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The Erik S. Kristensen Eye Street Klassic is our way of inviting golfers, volunteers, sponsors, family and friends to celebrate Erik’s life and assist the sons of active duty military personnel to afford a Gonzaga education.

In honor of Erik’s courage and sacrifice, the Erik S. Kristensen Eye Street Klassic is held annually to provide funding for The LCDR Erik S. Kristensen, USN, Memorial Scholarship Fund. The Fund was formed to fulfill Erik’s goal of providing financial aid to students at Gonzaga from active duty military families.

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Bring your clubs, Birkenstocks, and thoughts of Erik on May 6, 2016!

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★ The ninth annual Erik S. Kristensen Eye Street Klassic will be held on Friday, May 6, 2016. ★ We will return to The Courses at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. ★ Cost per golfer is $150. ★ Check in begins at 12:30 with tee off at 2 p.m. ★ To register please visit www.kristensenklassic.com.


LCDR Erik S. Kristensen, USN is a 1990 graduate of Gonzaga and a 1995 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy. In June 2005, as the Task Force Commander of SEAL Team TEN, Erik was killed in action while leading an extraction team to rescue four Navy SEALs who had come under heavy fire in Kumar Province, Afghanistan. His heroism was captured in the 2007 book and 2013 film Lone Survivor. Erik now rests at the United States Naval Academy Cemetery and is the recipient of numerous military awards and honors including a Bronze Star with Combat “V� for Valor, a Purple Heart, a Combat Action Ribbon, and the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, awarded posthumously. In addition, in 2006, Gonzaga established The Erik Kristensen Memorial Leadership Award. Each year the Memorial Leadership Award recognizes a graduating senior who distinguishes himself among his peers for those ideals that Erik put into practice each day: loyalty, honor, trustworthiness, leadership, friendship, and love of life and laughter.

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The 2010 Gonzaga Lacrosse Program has the honor of representing LCDR Erik S. Kristensen ’90 on their helmets this year. Shown on the helmets will be Erik’s SEAL Team 10 Logo. For all the information about Erik and his story please click here: http://kristensenklassic.com/about-erik/ Also for the past few years the Gonzaga Lacrosse Program has “adopted” a military company serving in Iraq or Afghanistan. This year we have the honor to support the 3-158 STORM RIDERS. This is a group of Blackhawk Helicopter pilots and support personnel on deployment in Balad, Iraq. The 2011 Gonzaga Lacrosse Program is proud to honor the Children’s National Medical Center and help raise awareness to their Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders in Children. The team will do so by wearing decals on their game helmets reading: “Heroes Against Childhood Cancer” Also in 2011 the Program will be aligning with C Company 2-34 AR “Fighting Aces” in Afghanistan. This special unit is in a very remote area of the world where any support is crucial to their morale and strength. We love our soldiers and will help them any way we can! This has become a wonderful tradition for our program and we have been honored by having a US Flag flown last year over Iraq by a US Blackhawk Chopper and presented to the program. This Flag is now proudly displayed in Gonzaga’s Hall of Fame room in the Carmody Center. The 2012 Gonzaga Lacrosse Program is proud to once again honor the children and at Children’s Hospital fighting cancer. For the 2nd straight year the team will wear decals on their helmets: “Heroes Against Childhood Cancer”. The varsity seniors will visit the hospital in late March and the program plans to continue to help raise awareness and funds for these children. At the program banquet over 50 members of the lacrosse program and some of their family members participated in the “BE BRAVE AND SHAVE” Project. The Eagles Lacrosse members raised over $70,000 dollars for children fighting cancer at Children’s Hospital. This was an ALL TIME RECORD for this project! Also this season, the program will honor a wonderful man who passed away after a long fight with cancer. Brad Rock, husband and father of four boys, was a loving, strong and wonderful man. His oldest son, Alex, is a Gonzaga varsity lacrosse player and the team is proud to dedicate their season and represent his father. The Eagles will wear decals stating “ROCK THE PURPLE”!

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he 2008 Gonzaga Varsity Lacrosse Team has been doing more than just practicing and playing lacrosse this season. When the Eagles play you will notice they are wearing neon green laces on their cleats to show their support for the fight against lymphoma. The money used to buy these laces went straight to the research against preventing lymphoma. You will also notice that the Eagles are wearing the initials JF on their helmets. These initials stand for Staff Sgt. Jonathan Forde, Gonzaga Lacrosse Alumnus from the class of 1999. Jonathan passed away while training for his second tour of duty to Iraq this previous summer and he was a pivotal reason why Gonzaga won back to back WCAC League Titles in 1997 and 1998 as a face-off specialist. The Eagles are proud to represent Jonathan this year and all he stood for! The program is also proud to be the first lacrosse team from Washington, DC to team up with ASA (Americans Supporting Americans). The Eagles have adopted the Bravo Company of the 2nd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade, l0lst Airborne Division (Air Assault) in Iraq. They will send them gift packages, letters, lacrosse gear...etc. to keep their spirits up as those soldiers fight for our Freedom! Lastly, the varsity lacrosse team spent two days over their spring break to do community service and team up with WashingtonParks and People to clean up Marvin Gaye Park in Northeast, DC. The 2009 Gonzaga Varsity will honor Stephanie Marshik with her initials, SM, on their helmets this season. Stephanie is the late wife of Gonzaga alum, Mark Decker ‘93. Mark played four years of lacrosse on Eye Street and was a key figure in the 1992 & 1993 WCAC championship seasons. Stephanie passed away after battling cancer for six years and left behind Mark and their six year old son, Sam. The Varsity Eagles are proud to honor her because she gave 110% in all she did and was a true believer in life, love and hard work. Gonzaga Lacrosse will continue to support Headstrong and wear the neon green laces on their cleats. The varsity will also team up with Washington Parks and People yet again to help clean up our city’s parks over spring break. And lastly, the entire program will work with Americans Supporting Americans again. It is our pleasure to announce that the 2009 Gonzaga Lacrosse Family, all three teams, Varsity, Purple and White and its boosters our supporting the 2nd Army, Alpha Company, 35th Infantry, currently stationed in Iraq.

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all of those loved ones who have gone to early is a small way of trying to help families cope with their loss. And customary with our program for the 7th straight year, we will support troops in the middle east by sending over 200 care boxes and letters. These men and women are located in one of the most remote and toughest areas in the world. This year we support: “112th Red Warriors”. It is our duty to support them and send them love for their courage and honor. The 2015 Gonzaga Lacrosse team will wear the decal “DOMO 11” to honor the life and spirit of Dominik Pettey (Gonzaga class of 2015) who passed away this past fall. The school and our program will never forget him and his love for others. He was truly one of a kind and the program is honored to wear these decals to also honor our hockey brothers. The decal is placed on the top left front portion of our helmets so that it is directly above our hearts. And as usual the program will continue to partner with Children’s Hospital by wearing “Heroes Against Childhood Cancer” decals on their helmets and prepare for a senior visit and our fourth straight “BE BRAVE AND SHAVE” Project. Also for the 8th straight year we will support troops in the middle east by sending over 200 care boxes and letters. These men and women are located in one of the most remote and toughest areas in the world. The 2016 Gonzaga Lacrosse team will wear the decal “CF” to support the amazing strength and courage of senior captain Henry Chastain ‘16. Henry has dealt with cystic fibrosis his entire life and has overcome the battle by playing at an unreal level both on the lacrosse field and the hockey rink. The program is honored to wear these decals for “Hank” and support all who deal with cystic fibrosis. As usual the program will continue to partner with Children’s Hospital by wearing “Heroes Against Childhood Cancer” decals on their helmets and prepare for a senior visit and our fifth straight “BE BRAVE AND SHAVE” Project. Also for the 9th straight year we will support troops in the middle east by sending over 225 care boxes and letters. These men and women are located in one of the most remote and toughest areas in the world. The Gonzaga Lacrosse Family is so proud to be a part of these wonderful projects off the field and continue to show why our spirit is truly one of being: “Men for Others.”

