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2012-13 University of Delaware Men’s Golf Roster Player Cl. Ben Conroy * ..................................Sr. Dan Costenbader * ..........................Jr. Tyler Cross ......................................Fr. Fraser Graham * ............................So. Kyle Martin ....................................Fr. Niño Rosal * ..................................So. Braden Shattuck..............................Fr. Corey Wagner ** ............................Jr.

Hometown/High School Durham, Conn./Coginchaug Regional (Coker College) Palmerton, Pa./Palmerton Newark, Del./Caravel Academy Princeton, N.J./Princeton Ambler, Pa./Christopher Dock Camden, Del./Caesar Rodney Aston, Pa./Sun Valley Glenshaw, Pa./Central Catholic

2012-13 Roster / 2012-13 Schedule......................1 Head Coach Mike Keogh..............................................2 Assistant Coach Patrick Aylward ..............................2 Ben Conroy / Dan Costenbader ................................3 Corey Wagner / Fraser Graham................................4 Niño Rosal / Tyler Cross ............................................5 Kyle Martin / Braden Shattuck ................................6 2011-12 Results and Statistics ................................7 Colonial Athletic Association ......................................8 Blue Hen Record Book ............................................9-11 All-Time Results ....................................................12-18 All-Time Letterwinners ........................................19-20 Delaware Alumni ........................................................21 University of Delaware........................................22-25

Head Coach: Mike Keogh Assistant Coach: Patrick Aylward Captain: Ben Conroy Home Courses: White Clay Creek GC, Wilmington CC, Hartefeld GC, Back Creek CC, Cavaliers GC * letters earned

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2012-13 University of Delaware Men’s Golf Schedule Date September 2-3 September 8-9 September 24-25 September 29-30 October 21-23 March 24-25 April 1-2 April 6-7 April 12-13 April 20-21 April 26-28 May 16-18 May 28-June 2

Tournament Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate at Turning Stone Resort Navy Fall Classic at USNA Golf Course Joe Agee Invitational at The Williamsburg Club George Mason Patriot Invitational at Laurel Hill Golf Club ODU Outer Banks Collegiate Invitational at Kilmarlic Golf Course UNCW Seahawk Invitational at Country Club of Landfall Villanova Wildcat Invitational at White Manor Country Club Rhody Invitational at Green Valley Golf Course Longwood Intercollegiate at The Manor Resort Navy Spring Classic at USNA Golf Course Colonial Athletic Association Championships at St. James Plantation Golf Course NCAA Regionals NCAA Championships at Crabapple Golf Course

What is a Blue Hen??? niversity of Delaware's athletic teams have one of the most unique nicknames in all of college athletics – "The Fightin' Blue Hens." It is a name they carry with pride that stretches back over 200 years of history of the state of Delaware. The Blue Hen nickname has been continuously used by all University of Delaware intercollegiate teams since 1911. On December 9, 1775, the Continental Congress resolved that a military battalion was to be raised from the lower three counties along the Delaware River. Thus was born the Delaware Regiment, a group of eight companies representing New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties. The second company was composed of men from Kent County and was under the command of Captain John Caldwell, an avid fan and owner of gamecocks. The militia often amused themselves by staging cock fights with these birds which were of a breed known as the Kent County Blue Hen, having some blue plumage. The renown of these chickens spread rapidly during that time when cock fighting was a popular form of amusement, and the "Blue Hens' Chickens" quickly developed a reputation for ferocity and fighting success. Capt. Caldwell's company likewise acquired a considerable reputation for its own fighting prowess in engagements with the British at Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, and Princeton, and was soon known as "the Blue Hen Chicken" company.

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Location Verona, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Williamsburg, Va. Lorton, Va. Powells Point, N.C. Wilmington, N.C. Malvern, Pa. Portsmouth, R.I. Farmville, Va. Annapolis, Md. Southport, N.C. TBA Atlanta, Ga.

One version of the story states that Caldwell's company rushed into battle screaming "We're sons of the Blue Hen and we're game to the end!" Captain Caldwell's company was part of Col. John Haslet's first Delaware regiment that formed near the outset of the Revolution in January, 1776, and in August, 1781, remnants of the regiment were still battling at Eutaw Springs, SC. Although often referred to as "The Fighting Delawares," Haslet's regiment also won the sobriquet, "The Blue Hen Chickens," which has become the nickname for all Delawareans. The name was formally adopted by the Delaware General Assembly in April, 1939 when the "Blue Hen Chicken" was named the official state bird. UD’s College of Agricultural Sciences maintains a breeding group of the Blue Hen Chicken on its campus farm. The UD mascot, YoUDee, made his debut in September 1993. YoUDee stands 6-foot, 8-inches tall with a 6-1 wing-span and size 28FF sneakers.

About this Guide The 2012-13 University of Delaware men’s golf media guide was designed, written, and edited by Kevin Tritt using Quark XPress 8.02 on MacIntosh computers. Covers designed by Kevin Tritt using PhotoShop 7.0.

Location....................................Newark, Delaware 19716 President.......................................... Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Rep. ..................Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Rec. Services ........ Eric Ziady Senior Associate Athletic Director........Samantha Huge Assistant AD/SWA .................................. Susan Groff Associate AD/Business Operations ........Scott Eatough Associate AD/Ext. Relations Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Compliance ......................................TBA Associate AD/Recreation Services ..........Jake Olkkola Assistant AD/Operations............................Alicia Greco Assistant AD/Marketing ........................Kristy Fletcher Athletic Development Director................................TBA Asst. AD/Sports Med. Physician ..Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant AD/Athletic Training....................John Smith Associate Head Athletic Trainer ..................Joan Couch Assistant Athletic Trainers ........................Dan Watson, ................Courtney Butterworth, Jon Boone, Kelly Stafford Assistant AD/Media Relations .......... Scott Selheimer Assistant SID (men’s golf contact) ..............Kevin Tritt Office Phone ..........................................302-831-8715 Cell Phone ..............................................302-383-5005 E-Mail ....................................................ktritt@udel.edu Assistant SID ............................................Maggie Hayon SID/Multimedia Assistant ........................Adam Nichols Athletics Media Relations Phone ..........302-831-2186 Athletics Media Relations Fax ..............302-831-8653 E-Mail Address ....................................36246@udel.edu Internet Address .............................. www.bluehens.com Head Coach............................Mike Keogh (Delaware ‘73) Record at Delaware ..........................0-0 (11 seasons) Career Record ......................................................same Office Phone ..........................................302-831-0682 Assistant Coach ......................................Patrick Aylward Home Courses..........White Clay Creek GC, Wilmington CC, ............................................, Hartefeld GC, Back Creek CC, ......................................................................Cavaliers GC 2011-12 Record ....................................0-0 (T-6th, CAA) All-Time Record........................543-205-13 (78 seasons) NCAA Tournament Appearances ....................1 (1977) Conference Titles (last) ..............................8 (1997-98) Captain............................................................Ben Conroy

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HEAD COACH MIKE KEOGH Delaware ‘73 12th Season at Delaware 0-0 Overall and at Delaware Michael Keogh was named the University of Delaware's new men's golf head coach July 21, 2001. The 12th head coach in UD history and just the fourth since 1955, Keogh begins his 12th season in 2012-13. Keogh, 60, is a 1973 graduate of the University of Delaware, where he was a letterwinner on the golf team, and also holds a master's degree from Wilmington College in 1999. In his first season at the helm of the Blue Hens in 2001-2002, he led the squad to an eighth place finish at the Colonial Athletic Association Championships. His teams finished a season-best fifth at both the Wesley and Lafayette Invitationals. In his second season, the Hens placed ninth at the CAA championships but captured three tournament titles during the season, winning at the Army Fall Invitational, the Goldey Beacom Fall Invitational, and the season-ending Scotty Duncan Memorial Invitational. During the 2003-04 campaign, the Hens posted six top five team finishes, including a second place finish at Scotty Duncan Memorial hosted by the Blue Hens during the spring and a second place finish at the John McDonald Classic hosted by Temple during the fall. The Hens placed ninth at the CAA Championships. As a team, the Hens improved their stroke average to 77.59 for the season after posting a mark of 80.94 the previous year. During the 2004-05 campaign, the Blue Hens improved to an eighth place finish at the CAA championships, falling just one stroke short of seventh place, and posted a tournament victory at the spring GoldeyBeacom Invitational. The Hens also placed second at the fall Goldey-Beacom Invitational, were fourth at the Don Mershon Invitational and Scotty Duncan Memorial Tournament, and sixth at the Lafayette Invitational. His team's 2005-06 season was the best in five years in the CAA as he led the Blue Hens to a fifth place finish in the team standings led by Joe McLister, who became the first UD individual to earn All-CAA honors and place in the top 10 in the league tournament with a 10th place finish. The team posted six top five tournament finishes during the season, including winning the team title at UD's Scotty Duncan Memorial Tournament to finish out the season. Delaware's team cumulative stroke average of 75.69 established a new school record. The 2006-07 squad, led once again by all-time UD career stroke average leader McLister, posted nine top 10 finishes, including winning the Hens' own Scotty Duncan Memorial, placing third in the Fairfield Spring Invitational, and fourth in the William & Mary Spring Invitational. The Hens registered a sixth place team finish at the CAA Championships. Delaware finished seventh at the conference championships in 2007-08, when the Blue Hens posted three third place finishes and one fourth place finish. The Blue Hens improved in 2008-09 under Keogh, as UD placed among the top five in eight of 10 tournaments on the year. Delaware captured the Cornell Invitational, and came in second at the Navy and Scotty Duncan Invitationals. Justin Martinson earned medalist honors at the George Washington and Lafayette Invitationals during the spring season, and the Blue Hens finished seventh at the CAA Championships. Keogh led Delaware to his most successful season in 2009-10, as the Blue Hens won a school-record four consecutive tournaments during the fall of 2009. After winning its own Scotty Duncan Memorial, UD then captured the Joe Agee Invitational and Lincoln Mercury Intercollegiate before closing the run with a victory at the Andrew Geyer Memorial Classic. The Blue Hens posted two other top-five finishes during the spring, and later placed sixth at the CAA Championships. Additionally Keogh oversaw an incredible season by Justin Martinson, who became the first UD golfer to win a conference title by earning medalist honors with a four-shot victory at the CAA Tournament. Martinson, who set a Blue Hen single-season record for lowest average round, finished 13th at the NCAA Regionals and won two other tournaments on the year. Delaware continued its strong run during the 2010-11 campaign, finishing among the top 10 in all but two tournaments while claiming team titles at the Navy Fall Classic and Villanova Invitational. Martinson earned first team All-CAA honors, while he concluded his career as the school's career leader in lowest stroke average.

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Additionally, Martinson carded the two lowest rounds in Delaware history with a 64 at the Lincoln Mercury Intercollegiate and a 65 at the Navy Fall Classic, while fellow senior Kevin McLister fired a pair of 66 rounds. Keogh led the Blue Hens to another strong year in 2011-12, which featured six top-five finishes including defending the team title at the Navy Fall Classic. In the spring Greg Matthias became the second Blue Hen in three years to claim the CAA title, as he earned medalist honors at nearby Wilmington Country Club. Keogh lettered in 1972 during his career playing under legendary head coach Scotty Duncan, helping the team post an 11-7 dual record and a fourth place finish at the Middle Atlantic Conference championships. An English teacher at Newark High School, he is a member of the Delaware State Golf Association, Delaware State Teacher's Association, and Newark Country Club. Keogh previously served as an assistant golf coach at Newark High School and as Newark Country Club's Junior Golf Program Coordinator. He has also coached soccer at the high school level. Keogh and his wife, Kathy, reside in Newark. They have two children. Son, Marty, was a four-year standout golfer at the U.S. Naval Academy in 1998-2002.

ASSISTANT COACH PATRICK AYLWARD Marymount ‘96 Fifth Season at Delaware Patrick Aylward, who served as head coach at Marymount University in Arlington, Va. for seven years, begins his fifth season as the top assistant to University of Delaware golf head coach Mike Keogh in 201213. During his first year in Newark, he helped the Blue Hens finish among the top five in eight of 10 tournaments on the season. Delaware captured the Cornell Invitational title in the fall, while Justin Martinson earned medalist honors at the George Washington and Lafayette Invitationals during the spring season. The 2009-10 season was even more successful for the Blue Hens, who captured four tournament titles all in consecutive weeks - during the fall and compiled 11 Top 10 finishes. Delaware placed sixth at the Colonial Athletic Association Championships thanks to the play of junior Justin Martinson, who captured the individual title and moved on to place 13th at the NCAA Southeast Regionals. Martinson, who also was named the CAA Player of the Year, became the first UD golfer to win a conference title since 1989. Delaware continued its strong run during 2010-11, finishing among the top 10 in all but two tournaments while claiming team titles at the Navy Fall Classic and Villanova Invitational. Martinson earned first team All-CAA honors, while he concluded his career as the school's career leader in lowest stroke average. Additionally Martinson carded the two lowest rounds in Delaware history with a 64 at the Lincoln Mercury Intercollegiate and a 65 at the Navy Fall Classic, while fellow senior Kevin McLister fired a pair of 66 rounds. Aylward helped lead the Blue Hens to another strong year in 2011-12, which featured six top-five finishes including defending the team title at the Navy Fall Classic. In the spring Greg Matthias became the second Blue Hen in three years to claim the CAA title, as he earned medalist honors at nearby Wilmington Country Club. A native of Highland Falls, N.Y., Aylward, 35, earned a bachelor's degree in health and fitness management at NCAA Division III Marymount in 1996 following an outstanding four-year playing career. He was a two-year team captain and helped the team set a school record for all-time low team score in 1996. He also played one season for the MU soccer team. While at James I. O'Neill High School in Fort Montgomery, N.Y., he was a two-year captain and a state sectional qualifier in 1991 and 1992. He served as a volunteer assistant coach at Marymount in 1997 and 1998 before becoming head coach at his alma mater in 1999. He left as the school's all-time winningest coach and his golfers set six school records for lowest match score by a team and an individual during his tenure. In addition to his role as assistant coach at Delaware, Aylward works with Bank of America. He and his wife, Maribeth, reside in Newark with their two daughters, Emma (11) and Annie (10), and son, Davis (2).

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SENIOR DURHAM, CONN. • COGINCHAUG REGIONAL (COKER COLLEGE) At Delaware: Second-year member of the Blue Hens after transferring from Coker College • serving as team captain. 2011-12 Season: Appeared in all 12 tournaments for the Blue Hens • led the squad with a 75.21 average round, the 11th lowest single season total in UD history • posted four top10 finishes on the season, tied for the most on the squad • placed second at the Navy Fall Classic with a three under par 7168-139, which earned him CAA Co-Men’s Golfer of the Week honors • tied for sixth place at the George Washington Invitational (75-74-72-221), Villanova Wildcat Invitational (7376-76-225), and Manor Intercollegiate (73-73-73-219) • was the Blue Hens’ top finisher at the Barnabas Health Intercollegiate and the ODU Outer Banks Invitational. At Coker College: Appeared in all 10 tournaments during the 2010-11 season, averaging 75.12 shots per round • placed sixth at the Myrtle Beach Intercollegiate after finishing two over par, leading the Cobras to the team title • tied for 16th place at the Conference Carolinas Championship • finished second at the Carolina Sands Intercollegiate with a seven under par score during the two rounds • named to the Conference Carolinas Academic-All Conference Team.

