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TRANSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY

LEXINGTON, KY

NCAA DIVISION III

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NCAA DIVISION III LEXINGTON, KY TRANSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY

Transylvania

WELCOME TO

President Seamus Carey

As a former college athlete, I understand the value of participating in competitive athletics while pursuing a degree at an institution that embraces academic rigor. The things you learn about yourself and the principles of discipline, teamwork, commitment and resilience will gird you for a lifetime of challenges. You’ll also make lifelong friends and find valuable mentors among your coaches and the athletics staff. As a member of NCAA Division III, Transylvania is committed to the student-athlete ideal. In fact, 41 percent of our students participate in our 27 intercollegiate teams. We challenge our student-athletes to demonstrate high standards of character and achievement both in the classroom and on the field. Since Transylvania’s transition to the NCAA in 2001, the Pioneers have earned 50 conference championships, more than 57 NCAA tournament appearances, 53 Coach of the Year awards and 78 All-American athlete awards.

Transylvania occupies a unique and historic position in American higher education. Founded in 1780 as the first college west of the Allegheny Mountains, Transylvania was a pioneer in bringing the light of learning to what was then the nation’s frontier. Today, the university is a highly regarded liberal arts college with a reputation for the quality of our academics and the personal approach we bring to teaching and learning. With 40 majors and a number of pre-professional programs, Transylvania offers excellent preparation for graduate and professional school as well as a variety of careers immediately following graduation. Our athletic teams are called the Pioneers, and that’s not only a tribute to our honored past—it’s a way of thinking that pervades our vision of the future. Our liberal arts program emphasizes questioning and creative thinking, and that’s what leads to pioneering discoveries and notable contributions to society. Couple that with athletic competition and community spirit is amplified. We hope you’ll join us as we enthusiastically support our student-athletes—our Pioneers and the community’s future leaders.

Seamus Carey President Transylvania University

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QUICK FACTS General Information

Credits

The 2019 Men’s Lacrosse media guide was designed and compiled by Sports Information Director Justin Sweeney and Assistant Sports Information Director Neal Settle. Special thanks to Transylvania Communications Graphic Designer Sam Cooper.

The Department of Athletics provides equitable opportunities and support for male and female students to participate in intercollegiate athletics and to compete successfully in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, Heartland Collegiate Lacrosse Conference and Southern Athletic Association. All activities hold paramount the academic, personal and physical welfare of the student-athlete and emphasize physical fitness, selfdiscipline, teamwork, leadership and the highest standards of ethics, sportsmanship and personal performance. Student-athletes are representative of the general student population and are afforded similar opportunities and treatment. Programs, staff and facilities reflect the excellence of the institution and contribute to the quality of campus life.

Season Outlook and Review

Lettermen Returning..............................................................29 Lettermen Lost..........................................................................4 Newcomers...............................................................................16

Men’s Lacrosse Staff

Head Coach.........................................Terry Justice (7th Year) Assistant Coach...................................Logan Otto (6th Year) Strength and Conditioning.................................Zach Turner Swimming and Diving Office Phone...........(859)-281-3556 Twitter...................................................................@Transy_Lax

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VP for Enrollment and Student Life........Dr. Holly Sheilley Assist. AD of Compliance.....................................Jeff Chaney Assist. AD of Facilities.......................................Leigh Oakley Assist. AD of Outdoor Facilities........................Terry Justice Assist. AD of Sport Administration.............Kevin Calhoun Executive Assistant to VP............................Parviz Zartoshty for Enrollment and Student Life Sports Information Director..........................Justin Sweeney Asst. Director of Sports Information...................Neal Settle Strength and Conditioning Coach....................Zach Turner Faculty Athletics Representative...................Dr. Jeff Hopper Title IX Coordinator.......................................Amber Morgan

The Transylvania intercollegiate athletics program is integral to the university’s educational mission and operates under the principles of amateur athletics and fair play, as established by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III.

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Athletic Administration

Athletics Mission Statement

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Location...............................................................Lexington, Ky. Founded................................................................................1780 Affiliation....................................................NCAA Division III Conference.................................................Heartland (HCAC) Colors........................................................Crimson and White Nickname.......................................................................Pioneers Mascot........................................................................Raf the Bat President.......................................................Dr. Seamus Carey VP for Enrollment and Student Life........Dr. Holly Sheilley Athletic Department Phone...........................(859) 233-8270 Address...................300 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky. 40508 Website................................................www.transysports.com Twitter................................................................@TransySports


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STAND OUT

GET PREPPED

Hone your critical thinking and writing skills—abilities employers and grad schools prize—and challenge your mind and imagination through a liberal arts education.