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Customary with the program, The Eagles will support 1-14 Cavalry “TF WARHORSE” in Afghanistan. These men and women are located in one of the most remote and toughest areas in the world. It is our duty to support them and send them love for their courage and honor. The program sent over 200 boxes to support these men and women. The program continues to teach and mold our players that outside of sports, we have a duty as Christians to serve others and be good men! The 2013 Gonzaga Lacrosse Program is proud to YET again honor the children and at Children’s Hospital fighting cancer. For the 3rd straight year the team will wear decals on their helmets: “Heroes Against Childhood Cancer”. The varsity seniors will visit the hospital in April and the program plans to continue to help raise awareness and funds for these children. At the program banquet in late May many of the players in the lacrosse program and some of their family members will participate again in the “BE BRAVE AND SHAVE” Project. The Eagles Lacrosse members raised over $70,000 dollars last season for children fighting cancer at Children’s Hospital. This was an ALL TIME RECORD for this project and in two years raised well over $100,000. The Eagles are also all wearing new decals this year in a lime green color (the color of lymphoma cancer) to support long time LOVED trainer Penny Lynch in her fight. Penny is battling this yet again and with our support we know she will pull through because she is a leader and as tough as they come! And customary with our program, we will support troops in the middle east by sending over 200 care boxes and letters. These men and women are located in one of the most remote and toughest areas in the world. This year we support: 2-1 CAV “BLACKHAWKS” It is our duty to support them and send them love for their courage and honor. The 2014 Gonzaga Lacrosse Program continues its mission and Jesuit identity of serving others and giving back. The program will honor Children’s Hospital by wearing “Heroes Against Childhood Cancer” decals on their helmets and prepare for a senior visit and another possible “BE BRAVE AND SHAVE” Project. The Eagles are also wearing decals with the initials CSW to honor the late Caroline Stackhouse Weiner. Caroline was a wife and mother of three small children and sister of Chad Stackhouse ‘93 (former Gonzaga Lacrosse player and assistant coach). Representing her and

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W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M THE JESUIT TRADITION

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esuits and education. These two words combined denote excellent preparation for young people anywhere in the world. Jesuits and their lay colleagues seek to bring to full expression the talents of young people within the Christian tradition in their schools. This has been the case in Washington since 1821, when Gonzaga’s venerable predecessor, the Washington Seminary, was founded. In 1858, the name changed to Gonzaga College when President Buchanan signed the Act of Congress incorporating the school legally. Then, the school was located on F Street, N.W. It moved to North Capitol and Eye Streets, N.W. in 1871. Throughout that whole time, the school sought, and seeks, to help young people grow towards religious, intellectual and social maturity. Committing itself to a downtown location in the 1960s, Gonzaga serves a uniquely diverse student body, from all points of the compass. Students come here, and with the best advice and help, construct their own schedule of learning which will best help them develop their strengths. These include, for our students, commitment to the teachings of Jesus Christ, dedication to academic excellence, personal service to other people, especially those in need, and deep and fulfilling involvement in sporting and other co-curriculars.

At Gonzaga there is a tremendous sense of community; all Washington knows that Gonzaga students are outstanding, spirited, special persons. Because of Gonzaga’s amazing location, her students are on-the-scene participants in the cultural, intellectual, and political happenings of the Federal City. More importantly, students come to Gonzaga from every part of the entire metropolitan area. Increasingly, they use Metrorail to nearby Union Station; many come by Metrobus, commuter rail and carpool. Gonzaga students learn from one another. They are intellectually talented and racially, economically, geographically, and socially diverse. Gonzaga’s spirit embraces them and brings them all together in a caring, warm community where they meet other students who will be among their closest life-long friends.

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ACADEMIC CHALLENGE Gonzaga offers outstanding academics. Gonzaga students work hard to complete a sophisticated academic program in which they learn how to understand the thoughts and achievements of others as they learn themselves to think and achieve. They learn to read and write effectively, to appreciate and create beauty, to understand that people are wonderfully diverse. Gonzaga students study and apply mathematics until they are at home with abstract and logical thinking. In Gonzaga’s acclaimed science program, students become scientists as well as humanists. Gonzaga graduates enjoy an intellectual balance because they have studied deeply in various subjects. At Gonzaga, students grow increasingly responsible for their own learning. Gonzaga teachers—intellectually and humanly competent and experienced men and women—care most deeply that their students grow and learn. They stress in each course skills

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COURSES GONZAGA STUDENTS TAKE: The Gonzaga student completes the following academic requirements: • four years of religion • four years of English • one year beyond Algebra II/Trigonometry in Mathematics • four years of history/social studies • to the third level of a language (French, German, Spanish or Latin) • three years of science: biology, chemistry, physics, selected electives or AP levels of science • one year of physical education and health • one year of art • the Social Justice Program for community service

Gonzaga’s athletes compete on teams in: • Baseball • Rugby • Basketball • Soccer • Crew • Water Polo • Cross-Country • Tennis • Football • Track • Golf • Wrestling • Swimming • Diving • Lacrosse • Ice Hockey Homerooms also sponsor intramural teams in 3 sports. Almost every student is involved in some club or organization. These activities include three different publications, student council, dramatics, debate and speech, band, the WZAG TV station, and more than a score of other clubs and teams and associations.

Many additional courses are available: • four levels of Latin • three levels of Greek • independent tutorial in English • computer programming • advanced art, music, choral arts • social sciences: government, psychology, world problems, ­economics • advanced placement (college level) courses are offered to qualified students in: each modern language, each science, calculus, English, American and European History, Computer Science • Honors philosophy Students may arrange to take additional courses at area universities.

OTHER WAYS TO LEARN Gonzaga students participate in an amazing variety of activities. Play rehearsals, football practice, and newspaper deadline rushes draw students together and bring them into close contact with faculty members who coordinate school activities. Gonzaga students develop responsibility, discipline, and skills of working together effectively through activities and sports. More importantly, they have fun together.

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W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 VARSITY COACHES HEAD VARSITY COACH Casey O’Neill ’96 RESUME 2008-2015 Coaching: entering 9th season as Head Coach (7 years as varsity assistant prior) Head Coaching Varsity Record last 8 years: 136-34 (overall) 80-7 (WCAC) WCAC Championships: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015 WCAC Coach of the Year: 2010, 2011 & 2012 Washington Post ALL-MET Coach of the Year: 2010 Washington, DC All District Coach of the Year: 2008 & 2010 US Lacrosse All-American Coach of the Year Potomac Chapter: 2010 Under Armour Washington DC Team Assistant Coach and Head Coach: 2010 (asst), 2013 & 2015 Team National Ranking: 2010 (top 25), 2011 (top 20), 2012 (top 3) 2013 (top 3) 2014 (top 10), 2015 (top 3) Washington Post Ranking: 2010 (3), 2011 (3), 2012 (1), 2013 (1), 2014 (2), 2015 (2) US Lacrosse All-Americans: 6 Washington Post 1st Team ALL-METS: 8 WCAC 1st Team ALL-League Players: 31 WCAC Player of the Year: 3 Washington Post Player of the Year: 3 Since Coach O’Neill took over the lacrosse program the Eagles captured their first WCAC championship since 1998 in his third season at the helm in 2010 and have put together SIX straight championship seasons. The program’s national and local ranking has been rising year after year and in just his fifth year, Gonzaga became the number one team in the Washington Post for the first time ever and backed that up again in 2013. Coach has also sent over 60 players in the last eight years to go play college lacrosse. Casey graduated from Gonzaga in 1996 playing midfield on the varsity for three years beginning as a freshman and winning a WCAC championship in 1993. Coach was an All-WCAC player but missed out on playing his senior year due to a torn ACL while playing running back for the Football Eagles. Despite the injury he was an elected lacrosse captain his senior year. Coach also played basketball for two years and football for three years at Gonzaga. Coach O’Neill went on to play Division One lacrosse at Lehigh University, where they won a Patriot League championship in 1999, were ranked nationally in the top 20 several times and he was the Team Coach’s Award winner in 2000. He graduated in 2000 with a degree in journalism and has worked at Gonzaga for 13 years and is the current Assistant Athletic Director (9 years). Coach O’Neill runs the Purple Eagle Lacrosse Camps and works with various youth lacrosse programs around the area. He is also the chairman for the US Lacrosse Potomac Chapter and proud member of the DC High School Lacrosse Coaches Association (DC Classic). His program at Gonzaga has also supported and assisted many local and national charities including Children’s Hospital ($160,000 raised thru “Be Brave and Shave”) and partnerships with US soldier units in the Middle East (just under 2,000 care packages sent in 8 years). Coach O’Neill’s father, Brendan O’Neill Sr. ‘60, started the lacrosse program at Gonzaga back in 1985 and his brother, Brendan Jr. ‘86, was on that inaugural team. Casey, his wife Erica, and their children Cole, Chloe and Claire live in Silver Spring, MD.

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ASSISTANT VARSITY COACH Andrew Battaile ’90 Coach Battaile is now in his 17th year of coaching with the Gonzaga Lacrosse Program and has served on levels of the program including Head JV Purple coach for two years. Andrew has specialized with the goalies and defense during his coaching tenure and brings many years of coaching experience from all levels. Coach Battaile graduated from Gonzaga in 1990, lettering in football, lacrosse, and rugby. On the lacrosse field, he played goalie for the Eagles. He went on to Georgetown University, where he played club lacrosse and rugby. He graduated with honors in 1994 with a major in English and a minor in History. Coach Battaile is Gonzaga’s Dean of Admissions and also is a Co-Director of the Purple Eagle Lacrosse Camp. In his two season as head coach of the JV Purple, the team has a 21-7 overall record and remained undefeated in WCAC league play. Coach Battaile was named the 2010 US Lacrosse Potomac Chapter Assistant Coach of the Year. He and his wife and two children live Hyattsville, MD.

ASSISTANT VARSITY COACH Jeff King Jeff King, a Long Island native, graduated from MacArthur High School in 2002 where he played football, basketball and lacrosse. During his senior year he received All-County and Honorable Mention All America honors in football and lacrosse, respectively. King continued his lacrosse career at Lehigh University where he served as captain for three years. During his sophomore year he made the transition from midfield to defense. Jeff was a three time All-Patriot League selection at defense and was awarded the Defensive Player of the Year in the Patriot League in 2006. He was voted Athlete of the Year for two consecutive years by his teammates and received the Outstanding Leadership Award by the Lehigh Athletics Dept. After Lehigh, Jeff took his architecture degree and moved to Alexandria, VA. Currently Jeff works for The Clark Construction Group as a Project Manager. In his spare time he works with Blackwolf Lacrosse in the Northern VA. Coach King will enter his 7th year full time with the varsity as the defensive coordinator. In 2012 Jeff was voted as the US Lacrosse Potomac Chapter Assistant Coach of the Year. He and his wife Geneva live in Alexandria, VA.


