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2013 Men’s Lacrosse

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How Lacrosse came to St. Mary's College of Maryland

2013 SEASON IN REVIEW

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The St. Mary’s College of Maryland men’s lacrosse team posted the best season in program history in 2013. The Seahawks garnered the school’s firstever berth in the NCAA Division III Men’s Lacrosse Championship Tournament, an achievement which thrust fifth-year head coach Chris Hasbrouck and the Seahawks into the national spotlight. St. Mary’s finished the 2013 campaign with a 12-7 (4-2 CAC) overall record, just one win shy of tying the school record set by the 2006 squad, while the Class of 2013 seniors recorded the fifth most wins in a four-year period with 38.

n 1971, St. Mary’s Associate Professor of Art Thomas Rowe offered to sponsor lacrosse as a club. Club members wrote a charter and presented it to the Student Government Association, which granted modest funding for equipment. With helmets, masks and pads from the Lacrosse Hall of Fame kit program, a largely inexperienced crew began practice. Rowe, unable to coach the club, sought the coaching services of U.S. Naval Academy alumni who were training at the nearby Patuxent River Naval Air Test Center. Having constructed goals and laid out a field, Rowe scheduled matches against

college B squads, prep schools and club teams. He solicited the help of test pilots Roger Kisiel and Fred Lewis, both lieutenant commanders and former AllAmerican lacrosse players. The 1971 season began with a combination of college and community players, who called the lacrosse stick a “cudgel.” Lewis (now a retired U.S. Navy rear admiral) left for a tour with the fleet after just one season while Kisiel continued to coach through the 1972 season, providing team jerseys and postgame refreshments out of his own pocket. Lieutenant Karl Volland, who flew F-18 planes at Naval Air Station

Patuxent River, joined the coaching staff as an assistant. Kisiel did not return as the coach after the 1972 season and Volland assumed the lead role with Ron Palchinsky as his assistant. Continuing as the club advisor, Rowe successfully petitioned for varsity status and the team was inducted into the Division II United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. For the 1974 season, Rowe scheduled three games in Miami during spring break. Team members spent the winter raising funds for the eight-day trip.

Volland was soon transferred to Fleet Operations and the team faced possible reduction to club status. Rowe learned that John Sothoron, an All-American goalie and recent graduate of Towson State University, had returned to St. Mary’s County. When offered the coaching position, Sothoron accepted with enthusiasm and appointed Michael Loughran as an assistant coach. During Sothoron’s tenure, St. Mary’s lacrosse became a strong and integral part of the college experience here in Southern Maryland.

After capturing the Capital Athletic Conference’s automatic bid to the national tournament, St. Mary’s dethroned two-time defending conference and national champion, Salisbury University. In the CAC championship game on May 5, the Seahawks won by a 13-11 margin for the program’s third overall league title, but first since the CAC tournament was instituted in 1999. The victory over Salisbury marked just the second win over the Sea Gulls in the last 36 years and the first since 2009.

Mary’s drew No. 13 Lynchburg College for first round action. The Seahawks owned a 5-2 advantage through the first three quarters before falling 6-5 to the host Hornets. For the fourth straight season, St. Mary’s players graced the USILA Scholar All-America list. A program-best three Seahawks were recognized for both their academic and athletic prowess – Justin Harty ’13, Albert Mitchell ’13, and Patrick Mull ’13. Harty and Mitchell were further honored with a selection to play in the 2013 USILA/LAXWORLD Division III North-South Senior All-Star game. Coach Hasbrouck mentored five more allconference picks this season to bring his total to 23 All-CAC selections, including 12 first-team nods, during his five seasons at the helm of the Seahawks. Harty, Mull, and Matt Tarrant ’15 all earned first team honors while Mitchell and Ben Love ’14 landed on the second team. Both Mitchell and Mull finished their Seahawk careers as twotime all-stars.

St. Mary’s put forth its most successful seasons by battling through the 17th toughest schedule in Division III, winning seven straight for just the fourth time in program history. The 2013 ledger featured six opponents ranked in the final edition of the USILA Division III Coaches Poll while Ohio Wesleyan University received votes. The Seahawks found themselves in the Top 20 twice during the season, ending the year at No. 19.

THE ATTACK

Nine games were decided by two goals or less this season with the Seahawks owning a 6-3 mark in those contests. In the NCAA Tournament, St.

One of the main benefactors of Mull’s passing finesse was Ben Love ’14. Love enjoyed his best campaign yet with the Seahawks, nearly

Patrick Mull ’13 quarterbacked the Seahawks’ offense this season, assisting on nearly 20% of the team’s 196 goals in 2013. Mull finished his career with 112 helpers, having led St. Mary’s in this category for four straight years. He notched his 100th career assist with a seven-point performance versus Goucher College on April 3.

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quadrupling the scoring output from his first two seasons combined. He dominated the scoring for St. Mary’s with a team-best 38 goals after notching only 11 in his first two seasons. Love will enter his senior campaign needing just one goal for his 50th as a Seahawk. Conor Jordan ’16 left no doubt that he will be an integral part of the Seahawks’ attack, scoring four goals in his collegiate debut against No. 11 Roanoke College in the team’s season-opener. Jordan went on to finish his rookie year with a third-best 24 tallies. Stew D’Ambrogi ’13 (6g, 9a) and Eric Simon ’15 (4g, 1a) provided a solid effort on attack as well, helping St. Mary’s to be a force to be reckoned with.

THE MIDFIELD Team captain Gordy Long ’14 commanded a very talented and experienced midfield unit this season. Long finished sixth in scoring as he tallied 19 goals, including a team-leading three game-winning goals, and five assists. Matt Tarrant ’15 was the top midfielder for the Seahawks, finding the back of the net for a team-best 31 goals en route to first team AllCAC honors. Tarrant really dominated the center of the field after switching from attack to midfield a few games into the season. Will Lerch ’15 was close behind with 30 points on 20 goals, including a trio of game-winners, and 10 helpers. Nate Babcock ’15 (10g, 5a) and Tim Perugini ’15 (7g, 10a) came into their own this season as both contributed 10-plus points for the first time in their young careers. All-American Taylor Cook ’13 saw limited action in 2013, scoring five goals in eight games before being sidelined with an injury. • DEFENSIVE MIDFIELDERS – Cody Tidwell ’14, J.G. Hahn ’16, and Austin Toland ’16 comprised the defensive side of the Seahawk midfield unit. Tidwell chipped in 18 ground balls and a goal in 16 games played while Hahn came away with two

goals and two assists plus 14 ground balls in 16 contests. Toland earned quality playing time in 10 games with 10 loose ball pickups. • FACE-OFF SPECIALISTS – Team captain Albert Mitchell ’13 put forth his best campaign at the X, winning 60-percent of the 355 face-offs he battled in and ranking in the Top 50 in Division III in faceoff percentage. Mitchell paced the Seahawks for the fourth consecutive season with a career-best 130 ground balls. He added a goal and an assist in helping to ignite the Seahawk offense. Alex Lykens ’13, along with Reese Cassard ’15 and Teddy Secor ’16, provided Mitchell with a breather when needed. Lykens went 14-of-47 in face-offs while Cassard and Secor combined for a 7-of-23 effort. Cassard and Secor will look to carry Mitchell’s success forward in 2014. • LONG-STICK MIDFIELDERS – Dalton Yohn ’13 proved to be one of the Seahawks’ top long-stick midfielders this season. Yohn led a talented but young corps of LSMs that provided strong wing support during face-offs and solid defensive help in transition. He ended his senior year second in both ground balls (63) and caused turnovers (21). Collin Brown ’15 is primed to take over for Yohn on the wing next year after stepping on the field for all 19 games, contributing 13 ground balls. Coloman DeBor ’15, a transfer from Roanoke College, will look to provide depth next season after spending 2013 learning St. Mary’s system.

THE DEFENSE Team captain Justin Harty ’13 led a solid Seahawk defensive unit that ranked 34th in Division III in man down defense, successfully killing nearly 81% of opponents’ extra-man opportunities1. Harty was the team’s top defender, collecting a team-best 30 caused turnovers and fourth-best 37 ground balls.

He was a hard-nosed defenseman who effectively shut down the opponent’s top attackman, catching the eye of opposing coaches and earning postseason recognition for the first time in his career. David Mitchell-McShane ’14, Grant Lowenfeld ’15, and Phil Cappello ’16 rounded out one of the top defensive units in the region. Mitchell-McShane started all 19 contests for St. Mary’s while rookie Cappello earned a starting role for the last nine games of the season. Mitchell-McShane was third with 12 takeaways while Cappello added 20 ground balls and six caused turnovers in his first season as a Seahawk. Lowenfeld picked up quality experience, seeing action in 15 games and forcing nine turnovers.

