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Table of Contents 2010 Baseball Media Guide Table of Contents

General Information

pg. 1 ...................................... Table of Contents pg. 2-3 ................................. About Stony Brook pg. 4-5 .................................. About Long Island pg. 6-7 ................ Student-Athlete Development pg. 8 ......................... America East Conference

2010 Seawolves Baseball pg. 9 ..................................... Seawolves Roster pg. 10-11 ................................. Season Preview pg. 12-13 ...................... Head Coach Matt Senk pg. 14 ............Assistant Coach, Michael Marron pg. 14 ...............Assistant Coach, Joe Pennucci pg. 14 ............Assistant Coach, Jordan Wyckoff pg. 15-27 .................................... Player Profiles

2009 Season in Review pg. 28 ....... 2009 America East League Leaders pg. 29 ......................................... 2009 Statistics

Seawolves History pg. 30-31 ...... Stony Brook Player Development pg. 32 ............... Single-Season Record Holders pg. 32 .......................All-Time Individual Honors pg. 33 ........................... Career Record Holders pg. 34 ................................Year-by-Year History pg. 34 ............................ Year-by-Year Statistics pg. 34 ..................................... Coaching History pg.35-38 ...........................Year-by-Year Results

Stony Brook Administration pg. 39 ........................ Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. pg. 40-41 .............Director of Athletics Jim Fiore pg. 42 .................. Stony Brook Sports Medicine

Credits: The 2010 SBU baseball media guide was written, designed and edited by Jeremy Cohen, Athletic Communications Assistant. Editorial assistance provided by Craig Schroeder and Adam Gutes, Athletic Communications Assistants. External cover designed Craig Schroeder, Jr. and Jeremy Cohen. Photos by Bob O’Rourk, Bruce Yeung, Michael York, Kevin Leonard, Moira Jones, Major League Baseball, NYC & Company - the Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Long Island Visitor’s Bureau. Printed by New York Press & Graphics in Albany, N.Y. Additional copies of this media guide can be obtained by writing the Athletic Communications Office, Stony Brook University, Sports Complex, Stony Brook, N.Y., 11794-3500 or by calling 631-632-6328.

GENERAL INFORMATION School:........................... Stony Brook University Location: ................................ Stony Brook, N.Y. Founded: ................................................... 1957 Enrollment: ............................................. 23,997 Nickname:......................................... Seawolves Colors: ................................Red, Blue and Grey Affiliation: ................................................NCAA I Conference: .................................. America East Field: ..........................................University Field Capacity ............................................... 1,000 Year Opened ......................................... 1990 President: .................. Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. Alma Mater: .............................. (Chicago ‘76) Athletics Director: ................................Jim Fiore Alma Mater: ...............................(Hofstra, ‘91) Sr. Assoc. AD/SWA:................. Donna Woodruff Alma Mater: ..................................(Penn, ‘90) Athletics Phone:.........................631-632-WOLF Ticket Office Phone: ..................631-632-WOLF BASEBALL HISTORY First Year of Baseball:................................ 1966 All-Time Record (42 seasons): 719-641-4 (.529) America East Tournament Titles (Last): 2 (2008) Last appearance................................... 2009 NCAA Tournaments: ........................................ 2 Last appearance ........................................ 2008 Result ......................NCAA Tempe Regional (Lost to Arizona State, Vanderbilt) All-time NCAA record ....................1-6 (.143)

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Collegiate Seasons ...............................................42 First Baseball Season........................................1966 2009 Overall Record: .......................................29-23 2009 Conference Record/Finish .................14-10/3rd Head Coach: .............................................Matt Senk Alma Mater .................................... Cortland (‘80) Baseball Phone: ................................. 631-632-9226 Collegiate Record/years: ..................... 499-337-3/19 Record at SBU/years: .......................................Same Assistant Coach:................................... Joe Pennucci Alma Mater .................... Northern Colorado (‘02) Assistant Coach:.....................................Mike Marron Alma Mater ................................ Holy Cross (‘05) Assistant Coach: ............................... Jordan Wyckoff Alma Mater .....................Dickinson College (‘06) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:...........................13/14 Position starters Returning/Lost: ..........................5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost: .......................................6/8 Newcomers: ..........................................................13 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Assistant/Baseball Contact: ........ Jeremy Cohen Office: ..................................... 631-632-6328 Email: .......... jeremy.cohen@stonybrook.edu Assistant: ........................................Adam Gutes Office: ..................................... 631-632-7125 Assistant: ..................................Craig Schroeder Office: ..................................... 631-632-7293 Office Fax: ................................... 631-632-8841 Website:............................ www.gosewolves.org Mailing Address: ................................................. Stony Brook University Indoor Sports Complex

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America East Conference About America East Since its modest beginning as a men’s basketball-only conference in 1979, America East has evolved into one of the most comprehensive NCAA Division I conferences with a commitment to broad-based, competitive athletics programs, complementing the academic integrity and missions of the member institutions. Each of the nine institutions - University at Albany, Binghamton University, Boston University, University of Hartford, University of Maine, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), University of New Hampshire, Stony Brook University, and University of Vermont - offers a unique blend of academic and athletic tradition. Progressive in its approach to its more than 3,200 student-athletes, America East recognizes champions in each of its 21 sports: men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, women’s golf, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. America East also conducts the nation’s most comprehensive academic recognition program for student-athletes. With a geographic footprint covering the Mid-Atlantic to Northeast regions of the United States, America East has a population base of more than 50 million people and nearly 30 million television homes. America East member institutions include more than 106,000 students on the nine campuses and boast nearly one million living alumni.

League History To see how far America East has progressed, consider the conference was established in 1979 as the ECAC North. The conference at that time consisted of 10 institutions and sponsored league competition only in men’s basketball, with the champion receiving an automatic bid to the NCAA Championship. Men’s basketball remained the lone league sport until the 1988-89 academic year. At that time, the conference’s Board of Directors made a new commitment to an all-sports association, creating the North Atlantic Conference by establishing an office, hiring a full-time commissioner, and embarking on a building program. The North Atlantic Conference merged with the Seaboard Conference (the league in which Boston University, Hartford, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, among others, competed in women’s basketball) in 1989 and the NAC looked to establish conference championships in several men’s and women’s sports. The conference changed its name to America East prior to the 1996-97 academic year and moved the conference headquarters to its downtown Boston in 1997. In 2005, America East hired Patrick Nero, most recently the Director of Athletics at Maine, as the conference’s third commissioner. The conference office moved its headquarters to Cambridge, Mass. in July, 2007.

Academic Success America East institutions boasted a pair of Academic All-Americans in 2007-08 while another 19 were tabbed All-District selections. A total of 18 America East teams received Public Recognition Awards by the NCAA under the Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR). The APR provides a real-time snapshot of a team’s academic success and the academic progress of student-athletes. America East honored a top-scholar athlete in each of its championship sports: Alex Felce (Stony Brook men’s cross country), Cathy Parker (New Hampshire women’s cross country, women’s), Sarah Hudak (Boston U. field hockey), Connor Tobin (Vermont men’s soccer), Elizabeth Cook (Hartford women’s soccer), Jacqueline Kane (Binghamton volleyball), Brian Lillis (Albany men’s basketball), May Kotsopoulos (Vermont women’s basketball), Rory Quiller (Binghamton men’s indoor track & field), Carmen Lagala (Vermont women’s indoor and outdoor track & field), Brenno Varanda (Binghamton men’s swimming & diving), Tina Cantwell (UMBC women’s swimming & diving), Michael Stephan (Stony Brook baseball), Juliana Carrillo (women’s golf), Steve Ammann (Albany men’s lacrosse), Michaela Hardy (New Hampshire women’s lacrosse), Ilan Shvartz (Stony Brook men’s tennis), Cornelia Carapcea (UMBC women’s tennis), Jordan Horwitz (New Hampshire men’s outdoor track & field). More than 2,250 of America East’s 3,200 student-athletes were named to the Academic Honor Roll after receiving grade-point averages of 3.0 or better. Included in that total were 1,015 student-athletes who earned a 3.5

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or better and were named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Vermont was awarded the America East Academic Cup for the fourthstraight year as its student-athletes compiled a 3.14 grade-point average, which tied for the best mark in the award’s 13-year history. Overall, America East student-athletes compiled a 3.02 GPA during the 2007-08 academic year. Commissioner’s Cup... Boston University took home the Stuart P. Haskell, Jr. Commissioner’s Cup for the third straight year and sixth time in the last seven years. The conference award annually recognizes the highest scoring athletic program in America East as determined by a points system, which rewards a school for success both during the regular season and at championship competition in the league’s sports. Boston U., which won six league titles, three regularseason crowns and had four runner-up finishes, tallied 378 points, the most in three years under the current nine-member configuration. The Terriers won regular-season and tournament championships in field hockey, women’s soccer and women’s lacrosse, while also capturing titles in women’s indoor track & field, women’s outdoor track & field and women’s tennis. Boston U. was also the runner-up in women’s cross country, women’s basketball and men’s and women’s swimming and diving.

America East in the Pros. Several America East athletes have extended their playing careers beyond the collegiate level. Former two-time America East Players of the Year Craig Claxton, of the Atlanta Hawks, Malik Rose, of the New York Knicks and three-time allconference selection, Jose Juan Barea, of the Dallas Mavericks, continue to make their impact in the NBA today. Former Hartford star Vin Baker and three-time America East Player of the Year Reggie Lewis, who captained the Boston Celtics at the time of his premature death, made five combined All-Star appearances during their careers. Former Hartford baseball star Jeff Bagwell, the 2004 National League Most Valuable Player, hit 449 career home runs in 15 seasons for the Houston Astros. Joe Nathan, who played at Stony Brook, has been selected to three All-Star games in five seasons as the closer for the Minnesota Twins. Carlos Pena slugged 46 home runs and drove in 121 runs to earn Comeback Player of the Year honors with the Tampa Bay Rays in 2007. Former America East Players of the Year Mark Sweeney (Maine) of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Kevin Mench of the Toronto Blue Jays are also on 2008 Major League rosters. Several other former America East players, including five draft choices from 2008 alone, are presently in the minor leagues. America East also has a number of former men’s lacrosse players and men’s and women’s soccer players in various professional leagues. Three former men’s lacrosse standouts were named to the 2008 Major League Lacrosse All-Star team: Mike Gabel (Vermont ’05), Brendan Mundorf (UMBC ’06) and Merrick Thompson (Albany ’07). Mundorf, a two-time America Player of the Year, led MLL’s Denver Outlaws with 47 points last season. UMBC’s Terry Kimener, the 2008 America East Player of the Year, was chosen 8th overall in the MLL Draft, while Albany’s Jordan Levine was selected 10th overall. Drew Westervelt, a three-time America East all-conference performer for the Retrievers, ranked third among Outlaws with 34 points in his rookie season. Bouna Coundoul, a two-time America East Goalkeeper of the Year in men’s soccer, is the starting goalkeeper for Major League Soccer’s Colorado Rapids and ranks among league leaders in goals against average and shutouts. Coundoul, a native of Senegal, is also on his country’s roster for 2010 World Cup qualifying. Hartford’s Jerry Kelly, who has two career PGA Tour victories and 66 Top 10 finishes, joined the tour in 1996 after turning professional in 1989. Kelly, who has earned over $17 million during his career, is joined by former Hawk golfers Tim Petrovic and Patrick Sheehan on the PGA Tour.


2010 Roster 2010 SEAWOLVES ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 14 15 16 19 20 23 24 25 27 32 33 34 41 44

Name Yr. Robert Dyer Sr. Chad Marshall Jr. Pat Cantwell So. Sal Intagliata So. William Carmona Fr. Travis Jankowski Fr. Justin Echevarria Sr. Maxx Tissenbaum Fr. John Adornetto Fr. Anthony Luciano R-So. Evan Stecko-Haley Jr. Vincent Caesar Fr. Michael Barbot Sr. Thor Miller Fr. Jordan Purington Sr. Chris Maier Sr. Stephen Marino Jr. Tanner Nivins Fr. Nick Tropeano So. Michael Stephan Sr. Adam Brown Fr. G.C. Yerry Fr. Jasvir Rakkar Fr. James Campbell Fr. Tyler Johnson So.

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Hometown/Previous School Selden, N.Y./Newfield HS Paris, Ontario/Canada/Paris District HS West Islip, N.Y./West Islip HS Franklin Square, N.Y./Frank H. Carey HS Hempstead, N.Y./Hempstead Lancaster, Pa./Lancaster Uniondale, N.Y./Uniondale HS Toronto, Ontario/Canada/York Mills Collegiate HS Commack, N.Y./Commack HS Holtsville, N.Y./Sachem East Coral Springs, Fla./Coral Glades HS Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa HS Bronx, N.Y./Seminole CC Miller Place, N.Y./Miller Place HS Westbrook, Maine/Westbrook HS Farmingdale, N.Y./Farmingdale HS Lake Grove, N.Y./Centereach HS Kitchener, Ontario/Canada/St. Mary’s HS West Islip, N.Y./West Islip HS Patchogue, N.Y./Patchogue-Medford HS Melville, N.Y./Half Hollow Hills East HS West Shokan, N.Y./Onteora HS Brampton, Ontario/Canada/Bramalea Secondary Bridgeport, Conn./St. Joseph HS Chatsworth, Calif./Crespi Carmelite

Matt Senk (Cortland ‘80), 20th year Joe Pennucci (Northern Colorado, 02), 4th year Mike Marron (Holy Cross ‘05), 1st year Jordan Wyckoff (Dickinson College ‘06), 1st year

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2010 Outlook Last season would have qualified as a success for most programs. A 29-23 record, its third straight winning season. A fourth consecutive trip to the America East tournament, the longest active streak in the conference. SBU also showed it could play and beat the best teams in the nation in 2009 as the Seawolves went down to Charlottesville, Va. and defeated the No. 11 Virginia Cavaliers, 6-2. The Cavaliers eventually advanced to the College World Series. It was Stony Brook’s first win over a ranked opponent since jumping to Division I in 2000. The season fell short of the team’s ultimate goal, a second straight America East championship. But the Stony Brook baseball program under head coach Matt Senk is not just any program. Entering his 20th season, Senk has set the bar high. The Seawolves have won two America East Championships in the previous five seasons and have established themselves as one of the top programs in the Northeast Region. In 2010, the expectations are no different. Senk and his squad once again expect to compete for an America East Championship. Stony Brook returns just 13 letterwinners from last year’s team, but nine of those were major contributors on the 2008 America East Champion squad. Senk also welcomes into the fold a talented group of newcomers that he expects will make significant contributions immediately. All in all, Senk believes the Seawolves once again have the talent and experience to make another run at an America East Championship. Pitching Staff Stony Brook returns just six pitchers from a season ago, but all six have been major contributors for the Seawolves over the past two seasons. The Seawolves 2010 rotation will be led by a pair of super sophomores, Tyler Johnson and Nick Tropeano. Johnson was named to 2009 All-America East second team as a freshman, going 5-3 in 64.1 innings of work. The Chatsworth, Calif. native made 10 starts and ranked second in the America East in strikeouts per game (8.11). A 2009 America East All-Rookie selection, Tropeano went 5-1 last season and hurled a team-high four complete game. The 6-4, 205 pound Tropeano made eight starts and threw

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58.0 innings. He also struck out 50 batters while walking just 16. After both had terrific summers, Senk expects the duo to be even better this season as they anchor the Seawolves rotation. Also return for SBU this year is 2008 AllAmerica East second team selection, seniorJordan Purington. Last season, he made 20 appearances out of the bullpen. Senk expects Purington to once again be a workhorse in his bullpen. In 2008, he compiled a team-best 4.03 ERA in an America East high 29 appearances. Aiding Purington in the bullpen, will be senior Chris Maier. After serving as a utility infielder in his first two season in the program, Maier stepped onto the mound for the first time midway through last year.

Senior Rob Dyer The sidearmer impressed in his 10 relief appearances last season, and Senk will look to him to be an important cog in the bullpen this season. Also returning this year, will be senior Michael Barbot. The left-hander missed all of last season due to injury but the Seawolves expect him to see some time out of the bullpen. In 2008, Barbot finished the season with a flourish, hurling 5.2 scoreless innings in relief at the Tempe Regional. Junior Evan Stecko-Haley will miss the season after suffering an injury during fallball. Senk will also lean heavily a talented group of newcomers to contribute on the mound this season. Thor Miller, a local product from Miller Place High School, will compete for a weekend rotation spot and also see time out of the bullpen according to Senk.

A 2009 All-State, all-league and all-county selection, the southpaw posted a 1.10 ERA as a senior and struck out 95 batters in 73 innings. Senk will also have the services of two others left-handers at his disposable. Adam Brown comes to Stony Brook following a brilliant four-year career at Half Hollow Hills East. A three-time All League selection and a 2009 All-County pick, Brown went a combined 9-3 with a 1.08 ERA in his junior and senior years. The 2009 Mid-Hudson Athletic League Pitcher of the Year, G.C. Yerry was dominant as a senior as he went 7-2 with a 0.37 ERA. Yerry also struck out 111 batters while walking just 14. In addition to the three lefties, Senk will have four new righthanded pitchers that will not only bolster the bullpen but also compete for starting spots. Hailing from St. Joseph High School in Trumbull, Conn.. James Campbell went 7-2 with a 2.04 ERA as senior. One of four Canadians on the Seawolves roster, Jasvir Rakkar comes to Stony Brook from Brampton, Ontario. A two-time captain at Bramalea Secondary School, Rakkar also played for the 2008 Ontario Youth team. A three-time All League selection and twotime All-West New Jersey selection, Patrick O’Leary went 12-4 over his last two seasons at Sparta High School. William Carmona will also see time on the mound. A two-way player, who will also fill in at the corner infield spots and the outfield, Carmona was a three-time captain and Team MVP at Hempstead High School. Infield Returning to man first base for the Seawolves wiil be fifth year senior Rob Dyer, who had perhaps his best season in a Stony Brook uniform last season. A first team All-America East selection, Dyer ranked second in the America East in home runs (15) and third in RBI (50). Dyer will once again serve as one of the Seawolves main run producers and Senk expects him to continue to be one of the best all-around players in the America East. Senior Mike Stephan will get some


2010 Outlook time backing up Dyer, but he will mainly be counted on in the designated hitter role that he has thrived in during his three years with the Seawolves. A two-time All-America East selection who was selected to the 2009 preseason Wallace Watch List, Stephan reached base in all 60 games in 2008 while ranking 12th in the nation in on-base percentage (.518). Last season, he hit .298 with a .419 onbase percentage as he appeared 39 games including 34 starts. After an injury plagued sophomore season, Stephen Marino enters 2010 as the starting third baseman and Senk expects him to be a solid run producer in the middle of the Seawolves lineup. Marino got off to a terrific start last season before injuring his wrist on March. 21 against LeMoyne. The Lake Grove, N.Y. native did not return until May 2, and picked up right where he left off as he recorded a hit in his first six games back from injury. Marino started the final 30 games of his freshman season at the hot corner and hit .327 with a team-high 12 doubles over that span. After starting 92 games at second base over the last two season, junior Chad Marshall will make the move to shortstop this season. A two-time All-America East second team selection as well as a 2008 Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American, Marshall has been one of Stony Brook’s most consistent players over his first two seasons. Last season, he hit .354 and led the team with 68 hits. Marshall started the final 12 games at short last season and Senk believes he will make a seamless transition to the position this season. After red-shirting last season, senior Justin Echevarria will return to action this season and see most of the action behind the plate for the Seawolves after starting 84 games at catcher over the previous two seasons. Echevarria led the America East with 17 caught base stealers in 2008 and was named to the America East All-Tournament team. Sharing time with Echevarria will be sophomore Patrick Cantwell. An America East All-Rookie team selection, Cantwell appearing in 42 games, making 30 starts behind the dish. Cantwell hit .284 with 24 runs scored and 16 RBI and led the America East with 15

runners caught stealing. With Marshall’s move to shortstop, the second base spot will be up for grabs early in the year. Maier could see some time there after appearing in 42 games in a utility role over the past two seasons. Freshmen Maxx Tissenbaum, John Adornetto and Vincent Caesar will also compete for the starting spot at second. Tissenbaum played for the Ontario Youth team that won the gold medal at the Canada Cup and was named the tournament’s best defensive player. A draft pick of the Toronto

Senior Jordan Purington Blue Jays, Tissenbaum will also see time as a backup to Marshall at short. A local product from Commack High School, Adornetto was a 2009 All-State, All-County, All-Long Island and All-League selection. A captain as senior, he .500 with 25 RBI and 25 stolen bases. Caesar comes to Stony Brook from Massapequa High School, where he was a 2009 All-Long Island selection. Caesar hit .400 as a senior and .395 as a junior. In addition to his duties on the mound, Carmona will also see time as back-up at the corner infield positions. Outfield After losing all three starting outfielders from a season ago, including All-America East first team selection, Brian Witkowski, the competition for the starting spots will be

open this season. One of two returners that will be in the mix for a spot, will be sophomore Sal Intagliata. A back-up most of last season to Witkowski, Intagliate appeared in 22 games. The local product from H. Frank Carey High School, Intagliate was a 2008 All-Long Island selection. Cantwell will also be in the mix at one of the corner outfield spots. He did not see time there as a freshman, but Senk believes he will have no problem making the transition to either spot because of his athleticism. Senk will have two talented freshman competing for spots in the outfield as well. Travis Jankowski comes to Stony Brook from Lancaster Catholic High School in Lancaster, Pa. A two-time all-state selection with great speed, Jankowski hit .471 with 20 RBI and 25 runs scored as a senior. Jankowski will be joined by Tanner Nivins, who had a great fall according to Senk. Nivins hails from Kitchner, Ontario, where he played for the Canadian Junior National team and was named the 2005 Ontario Junior National Player of the Year. Schedule Contests against three 2009 NCAA Tournament participants including Alabama highlight the 2010 schedule for the Seawolves, which once again will be among the toughest in the America East. In addition to the trip to Alabama, the Seawolves will also embark on a six-game trip to California. The trip will include tilts against Pepperdine, San Diego State and Cal State Bakersfield. San Diego State advanced to the NCAA Regional in 2009. The America East schedule will incorporate a new six-team format with two divisions. Stony Brook will play a pair of three-game series’ against the two teams in their division (Binghamton and UMBC) and will play one four-game series against each of the other three teams (Hartford, Albany and Maine). The four teams with the best overall win percentage (in either division) will advance to the America East Championship, played May 26-28 at the highest seed.

