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2016 Men`s Lacrosse - Ohio Wesleyan University
2016 Men’s Lacrosse
Founded in 1842, Ohio Wesleyan
is a national university with a major
international presence. Accredited
by the North Central Association
of Colleges and Schools, OWU is a
member of the Great Lakes Colleges
Association, a consortium of 13 leading
independent institutions in Indiana,
Michigan, and Ohio.
Ohio Wesleyan has been named
to the President’s Higher Education
Community Service Honor Roll — the
highest federal recognition a school
can achieve for service learning and
civic engagement — for 6 consecutive
years.
Ohio Wesleyan confers the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts,
and Bachelor of Music degrees. The
University also offers combined-degree
(3-2) programs in engineering, interdisciplinary and applied science, medical
technology, optometry, and physical
therapy. Degree programs are offered
through 24 academic departments and
several interdisciplinary programs.
Distinctive features of the academic
program include the Arneson Institute
for Practical Politics and Public Affairs;
the Woltemade Center for Economics,
Business and Entrepreneurship; the
Sagan National Colloquium, a 4-year
Honors Program; and extensive opportunities for independent research,
internships, and off-campus study.
Ohio Wesleyan’s Travel-Learning
options include international travellearning courses led by faculty to
Ohio Wesleyan in Brief
LOCATION >> Delaware, Ohio 43015
FOUNDED >> 1842
ENROLLMENT >> 1675
NICKNAME >> Battling Bishops
COLORS >> Red and Black
PRESIDENT >> Dr. Rock Jones
HOME FIELD >> Selby Stadium (FieldTurf)
CAPACITY >> 9100
AFFILIATION >> NCAA Division III
CONFERENCE >> North Coast Athletic
WEBSITE >> www.owu.edu
extend classroom experiences in particular courses. Competitive Theoryto-Practice Grants, funded by the University, allow students to participate in
independent research, internships, and
cultural immersion throughout the
world. The University’s unique Course
Connections provide opportunities
for students to study topics of interest over a protracted period of time as
they selected a variety of interdisciplinary courses from several academic
divisions.
DIRECTORY
Ohio Wesleyan employs 146 fulltime faculty. Nearly 100 percent of
the tenure-track faculty hold a Ph.D.
or equivalent or are completing work
toward the degree. The student-faculty
ratio is 11:1.
Ohio Wesleyan currently enrolls
about 1750 students, almost equally
men and women, from nearly every
state and more than 40 countries. The
multicultural enrollment total of approximately 16 percent includes U.S.
multicultural students and international students.
Diversity, creativity, leadership,
and service are emphasized throughout the co-curriculum. Students are
active in nearly 100 clubs and organizations, as well as departmental
student boards, academic honoraries,
music and theatre productions, fraternities and sororities, and an extensive
intramural sports program. More than
85 percent of the students are involved
in community service projects. Ohio
Wesleyan fields 23 varsity athletic
teams that compete in the North Coast
Athletic Conference.
Ohio Wesleyan comprises a 200acre campus and 2 wilderness preserves. Eleven of the University’s 61
buildings are entered in the National
Register of Historic Places. Nearly all
students live on campus in a variety of
residential facilities.
Battling Bishops
ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT >> (740) 368-3725
Head Coach >> Mike Plantholt
Office Phone >> (740) 368-3730
E-mail >> [email protected]
Athletics Director >> Roger Ingles
Office Phone >> (740) 368-3738
Athletic Trainer >> Todd Miller
Office Manager >> Tracey Coleman
OFFICE OF UNIVERSITY COMMUNICATIONS
Sports Information Director >> Mark Beckenbach
Office Phone >> (740) 368-3340
Home Phone >> (614) 798-9989
E-mail >> [email protected]
Home Page >> http://www.battlingbishops.com
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
PRINCIPAL MEDIA OUTLETS
PRESS
Ben Stroup and Gary Henery, The Delaware Gazette
40 N. Sandusky St., Suite 202
Delaware, OH 43015
(740) 363-1161 x319/372
Mark Znidar, The Columbus Dispatch
34 S. 3rd St.
Columbus, OH 43216
(614) 461-5234
Lee Cochran, This Week Publications
7801 N. Central Drive
Lewis Center, OH 43035
(740) 888-6054
TELEVISION
Jerod Smalley, WCMH-TV (Ch.4/NBC)
3165 Olentangy River Rd.
Columbus, OH 43202
(614) 263-5555
Principal Media Outlets // 1
Memo to the Media // 1
Why Battling Bishops? // 1
2016 Outlook // 2
Head Coach Mike Plantholt // 3
Coaching Staff // 4
Player Profiles // 5-15
2016 Alphabetical Roster // 16
2016 Numerical Roster // 17
Pronunciation Guide // 17
2016 Opponents in Brief // 18
2015 Results and Statistics // 18
2015 NCAC Standings and Statistics // 19
Previous NCAC Leaders // 20-21
NCAC Records // 22
About the NCAC // 23
2015 in Review // 24-25
Bishop Lacrosse Year-by-Year // 26
Clay Hall, WSYX-TV (Ch.6/ABC)
1261 Dublin Rd.
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 481-6650
NCAA Tournament Appearances // 27-28
All-Time Series Records // 29
All-Time Results // 30-38
Bishop Records // 39-42
Paul Spohn, WBNS-TV (Ch.10/CBS)
770 Twin Rivers Dr.
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 460-3962
Bishop Stat Leaders // 42
All-Star Bishops // 43-49
All-Time Bishop Lettermen // 50-52
Home of the Bishops // inside back cover
MEMO TO THE MEDIA
Athletic Facilities // inside back cover
The 2016 Ohio Wesleyan University men’s lacrosse
media guide has been prepared by Ohio Wesleyan’s Office
of University Communications to assist you with your coverage this year. The guide was published Feb. 16, 2016, with
information available at that date. Additional and updated
information, statistics and photos are available at all times
to accredited news sources from the Sports Information
Office.
Credentials may be obtained by writing or calling the
Sports Information Office. Please apply as far in advance
as possible, and at least a week prior to the game.
There is a phone line available for radio broadcasts
from Selby Stadium. Please make arrangements through
the Sports Information Office at least a week before the
game.
CREDITS
Photographs by Sara Blake, Rachael Carter, Mike Serbanoiu, Kelli Venable, and Bruce Heflin and courtesy, Ohio
Wesleyan Sports Photography Archives. The 2015 Ohio
Wesleyan men’s lacrosse media guide finished second in
the nation in the College Division in judging by members of
the College Sports Information Directors of America. The
Bishop guide has finished among the top 2 in the nation 14
times and has won “Best Cover” honors once.
On the cover: Marcus Dietz
CONTENTS
2016 Schedule // outside back cover
WHY BATTLING BISHOPS?
The nickname “The Battling Bishops” dates to 1925;
before then Ohio Wesleyan University’s teams were simply
known as “The Red and Black,” or sometimes as “The Methodists.” Ohio Wesleyan is affiliated with the United Methodist Church, and long has produced many of its bishops.
By April, 1925, according to that issue of the Alumni
Magazine, the present name had finally been derived. “Ohio
sports writers have been at a loss,” the magazine reported.
“There are countless colleges throughout the country claiming red and black as their colors, and 14 Methodist colleges in
Ohio alone.” Pi Delta Epsilon journalism fraternity therefore
sponsored a contest, and the winning nickname, “The Battling Bishops,” was “placed before the sports writers of the
state as the teams’ official title.” Senior Harold Thomas of
Lima submitted the winning entry.
The new nickname must have provided inspiration.
The 1925 football team, under George Gauthier, “The Little
Giant,” went 7-1-1. Its only loss came to Ohio State by a 10-3
score, and it tied Syracuse, 3-3, en route to winning Ohio
Conference and Big Six championships.
(photo by Sara Blake)
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Senior Marcus Dietz returns on
the attack line. Dietz was a sensation in his Bishop debut last year,
winning second-team All-America
honors and receiving NCAC Player
and Newcomer of the Year recognition after compiling 36 goals and 31
assists.
Junior Matt Maier, who scored
12 goals last season; freshman Max
Tennant, an all-region pick in high
school: and freshman Conor Caffrey,
an all-region selection in high school,
look to fill out the Bishop attack line.
Senior P.J. Beach also returns,
and freshman Jack Jeschke looks to
contribute as well.
In the midfield, sophomore
Luke Leyden, an honorable mention All-NCAC pick who had 20 goals
last season; junior Derek Todd, who
scored 11 goals in 2015; and senior
Sean Roskamp, who compiled 7 goals
and 6 assists; are the top returnees.
John Griffin
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2016 BISHOP OUTLOOK
Ohio Wesleyan and sixth-year
head coach Mike Plantholt look to
defend their North Coast Athletic
Conference champioship and make
another run into the NCAA Division
III playoffs in 2016.
Last year, the Battling Bishops
set a school record by winning their
first 18 games, swept their NCAC
schedule, won the NCAC tournament, and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III tournament.
“We return some crucial pieces
even though we lost 8 starters,” Plantholt said. “We are confident that we
have some upperclassmen at key positions who can step up and fill roles.
We’re going to be a team that comes
together as the season progresses.
We’ve been very happy with what
we’ve done so far, and the guys know
we can come a lot farther.”
Junior Dallas Reed, sophomore
Derek Bacchiochi, and freshman
Jack Harvey, an all-state pick in high
school, will be heard from, along with
freshman Steven Hildebrand.
Senior Cooper Del Zotto, a
second-team all-conference pick last
season, heads up the defensive midfield. Senior George Rice and sophomore Peter Hamblett are back, and
freshman Josh Grossman also is in the
mix.
Senior Zach Friedman takes
over as the Bishops’ face-off specialist. Friedman won 69.1 percent of his
face-offs last season.
Senior John Griffin, a 3-time AllNCAC choice, is back at the long-stick
defensive midfield spot. Sophomore
Trent Schulte, who tied a school
record with 7 goals by a long-stick
player; and classmates Bradford Marcotte and Robert Gossett also return.
Senior Ben Danieli, a first-team
All-NCAC selection in 2015, will anchor the close defense.
Junior Jordan Carlson also is a
returning starter, and junior Justin
Smith, sophomore Aaron Carroll, and
freshman Jake Worrell also look to
crack the Bishop rotation.
In goal, junior Ben Rigger takes
over the starting spot. Sophomores
Xander Pacilio and Douglas Collins are
ready in reserve, along with freshman
Jameson Hill.
Ohio Wesleyan will face a demanding schedule. After opening
with a 2015 NCAA Division III playoff
team in Augustana, the Bishops visit
Otterbein, another 2015 NCAA Division III playoff team.
A trip to Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.,
for a date with Plattsburgh State,
which made the finals of its conference tournament last season, follows
before a home contest against Centre.
The Bishops’ spring trip includes
contests against 2015 national quarterfinalist Salisbury; Messiah, which
made the finals of its conference
tournament last season; and Cabrini,
another 2015 NCAA Division III playoff
team.
The NCAC title chase begins
at Oberlin on March 19. Contests
against 2014 tournament semifinalists
Kenyon and Wittenberg highlight the
early going, heading into the annual
skirmish with traditional arch-rival
Denison on April 16. The regular-season finale will be against Wooster on
April 23, with the NCAC tournament
the following week.
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
PLANTHOLT’S CAREER COACHING RECORD
YEAR
SCHOOL
RECORDPCT
2007
Randolph-Macon 6-9.400
2008
Randolph-Macon
7-7
.500
2009
Randolph-Macon 7-7.500
2010
Randolph-Macon 7-8.467
Randolph-Macon Totals (4 years)
27-31
.466
2011
Ohio Wesleyan
10-4
.714
2012
Ohio Wesleyan
11-5
.688
2013
Ohio Wesleyan
13-6
.684
2014
Ohio Wesleyan
12-4
.750
2015
Ohio Wesleyan
18-1
.947
Ohio Wesleyan Totals (5 years)
64-20
.762
Career Totals (9 years)
91-51
.641
THE BISHOP TRADITION
Battling
Bishops
NCAA TOURNAMENT BERTHS (33):
1975-81, 1983, 1985-91, 1993, 1995-2000, 2003, 2005-13, 2015
MLA CHAMPIONSHIPS (12): 1976-77, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1987-93
NCAC CHAMPIONSHIPS (19):
1987-93, 1995-96, 98, 2000-01, 2003-05, 2007, 2010-11, 2015
FINAL USILA DIVISION III NATIONAL RANKINGS:
1976: 3rd
1984: 12th
1992: 8th
1977: 8th
1985: 6th
1993: 4th
1978: 11th
1986: 5th
1994: 10th
1979: 10th
1987: 1st
1995: 4th
1980: 6th
1988: 1st
1996: 3rd
1981: 6th
1989: 3rd
1997: 5th
1982: 13th
1990: 3rd
1998: 1st
1983: 4th
1991: 2nd
1999: 10th
2000: 10th
2001: 11th
2003: 19th
2004: —
2005: 11th
2006: —
2007: 20th
2008: —
Mike Plantholt begins his sixth
season as head men’s lacrosse coach
at Ohio Wesleyan University.
Last season, Ohio Wesleyan
won its first 18 games, sweeping
the North Coast Athletic Conference championship and the NCAC
tournament, and advancing to the
quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III tournament. The Bishops'
winning percentage of .947 was the
best in school history, while the 18
wins tied the school record for wins
in a season. Ohio Wesleyan ranked
second nationally in scoring defense
(5.79/game) and scoring margin (9.1/
game), and tied for fifth in scoring
2009: —
2010: 20th
2011: —
2012: —
2013: —
2014: —
2015: 3rd
Coach Mike Plantholt
offense (14.89/game). Four players
were named to the USILA All-America teams, and 13 received All-NCAC
recognition. Plantholt was named
NCAC Coach of the Year for the second time.
In 2014, Ohio Wesleyan finished
with a 12-4 overall record, finished
second in the NCAC championship
race, and advanced to the championship game of the NCAC tournament. Ohio Wesleyan ranked eighth
nationally in goals-against average
(6.19/game) and 19th in scoring
margin. Two players were named to
the USILA All-America teams, and
11 received All-NCAC citations.
The 2013 Bishops went 13-6, the
team’s highest win total since the
2000 season. Ohio Wesleyan won
the inaugural NCAC tournament
and advanced to the NCAA Division III playoffs, where the Bishops
hosted their first NCAA tournament
game since 1996. The Ohio Wesleyan defense again ranked among the
nation’s elite, ranking sixth nationally in goals-against average (6.05) and
12th in scoring margin. Two Ohio
Wesleyan players received USILA
All-America honors, while 12 were
named to the All-NCAC teams, with
Plantholt receiving NCAC Coach of
the Year laurels.
In 2012, Ohio Wesleyan finished
with an 11-5 overall record and a
berth in the NCAA Division III playoffs. Nine Ohio Wesleyan players
were named to the All-NCAC teams.
The 2011 Bishops won a share
of the NCAC championship and a
berth in the NCAA Division III playoffs. Ohio Wesleyan finished with a
10-4 overall record under Plantholt’s
tutelage, with the Bishop defense
allowing only 97 goals, the team’s
lowest season total and per-game
average (6.9) since 1988. Ohio Wesleyan’s efforts were recognized with
one USILA All-America selection and
10 All-NCAC choices.
Plantholt came to Ohio Wesleyan from Randolph-Macon College,
where he was head coach for 4 years,
leading the Yellow Jackets to new
heights. In 2008, Randolph-Macon
posted a 7-7 record, the program’s
best in 8 seasons, and made its firstever appearance in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament.
The Yellow Jackets improved upon
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that the following year, making
their first appearance in the USILA
Division III rankings in more than a
decade, and made a second consecutive appearance in the ODAC
tournament. During that season,
Randolph-Macon defeated 15thranked Denison, a victory ranked by
Laxpower.com as the top upset win
of the season in Division III in 2009.
In 2010, Randolph-Macon compiled a 7-8 record and made a third
straight appearance in the ODAC
tournament. In 4 seasons at Randolph-Macon, Plantholt mentored 10
all-conference selections, including
the Yellow Jackets’ first first-team
all-conference honoree since 2004.
Prior to taking the RandolphMacon position, Plantholt served as
an assistant coach at Gettysburg
(Pa.) College for 4 seasons. He served
as the Bullets’ defensive coordinator,
overseeing units that led all NCAA
Division III teams in scoring defense
in 2006 and ranked fourth nationally in 2004 and eighth nationally
in 2005. During Plantholt’s time on
the Gettysburg coaching staff, the
Bullets won 3 Centennial Athletic
Conference championships and
made 3 straight appearances in the
NCAA Division III quarterfinals.
Plantholt began his coaching
career at Muhlenberg (Pa.) College in
2002, serving as recruiting coordinator for the Mules’ first-ever men’s
lacrosse team.
A 2001 graduate of Gettysburg,
Plantholt enjoyed great success on
the field. He was named Division
III Defenseman of the Year in 2001
after leading the Bullets to their
first-ever appearance in the NCAA
Division III national championship
game. He was a 2-time All-America
and 3-time all-conference selection,
and capped his collegiate career by
being selected to play in the NorthSouth All-Star game.
Plantholt majored in psychology
at Gettysburg and earned a Master’s
in Business Administration degree
from Mount St. Mary’s (Md.) University in 2007. He is a native of Cockeysville, Md.
TREY KEELEY
KEITH LONG
TOMMY MINKLER
RYAN SULLIVAN
Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Roanoke ’11
At Ohio Wesleyan: 2nd season
>> Came to Ohio Wesleyan from
Frostburg (Md.) State, where he served
as graduate assistant coach for 2 seasons...during his 2 seasons, Frostburg
earned 2 Capital Athletic Conference
tournament appearances and 2 ECAC
tournament championship game appearances and compiled a record of
27-13.
>> Was a 2-time All-America selection
at Roanoke, also garnering a USILA
Scholar All-America citation and 2
All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference laurels...helped Roanoke reach
the NCAA Division III tournament 3
times, including a trip to the national
semifinals.
>> Continued his education at Frostburg State, earning a master’s in business administration degree.
>> Keeley is a native of Lancaster, Pa.
Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Ohio Wesleyan ’15
At Ohio Wesleyan: 1st season
>> Making his collegiate coaching
debut this season.
>> Was a 3-time All-North Coast
Athletic Conference selection as an
attacker at Ohio Wesleyan...helped
the Bishops win 2 NCAC tournaments
and advance to the NCAA Division III
playoffs 3 times.
>> Minkler is a native of Oakton, Va.
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COACHING STAFF
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Coach
Mike Plantholt
Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Virginia Military ’12
At Ohio Wesleyan: 1st season
>> Came to Ohio Wesleyan from DePauw University, where he served as
the Tigers’ offensive coordinator for
one season.
>> Served as an assistant coach at
VMI for one season, assisting with
coordinating the offense, recruiting,
and developing practice plans and
game strategies.
>> Was a 4-year letterman at VMI,
earning first-team All-Mid-Atlantic
Athletic Conference honors and
serving as team captain...was named
the Keydets’ Offensive Most Valuable
Player his senior year after leading the
team in goals, assists, and points.
>> Was selected second overall by the
Rochester Rattlers in the 2012 Major
League Lacrosse supplemental draft...
spent 2 seasons with the Rattlers.
>> Long is a native of Falls Church, Va.
Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Mercyhurst ’14
At Ohio Wesleyan: 1st season
>> Came to Ohio Wesleyan after a
one-year stint as defensive coordinator at Mercyhurst...under his guidance, the Lakers ranked second in
NCAA Division II in scoring defense.
>> Was a 2-time all-conference selection at Mercyhurst...played on one
national championship team and was
part of teams that reached the national championship game twice and
the national semifinals 3 times...was
a member of 2 conference championship teams.
>> Sullivan is a native of Pittsford, N.Y.
JORDAN
CARLSON
#10
Senior
#25
Junior
attacker
6-3, 210
defenseman
6-0, 195
Huntington, N.Y.
Huntington High School
Delaware, Ohio
Hayes High School
Management economics major
1 letter
Pre-medicine/pre-dentistry major
2 letters
2015: Received first letter as attacker...
saw action in 8 games.
>> Collected goal and 3 assists vs. Hiram
March 28.
>> Scored twice and added assist vs. Wabash April 8.
2014: Played in 5 games as attacker.
>> Credited with assist in season opener
at Mount St. Joseph Feb. 19.
>> Scored goal at DePauw April 9.
>> Tallied twice in North Coast Athletic
Conference win vs. Wittenberg April 19.
2013: Saw action in 6 games as attacker.
>> Credited with assist for first collegiate
point vs. Birmingham-Southern March 20.
>> Scored first collegiate goal at Hiram
March 30.
High School: Played lacrosse and football
and was member of track & field team.
2015: Won starting spot in Bishop close
defense...started 18 of team’s 19 games.
>> Shared team lead in caused turnovers
(23).
>> Caused 3 turnovers at Roanoke March
24.
>> Equaled season high with 3 caused
turnovers in NCAC tournament semifinal
win vs. Kenyon April 22.
>> Had season-high 4 ground balls in
NCAC tournament championship game
vs. 18th-ranked Denison April 25.
>> Forced turnover in final seconds to seal
NCAA Division III second-round win vs.
Albion May 9.
Year
2013
2014
2015
Career
G-GS
6- 0
5- 0
8- 0
19- 0
Goals
1
3
4
8
Assists
1
2
5
8
Points
2
5
9
16
>> Matched season best with 4 ground
balls in NCAA Division III quarterfinal at
second-ranked Gettysburg May 13.
2014: Won first letter as defenseman...
played in 15 games, starting 1.
>> Credited with assist in season opener
at Mount St. Joseph Feb. 19.
>> Had assist vs. Otterbein Feb. 22.
>> Celebrated first collegiate start with
season-high 5 ground balls and 2 caused
turnovers vs. St. Vincent Feb. 26.
>> Picked up 4 ground balls vs. Hiram
March 29.
>> Collected 3 ground balls in NCAC tournament semifinal win vs. Kenyon April 23.
High School: Won 4 letters in lacrosse and
soccer.
>> Twice received all-state club honors.
>> Was 2-time all-conference pick in both
sports.
>> Helped lacrosse team win back-toback state championships.
>> Served as team captain in both sports.
Year
2014
2015
Career
G-GS
15- 1
19-18
34-19
Goals
0
0
0
Assists
3
0
3
Points
3
0
3
RETURNING LETTERMEN
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P.J.
BEACH
GB
19
34
53
GB
1
2
4
7
Jordan Carlso
n
5
#11
Senior
defenseman
5-10, 180
Setauket, N.Y.
Ward Melville High School
Politics and government, pre-law
majors
2 letters
2015: Won first-team All-North Coast
Athletic Conference honors in second
season as starting defenseman...started
all 19 games.
>> Tied for third on team in caused
turnovers (16)...ranked fifth on team in
ground balls.
>> Caused 4 turnovers at Wittenberg
March 31.
>> Collected season-high 6 ground balls
in NCAC tournament championship game
vs. 18th-ranked Denison April 25.
>> Grabbed 5 ground balls in NCAA Divi-
sion III second-round win vs. Albion May
9.
2014: Lettered as defenseman...played in
16 games, starting 15.
>> Ranked second on team in caused
turnovers (11).
>> Scooped up 4 ground balls and caused
2 turnovers vs. Aurora March 1.
>> Had 4 ground balls and caused 2
turnovers vs. seventh-ranked Washington
March 15.
>> Collected 2 ground balls and caused 2
turnovers vs. Wittenberg April 19.
2013: Played in 6 games as reserve defenseman.
High School: Lettered in lacrosse, football,
and basketball.
>> Helped lacrosse team to runner-up
and semifinalist finishes in county
championship.
Year
2013
2014
2015
Career
G-GS
6- 0
16-15
19-19
41-34
Goals
0
0
0
0
Assists
0
0
0
0
Points
0
0
0
0
GB
0
34
37
71
COOPER
DEL ZOTTO
#19
Senior
midfielder
5-9, 185
Orangeville, Ontario
Taft School
Management economics major
1 letter
2015: Won second-team All-North Coast
Athletic Conference citation as defensive
midfielder.
>> Scored pair of first-quarter goals to
help Bishops to 8-0 lead vs. Hiram March
28.
>> Had season-high 5 ground balls at Wittenberg March 31.
>> Recorded goal that helped Bishops
build 9-0 halftime lead in NCAA Division
III first-round win vs. Carthage May 6...
finished with 2 goals.
2014: Played in 2 games at University of
Hartford.
2013: Saw action in 3 games at University
of Hartford.
High School: Lettered thrice in lacrosse
and twice in hockey and football.
>> Named to Western New England allstar team in lacrosse.
>> Served as lacrosse team captain.
Year
2013
2014
Hartford
2015
Career
Ben Danieli
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RETURNING LETTERMEN
BEN
DANIELI
G-GS
2- 0
3- 0
5- 0
18- 0
23- 0
Goals
0
0
0
5
5
Assists
0
0
0
1
1
Points
0
0
0
6
6
GB
0
1
1
27
28
#3
Senior
midfielder
5-9, 185
Westerville, Ohio
St. Francis DeSales High School
Sports and exercise management
major
1 letter
2015: Earned second-team All-America
and first-team All-North Coast Athletic
Conference honors in first season at Ohio
Wesleyan...named NCAC Offensive Player
of the Year and Newcomer of the Year.
>> Ranked fourth in NCAC in points per
game (3.53), fifth in assists per game
(1.63), and 10th in goals per game (1.89).
>> Led team in assists and points and
ranked second in goals...also ranked third
on team in ground balls.
>> Recorded hat trick in Bishop debut vs.
Augustana Feb. 14.
>> Scored to break 3-3 tie and kick off 5-1
run that put Bishops ahead to stay vs. Otterbein Feb. 25...finished with 3 goals.
>> Scored goal to tie game at 7-7 and
set up goal that gave Bishops 8-7 lead in
fourth quarter at 12th-ranked Salisbury
March 8...finished with 2 goals and an
assist.
>> Collected 2 goals and 2 assists at
Washington March 11.
>> Had 2 goals and 2 assists as Bishops
built 11-0 halftime lead in NCAC opener
vs. Oberlin March 14...finished with 3
goals and 3 assists.
>> Tallied 3 goals and added 4 assists at
Roanoke March 24.
>> Rang up pair of first-quarter goals to
help Bishops to 8-0 lead vs. Hiram March
28.
>> Had 2 goals and 2 assists during 8-0
second-quarter run at Wittenberg March
31...finished with 2 goals and 4 assists.
>> Scored 3 goals as Bishops closed first
half with 8-1 run at DePauw April 15...led
Bishops with 3 goals and 5 assists.
>> Tallied twice during first half as Bishops built 6-0 halftime lead at Wooster
April 18...led Bishops with 3 goals and
2 assists...the win clinched the NCAC
championship for Ohio Wesleyan.
>> Contributed 2 goals and an assist in
NCAC tournament semifinal win vs. Kenyon April 22.
>> Scored goal that helped Bishops build
9-0 halftime lead in NCAA Division III
first-round win vs. Carthage May 6...finished with 2 goals and an assist.
>> Had 2 goals and an assist in NCAA
Division III second-round win vs. Albion
May 9.
>> Scored to wipe out 1-0 deficit in NCAA
Division III quarterfinal at second-ranked
Gettysburg May 13...led Bishops with 2
goals and an assist.
2014: Won first-team NJCAA All-America
honors as midfielder at Community College of Baltimore County-Essex.
>> Dished out season-high 6 assists vs.
Northern Virginia Community College
March 11...also scored 2 goals in game.
>> Collected 4 goals and 3 assists vs.
Southern Maryland March 19.
>> Finished with 3 goals and 5 assists vs.
Harford Community College March 29.
>> Scored season-high 6 goals and added
3 assists for season-high 9 points at Suffolk Community College April 12.
>> Matched season best with 9 points on
4 goals and 5 assists vs. Brookdale Community College May 3.
2013: Played in 17 games as midfielder at
Community College of Baltimore CountyEssex.
>> Distributed season-high 4 assists vs.
Army Prep March 30.
>> Scored 2 goals and added assist at
Monroe Community College April 3.
>> Had 2 goals at Nassau Community
College April 13.
High School: Earned 3 letters in lacrosse.
>> Won second-team all-state honors.
>> Helped team win state championship.
Year
2013
2014
Essex
2015
Career
G-GS
17- 1
16- 2
33- 3
19-19
52-22
Goals
12
49
61
36
97
Assists
14
44
58
31
89
Points
26
93
119
67
186
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MARCUS
DIETZ
GB
18
6
24
41
65
Marcus Dietz
7
ROBERT
GOSSETT
JOHN
GRIFFIN
#20
Senior
#8
Sophomore
#4
Senior
midfielder
5-8, 175
defenseman
5-11, 170
defenseman
5-11, 185
Libertyville, Ill.
Libertyville High School
Mountain Lakes, N.J.
Mountain Lakes High School
Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Northfield Mt. Hermon (Mass.) School
Management economics major
2 letters
Computer science, economics
majors
1 letter
Accounting major
3 letters
2015: Received second letter as midfielder
and face-off specialist...saw action in 9
games...won 69 percent of his face-offs.
>> Won 13 of 18 face-offs vs. Hiram March
28...also scooped up 10 ground balls.
>> Won 16 of 18 face-offs vs. Wabash
April 8...also collected season-high 11
ground balls.
2014: Lettered as midfielder...played in 9
games.
>> Credited with assist in season opener
at Mount St. Joseph Feb. 19.
>> Collected 2 ground balls in NCAC tournament semifinal win vs. Kenyon April 23.
2013: Saw action in 7 games as midfielder.
>> Credited with assist for first collegiate
point vs. Mount St. Joseph Feb. 27.
>> Scored 2 goals at Hiram March 30.
High School: Won 4 letters in lacrosse
and 3 in cross country.
>> Was second-team all-state choice in
lacrosse and football.
>> Named lacrosse team’s Most Valuable
Player.
>> Served as lacrosse team captain.
Year
2013
2014
2015
Career
G-GS
7- 0
9- 0
9- 0
25- 0
Goals
3
0
0
3
Assists
1
1
0
2
Points
4
1
0
5
GB
5
4
28
37
2015: Received first letter as defenseman...played in 13 games.
>> Collected season-high 3 ground balls
vs. Augustana Feb. 14.
>> Won 4 of 5 face-offs vs. Hiram March
28.
High School: Won 3 letters in lacrosse,
soccer, and wrestling.
Year
2015
G-GS
13- 0
Goals
0
Assists
0
Points
0
GB
7
2015: Won first-team All-North Coast
Athletic Conference honors as long-stick
midfielder...played in 18 games.
>> Ranked fourth on team in ground
balls.
>> Scooped up season-high 5 ground balls
vs. Augustana Feb. 14.
>> Credited with first collegiate assist at
Wooster April 18.
2014: Repeated as second-team All-NCAC
selection as defenseman...started all 16
games.
>> Led team in caused turnovers (24).
>> Caused 3 turnovers and collected 2
ground balls vs. Aurora March 1.
>> Scooped up 3 ground balls and caused
3 turnovers vs. seventh-ranked Washington March 15.
>> Caused 3 turnovers and had 3 ground
balls in NCAC opener at Oberlin March
22.
>> Grabbed season-high 5 ground balls
and caused 3 turnovers at Kenyon April 5.
>> Matched season best with 5 ground
balls vs. Wooster April 11.
>> Caused 2 turnovers and had 3 ground
balls in NCAC tournament semifinal win
vs. Kenyon April 23.
2013: Took over starting spot on close
defense and went on to win second-team
All-NCAC honors.
>> Caused 3 turnovers vs. Mount St.
Joseph Feb. 27.
>> Grabbed 3 ground balls and caused 3
turnovers vs. Kenyon April 5.
>> Had season-high 6 ground balls at
Wooster April 13.
>> Collected 5 ground balls in NCAC
tournament semifinal win vs. Wooster
April 23.
High School: Earned 2 letters in lacrosse.
>> Was 2-time all-conference selection.
>> Received team’s “Ground Ball Hog”
Award.
