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The University of Scranton 2012 Men's Lacrosse Media Guide


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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse General Information Name: The University of Scranton Location: Scranton, Pennsylvania 18510 Enrollment: 4,100 full-time undergraduates Founded: 1888 Nickname: Royals President: Rev. Kevin P. Quinn, SJ Web Address: athletics.scranton.edu Athletics Director: Toby Lovecchio (Scranton ‘85) Assistant Directors of Athletics: Bryan Lurie, Colleen Murphy (SWA), Steve Klingman (Assoc.), Kevin Southard Athletics Department Phone: (570)941-7440 Sports Information Director: Kevin Southard Phone/Fax: (570)941-7571/(570)941-4223 Email: kevin.southard@scranton.edu Asst. SID: Randy Shemanski Email: randall.shemanski@scranton.edu Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: Landmark Conference Conference Members: The Catholic University of America, Drew University, Goucher College, Juniata College (does not sponsor men's lacrosse), Moravian College (does not sponsor men's lacrosse), Susquehanna University, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Washington & Jefferson (member in men's lacrosse only) Head Coach: Jim Rogalski (St. Mary's {Md} '97, 2nd year, 9-8, .529, entering 2012 season Assistant Coach: Ed Williams (Lycoming '10, 2nd year) Volunteer Assistant Coaches: Sean Coleman (Scranton '11, 1st year); Tom Hayes (2nd year) Student Assistant Coaches: Brendan Gray, Matt Dachowski Captains: #7 Tim Cleary, #28 Colin McPoyle, #1 Taylor Nelson, #16 Mike Rufo 2011 Record: 9-8 Overall/3-2 Landmark Conference/ Landmark Conference champions Home Field: Fitzpatrick Field (Field Turf, Lights) Find It Fast All-Time Results ................................................. All-Time Roster.................................................. Assistant Coaches ........................................... Awards & Honors ............................................. Career Records ............................................... Final Statistics (2011) ....................................... Game Records ................................................ Head Coach Jim Rogalski.............................. News & Notes .................................................. Roster ................................................................ Player Profies .................................................... Royals vs. All Opponents ................................ Season Records ............................................... Year-by-Year Results ....................................... Year-by-Year Stat Leaders .............................

23-25 28-IBC 3 BC 17-18 6 16 2 5 4 7-15 27-28 19-20 26 21-22

2012 Schedule Day Date Sat. Feb. 25 Sat. Mar. 3 Wed. Mar. 7 Sat. Mar. 17 Wed. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Tue. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat.

Mar. 21 Mar. 24 Mar. 31 Apr. 4 Apr. 7 Apr. 10 Apr. 14 Apr. 18 Apr. 21 Apr. 25 Apr. 28 May 2 May 5

Opponent Time at Farmingdale 1:00 pm at Muhlenberg 1:00 pm NAZARETH 3:00 pm vs. Lycoming (Baltimore, Md.) 1:00 pm CENTENARY 3:30 pm at Wash. & Jeff. 1:00 pm DREW 1:00 pm at FDU-Florham 7:00 pm MERCHANT MARINE 1:00 pm at St. John Fisher 4:00 pm at Susquehanna 12:00 pm MARYWOOD 7:30 pm at Goucher 1:00 pm FRANKLIN & MARSHALL 7:00 pm CATHOLIC 2:30 pm Landmark Semifinals TBA Landmark Championship TBA

HOME GAMES IN CAPS *Landmark Conference Opponents 2011 Results (9-8/*3-2 Landmark Conference) Date Royals OPP W/L F26 10 DeSALES 3 W M1 12 FARMINGDALE ST. 6 W M5 5 MUHLENBERG 10 L M9 9 at Nazareth 15 L M16 15 HARTWICK 11 W M19 9 at Marywood 6 W M26 7 at Stevenson 21 L M30 8 at F&M 12 L A2 17 *at Mer. Marine 13 W A5 8 ST. JOHN FISHER 9 (ot) L A9 9 *at Drew 10 L A16 5 *SUSQUEHANNA 9 L A23 9 *GOUCHER 8 (ot) W A30 12 *at Catholic 10 W M4 12 $CATHOLIC 9 W M7 12 %at Goucher 8 W M11 3 !at Gettysburg 8 L HOME GAMES IN CAPS $LANDMARK SEMIFINALS %Landmark Championship !NCAA Division III Championships

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Jim Rogalski made quite a splash in his first season as head coach of The University of Scranton men’s lacrosse program, leading the Royals to their first-ever Landmark Conference title and to their first-ever NCAA tournament appearance in the program’s 25-year history. And to think that Scranton’s storybook season was only minutes away from not happening. The Royals found themselves trailing defending Landmark champion Goucher College by three goals with 10 minutes remaining in the fourth period in a must-win situation on Saturday, April 23, at Fitzpatrick Field. Nevertheless, Scranton fought back and pulled out a 9-8 victory in overtime, then defeated Catholic University twice within a five-day span before setting up another meeting with Goucher, this time in the Landmark Conference championship game. The Royals avoided the dramatics of the first meeting by building up an 11-5 lead midway through the fourth period en route to a 12-8 victory. And even though Scranton’s season came to an end days later with an 8-3 loss to 12th-ranked Gettysburg in the NCAA tournament, the Royals more than held their own, forging a tie with the heavily favored Bullets early in the third period. Another highlight was the selection of five Royals as allconference performers, including three first-team picks. It was the most representatives from Scranton on an allconference team since 1995. A native of Arnold, Maryland, Rogalski has coached extensively on the NCAA Division I and III level since his graduation from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 1997. For the past six seasons, he has been on the coaching staff at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, beginning his career there as head assistant lacrosse coach in 2004 before being promoted to associate head coach in 2007. He has also served as an assistant coach at Drexel University, Washington & Lee University, Goucher College, Western New England College, and St. Mary's.

administrative duties, including game and practice planning, recruiting, monitoring NCAA compliance, and organizing clinics for local youth players and youth coaches. In his role as associate head coach over the past three years, he oversaw the Scarlet Knights's recruiting efforts, which resulted in nationally-ranked recruiting classes in 2007 and 2008 by Inside Lacrosse magazine and commitments from five high school all-Americans for this season and next year's freshman class. On the field, Rutgers also pulled off a major upset in the inaugural season of the Big East Conference in 2010, defeating NCAA runner-up Notre Dame, 10-8, on March 27 in South Bend, Indiana. During his undergraduate days at St. Mary's, he was a four-year letterman on the men's lacrosse team. A threeyear starter, Rogalski earned all-Capital Athletic Conference honors twice (1st team, 1996; 2nd team, 1995). He also coached there for two seasons as an assistant upon graduation before moving on to Western New England College and Goucher College in 1998 and 1999, respectively. Rogalski is the owner of Ski Lax, Inc., and co-owner of Coast to Coast Lacrosse Camp, Inc. Jim and his wife, Susan, reside in Clarks Summit with their two daughter, Ella and Lia. Coaching Highlights Overall Record: 9-8 (.529) Landmark Conference Championships (1): 2011 NCAA Tournament Appearances (1): 2001 Winning Records (1): 2011 (9-8) All-Landmark Conference Selections (5) Stephen Bruestle (1st team, 2011), Patrick Cefalu (1st team, 2011), Tim Cleary (1st team, 2011), Mike Rufo (2nd team, 2011), Taylor Nelson (2nd team, 2011) College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) District II All-Academic Selections (1) Christian Dugan (2nd team) United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) North/South All-Star Game Selections (1) Patrick Cefalu (2011)

Rogalski began a three-year tenure at Drexel in 2001, where he served as defensive and recruiting coordinator and whose first season was highlighted by nine wins, the fourth-most in the program's history at the time. He also coached three players who earned all-Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) honors and another who was named the conference's rookie of the year in 2002. In his first three seasons under Jim Stagnitta's guidance at Rutgers, Rogalski handled a number of coaching and

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Volunteer Assistant Coach Sean Coleman

Assistant Coach Ed Williams Ed Williams, a native of Florham Park, New Jersey, begins his second season as an assistant coach. A former standout player at Lycoming College in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, from which he graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice, he was a four-year starter at midfield for the Warriors, earning first-team all-Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) honors in 2009 and second team in 2010, and served as tri-captain his senior year. He finished his career with 97 goals and 40 assists for 137 total points. He played a key role on a Lycoming team that posted a 23-5 record over the past three seasons under head coach Brian Anken, including a 9-1 mark and tie for first place in the MAC in 2009. Upon graduation from Lycoming, Williams served as a volunteer recruiting coach for the Warriors. During the summers of 2006-2010, he also worked as an assistant director and sports director for the Florham Park Day Camp, managing sport activities and events, organizing camp activities and field trips and providing a fun and safe environment for campers. At Hanover Park High School, Williams was a three-year letterman and team captain of the boys' lacrosse team and played four years of football. His younger brother, Joseph, is a graduate of The University of Scranton and was a member of the Royal wreslting team (2007-2011).

In four seasons, Coleman was a mainstay up front for the Royals, finishing his career with 33 goals and 18 assists for 61 total points in 52 games. His 85 ground balls is currently 24th on Scranton’s all-time list. He was a member of the 2008 team that won a school-record 12 games under former head coach Kevin Dugan, who is currently director of men’s lacrosse operations at the University of Notre Dame. Coleman was also a member of three Landmark Conference tournamentqualifying teams (2008, 2009, 2011). He also excelled in the classroom, landing a spot on the Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll three times. Volunteer Assistant Coach Tom Hayes Hayes is a member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. In 32 seasons at both Drexel and Rutgers, he posted an overall record of 243-162 (.600). His tenure at Rutgers included five NCAA tournament appearances and the Scarlet Knights were ranked in the top 20 from 1975 to 1998. He also coached 57 all-Americans. Hayes has also served as president of the International Lacrosse Federation from 1994 through 2002, vice president from 19741978, secretary-treasurer from 1978-1983, general delegate from 1974-1994, chair of the Marketing Committee from 2001 to the present, and chair of the Development Committee from 2003 to the present.

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Roster No. Name Ht. Wt. Pos. Yr Hometown/High School 1 Taylor Nelson 6-1 210 A Jr. Chester Springs, Pa./Downingtown East 2 Brendan Synan 6-1 190 D Jr. Mahopac, NY/Mahopac 3 Kyle Frank 6-1 183 A Jr. Glen Arm, Md./Boys’ Latin 4 Matt Tibbitts 6-2 180 M So. West Hartford, Conn./Conard 5 Matt Glenn 6-0 180 M Sr. Jamison, Pa./Central Bucks East 6 John Gregitis 5-10 165 M So. Wayne, Pa./St. Joseph’s Preparatory 7 Tim Cleary 6-0 170 D Jr. Shrewsbury, NJ/Christian Brothers Academy 8 Jake Hutchins 5-8 160 M So. Ridgewood, NJ/Ridgewood 9 Mike Deliberti 5-11 165 M So. Fairfield, Conn./Fairfield Ludlowe 10 Matt Cunningham 5-11 165 M Fr. Seacliff, NY/North Shore 11 Tim O’Rourke 6-3 175 M Fr. West Chester, Pa./St. Joseph's 12 Colin Gable 5-8 160 G So. Ridgewood, NJ/Ridgewood 13 John McShea 5-11 195 D Sr. Strafford, Pa./St. Joseph's Preparatory 14 Pat Farrell 6-2 180 D Fr. Jamison, Pa./St. Joseph’s Preparatory 15 Ben Worthington 5-9 195 G Jr. Jenkintown, Pa./Archbishop Wood 16 Mike Rufo 6-1 175 M Sr. Broomall, Pa./Haverford School 18 Gus Sturm 6-0 180 A So. Wayne, Pa./Conestoga 19 Colin Panayi 6-1 175 D Fr. Bedminster, NJ/Bernards 20 Matt Finor 5-7 175 M Fr. Churchville, Pa./Council Rock South 21 Anthony Lombardo 5-8 170 A Fr. Mendham, NJ/Mendham 22 Kevin Brier 6-0 170 A Jr. Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks West 23 Michael Bernier 6-4 205 M Fr. Wayne, Pa./Malvern Preparatory 24 Dillon McInerney 6-0 170 M Jr. Hawthorne, NJ/Bergen Catholic 26 Daniel Slade 6-2 170 A Sr. Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks East 27 Dan Crawford 5-9 175 D Fr. Churchville, Pa./ St. Joseph’s Preparatory 28 Colin McPoyle 6-0 210 M Sr. Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks South 29 Domenick Scali 6-0 180 M Fr. Colts Neck, NJ/Christian Brothers Academy 30 Ryan Millard 5-10 190 D Fr. Long Valley, NJ/West Morris Central 31 Will Mahle 6-1 175 A Fr. Montgomery, NJ/Montgomery 32 David Magrini 6-3 170 M Fr. Montclair, NJ/Trinity Pawling 33 Chris Sumpter 5-10 150 G Fr. Crofton, Md./South River 34 Ryan Saraceni 5-9 185 D So. Lansdale, Pa./La Salle 36 Dennis Jordan 5-7 150 M Fr. Long Valley, NJ/West Morris Central 38 Peter Meehan 6-2 190 D Fr. Rockville Centre, NY/South Side 39 Dan Frankel 5-6 140 A So. Kinnelon, NJ/Kinnelon 42 Kurt Abitz 5-9 150 M Fr. Merrick, NY/Calhoun 43 Nicholas Fabiano 5-7 140 A Fr. Mineola, NY/Mineola 44 Tyler Bliss 5-11 165 D Fr. Basking Ridge, NJ/Ridge 45 Olaf Gilliam 5-11 195 M Jr. Piermont, NY/Tappan Zee Head Coach: Jim Rogalski (St. Mary’s {Md.} ’97, 2nd year, 9-7, .563, entering 2012 season) Assistant Coaches: Ed Williams (Lycoming ’10, 2nd year), Sean Coleman (1st year), Tom Hayes (2nd year) Student Assistants: Brendan Gray, Matt Dachowski Captains: #7 Tim Cleary, #28 Colin McPoyle, #1 Taylor Nelson, #16 Mike Rufo

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse News & Notes In the silver anniversary of the program, in 2011, the Royals struck gold, winning their first-ever Landmark Conference title and advancing to the NCAA Division III championships for the first time in the program's 25-year history. Scranton ended the season with a 9-8 record under first-year head coach Jim Rogalski. Seniors Colin McPoyle and Mike Rufo and juniors Tim Cleary and Taylor Nelson will serve as team captains for the 2012 season. McPoyle and Cleary were mainstays on a defensive unit that held nine opponents under 10 goals last season. In three seasons, McPoyle has appeared in 46 games and has 44 ground balls and 25 caused turnovers. Cleary, a 2011 first-team all-Landmark Conference selection, has 54 ground balls and 29 caused turnovers in 30 career games. Nelson and Rufo both earned second-team all-Landmark Conference honors last season to help Scranton to its first Landmark Conference title. Nelson led the Royals in goals (31) and total points (43) while Rufo was second in goals scored (25) and third overall in total points (29). In addition, Rufo enters his final campaign needing 18 goals to move into the top 15 all-time in Scranton history. The Royals will certainly have plenty of hurdles to clear in their attempt to repeat as Landmark Conference champions. Scranton faces a challenging 15game schedule that includes 11 teams that posted winning records last season. Of those 11, eight won at least 10 games—St. John Fisher (12-4), FDU-Florham (11-7), Marywood (11-7), Nazareth (11-7), and Farmingdale State (10-5), along with Landmark Conference rivals Goucher (11-6), Catholic University (116), and Susquehanna (11-6). The other three teams with winning records are Lycoming (9-8), Franklin & Marshall (8-6), and Drew (8-6).

