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Location.................................................................... Denver,.Colo.             Quick.Facts.........................................................................1
Enrollment............................................................................ 10,791                                                                                                         he.2009.University.of.Denver.Pioneers.Men’s.
                                                                                                       Media.Information......................................................2-3
Founded....................................................................................1864                                                                                                       Lacrosse.Media.Guide.is.designed.and.pub-
                                                                                                       Peter.Barton.Lacrosse.Stadium..................................4                               lished. by. the. University. of. Denver. Media.
Nickname...........................................................................Pioneers            Coaching.Staff..............................................................5-7
Colors................................................................Crimson.and.Gold                                                                                                          Relations.Office..This.guide.was.written.and.ed-
                                                                                                       . Head.Coach.Jamie.Munro.....................................5                           ited.by.Nicole.Dupes.and.Ryan.Mitchell..Editorial.
National.Affiliation............................................NCAA.Division.I
                                                                                                       . Associate.Head.Coach.Jon.Torpey.....................6                                  assistance.provided.by.Erich.Bacher,.Mike.Kenne-
Conference...........................Great.Western.Lacrosse.League
                                                                                                       . Assistant.Coach.Matt.Brown................................7                            dy.and.Mandy.Hansen..Photos.provided.by.Rich.
Chancellor......................................................Robert.D..Coombe.
. Alma.Mater.......................... Williams.College.(Mass.).’70                                    . Volunteer.Assistant.Glenn.Gorden....................7                                  Clarkson. and. Associates/NCAA. Photos,. the. Uni-
. Alma.Mater.......................................................California.’73                      2009.Season.Preview.....................................................8                versity.of.Denver,.William.R..Sallaz,.Melissa.Wade,.
Athletics.Director.....................................Peg.Bradley-Doppes                              2009.Schedule..................................................................9         Hector.Acevedo,.Monty.Rand,.Terry.Gilliam,.Larry.
. Alma.Mater..........................Mount.St..Joseph.(Ohio).’79                                      2009.Denver.Pioneers................................................. 10                 Radloff,. Kenny. Murray,. Katherine. Le. Roy. Eng,.
. Alma.Mater................................................Miami.(Ohio).’81                           2009.Roster..................................................................... 11      Garrett.W.. Ellwood/NBAE/Getty. Images. and. the.
Athletics.Department.Phone.........................(303).871-2275                                                                                                                               Media. Relations. Archives.. Cover. designs. by. the.
                                                                                                       Player.Profiles...........................................................12-30
Ticket.Office.Phone............................................(303).871-2336                                                                                                                   University.of.Denver.Media.Relations.Office.and.
                                                                                                       . Mike.Anderson....................................................... 12                Rich.Clarkson.&.Associates/NCAA.Photos.
                                                                                                       . Todd.Baxter............................................................. 12
 lacros s e s t a f f                                                                                  . Jeff.Brown................................................................ 13
Head.Coach............................................................. Jamie.Munro                    . Zander.Buteux....................................................... 13
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                                                                                                       . Brendan.Deblois.................................................... 14
. Alma.Mater.............................................................Brown.‘89
. Record.at.DU.(yrs.)...........................................84-62.(11th)                           . Alex.Demopoulos................................................. 14                    mission statement
. Overall.career.record.(yrs.)...........................84-62.(11th)                                  . Charley.Dickenson................................................ 15