IN THE CAGE Scott Marsh ’13, affectionately called ‘Panda’ by his teammates, was an integral part of St. Mary’s highly productive season. In his first, and only, season with the Seahawks, Marsh posted a 10-3 record as the starter between the pipes after garnering the principal role for the seventh game of the season. He claimed the starting position following a 13-save performance in the final 34 minutes against No. 12 Denison University just four days earlier. Marsh finished the season ranked 16th in the nation in save percentage as he stopped 62.3% of the 423 shots faced while ranking 28th in goals against average, allowing 7.35 goals per game. Zack Blewett ’14 and Joey Casey ’16 will battle next year for the starting role in Marsh’s absence. Casey started the first six games of the 2013 season, earning CAC Defensive Player of the Week honors on March 4, while Blewett notched a .556 save percentage in two games played.

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head coach: Chris Hasbrouck Chris Hasbrouck wrapped up his fifth season at the helm of the St. Mary’s men's lacrosse program by leading the Seahawks to their best finish in the program’s 40-year history. During his short tenure, Hasbrouck has worked to have St. Mary's shine in the national spotlight, leading the program to its first-ever national tournament berth. This season, the Seahawks posted a 12-7 (4-2 CAC) overall record, tying for second most wins all-time. He guided the squad to their third Capital Athletic Conference championship title as well as their first NCAA Division III Men’s Lacrosse Championship Tournament appearance. St. Mary’s posted a 1311 win over two-time defending CAC and national champion, Salisbury University, on Salisbury’s home field for the conference crown. Hasbrouck mentored three United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Scholar All-Americans (the most of any year) plus five All-CAC selections. St. Mary's advanced to its fourth straight semifinal matchup under Hasbrouck in 2012 after earning the No. 3 seed in the playoffs. The Seahawks recorded their second 10-win campaign in four years. Taylor Cook '13 and Peter Windsor '12 both earned All-America honors while Windsor became the program's sixth Scholar All-American. In 2011, St. Mary's appeared in its third straight league semifinal contest after winning three straight to secure the No. 5 seed in the playoffs. Dennis Rosson '11 became the program's 12th AllAmerican selection. The Seahawks achieved their first 10-win season since 2007 during his second season at the helm

while Hasbrouck mentored the program's 11th AllAmerican honoree and four All-CAC picks. In just his first season as the Seahawks’ head coach, he was voted the 2009 CAC Coach of the Year. Hasbrouck led St. Mary's to the conference tournament semifinals as the No. 2 seed as well as the program's first win over Salisbury in 32 years. That same year, he coached two All-Americans and six all-conference selections. Hasbrouck took over the Seahawk men's lacrosse program after two years as an assistant. He helped the program to a two-year mark of 19-14 and worked with a pair of conference rookies of the year as the offensive coordinator. St. Mary's averaged 10.53 goals per game in 2008, ranking 44th in Division III, while the team advanced to the 2007 CAC title game with a 12-6 record. The Suffern, N.Y. native brought a wealth of experience to St. Mary's, having been a part of two storied men's lacrosse programs at Salisbury University and Division II Limestone College for 13 years. Hasbrouck served as the Limestone head coach for two seasons before joining the St. Mary's athletic staff in September of 2006. He led the Saints to a two-year mark of 26-7, winning the Deep South Conference title both years. Limestone finished as national runner-up in 2005 with a 15-2 mark and that same year, the Saints set NCAA Division II records for goals (338) and points (520). Hasbrouck had five players earn All-America honors while garnering the 2005 USILA Division II National Coach of the Year award.

Chris Hasbrouck HEAD COACH SALISBURY ’95, M ’97 CJHASBROUCK@SMCM.EDU 240-895-3291

Prior to coaching at Limestone, he was the head assistant at Salisbury for 11 seasons. The Sea Gulls claimed five national championships in six tries during his tenure as the offensive coordinator. Hasbrouck also did a four-year stint as the head boys' lacrosse coach at Easton High School in Maryland, earning The Star Democrat Coach of the Year honors in 1991 and 1993. He graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in physical education in 1995 from Salisbury. Continuing his studies at Salisbury, he completed his master's in education in 1997. Hasbrouck currently resides in Lexington Park with his wife, Jennifer Askew; his stepdaughter, Paige; and their pets – Rocky, Stella, Oliver and Lucy.

HASBROUCK’S YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING LOG SEASON

SCHOOL

OVERALL

CONFERENCE

POSTSEASON

2005 2006 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Limestone Limestone St. Mary’s St. Mary’s St. Mary’s St. Mary’s St. Mary’s

15-2 11-5 8-7 10-6 6-9 10-6 12-7

7-0 7-2 5-2 5-2 4-4 6-2 4-2

NCAA Final; DSC Champions DSC Champions CAC Semifinals CAC Semifinals CAC Semifinals CAC Semifinals NCAA First Round; CAC Champions

46-35 72-42

24-12 38-14

SMCM Totals Totals 2 schools

DSC = Deep South Conference; CAC = Capital Athletic Conference

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2013 roster No.

Name

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Hometown/High School (Previous College)

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Wt.

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Hometown/High School (Previous College)

00 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26

Stewart Utter Coloman DeBor Patrick Mull Collin Brown Austin Toland Joey Casey Albert Mitchell Reese Cassard Eric Simon Steve Adams Stew D’Ambrogi Alex Lykens Cody Tidwell Conor Jordan J.T. Rohe Phil Cappello Miles Loring-Thomas David Mitchell-McShane Matt Tarrant Taylor Cook Teddy Secor Tim Perugini

M LSM A LSM M GK FO FO A M A FO M A D D D D M M FO M

6-1 6-0 5-8 5-11 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-7 5-8 5-8 6-0 5-5 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-9 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-10

190 180 160 160 180 210 195 155 170 155 170 160 155 187 195 180 165 183 195 185 175 180

Fy. So. Sr. So. Fy. Fy. Sr. So. So. Fy. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fy. Sr. Fy. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fy. So.

Deephaven, Minn./Minnetonka Bethesda, Md./St. John’s College (D.C.) (Roanoke) Fallston, Md./Fallston Wernersville, Pa./Wilson Area Cockeysville, Md./St. Paul’s School Ellicott City, Md./Mount Saint Joseph Shrewsbury, Mass./Saint John’s Chevy Chase, Md./Gonzaga College North Potomac, Md./Quince Orchard Exton, Pa./Downingtown East Severna Park, Md./Severn School (The Ohio State) Towson, Md./Towson Cordova, Md./South River Rockville, Md./Rockville Mount Airy, Md./Glenelg Country School Woburn, Mass./Austin Preparatory School Framingham, Mass./Buckingham Browne & Nichols Baltimore, Md./St. Paul’s School Mount Airy, Md./Urbana Hollywood, Md./St. Mary’s Ryken (U.S. Naval Academy) California, Md./The Calverton School Stony Brook, N.Y./Ward Melville

27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 66 81 88 99

Riley Fink Ben Love Caleb Jardeleza Alex Brylske Gordon Muldoon Zack Blewett Ryan Jenkens Justin Harty Matt Carney Scott Marsh Grant Lowenfeld Tim Hornig Scott Carpenter Cole Meyerhoff Gordy Long Dalton Yohn Will Lerch J.G. Hahn Conor Colgan Ben Ganoe Max Reamer Nate Babcock

M A M FO D GK D D A GK D M M D M LSM M M D LSM A M

5-11 6-0 5-10 5-10 6-0 5-10 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-4 5-8 5-9 6-1 5-9 5-10 6-1 5-11 5-9

190 190 180 165 200 175 205 180 195 230 165 180 180 220 170 162 205 160 170 175 175 160

Sr. Jr. Fy. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fy. Sr. Fy. Sr. So. Jr. Fy. Fy. Jr. Sr. So. Fy. So. Jr. Jr. So.