Year
2013
2014
2015
Career
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ZACH
FRIEDMAN
G-GS
18-14
16-16
18- 0
52-30
Goals
1
0
0
1
Assists
0
0
1
1
Points
1
0
1
2
GB
39
41
40
120
#37
Sophomore
midfielder
5-10, 175
Northfield, Mass.
Northfield Mt. Hermon School
Finance economics major
1 letter
2015: Was honorable mention All-North
Coast Athletic Conference selection as
midfielder...played in all 19 games, starting 15.
>> Tied for third in NCAC in game-winning goals (4).
>> Ranked sixth on team in scoring...was
third among Bishop midfielders.
>> Scored twice as Bishops erased 3-goal
deficit in fourth quarter at 12th-ranked
Salisbury March 8.
Luke Leyden
>> Tallied goals that began and ended
5-0 Bishop run at Roanoke March 24...led
Bishops with 5 goals.
>> Had goal and assist vs. 18th-ranked
Denison April 12.
>> Intercepted clearing pass and scored
game-winning goal in overtime of NCAC
tournament championship game vs. 18thranked Denison April 25.
>> Scored goal that helped Bishops build
9-0 halftime lead in NCAA Division III
first-round win vs. Carthage May 6.
>> Contributed goal and assist in NCAA
Division III second-round win vs. Albion
May 9.
High School: Lettered 4 times in lacrosse,
twice in hockey, and once in football.
Year
2015
G-GS
19-15
Goals
20
Assists
7
Points
27
GB
24
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LUKE
LEYDEN
JACOB
LIND
#17
Junior
defenseman
6-1, 185
Cincinnati, Ohio
McNicholas High School
Management economics major
1 letter
2015: Won first letter as defenseman...
played in 11 games, starting 1.
>> Had 2 ground balls in season opener
vs. Augustana Feb. 14.
2014: Saw action in 7 games as defenseman.
>> Scooped up ground ball vs. Hiram
March 29.
High School: Lettered in lacrosse and
football.
>> Helped lacrosse team win club championship.
>> Named football team’s Offensive
Player of the Year.
Year
2014
2015
Career
G-GS
7- 0
11- 1
18- 1
Goals
0
0
0
Assists
0
0
0
Points
0
0
0
GB
1
6
7
9
DALLAS
REED
GEORGE
RICE
#13
Junior
#23
Junior
#16
Senior
attacker
5-11, 165
midfielder
6-0, 190
midfielder
5-9, 185
Summit, N.J.
Summit High School
Charlotte, N.C.
Hough High School
Baltimore, Md.
Boys Latin High School
Journalism major
2 letters
Pre-law, politics and government
majors
1 letter
Politics and government, pre-law
majors
3 letters
2015: Received first letter as midfielder...
saw action in 8 games.
>> Scored goal vs. Hiram March 28.
2014: Played in 8 games as midfielder.
>> Compiled goal and assist in collegiate
debut at Mount St. Joseph Feb. 19.
>> Had goal and 2 assists vs. Wittenberg
April 19.
High School: Earned 3 letters in lacrosse
and 2 in soccer.
2015: Lettered as defensive midfielder...
played in 17 games.
>> Scored twice vs. Wabash April 8.
>> Scooped up season-high 4 ground balls
at DePauw April 15.
>> Had 2 ground balls in NCAA Division
III first-round win vs. Carthage May 6.
2014: Moved to midfield and won second
letter...started all 16 games.
>> Finished with 4 ground balls vs. fifthranked Salisbury March 9.
>> Scooped up 5 ground balls vs. seventhranked Washington March 15.
>> Credited with assist in North Coast
Athletic Conference opener at Oberlin
March 22...also finished with season-high
7 ground balls.
>> Scored goal at DePauw April 9.
>> Collected 5 ground balls in NCAC tournament semifinal win vs. Kenyon April 23.
2013: Won first letter as reserve attacker...saw action in 9 games.
>> Posted first collegiate hat trick vs.
Birmingham-Southern March 20.
>> Scored season-high 4 goals at Hiram
March 30.
High School: Lettered twice in lacrosse
and football and 4 times in wrestling.
>> Served as team captain in lacrosse and
wrestling.
>> Named wrestling team’s Most Valuable
Player.
2015: Won second letter as attacker...
played in all 19 games, starting 1.
>> Contributed 2 goals and an assist at
Wittenberg March 31.
>> Had goal and assist vs. Denison April
12.
>> Collected goal and assist in NCAC
tournament semifinal win vs. Kenyon
April 22.
>> Scored goal that helped Bishops build
9-0 halftime lead in NCAA Division III
first-round win vs. Carthage May 6...finished with 2 goals and an assist.
2014: Lettered as midfielder...played in all
16 games.
>> Credited with 2 assists in collegiate
debut at Mount St. Joseph Feb. 19.
>> Had 2 assists vs. Otterbein Feb. 22.
>> Scored first collegiate goal vs. St. Vincent Feb. 26.
>> Dished out 2 assists vs. seventh-ranked
Washington March 15.
>> Had goal and 2 assists for season-high
3 points vs. Hiram March 29.
>> Scored 2 goals at DePauw April 9.
>> Contributed goal and assist in NCAC
tournament semifinal win vs. Kenyon
April 23.
High School: Won 3 letters in lacrosse.
>> Won all-state, all-county, and all-conference honors.
>> Helped team win state group championship.
>> Was member of 3 county championship teams.
Year
2014
2015
Career
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MATT
MAIER
G-GS
16- 0
19- 1
35- 1
Goals
7
12
19
Assists
14
6
20
Points
21
18
39
GB
8
9
17
Year
2014
2015
Career
G-GS
8- 0
8- 0
16- 0
Goals
3
1
4
Assists
4
2
6
Points
7
3
10
GB
2
1
3
Year
2013
2014
2015
Career
G-GS
9- 0
16-16
17- 0
42-16
Goals
10
1
3
14
Assists
0
1
0
1
Points
10
2
3
15
GB
6
37
15
58
SEAN
ROSKAMP
#48
Junior
#15
Senior
goalkeeper
5-10, 165
midfielder
6-0, 180
Decatur, Ga.
Decatur High School
Chesterfield, Mo.
Parkway West High School
Management economics major
2 letters
Management economics major
3 letters
2015: Won second letter as reserve goalkeeper...played in 9 games.
>> Made one save during second half of
North Coast Athletic Conference opener
vs. Oberlin March 14.
>> Recorded 2 saves during fourth quarter
at Wittenberg March 31.
>> Stopped 1 shot during second quarter
vs. Wabash April 8.
>> Had 2 saves during fourth quarter at
DePauw April 15.
>> Registered 5 saves during final 10
minutes at Wooster April 18...the win
clinched the NCAC championship for
Ohio Wesleyan.
>> Stopped 2 shots during final 6 minutes
of NCAC tournament semifinal win over
Kenyon April 22.
2014: Won first letter as reserve goalkeeper...played in 7 games.
>> Made collegiate debut vs. St. Vincent
Feb. 26...had 2 saves during fourth quarter.
>> Recorded 4 saves during the second
and third quarters vs. Hiram March 29.
>> Made 6 saves during second half at
DePauw April 9.
>> Had 3 saves during final 8 minutes of
action vs. Wooster April 11.
>> Stopped 2 shots during fourth quarter
of NCAC tournament semifinal win vs.
Kenyon April 23.
High School: Earned 4 letters in lacrosse.
>> Won All-America citation.
>> Was 3-time all-state selection.
2015: Earned second letter as midfielder...played in all 19 games, starting 3.
>> Scored game-winning goal and added 2
assists vs. Augustana Feb. 14.
>> Scored first-quarter goal as Bishops
built 6-0 lead in North Coast Athletic
Conference opener vs. Oberlin March 14.
>> Contributed goal and 2 assists at Roanoke March 24...also had season-high 3
ground balls.
>> Rang up goal in NCAC tournament
semifinal win over Kenyon April 22.
>> Scored goal that helped Bishops build
9-0 halftime lead in NCAA Division III
first-round win vs. Carthage May 6.
Year
2014
2015
Career
G-GS
7- 0
9- 0
16- 0
GA
9
10
19
GAA
4.31
5.73
4.95
Saves
20
14
34
2014: Won second letter as midfielder...
saw action in 11 games.
>> Credited with assist in season opener
at Mount St. Joseph Feb. 19.
>> Scored goal in NCAC win vs. Hiram
March 29.
2013: Received first letter as midfielder...
played in 7 games.
>> Credited with assist for first collegiate
point vs. Otterbein March 6.
>> Scored first collegiate goal vs. DePauw
April 10.
High School: Earned 4 letters in lacrosse.
>> Received first-team all-state and allmetro honors.
>> Set school game, season, and career
records for assists.
>> Ranked second on school’s career scoring list.
>> Served as team captain.
Year
2013
2014
2015
Career
G-GS
7- 0
11- 0
19- 3
37- 3
Goals
1
1
7
9
Assists
3
3
6
12
Points
4
4
13
21
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BEN
RIGGER
GB
0
5
9
14
Sean Roskam
p
Svs%
.690
.583
.642
11
JUSTIN
SMITH
#50
Sophomore
#40
Junior
defenseman
5-9, 170
DEREK
TODD
#1
Junior
defenseman
5-11, 175
midfielder
6-1, 180
Coronado, Calif.
Coronado High School
Coronado, Calif.
Coronado High School
Edina, Minn.
Edina High School
Health and human kinetics major
1 letter
Geography, health and human
kinetics majors
1 letter
Management economics major
2 letters
2015: Won first letter as long-stick midfielder...played in all 19 games.
>> Ranked 14th in North Coast Athletic
Conference in ground balls per game
(3.37).
>> Tied school record for goals by longstick player (7)...his 10 points ranked third
on Bishop season list for points by longstick player.
>> Shared team lead in caused turnovers
(23)...ranked second on team in ground
balls.
>> Scored first collegiate goal vs. Otterbein Feb. 25.
>> Had 2 goals vs. Franklin & Marshall
Feb. 28...the 2 goals tied school record for
goals by a long-stick player.
>> Collected 7 ground balls at Washington
March 11.
>> Compiled 2 goals and an assist at
Roanoke March 24...tied school records
for goals (2) and points (3) by a long-stick
player.
>> Scored goal and picked up 5 ground
balls in NCAC tournament semifinal win
over Kenyon April 22.
>> Caused season-high 5 turnovers in
NCAA Division III first-round win vs.
Carthage May 6.
>> Won face-off, collected ground ball,
raced to goal, and scored to start Bishop
comeback from 3-0 deficit in NCAA Division III second-round win vs. Albion May
9...finished with season-high 8 ground
balls.
>> Finished with 6 ground balls at
second-ranked Gettysburg May 13...led
Bishops with 2 goals and an assist.
High School: Won 3 letters in lacrosse.
>> Named team’s Most Valuable Player.
Year
2015
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TRENT
SCHULTE
G-GS
19- 0
Goals
7
Assists
3
Points
10
GB
64
2015: Did not play.
2014: Received first letter as defenseman...saw action in 6 games.
>> Had 2 ground balls vs. Wittenberg April
19.
High School: Lettered in lacrosse.
>> Helped team win pair of CIF championships.
Year
2014
G-GS
6- 0
Goals
0
Assists
0
Points
0
GB
2
2015: Won second letter as midfielder...
played in all 19 games, starting 1.
>> Scored goal vs. Franklin & Marshall
Feb. 28.
>> Had 2 goals vs. Wabash April 8...also
collected season-high 11 ground balls.
>> Tallied twice during first half as Bishops built 6-0 halftime lead at Wooster
April 18...the win clinched the North
Coast Athletic Conference championship
for Ohio Wesleyan.
>> Scored goal in NCAC tournament
championship game vs. 18th-ranked
Denison April 25.
>> Rang up goal in NCAA Division III
second-round win vs. Albion May 9.
>> Picked up 2 ground balls at secondranked Gettysburg May 13.
2014: Lettered as midfielder...played in
10 games.
>> Scored first collegiate goal vs. Hiram
March 29.
>> Collected season-high 3 ground balls
at DePauw April 9.
>> Picked up 2 ground balls at fourthranked Denison April 16.
>> Credited with assist in NCAC tournament championship at fourth-ranked
Denison April 26.
High School: Won 4 letters in lacrosse
and 2 in football.
>> Won second-team all-state laurels in
lacrosse...also received all-section honors.
>> Was 3-time all-conference pick in
lacrosse.
Year
2014
2015
Career
G-GS
10- 0
19- 1
29- 1
Goals
1
11
12
Assists
1
1
2
Points
2
12
14
GB
8
5
13
#18
#12
#34
JASON AU
Freshman midfielder
5-8, 170
JEB BEEGHLY
Sophomore midfielder
6-3, 175
BRYN CASEY
Freshman midfielder
5-10, 165
Management economics major
Finance economics major
Economics major
Richmond, Va.
Collegiate School
San Diego, Calif.
Rancho Bernardo High School
High School: Lettered thrice in lacrosse.
>> Was 3-time all-league selection.
>> Received Union Tribune All-Academic
honors.
CHRIS AZZARELLO
Freshman attacker
5-9, 170
#24
Pennington, N.J.
Princeton Day School
High School: Won 4 letters in lacrosse
and 2 in basketball.
>> Was 3-time all-league selection.
>> Received Prep honors in both sports...
was first-team selection in lacrosse and
third-team in basketball.
Management economics major
2015: Saw action in 9 games as midfielder.
>> Collected goal and assist for first collegiate points in North Coast Athletic
Conference opener vs. Oberlin March 14.
High School: Lettered twice in lacrosse
and twice in football.
>> Won second-team all-conference honors in football.
Goals
4
Assists
1
Points
5
Goals
1
Assists
0
Points
1
GB
0
GB
0
High School: Won 3 letters in lacrosse
and 4 in hockey.
>> Helped both teams win state championships.
>> Served as hockey team captain.
#7
DOUGLAS COLLINS
Sophomore goalkeeper
5-9, 165
New Albany, Ohio
New Albany High School
Health and human kinetics major
#14
CONOR CAFFREY
Freshman attacker
5-9, 165
Scituate, Mass.
Brewster (N.H.) Academy
High School: Earned 3 letters in lacrosse
and 3 in hockey.
>> Was 2-time regional all-star selection
in lacrosse.
>> Helped lacrosse team win 3 regional
championships.
Venetia, Pa.
Peters Township High School
G-GS
9- 0
G-GS
5- 0
major undeclared
#22
DEREK BACCHIOCHI
Sophomore midfielder
6-4, 210
Year
2015
2015: Played in 5 games as midfielder.
>> Scored first collegiate goal vs. Wabash
April 8.
Also: Father, Dave, competed in track &
field and cross country at Ohio Wesleyan.
High School: Won 2 letters in lacrosse, 3
in soccer, and 4 in indoor soccer.
>> Named soccer team’s Most Improved
Player...selected as indoor soccer team’s
Most Valuable Player.
Year
2015
Business administration major
Chatham, N.J.
Chatham High School
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#6
AARON CARROLL
Sophomore defenseman
6-0, 200
Assists
0
GA
1
GAA
1.86
Points
0
Saves
0
Svs%
.000
#53
major undeclared
2015: Played in 1 game as defenseman.
High School: Lettered twice in lacrosse.
Goals
0
G-GS
4- 0
Powell, Ohio
Olentangy Liberty High School
Management economics major
G-GS
1- 0
Year
2015
JACKSON DRUCKENBROAD
Freshman defenseman
6-0, 185
Baltimore, Md.
Gilman School
Year
2015
2015: Saw action in 4 games as goalkeeper.
>> Made collegiate debut in fourth quarter of North Coast Athletic Conference
opener vs. Oberlin March 14.
>> Shut out Wabash during fourth quarter of NCAC win April 8.
2014: Did not play at Endicott College.
High School: Won 4 letters in lacrosse.
>> Received second-team all-state honors
as senior.
>> Named team’s Most Valuable Player.
>> Served as team captain.
GB
0
High School: Earned 4 letters in lacrosse.
>> Won All-America honors.
>> Was 3-time all-state selection...earned
first-team honors as senior, third-team
as junior, and honorable mention as
sophomore.
>> Named team’s Defensive Most Valuable Player.
>> Served as team captain.
13
#42
#55
PETER HAMBLETT
Sophomore midfielder
5-10, 175
JAMESON HILL
Freshman goalkeeper
6-3, 220
Biology major
major undeclared
Management economics major
2015: Saw action in 10 games as defenseman.
>> Collected season-high 3 ground balls
vs. Wabash April 8.
High School: Played lacrosse.
>> Named team’s Most Improved Player.
2015: Saw action in 7 games as midfielder.
>> Scored first collegiate goal vs. Hiram
March 28.
>> Dished out 2 assists vs. Wabash April
8...also collected season-high 5 ground
balls.
High School: Lettered thrice in lacrosse
and once in football and track & field.
>> Received first-team all-state laurels in
lacrosse.
>> Set school records in 55-yard dash and
300-meter dash...also was member of
school-record 800-meter relay team.
Erin, Ontario
Hill Academy
Year
2015
G-GS
10- 0
Goals
0
Assists
0
Wilton, Conn.
Wilton High School
Portsmouth, N.H.
Portsmouth High School
Points
0
GB
10
#33
TRE GALLIGAN
Freshman midfielder
6-0, 160
Gilford, N.H.
Brewster Academy
Business administration major
High School: Won 4 letters in lacrosse.
>> Helped team win 4 league championships.
>> Served as team captain.
#21
DREW GOUHIN
Freshman attacker-midfielder
6-2, 210
Powell, Ohio
Olentangy Liberty High School
Pre-medicine/pre-dentistry,
psychology majors
High School: Lettered 4 times in lacrosse.
#27
JOSH GROSSMAN
Freshman midfielder
5-9, 175
Bridgewater, N.J.
Salisbury (Conn.) School
major undeclared
High School: Lettered 4 times in lacrosse,
twice in squash, and once in soccer.
>> Helped squash team win New England
championship.
>> Served as team captain in lacrosse and
squash.
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#51
RORY FLYNN
Sophomore defenseman
6-2, 200
High School: Earned 3 letters in lacrosse
and 4 in hockey.
>> Won all-league honors in both sports...
was 2-time pick in hockey.
>> Received all-state citation in hockey.
>> Served as team captain in both sports.
#30
COLE JAMIESON
Freshman midfielder
5-11, 165
Okemos, Mich.
Okemos High School
major undeclared
Year
2015
G-GS
7- 0
Goals
1
Assists
2
Points
3
GB
6
#38
JACK HARVEY
Freshman midfielder
5-10, 180
High School: Won 4 letters in lacrosse.
>> Received All-America honors.
>> Was 2-time all-state pick...was firstteam as senior and second-team as junior.
#29
New Providence, N.J.
New Providence High School
Management economics major
High School: Won 4 letters in lacrosse.
>> Won third-team all-state recognition.
>> Named conference’s Player of the
Year...also was first-team all-conference
pick.
>> Led state in scoring during his senior
season.
>> Set school’s career points record.
#46
STEVEN HILDEBRAND
Freshman attacker-midfielder
6-5, 220
Berwyn, Pa.
Conestoga High School
Economics major
Also: Father, John, played lacrosse at
Ohio Wesleyan...mother, Kim, played tennis at Ohio Wesleyan.
High School: Played lacrosse.
JACK JESCHKE
Freshman attacker
5-10, 165
Syracuse, N.Y.
Christian Brothers Academy
major undeclared
High School: Won 3 letters in lacrosse.
>> Received first-team all-league honors.
MICHAEL KUCHENBUCH
Freshman midfielder
5-9, 180
Portage, Mich.
Central High School
major undeclared
#26
High School: Earned 4 letters in lacrosse,
3 in football, and 3 in skiing.
>> Won all-state and all-conference honors in lacrosse.
>> Helped football team advance to state
semifinals.
#36
#52
#32
XANDER PACILIO
Sophomore goalkeeper
6-0, 210
ADDISON STERN
Freshman defenseman
6-0, 165
Economics major
History major
Pre-medicine/pre-dentistry major
2015: Played in 8 games as defenseman.
>> Scored first collegiate goal vs. Wabash
April 8.
>> Had season-high 2 ground balls at
Wooster April 18.
High School: Lettered twice in lacrosse
and once in football and swimming.
>> Named lacrosse team’s Rookie of the
Year.
>> Was member of school-record 200-yard
freestyle relay team.
2015: Saw action in 7 games as goalkeeper.
>> Made 3 saves in fourth quarter of collegiate debut vs. Augustana Feb. 14.
>> Credited with one save during fourth
quarter at Wittenberg March 31.
High School: Lettered thrice in lacrosse
and once in cross country.
>> Named lacrosse team’s Most Valuable
Player.
>> Won Coaches Award in cross country.
High School: Won 3 letters in lacrosse.
>> Was second-team all-region and allconference selection.
>> Helped team to 3 state runner-up finishes and 4 Emerald Cup championships.
>> Won US Lacrosse All-Academic honors
and was all-region Athletic Scholar...
also won Archie Griffin Athletic Scholar
honors.
Year
2015
Year
2015
Duxbury, Mass.
Duxbury High School
G-GS
8- 0
Goals
1
Assists
0
Philadelphia, Pa.
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy
Points
1
GB
8
#43
G-GS
7- 0
GA
5
GAA
4.69
Dublin, Ohio
Jerome High School
Saves
4
Svs%
.444
#28
RICHARD POUTIER
Junior midfielder
6-0, 185
Finance economics, accounting
majors
Computer science, management
economics majors
High School: Competed in lacrosse, football, and track & field.
>> Won all-state honors in lacrosse and
football...also was all-conference pick in
both sports.
>> Helped lacrosse and football teams
win state championships...was member
of 2 state champion gridiron squads.
>> Set school season record for pass
breakups.
2015: Did not play.
2014: Did not play.
Also: Member of Battling Bishop football
team...has seen action as quarterback,
wide receiver, holder, and punter.
High School: Earned 2 letters in football
and 3 in lacrosse.
>> Won all-league honors in football.
>> Named lacrosse team’s Unsung Hero.
major undeclared
Agoura Hills, Calif.
Agoura High School
#23
Charlotte, N.C.
Hough High School
Pre-law, politics and government
majors
2015: Saw action in 8 games as midfielder.
>> Scored goal vs. Hiram March 28.
2014: Played in 8 games as midfielder.
>> Compiled goal and assist in collegiate
debut at Mount St. Joseph Feb. 19.
>> Had goal and 2 assists vs. Wittenberg
April 19.
High School: Earned 3 letters in lacrosse
and 2 in soccer.
G-GS
8- 0
8- 0
16- 0
Goals
3
1
4
Assists
4
2
6
High School: Earned 3 letters in lacrosse
and 3 in hockey.
>> Won first-team all-state honors in
lacrosse.
>> Helped both teams win state championships.
#54
ALEX TOWEY
Freshman defenseman
6-3, 205
Coventry, R.I.
Moses Brown School
major undeclared
High School: Lettered 3 times in lacrosse
and 4 times in hockey.
>> Was 2-time pick as Rhode Island allstar in lacrosse.
>> Won all-conference honors in hockey.
>> Helped hockey team win conference
championship.
DALLAS REED
Junior midfielder
6-0, 185
Year
2014
2015
Career
#45
MAX TENNANT
Freshman attacker
5-8, 190
Englewood, Colo.
Cherry Creek High School
STERLING O'HARA
Freshman defenseman
6-1, 200
New Canaan, Conn.
New Canaan High School
OTHER SQUAD MEMBERS
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
BRADFORD MARCOTTE
Sophomore defenseman
5-8, 170
Points
7
3
10
#49
JAKE WORRELL
Freshman defenseman
5-10, 185
Powell, Ohio
Olentangy Liberty High School
major undeclared
High School: Won 4 letters in lacrosse
and 3 in football.
>> Was first-team all-conference pick in
football.
GB
2
1
3
15
No. Name
Yr.
Pos.
Ltr.
Ht.
Wt.
Hometown
High School
12
Au, Jason
Fr.
M
0
5-8
170
San Diego, CA
Rancho Bernardo
24
Azzarello, Chris
Fr.
A
0
5-9
170
Pennington, NJ
Princeton Day School
22
Bacchiochi, Derek
So.
M
0
6-4
210
Venetia, PA
Peters Township
10
Beach, P.J.*
Sr.
A
1
6-3
210
Huntington, NY
Huntington
18
Beeghly, Jeb
So.
M
0
6-3
175
Richmond, VA
Collegiate School
14
Caffrey, Conor
Fr.
A
0
5-9
165
Scituate, MA
Brewster (NH) Academy
25
Carlson, Jordan*
Jr.
D
2
6-0
195
Delaware
Hayes
Carroll, Aaron
So.
D
0
6-0
200
Baltimore, MD
Gilman School
Casey, Bryn
Fr.
M
0
5-10
165
Chatham, NJ
Chatham
Collins, Douglas
So.
G
0
5-9
165
New Albany
New Albany
11
Danieli, Ben*
Sr.
D
2
5-10
180
Setauket, NY
Ward Melville
19
Del Zotto, Cooper*
Sr.
M
1
5-9
185
Orangeville, Ontario
Taft School
Dietz, Marcus*
6
34
7
3
Sr.
A
1
5-9
185
Westerville
St. Francis DeSales
53
Druckenbroad, Jackson Fr.
D
0
6-0
185
Powell
Olentangy Liberty
51
Flynn, Rory
So.
D
0
6-2
200
Erin, Ontario
Hill Academy
20
Friedman, Zach*
Sr.
M
2
5-8
175
Libertyville, IL
Libertyville
33
Galligan, Tre
Fr.
M
0
6-0
160
Gilford, NH
Brewster Academy
Gossett, Robert*
So.
D
1
5-11
170
Mountain Lakes, NJ
Mountain Lakes
21
Gouhin, Drew
Fr.
A-M
0
6-2
210
Powell
Olentangy Liberty
4
Griffin, John*
Sr.
D
3
5-11
185
Rockville Centre, NY
Northfield Mt. Hermon (MA)
27
Grossman, Josh
Fr.
M
0
5-9
175
Bridgewater, NJ
Salisbury (CT) School
55
Hamblett, Peter
So.
M
0
5-10
175
Portsmouth, NH
Portsmouth
38
Harvey, Jack
Fr.
M
0
5-10
180
New Providence, NJ
New Providence
46
Hildebrand, Steven
Fr.
A-M
0
6-5
220
Berwyn, PA
Conestoga
42
Hill, Jameson
Fr.
G
0
6-3
220
Wilton, CT
Wilton
30
Jamieson, Cole
Fr.
M
0
5-11
165
Okemos, MI
Okemos
29
Jeschke, Jack
Fr.
A
0
5-10
165
Syracuse, NY
Christian Brothers Academy
26
Kuchenbuch, Michael Fr.
M
0
5-9
180
Portage, MI
Central
37
Leyden, Luke*
So.
M
1
5-10
175
Northfield, MA
Northfield Mt. Hermon
17
Lind, Jacob*
Jr.
D
1
6-1
185
Cincinnati
McNicholas
13
Maier, Matt*
Jr.
A
2
5-11
165
Summit, NJ
Summit
36
Marcotte, Bradford
So.
D
0
5-8
170
Duxbury, MA
Duxbury
43
O'Hara, Sterling
Fr.
D
0
6-1
200
New Canaan, CT
New Canaan
52
Pacilio, Xander
So.
G
0
6-0
210
Philadelphia, PA
Springside Chestnut Hill
28
Poutier, Richard
Jr.
M
0
6-0
185
Agoura Hills, CA
Agoura
23
Reed, Dallas*
Jr.
M
1
6-0
190
Charlotte, NC
Hough
16
Rice, George*
Sr.
M
3
5-9
185
Baltimore, MD
Boys Latin
48
Rigger, Ben*
Jr.
G
2
5-10
165
Decatur, GA
Decatur
15
Roskamp, Sean*
Sr.
M
3
6-0
180
Chesterfield, MO
Parkway West
50
Schulte, Trent*
So.
D
1
5-9
170
Coronado, CA
Coronado
40
Smith, Justin*
Jr.
D
1
5-11
175
Coronado, CA
Coronado
32
Stern, Addison
Fr.
D
0
6-0
165
Dublin
Jerome
45
Tennant, Max
Fr.
A
0
5-8
190
Englewood, CO
Cherry Creek
1
Todd, Derek*
Jr.
M
2
6-1
180
Edina, MN
Edina
54
Towey, Alex
Fr.
D
0
6-3
205
Coventry, RI
Moses Brown School
49
Worrell, Jake
Fr.
D
0
5-10
185
Powell
Olentangy Liberty
*Lettermen (18)
8
16
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
2016 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
2016 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
No. Name
Yr. Pos. Hometown/High School
1
3
4
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
32
33
34
36
37
38
40
42
43
45
46
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
Derek Todd*
Jr.
Marcus Dietz*
Sr.
John Griffin*
Sr.
Aaron Carroll
So.
Douglas Collins
So.
Robert Gossett*
So.
P.J. Beach*
Sr.
Ben Danieli*
Sr.
Jason Au
Fr.
Matt Maier*
Jr.
Conor Caffrey
Fr.
Sean Roskamp*
Sr.
George Rice*
Sr.
Jacob Lind*
Jr.
Jeb Beeghly
So.
Cooper Del Zotto* Sr.
Zach Friedman* Sr.
Drew Gouhin
Fr.
Derek Bacchiochi So.
Dallas Reed*
Jr.
Chris Azzarello
Fr.
Jordan Carlson*
Jr.
Michael Kuchenbuch Fr.
Josh Grossman
Fr.
Richard Poutier
Jr.
Jack Jeschke
Fr.
Cole Jamieson
Fr.
Addison Stern
Fr.
Tre Galligan
Fr.
Bryn Casey
Fr.
Bradford Marcotte So.
Luke Leyden*
So.
Jack Harvey
Fr.
Justin Smith*
Jr.
Jameson Hill
Fr.
Sterling O'Hara
Fr.
Max Tennant
Fr.
Steven Hildebrand Fr.
Ben Rigger*
Jr.
Jake Worrell
Fr.
Trent Schulte*
So.
Rory Flynn
So.
Xander Pacilio
So.
Jackson Druckenbroad Fr.
Alex Towey
Fr.
Peter Hamblett
So.
*Lettermen (18)
M
A
D
D
G
D
A
D
M
A
A
M
M
D
M
M
M
A-M
M
M
A
D
M
M
M
A
M
D
M
M
D
M
M
D
G
D
A
A-M
G
D
D
D
G
D
D
M
Edina, MN/Edina
Westerville/St. Francis DeSales
Rockville Centre, NY/Northfield Mt. Hermon (MA)
Baltimore, MD/Gilman School
New Albany/New Albany
Mountain Lakes, NJ/Mountain Lakes
Huntington, NY/Huntington
Setauket, NY/Ward Melville
San Diego, CA/Rancho Bernardo
Summit, NJ/Summit
Scituate, MA/Brewster (NH) Academy
Chesterfield, MO/Parkway West
Baltimore, MD/Boys Latin
Cincinnati/McNicholas
Richmond, VA/Collegiate School
Orangeville, Ontario/Taft School
Libertyville, IL/Libertyville
Powell/Olentangy Liberty
Venetia, PA/Peters Township
Charlotte, NC/Hough
Pennington, NJ/Princeton Day School
Delaware/Hayes
Portage, MI/Central
Bridgewater, NJ/Salisbury (CT) School
Agoura Hills, CA/Agoura
Syracuse, NY/Christian Brothers Academy
Okemos, MI/Okemos
Dublin/Jerome
Gilford, NH/Brewster Academy
Chatham, NJ/Chatham
Duxbury, MA/Duxbury
Northfield, MA/Northfield Mt. Hermon
New Providence, NJ/New Providence
Coronado, CA/Coronado
Wilton, CT/Wilton
New Canaan, CT/New Canaan
Englewood, CO/Cherry Creek
Berwyn, PA/Conestoga
Decatur, GA/Decatur
Powell/Olentangy Liberty
Coronado, CA/Coronado
Erin, Ontario/Hill Academy
Philadelphia, PA/Springside Chestnut Hill
Powell/Olentangy Liberty
Coventry, RI/Moses Brown School
Portsmouth, NH/Portsmouth
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Jason Au................................................................................OW
Chris Azzarello........................................................ AZ-a-rel-oh
Derek Bacchiochi............................................. BACK-ee-oh-key
Ben Danieli............................................................dan-YELL-ee
Cooper Del Zotto........................................................del ZOT-oh
Marcus Dietz....................................................................DEETS
Drew Gouhin................................................................... GOO-in
Jack Jeschke.................................................................JESS-key
Michael Kuchenbuch...........................................KUKE-en-bach
Luke Leyden.................................................................. LAY-den
Jacob Lind............................................... rhymes with GRINNED
Matt Maier........................................................................MY-er
Bradford Marcotte........................................................mar-COT
Xander Pacilio..................................................... pa-SILL-ee-oh
Richard Poutier..................................................... POOH-tea-ay
Trent Schulte............................................................. SHULL-tea
Jake Worrell................................................................... war-ELL
2016 NUMERICAL ROSTER
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
2016 NUMERICAL ROSTER
Trent Schulte
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Opponent
Location
Nickname
Conference
Head Coach
2015*
SID/Contact
Augustana
Rock Island, Ill.