JUNIOR PALMERTON, PA. • PALMERTON At Delaware: Third-year member of the Blue Hens. 2011-12 Season: Appeared in six tournaments for Delaware, ranking fourth on the team with a 76.56 average round • tied for seventh place at the Penn State Rutherford Intercollegiate with a 78-72-76-226 • fired a career low round of 68 at the Villanova Wildcat Invitational, tied for the lowest round by a Blue Hen on the year. 2010-11 Season: Placed 59th at the Villanova Wildcat Invitational after carding 77-83-160. High School: Member of the golf, wrestling and baseball teams at Palmerton High School • named 2008-09 Times News Golfer of the Year • led Palmerton to a sixth place finish in the 2009 PIAA State Championship • Palmerton went 13-1, the best season in school history • led Palmerton to the 2010 Colonial League title • honor roll student. Personal: Daniel James Costenbader • son of Renee Costenbader • has a brother, Kevin, who attends the United States Naval Academy • sport management major at Delaware who aspires to become an agent • worked as a caddy over the summer.

High School: Four-year member of the golf and basketball teams at Coginchaug Regional • four-year all-conference selection in golf • school’s match record holder • named AllState his final two years and All-New England as a junior • was the individual medalist of the conference tournament during his final two seasons, leading Coginchaug Regional to the team title both years • named AllConference Scholar-Athlete. Personal: Benjamin Richard Conroy • son of Jay and Liz Conroy • has an older sister, Katherine, and a younger brother, Will • father played lacrosse while mother played basketball at Babson College • finance major at Delaware • aspires to become a professional golfer and investment banker following graduation • has played the piano since the age of five • worked at the Lyman Orchards Golf Club over the summer.

Year 2011-12 Totals

Rounds 34 34

Strokes 2557 2557

Average 75.21 75.21

Year 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

Rounds 2 18 20

Strokes 160 1378 1538

Average 80.00 76.56 76.90

Low Round 77 68 68

Low Round 68 68

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JUNIOR GLENSHAW, PA. • CENTRAL CATHOLIC At Delaware: Third-year member of the Blue Hens.

SOPHOMORE PRINCETON, N.J. • PRINCETON At Delaware: Secondyear member of the Blue Hens.

2011-12 Season: Appeared in nine tournaments for UD on the year, averaging 76.88 shots per round • finished fourth at the Navy Fall Classic by carding a one under par 70-71141, recording the two lowest rounds of his career • tied for 15th place at the Cornell Invitational with a five over par 71-75-75221 • was the Blue Hens’ top finisher at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate with a 12 over par 71-80-74-225.

2011-12 Season: Appeared in seven tournaments for Delaware, recording a 78.39 average round • tied for 19th place at the Navy Fall Classic with a five over par 72-5-147 • fired a 15 over par 73-79-79-231 to tie for 44th place at the Cornell Invitational. High School: Won the 2010 New Jersey Tournament of Champions and the 2010 High School Garden State Cup • named first team All-State as a junior and was tabbed the NJPGA/NJSIAA High School Player of the Year • selected second team All-State as a senior • captured the Mercer County Tournament High School Championship during his final two years • won the 2011 South Central Group 3 High School Sectional Championship • led Princeton High School to team championships in 2008 and 2010 • also played four years of ice hockey at Princeton, serving as team captain during his final two years • named the 2011 County Player of the Year in both sports.

2010-11 Season: Appeared in seven tournaments for the Blue Hens during his freshman season • finished 28th at the Navy Fall Classic after carding 74-75-149 • was 33rd at the Rutherford Invitational by shooting 81-73-76-230 • shot a season-low round of 72 during the second round of the Sea Trail Intercollegiate. High School: Four-year letterwinner in golf and three-year letterwinner in lacrosse at Pittsburgh Central Catholic • set the school single-season scoring record with a 36.1 average • shot a school-record low 32 in a nine-hole round • was a class officer, Treasurer and Vice President at Pittsburgh Central Catholic • honor roll student.

Personal: Fraser Graham • son of Alan and Mickey Graham • has a brother George and a sister Mie, who is a senior on the Duke women’s lacrosse team • worked as a caddy over the summer • finance major at Delaware.

Personal: Corey John Wagner • son of Chick Wagner and Kate Fuhrer • has an older brother, Chas, and an older sister, Casey • marketing major at Delaware • worked for his family company over the summer • team representative on the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council.

Year 2011-12 Totals Year 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

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Rounds 17 25 42

Strokes 1329 1922 3251

Average 78.18 76.88 77.40

Rounds 18 18

Strokes 1411 1411

Low Round 72 70 70

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Average 78.39 78.39

Low Round 72 72


SOPHOMORE CAMDEN, DEL. • CAESAR RODNEY At Delaware: Secondyear member of the Blue Hens.

FRESHMAN NEWARK, DEL. • CARAVEL ACADEMY At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to immediately contribute to the program.

2011-12 Season: Appeared in six tournaments for Delaware, ranking third on the squad with a 76.53 average round • tied for third place at the Manor Intercollegiate with a one over par 72-69-76-217 • that performance earned him CAA Co-Men’s Golfer of the Week honors on April 18 • carded a four over par 71-74-75-220 to tie for fourth place at the George Washington Invitational • named National 5&10 Blue Hen Athlete of the Week on March 19.

High School/Juniors: Two-time first team all-state selection at nearby Caravel Academy • finished ninth as a junior and second as a senior at the Delaware state tournament • posted a 36.4 scoring average during senior year • school record holder for the lowest individual round with a 33 • first golf all-state selection in Caravel history • member of National Youth Leadership Forum and Model UN • 2012 Delaware Junior Championship winner • earned several Philadelphia Junior Tour victories • 2010 Pritch Cup selection.

High School: All-State selection as a senior at Caesar Rodney High School • finished second in the 2011 DIAA State Tournament • captured Henlopen Conference individual titles during his final two years • three-time first team All-Conference selection • led Caesar Rodney to an undefeated 2011 season and the state championship • Riders went 62-2-1 during his four years and captured the 2008, 2010 and 2011 conference team titles • runner up in the 2010 Player of the Year rankings for the Junior PGA: Philly Section • fivetime winner with 10 top-10 finishes on the Junior PGA: Philly Section Tour • posted a pair of top-10 finishes in IJGT Tournaments during the 2010-11 year • honor roll student and member of National Honor Society.

Personal: Tyler Hunter Cross • born July 8, 1994 • son of Clifford and Betty • history major at Delaware • worked at Cavaliers Golf Course over the summer • mother attended Delaware for one year and grandfather also attended UD • enjoys bowling, fishing, volleyball and playing the piano.

Personal: Nathaniel “Niño” Rufino Rosal • son of Rufino and Caric Rosal • has a younger brother, Matthew • exercise science major at Delaware with a medical scholal concentration • worked at Smyrna Medical Associates over the summer • enjoys snowboarding, fishing and tennis during his free time • team representative on the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council.

Year 2011-12 Totals

Rounds 17 17

Strokes 1301 1301

Average 76.53 76.53

Low Round 69 69

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FRESHMAN AMBLER, PA. • CHRISTOPHER DOCK At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to immediately contribute to the program.

FRESHMAN ASTON, PA. • SUN VALLEY At Delaware: First-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to immediately contribute to the program.

High School/Juniors: Won Philadelphia Junior Tour event at Wilmington Country Club in the summer of 2012 • captured the 2012 Harry Hammond Invitational in West Chester, Pa. • earned medalist honors by finishing in first place out of 72 players at the AJGA Preseason Event at Basking Ridge on May 7-8, 2011 • placed ninth out of 122 golfers at the 61st Pennsylvania Junior Championship at Hershey Country Club-East on July 6-7, 2011 • won the Montgomery County Junior Amateur at Plymouth Country Club on August 5, 2011 • finished third at the IJGT Major at Hershey Links in April, 2011 • placed fifth at the AJGA Corse Max/Philadelphia Runner at White Manor Country Club, and placed sixth at the District One Championship at Turtle Creek Golf Club on October 11-12, 2011.

High School/Juniors: Chesmont League champion • named Delaware County Player of the Year • set four high school scoring records • averaged 33.5 with a +3.2 handicap as a senior • 2012 Philadelphia Junior Tour champion • 2011 and 2012 PJT Junior PGA qualifier • 2011 PJT Player of the Year • 2010 and 2011 JGA Tour Player of the Year • was the 2012 PJT Tournament leader with a 71.00 average round. Personal: Braden Taylor Shattuck • born Aug. 10, 1994 • son of Scott and Cheryl Shattuck • has an older sister, Christin • economics major at Delaware • worked at Concord Country Club over the summer.

Personal: Kyle Martin • Nov. 2, 1993 • son of Harry and Diane • business major at Delaware with a minor in entrepreneurial studies.

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2011-2012 University of Delaware Golf Results Date September 4-5

Opponent University of Missouri Turning Stone Intercollegiate at Turning Stone Reort (Verona, N.Y.)

Results 13th Place (of 14)

September 10-11 September 24-25 October 3-4

Navy Fall Çlassic at USNA Golf Course (Annapolis, Md.) Cornell Invitational Robert Trent Jones Golf Course (Ithaca, N.Y.) Joe Agee Invitational at Colonial Heights Golf Course (Williamsburg, Va.)

1st Place (of 12) 3rd Place (of 14) 8th Place (of 13)

October 14-15 October 23-25

Barnabas Health Intercollegiate at Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club (Bedminster, N.J.) ODU Outer Banks Collegiate Invitational at Kilmaric Golf Course (Powells Point, N.C.)

14th Place (of 17) 15th Place (of 18)

March 16-17 March 25-27 April 2-3

George Washington Intercollegiate Invitational at Bear Trap Dunes Golf Course (Bethany Beach, Del.) William & Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate at Kingsmill Resort (Williamsburg, Va.) Villanova Wildcat Invitational at White Manor Country Club (Malvern, Pa.)

3rd Place (of 12) 20th Place (of 29) T-2nd Place (of 14)

April 7-8 April 13-14 April 27-29

Penn State/Rutherford Intercollegiate at Penn State Blue Golf Course (University Park, Pa.) Longwood/Manor Intercollegiate at The Manor Golf Resort (Farmville, Va.) Colonial Athletic Association Championships at Wilmington Country Club (Wilmington, Del.)

3rd Place (of 14) 2nd Place (of 10) T-6th Place (of 11)

May 17-19

NCAA Ann Arbor Regional at University of Michigan Golf Course (Ann Arbor, Mich.)

No Team Score

2011-2012 University of Delaware Golf Statistics Name Rounds Ben Conroy ..........................................................34 Stephen Scialo ......................................................34 Niño Rosal ............................................................17 Dan Costenbader ..................................................18 Greg Matthias ......................................................37 Corey Wagner ......................................................25 Fraser Graham ......................................................18 Bobby Arthur ........................................................6 J.R. Fasy ................................................................2 Team..................................................................152

Strokes 2,557 2,559 1,301 1,378 2,835

Average Score 75.21 75.26 76.53 76.56 76.62

1,922 1,411 514 148 11,674

76.88 78.39 85.67 74.00 76.80

Low Round 68 (Navy) 70 (Navy/Cornell) 69 (Longwood) 68 (Villanova) 68 (CAA) 70 (Navy) 72 (Navy) 81 (George Washington/Villanova) 72 (Navy) 68

2011-2012 University of Delaware Individual Results Name Bobby Arthur Ben Conroy Dan Costenbader

Turning Stone 50th (71-81-80-232) -

Navy 2nd (71-68-139) -

Cornell 19th (74-75-74-223) -

Joe Agee 35th (79-77-77-233) -

Barnabas Health 21st (79-72-151) -

ODU Outer Banks 26th (74-73-73-220) 69th (75-78-78-231)

Fraser Graham Greg Matthias Niño Rosal

69th (88-80-78-246) 63rd (85-78-77-240) -

19th (72-75-147) 32nd (76-75-151) 38th (74-78-152)

44th (73-79-79-231) 36th (73-82-74-229) -

35th (80-75-78-233) 37th (79-74-81-234) -

71st (79-82-161) 73rd (80-82-162) -

65th (73-76-81-230) -

Stephen Scialo

36th (73-76-79-228)

10th (73-70-143)

10th (70-75-73-218)

17th (77-76-74-227)

47th (78-80-158)

44th (73-75-76-224)

Corey Wagner

59th (77-82-79-238)

4th (70-71-141)

15th (71-75-75-221)

40th (81-77-77-235)

47th (77-81-158)

81st (83-79-79-241)

George Washington

C&F Bank

Villanova

Penn State

Longwood

CAA

Bobby Arthur Ben Conroy Dan Costenbader

58th (82-83-81-246) 6th (75-74-72-221) 21st (74-70-81-225)

63rd (77-75-76-228) -

75th (87-81-100-268) 6th (73-76-76-225) 23rd (82-80-68-230)

30th (77-75-82-234) 7th (78-72-76-226)

6th (73-73-73-219) 29th (81-78-74-233)

32nd (79-75-78-232) 37th (83-74-76-233)

Fraser Graham Greg Matthias Niño Rosal

48th (83-79-75-237) 6th (73-76-72-221) 4th (71-74-75-220)

88th (74-78-79-231) 71st (75-77-77-229)

WD (77-WD-79-156) 16th (76-75-77-228) 67th (86-85-77-248)

15th (75-77-77-229) -

29th (78-74-81-233) 3rd (72-69-76-217)

1st (72-68-77-217) 42nd (81-72-82-235)

Stephen Scialo Corey Wagner

14th (79-72-72-223) 46th (76-82-77-235)

88th (75-76-80-231) 43rd (71-80-74-225)

4th (77-75-71-223) 16th (80-74-74-228)

4th (76-74-74-224) 59th (79-81-81-241)

14th (76-74-75-225) -

42nd (80-80-75-235) -

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The Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences both athletically and academically. The CAA encompasses five of the nation’s nine largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Atlanta. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 12 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 12 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 22 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2011-12, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 19 teams in 13 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2012. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes six of the nation’s top 25 media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Atlanta (8), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 23 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, CAA COMMISSIONER football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & Tom Yeager field and wrestling. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2011-12, 24 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 51 student-athletes received All-America honors in 16 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past six years. Three CAA teams earned NCAA Tournament berths for the first time in 2011 as conference champion Old Dominion was joined by VCU and George Mason. VCU knocked off USC, Georgetown, Purdue, Florida State and top-seeded Kansas, while Mason defeated Villanova. In 2006, George Mason captured the nation’s imagination by becoming the first mid-major program since 1979 to reach the Final Four, posting victories over Michigan State, North Carolina, Wichita State and Connecticut along the way. At least five CAA teams have reached postseason play for the past four years. The CAA has also had great success in women’s basketball, with six teams making the postseason in 2011-12. Conference champion Delaware advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time and was ranked #7 in the final Associated Press Top 25 poll. James Madison beat two ACC and two Big East teams to reach the championship game of the WNIT. Drexel, Hofstra, UNCW and VCU joined the Dukes in the WNIT. Old Dominion, which won an NCAA-record 17 straight CAA titles from 1992-2008, boasts three national championships (1979, 1980, 1985) and was national runner-up in 1997. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981 and ODU reached the national

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Commissioner ............................................................................................................Tom Yeager Deputy Commissioner for Basketball ......................................................................Ron Bertovich Chief Operating Officer..........................................................................................Cindy Williams Senior Associate Commissioner, Compliance & Governance/SWA ......................Kathleen Batterson Senior Associate Commissioner, Marketing/Development ....................................Robert Goodman Associate Commissioner, Communications ..............................................................Rob Washburn Associate Commissioner, Integrated Digital Strategies..................................................Scott Meyer Associate Commissioner, Broadcast Services..................................................................Peter Hock Assistant Commissioner, Championships ..................................................................Steve Kanaby Assistant Commissioner, Championships......................................................................J.P. Williams Assistant Commissioner, Creative Services/Communications ......................................Niki DeSantis Assistant Commissioner, Creative Services/Video..................................................Kelly Bowmaster Director of Basketball Strategies..................................................................................Katie Lowe Director of Communications - Football ....................................................................................TBA Director of Corporate Partnerships ........................................................................Brian Edmonds Assistant Director of Compliance & Student-Athlete Services ..................................Vincent Pierson Assistant Director of Video Services ........................................................................Bobby Broyles Officiating Administrator ........................................................................................Pamela Stone Communications Intern ..................................................................................Jonathan Davidson Operations Intern..................................................................................................Courtney Melia

semifinals in 2011. Four men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and James Madison became the seventh CAA team to reach the final 16 of the event in the past decade. Hofstra’s softball team won the Los Angeles Regional and became the first CAA squad to advance to the NCAA Super Regionals. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament in three of the past five seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 13 years. In the pool, George Mason’s Ashley Danner finished second in the 100 breaststroke and fifth in the 200 breaststroke at the 2012 NCAA Championship and received AllAmerica honors. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. On the track, Mason’s David Verburg placed fourth in the 400 meters at the NCAA Championship. The CAA has sent multiple teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in nine of the last 15 years and has had at least 12 players selected in the eight of the last 10 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also boasts numerous All-Americans in lacrosse, tennis, golf, women’s lacrosse and wrestling. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs and granting visiting academic status to student-athletes traveling to an away contest so that they have access to libraries, academic resource centers and computer labs. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when three of its current members- George Mason University, James Madison University, and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new association. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Charter members George Mason, James Madison, UNC Wilmington and William and Mary were joined by Old Dominion University in 1991 and by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference on July 1, 2005.

