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TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents........................................................................................5 BIG EAST Athletic Conference ..............................................................6 COACHING STAFF ....................................................................................7 Jim Stagnitta........................................................................................8 Coaching Staff ..................................................................................10 Support Staff ....................................................................................11 2009 OUTLOOK......................................................................................13 2009 Numerical Roster ............................................................14 2009 Outlook ..................................................................................15 2009 SCARLET KNIGHTS ................................................................17 The Players ........................................................................................18 2009 SEASON REVIEW ....................................................................32 2009 Review ....................................................................................33 2009 Final Statistics ....................................................................38 Media Outlets ..................................................................................39 HISTORY AND TRADITION................................................................41 A Proud Tradition............................................................................42 All-Americans....................................................................................43 North/South Participants..........................................................44 Letterwinners ..................................................................................45 Award Winners ..............................................................................49 Records ..............................................................................................51 Game-by-Game Results................................................................53 Series Records ................................................................................59 Team Records/Captains............................................................60 THE STATE UNIVERSITY ....................................................................61 Richard L. McCormick - President ........................................62 Tim Pernetti - Director of Athletics........................................63 Rutgers: A Brief History ..............................................................64 Rutgers At A Glance ....................................................................65 Athletic Department Staff ..........................................................66 Distinguished Alumni ....................................................................67

The 2010 Rutgers University Men’s Lacrosse Media Guide is published by the Rutgers Division of Intercollegiate Athletics. Writing, layout, and design by the Office of Athletic Communications. Editor: Alex Restrepo Editorial Assistance: Alli Miller, Hasim Phillips, Dustin Semonavick Layout & Design: Kevin Revoir Photography: Jim O’Connor, Tom Cizsek and Joe Campbell, Alex Restrepo Printed by: Mulit-Ad Services 1720 W. Detweiller Dr. Peoria, IL 61615 The 2010 Rutgers University Men’s Lacrosse Media Guide has been compiled to assist the media with their coverage of the team. Updated statistics and information can be obtained throughout the season by contacting Alex Restrepo, Athletic Communications Assistant, in the Office of Athletic Communications, at (732) 445-4200.

MEN’S LACROSSE QUICK FACTS Location: ................................................................New Brunswick, N.J. Enrollment: ............................37, 204 (Full-time Undergraduate) Founded: ..............................................................................................1766 President: ..................................................Dr. Richard L. McCormick Director of Athletics: ..........................................................Tim Pernetti Affiliation: ..........................................................................NCAA Division I Conference: ..................................................................................BIG EAST Nickname: ........................................................................Scarlet Knights Color: ....................................................................................................Scarlet Head Coach: ................................................Jim Stagnitta (Penn ‘84) Record at Rutgers: ..................................................46-64 ( 8 years) Career Record: ......................................................182-96 (19 years) Associate Head Coach......................................................Jim Rogalski Assistant Coach: ................................................................Jason Basso 2009 Overall Record: ......................................................................4-11 2009 ECAC Record: .................. ........................................................2-5 Home Field: ............................................................................Yurcak Field Capacity: ..............................................................................................5,000 Surface................................................................................Grass (Lighted) Lacrosse Office Phone: ..........................................(732) 445-4211 Press Box Phone: ......................................................(732-) 45-6290 Ticket Office Phone ................................................1-866-445-GO RU Lacrosse SID: ....................................................................Alex Restrepo Office Phone: ..............................................................(732) 445-7746 Office Fax: ....................................................................(732) 445-3063 E-mail: ..................................................aresrepo@scarletknights.com

For additional information on Scarlet Knights Lacrosse, please visit our website at:

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Office of Athletic Communications Louis Brown Athletic Center 83 Rockafeller Road Piscataway, NJ 08854-8053 Office Phone:....................................................................................................(732) 445-4200 Fax: ........................................................................................................................(732) 445-3063 Lacrosse Office: .............................................................................................(732) 445-4211

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FIRST YEAR IN THE BIG EAST What You Need to Know About BIG EAST Lacrosse • The seven-team BIG EAST Men’s Lacrosse league will be made up of Georgetown, Notre Dame, Providence, Rutgers, St. John’s, Syracuse and Villanova • Men’s lacrosse is the BIG EAST’s 24th sport and the 11th men’s sport – the 2009-10 academic year will be the first for the BIG EAST men’s lacrosse league • There will be no BIG EAST Men’s Lacrosse Championship for the 2010 season - the BIG EAST Champion will be determined by conference-game winning percentage at the conclusion of the regular season • The BIG EAST regular-season format will be a six-game, single round-robin schedule with each team playing each league opponent once. • The BIG EAST is the largest and most diverse Division I conference in the country with 16 institutions - seven sponsor the sport of men’s lacrosse • The BIG EAST Conference has captured 27 national championships in six different sports

BIG EAST MEN’S LACROSSE NATIONAL TELEVISION SCHEDULE FEBRUARY Sat. 27 Maryland at Georgetown 2 p.m. ESPNU MARCH Sun. 7 Syracuse at Virginia 1 p.m. 360.com/ESPNU TD Sat. 13 GEORGETOWN at SYRACUSE 2 p.m. ESPNU Sat. 20 Syracuse at Johns Hopkins 8 p.m. ESPNU Sat. 27 Duke at Georgetown Noon ESPNU APRIL Fri. 2 Georgetown at Navy 7 p.m. CBS C Sat. 10 Konica Minolta Big City Classic (E. Rutherford, N.J.) Syracuse vs. Princeton 6 p.m. ESPNU Sun. 11 NOTRE DAME at GEORGETOWN Noon ESPNU Sat. 17 Georgetown at Loyola (Md.) Noon ESPNU Sun. 18 SYRACUSE at RUTGERS 6 p.m. ESPNU Sat. 24 ESPNU Invitational (Hartford, Conn.) Massachusetts vs. Georgetown 1:30 p.m. ESPNU MAY Sat. 1 SYRACUSE at NOTRE DAME 7 p.m. ESPNU BIG EAST games in CAPS; All dates and times (Eastern) are subject to change; CBS C – CBS College Sports Network; 360.com – ESPN360.com; ESPNU TD – tape delayed broadcast

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Teams to Play in In-Season Tournaments

Three BIG EAST teams are scheduled to participate in three separate in-season tournaments in 2010. Notre Dame will face Loyola (Md.) in the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic on March 6. The 4 p.m. ET game will be played at M&T Bank Stadium, home of the Baltimore Ravens, in Baltimore, Md. The Irish will play in the last game of the tripleheader that also features Maryland vs. Duke and Johns Hopkins vs. Princeton. Syracuse is scheduled to play Princeton at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic on April 10. The 6:30 p.m. ET game will be aired on ESPNU, and played at the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. The tripleheader also features Delaware vs. Hofstra in game one and North Carolina vs. Virginia in the day’s second game. Georgetown will play Massachusetts in the inaugural ESPNU Invitational on April 24. The 1:30 p.m. contest will be aired on ESPNU, and played at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Conn. The doubleheader also features Denver vs. Fairfield in the earlier game.

THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE ON THE WEB

www.bigeast.org www.facebook.com/bigeastconference www.twitter.com/BigEastConf www.twitter.com/BigEastChamps On September 1, 2007, the BIG EAST Conference launched its stateof-the-art Web site, which is now managed by NeuLion/JumpTV Sports. The site retained the conference’s familiar web address – www.bigeast.org – and continues to be an excellent source for the latest news and stories on happenings around the BIG EAST, including the seven men’s lacrosse schools. This new site is also a reliable source for new extensive video coverage on BIGEAST.tv, the online home for live and on-demand streaming video, including live games and highlights from select BIG EAST men’s lacrosse games. Up-to-the-minute standings, along with team-by-team and composite results are also updated at the conclusion of each game. National polls, weekly award winners and team notebooks are updated each week. The Media Guide along with an in-depth Records & History Section are located on each sport’s page. Logos for every BIG EAST team and the conference marks can also be accessed.


JIM STAGNITTA HEAD COACH Jim Stagnitta is set to begin his ninth season at the helm of the Rutgers University men’s lacrosse team and 21st overall as a head coach.

As one of the winningest active coaches in the country, Stagnitta has re-established Rutgers as one of the nation's elite lacrosse programs during his tenure ‘On the Banks.’ In 21 years of coaching, Stagnitta has won 63 percent of his games, 14th best among active coaches. During his time at Rutgers, Stagnitta has led the Scarlet Knights to back-to-back NCAA Tournament berths (2003, 2004) and victories over 11 ranked opponents. In March of 2004, Stagnitta earned his 150th career win and he enters this season with 178 total collegiate victories. Upon his hiring in October of 2001, Stagnitta inherited the youngest team in Division I.

The growing pains in 2002 soon paid dividends as Rutgers stormed out of the gates 7-0 in the 2003 season and made the rest of the country take notice with impressive wins over No. 3 Massachusetts, No. 4 Syracuse, No. 10 Navy, No. 13 Towson and No. 17 UMBC. On the strength of a 10-4 regular season record, Rutgers advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1991, and Stagnitta was rewarded by being named the 2003 USILA National Coach of the Year. After leading the Scarlet Knights to the biggest turnaround in Division I lacrosse in ‘03, Stagnitta and his team proved its storybook season was no fluke by finishing 8-6 overall and earning an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament in 2004. The season was highlighted by a 14-10 victory over eventual national champion Syracuse at Yurcak Field, which marked the first time in program history that RU had

WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES IN DIVISION I

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 12. 13. 14. 15.

(heading into 2010 season) Name, School Record John Desko, Syracuse 134-42 Bill Tierney, Denver 272-93 David Urick, Georgtown 322-111 Jeff Tambroni, Cornell 97-34 Dave Pietramala, John Hopkins 129-47 Don Starsia, Virginia 300-111 Dave Cottle, Maryland 267-111 Scott Nelson, Marist 215-96 Kevin Corrigan, Notre Dame 206-111 John Danowski, Duke 268-147 Las Tiffany, Brown 48-27 Don Zimmerman, UMBC 198-114 Tony Seaman, Towson 253-148 Jim Stagnitta, Rutgers 182-107 Jim Nagle, Colgate 137-88

Pct. .7614 .7452 .7436 .7405 .7330 .7299 .7063 .6913 .6498 .6458 .6400 .6346 .6309 .6298 .6089

defeated Syracuse in consecutive seasons. The Scarlet Knights were ranked in the USILA Top 15 the entire season, climbing as high as No. 4 for two weeks in March. Ravaged by injuries, Stagnitta's 2005 squad posted a 4-9 record against one of the toughest schedules in the country. An 8-5 victory over Princeton on April 9 helped RU end a 16-year drought against

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• Has guided five players to All-America honors.

• Earned back-to-back NCAA Tournament at-large bids (2003, 2004). • Has defeated 11 ranked opponents, including wins over Syracuse in consecutive years (2003, 2004).

• Finished the regular season with a Top 10 national ranking from the USILA in consecutive seasons (2003, 2004).

• Rutgers’ 18 wins in 2003 and 2004 were the most in a two-year span since 1989-90. • His summer high school tournaments were ranked in the top five by ESPN.com. • Nine players have been selected for the prestigious North/South All-Star game.

the Tigers.

In his first five recruiting classes, Stagnitta has been able to attract some of the best players from New Jersey and other traditionally lacrosse-rich states, including New York and Maryland. The 2006 team was a bounce here or a break there away from having a record that was much better than the final 5-9 mark would suggest. Rutgers’ lineup featured six freshmen and the squad dropped four one-goal games. The Scarlet Knights again played one of the nation’s most challenging schedules, including games against four NCAA Tournament teams, two of which advanced to the Final Four (Syracuse and Massachusetts).

The 2007 squad, which faced four ranked opponents, won two more ECAC contests than the previous year to finish with a 7-6 overall record and a 4-3 mark in conference play. It was the first winning season for the program since 2004 and earned Rutgers a final ranking of 18 in the USILA Poll and a No. 19 spot in the Nike/Inside Lacrosse rankings.

The 2008 Rutgers men's lacrosse season was chock-full of closely contested games against some of the best competition in the country. Rutgers finished the year 6-7 overall and took home third place in the ECAC with a 4-3 conference mark. The Scarlet Knights faced eight opponents that were ranked in the top 20, including six squads who made appearances in the top 10 and three in the top five. Each of Rutgers' seven losses were to nationally ranked teams. The Scarlet Knights picked up their biggest win of the season on Feb. 24 when RU breezed past No. 11 UMBC, 13-4. UMBC ended the year ranked No. 6. Several postseason accolades followed the 2008 season as Kory Kelly earned ECAC Co-Rookie of the Year, Justin Pennington was named an Honorable Mention All-American and Brian Shemesh captured gold with the men’s lacrosse U-19 USA squad.


HEAD COACH JIM STAGNITTA COACH STAGNITTA’S YEAR-BY-YEAR HEAD COACHING RECORDS

The injury bug hit RU’s 2009 squad harder than most years and despite some heavily contested games against ranked squads, including a 5-4 win over No. 14 Hobart, the Scarlet Knights finished with a 4-11 record and 2-5 mark in conference play in their final season in the ECAC. RU finished with high marks off the field as the ECAC recognized Rutgers for its academic performance as it had a conferencebest eight student-athletes on the 2009 All-ECAC Academic Team. As a by-product of his team's success, several of Stagnitta's players have earned conference and national awards. In 2006, goalie Greg Havalchak, who was part of Stagnitta's first recruiting class, was selected in the 2006 Major League Lacrosse draft by the Baltimore Bayhawks as the 32nd overall pick. The 2003 ECAC and Inside Lacrosse Rookie of the Year, Havalchak earned Second Team All-America honors from the USILA in 2004, while finishing second nationally in save percentage and fourth in goals-against average. Attackman Devon Britts, who finished his Scarlet Knights career with 21 goals and seven assists, was also selected in the 2006 Major League Lacrosse Draft by the Los Angeles Riptide as the 45th pick in the draft.

Several other Scarlet Knights have also gone on to their careers with Major League Lacrosse teams. Delby Powless, who scored 63 goals over his two-year Rutgers career, was a two-time USILA Honorable Mention All-America and was selected by the Buffalo Bandits with the first overall pick in the 2004 National Lacrosse League Draft. Twotime All-ECAC selection Chris O’Dougherty was selected in the fourth round (31st overall) of the 2009 Major League Lacrosse Draft . He was chosen by the Denver Outlaws. Nine of Stagnitta's players - Brad Kerwin (2002), Nick Schmidt (2003), Jeff Duca (2003), Joe Duncan (2004), Powless (2004), Jamie Lovejoy (2005),Havalchak (2006), Colin Checcio (2007) and O’Dougherty (2009) - have played in the prestigious North/South AllStar Classic. Stagnitta coached the South squad in the 2009. Off the field, Stagnitta served for two years as the President of the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association, which is the governing body of college lacrosse and was honored as the 2005 USILA Man of the Year. During the summer, he is the director of the MVP Lacrosse camps, which are held in New Jersey.

During the summer, Stagnitta and his staff run numerous camps on the Rutgers’ Campus. In Feb. 2009, ESPN.com’s High School Lacrosse writer Brett Hughes listed Rutgers camps as one of the top five sites for summer tournaments. A perennial winner in the sport of lacrosse as a player and coach, Stagnitta arrived in Piscataway after molding Washington & Lee University into one of the most dominant programs at the NCAA

Year 1990 1991

School Washington & Lee Washington & Lee

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Washington & Lee Washington & Lee Washington & Lee Washington & Lee Washington & Lee Washington & Lee

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Washington & Lee Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers (20 years)

14 2 10 8 4 5 7 6 4 182

1 12 5 6 9 9 6 7 11 107

Post-Season ODAC Champions, NCAA Quarterfinals ODAC Champions NCAA Quarterfinals ODAC Champions ODAC Champions NCAA Quarterfinals ODAC Champions, NCAA Quarterfinals ODAC Champions, NCAA Semifinals NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament (.630)

Division III level. Stagnitta’s team at the Lexington, Va. school never lost more than five contests in his 12 seasons as head coach. Named the head coach of the Generals in November of 1989, he compiled a staggering 136-42 (.764) record at Washington & Lee, including 12-consecutive winning seasons and a 56-8 record (.875) from 1998-2001. The Generals won the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championship six times in Stagnitta's tenure and advanced to the NCAA Division III Quarterfinals in 1991, 1993, 1998, and 1999, and the NCAA Division III Semifinals in 2000. Stagnitta led his 1990 team to a 9-4 season and the Generals then won four ODAC championships in the next five seasons, making two NCAA Tournament appearances. Stagnitta guided Washington and Lee to the NCAA Quarterfinals in 1998 and 1999 with records of 13-3 and 13-2, before the Generals posted a 16-2 record and advanced to the Division III Final Four in 2000. In 2001, the Generals recorded a sterling 14-1 mark and were ranked No. 3 in the country. Stagnitta attended college at the University of Pennsylvania, where he spent time as both a player and coach. As a player, he was a three-year letterwinner and starting defenseman for the Quakers. Stagnitta led Penn to two Ivy League Championships, including the school's first-ever league title in 1983. Following graduation from Penn in 1984, Stagnitta coached at Hudson Valley Community College (New York) for a year. He then coached at the scholastic level for two seasons at Cicero-North Syracuse and Bishop Ludden High Schools before returning to the Quakers as an assistant coach under Tony Seaman, currently the head coach at Towson. Stagnitta helped the Quakers to consecutive NCAA Tournament berths, including a memorable Final Four run in 1988 when the underdog Quakers fell in the last minute to eventual national champion Syracuse. Penn won the 1988 Ivy championship and was 20-9 in Stagnitta’s two seasons as an assistant coach. Stagnitta, who earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Penn, and his wife Laurie, are the parents of Alexis and Matthew. They reside in Skillman, N.J.

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MEN’S LACROSSE COACHING STAFF JIM ROGALSKI

JASON BASSO

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH SIXTH SEASON

ASSISTANT COACH FOURTH SEASON

Jim Rogalski enters his sixth season with the Scarlet Knights and third as an associate head coach. In the past five seasons, Rogalski was involved in all aspects of the program, including scouting, game-planning, off-season conditioning and recruiting. Previously an assistant coach at Drexel University, Rogalski and head coach Jim Stagnitta were reunited after working together for two years at Washington and Lee (2000-01). Together, they experienced unprecedented success, guiding the Generals to a 20-3 overall record, a No. 1 national ranking in 2001 and the NCAA Division III National Semifinals in 2000. As the top assistant for the Dragons, Rogalski helped produce three players that earned All-Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) honors and one that was named the CAA Rookie of the Year. In his first season, Drexel finished 9-5 overall, the fourthhighest win total in school history. Drexel's 2004 season was highlighted by a 9-8 victory over 17th-ranked Delaware. A native of Arnold, Md., Rogalski was an assistant at Western New England in 1998 and Goucher College in 1999. He also coached for two seasons at St. Mary's, his alma mater. Additionally, Rogalski has served as an administrator and counselor at a number of camps and clinics throughout the Northeast and is the assistant director of MVP Lacrosse Camps. Rogalski graduated from St. Mary's College (Md.) in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in biology. He was a three-year starter and second team All-Capital Athletic Conference pick as a junior and a first-team selection as a senior. Rogalski and his wife Susie reside in Milltown, N.J. The couple are proud parents of Ella, born on July 30, 2009.

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A former Rutgers lacrosse player, Jason Basso begins his fourth season as an assistant coach with the men's lacrosse program.

Basso comes to the Scarlet Knights with several years of coaching experience already under his belt. He was a volunteer assistant coach with the Rutgers lacrosse program from 200304, and from 2005-06 was the assistant coach at Hartwick College.

Basso was involved in all aspects of the team at Hartwick, from defense, to recruiting, to strength and conditioning. Additionally, in 2006, Basso served as an assistant coach with the Iroquois National Team at the World Lacrosse Championships, where he worked primarily with the defense. Basso, a native of Hicksville, N.Y. and a graduate of Rutgers, played two seasons for the Scarlet Knights, one under the direction of Stagnitta. A two-year letterwinner, he was the 2002 recipient of the Knight Cup, awarded to the player "who has played the game of lacrosse to the best of his ability, who has, by example, led his teammates both on and off the field and who, above all, has consistently demonstrated the qualities of unselfishness and loyalty to his team and Rutgers University." Basso played primarily defense and long-stick midfield for the Scarlet Knights.


SUPPORT STAFF BOB GILMARTIN

CHRIS D’ ANDREA

STRENGTH COACH

ATHLETIC TRAINER Chris D’Andrea enters his fifth year as an athletic trainer at Rutgers.

Bob Gilmartin joined the Rutgers strength and conditioning staff in July 2001. Gilmartin works closely with the Scarlet Knight football, men’s lacrosse and women’s lacrosse programs. A 1989 graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Gilmartin earned a bachelors degree in management. He is a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a USAW Level 1 Club Coach. Gilmartin has served as a strength and conditioning coach at Serie A Soccer Academy since September 1997, and trained the 1998 and 1999 State Champion Medford Strikers, including former Scarlet Knights women’s soccer player and US Olympic gold medalist Carli Lloyd. He also trained the 2001 and 2002 State Champion PDA Splash, including women’s National Soccer Team member Heather O’Reilly.

the Philadelphia Eagles.

Prior to working at Rutgers, D’Andrea was an assistant certified athletic trainer at Baldwin-Wallace College in conjunction with the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. He has also worked as a seasonal intern with the Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots and

D’Andrea is a 1994 graduate of Cincinnati and received his masters in Health Education from Ashland University in 2000. He is a NSCA certified strength and conditioning specialist and is an adjunct instructor for the Exercise Science Department at Rutgers.

Gilmartin graduated from Millis High School in Millis, Mass., where he played football and basketball for the Mohawks. He resides in Somerset, N.J.

With the remodeled Hale Center, including new sports medicine and weight room areas, the Scarlet Knights boast some of the best facilities in the nation.

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SUPPORT STAFF BILL BAILEY

ULY MOLINA

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

EQUIPMENT MANAGER

Bill Bailey is in his 11th year as an Athletic Academic Advisor for Rutgers. His office is located in the Hale Center and he advises softball, swimming and diving, wrestling and men’s lacrosse. Currently, Bailey coordinates student-athlete orientation and assists with book distribution for scholarship student-athletes. Further, he has played an integral role in the YES Clinics during the National Lacrosse Championships that have been hosted by Rutgers. Bailey graduated from Cook College with a business and environmental economics degree in 1994. While attending Rutgers, he participated on the varsity football team as a walk-on, starting four years in the backfield as tailback and fullback and earning a full scholarship. Bailey scored the first BIG EAST touchdown in 1991 and was named co-captain for the 1993 season.

The job of equipping the Scarlet Knights lacrosse team is an undertaking headed by Uly Molina. Molina is in his 10th season working with the men’s lacrosse program. Molina is responsible for the daily suiting-up of the lacrosse squad, and is also responsible for the care, repair, and distribution of all equipment. Molina graduated from Rutgers in 1990 with a bachlor’s degree in sports management. Upon graduation, he worked in the RU ticket office before moving to equipment. Molina and his wife, Denise, reside in Somerville, N.J., and are the parents of a six year-old daughter, Isabella.

Bailey is one of 10 children and currently resides in Somerset, N.J.

The Scarlet Knights benefit from the use of several state-ofthe-art computer labs (right), which are reserved for student-athletes only. Each lab has the latest computer technology, black and white and color printers and the fastest internet connections available.

Kevin MacConnell Deputy Director of Athletics

Kate Hickey Sr. Associate Athletic Director/SWA

Natalie Migliaro Sr. Associate Athletic Director

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Doug Kokoskie Sr. Assoc. Athletic Director for Operations

Matt Colagiovanni Assistant Director of Athletics/Operations For Olympic Sports

Jaime Johnson Assoc. Athletic Director/Compliance

John Ternyila Sr. Assoc. Athletic Director/Finance

Alex Restrepo Athletic Communications

Barbara Spicuzzo Lacrosse Secretary


No. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 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 37 39 40 41 42 43 44

Name Gerhard Buehning* Edward Bartleson Brendan Porter Nicholas Zerrillo Zachary Zenda Michael Diehl Sean Hover William Olin Hunter Burnard Joseph Donnelly Duncan Clancy Tad Stanwick* Taylor Vickers-Annis Daniel Ingraldi Anthony Terranova Rudy Butler Kevin Hover Adam Goldberg Matthew Klimchak Justin Pennington Will Mangan Chris Mattes Stephen Belichick Drew Engelhardt Michael Stagnitta Steven Watson Brian Shemesh Alexander Ball Scott Klimchak Christopher Zybrick Kory Kelly Steve Shemesh Jacob Fradkin Chris Neinstedt Erik Stilley Andrew D’Agostino Greg Teatom Zachary Donnelly Salvatore Carfaro Jonathan Lefferts Ryan Warnick

2010 NUMERICAL ROSTER Pos. M D M M M M D G M G A A LSM LSM M G A A M M M M LSM LSM A M D M A D A M D D M D M M M A D

Cl. Sr. R-Fr, Sr. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. R-Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Sr. R-So. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So.

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

Wt. 195 182 215 175 175 225 200 185 160 160 190 170 208 175 155 205 195 175 180 200 170 200 180 205 165 175 190 170 180 210 220 175 195 230 195 205 160 165 210 175 180

Head Coach: Jim Stagnitta (Penn '84 - Ninth Season) Associate Head Coach: Jim Rogalski (St. Mary’s College ‘97 - Sixth Season) Assistant Coach: Jason Basso (Rutgers ‘04 - Fourth Season) *2010 Captains

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Hometown/Previous School Seton Hall Prep/Essex Fells, N.J. Montclair Kimberly Acad./Morristown, N.J. Columbia/Maplewood, N.J. Central Square/Brewerton, N.Y. South Brunswick/Monmouth Jct., N.J. Hunterdon Central/Flemington, N.J. Montgomery/Belle Mead, N.J. Horseheads HS/Horseheads, N.Y. Binghamton HS/Binghamton, N.Y. Radnor/Newtown Sq., Pa. Lawrenceville School/Princeton, N.J. Boy’s Latin/Baltimore, Md. Princeton HS/Princeton, N.J. Morristown-Beard School/Clifton, N.J. Hunterdon Central/Flemington, N.J. Montgomery/Belle Mead, N.J. Montgomery/Belle Mead, N.J. Fayetteville Manlius/Fayetteville, N.Y. A.L. Johnson HS /Clark, N.J. Hunterdon Central/Flemington, N.J. Columbia/Maplewood, N.J. Westfield/Westfield, N.J. Rivers Academy/Weston, Mass. Ridge HS/Far Hills, N.J. Central Square/Brewerton, N.Y. Montgomery/Belle Mead, N.J. Immaculata/Hillsborough, N.J. Arundel HS/Crofton, Md. A.L. Johnson HS /Clark, N.J. Kinnelon HS/Kinnelon, N.J. South Brunswick/Princeton, N.J. Immaculata/Hillsborough, N.J. St. Paul’s School/Owings Mills, Md. Kinnelon HS/Kinnelon, N.J. Shawnee/Medford, N.J. Christian Bros. Academy/Syracuse, N.Y. Massapequa HS/Massapequa, N.Y. Radnor HS/Newtown Sq., Pa. West Morris HS/Long Valley, N.J. .Moorestown/Mt. St. Mary’s/Moorestown, N.J Mountain Lakes/Boonton Twp., N.J.

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE GERHARD BUEHNING......Gare-hard Bue-ning Kevin & Sean HOVER ..............................HOVE-er Andrew D’AGOSTINO ..................Dee-ag-O-stino


2010 OUTLOOK

Senior Led Squad “Anxious” For First Season as BIG EAST Member The Rutgers men’s lacrosse team enters its ninth season under head coach Jim Stagnitta and its first as a member of the BIG EAST conference.

MIDFIELD

Alexander Ball Gerhard Buehning Hunter Burnard Salvatore Carfaro Michael Diehl Zachary Donnelly Matthew Klimchak Will Mangan Chris Mattes Justin Pennington Brendan Porter Steve Shemesh Erik Stilley Greg Teatom Anthony Terranova Steven Watson Zachary Zenda Nicholas Zerrillo

The Scarlet Knights return eight starters from last year’s squad and are led by 11 seniors. Despite a talented freshmen class, Stagnitta says the plethora of upperclassmen won’t force his team to rely on freshmen in key spots as in years past. “We normally counted on freshmen in pretty significant spots over the last few years, which they probably weren’t ready for,” said Stagnitta. “We are a little more balanced in everything we do this year. We are more confident and aggressive.”

The senior class is led by preseason Inside Lacrosse AllAmerican Honorable Mention and All-BIG EAST selection midfielder Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.). Pennington is the returning leader in points (32) and assists (16) for the Scarlet Knights. Stagnitta says his highly-touted midfielder understands what is expected of him in 2010.

Kory Kelly

“Justin had a great fall and has stepped into a leadership role this season,” said Stagnitta. “He has picked up what he does on a daily basis. He is the guy that makes us go. He and Gerhard Buehning (Essex Fells, N.J.) are two big athletic midfielders that can run the field. We expect a lot out of them this season.”

ATTACK

Duncan Clancy Adam Goldberg Kevin Hover Kory Kelly Scott Klimchak` Jonathan Lefferts Michael Stagnitta Tad Stanwick

Seniors Buehning and Tad Stanwick (Baltimore, Md.) were elected as co-captains for the season. Both played in all 15 games last season. Buehning earned the Frederick Fitch Award last season after showing the most improvement in 2009. The midfielder was second on the squad in goals with 17. Stanwick earned 12 starts last season and tallied seven points on four goals and three assists. He leads a group of eight attackmen that Stagnitta believes is the squad’s most improved position. “Our attackmen’s progress is what I have been the most pleased with because we haven’t been dynamic there in the last few years,” said Stagnitta. “We relied heavily on our midfield to create offense. Stephen Belichick From our scrimmages, our attack Drew Engelhardt has been consistent and able to Daniel Ingraldi create a lot of opportunities. Kory Taylor Vickers-Annis Kelly maybe the most improved player. He always scored goals, but now he can do other things.”

LSM

Despite the heavy upperclassmen presence, a few freshmen are expected to make their presence known in 2010, including freshman goalie Rudy Butler (Belle Mead, N.J.), who is challenging three-year starter Billy Olin (Horseheads, N.Y.) for RU’s most important defensive position. Butler spent three years as a varsity player at Montgomery High School. During his senior year, earned Second Team All-State honors and was the Skyland Conference Player of the Year. Stagnitta said after the team’s scrimmage against No. 10/10 Hofstra last Saturday that it was “50-50” on who would be the starter in the season opener on Saturday, Feb. 21, at Wagner. “Rudy is a big kid and very good in the clearing game,” said Stagnitta. “He can make some big saves. Certainly Billy has the experience but it has been neck-and-neck so far. We will have to wait and see.”

GOALIE

Rudy Butler Joe Donnelly William Olin

Whoever is in the net, they will face some of the nation’s elite squads this season. Following the Wagner game, Rutgers will begin their home slate the following weekend when they welcome No. 14/11 UMBC on Feb. 27 at 3 p.m. RU will open the BIG EAST season on the road againstNo. 9/9 Notre Dame on March 27 at noon.

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2010 OUTLOOK

Along with UMBC and Notre Dame, RU will face three other squads that were listed in the preseason polls with No. 13/13 Georgetown (May 1), No. 8/7 Princeton (April 13) and No. 1/1 Syracuse (April 18).

DEFENSE

Edward Bartleson Andrew D’Agostino Jacob Fradkin Sean Hover Chris Neinstedt Brian Shemesh Ryan Warnick Christopher Zybric

Stagnitta says his team has embraced the highly-regarded scheduled as part of being a member of the newly formed BIG EAST and is ready for the road ahead.

“We have seen most of these teams in the past, but it’s a competitive league from top to bottom,” said the 21-year coach. “It is really exciting finally being a part of the BIG EAST. It is something we have worked on for the past a couple of years. It is nice to see it come through this year. “This team feels like they have a lot to prove. This is a group of seniors that we haven’t had in a long time. That brings a whole different attitude to the table and this team has a lot of potential.”

Justin Pennington

RUTGERS MEN’S LACROSSE 2010 SCHEDULE DATE Fri. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sat. Sat. Tues. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Tues. Sun. Sun. Sat. Sun.

Feb. 5 Feb. 13 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 March 6 March 13 March 16 March 20 March 27 April 3 April 10 April 13 April 18 April 25 May 1 May 9

OPPONENT LAFAYETTE/HARTFORD (scrim.) HOFSTRA (scrim.) Wagner UMBC ST. JOSEPH’S PENN STATE MARIST Army Notre Dame* ST. JOHN’S* Jacksonville Princeton SYRACUSE* VILLANOVA* Georgetown* Providence*

Home games in BOLD CAPS *Indicates BIG EAST games

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LOCATION Piscataway, N.J. Piscataway, N.J. Staten Island, N.Y. Piscataway, N.J. Piscataway, N.J. Piscataway, N.J. Piscataway, N.J. West Point, N.Y. Notre Dame, Ind. Piscataway, N.J. Jacksonville, Fla. Princeton, N.J. Piscataway, N.J. Piscataway, N.J. Washington, D.C. Providence, R.I

TIME 10 a.m./2 p.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. Noon Noon 3 p.m. Noon 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m.


EDWARD

BARTLESON D • R-Fr. • 6-2 • 182 Montclair Kimberly Acad./ Morristown, N.J. 2009 (Freshman): Received a redshirt for the season. Prior to Rutgers: Was a standout defenseman at Montclair Kimberley Academy in Morristown, N.J. … Named Second-Team Group B All-State and was also chosen as a First-Team All-Rizk Division selection as a junior during the 2007 season … In his senior campaign in 2008, received All Conference accolades … A three-year varsity starter in lacrosse and a four-year varsity starter in hockey … Served as a team captain in both sports during his senior season … Named a National Merit Commended Scholar … Parents are Stephanie and Edward Bartleson … Born May 11, 1990.

STEPHEN

BELICHICK LSM • Jr. • 5-11 • 180 Rivers Academy/Weston, Mass.

2009 (Sophomore): Saw action in seven games … Scooped up a ground ball at No. 5 Syracuse on April 11. 2008 (Freshman): Played in five games for the Scarlet Knights … He was part of a RU defense that ranked 27th nationally in scoring defense and 28th in man-down defense … Scooped three ground balls and caused one turnover … Had a season-high two ground balls against Manhattan on April 18. Prior to Rutgers: Was named the team captain during his final two years at Rivers High School … Named to the All-ISL Team during his senior campaign … Played football for Rivers … Named captain of the team in his senior year … Named to the All-ISL Team … Played one prep season at Northfield Mount Hermon … Selected to the New England All-Star game … Has a brother Brian and sister Amanda … Parents are Bill Belichick and Debby Clarke … Father is the current head coach of the New England Patriots and has led the Patriots to three Super Bowl Championships … Family has a strong history of lacrosse as his father Bill played football and lacrosse at Wesleyan University and his sister Amanda played lacrosse at Wesleyan University and is currently an assistant lacrosse coach at UMass … Born March 25, 1987.

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GERHARD

BUEHNING M • Sr. • 6-2 • 195 Seton Hall Prep/Essex Fells, N.J.

2010 (Senior): Named a co-captain, along with Tad Stanwick, for the season. 2009 (Junior): Played in all 15 games with four starts … Earned RU’s Frederick Fitch Award, which goes to the varsity letterwinner that has shown the greatest improvement during the season … Second on the team in goals (17) … Tallied 20 points, which ranked fourth on the squad … Third on the team in shots on goal (37) … Scored two man-up goals … Tallied a career-high four goals in the season finale against No. 15 UMass on May 2 … Scored a goal against Penn State in a match that was played in front of 2,500 fans at Rutgers Stadium on April 18 … Scored two goals at eventual NCAA Champion Syracuse on April 11 … Notched three points on two goals and one assist against No. 16 Loyola on April 4 … Scored Rutgers’ first goal against No. 5 Princeton on March 24. 2008 (Sophomore): Played a major role in the Scarlet Knights’ offense during his sophomore campaign … Played in 13 games and started 12 … Posted 21 points, third-best on the team … Tallied 13 goals and eight assists, both fourth-best on the squad … Had four manup goals on the year … Scooped 18 ground balls, which was good for sixth on the team … Second on the squad with seven caused turnovers ... Posted a career-high five points against Manhattan on April 1 … Scored a season-high three goals against both Manhattan and Hobart … Had two or more assists in three different games … Took a seasonhigh 10 shots against Fairfield on March 8 … Had six shots on goal, a season best, against Army on March 15 at Texas Stadium … Scooped a season-high three ground balls against both Manhattan and in the season opener against UMBC … Caused a season-best two turnovers against UMBC … Named to the ECAC Honor Roll twice during the 2008 season. 2007 (Freshman): Competed in five games as a freshman and started three contests … Recorded a goal and an assist for two points … Got off 20 shots, eight of which were on goal … Tallied two ground balls. Prior to Rutgers: Earned Second Team All-State honors as a senior … Also named to All-Fitch First Team … Was named Seton Hall’s top middle as a senior … Earned First Team Iron Hills honors as a junior … Named Seton Hall’s top attackman as a junior … Named to AllSophomore Team … Played hockey for Seton Hall … Parents are Kim and Fritz Buehning … born Sept. 11, 1988.