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. Office.Phone................................................ (303).548-4349                          . John.Dickenson..................................................... 15                       he.Department.of.Athletics.provides.a.com-
                                                    .
. Best.time/day.to.reach.coach.................... Through.SID                                         . Alex.Drexer.............................................................. 16                 prehensive.Division.I.varsity.sports.program.
Associate.Head.Coach..............................................Jon.Torpey                           . Ryan.Driver.............................................................. 16                 for.men.and.women.that.is.an.integral.part.
. Alma.Mater.....................................................Ohio.State.‘00                        . Emerson.Eichler..................................................... 17                of.the.University’s.mission..To.fulfill.this.mission.
. Alma.Mater........................................ Goucher.College.‘04                               . Alex.Gajic................................................................. 17         the.Department.of.Athletics.will:
. Office.Phone...................................................443-414-5668                                                                                                                   •. Provide. scholar-athletes. with. resources. and.
                                                                                                       . Ilija.Gajic................................................................... 18
Assistant.Coach.........................................................Matt.Brown                                                                                                              leadership.to.compete.at.their.highest.level.while.
                                                                                                       . Deke.Jackson.......................................................... 18
. Alma.Mater........................................................... Denver.‘05                                                                                                              pursuing.academic.excellence.
Assistant.Coach.................................................... Glenn.Gorden                       . Cameron.Kerr......................................................... 19.
                                                                                                                                                                                                •.Enhance.and.develop.values,.which.foster.lead-
. Alma.Mater........................................................... Denver.‘03                     . Austin.Konkel......................................................... 19
                                                                                                                                                                                                ership,.self-discipline,.teamwork.and.fair.play.
Athletic.Trainer...........................................................Josie.White                 . Greyson.Konkel...................................................... 20                •.Comply.with.all.NCAA,.Conference(s),.and.Uni-
Team.Doctor.............................................................................. TBA          . Andrew.Lay............................................................. 20             versity.rules.and.regulations.
Strength.and.Conditioning.Coach......................Joel.Rather                                       . Jamie.Lincoln.......................................................... 21             •.Provide.outstanding.entertainment.
Sports.Program.Assistant............................... Gabbie.Perkins                                 . Peter.Lowell............................................................. 21
                                                                                                       . Jamie.MacDonald................................................. 22
 team i n f o r m a t i o n                                                                            . Mark.Matthews...................................................... 22
Arena........................................Peter.Barton.Lacrosse.Stadium                             . Joey.Murray............................................................. 23
Capacity....................................................................................2,000      . Liam.Resch.............................................................. 23
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2007-08.Overall.Record.....................................................10-7-0.                     . Brad.Richardson.................................................... 24
2007-08.GWLL.Record.(Finish)................................4-1-0.(3rd)                                . Patrick.Rogers......................................................... 24
Lettermen.Returning/Lost...................................................28/7                        . Dillon.Roy................................................................. 25
Newcomers....................................................................................11        . Payton.Sanders...................................................... 25
                                                                                                       . Cory.Schaeffler....................................................... 26
 team h i s t o r y                                                                                    . Steve.Simonetti..................................................... 26
                                                                                                       . Cliff.Smith................................................................ 27
First.Year.of.Lacrosse............................................................ 1966
Overall.all-time.record...................................195-180-1.(.519)                             . Peyton.Tyrie............................................................. 27
No..yrs..in.NCAA.Tournament/Last.............................. 2/2008                                  . Jon.VandeWerken................................................. 28
Last.postseason.opponent....................Maryland.(5/10/08)                                         . Ben.Wahler.............................................................. 28
Result...................................................................................... L,.8-15   . Kyle.Widerstedt...................................................... 29
                                                                                                       . Kyle.Wollenhaupt.................................................. 29
 media r el a t i o n s                                                                                . Steven.Wylie........................................................... 30
                                                                                                       2008.Season.Review..............................................31-32
Men’s.Lacrosse.SID................................................Nicole.Dupes                         2008.Results.and.Statistics..................................33-35
Office.Phone........................................................ (303).871-4990
                                                                                                       2009.Opponents.&.GWLL.......................................... 36
Cell.Phone............................................................ (954).478-2090
                                                                                                       Individual.Records....................................................... 37
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Fax........................................................................... (303).871-3890
E-mail........................................................nicole.dupes@du.edu                      All-Time.Records.vs..Opponents............................. 38
Mailing/Overnight.Address.................. 2201.E..Asbury.Ave.                                        Year-by-Year.Results..............................................39-40
. .................................................................. Denver,.CO..80208                 All-Time.Letterwinners.........................................41-42
Web.site.address......................... www.DenverPioneers.com
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                                                                                                                                                                           2008-09 University of Denver
                        ME D i a i N f O R Ma ti ON
                                                                                                               NICOLE DUPES
                                                                                                                                             Assistant Director of Media
                                                                                                                                             Relations
                                                                                                                                             University.of.Florida.‘04
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                                                                                                                     upes.joins.the.staff.after.spending.a.season.as.the.communications.in-
                                                                                                                     tern. for. the. Orlando. Magic,. NBA. franchise,. where. she. was. responsible.
                                                                                                                     for.writing.press.releases,.creating.and.distributing.season/game.creden-
                                                                                                             tials.and.handling.the.day-to-day.operations.for.the.communications.staff.and.
                                                                                                             team..
                                           www.DenverPioneers.com
                                                                                                             Prior.to.the.Magic,.Dupes.served.as.the.marketing.coordinator.for.Nova.South-
                          DU.is.proud.to.announce.a.completely.redesigned.and.enhanced.version.of.           eastern. University’s. DII. athletic. department. for. the. 2006-07. season. and. the.
                          www.DenverPioneers.com!.The.new.site.features.Pioneer.Vision,.an.exclusive.        sports.information.assistant.from.Jan..2005.to.July.2006..During.her.time.at.NSU,.
                          video.player.that.offers.live.events,.features.and.highlights.on.a.subscription.   Dupes.served.as.the.primary.contact.for.volleyball,.women’s.basketball.and.soft-
                          basis..The.new.site.also.features.enhanced.photos,.an.improved.team.shop,.         ball,.with.secondary.responsibility.in.men’s.and.women’s.soccer,.men’s.basket-
                          and.a.new.and.improved.navigable.design..The.redesigned.site.also.features.        ball,.baseball,.men’s.and.women’s.golf,.women’s.rowing.and.women’s.tennis..She.
                          the.following:                                                                     was.also.responsible.for.the.layout.and.design.of.all.the.department’s.publica-
                          •.Live.and.archived.audio.broadcasts      •.Real-time.stats                        tions.and.marketing.materials.for.each.sport.
                          of.hockey.and.men.and.women’s.            •.Complete.biographical.information..
                          basketball.games                          . on.each.coach.and.student-athlete..    Prior.to.NSU,.Dupes.served.as.a.student.assistant.in.the.University.of.Florida’s.
                          •.Ticket.information.                     . for.every.sport                        Sports.Information.Department.from.Aug..2001.to.Dec..2004..Her.career.in.me-
   13                     •.Student-athlete.interviews              •.Pioneer.profiles                       dia.relations.began.in.Jan..1999.with.the.Miami.Fusion,.MLS.franchise.(dissolved.
                          •.Podcasts                                •.Photo.galleries                        Jan..2002).while.she.was.a.student.in.high.school.until.her.graduation.in.June.
                          •.One-Fan.Profile                         •.Denver.weekly.e-newsletter             2001.
                          •.Up-to-the-minute.scores.and.stats       •.Camp/event.registration
                          •.Team.and.individual.stats               •.Pioneer.spirit                         Dupes,.a.native.of.Davie,.Fla.,.graduated.from.the.University.of.Florida.in.Gaines-
                          •.Schedules                               •.Other.interactive.features             ville,.Fla.,.in.Dec..2004.with.bachelor’s.degrees.in.Public.Relations.and.German.
                          •.Full.game.recaps