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ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Coach ..............................................Years..................................Record (Pct.) Wilbur Sypherd ......................................1929-32 (3) ......................................16-6 ( .727) Lloyd P. Lewis ........................................1932-33 (1) ........................................ 7-2 ( .777) R.C. Houghton ........................................1933-39 (6) ..................................31-15-7 (.651) No Coach ......................................1939-40; 1945-46 (2) .............................. 5-7-1 (.423) Joseph Shields ........................................1940-41 (1) ......................................4-3-1 (.562) Emory Adkins ........................................1941-42 (1) ......................................2-4-1 (.357) Joseph Brunansky ..................................1946-51 (5) ..................................29-15-3 (.649) John Cuddeback ....................................1951-52 (1) ..........................................6-5 (.545) Fred Emmerson ......................................1952-54 (2) ........................................11-9 (.550) Irvin Wisniewski ....................................1954-63 (9) ......................................52-46 (.531) R.B. "Scotty" Duncan..............................1963-90 (27) ..................................365-94 (.795) Dr. James Kent ....................................1990-2001 (11) ....................................23-1 (.958) Mike Keogh ...................................... 2001-Present (11) ....................................0-0 (.000) Totals ..................................................86 Seasons ......................543-205-13 (.722)

TEAM RECORDS Wins in a Season: 23 (23-4), 1977-78 Winning Pct.: 1.000, (15-0), 1990-91 1.000, (3-0), 1992-93 1.000, (1-0), 1994-95 Consecutive Wins: 21 in 1975-76 20 in 1990-92 19 in 1973-74 Consecutive Conference Wins: 33, 1984-Present Most Losses, Season: 8 (10-8), 1980-81 Most Consecutive Losses: 7, 1951-52 Lowest Winning Pct.: .125 (1-7), 1955-56 Lowest Team Match/Tournament Strokes: 18 holes: 274 at Navy Fall Classic, Annapolis, Md., 9/11/10 36 holes: 569 (274-295) at Navy Fall Classic, Annapolis, Md., 9/11/10 54 holes: 848 (281-284-283) at James Madison Invitational, Harrisonburg, Va., 10/10-11/05 Season: 75.69, 2005-06 (11,126/147 rounds)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS LOWEST MATCH SCORE, ONE ROUND: 64, Justin Martinson at Lincoln Mercury Int., Fiddler’s Elbow CC, Bedminster, N.J., 10/17/10 65, Justin Martinson at Navy Fall Classic, Navy Academy Course, Annapolis, Md., 9/11/10 66, Kevin McLister at Wildcat Invitational, White Manor CC, Malvern, Pa., 4/3/11 66, Kevin McLister at Navy Fall Classic, Navy Academy Course, Annapolis, Md., 9/11/10 66, Justin Martinson at Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational, Kings Creek, GC, 4/5/10 66, Colin Smith at Old Dominion Invitational, Seascape GC, Kitty Hawk, N.C., 10/30/07 66, Kevin Gallagher at District II Tournament, Easton, Md., 5/3/87 67, Justin Martinson at NCAA Southeast Regional, Capital City Club, Alpharetta, Ga., 5/21/10 67, Justin Martinson at Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational, Kings Creek GC, 4/5/10 67, Justin Martinson at Towson Invitational, Prospect Bay CC, Grasonville, Md., 3/27/10 67, Colin Smith at Scotty Duncan Invitational, White Clay Creek CC, Stanton, Del., 10/5/08 67, Josh Williamowsky at Old Dominion Inv., Seascape GC, Kitty Hawk, N.C., 10/31/06

67, Joe McLister at James Madison Inv., Harrisonburg, Va., 10/11/05 67, Joe McLister at Rutgers Invitational, Piscataway, N.J., 9/16/05 68, Greg Matthias at CAA Championships, Wilmington CC, Wilmington, Del., 4/28/12 68, Dan Costenbader at Wildcat Invitational, White Manor CC, Malvern, Pa., 4/3/12 68, Ben Conroy at Navy Fall Classic, USNA GC, Annapolis, Md., 9/11/11 68, Justin Martinson at C&F Bank Intercollegiate, Kingsmill Resort, Williamsburg, Va., 3/21/11 68, Stephen Scialo at Turning Stone Intercollegiate, Turning Stone Resort, Verona, N.Y., 9/6/10 68, Greg Matthias at ODU Seascape Collegiate, Kitty Hawk, N.C., 10/27/09 68, Kevin McLister at Andrew Geyer Memorial, Wild Quail CC, Wyoming, Del., 10/19/09 68, Tommy Ellison at CAA Championships, Williamsburg, Va., 4/19/08 68, Tommy Ellison at Sea Trail Intercollegiate, Sunset Beach, N.C., 9/23/07 68, Joe McLister at Old Dominion Inv., Seascape GC, Kitty Hawk, N.C., 10/30/06 68, J.J. Oakley at Navy Invitational, USNA GC, Annapolis, Md., 9/14/03 68, Jim Kania vs. Widener/Penn, Newark CC, 4/20/82 69, Niño Rosal at Manor Intercollegaite, The Manor Resort, Farmville, Va., 4/13/12 69, Justin Martinson at ODU Outer Banks Inv., Kilmaric GC, Powells Point, N.C., 10/24/11 69, Kevin McLister at ODU Outer Banks Inv., Kilmaric GC, Powells Point, N.C., 10/24/11 69, Justin Martinson at CAA Championships, The Homestead, Hot Springs, Va., 4/15/10 69, Justin Martinson at Wm. & Mary Int., Kingsmill GC, Williamsburg, Va., 3/22/10 69, Kevin McLister at Andrew Geyer Memorial Classic, Wild Quail CC, Wyoming, Del., 10/19/09 69, Justin Martinson at Lincoln Mercury Int., Fiddler’s Elbow CC, Bedminster, N.J., 10/18/09 69, Colin Smith at Frank Landrey Invitational, Liberty University GC, Lynchburg, Va., 10/14/08 69, Stephen Scialo at Cornell Invitational, Robert Trent Jones GC, Ithaca, N.Y., 9/27/08 69, Colin Smith at Navy Falll Invitational, USCA GC, Annapolis, Md., 9/13/08 69, Jason Bernstein at Navy Fall Invitational, USNA GC, Annapolis, Md., 9/8/07 69, Joe McLister at Wm. & Mary Invitational, Kingsmill River Course, Williamsburg, Va., 3/26/07 69, Joe McLister at Scotty Duncan Memorial, Back Creek G.C., 4/23/06 69, Joe McLister at James Madison Inv., Harrisonburg, Va., 10/10/05 69, Joe McLister at Elon Invitational, Sunset Beach, N.C., 9/24/05 69, Joe McLister at Rutgers Invitational, Piscataway, N.J., 9/17/05 69, Joe McLister at Goldey Beacom Spring Inv., Hartefeld GC, Avondale, Pa., 3/21/05 69, Dan Spiker at Towson Inv., Great Hope GC, Westover, Md., 3/28/04 69, Chase Miller at Army Fall Invitational, 10/5/02 69, Mike Ladden at Georgetown Inv., Leesburg, Va., 9/20/98 69, Gary Cecchet vs. LaSalle/Lafayette, Newark CC, 4/21/92 69, Peter Lovenguth vs. Rider/Lehigh, Robbinsville, N.J., 4/13/89 69, Ivan Seele vs. Rider/Lehigh, Robbinsville, N.J., 4/13/89 69, Jim Kania vs. Rutgers/Rider, Newark CC, 4/22/82 69, Oscar Mestre at District II Tournament, McAffee, N.J., 5/5/80 69, Hank Kline vs. Penn/St. Joseph’s, Newark CC, 4/11/78 69, Charles Horn vs. Drexel/Lafayette at Drexel, 4/16/75 69, Ronald Watson vs. West Chester, 5/10/52 Most Rounds in the 60’s Season: 8, Justin Martinson, 2009-10 Most Rounds in the 60’s, Career: 12, Justin Martinson, 2008-11 LOWEST MATCH SCORE, CONSECUTIVE ROUNDS: 133 (67-66), Justin Martinson at Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational, Kings Creek GC, 4/5/10 135 (65-70), Justin Martinson at Navy Fall Classic, USNA Course, Annapois, Md., 9/11-12/10 136 (67-69), Joe McLister at Rutgers Invitational, Piscataway, NJ, 9/16-17/05 136 (69-67), Joe McLister at James Madison Inv., Harrisonburg, VA, 10/10-11/05 137 (68-69), Jim Kania vs. Widener/Penn, 4/20/82; vs. Rutgers/Rider, 4/22/82 137 (70-67), Colin Smith at Scotty Duncan Invitational, Stanton, Del., 10/4-5/08 137 (68-69), Kevin McLister at Andrew Geyer Memorial, Wild Quail CC, Wyoming Del., 10/19/09 LOWEST MATCH SCORE, THREE CONSECUTIVE ROUNDS: 206 (70-69-67), Joe McLister at James Madison Invitational, Harrisonburg, VA, 10/10-11/05

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TOP ACCOMPLISHMENTS

LOWEST STROKE AVERAGE, SEASON (Min. 6 rounds): 72.55, Justin Martinson (2394/33 rounds) 72.85, Joe McLister, 2005-06 (1967/27) 73.69, Joe McLister, 2006-07 (1916/26) 73.83, Justin Martinson, 2010-11 (2215/30) 74.35, Tommy Ellison, 2008-09 (1487/20) 74.36, Tyler Kupper, 2005-06 (818/11) 74.59, Justin Martinson, 2008-09 (1641/22) 74.71, Tommy Ellison, 2005-06 (523/7) (Freshman record) 74.85, Tommy Ellison, 2007-08 (1759/23.5) 74.93, Kevin McLister, 2010-11 (2248/30) 75.21, Ben Conroy, 2011-12 (2557/34) 75.26, Stephen Scialo, 2011-12 (2559/34) 75.31, Peter Lovenguth, 1990-91 (1318/17.5) 75.35, Jeff Griest, 2007-08 (1168/15.5) 75.62, Josh Williamowsky, 2005-06 (1588/21) 75.76, Darrell Clayton, 1989-90 (985/13) 75.78, Shaun Prendergast, 1973-74 (682/9) 75.80, Joe McLister, 2003-04 (1895/25) 75.83, Jason Bernstein, 2006-07 (1820/24) 75.97, Stephen Scialo, 2009-10 (2279/30) 76.00, Oscar Mestre, 1979-80 (836/11) 76.00, Charles Horn, 1973-74 (760/10) 76.00, Kevin Gallagher, 1986-87 (1064/14) 76.00, B.J. Jaworski, 2005-06 (532/7) 76.00, John Jenson, 2006-07 (532/7)

TEAM NCAA Tournament Participants: 1977 (at Colgate) Eastern (EIGA) Champions: 1977 Conference Champions (8) Middle Atlantic Conference: 1969 East Coast Conference: 1976, 1977, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989 America East Conference: 1998 INDIVIDUAL NCAA All-American Shaun Prendergast, 1977 (3rd team) Oscar Mestre, 1980 (Honorable Mention), 1981 (Honorable Mention)

Note: Although 18-hole stroke averages are not available, Ron Watson played 1953 season to a 1 handicap - equaling a season score of 73.00. LOWEST STROKE AVERAGE, CAREER (Min. 25 Rounds): 73.53, Justin Martinson, 2008-11 (6250/85) 74.66 Joe McLister, 2003-07 (7616/102) 75.10, Tommy Ellison, 2005-09 (5595/74.5) 75.21, Ben Conroy, 2011-12 (2557/34) 76.05, Jason Bernstein, 2006-08 (2966/39) 76.08, Kevin McLister, 2007-11 (7190/94.5) 76.16, Stephen Scialo, 2008-12 (8301/109) 76.26, Jeff Griest, 2005-09 (4461/58.5) 76.28, Charles Horn, 1973-75 (1907/25) 76.67, Josh Williamowsky, 2004-07 (3680/48) 76.71, Greg Matthias, 2008-12 (8515/111) 76.78, Colin Smith, 2007-09 (2764/36) 77.14, Mike Bourne, 1974-78 (4783/62) 77.29, Oscar Mestre, 1977-81 (4251/55) 77.40, Corey Wagner, 2010-Present (3251/42) 77.53, Dan Spiker, 2001-05(5970/77) 77.55, Tyler Kupper, 2003-07(2404/31) 77.56, Todd Milligan, 1992-96 (3025/39) 77.70, Shaun Prendergast, 1973-77 (3885/50) 77.98, Hank Kline, 1974-78 (4133/53)

NCAA Tournament Participants Mike Turnbull - 1961 (Lafayette) Bill Harman - 1971 (Tucson, AZ) Mike Bourne - 1976 (New Mexico); 1977 (Colgate), 1978 (Oregon) Hank Kline - 1977 (Colgate) Jim Kleman - 1977 (Colgate) Shaun Prendergast - 1977 (Colgate) Ernie Frywald - 1977(Colgate) Oscar Mestre - 1980 (Ohio State), 1981 (Stanford) NCAA Regional Participant: Darrell Clayton - 1989 (Myrtle Beach, S.C.), 91st Place (All-East) Justin Martinson - 2010 (Alpharetta, Ga.), T-13th Place Greg Matthias - 2012 (Ann Arbor, Mich.), T-67th Place EIGA (Eastern) Champions: Shaun Prendergast - 1978 (record score, 70-70=140) Darrell Clayton - 1989 (tri-champion - no playoff) EIGA (Eastern) Runner-up: Oscar Mestre - 1980 Darrell Clayton - 1988 (lost in sudden death) Conference Top 10 Champions Mike Turnbull - 1961 (MAC) Shaun Prendergast - 1975 (ECC) Mike Bourne - 1976 (ECC) Hank Kline - 1977 (ECC / sudden death) Oscar Mestre - 1981 (ECC; record tournament) Mike Davis - 1986 (ECC) Chris Miller - 1989 (ECC) Justin Martinson - 2010 (CAA) Greg Matthias - 2012 (CAA) Conference Top 10 Finishers Mike Turnbull - 1961 - 1st Kevin Scanlon - 1969 - 2nd Shaun Prendergast - 1975 - 1st Charlie Horn - 1975 - 4th Mike Bourne - 1976 - 1st Hank Kline - 1977 - 1st (sudden death)