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 VARSITY COACHES ASSISTANT VARSITY COACH Nick Hayman ’96 Coach Hayman enters his ninth year coaching on Eye Street. He played at Gonzaga where he was a varsity starter at attack. He then went on to play at Bridgton Academy for a P.G. year. Coach Hayman followed that up to play Division I lacrosse at Boston College where he started as a midfielder in his sophomore and junior years, and at attack as a senior. He graduated in 2001 with a degree in economics. Nick has also served as the head coach for Fort Hunt (U 15) in the NVYLL. He and his wife Kim and their two daughters and one son live in Northwest DC. Coach Hayman works with middies and runs the box on the sideline.

ASSISTANT VARSITY COACH Thomas Alford (St. Alban’s ’03) Gonzaga Lacrosse is happy to have Thomas Alford join the varsity staff again for his eighth season. Coach played for the University of Maryland 2003-07 as a stalwart face-off midfielder for the Terps. While at Maryland, his teams won back-to-back ACC titles and final four appearances in 2004-2005. At St. Albans School, Coach Alford was a captain in both Football and Lacrosse. He received Honorable Mention All-Met and All-IAC awards. Thomas received two degrees from the University of Maryland, was also on the Dean’s List seven consecutive semesters, and was named to the All-ACC Academic Team three years in a row. As a senior he was given the “Be the Best” award for strength and conditioning. When he’s not coaching, he is supporting local DC initiatives like So Others might Eat and Collegiate Directions. In addition to earning his MBA from Johns Hopkins University, Coach Alford works for a tech startup. Coach Alford works with the middies, offense, face-offs, and man-up.

ASSISTANT VARSITY COACH John Schlegel ’01 Coach Schlegel is excited to be back on Eye Street helping out with the Lacrosse Program. He graduated from Gonzaga in 2001 after three years of being a varsity starting attackman and senior captain. He left Gonzaga as the all time leader in goals. Coach Schlegel went on to Ohio Wesylan where he was a two-year capatain, three-time All-American and two-time NCAC player of the year. John ranks third all time in goals and fifth all time in points at OWU. He played in the prestigious North/South All-star game and was drafted by the Chicago Machine in MLL after graduation. John currently works as the Director of Corporate Services for First Service Real Estate Advisors and he and his wife and family live in NW Washington. John is part-time and works with attack and offense.

ASSISTANT VARSITY COACH Shane Twomey ’88

Coach Twomey is back for his 5th season on Eye Street coaching lacrosse. As a member of the class of 1988, he actually began playing at Division III Virginia Wesleyan and was a three-time captain, team mvp and all-conference selection as a goalie. After college his lacrosse career just started rolling as he played professional lacrosse for the Baltimore Thunder and Washington Power in the NLL from 1995-2001 and helped lead Baltimore to a World Championship game in 1998. He also played for the New Jersey Pride in the MLL from 2003-2004. From 1994-2002 he also played for Maryland Lacrosse Club and Capital Lacrosse Club. He was a two-time ALL USCLA goalie and in 2002 was awarded the Krongard Award by US Lacrosse and the National Hall of Fame. This is the highest honor an active player can receive. In 2000 was selected as one of the top 12 goalies and top 120 players to participate in initial combine and showcase for MLL (Major League Lacrosse). Since 2001 to present, Shane has been coaching youth lacrosse in Northern VA. He has also coached at Marymount University from 1994-1998, where he assisted the new program and made it nationally ranked in four years. In 2004 Shane also assisted at Landon. He currently lives in Reston, VA with his wife Beth and four sons and is the owner and director of UnRuly Sports. Coach Twomey works with the goalies and defense.

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W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 VARSITY COACHES ASSISTANT VARSITY COACH Jesse Miller

Jesse Miller is entering his 4th season with the Gonzaga Varsity Men’s Lacrosse team. Before coming to Gonzaga, Miller spent six seasons as an assistant volunteer coach with the Georgetown Hoyas men’s varsity lacrosse team. Jesse primarily worked with the faceoff personnel, and he also managed the substitution box in 2012. Before coaching at Georgetown, Miller spent two years as a graduate assistant coach at Tufts University in Massachusetts. While at Tufts, he served as the team’s defensive coordinator in 2005, directed the team’s recruiting efforts, and assisted with fundraising and other team events. During his time as the graduate assistant, Miller earned a master’s degree of engineering in chemical engineering in 2006. Jesse and former Georgetown and Gonzaga coach, Matt Rienzo, founded Be The Best Lacrosse (www.bethebestlacrosse. com) in 2012. Be The Best Lacrosse is an online instructional video series. Coach Miller has also coached youth lacrosse each fall for Breakout Lacrosse since 2008. Coach Miller has worked full-time as a chemical engineer for the Environmental Protection Agency since 2007. A four-year letter winner at Tufts, Miller earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering in 2004. As a player, Miller helped lead the Jumbos to a No.10 national ranking and a 13-3 record as a senior in 2004 and to a No. 20 national ranking and an 11-5 mark in 2003. In 2004, Miller was selected to play in the North-South All-Star Game, and he was also an honorable mention All-New England selection. Coach Miller helps run the offense, man-up and coach the attack, middies and lsm’s.

ASSISTANT VARSITY COACH Billy Glading ‘99 The Eagles are very excited to get Coach Billy Glading back on Eye Street. Coach Glading is a 1999 graduate of Gonzaga. As a four-year starter on Gonzaga’s varsity lacrosse team, Billy earned All-American and All-Met Player of the Year honors while helping Gonzaga to two WCAC Titles. He continued on to play at The University of Virginia where, as a Midfielder, he helped guide UVA to three Final Four appearances and a 2003 National Championship in his senior year. At Virginia, Billy earned All-American honors, as well as ACC Tournament MVP and Virginia Team MVP honors. Billy’s highlight game came in the form of a 5-goal performance against rival Duke University in the 2003 ACC Championship Game. In 2004, Billy made the Virginia Men’s Basketball Team as a walk-on and played one season as a Point Guard for Coach Pete Gillen. Following college, Billy was drafted into the MLL (Major League Lacrosse) and played a total of five seasons with the Boston Cannons and Washington Bayhawks. Billy ended his professional career with a 2010 MLL Championship. Billy has continued to coach at the high school level in various capacities. He spent two years as an assistant on the Gonzaga varsity staff prior to moving to Nashville, TN and coaching two years at Montgomery Bell Academy. Most recently, Billy has spent the last three years coaching the Green Turtle DC club team in the Fall and Summer. Billy lives in Rockville, MD and runs a career education website, CandidCareer.com. Coach Glading will work with every aspect of the Eagles team.

The Gonzaga Lacrosse Community acknowledges with great admiration and appreciation the continued and generous support of our sponsors: The Acumen Group CFI Group-US The Christopher Family Francis J. Collins Funeral Home, Inc. The Erik S. Kristensen Eye Street Klassic The McCaleb Family The Stoever Family The Urgo Family 8 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 JUNIOR VARSITY COACHES HEAD JV COACH Matthew Duffy Gonzaga Lacrosse is happy to welcome Coach Matthew Duffy back for his 5th season as head JV coach. In his first four seasons he has a record of 42-14. Coach Duffy started coaching in high school during a service project with a local clinic soccer program. In the 18 years since that time, he has coached several different sports, both men’s and women’s. A unanimous First-Team All-Conference goalie for DeMatha, Duffy played club at the University of Maryland, winning a national title freshman year, followed by two-straight Final Four appearances. He served as a JV assistant coach at both DeMatha and Georgetown Visitation, becoming the head JV coach at Visitation after his second year, recording a record of 11-1. Matt is also an art teacher at Gonzaga.

ASSISTANT JV COACH Peter Kusek ‘96 Peter Kusek returns to Eye Street with over thirty years of lacrosse experience. While at Gonzaga, Peter was a two-time All-WCAC selection at Attack - Honorable Mention junior year and First-team senior year. He was a three-time letterman in lacrosse and had over seventy career points with an even split between goals and assists. Peter went on to play club at the University of Virginia, and he graduated in 2000 with a BA in Economics and Government. After working in finance in New York, he started a privatelyheld real estate development and investment advisory firm in 2004. He continues in that role as Managing Partner and lives in NW Washington, DC.

2016 FRESHMAN COACHES HEAD FRESHMAN COACH Conor Catliota ’03 This is Coach Catliota’s ninth year of coaching with the Gonzaga Lacrosse Program and seventh as the Head Freshman Coach. Last year, Coach Catliota led the Freshman Eagles to a 8-5 record (he has recorded two undefeated seasons in six years). His overall coaching record is an outstanding 67-13. Six years ago Conor worked with our JV offense guiding the Eagles to a 21-7 record over a two-year span. Coach Catliota graduated from Gonzaga in 2003, lettering in lacrosse and ice hockey. On the field, he played attack for three years on varsity for the Eagles. While attending Dickinson College, he played one year of varsity lacrosse, one year of club lacrosse, and two years of club ice hockey. During his senior year, Conor was the Co-Founder and Vice-President of Dickinson’s club lacrosse team. He graduated in 2007 with a major in Law and Policy.