                                                                                          Denver Media Outlets
                        Print                             Rocky Mountain News                KKFN (AM 950 “The Fan”)          KCNC (Channel 4 - CBS)           KDVR (Channel 31 - FOX)
                        Associated Press                  Kevin.Huhn                         Tim.Spence                       Steve.Cox                        Eric.Goodman
                        Arnie.Stapleton                   Deputy.Sports.Editor               Program.Director                 Sports.Producer                  Sports.Producer
                        Sports.Editor                     101.W..Colfax,.Suite.500           7800.E..Orchard.Avenue,.Suite.   1044.Lincoln.Avenue              100.Speer.Boulevard
                        1444.Wazee.Street,.#130           Denver,.CO.80204                   400                              Denver,.CO.80203                 Denver,.CO.80203
                        Denver,.CO.80202                  (303).954-5100                     Greenwood.Village,.CO.80111      (303).830-6321                   (303).566-7523
                        (303).825-0123                    Fax:.(303).954-2602                (303).321-0950                   Fax:.(303).830-6380              Fax:.(303).566-7634
                        Fax:.(303).892-5927               Pat.Rooney,.Sports.Writer          Fax:.(303).320-0708
                                                                                             Radio (con’t)                    KMGH (Channel 7 - ABC)           Fox Sports Net Rocky Moun-
                        The Clarion                       Mile High Sports Magazine                                           Lionel.Bienvenu                  tain
                        Arianna.Ranahosseini              Doug.Ottewill                      KOA (AM 850)                     Sports.Anchor                    David.Rush
                        Sports.Editor                     Publisher/Editor                   Mark.Johnson                     123.Speer.Boulevard              News.Director.
                        University.of.Denver              1424.Larimer.Street.#100           Sports.Producer                  Denver,.CO.80203                 2300.15th.Street,.Suite.300
                        Denver,.CO.80208                  Denver,.CO.80202                   4695.S..Monaco.Parkway           (303).832-0169                   Denver,.CO.80202
                        (303).871-3131                    (303).650-1795                     Denver,.CO.80237                 Fax:.(303).832-0119              (720).898-2791
                        Fax:.(303).871-2568               Fax:.(303).524-3410                (303).713-8695                                                    Fax:.(720).898-2775
                                                                                             Fax:.(303).892-4700              KUSA (Channel 9 - NBC)
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                        The Denver Post                   Radio                                                               David.Hunt
                        David.Krause                      Mile High Sports Radio             Television                       Sports.Producer
                        Deputy.Sports.Editor              (KCKK AM 1510/KSXT AM              KWGN (Channel 2 - WB)            500.Speer.Boulevard
                        101.W..Colfax,.Suite.600          1570)                              Lisa.Holbrook                    Denver,.CO.80203
                        Denver,.CO.80202                  Nate.Kreckman                      Sports.Reporter                  (303).871-1490
                        (303).954-1294                    Program.Director                   6160.S..Wabash.Way               Fax:.(303).698-4700
                        Fax:.(303).954-9004               1424.Larimer.Street.#100           Englewood,.CO.80155
                        Mike.Chambers,.Sports.Writer      Denver,.CO..80202.                 (303).740-2814
                                                          (303).650-1795                     Fax:.(303).740-2803
                                                          Fax:.(303).524-3410