Immerse yourself in a supportive community, intimate enough for professors to really know you, with peers who believe you’re capable of more than you ever dreamed.

LIVE BIG

CONNECT FOREVER

Make the most of living and learning in the heart of Lexington, a friendly and creative city, with easy access to internships, jobs and infinite opportunities to build your future.

Become a part of the large and welcoming Transylvania network where lifetime friendships are made and career networking opportunities thrive.

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BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE OFFERED IN: Accounting Anthropology Art Art History Biology Biology: Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Track Biology: Molecular and Cellular Biology Track Business Administration Business Administration: Finance Track Business Administration: Management Track Business Administration: Marketing Track Business Administration: Hospitality and Tourism Track Chemistry Chemistry: Biochemistry Track Classics Computer Science Digital Arts and Media Economics Education—Elementary: P-5 Education—Middle Grades: 5-9 Educational Studies English Exercise Science

MINORS AVAILABLE IN MOST MAJORS AND: French Language and Literature German Studies History International Affairs Mathematics Music Studies Music Education Music Performance Music Technology Neuroscience Philosophy Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Physics Political Science Psychology Religion Sociology Sociology/Anthropology Spanish Language and Literature Teaching Art Teaching Chemistry Theater Writing, Rhetoric, and Communication

Asian Studies Classical Studies Communication Creative Writing Education Minor for Secondary Certification (8-12) Environmental Studies Latin American and Caribbean Studies Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

PREPROFESSIONAL PREPARATION IN: Health Professions: dentistry, medicine, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, veterinary medicine, nursing

Engineering Law

SELF-DESIGNED MAJORS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR EXAMPLE:

Sports Management Biopsychology International Security Criminal Behavioral Studies Social Justice

Child Study Intercultural Communication Political Communication Nutrition and Sustainability Historical Rhetoric


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L exington WELCOME TO

Transylvania University is in the heart of downtown Lexington, a city with all the excitement and entertainment of a

bustling metropolis while maintaining a small-town feel. Located in the heart of the Bluegrass regions and the second largest city in Kentucky, Lexington features something for everyone to enjoy, whether it’s Third Street Stuff, recently voted the best coffee shop in Kentucky, right around the corner from campus, the Lexington Farmer’s Market; Thursday Night Live featuring local bands and vendors at the 5/3 Pavilion; a concert or basketball game at the world famous Rupp Arena; a day at the track in the horse capital of the world at Keeneland; or a hike at Raven’s Run Nature Preserve.

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TRANSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY

LEXINGTON, KY

NCAA DIVISION III

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Transylvania has enjoyed more than a decade of success since joining the NCAA Division III in 2004. The athletics community has excelled both on and off the field, with student-athletes thriving in the classroom and in competition.

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ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

COACH OF THE YEAR AWARDS

ALL-AMERICANS

NCAA POSTSEASON APPEARANCES

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PLAYER-OF-THE-WEEK AWARD WINNERS IN 2017-18


Transylvania’s athletic training staff strives to provide the highest quality healthcare to its student-athletes. The Certified Athletic Trainers are highly qualified and trained medical professionals with diverse educational backgrounds and experiences.

Transylvania has two athletic training rooms for its student-athletes. The main athletic training room is on the performance floor of the Beck Center with the secondary training room located in the field house at the Athletics Complex and both are open daily. Each training room is equipped with state-of-the-art injury prevention and rehabilitation equipment.

Kyle Sutton joined the Transylvania Athletics Sports Medicine Staff as Assistant Athletic Trainer in 2016. Sutton brings eight years of experience in athletic training to his role at Transylvania. Sutton has previously worked at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in Lexington as Head Athletic Trainer from 2015-16 and as Head Athletic Trainer at Westerville Central High School from 2008-15. Sutton received a Master of Science in Applied Exercise Science from Oklahoma State University in 2008 and a Bachelor of Science in Allied Medical Professions from The Ohio State University in 2006.

CHRISTA HENDLEY ASST. ATHLETIC TRAINER Christa Hendley joined the Transylvania Athletics Sports Medicine Staff as an Assistant Athletic Trainer in November 2017. Hendley carries over five years of experience in the athletic training realm to Transylvania. Prior to her time at Transy, Hendley served as the Head Athletic Trainer at the University of the Cumberlands from 2014 through 2017, overseeing men’s and women’s soccer, basketball, cheerleading, softball, track and field, and dance during her tenure at Cumberlands. Previous stints for Hendley include working at Lemak Sports Medicine and Orthopedics as a Head Athletic Trainer and at Chowan University.