HUNTER

BURNARD M • Sr. • 5-9 • 160 Binghamton/Binghamton, N.Y.

2009 (Junior): Named to the 2009 All-ECAC Academic team … Played in all 15 games with six starts … Tied for fourth on the team in assists with nine … Scored the game-winning goal against Wagner on March 31 … Scored two goals and dished out two assists in Rutgers’ 14-10 win at St. John’s on March 28. 2008 (Sophomore): Saw action in 12 games during his sophomore campaign … Scored five goals ... Second on the squad with nine assists … Sixth on the team with 14 points … Earned ECAC Honor Roll status on April 21 after recording four points on a season-high two goals and two assists in an 8-4 win at Penn State on April 20 … Dished out a season-best three assists, the best for any RU player in 2008 against Manhattan on April 1 … Had two or more assists on three separate occasions … Scooped five ground balls on the year … Honored with the Collins Family Academic Award given to the athlete with the greatest increase in GPA. 2007 (Freshman): Played in 12 of RU’s 13 games and made four starts as a freshman … Third among freshman in goals (2) and points (4) … Added two assists on the year, second among freshman … Seven of his 11 shots were on goal for a 63.6 percentage … Added four ground balls on the year. Prior to Rutgers: Four-year starter at Binghamton … Earned AllAmerica honors as a senior at Binghamton … Named Binghamton’s Offensive Player of the Year three times … His 2006 team won school’s first-ever sectional championship … Amassed 34 goals and 36 assists his senior season … Had 42 goals and 25 assists his junior year … Played football at Binghamton … Parents are Jack and Carol Burnard … born July 7, 1988.

ANDREW

D’AGOSTINO D • R-So. • 6-2 • 205 Christian Bros. Academy/ Syracuse, N.Y.

Prior to Rutgers: Was named an alternate to the 2006 Empire State Team and reached the Class B State Finals in 2006 … As a junior, scooped up 103 ground balls, earned All-League honors and was also named a member of the Third-Team All-Central N.Y. team … As a senior grabbed All-League honors and was named Second Team AllCentral N.Y … Parents are James and Stephanie D’Agostino … Dad played lacrosse at Bowling Green University … Majoring in pharmacy at Rutgers … Born April 17, 1989.

MICHAEL

DIEHL M • So. • 6-3 • 225 Hunterdon Central/ Flemington, N.J. 2009 (Freshman): Played in all 15 games with 13 starts … Third on the squad in points (21) … Fourth on the team in goals (14) and shots on goal (28) … Finished fifth on the team in assists (7) and shots (51) … Dished out an assist against Penn State in a match that was played in front of 2,500 fans at Rutgers Stadium on April 18th … Scored the game-winning goal in a 14-10 victory at St. John’s on March 28 … Scored two goals to notch his fourth two-goal game of the season and dished out the game-winning assist in a 5-4 win at No. 14 Hobart on March 21 … Posted two goals at St. Joseph’s on Feb. 28 … Notched two goals and an assist in Rutgers’ first win of the season at Manhattan on Feb. 18 … Scored two goals in the season opener against Villanova on Feb. 14. Prior to Rutgers: Named to 2008 High School Boy’s Lacrosse AllAmerica Team … selected as one of the top 100 incoming freshman by Inside Lacrosse … Four-year letterman and three-year starter at Hunterdon Central High School … As a junior he was named to the New Jersey Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association Division A All-State Second-Team and to the All-Skyland Conference First-Team … Led his team with 49 goals and 25 assists during the 2007 season … Was a three-year football letterman and named to the Star Ledger First Team All-State team as a linebacker … Was a three-time New Jersey Group 4 state lacrosse champion and a two-time New Jersey Group 4 state football champion … Parents are Matty and Gary Diehl … Born Feb. 9, 1990.

2009 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in all 15 games … Led the team in caused turnovers with 18 … Scooped 45 ground balls, which ranked third on the squad … Fifth on the team in shots on goal percentage (.750) … Tallied a season-high six ground balls against No. 9 UMBC on Feb. 21 and against Penn State on April 18. 2008 (Freshman): Redshirted as a defenseman … Did not see any game action.

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DREW

ADAM

ENGELHARDT

GOLDBERG

LSM • Sr. • 6-3 • 205 Ridge/Far Hills, N.J.

2009 (Junior): Sat out the season due to medical reasons. 2008 (Sophomore): Saw action in nine games during his sophomore campaign … Picked up one groundball and caused a turnover as part of a RU defense that ranked 27th nationally in scoring defense and 28th in man-down defense. 2007 (Freshman): Played in 10 games as a freshman on RU’s defensive unit … Picked up eight ground balls and caused one turnover. Prior to Rutgers: Anchored Ridge’s defense while amassing 10 goals, five assists, and 320 ground balls during prep career … Earned First Team All-State B Division and First Team All-Area honors his junior and senior years after scoring four goals and totaling 119 ground balls … Also played football at Ridge where he was a member of the All-County First Team as a junior and All-Conference First Team as a senior … Parents are Mark and Laura Engelhardt … Born May 9, 1988.

JACOB

A • Sr. • 6-0 • 175 Fayetteville Manlius/ Fayettebille, N.Y. 2009 (Junior): Played in 11 games including three starts … Started against Army (March 14), Hobart (March 21) and UMass (May 2) … Named to the 2009 All-ECAC Academic team … Scored two goals on nine shots on goal. 2008 (Sophomore): Saw action in five contests for Rutgers, including a start against Penn State on April 20 … Scored two goals while recording five shots on goal … Scooped two ground balls during the year, both at Penn State on April 20 … Took a season-high four shots at Manhattan on April 1, getting two on goal and scoring on one. 2007 (Freshman): Appeared in five games for the Scarlet Knights as a freshman … Scored one goal … Three of his four shots were on goal for a .750 SOG percentage … Posted one groundball on the year. Prior to Rutgers: Three-year varsity starter at Fayetteville-Manlius … Was team’s leading scorer as a junior and senior … Netted 49 goals and had 23 assists his senior season for 72 total points … Was named First Team All-League CNY as a senior … Earned Second Team All-League CNY honors as a junior … Parents are Robin and Neil Goldberg … Born Aug. 10, 1987.

FRADKIN D • So. • 6-2 • 195 St. Paul’s School/ Owings Mills, Md. 2009 (Freshman): Played in all 15 games, including 13 starts … Fifth on the team in caused turnovers with 11 … Scooped up a season-high three ground balls at Manhattan (Feb. 18) and at UMBC (Feb. 21). Prior to Rutgers: Standout defenseman on the St. Paul’s High School lacrosse team in Brooklandville, Md. … Member of the 2008 MSLCA Maryland Senior All-Star lacrosse game … led St. Paul’s to the junior varsity lacrosse championship in 2005 as a freshman ... Was a twoyear member of the varsity lacrosse squad and a two-way star on the varsity football team ... Honored with the McCormick Unsung Hero Award from the football team … Earned numerous Player of the Game awards ... Named to the Headmasters list each year of high school by maintaining above a 3.5 grade point average … Named to the Cum Laude Society in 2008 … Member of the national modern language honor society in Spanish … Parents are Patricia and Steven Fradkin … Born July 11, 1990.

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KEVIN

HOVER A • So. • 5-11 • 195 Montgomery/Belle Mead, N.J.

2009 (Freshman): Played in 10 games and started two of them … Scored five points with three goals and two assists … 11 of his 18 shots (.611) were on goal … Scored his first goal of the season in the ECAC opener at Fairfield on March 7. Prior to Rutgers: Selected as one of the top-100 incoming freshmen by Inside Lacrosse … starred at Montgomery High School in both lacrosse and ice hockey … Led his lacrosse team to the 2007 Group 3 State Championship, while scoring 65 goals and adding 29 assists ... The lefty ended the year in the top-10 in scoring in the state of New Jersey ... The Cougars ended the year ranked fifth in the state … Captain of his lacrosse and ice hockey teams during his senior year … Named to the New Jersey Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association All-America Team, First Team All-State, First Team All Skyland Conference and the Bianchi Division Player of the Year … Named in Inside Lacrosse as a ‘Scorpion USA Top 50 Senior’ … Third team All-State in ice hockey … Made the Honor Roll every marking period and has been in the National Honor Society for two years … Has an older sister, Meghan, and two older brothers, Mickey and Sean … Mickey is an assistant lacrosse coach at Gwynedd-Mercy College and Sean is a defenseman for the Scarlet Knights … Parents are Denise and Mike Hover … Dad played baseball at Rutgers and Mom played lacrosse for the Scarlet Knights … Born Feb. 14, 1990.

SEAN

HOVER D • Sr. • 6-1 • 200 Montgomery/Belle Mead, N.J.

2009 (Junior): Played in 12 games … Named to the 2009 All-ECAC Academic team … Scooped up a ground ball at Wagner on March 31. 2008 (Sophomore): Saw action in five games during his sophomore season … Helped to contribute to a defense that was ranked 27th nationally in scoring defense and 28th in man-down defense. 2007 (Freshman): Provided depth to a top-notch defensive unit … Appeared in two games on the year. Prior to Rutgers: Finished senior season with 25 goals, 10 assists, and 99 ground balls … earned Academic All-American and First Team AllSkyland Conference honors … Was Named to the All-Trenton Times First Team as a junior … Totaled 61 goals and 29 assists at Montgomery … Played on the ice hockey team, and was a member of the cross country team at Montgomery … Earned Star Ledger Central

Player of the Year honors in hockey … Parents are Denise and Mike Hover … Dad played baseball at Rutgers and Mom played lacrosse … Has a sister, Meghan, and two brothers, Mickey and Kevin … Mickey is an assistant lacrosse coach at Gwynedd-Mercy College and Kevin is a attackman for the Scarlet Knights ... Born Dec. 5, 1987.

KORY

KELLY A • Jr. • 6-5 • 220 South Brunswick/Princeton, N.J.

2009 (Sophomore): Played in 15 games, starting nine … Led the team in goals (27), shots (83), shots on goal (50) and man-up goals (9) … Fifth on the team in shot percentage (.325) … Netted two goals in the season finale against No. 15 UMass on May 2 … Scored a goal against Penn State in a match that was played in front of 2,500 fans at Rutgers Stadium on April 18 … Posted his third-straight hat trick in Rutgers’ dominating 17-1 win over Wagner on March 31 … Scored four goals at St. John’s to lead the Scarlet Knights to a 14-10 conference win on March 28 … Tallied his third hat trick of the season against No. 5 Princeton on March 24 … Scored a team-best two goals and dished out an assist in ECAC opener at Fairfield on March 7 … Notched two goals at Saint Joseph’s on Feb. 28 … Tied a career high in goals with four against No. 9 UMBC on March 21 … Tallied a team-high three goals in a win at Manhattan on Feb. 18 … Selected to the 2009 Preseason All-ECAC Team. 2008 (Freshman): Named the ECAC Co-Rookie of the Year … Won the Al Twitchell Award given out by the team to the top freshman … Ranked 42nd in the country with 1.9 goals per game … Led the team with 24 goals and ranked sixth in the conference with 12 league game tallies … Was named ECAC Rookie of the Week on four separate occasions … Led the Scarlet Knights and was fifth in the conference in goals per game … Led the team with 85 shots … Recorded team-best four hat tricks … Second on the team and eighth in the ECAC with 2.46 points per game … Tied for eighth in the league with one game winning goal … Second in the ECAC with 6.54 shots per game … Tied for sixth in the league with four man-up goals … Dished out two assists, caused three turnovers and scooped four ground balls during the year … Scored his season-high four goals, including three in the final seven minutes to give RU a 7-6 win over Massachusetts (April 3) … Recorded his first four-point game of his career against Hobart (March 21) with three goals and an assist … Scooped a season-best two ground balls versus Manhattan (April 1) … Caused a season-high two turnovers against Fairfield (March 8) … Had three goals or more against UMBC, Army, Hobart and Massachusetts. Prior to Rutgers: Was named to the All-State Second Team and the AllDivision First Team as a sophomore at South Brunswick HS … Missed his junior season due to a knee injury … Set school records with 77 goals and 100 points during his senior campaign … Ended his career at South Brunswick with 173 goals and 216 points in just three years of play, both school records … Received numerous accolades including being named a high school All-American and to the All-State, All-Division and All-Conference Teams … Was the Home News Tribune’s Player of the Year and a Senior Gill Gibbs All-Star selection … Named to Inside Lacrosse's Top 100 Incoming Freshman list … Has two sisters, Kacy and Kayla … Parents are Timothy and Michelle Kelly … Majoring in labor studies at Rutgers … Born April 11, 1989.

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JONATHAN

LEFFERTS A • So. • 5-9 • 175 Moorestown/Moorestown, N.J.

2009 (Freshman): Played in 10 games and started five for Mount St. Mary’s University … Scored six points with four goals and two assists … Took 18 shots with 12 on goal (.667) Prior to Rutgers: Competed in lacrosse, swimming and football at Moorestown High School … Three –year letterman on the lacrosse team … Served as captain during his junior year … Received AllConference and All-County honors for football and lacrosse during his senior year … Parents are Roger and Elisabeth Lefferts … Has two siblings – Sarah and Martha … Born on Feb. 13, 1990 … Plans to major in exercise science/sports management.

WILL

MANGAN M • So. • 5-10 • 170 Columbia/Maplewood, N.J.

CHRIS

MATTES M • Jr. • 6-3 • 200 Westfield, N.J.

2009 (Sophomore): Competed in nine games … Won 69 of 115 face offs to finish second on the team in face off percentage (.600) … Placed fourth on the team in ground balls with 30 … Claimed victory in 16 of 23 face-off’s against No. 5 Princeton on March 24 … Won six face-offs against No. 20 Army on March 14. 2008 (Freshman): Saw action in six contests for the Scarlet Knights as a freshman … Was second on the squad in face-off wins (23-of-55) … Scooped five ground balls during the year … Had a season-best three ground balls at Penn State (April 20). Prior to Rutgers: A four-year starter in both lacrosse and soccer at Westfield High School … Set the career and single season groundball records en route to being First Team All-State, All-Area and All-Fitch Division at Westfield … Was named captain of both the lacrosse and soccer teams during his senior campaign … Selected First Team All-State and All-County after his senior soccer season … Has one sister, Lauren … Parents are Ray and Sue Mattes … Dad played football at Wagner College … Majoring in sports management … Born May 12, 1988.

CHRIS 2009 (Freshman): Played in 12 games and started in the season finale against UMass on May 2 … Took 11 shots and scooped 16 ground balls … Scored a goal against St. John’s on March 28 … Scored his first goal of the season against No. 20 Army on March 14. Prior to Rutgers: Named to the 2008 High School Boy’s Lacrosse All-America Team … Selected as one of the top 100 incoming freshmen by Inside Lacrosse … Standout midfielder and four-year letterman and starter at Columbia High School ... As a senior, tallied 59 goals and 31 assists … First Team All-Fitch Division and First Team All-Iron Hills Conference ... Named First Team All-State and CoPlayer of the Year in the Fitch Division … Team captain and MVP as a senior … During his junior season in 2007, tallied 39 goals, 15 assists and 133 ground balls ... Second Team All-State and named to the Garden State Team in 2007 … Has a younger brother Brett and younger sister Olivia … Parents are Monica and Bill Mangan … Born October 10, 1990.

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NEINSTEDT D • So. • 6-3 • 230 Kinnelon/Kinnelon, N.J.

2009 (Freshman): Saw action against Wagner on March 31. Prior to Rutgers: Was a four-year varsity letterman in both lacrosse and football at Kinnelon High School in Kennelon, N.J. … Played on the NJ State U-13 and U-15 All-State Teams and was captain of the 2006 Garden State Challenge Championship Team ... Named to the All-CHC Conference Second Team and captained his lacrosse team in each of his last two seasons ... On the gridiron, Neinstedt was named to the All-CHC Conference First Team in both his junior and senior seasons ... Named First-Team Group 1 All-State his last two years … Honored as the Suburban Trends Player of the Season as a senior … Parents are Barbara and Harry Neinstedt … Born Feb. 11, 1989.


BILLY

JUSTIN

G • Sr. • 5-9 • 185 Horseheads/Horseheads, N.Y.

M • Sr. • 5-11 • 200 Hunterdon Central/Flemington, N.J.

OLIN 2009 (Junior): Played in 13 games with 11 starts … Won four games … Compiled 103 saves … Picked up 18 ground balls … Named to the 2009 All-ECAC Academic team … Notched 14 saves against Penn State in a match that was played in front of 2,500 fans at Rutgers Stadium … Totaled seven saves at eventual NCAA Champion Syracuse … Gathered 11 saves, including 10 in the second half, in Rutgers match against No. 16 Loyola … Recorded eight saves in his first start of the season in Rutgers’ win at Manhattan. 2008 (Sophomore): One of only four Scarlet Knights to start all 13 games during the 2008 season ... Ranked 20th nationally with a 56.9 save percentage on the year … Placed 26th in the country allowing 8.77 goals per game … Recorded 144 saves … Earned ECAC co-Defensive Player of the Week after holding nationally ranked UMBC to only four goals (Feb. 24) … Garnered the same league honor after leading the Scarlet Knights to an 8-4 win at Penn State (April 20) … Third in the ECAC with 11.08 saves per game … Fourth on the team with 29 ground balls … Tallied a season-high 18 saves against Georgetown on April 26 … Named to the 2008 All-ECAC Academic Team. 2007 (Freshman): Played in nine games and started seven for the Scarlet Knights in goal … Recorded a team-leading 93 saves on the season and posted a 60.0 save percentage, which also led the team … Tallied a 6-3 record as RU’s goalkeeper … Had an 8.12 goals against average in his nine games played … Posted a career-high 18 saves in an 8-7 win over Penn State en route to being named the ECAC Defensive Player of the Week on April 24. Prior to Rutgers: Earned a varsity letter all four years at Horseheads … Finished his high school career with 1,324 saves (.667) and holds the all-time New York State career save record … Made 306 (.667) stops his senior season and picked-up 46 ground balls … Named an Under Armour All-American and an Inside Lacrosse Young Gun as a senior … Holds school record for saves in a season, game, and career … Earned Section Four All-Star honors in football as a strong safety … Parents are Nancy and Chuck … Born Jan. 27, 1988.

PENNINGTON 2010 (Senior): First Team All-BIG EAST and 2010 Inside Lacrosse All-American Honorable Mention. 2009 (Junior): Named to the All-ECAC First Team … Given the Alfred Sasser Award for the second straight year, which goes to the Scarlet Knight that dished out the most assists during the season … Competed in 14 games with eight starts … Led the team in points (82), assists (16) ground balls (64) and faceoff victories (70) … Took 82 shots, which ranked second on the team … Third on the squad in goals (16) … Scored a goal and dished out a game-high two assists in the season finale against No. 15 UMass on May 2 … Netted a season-high three goals and dished out an assist at Georgetown on April 25 … Notched two goals against Penn State on April 18 in a match that was played in front of 2,500 fans at Rutgers Stadium … Scored a goal at eventual NCAA Champion Syracuse on April 11 … Scored a goal and dished out a gamehigh three assists in Rutgers’ 14-10 win at St. John’s on March 28 … Scored the game-winning goal in a 5-4 win at No. 14 Hobart on March 21 … Scored two goals for the second time and tallied eight faceoff wins against No. 20 Army on March 14 … Dished out a team-best three assists at No. 9 UMBC on Feb 21 … Scored a goal and dished out two assists in Rutgers’ first win of the season at Manhattan o Feb. 18 … Scored two goals in season opener against Villanova on Feb. 14 … Named the 2009 ECAC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year in a vote by the league’s head coaches … Selected to the 2009 Preseason ECAC team. 2008 (Sophomore): USILA Honorable Mention All-American … First Team All-ECAC selection … Selected as a top 10 midfielder in the country by Inside Lacrosse … Won the Alfred Sassar Trophy as team’s leader in assists … One of only four Scarlet Knights to start all 13 games during the 2008 season … Ranked 11th in the country and second in the ECAC with 5.15 ground balls per game … Placed 23rd nationally in faceoff win percentage (53.8) … Led the Scarlet Knights with 32 points on 22 goals and a team-high 10 assists … Ranked sixth in the ECAC with 1.69 goals per game … Eighth in the league with 2.36 points per game … Led the squad and was second in the ECAC with six man-up goals … Won 92-of-171 face-off attempts … Named ECAC Offensive Player of the Week after scoring five goals against Delaware on March 1 … His six points and five goals against the Blue Hens were both team-highs for the season … Recorded two or more assists in two games … Had a season-high 11 shots (seven on goal) against Delaware, the most of any RU player in a game this season … Recorded eight ground balls in two games this season, most of any Scarlet Knight in a single game in 2008 … caused a season-high three turnovers against Syracuse (April 12) … Named an Inside Lacrosse Preseason Honorable Mention All-American … 2008 Preseason All-ECAC Team … Named to Face-off Yearbook’s Preseason All-Conference team.

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2007 (Freshman): Named the 2007 ECAC Rookie of the Year … Second on the team in goals (19), assists (8) and points (27) … Was named ECAC Rookie of the Week on four separate occasions … Led the squad with 49 ground balls … Posted the team’s best face-off percentage (50.8). Prior to Rutgers: Had 142 goals and 60 assists at Hunterdon Central… Finished with 58 goals and 28 assists his senior season … Earned AllAmerican and First Team All-State honors as a junior and senior … Also played football at Hunterdon Central and was named to the All-County and All-Conference teams … Parents are Dean and Terry Pennington … Born July 14, 1988.

BRENDAN

PORTER M • Sr. • 6-4 • 215 Columbia/Maplewood, N.J.

2009 (Junior): Saw action in 14 games … Tallied 16 shots with eight on goal … Compiled seven ground balls and caused turnovers … Forced a turnover with 17 seconds remaining against No. 14 Hobart to seal a 5-4 win on March 21 … Scored a goal at No. 9 UMBC … Scored his first goal of the season in Rutgers win at Manhattan on Feb. 18. 2008 (Sophomore): Saw action in 12 of 13 games for the Scarlet Knights during his sophomore campaign … Scored his lone goal of the year against nationally ranked UMBC on Feb. 24 … Scooped nine ground balls and caused two turnovers on the year … Corralled a season-high two ground balls against both UMBC and Fairfield (March 8). 2007 (Freshman): Played in 11 games as a freshman for Rutgers … Had one assist and seven ground balls on the year. Prior to Rutgers: Finished with 88 goals and 31 assists in career at Columbia … Earned All-America, First Team All-State and First Team All-Conference honors his senior year ... Finished 2006 season with career-high 52 goals … Named First Team All-Conference and AllState Honorable Mention as a junior … Also played football and soccer … Parents are Leon and Brenda Porter … Born June 16, 1988.

BRIAN

SHEMESH D • Jr. • 6-1 • 190 Immaculata/Hillsborough, N.J.

2009 (Sophomore): Played in all 15 games and started 11 contests … Earned the Collins Award, which is given to the Scarlet Knight that had the greatest increase in grade point average … Named to the 2009 All-ECAC Academic team … Fifth on the team in ground balls with 25 … Caused six turnovers … Scored his first goal of the season in Rutgers’ win at Manhattan on Feb. 18. 2008 (Freshman): Played in 12 games and started three as a freshman for the Scarlet Knights … Seventh on the team and second amongst freshmen with six goals on the year … Tied for eighth in the ECAC with one game-winning goal … Scooped five ground balls and caused one turnover … Tallied his first career hat trick with three goals against Hobart (March 21) … Won a gold medal as part of the United States Under-19 team that competed at the 2008 International Lacrosse Federation (ILS) World Championships … Tallied four goals, including a two-goal effort against Australia (July 4), in the Championships. Prior to Rutgers: Selected as an All-American in 2007 … Was the Courier News Player of the Year and named to the Star Ledger First Team All-State after his senior campaign … Named to All-Area, AllLeague, and All-State First Teams during each of his last three seasons at Immaculata … Ended his career with a school record 213 points … Selected to represent the United States in the 2008 International Lacrosse Federation (ILF) Under-19 World Championships … Named to Inside Lacrosse's Top 100 Incoming Freshman list … has a brother, Steven and a sister, Alexis … Parents are Larry Shemesh and Lisa Bocra, and stepfather Ronald Bocra … Pajoring in exercise science at Rutgers … Born May 4, 1989.

MICHAEL

STAGNITTA A • So. • 5-8 • 165 Central Square/Brewerton, N.Y.

2009 (Freshman): Saw action against eventual NCAA Champion Syracuse on April 11 and Wagner on May 31 … Picked up a ground ball and caused a turnover against Wagner.

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Prior to Rutgers: As a captain in 2008, Stagnitta compiled 44 goals and dished out 23 assists for Central Square … Named First Team AllLeague as a junior and senior … Exploded during his junior season, tallying 42 goals and 20 assists ... Recorded 107 goals and 56 assists during his career … Uncle Jim Stagnitta played lacrosse for Penn and is currently the head coach of the Scarlet Knights … Parents are Pennie and Michael Stagnitta … Born Dec. 27, 1989.


TAD

ERIK

STANWICK

STILLEY

A • R-Sr. • 5-11 • 170 Boy’s Latin/Baltimore. Md.

M • Sr. • 6-0 • 195 Shawnee/Medford, N.J.

2010 (Redshirt Senior): Named a co-captain, along with Gerhard Buehning, for the season. 2009 (Redshirt Junior): Played in all 15 games and earned 12 starts … Tallied seven points with four goals and three assists … Took 15 shots with four on goal … Scooped 13 ground balls … Scored two goals at Georgetown on April 25 … Scored his first goal of the season in the last five minutes at Saint Joseph’s on Feb. 28. 2008 (Redshirt Sophomore): One of only four Scarlet Knights to start all 13 games during the 2008 season … Fifth on the team with 16 points … Tied for third on the squad with eight assists … Tallied eight goals, fifth best on the team … Tied for eighth in the ECAC with one game winning goal … Scooped 18 ground balls, fifth best on the squad … Registered a season-high three points against St. John’s on March 29 with a goal and two assists … Matched his season-high by dishing out two assists against Hobart on March 21 … Had a season-best six shots against Hobart … Scooped a season-high four ground balls against Manhattan on April 1. 2007 (Sophomore): Missed the 2007 season with an injury. 2006 (Freshman): Started all 14 games … Finished season with six goals and five assists for 11 points … Recorded two assists in seasonopener against Butler on Feb. 25 … Scored season-high two goals in 87 defeat of Hobart on March 25. Prior to Rutgers: Had 72 points for Boy’s Latin in 2005, helping the team to a No. 3 national ranking and an 18-2 record … First Team AllTowson Times and All-Baltimore Messenger … Finished four-year high school career with 160 points … Has an older sister, Coco, who played lacrosse at Georgetown … Parents are Wells and Dori Stanwick … Born Jan. 25, 1987.

2009 (Senior): Played in 10 games with seven starts … Compiled four points with two goals and two assists … Took 17 shots … Tallied seven ground balls. 2008 (Junior): Saw action in seven games during his first season at Rutgers … Scored his first career goal as a Scarlet Knight against Georgetown on April 26 … Scooped two ground balls on the year … Named to the 2008 All-ECAC Academic Team. Prior to Rutgers: 2007: Played in one game for National Champion Johns Hopkins University … At Shawnee High School he amassed over 300 career points in four seasons of varsity lacrosse … two-time AllAmerica selection and a four-time All-County pick … Helped team to the New Jersey Group IV Semifinals as a junior … Two-year member of the football team … Led team to the 2004 New Jersey Group IV State Championship and earned Second Team All-Conference and AllGroup IV honors … Brother is David Stilley who was an All-American lacrosse player at Duke University and played with both the Philadelphia Wings and Colorado Mammoth in the NLL … Parents are Steven and Susan Stilley … Dad played football at Penn State … Majoring in pre-business at Rutgers … Born on August 27, 1987.

GREG

TEATOM M • R-Fr. • 5-10 • 160 Massapequa/Massapequa, N.Y.

2009 (Freshman): Did not see action during the season. Prior to Rutgers: Starred in both lacrosse and football at Massapequa High School in Long Island, N.Y. … Three-year varsity letterman who played on the Class A Nassau Country Championship team in 2006 … In 2007, as a face-off midfielder, won 60 percent of his face-offs and was second on the team with 61 ground balls ... Captain of his 2007 football team and the winner of the white letter award, given to the team’s Most Valuable Player ... Honor Roll student and a scholar athlete ... Parents are Barbara and James Teatom … Father was an All-ECAC football player and an All-American in lacrosse for Rutgers from 1974-77 … Born April 2, 1990.

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STEVEN

TAYLOR

VICKERS-ANNIS

WATSON

D • Sr. • 6-1 • 208 Princeton/Princeton, N.J.

M • Jr. • 6-1 • 175 Montgomery/Belle Mead, N.J.

2009 (Junior): Saw action in five contests … Compiled three ground balls and two caused turnovers. 2008 (Sophomore): Competed in six games for the Scarlet Knights during his sophomore campaign … Scooped seven ground balls on the year, including a career-high four in an ECAC win over Penn State on April 20 ... Was part of a RU defense that ranked 27th nationally in scoring defense and 28th in man-down defense. 2007 (Freshman): Did not see any game action as a freshman. Prior to Rutgers: Earned All-State, All-Pitt, and All-Mercer County honors his senior year at Princeton … Also played football … Parents are Bob Annis and Ellen Vickers … Born Dec. 15, 1987.

RYAN

WARNICK

2009 (Sophomore): Played in all 15 games … Named to the 2009 AllECAC Academic team … Posted five caused turnovers … Tallied three shots and two ground balls on the season. 2008 (Freshman): Saw action in six games for the Scarlet Knights during his first season ‘On the Banks’ … Scooped up his first career groundball at Princeton on March 25 … Provided depth to the team at the midfield position. Prior to Rutgers: Earned First Team All-League honors during both his sophomore and junior seasons, and was named team captain for his senior season … Named to the All-State lacrosse team after his senior campaign … Was a 2006 Group II State Finalist as a junior … was also a standout on the football field … The wide receiver holds the school record for receptions and touchdowns … Earned First Team AllState honors as a junior and senior … A four-year honor roll student at Montgomery … Named Sportsman of the Year at Montgomery … Has a brother, Kevin … Parents are Lynn and Dave Watson … Dad played basketball at Grove City College … Born August 24, 1988.

D • So. • 6-1 • 180 Mountain Lakes/ Boonton Twp., N.J. 2009 (Freshman): Competed against Wagner on March 31. Prior to Rutgers: Three-time varsity letterwinner in both lacrosse and football at Mountain Lakes High School in Mountain Lakes, N.J. … As a junior and senior team captain, the defenseman started for the Group I New Jersey State Championship team that won the 2007 and 2008 Tournament of Champions ... Named First Team All-Gibbs Conference … Named Second Team All-State in lacrosse … Awarded the Skip Watts Memorial Award for the football player that exhibited unwavering dedication to his team … Has a younger brother, Devin and an older brother Colin who is a senior at Rutgers … Parents are Deb and Craig Warnick … Born Feb. 5, 1989.

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ZACHARY

ALEXANDER

ZENDA

BALL

M • So. • 5-10 • 175 South Brunswick/ Monmouth Jct., N.J.

M • Fr. • 6-1 • 170 Arundel/Crofton, Md.

2009 (Freshman): Saw action against Georgetown on April 25 and Wagner on March 31 … Tallied a ground ball against Wagner. Prior to Rutgers: Named to 2008 High School Boy’s Lacrosse AllAmerica Team … A two-sport athlete excelling in both lacrosse and soccer at nearby South Brunswick High School in Monmouth Junction, N.J. ... Won the GMC Championship in both 2006 and 2007 and was named First Team All-State and First Team All-Area as a senior in 2008 … Second Team All-Middlesex Country during his junior campaign ... In soccer, Zenda was named First Team All-Central Jersey, First Team All-Middlesex Country and Second Team All-State ... Captained his lacrosse and soccer teams during the 2008 season … Has a brother, Tyler … Parents are Phyllis and Steve Zenda … Born on Jan. 8, 1990.

Prior to Rutgers: Played both football and lacrosse all four years at Arundel High School … Earned All-County Honorable Mention honors at midfield his senior year … Member of the Arundel Club team during his senior year … Member of the Southern County Club Lacrosse Team during his junior year … Captain of the football team his senior year … Born on Nov. 27, 1991 … Son of Horace and Sandra Ball ... Has one sibling – Lauren … Majoring in political science.

NICHOLAS

RUDY

ZERRILLO

BUTLER

M • So. • 5-10 • 175 Central Square/Brewerton, N.Y.

G • Fr. • 6-2 • 205 Montgomery/Belle Mead, N.J.

2009 (Freshman): Competed in seven contests … Finished third on the team in face-off victories with 23 … Scooped 10 ground balls … Compiled a career-high six ground balls against Wagner on March. 31. Prior to Rutgers: First Team All-League New York State Section III in each of his final two seasons at Central Square High School in Central Square, N.Y. … Captain of the team during his senior campaign … Led the team in assists with 33 in 2007 and added 19 goals … Honorable mention All-League as a sophomore … Coaches named him the Most Valuable Player in 2007 and 2008 … Honored with the Work Horse Award in 2006 … National Honor Society member in 2007 and 2008 … Also played varsity hockey … Has a younger brother Jack and a younger sister Jillian … Parents are Nick and Colette Zerrillo … Born Dec. 11, 1989.

Prior to Rutgers: Spent three years as a varsity player at Montgomery High School … During his senior year, earned Second Team All-State honors and was the Skyland Conference Player of the Year … Garnered First Team All-Skyland honors and was named the Courier News Player of the Year in 2009 … Born on May 28, 1991 … Son of Thomas and Lisa Butler … A communications major … Has two siblings - Ryan and Olivia … Ryan plays lacrosse at Lynchburg College.

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JOSEPH

M • Fr. • 6-0 • 210 West Morris/Long Valley, N.J.

G • Fr. • 5-8 • 160 Radnor/Newton Sq., Pa.

CARFARO Prior to Rutgers: Received All-Conference honors in lacrosse, football and wrestling during his senior year at West Morris High School … Garnered First Team All-State honors in 2009 … Scored 112 career points … Born on April 20, 1991 … son of Sal and Ellen Carfaro ... Has two siblings – Chris and Matt … Majoring in International Business.

Prior to Rutgers: Left Randor high school as the all-time leader in saves … A two-time All-State EPSLA selection and earned 2009 First Team All-Conference honors … Spent one postgraduate year at Northfield Mt Hermon … Parents are Joe and Wendy Donnelly .. Has four siblings- Megan, Maddie, Grace and Zach … His brother Zach is also on the RU lacrosse team … Born on October, 4, 1988.

DUNCAN

ZACHARY

CLANCY

DONNELLY

A • Fr. • 6-2 • 190 Lawrenceville School/ Princeton, N.J.

M • Fr. • 5-10 • 165 Radnor/Newton Sq., Pa.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year starter at Lawrenceville … Was the team’s leading scorer as a senior with 63 points … Earned SecondTeam All-State and First-Team All-MAPL honors during his senior campaign … Named to the school’s dean’s list his senior year … Tallied 65 points as a junior … Son of Kary and Brian Clancy … Has one sibling – Patrick … Born on Nov. 26, 1990.

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Prior to Rutgers: Earned 2009 First Team All-State, All-Central League and All-County honors at Randor High School … Was team captain and MVP during his junior and senior season … A three-year letterman on the wrestling team … Parents are Joe and Wendy Donnelly … Has four siblings – Megan, Maddie, Grace and Joseph … His brother Joseph is also on the RU lacrosse team … Born on Dec. 3, 1989.


DANIEL

SCOTT

LSM • Fr. • 5-11 • 175 Morristown-Beard School/ Clifton, N.J.

A • Fr. • 6-1 • 180 A.L. Johnson/Clark, N.J.

INGRALDI Prior to Rutgers: Received All-State and All-Conference honors in his senior year at Morristown-Beard High School … Earned All-Conference honors on the football team … Parents are Anthony and Janet Ingraldi … Has two siblings – Michael and David … Born on March 8, 1990.

KLIMCHAK Prior to Rutgers: Earned All-American, All-State and All-League honors in his senior year at AL. Johnson High School … Garnered Under Armour All-American honors his junior year … Finished his high school career fourth on the New Jersey all-time scorers list with 385 points. … Earned All-State honors in ice hockey and AllConference honors in football during his senior year … Parents are Mike and Kathy Klimchak … Has three brothers – twins Mike and Bryan and a twin brother Matt, who is also on the Rutgers lacrosse team … Born on Jan. 14, 1991.

MATTHEW

STEVEN

M • Fr. • 6-2 • 180 A.L. Johnson/Clark, N.J.

M • Fr. • 5-10 • 175 Immaculata/Hillsborough, N.J.