ASSISTANT FRESHMAN COACH Robby Dunn-Bernstein Gonzaga Lacrosse is very excited to welcome Coach Dunn-Bernstein. Robby was born and raised in Portland, Oregon where he began playing lacrosse in middle school and later became the Head Coach of his childhood team in 2010. In high school he played for the state of Oregon, and continued to play for club teams while in college. After graduating from the University of Oregon with a BA in Political Science, Robby went on to pursue a Masters degree in Israel where he studied Counter-Terrorism and Homeland Security. While living in Israel, Robby played for Israel’s national lacrosse team and the Tel Aviv club team, playing abroad in the European Lacrosse Championships as well United States. Robby is currently a security analyst working in Washington DC.

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George Christopher

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George is in his fourth season as a varsity goalie and third year starting. He will play at Dartmouth next year and is a 2016 team captain. He is a complete goalie with unreal focus, leadership, work ethic and athleticism. George was the WCAC 1st Team goalie in 2015.

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Gary Pierpont

3

Gary is a two-year varsity lacrosse attackman heading to play at Wingate. He is smart, quick and very crafty on the lacrosse field. Gary can finish with the best of them, understands the game and is an ultimate teammate the coaches love!

Hunter Golian

9

Hunter is a three-year varsity middie and face-off specialist heading to play at Denison. He is smart, athletic and tough as nails. His energy and gritty style is absolutely what this team needs. He can run the field, pick groundballs and finish. The coaching staff loves his game and determination.

Sam Offutt

5

Sam is in his second season with the varsity Eagles as a middie after transferring. He will play at Virginia next year. He possesses amazing vision, play making ability, leadership and overall one of the most complete players on the roster that the Eagles are blessed to have. ALL WCAC middie in 2015.

Luke McCaleb

16

Luke is a three-year varsity attackman, two-time team captain and will play at Brown next year. His skill set at the attack position covers all: Scoring, assisting, riding, toughness and leadership. 2nd Team attack WCAC in 2015, varsity football captain/1st Team All-League defensive back and an incredible young man.


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 VARSITY SENIORS

Mikey Stanton

18

Mikey is a three-year varsity attackman and heading to play at High Point. He is one of the strongest players on the field, incredible scoring ability, toughness and work ethic that goes unmatched. One of the top pure attackmen the Eagles have had in the program.

Teddy Joaquin

28

Teddy is a two-year varsity defenseman still undecided on his college choice. He is very big, smart, athletic, covers a lot of ground and very smooth. Teddy has natural ability on the lacrosse field with stick skills, timing checks and field awareness. He also displays a wonderful character that the team and coaches love!

Nick McEvoy

21

Nick is a three-year varsity lacrosse midfielder and face-off player, team captain and headed to play at Penn State. He has amazing strength, grit, speed and athleticism. He can do anything on the field and is a returning 1st Team WCAC All-League player. Nick was also a varsity football starter on defense and ALL League player.

Robbie Omelchenko

29

Robbie is a two-year varsity defenseman heading to play football at William & Mary. He is a gifted athlete with great size, strength, toughness and power. A wonderful young man who makes the Eagles better. Robbie was a starting 3rd Team ALL League varsity football defensive lineman as well.

Matthew Mulligan

27

Matt is a two-year varsity defenseman heading to play at Washington & Lee. Powerful and smart defender with incredible presence on the field. Matt was also an ALL League 2nd Team linebacker in football and will be a major factor in the success of the Eagles defense.

Ryan Finlay

30

Ryan is a three-year varsity defenseman heading to play at Brown next year. The ultimate top shut down defender with pure skill, positioning, leverage and will complete his assignment day in and day out. Ryan is a returning 1st Team WCAC ALL League player and outstanding young man. EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 11


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 VARSITY SENIORS

Avery Myers

33

Avery is a four-year varsity lacrosse middie, team captain and headed to play at Michigan. One of the quickest, strongest and most athletic players on the field with unbelievable scoring ability. He is a returning 2nd Team WCAC All-League player with great leadership, determination and love for the game.

Stephen Ricci

Stephen is a two-year varsity middie still undecided on his college of choice. He is one of fastest players on the field with pure instincts on the defensive end and restraining line to restraining line awareness. Gb’s, toughness, scoring threat and pure speed make up his game. Stephen was also a varsity soccer player.

Henry Chastain

38

Henry is a four-year varsity defenseman, two time team captain and headed to play at Maryland. Powerful checks, unreal foot quickness, vocal defensive leader and smooth. Henry is also an ice hockey captain and returning WCAC 2nd team ALL League lacrosse defender. One of best leaders there is. 12 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL

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Ben Brown

36

Ben is a two-year varsity middie still undecided on his college of choice. He is one of hardest working players we have and tops of the chart in character. A natural scoring threat with incredible work ethic each and every day that makes the Eagles midfield deep and dangerous.

Charlie Stoever

40

Charlie is a two-year varsity lacrosse middie still undecided on his college choice. He is one of the most loved players on the team with great size and ability. He can let his shot go from anywhere on the offensive end and is a natural goal scorer. The coaches have noticed a huge jump in his game and can’t wait for his impact.


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 VARSITY UNDERCLASSMEN

Jack Keating

1

Kevin Thompson 11

Luke Gilday

17

Joey Murphy

24

Jack Myers

Sam Sweeney

6

Will Roeder

7

Charlie Lynch

10

Connar Mulcahy 12

Ben Barbour

13

Ben Finlay

14

Brendan Alt

15

Brian Townsend 19

Sutter Urgo

20

PJ Zinsner

22

Nick Yano

26

Matthew Back

31

Kyle Borda

4

25

Drake Schaffner 23

Jack Kavanagh

32

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W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 VARSITY UNDERCLASSMEN

Kurt Bruun

34

Tim Marcille

37

Will Rock

39

Maguire Dilenge 41

PHOTO BY STONE PHOTOGRAPHY

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W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 VARSITY TEAM NUMBER NAME 1 Jack Keating

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41

Kyle Newman-Smith Gary Pierpont Jack Myers Sam Offutt Sam Sweeney Will Roeder George Christopher * Hunter Golian Charlie Lynch Kevin Thompson Connar Mulcahy Ben Barbour Ben Finlay Brendan Alt Luke McCaleb * Luke Gilday Mikey Stanton Brian Townsend Sutter Urgo Nick McEvoy * PJ Zinsner Drake Schaffner Joey Murphy Kyle Borda Nick Yano Matthew Mulligan Teddy Joaquin Robbie Omelchenko Ryan Finlay Matthew Back Jack Kavanagh Avery Myers * Kurt Bruun Stephen Ricci Ben Brown Tim Marcille Henry Chastain * Will Rock Charlie Stoever Maguire Dilenge

POS. YEAR

HT./WT.

HOMETOWN

att def att att mid def def goalie mid att mid goalie mid def att att mid att mid att mid mid def def mid mid def def def def goalie mid mid att mid mid goalie def def mid mid

5’9”/165 6’2”/195 6’0”/170 6’4”/185 5’11”/180 5’11”/165 5’11”/170 6’2”/190 5’10”/165 6’4”/205 5’10”/165 6’0”/180 6’1”/180 5’11”/170 6’0”/190 5’11”/185 6’1”/175 5’9”/190 5’11”/170 6’0”/185 5’11”/185 5’10”/165 6’3”/195 6’0”/175 6’1”/175 5’11”/175 5’11”/200 6’5”/210 6’4”/225 6’0”/180 5’11”/170 5’11”/170 6’3”/190 5’11”/170 5’11”/170 6’0”/175 5’9”/165 5’11”/175 6’4”/210 6’3”/195 5’9”/170

Falls Church, VA Washington, DC Huntingtown, MD Bethesda, MD Arlington, VA Edgewater, MD Vienna, VA Bethesda, MD Centreville, VA Bethesda, MD Bethesda, MD Arlington, VA Rockville, MD Oakton, VA Bethesda, MD Chevy Chase, MD Kensington, MD Washington, DC Silver Spring, MD Bethesda, MD Bethesda, MD Alexandria, VA Ashburn, VA Chevy Chase, MD Kensington, MD Vienna, VA Potomac, MD Washington, DC Darnestown, MD Oakton, VA Annapolis, MD Bethesda, MD Alexandria, VA Chevy Chase, MD Alexandria, VA Edgewater, MD Great Falls, VA Alexandria, VA McLean, VA Bethesda, MD Great Falls, VA

junior senior senior soph senior frosh junior senior senior junior junior junior soph frosh junior senior junior senior junior soph senior frosh soph junior soph junior senior senior senior senior frosh frosh senior frosh senior senior frosh senior junior senior soph

* Captains

HEAD COACH: Casey O’Neill ‘96 (9th season) ASSISTANTS: Jeff King, Jesse Miller, Andrew Battaile ‘90, Thomas Alford, Shane Twomey ‘88, Nick Hayman ‘96, John Schlegel ‘01 & Billy Glading ‘99 EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 15


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M

HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER Penny Lynch

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Colleen Emory

VARSITY MANAGER Myles Washington

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SPEED COACH Blair O’Donovan

STRENGTH COACH Milton Yates


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 VARSITY SCHEDULE DAY DATE OPPONENT