The Roylas are picked to finish second in the Landmark Conference during the 2012 season, according to a preseason poll of the league’s head coaches and sports information directors. The defending champion Royals racked up 53 points, eight behind 2010 champion Goucher College, while Catholic University is picked to finish third with 47 points, followed by Susquehanna University (41), Drew University, the Merchant Marine Academy (19), and newlyaffiliated member Washington & Jefferson (14). The conference has enjoyed parity throughout its first four seasons, with a different champion emerging every year. Drew won the inaugural title in 2008, followed by the Merchant Marine Academy in 2009, Goucher in 2010, and Scranton in 2011. Junior attacker Kyle Frank will return to the lineup after a two-year absence. He burst onto the scene in 2008, earning the Landmark Conference Rookie of the Year award and second-team all-conference honors after leading the Royals in goals (36) and total points (56). His 56 total points were the most by a Scranton player since Joe Empirio accounted for 82 (44 goals, 38 assists) in 1999. In 2009, Frank had 22 goals and seven assists for 29 total points as the Royals went 9-7 and advanced to the championship game of the Landmark tournament. He enters the upcoming 2012 season 15 total points shy of becoming one of 19 players in Scranton history to record 100 in a career. The Royals are 13-10 in Landmark Conference play since the league starting competing in 2008. Scranton has also qualified for the conference's postseason tournament three times (2008, 2009, 2011). Overall, Scranton is 36-29 (.554) during this span.

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Scranton Combined Team Statistics All games (Final Statistics) RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

* * * * * % $ ^

2-26-11 3-1-11 3-5-11 3-9-11 3-16-11 3-19-11 3-26-11 3-30-11 4-2-11 4-5-11 4-9-11 4-16-11 4-23-11 4-30-11 5-4-11 5-7-11 5-11-11

Opponent DESALES FARMINGDALE ST. MUHLENBERG at #17 Nazareth HARTWICK at Marywood University at #2 Stevenson at Franklin & Marshall at USMMA ST. JOHN FISHER at Drew University SUSQUEHANNA GOUCHER at Catholic University CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY at Goucher at #12 Gettysburg

OVERALL 9-8 3-2 6-6

W W L L W W L L W Lot L L Wot W W W L

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

Att. 250 57 175 100 125 210 254 307 110 75 139 150 150 315 250 469 350

*Landmark Conference Games %LANDMARK CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (SCRANTON, Pa.) $Landmark Conference Championship (Towson, Md.) ^NCAA 1st-Round Game (Gettsyburg, Pa.) TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES Goals-Opportunities Conversion Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Man-up Man-down Unassisted Overtime Goals scored average GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS FACEOFFS (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct. CLEARS Clear Pct. PENALTIES Number Minutes ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

SCRMLX11

OPP

162-629 9.53 .258 374-629 .595 37.0 76

168-553 9.88 .304 355-553 .642 32.5 101

24-80 .300

22-69 .319

162 24 0 86 1 9.50 630 359 154 243-394 .617 257-321 .801

168 22 4 67 1 9.85 581 338 186 151-394 .383 295-401 .736

75 52:00 1232 8/154 0/0

HOME 5-3 1-1 4-2 ## 1 26 16 7 9 14 32 4 6 40 23 22 12 8 10 11 33 21 24 5 29 15 34 3 30 42 31 25 18 17 2 44 41 39 38 36 35 28 27 20 13 0

## 15 0 13

PLAYER

Taylor Nelson Daniel Slade Mike Rufo Sean Coleman Keenan Dowd Dillon McInerney Robert Pantages JP Barton John Gregitis Gus Sturm Sean Milde Kevin Brier Collin Kaval Thomas Alati Matt Glenn Patrick Cefalu Tim Cleary Matt Dachowski Oliver Nugent Matt Deliberti Brendan Gray Ben Worthington Ryan Saraceni Olaf Gilliam Christian Dugan Matt Tibbits Trevor Internoscia Dave Lafaman John McShea John Schiliro Brendan Synan Luke Martin Fran Smith Dan Frankel Wes Meehan Jake Hutchins Matthew Colon Colin McPoyle Matt Mitchell Stephen Bruestle Adam Gershowitz Jeremy Dowiak Total Opponents Goalie

Ben Worthington Jeremy Dowiak Adam Gershowitz Total Opponents

AWAY 4-5 2-1 2-4

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

GP G A Pts Sh Up Dn GB 17 31 12 43 101 1 0 39 17 24 7 31 57 0 0 33 16 25 4 29 77 7 0 11 17 11 18 29 40 1 0 38 17 7 12 19 41 1 0 25 16 15 2 17 54 1 0 12 14 16 0 16 45 2 0 10 16 8 6 14 30 4 0 6 17 6 6 12 65 0 0 23 12 7 0 7 13 5 0 3 17 2 1 3 8 0 0 32 5 2 0 2 9 0 0 2 10 2 0 2 7 0 0 5 6 2 0 2 4 2 0 1 16 1 1 2 23 0 0 5 17 1 1 2 14 0 0 142 15 1 1 2 11 0 0 36 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 10 0 1 1 6 0 0 2 17 0 1 1 4 0 0 24 9 0 1 1 1 0 0 4 15 0 1 1 1 0 0 16 17 0 1 1 0 0 0 16 10 0 0 0 8 0 0 4 14 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 1 0 0 13 17 0 0 0 1 0 0 22 12 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 14 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 17 162 76 238 629 24 0 630 17 168 101 269 553 22 4 581

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 231-369 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12-25 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 243-394 151-394

GP 14 15 2 17 17

Min. 472:49 537:42 12:33 1023:04 1023:04

Faceoff

GA

GAAvg

Save

Pct

W-L-T

66 99 3 168 162

8.38 11.05 14.34 9.85 9.50

92 94 1 187 212

.582 .487 .250 .527 .567

5-3-0 4-5-0 0-0-0 9-8-0 8-9-0

Goals by Period Scranton Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

40 37

42 47

38 40

41 43

1 1

Saves by Period Scranton Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

85 58:00

44 61

45 52

51 52

47 45

0 2

2254 9/250

Shots by Period Scranton Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

171 162 149 144 132 144 137 139

3 1

Shots on Goal Scranton

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

101

94

90

86

3

Total 162 168 Total 187 212 Total 629 553 Total 374

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse #1 Taylor Nelson Attack, Junior Chester Springs, Pa. Downingtown East Major: Health Administration Bio: Two-year letterman...has played in 30 out of a possible 32 games over the past two seasons...fulfilled his tremendous potential last spring, scoring a team-leading 31 goals after tallying seven the previous year...has 38 goals and 14 assists for 52 total points in 30 career games...will once again be a significant part of the Royal offense this year. Sophomore Year (2011): Started all 17 games... led Royals in goals (31), total points (43), and shot attempts (101), and tied for the team-lead in game-winning goals (2)...earned second-team allLandmark Conference honors in a vote conducted among the league's head coaches...accounted for at least one point in 16 games and scored at least one goal in 14 games...had 10 multi-goal games, including a career-high four goals in a 15-11 victory over Hartwick College on March 16 at Fitzpatrick Field and in a 12-10 must-win situtation in a 12-10 victory over Catholic University on May 4...was credited with the game-winning goal in victories over Farmingdale State on March 1 at Fitzpatrick Field and against Hartwick...scored three goals and added an assist in the Royals' 12-9 victory over Catholic University in the semifinals of the Landmark Conference tournament on May 4 at Fitzpatrick Field...scored two goals and assisted on two others in Scranton's 12-8 victory over Goucher College in the championship game of the Landmark Conference tournament on May 7 in Towson, Maryland... finished second on the team in ground balls with 39, including a career-high of six against Hartwick...finished tied for fifth in game-winning goals per game (0.12), eighth in both goals (1.82) and shots (5.94) per game, and tenth in points per game (2.53) in the final Landmark Conference statistical rankings. Freshman Year (2010): Saw action in 13 games and started 10 times...had seven goals and two assists for nine total points...scored a season-high two goalsboth coming on man-up situations-in a 16-3 victory over Moravian College on April 21 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania...in his first game, scored an unassisted goal with 1:47 remaining in the fourth period in a 12-5 upset of then 12th-ranked Ithaca College on March 2 at Fitzpatrick Field...recorded both of his assists in a 16-4 loss to then 18th-ranked Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, Virginia, on March 17...eighteen of his

34 shot attempts were on goal...also scooped up 10 ground balls. High School: Member of a 2007 state and four Suburban League championship teams under head coach Tom Slate...was team captain his senior year...tallied 70 points (48 goals, 22 assists)...also excelled in football, earning an all-conference honors as an outside linebacker his junior and senior years... served as a team captain his senior year, helping to lead the Cougars to a conference championship. Awards & Honors Landmark Conf. 2nd-Team Selection (2011) Landmark Academic Honor Roll Selection (2011) Scranton Athlete of the Week (March 20, 2011) #2 Brendan Synan Defense, Junior Mahopac, NY/Mahopac Major: Exercise Science Bio: Two-year letterman...has played in 27 out of a possible 32 games over the past two seasons...has caused six turnovers and scooped up 13 ground balls in his career. Sophomore Year (2011): Appeared in 14 games and started once, vs. Susquehanna at home on April 16...recorded a caused turnover in a 21-7 loss to then 2nd-ranked Stevenson University in Owings Mills, Maryland, on March 26, in a 12-8 loss at Franklin & Marshall on March 30, and in a 9-5 loss to Susquehanna on April 16 at Fitzpatrick Field...came up with six ground balls, including two each against Franklin & Marshall and in a 10-9 loss to Drew University in Madison, New Jersey, on April 9. Freshman Year (2010): Appeared in 13 games and started twice (vs. Lynchburg on March 17 and Penn St-Abington on April 24)...member of a defensive unit that held 11 opponents under 10 goals...caused two turnovers in a 9-5 loss to Babson College on March 20 at Fitzpatrick Field...scooped up five ground balls. High School: Served as team captain and was a member of two sectional semifinal teams under head coach Dave Haddeland...played club lacrosse with the Hudson Valley Empire team that earned a bronze medal in the 2008 Empire State Games...was selected to participate in the Section 1 Senior All-Star game. Awards & Honors Landmark Academic Honor Roll Selection (2010)

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse #3 Kyle Frank Attack, Junior Glen Arm, Md./Boys' Latin Major: Psychology Bio: Two-year letterman... returns to the program after a two-year absence...prolific scoring threat who enters his junior year 20th in goals scored (58) and 23rd in total points (85) in Royals' history... adds another dimension to an offense that returns five of its top six scorers from the 2011 season...has appeared in 30 games in his career and has accounted for at least one point in 27 of them. Sophomore Year (2009): Appeared in 14 games and finished third on the team in goals (22), total points (29), and shot attempts (75)...scored a season-high four goals in a 19-4 win over Immaculata on February 24 at Fitzpatrick Field and had three apiece in wins over Cazenovia and Goucher on March 14 and April 4 at home, respectively, and in losses on the road at Rochester Inst. of Technology (RIT) on March 11 and the Merchant Marine Academy on March 28... accounted for at least one point in 11 of 14 games... scored one game-winning goal (vs. Immaculata) and three man-up goals. Freshman Year (2008): Saw action in all 16 games... led the Royals in goals (36) and total points (56)...was voted the Landmark Conference Rookie of the Year and second-team all-conference selection in a ballot conducted among the league's head coaches... finished second in points per game (3.5), fourth in goals per game (2.25), and eight in assists per game (1.25) in the final Landmark Conference statistical rankings...scored a career-high six goals and had two assists to finish with eight total points in the Royals' 18-3 victory over Elmira College on March 9 at Fitzpatrick Field...had nine other multi-goal games, including a 5-goal effort in a 13-9 win over Centenary College in Hackettstown, New Jersey, on April 2... scored the game-winning goal and had two assists in an 8-6 win over Catholic University on April 19 at Fitzpatrick Field...accounted for at least one point in 15 of 16 games...scored two game-winning goals (Elmira, Catholic) and recorded six man-up goals. Awards & Honors Landmark Conference Rookie of the Year (2008) Landmark Conference 2nd-Team Selection (2008)

#4 Matt Tibbitts Midfield, Sophomore West Hartford, Conn./Conard Major: Exploratory Freshman Year (2011): Saw action in two games, in a 10-3 victory against DeSales on February 26 and in a 21-7 loss to Stevenson on March 26. High School: Lettered twice in lacrosse and also played football, soccer, and competed in track and field…had two productive seasons on the offensive end in lacrosse, finishing with 20 goals and 20 assists his junior year as Conard posted an 11-8 record… scored 14 goals and had 10 assists in five games before a knee injury kept him out of the lineup the rest of his senior year…Conard went 13-6 and advanced to the semifinals of the state tournament in 2010… earned academic honors all four years…son of Jeff and Kate Tibbitts…his mother played tennis, basketball and softball at The College of Holy Cross and his father is a graduate of Muhlenberg College…has two siblings: Maggie and Caroline. #5 Matt Glenn Midfield, Senior Jamison, Pa./ Central Bucks East Major: Marketing Bio: Two-year letterman... has appeared in 23 career games...has two goals, an assist, three total points, and seven ground balls in his career. Sophomore Year (2011): Saw action in 16 games... scored an unassisted goal in the second period in a 9-5 loss to Susquehanna on April 16...had an assist on Daniel Slade's goal to give the Royals a 1-0 lead in an 8-3 loss to then 12th-ranked Gettysburg in the opening round of the NCAA tournament on May 11. Freshman Year (2009): Appeared in seven games... scored the first goal of his career in the first period in a 19-4 victory over Immaculata College on February 24...also finished with two ground balls-one each in a 17-3 victory over Susquehanna and a 14-8 victory over Marywood. High School: Earned all-Suburban One Conference honors his senior year after scoring 16 goals, assisting on eight others, and coming up with 23 ground balls...member of four Suburban One Conference champion teams.