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                                                                                    MED ia iNfORM a tiON
Interview Policies                                        Strobes                                                   Parking
All. interviews. with. University. of. Denver. stu-       Any.use.of.strobe.lights.at.the.Ritchie.Center.for.       A.limited.number.of.media.parking.spaces.are.
dent-athletes. and. coaches. must. be. arranged.          athletic. events. must. be. approved. by. the. Uni-       available. for. the. 2008-09. season. and. will. be.
through. the. University. of. Denver. Media. Rela-        versity.of.Denver.Media.Relations.Office.in.ad-           distributed. on. a. first-come,. first-served. basis.. .
tions. Department.. The. University. of. Denver. is.      vance..Strobe.units.may.not.exceed.four.clusters.         Please. request. parking. when. requesting. cre-
committed.to.accommodating.the.needs.of.the.              of.strobe.lights.producing.a.maximum.of.3,200-            dentials..Media.parking.for.athletic.events.at.the.
media.. Coaches. and. players. are. typically. avail-     watt. seconds.. All. strobes. must. flash. at. a. dura-   Ritchie.Center.is.in.lot.401,.which.is.on.the.east.
able. before. and. after. practice. on. a. first-come,.   tion.of.less.than.1/2,000.of.a.second..All.hang-          side. of. Joy. Burns. Arena.. Easiest. access. is. from.
first-served.basis..No.interviews.will.be.granted.        ing.or.installed.strobes.must.be.placed.as.close.         Jewell.Ave.,.off.University.Boulevard.
during.a.practice.session.                                to.the.playing.surface.as.possible.and.near.the.
                                                          corners.but.not.behind.the.baskets.or.the.goals..         Directions to the University of Denver
Credentials                                               All.strobes.must.be.placed.at.the.site.and.tested.        Take.I-25.to.the.South.University.Boulevard.exit..
Media.credentials.are.issued.to.accredited.mem-           24.hours.before.the.first.game.during.which.the.          Proceed. south. to. the. first. stop. light. (Buchtel.
bers.of.the.media.only..Please.submit.requests.           strobes.will.be.used..No.other.strobes,.including.        Boulevard).. Go. through. the. Buchtel. Boulevard.
on. letterhead. via. fax. or. email. to. be. received.    hand-carried. units,. are. permitted. in. the. arena.     intersection.to.the.next.block.south.(Jewell.Av-
at. least. two. working. days. prior. to. the. event..    and.no.strobes.may.be.placed.on.or.attached.to.           enue)..Take.a.right.on.Jewell.and.proceed.west.
Credentials. may. be. picked. up. at. the. Daniel. L..    a.backboard.or.goal.standard.                             approximately. one-half. block. to. the. east. en-
Ritchie. Center. for. Sports. and. Wellness. media.                                                                 trance.of.the.Ritchie.Center.and.Hamilton.Gym-
will.call,.located.inside.the.loading.dock,.90.min-       Radio                                                     nasium..Media.parking.is.just.east.of.Joy.Burns.
utes.prior.to.the.start.of.each.contest..Creden-          All. radio. stations. wishing. to. broadcast. from.       Arena.(the.easternmost.part.of.the.Ritchie.Cen-
tials.to.be.mailed.should.be.requested.at.least.          Magness. Arena. should. contact. the. University.         ter).in.lot.401.
two.weeks.in.advance..Credentials.issued.for.the.         of. Denver. Media. Relations. Office. at. least. one.
previous.academic.year.are.not.valid..Individu-           week.prior.to.the.event..Space.will.be.provided.          Pioneers on the Internet
als.must.submit.the.appropriate.documentation.            for.the.official.radio.station.of.the.visiting.team;.     Get. the. latest. results,. statistics. and. other. in-
in.order.to.receive.a.new.credential.for.the.cur-         others.will.be.accommodated.as.space.permits..            formation. about. the. Pioneers. by. going. to. the.
rent. year..The. University. of. Denver. Division. of.    Phone.lines.must.be.arranged.for.all.stations.in.         University.of.Denver.Athletics.web.site.at:.www.
Athletics.reserves.the.right.to.accept.or.reject.all.     advance.                                                  DenverPioneers.com.
credential.requests.
                                                          Telephones
Photographer Credentials                                  The.University. of.Denver.has.telephones.avail-
Photo. access. at. University. of. Denver. athletics.     able. for. media. use. in. Magness. Arena.. Media.                          Media Relations
events. is. limited. to. accredited. photographers.       members. requiring. dedicated. telephone. lines.                             Information
on. assignment. by. daily. newspapers,. national.         are. asked. to. contact. the. University. of. Denver.