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Jim Kleman - 1977 - 2nd Shaun Prendergast - 1977 - 3rd Mike Bourne - 1977 - 3rd Mike Bourne - 1978 - 2nd Jim Kleman - 1978 - 5th Hank Kline - 1978 - 5th Gary Riddagh - 1978 - 5th Oscar Mestre - 1980 - 2nd Oscar Mestre - 1981 - 1st (tournament record score) Dave Ellsworth - 1983 - 4th Rick Kahlbaugh - 1983 - 10th Brad Hublein - 1984 - 5th Bob Mattone - 1985 - 3rd Kevin Gallagher - 1985 - 4th Brian Phillips - 1985 - 7th Mike Davis - 1986 - 1st John McNair - 1986 - 6th Kevin Gallagher - 1986 - 7th Scott Kelley - 1987 - 3rd Kevin Gallagher - 1987 - 5th Darrell Clayton - 1988 - 2nd John McNair - 1988 - 3rd John Quirk - 1988 - 5th Peter Lovenguth - 1988 - 7th Chris Miller - 1989 - 1st Darrell Clayton - 1989 - 2nd Peter Lovenguth - 1989 - 3rd Peter Lovenguth - 1990 - 4th Bill Clark - 1990 - 6th Duke Bown - 1990 - 10th Dave McCrystal - 1991 - 3rd Peter Lovenguth - 1991 - 5th Bill Clark - 1991 - 6th Chris Miller - 1991 - 8th Dave McCrystal - 1992 - 2nd Duke Bowen - 1992 - 5th Gary Cecchet - 1992 - 5th Kyle Mayhew - 1992 - 10th Todd Millgan - 1993 - 3rd Kyle Mayhew - 1993 - 4th Gary Cecchet - 1993 - 6th Kenny Merritt - 1993 - 9th Todd Milligan - 1994 - 2nd Doug Barry - 1994 - 6th Todd Millgan- 1995 - 4th Ralph Viola - 1995 - 4th Todd Millgan - 1996 - 3rd Mike Dunphy - 1996 - 10th Mike Ladden - 1997 - 5th Mike Ladden - 1998 - 2nd A.J. DiGennaro - 1998 - 4th Mike Ladden - 1999 - 4th Eric Stepanian - 2000 - 4th Mike Ladden - 2000 - 8th Mike Hoffman - 2001 - 9th Joe McLister - 2006 - 10th Justin Martinson - 2010 - 1st Greg Matthias - 2012 - 1st * based on incomplete records before 1975

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Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year Jim Riley - 1987-88, 1988-89 Graig O’Brien - 1998-99 Conference Coach of the Year Jim Kent - 1992-93 University of Delaware Oustanding Senior Male Athlete of the Year Peter Lovenguth - 1991 (co-winner) Jack Istnick - 1965 Ronald Watson - 1953 University of Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame Scotty Duncan (Coach) - 1998 Irv Wisniewski (Coach) - 2000 Oscar Mestre (Player) - 2001 Ron Watson (Player) - 2009 Mike Bourne (Player) - 2011

Golfer Ben Conroy Justin Martinson Justin Martinson Tommy Ellison Tommy Ellison Joe McLister Joe McLister Joe McLister Joe McLister Jake Korb Dan Spiker Corey Sheldon Mike Ladden Mike Ladden A.J. DiGennaro Mike Ladden Todd Milligan Ralph Viola Todd Milligan Gary Cecchet Duke Bowen Peter Lovenguth Darrell Clayton Darell Clayton John McNair Kevin Gallagher

1985-86 John McNair 1984-85 Michael Davis

Emory Adkins (2-4-1) 1942 2-4-1 1943-45 No teams- World War II

Stroke Avg. Rds./Strokes 75.21 34-2557 73.53 30-2215 72.55 33-2394 74.35 20-1487 74.85 23.5-1759 73.69 26-1916 72.85 27-1967 76.58 24-1838 75.80 25-1895 77.93 15-1169 76.92 12-923 79.59 24.5-1950 77.48 23-1782 76.73 22-1688 77.21 14-1081 80.45 15.5-1247 76.77 13-998 78.73 11-866 76.83 12-922 76.53 15-1148 78.10 14-1094 75.30 17.5-1318 75.70 13-984 78.47 19-1491 77.40 12-929 76.00 14-1064

79.10 78.80

Head Coach Wilbur O. Sypherd (Record: 16-4) 1930 4-3 (dual record) 1931 6-1 1932 6-0

No Coach 1940 4-3 Joseph Shields (4-3-1) 1941 4-3-1

YEAR BY YEAR LOWEST STROKE AVERAGE LEADER Year 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

R.C. Houghton (31-15-7) 1934 8-0-1 1935 5-4 1936 4-3-1 1937 4-4-1 1938 5-2-1 1939 5-1-3

14-1107 14-1103

No Coach 1946 1-4-1 Joseph Brunansky (29-15-3) 1947 6-3-1 1948 6-1-2 1949 7-2 1950 8-2 1951 2-7 John Cuddeback (6-5) 1952 6-5 Fred Emmerson (11-9) 1953 8-2 1954 3-7 Irv Wisniewski (52-46) 1955 6-4 1956 1-7 1957 6-5 1958 4-5 8th, Middle Atlantic Conference 1959 5-6 8th, Middle Atlantic Conference 1960 8-4 5th, Middle Atlantic Conference 1961 7-6 3rd, Middle Atlantic Conference 1962 10-2 4th, Middle Atlantic Conference 1963 5-7 8th, Middle Atlantic Conference

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

10-6 1st, ECC; 1st,EIGA NCAA Tournament 23-4 2nd, ECC; 6th,EIGA 14-4 2nd, ECC 12-3 5th, ECC;12th,EIGA 10-8 3rd, ECC; 6th,EIGA 17-5 3rd, ECC;12th,EIGA 11-3 4th, ECC; 6th,EIGA 11-4 4th, ECC; 8th,EIGA 13-2 1st, ECC; 8th,EIGA 16-2 1st, ECC; 5th,EIGA 16-1 2nd,ECC; 10th,EIGA 17-1 1st, ECC; 4th,EIGA 16-2 1st, ECC; 5th,EIGA 13-4 2nd,ECC; 3rd,EIGA

Dr. Jim Kent (23-1) 1991 15-0 2nd,ECC; 9th,EIGA 1992 4-1 2nd,NAC; 6th,EIGA 1993 3-0 2nd,NAC; 7th,EIGA 1994 0-0 2nd,NAC; 11th,EIGA 1995 1-0 3rd, NAC;14th, EIGA 1996 0-0 5th, NAC; 16th, Dist. 1997 0-0 3rd, America East 1998 0-0 1st, America East 1999 0-0 4th, America East 2000 0-0 3rd, America East 2001 0-0 3rd, America East Mike Keogh (0-0) 2002 0-0 8th, Colonial Atheltic Association 2003 0-0 9th, Colonial Athletic Association 2004 0-0 9th, Colonial Athletic Association 2005 0-0 8th, Colonial Athletic Association 2006 0-0 5th, Colonial Athletic Association 2007 0-0 6th, Colonial Athletic Association 2008 0-0 7th, Colonial Athletic Association 2009 0-0 7th, Colonial Athletic Association 2010 0-0 6th, Colonial Athletic Association 2011 0-0 8th, Colonial Athletic Association 2012 0-0 T-6th, Colonial Athletic Association Codes: ECC - East Coast Conference NAC - North Atlantic Conference (currently America East) EIGA, Dist. - Eastern Intercollegiate Golf Association; NCAA District II Tournament

R.B. “Scotty” Duncan (365-94) 1964 7-5 6th, Middle Atlantic Conference 1965 8-7 12th, Middle Atlantic Conference 1966 14-5 5th, Middle Atlantic Conference 1967 13-2 3rd, Middle Atlantic Conference 1968 10-5 3rd, Middle Atlantic Conference 1969 15-1 1st, Middle Atlantic Conference 1970 9-4 5th, Middle Atlantic Conference 1971 18-2 4th, Middle Atlantic Conference 1972 11-7 4th, Middle Atlantic Conference 1973 9-3 3rd, Middle Atlantic Conference 1974 16-1 3rd, Middle Atlantic Conference 1975 18-1 2nd, ECC; 2nd,EIGA 1976 18-2 1st, ECC; 5th,EIGA

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1930 (4-3) Coach: Wilbur O. Sypherd Captain: Roger Fulling Franklin & Marshall ........................................W 6-0 Swarthmore ......................................................L 0-6 Haverford........................................................W 4-3 Villanova ........................................................W 7-0 at Haverford ....................................................L 1-6 at Franklin & Marshall ....................................W 8-7 at Villanova ................................................L 2.5-4.5 1931 (6-1) Coach: Wilbur O. Sypherd Captain: Paul Pie at Swarthmore ..................................................L 2-4 Haverford........................................................W 5-4 Saint Joseph’s..................................................W 8-1 at Franklin & Marshall ............................W 10.5-7.5 at Haverford....................................................W 6-3 Franklin & Marshall ........................................W 7-2 Villanova ........................................................W 7-2 1932 (7-1) Coach: Wilbur O. Sypherd Captain: Lloyd Lewis Saint Joseph’s..................................................W 9-0 Swarthmore ....................................................W 6-3 at Haverford....................................................W 5-4 at Franklin & Marshall ....................................W 5-2 at Villanova ....................................................W 4-3 at Rutgers ......................................................W 6-3 Haverford........................................................W 5-4 at Penn ......................................................L 1.5-7.5 1933 (7-2) Coach: Lloyd Lewis Captain: Arnett Benton Saint Joseph’s..................................................W 6-3 at Swarthmore ................................................W 4-2 at Haverford ....................................................L 2-7 Temple ............................................................W 6-0 Rutgers............................................................W 5-4 Philadelphia School of Osteopathy....................W 9-0 at Lehigh ..........................................................L 2-7 at Villanova ....................................................W 5-4 at George Washington......................................W 6-0 1934 (8-0-1) Coach: F.C. Houghton Captain: Charles Pie at Temple ........................................................W 6-0 at Rutgers ......................................................W 4-2 at Fordham ....................................................W 4-2 Haverford..................................................W 5.5-3.5 at Saint Joseph’s........................................W 6.5-2.5 Villanova ....................................................T 5.5-0.5 Franklin & Marshall ..........................................T 3-3 West Chester....................................................W 6-0 Swarthmore ..............................................W 5.5-0.5 1935 (5-4) Coach: Wilbur O. Sypherd Captain: Roger Fulling at Swarthmore ..................................................L 1-5 at Haverford ....................................................L 1-8 Boston College ................................................W 5-1 Temple ............................................................W 4-2 Rutgers............................................................W 4-2

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at Villanova ....................................................W 5-1 Philadelphia School of Osteopathy ....................L 1-5 at Army ......................................................L 1.5-7.5 Pennsylvania Military College ........................W 15-1 1936 (4-3-1) Coach: F.C. Houghton Captain: S.M. Wilson, Jr. Boston College ..........................................W 4.5-1.5 Swarthmore ......................................................L 4-5 Philadelphia School of Osteopathy ....................L 1-5 at Rutgers ........................................................T 3-3 Lehigh ............................................................W 6-3 at Army ......................................................L 3.5-5.5 Pennsylvania Military College ..........................W 6-0 Johns Hopkins ..........................................W 6.5-2.5 1937 (4-4-1) Coach: F.C. Houghton Captain: Robert Jamison Haverford ........................................................T 3-3 at Lehigh ..........................................................L 0-6 at Dickinson ....................................................W 5-4 Swarthmore ................................................L 2.5-3.5 Rutgers............................................................W 6-0 at Johns Hopkins ........................................L 2.5-3.5 Philadelphia School of Osteopathy..............W 4.5-1.5 Rider ..............................................................W 6-0 at Navy ......................................................L 1.5-7.5 1938 (5-2-1) Coach: F.C. Houghton Captain: Robert Good Dickinson ........................................................W 9-0 at Haverford..............................................W 4.5-1.5 Boston College ..................................................T 3-3 at Lehigh ..........................................................L 0-6 at Georgetown ..................................................L 0-6 at Johns Hopkins ............................................W 4-2 at Rutgers ................................................W 4.5-1.5 at Rider ....................................................W 3.5-2.5 1939 (4-1-3) Coach: F.C. Houghton Captain: Francis Jamison Boston College ................................................W 4-2 at Johns Hopkins ..............................................T 3-3 at Dickinson......................................................T 3-3 Franklin & Marshall ..........................................L 2-4 at Pennsylvania Military College ......................W 6-0 Rider ................................................................T 3-3 Pennsylvania Military College ..........................W 6-0 at NJST............................................................W 5-1 1940 (4-3) Coach: None Captain: Edward Anderson Dickinson ........................................................W 8-1 at Franklin & Marshall ......................................L 3-6 at Bucknell ................................................L 0.5-8.5 NJST................................................................W 8-0 at Fordham ......................................................L 4-5 at Seton Hall ..................................................W 9-0 at Villanova ....................................................W 6-3

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1941 (3-3-1) Coach: Joseph Shields Captain: Raymond Burnett, Jr. at Dickinson......................................................L 4-5 at Villanova ......................................................L 4-5 at NJST............................................................W 6-0 at Rider ............................................................T 3-3 Franklin & Marshall ....................................L 1.5-7.5 Villanova ..................................................W 7.5-1.5 Seton Hall ......................................................W 6-0 1942 (2-4-1) Coach: Emory E. Adkins Captain: Robert Goldey at Franklin & Marshall ......................................L 2-7 at Western Maryland ........................................L 1-8 at Villanova ................................................L 2.5-6.5 Villanova ..................................................W 5.5-3.5 NJST ................................................................T 3-3 at Swarthmore ..................................................L 0-9 at Fordham ..............................................W 5.5-3.5 1943 - 1945 No teams due to World War II 1946 (1-4-1) Coach: None Captain: None Swarthmore ......................................................L 3-6 Western Maryland ....................................W 5.5-3.5 Haverford ........................................................L 4-5 Western Maryland ............................................L 1-5 Drexel ..............................................................T 5-5 Drexel ..............................................................L 3-6 1947 (6-3-1) Coach: Joseph L. Brunansky Captain: Robert Stewart, Jr. Maryland....................................................T 4.5-4.5 Lehigh ........................................................W 14-13 Franklin & Marshall ..................................W 8.5-0.5 Drexel ..............................................................L 4-5 West Chester....................................................W 8-1 Haverford..................................................W 8.5-0.5 Washington & Lee ............................................L 3-6 Washington College..........................................W 7-2 Ursinus............................................................W 9-0 Temple..............................................................L 4-5 1948 (6-1-2) Coach: Joseph L. Brunansky Captain: Robert Stewart, Jr. Washington College..........................................W 7-2 Maryland..........................................................L 1-8 Lehigh ........................................................T 4.5-4.5 Washington College ....................................T 4.5-4.5 West Chester....................................................W 8-1 Swarthmore ..............................................W 5.5-3.5 Franklin & Marshall ........................................W 6-3 Ursinus............................................................W 9-0 Temple ............................................................W 6-3 1949 (7-2) Coach: Joseph L. Brunansky Captain: Edward Wilson Johns Hopkins ................................................W 5-4 Maryland ........................................................W 5-4 Saint Joseph’s..................................................W 6-3