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League Baseball. A two-time Academic All-American at SBU, Nathan was also inducted into the Stony Brook Athletics Hall of Fame in December 2006, when he also became St the first former Stony Brook student-athlete to have his jersey number retired. th In August 2008, Nathan made a $500,000 lead gift to the Stony Brook Department of Athletics in support of the construction of a new baseball field at Stony m Brook University. B In 2007, Senk led Stony Brook to a superb 31-24 record and a second-place regular season finish in the America East. SBU finished the season second in the re league in ERA (4.61) led by all-conference selection and America East Pitcher le of the Year Gary Novakowski. Senior Rob Leonard joined Novakowski on the All-America East first team, hitting .344 with eight home runs and 45 RBI. In all, A the Seawolves placed six players on all-conference teams as Justin Echevarria, Brian Witkowski and Michael Stephan earned a spot on the second team and Rob Dyer was placed on the all-rookie team along with Stephan. The Stony Brook baseball team fell one game shy of its second America East title in three years in 2006. In addition, six players signed professional contracts following the season, as Nick Abel signed with the Mets, Kris Bakey with the Cardinals, Andres Perez with the Yankees and Matt Restivo, Jon Pasieka and Tom Pennino all signed independent league contracts. Senk also picked up his 400th career-win with a 2-1 victory over UMBC on May 20. In the regular season Senk guided the team to a No. 2 seed for the America East Tournament as his squad won its final five regular season games heading into tournament play. In the tournament, Stony Brook bested both Albany and top-seeded Vermont before falling to Maine, 5-3. Chris Sipp and Gary Novakowski garnered All-America East first team honors and Tom Koehler and Jon Pasieka were named to the second team. In 2005, seniors Andrew Larsen, Jon Lewis and Matt Devins were all selected in the MLB draft. Larsen was picked by the Royals in the 13th round with the 382nd overall pick. Lewis was selected three rounds later with the 486th overall pick by the Florida Marlins, while Devins went in the 34th round where he was drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Stony Brook achieved its ultimate goal of an America East title and an NCAA bid in 2004 after qualifying for the postseason in each of its three previous seasons. Senk turned in one of his finest coaching performances, pulling his team together to peak at the end of an up and down season. After a 1-5 start in conference play, Senk was able to go 10-5 down the stretch to earn the fourth and final spot at the America East Championship. The Seawolves came into the tournament with the No. 4 seed, but were the cream of the crop, sweeping through the field in three straight games to earn the America East crown. After defeating America East Pitcher of the Year Jordan Thomson and the No. 1 seeded Northeastern Huskies, the Seawolves topped tournament-host Maine se twice, once to advance to the winner’s bracket final and again when the Black tw Bears came through the loser’s bracket into the championship game. Senk’s B disciplined squad dominated the all-championship team, as seven of the 11 spots di went to Seawolves. Outfielder Isidro Fortuna garnered the tournament’s Most w Outstanding Player Award and was joined on the team by Matt Devins, Andrew O Larsen, Dave Mischo, Matt Restivo, Chris Sipp and Nick Theoharis. La Senk nearly took home his first America East title during the 2003 season. In the th team’s second year of competition in the league, the Seawolves posted a 33-21 overall record and a 15-9 mark in the conference. A third-place regular 33 season finish put the Seawolves into the America East playoffs where they won se two tw games over Maine to advance to the championship round versus Northeastern. Having to take two straight games over the Huskies, Stony Brook was ea able ab to rally from a 7-1 deficit to win the first game 11-10, but came up short in the deciding game. In addition to seniors Ed Kull and Mike Russo being selected to America East all-conference teams, several young players earned se conference recognition as freshmen pitcher Matt Restivo was selected to the co America East All-Rookie team and sophomore Matt Devins garnered second A team all-conference honors. Sophomore Andrew Larsen picked up post-season te honors as he was named to the All-America East Championship Team after the ho Seawolves runner-up finish. S Senk and the Seawolves were extremely successful in making their America East conference debut in the 2002 season. He led the Seawolves to a 27-24 E overall record and an 11-11 mark against conference competition, securing a ov tie for third place during the regular season. The Seawolves qualified for the conference playoffs immediately, showing the rest of the America East that they co would be a force to reckon with in the league for years to come. A young core of w talent emerged as pitcher Jonathan Lewis was named the America East Rookie ta of the Year and fellow freshman Matt Devins received all-conference honors


The Senk File 499 Career Wins at Stony Brook 2004, 2008 NCAA Regionals 2004, 2008 America East Champions 2001 NYSBC Reg. Season Champs 1999 ECAC Champions 1995 NCAA Regional Appearance 1991 ECAC Co-Champs in addition to making the all-rookie team. Both were also recognized by Collegiate Baseball as Freshmen All-Americans. Success is nothing new for Senk. He posted a tremendous 35-16 mark in 2001 in just the second season Stony Brook competed at the Division I level. Senk led the Seawolves to landmark victories over Winthrop and crosstown rival St. John’s and a 10-0 mark in New York State Conference Baseball play. Following the year, Alex Trezza became the University’s first Division I All-American and Chris Flinn was drafted in the third round of the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft - the highest round a Stony Brook player has ever been drafted. Senk’s teams are traditionally some of the best hitting in the country, as evidenced during the 2000 season when the Seawolves were plastered all over the final national statistics. Senk coached the Seawolves to the nation’s team batting and slugging titles, hitting .347 and slugging .580, respectively. Averaging 1.78 home runs per game, the team finished second nationally in the category, while its 9.37 runs per outing was fifth best in the country. SBU’s 2.56 doubles per game were the sixth-best total in Division I. Altogether, Stony Brook put together one of its finest performances from the plate in the school’s history en route to a 30-11 mark and the 11th best winning percentage in the nation. Prior to Stony Brook’s jump to Division I in 2000, Senk enjoyed unmatched success at the Division II level. In 1999, Senk guided the Seawolves to a school-record 36 wins and the program’s first outright ECAC championship. In 1998, Senk led the Seawolves to a 23-11-1 mark, a 16-game turnaround from the previous season, and was named Stony Brook’s Men’s Coach of the Year for the fourth time in the 1990’s. In addition, the team earned the Stony Brook Men’s “Quantum Leap” award for the biggest improvement from the previous season. Individually, the Seawolves have been handsomely rewarded for their outstanding efforts under Senk’s guidance. During his tenure at Stony Brook, he has had 73 players named all-conference, 34 players named all-region and two players named All-American. One of Senk’s proteges, Craig Ansman, appeared in his third minor league all-star game for the Arizona Diamondbacks organization in 2004, taking the field as the starting catcher for the Pacific Coast League at the triple-A mid-summer classic. While at Stony Brook, he earned New England Collegiate Conference Player of the Year accolades and became the Seawolves’ first ever All-American in 1999. Among the other SB draftees is Chris Flinn, who was selected by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the third round of the 2001 draft and is currently playing in their minor league system. Alex Trezza was also taken in the 2001 draft when the Detroit Tigers made him their selection in the 18th round. Academically, over 90 percent of Senk’s players have graduated and moved into successful careers or

graduate school. Nathan also earned academic All-American honors twice under Senk’s tutelage. Stony Brook’s outstanding results on the field over the years are a credit to Senk’s passionate recruiting and coaching abilities. One of the very best recruiters in the nation, Senk has a reputation for bringing not only the best players to the field, but some of the best people to the University. He has taken a local approach to recruiting, tapping some of Long Island’s top high schools and community colleges to strengthen the Seawolves program. Prior to accepting the coaching position at Stony Brook, Senk spent three years as head coach at Kellenberg Memorial High School where his teams were successful in capturing league and division championships. Before coaching at Kellenberg, Senk was the head coach at St. Agnes Cathedral High School, guiding his team to a division championship and being awarded Nassau-Suffolk Catholic High School Athletic Association Coach of the Year. Senk is a graduate of Cortland State where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1980. While at Cortland, Senk was the Red Dragon’s starting catcher for three seasons, a two-time All-SUNYAC selection and the team’s Most Valuable Player as a senior. Senk later earned his master’s degree in physical education from Adelphi University and is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association.

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Assistant Coaches Joe Pennucci Assistant Coach Recruiting Coordinator 4th season Alma Mater: N. Colorado (‘02)

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Joe Pennucci joined the Stony Brook coaching staff in July 2006 after serving as the associate head baseball coach and recruiting coordinator for the Dominican College baseball team for the previous three years. As an assistant coach at Stony Brook, Pennucci serves as the Seawolves recruiting coordinator, third base coach and defensive instructor in addition to assisting with hitting. In 2008, the Seawolves led the America East in fielding percentage. During his three years at Dominican, the Chargers won two conference championships and received an NCAA Regional bid in 2006 after posting a 42-19 record. Prior to playing at Dana College, Pennucci played at Garden City Community College in Garden City, Kansas. Pennucci was an all-conference catcher for the Dana College baseball team in Blair, Nebraska and graduated with a psychology degree from the University of Northern Colorado in 2002. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree at Stony Brook University.

Mike Marron M Pitching Coach P 1st season 1 Alma Mater: Holy Cross (‘05) A

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Mike Marron joined the Stony Brook coaching staff in September 2009 after four years as an assistant coach at UMass-Lowell. Marron will serve as the pitching coach in addition to helping with recruiting. Marron served as an assistant coach for the Orleans Firebirds of the Cape Cod Baseball league this past summer after guiding the UMass-Lowell hurlers to the fifth best ERA (3.14) in Division II in 2008. The previous year he led the UMass-Lowell pitching staff to the eighth best ERA in the nation (3.37). Marron helped the Riverhawks to 121 victories in his four years including two appearances in the NCAA Regionals. In summer of 2008, Marron served as the head coach of the Pittsfield Dukes of the New England Collegiate Baseball League. The NECBL Coach of the Year, Marron guided the Dukes to a 28-20 record, up from a 13-28 clip in 2007. The most improved team in the NECBL, Pittsfield advanced to the Southern Division Championship Series. A four-year player and three-year starter with the College of Holy Cross Crusaders, Marron arrived on the Worcester campus as a pitcher but converted to catcher his sophomore year and immediately earned All-Patriot League second team honors. He also earned the Riopel Award as the team’s most valuable player and the Ray Dobens Award for most improved player honors that year. The following summer, Marron joined the Mill City All-Americans of the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) and batted .280 for the season. Marron also enjoyed a solid season as a junior at Holy Cross, batting a team-high .346 and fielding a perfect 1.000 percent. He was named captain as a senior and completed his degree in English with a concentration in Africana studies. Prior to Holy Cross, Marron was a two-year all-league standout at Germantown Academy in Fort Washington, Pa. Following graduation in 2000, he attended Mercersburg Academy for a postgraduate year where he helped lead the Blue Storm to the Pennsylvania private school state championship.

Jordan Wyckoff Assistant Coach 1st season Alma Mater: N. Colorado (‘02)

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College with a degree in English and a minor A 2006 graduate of Dickinson Dick in Philosophy, Jordan Wyckoff enters his first season as an assistant coach at Stony Brook. His responsibilities with the program will include working with the outfielders, coaching first base on game days, coordinating the baseball camps, and overseeing the daily operation of the program. A four-year letter-winner for the Dickinson Red Devils, Wyckoff was elected by his teammates to serve as captain in 2005 and 2006 while earning the Moe Leiderman Leadership award. Wyckoff began his coaching career as the Head Coach of the 18-U Long Island Titans in 2006. After graduating from Dickinson, Wyckoff coached at Franklin & Marshall College for two seasons. He helped guide the team to conference playoff appearances both years and a regular season conference title in 2007. In 2008, he coached at Swarthmore College, leading the squad to their most overall wins in a season since 1993. He also worked as the school’s strength & conditioning coach and women’s basketball assistant. Wyckoff also has coaching experience in college summer ball. In 2008, he served as an assistant coach for the Mat-Su Miners in the Alaska Baseball League. In 2009, he coached with the Bourne Braves, capturing the first Cape Cod League title in franchise history. Wyckoff received his Master’s Degree of Education in Sports Management with a concentration in Athletic Coaching from Millersville University (Pa.) in December of 2008.

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Michael Barbot

#15

Hometown: Clermont, Fla. Previous School: Seminole CC Year: Senior Position: LHP • B/T: L/L Height: 5-10 • Weight: 175 2009: Redshirted.

2008: Made 17 appearances, with 16 of those in relief ... went 1-1 with 5.25 ERA in 36.0 innings pitched ... allowed one run and two hits in 2.2 innings to earn save in first career appearance for Seawolves against Charleston Southern (3/1) ... hurled 3.1 scoreless innings against Lafayette (5/4) ... struck out season-high four batters in 2.0 innings against UMBC (5/11) ... pitched 5.2 innings of scoreless relief in two appearances at NCAA Tempe Regional. 2006-07: Played two seasons at Seminole CC in Sanford, Fla. ... struck out 40 batters in 48 innings of work ... named to all-star team as a sophomore ... went 1-0 with 3.60 ERA in 2006. High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at Mt. St. Michael Academy in Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Personal: Michael Oney Barbot ... born January 14, 1987 in the Bronx, N.Y. ... son of Eleanor and Neil Barbot ... favorite sports team: New York Yankees ... my most prized possession: My arm ... one word that describes me: Heart.

Barbot statistics YEAR 2008 2009

W-L ERA APP GS CG SO SV IP 1-1 5.25 17 1 0 0 1 36.0 Redshirted

H 35

R ER BB K WP HB 2B 3B HR 22 21 20 18 5 1 8 0 3

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Rob Dyer Hometown: Selden, N.Y. High School: Newfield Year: Senior Position:1B • B/T: R/R Height: 6-2 • Weight: 230

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2009: Named to All-America East first team ... played in 50 games, starting 46 ... ranked second in the America East in home runs (15) and third in RBI (50) ... was eighth in the conference in slugging percentage (.610) ... hit .325 with 10 home runs and 31 RBI during conference play ... went 2-for-5 with three RBI in 21-20 win over Vermont (4/5) ... hit two home runs and tallied six RBI in against Binghamton (4/18) ... went 3-for-6 with two home runs and four RBI in 14-6 win over Fairfield (4/29) ... tallied three hits and four RBI in 13-5 victory over Rider (5/2) ... went 6-for-14 with six RBI four-game series against Hartford ... hit two home runs and tallied five RBI in victory over Maine (5/16). 2008: Appeared in 54 games, making 51 starts at first base ... led team with 45 RBI ... hit .298 with 13 doubles and seven home runs ... third on team in slugging percentage (.500) and total bases (94) ... had 18 multi-hit games and 15 multi-RBI games ... went 3-for-5 with three RBI in win over James Madison (3/20) ... had two hits and two runs scored to go along with a career-high four RBI against Fordham (3/26) ... tallied two hits and three RBI in victory over Binghamton (4/6) ... tied career-high with four hits in win over Fairfield (4/30) ... recorded two hits and four RBI in win over Albany (5/16). 2007: Earned a spot on America East All-rookie team ... appeared in 39 games, starting 33 ... hit .250 with 16 RBI in 124 at-bats ... had six doubles and 15 runs scored ... recorded six multi-hit games ... had two hits and a RBI in second game of double-header against Hartford (4/14) ... hit first career home run against Albany (4/22) ... went 2-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored against Columbia (4/29) ... had career-high four hits and three RBI in victory over Hofstra (5/8) ... put together an eight-game hitting streak and had hits in nine of last 11 contests ... went one for four with two RBI in America East tournament game against Maine (5/25). 2006: Suffered season-ending injury after appearing in only nine games, including seven starts ... tallied first career collegiate hit as he went 1-for-3 with a run scored versus Central Florida ... drove in a pair of runs and tallied first collegiate RBI versus Central Florida. High School: Four-year letterwinner for the Newfield Wolverines ... totaled 20 home runs and 99 RBI in his four-year career ... led the county in RBI as a sophomore ... three-time member of the all-league team ... honored as a member of the all-county team as a sophmore, junior and senior ... named team MVP twice ... earned the MVP award at the Vytra Grand Slam Challenge. Personal: Robert E. Dyer III ... born June 21, 1987, in Selden, N.Y. ... son of Jeanie and Robert Dyer ... brother of Anthony and Savanna ... enjoys battle rapping and loves Count Chocula ... favorite movie is Old School and favorite song is “Since You’ve Been Gone” by Kelly Clarkson.

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Dyer statistics

AVG G-GS .083 9-7 .223 39-33 .298 54-51 .285 50-46 .272 152-137

2010 Seawolves Baseball

AB 24 124 188 172 508

R H 2 2 15 31 29 56 33 49 79 138

2B 1 6 13 7 27

3B 0 0 2 2 4

HR RBI TB/SLG BB HBP SO SF/SH SB-A 0 2 3/.125 1 1 8 0/1 0-0 4 16 49/.395 7 1 14 1/1 1-1 7 45 94/.500 14 4 41 3/0 2-3 15 50 105/.610 16 2 41 2/1 3-3 26 113 251/.494 38 8 104 6/3 6-7


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Justin Echevarria

#7

Hometown: Uniondale, N.Y. High School: Uniondale Year: Senior Position: C • B/T: R/R Height: 6-0 • Weight: 195 2009: Redshirted. 2008: Named to America East All-Tournament team ... started 37 games at catcher ... hit .333 (3-for-9) in three America East tournament games ... hit walk-off RBI double in 4-3 victory over UMBC (5/22) in opening round of America East tournament ... led America East with 17 caught base stealers ... hit three-run home run in victory over James Madison (3/20) ... tallied two hits and three RBI in victory over Vermont (4/20). 2007: Earned a spot on the All-America East second team ... started 47 games at catcher for the Seawolves ... hit .287 with 21 RBI and six doubles ... threw out 24 of 38 base stealers ... had 11 multi-hit games ... recorded two hits and a RBI in victory over NYIT (3/30) ... went 2-for-4 with two RBI in series finale against NYIT (4/1) ... had two hits and two runs scored in victory over Maine (4/7) ... went 3-for-3 with an RBI at Hartford (4/13) ... recorded two hits and scored a run against Albany (4/22) ... had three hits in four at-bats against Iona (5/1) ... went 4-for-4 with an RBI at UMBC (5/18). 2006: Appeared in 13 games and made one start behind the plate as a freshman ... slugged .333 and totaled two doubles ... recorded first hit in a Seawolf uniform versus New Orleans ... scored a career-best three runs and went 2-for-6 in a win over Wagner ... went 1-for-1 with a run scored versus Hartford ... went 1-for-2 with a run scored in a win over St. Francis. High School: Graduated from Uniondale High School in Uniondale, N.Y. ... earned a varsity letter in all four years for the Knights ... named to the all-league team as a freshman ... earned all-county honors as a sophomore, junior and senior ... won the coach’s award as a freshman ... team MVP as a junior and senior ... batted over .400 all four years and totalled 93 RBI in his high school career. Personal: Justin Antonio Echeverria ... born September 7, 1987, in Manhattan, N.Y. ... son of Wanda Echeverria and Jose Flores ... brother of Brandon and Gileric ... enjoys playing ping pong and working out.

YEAR 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

echevarria statistics AVG G-GS .238 13-1 .288 49-47 .220 42-37 Redshirted .256 106-85

AB 21 164 127

R 5 16 15

312 36

H 2B 3B 5 2 0 47 6 0 28 10 0 80 18

0

HR RBI 0 0 2 21 2 18 4

39

TB/SLG 7/.333 59/.360 44/.346

BB HBP SO SF/SH SB-A 2 0 6 0/0 0-0 12 2 33 3/0 2-3 9 0 33 2/3 0-1

110/.352 23

2

72

5/3

2-4

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Chris Maier

#20

Hometown: Farmingdale, N.Y. High School: Farmingdale Year: Senior Position: IF/RHP • B/T: L/R Height: 6-1 • Weight: 185 2009: Played in 16 games at third base ... also made 10 relief appearances on the mound, going 1-2 ... had two hits and two runs against LeMoyne (3/22) ... hurled 2.0 innings against Vermont (4/5) in first collegiate appearance on the mound ... earned the victory, allowing just one unearned run ... tossed 2.1 innings of scoreless relief against Binghamton (4/19) ... pitched 2.0 scoreless innings in win over Marist (5/6). 2008: Appeared in 26 games, making 15 starts ... tallied a hit in first four games of season ... recorded first career double in victory over James Madison (3/20) ... went 2-for-4 with career-high two RBI and two runs scored in win over Hofstra (4/22). 2007: Appeared in 21 games, making eight starts ... recorded first career hit and RBI against College of Charleston (3/3) ... went 1-for-2 with an RBI against Fairfield (4/3) ... had career-high two hits and an RBI against Hofstra (4/24). High School: Played both shortstop and third base for the Farmingdale Dalers in Farmingdale, N.Y.... three-time letterwinner... named all-league as a junior... hit .429 with three homers and 26 runs driven in as a senior... named to the Nassau County All-County Team as a senior... also was a four-year letterwinner in golf and a three-time letterwinner in swimming. Personal: Christopher Robert Maier... born August 2, 1988... son of Laura Maier... brother of Melissa, Matt and Tom... favorite sports team is the New York Mets... favorite actor is Owen Wilson.