University Park, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt (St. Andrews Presbyterian) Owings Mills, Md./McDonogh School Boonsboro, Md./Boonsboro Bowley’s Quarters, Md./Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Solomon’s Island, Md./Patuxent Darnestown, Md./The Heights School Dunkirk, Md./The Calverton School Medford Lakes, N.J./Camden Catholic Alexandria, Va./The Potomac School Crofton, Md./South River (Anne Arundel CC) Potomac, Md./Georgetown Preparatory School Baltimore, Md./Friends School of Baltimore Frederick, Md./Urbana Easton, Md./The Gunston School Monkton, Md./St. Paul’s School Westminster, Md./South Carroll Lothian, Md./The Calverton School Ellicott City, Md./Loyola Blakefield Annapolis, Md./Severn School Solomon’s Island, Md./Patuxent Baltimore, Md./Friends School of Baltimore Baltimore, Md./Severn School

Head Coach:

Assistant Coaches:

Captains:

Chris Hasbrouck (Salisbury ’95, Fifth Season)

Ryan Alexander ’10 (Third Season) C.J. MacKinnon (Springfield ’06, Second Season)

Justin Harty Gordy Long Albert Mitchell

Maryland – 35 Massachusetts – 3 Minnesota – 1 New Jersey – 1 New York – 1 Pennsylvania – 2 Virginia – 1

First-years – 13 Sophomores – 10 Juniors – 10 Seniors – 11

Attackmen – 7 Face-off Specialists – 5 Midfielders – 15 Long-stick Midfielders – 4 Defensemen – 10 Goalkeepers - 3

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meet the seahawks: seniors #4 PATRICK MULL A • 5-8 • 160 Fallston, Md. • Fallston HS

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2013: USILA Scholar All-American ... First team All-CAC ... CAC AllAcademic Team … CAC Offensive Player of the Week (4/8) ... Inside Lacrosse preseason All-CAC ... Started all 19 games ... Collected his 100th career assist vs. Goucher (Apr. 3) … Led team for second straight season in assists (37) and points (58) ... Second with three man-up goals ... Third with a pair of game-winning goals ... Fourth with 21 goals ... Added 20 ground balls and three caused turnovers ... Three-plus assists in six games … Two hat tricks … Season-best seven points (3g, 4a) vs. Goucher (Apr. 3) ... Careerhigh three goals twice ... Seasonbest five helpers twice. 2012: Second team All-CAC ... CAC All-Academic Team ... Played in all 16 games (15 starts) ... Team leader with 34 assists and 48 points ... Third with two man-up goals ... Fourth with 14 goals ... Added 21 ground balls and six caused turnovers ... Set a school single-game record for assists with seven at Frostburg State (Mar. 17) ... Career-best eight points at Frostburg State ... Personal-best three goals vs. Wesley (Apr. 14) ... Career-highs of four ground balls and two caused turnovers at Roanoke (Feb. 19).

2011: Played in 13 contests with 10 starts … Tied for third in scoring with team-leading 16 assists … Four multipleassist games … Contributed seven ground balls and two goals … Equaled season-best four assists at Wesley … Tallied seven ground balls. 2010: Saw action in all 16 games … Third in scoring with team-best 25 assists … Added seven goals, nine ground balls, and one caused turnover … Season-best five points (1g, 4a) vs. Wesley … Season-high four assists twice … Season-best two goals twice … Tallied two goals and two assists vs. Wooster.

#9 ALBERT MITCHELL FO • 5-10 • 195 Shrewsbury, Mass. • Saint John’s HS

2013: USILA Scholar All-American ... USILA/LAXWORLD North-South Senior All-Star ... Second team All-CAC ... CAC All-Academic Team … Team captain ... Started 17 contests ... Team leader for fourth consecutive season with 213 face-off wins, .600 face-off percentage, and 130 ground balls ... Added a goal and an assist plus three caused turnovers ... Notched double-figure face-off wins 12 times ... Career-high 21 face-off wins vs. #11 Roanoke (2/17) ... Season-best 13 ground balls vs. Christopher Newport (3/23).

2012: Second team All-CAC ... CAC All-Academic Team ... Started all 16 contests ... Team leader in faceoff wins (159), face-off percentage (.548) and ground balls (78) ... Contributed four goals and three assists plus two caused turnovers ... Recorded double-figure faceoff wins nine times ... Career-best two points (1g, 1a) plus seasonhighs of 15 face-off wins (15-of19) and nine ground balls at York (Pa.) (Apr. 7) ... Season-best nine ground balls three times.

#13 STEW D’AMBROGI

2011: Started all 12 games played in … Notched team-highs of 96 face-off wins and 60 ground balls … Registered double-digit faceoff wins three times … Seasonbest 18 wins and career-high 14 ground balls in CAC first round action at York (Pa.) … Added a goal and a caused turnover.

2012: Saw action in 15 games ... Team leader with six man-up goals ... Third with 10 assists ... Contributed 10 goals and 20 points ... Added seven ground balls and two caused turnovers ... Personal-best three assists twice ... Career-highs of two goals, three assists and five points (2g, 3a) at Stevenson (Apr. 25) ... Career-best two ground balls vs. Oneonta State (Mar. 19).

2010: Started all 16 games … Top face-off specialist with .564 percentage (177-of-314) … Won 16 face-offs vs. Wooster and vs. Plattsburgh State … Paced the team with 102 ground balls … Notched four goals and one assist … Scooped up seasonbest 12 ground balls vs. Wooster.

#18 J.T. ROHE

A • 5-8 • 170 Severna Park, Md. • The Ohio State University Severn School

2013: Stepped on the field for 18 contests with four starts ... Fourth with nine assists ... Supplied six goals and 15 points ... Seasonbest two helpers three times ... Season-high four points (2g, 2a) vs. York (Pa.) (Apr. 20) ... Added five ground balls, one caused turnovers, and one man-up goal.

2011: Played in all 15 contests with one start … Tallied three goals and three assists … Season-best two points (1g, 1a) vs. Frostburg State … Added six ground balls and one caused turnover … Season-high two loose ball pickups vs. #5 Roanoke. The Ohio State (2010): Played for Nick Myers … Made his Buckeye debut in win over Detroit.

D • 5-11 • 195 Mount Airy, Md. • Glenelg Country School

2013: Played in two games ... Career-best two ground balls vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in the CAC first round.

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2012: Stepped on the field for five games. 2011: Saw action in five games. 2010: Played in 11 contests ... Made Seahawk debut at #5 Roanoke on February 21, causing a turnover.

#14 ALEX LYKENS FO • 6-0 • 160 Towson, Md. • Towson HS

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2013: Played in seven contests with two starts ... Notched a .298 (14-of-47) face-off percentage ... Career-best six face-off wins at Marymount (Va.) (3/20) ... Equaled career-high with two ground balls at Ohio Wesleyan (3/17). 2012: Stepped on the field for three games ... Was 1-of-5 in face-offs with one ground ball and one caused turnover ... 1-of-2 at the X vs. Hood (Mar. 24). 2011: Saw action in 10 games … Went 12-of-24 at face-off X … Chipped in four ground balls … Season-high three face-off wins twice … Was 3-of-5 in face-offs and scooped up two ground balls vs. McDaniel.

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2010: Played in six contests … Posted .600 face percentage (6-of-15) … Added five ground balls … Season-high three face-off wins and career-best two ground balls vs. Wooster.

#23 TAYLOR COOK M • 5-10 • 185 Hollywood, Md. • U.S. Naval Academy • St. Mary’s Ryken HS

2013: Inside Lacrosse preseason All-CAC ... Stepped on the field for eight games (two starts) before being sidelined with injury ... Contributed five goals and three assists ... Season-high two goals twice ... Career-best two assists and season-high three points vs. #8 Washington College (Mar. 5) ... Netted two man-up goals vs. #8 Roanoke (Feb. 17) ... Added four ground balls and one caused turnover. 2012: Honorable mention USILA Division III AllAmerican ... First team All-CAC ... Played in all 16 contests ... Team leader in goals with 28 ... Second with 32 points and two game-winning goals ... Added 14 ground balls and three caused turnovers ... Career-best four points twice ... Career-highs of four goals and four points at York (Pa.) (Apr. 7) ... Personal-best four ground balls vs. Oneonta State (Mar. 19) ... Career-high two caused turnovers at Roanoke (Feb. 19).

USNA (2009-2010): Two-year member of Midshipmen lacrosse under the direction of Richie Meade ... Saw action in 18 games ... Notched three goals on seven shots on goal in 2010 ... Made his debut in the Mids’ Star Game win over Army in 2009 and played in four of the last five games ... Member of Navy’s riding team (2009).