publications,. wire. services,. local. and. national.     Athletic. Media. Relations. Department. in. ad-            Office.Phone.................................(303).871-2390
television.outlets,.and.individuals.on.special.as-        vance.                                                     Office.Fax.......................................(303).871-3890
signment..No.freelance,.private,.high.school.or.                                                                     Magness.Arena.Press.Box........(303).871-3922
college. photographer,. weekly. newspapers. or.           Game Services                                              Barton.Stadium.Press.Box.......(303).871-6635
journalism.students.shall.be.issued.photograph-           Pre-game. media. notes,. biographical. updates,.           Hamilton.Gym.Press.Row........(303).871-2689
ic.credentials.unless.they.officially.represent.the.      lineups,. game. programs. and. season. statistics.
visiting. or. host. school.. Please. submit. requests.    will. be. available. to. the. working. media. in. the.     Mailing Address
on.letterhead.via.fax.or.email.to.be.received.at.         press.box.at.Magness.Arena..Shot.charts.will.be.           University.of.Denver
least.two.working.days.prior.to.the.event..Cre-           provided. between. each. period. and. complete.            2201.East.Asbury.Avenue
dentials. issued. for. the. previous. academic. year.     game.packets.are.available.following.the.game..            Denver,.CO.80208
are. not. valid.. Individuals. must. submit. the. ap-     In-game. statistics. will. be. distributed. to. mem-
propriate. documentation. in. order. to. receive. a.      bers.of.the.media.                                         Media Relations Staff
new.credential.for.the.current.year..The.Univer-                                                                     Erich.Bacher............................................... Director
sity.of.Denver.Division.of.Athletics.reserves.the.        Post-game Work Areas                                       Mike.Kennedy....................... Associate.Director
right.to.accept.or.reject.all.credential.requests...      The. press. box. will. be. available. following. each.     Derek.Nagy............................. Assistant.Director
                                                          home.game.as.work.area.for.media..Final.statis-            Nicole.Dupes.......................... Assistant.Director
Camera Procedures                                         tics.and.game.packets.will.be.available,.and.tele-         Mandy.Hansen...........Grad..Student.Assistant
Photographers.must.work.from.within.the.des-              phones.will.be.available.for.post-game.filing.                            .
                                                                                                                     Robert.Boyd............................Student.Assistant
ignated.areas.and.not.block.any.spectator’s.view.                                                                    Ryan.Mitchell..........................Student.Assistant
of.the.on-ice.action..Photographers.may.shoot.            Post-game Interviews                                       Lauren.Dale.............................Student.Assistant
from.the.press.box.or.the.Zamboni.entrance.in.            Post-game.interviews.will.be.conducted.outside.            Katy.Looft.................................Student.Assistant
the. northeast. corner.. Requests. to. photograph.        the.Pioneer.locker.room.following.a.10-minute.             Chelsea.Dodier.......................Student.Assistant
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from.any.other.location.in.Magness.Arena.must.            cooling-off. period.. Denver. head. coach. Erik.           Stephanie.Emrick...................Student.Assistant
be.made.in.advance.to.the.University.of.Denver.           Johnson. and. selected. players. will. be. available.
Media.Relations.Department..The.University.of.            for.interviews..Media.requests.for.both.Denver.            Staff Email Addresses
Denver.reserves.the.right.to.accept.or.reject.all.        and. opposing. coaches. and. players. should. be.          Erich.Bacher..............................ebacher@du.edu
credential.requests.                                      made.to.basketball.SID.Nicole.Dupes..Opponent.             Mike.Kennedy........michael.kennedy@du.edu
                                                          requests. will. be. forwarded. to. the. visiting. SID..
                                                                                                                     Derek.Nagy.................................. dnagy@du.edu
                                                          The.Pioneer.women’s.basketball.locker.room.is.
                                                                                                                     Nicole.Dupes.................. nicole.dupes@du.edu
                                                          closed.to.the.media.