West Chester....................................................W 6-3 Lehigh ..............................................................L 1-6 Drexel ......................................................W 8.5-0.5 Temple ......................................................W 7.5-1.5 Ursinus......................................................W 7.5-1.5 Franklin & Marshall ..........................................L 1-8 1950 (8-2) Coach: Joseph L. Brunansky Captain: William Burnett Maryland....................................................L 2.5-6.5 Drexel ......................................................W 7.5-1.5 Johns Hopkins ................................................W 7-2 Ursinus............................................................W 9-0 Franklin & Marshall ........................................W 8-1 West Chester....................................................W 8-1 Swarthmore ..............................................W 7.5-1.5 Lafayette ..................................................W 8.5-0.5 Temple ......................................................W 5.5-3.5 Lehigh ..............................................................L 3-6 Juniata Invitation Tournament ....................5th Place 1951 (2-7) Coach: Wilbur Joseph L. Brunansky Captain: William Pie Franklin & Marshall ....................................L 1.5-7.5 Maryland ..................................................W 5.5-3.5 West Chester....................................................W 6-3 Penn ................................................................L 1-8 at Lehigh ..........................................................L 1-8 Johns Hopkins ..................................................L 4-5 Temple..............................................................L 1-8 Swarthmore ......................................................L 4-5 Lafayette ..........................................................L 3-6

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1952 (6-5) Coach: John F. Cuddeback Captain: Harvey Hirst, Jr. at Maryland......................................................L 4-5 at Temple ..................................................W 7.5-1.5 Lafayette ..........................................................L 3-6 at Bucknell ......................................................L 3-6 Lehigh ..............................................................L 4-5 Franklin & Marshall ........................................W 5-4 Penn ................................................................L 4-5 at Swarthmore ................................................W 7-2 at West Chester................................................W 7-2 Johns Hopkins ................................................W 7-2 Drexel ............................................................W 8-1 1953 (8-2) Coach: Fred Emmerson Captain: Ronald Watson West Chester....................................................W 9-0 Temple ............................................................W 9-0 at Lehigh ..........................................................L 3-6 Bucknell ..........................................................W 8-1 at Johns Hopkins ............................................W 6-3 Swarthmore ....................................................W 8-1 at Lafayette ....................................................W 5-4 at Penn ............................................................L 2-7 Drexel ............................................................W 8-1 at Saint Joseph’s..............................................W 5-4

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1954 (3-7) Coach: Fred Emmerson Captain: Robert Waples at West Chester ................................................L 4-5 Lehigh ..............................................................L 2-7 at Temple ........................................................W 7-2 at Drexel ..........................................................L 4-5 Johns Hopkins ..................................................L 3-6 at Swarthmore ..................................................L 2-7 Maryland..........................................................L 2-7 Penn ................................................................L 1-8 Saint Joseph’s..................................................W 6-3 at Bucknell ......................................................W 5-4

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1955 (6-4) Coach: Irv Wisniewski Captain: John Faraone Drexel ..............................................................L 3-6 Lehigh ..............................................................L 0-9 Haverford ..................................................L 0.5-8.5 at Johns Hopkins ......................................W 6.5-2.5 at Penn ............................................................L 0-7 Swarthmore ....................................................W 4-3 West Chester....................................................W 7-2 at Saint Joseph’s..............................................W 7-2 at Temple ........................................................W 9-0 Bucknell ..........................................................W 6-3

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1956 (1-7) Coach: Irv Wisniewski Captain: Dick Sutton Penn ................................................................L 0-7 Temple ............................................................W 5-4 at Lehigh ..........................................................L 0-9 at Haverford ....................................................L 1-8 Johns Hopkins ............................................L 3.5-5.5 at Swarthmore ..................................................L 0-9 Saint Joseph’s ................................................L 1-6.5 at Bucknell ......................................................L 0-9 1957 (6-5) Coach: Irv Wisniewski Captain: Dick Sutton at Penn ............................................................L 0-7 at Washington College....................................W 20-7 Hofstra ..........................................................L 8-10 Lehigh ............................................................L 4-14 Haverford......................................................W 13-5 Swarthmore ..................................................W 12-6 at Johns Hopkins ......................................L 7.5-10.5 at Temple ................................................W 12.5-5.5 Bucknell....................................................L 7.5-10.5 Saint Joseph’s............................................W 9.5-8.5 Drexel ....................................................W 10.5-4.5 1958 (4-5) Coach: Irv Wisniewski Captain: Harold Read Hofstra......................................................W 9.5-8.5 at Lehigh ..................................................L 1.5-16.5 Rutgers ....................................................L 6.5-11.5 at Haverford ..................................................L 4-14 Johns Hopkins ..............................................W 12-6 at Swarthmore ..............................................W 10-8 at Bucknell ..............................................L 1.5-16.5 Penn ........................................................L 5.5-12.5 at Drexel ......................................................W 12-6 MAC Championships ....................................8th Place

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1959 (4-6) Coach: Irv Wisniewski Captain: John Watson Bucknell....................................................L 1.5-16.5 at Rutgers ......................................................L 3-15 Lehigh ............................................................L 3-15 at Saint Joseph’s ............................................L 5-13 Haverford................................................W 13.5-4.5 at Johns Hopkins ......................................W 9.5-8.5 Swarthmore ....................................................L 8-10 at Temple ......................................................W 11-7 Washington College ..........................................L 0-7 Drexel ..........................................................W 15-3 MAC Championships ....................................8th Place 1960 (8-4) Coach: Irv Wisniewski Captain: Eugene Gallagher Rutgers ........................................................W 11-7 at Haverford............................................W 12.5-5.5 at Saint Joseph’s......................................W 14.5-3.5 at Swarthmore ..............................................W 13-5 at Lehigh ........................................................L 5-13 at Bucknell ..............................................L 5.5-12.5 at Washington College....................................W 15-3 Johns Hopkins ..........................................W 9.5-8.5 at Drexel ................................................W 10.5-7.5 Penn ........................................................L 4.5-13.5 Temple ....................................................W 16.5-1.5 Villanova ........................................................L 9-10 MAC Championships ....................................5th Place 1961 (7-6) Coach: Irv Wisniewski Captain: Mike Turnbull at Rutgers ................................................L 1.5-16.5 Haverford......................................................W 13-5 Saint Joseph’s................................................W 14-4 Bucknell....................................................L 4.5-13.5 Swarthmore ..............................................W 9.5-8.5 Lehigh ............................................................L 4-14 at Penn ..........................................................L 1-17 at Johns Hopkins ....................................W 11.5-6.5 Washington College..................................W 11.5-6.5 Gettysburg ................................................W 9.5-8.5 Drexel ............................................................L 7-11 at Temple ..................................................W 9.5-8.5 at Villanova ......................................................L 0-6 MAC Championships ....................................3rd Place 1962 (10-2) Coach: Irv Wisniewski Captain: Mike Turnbull at Haverford..............................................W 9.5-8.5 at Saint Joseph’s............................................W 10-8 at Bucknell ....................................................L 6-12 at Swarthmore ..............................................W 10-8 at Lehigh ......................................................W 12-6 Johns Hopkins ..............................................W 12-6 Gettysburg ..............................................W 14.5-3.5 Pennsylvania Military College ........................W 15-3 at Drexel ......................................................W 10-8 at Rutgers ....................................................W 11-7 Temple ....................................................W 14.5-3.5 Villanova ....................................................L 8.5-9.5 MAC Championships ....................................5th Place

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1963 (5-7) Coach: Irv Wisniewski Captain: Richard Mayfield Haverford......................................................W 12-6 Saint Joseph’s ................................................L 8-10 at Villanova ......................................................L 0-7 Swarthmore ..................................................W 10-8 Pennsylvania Military College ........................W 15-3 Lehigh ..........................................................W 12-6 at Johns Hopkins ......................................L 6.5-11.5 at Gettysburg ................................................W 10-9 at Rutgers ................................................L 3.5-11.5 at Drexel ........................................................L 6-12 Bucknell..........................................................L 5-13 at Temple..................................................L 6.5-10.5 MAC Championships ....................................8th Place 1964 (7-5) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Randy Barker Gettysburg ..............................................W 11.5-6.5 at Haverford..................................................W 14-4 vs. Saint Joseph’s ............................................L 3-15 at Lehigh ..................................................L 3.5-14.5 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 17.5-0.5 Georgetown ..............................................W 9.5-8.5 Penn State ......................................................L 2-16 Temple ....................................................W 12.5-5.5 Drexel ..........................................................W 14-4 Rutgers ..........................................................L 4-14 Villanova ................................................W 11.5-6.5 at Bucknell ..............................................L 8.5-10.5 MASCAC Championships ..............................6th Place 1965 (8-7) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Jack Istnick Haverford................................................W 13.5-4.5 Delaware Valley ............................................W 16-2 Pennsylvania Military College ..................W 11.5-6.5 Swarthmore ............................................W 13.5-4.5 at La Salle ................................................L 4.5-13.5 vs. Saint Joseph’s ......................................L 7.5-10.5 at Georgetown ..................................................L 1-6 vs. American..............................................W 5.5-1.5 at Temple........................................................L 6-12 at Drexel ......................................................W 15-3 at Johns Hopkins ....................................W 14.5-3.5 at Rutgers ........................................................L 1-6 Lehigh ..........................................................W 10-9 at Villanova ..............................................L 6.5-11.5 vs. Bucknell ..............................................L 7.5-10.5 MASCAC Championships ............................12th Place 1966 (14-5) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Ed Stegemeir at Georgetown ..................................................L 2-5 vs. Penn State ..................................................L 2-5 at Haverford............................................W 10.5-7.5 vs. Pennsylvania Military College ..................W 15-3 at Bucknell ..............................................L 5.5-12.5 at Swarthmore ................................................L 9-10 vs. Pennsylvania Military College ..................W 10-8 Johns Hopkins ..............................................W 14-4 Saint Joseph’s................................................W 17-1 Delaware Valley ............................................W 17-1 American ................................................W 17.5-0.5

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Temple ..........................................................W 14-4 Saint Joseph’s................................................W 17-1 Drexel ....................................................W 11.5-6.5 La Salle ..................................................W 11.5-6.5 at Franklin & Marshall ..............................W 9.5-8.5 vs. Dickinson ................................................W 10-8 Rutgers ........................................................W 10-8 at Lehigh ........................................................L 7-11 MASCAC Championships ..............................5th Place 1967 (13-2) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Bill Denbrock at La Salle ....................................................W 18-0 at American ....................................................W 4-3 vs. Georgetown................................................W 4-3 Haverford................................................W 16.5-1.5 Pennsylvania Military College ........................W 15-3 at Pennsylvania Military College ..............W 15.5-2.5 vs. Swarthmore..............................................W 14-4 at Rutgers ......................................................W 5-2 at Temple....................................................L 8.5-9.5 vs. Glassboro State ..................................W 13.5-4.5 at Johns Hopkins ..........................................W 11-7 at Saint Joseph’s............................................W 12-6 vs. Drexel................................................W 17.5-0.5 Lehigh ..........................................................W 13-5 at Penn State ....................................................L 1-6 MAC Championships ....................................3rd Place 1968 (10-5) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: John Riley West Chester ..................................................L 9-10 American ......................................................W 11-7 Haverford................................................W 14.5-3.5 La Salle ........................................................W 11-7 Swarthmore ..................................................W 16-2 Pennsylvania Military College ........................W 14-4 Temple ..........................................................W 13-5 Glassboro State..............................................W 16-2 Rutgers ....................................................L 6.5-11.5 Pennsylvania Military College ..................W 14.5-3.5 Villanova ........................................................W 6-0 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 13.5-4.5 Lehigh ............................................................L 6-12 Drexel ............................................................L 9-10 Saint Joseph’s ............................................L 8.5-9.5 MAC Championships ....................................3rd Place 1969 (15-1) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Charles Pinto La Salle ..................................................W 13.5-4.5 American ................................................W 12.5-5.5 Old Dominion ..................................................W 5-4 Bentley............................................................W 7-0 West Chester..................................................W 11-7 Haverford......................................................W 17-1 Swarthmore ............................................W 14.5-3.5 Pennsylvania Military College ........................W 13-5 Bucknell ........................................................W 10-9 Temple ......................................................W 9.5-8.5 Glassboro State........................................W 13.5-4.5 Johns Hopkins ..............................................W 14-4 American ......................................................W 14-4 Rutgers ............................................................L 3-4 Drexel ....................................................W 11.5-6.5

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Saint Joseph’s..................................................W 6-0 MAC Championships ....................................1st Place 1970 (9-4) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: John Stinson Bentley............................................................W 7-0 Haverford................................................W 10.5-7.5 Rider ..............................................................W 4-3 Gettysburg ......................................................W 4-3 Rutgers ............................................................L 3-4 American ........................................................W 4-3 Bucknell ..........................................................L 2-5 Drexel ............................................................L 7-11 Saint Joseph’s..................................................W 5-2 Johns Hopkins ..............................................W 15-3 West Chester ....................................................L 3-4 Lehigh ............................................................W 5-2 Lafayette ........................................................W 6-1 MAC Championships ....................................5th Place 1971 (18-2) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Kevin Scanlon Villanova ........................................................W 5-2 Seton Hall ......................................................W 7-0 Bentley............................................................W 7-0 Salisbury State ..............................................W 25-2 Haverford................................................W 16.5-1.5 Wilkes ....................................................W 12.5-5.5 American ........................................................W 5-2 Swarthmore ....................................................W 7-0 Pennsylvania Military College ..........................W 7-0 Bucknell ..........................................................W 5-2 Gettysburg ......................................................W 5-2 Rider ..............................................................W 4-3 Rutgers ............................................................L 3-4 Georgetown ....................................................W 4-3 Lafayette ........................................................W 7-0 Lehigh ..............................................................L 2-5 Saint Joseph’s..................................................W 7-0 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 16.5-1.5 West Chester....................................................W 5-3 Drexel ............................................................W 4-3 MAC Championships ....................................4th Place 1972 (11-7) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captains: Kenneth Helfand, J. Pat Nilon Haverford................................................W 393-441 Franklin & Marshall ................................W 393-419 Swarthmore ............................................W 394-435 Pennsylvania Military College ..................W 394-437 Villanova ................................................W 399-405 Salisbury ................................................W 399-420 Bucknell....................................................L 419-377 Gettysburg ..............................................W 380-289 Rider ......................................................W 380-412 Temple......................................................L 401-384 American ..................................................L 401-400 Lafayette ..................................................L 409-407 Saint Joseph’s..........................................W 396-437 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 396-447 Lehigh ......................................................L 415-407 Rutgers ....................................................L 415-411 Drexel ....................................................W 378-409 West Chester ............................................L 378-375 MAC Championships ....................................4th Place