#27 RILEY FINK M • 5-11 • 190 University Park, Md. • St. Andrews Presbyterian College • Eleanor Roosevelt HS

2013: Stepped on the field for 10 games ... Notched three goals and an assist ... Added two ground balls ... Matched personal-best two goals vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in the CAC first round. 2012: Played in 11 contests ... Tallied seven goals and an assist for eight points ... Career-high two goals vs. Wesley (Apr. 14), including the game-winner ... Added four ground balls. 2011: CAC All-Academic Team … Saw action in 10 games … Contributed two goals and an assist … Career-best two goals vs. Frostburg State, including the game-winner. St. Andrews Presbyterian (2010): Second team All-Conference Carolinas … Started all 13 games under the direction of Michael Lawson … Team’s leading scorer with 19 goals and 30 points … Third with 11 assists … Tallied two game-winning goals … Contributed 22 ground balls.

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#30 ALEX BRYLSKE FO • 5-10 • 165 Bowley’s Quarters, Md. • Our Lady of Mount Carmel

2013: Did not see game action. 2012: Stepped on the field for seven contests ... Won 6-of-12 face-offs ... Was 2-of-2 vs. Marymount (Va.) (Mar. 21) and vs. Hood (Mar. 24). 2011: Saw action in five games … Won 11of-22 face-offs … Went 6-of-9 vs. Frostburg State … Added a ground ball vs. #14 Denison.

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2010: Played in nine games … Tallied .448 face-off percentage (13-of-29) … Picked up 10 ground balls … Won four face-offs at #5 Roanoke and vs. Wesley … Went 4-of-5 with career-best four ground balls vs. Wesley.

#34 JUSTIN HARTY D • 5-9 • 180 Medford Lakes, N.J. • Camden Catholic HS

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2013: USILA Scholar All-American ... USILA/ LAXWORLD North-South Senior All-Star ... First team All-CAC ... CAC All-Academic Team … CAC Defensive Player of the Week (4/1) ... Team captain ... Started all 19 contests ... Team leader with 30 takeaways ... Fourth with 37 ground balls ... Added an assist vs. Frostburg State (Mar. 30) ... Three or more ground balls in

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four games ... Three or more caused turnovers in five games ... Career-bests of six loose ball pickups and seven caused turnovers vs. Frostburg State (Mar. 30). 2012: Unsung Hero Award ... Team captain ... Started all 16 games ... Team co-leader with 22 caused turnovers ... Fifth with 36 ground balls ... Added two assists ... Career-high six ground balls at Roanoke (Feb. 19) ... Season-best three caused turnovers four times ... Notched first collegiate assist vs. Hood (Mar. 24). 2011: Played in 14 contests with 10 starts … helped the defensive unit with 11 ground balls and a fourth-best 10 takeaways … season-best two ground balls four times … matched careerhigh two caused turnovers twice … two ground balls and two forced turnovers at #1 Stevenson. 2010: Saw action in 13 games … earned the starting role for the last five contests of the season … third with 12 caused turnovers … contributed 13 ground balls … season-best two caused turnovers four times … career-highs of five ground balls and two caused turnovers vs. Mary Washington.

#37 SCOTT MARSH GK • 6-0 • 230 Crofton, Md. • Anne Arundel Community College • South River HS

2013: CAC All-Academic Team … CAC Defensive Player of the Week (3/25) ... Saw action in 14 contests with 13 starts ... Earned the starting role after posting 13 saves in relief vs. #12 Denison (Mar. 13) ... Posted a 7.35 GAA and .623 save percentage in 791:20 minutes ... 10-plus saves 11 times ... Careerbest 15 stops at #8 Salisbury (May 5) in CAC championship game ... Added 31 ground balls and five caused turnovers ... careerhigh five loose ball pickups twice.

Anne Arundel CC (2010): Played for Rick Young ... Second team NJCAA All-Region XX ... Team defensive MVP ... Team captain ... Saw action in 15 games ... Second in the NJCAA with 263 saves ... 18th nationally with an 8.41 GAA ... .703 save percentage in 792 minutes played.

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#43 DALTON YOHN LSM • 5-9 • 162 Westminster, Md. • South Carroll HS

2013: CAC All-Academic Team … CAC Defensive Player of the Week (4/8) ... Started 18 contests ... Second with 63 ground balls and 21 caused turnovers ... Tallied two goals and two assists on five shots ... Three-plus ground balls 10 times ... Three-plus caused turnovers three times ... Career-best eight loose ball pickups vs. Goucher (Apr. 3) ... Personal-best four takeaways and six ground balls at Muhlenberg (Mar. 9) ... Career-high two points (1g, 1a) vs. York (Pa.) (Apr. 20). 2012: Saw action in all 16 games with four starts ... Picked up 19 ground balls and eight caused turnovers ... Season-high four ground balls vs. Mary Washington (Mar. 31) ... Season-best two caused turnovers vs. Wesley (Apr. 14). 2011: Played in 13 contests … Notched 13 ground balls and eight caused turnovers … Career-best three ground balls three times … Season-high three takeaways at Hood … Scored first collegiate goal at Marymount (Va.).

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#28 BEN LOVE

D • 5-9 • 165 Framingham, Mass. • Buckingham Browne & Nichols

M • 6-0 • 190 Owings Mills, Md. • McDonogh School

2013: CAC All-Academic Team … Stepped on the field for a dozen games ... Scooped up two ground balls.

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2012: Played in four games. 2011: Saw action in four contests … Hustled after two loose balls … Made Seahawk debut vs. #14 Denison on March 16.

#16 CODY TIDWELL

#20

2010: Stepped on the field for 11 games … Contributed six ground balls and two caused turnovers … Took two shots on goal … Season-best two ground balls vs. Wesley.

#21

M • 5-5 • 155 Cordova, Md. • South River HS

#21 DAVID MITCHELL-McSHANE

2013: Stepped on the field for 16 games as a defensive midfielder ... Picked up 18 ground balls and caused four turnovers ... Seasonbest three loose balls twice ... Netted a goal vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in the CAC first round.

2013: CAC All-Academic Team … Started all 19 games ... Third with 12 caused turnovers ... Tied for sixth with 31 ground balls ... Threeplus ground balls five times ... Career-best three takeaways at York (Pa.) (Apr. 27) in CAC semifinals ... Career-high five ground balls at #8 Salisbury (May 5) in CAC championship game ... Dished first collegiate assist at #8 Salisbury (May 5).

2012: Saw action in all 16 contests as a defensive midfielder ... Fourth on team with 11 caused turnovers ... Picked up 12 ground balls ... Took five face-offs ... Scored first collegiate goal vs. Hood (Mar. 24) ... Season-best three ground balls vs. Wesley (Apr. 14) ... Careerhigh three takeaways at Roanoke (Feb. 19). 2011: Played in all 15 games with six starts … Posted .493 face-off percentage on 34-of-69 effort … Notched 28 ground balls and four caused turnovers … Won eight face-offs and scooped up two ground balls vs. McDaniel … Season-best six loose ball pickups at Marymount (Va.) … Dished out first collegiate assist in a CAC first round win at York (Pa.).

D • 5-9 • 183 Baltimore, Md. • St. Paul’s School

2012: CAC All-Academic Team ... Played in all 16 contests with 11 starts ... Collected 18 ground balls and 11 caused turnovers ... Season-best two caused turnovers three times ... Season-highs of four ground balls and two caused turnovers at Roanoke (Feb. 19).

2013: Second team All-CAC ... CAC Offensive Player of the Week (3/25) ... Stepped on the field for all 19 games, earning the starting role on attack for the last 13 contests of the season ... Team leader with 38 goals ... Second with 40 points ... Seven hat tricks ... Added 19 ground balls and five caused turnovers ... Collected two man-up goals ... Career-highs of five goals and five points twice ... Notched game-winner at Marymount (Va.) (Mar. 20) ... Personal-best four ground balls vs. Frostburg State (Mar. 30) ... Career-best two takeaways vs. #6 Salisbury (Apr. 13). 2012: Saw action in all 16 games as a midfielder ... Contributed six goals and two assists plus nine ground balls and two caused turnovers ... Season-best two points (1g, 1a) vs. Wesley (Apr. 14) ... Season-high two ground balls twice. 2011: Played in all 15 games with a start vs. #14 Denison … Tallied five goals and an assist … Collected nine ground balls and two caused turnovers … Career-best four loose ball pickups vs. #14 Denison … Scored first collegiate goal vs. #16 Dickinson … Handed out first career assist vs. McDaniel.