SITE

R E G U L A R

TIME

S E A S O N

Monday

March 7

Bullis (IAC)

Home

4:30 pm

Thursday

March 10

McDonogh (MIAA)

Home

3:00 pm

Saturday

March 12

St. Albans (IAC) 8th Annual DC Lacrosse Classic

St. Albans

1:00 pm

Friday

March 18

Dallas Jesuit (TX)

Brophy Prep (AZ)

6:00 pm

Saturday

March 19

St. Ignatius (CA)

Brophy Prep (AZ)

11:00 am

Tuesday

March 22

Ireton

Away

4:30 pm

Thursday

March 24

Culver (IN)

Home

1:00 pm

Tuesday

March 29

Boys Latin (MIAA)

Home

4:00 pm

Friday

April 1

Georgetown Prep (IAC)

Home

4:30 pm

Tuesday

April 5

Paul VI

Home

4:00 pm

Saturday

April 9

Haverford (PA)

Away

1:00 pm

Tuesday

April 12

Landon (IAC)

Away

4:30 pm

Friday

April 15

Good Counsel

Away

6:00 pm

Tuesday

April 19

DeMatha

Home

4:00 pm

Saturday

April 23

Fordham Prep (NY)

Home

10:00 am

Monday

April 25

St. Mary’s Ryken

Home

4:00 pm

Thursday

April 28

O’Connell

Away

4:00 pm

Saturday

April 30

St. John’s

Home

12:00 pm

W C A C

P L A Y O F F S

Tuesday

May 3

WCAC Quarter-finals

TBD TBA

Thursday

May 5

WCAC Semi-finals

TBD TBA

Monday

May 9

WCAC Championship

Univ. of MD Ludwig Field

TBA

HEAD COACH: Casey O’Neill ’96

EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 17


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 JUNIOR VARSITY

Ben Teipe

1

Conor O’Leary

3

Josh Gale

4

Robbie Mangas

6

Andrew Skibbie

7

Graham Fellows

8

Nick Mulholland

9

Jack Raymond

10

Chris Wall

11

Aidan Duffey

12

Matthew Yu

16

Sawyer Jones

18

Mick Gormley

19

Matt Walter

21

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Timothy Saunders 22


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 JUNIOR VARSITY

Ethan Wolak

23

Dan Mulligan

24

Dylan Jacobs

28

Brian Goodson

30

Nick DeChristopher 26

Riley Peterson

32

EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 19


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM NUMBER NAME POS.

1 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 16 18 19 21 22 23 24 26 28 30 32

Ben Teipe Conor O’Leary Josh Gale Robbie Mangas Andrew Skibbie Graham Fellows Nick Mulholland Jack Raymond Chris Wall Aidan Duffey Matthew Yu Sawyer Jones Mick Gormley Matt Walter Timothy Saunders Ethan Wolak Dan Mulligan Nick DeChristopher Dylan Jacobs Brian Goodson Riley Peterson Malik Bridgeman

HEAD COACH: Matt Duffy ASSISTANT: Peter Kusek ‘96

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goal att. goal def. att. att. mid. mid. def. mid. mid. mid. mid. def. mid. mid. def. def. def. mid. def. mgr.

YEAR

So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So.


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE DAY

DATE OPPONENT

R E G U L A R Saturday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Saturday Tuesday Friday Tuesday Monday Thursday Saturday Tuesday

March 12 March 15 March 16 March 23 March 29 April 5 April 9 April 12 April 15 April 19 April 25 April 28 April 30 May 3

St. Stephen’s Mount St. Joe’s Loyola Blakefield Ireton Boys Latin Paul VI Georgetown Prep Bullis Good Counsel DeMatha St. Mary’s Ryken O’Connell St. John’s Landon

SITE TIME

S E A S O N Home Away Home Away Away Home Home Away Away Home Home Away Home Away

11:00 am 4:30 pm 4:00 pm 4:30 pm 4:15 pm 5:30 pm 10:00 am 4:30 pm 4:00 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 10:00 am 5:30 pm

HEAD COACH: Matt Duffy

PHOTO BY STONE PHOTOGRAPHY

EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 21


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 FRESHMAN TEAM

Jack Andrews

1

Hews Hyre

2

Cole O’Neill

7

Jackson Phillips

8

Brian Collins

12

Gavin Farley

Liam Keough

17

Jack Lavan

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Henry Blackwood 4

Max Iseler

5

9

Daniel Adams

10

Joseph Aldridge 11

13

Julien Giscombe 14

Piers Grennan

15

Will Hammond

16

18

Quinn Mahoney 19

Henry Mudlaff

20

Ian Russell

21

Max Whittier

Jason Malone

6


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 FRESHMAN TEAM

Donovan Seher

22

Harrison Sousa

23

Connor Tait

24

Ryan Vigilante

25

Henry Barbour

26

Daniel Beggy

27

Maclen Bonavita 28

John Butler

29

David Giannini

30

Andrew Gonella 31

JP Mastal

32

Brendan Munter 33

Jack Munz

34

Connor O’Malley 35

Brandon Pierpont 36

Ben Rogers

37

George Schlesinger 38

Matty Thompson 39 EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 23


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 FRESHMAN TEAM NUMBER NAME POS. 1 Jack Andrews goal 2 Hews Hyre goal 3 Matt Back goal

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Tim Marcille Henry Blackwood Max Iseler Jason Malone Cole O’Neill Jackson Phillips Max Whittier Daniel Adams Joseph Aldridge Brian Collins Gavin Farley Julien Giscombe Piers Grennan Will Hammond Liam Keough Jack Lavan Quinn Mahoney Henry Mudlaff Ian Russell Donovan Seher Harrison Sousa Connor Tait Ryan Vigilante Henry Barbour Daniel Beggy Maclen Bonavita John Butler David Giannini Andrew Gonella JP Mastal Brendan Munter Jack Munz Connor O’Malley Brandon Pierpont Ben Rogers George Schlesinger Matty Thompson

HEAD COACH: Conor Catliota ASSISTANT: Robby Dunn-Bernstein

24 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL

goal att att att att att att mid mid mid mid mid mid mid mid mid mid mid mid mid mid mid mid def def def def def def def def def def def def def def FRESHMAN MANAGER Beau Wallace


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M 2016 FRESHMAN SCHEDULE DAY

DATE OPPONENT

R E G U L A R Tuesday Friday Saturday Wednesday Thursday Thursday Wednesday Saturday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday

March 15 March 18 March 19 March 23 March 24 March 24 March 30 April 2 April 5 April 6 April 13 April 16 April 20 April 23

Bullis (JV) St. Albans (JV) Westfield (JV) St. Mary’s Annapolis Spalding Old Mill (JV) McDonogh Oakton (JV) Episcopal (JV) Landon Mount St. Joe’s St. John’s St. Stephen’s (JV) Georgetown Prep

SITE TIME

S E A S O N Home Away Home Home Away Spalding Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home

4:30 pm 4:00 pm 10:00 am 3:00 pm 3:00 pm 5:30 pm 4:30 pm 10:00 am 4:00 pm 5:00 pm 4:30 pm 10:00 am 4:30 pm 12:00 pm

HEAD COACH: Conor Catliota ’03

PHOTO BY STONE PHOTOGRAPHY

EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 25


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M PROGRAM HISTORY YEAR RECORD COMMENTS

YEAR RECORD COMMENTS

1985 2-13 1986 7-8 1987 1-15 1988 4-8 1989 7-5 1990 10-6 1991 9-5 1992 17-1 1993 12-6 1994 7-9 1995 9-8 1996 12-6 1997 14-4 1998 15-7 1999 12-7 2000 13-7 2001 10-13 2002 10-11 2003 13-9 2004 16-6 2005 11-7 2006 11-7 2007 10-10 2008 15-6

2009 9-12 2010 20-2 2011 19-3 2012 20-1 2013 19-2 2014 16-5 2015 18-3

Inaugural Season WALL B Quarterfinal Character Building WALL B Division 3rd Place WMAC Record: 3-2 WMAC Record: 5-1 Coach Bahor: Coach of the Year WMAC Semifinal WMAC Record: 6-1 WMAC Semifinal WMAC Record: 7-0 WMAC Season Champs WMAC Tournament Champs Sean Moller: All-American Coach Bahor: Coach of the Year WMAC Record 6-1 WMAC Champs Matt Reinzo: All-Metro WMAC Record 5-3 WMAC Semifinal WCAC Record: 7-1 WCAC Semifinal WCAC Record: 9-2 WCAC Final Rank 14th Washington Post Poll WCAC Record: 9-1 WCAC Champion Rank 10th Washington Post Poll WCAC Record: 10-0 WCAC Champion Rank 16th Washington Post Poll WCAC Record: 8-2 WCAC Final Billy Glading: All American WCAC Record: 8-2 WCAC Final WCAC Record: 7-3 WCAC Final WCAC Record: 7-3 WCAC Semifinal Connor McCarthy: Season scoring record WCAC Record: 9-2 WCAC Final Dave Doughty: WCAC Coach of the Year Brendan Callahan: WCAC Player of the Year WCAC Record: 9-2 WCAC Final Rank 9th Washington Post Poll WCAC Record: 8-2 WCAC Final WCAC Record: 8-3 WCAC Final WCAC Record: 7-3 Semifinal WCAC Record: 7-3 WCAC Semifinal. 3-0 in overtimes