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                        P   eter. Barton. Lacrosse. Stadium. opened.
                            for.the.2005.collegiate.lacrosse.season..
                        The. north-facing. stadium. accomodates.
                        approximately. 2,000. people. and. features.
                        stone. walls. with. pre-cast. concrete. bench.
                        seating,.locker.rooms.for.men.and.women,.
                        public.restrooms,.a.concession.area,.view-
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                        ing. pavilion/conference. room. and. a. two-
                        direction.press.box.that.will.also.serve.the.
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                                                     HEaD cOacH JaMiE MuNRO
                                  JamIE mUNrO                                          Prior.to.coming.to.Denver,.Munro.spent.eight.seasons.at.Yale.as.the.
                                                                                       top.assistant.coach..As.the.Bulldogs.offensive.coordinator.from.1991-
                                  Head Coach                                           97,.Munro.designed.an.attack.that.helped.the.team.achieve.five.Top.
                                  Brown.University..‘89                                20.national.rankings.in.eight.seasons.and.reach.the.NCAA.quarterfi-
                                                                                       nals.in.1992..Yale’s.offense.averaged.13.goals.per.game.in.1996,.which.
                                  Eleventh.Season                                      lead.to.a.No..14.ranking.in.the.final.NCAA.Division.I.poll.

                                                                                       In. Munro’s. final. year. at.Yale,. he. assumed. the. defensive. coordinator.
                                                                                       role..The.1998.Bulldog.squad.yielded.9.1.goals.per.game.and.ranked.
                                                                                       among.the.nation’s.Top.10.teams.in.scoring.defense..Two.members.of.
                                                                                       Munro’s.defense.earned.All-America.honors,.while.the.team’s.goalten-
                                                                                       der.and.two.defensemen.earned.All-Ivy.honors.

                                                                                       Munro. also. worked. with. the. goaltenders. in. his. eight. seasons. with.


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    amie.Munro.returns.for.his.11th.season.as.head.coach.of.the.Denver.                the.Bulldogs..During.his.tenure,.Yale.netminders.earned.All-America.
    Pioneers. in. 2009.. He. has. a. career. record. of. 84-62,. Denver’s. all-time.   and/or.All-Ivy.league.accolades.six.times..Munro.also.served.as.the.re-
    winningest. lacrosse. coach.. Munro. is. a. two-time. Great. Western. La-          cruiting.coordinator,.handling.all.scouting,.evaluating.and.contacting.
crosse.League.Coach.of.the.Year,.earning.the.award.in.2000.and.2006.                   high.school.prospects,.along.with.arranging.official.and.home.visits..

Munro. led. Denver. to. its. sixth. consecutive. winning. season. in. 2008..The.       Munro’s. first. coaching. experience. came. at. Colorado. College.. Serv-
Pioneers.made.their.second.NCAA.Tournament.appearance.and.finished.                    ing.as.the.top.assistant,.he.helped.the.Tigers.to.a.14-2.overall.record,.
with.a.10-7.overall.record..Denver.tied.for.first.in.the.Great.Western.La-             a.Rocky.Mountain.Intercollegiate.Lacrosse.League.title.and.the.first.
crosse.League.regular.season.standings.at.4-1.and.placed.six.players.on.               national.ranking.in.school.history..Munro.was.also.the.architect.of.a.
the.All-GWLL.team,.including.GWLL.Newcomer.of.the.Year.Jamie.Lincoln.                  Tiger.offense.that.averaged.14.goals.per.contest..

                                                    The. 2007. season. saw. the.       As.a.player,.Munro.was.a.four-year.member.of.the.Brown.University.
           The Munro Bio                            Pioneers. finish. 9-7. over-
                                                    all. and. third. at. 3-2. in.
                                                                                       lacrosse.team..He.garnered.All-Ivy.league.honors.from.1987-89.and.
                                                                                       capped.his.collegiate.career.by.being.named.an.All-American.in.1989..
                                                    the. GWLL.. Three. players.        Munro.captained.the.Bears.squad.as.a.senior.and.played.in.the.North-
 Player                                                                                South.College.All-Star.Game..Munro.played.professionally.for.the.Bos-
                                                    earned. All-GWLL. honors,.
 1986-89,.Brown.University                                                             ton.Blazers.of.the.Major.Indoor.Lacrosse.League.and.was.named.to.
                                                    and.senior.David.Hahn.was.
   •.Team.captain.(1989)                            named. a. USILA. Academic.         the.USILA.Club.All-Star.Team.in.1993..
   •.Earne. All-Ivy. league. honors. from.          All-American..
      1987-89.                                                                      Munro. and. his. wife. Sara,. along. with. their. son. Colin. and. daughters.
   •.Named.All-American.in.1989                     During. the. 2006. season. Emily.and.Lucy,.reside.in.Highlands.Ranch.
   •. Played. in. North-South. All-Star. game.      Munro.led.the.Pioneers.to.a.
      in.1989.                                      12-5.record.and.a.perfect.5-
   •.Also.played.professionally.for.the.Bos-        0.GWLL.mark,.which.earned.
      ton.Blazers                                   the.program.its.third.GWLL.
                                                    regular. season. title.. The.
 Assistant Coach                                    Pioneers. also. earned. their.
 .Colorado.College                                  first-ever. NCAA. Tourna-
 1991-98,.Yale                                      ment. bid. and. compiled. a.
                                                    school-record. 12. wins. in.
                                                    the. regular. season.. Their.
 Education                                          seven-game.winning.streak.
 Brown.University                                   from.April.7-29.marked.the.
                                                    longest. winning. streak. in.
 Personal                                           Division. I. Pioneer. lacrosse.
 Family:.Wife-.Sara;                                history.
 Daughters-.Emily.and.Lucy
 Son-.Colin                                    In. 2005,. Munro. led. the.
                                               Pioneers. to. a. 9-5. record,. a.
                                               share.of.the.GWLL.title.and.
a.final.national.ranking.of.No..18.in.the.Coaches.Poll.

Early.in.the.2004.season,.Munro.coached.the.Pioneers.to.a.9-7.upset.of.
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then-No..1.Virginia.in.the.final.game.of.the.Pioneer.Face-Off.Classic..After.
the.win.DU.received.the.program’s.highest.ranking.at.No..10.in.the.USILA.
Geico/STX.Coaches.Poll..