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Transylvania partners with Lexington Clinic Sports Medicine Center to provide our student-athlete healthcare. Lexington Clinic orthopedic surgeons David Dome, Peter Hester, Ben Kibler and Trevor Wilkes serve as team doctors for the university and make weekly campus visits, eliminating the need to travel off-campus.

KYLE SUTTON ASST. ATHLETIC TRAINER

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The sports medicine staff is fully accredited by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification and the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The staff specializes in the prevention, assessment and rehabilitation of injuries to our student-athletes. Athletic trainers have been recognized by the American Medical Association as allied healthcare professionals since 1990.

Nick Reuss begins his eighth year with the Transylvania sports medcine staff and his third as the Director of Sports Medicine for the 2018-19 season. Reuss joined the Transylvania sports medicine staff in 2011. He holds a Master of Science in recreation and sport sciences from Ohio University and a Bachelor of Science in athletic training from Ohio University. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and is certified by the Kinesio Taping Association as a Kinesio Taping Practitioner.

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Sports Medicine

NICK REUSS DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE


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Pioneers Coaching Staff

Terry Justice HEAD COACH

Terry Justice, a Lacrosse institution in the state of Kentucky, enters his seventh year as head coach of the Transylvania men’s lacrosse program. The race to the top has been a rapid and steady rise for Justice, who has crafted a nationally-respected power in the Commonwealth in just seven short years. Named Transylvania’s first men’s lacrosse coach in June 2011, Justice has quickly guided the program into an annual contender in the Division III men’s lacrosse landscape. In six years as the beacon of Transylvania men’s lacrosse, Justice has created a team that has never experienced a losing season. The Pioneers reign as the four-time defending champions of the Ohio River Lacrosse Conference. The only head coach in the history of Transylvania’s lacrosse program, Justice brings the Pioneers men’s lacrosse program into 2019 fresh off its second consecutive trip into the NCAA Tournament and a legacy as the greatest team in the four-year history of the ORLC. As the Pioneers enter a new lacrosse conference, the Midwest-based HCLC for 2019, Justice aims to write a new winning chapter with the Transylvania men’s lacrosse team. Justice’s most recent season with the Pioneers in 2018 featured another display of championship excellence. Bringing together a young and talented squad, Justice’s Pioneers reeled off a 9-1 record in ORLC conference play to finish the regular season as conference co-Champions, achieving their fourth straight regular-season conference championship in the process. Transylvania rode that momentum to their fourth consecutive ORLC Tournament championship with a resounding 12-2 victory at St. Vincent to clinch its second NCAA Tournament appearance in program history. Along with furnishing team success, a cavalcade of studentathletes earned 2018 postseason honors under Justice’s direction, led by sophomore TJ Toivonen, the ORLC Defensive Player of the Year. Toivonen, sophomore Trenton Sneed, and junior Webb VanMeter each earned All-ORLC First Team recognition, while Nic Bailey, Ben Kraft, and Paul Stickel each earned a spot on the All-ORLC Second Team. Another six players from the 2018 squad were named All-ORLC Honorable Mention. The influx of postseason recognition was punctuated with Toivonen becoming the first Pioneer in program history to be named IMLCA All-Region as an Honorable Mention Defense selection.