2011: CAC All-Academic Team … Stepped on the field for nine games … Tallied two takeaways … Made Seahawk debut vs. #16 Dickinson on February 26.

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#31 GORDON MULDOON

#39 TIM HORNING

D • 6-0 • 200 Solomon’s Island, Md. • Patuxent HS

GK • 5-9 • 180 Baltimore, Md. • Friends School of Baltimore

2013: CAC All-Academic Team … Saw action vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in the CAC first round. 2012: CAC All-Academic Team

#31

#42

... Played in the CAC first round vs. Marymount (Va.) (Apr. 22). 2011: Stepped on the field for two contests … Forced a turnover in his collegiate debut vs. McDaniel on March 9.

#32 ZACK BLEWETT GK • 5-10 • 175 Darnestown, Md. • The Heights School

#32

#39

#81

#88

2013: CAC All-Academic Team … Played in two contests ... Notched 10 saves and a .556 save percentage on 29 shots faced ... Career-high six saves vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in the CAC first round ... Added three ground balls and one caused turnover ... Personal-best two ground balls vs. #8 Dickinson (Feb. 23). 2012: Saw action in six games ... Made collegiate debut at Frostburg State (Mar. 17) ... Posted 6.04 GAA in 50 minutes ... Tallied 13 saves and a .722 save percentage on 35 shots faced ... Season-best three saves vs. Hood (Mar. 24). 2011: Did not see game action.

2013: Saw action in two contests ... Tallied first collegiate goal vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in the CAC first round.

2011: CAC All-Academic Team … Saw action in 10 contests with four starts … Picked up four goals and an assist … Contributed 13 ground balls and two caused turnovers … Season-bests of two points (1g, 1a) and two takeaways at Hood … Season-high three ground balls vs. McDaniel.

2012: Played in two games ... Made collegiate debut vs. Wesley (Apr. 14). 2011: Did not see game action.

#42 GORDY LONG M • 5-8 • 170 Monkton, Md. • St. Paul’s School

2013: CAC All-Academic Team … Team captain ... Stepped on the field for all 19 contests, starting all but two games ... Team leader with three game-winning goals ... Third with 56 ground balls ... Sixth with 19 goals and 24 points ... Dished out five assists ... Added nine caused turnovers ... Three-plus ground balls 11 times ... Career-best six ground balls vs. Frostburg State (Mar. 30) ... Career-high three goals vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in the CAC first round ... Personal-best two takeaways at Wesley (Apr. 6) ... Career-best three points twice. 2012: CAC All-Academic Team ... Played in all 16 games with 15 starts ... Fourth with 11 caused turnovers ... Fifth with 12 goals, five assists and 36 ground balls ... Career-highs of three goals, three points, six ground balls and two caused turnovers at Roanoke (Feb. 19).

#81 BEN GANOE LSM • 6-1 • 175 Solomon’s Island, Md. • Patuxent

2013: Played in a pair of contests. 2012: Saw action in six games ... Made collegiate debut at Frostburg State (Mar. 17).

#88 MAX REAMER A • 5-11 • 175 Baltimore, Md. • Friends School of Baltimore

2013: Stepped on the field for three games with two starts ... Notched first career start vs. #11 Roanoke (Feb. 17). 2012: CAC All-Academic Team ... Played in six contests ... Took one shot vs. Marymount (Va.) (Mar. 21) ... Added two ground balls ... Had one ground ball and one caused turnover vs. Wesley (Apr. 14). 2011: CAC All-Academic Team … Saw action in seven games … Scored first career goal off an extra-man opportunity in his collegiate debut vs. McDaniel (Mar. 9) … Had a ground ball pickup at Marymount (Va.).

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meet the seahawks: SOPHOMORES

#3

#11

#3 COLOMAN DEBOR

#11 ERIC SIMON

#26 TIM PERUGINI

LSM • 6-0 • 180 Bethesda, Md. • Roanoke College • St. John’s College (D.C.)

A • 5-7 • 170 North Potomac, Md. • Quince Orchard HS

M • 5-10 • 180 Stony Brook, N.Y. • Ward Melville HS

2013: Played in four contests ... Made his Seahawk debut vs. #12 Denison (Mar. 13).

2013: CAC All-Academic Team … Played in 15 contests with four starts ... Picked up first career start at Drew (Mar. 2) ... Added four goals and one assist ... Contributed six ground balls and two takeaways ... Season-best two ground balls vs. #8 Dickinson (Feb. 23) ... Career-high two caused turnovers vs. York (Pa.) (Apr. 20).

2013: CAC All-Academic Team … Appeared in all 19 contests ... Tied for second with 10 assists ... Seventh in points (17) ... Eighth in goals (7) ... Added 10 ground balls and one caused turnover ... Netted first collegiate goal at Drew (Mar. 2) ... Personal-best two assists twice ... Career-bests of two goals, two assists, and four points vs. Christopher Newport (Mar. 23) ... Career-high two ground balls twice.

Roanoke (2010): Attended the Division III school from Fall 2009 - Fall 2010 ... Played for Bill Pilat ... Appeared in three games ... Made collegiate debut vs. Randolph (Feb. 24) ... Collected three ground balls ... Season-best two loose ball pickups vs. Guilford (Apr. 14) ... Attempted one face-off ... Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity member.

#6 COLLIN BROWN LSM • 5-11 • 160 Wernersville, Pa. • Wilson Area HS

#6

#22

2013: Appeared in all 19 games ... Notched first career start vs. Christopher Newport (Mar. 23) ... Tallied 13 ground balls and three takeaways ... Took one shot at Marymount (Va.) (Mar. 20) ... Career-best two loose ball pickups twice ... Career-high two caused turnovers vs. York (Pa.) (Apr. 20). 2012: Saw action in 13 contests ... Made collegiate debut at Roanoke (Feb. 19) ... Collected four ground balls and one takeaway ... Scored first collegiate goal vs. Oneonta State (Mar. 19).

#10 REESE CASSARD FO • 5-9 • 155 Chevy Chase, Md. • Gonzaga College HS

2013: Played in four contests ... Attempted five faceoffs ... Took one shot at Wesley (Apr. 6) ... Went 1-of-2 with one ground ball at Marymount (Va.) (Mar. 20).

#10

2012: Saw action in 11 games ... Made collegiate debut at Roanoke (Feb. 19) ... Scooped up four ground balls ... Won 9-of-27 face-offs ... Season-bests of three face-off wins and two ground balls vs. Wesley (Apr. 14).

2012: CAC All-Academic Team ... Saw action in all 16 games ... Third with two man-up goals ... Notched five goals and four assists ... Career-best two points twice ... Career-highs of three ground balls and two points at Frostburg State (Mar. 17).

#26

#66

2012: CAC All-Academic Team ... Saw action in seven games ... Made collegiate debut at Frostburg State (Mar. 17) ... Took three shots and picked up three ground balls.

#22 MATT TARRANT

#38 GRANT LOWENFELD

M • 6-0 • 195 Mount Airy, Md. • Urbana HS

2013: First team All-CAC ... CAC All-Academic Team … Played in all 19 contests with six starts ... Notched his 50th career goal vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in CAC first round … Team leader with seven man-up goals ... Second with 31 goals ... Third in points (36) ... Fifth with 34 ground balls ... Tied for sixth in assists (5) ... Three hat tricks ... Careerbests of five goals and five points vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in CAC first round ... Career-high two helpers vs. #11 Roanoke (Feb. 17) ... Three-plus ground balls four times ... Season-best five loose ball pickups at Drew (Mar. 2). 2012: CAC All-Academic Team ... Appeared in all 16 games with 14 starts ... Second on team with 24 goals and two game-winning goals ... Third with 30 points ... Fourth with six assists ... Tallied 28 ground balls and five caused turnovers ... Season-best three goals six times ... Career-highs of two assists, five points, two takeaways and six ground balls plus three goals vs. Hood (Mar. 24).

D • 6-0 • 165 Potomac, Md. • Georgetown Preparatory School

#38

#99

2013: Played in 15 contests ... Tallied nine ground balls and nine caused turnovers ... Took two shots ... Careerbest two takeaways twice ... Career-highs of two ground balls and two caused turnovers at Wesley (Apr. 6). 2012: Saw action in 10 games with one start vs. Mary Washington (Mar. 31) ... Made collegiate debut at Frostburg State (Mar. 17) ... Had a ground ball and a caused turnover vs. Marymount (Va.) (Apr. 22).