Munro.and.the.Pioneers.finished.the.2003.campaign.with.a.five-game.win-
ning.streak.en.route.to.a.9-5.overall.record.and.top.honors.in.the.GWLL..
The.Pioneers.shared.the.title.with.Notre.Dame.and.Ohio.State.

In.his.10.years.at.DU,.Munro.has.coached.four.All-Americans.in.Mike.Law,.
Scott.Davidson,.Geoff.Snider.and.Corey.Vann.


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                                                                                                 2008-09 University of Denver
                        assOciatE HEaD cOacH JON tORPEy
                                                          JON TOrPEy
                                                          Associate Head Coach
                                                                                                                       The Torpey Bio
                                                          Ohio.State,.‘00                                     Player
                                                          Fifth.Season                                        1997-2000,.Ohio.State
                                                                                                                •.Team.captain.(1998-2000)
                                                                                                                •.Four-time.scholar.athlete
                                                                                                                •. Three-time. All-Academic. Big.Ten. se-
                                                                                                                   lection
                                                                                                                •.Finalist.for.the.Big.Ten.Medal.of.Honor.
                                                                                                                   and.the.Corwin.A..Fergus.Award.
                                                                                                                •.All-American.his.senior.season
                                                                                                                •. Played. professionally,. and. won. the.
                                                                                                                   2006.World.Championship
                        Associate.head.coach.Jon.Torpey.enters.his.fourth.season.as.an.assistant.
                        coach.for.the.Pioneers..Last.season,.Torpey.helped.lead.Denver.to.its.sixth.          Assistant Coach
                        consecutive.winning.season.in.2008..                                                  2001,.Denison.College

                        The.Pioneers.made.their.second.NCAA.Tournament.appearance.and.fin-                    Education
                        ished.with.a.10-7.overall.record..Denver.tied.for.first.in.the.Great.Western.         ‘00.Ohio.State.University
                        Lacrosse.League.regular.season.standings.at.4-1.and.placed.six.players.on.            ‘04.Goucher.College
                        the.All-GWLL.team,.including.GWLL.Newcomer.of.the.Year.Jamie.Lincoln.
                                                                                                              Personal
                        During.the.2007.season.Torpey.helped.the.Pioneers.to.a.9-7.(3-2.GWLL).                Family:.Wife,.Tegan
                        record.and.a.third.place.finish.in.the.GWLL..

                        In. 2006,. Torpey. was. instrumental. in. bringing. DU’s. first. outright. GWLL.
                        championship.and.their.first.ever.NCAA.Tournament.bid..During.his.time.
                        at.DU.the.defense.was.in.the.top-10.in.the.nation.in.man-down.defense.
                        and.goals.against.

                        In.his.first.season.he.helped.the.Pioneers.to.a.9-5.overall.record,.a.share.
                        of.the.Great.Western.Lacrosse.League.title.and.a.No..18.final.ranking.in.
                        the.USILA.Geico/STX.Coaches.Poll..Before.Denver.and.while.playing.in.the.
                        National.Lacrosse.League,.Torpey.was.an.assistant.coach.at.Denison.Uni-
                        versity.where.his.team.made.it.to.the.2001.Division.III.final.four..Torpey.
                        spent.three.seasons.at.Goucher.College.in.Baltimore,.where.the.defense.
                        went.from.unranked.to.No..13.in.the.country.in.scoring.defense,.allowing.
                        just.8.14.goals.per.game..

                        Torpey. was. a. four-year. starter. and. three-year. captain. at. Ohio. State.. He.
                        was.a.four-time.scholar-athlete,.a.three-time.All-Academic.Big.Ten.selec-
                        tion.and.a.finalist.for.the.Big.Ten.Medal.of.Honor.and.the.Corwin.A..Fergus.
                        Award..He.earned.All-America.honors.his.senior.season..

                        Upon.graduation,.Torpey.played.with.the.Columbus.Landsharks,.the.Phil-
                        adelphia.Wings.for.2.seasons,.the.Colorado.Mammoth.for.two.seasons,.
                        including.winning.the.2006.World.Championship..Torpey.also.played.with.
                        the.Denver.Outlaws.and.Philadelphia.Barrage.of.the.MLL..He.spent.one.
                        summer.with.the.Victoria.Shamrocks.in.the.WLA.and.won.Mann.Cup...........

                        Torpey.earned.his.bachelor’s.degree.in.education.from.Ohio.State.in.2000.
                        and. received. a. master’s. degree. in. both. education. and. sports. adminis-
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                        tration. from. Goucher. College. in. 2004..Torpey. enjoys. traveling,. working.
                        out,.reading.books.and.visiting.family..He.married.Tegan.Karl.in.August.
                        of.2007.