Vikings
Midwest Lacrosse
Dan Torie
14-5
Dave Wrath
Cabrini
Radnor, Pa.
Cavaliers
Colonial States
Steve Colfer
13-6
David Howell
Centre
Danville, Ky.
Colonels
Southern Athletic
Dan Sharbaugh
9-5
Liam Halferty
Denison*
Granville, Ohio
Big Red
NCAC
Mike Caravana
13-4
Craig Hicks
DePauw*
Greencastle, Ind.
Tigers
NCAC
Carl Haas
6-9
Bill Wagner
Hiram*
Hiram, Ohio
Terriers
NCAC
Brian Jenkins
3-10
Andrew Korba
Kenyon*
Gambier, Ohio
Lords
NCAC
Doug Misarti
9-7
Marty Fuller
Messiah
Mechanicsburg, Pa. Falcons
Middle Atlantic
Atsen Bulus
12-5
Oberlin*
Oberlin, Ohio
NCAC
Topher Grossman
Otterbein
Westerville, Ohio Cardinals
Yeomen
8-7
Mike Mancini
Ohio Athletic
Colin Hartnett
13-5
Adam Prescott
Plattsburgh State Plattsburgh, N.Y.
Cardinals
SUNYAC
Joe May
13-6
Allan Leavy
Salisbury
Salisbury, Md.
Sea Gulls
Capital Athletic
Jim Berkman
17-5
Tim Brennan
Wabash*
Crawfordsville, Ind. Little Giants
NCAC
Terry Corcoran
1-12
Brent Harris
Wittenberg*
Springfield, Ohio
Tigers
NCAC
Jay Owen
9-6
Ryan Maurer
Wooster*
Wooster, Ohio
Fighting Scots NCAC
P.J. Kavanagh
9-7
Hugh Howard
*NCAC opponent
*2015=2015 record
2015 BISHOP RESULTS
2015 BISHOP STATISTICS
Site-ResultDate
N- OHIO WESLEYAN 17, Augustana (Ill.) 4
2/14
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 10, Otterbein 7
2/25
N- OHIO WESLEYAN 15, Franklin & Marshall 8
2/28
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 9, Salisbury 8 (OT)
3/8
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 10, Washington (Md.) 5
3/11
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 20, Oberlin 3*
3/14
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 10, Kenyon 7*
3/21
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 23, Roanoke 6
3/24
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 30, Hiram 1*
3/28
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 18, Wittenberg 4*
3/31
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 25, Wabash 1*
4/8
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 9, Denison 8*
4/12
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 19, DePauw 5*
4/15
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 13, Wooster 6*
4/18
+
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 15, Kenyon 3 4/22
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 9, Denison 8+ (OT)4/25
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 14, Carthage 6$5/6
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 12, Albion 11$5/9
A- Gettysburg 9, OHIO WESLEYAN 5$5/13
SCORING
G APts
Marcus Dietz
3136 67
John Umbach
37 16 53
Kyle Foster
27 17 44
Tommy Minkler
27 15 42
Brendan Bouchard 27 7 34
Luke Leyden
20727
Matt Maier
12618
Edwin Foster
11 3 14
Sean Roskamp
7613
Derek Todd
11112
Sam Gioseffi
2 10 12
Dominic Santor
8 2 10
Trent Schulte
7310
Mario Vezza
5 5 10
P.J. Beach
45 9
Nick Palandjian
6 1
7
Cooper Del Zotto 51 6
Colby Monachino
3 3
6
Chris Schwanz
2 4
6
Derek Bacchiochi 41 5
Spencer Cromwell
4 1
5
David Krein
4 0
4
Drew Pritchard
3 1
4
George Rice
30 3
Peter Hamblett
12 3
Dallas Reed
12 3
Jeb Beeghly
10 1
Tyler Flynn
1 0
1
Will Garbus
1 0
1
Bradford Marcotte 10 1
Ian Sagester
1 0
1
John Griffin
01 1
Matthew Sommi
0 1
1
*North Coast Athletic Conference (8-0)
+
NCAC tournament game
$
NCAA Division III tournament game
Home Record: 9-0
Away: 7-1
Neutral: 2-0
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Steve King
BISHOPS
OPPONENTS
283152 435
11063173
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
2015 BISHOP STATISTICS
2016 OPPONENTS IN BRIEF
Phone
309-794-7265
610-902-8529
859-238-6158
740-587-6546
765-658-4630
330-569-5495
740-427-5471
717-766-7356
440-775-8503
614-823-1951
518-564-4148
410-543-6016
765-361-6165
937-327-6114
330-263-2374
GOALIESGA Sv Pct
Ryan McMahon 94 149 .613
Ben Rigger 1014.583
Xander Pacilio5 4.444
Douglas Collins1 0 .000
BISHOPS
110167 .603
OPPONENTS 283265 .484
SCORING BY QUARTERS
BISHOPS 66867158 2
OPPONENTS28182737 0
OWU 283, OPP 110
FACEOFFS
BISHOPS269/455
OPPONENTS186/455
.591
.409
GROUND BALLS
BISHOPS698
OPPONENTS466
MAN-UP
BISHOPS35/83
OPPONENTS19/90
.422
.211
bold face indicates returning player
2015 NCAC STAT LEADERS
NCACOverall
Team
WLPctGFGAWLPctGFGA
Ohio Wesleyan* 80
1.00014435181.947283
110
Denison
71.87512938134.765248
117
Wittenberg
62.75010463 96.600179
148
Kenyon
53.62510863 97.563194
137
Oberlin
44.500 7778 87.533142
131
Wooster
35.37510076 97.563204
160
DePauw
26.250 7695 69.400155
155
Hiram
1 7 .125 33171 3 10 .231 74 218
Wabash
0 8 .000 21173 1 12 .077 54 232
SCORING
Liam Rooney, DEN
Andrew Wright, DPU
Nick Lobley, OBE
Marcus Dietz, OWU
Robert Jacobs, KEN
Ben Sherman, DPU
Tom Herold, WOO
Will Donohue, DEN
Andrew Fuss, WITT
Blair Farinholt, DEN
G Goals AssistsPoints Pts/G
17
40
28
68
4.00
15
34
24
58
3.87
15
38
15
53
3.53
19
36
31
67
3.53
16
44
12
56
3.50
15
25
26
51
3.40
16
24
27
51
3.19
17
28
26
54
3.18
15
17
29
46
3.07
17
34
17
51
3.00
2015 NCAC REVIEW
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
2015 NCAC STANDINGS
*Tournament winner
PREVIOUS NCAC CHAMPIONS
Year
Champion (Record)
Runner-Up (Record)
1985
Denison (4-0)
Ohio Wesleyan (3-1)
1986
Denison (4-0)
Ohio Wesleyan (3-1)
1987
Ohio Wesleyan (4-0)
Denison (3-1)
1988
Ohio Wesleyan (4-0)
Denison (3-1)
1989
Ohio Wesleyan (4-0)
Denison (3-1)
1990
Ohio Wesleyan (5-0)
Denison (4-1)
1991
Ohio Wesleyan (5-0)
Wooster (4-1)
1992
Ohio Wesleyan (5-0)
Denison (4-1)
1993
Ohio Wesleyan (5-0)
Denison (4-1)
1994
Denison (8-0)
Ohio Wesleyan (6-2)
1995
Ohio Wesleyan (5-0)
Denison (4-1)
1996
Ohio Wesleyan (5-0)
Denison (4-1)
1997
Denison (5-0)
Ohio Wesleyan (4-1)
1998
Ohio Wesleyan (5-0)
Denison (4-1)
1999
Denison (5-0)
Ohio Wesleyan (4-1)
2000
Ohio Wesleyan, Denison, Kenyon (4-1)
2001
Ohio Wesleyan (5-0)
Denison (4-1)
2002
Denison (5-0)
Ohio Wesleyan (4-1)
2003
Ohio Wesleyan (5-0)
Denison (4-1)
2004
Ohio Wesleyan, Denison, Wooster (4-1)
2005
Ohio Wesleyan (5-0)
Denison (4-1)
2006
Denison (5-0)
Ohio Wesleyan (4-1)
2007
Ohio Wesleyan (5-0)
Denison (4-1)
2008
Denison (5-0)
OWU, Kenyon (3-2)
2009
Denison (5-0)
Ohio Wesleyan (4-1)
2010OWU, Wittenberg (4-1)
Denison, Wooster (3-2)
2011
Ohio Wesleyan, Denison, Wittenberg (4-1)
2012
Denison (5-0)
Kenyon (4-1)
2013
Denison (7-0)
Ohio Wesleyan (6-1)
2014
Denison (7-0)
Ohio Wesleyan (6-1)
2015
Ohio Wesleyan (8-0)
Denison (7-1)
Year
2013
2014
2015
GOALTENDING
Ryan McMahon, OWU
Patrick Shevelson, KEN
Joe Musto, DPU
Clark Bullington, DEN
Erickson Andrews, OBE
G Goals SavesSaves%
19
94
149
.613
16
124
167
.574
13
84
110
.567
15
69
90
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15
94
117
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PREVIOUS NCAC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS
Champion (Score)
Runner-Up
Ohio Wesleyan (10-9)Denison
Denison (14-5)
Ohio Wesleyan
Ohio Wesleyan (9-8)Denison
NOTE: The NCAC champion is determined by the highest regular-season
winning percentage. Beginning with the 2013 season, the NCAC tournament champion received the conference’s automatic qualifier to the
NCAA Division III tournament.
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SCORING
YearPlayer
1985 Jim Applegate, WOO
1986 Steve Casselli, DEN
1987 Doug Hazel, KEN
1988 Terry Martin, KEN
1989 Terry Martin, KEN
1990 Jeff Mayer, WITT
1991 Andy Fox, WOO
1992 Tom Bennett, WOO
1993 Andy Greaves, OWU
1994 Josh Cole, KEN
1995 Ryan Kelley, OBE
1996 Ryan Kelley, OBE
1997 Dave Maguire, OWU
1998 Dave Maguire, OWU
1999 Sean O’Brien, DEN
2000 Jason Fogelson, OWU
2001 Jason Fogelson, OWU
2002 Matt Coughlin, OWU
2003 Frank Bedford, OWU
2004 Ian Holljes, OBE
2005 John Schlegel, OWU
2006 Chris Eccles, OWU
2007 Topher Nazaruk, DEN
2008 Devin Catlin, KEN
2009 Devin Catlin, KEN
2010 Alex Mies, WOO
2011 Matt Lord, WITT
2012 Cory Couture, DEN
2013 Nick Lobley, OBE
2014 Eddie Vita, DEN
2015 Liam Rooney, DEN
GGoals
12
36
13
23
10
35
12
31
12
22
8
40
16
33
15
48
14
47
13
35
10
36
13
58
17
64
16
44
14
35
18
62
13
43
14
41
13
41
12
22
14
59
15
37
13
25
14
29
14
19
16
24
16
38
17
32
12
24
20
36
17
40
Asts
43
35
15
18
33
8
56
17
36
35
21
21
30
24
25
38
36
45
22
27
23
23
25
37
34
38
18
41
22
38
28
PtsPts/G
79 6.58
58 4.46
50 5.00
49 4.08
55 4.58
48 6.00
89 5.56
65 4.33
83 5.93
70 5.38
57 5.70
79 6.08
94 5.53
68 4.25
60 4.29
100 5.56
79 6.08
86 6.14
63 4.85
49 4.08
82 5.86
60 4.00
50 3.85
66 4.71
53 3.79
62 3.88
56 3.50
73 4.29
46 3.83
74 3.70
68 4.00
GOALTENDING
YearPlayer
G Goals Saves Saves%
1985 Bill Hall, DEN
16
72
202
.737
1986 Dan O’Neill, OWU
16
83
180
.684
1987 Peter Houston, KEN
7
26
59
.694
1988 Jim Schwartz, OWU
16
85
176
.674
1989 Jim Schwartz, OWU
9
30
59
.663
1990 Alex Allen, DEN
10
44
84
.656
1991 Phil Wilson, KEN
13
115
199
.634
1992 Alex Graf, OBE
10
94
163
.634
1993 Marc Jacobson, DEN
13
78
132
.629
1994 Alex Graf, OBE
13
105
205
.661
1995 Rich Sommers, WOO
8
41
72
.637
1996 Geoff Hazard, KEN
13
78
176
.693
1997 Geoff Hazard, KEN
14
77
171
.690
1998 Andy Kureth, KEN
11
86
159
.649
1999 Greg Clancy, KEN
13
87
146
.627
2000 Greg Clancy, KEN
15
91
188
.674
2001 Corey Ayers, OWU
13
81
163
.668
2002 Peter Royer, DEN
14
79
148
.652
2003 Dave Neiman, KEN
14
91
163
.642
2004 Courter Shimeall, WOO11
54
94
.635
2005 Alex Baruch, DEN
11
78
126
.618
2006 Pat Garlock, WITT
8
48
78
.619
2007 David Page, KEN
13
77
139
.644
2008 Alex Baruch, DEN
16
74
170
.697
2009 Gregg Shannon, DEN
15
73
111
.603
2010 Mark DeOliveira, WITT 11
68
94
.580
2011 Mark DeOliveira, WITT 16
90
154
.631
2012 Ryan McMahon, OWU 16
97
165
.630
2013 Patrick Shevelson, KEN 11
60
125
.676
2014 Erickson Andrews, OBE 13
81
127
.611
2015 Ryan McMahon, OWU 19
94
149
.613
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NCAC HISTORY
PREVIOUS NCAC LEADERS
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Player of Year
Newcomer of Year
Jim Applegate, A, Wooster
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Bill Hall, G, Denison
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Dan O’Neill, G, Ohio Wesleyan—
Rob Alvino, A, Ohio Wesleyan—
Kevin Finneran, M, Ohio Wesleyan—
Tom Bryan, A, Denison;
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Ken Knapp, DM, Ohio Wesleyan
Neil Ringers, M, Ohio Wesleyan
—
Kevin Wall, D, Ohio Wesleyan
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Dave Breslin, G, Ohio Wesleyan—
Ethan Ewing, M, Denison
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Darren McGurn, A, Ohio Wesleyan—
Dave Maguire, A, Ohio Wesleyan
Zach Gagel, D, Ohio Wesleyan
Dave Maguire, A, Ohio Wesleyan
Dan Stroka, M, Ohio Wesleyan
Dave Maguire, A, Ohio Wesleyan
Parker Anger, D, Ohio Wesleyan
Frank Pennimpede, M, Denison
Scott Jackson, M, Ohio Wesleyan
Zach Gagel, D, Ohio Wesleyan;
Steve Muskopf, A, Ohio Wesleyan
Peter Royer, G, Denison
Jason Fogelson, A, Ohio Wesleyan
Tom Moschos, M, Denison
Matt Coughlin, A, Ohio Wesleyan
John Schlegel, A, Ohio Wesleyan
Frank Bedford, A, Ohio Wesleyan
Craig Pastor, M, Denison
John Schlegel, A, Ohio Wesleyan
Sammy Hong, A, Wittenberg
John Schlegel, A, Ohio Wesleyan
Chris Eccles, M, Ohio Wesleyan
Chris Eccles, M, Ohio Wesleyan
Dan Maude, M, Denison
Chris Eccles, M, Ohio Wesleyan
Brady Burton, A, Denison
Alex Baruch, G, Denison
Emmett Jones, A, Denison
Dan Maude, M, Denison
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Chaz Narwicz, M, Ohio Wesleyan
Alex Previte, M, Wittenberg
Mark DeOliveria, G, Wittenberg
Spencer Schnell, M, Ohio Wesleyan
Cory Couture, A, Denison
Ryan McMahon, G, Ohio Wesleyan
Year
2013
2014
2015
Offensive Player of Year
Colin Short, Ohio Wesleyan
Eddie Vita, Denison
Marcus Dietz, Ohio Wesleyan
Defensive Player of Year
Austin Campbell, Denison
Austin Campbell, Denison
Ryan McMahon, Ohio Wesleyan
Coach of Year
Tommy Thomsen, Denison
Tommy Thomsen, Denison
Mike Pressler, Ohio Wesleyan
Mike Pressler, Ohio Wesleyan
Mike Pressler, Ohio Wesleyan
Mike Pressler, Ohio Wesleyan
NCAC HISTORY
Year
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Jon Hind, Wooster
Steve Ritzenthaler, Wittenberg
Lelan Rogers, Ohio Wesleyan
Mike Caravana, Denison
Lelan Rogers, Ohio Wesleyan
Lelan Rogers, Ohio Wesleyan
Bill Heiser, Kenyon
Lelan Rogers, Ohio Wesleyan
Bruce Reid, Wittenberg
Bill Heiser, Kenyon
Sean Ryan, Ohio Wesleyan
Mike Caravana, Denison
Sean Ryan, Ohio Wesleyan
Jason Tarnow, Wooster
Sean Ryan, Ohio Wesleyan
Brendan McWilliams, Kenyon
Sean Ryan, Ohio Wesleyan
Matt McGinnis, Denison
Mike Caravana, Denison
George Harris, Wittenberg
Topher Grossman, Oberlin
Doug Misarti, Kenyon
Newcomer of Year
Patrick Shevelson, Kenyon
Luke Walsh, Denison
Marcus Dietz, OWU
Coach of Year
Mike Plantholt, OWU
Mike Caravana, Denison
Mike Plantholt, OWU
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INDIVIDUAL — GAME
Goals: 10, Jeff Mayer (Wittenberg) vs. Marietta, 4/11/1990
Chris Wolfington (Denison) vs. Marietta, 4/18/1990;
Andy Greaves (Ohio Wesleyan) vs. Wittenberg, 5/1/1990;
Evan Bliss (Kenyon) vs. St. Vincent, 3/25/2000
Assists: 9, Jim Applegate (Wooster) vs. Ashland, 4/5/1985;
Blair Morrison (Ohio Wesleyan) vs. Wooster, 4/17/1985;
Rich Franz (Ohio Wesleyan) vs. Oberlin, 4/6/1988;
Victor Maddux (Denison) vs. RIT, 3/29/1997;
Victor Maddux (Denison) vs. Oberlin, 4/1/1997
Points: 15, Andy Greaves (Ohio Wesleyan) vs. Oberlin, 3/31/1993 (7-8)
Saves: 34, Chris Alpaugh (Kenyon) vs. Guilford, 3/8/1990;
David Smolev (Oberlin) vs. Wooster, 4/3/2002
Andy Greaves
INDIVIDUAL — SEASON
Goals: 64, Dave Maguire (Ohio Wesleyan), 1996 and 1997
Assists: 61, Blair Morrison (Ohio Wesleyan), 1985
Points: 100, Jason Fogelson (Ohio Wesleyan), 2000 (62-38)
Points/Game: 6.6 (79-12), Jim Applegate (Wooster), 1985
Saves: 310, David Smolev (Oberlin), 2002
Saves Percentage: .737 (72-202), Bill Hall (Denison), 1985
INDIVIDUAL — CAREER
Blair Morrison
Goals: 225, Dave Maguire (Ohio Wesleyan), 1995-98
Assists: 137, Rob Alvino (Ohio Wesleyan), 1985-88
Points: 321, Dave Maguire (Ohio Wesleyan), 1995-98 (225-96)
Points/Game: 5.05 (197-39), Josh Cole (Kenyon), 1994-96
Saves: 1067, David Smolev (Oberlin), 1999-2002
Saves Percentage: .697 (201-463), Dan O’Neill (Ohio Wesleyan), 1984-87
TEAM — GAME
Goals: 36, Ohio Wesleyan vs. Oberlin, 4/19/2000
Goals, Both Teams: 43, Ohio Wesleyan (16) vs. Whittier (27), 4/27/2002
Fewest Goals Allowed: 0, Ohio Wesleyan vs. Ohio State, 4/11/1987;
Denison vs. Wittenberg, 3/29/1995; Ohio Wesleyan vs. Wooster, 4/11/2000;
Wittenberg vs. Oberlin, 3/17/2001; Kenyon vs. Oberlin, 3/20/2002;
Wittenberg vs. Oberlin, 3/23/2002; Wooster vs. Oberlin, 4/3/2002;
Wittenberg vs. Oberlin, 4/6/2002; Denison vs. Oberlin, 4/9/2002;
Wittenberg vs. Oberlin, 4/5/2003; Ohio Wesleyan vs. Wittenberg, 4/15/2003
Denison vs. Oberlin, 4/22/2003; Denison vs. Hendrix, 2/29/2008;
Wooster vs. Milwaukee School of Engineering, 3/1/2010;
Denison vs. Otterbein, 4/27/2010; Oberlin vs. Alma, 4/14/2012;
Wooster vs. DePauw, 4/6/2013; Wooster vs. Hiram, 4/14/2013;
Oberlin vs. Hiram, 4/17/2013; Denison vs. Hiram, 4/20/2013;
Denison vs. DePauw, 3/29/2014; Wittenberg vs. Hiram, 4/5/2014;
DePauw vs. Cornell (Iowa), 3/6/2015; Kenyon vs. Wabash, 3/28/2015
Winning Margin: 34 (36-2), Ohio Wesleyan vs. Oberlin, 4/19/2000
Assists: 23, Ohio Wesleyan vs. Oberlin, 4/23/1997;
Ohio Wesleyan vs. Oberlin, 4/18/2001;
Ohio Wesleyan vs. Oberlin, 4/17/2002
Saves: 34, Kenyon vs. Guilford, 3/8/1990; Oberlin vs. Wooster, 4/3/2002
Dave Maguire
Rob Alvino
TEAM — SEASON
Goals: 320, Denison, 2014
Assists: 221, Ohio Wesleyan, 1985
Saves Percentage: .703 (81-192), Kenyon, 1996
Wins: 19, Denison, 2014
Winning Percentage: .950 (19-1), Denison, 2014
Winning Streak: 19, Denison, 2014
Winning Streak (NCAC games): 34, Ohio Wesleyan, 1987-94
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NCAC RECORDS
NCAC RECORDS
Ohio Wesleyan University is a charter member of the
North Coast Athletic Conference, which began competition in the 1984-85 academic year. Other charter members
are Allegheny College, Case Western Reserve University,
Denison University, Kenyon College, Oberlin College and
the College of Wooster. Wittenberg University joined the
NCAC in 1988, Earlham College joined in 1988 and remains
an affiliate member in field hockey, Hiram College and
Wabash College joined the NCAC in 1998, and DePauw
University joined the NCAC in 2010.
The NCAC’s 10 members believe academic and athletic excellence can co-exist, with no undue overemphasis
on athletics. They also believe the principle of balance is
important in athletic programs at the Division III level,
with no “major” or “minor” sports in comparison with any
other, but all equally worthwhile. Equity for both men’s
and women’s sports is a founding and standard principle.
The NCAC’s 23 championship sports includes 11 for men
and 12 for women, the latter figure leading all Division III
conferences in the country. When at least 5 Conference
institutions sponsor a varsity sport, the NCAC conducts
championship play and honors the champion.
Executive Director >> Keri Alexander Luchowski
Office Phone >> (440) 871-8100
Assistant Director >> Bret Billhardt
Assistant Director >> Russell Kramer
Fax Machine >> (440) 871-4221
ABOUT THE NCAC
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THE NCAC IN BRIEF
Mailing Address >> PO Box 16679, Cleveland, OH 44116
E-mail >>[email protected]
Home Page >>http://www.northcoast.org
Founded >> February, 1983
Conference Colors >> Red, White and Blue
Championship Sports >> 23 (11 men, 12 women)
During the NCAC’s 31 years of competition, the league
has established itself as one of the most competitive in the
nation. A total of 61 teams in all 23 sports were represented
in national competition last year, with one team winning an
NCAA Division III championship to raise the conference’s
31-year total to 65. In addition, 219 student-athletes from
around the league earned All-America and/or Academic AllAmerica® honors.
Ohio Wesleyan President Rock
Jones and Denison President
Dale Knobel display the 2008-09
NCAC All-Sports Trophies. Ohio
Wesleyan and Denison finished
in a dead heat in the 2008-09 allsports race, marking the first allsports tie in conference history.
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Ohio Wesleyan 17, Augustana 4
Feb. 14 at Columbus
Brendan Bouchard scored 3 goals during a game-opening
6-0 run that started 17th-ranked Ohio Wesleyan on its way to a
non-conference win over the Vikings. The game was originally
scheduled to be played at Ohio Wesleyan’s Selby Stadium,
but the forecast for temperatures in the 20s and winds of
25-35 miles per hour forced the contest indoors in Columbus.
Bouchard was named NCAC Player of the Week for his efforts.
SCORING LEADERS: Umbach 4-0, Bouchard 3-1.
SAVES: McMahon 5, Pacilio 3.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 55, Augustana 24.
Ohio Wesleyan 10, Otterbein 7
Feb. 25 at Selby Stadium
Marcus Dietz scored to kick off a 5-1 run that broke a 3-3
tie and sent 18th-ranked Ohio Wesleyan past the Cardinals in
non-conference action.
SCORING LEADERS: K. Foster 2-2, Dietz 3-0.
SAVES: McMahon 6.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 40, Otterbein 21.
Ohio Wesleyan 15, Franklin & Marshall 8
Feb. 28 at Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.
John Umbach scored 5 goals as 18th-ranked Ohio Wesleyan outscored the 20th-ranked Diplomats, 8-0, during the
third quarter and went on to record a non-conference win.
SCORING LEADERS: Umbach 5-0, K. Foster 2-2.
SAVES: McMahon 10, Rigger 0.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 40, Franklin & Marshall 29.
Ohio Wesleyan 9, Salisbury 8
March 8 at Salisbury, Md.
Kyle Foster scored just over a minute into overtime to lift
15th-ranked Ohio Wesleyan over the 12th-ranked Sea Gulls
in a non-conference matchup. Luke Leyden and Dietz had 2
goals each during the fourth quarter as the Bishops turned a
5-2 deficit into an 8-7 lead. It was Ohio Wesleyan’s first win
over Salisbury since March 10, 2002, when the Bishops took a
14-13 overtime decision in Salisbury, Md. Foster was named
NCAC Player of the Week for his efforts.
SCORING LEADERS: Dietz 2-1.
SAVES: McMahon 11.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 33, Salisbury 27.
Ohio Wesleyan 10, Washington 5
March 11 at Chestertown, Md.
Bouchard scored 3 first-half goals as 11th-ranked Ohio
Wesleyan took a 6-5 lead, and the Bishops held the Shoremen
scoreless during the second half to take a non-conference win.
SCORING LEADERS: Minkler 2-3, Dietz 2-2.
SAVES: McMahon 11.
SHOTS: Washington 34, Ohio Wesleyan 32.
Ohio Wesleyan 20, Oberlin 3
March 14 at Selby Stadium
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Umbach collected 4 goals and an assist as 11th-ranked
Ohio Wesleyan built an 11-0 halftime lead and went on to a
win over the Yeomen in the North Coast Athletic Conference
opener for both teams.
SCORING LEADERS: Umbach 5-1, Dietz 3-3.
SAVES: McMahon 2, Rigger 1, Pacilio 0, Collins 0.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 53, Oberlin 16.
Ohio Wesleyan 10, Kenyon 7
March 21 at Gambier
Kyle Foster scored a pair of fourth-quarter goals as eighthranked Ohio Wesleyan rallied from a 6-5 fourth-quarter deficit
to defeat the Lords in NCAC action.
SCORING LEADERS: Bouchard 2-0, K. Foster 2-0.
SAVES: McMahon 9.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 51, Kenyon 39.
Ohio Wesleyan 23, Roanoke 6
March 24 at Salem, Va.
Leyden scored 3 first-half goals, including scores that
began and ended a 5-0 Ohio Wesleyan run, as the sixth-ranked
Battling Bishops defeated the 19th-ranked Maroons. The game
was originally scheduled for Feb. 21, but the forecast for snow
and ice resulted in its postponement.
SCORING LEADERS: Dietz 3-4, Leyden 5-0.
SAVES: McMahon 13, Rigger 1, Pacilio 0.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 67, Roanoke 36.
Ohio Wesleyan 30, Hiram 1
March 28 at Selby Stadium
Kyle Foster, Cooper Del Zotto, and Dietz each scored a pair
of first-quarter goals as sixth-ranked Ohio Wesleyan built an
8-0 lead and went on to defeat the Terriers in NCAC action.
SCORING LEADERS: Santor 4-1, Beach 1-3.
SAVES: McMahon 2, Rigger 0, Pacilio 0, Collins 0.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 73, Hiram 6.
Ohio Wesleyan 18, Wittenberg 4
March 31 at Springfield
Tommy Minkler scored twice as fourth-ranked Ohio Wesleyan scored 5 straight goals to close out the first quarter and
went on to defeat the Tigers in an NCAC contest.
SCORING LEADERS: Umbach 5-1, Minkler 5-0.
SAVES: McMahon 4, Rigger 2, Pacilio 1.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 55, Wittenberg 20.
Ohio Wesleyan 25, Wabash 1
April 8 at Selby Stadium
Umbach scored just 6 seconds into the game to start
fourth-ranked Ohio Wesleyan on its way to an NCAC victory
over the Little Giants.
SCORING LEADERS: Vezza 3-3, Krein 3-0.
SAVES: McMahon 1, Rigger 1, Pacilio 0, Collins 0.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 61, Wabash 5.
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Umbach scored with :19 left in regulation time, and
fourth-ranked Ohio Wesleyan withstood a man-down situation in the closing seconds to defeat the 18th-ranked Big Red
in an NCAC matchup. Umbach was named NCAC Player of the
Week for his efforts against Wabash and Denison.
Ohio Wesleyan 9, Denison 8
April 25 at Selby Stadium
SCORING LEADERS: Bouchard 2-0, Minkler 2-0, Umbach 2-0.
SAVES: McMahon 14.
SHOTS: Denison 42, Ohio Wesleyan 41.
Leyden intercepted a clearing pass and scored with :33 left
in the first overtime period to give third-ranked Ohio Wesleyan
a win over the 18th-ranked Big Red in the NCAC tournament
championship game, giving Ohio Wesleyan the NCAC’s automatic qualifier to the NCAA Division III tournament. The
win was the Bishops’ 16th in a row, tying the school record
set by the 1985 team, which also won its first 16 games of the
season. Bouchard, Sam Gioseffi, Ryan McMahon, and Umbach
represented the Bishops on the all-tournament team.
Ohio Wesleyan 19, DePauw 5
April 15 at Greencastle, Ind.
SCORING LEADERS: K. Foster 2-1, Bouchard 2-0.
SAVES: McMahon 10.
SHOTS: Denison 36, Ohio Wesleyan 29.
Dietz scored 3 goals and Tommy Minkler added 2 more as
third-ranked Ohio Wesleyan finished the first half with an 8-1
run and went on to defeat the Tigers in an NCAC contest. The
win moved Ohio Wesleyan to 7-0 in NCAC play and clinched at
least a share of the conference championship for the Bishops.
SCORING LEADERS: Dietz 3-5, Minkler 3-2.