Maier Batting statistics YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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AVG .135 .233 .250 .204

G-GS AB R 21-8 37 5 26-15 60 8 16-2 16 3 63-25 113 16

H 5 14 4 23

2B 0 2 0 2

3B 0 0 0 0

HR RBI 0 3 0 6 0 2 0 11

2010 Seawolves Baseball

TB/SLG BB HBP SO SF/SH SB-A 5/.135 4 2 4 1/0 0-0 6/16 4 2 13 0/0 1-1 4/.250 0 0 1 0/1 0-0 15/.133 8 4 18 1/1 1-1

Maier Pitching statistics YEAR 2009

W-L ERA APP GS CG SO SV IP 1-2 6.00 10 0 0 0 0 15.0

H 20

R ER BB K WP HB 2B 3B HR 13 10 5 11 3 4 0 3 0


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Jordan Purington

#19

Hometown: Westbrook, Maine High School: Westbrook Year: Senior Position: RHP • B/T: R/R Height: 6-3 • Weight: 220 2009: Went 1-1 in 20 relief appearances ... hurled 27.0 innings ... pitched a perfect inning against Florida Atlantic (3/1) ... tossed 2.2 scoreless innings of relief against LeMoyne (3/22) ... earned victory with 1.0 innings of relief in 2-0 win over Marist (5/6) ... hurled 2.0 scoreless innings against Maine (5/16). 2008: Led America East with 29 appearances, all but one in relief ... went 3-3 with a team-best 4.03 ERA in 44.2 innings pitched ... second in America East with seven saves ... an All-America East second team selection ... picked up first career save with 2.0 scoreless innings against Marist (4/9) ... hurled two scoreless innings to earn save against Vermont (4/18) ... picked up save with 2.0 perfect innings against Lafayette (5/3) ... pitched a perfect ninth inning to earn save in 1-0 America East Tournament victory over Binghamton (5/23). 2007: Went 1-0 with a 2.82 ERA in 22.1 innings ... made six appearances including two starts ... hurled a scoreless inning in first career appearance against Hofstra (4/5) ... pitched complete game in first career start, a 14-2 victory over Marist (4/26), allowing only an earned run and nine hits ... gave up just an earned run in 3.1 innings of relief work against Hofstra (5/8) ... struck out two in scoreless inning of relief work against Vermont (5/11). 2006: Redshirted. High School: Earned four letters pitching for the Westbrook High School Blue Blazes in Westbrook, Maine...named to the SMAA all-rookie team as a freshman...earned all-state honorable mention as a senior...named SMAA first-team all-star as a senior...also earned four letters in basketball. Personal: Jordan Joseph Purington...born May 9, 1987, in Portland, Maine... son of Gail and Joseph Purington...likes to listen to music and play poker... lists Matt Clement as his favorite athlete.

Purington statistics YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

W-L 1-0 3-3 1-1 5-4

ERA APP GS 2.82 6 2 4.03 29 1 6.33 20 0 4.31 55 3

CG 1 0 0 1

SO 1 1 0 2

SV 0 7 0 7

IP H 22.1 22 44.2 47 27.0 35 94.0 104

R 11 27 21 59

ER 7 20 19 46

BB 7 18 11 36

K WP HB 9 2 2 31 6 1 17 2 3 57 10 6

2B 3 7 6 16

3B 1 3 2 6

HR 1 5 3 9

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Michael Stephan Hometown: Patchogue, N.Y. High School: Patchogue-Medford Year: Senior Position: DH • B/T: L/R Height: 5-11 • Weight: 220

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2009: Named to CoSida/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District second team ... appeared in 39 games, making 34 starts ... hit .298 with four home runs and .419 on-base percentage ... had two hits and an RBI in win over LeMoyne (3/21) ... tallied two hits including a home run in victory over New York Tech (3/27) ... had three hits and two RBI in win over Vermont (4/5) ... tallied two hits and three RBI in second game win over Hartford (5/9) ... went 3-for-5 with six RBI in game two victory over Hartford (5/10). 2008: Appeared in all 60 games, making 59 starts ... named to the District I CoSida/ESPN the Magazine All-Academic second team ... selected to All-America East second team ... named to America East All-Academic team ... named to ABCA Northeast Region second team ... reached base in all 60 games ... second in country in hit by pitch (30) ... first in America East and 12th in the nation in on-base percentage (.518) ... hit .305 and led team with 11 home runs ... ranked second on squad in RBI (37) and runs scored (49) ... had two hits and three runs scored against Charlotte (3/16) ... went 2-for-5, including two home runs, with three RBI in victory over Hofstra (4/22) ... went 3-for-4 with career-high four RBI against UMBC (5/11) ... had a hit and RBI against #3 Arizona State (5/30). 2007: A second team All-America East selection and all-rookie selection ... Made 44 starts in 48 appearances ... second on team with .328 average and 36 runs scored ... recorded seven doubles, three home runs and 16 RBI ... had 14 multi-hit games ... picked up first career hit against College of Charleston (3/3) ... hit first career home run in first game victory over Nicholls (3/10) ... tallied three hits in six at-bats in victory over Nicholls (3/10) ... had two hits and two RBI in victory over NYIT (4/1) ... scored career-high three runs in win over Maine (4/7) ... recorded two hits and a RBI in victory over Hofstra (4/24) ... went 2-for-5 with three runs scored against Hofstra (5/8) ... had two hits and career-high three RBI at UMBC (5/18) ... tallied a career-best three RBI in first game of doubleheader at UMBC (5/19). 2006: Redshirt. High School: Graduated from Patchogue-Medford High School ... earned three varsity letters for the Raiders ... earned all-league honors as a junior and senior ... was the teams offensive and defensive MVP as a junior ... earned all-league, all-county and all-state honors as a senior ... also a three-time letterwinner in football. Personal: Michael Joseph Stephan ... born October 18, 1987... son of Honora and Michael Stephan ... likes to play video games and hang out with friends ... Bo Jackson is listed as his favorite athlete.

Stephan statistics YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Totals

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AVG .328 .305 .298 .310

2010 Seawolves Baseball

G-GS 48-44 60-59 39-34 147-137

AB 134 174 121 429

R 36 49 17 102

H 44 53 36 133

2B 3B HR RBI 7 0 3 16 10 0 11 37 4 0 4 17 21 0 18 70

TB/SLG BB HBP SO SF/SH SB-A 60/.448 26 23 18 1/2 0-0 96/.552 48 30 33 1/5 0-1 52/.430 18 8 15 1/0 0-0 208/.485 92 61 66 3/7 0-1


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Stephen Marino Hometown: Lake Grove, N.Y. High School: Centereach Year: Junior Position: 3B • B/T: R/R Height: 6-1 • Weight: 190

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2009: Started all 22 games he appeared in ... injured in March 21 game against LeMoyne ... returned for May 2 doubleheader against Rider ... recorded a hit in first six games back from injury ... homered in 2-0 win over Marist (5/6) ... went 2-for-3 with career-high four RBI in win over Maine (5/16) ... tallied three hits in four at-bats in game two against Maine (5/16) ... went 2-for-4 with an RBI in America East tournament against Vermont (5/22). 2008: Appeared in 45 games, starting 37 ... named to America East All-Rookie team ... third on team with .319 average ... started final 30 games of the season at third base ... hit .327 over that span with 18 RBI and team-high 12 doubles ... hit team-best .571 (4-for-7) with three runs scored in two games at NCAA Tempe Regional ... recorded first collegiate hit as pinch-hitter against Charlotte (3/15) ... went 4-for-4 with five RBI and three runs scored in victory over Vermont (4/20) ... had three hits and three RBI in victory over Maine (4/26) ... went 2-for-4 with two RBI in win over UMBC in America East Tournament (5/22) ... had two hits and three runs scored against #3 Arizona State (5/30). High School: Played four years of varsity baseball for Centereach High School ... a two-time all-league selection ... earned all-county honors including a gold glove selection at shortstop as a senior while hitting .371 with 16 RBI ... team MVP as a senior ... hit .360 with 15 RBI as a junior. Personal: Stephen Anthony Marino ... born October 2, 1989 in Babylon, N.Y. ... son of Janice and Anthony Marino ... favorite Sports team: New York Yankees ... favorite movie: Remember the Titans ... the best thing about being an athlete: The feeling you get when you do your job.

Marino statistics

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

AVG .319 .275 .304

G-GS AB R 45-37 135 16 22-22 69 6 67-59 204 22

H 2B 3B 43 13 0 19 1 1 62 14 1

HR 0 2 2

RBI 22 13 35

TB/SLG BB HBP SO SF/SH SB-A 56/.415 6 1 12 2/2 2-2 28//406 8 2 12 0/1 0-0 84/.412 14 3 24 2/3 2-2

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Chad Marshall Hometown: Paris, Ontario/Canada High School: Paris District Year: Junior Position: IF • B/T: L/R Height: 5-10 • Weight: 185

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2009: Named to All-America East second team ... started all 50 games he appeared in ... ranked second on the team with .354 batting average ... led team with 68 hits ... had 17 multi-hit games ... tallied three hits in six at-bats against Florida Atlantic (3/1) ... had career-high five hits including three doubles in win over Vermont (4/5) ... went 14-20 (.700) in series against Vermont ... tallied three hits and scored four runs in win over Albany (4/25) ... went 4-for-6 with three runs scored and an RBI in victory over Hartford (5/9) ... had four hits and scored three runs in America East tournament against Vermont (5/22). 2008: Started at second base in all 54 games he appeared in ... an AllAmerica East second team and All-Rookie selection ... named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American ... hit .285 with 27 RBI and 34 runs scored ... 19th toughest player in country to strike out (1/per 20 AB) ... had 16 multi-hit games ... recorded first collegiate hit in season-opening victory against Charleston Southern (3/1) ... tallied first RBI in win over Southeastern Louisiana (3/8) ... went 3-for-5 with three runs scored in victory over Binghamton (4/5) ... had two hits and three RBI in win over Vermont (4/20) ... registered season-high four hits in victory over Maine (4/27) ... went 2-for-4 with three RBI in win over UMBC (5/11). High School: Played three years of varsity baseball at Paris District High School in Paris, Ontario ... Athlete of the Year as a junior and senior ... member of the 17 and under Team Ontario team that won the gold medal at the Canada National Tournament ... also a member of the 2006 Inner County Terriers that won the Premier Baseball League Ontario. Personal: Chad John Marshall ... born March 9, 1989 ... son of Michelle and Robert Marshall ... favorite Sports Team: Detroit Tigers ... my craziest ambition: Skydiving ... greatest moment in sports: Winning the U-18 World Series.

Marshall statistics YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

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AVG G-GS AB .285 54-54 200 .354 50-50 192 .319 104-104 392

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R H 34 57 42 68 76 125

2B 6 13 19

3B 1 0 1

HR 0 2 2

RBI TB/SLG BB HBP 27 65/.325 17 7 24 87/.453 9 5 51 152/.388 26 12

SO SF/SH SB-A 10 4/9 3-6 12 2/13 1-1 22 6/22 4-7


Returners Evan Stecko-Haley E

Pat Cantwell

Hometown: Coral Springs, Fla. High School: Coral Glades Year: Junior Y Position: RHP • B/T: R/R Height: 6-5 • Weight: 185

Hometown: West Islip, N.Y. High School: West Islip Year: Sophomore Y Position: C/OF • B/T: R/R Height: 6-1 • Weight: 190

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2009: Went 2-4 in 43.2 innings ... made 15 appearances, making seven starts ... struck out 42 batters ... hurled 3.1 innings in relief to pick up victory in game two against UMBC (4/11) ... earned win with 2.0 innings of scoreless relief against Fairleigh Dickinson (4/23) ... hurled 2.0 innings of scoreless relief in game two win over Hartford (5/10). 2008: Posted a 2-3 record in 35.1 innings of work ... appeared in 13 games, making four starts ... went 3.1 innings against Charleston Southern (3/2) in first collegiate appearance ... hurled 3.0 scoreless innings against Longwood (3/22) ... picked up first win in 1.0 inning of work against New York Tech (3/30) ... earned victory against Fairfield (4/20), striking out season-high seven batters in 5.0 innings of work. High School: Earned three varsity letters at Coral Glades High in Coral Springs, Fla. ... struck out 85 batters in 69 innings as senior, recording a 1.70 ERA ... a county scholar-athlete as a senior ... a 2007 second team all-county selection. Personal: Evan Stecko-Haley ... born August 25, 1989 in Coral Springs, Fla. ... son of Laurette Stecko and Thomas Joseph Haley ... favorite Sports Team: Boston Red Sox ... biggest inspiration or influence in sports: My Dad ... what would I buy with a million dollars: A house for my parents.

2009: Named to America East All-Rookie team ... appeared in 42 games, making 31 starts ... made 30 of those starts at catcher ... led America East with 15 runners caught stealing ... hit .284 with 24 runs scored and 16 RBI ... had two hits against Florida Atlantic (2/28) in first career game ... had season-high three hits in win over Vermont (4/4) ... had four hits in six at-bats in doubleheader split with Albany (4/25) ... tallied three hits and season-high five RBI in win over Fairfield (4/29). High School: Played three years of varsity baseball at West Islip HS where he was a three-time captain ... led team to a 23-5 record and Suffolk Class AA championship in 2008 ... hit .477 with 31 runs, eight triples, two home runs and 33 RBIs as a senior ... a 2008 All-League, All-County and All-Long Island selection ... earned four varsity letters in soccer at West Islip ... was a three-time captain and a 2007 second team All-American ... also an all-state, all-region and All-Long Island selection as a senior. Personal: Patrick Francis Cantwell ... born April 10, 1990 ... son of Pat and Barbara Cantwell ... favorite TV show: Baseball Tonight ... favorite actor: Adam Sandler ... favorite actress: Jessica Alba.

Stecko-Haley statistics

YEAR 2008 2009 Totals

W-L 2-3 2-4 4-7

ERA 7.13 6.39 6.72

APP 13 15 28

GS 4 7 11

CG 0 0 0

SO 0 1 1

SV IP H R ER BB 0 35.1 53 35 28 15 0 43.2 52 42 31 22 0 79.0 105 77 59 37

K WP HB 29 8 4 42 6 7 71 14 11

2B 12 7 19

3B 0 3 3

HR 4 6 10

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Cantwell statistics YEAR 2009

AVG G-GS AB R .284 42-31 109 24

H 2B 3B HR RBI 31 3 2 2 16

TB/SLG BB HBP SO SF/SH SB-A 44/.404 10 3 9 2/4 6-7

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Returners Sal Intagliata S Hometown: Franklin Square, N.Y. H High School: H. Frank Carey H Year: Sophomore Y Position: OF • B/T: R/R P Height: 6-2 • Weight: 190 H

Nick Tropeano N

#4

2009: Appeared in 22 games ... drove in game-winning run with sacrifice fly in top of the ninth in 7-6 win over Binghamton (4/19) ... recorded first collegiate hit victory over Fairfield (4/29) ... drove in two runs in game two win over Rider (5/2). High School: A 2008 All-Long Island selection ... Hit .507 with a .740 slugging percentage and 29 RBIs as a senior ... also stole 22 bases and had two triples, 10 doubles and a home run ... hit .514 as a sophomore.

Intagliata statistics YEAR 2009

AVG G-GS .188 22-1

AB R 16 3

H 2B 3B HR RBI 3 0 0 0 3

Hometown: West Islip, N.Y. High School: West Islip Year: Sophomore Y Position: RHP • B/T: R/R Height: 6-4 • Weight: 205

TB/SLG BB HBP SO SF/SH SB-A 3/.188 5 0 5 1/0 0-0

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2009: Named to America East All-Rookie team ... went 5-1 in 58.0 innings of work ... made 14 appearances including eight starts ... hurled team-high four complete games ... struck out 50 batters and walked just 16 ... ranked third in the America East in strike outs per game (7.76) ... picked up first collegiate victory with 4.0 innings of relief in win over IPFW (3/7) ... allowed two runs in 7.0 innings of work against LeMoyne (3/21) in first career start ... picked up victory, striking out seven against the Dolphins ... hurled four-hit shutout in win over New York Tech (3/28) ... allowed one run and three hits in 7.0 innings to earn victory against Albany (4/26) ... striking out a season-high eight. High School: Played three years of varsity baseball at West Islip HS ... a co-captain as senior ... a 2008 All-County and All-Long Island selection ... a 2007 All-League pick ... led team to a 23-5 record and Suffolk Class AA championship in 2008 ... went 8-1 with a 1.50 ERA as a senior, striking out 83 in 64.0 innings of work ... earned two varsity letters in football at West Islip ... a captain and All-County selection as senior. Personal: Nicholas Tropiano ... born August 27, 1990 ... son of Paul and Debrah Tropeano ... favorite TV show: Sportscenter ... favorite movie: Rocky ... favorite actor: Vince Vaughn ... favorite sports hero: Lance Armstrong.

TTyler Johnson Hometown: Chatsworth, Calif. H High School: Crespi Carmelite H Year: Sophomore Y Position: RHP • B/T: R/R P Height: 6-0 • Weight: 180 H

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2009: Named to All-America East second team and America East All-Rookie team ... went 5-3 in 64.1 innings of work ... made 13 appearances including 10 starts ... struck out 58 batters ... ranked second in the America East in strikeouts per game (8.11) ... allowed two runs and five hits in 8.0 innings against Creighton to earn first collegiate victory ... hurled three-hit shutout against New York Tech (3/28), striking out a season-high eight ... earned win with three-hitter against UMBC (4/10) ... striking out seven ... tied season-high with eight strike outs in America East Tournament against Vermont (5/22). High School: Played three years of varsity baseball at Crespi Carmelite HS for head coach Scott Muckey ... helped team to a 23-6 record as a senior ... went 20-0 on the mound in three-year high school career ... a 2008 first team Daily News All-Area baseball team selection .. went 10-0 with a 1.06 ERA as a senior, striking out 67 batters in 66 innings.

Tropeano statistics

Johnson statistics YEAR 2009

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W-L ERA APP GS CG SO SV IP 5-3 5.32 13 10 3 2 0 64.1

H 67

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R ER BB K WP HB 2B 3B HR 42 38 21 58 3 9 11 4 6

YEAR 2009

W-L ERA APP GS CG SO SV IP 5-1 5.12 14 8 4 1 0 58.0

H 69

R ER BB K WP HB 2B 3B HR 38 33 16 50 4 5 20 3 4


Newcomers JJohn Adornetto Hometown: Commack, N.Y. High School: Commack Year: Freshman Y Position: IF • B/T: R/R Height: 5-9 • Weight: 160

Adam Brown

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High School: Played two years of varsity baseball at Commack High School in Commack, N.Y. ... a captain as a senior ... led Commack to 22-10 record as a senior ... a 2009 All-State, All-County, All-Long Island and All-League selection ... hit .500 with 25 RBI and 15 stolen bases. Personal: John Adornetto ... son of John and Nancy Adornetto ... born Feb. 2, 1991 ... has two sisters- Ashley and Lindsey ... Favorite Professional Sports team: New York Yankees ... Favorite TV Show: Entourage ... Favorite Sports Hero: Tino Martinez.

Hometown: Melville, N.Y. H High School: Half Hollow Hils East H Year: Freshman Y Position: LHP • B/T: L/L P Height: 5-10 • Weight: 160 H

High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at Half Hollow Hills East in Dix Hills, N.Y. ... named captain as a senior ... a three-time all-league selection ... 2009 all-county selection ... earned 2009 Gold Glove at pitcher ... went a combined 9-3 with 1.08 ERA in junior and senior years ... struck out 150 batters in 84.0 innings. Personal: Adam Brown ... son of Jeffrey and Robin Brown ... born June 26, 1991 ... has brother-Bryan ... Favorite Food: Chinese ... When I am not playing baseball or studying, my favorite thing to do is: Golf, bowling ... If I could change anything about the game of baseball I would change: Distance of the fences.

Vincent Caesar V

James Campbell

Hometown: Massapequa, N.Y. High School: Massapequa Year: Freshman Y Position: IF • B/T: R/R Height: 5-9 • Weight: 160

Hometown: Bridgeport, Conn. High School: St. Joseph Year: Freshman Position: RHP • B/T: R/R Height: 6-1 • Weight: 175

#14

High School: Played three years of varsity baseball at Massapequa HS in Massapequa, N.Y ... a 2009 All-Long Island selection ... elected to play for Nassau County in Long Island All-Star game ... a 2008 All-League selection ... hit .400 as a senior and .395 as a junior. Personal: Vincent Caesar ... son of Scott and Debbie Caesar ... born Sept. 29, 1991 ... has one brother, Nick and one sister, Kim ... The record I dream of breaking: Most stolen bases ... The person(s) I look up to most: My Mom and Dad.

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#41

High School: Played two years of varsity baseball at St. Joseph HS in Trumbull, Conn. ... named captain as a senior ... a 2009 all-FCIAC and all-district selection ... went 7-2 with 2.04 ERA as a senior ... went 4-1 as a junior. Personal: James Campbell ... son of Jim and Elizabeth Campbell ... born Sept. 20, 1991 ... has brother-Christopher and sister-Jennifer ... What makes me a good baseball player is: My composure ... Most impressive person I’ve ever met: Al Pacino ... Favorite Sports Hero: Mariano Rivera.

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Newcomers William Carmona W

Travis Jankowski

Hometown: Hempstead, N.Y. High School: Hempstead Year: Freshman Y Position: IF/RHP • B/T: R/R Height: 6-0 • Weight: 225

Hometown: Lancaster, Pa. High School: Lancaster Catholic Year: Freshman Position: OF • B/T: R/R Height: 6-2 • Weight: 180

#5

#6

High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at Hempstead HS ... a three-time captain ... a two-time all-conference selection and three-time team MVP ... a all-county pick as a senior ... also a three year letterwinner in football and track ... a three-time captain in football ... a three-time all-conference selection ... an all-academic selection all-conference selection as a senior.

High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at Lancaster Catholic HS in Lancaster, Pa. ... a two-time All State selection ... led Lancaster to District 3 Double-A Championship as a senior ... hit .471 with 20 RBI and 25 runs scored as a senior ... had 33 hits in Lancaster’s 26 games including 16 extrabase hits ... stole 24 bases ... played four years of varsity football.