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse #6 John Gregitis Midfield, Sophomore Wayne, Pa./ St. Joseph's Preparatory Major: Computer Information Systems Freshman Year (2011): One of 10 players on the roster to see action in all 17 games...finished the season with six goals and six assists for 12 total points, 23 ground balls, and six caused turnovers... scored a season-high two goals in a 9-8 loss in overtime to St. John Fisher on April 5 at Fitzpatrick Field; scored both of his goals against St. John Fisher late in the third period to help the Royals erase an 8-5 deficit...played a key role in the Royals' 12-9 victory over Catholic University in the semifinals of the Landmark Conference tournament at Fitzpatrick Field, finishing with a goal and three assists; in that match, set up Taylor Nelson's goal with 4:50 left in the fourth period to give the Royals' a three-goal cushion after the Cardinals narrowed the gap to two three minutes earlier...scored the first goal of his career in a 15-9 loss to Nazareth College in Rochester, New York, on March 9, and recorded the first point of his career with an assist in the Royals' 10-3 victory over DeSales on February 26 at Fitzpatrick Field...scored the gamewinning goal in a must-win situation for the Royals in a 12-10 win over Catholic University in the Landmark Conference regular-season finale for both teams on April 30 in Washington, DC...finished tied for fourth on the team in assists with six...scooped up at least one ground ball in 12 of 17 games and had seven multiground ball games. High School: Lettered in lacrosse, football, golf and soccer in high school...finished his lacrosse career with 27 goals, including 19 his senior year...secondteam all-Philadelphia Catholic League selection... was twice named to the Honor Roll...son of John and Rose Mary Gregitis...has three siblings: Kelly, Megan and Taylor.

Sophomore Year (2011): Saw action in 15 of 17 games...one of seven players on the team to scoop up at least 30 ground balls...played a key role on a Royal defensive unit that held nine opponents under 10 goals...caused a season-high five turnovers in the Royals' 12-6 win over Farmingdale State on March 1 at Fitzpatrick Field...also came up with a season-high nine ground balls against Farmingdale St...scored the first goal of his career, unassisted, with 5:32 left in the third period to give the Royals a 9-6 lead en route to a 12-9 victory over Catholic University in the semifinals of the Landmark Conference tournament at Fitzpatrick Field on May 4...had an assist on one of Robert Pantages's four goals in Scranton's season-opening 10-3 victory over DeSales University on February 26 at Fitzpatrick Field...scooped up at least one ground ball in 11 games. Freshman Year (2010): Appeared in all 15 games and started 13 times...recorded 18 ground balls... member of a defensive unit that held 12 of 15 opponents under 10 goals. Awards & Honors Landmark Conference 1st-Team Selection (2011) Landmark Academic Honor Roll Selection (2010, 2011) #8 Jake Hutchins Midfield, Sophomore Ridgewood, NJ/Ridgewood Major: Business Administration Freshman Year (2011): Saw action in two games, appearing in a 10-3 victory over DeSales on February 26 and in a 21-7 loss to Stevenson on March 26. High School: Earned three letters in lacrosse... member of two Group III state (2008, 2009) and one Bergen County championship team (2008)...son of Michael and Teresa Hutchins...has three siblings: Emily, Sydney and Phoebe.

#7 Tim Cleary Defense, Junior Shrewsbury, NJ/ Christian Brothers Academy Major: Health Administration Bio: Two-year letterman who has played 30 of 32 games during this span...has 54 ground balls and 29 caused turnovers... mainstay on a Royal defensive unit that has held 21 of 32 opponents over the past season under 10 goals...has a goal and an assist on the offensive end.

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse #12 Colin Cable Goal, Sophomore Ridgewood, NJ/Ridgewood Major: Exploratory Bio: Returns to the program after a two-year absence Freshman Year (2009): Saw action in seven games in goal and played 110 minutes...finished with a 6.52 goals against average and a save percentage of .657... made 23 saves, including a career-high eight in 30 mintues of action in a 15-10 loss at home to RIT on March 11...also had four saves in 30 minutes of action in a 10-9 loss to the Merchant Marine Academy on March 28. #13 John McShea Defense, Senior Strafford, Pa./ St. Joseph's Preparatory Major: History Bio: Three-year letterman...has appeared in 25 career games. Junior Year (2011): Saw action in all 17 games...finished with a career-high 22 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers...scooped up a season-high four ground balls in a must-win 12-10 victory over Catholic on April 30...four days later, came up with two ground balls and caused three turnovers in a 12-9 win over Catholic in the semifinals of the Landmark tournament on May 4 ...had two ground balls and caused a turnover in the an 8-3 loss to Gettysburg in the NCAA tournament...caused three turnovers in a 10-3 victory over DeSales on February 26...played a key role on defensive unit that held nine opponents under 10 goals. Sophomore Year (2010): Played in two games-in a 16-3 win over Moravian on April 21 and in an 18-1 victory over Penn State-Abington on April 24. Freshman Year (2009): Saw action in six games... scooped up a ground ball in a win over Immaculata on February 24...picked up valuable experience by seeing action in games against Salisbury on February 15, Cazenovia on March 14, Moravian on April 15, Drew on April 25, and Goucher in the semifinals of the Landmark tournament on April 29. High School: Member of four Philadelphia Catholic League runner-up teams at St. Joseph's Preparatory and was a member of a Western New England Division II championship team at the Berkshire School...

while at St. Joseph's Preparatory, earned all-Philadelphia Catholic League honors as a senior and was the recipient of the Jim Regan Award, which is presented annually to the senior who demonstrates leadership and outstanding play. Awards & Honors Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll (2010) #15 Ben Worthington Goal, Junior Jenkintown, Pa./ Archbishop Wood Major: Marketing Bio: Two-year letterman... has played in goal in 23 of 32 career games...Royals' all-time leader in goals against average (7.23) and is second in save pct. (.606), sixth in saves per game (7.14), and seventh in saves (157). Sophomore Year (2011): Appeared in 14 games and started four times...posted a goals against average of 8.38, with 92 saves and a save percentage of .582...made a career-high 17 saves in a 12-8 victory over Goucher in the championship game of the Landmark tournament on May 7...made 14 saves in an 8-3 loss to Gettysburg in the NCAA tournament... made five-or-more saves in 10 games...posted a 5-3 win-loss record...finished fourth in goals against average and save percentage and sixth in saves per game in the Landmark Conference. Freshman Year (2010): Appeared in eight games and started the final seven games of the season... posted a win-loss record of 4-3, with a goals against average of 5.79 and a save percentage of .644... made at least 10 saves four times, including a season-high 13 in an 8-7 victory over Marywood on April 14...in his first start, stopped 11 shots in a 7-5 victory over Susquehanna on April 2...also had 10 saves apiece in a 4-3 loss to Goucher on April 17 and in a 7-3 loss to Catholic University on May 1...led the Landmark Conference in goals against average, was fourth in save percentage (.644), and eighth in saves per game (8.12). High School: Named first-team all-Catholic and Bucks County honors three times in football...member of football team that advanced to the championship game of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) Class AAA state tournament...played club lacrosse with the Dukes, LB3 and Archies...his high school lacrosse coach was Don Mangin.

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse #16 Mike Rufo Midfield, Senior Broomall, Pa./Haverford School Major: Business Administration Bio: Three-year letterman...one of the Royals' most consistent scoring over the past three years...in 47 career games, has 53 goals and 17 assists for 70 total points..28 points shy of moving into the top 15 all-time in scoring in Scranton history. Junior Year (2011): Started 16 games...finished second on the team in goals (25) and shot attempts (77) and tied for third in total points (29)...earned second-team all-Landmark Conference honors for the second straight year...led Royals in man-up goals with seven...accounted for at least one point in 14 games and had nine multi-point games...scored at least one goal in 11 games and had nine multi-goal games, including a career-high tying five-goal effort in a 17-13 win over the Merchant Marine Academy... scored perhaps the biggest goal of the year with 2:20 remaining in overtime as the Royals upset defending Landmark Conference champion Goucher College, 9-8, in a must-win situation on Saturday, April 23; sent that game into overtime with a goal with 2:23 remaining in the fourth period as Scranton overcame a three-goal fourth-period deficit to keep its conference tournament hopes alive...scored three goals apiece in back-to-back wins over Catholic University within a span of five days; in the 12-10 win over the Cardinals in the regular-season finale on Saturday, April 30, which clinched the number two seed for Scranton; and in a 12-9 win on May 4 in the semifinals...had a goal, a ground ball, and caused a turnover in a 12-8 win over Goucher in the championship match on May 7...41 of his 77 shot attempts were on goal (53.2 percent). Sophomore Year (2010): Appeared in all 15 games and started 14 times...earned second-team all-Landmark Conference honors...led Royals in total points (24) and man-down goals (2) and tied for the teamlead in goals (18)...opened the season with a then career-high five goals in a 12-5 upset of then 12thranked Ithaca College on March 2; in that game, scored three times in the second half as the Royals broke away from a 5-4 halftime lead...tied his career high with five goals, including the game-winner, in an 8-7 victory over Marywood on April 14...thirty-nine of his 62 shot attempts were on goal...scored two goals in the final 12 minutes of the fourth period as the Royals shaved an 8-2 deficit down to 8-6 in an eventual 9-6 loss to Hartwick College on March 13...scored man-down goals against Ithaca and Marywood...

scooped up 13 ground balls. Freshman Year (2009): Saw action in all 16 games... one of five players to score at least 10 goals...finished with 10 goals and seven assists for 17 total points... scored two goals in a 20-10 victory over Cazenovia on March 14 and a pair in an 8-6 loss to the Merchant Marine Academy in the Landmark Conference championship game on May 2...also picked up 14 ground balls and caused four turnovers...accounted for at least one point in 10 games and had six multi-point games...had a season-high three assists in a 14-8 win over Marywood on April 21. High School: Scored 19 goals and had 25 assists to earn all-Main Line honors as a senior. Awards & Honors Landmark Conf. 2nd-Team Selection (2010, 2011) Landmark Player of the Week (March 7, 2010; Apr. 3, 2011) #18 Gus Sturm Attack, Sophomore Wayne, Pa./Conestoga Major: Marketing Freshman Year (2011): Saw action in 12 games and contributed seven goals...five of his seven goals were scored on man-up situations...scored a goal apiece against Nazareth, Hartwick, then second-ranked Stevenson, Merchant Marine Academy, Goucher, Catholic, and then 12th-ranked Gettysburg in the opening round of the NCAA tournament...nine of his 13 shot attempts were on goal. High School: Played three seasons on the junior varsity and one year on the varsity lacrosse program at Conestoga High School...was named the most valuable player of the junior varsity team in 2008 when he scored 35 goals and had 11 assists...poured in 50 goals for the junior varsity his freshman year and had 45 goals and 10 assists for them his junior year...as a member of the varsity program his senior year, finished with 15 goals and five assists for 20 total points...member of Conestoga's state championship team in 2010...Conestoga also won the Central League championship in 2009, captured two Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) District I titles (2009, 2010), and a state championship in 2010...academically, was named to the Honor Roll in both his junior and senior year...son of William and Florence Sturm...his father is a graduate of Marquette University and his mother is a graduate of Millersville University...has four siblings: Mike, Johanna, Charlie and Maire.

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse #22 Kevin Brier Attack, Junior Doylestown, Pa./ Central Bucks West Major: Accounting

High School: Finished with 9 goals and 10 assists on the 2009 team that won a county championship under head coach Joe Haemmerle...also lettered in basketball and football at St. Thomas More High School before enrolling at Bergan Catholic.

Bio: Two-year letterman...has four goals and an assists in 14 career games. Junior Year (2011): Played in five games...finished the season with two goals and two ground balls...capped off a 4-0 run with an unassisted goal in the first period in a 9-6 victory over Marywood on March 19...scored a goal off of a play set up by Daniel Slade in the second period to give Scranton a 6-2 lead en route to a 12-8 victory over defending champion Goucher College in the championship game of the Landmark Conference tournament on May 7 ...also saw action against DeSales on February 26, Stevenson on March 26, and Susquehanna on April 16. Sophomore Year (2010): Saw action in four games: at Hartwick on March 13, at Lynchburg on March 17, at Moravian on April 21, and against Penn State-Abington on April 24...scored the first goal of his career with 5:29 left in the fourth period in a 16-3 victory over Moravian and had a goal and an assist in a 16-1 win over Penn StateAbington. #24 Dillon McInerney Midfield, Junior Hawthorne, NJ/Bergen Catholic Major: Health Administration Bio: Two-year letterman...developed into a major scoring threat last season...has appeared in 25 games in his career...scored all 17 of his career points during the 2011 season...has also scooped up 25 ground balls in his career. Sophomore Year (2011): Appeared in 16 games and started 10 times...one of six players to score at least 10 goals and finished sixth on the team in scoring with 15 goals and two assists for 17 total points...scored a career-high three goals in a 9-6 win over Marywood on March 19 and in a 17-13 win over the Merchant Marine Academy on April 2 ...in the win over the Merchant Marine Academy, had two goals and two assists in the first half as the Royals jumpted out to an 11-5 lead...also tallied two goals apiece in a 10-3 win over DeSales on February 26 and in a 10-5 loss to Muhlenberg on March 5. Freshman Year (2010): Saw action in nine games and started three times...finished with 16 shot attempts and five ground balls...seven of his 16 shot attempts were on goal.