KLIMCHAK Prior to Rutgers: Named an Under Armour All-American his junior year at A.L. Johnson High School … Missed his senior year due to injury … Finished his high school campaign fifth in career points in New Jersey all-time prep record book with 229 points … The twosport star also earned the 2008 All-Conference honors on the school’s hockey team … Parents are Mike and Kathy Klimchak … Has three brothers – twins Mike and Bryan and a twin brother Scott, who is also on the Rutgers lacrosse team … Born on Jan. 14, 1991.

SHEMESH Prior to Rutgers: Four-year varsity member at Immaculata High School … Earned First Team All-Division honors … Named to Second Team All State … Part of state championship team during his sophomore and senior year … son of Larry Shemesh and Lisa Bocra .. Has two siblings Brian and Lexie … Brian is also a member of the Rutgers lacrosse team.

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ANTHONY

TERRANOVA M • Fr. • 6-0 • 155 Hunterdon Central/Flemington, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Posted 104 goals and 60 assists at Hunterdon Central High School … Named an All-American and earned First Team All-State and All-Conference honors during his senior year … Part of state championship team during his junior and senior year … Played wide receiver and safety for the football team … Has one sibling – Nicole … Parents are Vince and Cindy Terrenova … Born on July 27, 1990.

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CHRISTOPHER

ZYBRICK D • Fr. • 6-1 • 210 Kinnelon/Kinnelon, N.J.

Prior to Rutgers: Earned Second Team All-State honors at Kinnelon High School and helped his team win the 2009 Group I State Championship … Three-year starter … Earned First Team All-Morris County Honors … Three siblings – Mike Rob and Madeline … Son of Peter and Margaret Zybrick … Born on March 11, 1991.


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Game 1: Villanova 8, Rutgers 4 - Feb. 14 Scarlet Knights Drop Season Opener to Villanova

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Junior midfielder Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.) and freshman Mike Diehl (Flemington, N.J.) scored two goals each for the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team, but a big fourth quarter clinched an 8-4 Villanova win in both teams season opener at the RU Turf Field Saturday afternoon.

The loss marks the first time Rutgers has dropped its season opener since 2002. It’s also the first ever win for the Wildcats over the Scarlet Knights as RU was a perfect 6-0 prior to Saturday’s meeting. Rutgers outshot Villanova 39-28, but the Wildcats controlled the ball for much of the game and took advantage of 12 RU turnovers. Tim Driscoll tallied a game-high three goals and Paul Webber handed out a game-best three assists to lead Villanova. “Villanova is a very patient team and they like to slow the game down to a walk, and unfortunately we weren’t very patient on the other end when we were able to get opportunities,” said head coach Jim Stagnitta. “We didn’t finish today. We never got into a flow offensively. Some of that had to do with us and some of that had to do with Villanova. They did a nice job of controlling the pace.”

Both teams struggled offensively early as the first goal of the game wasn’t recorded until Driscoll put Nova on the board at the 2:38 mark of the first quarter. Diehl quickly responded for Rutgers though, posting his first career goal with just under a minute to play in the opening period.

The Wildcats started the second quarter strong, tallying back-to-back goals to take a 3-1 advantage. Pennington, the 2009 Preseason ECAC Offensive Player of the Year, pulled RU to within one with his first goal of the year at the 6:48 mark of the second quarter. Villanova stole the momentum back going into the half when Driscoll scored with just 36 seconds remaining to give the Wildcats the 4-2 edge at the intermission. Rutgers would once again pull to within a goal as Diehl scored off a Pennington pass for his second goal of the day just over a minute into the third quarter. Villanova continued its trend of responding to RU scores though, netting the game’s next two goals to take a 6-3 advantage. Pennington posted his second goal of the day at the 10:29 mark of the fourth quarter to get Rutgers back to within two goals, but that would be as close as the Scarlet Knights would get. Score by period Villanova Rutgers

1 2 3 4 Total 13138 11114

Villanova SCORING: GOALS: DRISCOLL, Tim 3; FRITTS, Matthew 2; SCIOSCIA, Mark 1; AITKEN, Chris 1; MACDONALD, Chris 1. ASSISTS: WEBBER, Paul 3; LIVA, Dan 1; SCIOSCIA, Mark 1. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Justin Pennington 2; Michael Diehl 2. ASSISTS: Justin Pennington 1.

Game 2: Rutgers 11, Manhattan 7 - Feb. 18 Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Victorious in First Road Game of the Season

RIVERDALE, N.Y. – Sophomore Kory Kelly (Princeton, N.J.) tallied a team-high three goals and freshman Mike Diehl (Flemington, N.J.) scored twice and added an assist as the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team picked up its first win of the 2009 season with an 11-7 victory over Manhattan at Gaelic Park Wednesday afternoon.

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Rutgers (1-1) used a six-goal effort in the third quarter to improve to 9-0 all-time against Manhattan (0-1). Junior midfielder Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.) scored his third goal of the season and dished out two assists, all in the decisive third quarter. “I thought that we did a good job of persevering and playing through tough weather conditions and we’re happy to come away with a road win,” said head coach Jim Stagnitta. “We regrouped and came together to play a strong second half. Offensively we executed despite the conditions and we were able to accomplish what we set out to do.” Rutgers sprinted out to a 3-0 lead in the first quarter behind a goal and an assist from Diehl. Seniors Mike Dugan (Summit, N.J) and Chris O’Dougherty (Kinnelon, N.J.) also notched goals for the Scarlet Knights during the run. Manhattan matched RU’s dominance in the first quarter though with three goals of its own in the second. Joe Variano and Angelo Marrano tallied goals just 34 seconds apart and the Jaspers tied the game entering intermission on a Sal Perrotto score with just over a minute remaining in the half.

Perrotto scored his second straight goal to start the second half and give the Jaspers their first lead of the game at 4-3. Diehl would halt the 4-0 Manhattan run as he tallied his second score of the game and the first of six RU goals in the third quarter. Kelly posted two goals, including a man-up strike, during the 6-2 RU run that gave the Scarlet Knights a 9-6 advantage at the end of the third quarter. Brendan Porter (Maplewood, N.J.) and Jeff Rommel (Syracuse, N.Y.) each scored their first goals of the season in the quarter. Justin Jensen scored for Manhattan two minutes into the fourth quarter to cut the RU lead to two (9-7), but the Scarlet Knights would seal the victory with back-to-back goals from Brian Shemesh (Hillsborough, N.J.) and Kelly. Scarlet Knights goalie Billy Olin (Horseheads, N.Y.) recorded eight saves in his first start of the season, while John Geagan tallied five saves for the Jaspers. Score by period Rutgers Manhattan

1 2 3 4 Total 3 0 6 2 11 03317

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Kory Kelly 3; Michael Diehl 2; Justin Pennington 1; Jeff Rommel 1; Brendan Porter 1; Brian Shemesh 1; Mike Dugan 1; Chris O'Dougherty 1. ASSISTS: Justin Pennington 2; Jeff Rommel 2; Taylor Bottar 1; Michael Diehl 1. Manhattan SCORING: GOALS: Variano, Joe 3; Perrotto, Sal 2; Marrano, Angelo 1; Jensen, Justin 1. ASSISTS: Mahon, Kelly 1; Perrotto, Sal 1; Synowiez, James 1. Game 3: UMBC 17, Rutgers 10 - Feb. 21 Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Loses Early Lead, Falls to No. 9 UMBC

BALTIMORE, Md. – The Rutgers men’s lacrosse team jumped out to an early 3-0 lead, but a potent UMBC offensive attacked proved to be too much as the Scarlet Knights fell 17-10 to the nationallyranked Retrievers Saturday afternoon at UMBC Stadium. Sophomore Kory Kelly (Princeton, N.J.) scored a career-high tying four goals and senior Jeff Rommel (Syracuse, N.Y.) tallied two goals and dished out two assists to lead Rutgers (1-2).

The Retrievers, ranked No. 9 in the latest Inside Lacrosse media poll, out-shot the Scarlet Knights 45-35 as they improve to 2-0 on the year. Peet Poillon recorded four goals to pace UMBC.

Mike Dugan (Summit, N.J) scored the first goal of the game just over a minute in and his score was immediately followed by two strikes from Kelly to give Rutgers a 3-0 lead at the 4:44 mark of the first


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quarter. Alex Hopmann scored UMBC’s only goal of the quarter at the 3:34 mark to cut RU’s lead to two at the end of the first stanza.

Buehning 1; Brendan Porter 1. ASSISTS: Justin Pennington 3; Jeff Rommel 2; Taylor Bottar 1.

UMBC would continue its momentum after the intermission, scoring five of the first six goals to begin the third quarter. Rommel netted his first goal of the day with 1:25 left in the third to bring RU to within five (12-7). The Retrievers would put the game out of reach to start the fourth though, scoring four consecutive goals. Brendan Porter (Maplewood, N.J.), Rommel and Kelly would all score late in the fourth, but the Scarlet Knights would get no closer than six goals.

Game 5: Fairfield 5, Rutgers 4 - March 7 Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Drops ECAC Opener at Fairfield, 5-4

Rutgers started off the second quarter hot, as well as Dugan tallied his second goal of the game to push RU’s lead to three (4-1) just over two minutes into the second. UMBC would control the remainder of the quarter though, posting six of the next seven goals, including two from Kyle Wimer. The Retrievers would hold a 7-5 halftime lead.

Junior midfielder Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.), who led the team with three assists, failed to score for the first time this season. Score by period Rutgers UMBC

1 2 3 4 Total 3 2 2 3 10 1 6 5 5 17

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Kory Kelly 4; Jeff Rommel 2; Mike Dugan 2; Gerhard Buehning 1; Brendan Porter 1. ASSISTS: Justin Pennington 3; Jeff Rommel 2; Taylor Bottar 1. UMBC SCORING: GOALS: Poillon, Peet 4; Wimer, Kyle 3; Jones, Chris 2; Smith, Ryan 2; Grimm, Rob 1; Latham, Matt 1; Hopmann, Alex 1; Davis, Maxx 1; May, Rich 1; Gurnsey, Eric 1. ASSISTS: Grimm, Rob 3; Poillon, Peet 3; Latham, Matt 1; Wimer, Kyle 1. Game 4: Saint Joseph’s 4, Rutgers 1 - Feb. 28 Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Upended at Saint Joseph’s

PHILADELPHIA – Senior Jeff Rommel (Syracuse, N.Y.) dished out a career-high four assists, but Saint Joseph’s outscored Rutgers 4-1 in the second half to upend the Scarlet Knights men’s lacrosse team 10-7 at Finnesey Field Saturday afternoon. Sophomore Kory Kelly (Princeton, N.J.) and freshman Mike Diehl (Flemington, N.J.) scored two goals each to lead the Scarlet Knights, who fall to 1-3 on the year. Scott Cullinan posted a game-high three goals to lead Saint Joe’s, who moves to 2-2. For the second consecutive game, Rutgers jumped out to a 3-0 lead as Diehl netted two goals in the first seven minutes. However, the Hawks responded with five straight goals spanning the first and the second quarter to take a 5-3 lead.

Kelly would post back-to-back scores in the span of 1:36 to tie the game before the squads exchanged goals and went into intermission with the scored tied at six.

The Hawks would tally the only two scores in the third quarter, both from Charlie Gorman. STJ’s Alex Lopes assisted on both of Gorman’s goals. Tad Stanwick (Baltimore, Md.) would bring RU to within one and break a 28 minute Scarlet Knight scoring drought with his first goal of the season with just under five minutes remaining in the game. Rutgers would get no closer though as the Hawks scored the final two goals of the game to seal the victory. Score by period 1 2 3 4 Total Rutgers 3 2 2 3 10 UMBC 1 6 5 5 17

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Kory Kelly 4; Jeff Rommel 2; Mike Dugan 2; Gerhard

UMBC SCORING: GOALS: Poillon, Peet 4; Wimer, Kyle 3; Jones, Chris 2; Smith, Ryan 2; Grimm, Rob 1; Latham, Matt 1; Hopmann, Alex 1; Davis, Maxx 1; May, Rich 1; Gurnsey, Eric 1. ASSISTS: Grimm, Rob 3; Poillon, Peet 3; Latham, Matt 1; Wimer, Kyle 1.

FAIRFIELD, Conn. – For the fourth straight game the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team jumped out to an early lead, but the Scarlet Knights were unable to hold off Fairfield en route to a 5-4 loss at Lessing Field Saturday afternoon. The game was the ECAC opener for both teams and it was RU’s fourth straight road contest. The Scarlet Knights fall to 1-4 overall and 0-1 in league play, while the Stags improve to 2-1 on the year and 1-0 in conference action.

Sophomore Kory Kelly (Princeton, N.J.) led the Scarlet Knights with two goals and one assist. Kelly has tallied a team-high 11 goals on the year. John Snellman recorded a team-best two scores for the Stags.

Rutgers dominated play in the first quarter, getting goals from Kelly and freshman Kevin Hover (Belle Mead, N.J.) to grab a 2-0 lead. Fairfield would counter though with a stellar second quarter in which it tallied four goals, including two from Snellman. After the squads exchanged goals in the third quarter, Rutgers would cut its deficit to one (5-4) on Kelly’s second goal of the day at the 6:48 mark of the fourth quarter. Score by period Rutgers FFDMEN

1 2 3 4 Total 20114 04105

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Kory Kelly 2; Kevin Hover 1; Steven Watson 1. ASSISTS: Hunter Burnard 1; Michael Diehl 1; Mike Dugan 1; Kory Kelly 1. FFDMEN SCORING: GOALS: John Snellman 2; Brent Adams 1; Logan Rausse 1; Chris Trombino 1. ASSISTS: Brent Adams 2; Chris Ajemian 1; Max Trunz 1. Game 6: No. 20 Army 9, Rutgers 6 March 14 Men’s Lacrosse Falls at Home to No. 20 Army

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Junior midfielder Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.) tied his season-high with two goals, but the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team fell, 9-6, to No. 20 Army Saturday afternoon at RU Turf Field.

Rutgers (1-5) held a 14-5 advantage in face-off’s, headed by Pennington with eight wins and sophomore Chris Mattes (Westfield, N.J.) with six. Army would take advantage of five extra-man opportunities though, scoring three times. Army (4-2), which has won three straight games, was led by Jason Peyer and Jeremy Boltus who combined for six goals and three assists. Peyer got the scoring started for the Black Knights, netting the first two goals of the game. The Scarlet Knights would get on the board with 1:31 remaining in the opening stanza as sophomore Colin Donahue (Camillus, N.Y.) posted his second goal of the season. Rutgers would start the second period hot, getting back-to-back

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goals from Jeff Rommel (Syracuse, N.Y.) and Pennington to take its first lead of the day at 3-2. After the squads traded possessions, Army would get the lead back, scoring twice in a 39 second span to take a 4-3 lead into intermission.

Out of halftime, Rutgers would quickly tie the game as freshman Will Mangan (Maplewood, N.J.) would score his first goal of the season. Army would control the remainder of the third quarter though. The Black Knights scored five consecutive goals spanning the third and fourth periods, including two scores from Boltus. The Scarlet Knights would make a late charge, getting goals from Pennington and Brendan Porter (Maplewood, N.J.) to pull to within three goals, but RU could get no closer. Score by period ARMY Rutgers

1 2 3 4 Total 22329 12126

ARMY SCORING: GOALS: Boltus, Jeremy 3; Peyer, Jason 3; Seymour, Tyler 1; Korvin, Brooks 1; Oates, Tyler 1. ASSISTS: Boltus, Jeremy 2; Jansen, Zach 1; LoRusso, Kevin 1; McCallion, Rob 1; Peyer, Jason 1; Rhoads, Alex 1; Seymour, Tyler 1. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Justin Pennington 2; Brendan Porter 1; Will Mangan 1; Collin Donahue 1; Jeff Rommel 1. ASSISTS: None. Game 7: Rutgers 5, No. 14 Hobart 4 - March 21 Men’s Lacrosse Earns 5-4 Victory at No. 14 Hobart

GENEVA, N.Y. – Junior Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.) and freshman Mike Diehl (Flemington, N.J.) posted back-to-back goals to break a tie in the fourth quarter and lead the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team to a 5-4 win at No. 14 Hobart on Saturday afternoon. The win is the first for the Rutgers over a top-15 program since the Scarlet Knights topped No. 8 Loyola on April 7, 2007. Rutgers improves to 2-5 overall and 1-1 in the ECAC. Hobart drops its first game of the season to fall to 5-1 overall and 1-1 in league play.

Diehl recorded his fourth two-goal game of the season and added an assist, while Pennington netted a goal and an assist to move his point total to a team-high 14. Chris Pedersen tallied a team-best two goals for Hobart Junior Billy Olin (Horseheads, N.Y.) and the RU defense dominated the first half. Olin made six saves and Hobart did not get onto the scoreboard until the 2:12 mark of the second quarter.

Rutgers scored the first three goals of the game, including a strike from Diehl with only two seconds remaining in the first quarter. Sophomore Kory Kelly (Princeton, N.J.) and junior Gerhard Buehning (Essex Fells, N.J.) each scored for RU in the second quarter to give the Scarlet Knights a 3-0 lead. Kelly’s score was his team-high 12th of the season.

After a scoreless third quarter, Hobart quickly tied the game on consecutive goals from Pedersen and Kevin Curtin. Diehl’s second score of the day gave RU the lead back with 11:23 remaining in the game. Pennington then scored on a pass from Diehl to push RU’s lead back to two. Pedersen scored for the Statesmen with 17 seconds remaining to cut RU’s lead to 5-4. Hobart then won the ensuing face-off, but Brendan Porter (Maplewood, N.J.) forced a turnover to seal the win for the Scarlet Knights.

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Score by period 1 2 3 4 Total Rutgers 12025 Hobart 01034

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Michael Diehl 2; Justin Pennington 1; Kory Kelly 1; Gerhard Buehning 1. ASSISTS: Hunter Burnard 1; Michael Diehl 1; Justin Pennington 1. Hobart SCORING: GOALS: Chris Pedersen 2; Jeff Colburn 1; Kevin Curtin 1. ASSISTS: Jeff Colburn 1; Kevin Curtin 1.

Game 8: No. 5 Princeton 13, Rutgers 6 - March 24 Second Half Run Pushes No. 5 Princeton Past Rutgers Kelly Tallies Third Hat Trick of the Season

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Sophomore Kory Kelly (Princeton, N.J.) tallied his third hat trick of the season, but No. 5 Princeton used a big second half run en route to defeating the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team, 13-6, at Yurcak Field on Tuesday evening. Kelly has registered a team-high 15 goals on the year and has five games in which he has scored at least two goals. The sophomore’s effort wasn’t enough though as the Tigers used an 8-2 second half spurt to claim their second straight victory. Rutgers, which has played three straight ranked opponents, falls to 2-6 on the year. The Tigers improve to 6-1.

“We turned the ball over an awful lot in the second half,” said head coach Jim Stagnitta. “It was a one-goal game at the half and we came out and gave them the ball three of the first five possessions. This was a snapshot of our season, six goals on 42 shots. We dominated aspects of the game, but when they had the ball, they were able to do things.” After Princeton sprinted out to a 2-0 lead on a pair of goals from Rich Sgalardi, Rutgers was able to tie the game with back-to-back strikes from Gerhard Buehning (Essex Fells, N.J.) and Mike Dugan (Summit, N.J.). The Tigers reclaimed their two-goal advantage with two scores in the final four minutes of the opening quarter.

Kelly netted his first goal of the day off a pass from Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.) to cut the Princeton advantage to 4-3 at the 6:08 mark of the second quarter. The teams traded goals to end the half and the Tigers held a 5-4 edge at the intermission.

Although being outshot for the entire game, Princeton took advantage of its opportunities. The Tigers netted eight goals in the second half on only 11 shots. A Kelly goal in the third quarter would cut the Princeton lead to 7-5, but back-to-back Tigers strikes would build the Princeton advantage to 9-5 entering the final quarter.

Pennington netted his seventh goal of the season three minutes into the fourth, but RU would get no closer than three goals the remainder of the game. The Tigers ended the game on a 4-0 run to seal the win. Junior goalkeeper Billy Olin (Horseheads, N.Y.), the current ECAC CoDefensive Player of the Week, left the game early in the second period with an injury. Rutgers outshot Princeton 42-23 and sophomore Chris Mattes (Westfield, N.J.) won 16 of 23 face-off’s. Score by period Princeton Rutgers

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Princeton SCORING: GOALS: Kovler, Mark 4; Sgalardi, Rich 3; Davis, Tommy 2; MacKenzie, Scott 1; McBride, Jack 1; Seaman, Greg 1; Capretta, Alex 1. ASSISTS: Davis, Tommy 2; MacKenzie, Scott 2; Kovler, Mark 1; McBride, Chris 1; McBride, Jack 1; Sgalardi, Rich 1.

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Kory Kelly 3; Justin Pennington 1; Gerhard Buehning 1; Mike Dugan 1. ASSISTS: Taylor Bottar 2; Hunter Burnard 2; Justin Pennington 1.

Game 9: Rutgers 14, St. John’s 10 - March 28 Kelly Paces RU’s Offensive Explosion in 14-10 Win at St. John’s Scarlet Knights Move into Third Place in ECAC

MANHASSET, N.Y. – Sophomore Kory Kelly (Princeton, N.J.) tied his season-high with four goals to lead the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team to a 14-10 ECAC win over St. John’s. The game was part of the second annual Lacrosse Day of Champions hosted by the Indians Rock Community Foundation and the Boomer Esiason Fund at Manhasset High School.

The 14 scores for RU mark the most of the season. Junior Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.) scored a goal and dished out a gamehigh three assists, while Hunter Burnard (Binghamton, N.Y.) had two goals and two assists in the win.

Rutgers (3-6, 2-1) has won two straight conference games to move into third in the ECAC standings. St. John’s, which is receiving votes in the latest Nike/Inside Lacrosse Media Poll, falls to 5-3 overall and 1-2 in the league. St. John’s raced out to 3-0 lead, scoring three goals in a 13 second span early in the first quarter. Kelly would get RU on the board with his first goal of the day off a dish from Pennington at the 10:17 mark. STJ would increase its lead back to three off a goal from Drew Schanen, who tallied a career-high five goals in the game. The Scarlet Knights battled back though, scoring five straight goals to take a 5-4 advantage early in the second quarter. After back-toback Red Strom strikes, three different RU players posted goals, capped off by a Jeff Rommel (Syracuse, N.Y.) score at the 1:57 mark. Schanen netted his fourth goal of the opening half with just over a minute to play to cut RU’s lead down to 8-7 at intermission.

Rutgers controlled much of the third quarter, taking 17 shots to St. John’s three. Mike Diehl (Flemington, N.J.) scored twice and Gerhard Buehning (Essex Fells, N.J.) added another to push RU’s lead to 11-7. With consecutive goals spanning the third and fourth quarters, STJ pulled to within two (11-9), but Kelly drilled back-to-back scores to push the Scarlet Knight lead back to four. The Red Storm would get no closer than three goals the rest of the way. Score by period Rutgers Saint Joseph's

1 2 3 4 Total 33017 3 3 2 2 10

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Michael Diehl 2; Kory Kelly 2; Gerhard Buehning 1; Collin Donahue 1; Tad Stanwick 1. ASSISTS: Jeff Rommel 4; Gerhard Buehning 1; Michael Diehl 1; Justin Pennington 1. Saint Joseph's SCORING: GOALS: Cullinan, Scott 3; Gorman, Charlie 2; Evans, Sean 2; D'Avanzo, Joey 1; Bopf, R.J. 1; O'Neill, Chris 1. ASSISTS: Lopes, Alex 3; Gorman, Charlie 2; Dunn, Tom 1; Evans, Sean 1; Manadela, Drew 1.

Game 10: Rutgers 17, Wagner 1 - March 31 Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Scores 17 Straight Goals in Win Over Wagner Kelly Nets Third Consecutive Hat Trick

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Sophomore Kory Kelly (Princeton, N.J.) posted his third straight hat trick and 10 different Scarlet Knights scored to lead the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team to a 17-1 victory over Wagner Tuesday evening at Yurcak Field. The one goal given up is the fewest goals surrendered by a Rutgers team since a 10-1 victory over Yale on April 4, 1998. RU’s 17 goals is a season-high and the Scarlet Knights offense has scored a remarkable 31 goals in the last two games.

Senior Jeff Rommel (Syracuse, N.Y.) tallied a season-high three goals and dished out an assist for Rutgers (4-6), while classmate Mike Dugan (Summit, N.J.) recorded a goal and a game-best four assists.

Wagner (1-9) scored its only goal of the game just over a minute into the game to take a 1-0 lead. Rutgers would control play the rest of the half though, ending the period on a 9-0 run. RU outshot Wagner 53-12 and won 16-of-22 face-offs. “I thought as the game went on, we did what we had to do to take care of business,” said head coach Jim Stagnitta. “It was nice to have an opportunity to get a lot of these guys in the game because they work just as hard as everyone else all week. That was certainly a bonus.” Score by period WAGNER Rutgers

1 2 3 4 Total 10001 5 4 5 3 17

WAGNER SCORING: GOALS: SCHEERER, Mike 1. ASSISTS: JANDA, Marcus 1. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Kory Kelly 4; Jeff Rommel 3; Kevin Hover 2; Michael Diehl 2; Gerhard Buehning 1; Taylor Bottar 1; Hunter Burnard 1; Erik Stilley 1; Tim Rommel 1; Adam Goldberg 1. ASSISTS: Mike Dugan 4; Taylor Bottar 1; Gerhard Buehning 1; Hunter Burnard 1; Jeff Rommel 1. Game 11: No. 16 Loyola 12, Rutgers 9 - April 4 Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Has Winning Streak Snapped Against No. 16 Loyola Dugan Records Two Goals and Two Assists

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Senior Mike Dugan (Summit, N.J.) recorded a season-high four points on two goals and two assists, but the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team dropped a 12-9 decision to No. 16 Loyola Saturday afternoon at Yurcak Field.

Loyola (6-4, 3-1) used three consecutive scores to begin the second half to break open what was a closely contested first half. Rutgers (4-7, 2-2) drops to fourth place in the ECAC standings. Junior Gerhard Buehning (Essex Fells, N.J.) had a season-high three points on two goals and an assist and junior goalkeeper Billy Olin (Horseheads, N.Y.) recorded 11 saves, including 10 in the second half.

“I thought we made some fundamental mistakes today,” said head coach Jim Stagnitta. “Simple things like not moving to the ball and dropping the ball hurt us. When we made those mistakes that led to turnovers, they were able to turn around and bring them right back at us. We had some good looks and we took advantage of them, but we needed to generate more shots.” Loyola sprinted out to an early 2-0 lead with back-to-back goals from Mike Sawyer and Stephen Murray. Rutgers would match the Greyhounds early output with consecutive scores of its own from

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Dugan and senior Jeff Rommel (Syracuse, N.Y.). The Greyhounds then went on a 3-0 run spanning the first and second quarter to take a 5-2 lead.

Midway through the second quarter, RU pulled to within a score as Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.) and Mike Diehl (Flemington, N.J.) scored back-to-back goals in a two-minute span. Loyola quickly pushed its lead back to three as Shane Koppens and Sawyer each netted goals. The Scarlet Knights would gain some momentum going into the intermission as Dugan scored his second goal to cut the Loyola advantage to 7-5 with 1:12 remaining in the half.

Loyola started the third quarter strong with three straight goals to take their largest lead of the day at 10-5. The squads would trade the next four goals and the Greyhounds held a 12-7 lead midway through the fourth quarter. Rutgers would make one last push to get back into the game as Kory Kelly (Princeton, N.J.) and Buehning each tallied goals, but the Scarlet Knights would get no closer than three the rest of the game. Score by period Loyola Rutgers

1 2 3 4 Total 4 3 3 2 12 23139

Loyola SCORING: GOALS: Mike Sawyer 4; Shane Koppens 2; Collin Finnerty 2; Cooper MacDonnell 1; Eric Lusby 1; Chris Basler 1; Stephen Murray 1. ASSISTS: Taylor Ebsary 1; Collin Finnerty 1; Shane Koppens 1; Cooper MacDonnell 1. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Mike Dugan 2; Gerhard Buehning 2; Justin Pennington 1; Jeff Rommel 1; Michael Diehl 1; Kory Kelly 1; Tad Stanwick 1. ASSISTS: Mike Dugan 2; Gerhard Buehning 1; Hunter Burnard 1; Justin Pennington Game 12: Rutgers 10, Syracuse 3 - April 11 Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Falls at No. 5 Syracuse

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Despite holding No. 5 Syracuse to their third lowest goal output of the season, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team fell 10-3 Saturday afternoon in front of 5,112 fans at the Carrier Dome. Junior Gerhard Buehning (Essex Fells, N.J.) had two scores for RU and classmate Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.) added a goal to pace the Scarlet Knight offense.

“This game was kind of a snapshot of what our season has been like,” said head coach Jim Stagnitta. “We had some great opportunities and we didn’t capitalize. We’ve struggled finishing all year. I thought we played hard but a good team like Syracuse will make you pay when you make the kind of mistakes we did today.” Rutgers (4-8) outshot Syracuse (8-2) in the opening half, 14-12, but the Scarlet Knights were unable to get one by Orange goalkeeper John Galloway. Syracuse took advantage of its 12 shots, scoring on five. Five different Orange players scored and the Scarlet Knights trailed 5-0 at the half. Syracuse would push its lead to 6-0 before Pennington tallied his 10th goal of the season just over five minutes into the second half. The Scarlet Knights regained possession after the face-off and Mike Diehl (Flemington, N.J.) ripped a shot off the post that could have brought RU to within four scores. The Orange would take advantage of RU’s lost opportunity, scoring the next four goals to push their lead to 10-1 midway through the fourth quarter. Rutgers would get back on the scoreboard as Buehning netted consecutive goals with less than seven minutes remaining to cut the final deficit to 10-3. Junior goalkeeper Billy Olin (Horseheads, N.Y.) recorded seven

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saves, while senior Peter Pantages (Roseland, N.Y.) made two. Galloway tallied eight saves for the Orange. Score by period 1 2 3 4 Total Rutgers 00123 Syracuse 2 3 4 1 10

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Gerhard Buehning 2; Justin Pennington 1. ASSISTS: Chris O'Dougherty 1.

Syracuse SCORING: GOALS: DANIELLO, Chris 3; KEOGH, Stephen 3; NIMS, Kenny 1; WHITE, Joel 1; HARDY, Dan 1; NIEWIEROSKI, Greg 1. ASSISTS: NIMS, Kenny 2; PERRITT, Patrick 1; WHITE, Joel 1.

Game 13: Penn State 9, Rutgers 4 - April 18 Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Falls in Matchup with Penn State at Rutgers Stadium

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – The Rutgers men’s lacrosse team was unable to climb out of an early deficit, falling to ECAC foe Penn State, 9-4, Saturday afternoon in front of 2,500 fans at Rutgers Stadium.

The Scarlet Knights (4-9, 2-3) were led by junior Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.) with two goals and classmate Billy Olin (Horseheads, N.Y.) who recorded a game-high 14 saves. Penn State (7-5, 3-3) was paced by Rob Forster’s game-best four goals. Penn State raced out to an early 3-0 lead in the first quarter, getting goals from three different players. Pennington would get RU on the board at the 4:13 mark of the opening stanza, scoring off a pass from hometown teammate Mike Diehl (Flemington, N.J.).

The Nittany Lion defense would hold RU scoreless in the second quarter and PSU scored five consecutive goals spanning three quarters to extend its advantage to 8-1. The Scarlet Knights would mount a late comeback, getting three straight goals from Pennington, Kory Kelly (Princeton, N.J.) and Gerhard Buehning (Essex Fells, N.J.). Rutgers would be held scoreless over the final nine minutes and get no closer than four scores the rest of the way. Rutgers outshot Penn State 41-33 and held a plus-six advantage in turnovers. Score by period Penn State Rutgers

1 2 3 4 Total 42219 10124

Penn State SCORING: GOALS: Forster, Rob 4; Hogan, Chris 3; Toner, Mike 1; Vosburgh, Colton 1. ASSISTS: Mackrides, Matthew 2; Hogan, Chris 1; Shea, Brian 1. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Justin Pennington 2; Kory Kelly 1; Gerhard Buehning 1. ASSISTS: Hunter Burnard 1; Michael Diehl 1. Game 14: Rutgers 15, Georgetown 7 - April 25 Pennington’s Hat Trick Not Enough as Rutgers Falls at Georgetown

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Junior Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.) netted a season-high three goals and dished out an assist, but the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team lost its road finale against Georgetown, 15-7, Saturday afternoon at Multi-Sport Field.

The Scarlet Knights (4-10, 2-4) also got two goals from junior Tad Stanwick (Baltimore, Md.) and a team-high two assists from senior Mike Dugan (Summit, N.J.). Georgetown (7-6, 3-3) was paced by Scott Kocis, who tallied three goals for the Hoyas.


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After giving up the first goal of the game, Rutgers took a 2-1 lead off back-to-back scores from Stanwick. The Scarlet Knights could not maintain the advantage though, being held scoreless for the next 37:33. During the stretch the Hoyas posted nine straight goals to take a 10-2 lead.

Rutgers played perhaps its best quarter of the season in the opening stanza. After a UMass (9-5, 6-1) goal from Art Kell, the Scarlet Knights scored five consecutive goals from five different players to take a 5-1 lead. The five scores were the most UMass gave up in the opening quarter all year.

Score by period Rutgers Georgetown

Rutgers responded with back-to-back goals from Kelly and Buhning in a less than two minute span to reclaim the lead, 7-6. The backand-forth affair would continue as Balise and Jim Connolly scored consecutive goals to put the Minutemen back ahead at the end of the third quarter.

Pennington would lead a late RU rally, scoring consecutive goals to bring the Scarlet Knights to within six early in the fourth quarter. Georgetown would thwart off the Scarlet Knight rally though, posting five straight goals to take its largest lead of the day at 15-4. Rutgers would score the final three goals of the game, but get no closer than eight the rest of the way. 1 2 3 4 Total 20147 6 2 2 5 15

Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Justin Pennington 3; Tad Stanwick 2; Adam Goldberg 1; Gerhard Buehning 1. ASSISTS: Mike Dugan 2; Kevin Hover 2; Michael Diehl 1; Justin Pennington 1; Erik Stilley 1.

Georgetown SCORING: GOALS: Scott Kocis 3; Jake Samperton 2; Craig Dowd 1; Ricky Mirabito 1; Andrew Brancaccio 1; Chris Schuville 1; Chris Taylor 1; Francis McDonough 1; Stoddie Nibley 1; Gerry Reilly 1; Eric Reinhardt 1; David Shriver 1. ASSISTS: Craig Dowd 2; Jake Samperton 2; Ricky Mirabito 1; Cullen Molinari 1; Chris Nixon 1; Jon Schoen 1; Ryan Shuler 1; Brett Weiss 1. Game 15: UMass 11, Rutgers 10 - May 2 Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Drops Overtime Thriller to No. 15 UMass Buehning Nets Career-High Four Goals

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Junior Gerhard Buehning (Essex Fells, N.J.) tallied a career-high four goals to pace a stellar effort from the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team, but No. 15 UMass prevailed 11-10 in overtime to clinch the 2009 ECAC title Saturday afternoon at Yurcak Field. Trailing by one with less than two minutes to play, Buehning tied the game at 10 with his fourth goal of the day off a pass from freshman Mike Diehl (Flemington, N.J.) to send the game into overtime. Buehning had a chance to win the game for the Scarlet Knights a minute into the extra stanza, but Minutemen goalkeeper Doc Schneider made his 19th save of the game. UMass would score on the ensuing possession as Tim Balise posted his game-high fifth goal on a bounce shot that slid past RU senior goalkeeper Peter Pantages (Roseland, N.Y.).

The Minutemen answered though, scoring five unanswered goals themselves, including three in the second quarter. UMass held RU scoreless for 26:03 and a goal from Balise would break the 5-5 halftime tie and give the Minutemen their first lead of the day.

Buehning's third goal of the day tied the game at eight just a minute into the fourth. Bobby Hayes put UMass back on top, 9-8, with his ninth tally of the season just two minutes later. Stellar goalkeeping and solid defense would be the story over the next eight minutes and RU did not attempt a shot until a Kelly rip found the back of the net to tie the game at nine with less than four minutes remaining.

Connolly’s third goal of the day gave UMass its fourth lead (10-9) of the second half and would set the stage for the dramatic final minutes. Prior to today’s opening face-off, seven Scarlet Knight seniors were honored for their careers at Rutgers. Stephen Campbell (Vestal, N.Y.), Mike DeMeo (Manhasset, N.Y.), Mike Dugan (Summit, N.J.), Chris O’Dougherty (Kinnelon, N.J.), Pantages, Jeff Rommel (Syracuse, N.Y.) and Will Stone (Wantagh, N.Y.) make up the 2009 RU senior class. Score by period 1 2 3 4 Total Penn State 42219 Rutgers 10124

Penn State SCORING: GOALS: Forster, Rob 4; Hogan, Chris 3; Toner, Mike 1; Vosburgh, Colton 1. ASSISTS: Mackrides, Matthew 2; Hogan, Chris 1; Shea, Brian 1. Rutgers SCORING: GOALS: Justin Pennington 2

Rutgers (4-11, 2-5) received significant contributions from sophomore Kory Kelly (Princeton, N.J.) and junior Justin Pennington (Flemington, N.J.). Kelly scored two goals to end the year with a team-high 27 and Pennington posted a goal and dished out a gamehigh two assists. Pennington ends the year as RU’s leader in points (32) and assists (16). “I believe in the people in our locker room and the quality of the people in there,” said head coach Jim Stagnitta. “They showed a lot today. UMass had everything to play for and we didn’t have anything to play for, except pride. The effort was terrific and we had our chances. We never quit and never let down. “Some people stepped up and played the way they are capable of playing. I can walk away, as disappointed as I am and I know these guys are in the way the season turned out, knowing that what I thought about the ability and the talent level of this group is true. The majority of the guys are coming back and even though this loss is difficult, hopefully we’ll learn from it and get better.”