Personal: William Maissell Carmona ... son of William and Maira Carmona ... has one sister- Nircia ... born March 9, 1991 ... favorite professional sports team: Philadelphia Eagles ... Person I look up to most: My father ... Most impressive person I’ve ever met: My Mother.

Personal: Travis Paul Jankowski ... son of Paul and Kelly Jankowski ... has brother-Tyler and sister-Mandy ... Most Impressive person I’ve met: Phil Mickelson ... Reality Show I have best chance of winning: Price is Right ... The biggest influence on me as a baseball player: My Dad.

Anthony Luciano A

Thor Miller

Hometown: Holtsville, N.Y. High School: Sachem East Year: RS-Sophomore Y Position: RHP • B/T: R/R Height: 5-10 • Weight: 185

Hometown: Miller Place, N.Y. H High School: Miller Place H Year: Freshman Y Position: LHP • B/T: L/L P Height: 6-0 • Weight: 185 H

#11

High School: Played two years of varsity baseball at Sachem East in Farmingville, N.Y. ... a captain as a senior ... a 2007 all-league selection. Personal: Anthony Michael Luciano ... son of John and Donna Luciano ... has one sister- Maria ... born Oct. 8, 1989 ... Person I look up to the most: Derek Jeter ... One thing I have to take on every road trip: I-Pod ... Most Impressive person I’ve ever met is: Brian Cashman

#16

High School: Player two years of varsity baseball at Miller Place HS in Miller Place, N.Y. ... named captain as a senior ... a 2009 All-State, all-league and all-county selection ... named League V Pitcher of the Year ... a Suffolk County All-Star ... had a 1.10 ERA ... struck out 95 batters in 73 innings ... hit .485 with four home runs ... named Team MVP and League V Pitcher of the Year as a junior ... an all-league and all-county selection ... had 0.83 ERA ... struck out 55 batters in 53.0 innings. Personal: Kyle Thor Miller ... son of Mitchel and Jane Miller ... born May 15, 1991 ... has brother-Alex and sister-Kara ... Record I dream of breaking: Wins ... Biggest influence on me as a baseball player: My Dad ... If I could change anything about the game of baseball I would change: No metal bats.

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Newcomers Patrick O’Leary H Hometown: Kitchener, Ontario High School: St. Mary’s H Year: Freshman Y Position: OF • B/T: R/R P Height: 5-10 • Weight: 190 H

Hometown: Sparta, N.J. High School: Sparta Year: Freshman Position: OF/RHP • B/T: R/R Height: 6-2 • Weight: 195

#24

High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at St. Mary’s HS in Woodstock, Ontario ... named 2005 Ontario Junior Player of the Year ... played on Ontario Youth Team that won gold medal ... named Offensive Player of the Tournament ... played for Canadian junior national team ... a four-time MVP in football ... a three-time MVP in track & field and hockey ... earned senior leadership and physical education award at St. Mary’s. Personal: Tanner Scott Nivins ... son of Richard Nivins and Wendy Lee Nivins ... has one brother- Tyler ... born July 17, 1991 ...Person I look up to most: My grandfather ... Superstitions: Never walk on a white line ... When I am not playing baseball or studying, my favorite thing to do is: Read, play Frisbee.

High School: Played three years of varsity baseball at Sparta HS in Sparta, N.J. ... a captain as a senior ... named Team MVP as a junior ... a three-time All League selection ... two-time All-West New Jersey selection ... chosen to play in New Jersey senior All Star game ... hit .400 with six home runs as a senior ... went 5-3 on the mound ... hit .480 with six home runs as a junior ... went 7-1 on the mound. Personal: Pat O’Leary ... son of Kevin and Gale O’Leary ... born Dec. 13, 1990 ... has sister-Jennifer ... Reality show I have the best chance of winning: Who Wants to be a Millionaire ... Record I dream of breaking: Wins ... Favorite Professional Sports team: New York Yankees.

JJasvir Rakkar

Maxx Tissenbaum

H Hometown: Brampton, Ontario High School: Brampton H Year: Freshman Y Position: RHP • B/T: R/R P Height: 6-1 • Weight: 195 H

Hometown: Toronto, Ontario High School: York Mills Collegiate Year: Freshman Position: IF • B/T: R/R Height: 5-11 • Weight: 191

#34

High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at Bramalea Secondary School in Brampton, Ontario ... a two-time captain ... a member of the 2008 Ontario Youth team ... a member of the Honor Society. Personal: Jasvir Rakkar ... son of Avtar and Daljeet Rakkar ... born April 27, 1991 ... Favorite sports hero: Jackie Robinson ... Most Impressive Person I’ve ever met: Vince Carter ... Favorite Movie: Step Brothers.

G.C. Yerry G Hometown: West Shokan, N.Y. H High School: Onteora H Year: Freshman Y Position: LHP • B/T: L/L P Height: 6-1 • Weight: 195 H

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#8

High School: Played three years at York Mills Collegiate in Toronto, Canada ... played for Ontario Youth team that won gold medal at Canada Cup ... named Best Defensive Player of the Canada Cup ... played for Canadian Junior National team ... drafted by Toronto Blue Jays in 2009 MLB First Year Player draft. Personal: Maxx Tissenbaum ... son of Gerry Tissenbaum and Lisa Taerk ... born July 25, 1991 ... has sister-Molly ... Most Impressive I’ve ever met is: Carlos Delgado ... Person I look up to most: My Dad ... My Favorite Sports Hero: Derek Jeter. .

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High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at Ontearo High School in Boiceville, N.Y. ... a captain as a senior ... named 2009 Mid-Hudson Athletic League Pitcher of the Year ... a third team All-State selection ... went 7-2 with a .37 ERA as a senior ... struck out 111 batters and walked just 14 ... a three-time letter-winner in basketball. Personal: Gonkeylah Yerry ... son of Dennis Yerry and Jean Henry ... born March 29, 1991 ... What makes me a good baseball player: My ability to overcome adversity ... When I’m not playing baseball or studying, my favorite thing to do is: Play ping pong ... Most Impressive person I’ve ever met: My grandfather.

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2009 America East Statistics 2009 Final America East Standings Ameri America rica ri c East W L 13 7 14 10 10 14 4 10 14 14 10 13 11 13 7 1 5 15 4 18

Team Binghamton Albany Stony Brook Vermont Maine Hartford UMBC

Overall W L 2 30 22 34 2 34 26 29 2 23 3 3 23 33 2 32 23 15 3 32 3 9 36

Pct P ct. ct Pct. .65 65 50 .650 ..58 583 58 3 .583 .5 583 .583 .58 58 83 .583 .5 542 .542 .318 .182

2009 America East Championships (Endicott, N.Y.) (four-team, double-elimination) Game #1: #2 Albany 8, #3 Stony Brook 1 Game #2: #1 Binghamton 10, #4 Vermont 7 Game #3: Vermont 13, Stony Brook 11 Game #4: Binghamton 11, Albany 7 Game #5: Albany 10, Vermont 9 Game #6: Binghamton 16, Albany 6

Pct. .577 .567 .558 .411 .582 .319 .200

2009 All-America East Championship Team Chad Marshall, Stony Brook Dave Soltis, Vermont Ethan Paquette, Vermont David Kubiak, Albany David West, Albany Ryan Gugel, Albany

Mike Augliera, Binghamton Jim Calderone, Binghamton (MOP) Jeff Dennis, Binghamton CJ Lukaszewski, Binghamton

All-Conference First Team Murphy Smith, Binghamton, SP! Mike Errigo, Stony Brook, SP Justin Albert, Vermont, SP Sean Gregory, Albany, RP Ryan Gugel, Albany, C Rob Dyer, Stony Brook, 1B Brad Brainer, UMBC, 2B Matt Duffy, Vermont, SS# Kyle Klee, Binghamton, 3B Brian Witkowski, Stony Brook, OF Kevin McAvoy, Maine, OF Nick Thode, Stony Brook, DH

Second Team Dave Kubiak, Albany, SP Zach Kraham, Albany, SP Tyler Johnson, Stony Brook, SP Greg Lane, Binghamton, RP Myckie Lugbauer, Maine, C Chad Marshall, Stony Brook, 2B Tony Patane, Maine, SS Jarrett Lukas, Maine, 3B Bill Cather, Maine, OF Michael Tansey, Stony Brook, OF Mark Micowski, Vermont, OF Justin Milo, Vermont, DH

All-Rookie Team Zach Kraham, Albany, SP Mike Augliera, Binghamton, RHP Ian Leisenheimer, Maine, DH AJ Bazdanes, Maine, RHP Pat Cantwell, Stony Brook, C Tyler Johnson, Stony Brook, RHP Nick Tropeano, Stony Brook, RHP Mike McCarthy, Vermont, C David Ciocchi, Binghamton, 1B* *Rookie of the Year !Pitcher of the Year #Player of the Year

Team Leaders PITCHING School Maine Binghamton Stony Brook Vermont

IP 446.1 415.1 422.1 451.2

W-L 32-23 30-33 29-23 23-33

HITTING School Maine Binghamton Stony Brook Vermont

Runs 377 357 359 374

H 577 547 543 560

ERA 4.60 5.27 6.03 6.56

AVG. .319 .319 .315 .303

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BATTING Name Matt Duffy Shawn Retz Dave Ciocchi Kevin McAvoy Mark Micowski

School Vermont UMBC Binghamton Maine Vermont

HITS Name Mark Micowski Billy Cather Jim Calderone Matt Duffy Chad Marshall

School Vermont Maine Binghamton Vermont Stony Brook

H 80 73 72 69 68

RBI Name Matt Duffy Corey Taylor Rob Dyer Drexel Ryan Gugel

School Vermont Binghamton Stony Brook Hartford Albany

RUNS Name Matt Duffy Mark Micowski Brendan Rowland Jim Calderone Billy Cather

School Vermont Vermont Albany Binghamton Maine

AVG .388 .383 .381 .379 .365

HOME RUNS Name Corey Taylor Rob Dyer Michael Tansey Matt Duffy Brian Witkowski

School Binghamton Stony Brook Stony Brook Vermont Stony Brook

HR 16 15 13 13 12

DOUBLES Name School Michael Tansey Stony Brook Matt Duffy Vermont Tony Patane Maine Mark Micowski Vermont 4 tied with 15 doubles

2B 18 17 16 16

RBI 57 56 50 49 49

TRIPLES Name School Jim Calderone Binghamton Drexel Hartford Mark Micowski Vermont Siano Hartford 4 tied with three triples

3B 5 4 4 4

R 57 55 55 53 52

ON-BASE PERCENTAGE Name School Matt Duffy Vermont Amendola Hartford Kevin McAvoy Maine Shawn Retz UMBC Nick Thode Stony Brook

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OBP .495 .475 .469 .445 .442

STOLEN BASES Name School Danny Menendez Maine Mark Micowski Vermont Brendan Rowland Albany Ben Sobocinski Hartford 2 tied with 16 stolen bases

SB 38-46 28-36 25-29 17-21

ERA Name Murphy Smith Kevin Scanlan A.J. Bazdanes Matt Jebb Jeff Dennis

School Binghamton Maine Maine Maine Binghamton

ERA 3.12 3.96 4.30 4.33 4.37

WINS Name Matt Jebb Keith Rakus Murphy Smith Pat Quinn

School Maine Vermont Binghamton Maine

W 7 7 7 6

STRIKEOUTS Name Murphy Smith Justin Albert Joe Serafin Tyler Johnson Mike Errigo

School Binghamton Vermont Vermont Stony Brook Stony Brook

K 84 65 62 58 58

INNINGS PITCHED Name School Murphy Smith Binghamton Justin Albert Vermont Joe Serafin Vermont Matt Jebb Maine Mike Errigo Stony Brook

IP 89.1 89.0 83.1 79.0 75.1

APPEARANCES Name School Sean Gregory Albany Alejandro Balsinde Maine Leif Sirenson Vermont Greg Lane Binghamton Jordan Purington Stony Brook

APP 33 23 21 21 20

SAVES Name Greg Lane Sean Gregory A, Balsinde Greg Lutton A. Beaulieu

School Binghamton Albany Maine Vermont Albany

OPPONENT BATTING AVERAGE Name School Murphy Smith Binghamton Mike Augliera Binghamton A.J. Bazdanes Maine Kevin Scanlan Maine Mike Errigo Stony Brook

S 7 6 4 3 3

AVG .232 .241 .244 .253 .268


2009 Statistics Individual Hitting Player AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH Thode, Nick .364 49-47 173 38 63 15 1 6 32 98 .566 22 3 24 3 .442 1 1 Marshall, Chad .354 50-50 192 42 68 13 0 2 24 87 .453 9 5 12 3 .394 2 13 Mazzurco, Steven.348 50-48 178 37 62 12 0 1 20 77 .433 9 4 23 7 .389 2 2 Tansey, Michael .343 49-48 175 50 60 18 0 13 40 117 .669 13 5 31 2 .402 1 1 Witkowski, Brian .341 49-49 176 43 60 15 2 12 36 115 .653 27 4 26 2 .435 2 1 Stephan, Michael .298 39-34 121 17 36 4 0 4 17 52 .430 18 8 15 4 .419 1 0 Dyer, Rob .285 50-46 172 33 49 7 2 15 50 105 .610 16 2 41 3 .349 2 1 Cantwell, Pat .284 42-31 109 24 31 3 2 2 16 44 .404 10 3 9 6 .355 2 4 Rebecca, Chad .276 42-40 127 29 35 5 1 1 21 45 .354 13 4 20 2 .351 4 1 Fier, Keith .256 46-38 133 22 34 3 0 0 24 37 .278 12 0 18 3 .317 0 5 -------------Nowak, Jeremy .284 28-12 67 12 19 6 0 1 8 28 .418 6 1 12 2 .351 0 0 Marino, Stephen .275 22-22 69 6 19 1 1 2 13 28 .406 8 2 12 2 .367 0 1 Maier, Chris .250 16-2 16 3 4 0 0 0 2 4 .250 0 0 1 0 .250 0 1 Intagliata, Sal .188 22-1 16 3 3 0 0 0 3 3 .188 5 0 5 0 .364 1 0 Tropeano, Nick .000 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Totals .315 52-52 1725 359 543 102 9 59 306 840 .487 168 41 249 39 .385 18 31 Opponents .292 52-52 1686316 492 95 22 44 294 763 .453 168 47 340 32 .368 18 28 LOB - Team (364), Opp (364). DPs turned - Team (35), Opp (48). CI - Team (1), Thode, N. 1. IBB - Team (9), Thode, N. 2, Dyer, R. 2, Nowak, J. 1, Stephan, M. 1, Cantwell, P. 1, Witkowski, B 1, Marino, S. 1, Opp (3). Picked off - Cantwell, P. 3, Fier, K. 2, Rebecca, C. 2, Mazzurco, S. 1, Tansey, M. 1, Stephan, M. 1, Thode, N. 1, Marino, S. 1, Dyer, R. 1.

SB-ATT 0-0 1-1 5-10 4-6 10-13 0-0 3-3 6-6 3-4 3-3

PO 213 102 68 86 91 1 343 182 46 59

A 27 135 1 4 3 0 27 34 83 99

1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 36-47 52-76

23 13 7 4 2 1268 1260

6 41 12 0 9 531 541

Individual Pitching Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B Nowak, Jeremy 4.32 2 1 18 1 0 0 0 4 25.0 23 12 12 7 17 3 Errigo, Mike 4.78 4 4 12 12 1 1 0 0 75.1 81 42 40 22 58 14 Tropeano, Nick 5.12 5 1 14 8 4 1 0 0 58.0 69 38 33 16 50 20 Johnson, Tyler 5.32 5 3 13 10 3 2 0 0 64.1 67 42 38 21 58 11 Brown, Marc 5.81 3 3 19 6 0 0 1 1 48.0 56 36 31 17 39 10 Maier, Chris 6.00 1 2 10 0 0 0 1 0 15.0 20 13 10 5 11 0 Purington, Jordan 6.33 1 1 20 0 0 0 1 0 27.0 35 21 19 11 17 6 Stecko-Haley, Evan 6.39 2 4 15 7 0 0 1 0 43.2 52 42 31 22 42 7 Kalkau, Jonathan 6.51 3 4 16 5 0 0 1 1 27.2 28 21 20 24 23 8 Goglia, Joe 8.76 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 12.1 17 12 12 11 7 3 Harloff, Matt 11.00 3 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 18.0 29 24 22 7 12 7 Melioris, Joe 14.04 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 8.1 15 13 13 5 6 6 Totals 5.98 29 23 52 52 8 5 1 6 422.2 492 316 281 168 340 95 Opponents 6.13 23 29 52 52 5 2 2 6 420.0 543 359 286 168 249 102 PB - Team (6), Thode, N. 4, Cantwell, P. 2, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (4), Cantwell, P. 2, Brown, M. 1, Johnson, T. 1, Opp (11). SBA/ATT - Cantwell, P. (28-43), Thode, N. (24-31), Johnson, T. (11-15), Stecko-Haley (8-12), Brown, M. (10-10), Purington, J (7-9), Tropeano, N. (2-8), Kalkau, J. (5-7), Nowak, J. (3-5), Goglia, J. (4-4), Maier, C. (2-3), Errigo, M.

3B 1 3 3 4 1 3 2 3 0 1 1 0 22 9

HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2 92 .250 3 3 1 1 1 10 302 .268 8 3 0 2 4 4 234 .295 4 5 2 4 3 6 246 .272 3 9 2 2 3 6 188 .298 2 8 0 0 9 0 65 .308 3 4 0 0 0 3 107 .327 2 3 1 1 2 6 176 .295 6 7 0 3 4 2 104 .269 7 2 0 1 1 1 51 .333 3 1 0 1 1 3 83 .349 7 0 0 2 0 1 38 .395 0 2 0 1 0 44 1686 .292 48 47 6 18 28 59 1725 .315 65 41 5 18 31

Individual Fielding Player Tansey, Michael Purington, Jordan Intagliata, Sal Harloff, Matt Melioris, Joe Kalkau, Jonathan Stephan, Michael Marshall, Chad Cantwell, Pat Dyer, Rob Thode, Nick Witkowski, Brian Marino, Stephen Mazzurco, Steven Maier, Chris Brown, Marc Nowak, Jeremy Errigo, Mike Johnson, Tyler Tropeano, Nick Rebecca, Chad Fier, Keith Stecko-Haley, Evan Goglia, Joe Barbot, Michael Totals Opponents

C 90 8 4 4 2 2 1 239 218 375 245 97 56 72 20 18 31 13 25 12 141 180 12 1 0 1866 1888

PO 86 2 4 4 1 1 1 102 182 343 213 91 13 68 7 3 23 7 6 2 46 59 4 0 0 1268 1260

A 4 6 0 0 1 1 0 135 34 27 27 3 41 1 12 14 6 5 17 9 83 99 6 0 0 531 541

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 5 5 3 2 3 1 1 2 1 2 1 12 22 2 1 0 67 87

FLD% DPs 1.000 0 1.000 1 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 .992 26 .991 1 .987 28 .980 5 .969 0 .964 2 .958 0 .950 1 .944 0 .935 0 .923 0 .920 1 .917 1 .915 10 .878 20 .833 0 .000 0 .000 0 .964 35 .954 48

SBA 0 7 0 0 0 5 0 0 28 0 24 0 0 0 2 10 3 0 11 2 0 0 8 4 0 52 36

CSB 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 15 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 2 3 4 6 0 0 4 0 0 24 11

SBA% .778 .714 .651 .774 .667 1.000 .600 .000 .733 .250 .667 1.000 .684 .766

PB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 9

CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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Stony Brook Player Development

Joe Nathan 1995 6th Round Selection

Chris Flinn 2001 3rd Round Selection

Andrew Larsen 2005 13th Round Selection

Jon Lewis 2005 16th Round Selection

Alex Trezza 2001 18th Round Selection

Matt Devins 2005 34th Round Selection

Tom Koehler 2008 18th Round Selection

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Single Season Records/Indiv. Honors Single-Season Records Games Played Michael Stephan Andrew Larsen Kevin Solano Steven Mazzurco Chris Sipp Brian Witkowski Rob Dyer Chad Marshall Brian Witkowski Keith Fier Andrew Larsen Dave Mischo Isidro Fortuna Chris Sipp

60 56 56 55 55 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54 54

2008 2004 2004 2008 2007 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2003 2004 2006 2006

At-bats Andrew Larsen Brian Witkowski Kevin Solano Andrew Larsen Chris Sipp Chad Marshall George Kearnes Matt Devins Andres Perez

215 205 203 202 201 200 200 199 199

2005 2007 2004 2004 2007 2008 2001 2005 2006

79 76 74 74 71

2005 1999 1999 1999 2005

.460 .441 .439 .439 .437

1994 1983 1975 1991 1991

25 20 18 18

2005 2003 2003 2001

Hits Andrew Larsen Gregg Foster Craig Ansman C.J. Lutz Matt Devins Batting Average Erik Haag Frank Pena Billy Ianciello Jared Janoski Bill Zagger Doubles Andrew Larsen Matt Devins Andrew Larsen Rich Graham

All-Time Individual Honors

Triples Joe Nathan Danny Paradis Vin Causeman Alex Trezza

8 7 6 6

1994 1995 1996 1999

Home Runs Alex Trezza Craig Ansman Gregg Foster Alex Trezza Craig Ansman

23 20 17 17 16

2001 1999 1999 1999 1998

Runs Batted In Alex Trezza Craig Ansman George Kearnes Craig Ansman Alex Trezza

68 62 60 59 55

2001 1999 2001 1998 1999

Runs Scored Gregg Foster Alex Trezza Alex Trezza Brian Witkowski Craig Ansman

60 59 59 56 54

1999 2001 1999 2008 1999

Stolen Bases Danny Paradis Chris Livingston Brian Witkowski Bob O’Brien Danny Paradis Don Willsey