#26 Daniel Slade Attack, Senior Doylestown, Pa./ Central Bucks East Major: Biomathematics

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Bio: Three-year letterman...has 33 goals and 11 assists for 44 total points in 38 career games... coming off a career-best 24-goal,

Junior Year (2011): Started 16 of 17 games...finished second on the team in total points (31) and third in goals scored (24)...his top performance of the season was undoubtedly his career-high 5-goal, 1-assist effort in a 12-8 victory over defending champion Goucher College in the championship game of the Landmark Conference tournament on May 7; in that game, scored three goals during a late third period and early fourth period run as the Royals broke open a close game to take an 11-5 lead... accounted for at least one point in 15 games and had nine multi-point games...scored three goals, including the game-winner, in a 17-13 victory over the Merchant Marine Academy on April 2...scored at least one goal in 14 games and had six multi-goal games. Sophomore Year (2010): Saw action in 14 games...scored seven goals...had two goals and an assist in a 16-3 victory over Moravian on April 21...tied for the team-lead in manup goals with three...had a goal and an assist in an 8-7 victory over Marywood on April 14 and in an 18-1 victory over Penn State-Abington on April 24 ...one of nine players on the roster to score at least 10 total points (7 goals, 3 assists)... tallied man-up goals in a 12-8 loss to R.I.T.; in the win over PSU-Abington; and in a 7-3 loss to Catholic on May 1. Freshman Year (2009): Appeared in seven games and scored two goals and recorded an assist...scored the first goal of his career in 19-4 victory over Immaculata on February 24. High School: Scored 26 goals and had 17 assists as Central Bucks East posted a 13-4 record and captured its fourth straight Suburban One Conference championship in 2008...finished his career with 46 goals and 37 assists and was an all-Suburban One Conference selection twice (2007, 2008). Awards & Honors Landmark Academic Honor Roll Selection (2010, 2011)

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse #28 Colin McPoyle Midfield, Senior Doylestown, Pa./ Central Bucks South Major: Marketing Two-year letterman...has played in 30 career games...has two goals and three assists for five total points in his career...has also scooped up 28 ground balls and caused 11 turnovers in his career. Sophomore Year (2010): Appeared in all 15 games and contributed a goal and three assists for four total points... also finished with 16 ground balls and 11 caused turnovers...scored a goal with 7:38 remaining in the fourth period to forge a 6-6 tie in a 7-6 loss to the Merchant Marine Academy on April 9...set up Robert Pantages's goal with an assist with 3:43 remaining in the second period in a 12-5 upset of then 12th-ranked Ithaca College...also recorded an assist in a 12-8 loss to R.I.T. on March 10 and in a 9-5 defeat to Babson...caused three turnovers and scooped up two ground balls in a 15-13 win over Utica on March 6. Freshman Year (2009): Saw action in 15 games, including an appearance in a 10-9 victory over Goucher College in the semifinals of the Landmark Conference tournament on April 29...Scored one goal, picked up 12 ground balls, and caused two turnovers...his goal was the game-winner in an 11-4 win over Moravian on April 15. High School: Scored 46 goals and had 25 assists and 158 ground balls his senior year...earned all-league honors three times and was also named first-team by the Doylestown Intelligencer newspaper...was teammates with current Royal teammates Matt Glenn and Dan Slade on the Twist Black, a summer club team. #34 Ryan Saraceni Defense, Sophomore Lansdale, Pa./La Salle Major: Business Administration Freshman Year (2011): One of 10 players on the roster to appear in all 17 games...started the final 10 games of the season...played a key role on a defensive unit that held nine opponents under 10 goals...finished the season with 16 ground balls and was credited with 10 caused turnovers...recorded the first point of his career with an assist in a 15-11 victory over Hartwick on March 16...caused a season-high three turnovers in a 9-8 loss in overtime to St. John Fisher on April 5. High School: Lettered in football three times and lacrosse twice...member of a La Salle High School boys' lacrosse

program that went 42-7 in four years, including four Philadelphia Catholic League titles and two state championships (2007, 2008)...also a member of the football team that won three league championship and state title in 2010... earned first-team all-league, all-city, and all-state honors as a linebacker on the football team and was also an all-league performer in lacrosse...earned first honors academically all four years...son of Robert and Mimi Saraceni... his father is a graduate of Temple University and Widener University School of Law...has two siblings: Rob, who is currently the captain of the men's lacrosse team at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia, and Kirsten. #39 Dan Frankel Attack, Sophomore Kinnelon, NJ/Kinnelon Major: Marketing

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Freshman Year (2011): Saw action in two games, in a 10-3 win over DeSales on February 26 and in a 21-7 loss to Stevenson on March

High School: Lettered in lacrosse and cross-country...member of Kinnelon's state and Morris County championship team...son of Sheldon and Sabra Frankel...his mother is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University. #45 Olaf Gilliam Midfield, Junior Piermont, NY/Tappan Zee Major: Psychology Two-year letterman...has played in 13 career games...has attempted 11 shots and has scooped up five ground balls. Sophomore Year (2011): Played in 10 games...six of his eight shot attempts were on goal...finished with two shots on goal, a ground ball, and caused two turnovers in a 12-9 victory over Catholic University in the semifinals of the Landmark Conference tournament on May 4...saw action against Goucher in the championship game of the Landmark Conference tournament on May 7 and against Gettysburg in the NCAA tournament on May 11. Freshman Year (2010): Saw action in three games...recorded three shot attempts and a ground ball...all three of his shot attempts came in an 18-1 victory over Penn StateAbington on April 24. High School: Served as team captain and was an allleague selection in both lacrosse and ice hockey...scored 20 goals and had 18 assists his senior year...his high school lacrosse coach was Jim Ardizone.

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Royal Newcomers #9 Mike Deliberti Midfield, Sophomore Fairfield, Conn./ Fairfield Ludlowe Major: Marketing

#21 Anthony Lombardo Attack, Freshman Mendham, NJ/Mendham Major: Exploratory

#10 Matt Cunningham Midfield, Freshman Seacliff, NY/North Shore Major: Exploratory

#23 Michael Bernier Midfield, Freshman Wayne, Pa./ Malvern Preparatory Major: Business Administration

#11 Tim O'Rourke Midfield, Freshman West Chester, Pa. St. Joseph's Preparatory Major: Political Science

#27 Dan Crawford Defense, Freshman Churchville, Pa./ St. Joseph's Preparatory Major: Secondary Education/ English

#14 Pat Farrell Defense, Freshman Jamison, Pa./ St. Joseph's Preparatory Major: Exploratory

#29 Domenick Scali Midfield, Freshman Colts Neck, NJ/ Christian Brothers Academy Major: Exercise Science

#19 Colin Panayi Defense, Freshman Bedminster, NJ/Bernards Major: Exploratory

#30 Ryan Millard Defense, Freshman Long Valley, NJ/ West Morris Central Major: Business Administration

#20 Matt Finor Midfield, Freshman Mendham, NJ/Mendham Major: Biology

#31 Will Mahle Attack, Freshman Montgomery, NJ/Montgomery Major: Communication

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse #32 David Magrini Midfield, Freshman Montclair, NJ/Trinity Pawling Major: Exploratory

#42 Kurt Abitz Midfield, Freshman Merrick, NY/Calhoun Major: Exercise Science

#33 Chris Sumpter Goal, Freshman Crofton, Md./South River Major: Exploratory

#43 Nicholas Fabiano Attack, Freshman Mineola, NY/Mineola Major: Business Administration

#36 Dennis Jordan Midfield, Freshman Long Valley, NJ/ West Morris Central Major: Marketing

#44 Tyler Bliss Defense, Freshman Basking Ridge, NJ/Ridge Major: Economics

#38 Peter Meehan Defense, Freshman Rockville Centre, NY/ South Side Major: Marketing

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Game Records Total Points 1. 12 (8g, 4a) 2. 11 (4g, 7a) 2. 11 (7g, 4a) 2. 11 (6g, 5a) 5. 10 (5g, 5a) 5. 10 (8g, 2a) 7. 9 (5g, 4a) 7. 9 (4g, 5a) 7. 9 (8g, 1a) 7. 9 (3g, 6a) 7. 9 (5g, 4a) 7. 9 (8g, 1a) 7. 9 (1g, 8a) Goals 1. 8 1. 8 1. 8 1. 8 5. 7 5. 7 5. 7 8. 6 8. 6 8. 6 8. 6 8. 6 8. 6 8. 6 8. 6 8. 6 8. 6 8. 6

Dan Stallone vs. Messiah, Mar. 29, 2006 Greg O'Neill vs. Lycoming, Mar. 26, 1997 Steve Michel vs. Dowling, Mar. 20, 1989 Mike Keryc vs. FDU-Madison, Apr. 6, 1996) Steve Michel vs. Widener, Apr. 19, 1990 Greg O'Neill vs. Stevens Tech, Mar. 22, 1997 Mike Lausten vs. Widener, Apr. 14, 1990 Todd Cuccia vs. Moravian, Apr. 17, 2004 Steve Michel vs. West Chester, 1992 Joe Empirio vs. King's, Mar. 31, 1999 Mike Lausten vs. Dickinson, Apr. 15, 1990 Mike Keryc vs. Stevens Tech, Mar. 25, 1996 Mike Keryc vs. Merchant Marine, Apr. 3, 1996

Greg O'Neill vs. Stevens Tech, Mar. 22, 1997 Dan Stallone vs. Messiah, Mar. 29, 2006 Steve Michel vs. West Chester, 1992 Mike Keryc vs. Stevens Tech, Mar. 28, 1996 Steve Michel vs. Dowling, Mar. 20, 1989 Mike Lloyd vs. St. Mary's, 1994 Mike Keryc vs. FDU-Madison, Apr. 5, 1995 Kyle Frank vs. Elmira, Mar. 9, 2008 Nick Youngstrom vs. Cazenovia, Mar. 14, 2009 Jim O'Hora vs. Mary Washington, 1990 Eric Beck vs. Cabrini, Apr. 26, 1995 Kyle Harbin vs. Drew, Apr. 23, 2002 Greg O'Neill vs. Maritime, Mar. 31, 1998 Mike Keryc vs. FDU-Madison, Apr. 6, 1996 Eric Beck vs. Dickinson, Apr. 27, 1996 Jim O'Hora vs. Mary Washington, 1991 Ron Caputo vs. Drew, Apr. 6, 1991 Charlie Venus vs. FDU-Madison, 1990

Dan Stallone set a Royal single game record with 12 total points against Messiah on March 29, 2006

Assists 1. 8 2. 7 2. 7 2. 7 5. 6 5. 6 5. 6

Mike Keryc vs. Merchant Marine, Apr. 3, 1996 Thomas Kornobis vs. Centenary, Mar. 21, 2007 Ron Caputo vs. Widener, Apr. 14, 1990 Ron Caputo vs. Swarthmore, 1991 Joe Empirio vs. King's, Mar. 31, 1999 Steve Michel vs. Drew, Apr. 6, 1991 Steve Michel vs. Haverford, 1990

Saves 1. 38 2. 29 3. 27 3. 27 5. 26 6. 25 7. 24 7. 24 7. 24 10. 23 11. 22 11. 22 13. 21 13. 21 13. 21 16. 20 16. 20 16. 20

Dan Farrell vs. Bucknell, 1994 Dan Dougherty vs. Cabrini, Mar. 8, 2000 Mark Lausten vs. Bucknell, Apr. 19, 1989 Mark Lausten vs. Haverford, Mar. 25, 1987 Ryan Monahan vs. Montclair St., Apr. 17, 1991 Mark Lausten vs. Gettysburg, Mar. 28, 1987 Dan Farrell vs. Trinity, Mar. 25, 1995 Dan Farrell vs. Montclair St., Mar. 28, 1995 Mark Lausten vs. Western Maryland, Mar. 28, 1987 Thomas Kenyon vs. Plattsburgh St., Mar. 22, 2003 Thomas Kenyon vs. Widener, Apr. 30, 2003 Thomas Kenyon vs. Franklin & Marshall, May 6, 2002 Brian Dougherty vs. St. Lawrence, Mar. 11, 2000 Thomas Davis vs. Elizabethtown, Apr. 26, 2006 Thomas Kenyon vs. Hartwick, Mar. 12, 2002 Thomas Davis vs. Widener, Mar. 20, 2004 Thomas Kenyon vs. Elmira, Apr. 20, 2005 Derek Dengler vs. FDU-Madison, Apr. 15, 1997

Editor's Note: Statistics from some games played during the following seasons are missing and are still being researched: 1987 (9 games), 1988 (13 games), 1989 (9 games), 1996 (2 games), 1997 (9 games), 1998 (5 games)

Dan Farrell holds the Scranton single game record with 38 saves in goal against Bucknell in 1994

Steve Michel is one of four players to score eight goals in a game. He accomplished it against West Chester in 1992.

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Career Records Total Points 1. 218 Steve Michael (110g, 108a) 2. 155 Jim O'Hora (114g, 41a) 3. 152 Eric Beck (107g, 45a) 4. 148 Joe Empirio (72g, 76a) 5. 141 Mike Lloyd (97g, 44a) 6. 129 Mike Keryc (79g, 50a) 7. 124 Dan Stallone (96g, 28a) 7. 124 Bart Farrell (86g, 38a) 7. 124 Ron Caputo (70g, 54a) 10. 121 Tim Miller (75g, 46a) 11. 117 Dennis Mahon (61g, 56a) 12. 13. 14. 15.