SAVES: McMahon 4, Rigger 2, Pacilio 0, Collins 0.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 57, DePauw 16.
Ohio Wesleyan 13, Wooster 6
April 18 at Wooster
Dietz and Derek Todd had 2 goals apiece as third-ranked
Ohio Wesleyan built a 6-0 halftime lead and went on to defeat
the Fighting Scots in NCAC action. The win clinched the NCAC
championship, Ohio Wesleyan’s first since the 2011 season,
and Ohio Wesleyan’s first outright NCAC championship since
2007. The win also raised Ohio Wesleyan’s overall record to
14-0, marking the first time in school history that the Battling
Bishops completed the regular season undefeated. Ohio Wesleyan also earned the No. 1 seed in the NCAC tournament.
SCORING LEADERS: Dietz 3-2, Minkler 3-1.
SAVES: McMahon 6, Rigger 5.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 42, Wooster 30.
NCAC TOURNAMENT
Ohio Wesleyan 15, Kenyon 3
April 22 at Selby Stadium
Minkler and Umbach had 2 goals each as third-ranked
Ohio Wesleyan closed out the first half with a 9-0 run on the
way to a win over the Lords in a semifinal matchup of the NCAC
tournament.
SCORING LEADERS: Umbach 3-3; Dietz, K. Foster 2-1.
SAVES: McMahon 11, Rigger 2.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 53, Kenyon 30.
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April 12 at Selby Stadium
NCAA DIVISION III TOURNAMENT
Ohio Wesleyan 14, Carthage 6
May 6 at Selby Stadium
Kyle Foster scored a pair of goals as third-ranked Ohio
Wesleyan built a 9-0 halftime lead and went on to post a win
over the Red Men in a first-round matchup of the NCAA Division III tournament.
SCORING LEADERS: K. Foster 3-0; Dietz, Maier 2-1.
SAVES: McMahon 4.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 46, Carthage 24.
Ohio Wesleyan 12, Albion 11
May 9 at Selby Stadium
Kyle Foster scored the game-winning goal and Jordan
Carlson forced a timely turnover to give third-ranked Ohio
Wesleyan a win over the Britons in an NCAA Division III
second-round matchup. Albion tied the game at 11 with 3:44
left in regulation time, and after the Bishops killed a penalty,
Foster scored the game-winner with 1:59 to play. The Britons
got the ball back with about 10 seconds remaining, but Carlson
forced a turnover and Kyle Foster gathered the loose ball to
seal the win.
SCORING LEADERS: K. Foster 2-2, E. Foster 3-0.
SAVES: McMahon 12.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 53, Albion 42.
Gettysburg 9, Ohio Wesleyan 5
May 13 at Gettysburg, Pa.
Dietz scored to tie the game at 1-1, but the second-ranked
Bullets closed the first half with a 5-0 run and went on to post
a win over third-ranked Ohio Wesleyan in an NCAA Division
III quarterfinal contest.
SCORING LEADERS: Dietz 2-1, Umbach 2-0.
SAVES: McMahon 14.
SHOTS: Ohio Wesleyan 34, Gettysburg 33.
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YearCoach
W L T Pct GF GA MLA 4-Yr
1986* Mike Pressler 12 4 0 .750 213
99
6-1
3-1
1958 Fred Myers
1 8 0 .111
51 117 1-8-0 1-7-0
1987* Mike Pressler 14 3 0 .824 233
89
7-0
4-0
1959 Fred Myers
3 7 0 .300
53
1988* Mike Pressler 15 2 0 .882 220
90
7-0
4-0
1960 Fred Myers
3 7 1 .318
89 104 3-6-1 3-5-1
1989*Mike Pressler 13 4 0.765238118
7-0
4-0
1961 Fred Myers
7 3 0 .700
95
66 7-3-0 5-3-0
1990*Mike Pressler 15 3 0.833285150
8-0
5-0
1962 Fred Myers
5 5 0 .500
94
85 5-4-0 4-5-0
Pressler (5 years)
1963 Fred Myers
4 7 1 .375
88 101 4-6-1 3-6-1
1991*Lelan Rogers 13 4 0.765275178
8-0
5-0
1964 Fred Myers
4 9 0 .308
63 104 4-8-0 4-8-0
1992 Lelan Rogers
9 6 0.600173125
7-1
5-0
1965 Fred Myers
4 9 0 .308
83 100 3-9-0 3-9-0
1993*Lelan Rogers 12 2 0.833238110
7-0
5-0
1966 Fred Myers
6 6 0 .500
91
92 4-5-0 3-6-0
1994 Lelan Rogers 10 4 0.714216124
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6-2
1967 Fred Myers
3 6 0 .333
70
83 2-6-0 1-5-0
1995*Lelan Rogers 13 4 0.765267163
—
5-0
1968 Fred Myers
4 6 0 .400
76
85 4-6-0 4-4-0
1996*Lelan Rogers 13 3 0.813268174
—
5-0
1969 Fred Myers
8 7 0 .533 127
82 4-3-0 6-7-0
1997*Lelan Rogers 13 4 0.765291139
—
4-1
1970 Fred Myers
7 3 0 .700
75
81 4-3-0 4-3-0
1998*Lelan Rogers 14 2 0.875257141
—
5-0
1971 Fred Myers
6 8 0 .429
92 114 4-4-0 5-7-0
1999*Lelan Rogers 12 4 0.750219131
—
4-1
1972 Fred Myers
7 4 0 .636
97
Rogers (9 years)
85 3-7-0 3-5-0
81 6-2-0 6-3-0
Myers (15 years)
72 95 2 .43268-80-2
1973 Joe Horn
11 4 0.733171122
2000*Sean Ryan
5-4
9-4
69 16 0 .812
109 33 0 .768
14 4 0.778314142
35-1
22-1
20-1
44-4
—
4-1
—
5-0
2001 Sean Ryan
9 4 0 .692 195
1974 Rich Seiler
9 2 0 .818 156
93
8-1
9-2
2002 Sean Ryan
9 5 0.643228174
—
4-1
1975* Rich Seiler
9 5 0 .643 213 131
8-1
9-5
2003*Sean Ryan
10 3 0.769193110
—
5-0
1976*Rich Seiler
12 3 0.800252104
8-0 12-3
2004 Sean Ryan
8 6 0.571129135
—
4-1
1977* Rich Seiler
8 5 0 .615 185 151
6-0
2005*Sean Ryan
10 4 0.714183124
—
5-0
Seiler (4 years)
38 15 0 .717
35-6
1978*Jay Martin
13 5 0.722202138
1979* Jay Martin
9 7 0 .563 169 139
7-5
98
2006*Sean Ryan
9 6 0.600178148
—
4-1
6-1 12-5
2007*Sean Ryan
12 4 0.750218148
—
5-0
8-1
9-7
2008*Sean Ryan
10 7 0.588226156
—
3-2
1980*Jay Martin
11 6 0.647233153 10-1 10-6
2009*Sean Ryan
10 5 0.667211115
—
4-1
1981*Jay Martin
13 3 0.813283142 11-0
2010*Sean Ryan
10 4 0.714194121
—
4-1
1982 Jay Martin
10 5 0.667174119
Ryan (11 years)
1983*Jay Martin
18 2 0.900302131 10-0
2011* Mike Plantholt10 4 0 .714 156 97
—
4-1
1984 Jay Martin
13 4 0 .765 203
94
8-2 NCAC
2012* Mike Plantholt11 5 0.688205116
—
3-2
1985* Jay Martin
17 2 0 .895 312
92
9-1
3-1
2013* Mike Plantholt13 6 0.684247115
—
6-1
104 34 0 .754 70-10
3-1
2014 Mike Plantholt12 4 0 .750 193 99
—
6-1
2015* Mike Plantholt18 1 0.947283110
—
8-0
Plantholt (5 years)
—
Martin (8 years)
8-3
TOTALS (58 years)
111 52 0 .681
64 20 0 .762
568 267 2 .680
*reached NCAA tournament
bold face denotes league champion
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2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
BISHOPS YEAR-BY-YEAR
BISHOPS YEAR-BY-YEAR
—
47-8
27-5
DIVISION II-III
1975
First Round
A- Hobart 18, OHIO WESLEYAN 8
Hobart National Runner-Up
1976Semifinalist
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 22, Kutztown State 17
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 12, Cortland State 11
A- Hobart 14, OHIO WESLEYAN 5
Hobart National Champion
1977Quarterfinalist
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 18, Towson State 13
A- Washington (Md.) 21, OHIO WESLEYAN 11
Washington National Runner-Up
1978
First Round
A- Washington (Md.) 10, OHIO WESLEYAN 6
Washington Semifinalist
1979
First Round
A- St. Lawrence 14, OHIO WESLEYAN 12
St. Lawrence Semifinalist
DIVISION III
1980
First Round
A- Cortland State 13, OHIO WESLEYAN 9
Cortland State National Runner-Up
1981
First Round
A- Cortland State 18, OHIO WESLEYAN 5
Cortland State National Runner-Up
1983Semifinalist
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 9, Rochester Inst. Tech. 6
A- Hobart 22, OHIO WESLEYAN 7
Hobart National Champion
1985
First Round
H- Cortland State 11, OHIO WESLEYAN 5
Cortland State Semifinalist
1986Semifinalist
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 10, Denison 6
H- Washington (Md.) 11, OHIO WESLEYAN 4
Washington National Runner-Up
1987
National Runner-Up
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 12, Washington (Md.) 3
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 17, Washington & Lee 4
A- Hobart 9, OHIO WESLEYAN 5
1988
National Runner-Up
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 10, Denison 5
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 19, Franklin & Marshall 6
H- Hobart 18, OHIO WESLEYAN 9
1989
National Runner-Up
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 12, Gettysburg 5
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 9, Washington (Md.) 8 (OT)
A- Hobart 11, OHIO WESLEYAN 8
1990Semifinalist
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 16, Alfred 10
A- Washington (Md.) 14, OHIO WESLEYAN 11
Washington National Runner-Up
1991Semifinalist
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 19, Washington & Lee 10
H- Salisbury State 18, OHIO WESLEYAN 12
Salisbury State National Runner-Up
1993
National Runner-Up
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 8, Washington & Lee 7
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 14, Washington (Md.) 8
N- Hobart 16, OHIO WESLEYAN 10
1995Semifinalist
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 16, Rochester Inst. Tech. 15
A- Nazareth 14, OHIO WESLEYAN 13
Nazareth National Runner-Up
1996Semifinalist
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 16, Denison 6
A- Nazareth 17, OHIO WESLEYAN 11
Nazareth National Champion
NCAA APPEARANCES
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NCAA DIVISION III
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
GAME APPEARANCES
Rank Team
NCAA Title Games*
1.Salisbury
15
2.Hobart
14
3.
Washington (Md.)
8
4.
Cortland State
7
5.Middlebury
6
5.Nazareth
6
7.
Ohio Wesleyan
4
7.Tufts
4
9.Gettysburg
3
10.Roanoke
2
11.
Rochester Inst. Tech.
1
11.Stevenson
1
11.Lynchburg
1
*Note: NCAA Division III tournament play began
in 1980. Prior to that, Ohio Wesleyan competed
in the Division II-III playoffs, which included both
Division II and Division III institutions.
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TOP TEN NCAA DIVISION III
TOURNAMENT TEAMS
Rank Team
NCAA Appearances*
1.Salisbury
33
2.
Ohio Wesleyan
28
3.
Washington (Md.)
26
4.
Cortland State
24
5.Gettysburg
23
6.Nazareth
21
7.Denison
20
8.Roanoke
18
9.Middlebury
16
10.Hobart
15
bold face denotes teams which competed in
the 2015 NCAA Division III playoffs.
*Note: NCAA Division III tournament play began
in 1980. Prior to that, Ohio Wesleyan competed
in the Division II-III playoffs, which included both
Division II and Division III institutions.
2007
Second Round
A- Roanoke 18, OHIO WESLEYAN 9
Roanoke Quarterfinalist
2008
Second Round
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 12, Kenyon 8
A- Salisbury 13, OHIO WESLEYAN 5
Salisbury National Champion
2009
First Round
A- Denison 12, OHIO WESLEYAN 2
Denison Quarterfinalist
2010
First Round
A- Dickinson 7, OHIO WESLEYAN 3
Dickinson Second Round
2011
First Round
A- Denison 7, OHIO WESLEYAN 6
Denison Second Round
2012
First Round
A- Gettysburg 7, OHIO WESLEYAN 4
Gettysburg Second Round
2013
First Round
H- Aurora 13, OHIO WESLEYAN 9
Aurora Second Round
2015Quarterfinalist
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 14, Carthage 6
H- OHIO WESLEYAN 12, Albion 11
A- Gettysburg 9, OHIO WESLEYAN 5
Gettysburg Semifinalist
NCAA SERIES RECORDS
Opponent
Albion
Alfred
Aurora
Carthage
Cortland State
Denison
Dickinson
Franklin & Marshall
Gettysburg Hobart
Kenyon
Kutztown State
Nazareth
Roanoke
Rochester Inst. Tech.
St. Lawrence
Salisbury State
Towson State
Washington (Md.)
Washington & Lee
First Game
2015 (12-11)
1990 (16-10)
2013 (9-13)
2015 (14-6)
1976 (12-11)
1986 (10-6)
2010 (3-7)
1988 (19-6)
1989 (12-5)
1975 (8-18)
2008 (12-8)
1976 (22-17)
1995 (13-14)
2007 (9-18)
1983 (9-6)
1979 (12-14)
1991 (12-18)
1977 (18-13)
1977 (11-21)
1987 (17-4)
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
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1997Semifinalist
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 18, Denison 13
A- Nazareth 16, OHIO WESLEYAN 9
Nazareth National Champion
1998Semifinalist
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 17, Washington & Lee 8
A- Nazareth 10, OHIO WESLEYAN 9
Nazareth National Runner-Up
1999
First Round
A- Denison 12, OHIO WESLEYAN 8
Denison Semifinalist
2000Quarterfinalist
A- OHIO WESLEYAN 13, Denison 10
A- Nazareth 16, OHIO WESLEYAN 8
Nazareth Semifinalist
2003
First Round
A- Nazareth 15, OHIO WESLEYAN 4
Nazareth Quarterfinalist
2005
Second Round
A- Gettysburg 16, OHIO WESLEYAN 9
Gettysburg Quarterfinalist
2006
First Round
A- Denison 10, OHIO WESLEYAN 9 (OT)
Denison Second Round
Last Game W L
2015 (12-11) 1 0
1990 (16-10) 1 0
2013 (9-13)
0 1
2015 (14-6)
1 0
1985 (5-11)
1 3
2011 (6-7)
5 4
2010 (3-7)
0 1
1988 (19-6)
1 0
2015 (5-9)
1 3
1993 (10-16) 0 7
2008 (12-8)
1 0
1976 (22-17) 1 0
2003 (4-15)
0 6
2007 (9-18)
0 1
1995 (16-15) 2 0
1979 (12-14) 0 1
2008 (5-13)
0 2
1977 (18-13) 1 0
1993 (14-8)
3 4
1998 (17-8)
4 0
WL
NCAA DIVISION II-III (5 years)
3
5
NCAA DIVISION III (28 years)
20 28
PLAYOFF TOTALS (33 years)
23 33
28
Pct
.375
.417
.411
Opponent
First Game
Adrian
2008 (26-10)
Albion
2015 (12-11)
Alfred
1990 (16-10)
Army
1976 (9-13)
Ashland*
1973 (8-9)
Augustana (Ill.)
2015 (17-4)
Aurora
2012 (15-3)
Baltimore
1966 (6-3)
Birmingham-Southern 2013 (24-4)
Bowling Green
1963 (14-4)
Brockport State
1978 (10-4)
Buffalo State
1983 (16-1)
Butler
1994 (15-12)
Cabrini
2003 (19-6)
Canisius
2000 (17-13)
Carthage
2015 (14-6)
Centre2016
Clarkson
1986 (12-6)
Cleveland LC
1958 (1-13)
Colorado College
1982 (14-8)
Columbus LC
1960 (5-7)
Concordia (Wis.)
2012 (17-5)
Cortland State
1972 (3-16)
C.W. Post
1965 (9-8)
Dartmouth
1978 (8-11)
Denison+
1958 (5-14)
Denver
1993 (22-4)
DePauw
2013 (24-2)
Dickinson
2010 (3-7)
Duke
1969 (1-8)
East Carolina
1971 (10-6)
Eastern
2006 (18-4)
Elizabethtown
2008 (10-3)
Fontbonne
2007 (12-1)
Franklin & Marshall 1988 (19-6)
Gettysburg
1984 (8-7)
Greensboro
1995 (16-10)
Guilford
1985 (13-7)
Hampden-Sydney 1987 (14-5)
Hendrix
2009 (26-1)
Hiram
2013 (29-2)
Hobart
1964 (5-11)
Ithaca
1986 (17-6)
Kenyon
1958 (10-16)
Kutztown State
1976 (22-17)
Lake Forest
1984 (13-4)
Loyola (Md.)
1966 (8-11)
Lynchburg
1981 (19-4)
Maryland
1986 (5-10)
Maryland-Balt. Co. 1973 (13-11)
Marymount
1999 (18-5)
Merchant Marine
2008 (13-17)
Messiah2016
Michigan State*
1963 (16-2)
Morgan State
1974 (9-8)
Last Game
2010 (21-8)
2015 (12-11)
2002 (13-14)
1976 (9-13)
1985 (20-2)
2015 (17-4)
2014 (7-5)
1977 (11-13)
2013 (24-4)
1979 (13-10)
1978 (10-4)
1984 (12-4)
1998 (9-13)
2005 (8-7)
2000 (17-13)
2015 (14-6)
W
3
1
6
0
13
1
3
2
1
10
1
2
3
2
1
1
L
0
0
2
1
1
0
1
2
0
8
0
0
2
1
0
0
2000 (19-6)
1973 (22-3)
2009 (21-9)
1980 (17-12)
2013 (13-6)
2002 (9-21)
1965 (9-8)
1978 (8-11)
2015 (9-8)
1993 (22-4)
2015 (19-5)
2010 (3-7)
1987 (6-13)
1971 (10-6)
2007 (18-7)
2008 (10-3)
2011 (18-2)
2015 (15-8)
2015 (5-9)
2006 (10-9)
1993 (16-3)
2014 (11-7)
2009 (26-1)
2015 (30-1)
1993 (10-16)
1996 (16-15)
2015 (15-3)
1978 (14-13)
1984 (13-4)
1991 (4-24)
2011 (3-10)
1986 (5-10)
1980 (10-17)
2000 (19-7)
2008 (13-17)
3
8
7
12
2
10
1
0
45
1
3
0
0
1
2
1
5
2
4
5
3
5
1
3
3
3
59
2
1
0
12
0
1
2
0
0
7
0
5
0
7
0
1
49
0
0
1
4
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
3
0
0
14
1
14
0
0
2
7
1
2
0
1
1996 (13-17)
1975 (7-10)
26
1
3
1
Opponent
First Game
Mount St. Joseph
2007 (26-4)
Mount St. Mary’s
1973 (11-6)
Mount Union
1983 (18-3)
Mt. Washington LC 1977 (6-19)
Nazareth
1989 (12-7)
Neumann
2007 (24-2)
New England College 1978 (15-3)
New York Tech
1998 (16-13)
North Carolina
1969 (3-7)
Northwood
2000 (17-5)
Notre Dame
1964 (8-1)
Oberlin+
1958 (4-21)
Ohio State
1958 (3-10)
Oneonta State
1999 (14-8)
Otterbein
2012 (12-6)
Penn State
1991 (7-14)
Plattsburgh State 2016
Plymouth State
1969 (17-0)
Potsdam State
2000 (23-10)
Randolph-Macon
1969 (9-11)
Rensselaer
1960 (10-12)
Roanoke
1979 (3-12)
Rochester Inst. Tech.1983 (16-12)
St. John Fisher
2012 (10-5)
St. Lawrence
1979 (12-14)
St. Mary’s (Md.)
1976 (12-4)
St. Vincent
2007 (14-8)
Salisbury
1975 (13-16)
Sewanee
2011 (18-8)
Springfield
1988 (12-5)
Stevens Tech
2003 (14-7)
Stevenson
2012 (5-10)
Stony Brook
1985 (12-5)
Syracuse
1962 (9-15)
Towson State
1966 (7-6)
Trine
2012 (21-7)
Tufts
1978 (10-4)
Virginia
1975 (8-15)
Virginia Military
1985 (16-4)
Wabash
2015 (25-1)
Washington (Md.) 1976 (15-16)
Wash. & Jeff.
2005 (25-6)
Washington & Lee 1979 (7-8)
Wesley
2001 (17-6)
Western Maryland 1973 (13-6)
Whittier
1997 (18-15)
Wilkes
1978 (9-5)
William & Mary
1969 (19-0)
Williams
1978 (14-10)
Wittenberg 1968 (14-3)
Wooster
1968 (8-5)
Last Game
2014 (21-2)
1984 (5-4)
1985 (25-4)
1977 (6-19)
2003 (4-15)
2007 (24-2)
1978 (15-3)
1998 (16-13)
1989 (7-20)
2000 (17-5)
1993 (13-8)
2015 (20-3)
1996 (12-9)
1999 (14-8)
2015 (10-7)
1991 (7-14)
W
8
2
2
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
13
41
34
1
4
0
L
0
0
0
1
9
0
0
0
3
0
3
19
15
0
0
1
1969 (17-0)
2000 (23-10)
1996 (20-15)
1960 (10-12)
2015 (23-6)
1995 (16-15)
2012 (10-5)
1997 (23-6)
2013 (7-8)
2014 (14-4)
2015 (9-8)
2011 (18-8)
2006 (9-11)
2007 (8-16)
2012 (5-10)
1985 (12-5)
1971 (6-8)
1977 (18-13)
2012 (21-7)
1978 (10-4)
1975 (8-15)
1985 (16-4)
2015 (25-1)
2015 (10-5)
2012 (21-4)
2010 (5-9)
2011 (8-7)
1986 (6-4)
2011 (8-5)
1978 (9-5)
1975 (12-8)
1978 (14-10)
2015 (18-4)
2015 (13-6)
1
1
3
0
12
5
1
2
6
7
7
1
2
2
0
1
0
2
1
1
0
1
1
5
5
7
3
5
6
1
2
1
39
52
0
0
1
1
5
1
0
2
3
0
29
0
1
3
1
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
10
0
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
2
2
SERIES RECORDS
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS
bold face indicates 2016 opponent
+
*includes win by forfeit
does not include one tie game
29
1958
1-8-0, 1-8-0 MLA*
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
4/15 H
Ohio State 10, OWU 3*
4/19 A
Cleveland LC 13, OWU 1*
4/23 H
Kenyon 16, OWU 10*
4/30 A
Denison 14, OWU 5*
5/3
A
Oberlin 21, OWU 4*
5/7
A
Ohio State 11, OWU 5*
5/10 H
Oberlin 14, OWU 3*
5/13 A
Kenyon 11, OWU 7*
5/17 H
OWU 13, Denison 7*
1959
3-7-0, 3-7-0 MLA*
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
4/11 H
Oberlin 15, OWU 5*
4/14 A
Denison 10, OWU 3*
4/18 A
OWU 7, Kenyon 4*
4/24 H
OWU 6, Ohio State 5*
5/2
A
Cleveland LC 7, OWU 5*
5/6
H
Kenyon 8, OWU 6*
5/9
H
Cleveland LC 11, OWU 2*
5/13 A
OWU 8, Ohio State 7*
5/16 H
Denison 7, OWU 5*
5/23 A
Oberlin 11, OWU 2*
1960
3-7-1, 3-6-1 MLA*
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
4/12 H
Columbus LC 7, OWU 5*
4/16 H
Oberlin 11, OWU 5*
4/18 H
Rensselaer 12, OWU 10
4/23 A
OWU 13, Ohio State 8*
4/29 A
Kenyon 11, OWU 10* (2 OT)
5/4
A
Denison 12, OWU 7*
5/7
H
OWU 12, Ohio State 11*
5/10 H
OWU 9, Kenyon 6*
5/14 A
Oberlin 11, OWU 4*
5/18 H
OWU 15, Denison 15*
5/21 H
Cleveland LC 10, OWU 9*
1961
7-3-0, 7-3-0 MLA*
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
4/8
H
OWU 11, Columbus LC 5*
4/15 H
OWU 10, Denison 4*
4/19 A
OWU 10, Ohio State 3*
4/22 H
Oberlin 9, OWU 4*
4/28 H
OWU 13, Kenyon 0*
5/6
A
Oberlin 11, OWU 5*
5/9
A
OWU 9, Kenyon 8*
5/13 H
OWU 13, Ohio State 7*
5/17 A
Denison 8, OWU 3*
5/20 H
OWU 17, Columbus LC 11*
1962
5-5-0, 5-4-0 MLA*
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
3/30 H
Syracuse 15, OWU 9
4/14 A
OWU 16, Kenyon 2*
4/21 H
Oberlin 7, OWU 5*
4/28 H
OWU 9, Ohio State 3*
5/1
A
Denison 13, OWU 6*
5/5
A
Oberlin 8, OWU 5*
5/10 A
Ohio State 10, OWU 8*
5/12 H
OWU 19, Kenyon 12*
5/16 H
OWU 8, Denison 7*
5/19 H
OWU 9, Columbus LC 8*
1963
4-7-1, 4-6-1 MLA*
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
4/6
H
OWU 16, Michigan State 2*
4/9
A
Kenyon 9, OWU 6*
4/13 H
OWU 6, Oberlin 6*
4/17 H
Ohio State 11, OWU 3*
4/20 H
Denison 19, OWU 4*
4/27 H
OWU 8, Kenyon 6*
5/4
H
OWU 14, Bowling Green 4*
5/8
A
Ohio State 8, OWU 5*
5/11 H
Cleveland LC 11, OWU 5
5/14 A
Denison 10, OWU 4*
5/18 A
Oberlin 9, OWU 3*
5/25 H
OWU 14, Columbus LC 6*
1964
4-9-0, 4-8-0 MLA*
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ALL-TIME RESULTS
ALL-TIME RESULTS
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
4/1
H
Hobart 11, OWU 5
4/4
H
OWU 8, Notre Dame 1*
4/9
H
OWU 8, Kenyon 6*
4/11 A
Denison 22, OWU 1*
4/18 A
Oberlin 9, OWU 1*
4/22 A
Ohio State 8, OWU 2*
4/25 H
OWU 5, Bowling Green 3*
5/1
A
Kenyon 9, OWU 6*
5/2
H
Denison 17, OWU 3*
5/9
H
Ohio State 4, OWU 3*
5/12 H
Oberlin 3, OWU 2*
5/16 A
OWU 14, Michigan State 3*
5/23 H
Columbus LC 8, OWU 5*
1965
4-9-0, 3-9-0 MLA*
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
4/3
A
Kenyon 9, OWU 8*
4/9
A
Notre Dame 8, OWU 6*
4/10 N
OWU 9, Michigan State 4*
4/14 H
OWU 9, C.W. Post 8
4/17 H
Denison 5, OWU 4*
4/20 H
Kenyon 8, OWU 7* (OT)
4/24 A
OWU 12, Cleveland LC 8*
4/28 H
Ohio State 8, OWU 2*
5/1
A
Oberlin 13, OWU 4*
5/8
H
Oberlin 6, OWU 5*
5/12 A
Ohio State 6, OWU 5*
5/15 A
Denison 12, OWU 6*
5/22 A
OWU 6, Bowling Green 5*
The 1958 squad was
Ohio Wesleyan's first
men's lacrosse team to
have varsity status.
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Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
3/21 A
OWU 7, Towson State 6
3/23 A
Loyola (Md.) 11, OWU 8
3/25 A
OWU 6, Baltimore LC 3
4/9
A
Kenyon 8, OWU 5*
4/20 A
Ohio State 12, OWU 4*
4/23 H
OWU 16, Cleveland LC 9*
4/30 A
Denison 8, OWU 7*
5/7
H
Bowling Green 9, OWU 8*
5/14 A
OWU 2, Oberlin 1*
5/18 H
Ohio State 13, OWU 5*
5/21 H
OWU 11, Columbus LC 7*
5/28 H
OWU 12, Michigan State 5*
1967
3-6-0, 2-6-0 MLA*
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
4/8
H
Kenyon 9, OWU 6*
4/15 A
OWU 8, Bowling Green 7* (OT)
4/22 H
OWU 11, Columbus LC 7*
4/29 H
Denison 15, OWU 8*
5/6
H
Notre Dame 5, OWU 2*
5/10 A
Ohio State 8, OWU 6*
5/13 H
Oberlin 11, OWU 8*
5/20 A
Cleveland LC 9, OWU 7*
5/27 H
OWU 14, Columbus LC 12*
1968
4-6-0, 4-6-0 MLA*
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
4/6
A
OWU 10, Kenyon 4*
4/13 H
OWU 8, Wooster 5*
4/20 H
Columbus LC 11, OWU 10*
4/24 H
OWU 1, Michigan State 0*
(forfeit)
4/27 A
Oberlin 12, OWU 3*
4/30 A
OWU 14, Wittenberg 3*
5/4
A
Denison 12, OWU 9*
5/15 H
Ohio State 9, OWU 6*
5/18 A
Cleveland LC 13, OWU 10*
5/25 H
Bowling Green 16, OWU 6*
1969
1971
8-7-0, 4-3-0 MLA*
6-8-0, 4-4-0 MLA*
1970
7-4-0, 6-2-0 MLA*
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
3/18 A
North Carolina 7, OWU 3
3/20 A
Duke 8, OWU 1
3/21 A
Randolph-Macon 11, OWU 9
3/22 A
OWU 19, William & Mary 0
4/1
H
Syracuse 11, OWU 3
4/5
H
OWU 5, Columbus LC 1
4/10 H
OWU 17, Plymouth State 0
4/12 A
OWU 10, Wooster 3*
4/19 H
OWU 9, Wittenberg 4*
4/26 H
Oberlin 5, OWU 2*
5/3
A
Denison 10, OWU 4*
5/10 H
OWU 9, Kenyon 5*
5/14 A
OWU 6, Ohio State 3*
5/17 H
OWU 22, Cleveland LC 5
5/24 A
Bowling Green 9, OWU 8*
7-3-0, 4-3-0 MLA*
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
4/4
A
OWU 6, Kenyon 5*
4/11 A
OWU 10, Cleveland LC 5
4/18 H
OWU 9, Ohio State 8*
4/25 A
Oberlin 13, OWU 6*
5/2
A
OWU 6, Wittenberg 2*
5/6
H
OWU 10, Columbus LC 8
5/9
H
Denison 20, OWU 8*
5/13 H
Bowling Green 9, OWU 2*
5/16 H
OWU 10, Wooster 6*
5/23 H
OWU 8, Cleveland LC 5
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
3/23 A
Duke 9, OWU 1
3/25 N
Hobart 15, OWU 3
3/26 A
OWU 10, East Carolina 6
4/3
H
OWU 11, Kenyon 4*
4/7
H
Syracuse 8, OWU 6
4/10 A
OWU 12, Michigan State 9*
4/14 A
Ohio State 7, OWU 4*
4/17 H
OWU 16, Cleveland LC 6
4/24 H
OWU 10, Oberlin 9*
5/1
A
Denison 10, OWU 1*
5/8
H
Wittenberg 10, OWU 6*
5/12 A
Bowling Green 13, OWU 3*
5/15 H
OWU 5, Wooster 3*
5/22 H
Columbus LC 5, OWU 4
ALL-TIME RESULTS
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
1966
6-6-0, 4-5-0 MLA*
1972
Coach: Fred Myers
DateSite Score
4/1
A
Kenyon 6, OWU 4*
4/3
H
Cortland State 16, OWU 3
4/8
H
Denison 6, OWU 4*
4/15 H
OWU 13, Michigan State 8*
4/18 H
OWU 8, Ohio State 5*
4/22 A
OWU 10, Oberlin 7*
4/29 H
OWU 16, Cleveland LC 4
5/6
A
OWU 8, Wittenberg 6*
5/13 H
OWU 10, Wooster 2*
5/17 H
OWU 13, Bowling Green 12*
5/20 H
Columbus LC 9, OWU 8
1973
11-4-0, 5-4-0 MLA*
Coach: Joe Horn
DateSite Score
3/20 A
OWU 10, Baltimore 6
3/21 A
OWU 10, Western Maryland 6
3/22 A
OWU 11, Mount St. Mary’s 6
3/24 A
OWU 13, Maryland-Balt. Co. 11
3/31 H
OWU 11, Kenyon 10*
4/6
H
Ashland 9, OWU 8*
4/14 A
OWU 14, Michigan State 3*
4/18 A
OWU 14, Ohio State 3*
4/21 H
OWU 22, Cleveland LC 3
4/28 A
Denison 13, OWU 7*
5/5
H
Wittenberg 9, OWU 8*
5/9
A
Bowling Green 17, OWU 8*
5/12 H
OWU 11, Oberlin 8*
5/19 A
OWU 10, Wooster 8*
5/26 H
OWU 11, Columbus LC 10
Fred Myers was Ohio Wesleyan's first
men's lacrosse coach, building the Bishops from infancy to an MLA contender.