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The 2017 season marked the third straight season in which the Pioneers captured the ORLC regular season and tournament title as the Pioneers defeated St. Vincent 12-1 in the conference championship. The critical victory earned the Pioneers the conference’s first-ever NCAA Tournament berth, vaulting Transylvania into the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. Transylvania’s first trip to the NCAA Tournament ended in the second round against Hampden-Sydney to conclude a 13-4 run, the most wins in one season by a Pioneer men’s lacrosse squad. Along with the historic moment embedded in the conference tournament championship, the victory also served as a milestone for Justice, who collected his 50th career head coaching win in the process. Justice’s teams have consistently carved out an identity as one of defensive excellence combined with clearing precision. In 2017, senior goalie Cooper Fogle led the nation in goals-against average, holding opponents to 6.32 goals per game. The Pioneers also led the nation in clearing percentage in 2017. That string cemented a pattern of three consecutive seasons in which the Pioneers have finished in the top-five nationally in scoring defense and clearing efficiency. During that run of defensive excellence, multiple players under Justice have ranked in the top-20 nationally in face-off percentage. With that team success has also come a cornucopia of individual recognition. In 2017, Fogle received his second consecutive ORLC Defensive Most Valuable Player award while senior attacker Clark Watts was named the ORLC co-Offensive Most Valuable Player, leading a list of six All-ORLC First teamers. In total, 11 Pioneers received all-conference postseason recognition. In 2016, the Pioneers put together a 10-6 run and 6-1 record in ORLC regular season play en route to their second consecutive conference regular season and tournament titles. Nine Pioneers earned All-ORLC awards to cap off another conference championship season. The year before, the Pioneers went 11-6 and 5-1 in the ORLC, winning the ORLC Tournament Championship at home over St. Vincent. Following the 2015 season, Justice was named the Ohio River Lacrosse Conference Coach of the Year and saw 11 players garner postseason awards. The Pioneers completed 2015 as both ORLC conference tournament and regular season champions. Justice and the sport of Lacrosse in Kentucky have experienced an intertwined relationship since he arrived to the Bluegrass in the late 1970s. Discovering a passion and love for the sport in his high school years, Justice continued his pursuit of the game at the University of Kentucky where he helped form the first men’s lacrosse club team at Kentucky and played from 1979-1983. In 2003, Justice was made the full-time head coach of the Lexington Catholic Lacrosse program. Justice went on to coach at Lexington Catholic from 2004 through 2011, winning the Kentucky State High School Coach of the Year award in 2004 and 2005. At Lexington Catholic, Justice compiled a 73-33 record and led the Knights to state runner-up showings in 2006 and 2008.


Pioneers Coaching Staff Since his arrival to Transy in 2011, the program has bloomed into one of the premier programs in Division III. The Pioneers have carved out a reputation for fastidious defense, precision clearing, and a physicality rooted in chemistry and blue-collar work ethic. The Pioneers have averaged 10 wins a season and their success stems from key beliefs by their head coach. “I’m very invested in Kentucky lacrosse and these kids who play the game,” says Justice. “What intrigues me on a day-to-day basis is teaching the fundamentals of the game, and figuring out ways to teach our kids fundamentals every day. Fundamentals are the components to execution; that’s how you win or lose.”

In addition to his duties as head coach of Transylvania men’s lacrosse, Justice also serves as the assistant athletic director at Transylvania for Outdoor Facilities. that does come into the equation, but more importantly what kind of

Logan Otto ASSISTANT COACH

Combining one season as a volunteer assistant and the last five as a full-time assistant, the Pioneers have produced winning records in all five seasons, culminating in Transylvania’s first two trips to the NCAA Tournament in successive seasons in 2017 and 2018. Over the course of Otto’s tenure, the Pioneers have amassed a 53-24 record, including four consecutive Ohio River Lacrosse Conference regular season and conference tournament championships. Otto has helped chisel a nationally-prominent defense which ranked in the top-five nationwide from 2015-2017 in both scoring defense and clearing percentage. With Otto’s influence, the Pioneers most recently produced 11 All-ORLC award winners, including the Defensive MVP for the conference and an IWLCA All-Region Honorable Mention winner in TJ Toivonen, who ranked fourth this past season nationally in caused turnovers. The previous season, Otto was instrumental in yielding nine All-ORLC award winners, including the Offensive and Defensive MVPs for the conference. As Transylvania’s head assistant, Otto provides a wealth of knowledge to the budding men’s lacrosse powerhouse in central Kentucky. In addition to his coaching experience at Transylvania, Otto has been active in the development of men’s lacrosse scene in Lexington and surrounding areas. In addition to his duties at Transylvania, Otto spearheads and directs an assortment of camps and clinics throughout the year, including the annual Commonwealth Lacrosse Classic.

Prior to his current post at Transylvania, Otto served as an assistant coach at Lexington Catholic High School, aiding their varsity and junior varsity teams while helping lead the Knights to their first KLA Championship in 2014. Otto served as a liaison for the lacrosse team at Lexington Catholic, overseeing the team budget and monitoring academic affairs.

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Logan Otto enters his sixth year with the Transylvania men’s lacrosse team for the 2019 season. Joining the Pioneers coaching staff in the early years of the program’s inception, the men’s lacrosse team has encountered consistent postseason success with Otto as its top assistant.