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Overall Record: 6-7 • ECAC: 4-3 • Home: 4-4 • Away: 2-2 • Neutral: 0-1 ## 31 1 20 6 29 7 12 3 9 2 17 21 37 11 18 10 26 27 4 43 36 34 25 5 23 30 14 38 42 8 44 39 33 28 22 15 13

Name Kory Kelly Gerhard Buehning Justin Pennington Michael Diehl Jeff Rommel Mike Dugan Tad Stanwick Brendan Porter Hunter Burnard Kevin Hover Collin Donahue Will Mangan Erik Stilley Adam Goldberg Taylor Bottar Tim Rommel Steven Watson Brian Shemesh Chris O'Dougherty Ryan Warnick Marcus Giarrusso Chris Neinstedt Michael Stagnitta Zachary Zenda Stephen Belichick Mike DeMeo Nick Zerrillo Cooper Kyprianou Mike Hurwitz Billy Olin Will Stone Andrew D'Agostino Jacob Fradkin Sean Hover Chris Mattes Peter Pantages Taylor Vickers-Annis

GP-GS 15-9 15-4 14-8 15-13 15-11 15-11 15-12 14-0 15-6 10-2 7-1 12-1 10-7 11-3 14-0 6-0 15-0 15-11 15-15 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 7-0 3-0 7-0 2-0 1-0 14-10 15-8 15-0 15-13 12-0 9-0 9-5 5-0

G 27 17 16 14 9 8 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 1 3 16 7 9 11 3 0 9 2 0 0 2 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

## 36 8 15

Name Marcus Giarrusso Billy Olin Peter Pantages Total............... Opponents...........

GP 1 13 9 15 15

GS 0 10 5

GOAL AVERAGE Minutes GA 5:59 0 602:21 93 293:17 48 901:37 141 901:37 117

Total............... Opponents...........

GOALS BY PERIOD Rutgers Opponents

SHOTS BY PERIOD Rutgers Opponents

SHOTS ON GOAL BY PRD Rutgers Opponents SAVES BY PERIOD Rutgers Opponents

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

15 15

117 141

70 77

Pts 28 20 32 21 18 19 7 3 12 5 2 2 4 2 7 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

187 218

532 484

GAAvg 0.00 9.26 9.82 9.38 7.79

1st 34 34

2nd 24 39

3rd 26 34

4th 33 33

OT 0 1

1st 67 70

2nd 61 82

3rd 69 71

4th 73 69

OT 1 1

1st 129 113

1st 36 33

RU 7237 7/1034 1/1923

2nd 131 139

2nd 43 37

3rd 140 116

3rd 37 43

OPP 8411 7/1202

4th 131 115

4th 36 40

CLEARS: Rutgers -- 213-273 .780, Opponents -- 246-304 .809. MAN-UP OPPS: Rutgers -- 16-50 .320, Opponents -- 17-48 .354.

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OT 0 1

Shot% .325 .236 .195 .275 .167 .333 .267 .188 .130 .167 .333 .182 .118 .118 .056 .167 .333 .200 1.00 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

.220 .291

SAVES Saves 0 103 49 152 154 Total 117 141 Total 532 484 Total 271 293 Total 152 154

SOG 50 37 40 28 25 17 4 8 9 11 5 3 4 9 10 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0

271 293

Pct .000 .526 .505 .519 .568

SOG% .602 .514 .488 .549 .463 .708 .267 .500 .391 .611 .833 .273 .235 .529 .556 .333 .333 .400 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .750 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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2009 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result 2/14 VILLANOVA L 4-8 2/18 at Manhattan W 11-7 2/21 at UMBC L, 10-17 2/28 at St. Joseph’s L, 7-10 3/7 at Fairfield* L, 4-5 3/14 #20 ARMY L, 6-9 3/21 #13 HOBART* W, 5-4 3/24 #5 PRINCETON L, 6-13 3/28 ST. JOHN’S* W, 14-10 3/31 WAGNER W, 17-1 4/4 #16 LOYOLA* L, 9-12 4/11 at #5 Syracuse L.,3-10 4/18 PENN STATE* L, 4-9 4/25 at #17 Georgetown*L, 7-15 5/2 #15 UMass* LOT, 10-11 Home games in CAPS *ECAC Game


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Over 100 years ago, three Rutgers University students organized the first men’s lacrosse team and unknowingly initiated a Rutgers sports program that would consistently be among the nation’s best. It was the year 1887. The first squad, which went 0-4 that season, would be the only squad in school history to suffer through a season without a victory. Rutgers’ first team captain was Charles Devine, class of 1890; John Polack, class of 1889, served as the first business manager of the 1887 and 1888 teams. In 1889, player-coach Samuel Lockett paced the Scarlet to the squads’ first winning season as the team went 2-1. Three decades would pass before the game would be witnessed at Rutgers again. Through the efforts of Harland W. “Tots” Meistrell, lacrosse was reinstated at the University in 1920. In his first and only season as head coach, Frank Graham led the newly re-established Scarlet Knights squad to a 1-5 record. Over the next five years, Albert Brisotti would occupy the helm of the Rutgers lacrosse program and lead the Scarlet to a 16-21-2 record. He unfortunately has been immortalized in Rutgers lacrosse history as the only coach to hold the reins for more than one season and come away with a career losing record. Regardless of this fact, many noted and successful Rutgers alumni wore the Scarlet on the lacrosse field during the Brisotti years, including the late United States Senator Clifford Case (Class of 1925) and Ozzie Nelson (Class of 1927). Rutgers’ proud winning lacrosse tradition began when former Syracuse All-American Fred Fitch took over the coaching reins in 1926. Since the Fitch years and leading up to the present day, the Rutgers lacrosse program has only suffered 18 losing campaigns in more than 70 seasons of competition. While under Fitch’s direction, the Scarlet Knights joined the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA). During the late 1920’s and 30’s, Fitch transformed Rutgers into a national men’s lacrosse powerhouse. In 1928, Rutgers was

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named co-national champions along with Johns Hopkins, Maryland and Navy. In 1927 and 1932, Rutgers finished fourth in the USILA rankings. The 1932 Scarlet Knights, who netted a 7-2-1 season, were selected to participate in the Olympic tryouts, securing a win over Syracuse in the first round, but losing by one goal (5-4) to Maryland in the second round. A tandem termed “the best attack pair in the country,” George Latimer and Joseph “Frenchy” Julien led that squad to national prominence. Both men were eventually inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame along with their coach, Fred Fitch. Fitch, who has the honor of being the second all-time winningest coach “On the Banks”, recorded 106-71-8 record during his 22-year career which was interrupted by World War II in 1943. He resumed coaching the Scarlet at the conclusion of the war in 1946, and ended his tenure in 1949. The program reached an even higher level with the arrival of head coach Al Twitchell in 1950. The Scarlet squad only underwent two losing seasons during his campaign, but reached a number of milestones that far outshone those records. Twitchell’s 1955 team won the Laurie Cox Division Championship, a national division championship, which it shared with Hofstra. The 1955 season was also significant for several other reasons. That year, the Scarlet Knights battled Reid Jackson ‘94 was chosen as a member of the Princeton to a 14-14 1998 United States Lacrosse Team. He was tie in an epic, double- inducted into the Rutgers Olympic Sports Hall of Fame. overtime war. Rutgers, who went 8-1-1 that year, also defeated Syracuse on the road, 23-19. That Orangemen team featured All-American Jim Brown who, historians recall, was outplayed by RU’s Hall of Famer, Bob Kelley. The 1956 Scarlet Knights, captained by Bob Andrews and Kelley, went 9-1, losing their lone contest to Syracuse but finishing third in the nation. Between 1950 and 1961, Twitchell led Rutgers to an impressive 86-39-1 record, including a fourthranked finish in 1958. Twitchell was honored by being inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1967. Three-time Scarlet All-American Bob Naso, who played under Twitchell from 1956-1959, took over the program from his

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mentor in 1962. In eling his squads around the world. In addition to bringing teams his 13 seasons, which to British Columbia and Australia for exhibition tournaments, spanned 1962 to Hayes took his 1992 squad to Bermuda for the first-ever 1974, Naso led the Bermuda Lacrosse Invitational, and his 1996 squad to England squad to 10 winning for a two-week round of games, camps, and clinics. campaigns. He recovIn 2001, Jim Stagnitta took over as head coach. In just his ered from an inaugusecond year, he guided RU to an NCAA Tournament appearance, ral 3-7 season and as Rutgers improved from 2-12 in 2002 to 10-5 and hosted completed his coachGeorgetown in the first round of the tournament. Stagnitta was ing career with an named the ECAC and USILA National Coach of the Year. impressive 95-59-1 Stagnitta came to RU from Washington and Lee University, record. The highlight where he led the Generals to 12 consecutive winning seasons of Naso’s career and five appearances in the NCAA Tournament. came in 1972 as he Ten men who have been associated with the Rutgers directed Rutgers to its University lacrosse program have had the distinction being first-ever NCAA playoff named to the United States International Lacrosse Association appearance. The Hall of Fame. Four coaches have been honored, including forNCAA playoff system mer coaches Al Brisotti in 1958, Fred Fitch in 1961, Tom Hayes was instituted in 1971. in 1990, as well as forHe repeated the feat mer player and later Ron Yurcak ‘65 with his 1974 squad. coach Albert Twitchell Tom Hayes moved into the leadership role in 1975. Hayes (‘32) in 1967. Former led the Scarlet Knights to 21 winning Rutgers players include seasons and to final Top 20 rankings Joseph Julien (‘32) in for 24 straight years. 1965, George Latimer Under Hayes, Rutgers lacrosse ('32) in 1972, Willis teams established a 194-156 Bilderback (‘30) in record, including five NCAA appear1973, Robert Kelley ances, two of which occurred in back('56) in 1985, and most to-back seasons. Three of Hayes’ recently, John Valestra teams earned national rankings of (‘64) in 1996. In addiseven, occurring in 1975, 1982, and tion, the man responsi1986. During the Hayes era, 55 Allble for reinstating the Americans were selected from Rutgers lacrosse proRutgers and 30 North-South All-Star gram in 1920, Harland game participants, as well as an Meistrell, in 1962. international player in Brody Bush, Since its inception, who played with the United States the lacrosse program team that won the international at the State University Keith Cromwell ‘01 championship in 1996. Scarlet of New Jersey has proKnight firsts which occurred under duced 548 victories and 196 All-Americans. In keeping the uniJohn Valestra ‘64 Hayes include the first team to win 11 versity in the national spotlight for almost three-quarters of a games in a season (1986), the first victory in an NCAA tournacentury, the Scarlet Knight laxmen truly have established a ment game proud tradition, and Jim Coach Years at Rutgers Record (1986), and the Charles Devine (player/coach) ..................................1887-88..................................................................................1-11-1 Stagnitta is looking to longest winning build upon the winning Samuel Lockett (player/coach)..................................1889**..........................................................................................2-1 Frank Graham ......................................................................1920**..........................................................................................1-5 streak of nine lacrosse tradition at Albert Brisotti ......................................................................1921-25 ..............................................................................16-21-2 (1982). Rutgers University. Fred Fitch* ............................................................................1926-43, 1946-49 ....................................................106-71-8 Hayes Al Twitchell ............................................................................1950-61 ..............................................................................86-39-1 brought interna- Bob Naso ................................................................................1962-74 ..............................................................................95-60-1 tional distinction Tom Hayes ............................................................................1975-2000 ......................................................................194-156 Bill Dirrigl ................................................................................2001 ................................................................................................5-8 to the Scarlet Jim Stagnitta ........................................................................2002 - present......................................................................46-64 Knight lacrosse * Fitch’s career was interrupted during WWII program by trav- ** There was no team at Rutgers from 1891-1919

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ALL-AMERICANS

Greg Rinaldi

Ed Haugevik

Alton, Henry Clay - D - First Team ‘28, Second Team ‘29 Ambrose, Joseph - M - Honorable Mention ‘53 Anderson, James - M - Second Team ‘63 Andrews, Robert - A - Second Team ‘55, Second Team ‘56 Apel, Charles - D - Honorable Mention ‘75, Third Team ‘77 Arata, Steven - M - Honorable Mention ‘74 Austin, William - M - Honorable Mention ‘58, Honorable Mention ‘59 Babcock, Warren - A - Honorable Mention ‘33 Baser, Fred - M - Second Team ‘41 Bender, David - M - First Team ‘25 Beneville, Wallace - D - Third Team ‘51, First Team ‘52 Benkert, Henry - A - Second Team ‘24, Second Team ‘26 Bossow, Kenneth - D - Honorable Mention ‘55 Bryan, Robert - G - Third Team ‘72, Honorable Mention ‘73, Honorable Mention ‘74 Calello, Albert -M - Honorable Mention ‘52 Canavan, Joe - A - Honorable Mention ‘64 Carney, Bob - M - Honorable Mention ‘73 Chandler, Wallace - D - Second Team ‘26 Clark, Robert - D - Honorable Mention ‘60 Cramer, Richard - M - Honorable Mention ‘48 Cromwell, Keith - A - Honorable Mention ‘99, Second Team ‘00, FIrst Team ‘01 Cronin, Jerry - M - First Team ‘32 Cuffe, Kenneth - M - Honorable Mention ‘49 Cyphers, Harry - A - Honorable Mention ‘47 D’Antonio, James - A - Honorable Mention ‘64 Darlington, George - D - Third Team ‘61 Daut, Jack - A - First Team ‘55, Honorable Mention ‘56, First Team ‘57 DeCicco, Andrew - A - Honorable Mention ‘89 Dickson, Edward - D - First Team ‘23 DiLiberti, Charles - D - Honorable Mention ‘47, Second Team ‘48 Disciorio, David - M - Second Team ‘86 Duca, Jeff - A - Honorable Mention ‘03 Emmer, Jack - D - Second Team ‘67 Evans, William - M - First Team ‘40 Evanson, E.W. - G - Second Team ‘30 Farquaharson, Ross - M - Second Team ‘58 Ford, James - A - Honorable Mention ‘78, Honorable Mention ‘79, Second Team ‘80 Gabriel, Gerald - M - Honorable Mention ‘53, Honorable Mention ‘54 Garrison, Samuel - D - Honorable Mention ‘54 Gilman, Jim - G - Honorable Mention ‘86, Honorable Mention ‘87 Gladwin, Richard -A - Honorable Mention ‘49, Honorable Mention ‘50 Glucker, Donald - G - Honorable Mention ‘55, Honorable Mention ‘57 Gosnell, Douglas - M - Honorable Mention ‘51 Hallock, George - G - Third Team ‘36, Second Team ‘37 Haugevik, Andrew - M - Honorable Mention ‘71, Honorable Mention ‘72 Haugevik, Ed - D - First Team ‘72, First Team ‘73 Havalchak, Greg - G - Honorable Mention ‘03, Second Team ‘04, Honorable Mention ‘06 Hitchner, Stephen - D - Second Team ‘38, Second Team ‘39 Howland, John - A - Honorable Mention ‘57, Second Team’58, First Team ‘59 Humphreys, James - M - First Team ‘34 Jackson, Reid - D - Honorable Mention ‘92, Second Team ‘93, First Team ‘94 Joinnides, Paul - A -Third Team ‘68 Julien, Joseph - A - Honorable Mention ‘30 Kearney, Edward - M - Second Team ‘29, First Team ‘30 Keiler, Henry - M - First Team ‘24 Kelley, Robert - M - Honorable Mention ‘54, First Team ‘55, First Team ‘56 Knauss, W. Richard - M - Second Team ‘31 Koch, Ted - G - Honorable Mention ‘60, Second Team ‘61 Kopley, Matt - M - Honorable Mention ‘98 Kowalski, Jay - M - Honorable Mention ‘62 Lamb, George - M - Honorable Mention ‘65 Latimer, George - M - First Team ‘30 , First Team ‘31, First Team ‘32 Leitch, Richard - A - Honorable Mention ‘68 Lewis, Rich - D - Honorable Mention ‘86, Honorable Mention ‘87 Lincoln, Allan B. - A - Honorable Mention ‘23

Albert Ray

Reid Jackson

John Valestra

Little, George - D - Honorable Mention ‘50 Luciano, Steve - A - Honorable Mention ‘90, Honorable Mention ‘91 Lugossy, Frank - D - Honorable Mention ‘61 Martocci, Victor - D - Second Team ‘70 Matthews, Roger - A - Honorable Mention ‘63 McVeigh, Malcolm - A - Honorable Mention ‘50, Honorable Mention ‘51 Montgomery, Monte - M - Honorable Mention ‘54, Honorable Mention ‘55 Moreau, Mark - D - Honorable Mention ‘88, Third Team ‘89 Mudie, Bob - M - Second Team ‘65 Mudie, Charles - M - Third Team ‘66, Third Team ‘67 Naslonski, Bill - M - Honorable Mention ‘83, Second Team ‘84 Naslonski, John - G - Honorable Mention ‘84 Naso, Robert - M - Honorable Mention ‘57, Third Team ‘58, Second Team ‘59 Neuman, William - M - Second Team ‘43 Nicklas, Rich - A -Third Team ‘59 O’Dougherty, Chris - D - Honorable Mention ‘07 O'Shea, Ryan - A - Honorable Mention ‘93, Honorable Mention ‘94, Third Team ‘95 Opdyke, Dwight - M - Third Team ‘33, Second Team ‘34 Orlick, Joseph - M - Honorable Mention ‘49, Honorable Mention ‘50 Osgood, Charles - M - Third Team ‘25 Pencek, Dick - D - Third Team ‘59, Second Team ‘60 Pennington, Justin - M - Honorable Mention ‘08 Perry, Arthur - M - First Team ‘38 Polcanis, Franklin - M - First Team ‘36 Potter, Edgar J. - G - Honorable Mention ‘25 Powless, Delby - A - Honorable Mention ‘03, Honorable Mention ‘04 Raniere, George - D - Honorable Mention ‘47 Ray, Al - M - Honorable Mention ‘80, First Team ‘82, Second Team ‘83 Reilly, Joe - M - Third Team ‘78, Honorable Mention ‘79 Rinaldi, Greg - M - Third Team ‘88, Third Team ‘89, First Team ‘90 Rinck, Michael - A - Honorable Mention ‘75 Roberts, Clifford - A - First Team ‘27, First Team ‘28 Robinson, Arthur - D - Honorable Mention ‘57 Rockafeller II, Harry - G - Third Team ‘40 Rogers, Mike - D - Third Team ‘90, Honorable Mention ‘91 Rohrbach, Nelson - A - Third Team ‘29 Roos, Brad - M - Honorable Mention ‘85 Ross, Kenneth - M - Third Team ‘42 Ruch, Kenneth - M - Honorable Mention ‘26 Sasser, Alfred - M - Honorable Mention ‘47, Honorable Mention ‘48 Savidge, G. Peter - D - Third Team ‘64, Second Team ‘65, Second Team ‘66 Schmidt, Herb - M - Honorable Mention ‘62 Schmidt, Ralph - A - First Team ‘42 Schmidt, Walter - M - Honorable Mention ‘61 Scipione, Rich - G - Honorable Mention ‘77 Seaman, Lloyd - M - Honorable Mention ‘59 Seward, Mike - D - Honorable Mention ‘96 Shaivitz, Ed - G - Honorable Mention ‘67, Honorable Mention ‘68 Stevens, Donald - A - Honorable Mention ‘52, Honorable Mention ‘53 Sweeney, Tom - A - Honorable Mention ‘77, Honorable Mention ‘78, Honorable Mention ‘79, Honorable Mention ‘80 Teatom, Jim - M - Honorable Mention ‘75, Second Team ‘76, Second Team ‘77 Thropp, Frank - M - Honorable Mention ‘49 Trabulsy, Ed - A - Second Team ‘87 Trapp, Lou - D - Honorable Mention ‘84, Third Team ‘85 Twitchell, Albert - D - Third Team ‘35 Tyree, Mark - M - Third Team ‘79 Valestra, John - A - Third Team ‘62, First Team ‘63, First Team ‘64 Van Ness, Bruce - M - Honorable Mention ‘69 Vanmater, Daniel - M - First Team ‘35, Third Team ‘36 Vencak, Bob - D - Honorable Mention ‘80, Honorable Mention ‘81, Second Team ‘82 Ward, William - M - First Team ‘33 Watson, Jamie - M - Honorable Mention ‘92 Weismeier, Ed - A - Honorable Mention ‘60 Yurcak, Ronald - A - Honorable Mention ‘65

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1941 Fred Baser, M 1942 Kenneth Ross, M 1943 Bob Byrum Bob Neuman, M George Ranieri, D Don White 1947 Alfred Sasser, M 1948 Charles DiLiberti, D 1950 Dick Gladwin, A 1952 Wallace Benneville, D 1953 Joseph Ambrose, D Don Stevens, A Robert Tillotsen, M 1954 Gerald Gabriel, A Sam Garrison, D 1955 Monte Montgomery, M 1956 Robert Andrews, A Robert Kelley, M 1957 Bruce Barney, A Jack Daut, A Don Gucker, G 1958 Henry Goetz David Pooley Walter J. Schmidt 1959 William Austin, M Robert Naso, M 1960 Bob Clark, D Bill Fleischman, M Dick Pencek, D Ed Wiesmeier, A 1961 George Darlington, D Frank Lugossy, D 1962 Hosted by Rutgers Richard Anderson, A Joseph Kowalski, M Samuel Mudie, M 1963 Jim Anderson, M Robert Applegate Robert Flower 1964 John Canavan, D James D’ Antonio, M John Valestra, A 1965 Ron Yurcak, A 1966 Barry Goldsmith, M John Okulski, D Paul Popson, A Pete Savidge, D 1967 Jack Emmer, D Charles Mudie, M Frank Rotunda, M 1968 Paul Joinnides, A Edward Shavitz, G 1969 Richard Leitch, M Glenn Ritch, A 1970 Russ Hanna, M

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1971 Vic Martocci, D 1972 John Chrillo, M Andy Haugevik, M 1973 Bob Carney, M Ed Haugevik, D 1974 Steve Arata, M Kevin Barrett, M 1975 John Meigel, D Mike Ruick, A Al Zwillinger, M 1976 John Danowski, A 1977 Chuck Apel, D Jim Teatom, M 1978 Richard Prokopcyk, D 1980 Jim Ford, A Tom Sweeney, A 1982 Albert Ray, M Robert Vencak, D 1983 Peter Fienerman 1984 William Naslonski, M Louis Trapp, D 1985 John Naslonski, G 1986 Gregg Fried, M Dave Disciorio, M 1987 Edward Trabulsy, A Richard Lewis, D 1988 Jim Gilman, G 1989 Marc Moreau, D Lou Fusilli 1990 Greg Rinaldi, M 1991 Steve Luciano, A Mike Rogers, D John Schmunk, G 1993 Nick Delapi, M Chris Pratt, A Jamie Watson, M 1994 Reid Jackson, D 1995 John Kidon, G Ryan O’Shea, A Dan Spillett, M 1996 Mike Seward, D 1998 Matt Kopley, D 1999 Brody Bush, A 2000 Paul Boniello, D Rich Brezski, D 2002 Brad Kerwin, D 2003 Jeff Duca, A Nick Schmidt, M 2004 Delby Powless, A Joe Duncan, D 2005 Jamie Lovejoy, M 2006 Greg Havalchak, G 2007 Colin Checcio, A 2009 O’Dougherty, C

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Abbott, Howard - 1930, 31 Abidin, Richard R. - 1958 Achatz, Dan - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Allio, Richard - 1960, 61 Alton, Henry Clay 0- 1927, 28, 29 Ambrose, Joseph T. - 1951, 52, 53 Anderson, Richard 1961, 62 Anderson, Victor - 1960 Anderson, James R. - 1961, 62, 63 Andrews, Robert - 1954, 55, 56 Apel, Andrew - 1993, 94 Apel, Charles A. - 1974, 75, 76, 77 Apel, Matthew - 2001, 02, 03, 04 Applegate, Robert T. - 1961, 62, 63 Aquila, John - 1935 Arata, M. Stephen - 1973, 74 Arps, Walter E. - 1928 Ashcraft, Josh - 2004, 05, 06, 07 Ashforth, Brian - 1982 Atkinson, Robert W. - 1949, 50 Atwood, Donner R. - 1943 Aubry, Robert - 1938 Austin, Jr., William W. - 1957, 58, 59 Auten, Jr., George M. - 1924, 25, 26, 27 Babcock, Warren L. - 1931, 33 Bach, Michael A. - 1963, 64, 65 Bachardy, Mark - 1993, 94, 95 Bacon, Jermey - Mgr - 1952 Badger, Thomas - 1990, 91, 92 Bania, Kent - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Barbero, Albert L. - 1954 Barile, Joseph Vito - 1936, 37, 83 Barney, Bruce A. - 1955, 56, 57 Barrett, John - 2005, 06 Barrett, Kevin T. - 1971, 72, 73, 74 Barske, Harry - 1933, 34 Bartlett, Henry M. - 1923 Baser, Fred R. - 1941, 42 Bass, David - 1987, 88 Basso, Jason - 2001, 02 Battoni, Sean - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Baumann, Arthur H. - 1930, 31 Bayuk, Jeff - 1983, 84, 85, 86 Bayvel, Greg - 2001 Beachem, Terence M. - Mgr - 1968 Beadle, Patti - Mgr - 1978 Beams, Albert S. - 1928 Beckwith, Charles A. - 1955, 56 Bedford, Richard A. - 1980, 81 Beeler, Douglas - 1987, 88, 89, 90 Behrend, John A. - 1949, 50, 51 Bekkevold, Ralph B. - 1976, 77, 78, 79 Belichick, Stephen - 2008, 09 Belshaw, Paul - 1979 Bender, David T. - 1924, 25 Beneville, Wallace L. - 1950, 51, 52 Benjamin, Seth - 1999, 00, 01 Benkert, Henry M. - 1923, 24 Benson, Dan - 2003 Berkeley, Stephen - 1988, 89, 90 Berlitz, Karen - Mgr - 1980, 81 Bernesser, George C. - 1976 Bernston, Chas - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Beyrer, Michael - 1990, 91, 92 Bianchi, Richard - 1987, 88 Bilderback, Willis P. - 1929, 30 Bird, Richard R. - 1963 Bivona, Danny - 2001, 02 Blinn, Cindy - Mgr - 1983, 84, 85 Blitstein, Clifford F. - 1970, 71, 72 Block, Paul A. - 1968 Blomquist, Leif - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Blum, David - 1956 Bohlinger, Anthony - 2001 Bohlinger, Mike - 1999, 00, 01, 02 Bohus, William - 1957 Boniello, Paul - 1998, 99, 00

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Bopp, H. John - 1972, 73, 74, 75 Borges, Joseph - 1991, 92 Boroff, Randy S. - 1971, 72, 73 Bosley, Arthur K. - 1965, 67 Bossow, Kenneth R. - 1953, 54, 55 Bottar, Taylor - 2007, 08, 09 Bottini, Thomas - 2007, 08 Bowers, Charles H. - 1967, 68 Boyce, C. O'Donnell - 1969 Breenbery, Benjamin N. - 1929 Brennan, E. G. - 1923, 24 Brennan, John - 1999 Brickley II, Theodore - 1964 Briggs, Charles David - 1964, 65 Briggs, Andrew - 1983, 84, 85 Britts, Devon - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Brocklebank, S. Wayne - 1949, 50 Brody, David S. - 1960, 62 Bromley, Heather - Mgr - 1990, 91 Brothers, Daivd - 1989 Brown, Harry A. - 1948 Brown, Jason -- 2000 Brown, Steve - 1984, 85 Brown, Timothy T. - 1974 Brown, Alfred G. - 1926, 27 Brown, William J. - 1978, 79 Brush, Robert W. - 1964, 65 Bryan, Christopher - 1998, 99, 00, 01 Bryan, Robert J. - 1971, 72, 73, 74 Brzeski, Richard - 1997, 98, 99, 00 Buchan, Kevin - 1998, 99, 00, 01 Buchanan, Amanada - Mgr - 1999 Buck, Michael - 2001, 02 Buckley, Philip - 1988, 89, 90 Buckley, Craig - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Buehning, Gerhard - 2008, 09 Buki, Shawn - 1988, 89 Bullard, Maurice L. - 1934, 36, 37 Burbank, Rembert W. 1920 Burnard, Hunter, 2007, 08, 09 Burrows, Raymond H. 1962 Burton, Richard - 1987, 88, 89 Buschhorn, Alfred H. - 1934, 35 Bush, R. Brody - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Butler, Kenneth W. 1936 Butt, Ronald G. - 1963, 64 Buttle, George - 1938 Button, Jr, Forrest C. - 1948, 49 Byram, Robert L. - 1942, 43 Byrne, Albert H. 1928 Bzik, John - 1974, 75, 76 Caleollo, Jr., Albert T. - 1950, 51, 52 Camerino, Mike - 1996, 99 Cameron, Matthew - 1991, 93, 94 Campanile, Paul - 1998, 99 Campbell, Norman A. - 1934 Campbell, Steve - 2007, 08 Campbell, Walter E. - 1937, 38 Campion, Albert E. - 1928, 29, 30 Canavan, John A. - 1963, 64 Capro, Rex - 1974, 75, 76, 77 Carafello, Greg - 2006, 07, 08 Cariati, Steven P. - 1962, 63 Carney, Robert E. - 1971, 72, 73 Carolan, Roderick - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Carroll, William J. - 1964, 66, 67 Carter, Randy - Mgr - 1983, 84, 85 Case, Clifford P. - 1924, 25 Cass, F. Richard - 1923, 24, 26, 27 Castagna, John D. - 1978 Cavallaro, Steven Mike - 1981, 82, 83 Cavallo, Joseph - 1977, 78 Ceccoli, Mike - 1996, 98 Chandler, Wallace - 1922, 24, 26 Chandler, James H. - 1941, 42, 43 Chartrand, Richard E. - 1935, 36, 37 Chartrand, Edward - 1939, 40

Chase, Alan I. - 1932 Checcio, Colin - 2004, 05, 06, 07 Chirillo, John R. - 1970, 71, 72 Chopey, Gabriel A. - 1948, 49 Cilip, Christopher -- 2000 Cillo, Anthony R. - 1950, 51, 52 Cirillo, Louis - 1976, 77, 78, 79 Clark, Robert N. - 1958, 59, 60 Clarke, Theodore H. - 1923, 24, 25, 26 Cleary, Thomas - 1990, 91, 92 Clurman, Andrew W. - 1982 Collett, Robert - 1934, 35 Collins, Francis - 2006, 07, 08 Conforti, Andrew - 2001, 02, 03, 04 Cook, Harvey C. - 1921, 22, 23 Cook, Jeffrey J. - 1970 Coomber, Michael - 2001, 02, 03, 04 Corbo, Ricahrd J. - 1974 Corso, Johathan - 1994, 95, 96, 97 Costello, Joseph E. - 1976 Costello, John - 1986, 87, 88, 89 Counes, George - 1999 Couse, Robert L. - Mgr - 1947 Cox, Edwin - 1946 Cramer, Richard T. - 1946, 48, 49 Cromwell, Keith - 1998, 99, 00, 01 Cronin, Jerry G. - 1931, 32 Crowther, John - 1984 Cuffe, Kenneth W. - 1946, 47, 48, 49 Cummins, Christie - Mgr - 1996, 97 Cunningham, David - 1989, 90, 91, 92 Curto, Anthony V. - 1958 Cwikowski, Theodore E. - 1952, 53 Cyphers, Harry W. - 1942, 43, 46, 47 Cyphers, Robert - 1949 D’Agostino, Andrew - 09 D'Andraia, Rocco - 1992 D'Antonio, James A. - 1962, 63, 54 D'Antonio, Jonathan - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Daisley - 1921 Danowski, John E. - 1973, 74, 75, 76 Darby, Wilbur S. - 1938, 39, 40 Darlington, George - 1960, 61 Daut, John F. - 1955, 56, 57 David, Robert E. - 1967, 68 Davis, Dominique - 2004 Davis, Maurice - 1981 Dawson, Patrick - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Deakin, Oliver - 1927 Dechowitz, Fred L. - 1949 DeCicco, Andrew - 1987, 88, 89, 90 Decker, Edward H. - 1929, 30, 31 Deissler, Carl - 1984 Delahunt, Charles S. - 1948, 49, 50 DeLapi, Nicholas - 1990, 91, 92, 93 Delp, Christopher - 1993, 94 DeLucca, Dan - 1994, 95, 96 Demby, Neal A. - 1964 DeMeo, Mike - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Diamond, Arthur M. - 1972, 73, 74 Dickerson, Donald A. - Mgr - 1934 Dickinson, Edward A. - 1922, 23 DiLiberti, Charles - 1947, 48 DiOrio, Joseph - 1946, 47, 48 DiSciorio, David - 1983, 84, 85, 86 Dittmar, K. A. - 1920 Doctor, Chris - 2004, 05, 06, 07 Doherty, Steve - 2007 Doig, Stephen C. - 1928, 29 Domogala, Thomas G. - 1964, 65, 66 Donahue, Colin - 2008, 09 Donovan, Colin - 1992, 93 Donovan, Timothy - 1983, 84, 85, 86 Dorne, Peter D. - 1974, 75 Dougherty, Heather - Mgr - 1999 Dougherty, Patrick - 1988, 89 Dove, William C. - 1947, 48

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Drews, Reynold H. - 1928 Drews, Reynold H. - Mgr - 1929 Drost, Todd - 1987 Dublier, George L. - 1925 Duca, Jeffrey - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Dugan, Mike - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Duggan, T.D. - 1921 Duncan, Joseph - 2001, 02, 03, 04 Dunne, Owen - 1983, 84, 85 Eastwick, Alan R. - 1942, 43, 47 Eastwood, Andrew - 1978, 79, 80, 81 Eckert, James - 1985, 86, 88, 89 Eckhardt, J.W. - 1920, 21, 22 Edgerly, Charles R. - 1937, 38 Eisenhauer, D. Kevin - 1975 Ekedahl, Duane H. - 1952, 53, 54 Ely, Daniel Kyle - 1981, 82 Elzer, Matthew - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Emmer, John S. - 1965, 66, 67 Enander, Ellis A. - 1923, 24 Engelhardt, Drew - 2007, 08 Epperson, Donald - 1986 Epstein, Marc J. - 1967 Ergenbright, Troy - 1999, 00, 01 Erickson, Robert D. - 1969, 70, 71 Evans, William W. - 1937, 39, 40 Evanson, E.W. - 1930 Facciponti, Debbie - Mgr - 1987, 88 Fagan, Shannon - Mgr - 1999 Fairchild, Ralph B. - 1929 Falso, Joseph - 1995, 96, 98, 99 Falzon, Dean - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Farnsworth, Gregory - 1982, 83 Farrar, Lyle - 2005, 06, 07, 08 Farquharson, Jr., William R. - 1956, 57, 58 Feinerman, Peter S. - 1980, 82, 83 Feirer, William A. - 1920, 21 Ferraro, Michael - 1983, 84 Ferraro, Clem - 1961 Fertal, Tom - 1994 Filippone, Nick - 2005, 06, 07, 08 Firkser, Boaz - 1952 Fish, Bradford - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Fisher, Brian - 1998, 99, 00, 01 Fisher, William J. 1978, 79, 80 Fitch, Fred - 1925 Flanagan, Henry E. - 1965, 66, 67 Flanagan, John - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Fleischman, William E. - 1958, 59, 60 Flesch, Renee - Mgr - 1984 Flower, Robert A. - 1962, 63 Flynn, Joseph R. - 1947, 48 Flynn, Brian - 1984, 85 Ford, J. Alexander - 1925 Ford, Ben E. - 1943, 47 Ford, James D. - 1977, 78, 79, 80 Forman, Randolph - 1928, 29 Fornaro, Robert L. - 1973, 74, 75 Forrest, Deborah J. - Mgr - 1973, 74 Fox, Jason - 1994 Fradkin, Jacob - 09 Francke III, William F. - 1952, 53 Freid, Gregg - 1983, 84, 85, 86 Fuller, Richard G. - 1947, 48 Furey, Raymond J. - 1966, 67, 68 Fusilli, Louis - 1986, 87, 88, 89 Gabriel, Gerald V. - 1952, 53, 54 Gaines, Matthew - 2004, 05, 06, 07 Gammello, Chris - 2006, 07, 08 Gant, Jr., Charles H. - Mgr - 1941 Gant, Jr., Charles H. - 1940 Garcia, Frank J. - 1971 Garrison, Samuel - 1953, 54 Gasior, Walter J. - 1950, 51 Gaughran, Jr., Gerard W. - 1974, 76 Gaunt, Stanley N. - 1938 Gerweck, Richard A. - 1949, 50 Ghedina, Joe - 1996