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8-5-0, 6-0-0 MLA champion*
1976
13-5-0, 6-1-0 MLA*
Coach: Rich Seiler
DateSite Score
3/22 A
Morgan State 10, OWU 7
3/24 N
OWU 12, William & Mary 8
3/26 A
Virginia 15, OWU 8
3/28 A
Salisbury State 16, OWU 13
4/5
A
OWU 17, Ohio State 8*
4/12 H
OWU 19, Oberlin 0*
4/19 A
OWU 20, Michigan State 8*
4/26 A
OWU 12, Denison 10*
5/3
H
OWU 22, Kenyon 6*
5/7
H
OWU 26, Ashland 2
5/10 H
OWU 20, Wittenberg 10*
5/14 A
Bowling Green 11, OWU 9*
5/24 A
OWU 20, Wooster 9*
NCAA Division II-III tournament
5/17 A
Hobart 18, OWU 8
Rich Seiler took over the Bishop coaching
reins in 1974 and guided Ohio Wesleyan
to its first NCAA playoff appearance the
next year.
1974
9-2-0, 8-1-0 MLA*
Coach: Rich Seiler
DateSite Score
3/18 A
Baltimore 16, OWU 8
3/19 A
OWU 9, Morgan State 8
3/30 A
OWU 17, Kenyon 7*
4/6
H
OWU 14, Ohio State 7*
4/13 A
OWU 18, Oberlin 2*
4/20 H
OWU 16, Michigan State 7*
4/27 A
OWU 17, Wittenberg 11*
5/4
H
OWU 16, Denison 14*
5/8
A
OWU 13, Ashland 12*
5/11 A
OWU 17, Wooster 6*
5/18 H
Bowling Green 13, OWU 11*
1977
12-3-0, 8-0-0 MLA champion*
Coach: Rich Seiler
DateSite Score
3/22 A
OWU 12, St. Mary’s 4
3/24 A
OWU 10, Salisbury State 6
3/27 A
Washington (Md.) 16, OWU 15
4/3
H
OWU 17, Ohio State 4*
4/10 A
OWU 20, Oberlin 2*
4/17 A
Army 13, OWU 9
4/24 H
OWU 29, Michigan State 2*
4/28 H
OWU 16, Ashland 2*
5/1
A
OWU 28, Kenyon 7*
5/5
H
OWU 18, Bowling Green 4*
5/8
H
OWU 24, Denison 4*
5/22 H
OWU 15, Wooster 2*
NCAA Division II-III tournament
5/12 H
OWU 22, Kutztown State 17
5/15 A
OWU 12, Cortland State 11
5/19 A
Hobart 12, OWU 5
Coach: Rich Seiler
DateSite Score
3/21 A
Baltimore 13, OWU 11
3/23 A
Salisbury State 9, OWU 8 (OT)
3/24 A
Mt. Washington LC 19, OWU 6
3/26 A
Washington (Md.) 20, OWU 12
4/2
A
OWU 12, Ohio State 8*
4/16 A
OWU 17, Bowling Green 12*
4/18 H
OWU 18, Oberlin 2*
4/20 A
OWU 19, Wooster 10*
4/27 H
OWU 18, Ashland 7
4/30 H
OWU 21, Kenyon 7*
5/7
H
OWU 14, Denison 10*
NCAA Division II-III tournament
5/11 A
OWU 18, Towson State 13
5/14 A
Washington (Md.) 21, OWU 11
1978
Coach: Jay Martin
DateSite Score
3/18 N
OWU 10, Tufts 4
3/20 N
OWU 14, Williams 10
3/21 N
Dartmouth 11, OWU 8
3/21 N
OWU 9, Wilkes 5
3/24 A
Salisbury State 14, OWU 11
3/25 A
OWU 14, Kutztown State 13
3/29 H
OWU 10, Brockport State 4
4/1
H
OWU 15, New England 3
4/5
H
OWU 18, Columbus LC 6
4/12 H
Ohio State 16, OWU 10*
4/15 A
Washington (Md.) 16, OWU 7
4/19 H
OWU 17, Wooster 9*
4/22 H
OWU 16, Michigan State 0*
4/26 A
OWU 12, Ashland 6*
4/29 A
OWU 11, Kenyon 2*
5/3
H
OWU 5, Bowling Green 3*
5/6
A
OWU 9, Denison 6*
NCAA Division II-III tournament
5/10 A
Washington (Md.) 10, OWU 6
The 1975 Bishops were the first Ohio Wesleyan men's lacrosse team to compete in the NCAA playoffs.
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2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
ALL-TIME RESULTS
1975
9-5-0, 8-1-0 MLA*
1979
9-7-0, 8-1-0 MLA champion*
Coach: Jay Martin
DateSite Score
3/17 A
St. Mary’s 11, OWU 8
3/20 A
Washington & Lee 8, OWU 7 (OT)
3/22 A
Duke 14, OWU 9
3/24 A
Maryland-Balt. Co. 11, OWU 3
3/28 H
OWU 13, Michigan State 2
3/31 A
OWU 13, Ohio State 6*
4/4
H
OWU 10, Kenyon 2*
4/7
A
Roanoke 12, OWU 3
4/11 H
OWU 8, Bowling Green 5*
4/18 A
OWU 16, Wooster 9*
4/21 A
Denison 13, OWU 9*
4/25 A
OWU 13, Bowling Green 10*
4/28 H
OWU 14, Ohio State 9*
5/2
H
OWU 19, Ashland 6*
5/5
H
OWU 22, Denison 7*
NCAA Division II-III tournament
5/9
A
St. Lawrence 14, OWU 12
Coach: Jay Martin
DateSite Score
3/25 A
Maryland-Balt. Co. 17, OWU 10
3/27 A
Salisbury State 21, OWU 8
3/29 A
St. Mary’s 11, OWU 10 (OT)
4/2
A
OWU 14, Ohio State 7*
4/5
H
Roanoke 13, OWU 9
4/9
H
OWU 21, Kenyon 8*
4/12 H
OWU 15, Denison 6*
4/16 A
OWU 15, Wooster 4*
4/19 H
OWU 17, Columbus LC 12
4/22 H
OWU 17, Ohio State 8*
4/24 A
OWU 8, Ashland 6*
4/26 H
OWU 13, Wooster 4*
4/30 A
OWU 20, Kenyon 6*
5/3
A
OWU 17, Denison 11*
5/7
H
OWU 17, Ashland 11*
5/10 H
Denison 15, OWU 13*
NCAA Division III tournament
5/14 A
Cortland State 13, OWU 9
1981
13-3-0, 11-0-0 MLA champion*
Coach: Jay Martin
DateSite Score
3/21 A
OWU 19, Lynchburg 4
3/24 A
OWU 14, St. Mary’s 5
3/26 A
Salisbury State 20, OWU 15
3/28 A
St. Lawrence 11, OWU 10
4/3
A
OWU 17, Notre Dame 5*
4/5
A
OWU 23, Michigan State 3*
4/8
H
OWU 13, Wooster 5*
4/11 H
OWU 29, Ohio State 7*
4/14 H
OWU 19, Kenyon 3*
4/18 A
OWU 13, Denison 11*
4/22 A
OWU 15, Wooster 7*
4/25 H
OWU 27, Ashland 13*
4/28 A
OWU 23, Kenyon 7*
5/2
H
OWU 15, Denison 10*
5/9
H
OWU 24, Ohio State 13*
NCAA Division III tournament
5/13 A
Cortland State 18, OWU 5
1982
10-5-0, 8-3-0 MLA*
Coach: Jay Martin
DateSite Score
3/20 A
OWU 10, Lynchburg 4
3/23 A
OWU 17, St. Mary’s 4
3/25 A
Salisbury State 15, OWU 11
3/27 A
Roanoke 18, OWU 9
4/1
A
Denison 10, OWU 7*
4/3
H
OWU 12, Notre Dame 9*
4/7
A
OWU 10, Wooster 6*
4/10 A
OWU 14, Ohio State 5*
4/13 H
OWU 18, Kenyon 5*
4/17 A
OWU 11, Michigan State 3*
4/21 H
OWU 12, Ashland 7*
4/24 H
Wooster 10, OWU 9*
4/27 A
OWU 14, Kenyon 8*
5/1
H
OWU 14, Colorado College 8
5/4
H
Denison 7, OWU 6*
1983
18-2-0, 10-0-0 MLA champion*
Coach: Jay Martin
DateSite Score
3/13 H
OWU 16, Buffalo State 1
3/19 A
OWU 19, Lynchburg 7
3/22 A
OWU 7, St. Mary’s 1
3/24 N
Salisbury State 11, OWU 9
3/26 A
OWU 13, Western Maryland 4
3/31 H
OWU 19, Ohio State 5*
4/2
H
OWU 16, Roch. Inst. Tech. 12
4/6
H
OWU 16, Kenyon 5*
4/12 A
OWU 25, Ashland 4*
4/13 A
OWU 27, Wittenberg 2*
4/16 A
OWU 14, Notre Dame 12*
4/20 A
OWU 22, Oberlin 5*
4/23 H
OWU 8, Cortland State 6
4/27 H
OWU 16, Wooster 7*
4/30 A
OWU 18, Mount Union 3*
5/5
H
OWU 12, Michigan State 5*
5/7
H
OWU 15, Denison 4*
5/8
H
OWU 14, Colorado College 9
NCAA Division III tournament
5/11 H
OWU 9, Roch. Inst. Tech. 6
5/14 A
Hobart 22, OWU 7
ALL-TIME RESULTS
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
Jay Martin led the Bishops to 104 wins
and 6 NCAA playoff appearances during his 8 seasons at the Ohio Wesleyan
helm.
1980
11-6-0, 10-1-0 MLA*
1984
13-4-0, 8-2-0 MLA*
Coach: Jay Martin
DateSite Score
3/16 N
OWU 12, Buffalo State 4
3/18 A
OWU 5, Mount St. Mary’s 4
3/20 A
OWU 15, St. Mary’s 4
3/22 A
Salisbury State 10, OWU 8
3/24 A
OWU 8, Gettysburg 7
3/28 A
OWU 15, Ohio State 5*
3/30 H
OWU 15, Western Maryland 4
4/1
H
OWU 13, Lake Forest 4*
4/4
A
OWU 19, Kenyon 3
4/7
H
OWU 12, Notre Dame 5*
4/14 H
OWU 25, Oberlin 1*
4/17 A
OWU 15, Wooster 8*
4/21 A
Cortland State 14, OWU 7
4/24 H
OWU 21, Wittenberg 4*
4/28 H
OWU 1, Ashland 0* (forfeit)
5/2
A
Michigan State 7, OWU 6*
5/5
A
Denison 10, OWU 7*
1985
17-2-0, 9-1 MLA+, 3-1 NCAC*
Coach: Jay Martin
DateSite Score
3/10 A
OWU 16, Virginia Military 4
3/12 N
OWU 13, Guilford 7
3/14 A
OWU 20, St. Mary’s 7
3/16 N
OWU 7, Roanoke 5
3/23 H
OWU 13, Gettysburg 5
3/30 H
OWU 9, Western Maryland 3
4/3
H
OWU 26, Kenyon 8+*
4/6
A
OWU 12, Stony Brook 5
4/11 A
OWU 22, Oberlin 1+*
4/13 H
OWU 20, Ohio State 2+
4/17 H
OWU 22, Wooster 5+*
4/20 H
OWU 20, Michigan State 5+
4/22 H
OWU 25, Mount Union 4+
4/24 A
OWU 30, Wittenberg 1+
4/27 A
OWU 16, Notre Dame 4+
5/1
H
OWU 20, Ashland 2+
5/4
H
Denison 9, OWU 7+*
5/5
H
OWU 9, Colorado College 4
NCAA Division III tournament
5/8
H
Cortland State 11, OWU 5
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ALL-TIME RESULTS
Mike Pressler guided Ohio Wesleyan to
3 straight NCAA Division III national
championship games.
1986
12-4-0, 6-1 MLA , 3-1 NCAC*
+
Coach: Mike Pressler
DateSite Score
3/9
A
OWU 20, Randolph-Macon 4
3/11 N
OWU 11, Guilford 9
3/13 A
Maryland 10, OWU 5
3/15 A
OWU 6, Western Maryland 4
3/22 H
Hobart 13, OWU 11
3/29 H
OWU 12, Clarkson 5
4/2
A
OWU 14, Kenyon 5+*
4/5
N
OWU 17, Ithaca 6
4/9
H
OWU 22, Oberlin 4+*
4/12 A
OWU 22, Ohio State 2+
4/16 A
OWU 24, Wooster 1+*
4/19 A
OWU 24, Michigan State 5+
4/26 H
OWU 17, Notre Dame 5+
5/2
A
Denison 8, OWU 6+
NCAA Division III tournament
5/7
H
OWU 10, Denison 6
5/12 H
Washington (Md.) 11, OWU 4
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Coach: Mike Pressler
DateSite Score
3/8
A
OWU 14, Hampden-Sydney 5
3/10 A
Duke 13, OWU 6
3/12 A
Washington & Lee 12, OWU 8
3/14 A
OWU 11, Roanoke 5
3/21 H
OWU 8, Roch. Inst. Tech. 5
3/28 A
OWU 7, Hobart 4
4/5
N
OWU 15, Ithaca 8 (N)
4/8
A
OWU 21, Oberlin 2+*
4/11 H
OWU 17, Ohio State 0+
4/15 H
OWU 25, Wooster 1+*
4/18 H
OWU 13, Michigan State 4+
4/22 H
OWU 20, Kenyon 7+*
4/25 A
OWU 17, Notre Dame 5+
5/2
H
OWU 17, Denison 4+*
NCAA Division III tournament
5/6
H
OWU 12, Washington (Md.) 3
5/10 H
OWU 17, Washington & Lee 4
5/16 A
Hobart 9, OWU 5
1988
15-2-0, 7-0 MLA+, 4-0 NCAC*
MLA champion, NCAC champion
NATIONAL RUNNER-UP
Coach: Mike Pressler
DateSite Score
3/6
A
OWU 7, Hampden-Sydney 5
3/9
A
North Carolina 8, OWU 4
3/12 A
OWU 11, Washington & Lee 9
3/19 N
OWU 10, Roanoke 3
3/26 H
OWU 6, Hobart 5 (OT)
3/30 A
OWU 8, Kenyon 3+*
4/2
N
OWU 12, Springfield 5
4/6
H
OWU 25, Oberlin 4+*
4/13 A
OWU 21, Wooster 1+*
4/16 A
OWU 11, Cortland State 2
4/20 A
OWU 17, Ohio State 6+ (N)
4/23 H
OWU 17, Notre Dame 1+
4/30 A
OWU 17, Denison 5+*
5/7HOWU 16, Michigan State 4+
NCAA Division III tournament
5/11 H
OWU 10, Denison 5
5/15 H
OWU 19, Franklin & Marshall 6
5/21 H
Hobart 18, OWU 9
1989
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
1987
14-3-0, 7-0 MLA+, 4-0 NCAC*
MLA champion, NCAC champion
NATIONAL RUNNER-UP
13-4-0, 7-0 MLA+, 4-0 NCAC*
MLA champion, NCAC champion
NATIONAL RUNNER-UP
Coach: Mike Pressler
DateSite Score
3/12 N
OWU 13, Salisbury State 7
3/15 A
North Carolina 20, OWU 7
3/18 A
OWU 10, Washington & Lee 4
3/26 A
Hobart 8, OWU 7
3/29 H
OWU 18, Kenyon 5+*
4/1
N
OWU 12, Nazareth 7
4/5
A
OWU 31, Oberlin 1+*
4/8
A
OWU 9, Roanoke 4
4/12 H
OWU 22, Wooster 4+*
4/15 H
Cortland State 9, OWU 8
4/19 H
OWU 20, Ohio State 5+
4/22 A
OWU 18, Notre Dame 5+
4/29 H
OWU 18, Denison 7+*
5/6AOWU 16, Michigan State 8+
NCAA Division III tournament
5/10 H
OWU 12, Gettysburg 5
5/15 A
OWU 9, Washington (Md.) 8 (OT)
5/20 A
Hobart 11, OWU 8
1990
14-3-0, 8-0 MLA+, 5-0 NCAC*
MLA champion, NCAC champion
Coach: Mike Pressler
DateSite Score
3/11 N
OWU 9, Salisbury State 8 (OT)
3/14 N
OWU 19, St. Lawrence 8
3/17 N
Nazareth 10, OWU 5
3/18 N
OWU 14, Springfield 12
3/25 H
Hobart 13, OWU 8
3/28 A
OWU 17, Kenyon 5+*
4/1
H
OWU 13, Clarkson 12
4/4
H
OWU 27, Oberlin 6+*
4/7
A
OWU 14, Michigan State 8+
4/11 A
OWU 21, Wooster 7+*
4/14 A
OWU 11, Cortland State 8
4/18 A
OWU 21, Ohio State 8+
4/21 H
OWU 16, Notre Dame 6+
4/28 A
OWU 20, Denison 8+*
5/1
H
OWU 33, Wittenberg 7+*
5/5
H
OWU 10, Roanoke 2
NCAA Division III tournament
5/9
H
OWU 16, Alfred 10
5/14 A
Washington (Md.) 14, OWU 11
The 1987 Bishops were the first Ohio Wesleyan men's lacrosse team to advance to the NCAA Division III championship game.
1991
13-4-0, 8-0 MLA+, 5-0 NCAC*
MLA champion, NCAC champion
Coach: Lelan Rogers
DateSite Score
3/9
N
Gettysburg 10, OWU 7
3/16 A
Loyola (Md.) 24, OWU 4
3/17 N
Penn State 14, OWU 7
3/23H OWU 15, Roch. Inst. Tech. 10
3/27 H
OWU 15, Kenyon 3+*
3/30 H
OWU 18, Washington & Lee 11
4/3
A
OWU 21, Oberlin 10+*
4/6
A
OWU 18, Hobart 17
4/10 H
OWU 15, Michigan State 9+
4/13 H
OWU 13, Cortland State 10
4/17 H
OWU 22, Ohio State 7+
4/20 A
OWU 14, Notre Dame 9
4/27 H
OWU 18, Denison 6+*
5/1
A
OWU 30, Wittenberg 5+*
5/4
H
OWU 27, Wooster 5+*
NCAA Division III tournament
5/8
H
OWU 19, Washington & Lee 10
5/12 H
Salisbury State 18, OWU 12
1994
10-4-0, 6-2 NCAC*
1993
13-4-0, 5-0 NCAC champion*
Coach: Lelan Rogers
DateSite Score
3/8NOWU 11, Gettysburg 10 (OT)
3/11 A
Salisbury State 8, OWU 5
3/14 N
Ithaca 9, OWU 8
3/21 N
Roch. Inst. Tech. 15, OWU 8
3/25 A
OWU 21, Kenyon 4+*
3/28 H
OWU 8, Roanoke 7
3/31 H
Notre Dame 11, OWU 5+
4/4
H
Hobart 12, OWU 11
4/9
A
OWU 8, Michigan State 7+
4/11 A
OWU 19, Wooster 4+*
4/15 A
OWU 10, Ohio State 8+
4/18 H
OWU 20, Oberlin 4+*
4/25 A
OWU 18, Denison 6+*
4/29 H
OWU 15, Wittenberg 4+*
5/2
A
Alfred 16, OWU 6
12-2-0, 7-0 MLA+, 5-0 NCAC*
MLA champion, NCAC champion
NATIONAL RUNNER-UP
Coach: Lelan Rogers
DateSite Score
3/10 N
OWU 16, Guilford 3
3/18 H
OWU 22, Denver 4
3/24 H
OWU 20, Kenyon 1+*
3/31 A
OWU 31, Oberlin 7+*
4/3
N
Hobart 13, OWU 12
4/7
H
OWU 18, Wooster 11+*
4/14H OWU 13, Michigan State 11+
4/17 A
OWU 13, Notre Dame 8
4/24 H
OWU 19, Denison 4+*
4/28 A
OWU 27, Wittenberg 3+*
5/2
H
OWU 15, Alfred 14
NCAA Division III tournament
5/16H OWU 8, Washington & Lee 7
5/22H OWU 14, Washington (Md.) 8
5/30 N
Hobart 16, OWU 10
Coach: Lelan Rogers
DateSite Score
3/9
N
OWU 17, Lynchburg 8
3/12 A
Salisbury State 11, OWU 10
3/16 A
OWU 19, Oberlin 8*
3/22 H
OWU 20, Kenyon 6*
3/26 H
Denison 14, OWU 7*
3/30 H
OWU 22, Wittenberg 6*
4/2
A
OWU 20, Wooster 3*
4/9
H
OWU 12, Roanoke 11
4/13 A
OWU 9, Michigan State 6
4/16 H
OWU 23, Wooster 6*
4/19 A
OWU 23, Wittenberg 3*
4/24 A
Denison 14, OWU 6*
5/3
H
OWU 15, Butler 12
5/7
H
Nazareth 16, OWU 13
ALL-TIME RESULTS
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
Lelan Rogers led the Bishops to 109
wins and 7 conference championships in
9 seasons.
1992
9-6-0, 7-1 MLA+, 5-0 NCAC*
MLA champion, NCAC champion
1995
Coach: Lelan Rogers
DateSite Score
3/4
H
OWU 16, Greensboro 10
3/12 N
OWU 14, Cortland State 9
3/15A OWU 15, Randolph-Macon 9
3/18 A
OWU 15, Roanoke 14 (OT)
3/22 H
OWU 21, Kenyon 5*
3/26 A
OWU 8, Ohio State 7
4/1
H
Salisbury State 16, OWU 8
4/4
A
OWU 17, Wooster 4*
4/8
H
OWU 17, Denison 7*
4/15 H
OWU 30, Oberlin 7*
4/19 H
Michigan State 11, OWU 10 (OT)
4/22 A
OWU 10, Butler 8
4/26 A
OWU 29, Wittenberg 1*
4/29 A
Nazareth 17, OWU 14
5/6
A
OWU 14, Denison 9
NCAA Division III tournament
5/14H OWU 16, Roch. Inst. Tech. 15
5/21 A
Nazareth 14, OWU 13
The 1993 Bishops won the MLA and NCAC championships and advanced to the NCAA Division III championship game.
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Coach: Lelan Rogers
DateSite Score
3/11 A
Salisbury State 20, OWU 12
3/13N OWU 20, Randolph-Macon 15
3/17 N
OWU 16, Ithaca 15
3/20 A
OWU 16, Kenyon 4
3/23 A
Michigan State 17, OWU 13
3/30 A
OWU 15, Cortland State 14
4/3
H
OWU 23, Wooster 11*
4/6
A
OWU 13, Denison 12*
4/9
H
OWU 23, Wittenberg 3*
4/13 H
OWU 17, Roanoke 11
4/20 H
OWU 12, Ohio State 9
4/27 H
OWU 16, Butler 12
4/30 A
OWU 28, Oberlin 3*
5/4
H
OWU 17, Denison 5
NCAA Division III tournament
5/12 H
OWU 16, Denison 6
5/19 A
Nazareth 17, OWU 11
1997
13-4-0, 4-1 NCAC*
Coach: Lelan Rogers
DateSite Score
3/9
A
OWU 13, Salisbury State 10
3/12 N
OWU 15, Lynchburg 4
3/16 A
Roanoke 10, OWU 5
3/19 A
OWU 23, Wittenberg 3*
3/22 A
Butler 12, OWU 11
3/26 H
OWU 18, Whittier 15
3/29 H
OWU 22, Cortland State 3
4/2
A
OWU 25, Wooster 4*
4/5
H
Denison 13, OWU 12* (OT)
4/8
H
OWU 15, Kenyon 4*
4/12 N
OWU 23, St. Lawrence 6
4/19 A
OWU 17, Denison 8
4/23 H
OWU 29, Oberlin 2*
4/26 A
OWU 17, Alfred 12
5/3
H
OWU 19, Wooster 4
NCAA Division III tournament
5/10 A
OWU 18, Denison 13
5/17 A
Nazareth 16, OWU 9
1998
14-2-0, 5-0 NCAC champion*
Coach: Lelan Rogers
DateSite Score
3/1
N
Butler 13, OWU 9
3/8NOWU 9, Hampden-Sydney 6
3/11 N
OWU 15, Lynchburg 6
3/15 N
OWU 16, New York Tech 13
3/22 H
OWU 16, Salisbury State 15
3/28 A
OWU 14, Cortland State 6
4/1
H
OWU 27, Wooster 5*
4/4
A
OWU 8, Denison 7* (N)
4/7
A
OWU 18, Kenyon 6*
4/11 H
OWU 15, Roanoke 14
4/19 H
OWU 11, Denison 8
4/22 A
OWU 23, Oberlin 9*
4/25 H
OWU 20, Alfred 8
4/30 H
OWU 30, Wittenberg 7*
NCAA Division III tournament
5/9
A
OWU 17, Washington & Lee 8
5/16 A
Nazareth 10, OWU 9
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1999
12-4-0, 4-1 NCAC*
Coach: Lelan Rogers
DateSite Score
3/7
A
Salisbury State 12, OWU 5
3/11 N
Lynchburg 9, OWU 5
3/13 N
OWU 10, Hampden-Sydney 8
3/20 H
OWU 16, Greensboro 10
3/27 H
OWU 11, Cortland State 5
4/3
H
Denison 14, OWU 9*
4/6
H
OWU 19, Kenyon 4*
4/11 A
OWU 15, Roanoke 11
4/14 A
OWU 27, Wooster 6*
4/17 A
OWU 10, Denison 9 (N)
4/21 H
OWU 28, Oberlin 1*
4/24 A
OWU 9, Alfred 8 (OT)
4/28 A
OWU 15, Wittenberg 9* (N)
5/1
N
OWU 18, Marymount 5
5/7
H
OWU 14, Oneonta State 8
NCAA Division III tournament
5/12 A
Denison 12, OWU 8
2000
14-4-0, 4-1 NCAC tri-champion*
Coach: Sean Ryan
DateSite Score
3/8
H
OWU 17, Northwood 5
3/12 A
Salisbury State 11, OWU 8
3/15 A
OWU 13, Greensboro 6
3/19 N
OWU 14, Hampden-Sydney 7
3/25 N
OWU 23, Potsdam State 10
3/26 N
OWU 19, Clarkson 6
4/1
A
OWU 12, Denison 9*
4/5
A
Kenyon 13, OWU 12* (OT)
4/9
A
OWU 17, Canisius 13
4/11 H
OWU 28, Wooster 0*
4/15 H
Denison 12, OWU 8
4/19 A
OWU 36, Oberlin 2*
4/22 H
OWU 21, Alfred 5
4/26 H
OWU 29, Wittenberg 3*
4/30 H
OWU 17, Lynchburg 7
5/6
A
OWU 19, Marymount 7
NCAA Division III tournament
5/10 A
OWU 13, Denison 10
5/15 A
Nazareth 16, OWU 8
2001
9-4-0, 5-0 NCAC champion*
Coach: Sean Ryan
DateSite Score
3/10 A
Salisbury State 3, OWU 2 (OT)
3/14 A
Gettysburg 8, OWU 7
3/17 A
Hampden-Sydney 14, OWU 13
3/24 H
OWU 20, Greensboro 3
3/31 H
OWU 11, Denison 9*
4/7
H
OWU 22, Kenyon 12*
4/10 A
OWU 23, Wooster 7*
4/14 A
Denison 13, OWU 8 (N)
4/17 A
OWU 16, Kenyon 8
4/18 H
OWU 27, Oberlin 2*
4/22 H
OWU 17, Wesley 6
4/24 A
OWU 19, Wittenberg 4* (N)
4/28 A
OWU 10, Lynchburg 9
2002
9-5-0, 4-1 NCAC*
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
ALL-TIME RESULTS
1996
13-3-0, 5-0 NCAC champion*
Coach: Sean Ryan
DateSite Score
2/24 H
OWU 15, Lynchburg 14
3/10A OWU 14, Salisbury State 13 (OT)
3/13 N
Alfred 14, OWU 13
3/16 N
Hampden-Sydney 14, OWU 8
3/23 A
Cortland State 21, OWU 9
3/30 A
Denison 13, OWU 11*
4/6
A
OWU 14, Kenyon 10*
4/9
H
OWU 15, Wooster 7*
4/13 H
OWU 20, Denison 13
4/17 A
OWU 25, Oberlin 2*
4/21 A
OWU 22, Wesley 5
4/24 H
OWU 23, Wittenberg 7*
4/27 H
Whittier 27, OWU 16
5/4
A
OWU 23, Wittenberg 14
2003
10-3-0, 5-0 NCAC champion*
Coach: Sean Ryan
DateSite Score
2/23 A
OWU 16, Lynchburg 13
3/9
A
Salisbury State 15, OWU 11
3/12 N
OWU 14, Stevens Tech 7
3/23 A
OWU 19, Cabrini 6
3/29 H
OWU 13, Denison 8*
4/5
H
OWU 16, Kenyon 13*
4/8
A
OWU 11, Wooster 4*
4/12 A
Denison 16, OWU 12
4/15 A
OWU 20, Wittenberg 0*
4/16 H
OWU 20, Oberlin 2*
4/23 H
OWU 18, Wittenberg 4
4/26 H
OWU 19, Colorado College 7
NCAA Division III tournament
5/10 A
Nazareth 15, OWU 4
2004
8-6-0, 4-1 NCAC tri-champion*
Coach: Sean Ryan
DateSite Score
2/28 H
OWU 14, Lynchburg 11
3/2
H
OWU 14, Wittenberg 9*
3/7
A
Salisbury State 19, OWU 5
3/10 A
Washington (Md.) 10, OWU 6
3/20 N
Cabrini 8, OWU 7
3/27 A
OWU 7, Denison 6*
4/3
A
OWU 10, Kenyon 5*
4/6
H
Wooster 7, OWU 5*
4/10 H
OWU 10, Denison 9
4/17 H
Whittier 15, OWU 4
4/21 A
OWU 11, Wittenberg 10* (OT) (N)
4/24H OWU 14, Colorado College 12
5/2
A
OWU 12, Oberlin 3*
5/8
A
Stevens Tech 11, OWU 10 (OT)
2005
10-4-0, 5-0 NCAC champion*
Coach: Sean Ryan
DateSite Score
2/26 A
Lynchburg 11, OWU 3
3/6
A
Salisbury 18, OWU 7
3/9
A
OWU 6, Washington (Md.) 5 (OT)
3/12 N
OWU 8, Cabrini 7
3/16 H
OWU 20, Oberlin 6*
3/26 H
OWU 14, Denison 13*
3/30 H
OWU 21, Whittier 7
4/9
A
Denison 10, OWU 9
4/13 H
OWU 16, Kenyon 2*
4/20 A
OWU 14, Wittenberg 7* (N)
4/26 A
OWU 18, Wooster 7*
4/30 A
OWU 25, Wash. & Jeff. 6 (N)
5/7
H
OWU 13, Stevens Tech 9
NCAA Division III tournament
5/14 A
Gettysburg 16, OWU 9
2006
9-6-0, 4-1 NCAC*
Coach: Sean Ryan
DateSite Score
3/7
H
Lynchburg 17, OWU 11
3/11 A
Salisbury State 21, OWU 6
3/15 N
Springfield 11, OWU 9 (N)
3/18 A
OWU 10, Greensboro 9
3/20 H
OWU 18, Eastern 4
3/22 A
OWU 13, Oberlin 1*
3/25 A
Denison 9, OWU 8* (OT)
4/1
A
OWU 8, Kenyon 7*
4/6
N
OWU 11, Whittier 10
4/16 H
OWU 14, Wooster 13* (OT)
4/19 H
OWU 13, Wittenberg 6*
4/22 H
OWU 25, Wash. & Jeff. 7
4/30 H
OWU 17, Colorado College 6
5/6
A
Stevens Tech 17, OWU 6
NCAA Division III tournament
5/10 A
Denison 10, OWU 9 (OT)
2010
10-4-0, 4-1 NCAC co-champion*
2008
10-4-0, 4-1 NCAC tri-champion*
Coach: Sean Ryan
DateSite Score
2/24 H
OWU 12, Fontbonne 1
3/4
A
Lynchburg 17, OWU 8
3/6
H
OWU 20, Oberlin 8*
3/11 A
Salisbury 21, OWU 5
3/14 A
OWU 24, Neumann 2
3/24 H
OWU 26, Mount St. Joseph 4
3/28 A
OWU 19, Wash. & Jeff. 4 (N)
3/31 H
OWU 10, Kenyon 7*
4/3
H
OWU 13, Whittier 11
4/5
H
OWU 14, St. Vincent 8
4/8
H
Stevens Tech 16, OWU 8
4/18 A
OWU 13, Wittenberg 8* (N)
4/21 A
OWU 18, Eastern 7
4/28 H
OWU 9, Denison 7*
5/3
A
OWU 10, Wooster 9*
NCAA Division III tournament
5/12 A
Roanoke 18, OWU 9
10-7-0, 3-2 NCAC*
Coach: Sean Ryan
DateSite Score
2/16 A
OWU 13, Fontbonne 6
3/2
H
Lynchburg 13, OWU 5
3/9
A
Salisbury 14, OWU 10
3/12 A
Gettysburg 12, OWU 7
3/15 A
Merchant Marine 17, OWU 13
3/26 H
OWU 26, Adrian 10
3/29 A
OWU 10, Elizabethtown 3
4/2
A
OWU 26, Oberlin 6*
4/5
A
OWU 17, St. Vincent 2
4/9
H
OWU 11, Wooster 7*
4/16 H
OWU 11, Wittenberg 7*
4/20 A
Kenyon 13, OWU 11*
4/23 A
OWU 16, Mount St. Joseph 5 (N)
4/26 H
OWU 21, Wash. & Jeff. 4
5/3
A
Denison 16, OWU 12*
NCAA Division III tournament
5/7
A
OWU 12, Kenyon 8
5/10 A
Salisbury 13, OWU 5
2009
10-5-0, 4-1 NCAC*
Coach: Sean Ryan
DateSite Score
2/20 H
OWU 26, Hendrix 1
2/22 H
OWU 17, Fontbonne 3
2/28 A
Lynchburg 9, OWU 8
3/8
A
Salisbury 15, OWU 8
3/11 A
Gettysburg 11, OWU 6
3/18 H
OWU 16, Mount St. Joseph 3
3/25 A
OWU 14, Adrian 7
4/1
H
OWU 24, Oberlin 3*
4/5
H
Denison 17, OWU 9*
4/8
H
OWU 25, St. Vincent 7
4/12 H
OWU 21, Colorado College 9
4/18 H
OWU 11, Kenyon 6*
4/29 A
OWU 11, Wooster 5*
5/2
A
OWU 13, Wittenberg 7*
NCAA Division III tournament
5/6
A
Denison 12, OWU 2
Coach: Sean Ryan
DateSite Score
2/20 A
OWU 19, Fontbonne 4
2/27 H
OWU 13, Lynchburg 10
3/9
A
Washington & Lee 9, OWU 5 (N)
3/13 A
Salisbury 16, OWU 5
3/20 H
OWU 13, Wooster 3*
3/24 A
OWU 23, Oberlin 3* (N)
3/27 A
OWU 18, Mount St. Joseph 9
4/3
A
Denison 16, OWU 13*
4/11 H
OWU 21, Adrian 8
4/14 A
OWU 21, St. Vincent 11
4/17 A
OWU 18, Kenyon 10*
4/24 H
OWU 10, Whittier 9
5/5
H
OWU 12, Wittenberg 6*
NCAA Division III tournament
5/12 A
Dickinson 7, OWU 3
ALL-TIME RESULTS
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
Sean Ryan is the Bishops' winningest
coach with 111 career victories.