#44 WILL LERCH M • 6-1 • 205 Lothian, Md. • The Calverton School

#44

2013: Played in all 19 contests ... Team co-leader with three game-winning goals ... Tied for second with 10 assists and three man-up goals ... Fifth in goals (20) and points (30) ... Two hat tricks ... Added 14 ground

balls and seven caused turnovers ... Career-best four points (3g, 1a) vs. Frostburg State (Mar. 30) ... Seasonhigh three goals twice ... Personal-best two assists vs. Christopher Newport (Mar. 23) ... Season-best two loose ball pickups three times. 2012: Appeared in all 16 games ... Third on team with 19 goals ... Fifth with 23 points ... Added 29 ground balls, seven caused turnovers and four assists ... Career-high four points three times ... Career-best four goals at Frostburg State (Mar. 17) ... Career-high three ground balls five times ... Personal-bests of four points and two takeaways vs. Dickinson (Feb. 25).

#66 CONOR COLGAN D • 5-10 • 170 Annapolis, Md. • Severn School

2013: Did not see game action. 2012: Saw action in two games ... Made collegiate debut vs. Hood (Mar. 24).

#99 NATE BABCOCK M • 5-9 • 160 Baltimore, Md. • Severn School

2013: Appeared in 16 games ... Eighth with 27 ground balls ... Finished with 10 goals and five assists plus one caused turnover ... Notched first career hat trick vs. #11 Roanoke (Feb. 17) ... Career-best four ground balls twice. 2012: Stepped on the field for all 16 games ... Made collegiate debut at Roanoke (Feb. 19) ... Tallied three goals and an assist ... Added 30 ground balls and six caused turnovers ... Career-best four ground balls three times ... Career-highs of four ground balls and two caused turnovers vs. Marymount (Va.) (Mar. 21).

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meet the seahawks: first-years

#00

#12

#00 STEWART UTTER

#17 CONOR JORDAN

M • 6-1 • 190 Deephaven, Minn. • Minnetonka HS

A • 5-10 • 187 Rockville, Md. • Rockville HS

2013: Saw action in nine games ... Made collegiate debut vs. #8 Dickinson (Feb. 23) ... Scored first career goal at Drew (Mar. 2) ... Dished first collegiate assist vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in the CAC first round ... Added three ground balls and one caused turnover.

2013: CAC All-Academic Team ... Appeared in all 19 contests with 10 starts ... Started the last nine games of the season ... Second in man-up goals (3) ... Third with 24 goals and two game-winning goals ... Fourth in assists (9) and points (33) ... Four hat tricks ... Added 16 ground balls and one caused turnover ... Season-best four goals vs. #11 Roanoke (Feb. 17) ... Season-high four ground balls vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in the CAC first round.

#7 AUSTIN TOLAND M • 6-1 • 180 Cockeysville, Md. • St. Paul’s School

2013: CAC All-Academic Team ... Stepped on the field for 10 games ... Made collegiate debut vs. Christopher Newport (Mar. 23) ... Collected 10 ground balls and two caused turnovers ... Took one shot at Wesley (Apr. 6) ... Scooped up season-best four loose balls at York (Pa.) (Apr. 27) in the CAC semifinals.

#7

#17

#8 JOEY CASEY GK • 5-10 • 210 Ellicott City, Md. • Mount Saint Joseph HS

#24

#35

#35 MATT CARNEY

FO • 6-0 • 175 California, Md. • The Calverton School

A • 6-2 • 195 Alexandria, Va. • The Potomac School

2013: CAC All-Academic Team ... Saw action in nine games ... Posted a .333 (6-of-18) face-off percentage ... Tallied a 2-of-3 effort at Drew (Mar. 2) ... Added two ground balls.

2013: CAC All-Academic Team ... Played in nine games ... Made collegiate debut at Drew (Mar. 2) ... Fired off seven shots ... Added five ground balls ... Season-high two loose ball pickups at Wesley (Apr. 6).

#29 CALEB JARDELEZA M • 5-10 • 180 Boonsboro, Md. • Boonsboro HS

2013: CAC All-Academic Team ... Made collegiate debut vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in the CAC first round.

#19 PHIL CAPPELLO D • 5-10 • 180 Woburn, Mass. • Austin Preparatory School

2013: CAC All-Academic Team ... Saw action in 15 games, starting the last nine games of the season ... Made collegiate debut vs. #8 Dickinson (Feb. 23) ... Scooped up 20 ground balls and forced six turnovers ... Season-best three ground balls twice ... Season-high two takeaways vs. Goucher (Apr. 3).

#24 TEDDY SECOR

#33 RYAN JENKENS D • 6-2 • 205 Dunkirk, Md. • The Calverton School

#29

#40

2013: Appeared in four contests ... Made collegiate debut at Drew (Mar. 2).

#19

2013: Did not see game action.

2013: CAC All-Academic Team ... Stepped on the field for 13 contests ... Finished with 13 shots, four ground balls, two caused turnovers, and one assist ... Picked up first collegiate helper vs. #11 Roanoke (Feb. 17).

#41 COLE MEYERHOFF D • 6-4 • 220 Easton, Md. • The Gunston School

#45 J.G. HAHN M • 5-9 • 160 Ellicott City, Md. • Loyola Blakefield HS

#12 STEVE ADAMS

#8

M • 6-1 • 180 Frederick, Md. • Urbana HS

2013: Made collegiate debut vs. Wesley (Apr. 24) in the CAC first round.

2013: CAC Defensive Player of the Week (3/4) ... Saw action in seven games with six starts ... Made collegiate debut vs. #11 Roanoke (Feb. 17) … Notched 58 stops on 174 shots faced ... Season-best 15 saves vs. #11 Roanoke (Feb. 17) ... Added eight ground balls and one caused turnover ... Seaon-high three ground balls at Drew (Mar. 2).

M • 5-8 • 155 Exton, Pa. • Downingtown East HS

#40 SCOTT CARPENTER

#33

#41

#45

2013: Saw action in 16 games ... Made collegiate debut vs. #8 Dickinson (Feb. 23) ... Collected 14 ground balls and eight caused turnovers ... Tallied season-bests of two goals, two assists, four points and four ground balls vs. Goucher (Apr. 3).

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meet the class of 2017—the future of st. mary's lacrosse Below are the 18 incoming first-years who will be joining the Seahawk men’s lacrosse program for the 2014 campaign. These talented newcomers, who represent six different states, will look to build upon the successes from the 2013 season and make immediate impacts for St. Mary’s.

MAX ALDERMAN

JAVIER FLORES

MAX HAPPEL

PATRICK REGAN

GK • 5-11 • 195 Calvert Hall College HS (Towson, Md.)

D • 5-10 • 185 Concord-Carlisle HS (Concord, Mass.)

LSM • 6-1 • 170 Hampton HS (Allison Park, Pa.)

A • 5-11 • 155 Cape Fear Academy (Wilmington, N.C.)

“Solid, consistent stopper who posted a 61-save percentage … MIAA semifinal appearance in 2013.”

“Fast, strong, athletic defender … Two-year starter for the lacrosse and football teams … Selected as a Dual County All-Star.”

“Tenacious, athletic long-stick midfielder … Three-time All-Section selection … Threetime team defensive MVP.”

JOHN BARKANIC

MIKE FREIJI

JOHN LOCKWOOD

“2013 US Lacrosse High School All-American … Three-time All-North Carolina (2011-13) … Three-time ECLC Player of the Year (2011-13) … Finished his career with 196 goals and 127 assists for 323 total points.”

GK • 6-0 • 175 Quince Orchard HS (Gaithersburg, Md.)

D • 6-0 • 185 Loyola Blakefield HS (Towson, Md.)

A • 5-11 • 180 Towson HS (Towson, Md.)

“Two-year starter and team leader … Tough, athletic keeper.”

“Top defender for the 2013 MIAA champions … Team captain … Selected to play in the MSLCA Senior All-Star game … Voted first team All-Towson Times … Selected to the Baltimore Sun All-Metro Second Team.”

“2012 first team All-Baltimore County … 2013 Baltimore County All-Star … His parents, Greg and Julianne, are both SMCM graduates.”

MICHAEL BECRAFT M • 6-1 • 170 Our Lady of Good Counsel HS (Olney, Md.)

“Extremely quick, athletic player with an excellent shot … His brother, Chris, was a four-year player at St. Mary’s (2008-11).”

JOHN ELLIOT D • 6-0 • 220 De La Salle HS (Concord, Calif.)