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1973 (9-3) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: William Harman West Chester ............................................L 398-389 Haverford................................................W 394-426 Widener ..................................................W 397-459 Muhlenberg ............................................W 394-434 Lehigh ....................................................W 396-404 Bucknell....................................................L 396-388 Rider ......................................................W 391-428 Gettysburg ..............................................W 391-393 Drexel ......................................................L 391-387 Muhlenberg ............................................W 382-396 Moravian ................................................W 382-418 Rutgers ..................................................W 393-410 MAC Championships ....................................3rd Place 1974 (16-1) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captains: William Milner, Jack Tuttle West Chester............................................W 383-385 Saint Joseph’s..........................................W 383-418 Haverford................................................W 372-426 Muhlenberg ............................................W 372-429 Swarthmore ............................................W 395-435 Widener ..................................................W 395-452 Glassboro State........................................W 376-403 Bucknell ..................................................W 376-381 American ................................................W 381-389 Gettysburg ..............................................W 381-407 Rider ......................................................W 381-412 Lafayette ................................................W 395-419 Drexel ....................................................W 395-418 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 389-436 Villanova ................................................W 389-409 Rutgers ....................................................L 382-376 University of Miami Invitational ................T-4th Place Delaware Sea Scape Invitational ..................1st Place MAC Championships ....................................3rd Place 1975 (18-1) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captains: Charles Horn, Andrew Smith Haverford................................................W 384-411 Muhlenberg ............................................W 384-420 Swarthmore ............................................W 400-416 Widener ..................................................W 400-420 Glassboro State ........................................L 411-407 Saint Joseph’s..........................................W 411-428 Bucknell ..................................................W 367-386 Penn ......................................................W 382-398 Lafayette ................................................W 382-412 Gettysburg ..............................................W 391-432 Drexel ....................................................W 367-398 Lafayette ................................................W 367-418 American ................................................W 386-432 West Chester............................................W 385-407 Lehigh ....................................................W 383-386 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 395-419 Rider ......................................................W 395-419 American ................................................W 395-425 Rutgers ..................................................W 377-395 ECC Championships ....................................2nd Place EIGA Championships ..................................2nd Place

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4/12 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/18 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/1

3/22 3/22 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/14

1976 (18-2) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: John Siegle West Chester............................................W 394-407 Saint Joseph’s..........................................W 394-411 Muhlenberg ............................................W 378-420 Haverford................................................W 378-439 Swarthmore ............................................W 379-409 Widener ..................................................W 379-452 Bucknell ..................................................W 387-395 Navy ........................................................L 411-409 Villanova ................................................W 411-423 Fordham ................................................W 411-440 Lafayette ................................................W 385-397 Drexel ....................................................W 385-439 American ................................................W 390-297 Rider ......................................................W 390-422 Lehigh ....................................................W 392-399 Penn ......................................................W 362-376 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 362-432 Gettysburg................................................L 400-394 Hofstra....................................................W 390-425 Rutgers ..................................................W 385-390 ECC Championships ......................................1st Place EIGA Championships....................................5th Place 1977 (10-6) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Ernest Fyrwald, Shaun Prendergast Penn ........................................................L 403-398 Saint Joseph’s ..........................................L 403-400 Lafayette ................................................W 394-415 Drexel ....................................................W 394-435 American ................................................W 394-427 West Chester ............................................L 394-392 Haverford................................................W 397-416 Albright ..................................................W 397-443 Lehigh ....................................................W 383-390 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 400-425 Georgetown ............................................W 400-426 Gettysburg ..............................................W 368-385 Bucknell....................................................L 392-284 Villanova ..................................................L 407-406 Rutgers ....................................................L 386-382 Glassboro State........................................W 370-405 ECC Championships ......................................1st Place EIGA Championships ....................................1st Place 1978 (22-4) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Michael Bourne, Henry Kline George Mason ..........................................L 418-396 Salisbury State..........................................L 418-400 Haverford................................................W 408-456 Franklin & Marshall ................................W 408-466 Swarthmore ............................................W 374-425 Widener ..................................................W 374-435 George Mason ........................................W 415-417 American ................................................W 415-426 West Chester ............................................L 406-392 East Stroudsburg......................................W 406-412 Penn State ..............................................W 370-377 Villanova ................................................W 370-392 Penn ......................................................W 371-375 Saint Joseph’s..........................................W 371-391 Lafayette ................................................W 374-384 Drexel ....................................................W 374-409 Bucknell ..................................................W 383-396

4/17 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/23 4/27 4/27 428

4/3 4/3 4/6 4/6 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/22 4/22 4/26 4/26 5/2

Lehigh ....................................................W 386-387 Georgetown ............................................W 384-419 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 384-427 Gettysburg ..............................................W 379-392 Hofstra....................................................W 385-406 American ................................................W 385-410 Rider ......................................................W 385-415 Rutgers ....................................................L 380-377 Towson State............................................W 382-405 ECC Championships ....................................2nd Place EIGA Championships....................................6th Place 1979 (14-4) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Robert DiFerdinando, Gary Riddagh Swarthmore ............................................W 376-430 Widener ..................................................W 376-436 American ..................................................L 419-417 West Chester............................................W 419-439 Saint Joseph’s..........................................W 401-422 Penn ........................................................L 401-390 Drexel ....................................................W 381-423 George Washington..................................W 381-409 Lafayette ................................................W 384-395 Lehigh ....................................................W 396-402 Georgetown ............................................W 386-417 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 386-464 Hofstra....................................................W 382-384 American ................................................W 382-398 Rider ......................................................W 382-412 Salisbury ..................................................L 400-397 Rutgers ....................................................L 400-386 Villanova ................................................W 388-402 ECC Championships......................................5th Place EIGA Championships..................................12th Place

4/7 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/10 4/10 4/15 4/15 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/22 4/22 4/24 4/24

3/26 4/8 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/18

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1980 (12-3) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Craig Phillips American ................................................W 405-408 West Chester............................................W 405-413 Penn ......................................................W 398-399 Saint Joseph’s ..........................................L 398-390 Drexel ....................................................W 395-400 Lafayette ................................................W 395-396 Widener ..................................................W 391-450 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 391-443 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 388-442 Georgetown ............................................W 388-402 Villanova ................................................W 395-418 Haverford................................................W 410-423 Salisbury ..................................................L 385-381 Rider ......................................................W 385-404 Rutgers ....................................................L 385-384 ECC Championships ....................................3rd Place 1981 (10-8) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Oscar Mestre Swarthmore ............................................W 397-407 Drexel ......................................................L 391-386 Lafayette ..................................................L 391-381 Saint Joseph’s ..........................................L 399-398 Penn ........................................................L 399-389 West Chester ............................................L 428-423 Lehigh ....................................................W 399-403 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 382-416 Princeton ..................................................L 403-393

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4/18 4/21 4/23 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/26 4/26

3/25 3/25 3/29 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/17 4/20 4/20 4/22 4/22 4/23 4/29 4/29

3/24 4/12 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/28 4/28

3/22 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/10

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Navy ........................................................L 403-395 Widener ..................................................W 386-405 Rutgers ....................................................L 389-376 Rider ......................................................W 389-418 Iona ........................................................W 389-427 Villanova ................................................W 390-401 Rider ......................................................W 381-405 American ................................................W 381-391 Hofstra....................................................W 381-DNF ECC Championships ....................................3rd Place EIGA Championships....................................6th Place 1982 (17-5) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captains: Rick Kahlbaugh, Leon Minka Swarthmore ............................................W 382-422 George Washington ....................................W Forfeit Franklin & Marshall ................................W 391-398 West Chester ............................................L 394-393 American ..................................................L 394-381 Saint Joseph’s..........................................W 391-403 Drexel ....................................................W 381-419 Lafayette ................................................W 381-407 Georgetown ............................................W 386-459 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 386-462 Lehigh ......................................................L 416-411 Colgate....................................................W 416-420 Villanova ................................................W 416-417 Navy ........................................................L 405-398 Princeton ..................................................L 405-401 Widener ..................................................W 400-427 Penn ......................................................W 400-428 Rutgers ..................................................W 379-385 Rider ......................................................W 379-428 Villanova ................................................W 398-409 Glassboro State........................................W 410-413 Monmouth ..............................................W 410-421 ECC Championships......................................4th Place EIGA Championships....................................6th Place 1983 (11-3) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Kevin Lutz Swarthmore ............................................W 407-455 Lafayette ................................................W 398-429 Drexel ....................................................W 398-422 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 402-455 Georgetown ............................................W 402-424 Lehigh ....................................................W 391-407 Franklin & Marshall ................................W 391-413 American ................................................W 419-423 Towson......................................................L 419-418 Villanova ................................................W 382-407 Glassboro State........................................W 385-416 Montclair State..........................................L 385-379 Navy ........................................................L 405-371 York ........................................................W 405-415 ECC Championships ....................................2nd Place EIGA Championships....................................6th Place 1984 (11-4) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captains: James Schwarz, Matt Unsworth Swarthmore ............................................W 396-444 West Chester............................................W 432-433 Penn ........................................................L 432-422 Drexel ....................................................W 381-382 Lafayette ................................................W 381-389

4/12 4/13 4/13 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/18 4/20 4/25 4/25 4/26 4/30

3/21 3/25 3/25 3/30 3/30 4/8 4/8 4/12 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/17 4/20-21 4/24 4/24 4/25 5/4-5

3/24 3/24 3/29 3/29 4/7 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/8 4/8 4/10 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/18 4/18 4/19-20

Johns Hopkins ........................................W 406-464 Lehigh ......................................................L 421-416 Swarthmore ............................................W 421-434 Navy ........................................................L 432-389 Widener ..................................................W 322-332 Rutgers ....................................................L 395-392 Rider ......................................................W 395-421 Villanova ................................................W 399-408 Franklin & Marshall ................................W 384-385 Glassboro State........................................W 384-414 ECC Championships......................................4th Place EIGA Championships....................................8th Place 1985 (13-2) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Matt Unsworth Swarthmore ............................................W 408-455 Loyola (Md.)............................................W 403-444 Georgetown ............................................W 403-424 Navy ......................................................W 408-419 American ................................................W 408-445 West Chester............................................W 394-424 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 398-450 Lehigh........................ (UD wins tiebreak) T 397-397 Widener ..................................................W 385-391 Villanova ..................................................L 385-378 Rider ......................................................W 394-438 Drexel ....................................................W 400-413 Rutherford Invitational (@ Penn State) ....11th Place Franklin & Marshall ..................................L 400-398 Glassboro State........................................W 387-399 La Salle ..................................................W 387-425 ECC Championships ......................................1st Place EIGA Championships....................................8th Place 1986 (16-2, 4-0 ECC) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Kevin Gallagher Georgetown ............................................W 396-410 Loyola (Md.)............................................W 396-435 Navy ......................................................W 323-332 Gannon ..................................................W 323-344 West Chester............................................W 384-417 Kutztown ................................................W 384-441 Loyola (Md.)............................................W 384-408 *Lafayette ..............................................W 405-411 *Drexel ..................................................W 405-424 Colgate ....................................................L 405-400 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 408-455 Swarthmore ............................................W 393-442 Villanova ..................................................L 387-378 Widener ..................................................W 387-430 *Lehigh ..................................................W 405-429 *Towson ..................................................W 405-449 Rutherford Invitational (@ Penn State) ..T-10th Place Glassboro State........................................W 413-416 La Salle ..................................................W 413-441 ECC Championships ......................................1st Place EIGA Championships....................................5th Place

* East Coast Conference match

4/7 4/7 4/9

1987 (16-1, 4-0 ECC) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Kevin Gallagher *Drexel ..................................................W 391-418 *Lafayette ..............................................W 391-401 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 417-436

4/13 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/16 4/16 4/18-19 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/22

Loyola (Md.)............................................W 399-405 La Salle ..................................................W 399-415 Bloomsburg ............................................W 399-428 Widener ..................................................W 381-408 Villanova ..................................................L 381-377 Philadelphia Textile..................................W 381-425 *Rider ....................................................W 396-448 *Lehigh ..................................................W 396-409 Swarthmore ............................................W 411-455 Saint Joseph’s..........................................W 411-444 Rutherford Invitational (@ Penn State) ......5th Place La Salle ..................................................W 383-425 Glassboro ................................................W 383-408 Franklin & Marshall ................................W 395-408 West Chester............................................W 395-413 ECC Championships ....................................2nd Place EIGA Championships..................................10th Place

* East Coast Conference match

3/25 3/25 4/5 4/5 4/6 4/6 4/8 4/11 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/13 4/19 4/20 4/20 4/27

1988 (17-1, 5-0 ECC) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: John McNair Georgetown ............................................W 405-416 Loyola (Md.)............................................W 405-428 *Lafayette ..............................................W 384-421 *Drexel ..................................................W 384-425 Franklin & Marshall ................................W 401-443 La Salle ..................................................W 401-425 Navy ........................................................L 405-387 Saint Joseph’s..........................................W 420-447 Swarthmore ............................................W 420-456 Villanova ................................................W 391-399 Widener ..................................................W 391-430 *Lehigh ..................................................W 422-424 *Rider ....................................................W 422-527 Colgate....................................................W 422-423 Rutherford Invitational (@ Penn State) ......6th Place Johns Hopkins ........................................W 413-441 *Towson ..................................................W 399-408 La Salle ..................................................W 399-400 Glassboro State........................................W 427-461 ECC Championships ......................................1st Place EIGA Championships....................................4th Place

* East Coast Conference match

3/27 3/27 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/5 4/8 4/8 4/10 4/10 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/13 4/15-16 4/15-16 4/19

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1989 (16-2, 5-0 ECC) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captains: Darrell Clayton, Jim Riley at Georgetown ........................................W 417-419 vs. Seton Hall ..........................................W 417-435 at *Lafayette ..........................................W 379-413 vs. *Drexel..............................................W 379-413 La Salle ....................................................L 400-390 Franklin & Marshall ................................W 400-416 at Navy ....................................................L 407-403 vs. George Washington ............................W 407-433 Swarthmore ............................................W 395-454 Saint Joseph’s..........................................W 395-443 at *Rider ................................................W 356-381 vs. *Lehigh..............................................W 356-384 at Loyola (Md.)........................................W 396-417 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 396-475 Georgetown ............................................W 396-400 Rutherford Invitational (@ Penn State) ....10th Place vs. Villanova............................................W 948-959 at *Towson State......................................W 403-430


4/24 4/24 4/30-5/1 5/6-7 5/25-27

West Chester Tournament ............................1st Place at West Chester........................................W 330-331 ECC Championships ......................................1st Place EIGA Championships....................................5th Place NCAA East Regionals ..........................No Team Score

4/21 4/21 4/22 4/22 4/24-25 5/1-3

Lafayette ................................................W 383-457 La Salle ..................................................W 383-413 at *Drexel ..............................................W 399-426 Rutgers-Camden........................................L 399-397 Princeton Invitational ..................................6th Place EIGA Championships....................................6th Place

* East Coast Conference match * North Atlantic Conference match

3/23 3/23 4/3 4/3 4/7 4/9 4/9 4/11 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13-15 4/13-15 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/19 4/24 4/29-30 5/5-6

1990 (13-4, 6-0 ECC) Coach: Scotty Duncan Captain: Darrell Clayton Georgetown ..............................................L 332-326 New Hampshire ........................................L 332-331 *Drexel ..................................................W 371-421 *Lafayette ..............................................W 371-423 Navy ........................................................L 389-388 Saint Joseph’s..........................................W 368-447 Philadelphia Textile..................................W 368-457 *Rider ....................................................W 376-435 *Lehigh ..................................................W 376-393 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 378-478 Wesley ....................................................W 378-427 Rutherford Invitational (@ Penn State) ....T-5th Place Villanova ................................................W 623-629 *Towson ..................................................W 385-436 *Lafayette ..............................................W 397-418 La Salle ....................................................L 397-393 Franklin & Marshall ................................W 397-434 Swarthmore ............................................W 380-456 ECC Championships ....................................2nd Place EIGA Championships....................................3rd Place

* East Coast Conference match

3/25 4/5 4/5 4/10 4/10 4/11 4/11 4/12-14 4/16 4/16 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/20-21 4/23 4/23 4/26-27 4/28-29 5/3-4