WCAC record 7-3 WCAC Semifinal Chris May 1st team ALL-MET WCAC record 12-0 WCAC Champs Chris May: All American and 1st Team ALL-MET Coach O’Neill: Coach of the Year National Ranking and Washington Post Top 3 WCAC record 11-0 WCAC Champs David Planning and Connor Reed 1st Team ALL-MET David Planning: All American Coach O’Neill: Co-Coach of the Year National Ranking and Washington Post Top 3 WCAC record 11-0 WCAC Champs Connor Reed: WCAC Player of the Year and All-American Connor Reed and Luke Miller: 1st Team ALL-MET Coach O’Neill: Coach of the Year Top 2 National Ranking and Washington Post #1 WCAC record 11-0 WCAC Champs Alex Corboy: Washington Post Player of Year and All-American Matt Borda: 1st Team ALL-MET and All- American Top 3 National Ranking and Washington Post #1 WCAC Record 10-0 WCAC Champs Timmy Monahan: Washington Post 1st Team ALL-MET Top National Ranking and Washington Post #2 WCAC Record 10-0 WCAC Champs Timmy Monahan: Washington Post & WCAC Player of the Year, All American Ridge Slater: US Lacrosse Potomac Chapter Bob Scott Award Winner Top 5 National Ranking and Washington Post #2

ALL TIME WCAC RECORD Since 1987 • 217-41 Ten Time WCAC CHAMPS: 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015

26 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M GONZAGA LACROSSE ALUMNI • WHERE THEY PLAYED YEAR NAME

POS. SCHOOL

1986 J. B. Deerin Mid. Vanderbilt Club Tom Massey Mid. Holy Cross Brendan O’Neill Mid. Providence Mark Pattavina Def. Mt. St. Mary’s 1987 Joe McMahon Def. Georgia Tech Club 1988 Trey Vincent Mid. Colby 1989 Steve Brita Att. Providence Tom Carll Mid. Notre Dame Tom Lynch Def. Dartmouth 1990 Andrew Battaile Goal Georgetown Club Matt Abraham Att. Mt. St. Mary’s Nathan Cavanaugh Mid. Fordham Club Brian Green Mid. Roanoke Justin Mahlman Def. Virginia Paul Sassa Mid. Loyola Randy Stone Goal Scranton 1991 Paul Mason Mid. UMBC Mike Massey Mid. Holy Cross 1992 Doug Davidson JMU Club Alex Dessouky Def. Middlebury Justin Glasgow Providence Andy Jenkins Att. Washington & Lee (Two-time Div. III All-American) Tim Maier Mid. Vanderbilt Club Sean Moller Att. Notre Dame Ted Perez Att. Loyola Club Tucker Quayle Lehigh David Weeda Mid. Fairfield Tony Wheeler Mid. Fairfield 1993 Pat Abraham Mid. Mt. St. Mary’s Brian Crawford Goal Lehigh Mark Decker Att. William & Mary Club John McHugh Mid Loyola Club Matt Rienzo Def. Georgetown

(Div. I All-American)

1994

New Hampshire Dickinson Hamilton St. Joseph Mt. St. Mary’s Washington College Gettysburg Duke

Peter Sommers Chad Stackhouse Chris Toomey Dave Trippett Tim Walsh Christan Wever Andrew Edgerton Ben Quayle

Att. Mid. Att. Att. Mid. Def. Mid. Mid.

YEAR NAME 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

POS. SCHOOL

Brendan O’Connell Def. Ben Winburn Tim Adelman Def. Sean Urgo Mid. Peter Flynn Mid. Eddie Costello Att. Joe DiPietro Mid. Mike Fisher Mid. Peter Kusek Att. Terry McHugh Bob Neary Def. Casey O’Neill Mid. Brendan Scanlon Att. Paul Sommers Goal Tony Valado Def. Alex Brick Att. Brian Driscoll Def. Shaun Duigman Att. Shawn Lopes Def. Tony Mendoza Mid. Brandon Meyer Def. Pat Sindelar Mid. Keith Urgo Mid. Marc Wilson Mid Joey Coleman Def. Brendan Coppinger Def. Bill Edwards Def. Lexie Lewis Mid. Jimmy Nalls Mid. Devin Ryan Mid. Michael Tarantino Mid. Michael Brant Mid. Pat Carmack Goal Ross Cutler Mid. Alex Evans Mid. Billy Glading Mid.

Hampden-Sydney Vanderbilt Club Franklin & Marshalll Ohio Wesleyan Villanova Bucknell Hampden-Sydney Lynchburg Virginia Club Providence Wheeling Jesuit Lehigh UCLA Club Boston College Club Loyola College Club Merchant Marine Acad University of Denver Vanderbilt Club Mass. Maritime Acad. VMI Muhlenberg Club Maryland Fairfield University Holy Cross Villanova Mt. St. Mary’s Virginia Club Lafayette Catholic Notre Dame Air Force Catholic Widener Merchant Marine Acad. Tennessee Club UVA

(Div. I All-American)

2000

Villanova Mary Washington Trinity College (CT) Washington College Lafayette Ohio State

Brendan McBride Jamie Test Bryce Baschuk Colin Cappadona Andrew Forbes Justin Lang

Def. Mid. Mid. Att. Mid. Goal

EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 27


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M GONZAGA LACROSSE ALUMNI • WHERE THEY PLAYED YEAR NAME

POS. SCHOOL

2000 John Leubecker Mount St. Mary’s Michael Oristian Def. Randolph-Macon Sean Philbin Mid. Villanova Eric Ruffer Def. Denison 2001 John Cannon Mid. York Eddie Deegan Att. Hampden-Sydney John Schlegel Att. Ohio Wesleyan Tim Warren Goal Holy Cross Shane Wilkerson Mid. Brown 2002 Kevin Carbonell Mid. Manhattan Tom Marchetti Att. Wagner Connor McCarthy Att. Lehigh Mark Norton Mid. Dickinson Reid Swanson Mid. Denison Stefano Young Mid. MIT 2003 Tim Atkinson Att. Bridgton Academy Brendan Callahan Goal Stony Brook (Div. I All-American) Conor Catliota Mid. Dickinson Mark Dillon Mid. Providence John Eager Att. Wheeling Jesuit Broughan Fanning Def. Mary Washington Jack Kelley Att. Naval Academy Patrick Molloy Providence Bernie Nolan Mid. Dickinson Doug Smith Mid. Tufts Robby Walsh Def. Lehigh 2004 Brian Bausch Att. Xavier Club Sean Fay Mid. Fairfield Matt Greaney Mid. Miami of Ohio Club Andres McAlister Def. Ohio Wesleyan Andrew Moss Goal North Carolina Michael Preston Att. Andover Matt Schlegel Att. Ohio Wesleyan Brian Test Def. Ohio Wesleyan 2005 Michael Atkinson Att. Loyola Chad Dudley Mid. St. Joseph’s Josh Eager Mid. Wheeling Jesuit Zeke Eager Mid. Virginia Commonwealth Univ. Justin Johns Def. St. Joseph’s John McDonnell Def. Cornell University Sean McQuade Mid. Virginia Tech Sean Mitchum Def. West Point

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YEAR NAME 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

POS. SCHOOL

Matt O’Connor Att. Bruce Pyle Att. Andy Wassman Def. Pat Williams Def. Tim Barry Mid. Joey D’Avanzo Mid. Mike Duffy Mid. Charlie Gorman Att. Gabe Kelley Def. John Lewis Att. Kevin Murray Att. Jack Redmond Att. Brian Shea Mid. John Culver Mid. Sean Dinn Att. Chris Donato Def. Pat Manders Mid. Felipe McAlister Goal Chris Mitchell Def. Evan Seward Mid. Tyler Anderson Goal Pat Baer Att. Ryan Doyle Def. Victor Farr Def. Joe Johnson Att. Jimmy McGinnis Def. Tyler Schmutz Mid. Conor Baucum Goal Josh Furnary Mid. Taylor Hanley Mid. Steven Krawczyk Def. Nick Leon Att. Tony McDonnell Def. Peter McGrath Mid. Kevin Shea Mid. Chris May Conor Kenny Frank Kelly Tommy Healy Patrick Covino David Planning Kyle Bruun Reese Cassard

James Madison University Club Yale Mt. St. Mary’s St. Joseph’s Providence St. Joseph’s Dickinson St. Joseph’s Wesleyan St. Joseph’s Dickinson James Madison Penn State Trinity Navy Providence Lynchburg Stevens St. Mary’s College of Maryland Kings College Catholic Roanoke Catholic Trinity Scranton Virginia Wesleyan Hampden Sydney Penn State Mary Washington Air Force Susquehanna Dickinson Ursinus Mary Washington Catholic Georgetown Providence VMI Sewanee Virginia Tech Ohio State St. Joe’s St. Mary’s College of Maryland


W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M GONZAGA LACROSSE ALUMNI • WHERE THEY PLAYED YEAR NAME 2011 2012 2013

POS. SCHOOL

John Sullivan Rawley Loken Troy Bruning Peter Benziger Rick Battista Luke Miller Connor Reed Sean Whitcomb Eric Baumgardner Alex Rock Dennis Nalls Matt Bowman Maxen Haveles Cayman Sotudeh Max Planning Alex Corboy Joe Fitzpatrick Matt Borda Jack Slater Patrick Myers Daniel O’Berry

Catholic Santa Clara Elon Texas LSU Ohio State Johns Hopkins Mount St. Mary’s Denison High Point Georgia Army RPI Georgia Denver Fairfield Maryland Fairfield Bucknell Boston Univ. Bowdoin

YEAR NAME 2013 2014 2015

POS. SCHOOL

Drew Gordon Timmy Farrell Thomas Farrell Tyler Golian Jimmy Kuzma Jamie Bash Phil McCarthy Jake Mraz Mark Anstead Colin Riehl Luke Smith Peter Gilday Luke Vassos Ridge Slater Richie Petitbon Teddy Myers Timmy Monahan John Heckler Ben Forde Liam Fitzpatrick Michael Borda

Middlebury Ole Miss Denison Dickinson Roanoke Univ. of San Diego Georgia Tufts Detriot Mercy Marquette Lafayette South Carolina Marquette Cornell Alabama (football) Furman Maryland Roanoke Haverford College St. Joe’s Michigan

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Best Wishes for a Great Season! THE GOODSON FAMILY

Bert ’68 Brendan ’12 Brian ’18 (Kerry & Erin too!)

EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 31


G O S WAMPOODLE L ACROSSE A Warren on the field since 1993.

Chris Warren ’95 MIDDIE AND COACH

Tim Warren ’01

GOALIE AND COACH

Paul Warren ’68

PENALTY BOX OFFICIAL AND TIMER

GONZAGA LACROSSE REMEMBERS

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GO

EAGLES!

Love Mom, Dad, Johnny, and Caroline 34 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


GO GONZAGA

LACROSSE The Marcille Family Tim 2019

GO EAGLES! From The Keating Family Jack ’18 EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 35


Mater Dei School proudly supports Gonzaga Lacrosse! 9600 Seven Locks Blvd. Bethesda, MD 20817 www.materdeischool.net

36 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


Eagles Fly High!! GOOD LUCK IN 2016!

EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 37


Fly High GO GONZAGA

The Alt Family 38 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL

Brendan 2017


The Thompson Family proudly supports Gonzaga Lacrosse. Good luck to all the coaches and players.

GO EAGLES Kevin 2017 Matty 2019

EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 39


GonzaGa Lacrosse family & god...accountability...nEVER giVE uP

Since 1985

Annapolis Supports Gonzaga Lacrosse Sterritt Family

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GO EAGLES! The Aldridge Family GO EAGLES! 40 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL

Joey ‘19


MARIO BRUNO, Owner

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PROUDLY SUPPORTS 2016 GONZAGA LACROSSE TEAM

GO EAGLES!

THEN

For over 35 years, Lake Liberty Chevy Chase has been providing excellent automotive service to Chevy Chase, MD and the surrounding area. Mario has owned and operated Lake Liberty Chevy Chase since 1997 and Kensington Service Center since 2014.

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At Lake Liberty Chevy Chase and Kensington Service Center our customers are met with old-fashioned friendly service. Many of our technicians are ASE Technicians and service both domestic and foreign vehicles. In addition, our stations are both full-service where attendants pump the gas for you, wash your windshield and put air in your tires…what?

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SEND ROARS OF SUPPORT FOR A GREAT SEASON! holychild.org

TRANSWESTERN Proudly Supports

Gonzaga Lacrosse

PHILLIP M. MCCARTHY Executive Managing Director Market Leader 301.896.9011 phil.mccarthy@transwestern.com

KEITH A. FOERY Executive Managing Director Market Leader 301.896.9028 keith.foery@transwestern.com

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JOHN M. SCHLEGEL Executive Vice President Tenant Advisory Services 202.775.7032 john.schlegel@transwestern.com

www.transwestern.com COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE SERVICES Agency Leasing | Tenant Advisory | Property, Facility, & Construction Management | Research Investment Sales & Finance | Development


Good luck to Sam (’16) and all of Gonzaga Lacrosse!

The Offutt Family and TJO Company proudly support Gonzaga Lacrosse! Go Eagles! EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 43


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Crovato Services is Pleased to Support Gonzaga Lacrosse

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GO EAGLES The Barbour Family

Ben ’18

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FLY LIKE AN EAGLE! GO GONZAGA!

From The Wolak Family

Ethan ‘18

Go Gonzaga Lacrosse!

Good Luck, Eagles! 46 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


The Gonella Family Proudly Supports

GONZAGA EAGLES

LACROSSE

Best Wishes for a Great Season!

GO EAGLES! Andrew Gonella ‘19 & Geoff Gonella ‘15 EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 47


Iseler and Driggs Families

GO EAGLES!

For the Greater Glory! Gonzaga Lacrosse Eagles fly high and never give up! THE JOAQUIN FAMILY

Teddy ‘16 48 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


Eagles Fly High

Avery ’16

The Myers Family proudly supports Gonzaga Lacrosse

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GO EAGLES! Good luck on getting #7! Kyle Borda ’18 (Gonzaga Eagles)

Michael Borda ’15 (Michigan Wolverines)

Matt Borda ’13

(Fairfield Stags) 50 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL

The Borda Family


Keep reaching for

new heights!

GO EAGLES!

Go Eagles! The Munter Family

Brendan ‘19

Best Wishes for a Successful Season.

Go Eagles!

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CONGRATULATIONS #16!

GO EAGLES!

HAIL GONZAGA!

Best Wishes For A Great 2016 Season THE BARBOUR FAMILY

Henry ‘19

Will Hammond ‘19

Go Gonzaga! NEVER GIVE UP! THE LYNCH FAMILY

CHARLIE 2017

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GO GONZAGA

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EAGLES! The Vigilante Family

Ryan 2019

Go Mick ’18 The Gormleys EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 53


GO GONZAGA LACROSSE

The Finlay Family wishes the Eye Street lacrosse family another great season!

Ryan ‘16 Ben ‘19 54 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


The Eagle Lord Alfred Tennyson, 1809 - 1892

He clasps the crag with crooked hands; Close to the sun in lonely lands, Ringed with the azure world, he stands. The wrinkled sea beneath him crawls; He watches from his mountain walls, And like a thunderbolt he falls.

GOOD LUCK AND GO EAGLES! xo The Zinsner Family

Good Luck, Joey 2017!

GO EAGLES! Love, Mom, Dad, Amaya, Jonny and Lala EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 55


GO GONZAGA LACROSSE The Schaffner Family

Drake ‘18 Brock ‘20 “They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary.” ISAIAH 40:31

Never Give Up - God & Family Accountability

Eagles Fly High The Whittier Family is Proud to Support Gonzaga Lacrosse

Max 2019 56 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


Wheels Up BT!!

The The Townsend Townsend Family Family wishes wishes the the best best of of luck luck to to the the 2016 2016 Gonzaga Gonzaga Lacrosse Lacrosse teams! teams! EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 57


MATTHEW GILDAY VICE PRESIDENT

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Purchase n Refinance n Construction and renovation financing n Bridge financing available

Proud to Support Gonzaga Lacrosse

GO GONZAGA LACROSSE

The Yano Family 58 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL

Nick ‘17


“Best Wishes Gonzaga Lacrosse”

The Golian Family

Timothy Golian, D.D.S., P.C. Practice Limited to Endodontics

Go Gonzaga Lacrosse! The Tait Family

Dylan ‘88, Kimberly, Connor ‘19, & Regan

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Best of Luck, Class of 2019! From The Butlers

Jack ‘19 EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 59


Dan ’18

Matt ’16

The Mulligan Family proudly supports

GONZAGA LACROSSE

GO EAGLES!

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To Coach Cappadona (‘00) and Coach Forbes (‘00)Thank you for helping us Soar! Eagles Fly High! From Danny Adams ‘19, Jack Andrews ‘19, Henry Blackwood ‘19, Maclen Bonavita ‘19, Jack Butler ‘19, Brendan Munter ‘19, Ian Russell ‘19, Max Whittier ‘19

Best Wishes to All of the Gonzaga Lacrosse Teams for a Successful Season! THE SCHLESINGER FAMILY

George ‘19 EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 61


Kyle, Thank You and Gonzaga Lacrosse for 4 Amazing Years. Have a Great 2016!! LET’S GO EYE STREET!!! 62 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


O’LEARY

Go Eagles!

Best of luck on a great 2016 Lacrosse Season

The Kavanagh Family

Jack ‘2019

O’LEARY

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EAGLES O’LEARY FLY HIGH! Global Solutions

Good Luck to Gonzaga Lacrosse The Malone O’LEARY Family

Global (Taylor ‘08, Brady ‘13, Solutions Jason ‘19 and Paige Visi ‘11)

Global Solutions

Global Solutions GO GONZAGA Go Conor ‘18 O’LEARY Global Solutions

O’LEARY Global moleary@olearyglobalsolutions.com Solutions EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 63

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Best wishes for a great season!