114 111 110 108

1989-1992 1989-1992 1993-1996 1997-1999 1994-1997 1994-1996 2004-2007 1998-2001 1989-1991 2000-2003 2001-2002 2004 Thomas Kornobis (36g, 78a) 2006-2009 Pat Kane (76g, 35a) 1995-1998 Todd Cuccia (73g, 37a) 2003-2006 Greg O'Neill (75g, 33a) 1997-1998

Goals 1. 114 2. 110 3. 107 4. 97 5. 96 6. 86 7. 80 8. 79 9. 76 10. 75 10. 75 12. 73 12. 73

Jim O'Hora Steve Michel Eric Beck Mike Lloyd Dan Stallone Bart Farrell Brian Kober Mike Keryc Pat Kane Greg O'Neill Tim Miller Todd Cuccia Charles Venus

14. 72 14. 72

Nick Youngstrom Joe Empirio

Assists 1. 108 2. 78 3. 76 4. 61 5. 56

Steve Michel Thomas Kornobis Joe Empirio Mike Kokoszka Dennis Mahon

6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 11. 11. 13. 14. 14.

Ron Caputo Keenan Dowd Mike Keryc Tim Miller Eric Beck Mike Lausten Mike Lloyd Jim O'Hora Ross Darrow Bart Farrell

54 50 50 46 45 44 44 41 38 38

1989-1992 1989-1992 1993-1996 1994-1997 2004-2007 1998-2001 1990-1993 1994-1996 1995-1998 1997-1998 2000-2003 2003-2006 1987 1989-1990 2007-2009 1997-1999 1989-1992 2006-2009 1997-1999 1993-1996 2001-2002 2004 1989-1991 2008-2011 1994-1996 2000-2003 1993-1996 1989-1990 1994-1997 1989-1992 1991-1994 1998-2001

Ground Balls 1. 443 Patrick Cefalu 2. 246 Kyle Eaton 3. 203 Dennis Mahon 4.

194

Thomas Kenyon

5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12 13. 14. 15.

158 145 126 126 119 117 115 113 109 107 99

Matthew Huber Joe Flynn William Ayers George Montana Stephen Bruestle Rob Loderstedt Dan Stallone Andrew Eastwood Joseph Stofega Thomas Davis Sean Milde

Face-Off Pct. (Min. 200 Faceoffs) 1. .629 Patrick Cefalu (741-1178) 2. .525 Joe Flynn (158-301) 3. .514 Joseph Stofega (183-356) 4. .445 Matthew Huber (171-384) 5. .413 William Ayers (85-206) 6. .381 Matthew Cesare (90-236) Saves 1. 634

Thomas Kenyon

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

Thomas Davis Jeremy Dowiak Bryan Dougherty Dan Farrell Tim Riordan Ben Worthington Joe Garofalo Ryan Monaan Vinny Penn Matt Orrino Dave Monahan Colin Gable Adam Gershowitz Matthew DiFede

503 446 354 350 178 157 134 81 42 29 29 23 21 18

Save Per Game (Min. 20 Games) 1. 12.96 Dan Farrell 2. 11.80 Bryan Dougherty 3. 11.74 Thomas Kenyon 4. 5. 6.

10.93 Thomas Davis 7.82 Jeremy Dowiak 7.14 Ben Worthington

2008-2011 2000-2003 2001-2002 2004 2001-2003 2005 2005-2008 2005-2007 2000-2003 2000-2003 2008-2011 2002-2004 2004-2007 2008-2010 2000-2003 2004-2007 2008-2011 2008-2011 2005-2007 2000-2003 2005-2008 2000-2003 2003-2005 2001-2003 2005 2004-2007 2008-2011 1999-2000 1993, 1995 1998 2010-2011 2000-2003 1993 1998 1998, 2000 2004-2006 2009 2008-2011 2008 1993, 1995 1999-2000 2001-2003 2005 2004-2007 2008-2011 2010-2011

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Save Percentage (Min. 100 Saves) 1. .615 Dan Farrell 2. .606 Ben Worthing 3. .558 Bryan Dougherty 4. .534 Thomas Kenyon 5. 6. 7. 8.

.530 .512 .505 .493

Tim Riordan Jeremy Dowiak Thomas Davis Joe Garofalo

1993, 1995 2010-2011 1999-2000 2001-2003 2005 1998 2008-2011 2004-2007 2000-2003

Goals Against Average (Min. 500 Minutes Played) 1. 7.23 Ben Worthington 2010-2011 2. 9.44 Dan Farrell 1993,1995 3. 9.51 Jeremy Dowiak 2008-2011 4. 10.38 Bryan Dougherty 1999-2000 5. 11.06 Thomas Kenyon 2001-2003 2005 6. 11.74 Thomas Davis 2004-2007 7. 12.33 Tim Riordan 1998 8. 12.53 Joe Garofalo 2000-2003

University of Scranton 2011 Landmark Conference Championship Team 1st Row (l-r): John Schiliro, Brendan Gray, Patrick Cefalu, Sean Coleman, Thomas Alati, Jeremy Dowiak Christian Dugan 2nd Row (l-r): Adam Gershowitz, JP Barton, Sean Milde, Robert Pantages, Stephen Bruestle, Matt Deliberti Keenan Dowd 3rd Row (l-r): Vol. Asst. Coach Doug Homan, Ryan Saraceni, Ben Worthington, Kevin Brier, Luke Martin Jake Hutchins, Dave Lafaman, Dillon McInerney, John Gregitis 4th Row (l-r): Assistant Coach Ed Williams, Mathew Colon, Daniel Slade, Matt Dachowski, Mike Rufo Matt Glenn, Wes Meehan, Fran Smith, Head Coach Jim Rogalski 5th Row (l-r): Matt Tibbitts, Collin Kaval, Gus Sturm, Tim Cleary, Oliver Nugent, Colin McPoyle Brendan Synan, Olaf Gilliam,John McShea

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Season Records Total Points 1. 82 (44g, 38a) 2. 81 (42g, 39a) 3. 72 (35g, 37a) 4. 67 (37g, 30a) 5. 62 (31g, 31a) 5. 62 (28g, 34a) 7. 61 (35g, 26a) 8. 60 (41g, 19a) 9. 58 (44g, 14a) 10. 56 (36g, 20a) 10. 56 (38g, 18a) 12. 53 (28g, 25a) 13. 51 (31g, 20a) 14. 50 (39g, 11a) 14. 50 (31g, 19a)

Joe Empirio Steve Michel Ron Caputo Mike Keryc Steve Michel Steve Michel Mike Lausten Mike Keryc Greg O'Neill Kyle Frank Eric Beck Dennis Mahon Cody Harris Eric Beck Greg O'Neill

1999 1990 1991 1996 1992 1991 1990 1995 1998 2008 1995 2002 1999 1996 1997

Goals 1. 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 9. 11. 11. 11. 14. 14. 14.

44 44 42 41 39 38 37 37 36 36 35 35 35 34 34 34

Joe Empirio Greg O'Neill Steve Michel Mike Keryc Eric Beck Eric Beck Mike Keryc Brian Kober Kyle Frank Jim O'Hora Mike Lausten Ron Caputo Charles Venus Robby Napp Bart Farrell Dan Stallone

1999 1998 1990 1995 1996 1995 1996 1993 2008 1991 1990 1991 1990 2009 1999 2006

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

39 38 37 34 33 31 30 29 27 26 25 22 21 20 20 20 20

Steve Michel Joe Empirio Ron Caputo Steve Michel Thomas Kornobis Steve Michel Mike Keryc Thomas Kornobis Dennis Mahon Mike Lausten Dennis Mahon Mike Kokoszka Ross Darrow Kyle Frank Cody Harris Joe Empirio Nick Youngstrom

1990 1999 1991 1991 2008 1992 1996 2007 2001 1990 2002 1995 1994 2008 1999 1998 2007

Ground Balls 1. 142 2. 120 3. 115 4. 113 5. 106 6. 96 7. 94 8. 91 9. 87 10. 74 11. 73 12. 67 13. 61 14. 59 15. 57 15. 57 15. 57

Patrick Cefalu Patrick Cefalu Dennis Mahon Joe Flynn Kyle Eaton Kyle Eaton Patrick Cefalu Brian Kober Patrick Cefalu Jeff Niederberger Thomas Kenyon Joseph Stofega Thomas Kenyon Bradley Baer Williams Ayers Mark Malczynski Tom Rooney

2011 2008 2002 2007 2003 2003 2010 1993 2009 1993 2002 2003 2003 2007 2003 2002 1993

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

Thomas Kenyon Bryan Dougherty Dan Farrell Thomas Kenyon Thomas Davis Thomas Kenyon Tim Riordan Thomas Davis Bryan Dougerty Dan Farrell Jeremy Dowiak Thomas Davis Jeremy Dowiak Joe Garofalo Jeremy Dowiak

2005 1999 1997 2003 2006 2002 1998 2004 2000 1993 2009 2007 2008 2001 2011

200 199 198 197 194 181 178 162 155 152 145 142 137 99 94

Saves Per Game (Min. 5 Games) 1. 16.50 Joe Garofalo 2. 14.14 Dan Farrell 3. 13.33 Thomas Kenyon 4. 13.13 Thomas Kenyon 5. 12.93 Thomas Davis 6. 11.92 Bryan Dougherty 7. 11.87 Tim Riordan 8. 11.71 Bryan Dougherty 9. 11.69 Dan Farrell 10. 11.57 Thomas Davis 11. 10.65 Thomas Kenyon 12. 9.06 Jeremy Dowiak 13. 8.88 Thomas Davis 14. 8.56 Jeremy Dowiak 15. 8.40 Vinny Penn

2001 1995 2005 2003 2006 2000 1998 1999 1993 2004 2002 2009 2007 2008 1998

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Save Percentage (Min. 50 Saves) 1. .650 Dan Farrell 2. .644 Ben Worthington 3. .593 Thomas Kenyon 4. .591 Dan Farrell 5. .582 Ben Worthington 5. .582 Bryan Dougherty 7. .574 Ryan Monohan 8. .548 Jeremy Dowiak 9. .542 Thomas Davis 10. .531 Bryan Dougherty 11. .530 Tim Riordan 12. .515 Thomas Kenyon 13. .514 Jeremy Dowiak 14. .508 Thomas Kenyon 15. .505 Joe Garofalo 15. .505 Thomas Kenyon

1993 2010 2003 1995 2011 1999 1993 2008 2006 2000 1998 2002 2009 2002 2001 2001

Goals Against Average (Min. 300 Minutes Played) 1. 5.79 Ben Worthington 2010 2. 8.18 Jeremy Dowiak 2008 3. 8.38 Ben Worthington 2011 4. 8.41 Bryan Dougherty 1999 5. 8.91 Dan Farrell 1993 6. 9.26 Thomas Davis 2007 6. 9.26 Jeremy Dowiak 2010 8. 9.59 Thomas Kenyon 2003 9. 9.71 Thomas Kenyon 2001 10. 9.79 Dan Farrell 1995 11. 10.00 Jeremy Dowiak 2009 12. 11.05 Jeremy Dowiak 2011 13. 11.29 Thomas Kenyon 2002 14. 11.56 Thomas Davis 2006 15. 12.33 Tim Riordan 1998

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Year-by-Year Statistical Leaders Total Points Year Name 1987 Charlie Venus 1988 Statistics missing 1989 Mike Lausten 1990 Steve Michel 1991 Ron Caputo 1992 Steve Michel 1993 Brian Kober 1994 Ross Darrow 1995 Mike Keryc 1996 Mike Keryc 1997 Greg O'Neill 1998 Greg O'Neill 1999 Joe Empirio 2000 Bart Farrell 2001 Dennis Mahon 2002 Dennis Mahon 2003 Rob Loderstedt Timothy Miller 2004 Todd Cuccia 2005 Todd Cuccia 2006 Dan Stallone 2007 Thomas Kornobis 2008 Kyle Frank 2009 Robby Napp 2010 Mike Rufo 2011 Taylor Nelson Goals Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name Bob Doetzer Statistics missing Mike Lausten Steve Michel Jim O'Hora Steve Michel Brian Kober Mike Lloyd Mike Keryc Eric Beck Greg O'Neill Greg O'Neill Joe Empirio Geoff Knox Bart Farrell Dennis Mahon Timothy Miller Todd Cuccia Dan Stallone Dan Stallone Dan Stallone Kyle Frank Robby Napp Mike Rufo Robert Pantages Taylor Nelson

TP 40 37 81 72 62 37 44 60 67 50 58 82 37 43 53 28 28 32 30 43 44 56 41 24 43 Total 24 19 42 36 31 37 27 41 39 31 44 44 26 29 28 20 20 22 32 34 36 34 18 18 31

Assists Year 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name Charlie Venus Statistics missing Mike Lausten Steve Michel Ron Caputo Steve Michel Noel Ciocon Ross Darrow Mike Kokoszka Mike Keryc Greg O'Neill Joe Empirio Joe Empirio Timothy Miller Dennis Mahon Dennis Mahon Rob Loderstedt Peter Doran Todd Cuccia Sean O'Connor Thomas Kornobis Thomas Kornobis Keenan Dowd Keenan Dowd Sean Coleman

Ground Balls Year Name 1987 Statistics missing 1988 Statistics missing 1989 Statistics missing 1990 Statistics missing 1991 Statistics missing 1992 Statistics missing 1993 Brian Kober 1994 Statistics missing 1995 Statistics missing 1996 Statistics missing 1997 Statistics missing 1998 Statistics missing 1999 Statistics missing 2000 Statistics missing 2001 Dennis Mahon 2002 Dennis Mahon 2003 Kyle Eaton 2004 Rob Loderstedt 2005 Thomas Kenyon 2006 Thomas Davis 2007 Joe Flynn 2008 Patrick Cefalu 2009 Patrick Cefalu 2010 Patrick Cefalu 2011 Patrick Cefalu Face-Off Pct. (Min. 100 attempts) 1987 Statistics missing 1988 Statistics missing 1989 Statistics missing 1990 Statistics missing 1991 Statistics missing 1992 Statistics missing