1991 (15-0, 3-0 ECC) Coach: Jim Kent Captain: Peter Lovenguth at Saint Joseph’s......................................W 410-438 Georgetown ............................................W 401-405 Loyola (Md.)............................................W 401-407 at Lehigh ................................................W 424-433 vs. *Rider ................................................W 424-473 at Wesley ................................................W 394-422 vs. Johns Hopkins ....................................W 312-399 Rutherford Invitational (@ Penn State) ......3rd Place George Washington..................................W 385-431 *UMBC ....................................................W 385-438 at Franklin & Marshall ............................W 390-461 vs. Lafayette............................................W 390-424 at La Salle ..............................................W 384-395 vs. Lafayette............................................W 383-434 Navy Tournament ........................................1st Place *Drexel ..................................................W 385-439 Rutgers-Camden ......................................W 385-418 Princeton Tournament ..............................10th Place ECC Championships ....................................2nd Place EIGA Championships....................................9th Place

3/29-30 4/9-10 4/12-13 4/15 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/23-24 5/1-2 5/11-12

* North Atlantic Conference match

3/28 4/2-3 4/11-12 4/16-17 4/23-24 4/29-5/1

1994 Coach: Jim Kent Captain: Andrew Clayton Loyola (Md.) Tournament ..........................19th Place James Madison Classic ................................5th Place NAC Championships ....................................2nd Place Rutherford Invitational (@ Penn State) ....14th Place Princeton Tournament ..............................12th Place Scotty Duncan/EIGA Championships ..........11th Place

4/1-2 4/9-11 4/13 4/14-16 4/18 4/21-22 4/29-30

1995 (1-0) Coach: Jim Kent Captain: Todd Milligan James Madison Classic ..............................12th Place NAC Championships ....................................3rd Place Wesley Invitational......................................7th Place Rutherford Invitational (@ Penn State) ......8th Place Lafayette ................................................W 403-435 Princeton Invitational ..................................9th Place NCAA District II/Scotty Duncan Memorial ..14th Place

3/4-5 3/25-26 3/30-31 4/18 4/19-20 4/26-27 5/4-5

1996 Coach: Jim Kent Captain: Todd Milligan University of New Orleans Tournament ......18th Place Loyola (Md.) Invitational ..........................12th Place George Mason Patriot Invitational................9th Place NAC Championships ....................................5th Place Temple Invitational......................................9th Place Princeton Invitational ................................16th Place NCAA District II/Scotty Duncan Memorial ..16th Place

9/19-20 3/3-4 3/17-18 3/24-25 4/5-6 4/11-12 4/25-26 5/3-4

1996-97 Coach: Jim Kent Captain: Hank Clement America East Championships........................3rd Place New Orleans Collegiate Classic ..................18th Place UMBC Invitational ......................................8th Place Loyola (Md.) Invitational ..........................15th Place Navy Invitational ......................................12th Place Rutgers Invitational ..................................10th Place Princeton Invitational ................................16th Place Scotty Duncan Memorial............................15th Place

* East Coast Conference match 1992 (4-1, 1-0 NAC) Coach: Jim Kent Captains: Duke Bowen, Dave McCrystal 3/20-21 Navy Invitational ......................................10th Place 4/6 UMBC Tournament......................................2nd Place 4/9 Johns Hopkins ........................................W 403-466 4/10 Rutgers Tournament ....................................4th Place 4/13-14 NAC Championships....................................2nd Place

1993 (3-0, 1-0 NAC) Coach: Jim Kent Captain: Gary Cecchett Loyola (Md.) Tournament ............................5th Place Rutgers Tournament ....................................5th Place NAC Championships....................................2nd Place Wesley Invitational ......................................1st Place at Lafayette ............................................W 408-437 La Salle ..................................................W 408-434 *Drexel ..................................................W 384-416 Princeton Tournament ................................3rd Place Scotty Duncan Memorial..............................7th Place EIGA Championships..................................20th Place

9/18-19 3/9-10 3/23-24 4/4-5 4/17-18 4/24-25 5/2-3

1997-98 Coach: Jim Kent Captains: A.J. DiGennaro, Mike Ladden America East Championships ........................1st Place Northwood Invitational..............................12th Place Loyola (Md.) Invitational ..........................11th Place Navy Spring Invitational ..........................22nd Place Temple Invitational......................................6th Place Princeton Invitational ................................13th Place Scotty Duncan Memorial............................13th Place

9/14-15 9/19-20 10/2-3 10/16-17 10/21 11/8-9 3/8-9 3/29-30 4/10-11 4/16-17 4/22-24 4/30-5/1

1998-99 Coach: Jim Kent Captain: Doug Frazier Americ East Championships..........................4th Place Georgetown Invitational ............................14th Place St. John’s Invitational................................11th Place Stabler Invitational (@ Lehigh) ................12th Place Lehigh Quad Meet ......................................3rd Place Caves Valley Invitational ............................8th Place Northwood Invitational..............................17th Place William & Mary Invitational ......................27th Place Navy Spring Invitational............................23rd Place Temple Invitational......................................8th Place Princeton Invitational ................................14th Place Scotty Duncan/District II Championship........7th Place

9/18-19 10/1-2 10/15-16 10/22-23 11/7-8 3/6-7 3/27-28 4/3-4 4/8 4/22 4/28-29 5/1-2

1999-00 Coach: Jim Kent Captain: Mike Ladden Georgetown Invitational ............................15th Place St. John’s Invitational................................12th Place Stabler Invitational (@ Lehigh) ..................8th Place Ocean City College Classic............................3rd Place Caves Valley Invitational ............................7th Place Northwood Invitational..............................12th Place Golden Horseshoe Invitational (@ W&M) ..19th Place Towson Invitational ....................................6th Place Navy Invitational ........................................9th Place Princeton Invitational ................................13th Place Scotty Duncan Memorial..............................4th Place America East Championships........................3rd Place

9/15-16 9/28-29 10/6-7 10/13-14 10/21-22 10/29-30 3/5-6 3/26-27 3/31-4/1 4/7-8 4/20-21 4/29-5/1

2000-01 Coach: Jim Kent Captains: Terry Maguire, Jason Phinney Bucknell Invitational ................................13th Place St. John’s Invitational................................12th Place Temple Owl Classic ....................................13th Place Stabler Invitational (@ Lehigh) ................11th Place Delaware Collegiate Invitational ..................6th Place Georgetown Invitational ............................16th Place Northwood Invitational..............................12th Place Golden Horseshoe Invitational (@ W&M) ..15th Place Towson Invitational ..................................11th Place Navy Invitational ........................................6th Place Scotty Duncan Memorial............................14th Place America East Championships........................3rd Place

2001-02 Coach: Mike Keogh Captains: Terry Maguire, Jason Phinney 9/5 Wesley Invitational......................................5th Place 9/8-9 Navy Invitational ......................................25th Place 9/22-23 James Madison Invitational ......................19th Place 10/12-13 Stabler Invitational @ Lehigh......................7th Place 3/30-31 Drew Upton Tiger Classic ..........................18th Place 4/6-7 Navy Invitational ......................................11th Place

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4/13-14 4/19-21 4/27-28

Lafayette Invitational ..................................5th Place CAA Championships ....................................8th Place Scotty Duncan Memorial ..................9th(B)/12th (G)

9/7-8 9/13-14 9/18 9/30 10/5-6 10/15-16 10/28-29 3/13-14 3/29-30 4/3 4/5-6 4/14 9/17 4/20-22 4/26-27

2002-03 Coach: Mike Keogh Captain: Chase Miller Navy Invitational ......................................12th Place Towson Invitational ....................................2nd Place Goldey Beacom Invitational ........................1st Place George Washington Invitational ..................7th Place Army Invitational ........................................1st Place Lehigh Invitational ....................................14th Place Temple Invitational......................................4th Place St. John’s Treasure Coast Classic ................17th Place Towson Spring Invitational ..........................4th Place Widener Invitational....................................5th Place Navy Spring Invitational ............................21st Place George Washington Invitational ..................9th Place Wesley Spring Invitational ..........................2nd Place CAA Championships ....................................9th Place Scotty Duncan Invitational ..........................1st Place

4/14-16 4/20 4/23

CAA Championships ....................................5th Place Wesley Spring Invitational ................4th (A), 6th (B) Scotty Duncan Memorial ....................1st (A), 5th (B)

9/9-10 9/15-16 9/23-24 10/2-3 10/7-8 10/30-31 3/16-17 3/24-25 3/26-27 4/2-3 4/6 4/20-22

2006-07 Coach: Mike Keogh Captain: Joe McLister Navy Invitational ........................................9th Place Rutgers Invitational ....................................9th Place Elon Invitational........................................15th Place William & Mary Invitational ......................13th Place Scotty Duncan Memorial ....................1st (B)/6th (G) Old Dominion Invitational............................8th Place Fairfield Spring Invitational ........................3rd Place George Washington Invitational ..................4th Place William & Mary Invitational ........................5th Place Bradford Creek Invitational @ ECU ............8th Place Navy Invitational ........................................6th Place CAA Championships ....................................6th Place

9/10 9/13-14 9/29 10/12-13 10/17-18 10/27-28 3/22-23 3/27-28 4/3-4 4/9-10 4/16-18 4/24-25

2003-04 Coach: Mike Keogh Captain: Chase Miller Wesley Invitational ..........................2nd (G)/3rd (B) Navy Fall Invitational ................................10th Place Rehoboth Beach Fall Invitational..................5th Place Don Mershon Invitational @ Lehigh ............5th Place Hofstra Invitational ....................................4th Place John MacDonald Classic @ Temple ............2nd Place William & Mary Invitational ......................17th Place Drew Upton Memorial @ Towson ..............11th Place Navy Invitational ......................................15th Place Lafayette Spring Invitational ......................9th Place CAA Championships ....................................9th Place Scotty Duncan Memorial ............................2nd Place

9/8-9 9/14-15 9/22-23 10/6-7 10/12-13 10/29-30 3/17-18 3/21-22 4/4-6 4/12-13 4/18-20 4/26-27

2007-08 Coach: Mike Keogh Captain: Britt Murdoch Navy Invitational ........................................3rd Place Rutgers Invitational ....................................4th Place Elon Invitational........................................10th Place Scotty Duncan Invitational ..........................9th Place Hofstra Invitational ....................................3rd Place Old Dominion Invitational..........................19th Place First Market Collegiate @ Wm. & Mary ....17th Place George Washington Invitational ................11th Place Ironwood Pirate Collegiate @ ECU ............15th Place Lafayette Invitational..................................3rd Place CAA Championships ....................................7th Place Cavalier Classic @ Virginia........................17th Place

9/11-12 9/27 10/4-5 10/10-11 10/17-18 10/25-26 3/14-15 3/21 4/2-3 4/8-9 4/15-17 5/1-2

2004-05 Coach: Mike Keogh Captain: Joe McLister Navy Fall Invitational ................................14th Place Rehoboth Beach Invitational........................9th Place Joe Agee Invitational @ Wm. & Mary ......15th Place Don Mershon Invitational @ Lehigh ............4th Place Goldey Beacom Invitational ........................2nd Place John MacDonald Classic @ Temple ..............8th Place Lexus Invitational (Fort Myers, FL) ............11th Place Goldey Beacom Invitational ........................1st Place Towson Invitational ....................................9th Place Lafayette Invitational ..................................6th Place CAA Championships ....................................8th Place Scotty Duncan Invitational ..........................4th Place

9/12-13 9/27 10/4-5 10/13-14 10/25-26 3/20-21 3/23-24 3/28-29 4/4-5 4/17-19

2008-09 Coach: Mike Keogh Captain: Tommy Ellison Navy Invitational........................................2nd Place Cornell Invitational ......................................1st Place Scotty Duncan Invitational ..........................2nd Place Frank Landrey Invitational @ Liberty..........4th Place Kelly Gutshall Invitational @ Lehigh............4th Place George Washington Invitational ..................5th Place First Market Collegiate @ Wm. & Mary ....13th Place Towson Invitational ....................................4th Place Lafayette Invitational ................................2nd Place CAA Championships ....................................7th Place

9/10-11 9/16-17 9/24-25 10/10-11 10/17-18 10/31-1 3/20-21 3/25-26 4/1-2 4/9

2005-06 Coach: Mike Keogh Captain: Joe McLister Navy Invitational ........................................8th Place Rutgers Invitational ....................................5th Place Elon Invitational........................................13th Place James Madison Invitational ........................8th Place East Carolina Invitational ............................9th Place Old Dominion Invitational..........................11th Place William & Mary Invitational ......................21st Place George Washington Invitational ..................2nd Place Drew Upton Memorial @ Towson ..............16th Place Lafayette Spring Invitational ......................4th Place

9/12-13 9/26-27 Oct. 4-5 Oct. 10-11 Oct. 17-18 Oct. 19 Oct. 26-27 Mar. 19-20 Mar. 22-23 Mar. 27-28 Apr. 5 Apr. 15-18 Apr. 24-25 May 20-22

2009-10 Coach: Mike Keogh Captain: Mike Barrow Navy Fall Classic ......................................13th Place Cornell Invitational......................................3rd Place Scotty Duncan Memorial ..............................1st Place Joe Agee Invitational ..................................1st Place Lincoln Mercury Intercollegiate ....................1st Place Andrew Geyer Memorial Classic....................1st Place ODU Seascape Collegiate ..........................10th Place George Washington Invitational ..................7th Place C&F Bank Intercollegiate ..........................14th Place Fireline/Towson Invitational......................T-4th Place Rehoboth Beach Spring Invitational ............3rd Place CAA Championships ....................................6th Place Penn State/Rutherford Intercollegiate ......T-8th Place NCAA Southeast Regional ....................No Team Score

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9/5-6 9/11-12 9/24-26 10/10-11 10/16-17 10/24-26 2/27-28 3/21-22 4/3-4 4/8-10 4/22-24 4/30

2010-11 Coach: Mike Keogh Captain: Match Captains Turning Stone Intercollegiate ......................9th Place Navy Fall Classic ..........................................1st Place Sea Trail Intercollegiate ..............................7th Place Joe Agee Invitational................................T-6th Place Lincoln Mercury Intercollegiate ....................5th Place ODU Outer Banks Invitational....................12th Place UNC Wilmington Seahawk Intercollegiate ..12th Place C&F Bank Intercollegiate ............................7th Place Villanova Wildcat Invitational ......................1st Place Penn State/Rutherford Intercollegiate..........5th Place CAA Championships ....................................8th Place Cavalier Classic............................................8th Place

9/4-5 9/10-11 9/24-25 10/3-4 10/15-16 10/23-25 3/16-17 3/25-27 4/2-3 4/7-8 4/13-14 4/27-29 5/17-19

2011-12 Coach: Mike Keogh Captains: Greg Matthias, Stephen Scialo Turning Stone Intercollegiate ....................13th Place Navy Fall Classic ..........................................1st Place Cornell Invitational......................................3rd Place Joe Agee Invitational ..................................8th Place Barnabas Health Intercollegiate ................14th Place ODU Outer Banks Invitational....................12th Place George Washington Intercollegiate ..............3rd Place C&F Bank Intercollegiate ..........................20th Place Villanova Wildcat Invitational ..................T-2nd Place Penn State/Rutherford Intercollegiate ........3rd Place Longwood Intercollegiate............................2nd Place CAA Championships ..................................T-6th Place NCAA Ann Arbor Regional ..................No Team Score