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Gilbert, Zachary - 1999, 00, 01 Gilman, James - 1985, 86, 87, 88 Gisser, Arthur - 1958 Gladwin, Richard A. - 1948, 49, 50 Glass, Norman - 1935, 37 Gleason, Richard W. - 1954, 55 Gleave, Michael T. - 1976, 77 Godfrey, William - 1939, 40 Goetz, Henry W. 1956, 57, 58 Goldberg, Adam - 2007, 08, 09 Goldberg, Jeffrey - 1968 Goldsmith, Bernard - 1964, 65, 66 Goodman, Livingston T. - 1942, 43, 46 Gosnell, Douglas E. - 1949, 50, 51 Gowen, Winthrop - 1940 Gowen, Ernest L. - 1963 Graf, Henry W. - 1933, 34 Graham, Robert W. 1950, 51 Gramarossa, Stephen - 1976, 77, 78, 79 Graulich, George J. - 1958 Gray, Edward D. - 1926, 27, 28 Greason, George H. - 1932 Greenberg, Benjamin N. - 1928, 30 Griffin, Patricia A. - Mgr - 1976 Griswold, Elmer - 1935 Grosch, Blake - 1999 Grubb, Robert N. - 1971, 72 Gucker, Donald H. - 1955, 56, 57 Gutzwiller, James E. - 1939, 40, 41 Hall, William H. - 1961, 62, 63 Hall, Brian K. - 1973 75, 76 Hallock, George M. - 1936, 37,38 Halloran, William B. - 1966, 67, 68 Hamilton, Thomas B. - 1962, 63 Hammel, Alexander - 1942, 43 Hancox, Steve - 1959 Hankins, James B. - 1951 Hanna, Jr., Howard R. - 1970 Harding, Jr., Fred R. - 1964, 65 Hart, Gordon J. - Mgr - 1926 Hart, Gordon J. - 1925 Hasbrouck, Albert R. - 1939, 40, 41 Haugevik, Edward A. - 1972, 73 Haugevik, Andrew L. - 1970, 71 Hayden, Matthew - 1990, 91 Hayden, John - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Hayes, Tom R. - 1992, 93, 94 Hayes, Shannon - Mgr - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Havalchak, Greg - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Heath, Jr., Raymond P. - Mgr - 1948 Heffernan, Christopher - 1981, 82, 83, 84 Hemphill, Clifford J. - 1964, 66 Herbert, Carl M. - 1969, 70 Herger, William - 1987 Heumann, Steven - 1986, 87 Hext, Rachel E. - Mgr - 1973 Heyd, Edward M. - 1931 Higgins, Ivanhoe B. - 1965, 66 Hille, Scott - 1990, 91, 92 Hilliard, A.E. - 1921 Hilliard, J.C. - 1920, 21, 22 Hitchner, Stephen B. - 1937, 38, 39 Hobleman, Alfred C. - 1922, 23 Hoffman, Chris - 2005, 06, 07, 08 Hohman, Michael J. - 1974, 76, 77 Holliman, Kirk E. - 1966, 67, 68 Hollingsworth, Marvin G. - 1987, 88, 89, 90 Holly, Nicholas - 1992, 93, 94 Holthusen, J.A. - 1930 Hopkins, Carroll W. - 1926, 27 Horgan, Timothy - 1999, 00, 01, 02 Horn, Stephen, A - 1967, 68 Horoszewski, Roman - 1962, 63 Hover, Kevin - 09 Hover, Sean - 2007, 08, 09 Howard, Cary - 2005 Howard, Jr., Willis W. - 1952, 53 Howell, Robert C. - 1951, 52, 53

Howell, C. Stuart - 1963 Howland, John B. - 1957, 58, 59 Hubbard, Robert D. - 1949, 50 Huber, William - Mgr - 1963 Hubner, Chris J. - 1977, 78, 79, 80 Hulsmann, James - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Humphreys, James F. - 1932, 33, 34 Hunter, Scott - 1996 Hunton, Jay E. - 1959 Hurlburt, Stewart A. - 1941 Hurwitz, Michael - 2007, 08, 09 Hutchinson, Charles V.A. - Mgr - 1925 Hutchinson, Charles V.A. - 1924 Hutton, John - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Iannascola, Denise - Mgr - 1983 Idowu, Henry - 2007 Irving, Delmont S. - 1966 Irwin, Whitney - 1953 Jackman, Craig - 1995, 96, 97 Jackson, Reid - 1991, 92, 93, 94 Jaffe, Lane - 1995, 96, 97 James, Donald M. - 1920, 21, 22 Jaquiss Harold M. - 1963 Jarema, Andrew - 1936, 37 Jarvis, Ronald - 1940, 41 Jefferds, Vincent H. - 1939, 40, 41 Jennings, Bruce - 1977 Jochim, Frank W. - 1929, 30, 31 Johnson, J. Munson - 1920, 21 Johnson, Robert G. - 1928, 29 Johnson, Wayne K. - 1927, 28 Johnson, Eugene - 1982, 84, 85 Johnson, C. Stanley - 1925 Joinnides, Paul - 1966, 67, 68 Jones, Brandon - 2000, 01, 02 Jones, Darrell - 1985, 86 Jordon, Allan H. - 1963 Juergens, George A. - 1955, 56 Julien, Joseph J. - 1930, 31, 32 Junier, R. Roland - 1966 Jurczak, Greg - 1994, 95, 96, 97 Kahn, Steven - 1977, 78, 79 Kaiman, Dan - 2004 Kampe, Richard A. - 1965, 66 Kane, Michael E. - 1978 Kanterakis, Irene - Mgr - 1999 Keaestner, Sonya - Mgr - 1984, 85, 86 Kearney, Edward - 1928, 29, 30 Keating, Melvin L. - 1967 Kee, Brian A. - 1978 Keel, Stephen - 1998, 99 Keeler, Elmer - 1939, 40 Keiler, Henry F. - 1923, 24 Kelley, - 1922 Kelley, Robert E. - 1954, 55, 56 Kelly, Kory - 2008, 09 Kempf, William - 1928 Kenney, Robert P. - 1954, 55 Kenny, William - 1946 Kent, William - 1981 Kenyon, Alexander - 2001 Kenyon, Christopher - 2001, 02, 04 Kerr, Bradley F. - 1967, 68 Kerwin, Brad - 2000, 01, 02 Kessler, Brent - 1991, 92, 93 Kidon, John - 1992, 93, 94, 95 Kielb, Stephen - 1992, 93 Kiernan, James W. - 1923, 24, 25 Kiley, Alfred - 1960 Kirchner, Richard C. - 1963, 64 Kirkwood, John P. - 1929, 30, 31 Kirst, Kyle - 1988, 89, 90 Kiselick, Mary Ellen - Mgr - 1974 Kizis, Michael L. - 1969, 70 Klinsman, Elmer H. - 1935, 36, 37 Knabb, George T. - 1932 Knacke, Gary f. - 1971, 72, 73 Knauss, Richard J. -1930, 31


Knopf, Mark R. - 1979, 80, 81, 82 Knowles, Albert L. - 1932, 33 Koch, Theodore H. - 1959, 60, 61 Kohmescher, Kristin - Mgr - 1996, 97 Kolon, Chris - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Kopcsik, Jeremy - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Kopley, Matthew - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Kosnac, Stephani - Mgr - 1980 Kowalski, Joseph - 1960, 61, 62 Kramer, George A. - 1932, 33, 34 Kresge, Jonathan - 1992, 93 Krost, Brian S. - 1982, 83, 85 Krueger, Kyle - 1999 Kuchta, Kurt J. - 1973, 74, 75 Kulthau, R.Y. - 1923, 24 Kurdyla, Allen - 1993, 94, 95 Kurdyla, Aaron - 1994, 95, 96, 97 Kyprianou, Cooper - 09 Lagunowich, P. Nicholas - 1992, 93, 94, 95 Lamanna, Christian - 1992, 93, 94, 95 Lamb, George A. - 1963, 64, 65 Lamscha, R. Burton - 1921, 22 Landemare, Jr., H. Maurice - 1952, 53, 54 Lathrop, Churchill P. - Mgr - 1922 Latimer, George A. - 1930, 31, 32 Latona, Joseph - 1978 Lebo, Michael - 1993 Lechtonen, Reino O. - 1935, 36, 37 Lederer, Robert - 1993, 94 Lee, Christopher - 1993, 94 Lee, Jr., Walter A. - 1949, 50 LeFebvre, Michael - 1991 Leitch, Richard J. - 1966, 68, 69 Lemert, Kenneth D. - 1969 Lemken, Robert - 1991, 92, 93, 94 Lenhart, Paul H. - 1943 Letson, Charles T. - 1932 Lewis, Richard - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Lieber, Steven I. - 1968, 69, 70 Lilien, Matthew - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Lincoln, Allan B. - 1921, 22, 23 Lindsay, Perry C. - 1921, 22, 23 Little, George P. - 1947, 48, 49, 50 Locker, Steven - 1988, 89, 90, 91 Locks, Brian - 1996, 97, 98 Lockwood, David - 1992, 93, 94, 95 Loppacker, R. A. - 1922 Lord, Thomas A. - 1964 Lott, William H. - 1920, 21 Lovejoy, Jamie - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Luca, Vincent - 1985 Luciano, Steven - 1988, 89, 90, 91 Lugossy, Frank T. - 1959, 60, 61 Lundwall, Albert A. - 1935, 36, 37 Luthman, Carl R. - Mgr - 1964, 65 Lutwyler, Craig - 2002 Lynch, Jeffrey - 1983, 84, 85, 86 Lyon, C. Keith - 1997 MacDonald, Kenneth W. - 1941, 42, 43 MacDonald, George E. - 1969, 70, 71 MacDonnell, Richard - 2000, 01 MacGilvary, Donald P. - 1926, 27, 28 MacGregor, John - 1952 Mackessey, J.N. - 1923 Mackey, Russ - 1995, 97, 98 MacLin, Thomas - 1957 Maddox, John L. - 1935, 36 MaGee, Joseph W. - 1974 Maher, Daniel - 1990, 91 Malekoff, Andrew - 1971 Malinak, Roy M. - 1971, 72, 73 Malinow, Martin - 1981, 82, 83, 84 Mangan, Will - 09 Manners, John - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Mannix, Kevin P. - 1978 Mareau, Marc - 1987, 88, 89 Marinelli, Adriano J. - 1952, 53

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Marino, Ralph M. - 1977 Mark, Bernard F. - 1926, 27, 28 Marshall, Steven A. - 1976 Martello, Thomas - 1984, 85, 86 Martin, Peter J. - 1966, 67, 68 Martino, John - 1997, 98, 99, 00 Martocci, Victor F. - 1969, 70, 71 Martocci, Emil V. - 1941 Massey, George P. - 1970, 71, 72 Massey, Eugene S. - 1932, 33 Massey, Scott - 1999, 00, 01 Mastropaolo, Wendy - Mgr - 1994 Matheis, Leland V. - 1920, 21, 22 Mattes, Christopher - 2008, 09 Matthews, Roger C. - 1961, 62, 63 Mattia, Hector A. - 1932, 33 Mauro, Michael A. - 1976, 78,79 Mayer, Brad - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Mayer, Griffin - 1999, 00, 01 McCabe, Douglas L. - 1943 McCarthy, Stuart R. - 1966, 67, 68 McGinty, Ryan - 1994 McInnes, John C. - 1931, 32 McKiernan, James H. - 1979 McLaughlin, Michael - 2000, 01 McMahon, Mark - 1982, 83, 84 McVeigh, Malcolm J. - 1950, 51, 52 Meier, Henry H. - 1931 Meigel, John - 1972, 73, 74, 75 Meistrell, H.L. - Mgr - 1920 Melanson, Ted - 2005, 06 Mellone, Richard A. - 1982 Mellone, Richard A. - Mgr - 1981 Melvin, Brian - 2005, 06, 07 Mercurio, Richard A. - 1974, 75 Meredith, Alan - 1947, 49 Meredith, George P. - 1948 Metzger, Karl E. - 1932, 33 Michaelis, Eric - 1992, 93 Miller, Jr., William C. - 1925, 26 Miller, Paul C. - 1980, 81, 82 Miller, Robert - 2004, 05 Milligan, John - 1946 Milne, James G. - 1975, 76, 77 Mirabito, Richard J. - 1973, 74, 75, 76 Mitek, Adam - 1993, 94 Mitschele, Kristin (Mgr.) - 2002 Moffett, Thomas W. - 1953, 54, 55 Mohn, Robert A. - 1958 Molineaux, P.R. - 1920, 21 Molloy, J. A. - 1920 Mone, John - 1990, 91 Montgomery, Monte D - 1953, 54, 55 Moon, Ridgeway, V.C. - 1935, 36, 37 Mooney, Brett - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Moore, Scott - 1987, 89, 90 Moore, Robert L. - Mgr - 1933 Moore, Warner A. - 1923 Moorhead, John R. - 1932 Morea, Stephen - 1968 Morris, Robert - 2004 Morton, Jr., Thomas V. - Mgr - 1939 Mosher III, Robert R. - 1952, 53, 54 Mosteiro, Kenneth J. - 1974, 76 Moyse, Kenneth R. - 1958 Mudie, Samuel H. - 1960, 61, 62 Mudie, Robert E. - 1963, 64, 65 Mudie, Charles R. - 1965, 66, 67 Mulcahey, Fordon H. - 1925 Mullar, Robert J. - 1977 Muller, H. Clark - 1946, 48 Mulvey, Susan - Mgr - 1985, 86, 87, 88 Murphy, Patrick - 1998, 99, 00, 01 Naporano, Jr., Andrew J. - 1969, 70 Naslonski, William - 1981, 82, 83, 84 Naslonski, James - 1989 Naslonski, John - 1982, 83, 84, 85

Naso, Robert J. - 1957, 58, 59 Nazzaro, Joseph P. - 1961, 62 Neiley, Nicholas W. - 1957, 59 Neinstedt, Chris - 09 Nelson, Richard - 1942 Nelson, John R. - 1975 Nelson, Milton - 1939, 40, 41 Nelson, Oswald - 1926, 27 Nesbitt, Robert D. - 1968, 69, 70 Neumann, William G. - 1942, 43 Newman, Edward - 1989, 90 Nicklas, Richard M. - 1957, 58, 59 Nomer, Howell - Mgr - 1946 Norton, Chris - 1994, 95 Norton, Keith - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Norton, Mark A. - 1968, 69, 70 Nuzzi, John A. - 1980, 82 O'Brien, John - 1985 O’Dougherty, Chris - 2006, 07, 08, 09 O'Shea, Ryan - 1992, 93, 94, 95 O’Toole, Timothy - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Ohiokpehai, Daren - 2004 Okulski, John A. - 1964, 65, 66 Olin, Billy - 2007, 08, 09 Oliva, Anthony D. - Mgr - 1961, 62 Oliver, Scott - 1997, 98, 99, 00 Olsen, Robert F. - 1977, 78, 79, 80 Omley, Herbert - 1946 Opdyke, Dwight A. - 1933 34 Orlick, Joseph E. - 1948, 49, 50 Orrizzi, John D. - 1968, 69, 70 Ortega, Felix - Mgr - 1997, 98, 99 Osgood, Jr., Charles F. - 1923, 24, 25, 26 Padella, Carmita - Mgr - 1987 Palcanis, Franklin G. - 1934, 35, 36 Palenscar, Arthur T. - 1971, 72 Palermo, Nicholas J. - 1957, 58 Palmatier, W.A.C. - 1920 Palmer, Herbert G. - 1927, 28, 29 Pantages, Pete - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Parsons, Donald C. - 1948, 49, 50 Paul, Irvin - 1935 Pavelec, Barry - 1961, 62 Peezick, Richard B. - 1977 Pencek, Richard W. - 1958, 59, 60 Pendleton, E.C. - 1920 Pennington, Justin - 2007, 08, 09 Pense, Robert M. - 1966, 67, 68 Percival, Ned - 1998, 99 Pereyra, Thomas Edwin - 1927, 28, 29 Perry, Arthur C. - 1936, 37, 38 Peters, Bill - 1995, 96 Pfaltz, H.M. - 1921 Phillips, Edwin W. - 1927 Phillips, Samuel E. - 1972 Pickar, David - 1969 Pilato, Edward C. - 1981 Pinajian, Mark 1998 Pisano, Anthony - 1960, 61 Pitt, Lawrence W. - 1938, 39 Pizzi, Danielle - Mgr - 1991 Plath, Trevor - 1999 Plummer, J. Thornton - 1926 Pooley, David W. - 1956, 57, 58 Popson, Paul D. - 1964, 65, 66 Popson, Kenneth J. - 1967 Porter, Brendan - 2007, 08, 09 Portillo, Raul - 1985 Ports, George - 1956 Potter, Edgar J. - 1925 Power, Ian - 1999 Powless, Delby - 2003, 04 Prakopcyk, Richard A. - 1975, 76, 77,78 Prat, Christopher - 1990, 91, 92, 93 Pritts, Timothy - 1987, 88, 89, 90 Purdy, Michael - 1994, 95, 96 Quimby, Nel D. - 1920

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Quinones, Edward J. - 1977, 78, 80, 81 Rabideau, Luke - 1999 Race, Ernest S. - 1941, 42 Raggi, Jams L. - 180, 81 Ranieri, George B. - 1943, 46, 47 Rasmuson, Erik - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Raub, Howard B. - 1923, 24 Rauch, Daniel - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Ray, Albert - 1979, 81, 82, 83 Recouso, Chris - 1984 Reibel, Samuel - Mgr - 1953 Reilly, Joseph E. - 1977, 78, 79 Reilly, Thomas - 1986, 87 Renshaw, Richard N. - 1937, 38 Ress, Warren L. - 1938 Rhoads, Brian - 1997, 98, 99, 00 Rhodes, Robert D. - 1925, 26 Rhodes, Robert J. - 1976, 77 Richardson, Charles A. - 1954, 55, 56 Riemenschneider, Robert - 1972 Rinaldi, Gregory - 1987, 88, 89, 90 Rinck, Michael J. - 1972, 73, 74, 75 Rionda, Marcos - 1991, 92 Ritch, Glenn T. - 1967, 68, 69 Rizk, Richard A. - 1954, 55 Roberts, Brad - 2006 Roberts, George H. - 1950, 51 Roberts, Clifford E. - 1926, 27 Roberts, Edwin B. - 1926, 27, 28 Robinson, George A. - 1962, 63, 64 Robinson, Arthur - 1956, 57 Rochon, Alex - 2004 Rockafeller, Harry, II - 1939, 40, 41 Rodgers, Austin - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Rogers, Kelly - 1991, 92, 93, 94 Rogers, Michael - 1988, 89, 90, 91 Rohrbach, Nelson J. - 1927, 28, 29 Rolph, Arthur B. - 1936, 37, 38 Rommel, Jeff - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Rommel, Tim - 09 Roos, Brad - 1984, 85 Rosenwald, Theodore - 1925 Rosetti, William B. - 1924, 25 Ross, Kenneth - 1940, 41, 42 Rothenberg, Steven G. - 1968, 69 Rotkin, Alan M. - 1969, 70 Rotunda, Frank J. - 1965, 66, 67 Rough, David - 1999, 00, 01 Rouse, Rodney T. - 1925 Rowe, James F. - 1946, 47 Rubin, Albert - 1936, 37 Rubeling, Kyle - 2003, 04, 05, 06 Ruch, Kenneth A. - 1924, 25, 26 Ruhlman, John - 1960 Russ, Stanley E. - Mgr - 1931 Russo, Ralph J. - 1938, 39, 40 Rutledge, Melinda - Mgr - 1996,97,98 Ryan, James J. - 1977 Sacco, Toni S. - Mgr - 1978 St. George, Mike - 1999 Salowe, Alan - 1990, 91 Sample, Jr., Samuel R. - 1952, 53 Sanderson, Nate - 2005, 06 Sasser, Alfred - 1947, 48 Savidge, George Peter - 1964, 65, 66 Sbert, Robert S. - 1964 Schablik, Keith - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Schaffel, Aaron D. - 1977, 79 Schaffer, John - 1986 Schaible, Kenneth W. - 1923 Schaller, David - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Schambach, Mike - 1999, 00, 02, 03 Schambach, Phil - 1999, 2003 Scheffer, Richard H. - 1968, 69, 70 Schermer, Anton - 1986, 87, 88, 89 Schettino, C. Thomas - 1929 Schmauder, Arthur E. - 1925 Schmidt, Ralph - 1941, 42 Schmidt, Walter J. - 1957, 58

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Schmidt, Herb Walter - 1960, 61, 62 Schmidt, John - 1941 Schmidt, Nicholas - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Schmunk, John - 1989, 90, 91 Schoenfeld, Melissa - Mgr - 1994 Schultz, William A. - Mgr - 1965 Schweiker, Malcolm A. - 1942, 43 Schwenker, Carl - 1935 Sciacca, Joseph A. - 1979, 80, 81, 82 Scipione, Richard A. - 1974, 75, 76, 77 Scudder, W. Tracy - 1928, 29 Scudder, Jr., Henry J. - Mgr - 1930 Scudder, Jr., Henry J. - 1929 Seaman, Lloyd s. - 1957, 58, 59 Seeley, Robert D. - 1938, 39, 40 Seward, Michael - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Sewell, Richard - 1969 Shaivitz, Edward G. - 1966, 67, 68 Shaivitz, Daniel - 1999, 00 Shallcross, Donald C. - 1941 Sharrett, Allan C. - 1947, 48, 50 Shedden, James M. - 1929 Shemesh, Brian - 2008, 09 Sheridan, James - 1981, 82, 83, 84 Sheridan, Kevin - 1987, 88, 89 Shuster, Ricahrd - 1986 Shuster, Carl N. - Mgr - 1941, 42 Shuster, John W. - Mgr - 1951 Sicoli, Anthony - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Simon, Harry - 1954, 55 Sindle, Harry - 1949 Sissler, Michael - 2004, 05, 07, 08 Smith, Matthew - 1999 Smith, Rob - 2006 Smoyer, Thomas R. - 1931 Snedeker, Leonard D. - 1930, 31 Snider, Steve - 1997, 98, 99, 00 Sorensen, Nancy - Mgr - 1985, 86, 87, 88 Spangenberger, Joseph G. - 1954 Sparks, William E. - 1920, 21, 22, 23 Sparrow, John - 1986 Spillett, Daniel - 1992, 93, 94, 95 Spizuoco, Richard S. - 1969, 70 Springer, Kenneth - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Stack, Keith W. - 1979 Stagnitta, Michael - 09 Stanwick, Tad - 2006, 08, 09 Steiner, Alfred - 1942 Stevens, Michael - 1993, 95 Stilley, Erik - 2008, 09 Stone, Will - 2006, 07, 08, 09 Sturgess, Billy - 2007, 08 Sulfnar, Lisa - Mgr - 1989 Sullivan, Scott - 1992, 93, 94, 95 Sullivan, Barry D. - 1958 Summer, William - Mgr - 1927 Summer, William - 1926 Sutphin, Ellsworth E. - 1939 Sutphin, Ellsworth E. - Mgr - 1940 Sweeney, Thomas P. - 1977, 78, 79, 80 Tahan, John - 1996, 97, 98 Tarjan, Armen Charles - 1943, 47 Teare, Malcolm M. - 1948 Teatom, James R. - 1974, 75, 76,77 Teller, D. Woolsey - 1921, 22, 23 Temple, Samuel B. - 1933, 34, 35 Temple, Leon B. - 1938, 39, 40 Terrizzi, Anthony - 1960, 61 Terry, Lea E. - 1946, 47, 48, 49 Tevlin, Patrick - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Thomas, Jr., Henry F. - 1953, 54, 55 Thompson, DuBois S. - 1925, 26 Thralls, Jr., Jerome - 1926, 27, 28 Thropp, Frank W. - 1946, 47, 48, 49 Tillotson, Robert B. - 1952, 53 Tobin, Caylin - Mgr - 1990 Togno, Vincent - 1959, 60 Tolochko, John - 1985, 86, 87 Tomsky, Craig - 1985, 86

Topping, Lawrence D. - 1969, 70, 71 Totorella, Peter - 1986, 88, 89, 90 Townsend, Alexander - 1926, 27, 28 Trabulsky, Edward - 1984, 85, 86, 87 Trapp, Louis - 1981, 83, 84, 85 Trent, Zach - 2004, 05, 06 Tully, James F. - 1980, 81, 82 Tuman, Martin - Mgr - 1949, 50 Twitchell, Albert W. - 1933, 34, 35 Twitchell, Richard W. - 1963 Tyree, Mark - 1978, 79, 80, 81 Udert, Roland - Mgr - 1987, 88 Ullman, Rocky - 1997 Updike, Harold - 1934 Valestra, John M. - 1962, 63, 64 Vallario, Michael - 1993, 94 Van Mater, George - 1939 Van Mater, Daniel D. - 1934, 35, 36 Van Ness, Bruce R. - 1969 Van Orden, Frank - 1926 Van Roten, Mike - 1996, 97, 98, 99 Vecchio, Aaron - 1997, 98, 99, 00 Vecchio, Robert - 1961, 62 Vencak, Robert D. - 1979, 80, 81, 82 Vickers-Annis, Taylor - 2007, 08, 09 Villani, John J. - 1952 Voorhees - 1920 Vukov, Glenn - 1978, 79, 80, 81 Wagner, Christopher - 1987, 88, 89 Waldron, Jerome H. - 1927 Waldron, Jerome H. - Mgr - 1928 Walgrove, Jr., George R. - 1954 Walsh, Lawrence A. - 1969, 70, 71 Walsh, Matthew - 1986, 87, 88, 89 Ward, William F. - 1931, 32, 33 Warner, Bryan - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Warnick, Ryan - 09 Warr, Richard - 1928 Waters, Kelly - Mgr - 1988 Waters, Kyle - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Watson, James - 1990, 91, 92, 93 Watson, Steven - 2008, 09 Weber, Garth F - 1965, 66, 67 Wehner, Robert - 1987 Weil, Jessica - Mgr - 1983, 84, 85, 86 Weiler, Richard C. - 1949, 50 Weingarten, James - 1990, 91, 92 Weingarten, Dale - 1979, 80, 81, 82 Weis, Arthur H. - 1922, 23 Wells, Evon - 1946 Wetjen, Rolf G. - 1962 Whelan, Matthew - 1988, 89 Whiffin, Lawrence R. - 1970, 71 White, Donald K. - 1941, 42, 43 White, Tim - 2001, 02, 03, 04 White, Chris - 2006, 07, 08 Whitson, Richard C. - 1950 Wiesmeier, Edward - 1958, 59, 60 Willott, James F. - 1965, 66, 67 Williams, David - 1999 Wojcik, Joseph - 1985 Wolfing, Christopher - 1987 Wolverton, George R. - Mgr - 1966, 67 Wood, W.A. - 1922, 24 Wooden, Kenneth - 1956, 67 Worden, Walter A. - 1934, 36 Yarusso, Michael - 1989, 90, 91, 92 Yatauro, Richard E. - 1951 Young, Harry C. - Mgr - 1943 Young, D.W. - 1928 Yurcak, Jenny (Mgr.) - 2002 Yurcak, Ronald N. - 1963, 64, 65 Zanetti, Vincent P. - 1977, 78, 79 Zenda, Zachary - 09 Zerrillo, Nick - 09 Zoanetti, Michael - 1995, 96, 97, 98 Zukaukas, Charles L. - 1941, 42 Zwillinger, Alan S. - 1972, 73, 74, 75 Bold indicates currently active player


The William Miller Trophy Awarded to that team member in good academic standing who, by his own example, has constituted an inspiration to his teammates and made the greatest contribution to the team in the season’s play. 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

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AWARD WINNERS

The Alfred Sasser Trophy Awarded to that member of the Rutgers varsity lacrosse team who, in the spirit of team play, has made the most assists during that year.

The Frederick Fitch Trophy Awarded to the varsity letterwinner who, through personal effort to develop his lacrosse ability, has shown the greatest improvement during the season. 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958

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AWARD WINNERS The Rutgers Lacrosse Knight Cup Awarded to the player who has played the game of lacrosse to the best of his ability, who has, by example, inspired or led his teammates both on and off the field and who, above all, has consistently demonstrated the qualities of unselfishness and loyalty to his team and Rutgers University.

The Robert Collett Award Awarded to that member of the Rutgers varsity lacrosse team who displays the best mental and physical spirit.

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Michael DeMeo Tad Stanwick Chris O’Dougherty Brett Mooney John Flanagan Andrew Conforti Ken Springer Michael Bohlinger Chris Bryan Paul Boniello Paul Boniello Brian Locks, Jeremy Kopcsik Jon Corso Bill Peters John Kidon Andrew Apel Nick DeLapi Tom Badger Scott Hille Phil Buckley Anton Schermer Greg Rinaldi Tom Reilly Pat Tevlin Lou Trapp Marty Malinow Mike Ferraro John Nuzzi Edward Quinones William Fisher Aaron Schaffel Richard Prakopcyk Charles Apel All Time Scholar-Athletes Jeff Rommel Jeff Rommel Jeff Rommel Jeff Rommel Kyle Rubeling John Flanagan Matt Apel Matt Apel Brian Fisher Steve Snider Steve Snider Steve Snider Steve Snider Mike Zoanetti Mike Zoanetti Reid Jackson Eric Michaelis Christopher Prat John Mone Scott Moore Shawn Buki Shawn Buki Patrick Tevlin Gregg Freid Andrew Briggs Andrew Briggs Peter Feinerman Paul Miller Paul Miller New Jersey Lacrosse Hall of Fame Tom Hayes (Coach) Reid Jackson ‘94 Joseph Nazzaro ‘62 Lawrence Pitt ‘39 (Coach) David Pooley Richard Rizk ‘55 Albert Twitchell ‘35 (Coach) Joseph Reilley ‘78 Peter Savidge ‘66

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Lacrosse Recipients of the DONALD LESLIE COURSEN AWARD (Rutgers Outstanding Male Athlete)

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CAREER AND SEASON RECORDS CAREER

Keith Cromwell First in Career Points (266) (1997-2001)

Greg Rinaldi 2nd in Career Goals with 144 (1987-90)

POINTS 1. Keith Cromwell (1998-2001) 2. Ed Trabulsy (1984-87) 3. James Ford (1977-80) 4. Steve Luciano (1988-91) Ryan O’Shea (1992-1995) 6. Tom Sweeney (1977-80) 7. Greg Rinaldi (1987-90) 8. John Danowski (1973-76) 9. Bob Andrews (1954-56) 10. Brody Bush (1995-99)

266 202 201 196 196 191 178 177 174 173

GOALS 1. Keith Cromwell (1998-2001) 2. Greg Rinaldi (1987-90) 3. Tom Sweeney (1977-80) 4. Mike Rinck (1972-75) 5. Ryan O'Shea (1992-1995) 6. Jack Daut (1955-57) 7. Ed Trabulsy (1984-87) 8. Bob Kelley (1954-56) 9. Chris Heffernan (1981-84) 10. Paul Joinnides (1966-68) Don Stevens (1951-53)

152 144 141 134 128 113 112 100 96 91 91

ASSISTS 1. James Ford (1977-80) 2. John Danowski (1973-76) 3. Keith Cromwell (1998-2001) 4. Bob Andrews (1954-56) Steve Luciano (1988-91) 6. Brody Bush (1995-99) 7. Ed Trabulsy (1984-87) 8. Paul Popson (1964-66) 9. John Valestra (1962-64) 10. Bill Naslonski (1981-84)

131 120 114 111 111 101 90 89 86 84

SAVES 1. John Kidon (1992-1995) 2. Greg Havalchak (2002-06) 3. John Schmunk (1988-91) 4 John Naslonski (1982-83) James Ford 5. Michael Zoanetti (1995-98) Career Assists Leader 6. Bob Bryan (1972-74) with 131 (1977-80) 7. Rich Scipione (1974-77) 8. Jim Gilman (1984-88) 9. Don Gucker (1955-57) 10. Billy Fisher (1978-80)

John Kidon Career Saves Leader with 846 (1992-95)

SEASON

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Bill Naslonski Season Points Leader with 81 (1983)

Tom Sweeney Season Goals Leader with 50 (1978)

John Danowski Season Assists Leader with 54 (1973)

John Schmunk Third, Single Season Saves with 227 (1990)

POINTS 1. Bill Naslonski (1983) 2. James Ford (1980) Keith Cromwell (2000) 4. John Danowski (1976) 5. Keith Cromwell (1998) 6. Tom Sweeney (1978) John Valestra (1964) 8. Steve Luciano (1990) Keith Cromwell (1999) 10. Bill Naslonski (1984) 11. Greg Rinaldi (1990) 12. John Danowski (1974) Ed Trabulsy (1987) 14. Bob Kelley (1954 & 1956) Brian Krost (1983)

81 73 73 72 71 70 70 65 65 64 63 60 60 59 59

GOALS 1. Tom Sweeney (1978) 2. Greg Rinaldi (1990) 3. Roger Matthews (1962) Keith Cromwell (1999) 5. Jack Daut (1957) John Howland (1958) 7. Ryan O’Shea (1993) Keith Cromwell (1998) 9. Jack Daut (1955) 10. Jack Daut (1956) Mike Rinck (1974) 12. Bill Brown (1979) Bob Kelley (1954 & 1956) Keith Cromwell (2000) 15. Mike Rinck (1975)

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ASSISTS 1. John Danowski (1973) 2. James Ford (1978) 3. Bill Naslonski (1983) 4. Bob Andrews (1955) 5. Bob Andrews (1956) John Valestra (1964) 7. Steve Luciano (1990) Brody Bush (1997) John Danowski (1974) Bill Naslonski (1984) 11. Bob Olsen (1977) Gerald Gabriel (1952)

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SAVES 1. John Kidon (1994) 2. John Kidon (1995) 3. John Schmunk (1990) 4. Bob Bryan (1973) 5. John Schmunk (1989) 6. Rich Scipione (1975) 7. Greg Havalchak (2003) 8. Jim Gilman (1988) John Schmunk (1991) 10. Rich Scipione (1977) 11. Ted Koch (1961) 12 Dan Shavitz (2001) 13. Bob Bryan (1972) 14. Mike Zoanetti (1998) 15. John Kidon (1993)

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SINGLE GAME RECORDS POINTS John Danowski (vs. Penn State, 1974 - 5g, 9a) Tom Sweeney (vs. C.W. Post, 1978 - 10g, 3a) Bob Andrews (vs. Syracuse, 1955 - 4g, 8a) John Danowski (vs. Penn State, 1973 - 3g, 8a) Bob Kelley (vs. Syracuse, 1955 - 8g, 3a) Roger Matthews (vs. Penn State, 1963 - 9g, 2a) Bill Naslonski (vs. Princeton, 1984 - 5g, 6a) Ryan O’Shea (vs. Lafayette, 1993 - 8g, 3a) Bob Olsen (vs. Connecticut, 1980 - 3g, 8a) Ed Trabulsy (vs. Bucknell, 1987 - 4g, 7a) John Valestra (vs. Harvard, 1962 - 4g, 7a) John Valestra (vs. Colgate, 1964 - 3g, 8a) Keith Cromwell (vs. Radford, 2000 - 6g,4a) GOALS Greg Rinaldi (vs. Lehigh, 1990) Tom Sweeney (vs. C.W. Post, 1978) Roger Matthews (vs. Penn State, 1963) Don Stevens (vs. Delaware, 1951) Chris Heffernan (vs. Air Force, 1983) Bob Kelley (vs. Syracuse, 1955) Ryan O’Shea (vs. Lafayette, 1993) Greg Rinaldi (vs. Bucknell, 1987) Dick Leitch (vs. Colgate, 1966) Bill Naslonski (vs. Syracuse, 1984) Delby Powless (vs. Navy, 2003) Paul Popson (vs. Colgate, 1964) Tom Sweeney (vs. Air Force, 1978) Ed Trabulsy (vs. Bucknell, 1984) Dale Wiengarten (vs. Hofstra, 1982) Keith Cromwell (vs. Denver, 1999) Keith Cromwell (vs. Delaware, 1999) Keith Cromwell (vs. Radford, 2000) Keith Cromwell (vs. Army)

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Bob Andrews 12 Points vs. Syracuse (4g, 8a) - 1955