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In recognition of his contributions to the game in Kentucky, Justice was part of an inaugural five-person class inducted into the Kentucky Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2015.

While his accolades are plentiful and his presence in Kentucky lacrosse is indelible, Justice’s motivations still return to the core elements of teaching, coaching, his players, and the school he represents. “This University is important to me and our culture,” espouses Justice. “My measure is not necessarily going to be only wins and losses, though young men these student-athletes are going to become. Did they graduate from this University? Are they successful when they get out of this University? That’s how I’m going to be truly measured, so working with these young men is what keeps me going, and that’s the fun part, to fight through some hard times together and learn life lessons.”

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Justice bio (cont.)

Previously, Otto served as head coach of Scott County (Ky.) High School, where he helped start the lacrosse program while overseeing scheduling and season planning. Otto has also served as Co-Director of Commonwealth Kings Lacrosse since 2011, a program which has produced players contributing for teams at NCAA Division I, II, and III levels. In addition to his work with local programs, Otto is also a certified trainer in the US Lacrosse Coaches Education Program, endeavoring to grow the game across the country as a Level 1 and 2 certified coach. Otto attended Columbia Hickman (Mo.) High School where he was a first team all-state performer in Boy’s lacrosse before to transferring to Lexington Catholic High School his sophomore season. At Lexington Catholic, Otto was all-state performer for three years and was named a US Lacrosse High School AllAmerican while holding multiple career point scoring records. He holds a master’s degree from Morehead State University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky.

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2019 Men’s Lacrosse Roster No.

Name

Pos.

1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 27 28 29 30 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 40 42 44 45 46 51 52 53 54 55

Joe Shermock Chris Schaefer Webb VanMeter Nic Bailey Logan Fogle AJ Teague Bryce Lowe Tristan Ach Connor Davis Hunter Garcia Connor Haney Peyton Bray Isaiah Adkins Paul Stickel John West Jacob Miller Collin Ruegg Max Proctor Kayd Aquino Alex Petrocelli Quinn Fox Kris Stone Michael Webb Alex Cherry Trenton Sneed Nate McIntire Hunter Bennett Corbyn Buchart Tim Babb Seth Wilson Noah Alexander Jacob Clements T.J. Toivonen Evan Deskins Jack May Sheymus Maloney Jack Stevenson Will Hickey Lucas Burke Lance Antoine II Ben Kraft Luke Garas Clay Walton Joe Oliver

Midfield/Goalie Attack Midfield Attack Defense LSM Midfield Midfield Attack Defense Goalie Face-off Midfield LSM Face-off Midfield Midfield Midfield Attack Midfield Midfield Defense Attack Face-off Midfield Goalie Midfield Attack/Midfield Defense Attack Midfield Midfield/Attack Face-off Midfield Defense Attack LSM/Defense Defense Midfield Attack Midfield Defense Midfield Defense Defense Goalie Defense Defense

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Hometown/High School

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So.

Windsor, Co. / Windsor Lexington, Ky. / Tates Creek Lexington, Ky. / Henry Clay Mission Hills, Kan. / East Louisville, Ky. / Ballard Milford, Ohio / Milford Louisville, Ky. / Trinity Chicago, Ill. / Marist Louisville, Ky. / Trinity San Diego, Calif. / Westview Lexington, Ky. / Henry Clay Louisville, Ky. / St. Xavier Lexington, Ky. / Henry Clay Louisville, Ky. / Trinity Lexington, Ky. / Lexington Catholic Lexington, Ky. / Henry Clay Powell, Ohio / Bishop Watterson Zionsville, Ind. / Zionsville Sherwood, Ore. / Sherwood Lincroft, N.J. / Christian Brothers Lexington, Ky. / Henry Clay Louisville, Ky. / Male Louisville, Ky. / Trinity Louisville, Ky. / St. Xavier Milford, Ohio / Milford Richmond, Ky. / Madison Central Lakeland Fla. / All Saints’ Academy Louisville, Ky. / St. Xavier St. Louis, Mo. / St. John Vianney LaGrange, Ky. / North Oldham Delaware, Ohio / Delaware Hayes Loveland, Ohio / Loveland Sherwood, Ore. / Sherwood Lexington, Ky. / Dunbar Lexington, Ky. / Henry Clay Hoschton, Ga. / Riverside Military Louisville, Ky. / Louisville Collegiate Lexington, Ky. / Henry Clay Lexington, Ky. / Lafayette Toledo, Ohio / St. Francis de Sales LaGrange, Ky. / North Oldham Prospect, Ky. / North Oldham Lexington, Ky. / Lafayette Louisville, Ky. / Ballard