Asts 19 18 39 37 31 20 21 22 30 19 20 38 19 27 25 15 17 12 16 29 33 16 11 18 Total

91

49 115 96 44 52 39 113 120 87 94 142

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Kober Statistics missing Statistics missing Statistics missing Statistics missing Statistics missing Statistics missing Statistics missing William Ayers Joseph Stofega Joseph Stofega Russell Altman Matthew Huber Matthew Huber Joe Flynn Patrick Cefalu Patrick Cefalu Patrick Cefalu Patrick Cefalu

.352 (57-162)

.486 (52-107) .519 (154-297) .507 (139-274) .440 (44-100) .423 (69-163) .464 (90-194) .527 (156-296) .638 (201-315) .586 (157-268) .672 (152-226) .626 (231-369)

Game-Winning Goals (Since 2004) Year Name Total 2004 Edward Boate 1 Dan Stallone 1 Jonathan Sutter 1 2005 Dan Stallone 1 Sean O'Connor 1 2006 Dan Stallone 1 Todd Cuccia 1 Brendan Clifford 1 2007 Dan Stallone 3 2008 Stephen Bruestle 3 2009 Robby Napp 3 2010 Doug Homan 2 2011 Taylor Nelson 2 Daniel Slade 2 Robert Pantages 2 Man-Up Goals (Since 2004) Year Name 2004 Dennis Mahon 2005 Matthew Huber 2006 Dan Stallone 2007 Dan Stallone 2008 Kyle Frank 2009 Robby Napp 2010 Oliver Nugent Daniel Slade Taylor Nelson 2011 Mike Rufo Man-Down Goals (Since 2001) Year Name 2001 None 2002 Duffy Macken 2003 None 2004 None 2005 None 2006 Todd Cuccia 2007 None 2008 None 2009 Robby Napp 2010 Mike Rufo

Total 6 5 5 11 6 6 3 3 3 7 Total 3

2 2 2

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None

Goalie Saves Year Name 1987 Statistics missing 1988 Statistics missing 1989 Statistics missing 1990 Statistics missing 1991 Statistics missing 1992 Statistics missing 1993 Dan Farrell 1994 Statistics missing 1995 Dan Farrell 1996 Statistics missing 1997 Statistics missing 1998 Tim Riordan 1999 Bryan Dougherty 2000 Bryan Dougherty 2001 Joe Garofalo 2002 Thomas Kenyon 2003 Thomas Kenyon 2004 Thomas Davis 2005 Thomas Kenyon 2006 Thomas Davis 2007 Thomas Davis 2008 Jeremy Dowiak 2009 Jeremy Dowiak 2010 Jeremy Dowiak 2011 Jeremy Dowiak

Saves

152 198 158 199 155 99 181 197 186 200 194 142 137 145 70 94

Save Percentage (Min. 300 MP) Year Name Pct. 1987 Statistics missing 1988 Statistics missing 1989 Statistics missing 1990 Statistics missing 1991 Statistics missing 1992 Statistics missing 1993 Dan Farrell .650

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Statistics missing Dan Farrell Statistics missing Statistics missing Tim Riordan Bryan Dougherty Bryan Dougherty Thomas Kenyon Joe Garofalo Thomas Kenyon Thomas Kenyon Thomas Davis Thomas Kenyon Thomas Davis Thomas Davis Jeremy Dowiak Jeremy Dowiak Ben Worthington Ben Worthington

.629 .529 .582 .531 .505 .505 .508 .593 .466 .515 .542 .502 .548 .514 .644 .582

Goals Against Ave. (Min. 300 MP) Year Name GAA 1987 Statistics missing 1988 Statistics missing 1989 Statistics missing 1990 Statistics missing 1991 Statistics missing 1992 Statistics missing 1993 Dan Farrell 8.91 1994 Statistics missing 1995 Dan Farrell 8.36 1996 Statistics missing 1997 Statistics missing 1998 Tim Riordan 12.32 1999 Bryan Dougherty 8.29 2000 Bryan Dougherty 13.75 2001 Thomas Kenyon 9.71 2002 Thomas Kenyon 11.29 2003 Thomas Kenyon 9.59

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Thomas Davis Thomas Kenyon Thomas Davis Thomas Davis Jeremy Dowiak Jeremy Dowiak Ben Worthington Ben Worthington

Goalie Wins Year Name 1987 Statistics missing 1988 Statistics missing 1989 Statistics missing 1990 Statistics missing 1991 Statistics missing 1992 Statistics missing 1993 Dan Farrell 1994 Statistics missing 1995 Dan Farrell 1996 Statistics missing 1997 Statistics missing 1998 Statistics missing 1999 Bryan Dougherty 2000 Bryan Dougherty 2001 Statistics missing 2002 Statistics missing 2003 Statistics missing 2004 Thomas Davis 2005 Thomas Kenyon 2006 Thomas Davis 2007 Thomas Davis 2008 Jeremy Dowiak 2009 Jeremy Dowiak 2010 Ben Worthington 2011 Ben Worthington Jeremy Dowiak

14.98 12.73 11.56 9.26 8.18 10.00 5.79 8.38 Wins

5 9

11 3

3 2 3 7 11 9 4 4 4

Jeremy Dowiak (left, 2007-2011) led the Royals in saves four straight years and finished his career with 446, the third highest total in Scranton history. Todd Cuccia (right, 2003-2006) is currently the 14th all-time leading scorer in Scranton history with 110 career points.

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse All-Time Results

A19 2 BUCKNELL 11 L A22 2 GETTYSBURG 16 L @1987 (3-10) A25 3 at Kutztown 4 L Head Coach: Bill MacArthur A29 3 at FDU-Madison 14 L Date Royals OPP W/L M3 7 at Dickinson 8 L 3 Salisbury St. 19 L 5 Bucknell 9 L @Some dates and site venues are 1 Penn State 16 L missing 2 St. Mary’s-Md. 15 L 3 F&M 16 L @1990 (5-13) M25 12 Haverford 9 W Head Coach: John Fayocavitz M28 17 WESTERN MD. 23 L Date Royals OPP W/L A1 6 GETTYSBURG 14 L M14 10 at Bucknell 17 L 9 West Chester 17 L 11 Pfeiffer 12 L 3 Drew 10 L 8 Guilford 15 L A20 11 at Dickinson 8 W 5 Randolph-Macon 7 L 13 Widener 8 W M17 15 at Limestone 12 W 3 FDU-Madison 15 L 3 Franklin & Marshall 25 L 5 Oswego 13 L @Some dates and site venues are 16 Swarthmore 10 W missing 5 Western Maryland 24 L A1 10 WEST CHESTER 16 L @1988 (2-13) A7 13 at Drew 16 L Head Coach: Bill MacArthur A11 12 at Haverford 19 L Date Royals Opp W/L A14 16 Dickinson 10 W M13 at George Mason A18 20 at Widener 8 W M13 9 at Catholic Univ. 5 W A21 10 at Gettysburg 26 L M16 3 at St. Mary’s-Md. 17 L A25 17 KUTZTOWN 13 W M19 0 at Rand.-Macon 19 L 15 FDU-Madison 16(OT)L M23 5 WEST CHESTER 24 L 10 Drexel 18 L M26 F&M M30 3 at W. Maryland 26 L @Some dates and site venues are A1 at Army missing A6 HARTWICK A9 DREW @1991 (6-10) A13 9 at Haverford 17 L Head Coach: John Fayocavitz A16 15 DOWLING 9 W Date Royals OPP W/L A18 10 KUTZTOWN 15 L M20 15 West Chester 20 L A20 6 at Bucknell 20 L M24 14 vs. Fordham 9 W A23 8 at Gettysburg 20 L M26 4 Franklin & Marshall 13 L A26 7 DICKINSON 12 L 14 Swarthmore 15 L A30 10 FDU-MADISON 23 L M30 11 Western Maryland 17 L M4 16 East Stroudsburg 8 W 2 Washington & Lee 22 L 14 Mary Washington 8 W Editor’s note: The game against East A6 13 Drew 18 L Stroudsburg is believed to be an exhi11 Haverford 8 W bition. A13 11 Dickinson 2 W 11 Bucknell 19 L @Some dates and site venues are A17 12 Montclair St. 17 L missing A20 10 Gettysburg 20 L A29 19 Elmira 14 W @1989 (2-12) M4 5 DREXEL 17 L Head Coach: John Fayocavitz 1 FDU-Madison (fft) 0 W DateRoyals OPP W/L M20 27 Dowling 9 W @Some dates and site venues are 8 West Chester 19 L missing 1 Franklin & Marshall 17 L 5 Swarthmore 19 L @1992 (9-6) A2 9 WESTERN MD. 29 L Head Coach: John Fayocavitz A5 3 at Hartwick 12 L Date Royals OPP W/L A8 9 at Drew 10(OT)L A7 4 Bucknell 11 L A12 11 HAVERFORD 12 L A14 11 Upsala 6 W A15 14 WIDENER 4 W 5 vs. Lehigh 12 L

A24 M27 A29 A8 A11 A15 A22 A27

16 1 10 13 14 19 7 7 12 12 8 15 1

at Jacksonville 3 at F&M 14 #GENESEO 10 Western Maryland 11 at Haverford 9 DICKINSON 5 Montclair St. 26 Gettysburg 19 Elmira 7 Drew 11 Drexel 11 West Chester 6 FDU-Madison (fft) 0

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

#This game may have been an exhibition and not included in the final record @Some dates and site venues are missing 1993 (6-9/1-3 MAC West) Head Coach: John Fayocavitz Date Royals OPP M20 7 at Salisbury St. 22 M23 4 at F&M 10 A3 12 at Stockton St. 3 A7 15 at FDU-Madison 2 A10 14 at Dickinson 6 A14 5 at Drew 10 A17 19 ST. JOSEPH'S 1 A23 8 HAVERFORD 9 A24 16 UPSALA 11 A26 13 MONTCLAIR ST. 6 A28 9 at Kean 11 A29 6 WESTERN MD. 11 M1 2 GETTYSBURG 17 M4 5 at West Chester 17 M8 3 BUCKNELL 17

W/L L L W W W L W L W W L L L L L

@1994 (5-9/*3-1 MAC) Head Coach: John Fayocavitz Date Royals OPP W/L 12 St. Mary's-Md. 14 L 5 Gettysburg 15 L 16 Haverford 5 W 10 *Widener 4 W 14 *Upsala 8 W 3 Franklin & Marshall 13 L 11 *FDU-Madison 10 W 8 Dickinson 15 L 11 LeMoyne 12 L 7 *Drew 8 (OT) L 8 West Chester 18 L 8 Bucknell 20 L 12 Cabrini 9 W 9 Montclair St. 18 L @Site venues missing

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse 1995 (9-5/*3-0 MAC) Head Coach: John Fayocavitz Date Royals Opp M12 4 Hampden-Sydney 13 M14 18 Catawba 7 M25 14 Trinity 16 M26 12 Haverford 6 M28 16 Montclair St. 14 A1 7 St. Mary’s-Md. 17 A5 14 *FDU-Madison 2 A8 16 *Widener 6 A9 9 Kean 20 A22 17 *Drew 7 A26 25 Cabrini 7 A29 12 Dickinson 6 M3 12 West Chester 14 M11 12 USMMA 2

M11 8 Stockton M16 7 Hamilton W/L M21 15 *FDU-Madison L M25 8 *Lycoming W M28 13 Swarthmore L M31 28 NY Maritime W A4 14 *Drew W A8 22 Kean L A15 6 Cabrini W A18 12 Montclair W A20 10 *Widener L A23 13 *Allentown W A25 9 *Messiah W W 1999 (11-6/*4-3 MAC) L Coach: F. Warren Breig III W Date Royals M3 13 Cabrini *MAC/Hudson League champions M10 6 Elmira M13 7 *Widener @1996 (8-4) M17 17 Stockton Head Coach: John Fayocavitz M20 9 *FDU-Madison Date Royals OPP W/L M24 9 *Lycoming 15 New York Maritime 10 M27 10 Swarthmore W M31 25 *King's M16 6 New York Tech 21 L A2 5 *Drew M20 10 Swarthmore 5 W A7 14 Kean M24 24 Stevens Tech 8 W A10 17 *Allentown M27 15 Montclair St. 13 W A14 22 Eastern A2 15 Merchant Marine 8 W A17 11 Montclair St. A6 24 FDU-Madison 8 W A21 15 *Messiah A13 8 Widener 23 L A24 16 Plattsburgh A20 13 Drew 11 W A25 5 Dowling A27 18 Dickinson 9 W M8 12 $Neumann M4 11 Albany 12 L 13 West Chester 20 L $ECAC Tournament @Some dates and site venues are missing

18 13 7 4 7 2 19 11 16 6 18 5 17

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

M28 M31 A4 A7 A11 A21 A25 A28

18 9 6 18 5 7 10 8

*KING’S *at Drew *at Widener *DeSALES *MESSIAH CABRINI *at FDU-Madison *SUSQUEHANNA