11 11 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

Bob Kelley 8 goals vs. Syracuse 1955

ASSISTS John Danowski (vs. Penn State, 1973) Bob Andrews (vs. Syracuse, 1955) John Danowski (vs. Yale, 1973) Bob Olsen (vs. Connecticut, 1980) John Valestra (vs. Colgate, 1964) Keith Cromwell (vs. Sacred Heart, 2000) Keith Cromwell (vs. Albany, 2001) Brody Bush (vs. Viriginia Mil.Institute, 1997) Brody Bush (vs. Villanova, 1997) John Danowski (vs. Adelphi, 1983) Andy DeCicco (vs. Whittier, 1989) James Ford (vs. Penn State, 1978) Gerald Gabriel (vs. CCNY, 1952) Brian Krost (vs. Princeton, 1985) Bill Naslonski (vs. Montclair, 1983) Bill Naslonski (vs. Drexel, 1984) Ed Trabulsy (vs. Bucknell, 1987) John Valestra (vs. Harvard, 1962) SAVES John Kidon (vs Army, 1995) Bob Bryan (vs. Navy, 1972) Ted Koch (vs. Johns Hopkins, 1962) Roman Horoszewski (vs. Princeton, 1962) Mike Zoanetti (vs. Butler, 1996) John Martino (vs. UMBC, 2000) Roman Horoszewski (vs. Hopkins, 1962) John Kidon (vs. Princeton, 1993) Ted Koch (vs. Navy, 1960) John Schmunk (vs. Johns Hopkins, 1989) Billy Fisher (vs. Adelphi, 1979) John Kidon (vs. Delaware, 1992) John Schmunk (vs. Syracuse, 1990)

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John Valestra 8 Assists vs. Colgate 1964

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

32 29 29 27 27 26 26 26 26 26 25 25 25

Bob Bryan 29 saves vs. Navy 1972


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 1887 (0-4) Lehigh L Stevens L NYU L Brooklyn Athletics L Captain: Charles Devine NYU NYLC Stevens Stevens NYLC Nassau NYU CCNY CCNY

1888 (1-7-1)

L L W T L L L L L Captain: Charles Divine

1889 (2-1) Brooklyn Athletics L CCNY W Bedfords W Captain: Samuel Lockett

0-9 0-5 2-3 2-4 0-3 0-3 3-0 1-1 0-3 3-4 0-3 0-2 1-2 1-3 5-1 4-3

1920 (1-5) 4/24 Swarthmore L 5/1 Johns Hopkins L 5/8 NYLC W 5/12 Stevens L 5/15 Crescent AC L 5/22 BROOKLYN LC L Captain: William H. Lott

3-8 0-13 3-0 1-2 1-9 2-3

1921 (1-6) 4/16 NYLC L 4/23 Yale L 4/30 MANUAL TRAINING HS W 5/7 Crescent AC L 5/14 Lehigh L 5/21 STEVENS L 5/28 SWARTHMORE L Captain: J. Munson Johnson

4-5 3-5 9-2 5-7 0-11 1-4 3-6

1922 (5-2) 4/7 LEHIGH L 4/22 Swarthmore W 4/29 NYU W 5/6 Yale W 5/10 Stevens W 5/13 NYLC W 5/20 PRINCETON L Captain: R. Burton Lamscha

1-5 5-4 12-1 4-2 7-4 15-1 1-6

1923 (5-4) 4/7 Brooklyn Poly W 4/19 HARVARD W 4/28 Lehigh L 5/4 Princeton L 5/12 SWARTHMORE L 5/19 STEVENS W 5/26 NYLC W 6/9 Army L 6/12 NYU W Captain: William E. Sparks

14-0 1-0 3-7 1-13 0-6 12-6 12-0 5-12 11-3

1924 (3-4-2) 4/5 Crescent A. C. L 4/12 LEHIGH T 4/26 PRINCETON L 5/3 Army L 5/10 NYU T 5/17 NYLC W 5/24 Swarthmore W 5/30 Union W

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

5/31 Syracuse

L Captain: H.F. Keiler

1925 (2-5) 4/5 NYLC W 4/18 SYRACUSE L 4/25 PENN L 5/2 Crescent AC L 5/9 NYU L 5/16 Navy L 5/23 SWARTHMORE W Captain: James W. Kiernan 1926 (4-5)

4/9 Union W 4/10 Syracuse L 4/17 Lehigh L 4/24 LAFAYETTE W 4/28 Princeton L 5/1 Navy L 5/8 Montclair AC W 5/15 Swarthmore W 5/22 Army L Captain: Kenneth A. Ruch 1927 (6-3) 4/8 Penn W 4/15 Montclair AC W 4/23 UNION W 4/30 Lehigh W 5/6 Brown W 5/7 Yale L 5/14 SYRACUSE W 5/17 Army L 5/20 PRINCETON L Captain: F. Richard Cass 1928 (8-2) 4/7 Montclair AC W 4/14 Lehigh W 4/21 Princeton W 4/28 St. John’S (Md.) W 5/4 Union W 5/5 Syracuse L 5/12 STEVENS W 5/16 Army W 5/19 PENN W 6/9 *Maryland L *Olympic Playoffs Captain: Edwin B. Roberts 1929 (6-2)

3/30 Montclair AC W 4/13 Stevens W 4/20 St. John’s L 4/24 NYU W 4/27 LEHIGH W 5/3 Princeton L 5/11 Johns Hopkins W 5/18 CCNY W Captain: Henry Clay Alton 1930 (7-2)

4/12 Lafayette W 4/16 NYU W 4/19 Crescent AC L 4/26 STEVENS W 5/1 CCNY W 5/3 Lehigh W 5/10 St. John’S (Md.) L 5/17 PRINCETON W 5/24 Penn W Captain: Edward Kearney

1-4 4-1 2-7 2-3 2-11 1-2 3-6 6-3 5-4 2-13 2-7 12-0 4-7 2-10 6-4 6-5 4-9

1931 (6-3) 4/4 MONTCLAIR AC W 4/11 LAFAYETTE W 4/18 Yale L 4/25 Stevens W 4/29 NYU L 5/2 Lehigh W 5/9 PRINCETON W 5/16 Maryland L 5/23 PENN W Captain: John P. Kirkwood 1932 (7-2-1) 4/9 Penn W 4/13 STEVENS W 4/16 LEHIGH W 4/23 Lafayette W 4/30 MARYLAND L 5/6 Princeton T 5/14 NYU W 5/21 UNION W *Syracuse W *Maryland L *Olympic Playoff Captain: Joseph J. Julien

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

1933 (4-3-1) 4/8 PENN W 4/15 NYU W 4/22 #PRINCETON L 4/29 CRESCENT AC L 5/6 Maryland L 5/10 Stevens W 5/13 Union W 5/20 Crescent AC T #Denotes Overtime Captain: William F. Ward

12-4 11-3 5-4 7-1 5-0 4-7 7-3 8-3 4-3 4-7

1934 (4-2-1) 4/14 CCNY W 4/18 LEHIGH W 4/21 #STEVENS T 4/28 ARMY W 5/5 Crescent AC L 5/12 Princeton L 5/19 Penn W #Denotes Overtime Captain: Dwight A. Opdyke

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

8-1 12-2 4-6 7-2 2-3 10-4 9-2 3-10 6-3 7-6 6-0 25-0 8-0 2-10 4-4 9-4 9-1 10-2 4-5

8-4 12-1 3-4 8-10 2-6 2-1 15-3 7-7

14-8 13-4 3-3 5-4 5-8 5-7 11-6

1935 (5-3) 4/13 CCNY W 4/20 Swarthmore W 4/26 SPRINGFIELD W 4/27 Johns Hopkins L 5/4 Army L 5/11 PRINCETON L 5/18 Stevens W 5/22 PENN W Captain: Samuel B. Temple

10-6 10-4 11-8 0-7 3-9 2-4 7-5 13-4

1936 (3-3-2) 4/11 CCNY W 4/18 Stevens W 4/25 Army T 5/2 Johns Hopkins L 5/9 Princeton L 5/16 Maryland L 5/23 Penn W 6/11 All-American T Captain: Daniel D. Van Mater

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1937 (5-3) 4/10 CCNY W 4/17 Swarthmore W 4/24 PRINCETON L 5/1 LAFAYETTE W 5/8 Maryland L 5/15 Stevens W 5/19 Army L 5/22 PENN W Captain: Richard Chartrand 1938 (4-2)

4/2 WILLIAMS W 4/16 CCNY W 4/23 ARMY W 4/30 MARYLAND L 5/11 Princeton L 5/14 CRESCENT AC W Captain: George Hallock

GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 17-5 16-9 7-8 16-1 4-16 6-3 9-14 10-4 11-2 9-6 4-3 9-11 2-4 4-3

1939 (3-4) 4/8 LEHIGH W 4/15 Yale W 4/22 Maryland L 4/29 St. John’S L 5/6 CCNY W 5/10 Army L 5/20 PRINCETON L Captain: Stephen Hitchner

14-3 6-5 0-12 5-12 10-6 2-7 3-10

1940 (4-3-1) 3/30 CRESCENT AC W 4/13 Yale T 4/20 MARYLAND L 4/27 SYRACUSE W 5/4 CCNY W 5/8 Lehigh W 5/11 Army L 5/18 Princeton L Captain: Bill Evans

11-7 8-8 2-6 7-6 14-3 9-4 3-10 1-7

1941 (3-4) 4/12 YALE L 2-8 4/19 Maryland L 1-10 4/26 LEHIGH W 13-1 5/3 LAFAYETTE W 16-1 5/10 Syracuse L 4-11 5/17 CCNY W 14-2 5/21 PRINCETON L 3-9 Captains: Harry J. Rockafeller II, James E. Gutzwiller 1942 (6-3-1)

3/21 UNION T 4/4 LAFAYETTE W 4/11 CCNY W 4/15 DREXEL W 12-4 4/18 Princeton L 4/25 Navy L 4/29 Lehigh W 5/2 MONTCLAIR AC W 5/6 SYRACUSE W 5/9 MARYLAND L Captain: Kenneth Ross

6-6 13-3 13-5 0-17 6-10 10-6 9-6 8-6 1-14

1943 (3-2) 4/7 STEVENS L 4-7 4/10 Maryland L 0-15 4/24 CCNY W 21-5 4/28 LEHIGH W 8-3 5/5 PRINCETON W 7-5 Captain: William G. Neumann (no team in 1944 and 1945 due to World War II)

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11-2 5-6 1-9 6-4 3-18 1-11 6-7

1947 (3-7-1) 4/5 ARMY L 4/12 MIT L 4/19 Penn W 4/26 CCNY L 4/30 STEVENS W 5/3 MONTCLAIR AC T 5/7 PRINCETON L 5/10 Lehigh L 5/17 MARYLAND L 5/24 Drexel W Manhasset LC L Captain: Harry Cyphers

1-14 4-5 2-1 6-7 8-3 8-8 2-9 2-5 3-16 13-2 6-11

1948 (6-5) 4/1 Army L 4/7 WILLIAMS L 4/10 CCNY W 4/17 LI BOMBERS AC W 4/24 PENN W 4/28 YALE L 5/1 Stevens W 5/5 PRINCETON L 5/8 Montclair AC W 5/12 LEHIGH W 5/14 Maryland L Captain: Charles DiLiberti

3-15 5-6 11-3 13-3 11-3 3-5 11-3 1-12 7-3 11-6 3-12

1949 (7-3) 4/9 MONTCLAIR AC W 4/13 MARYLAND W 4/16 SYRACUSE L 4/23 LAFAYETTE W 4/27 Yale L 4/30 Lehigh W 5/4 Princeton L 5/7 Penn W 5/11 CCNY W 5/14 Army W Captain: Kenneth Coffe

12-5 4-3 9-17 16-2 2-9 14-3 7-8 7-5 8-7 12-4

1950 (6-7) 3/29 Virginia L 8-9 3/31 Washington & Lee L 6-9 4/8 WILLIAMS W 7-5 4/12 CCNY W 17-7 4/15 Maryland L 3-11 4/19 LEHIGH W 17-4 4/22 Penn State W 11-6 4/26 Stevens W 12-0 5/3 Yale L 3-10 5/6 PENN W 17-5 5/10 PRINCETON L 6-11 5/13 Army L 9-18 5/20 Syracuse L 10-13 Captains: Joseph Orlick, Richard Gladwin 4/11 Princeton 4/18 STEVENS 4/21 LAFAYETTE 4/28 Delaware 5/2 Yale 5/5 CCNY 5/9 Penn

1951 (8-1)

L W W W W W W

7-19 12-7 19-7 16-9 8-7 12-3 14-5

5/12 MONTCLAIR AC W 5/16 Lehigh W Captains: Douglas Gosnell, George Roberts 1952 (6-2) 4/5 CCNY W 4/12 DELAWARE W 4/16 Army L 4/26 LEHIGH W 5/3 Lafayette W 5/7 PRINCETON L 5/10 Penn State W 5/14 PENN W Captains: Wallace Beneville, Malcolm McVeigh 1953 (8-2) 3/28 Ohio State W 4/4 WILLIAMS W 4/11 Mt. Washington W 4/15 Delaware W 4/18 Lehigh W 4/25 CCNY W 5/2 LAFAYETTE W 5/6 Princeton L 5/9 Penn State W 5/12 Penn L Captain: Donald E. Stevens 1954 (7-3) 4/3 LEHIGH W 4/9 DARTMOUTH W 4/10 Johns Hopkins L 4/17 Hofstra L 4/24 STEVENS W 4/28 PENN W 5/8 Penn State W 5/12 CCNY W 5/19 PRINCETON L 5/22 DELAWARE W Captains: Gerald Gabriel, Samuel Garrison

10-4 10-4

18-2 14-3 5-11 16-0 21-1 5-7 16-15 15-6

14-2 7-6 5-4 16-4 13-6 18-4 18-3 10-19 14-7 6-8 12-2 9-5 3-11 7-8 13-3 14-11 20-7 14-4 9-11 19-4

1955 (8-1-1) 4/2 ARMY W 11-7 4/13 Lehigh W 21-0 4/16 Johns Hopkins W 12-2 4/20 Stevens W 17-6 4/23 Penn State W 17-6 4/30 Syracuse W 23-19 5/4 CCNY W 17-6 5/7 Penn W 20-5 5/11 Princeton T 14-14 5/20 HOFSTRA L 6-16 Captains: Monte Montgomery, Thomas Moffett 1956 (9-1) 3/31 CORNELL W 16-7 4/3 HARVARD W 19-8 4/7 STEVENS W 13-4 4/14 PENN W 18-2 4/18 Army W 13-11 4/28 SYRACUSE L 5-13 5/2 PRINCETON W 17-11 5/5 LEHIGH W 13-0 5/9 CCNY W 15-3 5/19 Penn State W 19-11 Captains: Robert Andrews, Robert Kelley 3/30 CORNELL 4/2 HARVARD 4/6 STEVENS

1957 (7-3)

W W W

19-10 18-9 15-2


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 4/13 Army L 4-9 4/17 YALE W 14-3 4/20 Mt. Washington L 9-14 4/27 VIRGINIA W 10-8 5/4 Lehigh W 17-2 5/8 Princeton L 7-8 5/17 Penn State W 17-9 Captains: John Daut, Donald Glucker 1958 (9-2)

3/29 Johns Hopkins L 5-17 3/31 Virginia W 10-8 4/1 Duke W 12-3 4/12 Penn W 15-1 4/16 Yale W 12-7 4/19 ARMY L 2-13 4/26 Penn State W 15-2 5/3 LEHIGH W 17-2 5/8 Stevens W 16-4 5/10 Mt. Washington W 10-8 5/14 PRINCETON W 11-9 Captains: Walter J. Schmidt, Anthony Curto 1959 (7-4) 3/28 Navy L 9-10 4/2 New Hampshire W 15-0 4/11 Colgate W 16-8 4/15 YALE W 14-10 4/18 Army L 11-13 4/25 Johns Hopkins L 14-17 5/2 Lehigh W 15-8 5/6 STEVENS W 16-4 5/9 Mt. Washington L 9-18 5/13 Princeton W 9-6 5/16 Penn State W 17-6 Captains: Robert Naso, John Howland 1960 (7-5) 4/2 NAVY L 4/5 HARVARD W 4/6 New Hampshire W 4/9 COLGATE W 4/13 Stevens W 4/16 Army L 4/20 Yale W 4/23 Johns Hopkins L 4/30 Penn State W 5/7 Mt. Washington L 5/14 LEHIGH W 5/18 PRINCETON L Captains: Richard Pencek, William Fleischman

2-15 9-3 11-2 11-2 13-4 3-17 8-7 2-12 15-5 8-15 13-5 6-9

1961 (4-8) 4/1 Navy L 3-12 4/5 New Hampshire W 17-0 4/6 HARVARD L 11-14 4/12 STEVENS W 17-3 4/15 ARMY L 10-11 4/19 YALE L 7-12 4/22 Johns Hopkins L 7-9 4/29 Penn State W 6-3 5/6 Colgate W 11-5 5/10 Lehigh L 7-8 5/13 Mt. Washington L 6-14 5/17 Princeton L 5-7 Captains: Theodore Koch, Anthony Pisano 1962 (4-7)

3/31 NAVY 4/4 HARVARD 4/5 New Hampshire 4/8 AUSTRALIA ALL STARS 4/14 Army 4/18 Yale

L L W W L W

6-17

13-18 15-10 18-11 10-15 16-11

4/21 HOFSTRA L 9-10 4/28 Penn State L 13-18 5/5 Johns Hopkins L 11-13 5/11 Lehigh W 9-6 5/16 PRINCETON L 7-13 Captains: Sam Mudie, Herb Schmidt

4/26 YALE W 6-5 4/29 Penn State L 6-7 5/2 LEHIGH W 15-5 5/6 Mt. Washington L 6-9 5/9 Princeton T 5-5 Captains: Jack Emmer, Charles Mudie

1963 (7-4) 3/30 Navy L 3-13 4/2 HARVARD W 17-10 4/10 New Hampshire W 13-5 4/13 ARMY L 6-14 4/17 YALE W 11-7 4/20 Hofstra W 13-8 4/27 Penn State W 16-7 5/1 COLGATE W 19-9 5/4 Johns Hopkins L 8-14 5/11 LEHIGH W 6-3 5/15 Princeton L 7-11 Captains: James Anderson, Roger Matthews

1968 (7-4) 3/30 WILLIAMS W 4/2 HARVARD L 4/6 Army L 4/11 New Hampshire W 4/13 HOFSTRA W 4/17 PRINCETON W 4/20 COLGATE W 4/24 Yale L 4/27 Penn State W 4/30 Lehigh W 5/4 Mt. Washington L Captain: Edward G. Shaivitz

1964 (8-3) 3/28 NAVY L 3/31 HARVARD W 4/1 New Hampshire W 4/11 Army L 4/18 HOFSTRA W 4/22 Yale L 4/25 Penn State W 4/29 Colgate W 5/2 Johns Hopkins W 5/9 Lehigh W 5/13 PRINCETON W Captain: John Valestra

1969 (7-7) 3/29 WILLIAMS W 15-6 4/1 HARVARD W 9-5 4/5 ARMY L 5-13 4/10 New Hampshire W 12-4 4/12 Hofstra L 6-8 4/19 Long Island AC L 7-11 4/23 YALE L 1-6 4/26 Penn State W 12-10 4/29 LEHIGH W 15-6 5/3 Johns Hopkins L 5-20 5/5 PRINCETON JV L 2-3 5/10 Air Force W 17-6 5/12 Colgate W 12-7 5/14 Princeton L 13-15 Captains: Richard Leitch, Glenn Ritch

3-20 9-6 17-5 3-10 12-4 8-9 14-8 21-8 11-10 14-3 15-10

1965 (8-4) 4/3 WILLIAMS W 10-9 4/6 HARVARD W 11-4 4/7 New Hampshire W 6-5 4/10 ARMY L 3-11 4/14 Johns Hopkins L 9-15 4/17 Hofstra W 16-8 4/21 YALE L 6-9 4/24 COLGATE W 13-5 5/1 Penn State W 19-9 5/8 Mt. Washington L 10-15 5/15 LEHIGH W 14-3 5/19 Princeton W 10-6 Captains: Ronald N. Yurcak, George A. Lamb 1966 (9-5) 3/19 VIRGINIA W 9-4 3/26 BROWN L 5-7 4/2 WILLIAMS W 9-2 4/5 HARVARD W 8-6 4/7 New Hampshire W 16-5 4/9 Army L 6-10 4/16 HOFSTRA W 15-2 4/20 Johns Hopkins L 7-8 4/23 COLGATE W 15-5 4/27 Yale L 6-11 4/30 Penn State W 17-1 5/7 Mt. Washington L 6-13 5/11 PRINCETON W 11-6 5/14 Lehigh W 18-4 Captains: Paul Popson, G. Peter Savidge 1967 (7-4-1)

3/25 Virginia 3/31 New Hampshire 4/1 WILLIAMS 4/4 HARVARD 4/8 ARMY 4/15 Hofstra 4/22 Colgate

L W W W L W W

4-9 9-4 14-4 7-3 9-11 13-3 9-3

10-3 7-8 5-10 14-2 11-2 5-2 14-4 4-8 10-1 15-4 11-14

1970 (6-4) 3/28 WILLIAMS W 13-4 4/2 New Hampshire W 20-5 4/4 Army L 0-18 4/11 HOFSTRA W 10-9 4/18 Long Island AC L 9-14 4/22 Yale L 10-13 4/25 Penn State W 8-2 4/28 Lehigh W 22-3 5/2 Johns Hopkins L 5-13 5/12 PRINCETON W 11-6 Captains: Robert Nesbitt, John Orrizzi 1971 (6-6) 3/27 WILLIAMS W 13-3 3/31 ADELPHI L 6-10 4/3 ARMY L 8-21 4/6 HARVARD L 6-7 4/10 Hofstra L 3-15 4/17 BUCKNELL W 9-6 4/21 Yale W 11-8 4/24 Penn State W 20-7 4/28 LEHIGH W 17-1 5/1 Johns Hopkins L 9-21 5/7 Penn L 7-12 5/11 Princeton W 13-7 Captains: Victor Martocci, George MacDonald 1972 (9-3) 3/25 WILLIAMS 4/4 HARVARD 4/8 HOFSTRA 4/11 Johns Hopkins 4/15 Bucknell 4/19 PENN 4/22 Adelphi 4/26 Army

W W W L W W W L

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GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 4/29 Penn State W 15-6 5/3 Navy L 4-5 5/6 YALE W 11-3 5/9 PRINCETON W 9-6 5/20 *Maryland L 3-9 *NCAA Tournament Captains: George Massey, Andrew Haugevik 1973 (9-4) 3/23 CONNECTICUT W 16-1 3/31 PENN W 11-6 4/3 HARVARD W 11-4 4/5 MIDDLEBURY W 16-2 4/7 ARMY L 4-8 4/11 Yale W 18-2 4/14 BUCKNELL W 16-1 4/17 Johns Hopkins L 9-14 4/21 ADELPHI W 17-9 4/25 NAVY L 4-6 4/28 Penn State W 16-7 5/5 Hofstra L 8-12 5/8 Princeton W 14-6 Captains: Bob Carney, Ed Haugevik 1974 (8-5) 3/16 CONNECTICUT W 17-3 3/30 Penn W 14-8 4/3 MIDDLEBURY W 24-3 4/6 Army W 10-3 4/10 CORNELL L 6-17 4/13 Bucknell W 10-1 4/16 Johns Hopkins L 10-13 4/20 Adelphi W 9-8 4/24 Navy L 8-12 4/27 Penn State W 21-7 5/4 HOFSTRA L 5-6 5/7 PRINCETON W 15-12 5/20 *Maryland L 6-12 *NCAA Tournament Captains: Art Diamond, Bob Bryan 1975 (7-6)

3/19 Connecticut W 12-4 3/22 CW Post W 18-4 3/29 PENN W 6-5 4/5 ARMY W 11-8 4/9 Cornell L 5-15 4/12 BUCKNELL W 18-3 4/16 NAVY L 6-8 4/19 ADELPHI L 5-9 4/26 Penn State W 10-5 5/3 Hofstra L 10-14 5/6 Princeton W 13-11 5/10 Washington & Lee L 13-14 5/21 *Cornell L 5-18 *NCAA Tournament Captains: Michael Rinck, H. John Bopp, John Meigel 1976 (4-6) 3/17 CW Post W 14-11 3/20 Navy L 10-14 3/27 Penn L 3-12 4/3 #Army W 9-8 4/7 CORNELL L 6-14 4/10 Bucknell W 8-6 4/18 Adelphi L 14-16 4/25 #Penn State L 8-9 5/1 HOFSTRA W 13-7 5/4 PRINCETON L 6-16 # Denotes overtime Captain: John Danowski 3/12 CW Post

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3/19 Navy W 9-7 3/26 PENN L 12-13 4/2 ARMY W 13-8 4/6 BUCKNELL W 14-6 4/9 Cornell L 10-15 4/13 ADELPHI W 14-6 4/16 Massachusetts L 11-12 4/22 Penn State W 13-10 4/30 Hofstra W 6-5 5/4 Princeton L 7-12 5/7 Washington & Lee L 8-13 Captains: Rich Scipione, Rex Capro 1978 (9-4) 3/18 Navy L 3/25 Penn W 4/1 Army L 4/5 Bucknell W 4/7 LONG ISLAND AC W 4/12 Adelphi W 4/15 MASSACHUSETTS W 4/18 CW Post W 4/22 Penn State W 4/27 Air Force W 4/29 CORNELL L 5/3 PRINCETON W 5/6 Washington & Lee L Captains: James Milne, Richard Prakopcyk

7-13 10-9 8-15 16-3 16-8 13-8 14-6 24-7 20-6 16-3 9-10 17-8 9-11

1979 (8-4) 3/17 NAVY W 16-15 3/24 PENN W 16-6 3/31 ARMY L 4-7 4/7 Syracuse L 8-13 4/12 ADELPHI W 17-10 4/14 Massachusetts W 16-11 4/18 Washington & Lee L 10-11 4/21 Penn State W 10-3 4/25 CW Post W 20-4 4/28 Cornell L 11-12 5/2 Princeton W 16-15 5/5 BUCKNELL W 14-10 Captains: Joseph Reilly, Tom Sweeney, Mike Mauro 1980 (7-5) 3/18 UMBC W 12-10 3/22 Maryland W 9-8 3/29 Army L 8-9 4/2 Bucknell W 12-10 4/5 SYRACUSE @ LIHS L 7-8 4/12 MASSACHUSETTS L 14-15 4/16 Montclair State W 15-3 4/19 Penn State W 7-6 4/24 CONNECTICUT W 27-3 4/27 CORNELL L 10-13 4/30 PRINCETON W 16-11 5/3 Washington & Lee L 7-17 Captains: Tom Sweeney, James Ford, Bill Fisher, Robert Olsen 1981 (7-6) 3/14 Navy 3/21 Maryland 3/28 Army 4/4 Syracuse 4/8 BUCKNELL 4/11 Massachusetts 4/15 Montclair State 4/18 Penn State 4/23 Connecticut 4/24 UMBC 4/25 TOWSON STATE

W L W L W L W L W W L

14-11 9-10 6-5 7-18 15-9 9-12 27-3 11-12 27-4 14-12 15-16

4/29 Princeton *** W 10-9 5/2 MARYLAND L 12-15 *** 4 Overtimes (RU Record) Game took 74 minutes to play. Captains: Edward Quinones, Andrew Eastwood 3/20 3/27 4/3 4/14 4/17 4/20 4/24 4/28 5/1 5/6 5/9 5/16

1982 (10-2) UMBC W 16-9 Army L 4-14 SYRACUSE L 4-5 Montclair State W 28-7 Penn State W 11-3 Bucknell W 14-6 Towson State W 10-8 PRINCETON W 11-10 Harvard W 8-6 HOFSTRA W 13-6 DREXEL W 19-5 MASSACHUSETTS W 15-9 Captains: Bob Vencak, Joseph Sciacca

1983 (9-5) 3/12 Delaware W 3/19 CW Post W 3/26 New Hampshire L 3/27 Air Force (at UMBC) W 4/2 Syracuse L 4/6 BUCKNELL W 4/9 Massachusetts W 4/13 Montclair State W 4/16 Penn State W 4/20 YALE W 4/27 Princeton L 4/30 HARVARD W 5/4 HOFSTRA L 5/7 ARMY L Captains: Albert Ray, Mike Cavallaro, Peter Feineman 1984 (8-5) 3/10 PENN W 3/17 Bucknell W 3/31 Massachusetts W 4/4 DELAWARE L 4/7 St. John’S W 4/11 Penn State W 4/14 Drexel W 4/18 #Army L 4/21 PRINCETON W 4/25 SYRACUSE L 4/28 Johns Hopkins L 5/2 HOFSTRA W 5/5 *Syracuse L #Denotes Overtime *NCAA Tournament Captains: Bill Naslonski, Chris Heffernan, Mike Ferraro 3/17 3/23 3/30 4/3 4/6 4/10 4/13 4/17 4/20 4/24 4/27 5/1 5/4

9-6 15-5 11-12 26-2 13-21 16-7 14-13 35-6 10-6 15-7 16-17 11-4 11-15 6-9

15-11 17-4 8-4 4-7 15-3 13-10 17-4 5-6 18-9 12-15 10-21 11-7 7-8

1985 (7-6) Penn L UMBC W CW Post L BUCKNELL W Massachusetts W St. John’s W Penn State W DREXEL W ARMY L Princeton W Syracuse L 6-15 Johns Hopkins L Hofstra L Captains: John Naslonski, Andy Briggs

8-15 10-8 6-11 17-6 12-9 14-9 13-3 25-3 8-12 8-4 8-13 9-10


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 3/4 3/15 3/22 3/29 4/2 4/5 4/9 4/12 4/16 4/19 4/21 4/23 4/26 5/3 5/9

3/4 3/14 3/18 3/28 4/1 4/4 4/8 4/11 4/18 4/22 4/25 5/2 5/8

3/12 3/19 3/26 3/30 4/2 4/6 4/9 4/16 4/20 4/23 4/23 5/3 5/7

3/4 3/11 3/18 3/22 3/24 3/28 4/1 4/5 4/8 4/12 4/15 4/22 4/29 5/6

1986 (11-4)

NAVY L 12-14 PENN W 16-5 UMBC W 13-8 CW Post W 9-3 Bucknell W 17-9 TOWSON STATE W 10-5 St. John’S W 10-2 Penn State W 8-5 Army L 7-11 PRINCETON W 8-7 Syracuse L 5-13 Drexel W 15-8 MASSACHUSETTS W 7-4 *CW Post W 13-8 *Syracuse L 5-17 *NCAA Tournament Captains: Jeff Bayuk, Dave DiSciorio 1987 (8-5) Navy L Johns Hopkins L Whittier W CW Post W FDU W Towson State W St. John’s W #Penn State W Army L Princeton W Syracuse L Massachusetts L BUCKNELL W #Denotes Overtime Captains: Tom Reilly, Pat Dawson 1988 (8-5)

NAVY W Johns Hopkins L CW Post L FDU W TOWSON STATE W St. John’S W #Penn State W Air Force W PRINCETON W SYRACUSE L MASSACHUSETTS L Bucknell W Army L #Denotes Overtime Captains: Dave Bass, Rich Bianchi, Jim Gilman 1989 (9-5) Princeton W Navy L Johns Hopkins L Sonoma State W Whittier W FDU W Towson State L St. John’s W CW Post W Lehigh W Penn State W Syracuse L Massachusetts L ARMY W Captains: Greg Rinaldi, Lou Fusilli, Mark Mareau

3/3 3/10 3/17 3/24 3/25 3/27 3/31 4/4 4/11 4/14 4/21 4/28 5/5 5/10 5/17

6-7 7-10 15-4 11-7 14-1 12-10 12-4 10-9 8-11 6-4 5-17 8-10 21-4

3/2 3/9 3/16 3/19 3/23 3/30 4/3 4/6 4/13 4/20 4/27 5/4 5/13

9-4 9-13 2-12 15-3 10-9 10-7 9-8 9-3 10-5 9-12 8-10 12-5 6-11

3/1 3/7 3/14 3/18 3/21 3/28 4/1 4/4 4/7 4/11 4/18 4/22 4/25 5/2

10-7 8-11 6-10 27-5 33-7 32-1 6-9 16-9 10-4 20-5 12-6 15-27 10-13 8-6

1990 (10-5) LOYOLA L 13-14 NAVY W 11-9 Johns Hopkins W 14-10 IROQUOIS NATIONALS W 16-4 New Hampshire W 15-4 FDU W 26-7 PRINCETON L 7-12 St. John’S W 17-11 LEHIGH W 21-6 #Penn State W 18-17 SYRACUSE L 8-22 MASSACHUSETTS L 11-12 Army W 11-8 *Virginia W 7-6 *Loyola L 10-19 #Denotes Overtime *NCAA Tournament Captains: Greg Rinaldi, Tim Pritts, Andy DeCicco 1991 (7-6) Loyola L 9-17 Navy W 13-6 Johns Hopkins L 5-13 Franklin & Marshall W 17-7 Michigan State W 14-2 Princeton L 6-9 St. John’s W 21-11 CW Post W 10-9 Penn State W 17-10 Syracuse L 15-20 Massachusetts L 11-17 ARMY W 16-14 *Maryland L 7-13 *NCAA Tournament Captains: Steve Luciano, John Schmunk, Scott Moore 1992 (6-8) LOYOLA L 10-18 Hofstra L 9-13 Johns Hopkins L 3-18 Ohio State W 17-6 Michigan State L 7-8 PRINCETON L 10-11 St. John’s W 15-10 Delaware (at Bermuda) W 8-7 LAFAYETTE W 19-7 Penn State L 10-11 SYRACUSE L 13-19 Villanova W 11-10 #MASSACHUSETTS L 8-9 Army W 13-9 #Denotes Overtime Captains: Joe Borges, Dave Cunningham, Scott Hille

1993 (8-5) 3/6 Michigan State W 13-9 3/20 Johns Hopkins L 10-15 3/23 Ohio State W 23-7 3/28 PRINCETON L 7-14 3/31 St. John’S W 17-7 4/7 Lafayette W 22-6 4/10 Penn State W 16-9 4/13 Delaware W 14-8 4/17 Syracuse L 7-21 4/21 VILLANOVA W 18-10 4/24 Massachusetts L 7-10 5/1 ARMY L 6-12 5/4 HOFSTRA W 16-6 Captains: Nick DeLapi, Eric Michaelis, Reid Jackson 2/28 AIR FORCE

1994 (7-9)

W

3/9 3/12 3/16 3/19 3/26 3/30 4/2 4/9 4/12 4/16 4/19 4/23 4/26 4/30 5/7

#NOTRE DAME L 8-7 Johns Hopkins L 7-11 Yale L 7-8 Loyola L 6-17 PRINCETON L 5-15 St. John’S W 23-3 DELAWARE L 11-12 #Penn State L 12-13 STONY BROOK W 12-5 SYRACUSE L 12-21 Villanova W 20-11 MASSACHUSETTS L 9-12 DREXEL W 15-11 Army W 12-9 #Hofstra W 16-15 #Denotes Overtime Captains: Reid Jackson, Bubba Lemken

1995 (9-6) 3/4 UMBC L 6-9 3/11 Johns Hopkins L 5-16 3/15 Colorado College W 17-2 3/18 Air Force L 12-13 3/25 Princeton L 9-13 3/29 St. John’s W 13-12 4/1 Delaware W 13-8 4/8 Yale W 6-5 4/11 Stony Brook W 15-11 4/15 Syracuse L 6-20 4/18 Villanova W 9-4 4/22 Penn State L 14-15 4/25 Boston College W 10-6 4/29 Army W 13-7 5/6 Hofstra W 14-11 Captains: Mark Bachardy, Nick Lagunowich, Dan Spillett 3/3 3/13 3/16 3/19 3/23 3/30 4/6 4/13 4/16 4/20 4/23 4/27 4/30 5/4

2/23 3/1 3/8 3/15 3/19 3/23 3/29 4/5 4/12 4/15 4/19 4/22 4/26 4/29 5/3

1996 (5-9) at UMBC L 5-17 BUTLER L 7-8 MICHIGAN STATE L 12-13# OHIO STATE W 11-8 Princeton L 7-16 DELAWARE W 7-6 Yale L 8-14 SYRACUSE W 9-8 # Villanova W 5-1 Penn State L 5-6 BOSTON COLLEGE W 16-4 MARYLAND L 5-15 Hofstra L 4-12 Army L 11-18 #Denotes Overtime Captains: Matt Elzer, Mike Seward 1997 (8-7) OHIO STATE W 17-6 Virginia Military Institute W 19-5 Johns Hopkins L 8-22 HARTFORD L 12-13 Radford W 14-4 AIR FORCE W 14-5 Delaware W 15-13 YALE W 9-8 Syracuse L 7-19 VILLANOVA W 17-6 PENN STATE L 7-15 PRINCETON L 8-19 Maryland L 4-12 HOFSTRA L 4-5 ARMY W 8-7 Captains: Craig Jackman, Greg Jurczak

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GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 1998 (8-7)