26 24 22 21 19 19

1996 1994 2007 1981 1995 1991

Walks Michael Stephan Alex Trezza Jason Cifuentes Dave Marcus Mike Russo Three tied at

48 36 36 35 30 28

2008 2001 1996 1994 2003

9 9 8

1994 2002

Wins Drew McDowell Jon Lewis Five tied at

All-Region

All-America East

Mike Errigo Rob Dyer Nick Thode Brian Witkowski Tyler Johnson!# Chad Marshall! Nick Tropeano# Michael Tansey! Tom Koehler Jordan Purington Stephen Marino # Chad Marshall #! Gary Novakowski Justin Echevarria Brian Witkowski Rob Dyer # Michael Stephan Rob Leonard Jon Pasieka Matt Devins Andrew Larsen Isidro Fortuna Tom Koehler# Chris Sipp # Ed Kull Matt Restivo # Mike Russo David Wood # Rich Graham Jon Lewis # * Dwayne Whitaker

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2006, 2007 2007 2007, 2008 2007 2007, 2008 2007 2006 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002 2005 2005 2005, 2006 2004, 2006 2003 2003 2003 2003 2002 2002 2002 * Rookie of the Year # All-Rookie Team ! All-America East second team

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Michael Stephan Rob Leonard Matt Devins Andrew Larsen Anthony Stutz Alex Trezza Craig Ansman CJ Lutz Moises Cruz Chris Flinn Gregg Foster George Kearnes Vin Causeman Dan Paradis Sal Tavarnese Joe Nathan Eric Haag Chris Livingston Dave Marcus Drew McDowell Jason Greco Bill Zagger Don Willsey

2008 2007 2005 2004 2001 2001, 2000, 1999 2000, 1999, 1998 2000, 1999 1999, 1998 1999 1999 1999 1998 1996 1996 1995, 1994 1994 1994 1994, 1992 1994 1992 1992 1989

All-American

Craig Ansman Alex Trezza Chad Marshall*

1999 2001 2008

*Freshman All-American

Collegiate Baseball AllAmerican Matt Devins Jon Lewis Michael Stephan (Freshman)

2002 2002 2007

Saves Jeremy Nowak Jordan Purington Moises Cruz Anthony Stutz Matt Restivo Moises Cruz

7 7 7 5 4 4

2008 2008 1999 2001 2003 1998

Strikeouts Chris Flinn Chris Flinn Tom Koehler Jon Lewis Jon Lewis Sal Tavernese Tom Koehler

121 114 111 93 90 88 87

2001 2000 2008 2004 2002 1996 2007

Earned Run Average Moises Cruz Ray Helinski Kurt Jung Sal Tavernese Tim Lynch

0.59 1.05 1.08 1.53 1.58

1999 1974 2006 1996 1995

100.0 93.1 89.2 88.2 88.1

2004 2008 2004 2001 1996

Complete Games Sal Tavernese Jon Lewis Drew McDowell Sal Tavernese Six tied at

10 7 7 6 5

1995 2004 1994 1996

Appearances Jordan Purington Matt Restivo Anthony Stutz Gary Novakowski Matt Restivo

29 24 23 21 20

2009 2003 2001 2006 2004

Innings Pitched Jon Lewis Tom Koehler Kevin Fitzgerald Chris Flinn Sal Tavernese

AE All-Tournament Team Steven Mazzurco* Justin Echevarria Mike Errigo Gary Novakowski Rob Leonard Jon Pasieka Andres Perez Andrew Larsen Matt Devins Isidro Fortuna* Dave Mischo Matt Restivo Chris Sipp Nick Theoharis Lee Lipschutz Jim McCurdy Dwayne Whitaker

2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2006 2006 2004, 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004, 2006 2004 2004 2003 2003 2002 *Most Outstanding Player

All-NECC Craig Ansman Chris Flinn CJ Lutz George Kearnes Alex Trezza Vin Causeman Gregg Foster Dennis Kelly Frank Colon Anthony Vino

1999, 1998 1999 1999 1999 1999 1998 1998 1998 1997 1997

ECAC All-Stars Chris Flinn Alex Trezza Craig Ansman Sal Tavarnese Drew McDowell

2001 2001 1999, 1998 1995 1994


Rob Dyer Career Record Holders

Career Record Holders Games Played Andrew Larsen (2002-05) Chris Sipp (2004-07) Matt Devins (2002-05) Lee Lipschutz (2000-03) Isidro Fortuna (2003-06) Ed Kull (2000-03) George Kearnes (1997-99, 01) Gregg Foster (1997-00) Rich Graham (2001-03) Vin Causeman (1995-98)

211 209 200 179 177 171 162 152 144 143

At Bats Andrew Larsen (2002-05) Matt Devins (2002-05) Chris Sipp (2004-07) Gregg Foster (1997-00) George Kearnes (1997-99, 01) Isidro Fortuna (2003-06) Rich Graham (2001-03) Vin Causeman (1995-98) Alex Trezza (1999-00) Chris Manna (1997-00) Brian Witkowski (2006-) CJ Lutz (1997-00)

750 724 693 612 598 588 508 496 495 494 479 477

Hits Matt Devins (2002-05) Andrew Larsen (2002-05) Gregg Foster (1997-00) George Kearnes (1997-99, 01) Chris Sipp (2004-07) Craig Ansman (1997-00) Isidro Fortuna (2003-06) Vin Causeman (1995-98) Alex Trezza (1999-01) Chris Manna (1997-00) Rich Graham (2001-03)

244 230 226 202 194 189 186 182 173 168 160

Doubles Andrew Larsen (2002-05) Matt Devins (2002-05) Gregg Foster (1997-00) George Kearnes (1997-99, 01) Isidro Fortuna (2003-2006) CJ Lutz (1997-00) Chris Manna (1997-00) Lee Lipschutz (2000-03) Brian Witkowski (2006-)

67 59 53 45 44 44 41 36 32

Triples Vin Causeman (1995-98) Joe Nathan (1993-95) Dan Paradis (1995-96) Gregg Foster (1997-00) Isidro Fortuna (2003-06) Matt Devins (2002-05) Alex Trezza (1999-01) Scott McAleer (1994-97) Dwayne Whitaker (2001-2002) Brian Witkowski (2006-)

14 10 10 9 8 8 7 7 7 7

Home Runs Alex Trezza (1999-01) Craig Ansman (1997-00) George Kearnes (1997-99, 01) Gregg Foster (1997-00) C.J. Lutz (1997-00) Andrew Larsen (2002-05) Isidro Fortuna (2003-06) Matt Devins (2002-05)

55 48 46 38 23 21 18 18

Runs Batted In Alex Trezza (1999-01) George Kearnes (1997-99, 01) Craig Ansman (1997-00) Matt Devins (2002-05) Gregg Foster (1997-00) Chris Manna (1997-00) Andrew Larsen (2002-05) Dave Marcus (1992-95) CJ Lutz (1997-00)

176 169 163 143 142 120 117 117 115

Runs Gregg Foster (1997-00) Andrew Larsen (2002-05) Alex Trezza (1999-01) Matt Devins (2002-05) Craig Ansman (1987-00) CJ Lutz (1997-00) George Kearnes (1997-99, 01) Dave Marcus (1992-95) Vin Causeman (1995-98) Brian Witkowski (2006-) Lee Lipschutz (2000-03)

181 161 159 150 145 137 136 127 126 123 109

Saves Nick Abel (2002-06) Moises Cruz (1998-99) Jordan Purington (2007-) Jeremy Nowak (2007-) Matt Restivo (2003-06) Garrett Waller (1993-96) Anthony Stutz (2001-02) Barry Liebowitz (1990-93) Dan Gelling (1996-97) Sal Tavernese (1995-96) Three tied Strikeouts Jon Lewis (2002-05) Chris Flinn (1999-01) Tom Koehler (2005-08) Matt Restivo (2003-06) Tim Loyal (1996-99) Mike Franchi (1982-85) Sal Tavernese (1995-96) Pat Hart (1993-96) Kris Bakey (2003-06) Tim Lynch (1993-96) Ea Earned-Run-Average (M (Minimum 50 Innings Pitched) Sa Tavernese (1995-96) Sal Ch Ryba (1972-73) Chris Ke Kevin Martinez (1974-75) Ke Kevin Fitzgerald (2003-05) Jo Lewis (2002-05) Jon Tim Lynch (1993-96) Nic Abel (2002-06) Nick Ma Restivo (2003-06) Matt Inn Innings Pitched Jo Lewis (2002-05) Jon To Koehler (2005-08) Tom Ma Restivo (2003-06) Matt Ch Flinn (1999-01) Chris Tim Loyal (1996-99) Mi Robertson (1992-95) Mike Ga Novakowski (2004-08) Gary Pa Hart (1993-96) Pat Mik Mike Franchi (1982-85) Sal Tavernese (1995-96) Dennis Kelly (1995-97)

Gary Novakowski Stolen Bases Don Willsey (1988-91) Chris Livingston (1993-96) Andrew Larsen (2002-05) Dan Paradis (1995-96) Brian Witkowski (2006-) Ken Kortright (1990-93) Scott Shermansky (1990-93) Brian Witkowski (2006-Present) Vin Autera (1990-93)

51 49 45 45 42 33 30 28 25

Wins Jon Lewis (2002-05) Chris Flinn (1999-01) Tim Loyal (1996-99) Tom Koehler (2005-08) Gary Novakowski (2004-08) Matt Restivo (2003-06) Mike Robertson (1992-95) Tim Lynch (1993-96) Sal Tavernese (1995-96) Drew McDowell (1990-94) Pat Hart (1993-96)

25 24 18 17 17 16 16 16 16 14 13

Appearances Matt Restivo (2003-06) Nick Abel (2002-06) Tom Koehler (2005-08) Jon Lewis (2002-05) Gary Novakowski (2004-08) Kris Bakey (2003-06) Tom Koehler (2005-08) Kurt Jung (2004-07) Chris Flinn (1999-01) Three tied at

11 11 7 7 7 6 5 4 4 4 3

322 322 297 197 189 163 160 132 122 121

2.17 2.58 3.02 3.11 3.20 3.51 3.74 3.76

338.1 293.1 244.0 234.0 219.0 212.0 192.2 181.1 179.0 170.1 164.0

75 68 59 55 51 50 45 44 37 33

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Year-By-Year Statistics Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 42 Seasons

W 29 34 31 25 23 29 33 27 35 30 36 23 15 27 30 26 13 17 16 12 16 9 11 12 7 6 6 3 13 13 12 10 6 13 12 12 9 6 3 5 7 7 7 3 753

L 23 26 24 29 28 27 21 24 16 11 12 11 19 14 8 9 14 12 9 15 10 21 10 10 19 17 12 21 17 14 6 13 16 10 13 10 15 13 14 17 11 10 11 5 695

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

Pct. .558 .567 .564 463 .451 .518 .611 .529 .686 .731 .750 .671 .441 .659 .789 .743 .482 .583 .640 .444 .615 .300 .524 .545 .269 .261 .333 .125 .433 .481 .667 .435 .273 .565 .480 .545 .380 .316 .176 .227 .389 .412 .389 .375 .520

Coach Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Matt Senk Tim Tenaglia Tim Tenaglia Mike Garafola Mike Garafola Mike Garafola Mike Garafola Mike Garafola Mike Garafola Rich Wurster Rich Wurster Rich Krumholz Byrne Gamble Byrne Gamble Rick Smoliak Rick Smoliak Rick Smoliak Rick Smoliak Rick Smoliak Rick Smoliak Rick Smoliak Frank Tirico Frank Tirico Frank Tirico Herb Brown Herb Brown 9 Coaches

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AVG .315 .289 .280 .299 .273 .268 .293 .273 .308 .347 .362 .358 .313 .310 .343 .323 .299 .360 .327 .288 .314 .304 .278

GP 52 60 55 54 51 56 54 51 51 41 48 35 34 41 38 35 28 30 25 27 23 30 26

AB 1725 2001 1795 1811 1681 1833 1739 1600 1787 1440 1677 1189 1071 1369 1191 1103 842 945 840 875 735 925 774 G 52 60 55 54 51 56 54 51 51 41 48 35 34 41 38 35 28 30 25 27 23 30

R 359 361 285 296 247 318 371 307 391 384 450 338 229 335 327 278 168 278 231 206 168 180 160 CG 8 8 11 5 9 14 6 13 6 7 12 3 7 12 19 14 8 13 7 3 6 7

H 543 578 502 542 459 491 509 436 551 500 607 426 335 425 274 356 142 340 275 252 232 281 215

2B 102 121 77 93 90 108 123 91 109 105 111 95 75 85 65 66 40 61 62 39 43 45 43 Sho 5 2 3 0 5 2 1 2 2 2 4 6 3 3 1 2 4 1 0 0 1 0

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HR 59 42 25 31 24 56 55 37 58 73 90 57 23 22 27 17 9 17 13 9 8 11 27

W-L 29-23 34-26 31-24 25-28 23-28 29-27 33-21 27-24 35-16 30-11 36-12 23-11 15-19 27-14 30-8 26-9 13-14-1 17-12-1 16-9 12-15 14-10 9-21

RBI 306 326 243 252 227 294 333 271 343 353 405 310 213 274 274 236 142 232 176 173 134 148 143 Sv 6 16 7 7 6 8 8 5 9 3 8 6 2 7 3 4 6 1 4 3 3 3

TB 840 845 672 762 635 791 823 664 856 844 1011 710 497 610 605 503 335 470 388 330 315 379 351

SLG% .487 .422 .374 .421 .378 .432 .473 .415 .479 .586 .605 .597 .464 .446 .508 .456 .398 .497 .462 .377 .427 .410 .453 IP 422.2 495.0 453.1 445.2 426.0 468.0 431.2 387.1 432.0 331.1 373.2 265.0 252.2 329.1 294.0 261.1 212.0 220.1 199.0 214.2 174.0 223.0

Postseason America East Tournament America East Champions, NCAA Regional America East Tournament America East Runner-Up America East Champions, NCAA Regional America East Runner-Up America East Semifinals NYSBC Regular Season Champs ECAC Champs ECAC Quarterfinals ECAC Semifinals NCAA DIII NY Regional ECAC Finals ECAC co-Champions

ECAC Quarterfinals

Coaching History Coach Matt Senk (1991-Pres.) Tim Tenaglia (1989-90) Mike Garafola (1983-88) Rich Wurster (1981-82) Rich Krumholz (1980) Byrne Gamble (1978-79) Rick Smoliak (1971-77) Frank Tirico (1968-70) Herb Brown (1966-67) TOTALS

BB 168 183 127 148 197 194 178 202 184 150 175 119 115 242 168 166 128 147 139 153 68 128 116 H 492 561 490 468 442 499 447 440 438 353 384 321 284 326 298 310 208 276 236 267 224 305

SO 249 323 283 284 298 349 336 318 313 186 283 182 151 169 139 139 105 112 84 117 113 181 105 R 316 341 278 256 238 289 289 282 314 239 256 220 208 234 167 195 129 192 193 224 182 255

OB% .385 .367 .345 .360 .357 .342 .367 .367 .379 .416 .429 .422 .386 .419 .430 .417 .393 .450 .428 .399 .388 .392 .378

SF 18 22 19 18 26 22 28 25 23 30 22 15 18 14 25 18 13 11 11 13 12 11 7 ER 281 280 232 209 198 230 223 230 241 199 180 171 129 154 110 145 100 154 156 176 141 179

SH 31 31 34 36 30 25 13 16 19 8 13 11 17 19 14 8 22 22 7 16 18 9 5

SB-ATT 36-47 49-62 54-70 43-57 37-52 46-65 43-56 63-79 34-46 22-28 27-34 14-26 26-36 61-88 43-55 63-83 18-27 63-73 62-74 59-67 39-52 43-54 52-64 ERA 5.98 5.09 4.61 4.22 4.18 4.42 4.65 5.21 5.02 5.41 4.34 5.81 4.59 4.21 3.37 4.99 4.25 6.29 7.06 7.38 7.29 7.22

W 499 28 51 16 13 22 61 19 10 724

PO 1268 1485 1360 1337 1278 1404 1295 1163 1287 994 1121 795 758 988 882 784 636 661 597 644 522 669 554 BB 168 224 182 150 158 175 208 170 256 187 199 116 152 182 117 125 112 117 125 173 157 115

L 237 25 89 38 14 19 91 38 16 672

A 531 622 542 566 584 571 517 422 516 402 466 335 321 461 394 349 275 270 263 272 229 267 266

T 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4

E 67 75 78 88 69 115 99 70 94 64 98 83 77 93 86 81 70 59 61 77 51 88 81 K 340 405 358 369 328 393 340 275 403 301 339 209 177 278 227 180 146 90 95 120 125 137

WP 48 50 40 21 27 42 50 47 70 46 41 22 26 24 35 32 11 6 21 46 36 30

Pct. .678 .528 .364 .296 .481 .537 .402 .333 .385 .519


Year-By-Year Results 2009 Record: (29-23, 14-10 America East) Post Season: America East Tournament Date Opponent 2/27 @ Florida Atlantic 2/28 @ Florida Atlantic 2/28 @ Florida Atlantic 3/1 @ Florida Atlantic 3/6 vs. Creighton 3/6 @ No. 14 Coastal Carolina 3/7 vs. IPFW 3/8 @ No. 14 Coastal Carolina 3/17 @ Seton Hall 3/21 LeMoyne 3/21 LeMoyne 3/22 LeMoyne 3/22 LeMoyne 3/25 Fordham 3/27 @ NYIT 3/28 NYIT 3/28 NYIT 3/30 @ NYIT 4/1 Hofstra 4/4 Vermont 4/4 Vermont 4/5 Vermont 4/5 Vermont 4/7 @ Virginia 4/8 @ Virginia 4/10 @ UMBC 4/10 @ UMBC 4/11 @ UMBC 4/18 @ Binghamton 4/18 @ Binghamton 4/19 @ Binghamton 4/19 @ Binghamton 4/23 @ Fairleigh Dickinson 4/25 Albany 4/25 Albany 4/26 Albany 4/26 Albany 4/29 @ Fairfield 5/2 Rider 5/2 Rider 5/6 Marist 5/9 @ Hartford 5/9 @ Hartford 5/10 @ Hartford 5/10 @ Hartford 5/15 Maine 5/15 Maine 5/16 Maine 5/16 Maine 5/21 Albany* 5/22 Vermont* *America East Tournament 2008 Record: (34-26, 14-10 America East) Post Season: NCAA Tempe Regional Date Opponent 3/1 @ Charleston Southern 3/1 @ Charleston Southern 3/2 @ Charleston Southern 3/8 @ Southeastern La. 3/8 @ Southeastern La. 3/9 @ Southeastern La. 3/15 @ Charlotte 3/16 @ Charlotte 3/16 @ Charlotte 3/18 @ #19 Virginia 3/18 @ #19 Virginia 3/20 @ James Madison 3/22 @ Longwood 3/22 @ Longwood 3/23 @ Longwood 3/26 @ Fordham 3/28 New York Tech 3/29 @ New York Tech 3/29 @ New York Tech 3/30 New York Tech 4/2 @ Hofstra 4/5 Binghamton 4/5 Binghamton 4/6 Binghamton 4/6 Binghamton 4/9 @ Marist 4/11 Hartford 4/12 Hartford 4/12 Hartford 4/13 Hartford 4/15 Hofstra 4/18 @ Vermont 4/19 @ Vermont 4/19 @ Vermont 4/20 @ Vermont 4/22 @ Hofstra 4/25 @ Maine 4/26 @ Maine 4/26 @ Maine 4/27 @ Maine 4/30 Fairfield 5/3 Lafayette 5/3 Lafayette 5/4 @ Lafayette 5/4 @ Lafayette 5/7 @ Seton Hall 5/10 UMBC 5/10 UMBC 5/11 UMBC 5/11 UMBC

Score L, 1-6 L, 1-9 L, 2-9 L, 9-13 W, 8-2 L, 0-9 W, 6-3 L, 3-36 L, 4-10 W, 8-4 W, 3-2 W, 8-3 L, 7-10 W, 11-10 W, 11-3 W, 10-0 W, 6-0 L, 3-6 L, 3-4 W, 5-4 L, 7-9 W, 6-3 W, 21-20 L, 0-8 W, 6-2 W, 8-0 L, 4-7 W, 9-6 L, 7-8 L, 3-4 L, 7-8 W, 7-6 W, 5-1 L, 4-5 W, 16-3 W, 4-1 L, 7-10 W, 14-6 W, 4-2 W, 13-5 W, 2-0 W, 7-2 W, 16-0 L, 3-4 W, 17-1 L, 1-7 W, 7-6 W, 17-7 L, 5-6 L, 1-8 L, 11-13

Score W, 6-4 W, 5-3 L, 0-10 W, 7-5 (10) L, 1-2 W, 5-3 (10) L, 1-6 L, 5-23 L, 4-13 L, 0-3 L, 4-6 W, 16-3 W, 7-6 (12) L, 3-7 L, 6-8 L, 8-10 W, 3-1 W, 7-1 W, 10-7 (10) W, 6-4 L, 4-8 W, 11-9 W, 5-4 W, 7-6 W, 5-2 W, 6-2 L, 2-5 L, 3-5 L, 1-6 W, 5-4 W, 10-9 W, 10-4 W, 2-1 L, 2-5 W, 15-7 W, 18-16 L, 8-10 W, 5-4 W, 4-2 W, 13-6 W, 16-3 L, 0-3 W, 13-8 L, 1-5 L, 6-7 W, 6-3 W, 5-1 L, 4-10 L, 4-7 W, 16-5

5/13 Seton Hall 5/15 @ Albany 5/16 @ Albany 5/16 @ Albany 5/17 @ Albany 5/22 vs. UMBC 5/23 vs. Binghamton 5/23 vs. Binghamton 5/30 at #3 Arizona State* 5/31 vs. #21 Vanderbilt* *NCAA Tournament