4 13 15 11 16 19 11 6

2002 (9-8/6-3 MAC) Head Coach: F. Warren Breig III Date Royals Opp M2 2 at Oneonta St. 18 M9 15 at Farmingdale 7 M12 8 at Hartwick 17 M16 11 *at Susquehanna 4 Opp W/L M21 4 *at Lycoming 5 5 W M23 5 *WIDENER 17 9 L M28 15 *ETOWN 11 12 L A3 13 *FDU-MADISON 10 4 W A6 13 *DeSALES 8 8 W A9 13 CENTENARY 7 12 L A14 7 *at Messiah 25 8 W A17 8 *KING’S 5 1 W A20 11 KEUKA 3 17 L A23 13 *at Drew 8 8 W A27 9 YORK 10 7 W M1 8 @Widener 19 2 W M6 3 $at F&M 18 7 W 10 W @MAC Tournament 6 W $ECAC Southern Championship 10 L Game 17 L 2003 (7-9/*6-3 MAC) Head Coach: F. Warren Breig III Date Royals Opp M1 10 ITHACA 17 M8 1 ONEONTA ST. 10 Opp W/L M11 9 HARTWICK 14 20 L M15 5 *vs. Widener 19 21 L M19 9 ELMIRA 8 14 L M22 0 PLATTSBURGH ST.7 L 14 L M26 11 *KING’S 2 19 L M29 6 *ETOWN 5 19 L A1 17 *at Susquehanna 8 4 W A5 9 *MESSIAH 12 13 L A9 14 *LYCOMING 7 11 L A12 5 at Keuka 9 0 W A16 7 *at FDU-Florham 13 9 L A23 13 *DREW 12 9 W A26 12 *at DeSales 9 15 L A30 8 @at Widener 11 4 W @MAC Tournament

2000 (4-10/*3-5 MAC) Coach: F. Warren Breig III Date Royals 1997 (6-8) M1 8 ELMIRA Head Coach: John Fayocavitz M4 5 at Va. Wesleyan Date Royals OPP W/L M8 7 at Cabrini M9 4 Oneonta 10 L M11 7 at St. Lawrence M22 23 Stevens Tech 11 W M18 5 at Skidmore M24 16 Montclair St. 9 W M22 8 *at Lycoming M26 18 Lycoming 11 W M30 13 *at King's A1 2 Hampden-Sydney 20 L A1 10 *DREW A5 13 FDU-Madison 18 L A5 4 *WIDENER A9 5 Messiah 16 L A8 7 *at Allentown A12 4 Widener 12 L A12 4 *at Messiah A15 16 Allentown 3 W A15 11 SHENANDOAH A17 8 Colorado College 16 L A25 6 *FDU-Madison A19 4 Drew 14 L A29 19 *Susquehanna A20 9 Merchant Marine 8 W A23 7 West Chester 23 L 2001 (6-7/*3-5 MAC) A26 11 Dickinson 10 W Head Coach: F. Warren Brieg III Date Royals Opp 1998 (7-8/*3-3 MAC) M3 9 ELMIRA 13 Head Coach: John Fayocavitz M10 18 FARMINGDALE 13 Date Royals Opp W/L M15 13 vs. Gordon 12 M4 7 Elmira 19 L M21 9 *LYCOMING 16 M7 2 Oneonta 19 L M24 20 at Shenandoah 3

W/L L W W L W

W L L W L L L W

W/L L W L W L L W W W W L W W W L L L

W/L L L L L W W W W L W L L W W L

2004 (3-12/*3-7 MAC) Head Coach: Warren Breig Date Royals Opp W/L F28 6 ITHACA 22 L M9 3 at Hartwick 23 L M13 8 at Elmira 14 L M20 6 *WIDENER 18 L

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse M24 M27 M31 A3 A7 A14 A17 A21 A24 A28 M1

4 8 5 2 6 8 19 8 15 7 6

at Oneonta St. *at Elizabethtown *SUSQUEHANNA *MESSIAH *at Lycoming *FDU-FLORHAM *at Moravian *at Drew *DeSALES *at King's UNION

17 12 10 20 11 13 10 6 8 14 11

2005 (2-13/*1-9 MAC) Head Coach: F. Warren Breig III Date Royals Opp M5 6 at Muhlenberg 17 M10 5 ONEONTA ST. 16 M12 6 ELMIRA 15 M19 3 *at Widener 17 M24 6 vs. Plymouth St. 7 (ot) M30 8 *LYCOMING 13 A2 5 *at Messiah 13 A6 5 *at FDU-Florham 14 A9 9 *ETOWN 12 A12 5 *at Susquehanna 13 A17 11 *MORAVIAN 15 A20 3 *DREW 16 A23 12 *at DeSales 4 A27 9 *KING’S 10 A30 10 CENTENARY 9

L L L L L L W W W L L

W/L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L W

2006 (3-12/*3-7 MAC) Head Coach: F. Warren Breig III Date Royals Opp M5 6 USMMA 15 M8 8 at Oneonta St. 11 M11 3 at Elmira 8 M18 7 *FDU-FLORHAM 14 M22 6 at Centenary 7(ot) M25 8 *at Drew 13 M29 13 *MESSIAH 18 A1 10 *at Moravian 7 A4 2 *at Lycoming 17 A8 15 *DeSALES 7 A12 6 *SUSQUEHANNA 10 A19 11 *at King’s 10 A22 5 *WIDENER 15 A26 8 at Elizabethtown 12 A29 9 KEUKA 10

W/L L L L L L L L W L W L W L L L

2007 (7-9/*5-5 MAC) Head Coach: Kevin Dugan Date Royals Opp M4 6 at USMMA 12 M10 5 ELMIRA 9 M16 14 CAZENOVIA 2 M21 14 CENTENARY 5 M24 9 *MORAVIAN 7 M27 6 *at Messiah 13 M31 13 *DREW 15 A2 7 *at FDU-Florham 9 A5 8 *at Susquehanna 7 A11 11 *LYCOMING 9

W/L L L W W W L L L W W

A14 12 *at DeSales 11 (ot) W A17 14 *KING’S 7 W A21 11 at Keuka 15 L A25 3 *ETOWN 10 L A28 4 *at Widener 6 L A30 5 @at Widener 9 L @MAC Tournament 2008 (12-5/*4-2 Landmark Conference) Head Coach: Kevin Dugan Date Royals Opp W/L F23 11 vs. Eastern 6 W M1 8 ITHACA 13 L M5 14 TRI-STATE 4 W M9 18 ELMIRA 3 W M15 10 *at Susquehanna 6 W M18 16 vs. Medaille 6 W M20 9 at Colorado Co. 15 L M29 8 *USMMA 6 W A2 13 at Centenary 9 W A5 6 *at Goucher 7 (OT) L A8 15 at Immaculata 4 W A10 19 WELLS 1 W A12 16 MARYWOOD 4 W A16 12 *at Moravian 9 W A19 8 *CATHOLIC 6 W A26 12 *DREW 13 L A30 2 #at Goucher 12 L #Landmark Conference Semifinals 2009 (9-7/*4-2 Landmark Conference) Head Coach: Kevin Dugan Date Royals Opp W/L F15 6 at Salisbury 24 L F24 19 IMMACULATA 4 W F28 6 ITHACA 12 L M7 5 at F&M 10 L M11 10 at RIT 15 L M14 20 CAZENOVIA 10 W M18 11 at Elmira 10 W M21 17 *SUSQUEHANNA 3 W M28 9 *at USMMA 10 L A4 10 *GOUCHER 9 (2ot)W A15 11 *MORAVIAN 4 W A18 9 *at Catholic 8 (ot) W A21 14 MARYWOOD 8 W A25 0 *at Drew 10 L A29 10 #vs. Goucher 9 W M2 6 @vs. USMMA 8 L

M20 M26 M31 A2 A10 A14 A17 A21 A24 M1

5 5 6 7 6 8 3 16 18 3

BABSON *DREW F&M *at Susquehanna *MER. MARINE at Marywood *at Goucher *at Moravian PSU-ABINGTON *CATHOLIC

9 6 9 5 7 7 4 3 1 7

L L L W L W L W W L

2011 (9-8/*3-2 Landmark Conference) Head Coach: Jim Rogalski Date Royals Opp W/L F26 10 DeSALES 3 W M1 12 FARMINGDALE ST. 6 W M5 5 MUHLENBERG 10 L M9 9 at Nazareth 15 L M16 15 HARTWICK 11 W M19 9 at Marywood 6 W M26 7 at Stevenson 21 L M30 8 at F&M 12 L A2 17 *at Mer. Marine 13 W A5 8 ST. JOHN FISHER 9 (ot) L A9 9 *at Drew 10 L A16 5 *SUSQUEHANNA 9 L A23 9 *GOUCHER 8 (ot) W A30 12 *at Catholic 10 W M4 12 $CATHOLIC 9 W M7 12 %at Goucher 8 W M11 3 !at Gettysburg 8 L $LANDMARK SEMIFINALS %Landmark Championship !NCAA Division III Championships

#Landmark Conference Semifinals @Landmark Conference Championship 2010 (6-9/*2-4 Landmark Conference) Interim Head Coach: Tim Marshall Date Royals Opp W/L M2 12 ITHACA 5 W M6 15 UTICA 13 W M10 8 R.I.T. 12 L M13 6 at Hartwick 9 L M17 4 at Lynchburg 16 L

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Year-by-Year Results Year

Overall

Pct.

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

3-10 2-13 2-12 5-13 6-10 9-6 6-9 5-9 9-5

.231 .133 .143 .278 .375 .600 .400 .357 .643

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

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

.667 .429 .467 .647 .286 .462 .529

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

7-9 3-12 2-13 3-12 7-9 12-5 9-7 6-9 9-8

Totals

156-222

*MAC Pct. #LandmarkPct.

Coach

Highlight(s)

.750 1.000

Bill MacArthur Bill MacArthur John Fayocavitz John Fayocavitz John Fayocavitz John Fayocavitz John Fayocavitz John Fayocavitz John Fayocavitz

*3-3 *4-3 *3-5 *3-5 *6-3

.500 .571 .375 .375 .667

John Fayocavitz John Fayocavitz John Fayocavitz Warren Breig Warren Breig Warren Breig Warren Breig

.438 .200 .133 .200 .438 .706 .563 .400 .529

*6-3 *3-7 *1-9 *3-7 *5-5 #4-2 #4-2 #2-4 #3-2

.667 .300 .100 .300 .500 .667 .667 .333 .600

Warren Breig Warren Breig Warren Breig Warren Brieg Kevin Dugan Kevin Dugan Kevin Dugan Tim Marshall Jim Rogalski

.413

55-61

.474

*3-1 *3-0

University of Scranton All-Time Coaching Name Years Bill MacArthur 1987-1988 John Fayocavitz 1989-1998 Warren Breig 1999-2006 Kevin Dugan 2007-2009 Tim Marshall (Interim) 2010 Jim Rogalski 2011 Totals 1987-2011

Records Seasons 2 10 8 3 1 1 25

Record 5-23 63-84 45-77 28-21 6-9 9-8 156-22

First winning season MAC Hudson League Champions

ECAC Tournament MAC & ECAC Tournaments MAC Tournament

MAC Tournament Landmark Tournament Landmark Tournament Landmark Champions NCAA Tournament

Pct. .179 .428 .368 .571 .400 .529 .413

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Royals vs. All Opponents A Albany

Record 0-1

First Met 1996

Last Met 1996

B Babson Bucknell

Record 0-1 0-8

First Met Last Met Mar. 20, 2010 Mar. 20, 2010 1987 1994

C Cabrini Catawba Catholic Cazenovia Centenary Colorado Co.

Record 3-3 1-0 5-1 2-0 4-1 0-2

First Met 1994 Mar. 14, 1995 1988 Mar. 16, 2007 Apr. 9, 2002 1997

Last Met Apr. 21, 2001 Mar. 14, 1995 May 4, 2011 Mar. 14, 2009 Apr. 2, 2008 Mar. 20, 2008

D Record DeSales (Allentown) 12-0 Dickinson 8-3 Dowling 2-1 Drew 6-18 Drexel 0-3

First Met 1997 1987 1988 1987 1990

Last Met Feb. 26, 2011 1997 1999 Apr. 9, 2011 1992

E Eastern Elizabethtown Elmira

Record 2-0 2-4 5-8

First Met Apr. 14, 1999 Mar. 28, 2002 1991

Last Met Feb. 23, 2008 Apr. 25, 2007 Mar. 18, 2009

F FDU-Florham Farmingdale Fordham F&M

Record 9-12 3-0 1-0 0-11

First Met 1988 Mar. 10, 2001 1991 1987

Last Met Apr. 2, 2007 Mar. 1, 2011 1991 Mar. 30, 2011

G #Geneseo Gettysburg Gordon Goucher Guilford

Record 1-0 0-9 1-0 4-3 0-1

First Met Mar. 27, 1992 1987 Mar. 15, 2001 Apr. 5, 2008 1990

Last Met Mar. 27, 1992 May 11, 2011 Mar. 15, 2001 May 7, 2011 1990

H Record Hampden-Sydney 0-2 Hartwick 1-5 Haverford 5-4

First Met Mar. 12, 1995 1989 1987

Last Met 1997 Mar. 16, 2011 1995

I Immaculata Ithaca

Record 2-0 1-4

First Met Apr. 8, 2008 Mar. 1, 2003

Last Met Feb. 24, 2009 Mar. 2, 2010

J Jacksonville

Record 1-0

First Met 1992

Last Met 1992

K Kean Keuka King's Kutztown

Record 2-2 1-3 7-2 1-2

First Met 1993 Apr. 20, 2002 Mar. 31, 1999 1988

Last Met Apr. 7, 1999 Apr. 21, 2007 Apr. 17, 2007 1990

L Lehigh LeMoyne

Record 0-1 0-1

First Met 1992 1994

Last Met 1992 1994

Limestone Lynchburg Lycoming

1-0 0-1 4-7

1990 1990 Mar. 17, 2010 Mar. 17, 2010 1997 Apr. 11, 2007

M Mary Washington Marywood McDaniel (W. Md.) Medaille Messiah Montclair St. Moravian Muhlenberg

Record 1-0 4-0 1-6 1-0 1-10 6-3 6-1 0-2

First Met 1991 Apr. 12, 2008 1987 Mar. 18, 2008 1997 1991 Apr. 17, 2004 Mar. 5, 2005

Last Met 1991 Mar. 19, 2011 1993 Mar. 18, 2008 Mar. 27, 2007 1999 Apr. 21, 2010 Mar. 5, 2011

N Nazareth Neumann New York Maritime New York Tech

Record 0-1 0-1 2-0 0-1

First Met Mar. 9, 2011 May 8, 1999 1996 1996

Last Met Mar. 9, 2011 May 8, 1999 Mar. 31, 1998 1996

O Oneonta Oswego

Record 0-7 0-1

First Met 1997 1990

Last Met Mar. 8, 2006 1990

P Record Penn State 0-1 Penn State-Abington1-0 Pfeiffer 0-1 Plattsburgh St. 1-1 Plymouth St. 0-1

First Met 1987 Apr. 24, 2010 1990 Apr. 24, 1999 Mar. 24, 2005

Last Met 1987 Apr. 24, 2010 1990 Mar. 22, 2003 Mar. 24, 2005

R Randolph-Macon Richard Stockton R.I.T.

