOaches & maNageRs whO give sO much OF theiR time aND taleNts! • the alumNi aND OuR BusiNess cOmmuNitY FOR suppORtiNg phs lacROsse! • spstuDiOs.cOm FOR BOOklet phOtOgRaphY aND DesigN! • Nate DRezNeR FOR the team ROsteR phOtOs! • pRism cOlOR (pRismcOlORcORp.cOm) FOR cOlOR pRiNtiNg aND BiNDiNg! • BOOklet-pROJect gROup: NORm callawaY, scOtt paRk, liza (meRRit) peck, & teRRY smith!

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The Hawes Family is Happy to Support Princeton Boys Lacrosse. GO LITTLE TIGERS! GO LITTLE TIGERS! GO LITTLE TIGERS!


From USA National Lacrosse Team Members:

“One thing happens every day: You either get better or you get worse.” “Play for the guy standing next to you.” “Outwork the guy next to you.” “If you can pick up a ground ball you’ll play for any team you want.” “Character is what you do when no one is watching.”

Good Luck PHS Boys Lacrosse The Zetterbergs


Good Luck to Nick and the rest of the PHS Lax Team! GO PHS!!

GO TIGERS!! GO PHS!!

BEST OF LUCK RORY! ENJOY YOUR SENIOR YEAR. IT’S BEEN AN AMAZING RIDE. LOVE YOU, MOM, DAD, CARL & LIAM

We’re so proud of you!

Love,

MOM  &  DAD GO TIGERS!! GO PHS!!


GO EAMONN!

PLAY HARD, HAVE FUN! Good Luck Tigers! The McDonald Family

GOOD LUCK JOHNNY! Go Tigers!

Emilia, Mariana Mom & Dad


“ Make Each Day

Your Masterpiece. – John Wooden

Go Tiger Lax! David Hurlin #14 and Family

GO PHS! The The Rebak Rebak Family Family

Have A Great Season

AUGUST SAWYER The ball stops HERE! Your grandparents believe!

Love, Mom and Dad

GO LITTLE TIGERS!


Always fun to watch you play! Love, Mom

Go Tigers! The Park Family

Good luck Dylan! Enjoy every minute and have a great season! Go Tigers! GOOD LUCK COLLIN and PHS LACROSSE! GO TIGERS! The Beatty Family

The Westerman Family



PHS BOYS LACROSSE PROGRAM BOOKLET 2016 (e-version)