W, 8-7 L, 5-6 W, 7-2 L, 2-4 L, 6-9 W, 4-3 W, 1-0 W, 6-0 L, 7-9 L, 4-9

2007 Record: (31-24, 16-7 America East) Post Season: AE Tournament Date Opponent 2/23 @ #1 North Carolina 2/24 @ #1 North Carolina (Gm. 1) 2/24 @ #1 North Carolina (Gm. 2) @ College of Charleston (Gm. 1) 3/3 @ College of Charleston (Gm. 2) 3/3 3/4 @ College of Charleston 3/10 @ Nicholls (Gm. 1) 3/10 @ Nicholls (Gm. 2) 3/11 @ Nicholls 3/14 @ Seton Hall 3/24 Quinnipiac (Gm. 1) 3/24 Quinnipiac (Gm. 2) 3/27 Sacred Heart 3/28 @ Fordham 3/30 at New York Tech 3/31 New York Tech (Gm. 1) 3/31 New York Tech (Gm. 2) 4/1 at New York Tech 4/3 @ Fairfield 4/5 @ Hofstra 4/6 Maine 4/7 Maine (Gm. 1) 4/7 Maine (Gm. 2) 4/8 Maine 4/10 @ Wagner 4/13 @ Hartford 4/14 @Hartford (Gm. 1) 4/14 @Hartford (Gm. 2) 4/18 @ Fordham 4/20 Albany 4/21 Albany (Gm. 1) 4/21 Albany (Gm. 2) 4/22 Albany 4/24 Hofstra 4/26 Marist 4/28 Columbia (Gm. 1) 4/28 Columbia (Gm. 2) 4/29 at Columbia (Gm. 1) 4/29 at Columbia (Gm. 2) 5/1 Iona 5/4 @ Binghamton 5/5 @ Binghamton (Gm. 1) 5/5 @ Binghamton (Gm. 2) 5/6 @Binghamton 5/8 Hofstra 5/11 Vermont 5/12 Vermont (Gm. 1) 5/12 Vermont (Gm. 2) 5/13 Vermont 5/18 @ UMBC 5/19 @ UMBC (Gm. 1) 5/19 @ UMBC (Gm. 2) 5/20 @ UMBC 5/24 vs. Albany 5/25 vs. Maine

Score L, 1-9 L, 2-8 L, 2-9 L, 3-10 L, 3-13 L, 1-4 W, 8-6 L, 2-3 W, 7-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-7 L, 1-4 W, 8-4 W, 4-0 L, 1-2 L, 2-4 W, 2-1 W, 9-3 L, 2-4 W, 4-3 W, 7-3 W, 7-2 W, 12-3 W, 5-4 L, 4-9 L, 2-4 W, 1-0 W, 3-1 W, 7-6 L, 1-9 W, 7-4 W, 8-4 L, 7-8 L, 10-17 W, 14-2 W, 9-7 W, 6-5 W, 6-2 W, 5-3 L, 5-7 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 2-1 L, 5-11 W, 14-10 W, 7-0 W, 4-1 W, 13-4 L, 1-5 W, 10-6 W, 8-7 L, 3-7 W, 14-6 L, 2-5 L, 8-13

2006 Record: (25-29, 13-8 America East) Post Season: AE Runner-Up Date Opponent 2/24 @ Central Florida 2/25 @ Central Florida 2/26 @ Central Florida 3/3 @ East Carolina 3/4 @ East Carolina 3/5 @ East Carolina 3/10 @ New Orleans 3/11 @ New Orleans 3/12 @ New Orleans 3/15 @ Seton Hall 3/17 @ Oklahoma State (Gm. 1) 3/17 @ Oklahoma State (Gm. 2) 3/21 @ Hofstra 3/25 Bucknell (Gm. 1) 3/25 Bucknell (Gm. 2) 3/26 Bucknell (Gm. 1) 3/26 Bucknell (Gm. 2) 3/29 @ Fordham 3/31 NYIT 4/1 @ NYIT 4/2 NYIT 4/5 St. Francis (N.Y.) 4/7 Binghamton 4/9 Binghamton (Gm. 1) 4/9 Binghamton (Gm. 2) 4/11 Wagner 4/13 @ Maine 4/14 @ Maine (Gm. 1) 4/14 @ Maine (Gm. 2) 4/18 Hofstra 4/21 Hartford (Gm. 1) 4/21 Hartford (Gm. 2) 4/22 Hartford (Gm. 1) 4/22 Hartford (Gm. 2) 4/25 @ St. Francis (N.Y.) 4/29 @ Wintrhrop

Score L, 0-1 L, 3-8 L, 4-5 L, 0-12 L, 0-4 L, 3-4 L, 5-12 L, 5-12 L, 5-8 L, 0-4 L, 2-3 L, 2-10 L, 4-5 L, 1-2 W, 5-4 W, 5-2 10-6 W, 17-1 L, 4-5 W, 5-3 W, 15-11 W, 14-7 W, 8-3 L, 0-2 L, 3-4 W, 22-7 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 L, 2-8 W, 11-2 W, 15-3 W, 5-4 W, 4-3 W, 12-1 L, 3-14

4/30 5/2 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/7 5/9 5/13 5/13 5/19 5/20 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/25 5/26 5/27 5/27

@ Winthrop Fairfield @ Vermont @ Vermont @ Vermont (Gm. 1) @ Vermont (Gm. 2) @ Army @ Albany (Gm. 1) @ Albany (Gm. 2) UMBC UMBC (Gm. 1) UMBC (Gm. 2) UMBC Binghamton vs. Maine vs. Albany @ Vermont vs. Maine

L, 4-5 W, 10-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-1 W, 4-2 W, 4-3 L, 4-5 L, 2-4 L, 4-10 W, 12-3 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 W, 14-4 W, 12-3 L, 8-11 W, 5-3 W, 2-1 L, 3-5

2005 Record: (23-28, 10-11 America East) Date Opponent 2/26 @ Wofford (Gm. 1) 2/26 @ Wofford (Gm. 2) 2/27 @ Wofford 3/4 @ The Citadel 3/5 @ The Citadel 3/6 @ The Citadel 3/12 @ Delaware (Gm. 1) 3/12 @ Delaware (Gm. 2) 3/13 @ Delaware 3/16 @ Seton Hall 3/18 @ UC-Irvine 3/19 vs. USC 3/20 vs. Nevada 3/21 @ UC-Santa Barbara 3/22 @ Cal State Northridge 3/23 @ Cal State Northridge 3/25 @ Princeton (Gm. 1) 3/25 @ Princeton (Gm. 2) 3/26 @ Princeton (Gm. 1) 3/26 @ Princeton (Gm. 2) 3/30 Fordham 4/1 @ NYIT 4/3 @ NYIT 4/4 NYIT 4/6 @ St. Francis 4/9 @ UMBC (Gm. 1) 4/9 @ UMBC (Gm.2) 4/10 @ UMBC 4/13 @ Hofstra 4/16 @ Binghamton (Gm. 1) 4/16 @ Binghamton (Gm. 2) 4/17 @ Binghamton 4/19 Hofstra 4/24 Albany (Gm. 1) 4/24 Albany (Gm. 2) 4/25 Albany 4/26 St. Francis 5/1 @ Hartford (Gm. 1) 5/1 @ Hartford (Gm. 2) 5/2 @ Hartford 5/5 @ Marist 5/7 Maine 5/8 Maine (Gm. 1) 5/8 Maine (Gm. 2) 5/10 @ Army 5/14 @ Vermont (Gm. 1) 5/14 @ Vermont (Gm. 2) 5/15 @ Vermont 5/20 Northeastern 5/21 Northeastern (Gm. 1) 5/21 Northeastern (Gm. 2)

Score W, 13-4 L, 0-2 L, 5-9 L, 2-3 (11) L, 2-3 W, 1-0 W, 5-3 W, 8-0 L, 5-7 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 L, 0-10 L, 6-13 L, 2-4 L, 5-9 L, 3-4 L, 2-3 W, 7-2 L, 0-2 W, 7-1 W, 7-1 L, 0-2 W, 7-0 L, 7-8 W, 2-0 W, 5-4 (10) W, 9-3 L, 3-5 L, 6-11 L, 2-8 L, 3-4 (10) L, 6-14 W, 17-5 W, 8-4 W, 8-2 L, 5-16 W, 12-3 L, 0-2 W, 4-3 (10) W, 15-3 L, 3-4 W, 4-0 L, 2-6 L, 0-11 W, 5-3 W, 8-7 W, 7-3 L, 2-4 L, 0-5 L, 2-4 (10) W, 10-9

2004 Record: (29-27, 11-10 America East) Post Season: AE Champion Date Opponent 2/20 vs. Appalachian St. 2/21 @ Winthrop 2/ 22 vs. Akron 2/27 @ Louisiana-Lafayette 2/28 @ Louisiana-Lafayette 2/29 @ Louisiana-Lafayette 3/5 @ High Point 3/6 @ High Point 3/7 @ High Point 3/10 @ Hofstra 3/13 @ West Virginia (Gm. 1) 3/13 @ West Virginia (Gm. 2) 3/14 @ West Virginia 3/23 Marist 3/24 @ NYIT 3/27 @ Princeton (Gm. 1) 3/27 @ Princeton (Gm. 2) 3/28 Princeton (Gm. 1) 3/28 Princeton (Gm. 2) 4/2 NYIT 4/3 @ NYIT 4/6 @ Hofstra 4/7 St. Francis (NY) 4/9 Vermont (Gm. 1) 4/9 Vermont (Gm. 2) 4/10 Vermont 4/16 @ Marist 4/17 @ Albany (Gm. 1) 4/17 @ Albany (Gm. 2) 4/18 @ Albany 4/20 NYIT 4/22 @ Wagner 4/24 @ Northeastern (Gm. 1) 4/24 @ Northeastern (Gm. 2)

Score W, 10-3 L, 6-10 L, 8-15 L, 0-5 L, 3-7 L, 0-9 W, 12-5 W, 19-5 W, 6-4 W, 7-1 L, 0-6 W, 10-2 W, 6-1 L, 2-5 (10) W, 9-8 L, 3-4 L, 0-2 W, 2-1 L, 1-4 L , 2-4 W, 8-3 W, 8-3 L, 3-6 L, 8-14 W, 4-2 L, 10-12 L, 6-7 L, 4-10 L, 1-5 L, 2-7 W, 7-5 W, 11-7 W, 5-4 L, 0-1

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Year-By-Year Results 4/25 4/30 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/4 5/6 5/8 5/8 5/9 5/11 5/15 5/15 5/16 5/21 5/22 5/22 5/27 5/28 5/29 6/5 6/6

@ Northeastern @ Fairfield Hartford (Gm. 1) Hartford (Gm. 2) Hartford Hofstra @ Seton Hall @ Maine (Gm. 1) @ Maine (Gm. 2) @ Maine @ Pace UMBC (Gm. 1) UMBC (Gm. 2) UMBC Binghamton Binghamton (Gm. 1) Binghamton (Gm. 2) vs. Northeastern vs. Maine vs. Maine vs. East Carolina vs. Tennessee

2003 Record: (33-21, 15-9 America East) Post Season: AE Runner-Up Date Opponent 3/8 @ West Virginia 3/9 @ West Virginia 3/9 @ West Virginia 3/12 @ Hofstra 3/15 vs. Kansas State 3/16 vs. Rider 3/17 vs. Florida International 3/18 vs. Rider 3/19 vs. Miami 3/20 vs. UW-Milwaukee 3/21 vs. UW-Milwaukee 3/22 vs. UW-Milwaukee 3/25 St. Peter’s 3/26 Manhattan 3/27 Marist 4/2 St. Francis (N.Y.) 4/3 @ St. Peter’s 4/5 Albany 4/5-6 Albany 4/6 Albany 4/6 Albany 4/13 Binghamton 4/13 Binghamton 4/14 Binghamton 4/14 Binghamton 4/15 @ Marist 4/18 @ Vermont 4/18 @ Vermont 4/19 @ Vermont 4/19 @ Vermont 4/24 Wagner 4/25 New York Tech 4/27 @ Pace 4/28 @ New York Tech 4/29 @ St. Francis (N.Y.) 5/1 @ Seton Hall 5/3 Northeastern 5/3 Northeastern 5/4 Northeastern 5/4 Northeastern 5/6 Hofstra 5/10 Maine 5/10 Maine 5/11 Maine 5/11 Maine 5/16 @ Hartford 5/16 @ Hartford 5/17 @ Hartford 5/17 @ Hartford 5/22 vs. Maine 5/23 vs. Northeastern 5/23 vs. Maine 5/24 vs. Northeastern 5/24 vs. Northeastern 2002 Record: (27-24, 11-11 America East) Post Season: AE Semifinals Date Opponent 3/1 @ Campbell 3/1 @ Campbell 3/9 Central Connecticut 3/9 Central Connecticut 3/11 CW Post 3/16 @ George Mason 3/16 @ George Mason 3/19 Monmouth 3/24 @ Sacramento 3/24 @ Sacramento 3/25 @ Pacific 3/25 @ Pacific 3/26 @ San Francisco 3/27 @ San Francisco 3/30 @ Columbia 3/30 @ Columbia 4/3 @ C.W. Post 4/6 Vermont 4/6 Vermont 4/7 Vermont 4/7 Vermont 4/10 @ Seton Hall 4/13 Binghamton 4/13 Binghamton 4/14 Binghamton 4/14 Binghamton

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W, 13-3 W, 7-4 W, 9-1 W, 6-3 W, 6-5 W, 9-5 L, 6-12 W, 6-2 W, 4-1 L, 1-6 L, 3-4 (11) W, 8-1 L, 6-7 L, 10-13 W, 10-0 W, 2-0 L, 3-16 W, 15-6 W, 6-3 W, 3-1 L, 2-8 L, 0-1

Score L, 2-20 L, 2-3 W, 11-9 W, 11-4 W, 10-2 W, 6-2 L, 3-6 L, 6-7 L, 8-9 L, 5-13 L, 7-9 W, 19-8 W, 19-11 W, 9-1 L, 7-8 W, 7-2 W, 12-3 W, 3-1 W, 6-5 W, 8-4 W, 10-1 W, 11-3 W, 11-1 W, 8-1 W, 18-10 W, 3-1 L, 2-6 W, 6-4 L, 0-2 L, 3-6 W, 9-5 W, 6-5 W, 7-0 L, 6-10 W, 10-2 L, 12-13 W, 5-1 L, 1-14 L, 6-9 L, 2-4 W, 5-3 W, 8-6 L, 5-9 L, 1-4 L, 0-2 W, 7-1 W, 4-3 W, 5-3 W, 14-2 W, 4-2 L, 4-5 W, 6-3 W, 11-10 L, 0-11

Score W, 5-1 L,1-2 L, 5-7 W, 5-2 W, 15-4 W, 5-3 W, 11-9 W, 4-2 L, 1-3 W, 7-5 L, 6-7 L, 1-2 W, 7-4 L, 7-8 L, 7-10 L, 8-22 W, 10-8 L, 4-14 L, 8-12 W, 7-6 W, 10-6 W, 5-4 L, 2-6 W, 4-3 W, 2-1 L, 2-8

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@ Wagner @ Albany @ Albany @ Albany @ Albany @ Hofstra @ NY Institute of Tech @ NY Institute of Tech @ St. Francis (N.Y.) NY Institute of Tech @ Northeastern @ Northeastern @ Northeastern @ Northeastern Hofstra @ Maine Black @ Maine Black @ Maine Black @ Maine Black Hartford Hartford @ Maine vs. Northeastern vs. Maine

2001 Record: (35-16, 10-0 NYSBC) Post Season: NYSBC Finals Date Opponent 3/2 vs. Akron 3/2 @ Campbell 3/3 vs. Akron 3/9 @ Winthrop 3/10 vs. Fairfield 3/10 @ Winthrop 3/11 vs. Fairfield 3/14 LIU-Brooklyn 3/18 vs. Bradley 3/18 vs. Northwestern 3/19 Milwaukee L, 1-14 3/20 vs. Florida Atlantic 3/21 vs. Bradley 3/22 vs. Cornell 3/22 vs. Wisc.-Milwaukee 3/23 vs. Wright State 3/25 Columbia 3/25 Columbia 3/31 @ C.W. Post 3/31 @ C.W. Post 4/01 C.W. Post 4/01 C.W. Post 4/04 Wagner 4/05 @ St. John’s 4/07 Pace 4/07 Pace 4/08 @ Pace 4/10 @ Seton Hall 4/14 @CCSU 4/14 @CCSU 4/16 @ Connecticut 4/17 @ Hofstra 4/19 @ Wagner 4/21 @ Binghamton 4/21 @ Binghamton 4/22 @ Binghamton 4/25 @ Army 4/28 NY Tech 4/28 NY Tech 4/29 @ NY Tech 5/01 St. Francis 5/05 @ Albany 5/05 @ Albany 5/06 @ Albany 5/06 @ Albany 5/08 @ Hofstra 5/12 #Pace 5/13 #NY Tech 5/14 #Pace 5/14 #NY Tech 2000 Record: (30-11) Date 3/9 3/10 3/10 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/22 3/23 3/23 3/24 3/26 3/26 3/29 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/2 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/24

Opponent @ Wagner Central Conn. Central Conn. @ Hofstra vs. Rhode Island vs. Vermont vs. Northwestern vs. Northeastern vs. Northeastern vs. Drexel vs. Dartmouth vs. Vermont @ Monmouth @ Monmouth Quinnipiac Albany Albany Albany Albany LIU-Brooklyn @ Pace @ Pace Sacred Heart @ Quinnipiac New York Tech @ New York Tech @ New York Tech New York Tech

W, 5-3 W, 8-5 L, 2-9 W, 4-2 W, 17-10 L, 4-6 W, 6-3 W, 5-0 W, 7-5 W, 13-3 L, 5-6 L, 1-2 W, 2-0 L, 4-6 L, 16-17 L, 2-3 L, 0-1 W, 3-1 W, 9-5 W, 13-3 L, 5-6 W, 16-4 L, 5-10 L, 3-9

Score L, 14-3 L, 14-3 W, 7-3 W, 2-1(15 W, 9-5 L, 6-12 W, 11-0 W, 4-3 W, 6-4 L, 5-10 vs. Wisc.L, 2-7 W, 13-7 W, 12-2 L, 4-21 L, 0-8 W, 9-2; L, 8-14 W, 8-5 W, 2-1 W, 8-1 L, 6-8 W, 12-2 W, 7-5 W, 8-2 W, 9-2 L, 8-9(10) L, 4-6 W, 15-5 W, 8-4 L, 5-11 W, 10-5 W, 17-4 W, 10-3 W, 7-5 L, 1-5 W, 13-6 W, 14-7 W, 11-1 W, 10-7 W, 7-6 W, 13-10 W, 20-15 W, 6-2 W, 4-2 W, 17-8 W, 4-0 L, 1-10 W, 6-1 L, 4-11

Score W, 11-9 W, 1-0 W, 4-3 W, 7-4 W, 5-0 W, 9-6 L, 4-11 W, 16-10 L, 7-10 W, 10-9 W, 22-7 W, 9-1 L, 3-5 W, 4-3 W, 18-9 L, 7-13 L, 4-7 W, 11-1 W, 10-8 W, 15-1 W, 22-3 W, 9-6 W, 19-6 W, 27-20 W, 10-2 W, 12-3 L, 1-9 L, 3-7

4/25 4/26 4/27 4/29 4/29 4/30 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/6 5/6 5/7

@ Army @ New York Tech St. Peter’s Pace Pace @ Pace @ St. Francis Wagner @ Sacred Heart @ Buffalo @ Buffalo @ Buffalo

W, 7-5 W, 5-4 L, 7-8 L, 1-3 W, 8-7 W, 24-8 L, 2-3 W, 14-11 L, 3-4 W, 9-3 W, 9-5 W, 4-3

1999 Record: (35-16, 10-0 NYSBC) Post Season: ECAC Champs Date Opponent 2/13 @ Longwood 2/13 @ Longwood 2/14 @ Longwood 3/19 @ Wagner 3/20 @ Hofstra 3/20 @ Hofstra 3/23 @ Columbia 3/25 @ Adelphi 3/28 vs. Mt Vernon Nazaren 3/27 vs. St. Thomas (MN) 3/28 vs. Franklin Pierce 3/29 vs. Augsberg 3/29 vs. Macalester 3/30 vs. St. John’s (MN) 3/30 vs. St. John’s (MN) 3/31 vs. Augsberg 3/31 vs. Augsberg 4/3 UMass-Lowell 4/3 UMass-Lowell 4/6 New Haven 4/6 New Haven 4/7 New York Tech 4/10 @ New Hamp. Col. 4/10 @ New Hamp. Col. 4/13 Queens College 4/14 Southern Connecticut 4/14 Southern Connecticut 4/17 @ Franklin Pierce 4/17 @ Franklin Pierce 4/18 Binghamton 4/18 Binghamton 4/21 Adelphi 4/22 @ Bridgeport 4/22 @ Bridgeport 4/24 @ Albany 4/24 @ Albany 4/25 C.W. Post 4/25 C.W. Post 4/27 @ Sacred Heart 4/27 @ Sacred Heart 4/29 Hofstra 5/1 @ New York Tech 5/1 @ New York Tech 5/2 @ New York Tech 5/14 vs. Southern Conneticut 5/15 @ Albany 5/15 vs. Albany 5/16 vs. Albany

Score L, 6-12 L, 6-9 L, 4-5 W, 16-4 L, 4-5 W, 14-6 W, 5-2 W, 7-2 W, 12-6 L, 6-7 W, 13-7 W, 8-0 W, 9-4 W, 15-6 W, 5-1 W, 12-3 W, 9-2 W, 10-9 L, 2-8 W, 12-11 L, 0-8 W, 10-7 W, 13-0 W, 10-1 W, 13-9 L, 8-11 L, 6-9 W, 11-0 W, 8-5 W, 20-6 W, 11-5 W, 12-5 W, 15-9 W, 11-7 W, 15-10 W, 14-0 W, 4-1 W, 9-7 W, 13-1 W, 16-6 W, 7-2 W, 9-6 L, 4-8 L, 3-7 W, 8-2 W, 7-2 L, 3-8 W, 15-5

1998 Record: (23-11-1) Post Season: ECAC Quarterfinals Date Opponent 2/28 @ Virginia State 2/28 @ Virginia State 3/1 vs. St. Paul’s 3/1 vs. St. Paul’s 3/15 vs. Rockhurst 3/15 vs. Rockhurst 3/16 vs. S. Illinois-Edwards 3/16 vs. S. Illinois-Edwards 3/17 vs. North Dakota 3/19 vs. North Dakota State 3/21 vs. Edinboro 3/28 New Hampshire College 3/28 New Hampshire College 4/1 St. Rose 4/1 St. Rose 4/3 Molloy 4/5 Albany 4/5 Albany 4/7 Concordia 4/8 @ New Haven 4/8 @ New Haven 4/11 Franklin Pierce 4/11 Franklin Pierce 4/14 Bridgeport 4/14 Bridgeport 4/18 Adelphi 4/18 Adelphi 4/22 @ Southern Conn. 4/22 @ Southern Conn. 4/25 @ UMass-Lowell 4/25 @ UMass-Lowell 4/27 @ Sacred Heart 4/27 @ Sacred Heart 5/8 Southern Conn. 5/8 Albany

Score W, 21-3 W, 5-4 W, 10-2 W, 11-1 W, 25-9 W, 12-3 W, 8-1 L, 0-15 L, 7-30 L, 18-7 L, 6-8 L, 4-6 W, 11-6 L, 3-7 W, 5-3 W, 21-2 W, 9-8 L, 1-3 W, 18-9 W, 8-1 T, 4-4 W, 7-1 W, 7-2 W, 14-0 W, 9-1 L, 3-6 L, 8-9 W, 14-11 W, 11-8 L, 12-14 W, 5-4 W, 10-7 W, 23-5 L, 1-6 W, 17-4

1997 Record: (15-19) Date 3/17 3/18 3/20

Score W, 9-0 L, 4-7 W, 9-8

Opponent @ Molloy @ Dowling vs. Elizabeth City St.