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- AAA Anderson, Ed ..........................................1938, 1939, 1940 Anderson, George ........................................................1940 Apsley, John ................................................................1948 Arthur, Bobby ........................................................2012 - BBB Banks, Steve............................................2003, 2004, 2005 Barker, Randy..........................................1962, 1963, 1964 Barrow, Mike ..............................................................2010 Barrows, Brian ..................................................1992, 1993 Barry, Doug ............................................1994, 1995, 1996 Batchelor, George ........................................................1955 Becker, John ................................................................1954 Bender, Alan ................................................................1980 Benton, Arnett ..............................1931, 1932, 1933, 1934 Bernstein, Jason ..........................................................2007 Boerner, Steve ........................................2006, 2007, 2008 Bourne, Michael ............................1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Bowen, Duke ................................1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 Bowman, Todd ..................................................1995, 1996 Boyer, Rodney ..................................................1947, 1950 Boyle, Kevin ................................................................1992 Boys, Frank ................................................................1946 Bree, Michael......................................................1987,1988 Brophy, Lawrence ....................................1965, 1966, 1967 Burch, Dana ................................................................1953 Burnett, Raymond ........................1939, 1940, 1941, 1942 Burnett, William ......................................1948, 1949, 1950 Butler, Robert ....................................................1942, 1947 - CCC Cannon, James ..................................................1959, 1960 Cecchett, Gary ........................................1991, 1992, 1993 Chambers, Russell ........................................................1965 Ciconte, Thomas ..........................................................1969 Clark, Bill ..........................................................1990, 1991 Clayton, Andrew ............................1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 Clayton, Darrell ............................1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 Clement, Hank ..............................1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Coldiron, Mark ............................................................1979 Connell, Jerome ......................................1958, 1959, 1960 Conroy, Ben ............................................................2012 Costenbader, Dan ..................................................2012 Coyne, Brendon ................................................1997, 1998 Crooks, James ........................................1930, 1931, 1932 - DDD D’Angelo, James ................................................1950, 1951 Davis, Michael ..................................................1985, 1986 Dawson, Walter..................................................1932, 1933 Dean, Chauncey ......................................1955, 1956, 1957 Deck, Frank ......................................................1973, 1974 DeMilio, Joseph ......................................1994, 1995, 1996 Denbrock, William..............................................1966, 1967

DiEleuterio, John ....................................1964, 1965, 1966 DiFerdinando, Robert ................................1977,1978, 1979 DiGennaro, Anthony ................................1996, 1997, 1998 Dingle, Fred ................................................................1969 Di Sabatino, Eugene ..........................................1940, 1942 Duffy, John........................................................1959, 1960 Dunphy, Michael ......................................1994, 1995, 1996 - EEE Eaton, Maynard ..........................................................1958 Eisenhauer, David ........................................................1967 Eisenman, Jerry ..........................................................1951 Ellison, Tommy ........................................2007, 2008, 2009 Ellrich, Rob ..................................................................2002 Ellsworth, David ................................................1982, 1983 Ely, T. Blair ..................................................................1937 Exley, Kevin ................................................................2001 - FFF Faraone, Dave ............................................................1954 Faraone, John....................................................1954, 1955 Fenicle, Ben ................................................................1999 Fetterolf, Morton..........................................................1969 Fletcher, John ....................................................1961, 1962 Floriani, Brian....................................................1995, 1996 Fossett, Jack ................................................................1951 Fox, Steven..................................................................1967 Fulling, Roger ..............................................................1930 Fyrwald, Ernst................................1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 - GGG Gallagher, Eugene....................................1958, 1959, 1960 Gallagher, Kevin ............................1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 George, William ..........................................................1959 Goldey, Robert ........................................1940, 1941, 1942 Good, Robert ................................1936, 1937, 1938, 1939 Graham, Fraser ......................................................2012 Graves, Dean ....................................................1976, 1978 Griest, Jeff ........................................................2006, 2007 Grobstein, Matt ............................................................2006 Grunert, Mark....................................................1972, 1973 Guenveur, Jack ............................................................1951 - HHH Hahn, Thomas..............................................................1962 Hall, Alan ....................................................................1968 Hann, Charles ..............................................................1952 Harmon, William......................................1971, 1972, 1973 Harris, Richard ..................................................1951, 1952 Heggan, Jon ......................................................1959, 1961 Helfand, Kenneth ....................................1970, 1971, 1972 Henry, Todd ................................................................1988 Hinkson, Jay................................................................1963 Hirst, Harvey ....................................................1950, 1952 Hoffman, Mike ..................................................2001, 2002

Horn, Charles ..........................................1972, 1974, 1975 Hublein, Bradley............................1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 Hucker, Ryan ..........................................1997, 1998, 1999 Humphreys, Richard ..........................................1959, 1961 Hynson, James ..................................................1979, 1980 - III Istnick, Jack ......................................................1964, 1965 - JJJ Jamison, Francis ................................................1938, 1939 Jamison, Robert ......................................1935, 1936, 1937 Jaworski, B.J. ..............................................................2004 Johnson, Bruce ............................................................1969 Jones, James ..............................................................1976 Jones, Shaun ..............................................................1998 - KKK Kahlbaugh, Richard ......................1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 Kania, James ..........................................1980, 1981, 1982 Keller, Richard ..................................................1969, 1970 Kelley, Scott ..................................1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Kelly, John ..................................................................1955 Kenworthy, Charles ......................................................1938 Keogh, Mike ................................................................1972 King, Matthew..............................................................1993 Kleman, James ..................................................1977, 1978 Kline, Henry ..................................1975, 1976, 1977, 1978 Knox, Joseph ....................................................1978, 1979 Korb, Jake ........................................................2002, 2003 Kulawiec, Robert................................................1982, 1983 Kupper, Tyler ....................................................2006, 2007 - LLL Ladden, Mike ................................1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Lamm, Eric ........................................................1977, 1979 Levine, Marc ................................................................1987 Lewis, Lloyd ............................................1930, 1931, 1932 Lippincott, Robert ....................................1937, 1938, 1939 Lovenguth, Peter ..........................1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 Lutz, Kevin ..............................................1981, 1982, 1983 - MMM Maguire, Terry ..............................1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Manns, Thomas..................................................1930, 1931 Mansberger, Walter ......................................................1935 Marmon, James ..........................................................1961 Marron, Matt ..............................................................2002 Martin, Thomas............................................................1953 Martinson, Justin ....................................2009, 2010, 2011 Matthias, Greg ..............................2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Mattone, Robert ............................1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 Mayfield, Richard ....................................1961, 1962, 1963 Mayhew, Kyle ..........................................1991, 1992, 1993 McAllister, Martin ........................................................1949

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McCrystal, David ................................................1991, 1992 McLister, Joe..................................2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 McLister, Kevin ..............................2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 McNair, John ................................1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Merritt, Kenneth ..........................................................1993 Messick, Kirk................................................................1977 Mestre, Oscar ................................1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Metz, Tom....................................................................1956 Miller, Chase ......................................................2003, 2004 Miller, Chris ..................................1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 Milligan, Todd................................1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Milner, William ..................................................1973, 1974 Milowe, Devin ..............................................................2003 Minka, Leon ............................................1980, 1981, 1982 Moore, Gilbert..............................................................1933 Moore, Glenn ..............................................................1982 Moore, William ........................................1934, 1935, 1936 Moorman, James ........................................................1991 Morgan, Robert............................................................1939 Morrissey, Ryan ......................................1999, 2000, 2001 Mueller, Michael ................................................1971, 1972 Mulligan, Martin ..........................................................1970 Murdoch, Britt....................................................2005, 2008 Murray, Nelson ..................................................1963, 1964 - NNN Nelson, James..............................................................1972 Newell, Gerry ..............................................................2001 Nilon, Joseph ..........................................1970, 1971, 1972 - OOO Oakley, J.J. ..................................2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 O’Brien, Graig ........................................1998, 1999, 2000 Otteni, David ..........................................1968, 1970, 1971 - PPP Palmer, John......................................................1965, 1966 Parvis, Edward ............................................................1954 Parvis, Tom..................................................................1955 Peffer, Pete........................................................1956, 1957 Petrucci, Harvey ..........................................................1954 Phillips, Brian ....................................................1984, 1985 Phillips, Craig ....................................................1979, 1980 Phinney, Jason ..............................1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Pie, Charles ..................................1932, 1933, 1934, 1935 Pie, Paul..................................................1930, 1931, 1932 Pie, William ............................................1949, 1950, 1951 Pinto, Charles ..........................................1967, 1968, 1969 Plummer, William ........................................................1942 Porter, Austin ..............................................................1935 Powell, David ..............................................................1975 Powell, Miles ................................1947, 1948, 1949, 1950 Powell, James..........................................1967, 1968, 1969 Prendergast, Shaun............................................1976, 1977 Prendergast, Timothy ........................................1974, 1975

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Price, Robert................................................................1946 Prorock, James ..................................................1970, 1972 - QQQ Quirk, John ............................................1985, 1986, 1988 - RRR Rago, Michael ..............................................................1973 Read, Harold ..........................................1956, 1957, 1958 Rexon, Dan..................................................................2007 Riddagh, Gary ..............................1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Riley, James ............................................1987, 1988, 1989 Riley, John ..............................................1966, 1967, 1968 Riley, Matthew ............................................................1994 Riley, Tim ....................................................................1997 Ritchie, Roy ......................................................1992, 1993 Ritter, Paul ....................................1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 Robino, Charles..................................................1982, 1983 Roe, Baynard ....................................................1940, 1941 Romani, William ................................................1987, 1988 Roney, Dwaine ............................................................1971 Rosal, Niño ............................................................2012 - SSS Salvo, Paul ..................................................................1965 Scanlon, Kevin ........................................1969, 1970, 1971 Schmid, Milne................................1941, 1947, 1948, 1949 Schiliro, Richard ................................................1980, 1981 Schwarz, James ................................................1983, 1984 Scialo, Stephen ..............................2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Seele, Ivan ........................................................1989, 1990 Sheldon, Cory ..............................................................2001 Shelton, Jim ......................................................1956, 1957 Siegle, John ..................................1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 Smialek, Timothy ........................................................1975 Smith, Andrew ........................................1973, 1974, 1975 Smith, Colin ......................................................2008, 2009 Spiker, Dan....................................2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Stearns, Del ................................................................1941 Stegemeir, Edward ............................................1965, 1966 Stepanian, Eric ............................................................2000 Stetson, Lee ......................................................1962, 1963 Stewart, Robert........................................1946, 1947, 1948 Stewart, Robert ............................................................1964 Stinson, John ..........................................1968, 1969, 1970 Stilwell, John ..............................................................1946 Strasburg, Mike ..........................................................2005 Straub, David ....................................................1980, 1981 Strikol, Albert ..............................................................1948 Surratt, Grover ............................................................1936 Sutton, Dick ............................................1955, 1956, 1957 Sutton Robert ..............................................................1960 Swinger, Mark ..............................1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Szymnaski, Jim............................................................1956

- TTT Talpey, Charles ............................................................1955 Tanner, Robert ............................................................1934 Thiemann, Daniel ........................................................1984 Timme, Alex ................................................................1941 Tipka, James ..........................................1931, 1932, 1933 Turnbull, Michael ....................................1960, 1961, 1962 Tuttle, John..............................................1972, 1973, 1974 - UUU Unsworth, Matthew........................1981, 1983, 1984, 1985 - VVV Vallar, William....................................................1952, 1953 Vest, James........................................................1949, 1950 Viola, Ralph ......................................................1994, 1995 - WWW Wagner, Corey............................................2011, 2012 Wagner, Thomas ..........................................................1947 Walker, Bill..............................................1956, 1957, 1958 Walker, John......................................................1957, 1958 Waples, Robert ........................................1952, 1953, 1954 Ward, Wilson ....................................................1931, 1933 Watson, Gary ..........................................1962, 1963, 1964 Watson, John ....................................................1958, 1959 Watson, Ronald........................................1951, 1952, 1953 Weber, Mike ................................................................2001 Whitney, Kenneth ....................................1977, 1978, 1979 Williamowsky, Josh ............................................2006, 2007 Williams, Harry............................................................1930 Wilson, Edward ........................................1946, 1947, 1949 Wilson, Hayes ..............................................................1936 Wilson, Stephen ............................1933, 1934, 1936, 1937 Wolf, Carl ..........................................................1952, 1953 - ZZZ Zalis, Christopher ........................................................1987

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ince its inception in 1743, the University of Delaware has steadily produced some of the most productive and accomplished members of our society. From statesmen to scientists to sports figures, the Blue Hen family boasts a lengthy list of prominent alumni. Delaware is one of only five colleges in the nation to have produced a signer of the Declaration of Independence, a Secretary of State, and a Vice President. Harvard, Princeton, William & Mary, and Yale are the only other institutions to have a similarly prestigious alumni base. The Blue Hen family also consists of several worldrenowned inventors and a pioneer in the computer industry. Astronauts and acclaimed aeronautical experts also have been known to call Newark home during their collegiate careers. In the entertainment industry, Delaware has been a steady producer of both top-flight athletes and award-winning entertainers. From Hall of Fame professional athletes to Emmy-nominated actors, Delaware has continued to supply the world with entertainment.

Scott Green ................................................Referee, Super Bowl XLIV

Below is a list of some prominent Blue Hen alumni:

Daniel Nathans....................................................Nobel Prize Winner

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Steve Harris ......................................................Actor, “The Practice” Page Kennedy ....................................Actor, “Desperate Housewives” Mike Koplove..................................2008 Olympic Medalist, Baseball Scott Levy ............................................................Raven of the WWE Thomas McKean ....................Signer of Declaration of Independence Louis McLane ........................................................Secretary of State Tom Mees..........................................................Original ESPN Anchor Kevin Mench ..................................................Former Major Leaguer Robin Miller ..........................Host, Food Network’s “Quick Fix Meals” Steve Mosko..............................................President, Sony Television

Adam Osborne ......................................................Computer Pioneer Mike Adams................................................Safety, Cleveland Browns Kurt Akeley ........................................Principal Researcher, Microsoft Susan Barnett..................................Emmy-winning Co-Anchor, CBS 3 Joe Biden......................................................................Vice President Scott Brunner ..............................................Former NFL Quarterback Thomas Carper ..............................................................U.S. Senator Bob Carpenter Jr. ......................Former Owner, Philadelphia Phillies Chris Christie ..................................................Governor, New Jersey Kenneth Daly....President, National Association of Corporate Directors Richard Dean ..................................................Fashion Photographer Dave DeWalt..........................................................CEO, McAfee, Inc. John Elias ..................................Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Technology Joe Flacco ..........................................Quarterback, Baltimore Ravens Yvette Freeman ............................................................Actress, “ER” Rich Gannon ......................................2002 NFL Most Valuable Player Bryan Gordon..........Emmy-nominated director, Curb Your Enthusiasm Robert Gore..........................................................Inventor, Gore-Tex

Ben Patrick ............................................Tight End, Arizona Cardinals Jeff Pearlman ....................................................................Journalist Larry Probst ..................Chairman, United States Olympic Committee Dave Raymond ............................................Original Phillie Phanatic George Read ..........................Signer of Declaration of Independence Omer Sabanci................................................Billionaire Businessman James Smith............................Signer of Declaration of Independence LizAnn Sonders ..............Chief Investment Strategist, Charles Schwab Susan Stroman....................................................Tony Award Winner Mark Swinger ........................................................Pilot, Blue Angels George Thorogood ................................Musician, “Bad to the Bone” Dilshad Vadsaria ....................................................Actress, “Greek” Lodewijk van den Berg ..................................Astronaut, Challenger John Wallace......Former Associate Justice, New Jersey Supreme Court Wayne Westerman ..................Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Technology Marna Whittington ..........................................Director, Macy’s, Inc. Vic Willis ..............................National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee

Dallas Green ..............................Manager, 1980 Philadelphia Phillies

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