3/1 at Ohio State W 10-3 3/7 JOHNS HOPKINS L 9-18 3/14 RADFORD W 20-10 3/21 at Notre Dame W 13-12 3/24 HARTFORD W 22-5 3/29 DELAWARE L 12-17 4/4 at Yale L 10-1 4/6 ST. JOSEPH’S W 19-7 4/7 MARIST W 22-4 4/11 SYRACUSE W 12-10 4/18 at Penn State L 9-11 4/21 at Princeton L 7-19 4/25 MARYLAND L 11-16 4/28 at Hofstra L 9-13 5/2 at Army W 15-14 (ot) Captains: Matt Kopley, Brian Locks, Mike Zoanetti 3/1 3/6 3/13 3/16 3/20 3/27 4/3 4/6 4/10 4/17 4/24 5/1 5/4 5/8

1999 (4-10) at Syracuse L 13-20 OHIO STATE L 9-11 at Radford W 14-13 at Virginia L 6-24 DENVER W 17-4 PRINCETON L 3-13 at Delaware L 18-19 at St. Joseph’s W 16-8 YALE W 10-9 PENN STATE L 8-15 at Hobart L 12-17 at Georgetown L 10-15 HOFSTRA L 6-15 ARMY L 15-16 Captains: Brody Bush, David Schaller, Mike Van Roten

2000 (3-11) 3/4 DELAWARE L 5-15 3/11 RADFORD W 19-10 3/14 VIRGINIA L 8-17 3/18 NAVY* L 8-11 3/25 at Princeton L 5-15 4/1 at UMBC* L 3-11 4/8 at Yale L 16-19 4/11 STONY BROOK* W 13-10 4/15 SYRACUSE L 8-16 4/18 SACRED HEART W 16-9 4/22 at Penn State* L 6-12 4/29 GEORGETOWN* L 9-14 5/2 at UMass* L 11-16 5/6 at Army L 12-13 Captains: Paul Boniello, Keith Cromwell, John Martino 2001 (5-8) 2/24 Manhattan W 16-4 3/3 Delaware W 13-8 3/9 NOTRE DAME L 4-9 3/17 Navy L 9-11 3/27 PRINCETON L 5-14 3/31 UMBC W 10-7 4/7 Albany W 19-2 4/10 Stony Brook W 12-11 4/14 Syracuse L 8-13 4/21 PENN STATE L 9-18 4/28 Georgetown L 7-15 5/2 MASSACHUSETTS L 7-17 5/5 ARMY L 9-13 Captains: Chris Bryan, Keith Cromwell, Scott Massey, David Rough

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2002 (2-12) 2/23 Towson L 8-15 2/27 Manhattan W 12-5 3/2 Delaware L 10-12 3/5 Albany L 6-8 3/9 at Notre Dame L 6-11 3/16 Navy L 3-6 3/20 at St. Joseph’s W 14-3 3/26 atPrinceton L 6-16 3/30 at UMBC L 6-10 4/6 at Army L 12-13 4/13 Syracuse L 4-13 4/20 at Penn State L 3-15 4/28 Georgetown L 2-13 5/5 at Massachusetts L 9-21 Captains: Michael Bohlinger, Tim Horgan, Brad Kerwin 2/23 2/26 3/1 3/5 3/8 3/15 3/22 3/25 3/29 4/5 4/12 4/19 4/26 5/3 5/11

2003 (10-5) at Towson W 10-9 (ot) MANHATTAN W 7-3 DELAWARE W 11-6 SAINT JOSEPH’S W 15-4 ALBANY W 14-7 at Navy W 13-8 vs. Vermont W 8-5 PRINCETON L 8-10 UMBC W 12-11 (ot) ARMY L 8-9 at Syracuse W 12-11 (ot) Penn State L 6-7 at Georgetown L 4-8 MASSACHUSETTS W 12-9 GEORGETOWN L 6-9 Captains: Ken Springer, Andrew Conforti

2004 (8-6) 2/28 vs. Dartmouth W 13-9 3/6 DELAWARE W 12-4 3/10 at Saint Joseph’s W 10-3 3/13 QUINNIPIAC W 17-4 3/20 at Army L 11-12 3/27 TOWSON L 4-7 4/1 at Fairfield W 7-6 (3 OT) 4/6 MANHATTAN W 10-6 4/10 at Princeton L 7-9 4/17 SYRACUSE W 14-10 4/24 at Penn State W 10-6 5/1 GEORGETOWN L 6-7 5/8 at Massachusetts L 6-9 5/15 at Princeton L 4-12 Captains: Andrew Conforti, Delby Powless, Joe Duncan, Jamie Lovejoy 2005 (4-9) 3/5 at Delaware W 8-7 3/9 MANHATTAN W 11-4 3/15 at Towson L 6-7 3/19 ARMY L 6-8 3/22 STONY BROOK L 9-13 3/26 at Hobart L 10-16 3/30 at St. John’s W 9-6 4/2 LOYOLA L 5-10 4/9 PRINCETON W 8-5 4/16 at Syracuse L 6-17 4/23 PENN STATE L 7-8 4/30 at Georgetown L 7-14 5/7 MASSACHUSETTS L 7-13 Captains: Leif Blomquist, Jamie Lovejoy, John Flanagan, Dan Achatz 2/25 3/4 3/10 3/14

BUTLER DELAWARE FAIRFIELD MANHATTAN

2006 (5-9)

W L L W

11-3 6-10 7-11 15-2

3/18 3/25 3/28 4/5 4/8 4/15 4/22 4/25 4/29 5/6

Army L 4-5 # HOBART W 8-7 Stony Brook W 6-3 ST. JOHN’S W 4-3 Loyola (Md.) L 4-9 # SYRACUSE L 12-13 # Penn State L 7-8 Princeton L 5-11 GEORGETOWN L 8-9 Massachusetts L 5-10 # denotes overtime Captains: Matt Gaines, Tom O’Toole, Dan Rauch

2007 (7-6) 2/27 DOWLING W 17-9 3/3 Delaware L 5-7 3/10 Fairfield L 10-14 3/13 PRINCETON L 8-15 3/24 Hobart W 12-11 3/31 St. John’s L 4-6 4/3 MANHATTAN W 10-3 4/7 LOYOLA W 17-7 4/15 Syracuse L 9-22 4/22 PENN STATE W 8-7 4/28 Georgetown L 8-12 5/2 ARMY W 10-9 5/5 MASSACHUSETTS W 9-8 Captains: Matt Gaines, Chris O’Dougherty, Jeff Rommel 2008 (6-7) 2/24 UMBC W 13-4 3/1 DELAWARE L 10-8 3/8 FAIRFIELD* L 10-7 3/15 Army L 12-11 3/21 HOBART W 13-10 3/25 Princeton L 7-6 3/29 ST. JOHN’S* W 9-6 4/1 MANHATTAN W 13-2 4/5 Loyola* L 15-3 4/12 SYRACUSE L 17-9 4/20 Penn State* W 8-4 4/26 GEORGETOWN* L 13-7 5/3 Massachusetts* W 7-6 Captains: Nick Filippone, Chris Hoffmann, Chris O’Dougherty, Jeff Rommel 2009 (4-11)

2/14 VILLANOVA L 2/18 at Manhattan W 2/21 at UMBC L, 2/28 at St. Joseph’s L 3/7 at Fairfield* L 3/14 #20 ARMY L 3/21 #13 HOBART* W 3/24 #5 PRINCETON L 3/28 ST. JOHN’S* W 3/31 WAGNER W 4/4 #16 LOYOLA* L 4/11 at #5 Syracuse L. 4/18 PENN STATE* L 4/25 at #17 Georgetown* L 5/2 #15 UMass* LOT Captains: Chris O’Dougherty, Jeff Rommel

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


SERIES RECORDS

OPPONENT Adelphi Air Force Albany Army Boston College Brooklyn Poly Brown Bucknell Butler CCNY Colgate Colorado College Connecticut Cornell C.W. Post Dartmouth Denver Delaware Dowling Drexel Duke Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Franklin & Marshall Georgetown Hartford Harvard Hobart Hofstra Jacksonville Johns Hopkins Lafayette Lehigh Loyola (Md.) Manhattan Marist Maryland UMBC Massachusetts MIT Michigan State

W 6 6 2 20 2 1 1 18 1 23 10 1 5 2 11 2 1 15 1 8 1 1 4 1 0 1 14 4 15 0 4 13 38 1 9 1 2 8 10 0 2

L 3 1 1 51 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 8 2 0 0 9 0 0 0 4 0 0 12 1 4 2 15 0 30 0 7 9 0 0 23 4 18 1 2

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PCT .667 .857 .667 .277 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 .500 .885 1.000 1.000 1.000 .200 .846 1.000 1.000 .625 1.000 1.000 1.000 .200 1.000 1.000 .000 .500 .778 .667 .500 .118 1.000 .826 .100 1.000 1.000 .080 .666 .357 .000 .500

SERIES BEGAN 1971 1969 2001 1923 1995 1923 1927 1971 1996 1888 1959 1995 1973 1956 1975 1954 1999 1951 2007 1942 1958 2004 1987 1991 1999 1997 1923 1999 1954 2009 1920 1926 1887 1990 2001 1998 1928 1980 1977 1947 1991

LAST GAME 1979 1997 2003 2008 1996 1923 1966 1988 2006 1956 1969 1995 1981 1980 1991 2004 1999 2008 2007 1994 1958 2009 1990 1991 2009 1998 1983 2009 1999

1998 1953 1990 2009 2009 1998 1998 2009 2009 1947 1996

OPPONENT Middlebury Montclair State Mt. Washington Navy New Hampshire NYU Notre Dame Ohio State Pennsylvania Penn State Princeton Providence Quinnipiac Radford St. John’s (Md.) St. John’s Sacred Heart St. Joseph’s Sonoma State Springfield Stevens Stony Brook Swarthmore Syracuse Towson Union Villanova Virginia VMI Wagner Washington & Lee Whittier Williams Yale Clubs Totals

W 2 4 2 7 13 6 1 6 28 40 29 0 1 4 1 16 1 4 1 1 24 5 6 9 5 6 6 4 1 1 0 2 11 17 23 548

L 0 0 8 21 1 5 3 1 6 19 55 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 5 1 4 37 5 0 1 4 0 0 6 0 1 17 19 426

BOLD indicates 2010 opponent.

T 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 13

PCT 1.000 1.000 .200 .250 .929 .542 .250 .858 .824 .678 .345 1.000 1.000 .333 .889 1.000 .800 1.000 1.000 .774 .833 .600 .200 .500 .857 .857 .500 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .917 .486 .418 .562

SERIES BEGAN 1973 1980 1953 1925 1959 1887 1994 1953 1925 1946 1922 2009 2004 1997 1928 1984 2000 1999 1989 1935 1887 1994 1920 1924 1981 1924 1992 1966 1997 2009 1950 1987 1938 1921 --

LAST GAME 1974 1983 1968 2003 1990 1933 2002 1999 1986 2009 2009 2004 2000 1930 2009 2000 2009 1989 1935 1961 2006 1946 2009 2005 1942 2009 2000 1997 2009 1980 1989 1972 2000 --

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TEAM RECORDS AND CAPTAINS

Year Record Team Captains 1887 0-4 Charles Devine 1888 1-7-1 Charles Devine 1889 2-1 Samuel Lockett 1920 1-5 William Lott 1921 1-6 J. Munson Johnson 1922 5-2 R. Burton Lamscha 1923 5-4 William Sparks 1924 3-4-2 Henry F. Keiler 1925 2-5 James Kiernan 1926 4-5 Kenneth Ruch 1927 6-3 F. Richard Cass 1928 8-2 Edwin Roberts 1929 6-2 Henry Clay Alton 1930 7-2 Edward Kearney 1931 6-3 John Kirkwood 1932 7-2-1 Joseph Julien 1933 4-3-1 William Ward 1934 4-2-1 Dwight Opdyke 1935 5-3 Samuel Temple 1936 3-3-2 Daniel Van Mater 1937 5-3 Richard Chartran 1938 4-2 George Hallock 1939 3-4 Stephen Hitchner 1940 4-3-1 Bill Evans 1941 3-4 Harry Rockafeller, II, James Gutzwiller 1942 6-3-1 Kenneth Ross 1943 3-2 William Neumann 1946 2-5 George RanieriM 1947 3-7-1 Harry Cyphers 1948 6-5 Charles DiLiberti 1949 7-3 Kenneth Coffe 1950 6-7 Joseph Orlick, Richard Gladwin 1951 8-1 Douglas Gosnell, George Roberts 1952 6-2 Wallace Beneville, Malcolm McVeigh 1953 8-2 Donald Stevens 1954 7-3 Gerald Gabriel, Samuel Garrison 1955 8-1-1 Monte Montgomery, Thomas Moffett 1956 9-1 Robert Andrews, Robert Kelley 1957 7-3 Jack Daut, Donald Glucker 1958 9-2 Walter Schmidt, Anthony Curto 1959 7-4 Bob Naso, John Howland 1960 7-5 Richard Pencek, William Fleischman 1961 4-8 Ted Koch, Anthony Pisano 1962 4-7 Samuel Mudie, Herb Schmidt 1963 7-4 James Anderson, Roger Matthews 1964 8-3 John Valestra 1965 8-4 Ronald N. Yurcak, George Lamb 1966 9-5 Paul Popson, George Peter Savidge 1967 7-4-1 Jack Emmer , Charles Mudie 1968 7-4 Edward Shaivitz 1969 7-7 Richard Leitch, Glenn Ritch 1970 6-4 Robert Nesbitt, John Orrizzi 1971 6-6 Victor Martocci, George MacDonald 1972* 9-3 George Massey, Andrew Haugevik 1973 9-4 Bob Carney, Ed Haugevik 1974* 8-5 Art Diamond, Bob Bryan

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Year Record Team Captains 1975* 7-6 Michael Rinck, John Bopp, John Meigel 1976 4-6 John Danowski 1977 7-5 Rich Scipione, Rex Capro 1978 9-4 James Milne, Richard Prakopcyk 1979 8-4 Joseph Reilly, Tom Sweeney, Mike Mauro 1980 7-5 Tom Sweeney, James Ford, Bill Fisher, Robert Olsen 1981 7-6 Edward Quinones, Andrew Eastwood 1982 10-2 Bob Vencak, Joseph Sciacca 1983 9-5 Albert Ray, Mike Cavallaro, Peter Feineman 1984* 8-5 Bill Naslonski, Chris Heffernan, Mike Ferraro 1985 7-6 John Naslonski, Andy Briggs 1986* 11-4 Jeff Bayuk, Dave DiSciorio 1987 8-5 Tom Reilly, Pat Dawson 1988 8-5 Dave Bass, Rich Bianchi, Jim Gilman 1989 9-5 Greg Rinaldi, Lou Fusilli, Marc Moreau 1990* 10-5 Greg Rinaldi, Tim Pritts, Andrew DeCicco 1991* 7-6 Steve Luciano, John Schmunk, Scott Moore 1992 6-8 Joe Borges, Dave Cunningham, Scott Hille 1993 8-5 Reid Jackson, Nick DeLapi, Eric Michaelis 1994 7-9 Reid Jackson, Robert Lemken 1995 9-6 Mark Bachardy, Nick Lagunowich, Dan Spillett 1996 5-9 Matt Elzer, Mike Seward 1997 8-7 Craig Jackman, Greg Jurczak 1998 8-7 Matt Kopley, Brian Locks, Mike Zoanetti 1999 4-10 Brody Bush, David Schaller, Mike Van Roten 2000 3-11 Paul Boniello, Keith Cromwell, John Martino 2001 5-8 Chris Bryan, Keith Cromwell, Scott Massey, David Rough 2002 2-12 Michael Bohlinger, Tim Horgan, Brad Kerwin 2003* 10-5 Ken Springer, Andrew Conforti 2004* 8-6 Andrew Conforti, Joe Duncan, Delby Powless, Jamie Lovejoy 2005 4-9 Leif Blomquist, Dan Achatz, John Flanagan, Jamie Lovejoy 2006 5-9 Matt Gaines, Tom O’Toole, Dan Rauch 2007 7-6 Jeff Rommel, Matt Gaines, Chris O’Dougherty 2008 6-7 Nick Filippone, Chris Hoffmann, Chris O’Dougherty, Jeff Rommel 2009 4-11 Chris O’Doughtery, Jeff Rommel * NCAA Tournament Appearance


62

RICHARD L. McCORMICK PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY Richard L. McCormick is the 19th president of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. A scholar of American political history who began his academic career on the Rutgers faculty, he returned as president in 2002 after serving as provost of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and president of the University of Washington. Dr. McCormick’s goal is to advance Rutgers within the top tier of American public research universities. His ambitions for the university include an enriched learning experience for every student; teaching and research focused on global human problems; diversity of students, faculty, staff, and programs; and deeper connections with the people of New Jersey. President McCormick led a major restructuring and reinvigoration of undergraduate education at Rutgers-New Brunswick, the university’s largest campus. The plan, approved in 2006, merged four undergraduate colleges into a School of Arts and Sciences, expanded access to academic programs and learning communities, and established a popular First-Year Seminar program that offers more than 100 courses – each with no more than 20 students – on a wide range of topics taught by top faculty. Other initiatives undertaken during Dr. McCormick’s tenure include: • Establishment of the first-ever universitywide alumni body, the Rutgers University Alumni Association. • The Rutgers Faculty Traveling Seminar, an annual week-long tour of New Jersey for new faculty. • The Rutgers Future Scholars Program, a pilot project to encourage minority and low-income teenagers from the university’s host cities to pursue higher education by offering mentorship and college preparation support, and the promise of free tuition to those admitted to Rutgers. • Rutgers-Camden’s first-ever doctoral-level academic program, a Ph.D. in childhood studies – the first in the nation in this emerging discipline. • Establishment of the School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers-Newark’s first new school in more than three decades. Born in 1947, President McCormick earned a B.A. in American studies from Amherst College in 1969 and a Ph.D. in history from Yale University in 1976. He is married to Joan Barry McCormick, RU ’88. She is a Vice President at the Saint Peter’s Healthcare System in New Brunswick. Dr. McCormick has two children, Betsy and Michael.


63

TIM

PERNETTI

DIRECTOR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS A lifetime New Jersey native with a strong passion for his alma mater, Tim Pernetti has come full-circle in becoming one of the nation’s youngest leaders in college athletics. A former studentathlete “On the Banks”, Pernetti was named Rutgers’ sixth Director of Intercollegiate of Athletics on February 26, 2009. He will oversee 24 men’s and women’s intercollegiate teams in New Brunswick, a larger number than fielded at most of the university’s peer institutions. The Division of Intercollegiate Athletics has 212 employees and an annual budget of approximately $56 million, roughly 3 percent of the university’s total $1.8 billion budget. Pernetti has been influential in the world of college athletics since he received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass media from Rutgers in 1993, and a master’s degree in communication in 1995. Prior to returning to Rutgers, Pernetti was the Executive Vice President, Content, for CBS College Sports Network. In that role, he oversaw the rights and relationship business, on-air talent, and all network programming and content on air, online and across all screens for the nation’s first company dedicated to college sports. Pernetti helped to build the CBS College Sports Network, previously CSTV, prior to its launch in 2003, and has played a critical role in establishing it as the multi-media leader in college sports programming, content, news and information. He was a recipient of the prestigious Sports Business Journal Forty under Forty Award, and the Multichannel News 40 under 40 Award both in 2008. Charged with developing relationships, acquiring rights and creating multi-platform original programming for the first ever 24-hour sports college sports network, Pernetti successfully navigated through a complicated web of media rights deals to come up with new ways to serve college sports fans. Pernetti worked closely with the NCAA and hundreds of schools in every major conference, securing over 2,500 hours of event programming each year and multiple NCAA Championships across 35 men’s and women’s sports. Pernetti was in charge of the CBS College Sports Network exclusive long-term agreements with the US Naval Academy, Mountain West Conference, Conference USA, and the Atlantic 10. Further he managed company relationships with more than 30 conferences and thousands of institutions. Pernetti remains most proud of establishing a strong relationship in women’s collegiate sports including the establishment of a women’s basketball game of the week package in 2004 with the Big East Conference. In 2006, Pernetti spearheaded a landmark multi-media partnership with the NCAA to make CBS College Sports Network the home of Division II Sports. The innovative deal effectively increased the scope and reach of NCAA Division II sports with hundreds of games now available nationally via the broadcast network and online. Pernetti’s commitment to providing greater exposure to women’s and under-served sports is evidenced by the network’s unprecedented coverage of lacrosse and volleyball, among others. He has also been at the forefront of the development and creation of the Collegiate Nationals, which crowns champions in dozens of high endurance sports, and innovative original production including CBS College Sports Network’s groundbreaking NCAA

March Madness Central, NCAA March Madness Highlights on CBS College Sports, and the WIRED franchise which gives viewers an inside look at games and events through wireless microphones on coaches during game action. Prior to joining CBS College Sports Network, Pernetti served eight years at ABC-TV and ABC Sports most recently as Director of Programming, where he was integral in acquiring, managing and developing several ABC Sports properties including college football, the Bowl Championship Series, and college basketball. For five years, Pernetti handled relationships and negotiated television rights with all of the major collegiate conferences. As a student at Rutgers, Pernetti was a four-year letterwinner at tight end on the Rutgers football squad. He was also the color commentator for Rutgers Football on the Rutgers Football Radio Network and announced weekly NFL games nationally on Sports USA Radio. A resident of Oakland, N.J., Pernetti is married to the former Danielle Bahto. His wife also graduated from Rutgers and was a letterwinner on the women’s lacrosse team. Danielle and Tim are the proud parents of their three children – Max, Conor and Natalie.


64 A BRIEF HISTORY

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is one of the leading universities in the nation. The university is comprised of 27 degree-granting divisions; 10 undergraduate colleges, 11 graduate schools, and six schools offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Five are located in Camden, eight in Newark, and 13 in New Brunswick and one in Newark and New Brunswick. Rutgers has a unique history as a colonial college, a land-grant institution, and a state university. Chartered in 1766 as Queen's College, the eighth institution of higher learning to be founded in the colonies, the school opened its doors in New Brunswick in 1771 with a handful of first-year students. During its early years, the college developed as a classic liberal arts institution. In 1825, the name of the college was changed to honor a former trustee and Revolutionary War veteran, Colonel Henry Rutgers. Rutgers College became the land-grant college of New Jersey in 1864, resulting in the establishment of the Rutgers Scientific School, featuring departments of agriculture, engineering, and chemistry. Further expansion in the sciences came with the founding of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station in 1880, the College of Engineering (now the School of Engineering) in 1914, and the College of Agriculture (now the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences) in 1921. The precursors to several other Rutgers divisions were also established during this period: the College of Pharmacy (now the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy) in 1892, the New Jersey College for Women (now part of the School of Arts and Sciences) in 1918, and the School of Education in 1924. In 1924, Rutgers College officially became Rutgers University, a reflection of the institution’s rapidly expanding number of schools and academic programs. Early in the century, Rutgers had begun offering educational opportunities to women when the New Jersey College for Women (later Douglass College) was founded in 1918, and to adult learners when University College was established in 1934. After World War II, enrollment exploded as Rutgers admitted all qualified candidates under the GI Bill. Rutgers was becoming an institution for all people, and in 1945 and 1956, state legislative acts formally designated Rutgers as The State University of New Jersey. A flurry of expansion ensued. The University of Newark (now Rutgers–Newark) joined Rutgers in 1946, followed by the College of South Jersey (now Rutgers–Camden) in 1950. An ambitious building program added libraries, classrooms, and student housing across the three regional campuses. In 1969, Livingston College opened, providing a coeducational residential experience with a special commitment to diversity. Graduate education in the arts and sciences grew through the establishment of the Graduate School–New Brunswick, the Graduate School–Newark, and the Graduate School–Camden. Professional schools were formed to serve students in the fields of business; communication, information, and library studies; criminal justice; education; fine arts; law; management and labor relations; nursing; planning and public policy; psychology; public affairs and administration; and social work. Meanwhile, as industry and government sought partners in solving problems and advancing knowledge, the concept of the research university emerged. In 1981, Rutgers adopted a blueprint for its transformation into a major public research university. With increased support from state, federal, and corporate partners, Rutgers’ strength in research grew dramatically. In 1989, in recognition of its enhanced stature, Rutgers was invited to join the prestigious Association of American Universities, an organization comprising the top 62 research universities in North America. Today, professors and students work in more than 180 specialized research centers, unraveling mysteries in marine sciences, early childhood education, neuroscience, advanced materials, climate change, nutrition, homeland security, transportation, stem cells, and many other areas that can improve life both in New Jersey and around the world. A 2007 major reorganization of undergraduate education in New Brunswick reinvigorated the undergraduate experience for both students and faculty by combining the traditions and strengths of four undergraduate liberal arts colleges—Douglass, Livingston, Rutgers, and University—into a single School of Arts and Sciences. With 27 schools and colleges, Rutgers offers over 100 undergraduate majors and more than 100 graduate and professional degree programs. The university graduates more than 10,000 students each year, and has more than 350,000 living alumni residing in all 50 states and on six continents. Rutgers also sponsors community initiatives in all 21 New Jersey counties. Universitywide, new degree programs, research endeavors, and community outreach are in development to meet the demands of the 21st century. Today, Rutgers continues to grow, both in its facilities and in the variety and depth of its educational and research programs. The university's goals for the future include the continued provision of the highest quality education, along with the increased support of research and commitment to public service to meet the needs of society. Accounting African & African-American Studies African-American Studies Africana Studies Agricultural Science Allied Health Technologies American Studies Ancient and Medieval Civilizations Animal Science Anthropology Anthropology, Evolutionary Art/Design/Digital Art (B.F.A.) Art/Visual Arts (B.A.) Art/Visual Arts (B.F.A.) Art History Astrophysics Biochemistry Bioenvironmental Engineering Biological Sciences Biology Biomathematics Biomedical Technology (B.S.) Biotechnology Botany

Business Administration Cell Biology and Neuroscience Central and Eastern European Studies Chemistry Childhood Studies Chinese Classics Clinical Laboratory Sciences Communication Comparative Literature Computer Science Criminal Justice Dance East Asian Languages and Area Studies Ecology and Natural Resources Education Economics Education Engineering Applied Sciences Engineering Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering

MAJOR PROGRAMS OF STUDY General Engineering Industrial Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering English Environmental/Business Economics Environmental Planning and Design Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior Environmental Science European Studies Exercise Science Finance Food Science French General Science Genetics Geography Geological Sciences Geoscience Engineering German History History/French History/Political Science

Hospitality Management Human-Computer Interaction Human Resource Management Independent/Individualized Major Information Systems Information Technology and Informatics Interdisciplinary Major Italian Italian Studies Jewish Studies Journalism and Media Studies Journalism Labor Studies/Employment Relations Landscape Architecture Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies Law Liberal Studies Linguistics Management Management and Global Business Marine Sciences Marketing

Mathematics Mathematics, Applied Medical Technology Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine Medieval Studies Meteorology Microbiology Middle Eastern Studies Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Music Nursing Nutritional Sciences Pharmacy Philosophy Physician Assistant Physics Physics, Applied Planning and Public Policy Plant Science Political Science Portuguese Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies Prebusiness

Predentistry Prelaw Premedicine Preveterinary Medicine Psychology Public Health Public Administration Puerto Rican Studies Religion Russian Science, Technology, and Society Science, General Social Work Sociology Spanish Statistics Statistics/Mathematics Teacher Certification Theater Arts Theater Arts, Television and Media Arts Urban Studies Women’s Studies Women’s and Gender Studies Zoology


65 RUTGERS AT A GLANCE • Chartered in 1766 as Queen’s College, Rutgers is the eighth oldest college in the nation. • Rutgers was designated the State University of New Jersey by legislative acts in 1945 and 1956. • Rutgers is New Jersey’s largest public research university and is located on three regional campuses in Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick/Piscataway. • Rutgers was named New Jersey’s land-grant university in 1864 and has a special responsibility for serving the needs of the state. • Rutgers is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), a highly selective organization comprised of the 62 leading research universities in North America. • There are 27 degree-granting schools and colleges, offering more than 270 total bachelor’s, masters and doctoral and professional degree programs. • Rutgers is one of New Jersey’s major employers with some 4,700 faculty and 6,400 staff. • For every dollar New Jersey invests in Rutgers, the university channels $5 into the state’s economy. In 2003, the amount of state support was $524 million, while the combined effect of university direct and indirect spending was estimated at $2.8 billion. • With holdings of more than 6.4 million volumes, the Rutgers library system ranks among the nation’s largest. • Rutgers enrolls more than 50,000 students, including over 37,000 undergraduates and 13,000 graduate students. • More than 10,000 students each year earn a degree from Rutgers. • The university has more than 350,000 living alumni; nearly 200,000 alumni reside in New Jersey. TEACHING AND LEARNING • Rutgers faculty include MacArthur “genius” Fellows, National Medal of Science and National Medal of Technology recipients, Fulbright Scholars, Guggenheim Fellows, members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and winners of many other prestigious awards and grants. • The graduate philosophy department is ranked second in the English-speaking world by the Philosophical Gourmet Report. • Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick is ranked among the top five schools in the country for technology management according to a Journal of Product Innovation Management study. It is tenth out of 51 for international business according to a Journal of International Business Studies report. BusinessWeek ranks the school’s Executive MBA program fifth in the world in the area of strategy and sixth in the area of finance. • The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is ranked fourth among the nation’s top graduate programs in urban planning according to a survey by Planetizen, a Los Angeles-based planning and development network. RESEARCH • Streptomycin, the first effective cure for tuberculosis, and other potent antibiotics were discovered at Rutgers by Professor Selman Waksman and his students in the 1940s. Waksman received the Nobel Prize for his important contributions to medicine. • The New Brunswick campus is home to the New Jersey Stem Cell Institute, a joint endeavor with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. The institute is devoted to finding new and effective approaches to treating seemingly incurable diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and spinal cord injury. • The Rutgers Cell and DNA Repository is a valuable resource for researchers around the world studying the role heredity plays in complex genetic diseases such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, Alzheimer’s, alcoholism, diabetes, and Tourette's syndrome. • The Protein Data Bank, based at Rutgers, is the international repository of three-dimensional protein structures. With $30 million in federal funding, the data bank provides vital information on more than 35,000 proteins and other macromolecules for scientists working to design more effective treatments for disease. • Rutgers’ Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences ranks among America’s top 15 marine research organizations based on peer competition for National Science Foundation research funding. • The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, the only pharmacy school in New Jersey, ranks in the top 10 percent among pharmacy schools nationwide in research dollars awarded by the National Institutes of Health. • Rutgers holds more than 400 patents and, since 1989, has licensed nearly 50 start-up or early-stage companies. • Rutgers is a partner in the Southern African Large Telescope, one of the world's largest optical telescopes and the southern hemisphere's newest eye-on-the-sky. • Rutgers University is leading the Northeast Structural Genomics Consortium, a $52.7 million research program to reveal the roles that proteins play in life’s most fundamental processes. SERVICE TO NEW JERSEY • Rutgers’ Center for Government Services trains New Jersey’s municipal employees to better serve their constituents and certifies approximately 17,000 annually. • The Rutgers Business School operates the New Jersey Small Business Development Centers in all 21 counties, serving more than 7,000 clients annually and offering classes to some 15,000 individuals. • In 2005, Continuous Education and Outreach offered over 3,700 course sections to more than 50,000 individuals. Courses are offered in almost every county in New Jersey. • The Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist at Rutgers is the state’s official weather resource. • Each year, Rutgers holds the New Jersey Folk Festival and Ag Field Day on a single Saturday in April, bringing together some 15,000 people to celebrate the state’s diverse populations and agricultural heritage. SERVICE TO THE NATION • Rutgers research on life deep beneath the ocean’s surface is prominently featured in “Volcanoes of the Deep,” an IMAX film shown at museums around the country. • Rutgers’ agricultural research has led to durable turfgrass, juicy tomatoes, disease-resistant dogwoods, and improved varieties of asparagus. Rutgers turfgrass varieties are used at Yankee Stadium, Central Park, and other venues nationwide. • Nationally respected institutes at Rutgers such as the National Transit Institute and the National Institute for Early Education Research are helping to shape United States and state policy in critical areas. • Rutgers is the nation’s primary source for antiterror security training for public transit workers. • Most meals ready to eat (MREs) manufactured for our nation’s troops are produced using Rutgers-developed technology. • The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center is a pioneer in developing effective methods to help autistic children.


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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF RUTGERS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS Richard L. McCormick, Ph.D., President

Philip Furmanski, Ph.D., Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

Bruce C. Fehn, B.S., C.P.A., Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration Jonathan R. Alger, J.D., Senior Vice President and General Counsel Gregory S. Blimling, Ph.D., Vice President for Student Affairs

Raphael J. Caprio, Ph.D., Vice President for Continuous Education and Outreach Steven J. Diner, Ph.D., Chancellor, Newark

Kevin MacConnell Deputy Director of Athletics

Richard Costello Deputy Director of Athletics/ Finance and Admin.

Kathleen Hickey Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/SWA

Leslie A. Fehrenbach, B.S., Secretary of the University

Carol P. Herring, B.A., President of the Rutgers University Foundation and Executive Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Jeannine F. LaRue, B.A., Vice President for Public Affairs

Kim Manning, M.B.A., Vice President for University Relations

Courtney O. McAnuff, M.P.A, Vice President for Enrollment Management Michael J. Pazzani, Ph.D., Vice President for Research and Graduate and Professional Education

Tim Pernetti, M.C.I.S., Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Wendell E. Pritchett, Ph.D., J.D., Chancellor, Camden

Barry V. Qualls, Ph.D., Vice President for Undergraduate Education Donna K. Thornton, M.P.A., Vice President for Alumni Relations

Douglas Kokoskie Sr. Assoc. Director of Athletics/Operations

John Ternyila Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/Finance

McK Williams Associate Director of Athletics/Development and Ticket Operations

Jason Baum Assistant Director of Athletics/Athletic Communications

Jason Kroll Natalie Migliaro Sr. Associate Director of Sr. Associate Director Athletics/Development and of Athletics/Admin. Marketing

John Wooding Sr. Associate Director of Athletics

Dr. Robert Monaco Associate Director of Athletics/Sports Medicine

Kathleen Shank Director of Academic Support Services

Terrence Beachem Associate Director of Athletics/CFO

Jamie Johnson Assistant Director of Athletics/Compliance

Gene Wells Mgr. of Equip. Services LBAC/CAG

Nancy S. Winterbauer, Ed.D., Vice President for University Budgeting

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 2009-2010

M. William Howard, Jr., Chair Patricia Nachtigal, Vice Chair Anthony J. DePetris Gerald C. Harvey Ralph Izzo Robert A. Laudicina Richard L. McCormick, ex officio Gene O’Hara John F. Russo, Sr. Patrick M. Ryan Daniel H. Schulman George R. Zoffinger

Mark P. Hershhorn, Chair Robert L. Stevenson, Vice Chair Dudley H. Rivers, Jr., Vice Chair Sol J. Barer Felix M. Beck, Emeritus Gregory Bender Joan L. Bildner, Emerita Michael A. Bogdonoff Floyd H. Bragg, Emeritus Elena Buchanan Dominick J. Burzichelli Dorothy W. Cantor John Herbert Carman, Emeritus Peter Cartmell, Emeritus Vivian A. Chester Mary J. Chyb Kevin J. Collins, Emeritus Hollis A. Copeland Clinton C. Crocker Steven M. Darien Anthony J. DePetris Margaret T. Derrick Carleton C. Dilatush, Emeritus Michael R. Dressler Robert P. Eichert, Emeritus Dennis Michael Fenton Evelyn S. Field, Emerita Lora L. Fong Jeanne M. Fox, Emerita John R. Futey Albert R. Gamper, Jr. Ronald W. Giaconia, Emeritus

Martha A. Cotter, Faculty Representative Samuel Rabinowitz, Faculty Representative Eric L. Kaplan, Student Representative OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Catherine A. Cahill, Assistant Secretary

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2009-2010

Rochelle Gizinski, Emerita Leslie E. Goodman, Emeritus Joyce Wilson Harley Gerald C. Harvey John A. Hendricks Robert A. Hering Carleton A. Holstrom, Emeritus M. William Howard, Jr. John D. Hugelmeyer Frank Brown Hundley Ralph Izzo Paul B. Jennings, Emeritus Kevin E. Kennedy Walter L. Leib, Emeritus Richard A. Levao, Emeritus Jennifer Lewis-Hall Christine M. Lomiguen Duncan L. MacMillan Iris Martinez-Campbell Richard L. McCormick, ex officio Carol Ann Monroe Robert E. Mortensen Gene O'Hara John A. O’Malley Dean J. Paranicas, Emeritus Barbara A. Pollison-Beck Sidney Rabinowitz Richard J. Rawson George A. Rears Norman Reitman, Emeritus Alvin J. Rockoff, Emeritus Alejandro Roman John F. Russo, Sr. Patrick M. Ryan Louis A. Sapirman Kenneth M. Schmidt

Daniel H. Schulman Marijane Singer, Emerita Susan Stabile Dorothy M. Stanaitis, Emerita Sandy J. Stewart Abram J. Suydam, Jr. Eleanor J. Tansey Arthur L. Taub, Emeritus Heather Taylor Anne M. Thomas, Emerita Michael R. Tuosto, Emeritus Laurel A. Van Leer Lucas J. Visconti John E. Wade Mary Vivian Fu Wells, Emerita Curtis M. Williams II George R. Zoffinger Menahem Spiegel, Faculty Representative Mark C. Vodak, Faculty Representative Shashi K. Dholandas, Student Representative Joshua E. Slavin, Student Representative

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Catherine A. Cahill, Assistant Secretary


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DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, has produced numerous alumni who have achieved high levels of success in their chosen fields. All told, Rutgers has over 380,000 living alumni around the world, nearly 250,000 of whom presently live in New Jersey.