2007
12-4-0, 5-0 NCAC champion*
2011
Coach: Mike Plantholt
DateSite Score
2/19 H
OWU 18, Fontbonne 2
2/26 A
Lynchburg 10, OWU 3
3/6
A
OWU 8, Wesley 7
3/12 A
Salisbury 8, OWU 4
3/16 H
OWU 20, Mount St. Joseph 7 (N)
3/23 H
OWU 17, Oberlin 3* (N)
3/26 A
OWU 18, Sewanee 8
4/2
H
Denison 12, OWU 6*
4/9
A
OWU 10, Wooster 9* (6 OT)
4/15 H
OWU 8, Kenyon 7*
4/19 H
OWU 23, St. Vincent 6 (N)
4/22 H
OWU 8, Whittier 5 (N)
4/27 A
OWU 7, Wittenberg 6* (N)
NCAA Division III tournament
5/11 A
Denison 7, OWU 6
2012
11-5-0, 3-2 NCAC*
Coach: Mike Plantholt
DateSite Score
2/25 H
OWU 17, Concordia (Wis.) 5
3/3
H
OWU 21, Washington & Jefferson 4
3/7
H
OWU 10, St. John Fisher 5
3/10 N
Salisbury 18, OWU 7
3/14 H
OWU 21, Trine 7
3/17 H
OWU 15, Aurora 3
3/21 A
OWU 12, Oberlin 3* (N)
3/24 A
OWU 18, Mount St. Joseph 5
3/31 A
Denison 12, OWU 5*
4/6
H
OWU 10, Wooster 5* (N)
4/10 A
OWU 12, Otterbein 6 (N)
4/14 A
Kenyon 11, OWU 9*
4/18 A
OWU 25, St. Vincent 9
4/25 H
OWU 14, Wittenberg 6* (N)
5/5
H
Stevenson 10, OWU 5
NCAA Division III tournament
5/9
A
Gettysburg 7, OWU 4
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Coach: Mike Plantholt
DateSite Score
2/16 H
OWU 11, Aurora 9
2/23 H
OWU 13, Concordia (Wis.) 6
2/27 H
OWU 21, Mount St. Joseph 1 (N)
3/2
H
Hampden-Sydney 9, OWU 7
3/6
H
OWU 13, Otterbein 3 (N)
3/10 A
Salisbury 4, OWU 3
3/14 A
Washington (Md.) 8, OWU 7
3/17 H
St. Mary’s (Md.) 8, OWU 7
3/20 H
OWU 24, Birmingham-Southern 4 (N)
3/23 H
OWU 16, Oberlin 1*
3/30 A
OWU 29, Hiram 2*
4/5
H
OWU 12, Kenyon 8* (N)
4/10 H
OWU 24, DePauw 2*
4/13 A
OWU 9, Wooster 5*
4/17 H
Denison 11, OWU 8* (N)
4/20 A
OWU 11, Wittenberg 3*
NCAC tournament
4/23 H
OWU 13, Wooster 9 (N)
4/27 A
OWU 10, Denison 9 (N)
NCAA Division III tournament
5/8
H
Aurora 13, OWU 9 (N)
2014
12-4-0, 6-1 NCAC*
Coach: Mike Plantholt
DateSite Score
2/19 A
OWU 21, Mount St. Joseph 2 (N)
2/22 N
OWU 10, Otterbein 5
2/26 H
OWU 14, St. Vincent 4
3/1
H
OWU 7, Aurora 5
3/9
N
Salisbury 13, OWU 7
3/12 A
OWU 11, Hampden-Sydney 7
3/15 A
Washington (Md.) 10, OWU 8
3/22 A
OWU 9, Oberlin 5*
3/29 H
OWU 25, Hiram 1*
4/5
A
OWU 9, Kenyon 8* (2 OT)
4/9
A
OWU 16, DePauw 2*
4/11 H
OWU 13, Wooster 5* (N)
4/16 A
Denison 10, OWU 9* (N)
4/19 H
OWU 16, Wittenberg 4*
NCAC tournament
4/23 H
OWU 13, Kenyon 4 (N)
4/26 A
Denison 14, OWU 5
2015
18-1-0, 8-0 NCAC champion*
Coach: Mike Plantholt
DateSite Score
2/14 N
OWU 17, Augustana (Ill). 4
2/25 A
OWU 10, Otterbein 5
2/28 N
OWU 15, Franklin & Marshall 8
3/8
A
OWU 9, Salisbury 8 (OT)
3/11 A
OWU 10, Washington (Md.) 5
3/14 H
OWU 20, Oberlin 3*
3/21 A
OWU 10, Kenyon 7*
3/24 A
OWU 23, Roanoke 6
3/28 H
OWU 30, Hiram 1*
3/31 A
OWU 18, Wittenberg 4* (N)
4/8
H
OWU 25, Wabash 1*
4/12 H
OWU 9, Denison 8*
4/15 A
OWU 19, DePauw 5*
4/18 A
OWU 13, Wooster 6*
NCAC tournament
4/22 H
OWU 15, Kenyon 3 (N)
4/25 H
OWU 9, Denison 8 (OT)
NCAA Division III tournament
5/6
H
OWU 14, Carthage 6 (N)
5/9
H
OWU 12, Albion 11
5/13 A
Gettysburg 9, OWU 5
(N) denotes night game
The 2013 Bishops won the inaugural North Coast Athletic Conference men's lacrosse tournament.
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2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
ALL-TIME RESULTS
2013
13-6-0, 6-1 NCAC*
2016 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
BISHOP RECORDS
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
3/21/1981
5/1/1990
4/4/1990
5/12/1976
3/31/1993
4/12/1997
4/19/2000
4/26/2000
4/18/2001
4/30/2006
by a midfielder:
7 Rich Eyring at Mount Union
7 Andy Rowe vs. Stevens Tech
6 Kevin Nugent vs. Williams
6 Steve Herrmann at Kenyon
6 Rich White vs. Denison
6 Noah Robertson vs. Denison
6 Dan Stroka vs. Oberlin
6 Spencer Schnell at St. Vincent
6 Kyle Foster at Mount St. Joseph
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
4/30/1983
3/12/2003
3/20/1978
4/4/1984
5/2/1987
4/24/1993
4/21/1999
4/18/2012
2/19/2014
by a long-stick:
2 Chris LeMoult vs. Nazareth
Jr.
2 Zach Gagel vs. Wooster
Sr.
2 Zach Gagel at Oberlin
Sr.
2 Alex Razzolini at Oberlin
So.
2 Alex Razzolini vs. Colorado College Jr.
2 Trent Schulte vs. Franklin & MarshallFr.
2 Trent Schulte at Roanoke
Fr.
D
D
D
D
M
M
M
3/7/1994
4/11/2000
4/19/2000
4/2/2008
4/12/2009
2/28/2015
3/24/2015
Assists
9
Mitch Borcina vs. Ohio State
9
Blair Morrison vs. Wooster
9
Rich Franz vs. Oberlin
8
Luke Tennis vs. Wittenberg
8
Bill Bishop at Oberlin
8
Andy Greaves at Oberlin
8
Colin Short at Mount St. Joseph
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
3/31/1983
4/17/1985
4/6/1988
5/10/1975
4/5/1989
3/31/1993
3/24/2012
by a midfielder:
7
Steve Herrmann at Mount Union
6
P.J. Feeney vs. Wittenberg
So. M 4/30/1983
Fr. M 5/1/1990
by a long-stick:
2
Chris LeMoult vs. Kenyon
2
Zach Gagel vs. Northwood
2
Alex Wiser vs. Potsdam State
2
Alex Wiser at Canisius
2
Zach Gagel vs. Alfred
2
Alex Wiser vs. Wittenberg
2
Austin Vandeveer at Wittenberg
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Don Sheehan
So.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Andy Greaves
D
D
M
M
D
M
M
Points
15 Andy Greaves at Oberlin
7-8 Sr. A 3/31/1993
14
Andy Greaves vs. Wittenberg
10-4 Fr. A 5/1/1990
13 Blair Morrison vs. Wooster
4-9 Sr. A 4/17/1985
13 Jason Fogelson at Oberlin
8-5 Jr. A 4/19/2000
12 Mitch Borcina at Ashland
6-6 Sr. A 4/12/1983
12 Rob Alvino at Kenyon
7-5 Fr. A 4/3/1985
12 Andy Greaves vs. Oberlin
7-5 Fr. A 4/4/1990
12 Dave Maguire vs. St. Lawrence
8-4 Jr. A 4/12/1997
12 Jason Fogelson vs. Oberlin
8-4 Sr. A 4/18/2001
12 Matt Coughlin at Wesley
6-6 Sr. A 4/20/2002
12 John Galvin at Wittenberg
8-4 Sr. A 5/4/2002
by a midfielder:
9 Steve Meinsen at Wittenberg
9 Steve Herrmann at Mount Union
9 Tim Kaiser vs. Denison
9 Dan Stroka vs. Oberlin
9 Dan Stroka at Oberlin
4-5
2-7
4-5
6-3
4-5
Fr. M
So. M
Sr. M
Jr. M
Sr. M
BISHOP RECORDS
INDIVIDUAL — GAME
Goals
10
Don Sheehan vs. Lynchburg
Sr.
10
Andy Greaves vs. Wittenberg
Fr.
9 Greg Sullivan vs. Oberlin
Jr.
8 John Hildebrand vs. Kutztown State Sr.
8 Rich Flynn at Oberlin
Jr.
8 Dave Maguire vs. St. Lawrence
Jr.
8 Jason Fogelson at Oberlin
Jr.
8 Jason Fogelson vs. Wittenberg
Jr.
8 Jason Fogelson vs. Oberlin
Sr.
8 John Schlegel at Wash. & Jeff.
Sr.
4/27/1974
4/30/1983
5/4/1996
4/21/1999
4/19/2000
by a long-stick:
3 Zach Gagel vs. Wooster
2-1 Sr. D 4/11/2000
3 Trent Schulte at Roanoke
2-1 Fr. M 3/24/2015
2 many times, most recently:
Trent Schulte vs. Franklin & Marshall 2-0 Fr. M 2/28/2015
Saves
35
Jim Ginsburg vs. Oberlin
33 Jim Ginsburg at Oberlin
30 Kevin McGurn at Denison
29 Thorpe Mitchell vs. Oberlin
28 Tom Harper at Bowling Green (2 OT)
Fr.
Fr.
So.
So.
Sr.
4/13/1963
5/18/1963
5/10/1997
5/10/1958
4/15/1967
3/22/1995
3/8/2000
3/26/2000
4/9/2000
4/22/2000
4/26/2000
4/15/2003
Rich Eyring
Steve Herrmann
Kevin McGurn
39
16g
16g
17g
17g
18g
1981
1996
1997
1995
2000
Mitch Borcina
Jason Fogelson
Mitch Borcina
Blair Morrison
Dave Maguire
50-55
62-38
47-47
33-61
64-30
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
A
A
A
A
A
37-31
30-31
37-23
33-26
34-24
42-16
Sr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
So.
So.
M
M
M
M
M
M
7-10
1-11
3-7
7-3
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
D
M
D
M
by a midfielder:
44 Andy Rowe
43 Pat Bassett
42 Spencer Schnell
40 Charlie Blanchard
40 Andy Rowe
Jr.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
Sr.
M
M
M
M
M
14g
16g
16g
16g
13g
2002
2012
2012
1988
2003
by a midfielder:
68 Dan Stroka
61 Chris Eccles
60 Chris Eccles
59 Dan Stroka
58 Dan Stroka
58 Spencer Schnell
by a long-stick:
7 Zach Gagel
7 Trent Schulte
5 Austin Vandeveer
5 Alex Razzolini
Sr.
Fr.
Jr.
Jr.
D
M
M
M
18g
19g
12g
15g
2000
2015
2003
2009
by a long-stick:
17 Zach Gagel
12 Alex Wiser
10 Chris LeMoult
10 Trent Schulte
Assists
61
Blair Morrison
55
Mitch Borcina
52
Mitch Borcina
51
Andy Stringer
51
Luke Tennis
Sr.
Sr.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
A
A
A
A
A
18g
20g
16g
15g
14g
1985
1983
1981
1973
1975
Saves
263 David Sprague
241 Kevin McGurn
239 Jim Ginsburg
227 Rich Flynn
217 Roy Bumsted
by a midfielder:
31 Dan Stroka
31 Chris Eccles
26 Dan Stroka
25 Kevin Finneran
24
Dan Stroka
24
Kyle Foster
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
Jr.
M
M
M
M
M
M
17g
16g
16g
16g
16g
16g
2000
2007
1999
1989
1998
2014
by a long-stick:
11
Alex Wiser
10
Zach Gagel
7 Chris LeMoult
Sr. M 18g 2000
Sr. D 18g 2000
Sr. D 16g 1995
Darren McGurn
40
A
A
A
A
A
Points
105
100
94
94
94
Andy Rowe
Saves Percentage
.728 Tom Baran
.726 Dan O’Neill
.695 Bill Graf
.693 Roy Bumsted
.688 Bob McDonald
Zach Gagel
203 saves
119 saves
216 saves
217 saves
159 saves
Blair Morrison
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Sr.
Sr.
76 goals
45 goals
95 goals
96 goals
72 goals
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BISHOP RECORDS
INDIVIDUAL — SEASON
Goals
64 Don Sheehan
Sr.
64 Dave Maguire
So.
64 Dave Maguire
Jr.
63 Darren McGurn
Fr.
62 Jason Fogelson
Jr.
20g
18g
15g
18g
17g
1983
2000
1982
1985
1997
17g
16g
15g
16g
16g
16g
2000
2007
2006
1999
1998
2012
18g
18g
16g
19g
2000
2000
1995
2015
17g
17g
11g
17g
14g
1995
1997
1966
1991
1971
15g
17g
11g
14g
15g
Alex Wiser
1969
1985
1973
1971
1984
INDIVIDUAL — CAREER
Dave Maguire
Darren McGurn
John Schlegel
John Hildebrand
Don Sheehan
by a midfielder:
132 Dan Stroka
102 Spencer Schnell
100 Andy Rowe
99 Chris Eccles
92 Rich White
by a long-stick:
8 Chris LeMoult
8 Zach Gagel
8 Austin Vandeveer
Assists
175 Mitch Borcina
137 Rob Alvino
128 Luke Tennis
111 Andy Stringer
110 Bill Bishop
110 Jason Fogelson
A
A
A
A
A
M
M
M
M
M
D
D
M
A
A
A
A
A
A
53-64-64-44
63-48-35-40
41-33-34-59
35-37-38-52
10-33-52-64
28-34-33-37
20-42-28-12
1-15-44-40
14-37-30-18
9-11-36-36
1995-98
1995-98
2002-05
1973-76
1978-81
1997-2000
2011-14
2000-03
2005-08
1984-87
0-1-4-3
1992-95
0-0-1-7 1996-97,99-2000
1-1-5-1
2001-04
21-52-47-55
38-38-37-24
8-28-51-41
20-14-26-51
15-26-42-27
7-29-38-36
by a midfielder:
94 Dan Stroka
84 Chris Eccles
57 Chuck Narwicz
54 Kyle Foster
52 Michael Long
M
M
M
M
M
by a long-stick:
16 Alex Wiser
12 Zach Gagel
11 Chris LeMoult
M
D
D
John Hildebrand
Dan Stroka
13-24-26-31
7-23-31-23
9-12-15-21
-13-24-17
3- 8-22-19
1980-83
1985-88
1973-76
1970-73
1989-92
1998-2001
1997-2000
2005-08
1974-77
2013-15
2000-03
Points
321
314
290
274
259
Dave Maguire
Mitch Borcina
Darren McGurn
Rob Alvino
John Schlegel
A
A
A
A
A
74-85-94-68
31-84-94-105
83-81-64-61
82-69-61-62
64-59-54-82
by a midfielder:
226 Dan Stroka
183 Chris Eccles
148 Spencer Schnell
144 Chuck Narwicz
132 Kyle Foster
M
M
M
M
M
41-58-59-68
21-60-61-41
24-58-42-24
28-37-38-41
-41-47-44
by a long-stick:
20 Zach Gagel
19 Chris LeMoult
17 Alex Wiser
D
D
M
Saves
754 Jim Ginsburg
667 David Sprague
585 Ryan McMahon
581 Rich Flynn
541 Paul McCommons
Saves Percentage
.697 Dan O’Neill
.687 Bob McDonald
.679 Jim Schwartz
.648 Tom Edmonds
.640 Kevin McGurn
1995-98
1980-83
1995-98
1985-88
2002-05
1997-2000
2005-08
2011-14
1974-77
2013-15
BISHOP RECORDS
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Goals
225
186
167
162
159
0-2-1-17 1996-97,99-2000
0-3-6-10
1992-95
0-0-5-12
1997-2000
190-159-239-166
16-174-263-214
165-134-137-149
7-152-195-227
87-135-165-154
463 saves
412 saves
285 saves
316 saves
481 saves
201 goals
188 goals
135 goals
172 goals
270 goals
1963-66
1993-96
2012-15
1988-91
2002-05
1984-87
1983-86
1987-89
1981-83
1996-98
0-0-5-11
1997-2000
0-2-0-10 1996-97,99-2000
0-2-2-7
1992-95
Mitch Borcina
Chris LeMoult
Jim Ginsburg
41
BISHOP STAT LEADERS
TEAM — GAME
Goals: 36 at Oberlin, 4/19/2000
Goals, First Quarter: 14 vs. DePauw, 4/10/2013
Goals, Second Quarter: 13 vs. Wooster, 4/11/2000
Goals, Third Quarter: 12 vs. St. Lawrence, 4/12/1997
Goals, Fourth Quarter: 13 vs. Wittenberg, 5/1/1990
Goals, Both Teams: 43 vs. Whittier (16-27), 4/27/2002
Fewest Goals: 1 at Denison, 4/11/1964;
at Oberlin, 4/18/1964;
at Duke, 3/20/1969;
at Duke, 3/23/1971
Fewest Goals, Both Teams: 3 at Oberlin (2-1), 5/14/1966
Assists: 23 vs. Oberlin (on 29 goals scored), 4/23/1997;
vs. Oberlin (on 27 goals scored), 4/18/2001;
at Oberlin (on 25 goals scored), 4/17/2002
Goals Allowed: 27 vs. Whittier, 4/27/2002
Shutouts: vs. Kenyon, 4/28/1961;
vs. William & Mary, 3/22/1969;
vs. Plymouth State, 4/10/1969;
vs. Oberlin, 4/12/1975;
vs. Michigan State, 4/22/1978;
vs. Ohio State, 4/11/1987;
vs. Wooster, 4/11/2000;
at Wittenberg, 4/15/2003
Winning Margin: 34 at Oberlin (36-2), 4/19/2000
Losing Margin: 21 at Denison (1-22), 4/11/1964
YearGoals
1958 Bob McCoy....................15
1959 John Cain......................10
1960 not available
1961 Bill Bishop....................30
1962 Jeff Fox.........................28
1963 Jeff Fox.........................22
1964 not available
1965 Jim Skiff.......................25
1966 John Karassik...............23
1967 Barry White...................19
1968 records incomplete
1969 Barry White...................23
1970 Don Wright....................16
1971 Jim Lips........................20
1972 Tom Cowie....................21
1973 John Hildebrand............35
1974 John Hildebrand............37
1975 John Hildebrand............38
1976 John Hildebrand............52
1977 Ned Walls.....................35
1978 Ned Walls.....................35
1979 not available
1980 Don Sheehan................52
1981 Don Sheehan................64
1982 Mitch Borcina...............47
1983 Mitch Borcina...............50
1984 Blair Morrison...............35
1985 Rob Alvino....................44
1986 Rich White....................36
1987 Charlie Blanchard........40
1988 Rob Alvino....................38
1989 Dan Hannan.................38
1990 Ringers, Arfin................28
1991 Rich Franz....................48
1992 Andy Greaves................36
1993 Andy Greaves................47
1994 Glenn Cahaly................40
1995 Darren McGurn.............63
1996 Dave Maguire...............64
1997 Dave Maguire...............64
1998 Dave Maguire...............44
1999 Dan Stroka....................33
2000 Jason Fogelson.............62
2001 Jason Fogelson.............43
2002 Coughlin, Schlegel........41
2003 Frank Bedford...............41
2004 John Schlegel................34
2005 John Schlegel................59
2006 Chris Eccles..................37
2007 Dave Castignola...........38
2008 Nick Gallagher..............42
2009 Rob Young....................33
2010 Chaz Narwicz................32
2011 Bassett, Short...............24
2012 Pat Bassett...................43
2013 Casey Helms.................35
2014 John Umbach................46
2015 John Umbach................37
TEAM — SEASON
Goals: 314 (18 games), 2000
Goals/Game: 17.7 (283 in 16 games), 1981
Goals/Game, Regular Season: 18.7 (206 in 11 games), 1993
Assists: 221 (19 games), 1985
Fewest Goals Allowed: 66 (10 games), 1961
Fewest Goals Allowed/Game: 4.8 (92 in 19 games), 1985
Most Goals Allowed: 178 (17 games), 1991
Most Goals Allowed, Regular Season: 174 (14 games), 2002
Most Goals Allowed/Game: 13.0 (117 in 9 games), 1958
VICTORY RECORDS
Victories, Season: 18 (20 games), 1983; (19 games), 2015
Victories, Regular Season: 17 (18 games), 1983 and 1985
Fewest Defeats, Season: 1 (19 games), 2015
Fewest Defeats, Regular Season: 0 (14 games), 2015
Defeats, Regular Season: 9 (13 games), 1964; (13 games), 1965
Winning Percentage, Season: .947 (18-1), 2015
Winning Percentage, Regular Season: 1.000 (14-0), 2015
Consecutive Victories: 18 (1st-18th games), 2015
Consecutive Victories, Start of Season: 18 (1st-18th games), 2015
Consecutive Victories, MLA games: 44, 1987-92
Consecutive Victories, NCAC games: 34, 1987-94
Consecutive Defeats: 8 (1st-8th games), 1958
Consecutive Defeats, Start of Season: 8 (1st-8th games), 1958
Consecutive Winning Seasons: 42, 1972-2013
Consecutive MLA Titles: 6, 1987-92
Consecutive NCAC Titles: 7, 1987-93
Consecutive NCAA Division III Playoff Berths: 9, 2005-13
Total NCAA Division III Playoff Berths: 28
Total NCAA Playoff Berths: 33
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BISHOP RECORDS
BISHOP TEAM RECORDS
Assists
Points
Bob McCoy................. 8 Bob McCoy................. 23
Russ Wilson............. 11 Russ Wilson............... 16
Kenneth Boster......... 10 Bill Bishop................. 36
Kenneth Boster......... 16 Boster, Fox................. 31
Frank Schneider......... 9 Jeff Fox...................... 28
Dan Milton................. 8 Jim Skiff.................... 28
Barry White.............. 11 Barry White................ 30
Barney Apel.............. 12 Barry White................ 30
Dave Garman........... 19
Andy Stringer........... 20
Rich Seiler................ 17
Andy Stringer........... 26
Andy Stringer........... 51
Luke Tennis.............. 28
Luke Tennis.............. 51
Luke Tennis.............. 41
Dan Gleason............. 27
Ned Walls................. 31
Barry White................ 37
Andy Stringer............. 30
Andy Stringer............. 33
Andy Stringer............. 39
Andy Stringer............. 74
Luke Tennis............... 42
Luke Tennis............... 64
Luke Tennis............... 68
Dan Gleason.............. 58
Ned Walls.................. 66
Mark Goldsmith........ 32
Mitch Borcina........... 52
Mitch Borcina........... 47
Mitch Borcina........... 55
Morrison, Guinan...... 20
Blair Morrison.......... 61
Rob Alvino................ 38
Rob Alvino................ 37
Rob Alvino................ 24
Gary Rinaldi............. 44
Paul Sclafani........... 27
Rich Franz................ 45
Bill Bishop............... 27
Andy Greaves........... 36
Glenn Cahaly............ 17
Dave Maguire........... 21
Darren McGurn......... 33
Maguire, D.McGurn.. 30
Maguire, Stroka........ 24
Jason Fogelson......... 29
Jason Fogelson......... 38
Jason Fogelson......... 36
Matt Coughlin.......... 45
John Schlegel........... 26
Jarred Law................ 22
John Schlegel........... 23
Chris Eccles............. 23
Chris Eccles............. 31
Harrison Iuliano....... 24
Karl Zimmerman...... 15
Gavin Cunningham.... 19
Shaun Crow.............. 21
Colin Short............... 43
Colin Short............... 38
K.Foster, Helms........ 24
Marcus Dietz............ 31
Marc McCarthy.......... 62
Mark Goldsmith......... 93
Mitch Borcina............ 94
Mitch Borcina.......... 105
Blair Morrison............ 55
Blair Morrison............ 94
Rob Alvino................. 69
Rob Alvino................. 61
Rob Alvino................. 62
Gary Rinaldi.............. 67
Paul Sclafani............. 48
Rich Franz................. 93
Andy Greaves............. 51
Andy Greaves............. 83
Glenn Cahaly............. 57
Darren McGurn.......... 83
Dave Maguire............ 85
Dave Maguire............ 94
Dave Maguire............ 68
Dan Stroka................ 59
Jason Fogelson........ 100
Jason Fogelson.......... 79
Matt Coughlin........... 86
Frank Bedford............ 63
John Schlegel............ 54
John Schlegel............ 82
Chris Eccles.............. 60
Chris Eccles.............. 61
Nick Gallagher........... 61
Rob Young................. 46
Chaz Narwicz............. 50
Colin Short................ 42
Colin Short................ 64
Colin Short................ 61
John Umbach............. 59
Marcus Dietz............. 67
1961
Max Urick, Sr., M.....................................2
1966
Jim Skiff, Sr., M........................................2
1971
1980
Kevin Nugent, Jr., M................................1
Eugene Healy, Sr., D................................2
Marc McCarthy, Sr., A.............................2
1981
Rich Seiler, Jr., M.....................................1
Kevin Nugent, Sr., M...............................3
Don Sheehan, Sr., A................................3
1972
1982
Rich Seiler, Sr., M................................... H
1974
Steve Meinsen, Fr., M..............................3
Bob Sargent, So., M................................ H
1975
Charlie Louria, Sr., M..............................3
Mitch Borcina, Jr., A............................... H
1983
John Gower, Sr., M...................................1
Mitch Borcina, Sr., A...............................2
Chip Peter, Sr., D.....................................3
Bob Sargent, Jr., M...................................2
Steve Meinsen, So., M.............................3
John Hildebrand, Jr., A........................... H
1984
1976
1985
Bob Sargent, Sr., M..................................1
(Coll. Div. Midfielder of Year)
John Hildebrand, Sr., A...........................3
Steve Meinsen, Jr., M..............................3
1977
Dan Gleason, Jr., A..................................1
Steve Meinsen, Sr., M.............................3
1978
Blair Morrison, Jr., A...............................3
Bob Knowles, Sr., M................................2
Blair Morrison, Sr., A..............................3
Steve Herrmann, Sr., M......................... H
1986
Nick Paglino, Sr., D..................................2
Rob Alvino, So., A....................................3
Dan O’Neill, Jr., G....................................3
Toby Boucher, So., M............................. H
1987
Rob Alvino, Jr., A......................................1
Charlie Blanchard, Jr., M........................1
(Div. III Midfielder of Year)
Toby Boucher, Jr., M................................1
Dan O’Neill, Sr., G...................................1
(Div. III Goalie of Year)
Rich White, Sr., M...................................3
Mike James, Sr., A................................... H
1988
Rob Alvino, Sr., A.....................................1
Charlie Blanchard, Sr., M.......................1
Toby Boucher, Sr., M...............................1
(Div. III Midfielder of Year)
Chris Goss, Sr., D.....................................1
Steve Schluter, Sr., DM...........................2
Jim Schwartz, Jr., G.................................2
Mike Warnes, So., D................................2
BISHOP ALL-AMERICANS
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ALL-AMERICANS
BISHOP ALL-AMERICANS
1989
Jim Dempsey, Sr., D................................1
(Div. III Defenseman of Year)
Kevin Finneran, Sr., M............................1
(Div. III Midfielder of Year)
Rich Flynn, So., G....................................2
Ken Knapp, Jr., LSM................................2
Gary Rinaldi, So., A................................ H
Neil Ringers, So., M................................ H
Mike Warnes, Jr., D................................ H
1990
Ken Knapp, Sr., LSM...............................1
Mike Warnes, Sr., D.................................1
Rich Flynn, Jr., G......................................2
Chris Morton, Sr., D................................2
Neil Ringers, Jr., M..................................2
Brian Kingston, Sr., D.............................3
Dan Gleason, Sr., A................................ H
1979
Kevin Nugent, So., A...............................3
Peter Zonino, Sr., G................................ H
Max Urick
Jim Skiff
Rich Seiler
Bob Sargent
Steve Meinsen
John Hildebrand
Dan Gleason
Kevin Nugent
Rob Alvino
Dan O’Neill
43
Neil Ringers, Sr., M.................................1
(Div. III Midfielder of Year)
Rich Flynn, Sr., G.....................................1
(Div. III Goalie of Year)
Rich Franz, Sr., A.....................................2
Kevin Wall, Jr., D.....................................2
Tim James, So., M....................................3
Bill Bishop, Jr., A..................................... H
Kim Hall, Sr., M...................................... H
1992
Kevin Wall, Sr., D....................................2
Bill Bishop, Sr., A.................................... H
Andy Greaves, Jr., A............................... H
1993
Dave Breslin, Sr., G.................................1
(Div. III Goalie of Year)
Andy Greaves, Sr., A...............................1
Mike Tiedemann, Sr., D..........................1
Paul Cosgrove, Sr., D...............................2
Jed Cronin, Sr., A.....................................2
Theron Foley, Jr., M.................................2
Tim James, Sr., M....................................2
Mark Hallinan, Jr., D.............................. H
1994
Theron Foley, Sr., M............................... H
Mark Hallinan, Sr., D............................. H
Chris LeMoult, Jr., D.............................. H
1995
Chris LeMoult, Sr., D...............................1
Tim Kaiser, Jr., M.....................................2
Darren McGurn, Fr., A............................3
David Sprague, Jr., G...............................3
Michael Benedetti, Sr., D....................... H
Peter Galgano, Sr., D.............................. H
Jim Loffredo, Sr., M................................ H
44
1996
Tim Kaiser, Sr., M....................................1
Dave Maguire, So., A...............................1
Darren McGurn, So., A...........................1
David Sprague, Sr., G............................. H
1997
Dave Maguire, Jr., A................................1
(Div. III Attacker of Year)
Darren McGurn, Jr., A.............................1
J.C.Koch, Sr., M........................................ H
Kevin McGurn, Jr., G.............................. H
2002
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1991
Matt Coughlin, Sr., A............................. H
Andy Rowe, Jr., M................................... H
2003
Frank Bedford, Sr., A.............................. H
Michael Long, Sr., M.............................. H
Andy Rowe, Sr., M.................................. H
John Schlegel, So., A.............................. H
Austin Vandeveer, Jr., LSM.................... H
2004
John Schlegel, Jr., A................................ H
Austin Vandeveer, Sr., LSM................... H
1998
Dave Maguire, Sr., A...............................1
Darren McGurn, Sr., A............................1
(Div. III Player, Attacker of Year)
Dan Stroka, So., M..................................1
Kevin McGurn, Sr., G..............................2
David Auch, So., D................................. H
T.R. Ludwig, Sr., M.................................. H
Josh Whichard, Sr., M............................ H
1999
2005
John Schlegel, Sr., A................................2
Brian Small, Sr., M................................. H
2006
Chris Eccles, So., M................................ H
2007
Chris Eccles, Jr., M...................................3
Zach Gagel, Jr., D.....................................3
Dan Stroka, Jr., M....................................3
David Auch, Jr., D................................... H
Scott Jackson, Fr., M.............................. H
2000
2008
Chris Eccles, Sr., M................................. H
2010
Chaz Narwicz, Sr., A.............................. H
Zach Gagel, Sr., D....................................1
Jason Fogelson, Jr., A...............................2
Dan Stroka, Sr., M...................................2
David Auch, Sr., D.................................. H
Scott Jackson, So., M.............................. H
2001
Jason Fogelson, Sr., A..............................2
Andrew Durniat, Sr., D.......................... H
2011
Tony D’Abarno, Sr., D............................ H
1............................................first team
2........................................second team
3........................................... third team
H.............................honorable mention
Toby Boucher
Charlie Blanchard
Mike Warnes
Jim Dempsey
Kevin Finneran
Rich Flynn
Neil Ringers
Dave Breslin
Dave Maguire
Darren McGurn
Spencer Schnell, Jr., M........................... H
Colin Short, Sr., A................................... H
2014
Kyle Foster, Jr., M.................................... H
Ryan McMahon, Jr., G............................ H
2015
Marcus Dietz, Jr., A.................................2
Ryan McMahon, Sr., G............................2
Kyle Foster, Sr., M....................................3
Brendan Bouchard, Sr., M..................... H
NORTH-SOUTH
ALL-STAR GAME
1961
1962
1966
1971
1972
1975
1977
1978
1979
1981
1983
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
Max Urick, M
Dick Fahrney, M
Jim Ginsburg, G
Jim Lips, M
Rich Seiler, M
Tom Cowie, A
Steve Meinsen, M
Dan Gleason, A
Marc McCarthy, A
Kevin Nugent, M
Mitch Borcina, A
Chip Peter, D
Doug Hathaway, D
Blair Morrison, A
Rich White, M
Mike James, A
Dan O’Neill, G
Rob Alvino, A
Toby Boucher, M
Kevin Finneran, M
Ken Knapp, DM
Mike Warnes, D
Rich Flynn, G
Rich Franz, A
Kim Hall, M
Neil Ringers, M
Kevin Wall, D
Paul Cosgrove, D
Glenn Cahaly, A
Theron Foley, M
Mark Hallinan, D
Chris LeMoult, D
Tim Kaiser, M
David Sprague, G
J.C. Koch, M
Vince McGeehan, A
Mike Szabo, M
Dan Stroka
1998
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2010
2011
2013
2014
2015
Dave Maguire, A
Darren McGurn, A
Kevin McGurn, G
David Auch, D
Zach Gagel, D
Dan Stroka, M
Jason Fogelson, A
Andrew Durniat, D
Sean Norris, M
Matt Coughlin, A
Frank Bedford, A
Michael Long, M
Andy Rowe, M
Austin Vandeveer, LSM
John Schlegel, A
Brian Small, M
Ricky Scheetz, M
Tony D’Abarno, D
Colin Short, A
Spencer Schnell, M
Ryan McMahon, G
ALL-MIDWEST
LACROSSE ASSOCIATION
1958
Thorpe Mitchell, So., G...........................1
Bob McCoy, Sr., A.....................................2
Bill Mitchell, So., M.................................2
Don Van Dyke, Jr., D...............................2
1959
Don Van Dyke, Sr., D..............................1
Thorpe Mitchell, Jr., G............................2
Doug Schmidt, Sr., A...............................2
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1960
Paul Fox, Fr., A.........................................2
Phil Roos, Sr., D.......................................2
Max Urick, Jr., M......................................2
1961
Bill Bishop, Sr., A.....................................1
Jay Farrar, Sr., D.......................................1
Max Urick, Sr., M.....................................1
Lee Abernathy, Sr., D..............................2
Tom Howell, Sr., M..................................2
Ken Boster, Jr., A..................................... H
Terry Dougherty, Jr., G........................... H
Jack Orin, Sr., M...................................... H
1962
Dick Ellenberger, Sr., D...........................1
Dick Fahrney, Sr., M................................1
Jeff Fox, Jr., A...........................................1
Ken Boster, Sr., A.....................................2
Terry Dougherty, Sr., G...........................2
Yale Gutnick, So., D............................... H
Karl Haecker, Jr., M................................ H
Mike Moss, So., A................................... H
1963
Carlton Albright, Sr., M..........................1
Jeff Fox, Sr., A..........................................2
Ed Anderson, Sr., D................................ H
Bill Geiger, Sr., M.................................... H
Yale Gutnick, Jr., D................................. H
1964
Russ Geiger, So., M..................................2
Jim Ginsburg, So., G............................... H
Yale Gutnick, Sr., D................................ H
Bob Schauer, Jr., A.................................. H
Jim Skiff, So., M...................................... H
Jack Wingate, Sr., D................................ H
Dave Yates, So., D.................................. H
1965
Jim Ginsburg, Jr., G..................................1
Bob Schauer, Sr., A..................................1
Dan Schipfer, Sr., D.................................1
Jim Skiff, Jr., M.........................................1
John Schlegel
Chris Eccles
45
Jim Ginsburg, Sr., G.................................1
Jim Skiff, Sr., M........................................1
Barney Apel, Jr., M..................................2
Tom Trumble, So., D...............................2
Barry White, Fr., A...................................2
Dave Yates, Sr., D................................... H
Barney Apel, Sr., M.................................1
Barry White, So., A..................................1
Tom Trumble, Jr., D.................................2
John Hildebrand, Sr., A...........................1
Scott Keen, Sr., G....................................1
Steve Meinsen, Jr., M..............................1
Chuck Narwicz, Jr., M.............................1
Bob Sargent, Sr., M..................................1
Luke Tennis, Sr., A..................................1
Dan Gleason, So., A................................2
Jack Spataro, Fr., M.................................2
Brian Kingston, So., D............................ H
Tom Obrecht, Jr., D................................ H
Steve Perkins, Jr., D................................ H
1968
1977
1967
Barry White, Jr., A...................................1
Steve Jackson, So., D...............................2
1969
Barry White, Sr., A-M..............................1