#3 Webb VanMeter Senior Lexington, Ky. Henry Clay

#4 Nic Bailey Senior Mission Hills, Kan. East

#5 Logan Fogle Senior Louisville, Ky. Ballard

#7 AJ Teague Freshman Milford, Ohio Milford

#8 Bryce Lowe Freshman Louisville, Ky. Trinity

#9 Tristan Ach Freshman Chicago, Ill. Marist

#10 Connor Davis Freshman Louisville, Ky. Trinity

#11 Hunter Garcia Sophomore San Diego, Calif. Westview

#12 Connor Haney Freshman Lexington, Ky. Henry Clay

#13 Peyton Bray Freshman Louisville, Ky. St. Xavier

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#2 Chris Schaefer Senior Lexington, Ky. Tates Creek

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#1 Joe Shermock Senior Windsor, Co. Windsor

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#14 Isaiah Adkins Freshman Lexington, Ky. Henry Clay

#15 Paul Stickel Junior Louisville, Ky. Trinity

#16 John West Junior Lexington, Ky. Lexington Catholic

#17 Jacob Miller Sophomore Lexington, Ky. Henry Clay

#18 Collin Ruegg Senior Powell, Ohio Bishop Watterson

#19 Max Proctor Freshman Zionsville, Ind. Zionsville

#20 Kayd Aquino Sophomore Sherwood, Ore. Sherwood

#21 Alex Petrocelli Senior Lincroft, N.J. Christian Brothers Academy

#22 Quinn Fox Freshman Lexington, Ky. Henry Clay

#24 Kris Stone Junior Louisville, Ky. Male

#25 Michael Webb Sophomore Louisville, Ky. Trinity

#27 Alex Cherry Senior Louisville, Ky. St. Xavier

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#30 Hunter Bennett Junior Lakeland Fla. All Saints’ Academy

#31 Owen Gant Sophomore Louisville, Ky. Manual

#32 Corbyn Buchart Junior Louisville, Ky. St. Xavier

#33 Tim Babb Sophomore St. Louis, Mo. St. John Vianney

#34 Seth Wilson Freshman La Grange, Ky. North Oldham

#35 Noah Alexander Sophomore Delaware, Ohio Delaware Hayes

#36 Jacob Clements Sophomore Loveland, Ohio Loveland

#37 T.J. Toivonen Junior Sherwood, Ore. Sherwood

#38 Evan Deskins Freshman Lexington, Ky. Dunbar

#40 Jack May Sophomore Lexington, Ky. Henry Clay

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#29 Nate McIntire Sophomore Richmond, Ky. Madison Central

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#28 Trenton Sneed Junior Milford, Ohio Milford

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#42 Sheymus Maloney Freshman Hoschton, Ga. Riverside Military Academy

#44 Jack Stevenson Junior Louisville, Ky. Louisville Collegiate

#45 Will Hickey Freshman Lexington, Ky. Henry Clay

#46 Lucas Burke Freshman Lexington, Ky. Lafayette

#51 Lance Antoine II Senior Toledo, Ohio St. Francis de Sales

#52 Ben Kraft Junior LaGrange, Ky. North Oldham

#53 Luke Garas Freshman Prospect, Ky. North Oldham

#54 Clay Walton Freshman Lexington, Ky. Lafayette

#55 Joe Oliver Sophomore Louisville, Ky. Ballard

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2019

TRANSYLVANIA MEN’S LACROSSE SCHEDULE FEBRUARY Wed. 20 Sat. 23

APRIL Augustana (IL) Rhodes

5:00 PM 1:00 PM

MARCH Sat. 2 Wed. 6 Sat. 9 Wed. 13 Sat. 16 Wed. 20 Sat. 23 Wed. 27

Wittenberg Albion at Baldwin Wallace Hanover at Capital at Earlham * at Anderson (IN) Mt. St. Joseph *

2:00 PM TBA 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM

Fri. 29

at Sewanee

5:00 PM

Wed. 3 Sat. 6

at Centre at Mt. St. Joseph *

7:00 PM 1:00 PM

Wed. 10 Sat. 13

Earlham * Anderson (IN) Senior Day at Hanover

7:00 PM 7:00 PM

Sat. 27

6:00 PM

MAY Wed. 1 Sat. 4

HCLC Tournament Semifinals HCLC Tournament Championship

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