“Helped De La Salle to a 13-2 finish … Named a North Coast Section Scholar-Athlete.”

LUKE ESHLEMAN M • 6-1 • 185 Broadneck HS (Annapolis, Md.)

“Three-year varsity player who scored 13 goals and 19 assists while picking up 42 ground balls … Strong, physical player who possesses a hard, accurate shot and excellent field awareness.”

RYAN FREY GK • 6-0 • 185 Severn School (Severna Park, Md.)

“Team captain … Posted a 53-save percentage with 178 saves … Quick, aggressive keeper with excellent leadership qualities.”

KYLE GARAGUSI M • 6-1 • 175 Quince Orchard HS (Gaithersburg, Md.)

“Helped lead Quince Orchard to an undefeated conference record and a 10-5 overall record … Blue-collar mid who scored five goals and two assists and picked up 64 ground balls.”

GREG LOUZAN M • 5-10 • 165 St. Paul’s School (Lutherville-Timonium, Md.)

“Exceptionally fast, athletic midfielder … Two-year starter … Three-year letter winner … Scored 25 goals as a senior.”

KEVIN O’MALLEY A • 6-0 • 160 Severn School (Severna Park, Md.)

“Athletic, hard-nosed player … Suffered torn ACL during senior soccer season, missing most of the lacrosse season … Team leader in assists in 2012 … Selected second team All-Anne Arundel County as a junior.”

JACKSON PATRICAN D • 6-3 • 195 Pingree School (South Hamilton, Mass.)

“Team captain and MVP in 2013 … Twotime Eastern Independent League All-Star … Scored five goals and 10 assists as a senior.”

BRENDAN ROLLINS M • 6-1 • 185 Poquoson HS (Poquoson, Va.)

“Strong, physical, athletic midfielder … Work horse on the field … Finished his senior season with 15 goals, 18 assists and 36 ground balls.”

BRENDAN STEELE A • 5-9 • 160 Severna Park HS (Severna Park, Md.)

“Quick, dynamic attacker … Voted first team All-Anne Arundel County in 2013 … His father, Scott, is a 1981 graduate of St. Mary’s and was voted into the Athletic Hall of Fame for sailing in 1990.”

COLIN TIFFEY M • 5-9 • 160 Wilde Lake HS (Columbia, Md.)

“Two-year captain … two-time team MVP (2012 and 2013) … All-Howard County selection as a senior … Versatile player who posted 40 goals and 10 assists with 54 ground balls in 2013.”

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UNITED STATES INTERCOLLEGIATE LACROSSE ASSOCIATION ALL-AMERICANS

2013 Postseason honors

2012 Taylor Cook (M) Peter Windsor (LSM)

The good fortunes of the St. Mary’s men’s lacrosse program this season did not go unnoticed as several players received conference and national awards. Five Seahawks represented the College on the 2013 All-Capital Athletic Conference teams as announced by league commissioner Tom Byrnes on May 1. Justin Harty ’13 and Patrick Mull ’13 as well as Matt Tarrant ’15 were named to the first team while Albert Mitchell ’13 and Ben Love ’14 earned second team All-CAC honors. Mitchell and Mull were repeat honorees for St. Mary’s. Then on May 21, Harty, Mitchell and Mull were selected to the 2013 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Scholar All-America Team as announced by John Spring, the USILA executive director.

The trio now brings the number of Seahawks honored as Scholar All-Americans to nine all-time. In all, 92 NCAA Division I, II, and III men’s lacrosse players were honored by the USILA for their excellence in the classroom. Harty, Mitchell and Mull were recognized at the 2013 USILA All-America Awards presentation on May 25 at the Philadelphia Downtown Marriott. Harty, Mitchell and Mull were the only Capital Athletic Conference players named to the list. Harty earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in public policy studies with a minor in history as he compiled a 3.015 cumulative grade point average in four years. Mitchell obtained a B.A. in sociology with a 3.343 GPA while Mull completed his degree in history with a minor in educational studies and finished with a 3.22 GPA.

Harty and Mitchell found out on May 21 as well that they had been selected to play at the 2013 USILA/ LAXWORLD Division III North-South Senior All-Star game. The duo played in their last collegiate game on May 24 on Edith Robb Dixon Field on the campus of Cabrini College in Radnor, Pennsylvania. Harty and Mitchell were part of a 32-man roster that featured only four players from the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC). The twosome represented St. Mary’s well as Harty contributed a pair of caused turnovers while Mitchell won 7-of-13 face-offs and scooped up five ground balls in leading the South to a 12-11 overtime win over the North.

2011 Dennis Rosson (A) 2010 Ryder Henry (D) 2009 Marc DiPasquale (M) Ryan Alexander (M)

Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

2007 Mike Alcamo (D)

Honorable Mention

2006 Cyrus Albertson (M) Mike Alcamo (D) Dave Mueller (A)

Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

2003 Andrew Gerner (D) 2001 Brett Tillett (M)

Honorable Mention

1997 Justin Robinson (D)

Honorable Mention

1993 Greg Matthews (GK)

Honorable Mention

1980 John Nocher (GK)

Third Team

1979 Peter Collins (M)

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

UNITED STATES INTERCOLLEGIATE LACROSSE ASSOCIATION SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICANS 2013 Justin Harty Albert Mitchell Patrick Mull

2012 Peter Windsor

2011 Dennis Rosson

2010 Ryan Alexander

2003 Andrew Gerner

2001 Brett Tillett Steven Vallandingham

UNITED STATES INTERCOLLEGIATE LACROSSE ASSOCIATION NORTH-SOUTH SENIOR ALL-STARS 2013 Justin Harty (D) Albert Mitchell (FO)

2011 Dennis Rosson (A)

2010 Ryan Alexander (M) Ryder Henry (D)

2006 Matt Dryer (M) Dave Mueller (A)

1997 Justin Robinson (D)

1996 Steve Spence (M) Doug Stark (M)

1993 Scott Hahn (A – Alternate) Greg Matthews (GK – Alternate)

1980 Mike Lord (M)

2002 Andrew Toussaint (A)

2001 Ryan Heacock (M) Steve Vallandingham (A)

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CAPITAL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONORS COACH OF THE YEAR Chris Hasbrouck Jayme Block Jason Hurley Jason Hurley

1998 (5)

PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009 2004 1998 1995

Greg Matthews

Jeff Jeffers (1st) J.P. Fischer (1st) Kris Lindh (2nd) Nate Kosta (2nd) Chris Gable (2nd)

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 1993

Dennis Rosson Ryan Alexander (co-) Rich Barr (co-) Dave Mueller Andrew Toussaint Jim Haske

1996 (5)

2008 2007 2004 2003 1999 1997

M D A M D

1997 (5)

Doug Stark (1st) Jim Rogalski (1st) Steve Spence (2nd) Justin Robinson (2nd) J.P. Fischer (2nd)

1994 (7) M D M DM D

1995 (7)

Justin Robinson (1st) Marty Kane (2nd) Mike Fraioli (2nd) Roji Behr (2nd) J.P. Fischer (2nd)

D A M D D

Dave Wenrich (1st) Steve Spence (1st) Justin Robinson (1st) Chris Gress (1st) Matt Madsen (1st) James Mohler (2nd) Jim Rogalski (2nd)

1993 (9)

Don Brenneman (1st) Chad Christian (1st) Roji Behr (1st) Chris Gress (1st) Greg Matthews (1st) Chad Fowler (2nd) Eric Hiu (2nd)

A M DM D GK M D

Scott Hahn (1st) Dan Welch (1st) Eric Hiu (1st) Matt Callahan (1st) Chris Gress (1st) Greg Matthews (1st) Chad Christian (2nd) Jim Mohler (2nd) Joe Bissette (2nd)

Year

Overall Conference

A M DM D GK A D

A M DM D D GK A A M

ALL-CONFERENCE 2013 (5) Justin Harty (1st) Patrick Mull (1st) Matt Tarrant (1st) Ben Love (2nd) Albert Mitchell (2nd)

2009 (6) D A M A FO

Ryan Alexander (1st) Ryder Henry (1st) Marc DiPasquale (1st) Dennis Rosson (2nd) AJ Armstrong (2nd) Pat Simpson (2nd)

2006 (6) M DM SS A D GK

Dave Mueller (1st) Cyrus Albertson (1st) Michael Alcamo (1st) Pat Donovan (2nd) Pat Oliphant (2nd) Ryan DiPasquale (2nd)