Dave Garman, So., A...............................2
Steve Jackson, Jr., D................................2
Bill Long, Sr., M.......................................2
1970
Steve Jackson, Sr., D...............................2
Andy Stringer, Fr., A................................2
Rich Seiler, So., M................................... H
1971
Jim Lips, Sr., M.........................................1
Rich Seiler, Jr., M.....................................1
Steve Richards, Jr., D...............................2
1972
Rich Seiler, Sr., M....................................1
Tom Peyton, Sr., M..................................2
Steve Richards, Sr., D..............................2
Bill Faulkner, Sr., D................................ H
1973
Tom Kivney, Sr., M..................................1
Ed Close, Sr., D........................................2
Andy Stringer, Sr., A...............................2
1974
John Hildebrand, So., A..........................1
Steve Meinsen, Fr., M..............................1
Bob Sargent, So., M.................................1
Steve Corrigan, Sr., D..............................2
Chuck Narwicz, Fr., M............................2
Tom Cowie, Jr., A.................................... H
Charlie Hartigan, Jr., M......................... H
Tom Hughes, Sr., M................................ H
Garry Switala, Jr., A............................... H
Luke Tennis, So., A................................. H
1975
John Hildebrand, Jr., A............................1
Steve Meinsen, So., M.............................1
Chuck Narwicz, So., M...........................1
Bob Sargent, Jr., M...................................1
Luke Tennis, Jr., A...................................2
Pete Tracy, Sr., D......................................2
John Bremermann, So., M..................... H
Garry Switala, Sr., A............................... H
46
1976
Dan Gleason, Jr., A..................................1
Steve Meinsen, Sr., M.............................1
Chuck Narwicz, Sr., M............................1
Ned Walls, Fr., A......................................1
Kevin Nugent, Fr., M...............................2
Brian Welch, Sr., D..................................2
Tom Obrecht, Sr., D............................... H
1978
Keith Blaney, Sr., M.................................1
Craig Ferrer, Sr., A...................................1
Dan Gleason, Sr., A.................................1
Brian Kingston, Sr., D.............................1
Marc McCarthy, So., A............................1
Jim Reis, Sr., M.........................................1
Peter Zonino, Jr., G..................................1
1979
Brock Collins, So., D................................1
Jeff Farnham, Sr., D................................1
Marc McCarthy, Jr., A..............................1
Kevin Nugent, So., M..............................1
Peter Zonino, Sr., G.................................1
Marc Connor, Jr., M................................ H
Ned Walls, Sr., A..................................... H
1980
Rick Boyle, Jr., M......................................1
Mort Bouchard, Sr., D.............................1
Brock Collins, Jr., D.................................1
Marc Connor, Sr., M................................1
John Gower, So., M..................................1
Eugene Healy, Sr., D................................1
Marc McCarthy, Sr., A.............................1
Kevin Nugent, Jr., M................................1
Don Sheehan, Jr., A.................................1
1981
Rick Boyle, Sr., M.....................................1
Brock Collins, Sr., D................................1
Mark Goldsmith, Sr., A...........................1
Kevin Nugent, Sr., M...............................1
Don Sheehan, Sr., A................................1
Mitch Borcina, So., A..............................2
Howie Lessel, Sr., M................................2
Erik McWilliams, Sr., D...........................2
Tim Tuttle, Sr., M.....................................2
1982
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1966
Mitch Borcina, Jr., A................................1
John Gower, Jr., M....................................1
Charlie Louria, Sr., M..............................1
Chip Peter, Jr., D......................................1
1983
Mitch Borcina, Sr., A...............................1
Rich Eyring, So., M..................................1
John Gower, Sr., M...................................1
Chris Healy, Jr., M....................................1
Chip Peter, Sr., D.....................................1
Tom Gilday, Sr., D....................................2
Steve Herrmann, So., M.........................2
1984
Rocky Donnino, Sr., D.............................1
Chris Healy, Sr., M...................................1
Steve Herrmann, Jr., M...........................1
Bob McDonald, So., G.............................1
Blair Morrison, Jr., A...............................1
Bob Knowles, Jr., M.................................2
Peter Schluter, Sr., D...............................2
Jack Guinan, Sr., A................................. H
1985
Doug Hathaway, Sr., D............................1
Steve Herrmann, Sr., M..........................1
Bob Knowles, Sr., M................................1
Blair Morrison, Sr., A..............................1
Tim Hoffman, Jr., D.................................2
Dan O’Neill, So., G..................................2
Mike James, So., A.................................. H
Nick Paglino, Jr., M................................. H
1986
Rob Alvino, So., A....................................1
Toby Boucher, So., M..............................1
Tim Hoffman, Sr., D................................1
Nick Paglino, Sr., D..................................1
Rich White, Jr., M....................................1
Craig Hall, Jr., M......................................2
Mike James, Jr., A....................................2
Dan O’Neill, Jr., G....................................2
1987
Rob Alvino, Jr., A......................................1
Charlie Blanchard, Jr., M........................1
Toby Boucher, Jr., M................................1
Lou Corrao, Sr., DM.................................1
Chris Goss, Jr., D......................................1
Mike James, Sr., A....................................1
Dan O’Neill, Sr., G...................................1
(MLA Player of Year)
Mike Warnes, Fr., D.................................1
Rich White, Sr., M...................................1
1988
Rob Alvino, Sr., A.....................................1
(MLA Player of Year)
Charlie Blanchard, Sr., M.......................1
Toby Boucher, Sr., M...............................1
Chris Goss, Sr., D.....................................1
Steve Schluter, Sr., DM...........................1
Mike Warnes, So., D................................1
Jim Schwartz, Jr., G.................................2
Neil Ringers, Fr., M................................. H
Jim Dempsey, Sr., D................................1
Kevin Finneran, Sr., M............................1
(MLA Player of Year)
Rich Flynn, So., G....................................1
Gary Rinaldi, So., A.................................1
Neil Ringers, So., M.................................1
Mike Warnes, Jr., D.................................1
Dean Denison, So., M.............................2
Dan Hannan, Sr., A.................................2
Ken Knapp, Jr., DM..................................2
1990
Rich Flynn, Jr., G......................................1
Ken Knapp, Sr., DM.................................1
(MLA Player of Year)
Neil Ringers, Jr., M..................................1
Paul Sclafani, Sr., A.................................1
Mike Warnes, Sr., D.................................1
Kim Hall, Jr., M........................................2
Chris Morton, Sr., D................................2
Kevin Wall, So., D....................................2
Mike Arfin, Jr., A..................................... H
1991
1990
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ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
1985
Doug Hathaway, Sr., D............................1
Steve Herrmann, Sr., M..........................1
Tim Hoffman, Jr., D.................................1
Bob Knowles, Sr., M................................1
Blair Morrison, Sr., A..............................1
Craig Hall, So., M....................................2
Mike James, So., A...................................2
Dan O’Neill, So., G..................................2
Rob Alvino, So., A....................................1
Toby Boucher, So., M..............................1
Craig Hall, Jr., M......................................1
Tim Hoffman, Sr., D................................1
Mike James, Jr., A....................................1
Nick Paglino, Sr., D..................................1
Rich White, Jr., M....................................1
Dan O’Neill, Jr., G....................................2
1987
1992
Rich Flynn, Sr., G.....................................1
Rich Franz, Sr., A.....................................1
(MLA Player of Year)
Tim James, So., M....................................1
Neil Ringers, Sr., M.................................1
Kevin Wall, Jr., D.....................................1
Bill Bishop, Jr., A......................................2
Kim Hall, Sr., M.......................................2
Mike Tiedemann, So., D.........................2
1992
1988
Dan O’Neill
Rob Alvino, Sr., A.....................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Charlie Blanchard, Sr., M.......................1
Toby Boucher, Sr., M...............................1
Chris Goss, Sr., D.....................................1
Steve Schluter, Sr., DM...........................1
Jim Schwartz, Jr., G.................................1
Mike Warnes, So., D................................1
Neil Ringers, Fr., M..................................2
1989
Jim Dempsey, Sr., D................................1
Kevin Finneran, Sr., M............................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Rich Flynn, So., G....................................1
Dan Hannan, Sr., A.................................1
Gary Rinaldi, So., A.................................1
Neil Ringers, So., M.................................1
Mike Warnes, Jr., D.................................1
Dean Denison, So., M.............................2
Ken Knapp, Jr., DM..................................2
Rob Alvino
1991
Bill Bishop, Jr., A......................................1
Rich Flynn, Sr., G.....................................1
Rich Franz, Sr., A.....................................1
Kim Hall, Sr., M.......................................1
Tim James, So., M....................................1
Neil Ringers, Sr., M.................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Mike Tiedemann, So., D.........................1
Kevin Wall, Jr., D.....................................1
Mike Arfin, Sr., A.....................................2
1986
Rob Alvino, Jr., A......................................1
Charlie Blanchard, Jr., M........................1
Toby Boucher, Jr., M................................1
Chris Goss, Jr., D......................................1
Mike James, Sr., A....................................1
Dan O’Neill, Sr., G...................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Mike Warnes, Fr., D.................................1
Rich White, Sr., M...................................1
Lou Corrao, Sr., DM................................ H
Dave Breslin, Jr., G..................................1
Andy Greaves, Jr., A................................1
Tim James, Jr., M.....................................1
Kevin Wall, Sr., D....................................1
Bill Bishop, Sr., A.....................................2
Jed Cronin, Jr., M.....................................2
Mike Tiedemann, Jr., D...........................2
Rich Flynn, Jr., G......................................1
Ken Knapp, Sr., DM.................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Chris Morton, Sr., D................................1
Neil Ringers, Jr., M..................................1
Paul Sclafani, Sr., A.................................1
Mike Warnes, Sr., D.................................1
Kim Hall, Jr., M........................................2
Kevin Wall, So., D....................................2
Ken Knapp
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1989
Bill Bishop, Sr., A.....................................1
Dave Breslin, Jr., G..................................1
Billy Costello, Fr., A.................................1
Jed Cronin, Jr., M.....................................1
Andy Greaves, Jr., A................................1
Tim James, Jr., M.....................................1
Mike Tiedemann, Jr., D...........................1
Kevin Wall, Sr., D....................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Chip Crowther, Jr., M..............................2
Dan Mazabras, Jr., D...............................2
1993
Dave Breslin, Sr., G.................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Paul Cosgrove, Sr., D...............................1
Jed Cronin, Sr., A.....................................1
Theron Foley, Jr., M.................................1
Andy Greaves, Sr., A...............................1
Tim James, Sr., M....................................1
Noah Robertson, Jr., M...........................1
Mike Tiedemann, Sr., D..........................1
Billy Costello, So., A................................2
Kevin Farrell, Sr., M................................2
Mark Hallinan, Jr., D...............................2
Chris LeMoult, So., M.............................2
Jim Loffredo, So., M................................ H
Rich Franz
Kevin Wall
47
Glenn Cahaly, Sr., A................................1
Theron Foley, Sr., M................................1
Mark Hallinan, Sr., D..............................1
Chris LeMoult, Jr., D...............................1
Jim Loffredo, Jr., M..................................2
Jeff Rant, Sr., M.......................................2
Noah Robertson, Sr., M..........................2
David Sprague, So., G.............................2
Gavin Wynot, So., A................................2
Michael Benedetti, Jr., D........................ H
1995
Michael Benedetti, Sr., D........................1
Peter Galgano, Sr., D...............................1
Tim Kaiser, Jr., M.....................................1
Chris LeMoult, Sr., D...............................1
Jim Loffredo, Sr., M.................................1
Dave Maguire, Fr., A................................1
Darren McGurn, Fr., A............................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
David Sprague, Jr., G...............................1
Andrew Klungness, Jr., D.......................2
Vince McGeehan, So., A........................ H
Keith Pio, Fr., M... H
Jason Wiggins, Jr., M
H
1996
Zach Gagel, Fr., D....................................1
(NCAC Newcomer of Year)
Tim Kaiser, Sr., M....................................1
Dave Maguire, So., A...............................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Darren McGurn, So., A...........................1
David Sprague, Sr., G..............................1
Neal Granick, Jr., D.................................2
J.C. Koch, Jr., M.........................................2
Javaul Mack, Fr., DM...............................2
Vince McGeehan, Jr., A...........................2
John Basom, Jr., M.................................. H
Khalil Callier, Jr., D................................. H
Paul Corto, Jr., M.................................... H
1997
Zach Gagel, So., D...................................1
J.C. Koch, Sr., M........................................1
Dave Maguire, Jr., A................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Darren McGurn, Jr., A.............................1
Dan Stroka, Fr. M....................................1
(NCAC Newcomer of Year)
Neal Granick, Sr., D................................2
Javaul Mack, So., DM..............................2
Vince McGeehan, Sr., A..........................2
Kevin McGurn, Jr., G...............................2
Josh Winchard, Jr., M..............................2
Mike Szabo, Sr., M.................................. H
Jason Fogelson
48
Matt Coughlin
1998
David Auch, So., D..................................1
Enrique Hritz, So., D...............................1
T.R. Ludwig, Sr., M...................................1
Dave Maguire, Sr., A...............................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Darren McGurn, Sr., A............................1
Kevin McGurn, Sr., G..............................1
Dan Stroka, So., M..................................1
Evan Dunne, Jr., A...................................2
Josh Whichard, Sr., M.............................2
Parker Anger, Fr., D................................ H
(NCAC Newcomer of Year)
Andrew Durniat, Fr., D.......................... H
Mark Rubinstein, Sr., M......................... H
1999
David Auch, Jr., D....................................1
Zach Gagel, Jr., D.....................................1
Evan Dunne, Sr., A..................................1
Dan Stroka, Jr., M....................................1
Jason Fogelson, So., M............................2
John Galvin, Fr., A...................................2
Scott Jackson, Fr., M...............................2
(NCAC Newcomer of Year)
Corey Ayers, So., G................................. H
Sean Norris, So., M................................ H
Alex Wiser, Jr., M.................................... H
2000
David Auch, Sr., D...................................1
Jason Fogelson, Jr., A...............................1
Zach Gagel, Sr., D....................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Scott Jackson, So., M...............................1
Dan Stroka, Sr., M...................................1
Andrew Durniat, Jr., D............................2
John Galvin, So., A..................................2
Sean Norris, Jr., M...................................2
Alex Wiser, Sr., DM.................................2
Matt Coughlin, So., A............................. H
Steve Muskopf, Fr., A
(NCAC Newcomer of Year)
2001
Andrew Durniat, Sr., D...........................1
Jason Fogelson, Sr., A..............................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Sean Norris, Sr., M..................................1
Kyle Auch, So., D.....................................2
Corey Ayers, Sr., G...................................2
Charlie Cotter, Sr., M..............................2
Matt Coughlin, Jr., A...............................2
Frank Bedford, So., M............................ H
John Galvin, Jr., A................................... H
Michael Kowalchick, Sr., D.................... H
Michael Long, So., M.............................. H
Jeff Lovell, Sr., A..................................... H
Frank Bedford
2002
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1994
Matt Coughlin, Sr., A..............................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Andy Rowe, Sr., M...................................1
Frank Bedford, Jr., M...............................2
Mike Bernhart, Sr., D..............................2
Michael Long, Jr., M................................2
John Schlegel, Fr., A................................2
(NCAC Newcomer of Year)
Austin Vandeveer, So., M........................2
Andrew Dickson, Jr., D.......................... H
Sorrel Coulson, Sr., M............................ H
John Galvin, Sr., A.................................. H
2003
Frank Bedford, Sr., A...............................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Andrew Dickson, Sr., D..........................1
Michael Long, Sr., M...............................1
Andy Rowe, Sr., M...................................1
Austin Vandeveer, Jr., LSM.....................1
Kyle Auch, Sr., D......................................2
John Schlegel, So., A...............................2
Douglas Freeman, So., D....................... H
Jeff Hollway, Sr., M................................. H
Kevin Lakani, Fr., M............................... H
Jarred Law, Fr., A.................................... H
Paul McCommons, So., G...................... H
Brian Small, So., M................................ H
2004
John Schlegel, Jr., A.................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Brian Small, Jr., M...................................1
Austin Vandeveer, Sr., LSM....................1
Douglas Freeman, Jr., D..........................2
Kevin Lakani, So., M...............................2
Paul McCommons, Jr., G.........................2
Adam Guy, Fr., D.................................... H
Seth McNally, Jr., M................................ H
2005
Douglas Freeman, Sr., D.........................1
John Schlegel, Sr., A................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Brian Small, Sr., M..................................1
Adam Guy, So., D....................................2
Jarred Law, Jr., A......................................2
Paul McCommons, Sr., G........................2
Chris Eccles, Fr., M................................. H
(NCAC Newcomer of Year)
Seth McNally, Sr., M............................... H
John Schlegel
Chris Eccles
Chris Eccles, So., M.................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Peter Hargrove, Jr., D..............................1
Karl Zimmerman, Fr., A.........................1
Adam Guy, Jr., D......................................2
Jarred Law, Sr., A.....................................2
Nick Gallagher, So., A............................ H
Kevin Lakani, Sr., M............................... H
Ryan Perone, So., G................................ H
2007
Craig Aronoff, Fr. A.................................1
Dave Castignola, So., A..........................1
Chris Eccles, Jr., M...................................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Adam Guy, Sr., D.....................................1
Peter Hargrove, Sr., D.............................1
Ryan Perone, Jr., G...................................1
Andres McAlister, Jr., M..........................2
Eric Turner, So., A....................................2
Steve Fowler, Jr., M................................. H
Matt Frizzo, So., D.................................. H
2008
Chris Eccles, Sr., M..................................1
Nick Gallagher, Jr., A...............................1
Brian Test, Sr., D......................................1
Craig Aronoff, So., M...............................2
Steve Fowler, Sr., M.................................2
Rob Young, So., A....................................2
Matt Frizzo, Jr., D................................... H
Harrison Iuliano, Sr., A.......................... H
Andres McAlister, Sr., LSM.................... H
2009
Tony D’Abarno, So., D............................1
Chris Ehlinger, Jr., M...............................1
Nick Gallagher, Sr., A..............................1
Matt Frizzo, Sr., D...................................2
Rob Young, Jr., A......................................2
Craig Aronoff, Jr., M............................... H
Lee Catt, Jr., D......................................... H
Jud Hall, So., G....................................... H
Kevin McMahon, Jr., M.......................... H
Alex Razzolini, Jr., LSM.......................... H
Karl Zimmerman, Sr., A........................ H
Chaz Narwicz
C0lin Short
2010
2013
2011
2014
2012
2015
Tony D’Abarno, Jr., D..............................1
Chaz Narwicz, Sr., A...............................1
(NCAC Player of Year)
Jud Hall, Jr., G..........................................1
Ricky Scheetz, Sr., M...............................1
Scott Chester, Jr., D.................................2
Chris Ehlinger, Sr., M..............................2
Alex Razzolini, Sr., LSM..........................2
Rob Young, Sr., A.....................................2
Gavin Cunningham, Sr., A.................... H
Shaun Crow, Jr., A.................................. H
Jack Hall, Jr., D........................................ H
Robb Shrader, Sr., M.............................. H
Pat Bassett, So., M...................................1
Tony D’Abarno, Sr., D.............................1
Colin Short, So., A...................................1
Nathan Barnett, Jr., D.............................2
Scott Chester, Sr., D................................2
Spencer Schnell, Fr., M...........................2
(NCAC Newcomer of Year)
Shaun Crow, Sr., A................................. H
Stephen Ford, So., G.............................. H
Drew Scharf, So., M............................... H
Kyle Smith, Jr., M................................... H
Jesse Lawrence, Sr., M............................1
Spencer Schnell, So., M..........................1
Colin Short, Jr., A.....................................1
Nathan Barnett, Sr., D............................2
Pat Bassett, Jr., M....................................2
Ryan McMahon, Fr., G............................2
(NCAC Newcomer of Year)
Tommy Minkler, Fr., A............................2
Garrett Van Schaick, Fr., D.....................2
Steve Barnett, Fr., D............................... H
Marcus Dietz
Pat Bassett, Sr., M...................................1
Chris Ostrowski, Sr., M...........................1
Colin Short, Sr., A....................................1
(NCAC Offensive Player of Year)
Garrett Van Schaick, So., D....................1
Stephen Coyne, Jr., D..............................2
John Griffin, Fr., D...................................2
Casey Helms, Jr., A..................................2
Ryan McMahon, So., G...........................2
Spencer Schnell, Jr., M............................2
K.C. Callahan, Sr., D............................... H
Kyle Foster, So., M.................................. H
John Umbach, So., A.............................. H
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2006
Steve Barnett, Jr., D.................................1
Stephen Coyne, Sr., D.............................1
Kyle Foster, Jr., M.....................................1
Ryan McMahon, Jr., G.............................1
John Umbach, Jr., A.................................1
Brendan Bouchard, Jr., M.......................2
Sam Gioseffi, Jr., M..................................2
John Griffin, So., D..................................2
Casey Helms, Sr., A.................................2
Tommy Minkler, Jr., A............................ H
Spencer Schnell, Sr., M.......................... H
Steve Barnett, Sr., D................................1
Ben Danieli, Jr., D....................................1
Marcus Dietz, Jr., A.................................1
(NCAC Offensive Player of Year)
Kyle Foster, Sr., M....................................1
John Griffin, Jr., D....................................1
Ryan McMahon, Sr., G............................1
(NCAC Defensive Player of Year)
Chris Schwanz, Sr., M.............................1
Brendan Bouchard, Sr., M......................2
Cooper Del Zotto, Jr., M..........................2
Sam Gioseffi, Sr., M.................................2
John Umbach, Sr., A................................2
Luke Leyden, Fr., M................................ H
Tommy Minkler, Sr., A........................... H
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A
Abernathy, Lee........................ 1959-60-61
Ackerman, William............................ 1958
Abram, Kevin.......................... 1978-79-80
Adams, Kyle...................................... 2009
Adams, Stephen...........................1975-78
Adolfi, Matt....................................... 2003
Albright, Carlton.................... 1961-62-63
Allen, Read...................................2003-04
Alvino, Rob........................1985-86-87-88
Anderies, Matt...................2003-04-05-06
Anderson, Edwin.................... 1961-62-63
Anderson, Paul.............................2014-15
Andrews, Reece................................. 2014
Anger, Parker..................................... 1998
Apel, Barney........................... 1965-66-67
Araneo, Matt.......................... 1987-88-89
Arfin, Mike.........................1988-89-90-91
Aronoff, Craig....................2007-08-09-10
Ashforth, Tom...............................1983-84
Auch, David...................1997-98-99-2000
Auch, Kyle.........................2000-01-02-03
Auker, Roger.................................1958-60
Ayers, Corey...................1998-99-2000-01
B
Bagley, Matt....................... 1999-2000-01
Bagli, Tom.............................. 1979-80-81
Baker, Peter............................ 1983-84-85
Balderston, Billy...........................2003-04
Baldwin, William............................... 1980
Balmer, Jason....................2002-03-04-05
Baran, Jan.............................. 1968-69-70
Barber, Darius................................... 1996
Barnett, Nathan................2009-10-11-12
Barnett, Steve...................2012-13-14-15
Basom, John......................1994-95-96-97
Bassett, Pat......................2010-11-12-13
Bates, Justin..................................... 1995
Beach, P.J.......................................... 2015
Becher, James................................... 1958
Bedford, Frank..................2000-01-02-03
Belleau, John................................2008-09
Benedetti, Michael................. 1993-94-95
Berger, David.................................... 1961
Bernhart, Mike..............1999-2000-01-02
Betcher, Bob......................1984-85-86-87
Biehl, Ken.......................................... 2002
Billipp, Jonathan..........................1967-68
Bishop, Bill..................................1960-61
Bishop, Bill.......................1989-90-91-92
Blaine, Steve..................................... 2002
Blanchard, Charlie............1985-86-87-88
Blaney, Keith................................1977-78
Blue, Peter........................1976-77-78-79
Bonwit, David...............................1973-75
Borcina, Mitch...................1980-81-82-83
Boster, Kenneth............................1961-62
Bostwick, Steven..........................1970-71
Bouchard, Brendan......................2014-15
Bouchard, Morty................1977-78-79-80
Boucher, Jon...................................... 1960
Boucher, Peter................................... 2007
Boucher, Toby....................1985-86-87-88
Boyer, Brian....................................... 1984
Boyle, Hugh..................................2001-02
Boyle, Rick........................1978-79-80-81
Boyle, Tim..........................1980-81-82-83
Bradney, Steve.................................. 1995
Brannen, Herbert............................... 1965
Breckheimer, Matt............................. 1976
Bremerman, John..............1974-75-76-77
Breslin, Dave.....................1990-91-92-93
Breuer, Charlie.................................. 2002
Brokaw, Richard...........................1965-66
Brown, Dylan.......................... 2006-08-09
Buck, Donald..................................... 1969
Buer, Eric.......................................... 1985
Buick, Jamie...................................... 1999
Bumsted, Roy....................1968-69-70-71
Burhoe, Tom...................................... 1982
Bustamante, Ed..................... 1991-92-93
Butler, Matt..................................1991-92
C
Cahaly, Glenn...............................1993-94
Cain, John......................................... 1959
Callahan, K.C......................... 2010-12-13
Callier, Khalil....................1994-95-96-97
Cameron, Nathaniel..........2000-01-02-03
Campbell, Rod.................................. 1962
Capute, Arnold....................... 1973-74-75
Cargiulo, Anthony.............................. 2003
Carlson, John.................................... 2011
Carlson, Jordan............................2014-15
Carney, Tim............................ 2010-11-12
Carpenter, James.............................. 1965
Castignola, Dave..........................2007-09
Catt, Lee................................ 2008-09-10
Chase, Malcomb............................... 1997
Chester, Scott....................2008-09-10-11