The Teipe Family

Ben 2018

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“Hard Work and Perseverance Make Dreams Come True. Congratulations Will. Here’s to a Great Season with the Eagles.” Love, Mom and Zach (Dad too) The Roeder Family


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GO EAGLES

Fly High GO GONZAGA The Rogers Family Ben ‘19

Best wishes for a great season! From The O’Malley Family

Connor ‘19

GOOD LUCK ON A GREAT SEASON. GO GONZAGA LACROSSE! THE DUFFEY FAMILY AIDAN ‘18 66 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


GO EAGLES Brian Collins ‘19 Julien Giscombe 2019

Love, Uncle Smitty and Uncle Karl

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C om pl i m en t s o f

Sam Klukey 2019

THE BUCHANAN FAMILIES William B. Buchanan, Sr. (1905-88). . . . . . . . . Class of 1923 William B. Buchanan, Jr. (1936-85). . . . . . . . . Class of 1954 Henry M. Buchanan (1937-2013). . . . . . . . . . Class of 1955 Patrick J. Buchanan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 1956 James M. Buchanan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 1958 John E. Buchanan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 1966 Brian D. Buchanan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 1968 Thomas M. Buchanan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 1972 William E. Buchanan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 1988 James M. Buchanan, Jr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 1991 Michael J. Connolly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 1992 Edward P. Buchanan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 1996 Matthew A. Buchanan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 2001 William Buchanan-Jackson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 2001 Andrew W. Buchanan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 2002 Thomas Buchanan-Jackson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 2003 Stuart Buchanan-Jackson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 2005 Thomas M. Buchanan, Jr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 2007 James William Buchanan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 2011 Sam Clukey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class of 2019 68 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


Good luck Gonzaga Lacrosse

GO EAGLES!!

The Mahoney Family

Quinn ‘19

JACKSON PHILLIPS ‘19

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GO EA G LE S ! Liam Keough ‘19 EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 69


Henry, We are so proud of your accomplishments on and off the field for the past 4 years at Gonzaga ...

continue to soar like an Eagle!

LOVE, MOM, DAD, ROBERT, AND WILLIAM CHASTAIN 70 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


Go Gonzaga!

Timothy J. Greenan, MD Radiologist The Greenan Family

GO EAGLES! The Giannini Family David 2019 EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 71


Best Wishes for a Great Season GO EAGLES!

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Go Eagles! Go Gonzaga! From, The Back Family Matthew ‘19 Aidan ‘20 72 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


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The Greene Turtle Crew welcomes Coach Glading back to Eye Street!

Have a great senior season Luke! We are so proud of you and all your accomplishments. We will see you soon on the field, doing what you love to do.

GO EAGLES!! Love, Craig, Kara, Bryn, Kendall, Ty and Dylan EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 75


Best Wishes for a Great Season

THE URGO FAMILY (Don and Carolyn Urgo– Grandparents of Sutter ‘18, Parents of Kevin ‘87, Sean ‘95, Keith ‘97, and Ryan ‘98)

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Good Luck Gonzaga!

We are so proud of you, Chris!

GO JV EAGLES! The Jones Family

The Wall Family

Sawyer ‘18 EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 77


GO GONZAGA

LACROSSE

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Eagles Fly High The Omelchenko Family Mom, Dad, Lauren, Nicole

Robbie 2016 EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 79


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Fly high Eagles!

HERE’S TO 7 IN A ROW!

Go Gonzaga Lacrosse! The DiLenge Family

Maguire 2018 EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 81


Best of Luck on Another Great Season The Forbes Family

Good Luck to All of the Gonzaga Lacrosse Teams! Daniel Beggy ‘19 82 • GONZAGA COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL


Class of 2016

GO SENIORS!

GOOD LUCK EAGLES! EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 83


EYE STREET ALUMNI

The O’Berry Family is a proud supporter of Gonzaga Lacrosse!

GO EAGLES! Daniel ’13 Andrew & Brendan - Class of 2020 Eagles Fly High! GO GONZAGA!

Go Eagles! Ben Forde ’15 (Haverford Lacrosse)

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Mark Anstead ‘14

DETROIT TITANS


EYE STREET ALUMNI

DAVID PLANNING ’11

“Never Give Up,

Family & God, Accountability”

MAX PLANNING ’13

“Go Eagles -- Go Buckeyes -- Go Pioneers!!” EAGLES LACROSSE 2016 • 85


EYE STREET ALUMNI

SCORE!

ALUMNI: Nicolas, Christopher, Jameson

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W W W. G O N Z A G A L A C R O S S E . C O M INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Acumen Group......................................... 80 Aldridge Family........................................ 40 Alt Family................................................ 38 Anstead Family........................................ 84 Asmar, Schor and McKenna....................... 64 Back Family............................................. 72 Barbour Family (Henry)............................ 52 Barbour Family (Ben)............................... 45 Bash Family/Craig N. Bash, MD................. 86 Beggy Family........................................... 82 Bohler Engineering................................... 39 Boland & McCaleb Families....................... 49 Borda Family........................................... 50 Brown Family........................................... 75 Buchanan Families................................... 68 Butler Family........................................... 59 CFI Group-US......................................... IFC Chastain Family....................................... 70 Christopher Family.................................. IBC Class of 2016.......................................... 83 Class of 2019.......................................... 61 Collins Family.......................................... 67 Cornerstone Government Affairs................ 40 Crovato BG Services................................. 45 DiLenge Family........................................ 81 Dinsmore & Shohl.................................... 59 Dubliner Pub & Restaurant....................... 72 Duffey Family........................................... 66 Finlay Family........................................... 54 First Financial Group................................. 67 First Savings Mortgage............................. 58 Five Bridges............................................. 57 Forbes Family........................................... 82 Forde Family (Jonathan)............................ 32 Forde Family (Ben)................................... 84 Francis Collins Funeral Home................... IBC Gabriel Network....................................... 40 Giannini Family........................................ 71 Giscombe Family...................................... 67 Golian Family/Timothy Golian, DDS........... 59 Gonella Family......................................... 47

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Gonzaga Bookstore.................................. 74 Goodson Family....................................... 31 Gormley Family/Gormley Designs.............. 53 Greenan Family/Advanced MRI of Nassau.. 71 Greene Turtle Crew................................... 75 H & B Products........................................ 82 Hammond Family..................................... 52 Holy Child................................................ 42 Houser Family.......................................... 78 Irish Channel Restaurant........................... 78 Iseler & Driggs Families............................ 48 Joaquin Family......................................... 48 Jones Family............................................ 77 JLL.......................................................... 67 Kavanagh Family...................................... 63 Keating Family......................................... 35 Kens. Service Center & Lake Liberty CC..... 41 Keough Family/Contraqer......................... 69 Keppler Speakers..................................... 40 Kristensen Klassic.................................... IFC Kristensen Klassic.................................... IFC Lynch Family............................................ 52 Mahoney Family....................................... 69 Maier & Maier.......................................... 46 Malone Family......................................... 63 Marcille Family......................................... 35 Matan Family Foundation.......................... 44 Mater Dei School...................................... 36 May Construction Group........................... 82 McCaleb Family....................................... IBC McEvoy Family......................................... 65 Middleburg Real Estate Partners................ 53 Miller & Bruun Families............................ 51 Mudlaff Family......................................... 36 Mulligan Family....................................... 60 Munter Family.......................................... 51 Murphy Family......................................... 55 Myers Family........................................... 49 Nantucket Golf Club................................. 37 O’Berry Family......................................... 84 O’Donnell’s Market................................... 77

O’Leary Global Solutions.......................... 63 O’Malley Family....................................... 66 Omelchenko Family.................................. 79 O’Neill Development................................ 31 Offutt Family/ TJO Company...................... 43 Paperworks.............................................. 82 Payroll Network........................................ 35 Peterson Family........................................ 58 Petitbon Alarm Company.......................... 46 Phillips Family/KCCT................................ 69 Piermarini & Smith Families...................... 62 Pierpont Family........................................ 81 Pittinger Family........................................ 75 Planning Family....................................... 85 Ricci Family............................................. 45 Riehl, Slater & Vassos Families................... 87 Roeder Family.......................................... 64 Rogers Family.......................................... 66 Schaffner Family...................................... 56 Schlesinger Family.................................... 61 Skibbie Wealth Management..................... 51 Stanton Family......................................... 34 Sterritt Family.......................................... 40 Stoever Family/NACD.............................. IBC Stohlman Automotive Family..................... 30 Tait Family............................................... 59 Teipe Family............................................. 64 Thompson Family..................................... 39 Townsend Family...................................... 57 Transwestern............................................ 42 Urgo Family............................................. 76 Urgo Hotels & Resorts.............................. 33 Vigilante Family....................................... 53 Wall Family.............................................. 77 Warren Communications........................... 32 Whittier Family/First Home Mortgage......... 56 Williams & Rock Families.......................... 73 Wolak Family........................................... 46 Yano Family............................................. 58 Zinsner Family.......................................... 55


GO EAGLES The Stoever Family

Hank ‘10 Charlie ‘16

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GOOD LUCK GEORGE EAGLES FLY HIGH. NEVER GIVE UP!!


Thanks, Luke, for always going hard to the cage!

GOOD LUCK 2016 EAGLES, AND NEVER GIVE UP!

The McCalebs


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE TEN-TIME CHAMPION EAGLES

AMDG 1992 1993

JOHN MCHUGH CLASS OF 1993

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

1997 1998

TERRY MCHUGH CLASS OF 1996


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