2009 INDUCTEES Walter G. Alexander II, COE ‘43, The first black man to graduate from Rutgers' College of Engineering in 1943, Walter G. Alexander was a scholar, a pioneer, and a leader. An excellent student, he graduated seventh in his engineering class and was a member of Tau Beta Pi, the Engineering Honor Society. He also participated in track and field as well as cross country. After completing his Rutgers education in mechanical engineering, he trained in the military and was commissioned as a second lieutenant Tuskegee Airman in June 1945. He later became the first black man to be appointed to New Jersey's State Board of Dentistry in 1972. Alexander retired in 2007, having practiced dentistry for more than 50 years. Dorothy W. Cantor, Graduate School of APP ‘ 76, Became the first person with a Psy.D. degree and the first woman clinician to lead the American Psychological Association, the world's largest association of psychologists. Under her leadership, the APA developed the landmark document, Your Mental Health Rights, which was distributed to President Bill Clinton, all members of Congress, as well as health care provider organizations. She has served as president of the American Psychological Foundation since 2001.

Kristin Davis Mason Gross ‘87, Kristin Davis became a household name for her portrayal of Charlotte York in Sex and the City, the HBO series about four single women who confront hard-won truths about romance and sexuality while juggling careers and friendship in New York City. She and the ensemble cast won or were nominated for numerous awards. Davis reprised the role in 2008 when Sex and the City was released on the silver screen; a sequel is due in 2010. At Rutgers, Davis studied under legendary acting coach and theater arts professor William Esper. Mir A. Imran, SOE ‘77, Mir Imran is a renowned scientist and prolific inventor who has achieved great success through his venture roles in various high-tech and biomedical companies. Among his most notable accomplishments is the development of the world's first automatic implantable defibrillator, a device that has saved more than two million lives since 1981 and is a standard of care in cardiology. Imran is also the founder and CEO of InCube Laboratories, Inc., one of North America's oldest and most successful medical device incubators that works to develop high-growth companies that solve major clinical problems through technological innovation. As a scientist, inventor, entrepreneur, or investor, Imran has been named in nearly 350 patents. Ralph Izzo, Business School ‘02, Ralph Izzo has been chairman, president, and CEO of PSEG (Public Service Enterprise Group) since 2007, after holding executive positions within PSEG's family of companies since 1992. PSEG, whose annual revenues are more than $13 billion, was ranked fourth on Fortune magazine's 2009 "World's Most Admired

TODAY SHOW HOST NATALIE MORALES

Companies" list in the electric and gas industry. In 2007, NJBIZ named PSEG New Jersey Corporation of the Year for its financial stability, leadership on environmental issues, and commitment to the state.

Natalie Morales, RC ‘94, Natalie Morales joined NBC's popular Today show as a national correspondent in 2006. In 2007, she was named a co-anchor of the show's fourth hour; she also fills in regularly at the news desk. Prior to signing on with Today, Morales was an anchor and correspondent at MSNBC since March 2002. In these national roles, she has contributed to NBC News coverage of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino and the 2004 Summer Games in Athens. Hispanic Magazine named Morales a "Top Hispanic to Watch" in 2005, and a "Top Trendsetter" in 2003. She also co-hosted and reported for the Emmy-nominated documentary Save Our Sound, a joint production with WNBC-TV New York about preserving the Long Island Sound. PREVIOUS INDUCTEES Judge Abraham Abuchowski, CCAS ’70, GSNB ’75, Created drugs to treat childhood diseases and later founded Enzon, Inc. Rutgers–Camden placed him among its top 50 graduates at its 50th anniversary in 2000. (2002) Roger G. Ackerman, Eng ’60, GSNB ‘62 Corning visionary who led the company to the forefront of the digital age through his work on fiberoptics for internet systems. (2001) Martin Agronsky, RC ’36, Distinguished Journalist; Emmy Winner. Best known as the host of PBS television's Washington-based political talk show Agronsky & Company, Martin Agronsky pioneered the "talking heads" news format. He died in 1999 at age 84. (1995) Phillip Alampi, Ag ’34,GSE ’45, NJ Secretary of Agriculture. He earned 146 awards, including an honorary doctorate from Rutgers in 1969 and the Rutgers Alumni Association's Ernest T. Gardner Award for public leadership in 1985. He died in 1992 at age 79. (1994) Adrienne Scotchbrook Anderson, DC ’45, LHD ’91, Engineer; Chair, Board of Governors (1993) Richard L. Aregood, CCAS ’65, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist and threetime winner of the Distinguished Writing Award of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. (1993) Jerome Aresty, RC '51, Developed Alfred Dunner Inc, a major sportswear firm in 1964. The company rose to the top of the fashion industry and currently has annual sales of nearly $100 million. Aresty has since retired from the business and concentrates his efforts on supporting several philanthropic organizations; chief among them is Rutgers. The state-of-the-art Aresty Amphitheater at Rutgers Stadium a prime example of his generosity. He passed away on June 5, 2009. (2007) Richard H. Askin Jr., RC ‘69, Askin recently completed a successful tenure as the second-longest-serving chairman and CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the honorary organization responsible for the Primetime Emmy Awards. For 10 years, he was president and CEO of Tribune Entertainment Company. (2008) Alice Aycock, DC ’68, Yale Professor; Sculptor (1993) Margaret C. Ayers, DC ’63, Philanthropist, activist. She is president and CEO of the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation. The foundation supports projects that advance women's reproductive rights and health nationally, monitor government performance in providing services to New York's most impoverished and vulnerable residents, and promote and nurture the arts in New York. (1998) Mary L. Baglivo, RC ‘79, One of the highest ranking women in the U.S. communications industry. As CEO and chair of the Americas at Saatchi & Saatchi, she has a seat on the Worldwide Executive Board and is responsible for the largest agency within the global network as well as Saatchi’s Latin American and Canadian regions. member of the American Advertising Federation Hall of Achievement and

IRON CHEF MARIO BATALI the 2007 Woman of the Year title by Advertising Women of New York. She sits on the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers, serving as chair of The Rutgers Fund. She also supports the Mary L. Baglivo Scholarship in the School of Communications, Information and Library Studies. (2008) Charles Bailey, RC ’30, Heart Surgeon (1991), Passed away in 1993. Sol J. Barer, Graduate School-NB ‘74, Celgene Corporation’s chairman and CEO, delivering innovative and life-changing products that treat cancer and other severe immune/inflammatory conditions. (2008) Harland Bartholomew, Eng ’11, City planner (1998). For many years he was president of Harland Bartholomew & Associates, a firm that served as city planners for at least 125 major American and Canadian cities. He died in December 1989, a few months after his 100th birthday. Mario F. Batali, RC ‘82 Highly regarded for his New York restaurants, bestselling cookbooks, popular television programs, and philanthropy. (2004) Julia Baxter-Bates, DC ’38, The first African-American student admitted to Douglass College and was a Research Director for New York NAACP (1996). Julia Bates died in 2003. Fannie Bear Besser, NLaw ’20, Lawyer that was an Advocate for the Poor and social justice for over 60 years. In 1989, she earned the governor's Alice Paul Humanitarian Award for professional performance that exemplifies the "best and noblest characteristics of humankind." She died in 1992, just shy of her 92nd birthday. (1992) Felix M. Beck, SB ’49, GSM ’53, Housing and mortgage Executive. Was president of the Mortgage Bankers of America in 1983 and 1984. He also served as chair and CEO of Margaretten Financial Corporation and Margaretten & Company, Inc. (1998) Elise Biorn-Hansen Boulding, DC ’40, Founder of the International Peace Research Association. In 1990 she was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by the American Friends Service Committee. (1994) Samuel G. Blackman, RC ’27, GSNB ’30, AP Journalist who broke Lindbergh kidnapping story. Retired from Journalism in 1969 to direct the American Press Institute. He passed away in 1995. (1997) Elizabeth Blume-Silverstein, NLaw, 1911 A member of the first graduating class of Rutgers School of Law-Newark, she was one of the first women to practice law in New Jersey and ran one of the most active law practices in Newark. She Died in 1991. (2001) F. Herbert Bormann, Ag ’48, Renowned Ecologist and past president of the Ecological Society of America and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the National Academy of Science. (1988) Joseph P. Bradley, RC 1836, President Ulysses S. Grant appointed him to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1870, where he served until his death in 1892. (1991)


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ACTRESS CALISTA FLOCKHART Floyd H. Bragg, RC ’36, Chairman, He served as chair of Rutgers' Board of Governors and of the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers, as well as president of the Rutgers Alumni Association. (1991) Philip Milledoler Brett, RC 1892, New York City Lawyer and former Rutgers President from 1930-1932. Brett Died in 1960 at the age of 89. (1998) Leonie Milhomme Brinkema, DC ‘66; SCILS ‘70 Legal professonal who led the conviction of three men who were directly involved in the attacks on Sept. 11. Avery F. Brooks, LC ’73, MGSA ’75, Actor, Director, Teacher. starred as Captain Sisko, the main character in the TV series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. (1993) Charles H. Brower, RC ’25, CEO, BBD&O; Chair, Board of Governors. He was inducted into the American Advertising Federation's Hall of Fame in 1981. (1993) Arthur R. Brown, Jr. GSNB ’77, Served as a county agricultural agent with Rutgers Cooperative Extension for several years before Gov. Tom Kean named him New Jersey’s Secretary of Agriculture in 1982. Also worked for Gov. Jim Florio and Gov. Christine Whitman. (2002) Lester R. Brown, Ag ’55, Global Environmentalist and joined the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 1959. President World Watch (1995) Wayne R. Bryant, CLAW '72 Former New Jersey state senator (1995-2008) and Attorney (2005) Frank R. Burns, Ed ’49, GSE ’64, Former Head Football Coach. Inducted into the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame in 1989. (1993) Ruth Ann Burns, DC ’67, GSNB ’75, Public Television Executive (1989) John J. Byrne, Jr., RC ’54, Chairman & CEO of Fund American Enterprises, Inc.; Former Chairman & CEO of GEICO Corporation (1996) William T. Cahill, CLaw ’37, New Jersey Governor. He died in 1996 at age 84(1990) Patricia Smith Campbell,DC ‘63 A research scientist with ALZA, pioneered the development of the technologies that allow treatments by using adhesive patches to deliver a controlled dose of medicine through the skin. (2004) James Dickson Carr, RC 1892, Lawyer; First African-American Graduate. Died in 1920. (1991) Clifford P. Case, RC ’25, Former Congressmen and U.S. Senator. passed away in 1982 (1988) Ida L. Castro, GSNB ’78, NLaw ’82, Chairwoman of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, first Latina recipient of the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni Award. Stanley F. Cherrie, RC '64, A member of the Rutgers baseball and football teams who went on to become an officer in the U.S. Army where he rose to brigadier general and had two assignments in Vietnam. Earned the Distinguished Superior Service Medal before he retired from the U.S. Army in April 1998. Deron L. Cherry, Cook ’81, Former football great, business entrepreneur, Co-owner NFL football team (2000) Jay Chiat, Educ ’53, Influential advertising giant, a trailblazer whose creative genius revolutionized his industry (2000) Carol Teda Christ, DC ‘ 66 In 2002, Carol Tecla Christ became the 10th president of Smith College, one of the largest women’s colleges in the nation. She was inducted into the Douglass Society in 2001. Chiat died in April 2002. (2003)

John P. Clum, RC 1874, American frontiersman, was acting governor of New Mexico territory. Clum died in 1932. (1996) Stanley N. Cohen, RC ’56, Geneticist and he was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame for his DNA research (1994) Barbara Bell Coleman, Newark College of Arts and Sciences 1974 Former President of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Newark, coordinating development programs for 5,000 youngsters. (2004) Kevin J. Collins, NLaw ’64, Attorney, investment banking authority. He has been chair of the Rutgers Board of Governors and Board of Trustees, and the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers. (1998) David L. Cowen, RC ’30, GSNB ’31, Pharmaceutical Historian and former chairmen at the Council of the Institute of Pharmacy for 10 years. Cown passed away in 2006. (1992) Spencer R. Crew, GSNB ’73, ‘79 Executive director and chief executive officer of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. The center, “show(s) the pro-active way African Americans sought freedom and the way people united in support of the belief that freedom was important to preserve for everyone.” (2003) James Cullen, RC ’64, Business executive and former president of Bell Atlantic Enterprises, New Jersey Bell, and the Bell Atlantic Corporation. He oversaw the merger of Bell Atlantic and NYNEX and was chair of the national steering committee for the Rutgers Campaign (2002) Robert Curvin, NCAS ’60, SSW ’67, Political scientist; Author; National Advocate for the Poor (1995) William H.S. Demarest, RC 1883, Rutgers University President. Died in 1956. (1992) Simeon DeWitt, RC 1776, George Washington’s Chief Geographer. Died in 1834. (1995) Robert A. Druskin, RC ’69, Chief Operating Officer of Citigroup Inc. Established the Harriett and Robert Druskin Endowed Scholarship in 2001, which aids hard-working students who face financial challenges. He received the 200102 Rutgers University Medal for Philanthropic Excellence. He is also a member of the university's Board of Trustees. Rene J. Dubos, GSNB ’27, Bacteriologist; Environmentalist. Dubos wrote 20 books, including So Human An Animal, for which he won a Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction in 1969. Dubos died in 1982. (1992) Janet Evanovich, DC ’65, Author of the popular comedycrime novels featuring bounty hunter Stephanie Plum. The number-one New York Times best-selling Plum novels have been described as part Indiana Jones, part Moonlighting, and part Midnight Run.(2002) Calista Flockhart, MGSA ‘88 Flockhart became a household name, having starred for five years in the highly rated television show Ally McBeal. Won the 1998 Golden Globe award and a 1999 Emmy for outstanding comedy series. Stars on ABC drama Brothers and Sisters. (2003) Jim Florio, CLaw ’67, Former Congressmen and New Jersey Governor. He was the former chair of the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York. (1995) Sharon A. Fordham, DC ‘75 The chief executive officer of WeightWatchers.com, Inc., she has earned many industry awards for her new product efforts, including several Edison Awards for “New Product of the Year” and Gold Effies for Most Effective Advertising. (2003) Jeanne M. Fox, DC ’75, CLaw ’79, Environmentalist, Feminist, Fox is president of the state's Board of Public Utilities. She is Former Regional Administrator for U.S. EPA (1997) Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, RC 1836, Senator, U.S. Secretary of State. Died in 1885 (1990) Milton Friedman, RC ’32, Economist and he won the Nobel Prize for economics in 1976. He passed away in 2006. (1987) C. Reed Funk, GSNB ’62, Joined Cook College as an instructor in 1956 and led one of the world’s most productive turf grass-breeding programs for 34 years. Albert R. Gamper, Jr., UCN ’66, President and CEO of The CIT Group until 2004, charter member of the Rutgers Board of Trustees, a member of the Board of Governors and the Board Overseers. James J. Gandolfini, RC ‘83 Star of the Emmy-award winning HBO series, the Sopranos which earned him numerous Emmy, Screen Actors Guild, and Golden Globe awards and nominations. (2004)

Ronald W. Giaconia, RC '58, Retired president of Giaconia Life Associates, Inc. A former baseball player who created the Ron and Toni Giaconia Endowed Scholarship for Rutgers baseball players. His various philanthropic efforts earned him the Silver Keystone award from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. He was also the former chair of the university's Board of Trustees and vice chair of the Board of Governors. He received a Meritorious Service Award in 1993 and a Loyal Sons of Rutgers Award in 1998. Louis Gluck, RC '48 Considered the father of Neonatologist. Died in 1997. (2005) Arthur M. Goldberg, RC ’63, Former President & CEO of Park Place Entertainment Corp., Bally Total Fitness Holding Corp. and chairman of DeGiorgio Company. Goldberg died in 2000. Bernard R. Goldberg, RC '67 Author, Television journalist, Real Sports with Bryan Gumbel. He has won a total of 8 Emmy awards. (2005) Matthew Golombek, RC ’76, Geologist, senior research scientist at NASA. (1998) Michael Gottlieb, MD, RC ’69, World-renowned AIDS doctor & researcher. He is a cofounder of the American Foundation for AIDS Research. (1996) William Elliot Griffis, RC 1869, Educator, Targum Founder. Griffis died in 1928. (1990) Jean Coughlan Griswold, DC ’52, GSE ’56, Founder & Chief Executive, Special Care, Inc. (1995) Richard M. Hale, AG ’44, GSNB ’48, Industrialist, Community Leader, Chairman & CEO of Halecrest Company. He served as president of the New Jersey Aggregates Association and founded the New Jersey Alliance for Action. Hale died in 2004. (1997) Elizabeth Cavanna Harrison, DC ’29, Author and has wrote more than 80 books. Harrison died in 2001 at age 92. (1990) Terry Hart, GSNB ’78, Astronaut (1994) Douglas R. Heir, CLaw ’85, Lawyer, Writer. One of the world's greatest wheelchair athletes, he has won more than 300 gold medals. (1987) John J. Heldrich, UCNB ’50, Former Executive Committee & Board of Directors, Johnson & Johnson (1995) George William Hill, RC 1859, World-renowned astronomer in celestial mechanics. Hill received a gold medal from the Royal Astronomical Society of London in 1887 and the Damoiscan Prize of the Paris Academy of Sciences for his research on the lunar theory. He died in 1914. (1996) Washington C. Hill, CCAS '61 One of the foremost perinatologists in the world and a leading expert on maternal-fetal medicine. Chair of the department of obstetrics and gynecology and director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Florida. (2006) Garret A. Hobart, RC 1863, U.S. Vice President. Died in 1899 (1990) Arthur J. Holland, UCNB ’54, GSNB ’59, Mayor of Trenton for 26 years. Holland died in 1989. (1990) Richard J. Hughes, NLaw ’31, New Jersey Governor. he had served as assistant U.S. attorney for the District of New Jersey, and as a judge on the Mercer County Court Bench, the state Superior Court, and later in the state Appellate Division. He died in 1992. (1987) William J. Hughes, RC ’55, CLaw ’58, Former Democratic Congressman and ambassador to Panama (1995-1998). (1997)

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PHILADELPHIA 76ERS HEAD COACH EDDIE JORDAN Jerry Izenberg, NCAS ’52, Sports Writer, Newark Star-Ledger. A member of the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame. (1991) Jack H. Jacobs, RC ’66, GSNB ‘72 Col. Jack Jacobs, who entered military service through Rutgers ROTC, earned the Congressional Medal of Honor in 1969, the nation’s highest military award, for exceptional heroism on the battlefields of Vietnam. He also holds three Bronze Stars and two Silver Stars. Herb Jaffee, NCAS ’54, Former Legal Affairs Editor, Newark Star-Ledger. He is a two-time winner of the American Bar Association's Certificate of Merit in Journalism. (1991) Paul "Pete" Jennings, RC ’45, Cardiologist, educator, author (1998) Edward M. Jordan National Basketball Association Player, Coach Livingston College 1977. In 2003, the Washington Wizards named Jordan head coach, a position he held through 2008 Samuel B. Judah, RC 1816, First Jewish graduate of Rutgers. He served as Speaker of the House from 1840–41. President Andrew Jackson appointed him U.S. District Attorney for Indiana in 1829, a position he held until 1833. Judah died in 1869. (199 Robert E. Kelley, Ed ’56, Lieutenant General of the U.S. Air Force,Vietnam War hero, co-captained the Scarlet Knights football team, was All-American in lacrosse, and was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. James P. Kelly, UCN ‘73 Retired Chairman and CEO for United Parcel Service. (2001) Ricardo M. Khan, RC ’73, MGSA ’77, Founder/ Director of Crossroads Theatre (1992) Alfred J. Kilmer, RC ’08, Known and loved by generations as the heroic World War I soldier-poet, he left a rich legacy of books and poetry, the most famous, "Trees". On July 30, 1918 he was killed in action. (2000) William English Kirwan II GSNB, ‘62, ’64, Former President of Ohio State University. In 2002, William English Kirwan II became chancellor of one of the nation's largest university systems, the University of Maryland who has a national reputation for raising academic standards. (2000) David Lloyd Kreeger, RC ’29, Lawyer, Art Collector. In 1948, he purchased a tiny, privately-owned insurance company— Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO). Kreeger died in November 1990. (1988) Alfred C. Koeppe, NCAS ‘69 Served as president and CEO of New Jersey Bell and is now president and chief operating officer of The Public Service Electric & Gas Co. Gov. James McGreevey appointed Mr. Koeppe as chairman of the state’s Economic Development Authority, in which he will oversee New Jersey’s multibilliondollar school construction program, and arrange low-cost financing for new businesses. (2003) Frederick J. Kroesen, RC ’44, CC ’80, LHD ’84, Four-Star General, Commander NATO European Forces (1993) Alexander S. Kroll, RC ’62, Retired Chairman & CEO of Young & Rubican, Inc., Henry Rutgers scholar & All-American football player. He was inducted into the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame, the national College Football Hall of Fame, and the American Advertising Federation's Hall of Fame. (1996) Barbara J. Krumsiek, DC ’74, manages billion-dollar portfolios of mutual funds is resident, CEO, and vice chair of the Calvert Group, Ltd. (2000)

Irwin M. Lachman, School of Engineering '52, Member of a research team at Corning Glass Works (now Corning Inc.), Lachman and his research teammates received the 2003 National Medal of Technology and was also inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2002. In 2005, he was recognized as the Malcolm G. McLaren Distinguished Lecturer by Rutgers' School of Engineering. Clifton R. Lacy, Livingston College ‘75 Former senior vice president for medical affairs and chief of staff at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. In 2004, Lacy was named president and CEO of RWJ University Hospital and in 2006, he left that position to develop and direct the new Institute for Disaster and Terror Medicine UMDNJ-RWJ Medical School and RWJ University Hospital.(2004) Louis Lasagna, RC ’43, Acknowledged as the “father of clinical pharmacology.” His 1954 paper on the placebo response was cited by The Lancet as one of the landmark papers of the twentieth century. Lasagna died in 2003. (2002) Laynee La Vecchia, DC ’76, NLaw ‘79 New Jersey Supreme Court Justice. (2001) Laurance Leeds, School of Eng. '34 Expert in the technology of high-energy propagation of electrical waves through space. Integral the introduction of television on a mass scale and the use of radar during World War II. He died in 1997 at age 90. (2006) Irwin Lerner, SB ’51, GSM ’58, Served as President and CEO of Hoffmann-LaRoche during his 32-year career, oversaw the passage of the landmark Prescription Drug User Fee legislation. (2000) Gerald H. Lipkin, NCAS '63 Chief executive officer of Valley National. Chairman and president of the bank's board of directors. (2006) Edward V. Lipman, Ag ’33, GSNB ’39, Corporate Board of Directors, Ocean Spray. Lipman died in 1998 at age 87. (1995) Jacob G. Lipman, RC 1898, Dean, College of Agriculture, Director of N.J. Agricultural Experiment Station. Died in 1939. (1992) Robert E. Lloyd, RC ‘67, A prominent figure in Rutgers basketball history, having led the team to its first post-season appearance in 1967 while being named the school’s first AllAmerican. A member of the Rutgers Basketball Hall of Fame and his was the first jersey retired by the university. Lloyd was also a success in the business world as CEO of several software companies, retiring in 1996 to devote more time to The V Foundation for Cancer Research, of which he has been chairman since its inception in 1993. The V Foundation, which has raised more than $70 million and awarded research grants in 37 states and the District of Columbia, was established by ESPN and the late Jim Valvano RC’67—Lloyd’s roommate, teammate, and friend—to support “the brilliant researchers that will eventually find cures for cancer.” Prior to his business career, Lloyd played two years for the NBA’s New Jersey Nets. He then launched a successful sales and marketing career. (2008) Virginia Long, NLaw ‘66 New Jersey Supreme Court Justice. (2001) Leonor F. Loree, RC 1877, Railroad magnate, Influential Rutgers Trustee. Died in 1940. (1997) Duncan L. MacMillan, RC '66 Designed computer systems by which the Bloomberg Company uses to disseminate information and communicates data. Member of the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers. (2006) Beverly L. Malone, GSNB ’72, A national leader in nursing, education, and patients rights and she was president of the American Nurses Association from 1996–2000. She was named one of the "Top 100 Most Influential AfricanAmericans" by Ebony magazine (2000) George W. Mamo, Camden Arts and Sciences ‘76 Former vice president for administration of Feed the Children, an international relief organization. Yolanda J. Mapp, DC ’53, Physician (1992) Bernard Marcus, Pharm ’54, co-founder of The Home Depot, Inc., one of the world’s largest home improvement retailer, (2000) Ernest Mario, Pharm ’61, Pharmaceutical executive (1998) William Mastrosimone, MGSA ’80, Playwright (1989) Richard P. McCormick, RC ’38, GSNB ’40, LHD ’82, Professor of History Emeritus, Rutgers University Historian. Richard P. McCormick died in 2006. (1990)

69 Malcolm McLaren, Eng ’50, GSNB ’51, ‘62 Served as chairman of the U.N. World Health Organization’s committee on lead poisoning from ceramics glazes on dinnerware and led the effort to create international standards that allowed worldwide trade. Developed the university-government-industrial collaboration that resulted in the Center for Ceramic Research and Fiber Optic Materials Research Program at Rutgers. He died in 1996. (2001) Robert Menendez, NLaw ’79, U.S. Congressman for New Jersey, the 4th ranking Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives. In November 2006, New Jerseyans elected Menendez to serve a full six-year term senator. Ratemo W. Michieka, CC ’74, GSE ’75, GSNB ‘78 Former director-general of the National Environmental Management Authority in Kenya. He has held administrative positions at the World Bank and the United Nations Environment Program, and consulted for CARE and the Swedish International Development Agency. (2003) Morris Milgram, NCAS ’39, Affordable Housing Pioneer. Milgram died in 1997 at age 81. (1993) Julane W. Miller-Armbrister, DC '74, School of Social Work '79 Business executive, Social activist (2005) Marilyn J. Morheuser, NLaw ’73, Civil Rights Activist and Lawyer. She died from cancer in 1995. (1997) John Howard Morrow, RC ’31, First U.S. Ambassador to Republic of Guinea. Morrow died in 2000. (1991) David A. Morse, RC ’29, Director General ILO, Nobel Laureate. He died in 1990 at age 83. (1991) Robert E. Mortensen, ED '63 Business executive, Humanitarian (2005) James Neilson, RC 1866, Pioneer in Soil Improvement, Drainage & Chemical Fertilizers. Died in 1937. (1995) Oswald G. Nelson, RC ’25, NLaw ’30, Entertainer. Ozzie Nelson died in California in 1975. (1989) Susan Ness, DC ’70, Attorney, FCC Commissioner from 1994-2001. (1998) William Newell, RC ’1836 Physician, U.S. Congressman and governor of New Jersey. Died in 1901. (2001) Nathan M. Newmark, Eng ’30, Civil Engineer. Newmark died in 1988. (1989) Roy Franklin Nichols, RC ’18, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Historian. He died in 1972 at age 76. (1994) Elizabeth M. Norman, College of Nursing ‘73 Award-winning author who wrote Women at War (1990) and We Band of Angels (2000), two historical works chronicling the work of war-time nurses. Janet Lippe Norwood, DC ’45, Commissioner, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics from 1979-1991. (1987)

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James O’Brien, RC ’57, An expert on El Niño, in which unusually warm water forms in the eastern Pacific off the coast of South America, affecting global ecosystems and jet stream location. (2002) Eugene M. O'Hara, UC-N '62 Former CFO, Prudential. served as Rutgers chair of the university's Board of Governors and on the Board of Trustees, the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers, and the President's Council. (2005) Hazel Rollins O’Leary, NLaw ’66, U.S. Secretary of Energy. In 2004, she became president of Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. (1994) Remigio U. Pane, RC ’38, Professor of Italian. Pane died in 2000 at age 88. (1992) Herbert Pardes, RC ‘56, President and CEO of NewYorkPresbyterian Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System. A noted psychiatrist, Pardes served as director of the National Institute of Mental Health and U.S. Assistant Surgeon General during the Carter and Reagan administrations. He was also president of the American Psychiatric Association. He was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, the Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health, and the U.S. Army Commendation Medal. (2008) John A. Pino, AG '44, GSNB '51 Scientist, Humanitarian (2005) Robert Pinsky, RC ’62, US Poet Laureate, Pinsky’s poems have appeared in such magazines as The New Yorker and The New Republic. Has received dozens of prestigious citations, including awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters.(2002) Clark V. Poling, RC ’33, World War II Chaplain (1990) Sylvia B. Pressler, NLaw ’59, Presiding Judge, New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division. Retired in 2004. (2002) Clement A. Price, GSNB '75 History professor at Rutgers-Newark for 37 years and since 2002, has served as a Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor. (2006) Paris Qualles, RC ’74 A highly-respected screenwriter and producer-director for television, his TV movies include the acclaimed "The Tuskegee Airmen," which won an Emmy in 1995, and, "The Color of Friendship," which won an Emmy for "Outstanding Children’s Program" in 2000. (2001) Sheryl Lee Ralph, RC ‘75 Originated the role of Deena Jones in the musical Dreamgirls, which earned her a Tony Award nomination and a Drama Desk Award nomination for best actress. Is also a mainstay on television, most recently as a cast member of Moesha (2002) Norman Reitman, RC ’32, Cardiologist (1992) Thomas A. Renyi, RC ’67, GSM ’68, Chairman and CEO of The Bank of New York Company Inc, the nation’s oldest bank. After the 2007 merger with Mellon Financial Corp., he became executive chair of The Bank of New York Mellon. (2002) Paul Robeson, RC ’19, Actor, Singer, Activist. Died in 1976. (1987) Eduardo C. Robreno, Claw ’78, Started his career as a trial attorney with the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division, then practiced for 11 years with two Philadelphia law firms in the area of commercial litigation, including bankruptcy, real estate, construction, unfair trade practices, libel, labor, and administrative law. (2002)

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Alvin J. Rockoff, RC ’49, Community leader, former Chairman of Rutgers Board of Governors (1997) Peter W. Rodino, Jr., NLaw ’37, LLD ’75, U.S. Congressman for four decades. Rodino died in 2005 at age 95. (1993) Joseph H. Rodriguez, CLaw ’58, First Hispanic judge of U.S. District Court for NJ, Public advocate & defender (1996) John S. Ruggieri, CCAS ‘68 In 1990, he sold his interest in Comar Inc., a leading pharmaceuticals container manufacturer, and bought a 50,000acre ranch in Kenya, thus preventing its subdivision and preserving its function as a migratory route for elephants and a shelter for zebras, gazelles, lions and giraffes, as well as saving the jobs of its 100 workers. Philip S. Schein, RC '61 Professor, Cancer researcher. Schein was ranked as one of the 120 best doctors in America. (2005) Barry Schuler, RC '76 Founded Medior Inc., a multimedia design firm, which pioneered the use of interactive multimedia for such applications as e-commerce, digital music and entertainment. When AOL merged with Time Warner, Schuler became AOL's chair and CEO. (2006) Peter Schultz, GSNB ’67, One of the key inventors of the century, propelled us all into the Information Age when he and two colleagues invented an optical fiber that has become the basis of the Information Superhighway (2000) James Schureman, QC 1775, Revolutionary War hero, served as the New Jersey delegate to the Continental Congress (1786), the first federal congress (1989-91). Former New Brunswick Mayor. Died in 1824. Gregory Kellam Scott, Ag ’70, GSE ’71, Youngest and first African-American Justice on Colorado Supreme Court (1997) George Segal, GSNB ’63, Sculptor. Died in 2000. (1987) Michael Shaara, RC ’51, Pulitzer Prize winning author for The Killer Angels; also wrote For Love of the Game, which later became a movie. Shaara died in 1988. George Henry Sharpe, RC 1847, 1850 Raised a regiment, the 120th New York, and commanded it during fighting in the Fredericksburg, Va., area during the Civil War. Served as a Rutgers College trustee until his death in 1900. (2006) Carole Frandsen St. Mark, DC ’65, Current president of Growth Management, a business development and strategic management company in Stamford. Former President & CEO, Pitney Bowes Business Services (1995) Raymond O. Stark, RC ‘35 He is one of Hollywood’ most successful producers, as well as a respected philanthropist. His classic films include "Funny Girl," "The Goodbye Girl," "The Way We Were," "The Sunshine Boys" and "Steel Magnolias." He led Ray Stark Productions and the Fran and Ray Stark Foundation until his death in 2004. (2001) David Stern, RC ’63, Commissioner of the National Basketball Association; under Stern's leadership, the NBA has added several franchises, enjoyed an increase in revenues, expanded its national television exposure dramatically, launched the WNBA, and created the National Basketball Development League. Jeffrey A. Torborg; School of Education 1963 Former Rutgers All-American, 10-year Major League veteran and Major League manager who caught three no-hitters and was named the American League Manager of the Year in 1990. (2004) Robert Torricelli, RC ’75, NLaw ’77, United States Senator from 1997-2003. (1998) William Trager , RC ’30, His seminal research in the laboratory culture of malarial parasites will surely lead to the development of a life-saving vaccine to conquer malaria. Trager died in 2005 at age 94. (2000) James Valvano, RC ’67, Legendary basketball coach at North Carolina State and later a sports announcer, established The V Foundation which has awarded more than $45 million for cancer research. Valvano died in 1993 at age 47. Luke Visconti, Cook '82, Co-founded Diversity Inc in 1998. He is also a supporter of diversity-related charities and in 2006 he helped form the DiversityInc Foundation. Harry J. Volk, RC ’27, SL-N ‘30 Executive and philanthropist, revolutionized the insurance and banking industries, spotting the loophole in federal laws that made it possible for banks to for holding companies. Mr.

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Volk’s innovations included daily interest compounding, banking by mail, and aggressive marketing. He was a founder of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Los Angeles Music Center. Foster Voorhees, RC ‘1876, Left a lasting imprint on the social fabric of New Jersey and on Rutgers. As New Jersey’s governor, the lifelong bachelor implemented reforms that benefited orphans, improved conditions for prison inmates, and protected the environment. He died in 1927. (2000) Ralph W. Voorhees, Educ ’48, Retired Senior VP of Paine Webber, Inc.; Former business manager of Peddie & Lawrenceville Schools (1996) Selman A. Waksman, RC ’15, Microbiologist, Nobel Laureate. Died in 1973. (1987) Monroe E. Wall, Ag ’36, GSNB ’38 and ’39, Cancer Researcher. Wall died in 2002 at age 85. (1994) David A. Werblin, RC ’31, Corporate Executive, Sportsman. When the American Football League's New York Titans were up for sale in 1963, Werblin and four partners acquired the franchise for $1 million and renamed it the New York Jets. He died in 1991. (1990) Susan J. Wicks, CC '88 International and WNBA All-Star (2005) Melanie L. Willoughby, RC '76 For 17 years, Willoughby served as president of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association. She is currently the Sr. VP NJ Business and Industry Assoc. (2005) Donna L. Wong, College of Nursing '70, Developed the Wong/Baker FACES Pain Rating, the international standard for assessing children's pain. She was the first recipient of the Audrey Hepburn/Sigma Theta Tau International Award. She was also on the National Advisory Committee of the RWJ Excellence in End of Life Care Project. Wong died in May 2008. H. Boyd Woodruff; College of Agriculture ‘39; Graduate School - New Brunswick ‘42 Discovered actinomycin, which sparked a revolution in world medicine and agriculture. (2004) Carl R. Woodward, RC ‘14 and ’19, President of University of Rhode Island who contributed extensive writings about the College of Agriculture and the New Jersey agriculture, published a book Ploughs and Politicks, which significantly influenced the field of agricultural history. Woodward died in 1974 at age 84. Adelaide Marcus Zagoren, DC '40 Served for 26 years as the Associate Alumnae of Douglass College. Currently the trustee and president of the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation. (2006) William B. Ziff Jr., RC ‘55, The visionary leader who developed Ziff-Davis Publishing Company into a highly successful niche media empire that included PC Magazine. He helped foster the company’s growth to become the largest publisher of computer magazines with annual revenue of $1 billion. In recognition of his astounding contributions to the publishing industry, peers presented him with the Henry Johnson Fisher Award in 1991, and in 1992 he was named executive of the year by Magazine Publishers of America. He died on September 9, 2006. (2008) For more information on Rutgers Alumni, visit: www.alumni.rutgers.edu


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