Clark, Ryan....................................... 2011
Close, Edward...................1970-71-72-73
Colehower, Bill.............................1982-83
Coll, Dan...........................1986-87-88-89
Collins, Brock....................1978-79-80-81
Columbo, Bill....................1977-78-79-80
Columbo, Chris...................... 1980-81-82
Comeau, Mike................................... 2002
Conner, Mark.....................1977-78-79-80
Conrades, George.............................. 1961
Corl, Wiley.............................. 1967-68-69
Corrao, Lou........................1984-85-86-87
Corrigan, Pat..................................... 2004
Corrigan, Steve.................1971-72-73-74
Cortina, Chris....................1995-96-97-98
Corto, Paul............................. 1995-96-97
Cosgrove, Paul.................................. 1993
Costello, Bill.................................1992-93
Cotter, Charlie.................... 1999-2000-01
Coughlin, Matt..............1999-2000-01-02
Coulson, Jeff.......................... 1969-70-71
Coulson, Sorrel..............1999-2000-01-02
Coutts, Andy.................................2007-08
Cowie, Tom........................1971-73-74-75
Cox, Dave.......................................... 1959
Coyne, Stephen.................2011-12-13-14
Cramsey, Ian............................1999-2000
Crawford, Alex................................... 2006
Crawford, Ryan................................. 2000
Crecca, Dave..................................... 1982
Cronin, Jed...................................1992-93
Cross, James..................................... 1969
Crow, Shaun........................... 2009-10-11
Crowther, Chip....................... 1991-92-93
Cunningham, Gavin............... 2008-09-10
Cunningham, Stephen.................1974-75
Currie, Don........................................ 1958
Curry, Mike........................1983-84-85-86
D
D’Abarno, Tony..................2008-09-10-11
D’Antonio, Bob.................................. 1971
D’Antonio, Joe.................................... 1967
Danieli, Ben.................................2014-15
Dantis, Chris..................................... 1978
Dantis, Scott..................................... 1978
Davidson, Bill.................................... 1976
Deisley, Adam.................................... 2000
Del Zotto, Cooper............................... 2015
Dempsey, Jim......................... 1987-88-89
Denecke, Charles..............1984-85-86-87
Denison, Dean........................ 1989-90-91
DePatie, Ted.................................1978-79
Dickinson, William............................ 1965
Dickson, Andrew................2000-01-02-03
Diemar, Charlie................................. 2003
Dietz, Marcus.................................... 2015
Dimech, Eric...................................... 1989
Ditty, Grant...................................2007-08
Dolciato, Bob...................... 1998-99-2000
Donnell, Tim...................................... 2003
Donnell, Titus......................... 2002-03-04
Donnino, Rocky..................1981-82-83-84
Donovan, Greg..............................1983-84
Dougherty, Terry............................1961-62
Drexler, Kyle.......................2003-04-05-06
Dunne, Evan......................1996-97-98-99
Durniat, Andrew............1998-99-2000-01
Durniat, Mike.................................... 2001
E
Eadie, Bob.........................1971-72-73-74
Eccles, Chris.....................2005-06-07-08
Edmonds, Thomas.............1980-81-82-83
Ehlinger, Chris..................2007-08-09-10
Ellenberger, Dick..........................1961-62
Elkins, Gordon................................... 1982
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ALL-TIME BISHOP LETTERMEN
Elliott, Steve..................1999-2000-01-02
Erdlitz, Matt...................................... 2001
Erdmann, Jeff......................... 1983-84-85
Eufinger, John...............................1967-68
Eyring, Rich.......................1982-83-84-85
F
Fahrney, Dick................................1960-62
Farnham, Jeff....................1976-77-78-79
Farrar, Jay....................................1960-61
Farrell, Kevin.....................1990-91-92-93
Faulkner, Bill................................1971-72
Faulkner, Richard.............................. 1968
Feeney, P.J.........................1990-91-92-93
Felder, Natty.............................1999-2000
Ferrer, Craig......................1975-76-77-78
Fiamengo, Robbie............................. 2014
Finneran, Kevin................................. 1989
Finsness, Russell.........................1965-66
Flynn, Rich (G)..................1988-89-90-91
Flynn, Rich (A)........................ 1992-93-94
Fogelson, Jason.............1998-99-2000-01
Foley, Theron.....................1991-92-93-94
Ford, Stephen......................... 2010-11-12
Foster, Brian.................................1975-76
Foster, Edwin.......................... 2012-13-15
Foster, Kyle............................. 2013-14-15
Fowler, Steve.....................2005-06-07-08
Fox, Jeff.................................. 1960-62-63
Franz, Ned......................................... 1992
Franz, Rich........................1988-89-90-91
Freeman, Douglas.............2002-03-04-05
Fri, Fred........................................1959-60
Friedman, Zach............................2014-15
Frizzo, Matt.......................2006-07-08-09
G
Gagel, Zach...................1996-97-99-2000
Galgano, Peter....................... 1993-94-95
Gallagher, Nick..................2005-06-08-09
Gallo, Paul........................................ 1959
Galvin, John..................1999-2000-01-02
Garman, David.............................1968-69
Gass, James.................................1969-70
Geiger, Bill...................................1962-63
Geiger, Russell....................... 1964-65-66
Gibbons, Art...................................... 1968
Gilbane, John...............................1978-79
Gilday, Thomas..................1980-81-82-83
Ginaven, Robert...........................1959-60
Ginsburg, James...............1963-64-65-66
Gioseffi, Sam.......................... 2013-14-15
Gleason, Dan.....................1975-76-77-78
Glover, Gary....................................... 2002
Goldsmith, Mark..................... 1977-80-81
Goodell, Bob...................................... 1971
Goodman, Tom..................1973-74-75-76
Goss, Chris........................1985-86-87-88
Gossett, Rob...................................... 2015
Gower, John.......................1980-81-82-83
Hughes, Tom.....................1971-72-73-74
Hume, Dave..................................1959-60
Hume, Peter...................................... 1973
Hyatt, Casey...................................... 1982
I
Ides, Joel........................................... 1995
Innis, Rich.........................1968-69-70-71
Iszard, Robert.................................... 1963
Iuliano, Harrison...............2005-06-07-08
J
Jackson, Scott..........................1999-2000
Jackson, Steve...................1967-68-69-70
Jacobs, Dan..................................1995-97
James, Mike......................1984-85-86-87
James, Tim........................1990-91-92-93
Jamison, Chris.................................. 2002
Jankowski, Ryan................................ 1995
Jantz, Charles..............................1959-60
Johansen, Paul.................................. 1986
Johnson, J.J..................................1976-77
Johnson, Mark................................... 1977
Johnson, Paul.................................... 1985
Johnson, Phillip................................. 2006
Johnson, Ted...................................... 1995
Johnston, Tom................................... 1964
Jones, Trevor........................... 2006-07-08
K
Kaiser, Tim...................................1995-96
Karassik, John........................ 1966-67-68
Kauffman, Steve............................... 1977
Kay, Andy................................ 2000-01-02
Keatts, Andy...................................... 2003
Keen, Scott............................. 1974-75-76
Keller, Chris..................................1988-90
Kendall, Don...................................... 1962
Kennedy, Patrick..................... 2001-02-03
King, Dan.......................................... 1996
Kingsbery, Ian..............................2009-10
Kingston, Brian.................1975-76-77-78
Kingston, John................................... 2006
Kivney, Thomas.................1970-71-72-73
Klein, Jared...................1997-98-99-2000
Kline, Greg........................................ 1990
Klungness, Andrew.......................1995-96
Knapp, Ken........................1987-88-89-90
Knerr, Tom.............................. 1978-79-80
Kness, Matt.......................1987-88-89-90
Knope, Matt........................ 1999-2000-01
Knowles, Bob.....................1982-83-84-85
Koch, J.C...........................1993-94-96-97
Koegel, John........................... 1967-68-69
Kowalchick, Michael........... 1999-2000-01
Kramer, Paul..................................... 1968
L
Lackowski, Chris..........................1990-91
LaFontaine, Brian.........................1979-80
Lakani, Kevin....................2003-04-05-06
Lange, Tom...................................1967-68
LaSeta, Joe............................. 1990-91-92
Lavelle, Jack...................................... 1961
Lavin, James..................................... 1978
Law, Jarred........................2003-04-05-06
Lawrence, Jesse..................... 2010-11-12
Lay, Brad......................................1981-82
Lee, Matty......................................... 1995
Lee, Peter.....................................1964-65
Legg, John......................................... 1982
LeMaster, Dalton............................... 2014
LeMoult, Chris...................1992-93-94-95
Lessel, Howard..................1978-79-80-81
Lesser, Steve..................................... 1998
Lettau, Shane.................................... 1998
Levinsohn, Ron.............................1958-59
Lewis, Jon.......................................... 2004
Leyden, Luke..................................... 2015
Light, Grover..................................... 2004
Linacre, Thomas................................ 1964
Lind, Jacob........................................ 2015
Lipowski, Mike..............................1997-98
Lips, Jim.......................................1970-71
Loffredo, Jim.....................1992-93-94-95
Long, Brandon................................... 1996
Long, John......................................... 2003
Long, Michael....................2000-01-02-03
Long, Ross...................................1969-70
Long, William......................... 1967-68-69
Loscalzo, Rob....................1984-85-86-87
Losito, Tony....................................... 2000
Louderback, Clay.................... 1972-73-74
Louria, Charlie..................1979-80-81-82
Lovell, Jeff.......................... 1999-2000-01
Lowman, John................................... 1965
Ludwig, T.R.......................1995-96-97-98
Lynch, Shane..................................... 1990
M
Mack, Javaul................................1996-97
Maguire, Dave...................1995-96-97-98
Mahajan, Anil.................................... 2001
Maier, Matt...................................2014-15
Mangan, Greg..............................2002-03
Markunas, John................................. 2000
Matthies, Ryan....................... 1995-96-97
Mauro, Nate.................................2006-07
Mauro, Sean-Paul.................. 2009-10-11
Mazabras, Dan....................... 1991-92-93
McAlister, Andres..............2005-06-07-08
McCarley, Kevin............................2012-13
McCarthy, Marc.................1977-78-79-80
McCommons, Brian......................2004-05
McCommons, Paul............2002-03-04-05
McCormick, Jack.................... 2009-10-11
McCoy, Bob........................................ 1958
McDonald, Bill........................ 1979-80-81
McDonald, Bob..................1983-84-85-86
McGeehan, Vince.................... 1995-96-97
McGinnity, Matt............................1998-99
McGowan, Connor.............2006-07-08-09
McGrail, John...........................1999-2000
McGurn, Darren.................1995-96-97-98
McGurn, Kevin........................ 1996-97-98
McMahon, Kevin..................... 2008-09-10
McMahon, Ryan.................2012-13-14-15
McNair, Kevin...............................1989-90
McNally, Seth....................2002-03-04-05
McNeese, William................... 1972-73-74
McWilliams, Erik..........................1980-81
Meinsen, Steve..................1974-75-76-77
Merritt, Eli......................................... 2013
Miller, Brad............................ 2005-06-07
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Graf, Bill......................................1972-73
Graham, Bud..................................... 2014
Granick, Neal......................... 1994-96-97
Greaves, Andy...................1990-91-92-93
Green, B.C.........................2004-05-06-07
Green, Patrick........................ 1974-75-76
Griffin, John............................ 2013-14-15
Griffiths, Justin.................1996-97-98-99
Grimes, Collin................................... 2003
Grum, David...................................... 1979
Guinan, Jack.......................... 1982-83-84
Gulich, Nick....................................... 2003
Gutnick, Yale.......................... 1962-63-64
Guy, Adam.........................2004-05-06-07
H
Haecker, Karl.......................... 1961-62-63
Haggerty, Alex...................2008-09-10-11
Haggerty, Mike..................1981-82-83-84
Hall, Craig.........................1984-85-86-87
Hall, Jack............................... 2009-10-11
Hall, Jud............................2008-09-10-11
Hall, Kim...........................1988-89-90-91
Hallinan, Mark..................1991-92-93-94
Hanchett, Sam.................................. 1996
Hanlan-Hollo, Trey............................. 2004
Hannan, Dan................................1988-89
Harding, Craig.............................1969-70
Hargrove, Peter.................2004-05-06-07
Harley, Chris......................1967-68-69-70
Harman, Bob................................1976-77
Harper, Thomas...................... 1965-66-67
Hartigan, Charles..............1972-73-74-75
Hathaway, Doug..................... 1983-84-85
Havran, Michael..................... 1976-77-78
Hazen, Eric........................................ 2006
Healy, Chris.......................1981-82-83-84
Healy, Ed........................................... 1982
Healy, Eugene...............................1979-80
Heaston, Dick...............................1958-60
Hedrick, Todd......................... 1983-84-85
Heise, Carl............................. 1966-67-68
Helms, Casey......................... 2011-13-14
Hergrueter, Robert............................. 1973
Hern, Tom.......................................... 1971
Herrmann, Steve...............1982-83-84-85
Hetzel, Chris...................................... 1962
Hildebrand, John...............1973-74-75-76
Hinsley, Claude............................1966-67
Hobbs, Andrew.................................. 2001
Hoffman, Derek................................. 1979
Hoffman, Tim....................1983-84-85-86
Hollway, Jeff........................... 2001-02-03
Holtz, Gary......................................... 1971
Hood, Jonathan................................. 2010
Hopkins, Rick...............................1981-82
Hoppe, Dick..................................1960-61
Hoskins, Bob..................................... 1985
Howell, Tom..................................1960-61
Hritz, Enrique......................... 1997-98-99
Huckins, Dan..................................... 2009
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men’s lacrosse alumni
Matt Anderies ‘06, Analyst, Lockheed Martin
Brendan Bouchard ‘15, Vice President of Sales and Operations,
Bouchard Transportation Co.
Dave Breslin ‘93, M.A., Harvard University;
Middle School Principal, North Cobb Christian School
Chris Cortina ‘98, M.A., Miami University;
Natural Resources Planner, Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources
Thomas Edmonds ‘83, Assistant U.S. Attorney, U.S. Dept. of Justice
Zach Gagel ‘00, Program Director, Lacrosse America;
Lacrosse Player, Chicago Machine (Major Lacrosse League)
Tom Goodman ‘76, President & CEO, Goodman Media International
Charles Hayes ‘74, Vice President, Morgan Stanley
Trevor Jones ‘08, Partner, the Jones Group, Ameriprise Financial Services
Michael Long ‘03, Helicopter Pilot, U.S. Army
Darren McGurn ‘99, National Sales Director, Crane Materials Int’l
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Pio, Keith........................................... 1995
Poirier, Michael............................1986-87
Poto, Jeff........................................... 1993
Pouliot, Chad....................2004-05-06-07
Pramschufer, Erik.............................. 2011
Pratt, Brad...................................1976-77
Presley, Dan...................................... 1993
Price, David....................................... 1961
Pricher, William............................1964-65
Princehorn, Andy.................... 2008-09-10
Purvis, Dan..................................1982-83
Putnam, Summy.......................1999-2000
R
Rant, Jeff..........................1991-92-93-94
Razzolini, Alex........................ 2008-09-10
Ready, Chris...................................... 2007
Reed, Charles.................................... 1984
Reed, Dallas...................................... 2015
Reiner, Dave........................... 1963-64-65
Rice, George........................... 2013-14-15
Richards, Dan................................... 2007
Richards, Jon...............................1965-66
Richards, Steve.................1969-70-71-72
Riehl, Chris.......................2003-04-05-06
Ries, James.......................1975-76-77-78
Rigger, Ben..................................2014-15
Rill, Alan........................................... 2003
Rinaldi, Gary................................1988-89
Ringers, Neil.....................1988-89-90-91
Roberson, Lee......................... 2006-07-08
Roberts, Frank................................... 1979
Robertson, Noah..................... 1992-93-94
Robertson, Tim.............................2003-04
Rolland, Tate..................................... 2013
Roos, Phil............................... 1958-59-60
Rosenthal, Scotty................... 2011-12-13
Roskamp, Sean...................... 2013-14-15
Rossi, Tom.........................1988-89-90-91
Rowe, Andy........................2000-01-02-03
Rubinstein, Mark...............1995-96-97-98
Ruggieri, Tom.................................... 1982
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Saltonstall, Bill................................. 1980
Sargent, Robert.................1973-74-75-76
Saxe, William.................................... 1975
Scharf, Drew................................2010-12
Schauer, Robert...................... 1963-64-65
Scheetz, Ricky........................ 2008-09-10
Schiller, Dave....................1983-84-85-86
Schipfer, Dan......................... 1963-64-65
Schlaudt, Stephen.................. 1974-75-77
Schlegel, John...................2002-03-04-05
Schluter, Peter..............................1983-84
Schluter, Steve..................1985-86-87-88
Schmidt, Doug.............................1958-59
Schneider, Frank..........................1962-63
Schnell, Spencer...............2011-12-13-14
Schroeder, Louis................................ 1958
Schulte, Trent.................................... 2015
Schwall, Jay...................................... 1981
Schwanz, Chris...................... 2013-14-15
Schwartz, Jim......................... 1987-88-89
Sclafani, Paul...................1987-88-89-90
Seaburg, Ed........................... 1963-64-65
Seery, Brian....................................... 2002
Seiler, Rich........................1969-70-71-72
Seivold, Steve....................1987-88-89-90
Selby, Ross...................................2003-04
Sheehan, Don....................1978-79-80-81
Shields, Mike................................1985-86
Shipps, Mark................................1969-70
Short, Colin.......................2010-11-12-13
Shrader, Robb........................ 2007-08-10
Sigler, Andy.......................1978-79-80-81
Skiff, James........................... 1964-65-66
Skillin, Chris.......................... 1988-89-90
Skokan, Frank...................1976-77-78-79
Small, Brian......................2002-03-04-05
Smith, Brewster................................ 1991
Smith, Brian........................... 1970-71-72
Smith, Chris...................................... 1995
Smith, Ian.........................1986-87-88-89
Smith, Justin..................................... 2014
Smith, Kyle...................................2010-11
Smith, Roger.....................1963-64-65-66
Sommi, Matthew...............2012-13-14-15
Spano, Brian.................1999-2000-01-02
Spataro, Jack.................................... 1976
Sprague, David.................1993-94-95-96
St. Pierre, Dave................................. 1988
Stafford, Dick.................................... 1962
Stanton, Bill.................................1963-64
Stevens, Tim...................................... 1977
Striler, Nick..................................2011-12
Striler, Sam....................................... 2010
Stringer, Andy....................1970-71-72-73
Stroka, Dan...................1997-98-99-2000
Strong, Peter................................1982-83
Stuart, Trevor.................................... 1995
Sullivan, Greg..............................1990-91
Summer, Matt................................... 1985
Switala, Garry...................1972-73-74-75
Szabo, Mike.......................1994-95-96-97
Szwajkos, Mike..................1988-89-90-91
T
Takacs, Steve......................... 1985-86-87
Taylor, Terry....................................... 1958
Teets, John........................................ 1964
Tennis, Luke......................1973-74-75-76
Test, Brian....................................2007-08
Thom, Colin..................................2000-02
Tiedemann, Mike.................... 1991-92-93
Todd, Derek..................................2014-15
Torggler, Dave...................1988-89-90-91
Toth, Dick.....................................1967-68
Toth, Stephen......................... 2000-01-02
Tracy, Pete.........................1972-73-74-75
Trumble, Tom.....................1965-66-67-68
Tucker, Joe......................................... 1958
Turco, Joe.......................................... 1994
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Miller, John........................................ 1958
Miller, Mark..................................2000-01
Milton, Dan.......................1964-65-66-67
Minkler, Tommy...................... 2012-14-15
Mitchell, Bill...................................... 1958
Mitchell, Thorpe..................... 1958-59-60
Mixon, Rommel.................................. 1987
Moore, Joe.........................1991-92-93-94
Morgan, Tim...................................... 1998
Morrison, Blair..................1982-83-84-85
Morrow, Ben...................................... 1997
Morton, Chris......................... 1988-89-90
Moss, John...................................1963-64
Moss, Mike............................. 1961-62-64
Mott, Tom.....................................1990-91
Mroz, Dan.......................................... 2003
Mullen, Jim......................... 1999-2000-02
Mullin, Sean.................................1991-92
Murphy, Sean.................................... 2003
Muskopf, Steve.................................. 2000
Myers, Paul.......................1971-72-73-74
N
Narwicz, Chaz...................2007-08-09-10
Narwicz, Chuck.................1974-75-76-77
Nechanicky, Keith.....................1999-2000
Nelms, Ashah.................................... 2003
Neuman, Jeff..................................... 1997
Newman, Barry.............................1963-64
Nigey, Willie.......................1995-96-97-98
Norris, Sean....................... 1999-2000-01
Nugent, Kevin....................1977-79-80-81
O
O’Brien, Conor..............................1998-99
O’Brien, Kelly................................2006-07
O’Connell, Richard................. 1966-67-68
O’Grady, Pat........................... 2001-02-03
O’Neill, Dan.......................1984-85-86-87
Obrecht, Thomas.................... 1974-76-77
Oliver, Brian...................................... 1995
Orin, Jack............................... 1959-60-61
Ostrowski, Chris................2010-11-12-13
P
Paglino, Nick.....................1983-84-85-86
Pahl, Chris...................................1988-89
Palandjian, Nick...........................2014-15
Papczynski, Jim.............1998-99-2000-01
Parker, John..................................1969-70
Paton, Doug...................................... 1958
Pellis, A.J...........................2009-10-11-12
Pendergast, Dave.............................. 1971
Percival, Ned................................1996-97
Perdue, Rob....................................... 1995
Perkins, Owen..............................2002-03
Perkins, Stephen...............1974-75-76-77
Perone, Ryan.....................2005-06-07-08
Peter, Arthur......................1980-81-82-83
Peyton, Tom..................................1971-72
Philipps, Mike..............................1986-87
Pierce, Eli.......................................... 2007
Pinn, Eric.....................................1983-84
Turnage, Brady.................................. 1995
Turner, Eric...................................2006-07
Tuttle, Tim.........................1978-79-80-81
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Umberger, Peter..................... 1981-82-83
Urick, Max.............................. 1959-60-61
Ullrich, Allen..................................... 1961
Umbach, John........................ 2013-14-15
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Van Dyke, Don..............................1958-59
Van Riper, Doug............................1981-82
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2015 OWU Men’s Lacrosse
HOME OF THE BISHOPS
The Battling Bishop men’s lacrosse team plays its home
games at Selby Stadium, located on South Henry Street on
the eastern edge of campus.
A FieldTurf artificial playing surface was installed for
the 2014-15 academic year and lights were installed for
the 2010-11 academic year, making Selby one of the most
impressive venues among NCAA Division III institutions.
Built in 1929, Selby boasts a seating capacity of 9100.
It hosted the 1988 NCAA Division III men’s championship
game and has been the site of numerous playoff contests.
Designed by George Gauthier, Ohio Wesleyan’s Hall of
Fame football coach and athletic director, and constructed
by the Osborn Engineering Company (which also built the
original Yankee Stadium), the complex was named after
George D. Selby, who served the Ohio Wesleyan board of
Selby Stadium
trustees for 24 years. His sons, Mark, Homer, Pearl, and
Roger donated $100,000 of the project’s $160,000 cost.
Selby Stadium recently underwent a restoration project that included a new, 2-level press box, new bleacher
seats and refurbished locker rooms. Selby also houses the
George Gauthier Track, an Ameritan FP surface installed in
2006.
From 1965 through 1984, the Bishops played their
home games at Roy Rike Field, also home of the soccer
teams. During the spring of 1985, field maintenance at
Roy Rike forced the lacrosse team to move to Selby for
a year, but the relocation worked out so well it became
permanent. Prior to obtaining Roy Rike Field, Ohio Wesleyan home games were played at South Field, which was
located on Henry Street south of Selby Stadium, approximately where the Bishops’ practice field is today.
Gordon Field House
ATHLETIC FACILITIES
The crown jewel of Ohio Wesleyan’s athletic facilities is
Selby Stadium, which is the home of the football, field hockey,
track & field, and men’s and women’s lacrosse contingents.
Selby Stadium received a FieldTurf artificial playing
surface for the 2014-15 academic year, lights for the 2010-11
academic year, and a video scoreboard in the spring of 2011,
making the venue one of the most impressive among NCAA
Division III institutions. Constructed in 1929, Selby also has
received a new, fully-enclosed 2-level press box, new bleacher
seats, and refurbished locker rooms in recent years. The facility, which seats 9100 and is the fourth-largest college-owned
field in NCAA Division III, was the site of the 1988 Division III
men’s lacrosse championship game.
Selby also houses the George Gauthier Track, an Ameritan
FP surface installed for the 2006-07 academic year. The site
of 20 of the first 31 North Coast Athletic Conference outdoor
track & field championships, Selby is believed to be the oldest
facility in the nation constructed to Olympic specifications
and remaining in its original configuration. Selby Stadium
and the Gauthier Track hosted the NCAA Division III outdoor
track & field championships in 2011 and 2014.
Across campus, the Jay Martin Soccer Complex hosts soccer, primarily under the lights. Widely regarded as one of the
Midwest’s finest facilities for the sport, the Jay Martin Soccer
Complex’s Roy Rike Field was the site of the NCAA Division III
semifinals and championship game for men in 1990 and 1998
and for women in 2001.
The centerpiece of Ohio Wesleyan’s athletic facilities is
the Branch Rickey Physical Education Center, prized for both
its size and versatility. The Richard Gordon Field House floor
was resurfaced in November 2008, and the track was refin-
ished with a state-of-the-art encapsulated surface in December 2008. Gordon Field House hosted the first 9 NCAC indoor
track & field championships. Indoor practice for fall and spring
sports can be handled there as well: floor space is larger than
a football field, accommodating 4 courts for tennis, basketball
and volleyball.
Branch Rickey Arena, seating 1450, hosts varsity basketball and volleyball contests. Also in the Center are 5 handball/
racquetball courts, a squash court, offices, locker rooms and
lounges.
Offices and locker rooms also are part of Edwards Gymnasium, which is connected by tunnel to the Rickey Center.
Remodeling in Edwards has recently included an expanded
strength facility.
The men’s and women’s swimming teams compete in the
Meek Aquatics and Recreation Center, a 10-lane, geothermally
heated facility that opened in October 2010.
Softball is played at Margaret Sagan Field, which opened
during the 2008 season. Baseball is played at Littick Field, site
of the 2003 NCAA Division III Mideast Regional.
Tennis is played at the Luttinger Family Tennis Center, a
complex of 6 outdoor courts that opened in the fall of 2010, and
6 outdoor courts across the street where the 1978 NCAA Division III championships were held.
The cross country teams run home meets at nearby
Liberty Park. The men’s golf team plays home tournaments
at Oakhaven Golf Club, north of Delaware, and the women’s
golf team plays home tournaments at Mill Creek Golf Club in
Ostrander, west of Delaware.
2016 MEN’S LACROSSE SCHEDULE
FEBRUARY
20
Sat.
AUGUSTANA
SELBY STADIUM
1:00
24
Wed.
Otterbein
Westerville
5:00
27
Sat.
Plattsburgh State
Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.
1:00
2
Wed.
CENTRE
SELBY STADIUM
5:00
6
Sun.
Salisbury
Bethesda, Md.
1:00
9
Wed.
Messiah
Towson, Md.
12:00
12
Sat.
Cabrini
Radnor, Pa.
12:00
19
Sat.
Oberlin*
Oberlin
1:00
26
Sat.
KENYON*
SELBY STADIUM
1:00
2
Sat.
Hiram*
Hiram
1:00
5
Tue.
WITTENBERG*
SELBY STADIUM
7:00
13
Wed.
Wabash*
Crawfordsville, Ind.
5:00
16
Sat.
Denison*
Granville
1:00
19
Tue.
DePAUW*
SELBY STADIUM
5:00
23
Sat.
WOOSTER*
SELBY STADIUM
1:00
27
Wed.
NCAC tournament semifinal
TBA
TBA
30
Sat.
NCAC tournament championship
TBA
TBA
MARCH
APRIL
*North Coast Athletic Conference game

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