3/21 3/21 3/22 3/24 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/27 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/6 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/21 4/23 4/23 4/26 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/30 5/1

@ Chowan vs. Newport vs. Elizabeth City St. @ Wingate @ St. Andrew’s @ St. Andrew’s @ Pfeiffer @ Pfeiffer Barton College Keene State Keene State UMass-Lowell UMass-Lowell @ Sacred Heart @ Sacred Heart @ Adelphi @ Concordia Southern Connecticut Southern Connecticut U. New Haven U. New Haven @ St. Rose @ St. Rose @ Bridgeport @ Bridgeport @ Albany @ Albany @ New Hampshire @ New Hampshire Queens Molloy

L, 2-5 L, 5-6 W, 11-0 W, 4-1 L, 0-10 L, 2-20 L, 5-11 L, 0-4 L, 7-8 L, 2-3 W, 8-1 W, 11-4 L, 0-4 W, 16-6 L, 6-14 L, 7-9 L, 8-9 W, 14-5 W, 28-6 L, 2-9 L, 6-10 L, 4-5 L, 2-4 W, 7-1 W, 6-0 W, 10-3 W, 4-2 L, 0-8 L, 1-8 W, 14-13 W, 15-4

1996 Record: (27-14) Post Season: ECAC Semifinals Date Opponent 3/19 vs. Dowling 3/22 Molloy 3/23 St. Anselm 3/23 St. Anselm 3/24 @ Queens 3/26 Adelphi 3/27 @ Concordia 3/28 @ Molloy 3/30 New Hampshire Col. 3/30 New Hampshire Col. 4/1 @ Wilmington 4/1 @ Wilmington 4/2 @ Methodist 4/3 @ Belmont Abbey 4/3 @ Belmont Abbey 4/4 @ Barton 4/4 @ Barton 4/6 Albany 4/6 Albany 4/11 @ John Jay 4/14 @ New Haven 4/14 @ New Haven 4/15 Dowling 4/18 Bridgeport 4/18 Bridgeport 4/20 @ Keene State 4/20 @ Keene State 4/21 Franklin Pierce 4/21 Franklin Pierce 4/22 @ Old Westbury 4/24 @ Southern Conn. 4/24 @ Southern Conn. 4/25 Mercy 4/27 @ UMass-Lowell 4/27 @ UMass-Lowell 5/1 Sacred Heart 5/1 Sacred Heart 5/2 Concordia 5/5 @ Mercy 5/9 vs. Southern Conn. 5/9 vs. Keene State

Score W, 9-6 W, 10-6 W, 8-7 W, 10-5 W, 6-5 W, 10-4 L, 7-8 W, 8-5 W, 1-0 W, 10-5 W, 13-10 W, 8-4 L, 3-4 L, 9-15 W, 8-2 W, 9-5 W, 7-3 W, 17-2 W, 5-2 W, 6-5 L, 4-5 L, 1-3 W, 8-7 W, 21-0 W, 31-3 L, 7-13 W, 8-0 W, 15-3 L, 5-6 W, 8-7 L, 3-5 L,4-5 W, 12-7 L, 4-20 L, 5-7 W, 5-2 L, 0-6 W, 13-8 W, 5-2 L, 6-10 L, 6-2

1995 Record: (30-8) Post Season: NCAA Regional Date Opponent 3/11 vs. St. Joseph’s (ME) 3/12 vs. Washington (MD) 3/12 vs. Wesley 3/13 vs. Cortland 3/13 vs. St. John’s (MN) 3/15 vs. Susquehanna 3/15 vs. Clinch Valley 3/16 vs. Gettysburg 3/16 vs. California (PA) 3/17 vs. Johns Hopkins 3/22 vs. Dowling 3/26 New Jersey Tech 3/29 @ St. Thomas Aq. 3/30 Molloy 3/31 @ St. Joseph’s 4/5 New Paltz 4/5 New Paltz 4/9 Staten Island 4/9 Staten Island 4/11 Concordia 4/13 John Jay 4/15 @ Mt. St. Mary’s 4/15 @ Mt. St. Mary’s 4/18 St. Joseph’s 4/19 Lehman 4/19 Lehman 4/23 Old Westbury 4/23 Old Westbury 4/25 @ Queens 4/26 @ Adelphi

Score W, 3-1 W, 7-3 W, 9-2 W, 4-3 L, 2-3 W, 16-14 W, 10-2 W, 8-2 W, 13-1 L, 1-4 W, 11-1 W, 17-4 W, 8-1 W, 5-2 L, 5-10 W, 6-1 W, 14-6 W, 13-12 W, 9-3 W, 13-7 W, 11-3 W, 8-3 W, 11-3 W, 16-3 W, 20-1 W, 19-3 W, 4-3 W, 9-6 W, 12-5 L, 3-4

4/27 Mercy 5/5 @ Salisbury St. 5/6 vs. Wilmington 5/6 @ Salisbury St. 5/18 *vs. Cortland 5/19 *vs. Rensselaer 5/20 *vs. Cortland *NCAA Tournament

W, 6-4 W, 15-11 L, 3-11 W, 4-0 W, 4-1 L, 6-15 L, 0-5

1994 Record: (26-9) Post Season: ECAC Finals Date Opponent 3/26 vs. Elmhurst 3/27 vs. St. Thomas Aqns 3/27 vs. Augustana (SD) 3/28 vs. Lebanon Valley 3/28 vs. LaRoche 3/30 vs. Elmhurst 3/30 vs. Binghamton 3/31 vs. Binghamton 3/31 vs. LaRoche 4/8 St. Thomas Aqns 4/9 Kings Point 4/9 Kings Point 4/15 @ John Jay 4/17 @ Staten Island 4/17 @ Staten Island 4/19 St. Joseph’s 4/20 @ Lehman 4/22 Adelphi 4/23 NJ Inst. Tech 4/23 NJ Inst. Tech. 4/24 Upsala 4/24 Upsala 4/27 @ St. Joseph’s 4/28 @ Mercy 4/30 Manhattanville 4/30 Manhattanville 5/1 @ Old Westbury 5/1 @ Old Westbury 5/3 Queens 5/4 @ Kean 5/5 Mt. St. Mary’s 5/6 @ New Paltz 5/6 @ New Paltz 5/13 Old Westbury 5/14 @ FDU-Madison

Score W, 6-5 W, 7-5 L, 0-10 W, 11-5 W, 2-0 L, 2-6 W, 6-2 W, 3-2 W, 4-2 W, 19-7 W, 13-2 W, 10-3 L, 5-8 L, 10-12 W, 5-2 W, 6-5 W, 14-4 W, 13-8 W, 4-2 W, 12-0 W, 7-6 W, 16-8 L, 3-13 L, 6-7 W, 16-2 W, 12-9 W, 13-2 W, 2-1 L, 2-6 W, 5-1 L, 9-20 W, 8-2 W, 7-6 W, 12-8 L, 8-14

1993 Record: (13-14-1) Date Opponent 3/30 @ Molloy 3/31 @ St. Joseph’s 4/6 Oneonta 4/6 Oneonta 4/7 Binghamton 4/7 Binghamton 4/8 @ St. Thomas Aquin 4/9 @ Western Conn. 4/9 @ Western Conn. 4/13 Kings Point 4/14 Lehman 4/18 John Jay 4/18 Staten Island 4/18 Staten Island 4/21 @ Kings Point 4/24 New Jersey Tech 4/24 New Jersey Tech 4/25 Upsala 4/25 Upsala 4/28 St. Joseph’s 4/30 Old Westbury 4/30 Old Westbury 5/1 @ Manhattanville 5/1 @ Manhattanville 5/5 New Paltz 5/5 New Paltz 5/8 @ Adelphi

Score L, 2-3 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 W, 7-6 L, 5-7 W, 10-2 L, 1-2 L, 2-8 W, 4-3 L, 6-7 T, 9-9 W, 7-6 W, 8-5 L, 10-12 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 L, 5-6 L, 1-6 W, 11-0 W, 8-2 W, 7-4 L, 6-7 L, 0-4 W, 11-4 W, 9-0 W, 19-2 L, 1-5

1992 Record: (17-12-1) Post Season: ECAC Co-Champs Date Opponent 3/22 vs. Albright 3/23 vs. Eastern (PA) 3/23 vs. Millersville 3/24 vs. Elmhurst (IL) 3/24 vs. Albright 3/26 vs. Hobart 3/26 Luther (IA) 3/27 vs. Middlebury (VT) 3/27 vs. Concordia (MI) 3/28 N. Central (IL) 3/31 Western Conn. 4/1 @ St. Joseph’s 4/2 @ John Jay 4/5 Manhattanville 4/5 Manhattanville 4/7 @ Old Westbury 4/8 Queens 4/9 @ Lehman 4/12 Molloy 4/14 @ Kings Point 4/15 @ Kean 4/16 Upsala 4/27 Old Westbury 4/29 St. Joseph’s 5/1 Kings Point 5/3 New Jersey Tech 5/3 New Jersey Tech 5/5 @ Staten Island

Score L, 2-7 L, 9-10 L, 0-10 W, 6-3 W, 12-1 L, 2-3 W, 6-3 W, 15-8 W, 6-3 L, 5-7 W, 12-4 L, 2-8 W, 20-11 W, 8-2 W, 7-4 W, 24-7 L, 10-16 T, 7-7 W, 13-8 W, 14-0 L, 4-11 W, 24-7 W, 11-2 L, 9-12 L, 12-13 W, 7-5 W, 12-3 L, 6-7

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1991 Record: (16-9) Date 3/28 3/29 4/3 4/4 4/7 4/7 4/6 4/6 4/10 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/16 4/18 4/19 4/25 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/29 4/29 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/8

Opponent Old Westbury Kean @ St. Joseph’s @ W. Connecticut Staten Island Staten Island @ NJ Technical @ NJ Technical @ Queens Upsala Hunter Hunter @ Kings Point Dowling St. Joseph’s @ Dowling @ Manhattanville @ Manhattanville @ Upsala @ New Paltz @ New Paltz Adelphi Kings Point St. Joseph’s John Jay

Score W, 19-11 L, 1-9 W, 9-4 L, 5-16 L, 4-20 L, 4-20 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 W, 11-7 W, 10-7 W, 21-3 W, 21-11 W, 10-8 L, 2-8 L, 5-6 L, 6-11 W, 8-6 W, 22-1 W, 14-12 W, 7-1 W, 12-3 L, 5-13 L, 4-7 W, 5-4 W, 16-12

1990 Record: (12-15) Date 3/18 3/23 3/24 3/27 3/29 4/1 4/1 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/16 4/19 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/27 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/10

Opponent @ Staten Island St. Joseph’s Lehman @ Mercy Concordia Manhattanville Manhattanville Lehman John Jay John Jay @ Old Westbury @ Old Westbury Queens Adelphi @ Baruch @ Baruch @ USMMA @ Dowling @ Staten Island USMMA CCNY Dowling St. Joseph’s Old Wesdtbury CCNY Manhattanville @ Staten Island

Score L, 3-4 L, 3-6 W, 7-6 L, 7-8 L, 0-11 L, 1-7 W, 18-2 L, 10-11 L, 6-18 L, 3-12 W, 14-11 W, 11-1 L, 5-9 L, 0-18 W, 9-2 W, 14-10 L, 3-12 W, 12-1 L, 4-5 L, 3-12 W, 13-7 L, 7-16 L, 3-10 W, 8-4 W, 10-4 W, 16-3 L, 11-19

1989 Record: (16-10) Post Season: ECAC Quarterfinals Date Opponent 3/20 St. Joseph’s 3/28 St. Joseph’s 4/7 @ Queens 4/11 Dowling 4/12 @ Dowling 4/13 @ Concordia 4/15 Staten Island 4/18 Queens 4/20 Mercy 4/21 Baruch 4/22 @ John Jay 4/22 @ John Jay 4/23 @ Lehman 4/23 @ Lehman 4/25 Baruch 4/26 @US Merchant Mar 4/27 @ Adelphi 4/28 Staten Island 4/29 @ Manhattanville 4/29 @ Manhattanville 5/1 Hunter 5/3 US Merchant Mar 5/8 Lehman 5/12 @ Upsala

Score W, 2-1 W, 8-7 W, 7-4 L, 10-16 L, 2-11 L, 2-7 W, 4-3 W, 20-16 L, 6-15 W, 9-6 L, 3-7 W, 8-5 W, 8-7 W, 11-5 W, 17-4 L, 9-14 L, 6-9 L, 1-12 W, 8-4 W, 6-0 W, 9-0 W, 18-7 L, 2-8 L, 1-14

1988 Record: (9-21) Date 3/14 3/14 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/29 3/20 3/29 3/30 3/31 4/2 4/2 4/9 4/9

Score L, 3-5 L, 7-9 L, 2-3 L, 4-7 L, 4-10 L, 1-5 L, 2-7 L, 3-12 L, 4-12 L, 3-12 L, 4-12 L, 2-17 W, 3-1 W, 6-5 L, 5-13 L, 7-10 L, 5-21

Opponent vs. Franklin Marshall vs. Franklin Marshall vs. Allentown vs. Wis.-Platteville vs. Simpson Albany Albany Montclair State Dowling Montclair State Dowling @ Monclair State Adelphi CCNY CCNY @ Staten Island @ Staten Island

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Oswego Oswego Queens Concordia John Jay John Jay @ Kings Point @ Dowling @ Queens Lehman Lehman Kings Point vs. Manhattanville vs. John Jay

L, 10-0 L, 3-8 W, 25-9 L, 5-12 W, 11-10 L, 3-4 W, 17-6 L, 3-8 W, 13-5 W, 8-2 L, n/a W, 19-12 W, 8-6 L, 2-9

Opponent Plattsburgh St. Plattsburgh St. Adelphi SUNY/Maritime Dowling Lehman Lehman Mercy Kings Point Queens John Jay Staten Island Staten Island Concordia CCNY CCNY Manhattanville Manhattanville Kings Point Staten Island John Jay

Score W, 15-1 W, 6-4 L, 7-17 W, 15-3 L, 10-19 W, 3-2 L, 1-4 L, 2-14 W, 4-3 L, 3-15 L, 5-9 L, 1-2 W, 3-2 L, 1-7 W, 5-3 W, 5-0 W, 6-1 L, 4-5 W, 6-5 W, 6-0 L, 5-13

Opponent Plattsburgh Queens Lehman Lehman Adelphi Staten Island Staten Island Queens Dowling John Jay John Jay Dowling CCNY CCNY Maritime Mercy Concordia Kings Point Farmingdale Manhattanville Manhattanville John Jay

Score W, 6-5 L, 2-10 W, 9-6 W, 7-6 W, 10-2 L, 3-5 L, 2-6 W, 1-0 L, 4-5 L, 1-6 W, 9-6 L, 1-10 W, 4-2 W, 11-2 L, 10-14 L, 2-15 L, 1-4 W, 13-7 W, 12-4 W, 2-1 W, 5-3 L, 6-8

Opponent @ Manhattanville Dowling @ Manhattanville CW Post @ Queens vs. John Jay vs. John Jay @ Dowling Hofstra Oswego Oswego @ Pace Staten Island Staten Island vs. CCNY vs. CCNY @ CW Post vs. Adelphi Lehman Lehman @ Concordia @ Concordia USMMA USMMA USMMA Mercy

Score L, 0-10 L, 14-16 L, 3-6 L, 0-15 L, 4-5 L, 6-11 L, 10-16 L, 3-6 L, 6-21 L, 5-11 L, 6-16 L, 4-21 W, 9-4 W, 10-4 W, 3-0 W, 10-0 L, 2-11 L, 4-18 W, 6-5 W, 14-10 L, 5-19 L, 10-14 W, 6-1 L, 3-4 L, 9-13 L, 8-16

Opponent CW Post Cortland Cortland Dowling John Jay Farmingdale Adelphi SUNY-Maritime Mercy CCNY Hofstra Lehman CW Post

Score W, 9-8 L, 1-8 L, 4-8 L, 4-11 L, 2-3 L, 6-9 L, 0-8 W, 18-2 L, 4-13 W, 8-2 L, 8-15 L, 6-7 L, 1-12

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Opponent CW Post Manhattanville Pace Oswego Oswego Adelphi Staten Island Dowling Queens Hofstra Lehman Dowling Kings Point CCNY Concordia Concordia John Jay Mercy

Score L, 7-12 L, 2-12 L, 5-20 L, 11-19 L, 1-7 L, 0-9 W, 6-2 L, 2-13 L, 9-14 L, 10-14 W, 3-2 W, 11-10 W, 17-9 W, 28-3 L, 7-12 L, 1-7 L, 12-20 W, 15-9

Opponent Dowling Manhattanville Oswego Valencia (FLA) Stetson Florida College CCNY Mercy Queens Lehman Hofstra CW Post Brooklyn College John Jay John Jay Adelphi Dowling Staten Island Concordia Concordia Kings Point CW Post

Score L, 5-6 W, 15-6 L, 0-4 L, 7-8 L, 1-19 L, 2-18 L, 3-12 L, 5-14 L, 8-14 L, 12-21 L, 6-21 L, 2-12 L, 1-22 W, 10-9 L, 5-13 L, 4-19 L, 9-10 L, 12-24 L, 5-7 L, 4-14 L, 3-7 L, 5-14

Opponent @ Mt. St. Mary’s @ Virginia-Wesleyan @ Christopher-Newport @ CW Post @ Queens Manhattan Oswego Oswego @ Livingston @ Livingston Kings Point @ Adelphi Mercy Brooklyn College @ CCNY Hunter Hunter @ Hofstra Lehman Dowling @ Pace @ Pace Staten Island Staten Island @ Dowling John Jay New York Tech @ York York

Score L, 7-8 L, 5-11 W, 10-7 L, 1-5 L, 2-4 W, 10-5 L, 6-27 L, 5-8 L, 2-3 W, 3-1 L, 3-18 L, 4-14 L, 11-21 W, 9-3 W, 16-6 W, 8-3 W, 13-6 L, 9-16 W, 11-6 W, 16-12 L, 9-12 L, 3-15 W, 8-7 W, 27-12 W, 10-6 L, 0-1 L, 1-12 L, 4-5 W, 7-2

Opponent Queens Queens Pace CW Post Hofstra Adelphi Dowling Brooklyn Livingston Livingston CCNY Kings Point New York Tech Hunter Lehman York York Baruch

Score L, 4-9 W, 10-6 L, 3-10 L, 1-6 L, 5-6 L, 11-0 W, 19-11 W, 10-9 W, 4-3 W, 11-7 W, 6-0 W, 6-0 L, 0-24 W, 9-6 W, 10-2 W, 7-3 W, 7-6 W, 15-0

1978 Record: (10-13)

1981 Record: (13-17) Date 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/31 4/1 4/2 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/11 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/18 4/18 4/20 4/21 4/22 4/28 4/28 4/26 4/26 4/28 5/5 5/6 5/9 5/9 1979 Record: (12-6) Date

Opponent Pace Oswego Oswego Dowling NY Tech CW Post Queens Queens Hofstra Adelphi Adelphi Kings Point Maritime Maritime Hunter Brooklyn York York Dowling CCNY Lehman Baruch NY Tech

Score L, 9-14 L, 4-5 L, 5-7 W, 7-6 L, 6-10 L, 10-15 L, 3-9 W, 9-3 W, 3-4 L, 0-8 L, 2-16 W, 11-7 W, 16-12 W, 13-11 W, 14-11 W, 18-8 W, 17-0 W, 7-2 L, 3-8 W, 10-6 W, 17-8 L, 6-7 L, 7-16