Record 0-2 2-1 0-2

First Met 1988 1993 Mar. 11, 2009

Last Met 1990 Mar. 17, 1999 Mar. 10, 2010

S Salisbury St. John Fisher St. Joseph's St. Lawrence St. Mary's-Md. Shenandoah Skidmore Stevens Tech Stevenson Susquehanna Swarthmore

Record 0-3 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-4 2-0 0-1 2-0 0-1 8-4 4-2

First Met 1987 Apr. 5, 2011 1993 Mar. 11, 2000 1987 Apr. 15, 2000 Mar. 18, 2000 1996 Mar. 26, 2011 Apr. 29, 2000 1989

Last Met Feb. 15, 2009 Apr. 5, 2011 1993 Mar. 11, 2000 1995 Mar. 24, 2001 Mar. 18, 2000 1997 Mar. 26, 2011 Apr. 16, 2011 Mar. 27, 1999

T Trinity Tri-State

Record 0-1 1-0

First Met Last Met Mar. 25, 1995 Mar. 25, 1995 Mar. 5, 2008 Mar. 5, 2008

U Union Upsala USMMA Utica

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

First Met May 1, 2004 1992 Mar. 11, 1995 Mar. 6, 2010

Last Met May 1, 2004 1994 Apr. 2, 2011 Mar. 6, 2010

V Va. Wesleyan

Record 0-1

First Met Mar. 4, 2000

Last Met Mar. 4, 2000

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Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse W Record Washington & Lee 0-1 Wells 1-0 West Chester 1-10 Widener 5-15

First Met 1991 Apr. 10, 2008 1987 1987

Y York

First Met Last Met Apr. 27, 2002 Apr. 27, 2002

Record 0-1

Last Met 1991 Apr. 10, 2008 1997 Apr. 30, 2007

#The Scranton-Geneseo game may have been an exhibition and has not been included in the final record for the 1992 season All-Time Roster A Abbot, Ted (2008-2009) Alati, Thomas (2008-2011) Altman, Russell (2004) Angelone, Tony (2005-2006) Archibald, Bryan (2000-2003) Aspromonte, John (1997) Ayers, William (2000-2003) B Baer, Bradley (2004-2007) Banno, Jon (1992-1993) Barton, J.P. (2008-2011) Beck, Eric (1993-1996) Bellizzi, Dominick (2003-2006) Berlucchi, Alex (2005-2007) Bertrand, Mike (1991) Bianco, Joseph (2006) Boate, Edward (2004, 2006-2007) Bonomo, Mike (2007) Braunwart, Pete (1994-1995, 1997) Brennan, Patrick (1996) Brennan, Patrick (2002) Brier, Kevin (2010-2011) Bruestle, Stephen (2008-2011) Burke, Thomas (1996-1998) C Cahill, Joseph (2005-2006) Cantwell, Bob (1989-1990) Capello, Vinnie (1993-1994) Caputo, Ron (1989-1991) Carr, John (1993-1996) Cefalu, Patrick (2008-2011) Cesare, Matt (2003-2005) Chadwick, Mark (1987-1988) Chambers, William (2003-2004, 2006-2007) Ciocon, Noel (1992-1994) Claps, Charles (2003-2006) Cleary, John (1987-1989) Cleary, Tim (2010-2011) Clifford, Brendan (2006-2009) Clifford, William (2006-2007) Coleman, Sean (2008-2011) Colfer, Steve (1992) Colon, Mathew (2010) Comey, Jim (1989-1990) Conniff, Kevin (1994-1995) Corba, Robert (1987-1988)

Cowley, Chris (1989-1990) Cox, Tyler (2008-2010) Cresitello, Michael (1987-1988) Crowley, Ryan (2000-2003) Cuccia, Todd (2003-2006) Curtin, Jonathan (2010) Czeriawski, Dan (2000-2002) D Dachowski, Matt (2010-2011) Daly, Sean (2005-2006) Darrow, Ross (1992-1994) Davidson, Alex (2004) Davidson, Dan (1987-1988) Davidson, Matt (1992-1993) Davis, Andrew (2003-2005) Davis, Thomas (2004-2007) DelCastillo, Santiago (2005-2007) Deliberti, Matt (2008-2011) Dengler, Derek (1994-1997) De Sanctis, Chris (1987-1989) Devine, Patrick (2006) DiFede, Matthew (2008) DiMicco, Rich (1991) Dineen, John (2006-2007) Dirsh, Frederick (1997) Dobrzynski, Eric (1992) Doetzer, Bob (1987) Donato, Colin (2007-2009) Donohue, Tom (1988) Doran, Peter (2002-2004) Dougherty, Bryan (1999-2000) Dowd, Chris (1993-1996) Dowd, Keenan (2008-2011) Dowiak, Jeremy (2008-2011) Duffy, Robert (2003-2004) Dugan, Christian (2008-2011) Dugan, Kevin (1998-1999) Duke, Mike (1991-1993) Dunn, Matt (2001-2002) Dwyer, Brendan (1992-1995) E Eastwood, Andrew (2008-2010) Eastwood, Owen (2009-2010) Eaton, Jonathan (2002) Eaton, Kyle (2000-2003) Empirio, Joe (1997-1999) Eng, Michael (2008) English, Pat (2008) F Falloon, Mark (1989-1991) Farrell, Barton (1998-2001) Farrell, Dan (1992-1995) Fay, Patrick (2003) Ferrari, Kevin (1987) Ferrise, Dan (1997-2000) Fitzgerald, Pete (1991-1993) Flanagan, Chris (1997) Fleischer, Jason (1992-1993) Fleming, Carl (1996-1999) Flynn, Joseph (2005-2007) Foret, Matt (1992-1993)

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Scranton Softball Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse Koeppe, Adam (1992-1993) Koester, Jim (1989-1991) Kokoszka, Mike (1993-1996) Kolfer, Steve (1991) Kornobis, Thomas (2006-2009) Kossbiel, Scott (2000-2001) Kovats, Greg (2006) Kregler, James (1999-2002) L LaFalce, David (1990-1991) Lafaman, Dave (2011) Lange, Jeff (2001-2004) Lausten, Mark (1987-1989) Lausten, Mike (1989-1991) Lavelle, Matt (1987-1988) Leddy, Jason (1994-1995) Lederer, Dan (1996-1998) Lee, Matthew (1997-1999) Levene, Dave (1989-1991) Lewis, Thomas (2006) Lileika, Alex (1993) Lindner, Phil (2007-2008) Linko, Paul (1987-1988) Lipski, Brian (2000-2003) Lloyd, Mike (1994-1997) Loboda, Gregg (1987) Loderstedt, Rob (2002-2004) Lulley, Matt (1987) Lulley, Pat (1987-1989) M Macken, Duffy (1999-2000, 2002) Mahon, Dennis (2001-2004) Malcyznski, Mark (1999-2002) Malley, Nikko (2008-2009) Malone, Brian (2000-2002) Marron, Greg (1987-1988) Martin, Luke (2011) Matalunis, Mark (1992-1994) Matthew, Lee (1996) McCabe, Patrick (2010) McCahon, Brendan (1989-1991) McCarthy, Dylan (2004) McDevitt, Joseph (2005-2007) McGee, Kevin (1989-1991) McGhee, Donald (2006) McGrath, Brian (2003) McInerney, Dillon (2010-2011) McLaughlin, Kevin (1997-1999) McMenamin, Tim (2009-2010) McPoyle, Colin (2009-2011) McShea, John (2009-2011) Meehan, Wes (2011) Mehan, Ryan (1997-2000) Mele, Jason (2003) Michel, Steve (1989-1992) Mienhart, Max (1992) Mierkiewicz, Tom (1997) Milde, Sean (2008-2011) Miller, Timothy (2000-2003) Miskiman, Matthew (1996) Mitchell, Tim (1987-1989)

Monahan, Dave (2004-2006) Monahan, Ryan (1991-1993) Montana, George (2000-2003) Murray, Bill (1989-1990) Murray, Bryan (1993-1994) N Nacinovich, Jason (1998-1999) Napp, Robby (2009) Naughton, Brandon (1998) Nelson, Taylor (2010-2011) Niederberger, Jeff (1992-1994) Nugent, Oliver (2010) O O'Brien, Brenden (1993-1996) O’Connor, Sean (2004-2007) O'Hora, Jim (1989-1992) O'Neill, Greg (1997-1998) Oddo, Michael (2007) Orilia, Adrian (1997) Orrino, Gino (1995-1998) Orrino, Matthew (1998, 2000) P Palumbo, Andrew (2000-2002) Pantages, Robert (2008-2011) Parseghian, Jason (1991) Patrick, Chris (1992-1995) Penn, Vincent (1998) Pepe, Fred (1989-1990) Perechinsky, Mark (1995) Peretore, Salvatore (2004) Piner, Mike (1993) Pingicer, Patrick (2002-2003) Pokowicz, Stephen (1987-1990) Posner, Jon (1996-1997) Q Quinn, Christopher (2008) Quirk, Brendan (1998) R Rainsberger, Tim (2003) Rector, William III (2006) Reehil, Brian (1993-1994) Riordan, Tim (1994, 1996-1998) Roberson, Mark (1999-2002) Rooney, Tom (1992-1993) Rufo, Mike (2009-2011) Russell, Charlie (1987-1988) Ryan, T.J. (2009) S Saraceni, Ryan (2011) Schiliro, John (2008-2011) Schuler, Joseph (1987-1990) Shaw, Bill (1992-1993) Sheehan, Brent (1995-1996) Sheehan, Matt (2008) Shiels, Jim (1995-1997) Shiels, Tim (1997-1998) Shortall, J.P. (1991)

Simpson, Brian (1996-1999) Smith, Fran (2011) Slade, Daniel (2009-2011) Stack, Paul (2006-2007) Stallone, Dan (2004-2007) Steele, Jim (1987-1988) Stein, Bryan (2009) Stemler, Quinton (1987-1989) Stofega, Joseph (2000-2003) Stout, Patrick (2000-2001) Strada, Hank (1992-1993) Sturm, Gus (2011) Sullivan, Chris (2008-2009) Sullivan, Mike (1992-1994) Sutter, Jonathan (2002-2005) Swiatocha, Brian (2000) Synan, Brendan (2010-2011) T Tedesco, Patrick (2002) Tibbitts, Matt (2011) Tiedeman, Thomas (1999) V Van Tassell, Bill (1994-1997) Vechercofski, Paul (1997) Venus, Charlie (1987-1990) Venus, William (1989-1990) Verlizzo, Dave (1992-1993) Vitale, Thomas (2001) W Wetmore, Tucker (2007) Whelan, Chris (1987-1988) White, Ryan (2003, 2005-2006) Wilczynski, John (2004-2006) Wolfington, Chris (1987) Wood, Adam (1999-2001) Woods, Bob (1989-1991) Worthington, Ben (2010-2011) Y Yates, John (1987-1988) Youngstrom, Nick (2007-2009) Z Zampella, Gregg (1991-1993) Zampella, Mike (1993) Zappala, Zach (2010) Zona, Tom (1989-1991) Editor’s Note: If you know of anyone who may have been omitted from this list, please contact The University of Scranton Sports Information Office at (570) 941-7571, or by e-mail at: southardk2@scranton.edu.


Scranton Women's Lacrosse Scranton Men's Lacrosse College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) District II All-Academic Selections 2010 Christian Dugan (2nd team) 2011 Christian Dugan (2nd team) Landmark Conference Selections 2008 Kyle Frank (Rookie of the Year, 2nd team), Tyler Grason (2nd team) Matthew Huber (2nd team), Thomas Kornobis (2nd team) 2009 Patrick Cefalu (2nd team), Thomas Kornobis (2nd team), Robby Napp (2nd team) 2010 Stephen Bruestle (1st team), Owen Eastwood (1st team), Mike Rufo (2nd team) 2011 Stephen Bruestle (1st team), Patrick Cefalu (1st team), Tim Cleary (1st team) Mike Rufo (2nd team), Taylor Nelson (2nd team) Landmark Conference All-Academic Selections 2008 Thomas Kornobis 2009 Thomas Kornobis #Middle Atlantic Conference Selections 1990 Dennis Hyatt, Steve Michel 1992 Dennis Hyatt (2nd team), Steve Michel (2nd team) 1993 Jeff Niederberger (2nd team) 1994 Mike Lloyd (1st team), Jeff Niederberger (1st team), Dan Farrell (1st team) 1995 Mike Keryc (1st team, MVP), Eric Beck (1st team), Mike Lloyd (1st team), Mike Kokoszka (1st team) Chris Patrick (1st team) 1996 Mike Kerkc (1st team), Chris Dowd (1st team) 1997 Peter Braunwart (1st team), Dan Lederer (1st) 1999 Tom Hughes (2nd) 2000 Tom Hughes (1st) 2001 Tom Hughes (2nd) 2002 Mark Malczynski (1st) 2003 Kyle Eaton (2nd team), George Montana (2nd) 2006 Dan Stallone (2nd team) 2007 Dan Stallone (2nd team) #The University of Scranton is no longer affiliated with the Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Corporation, more commonly known as the Middle Atlantic Conference

Patrick Cefalu (left) earned firstteam all-Landmark Conference honors in 2011 for his play as a face-off specialist. Christian Dugan (2007-2011) earned secondteam District II all-Academic honors during his distinguished career.


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