2002 (4) A M D A A D

2012 (5) Taylor Cook (1st) Tripp Trainor (1st) Peter Windsor (1st) Albert Mitchell (2nd) Patrick Mull (2nd)

M D LSM FO A

2008 (5) Ryan Alexander (1st) Marc DiPasquale (1st) Dennis Rosson (2nd) AJ Armstrong (2nd) Brian Wallace (2nd)

2005 (5) M SS A D DM

Pat Schmidt (1st) Cyrus Albertson (1st) Shane Baxter (2nd) Dave Mueller (2nd) Ryan DiPasquale (2nd)

A M A A D

2011 (3) Dennis Rosson (1st) Peter Windsor (1st) Eric Heisner (2nd)

A D GK DM

ST. MARY’S COLLEGE OF MARYLAND COACHING RECORDS

A A M D DM D

Year

Coach

Overall Conference

1974

Karl Volland

9-6

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980

John Sothoron John Sothoron John Sothoron John Sothoron John Sothoron John Sothoron

6-5 10-4 8-6 11-3 5-0 9-5 9-5

1981

Mike Loughran

4-5

A M DM A D D

1982 1983 1984

Gavin Kerr Gavin Kerr Gavin Kerr

7-6 5-8 3-10

1985 1986 1987

Carl Schulteis Carl Schulteis Carl Schulteis

4-8 5-8 4-9

A DM D A A M

1988 1989

Bill Winslow Bill Winslow

3-9 3-10

1990 1991 1992

Jason Hurley Jason Hurley Jason Hurley

6-6 7-6 8-6

2001 (6) Steve Vallandingham (1st) Andrew Toussaint (1st) Ryan Heacock (1st) Andrew Gerner (1st) Brett Tillett (2nd) Kevin Pollock (2nd) 2000 (6)

A LSM D

2010 (4) Ryder Henry (1st) Dennis Rosson (2nd) Ryan Alexander (2nd) Sean Hatley (2nd)

Andrew Toussaint (1st) Andrew Gerner (1st) Mike Watkins (1st) Todd Brooks (2nd)

D A M D

2007 (5) Ryan Alexander (1st) Michael Alcamo (1st) Marc DiPasquale (2nd) Ryan DiPasquale (2nd) Rich Barr (2nd)

2004 (5) M D SS D GK

Dave Mueller (1st) Pat Schmidt (1st) Jeff Luoma (2nd) Gavin Zorbach (2nd) Rich Barr (2nd)

A M DM D GK

2003 (5) Andrew Gerner (1st) Dave Mueller (2nd) Wayne Hickock (2nd) Todd Brooks (2nd) Miguel Snyder (2nd)

Andrew Toussaint (1st) Jim England (1st) Brett Tillett (1st) Steve Vallandingham (2nd) Kevin Pollock (2nd) Andrew Gerner (2nd) 1999 (6)

D A M DM GK

Jeff Jeffers (1st) Brett Tillett (1st) Chris Gable (1st) CJ Lauer (2nd) Kris Lindh (2nd) David Moss (2nd)

Special Notes

Tri-State Conference Champions Ranked as high as No. 12

Coach

1993 Jason Hurley 6-5 1994 Jason Hurley 9-4 1995 Jason Hurley 10-2 1996 Jason Hurley 10-4 1997 Jason Hurley 6-8 1998 Jason Hurley 10-5 1999 Jason Hurley 10-5 2000 Jason Hurley 12-5 2001 Jason Hurley 11-5

3-0 3-0 3-1 3-1

Chris Hasbrouck Chris Hasbrouck Chris Hasbrouck Chris Hasbrouck Chris Hasbrouck

8-7 10-6 6-9 10-6 12-7

CAC Champions CAC Champions

Jason Hurley coached the Division III Senior South All-Star Team

2-2 3-1 4-1 5-1 4-2

2002 Jayme Block 5-10 4-2 2003 Jayme Block 7-7 4-2 2004 Jayme Block 11-6 4-2 2005 Jayme Block 10-6 4-2 2006 Jayme Block 13-4 5-1 2007 Jayme Block 12-6 5-3 2008 Jayme Block 7-8 5-2 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Special Notes

5-2 5-2 4-4 6-2 4-2

School record for wins Senior class tallies most wins in a four-year span with 46

School record for most CAC wins NCAA First Round; CAC Champions

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Name Jason Hurley Jayme Block John Sothoron Chris Hasbrouck Gavin Kerr Carl Schulteis Karl Volland Bill Winslow Mike Loughran Totals

Yrs. Coached 1990-2001 2002-08 1975-80 2009-present 1982-84 1985-87 1974 1988-89 1981 40 seasons

Record 105-61 65-47 53-28 46-35 15-24 13-25 9-6 6-19 4-5 316-250

Win % .633 .580 .654 .568 .385 .342 .600 .240 .444 .558

Name Jayme Block Jason Hurley Chris Hasbrouck Totals

Yrs. Coached 2002-08 1993-2001 2009-present 21 seasons

CAC Record 31-14 30-9 24-12 85-35

Win % .689 .769 .667 .708

UPCOMING MEN'S LACROSSE EVENTS

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5

4th Annual Alumni & Family Golf Tournament Friday, September 6, 2013 at Queenstown Harbor in Queenstown, Maryland Hawktoberfest at Family Weekend Saturday, October 5, 2013 at St. Mary’s College of Maryland 2nd Annual Edward Taylor Coombs Fall Ball Memorial October 2013 (stay tuned for exact dates) at Hatboro-Horsham High School in Horsham, Pennsylvania Pickles Pub Night Fall 2013 in Baltimore (stay tuned for exact date) SOCIAL MEDIA Become a fan of Seahawk men’s lacrosse on Facebook at facebook.com/smcmlacrosse and follow them on Twitter @SMCMlacrosse. 26


2013 schedule DATE

OPPONENT

TIME

RESULT (RECORD)

Feb. 17 Feb. 23 Mar. 2 Mar. 5 Mar. 9 Mar. 13 Mar. 17 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 30

No. 11 Roanoke vs. No. 8 Dickinson1 at Drew No. 8 Washington College at Muhlenberg vs. No. 12 Denison2 at Ohio Wesleyan at Marymount (Va.)* Christopher Newport Frostburg State*

1:00 1:00 1:00 3:00 1:00 12:00 12:00 7:00 1:00 12:00

W, 13-12 (1-0) L, 5-19 (1-1) W, 13-5 (2-1) L, 12-13 (ot) (2-2) L, 6-10 (2-3) L, 6-11 (2-4) W, 8-7 (3-4) W, 11-5 (4-4, 1-0 CAC) W, 12-6 (5-4, 1-0 CAC) W, 10-9 (6-4, 2-0 CAC)

Apr. 3 Apr. 6 Apr. 10 Apr. 13 Apr. 20 Apr. 24 Apr. 27

Goucher at Wesley* at Mary Washington* No. 6 Salisbury* York (Pa.)* No. 6 seed Wesley3 at No. 2 seed York (Pa.)4

4:00 1:00 4:00 3:00 3:00 4:00 3:00

W, 17-5 (7-4, 2-0 CAC) W, 12-5 (8-4, 3-0 CAC) W, 9-8 (ot) (9-4, 4-0 CAC) L, 4-15 (9-5, 4-1 CAC) L, 8-9 (9-6, 4-2 CAC) W, 22-5 (10-6, 4-2 CAC) W, 10-9 (11-6, 4-2 CAC)

May 5 May 8

at No. 1 seed Salisbury5 at No. 13 Lynchburg6

1:00 7:00

W, 13-11 (12-6, 4-2 CAC) L, 5-6 (12-7, 4-2 CAC)

St. Mary’s was the No. 3 seed in the 2013 CAC Men’s Lacrosse Championship Tournament, winning the program’s third CAC title on May 5 and earning the program’s first-ever NCAA Division III Men’s Lacrosse Championship Tournament berth. Home contests are Bold and played at Seahawk Stadium *Capital Athletic Conference game 1 Game played at St. Paul’s School (Brooklandville, Md.) 2 Game played at Johns Hopkins University (Homewood Field – Baltimore, Md.) 3 CAC First Round (St. Mary’s City, Md.) 4 CAC Semifinals (York, Pa.) 5 CAC Championship (Salisbury, Md.) 6 NCAA Division III First Round (Lynchburg, Va.)


St. Mary's College of Maryland 2013 Men's Lacrosse