Opponent CCNY CCNY New Paltz Hofstra Hunter Lehman Oswego Oswego NY Tech Dowling CW Post Pace Pace New Haven Queens Kings Point Adelphi Brooklyn College York York Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Baruch

Score W, 22-10 W, 9-8 W, 12-11 W, 13-1 W, 8-5 W, 10-9 L, 3-5 W, 8-3 L, 0-19 W, 10-3 L, 0-22 L, 6-10 L, 3-12 L, 1-15 W, 10-4 W, 5-3 L, 3-7 W, 11-10 W, 13-3 W, 10-3 L, 2-5 L, 2-4 W, 8-7

Opponent Mercer Mercer Hiram Lehigh Georgia So. Georgia So. Dowling New Paltz Pace Oswego Kings Point Pratt Adelphi NY Tech Brooklyn New Haven Hunter CW Post York York Lehman City College Queens Sacred Heart Sacred Heart

Score L, 7-8 L, 2-6 W, 11-2 L, 6-7 L, 3-8 L, 5-13 W, 17-0 L, 3-12 W, 24-3 W, 8-5 L, 8-9 W, 13-6 W, 6-5 L, 4-13 W, 9-8 L, 1-10 W, 8-4 L, 2-9 W, 15-14 W, 16-4 L, 2-6 W, 17-9 L, 3-5 W, 8-7 L, 11-13

Opponent New Paltz Brooklyn Poly Lehman Lehman Kings Point Queens New York Tech New York Tech Adelphi Hofstra Brooklyn College Binghamton Binghamton New Haven CW Post Hunter Pace New Haven Pratt Baruch Sacred Heart Sacred Heart

Score W, 8-1 W, 23-1 W, 6-5 W, 4-1 W, 8-4 W, 9-3 W, 10-6 L, 4-9 L, 6-14 W, 6-2 L, 4-8 L, 1-2 L, 3-6 L, 8-17 L, 26-10 W, 9-1 W, 4-3 L, 1-5 W, 10-0 L, 4-10 L, 5-3 W, 5-1

1976 Record: (13-10)

1982 Record: (3-21)

1986 Record: (12-10)

1984 Record: (6-17)

L, 3-16 W, 16-12 L, 7-22 L, 5-16 L, 3-8 L, 7-18 L, 3-7 W, 9-8 W, 5-2

1983 Record: (6-12)

1987 Record: (11-10)

1985 Record: (7-19) Date 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/29 3/30 3/30 3/31 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/20 4/25 4/26 4/26 4/28 4/28 4/29 4/29 4/30 5/1

Pace Queens Concordia Concordia USMMA Manhattanville Staten Island Staten Island Lehman

1975 Record: (12-13)

1974 Record: (12-10)

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University President University President Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. 1st year at Stony Brook Chicago ‘76 Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., began his duties as the fifth President of Stony Brook on July 1, 2009, succeeding Shirley Strum Kenny, Ph.D. who retired after 15 years in the position. Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, Dr. Stanley held the position of Vice Chancellor for Research and Professor in the Department of Molecular Microbiology at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. As Vice Chancellor for Research at Wa s h ington University, Dr. Stanley is credited with substantially advancing the research enterprise. In this role, he oversaw a research portfolio of $548 million, including $391 million in NIH funding. His responsibilities encompassed a broad array of activities associated with the management of these extramural research funds, including, but not limited to, the full range of matters related to undergraduate, graduate, and faculty research, and technology transfer. Since 2003, Dr. Stanley has also served as Direc-

Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Randall Susman Seventh year at Stony Brook U.C. Davis ‘70 Dr. Randall Susman enters his seventh ye as the Faculty Athletic Representative year at Stony Brook University. Susman is Professor of Anatomical Sciences in the School fes of Medicine. His research activities span the fossil evidence of early human evolution in fos Africa, studies of wild apes in central Africa, Af and the comparative anatomy of humans an and our closest relatives, the African apes. an His publications appe appear in numerous professional journals, the popular press, and he is a regular contributor to the World Book Encyclopedia. Susman has taught human anatomy, hu-

tor of the National Institutes of Health-funded Midwest Regional Center for Excellence for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases. Dr. Stanley received his B.A. with honors in biology in 1976 from the University of Chicago and his M.D. in 1980 from Harvard Medical School. After his internship at Massachusetts General Hospital, he was named a Fellow in Infectious Diseases at Washington University School of Medicine. The author and co-author of dozens of peer-reviewed articles and scholarly publications, Dr. Stanley is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Burrough’s Welcome Scholar Award in Molecular Parasitology and the Distinguished Service Teaching Award from the Students at Washington University. He sits on a number of community, regional, and national science advisory boards, including the NIH National Advisory Allergy & Infectious Diseases Council; the U.S. Department of Commerce Emerging Technology and Research Advisory Committee; Research Alliance of Missouri; Saint Louis Academy of Science; and St. Louis Center of Excellence, Missouri Life Sciences Trust Fund, and is an Ambassador for the Paul G. Rogers Society for Global Health Research.. Dr. Stanley is married to Ellen Li, M.D. Ph.D., a world renowned gastroenterologist and researcher who is also a Professor at Washington University’s School of Medicine. Drs. Stanley and Li are the parents of four children.

man evolution, anatomy for artists, and other courses at Stony Brook over the past 28 years. He is a member of the graduate programs in Anthropological Sciences and Ecology and Evolution in addition to the graduate program in Anatomical Sciences in the Health Science Center. He has served as Director of the graduate programs in Anatomical Sciences and the Doctoral Program in Anthropological Sciences. For the past five years he has served as Stony Brook's Faculty Athletic Representative. Susman received his bachelor of arts degree in biological anthropology from U.C. Davis in 1970. He did his postgraduate work at the University of Chicago where he earned both his masters and Ph.D. in evolutionary anthropology. He earned his law degree from the Jacob Fuchsberg Law Center at Touro College in 1988.

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Director of Athletics Director of Athletics Jim Fiore 6th year at Stony Brook hofstra '91 On O n JJuly uly l 23 23, 20 2003 2003, 03, President 03 Presid identt Shirley id Shiirlley Strum Sh Strum Kenny introduced Jim Fiore as the ninth Director of Athletics in Stony Brook University history stating "Jim has the energy, drive, enthusiasm and intelligence to take this program, in the tradition of Stony Brook, very far, very fast." At the time of his hire Fiore was one of the youngest Directors of Athletics in NCAA Division I. Since his arrival at Stony Book from Princeton University in August 2003, Fiore has hit the ground running and pointed Stony Brook on an aggressive course for success in all aspects of intercollegiate athletics. He has undertaken a major restructuring of the intercollegiate athletics program including the hiring of new coaching and administrative staff, dramatic facility upgrades and improved revenue generation. Fiore's vision for Stony Brook Athletics has resulted in unprecedented growth for the program. Following its championship season in 2005, the football program was elevated to the NCAA Division 1 full scholarship level and in April 2006, Fiore announced that the program would upgrade to Independent status for the 2007 season and accepted an invitation into the Big South Conference as an associate member for football only in 2008. In doing so, he has assured the long-term future of Stony Brook football, enabling the program to compete for a national championship alongside institutions with similar academic and athletic standards. In addition, his dynamic imaging and branding campaign has given Stony Brook Athletics a national scope. During the 2005-2006 academic year, Stony Brook inked a multi year agreement with Madison Square Garden (MSG) Network to broadcast Seawolves athletics, the first television deal in the program's history. In January 2006, the department also launched The Stony Brook Sports Report, a 30-week television show that is produced on campus and aired nationally on CBSTV. Fiore also spearheaded the bid that resulted in Stony Brook being awarded the opportunity to host the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse North Quarterfinals in May 2006. Fiore's grand design has produced dramatic results and a series of firsts for Stony Brook. In 2004 the baseball team won its first America East title and went to the NCAA Tournament. In the fall of 2005, the football program secured its first-ever conference title in its Division I history. On the same day that the football team won a championship, the men's soccer team capped off its regular season title by capturing its first America East tournament crown to earn an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. The men's soccer team went on to notch Stony Brook's first NCAA playoff victory with a first-round win over Yale. Success continued during the winter months as the women's basketball team put together the second-best turnaround in Division I, going from 8-20

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in 2004-2005 to a 20-10 mark in 2005-2006. Along the way, the team defeated nationally-ranked Temple en route to receiving the program's first-ever postseason bid, a trip to the 2006 WNIT. In the spring of 2005, the men's lacrosse team garnered its first-ever Top 20 ranking in the 16-year history of the program and is now regularly ranked in the top-20. Under Fiore's leadership Stony Brook won its first ever Division I conference championships in women's sports in 2007 as the women's lacrosse, cross country and volleyball teams all won titles. Fiore has also turned his attention to department-wide fundraising efforts, with his efforts seeing a dramatic increase in major gifts, annual giving revenue and overall volume of donors. In an effort to take a lead role in the university's $300 million capital campaign, the Department of Athletics has secured several major gifts, three of which were the largest philanthropic gifts given to athletics in its history. In July 2005, the athletic department adopted a new philosophy for the annual Providing Athletes With Support (P.A.W.S.) fundraising campaign, a philosophy that streamlined the annual fundraising process to prepare Stony Brook to exceed all fundraising expectations in the future. In addition, he created the Athletic Director Advisory Council; a 19-member board comprised of Stony Brook alumni, staff and community members that will advise Fiore in the fundraising advancement process. His attention to the bottom line resulted in a new athletic department budget process that relieved the department of a multi million dollar debt and an annual systemic deficit, resulting in a balanced budget. The first time that Stony Brook has realized that goal since moving to the Division I level. Fiore has seen the department balance its budget every year since 2004 and has overseen a dramatic budget growth to $23 million. Beginning in the '04-'05 academic year Stony Brook University Athletics realized a near 20 percent increase in its operating budget due to new revenue streams for the department. Additionally, Stony Brook has teamed up with Islanders Media Inc. as the athletic department continues to nurture and foster strong bonds with the Long Island corporate community. Fiore has secured $30 million from New York State for athletic facility renovations to the Stony Brook University Basketball Arena, Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium and various other athletic facilities. In December 2003, Stony Brook retained HOK, the premier sports architectural firm in the nation, to formulate and develop a master plan for the future of Stony Brook athletic facilities. The blueprint has taken hold: Stony Brook unveiled the new Goldstein Student-Athlete Development Center in the spring of 2006, a center made possible through a gift from Stony Brook alum and former All-American squash player Stuart Goldstein '74. The 6,000-square foot state-of-the-art facility can accommodate over 400 student-athletes and features a computer lab, a study hall/ multipurpose function room, a career resource/library area and several private tutor rooms, the men’s and women’s basketball programs received state of the art locker rooms, lounges and video rooms in fall 2008, a $1.2 million renovation to the Pritchard Gymnasium basketball/ volleyball complex was completed in November 2008, the football, men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse and visiting team locker rooms in LaValle Stadium were redesigned and enhanced for $1,000,000. The baseball/ softball complex received a facelift with the addition of new bleachers and press boxes, the strength and conditioning facility was renovated and expanded, plans for a $6 million expansion to Kenneth P. LaValle

Position Held Named Stony Brook's Ninth Director of Athletics Princeton University Senior Associate Director of Athletics Dartmouth College Assistant Director of Athletics Princeton University Administrative Asst. to the Dept. of Athletics Fordham University Athletic Administration Intern National Invitation Tournament Asst. to the Executive Director


Stadium that will include increased seating by 2,000 and new Club and V.I.P. seating. Additionally a $20 million renovation of the Stony Brook University Basketball arena will commence Spring 2009. The baseball field will be enhanced, renovated and re-named in honor of Joe Nathan and his $500K major gift to the Athletic Department and specifically the baseball program. Under Fiore's leadership, Stony Brook student-athletes have also attained new levels of achievement in the classroom. Since his arrival to Stony Brook, the GPA for America East Seawolf student-athletes has risen from 2.86 in 2003 to a 3.08 in the Fall of 2008. In the fall of 2008, 15 of 20 teams earned team GPAs above 3.0 and 57 percent of Stony Brook's America East Fall student-athletes were named to the America East Honor Roll or the America East Commissioner's Honor Roll for earning above a 3.0 or 3.5 GPA respectively. The '07-'08 academic year proved to be Stony Brook's most successful season academically as its student-athletes compiled a department best overall G.P.A. of 3.06 and saw over 250 student-athletes named to the America East Honor Rolls - the most since joining the America East in 2001. Coinciding with this success, the 6,000-square foot state-of-the-art Goldstein Student-Athlete Development Center has proven to be an advantage in recruiting and for current Seawolves student-athletes. During his tenure, Fiore has instituted a "Book of the Year" program for coaches and staff which highlight important topics relevant to professional and personal development, culminating with the author's visit to campus and discussion with the entire staff. He has also guided Stony Brook through the essential and formative NCAA Certification process, helped redesign the athletic logo and athletic website, developed a new comprehensive student-athlete exit survey and head coach performance evaluation instrument, implemented mandatory drug testing, and unveiled an athletic department strategic plan through 2012. In the fall of 2004, Fiore implemented a Minority Apprentice program to assist in the development of young professionals in intercollegiate athletics. His list of accomplishments has not gone unnoticed. In December 2007 Fiore was named the Sports Man of the Year by The Village Times Herald and in the fall of 2004 he was recognized by the Long Island Business Association as one of the Top 40 executives under the age of 40 on Long Island. Fiore currently serves on the University President's Cabinet and was also appointed by to co-chair the strategic plan for image and identity committee. He has also served on the honorary degree, weekend life, NCAA certification and the university sponsorship committees. In 2005 he was appointed to the Executive Committee of the America East Conference and currently serves as the Chairman of the group. Fiore also is a member of the NCAA Division I Championships/Sports Management Cabinet and has been appointed to the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel. In August of 2008 he was appointed to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) executive board. Recently, he was named to the Dowling College Sports Management Board of Directors and in June 2004, Fiore was a featured speaker at the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) convention in Dallas, Texas. Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, he provided department-wide leadership in support of the director of athletics at Princeton University from 1999-2003, a program that supports 38 sports, 40 club sports programs and more than 1,000 student-athletes. A member of the senior management team, he was responsible for all athletic programming oversight of all varsity intercollegiate programs. In addition, Fiore directed all personnel matters including the coordination of national searches for coaches, staff and administrative positions. Along with the director of athletics, he also assisted in the planning for short and long-term capital improvements. During Fiore's tenure, Princeton achieved extraordinary success on the fields of play and in the classroom. Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, he provided department-wide

leadership in support of the director of athletics at Princeton University from 1999-2003, a program that supports 38 sports, 40 club sports programs and more than 1,000 student-athletes. A member of the senior management team, he was responsible for all athletic programming oversight of all varsity intercollegiate programs. In addition, Fiore directed all personnel matters including the coordination of national searches for coaches, staff and administrative positions. Along with the director of athletics, he also assisted in the planning for short and longterm capital improvements. During Fiore's tenure, Princeton achieved extraordinary success on the fields of play and in the classroom. Princeton finished among the Top 25 in the Director's Cup standings in three of the four years he was there and is the only non-scholarship institution to ever finish in the Top 25. From 1999-2003, Princeton teams combined to win 60 Ivy League championships and nine national championships. From 1995-1998, Fiore was the Assistant Director of Athletics for Intercollegiate Programming at Dartmouth College where he assisted with the daily operation and supervision of Dartmouth's comprehensive 34-sport program. Prior to Dartmouth, Fiore interned at Princeton (1994-1995) for one year during which he assisted the director of athletics on assigned projects. He began his career as a graduate assistant at Springfield College before moving on to be an assistant to the Executive Director of the National Invitation Tournament during the spring and summer of 1993. One year later he took an internship in the compliance office at Fordham University. A native of Long Beach, N.Y, Fiore graduated from Long Beach High School and went on to attain his Bachelor of Arts degree from Hofstra University, where he played free safety for the football team. Upon graduation from Hofstra, Fiore went on to receive a master's degree in Education from Springfield College. Additionally, he received a certificate from The Sports Management Institute held at the University of Notre Dame and University of South Carolina. Fiore and his wife Lisa have a son Michael who is seven years old. They currently reside in Stony Brook.

More on Fiore • Currently serves on the NCAA Division I Championships/ Competition Cabinet • Appointed to the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel • Current member of the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) executive board • Chair of the America East Athletic Director Executive Committee • Has been appointed to the NCAA Committee on Women's Athletics (CWA). • Executive Committee member for the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A). • Currently certifying as a Peer Reviewer for NCAA athletic certification. • Chairperson of the EARC (Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges) Executive Committee. • Executive Committee member for the EAWRC (Eastern Association of Women's Rowing Colleges). • Selection Committee member for the ECAC Robbins Scholar-Athlete Award. • Administrative liaison to the Ivy League Men's Ice Hockey coaches for the last two years. • Active member of National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). • Sport Management Institute (SMI) senior executive council member. 2010 Seawolves Baseball

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Sports Medicine Stony Brook Sports Medicine Certified Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC’s) are the liaison between the student-athlete and the medical community. The primary goal of the sports medicine staff is to provide health care for student-athletes competing at the intercollegiate level for Stony Brook University. The Seawolves sports medicine staff consists of BOC (Board of Certification) certified athletic trainers and athletic training students from the Athletic Training Education Program who are under the supervision and direction of Dr. Stuart Cherney, Head Team Physician, In addition, the Stony Brook Student Health Service and many medical specialists in the community assist the athletic trainers and team physicians in providing quality health care for the Seawolves. Athletic trainers are an integral part of every intercollegiate athletic program to ensure that student-athletes are competing in a safe and healthy environment. Each Stony Brook studentathlete is monitored with yearly athletic physicals, medical questionnaires, and orthopaedic baseline examinations. On a daily basis, the sports medicine staff directly supervises all high-risk sport activities and serves as the primary healthcare practitioner for all student-athletes. Preventive measures are taken to reduce the risk of injury and/or re-injury. Should a student-athlete become injured, the certified athletic trainer recognizes and diagnoses the injury, provides immediate care, makes a timely referral (if necessary), initiates treatment and develops/directs a rehabilitation plan for all injuries. Education of student-athletes is extremely important in the areas of injury prevention, nutrition, hygiene, substance abuse, etc. This is coordinated through the done through the sports medicine staff. Stony Brook University has two (2) Athletic Training Rooms. Both have state of the art equipment for injury treatment, such as cold compression units, electrical modalities and emergency equipment. The Intercollegiate Athletic Training Room is located in the Indoor Sports Complex just off the Arena floor to the rear of the building. It houses more specialized rehabilitation devices such as: Biodex, treadmill, exercise bikes, balance devices, and Exogen units; as well as a diagnostic Flouroscan machine. The Stadium Athletic Training Room is located on the field level of the LaValle Stadium. Both facilities are fully equipped and functional for everyday practice and game-day operations. Stony Brook University, through the School of Health Technology and Management, offers an Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP), which became CAATE accredited in September 2004. The program has four full time faculty members in addition to several adjunct professors with an Athletic Training Lab to help guide the ATEP students towards becoming Certified Athletic Trainers. A notable alumnus of the Stony Brook athletic training program is Lisa White, MA, ATC, Stony Brook '87, inducted into the Stony Brook Hall of Fame in May '98. Lisa is the Head Athletic Trainer with the WNBA New York Liberty. Lisa was a superb student athletic trainer during her undergraduate years at Stony Brook, where she also excelled in Women's Basketball. In addition, several other alumni of the Athletic Training program have gone on to become certified athletic trainers at the high school, college and clinic levels, as well as entered other allied health care professions such as: medical doctor, physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy and respiratory therapy.

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Assistant Director of Athletics For Sports Medicine Kathy Koshansky 25th year at Stony Brook Kathyy Koshansky was named assistant director of athletics for sports medicine in November of 2004. A member of the Stony Brook athletic training staff since 1983, Koshansky serves as the Seawolves head athletic trainer and athletic training education program director. Koshansky is the primary athletic trainer for football and men’s lacrosse and is responsible for the overall operation of the athletic training room at Stony Brook. A tenured associate professor and the Athletic Training Education Program Director at Stony Brook, Koshansky received the prestigious President’s and Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching in 1989. The newly CAAHEP accredited Athletic Training Education Program, which is offered through the School of Health Technology and Management at the Stony Brook Health Science Center, was developed by Koshansky. Koshansky, who has been a National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification (NATABOC) certified athletic trainer since 1983, became a New York State certified athletic trainer in 1999 and has served as treasurer and president of the NYSATA. Koshansky was recently named the Head Athletic Trainer for the Empire State Games. The largest competition of its kind in the nation, the Games is a multi-sport event for amateur athletes patterned after the Olympic program. In January of 2005, Koshansky was awarded the Thomas J. Sheehan Award by the New York State Athletic Trainers Association (NYSATA). The award, which is the highest given out by the NYSATA, is presented to the athletic trainer whose character, commitment and achievements in the athletic training profession clearly exemplify the traits of Thomas J. Sheehan Sr., the long-time Head Athletic Trainer at RPI and one of the founding fathers of the athletic training profession and NYSATA. In June 2000, Koshansky was selected to volunteer as an athletic trainer for the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY. On behalf of the United States Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine Division and Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, Koshansky was also selected as a member of the USA Medical Staff for the 2003 Pan American Games held Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. She is a graduate of Cortland State with a bachelor’s degree in physical education/athletic training and the University of Illinois with a master’s degree in physical education/exercise physiology. STONY BROOK SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF Head Team Physician Head Athletic Trainer Dr. Stuart B. Cherney Kathy Koshansky, ATC Associated Physicians Associate Athletic Trainer Dr. James Penna Mary Tovornik, ATC Dr. Joseph White Assistant Athletic Trainers Dr. Donna Meltzer Roy Flores, ATC Dr. Mark Wolff Eric Lehnert, ATC BJ Ercolino, ATC Brandon Mitchell, ATC



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