                6
                          2008-09 University of Denver
                                                                                    assistaNt c Oac HE s
                                 maTT BrOwN                                                                        GLENN GOrDEN
                                 Assistant Coach                                                                   Volunteer Assistant
                                 Denver,.‘05                                                                       Denver,.‘03
                                 Second.Season                                                                     First.Season




Former.DU.men’s.lacrosse.standout.Matt.Brown.is.in.his.second.year.as.an.           Glenn. Gorden. is. entering. his. first. season. as. volunteer. assistant.
assistant.coach.for.his.alma.mater..                                                coach.for.the.Denver.Pioneer.men’s.lacrosse.program..An.alumnus.
                                                                                    of.DU,.Glenn.comes.to.the.Pioneers.after.serving.time.as.an.assis-
Last.season,.Torpey.helped.lead.Denver.to.its.sixth.consecutive.winning.            tant.coach.for.Brown.University’s.lacrosse.program.
season.in.2008..

The.Pioneers.made.their.second.NCAA.Tournament.appearance.and.fin-                  Gorden.will.work.primarily.with.the.defense.and.the.face-off.men,.
ished.with.a.10-7.overall.record..Denver.tied.for.first.in.the.Great.Western.       while. contributing. to. the. efforts. in. alumni. and. community. rela-
Lacrosse.League.regular.season.standings.at.4-1.and.placed.six.players.on.          tions.
the.All-GWLL.team,.including.GWLL.Newcomer.of.the.Year.Jamie.Lincoln.
                                                                                    During.his.time.at.Brown,.Gorden.worked.under.coaches.Lars.Tiffa-
In.2007,.Brown.served.as.a.volunteer.assistant.coach.and.helped.the.Pio-            ny,.Jon.Thompson.and.Earol.Wilson.and.helped.to.coach.the.Bears.
neers.to.a.9-7.(3-2.GWLL).record.and.a.third.place.finish.in.the.GWLL..             to.an.Ivy.League.title.in.2008.
Brown.was.a.four-year.starter.for.the.Pioneers.from.2002-04..While.at.DU,.
                                                                                    Prior.to.joining.the.Brown.coaching.staff,.Gorden.was.a.member.
Brown.played.56.games.and.accumulated.137.points,.the.sixth-best.total.
in.Pioneers’.history,.and.113.goals,.fourth.on.the.DU’s.career.goal.list..As.a.     of.the.DU.men’s.lacrosse.program.for.three.seasons.(2000,.2001.&.
senior,.he.was.named.First.Team.All-Great.Western.Lacrosse.League.at.at-            2003)...Gorden.played.as.a.defenseman.in.23.games.and.grabbed.
tack,.earned.Preseason.All-American.honorable.mention.honors.and.was.               11.ground.balls..As.a.Pioneer.student-athlete,.he.assumed.a.men-
named.GWLL.Player.of.the.Week...                                                    toring.and.leadership.role.with.his.fellow.teammates,.participated.
                                                                                    in.team.volunteer.events.and.coordinated.efforts.to.raise.money.
Brown. was.a. three-time.Face-Off. Classic. All-Tournament.team.member..            for.the.program...
Brown. was. named. the. GWLL. Newcomer. of. the.Year. in. 2002. after. lead-
ing.the.team.in.points.and.goals.and.was.named.to.the.All-GWLL.Second.              At.the.conclusion.of.his.final.season.under.coach.Munro,.Gorden.
Team.as.a.junior.
                                                                                    graduated.from.Denver.with.a.degree.in.real.estate.construction.
Led. by. Brown,. the. Pioneer. lacrosse. program. gained. national. attention,.     management.
tying.for.the.GWLL.title.in.2003.and.2005.and.finishing.with.a.then.school-
high.ranking.of.No..18.in.2005.                                                     A. native. of. Yarmouth,. Maine,. Gorden. attended. Yarmouth. High.
                                                                                    School.Bridgton.Academy,.where.he.helped.the.1999.soccer.team.
Upon. completing. his. DU. career,. Brown. was. drafted. fifth. overall. by. the.   win.a.State.Title.and.was.named.a.Prep.Lacrosse.All-American.
Arizona.Sting.of.the.National.Lacrosse.League,.where.he.played.in.all.18.
games.and.accumulating.40.points..Brown.has.spent.the.last.two.sum-
mers.playing.for.the.Denver.Outlaws.of.Major.League.Lacrosse,.recording.
63.goals.and.72.points..

In. addition. to. his. coaching. duties,. which. include. working. with. the. of-
fense,.scheduling.and.alumni.relations,.Brown.runs.Destinations.by.J&M,.
a.property.management.company..Brown.also.has.coached.high.school.
and.club.lacrosse.in.Arizona..
                                                                                                                                                                 Men’s Lacrosse




e.of.Burnaby,.British.Columbia,.Brown.graduated.from.DU.with.a.B.S./B.A..
in.finance/marketing.in.2005..He.resides.in.Denv




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                                                                                                  2008-09 University of Denver
                        2009 sEasON PREviEw

                        T
                              he. University. of. Denver. men’s. lacrosse. team. has. a. lot. to. be.
                              thankful.for.in.2009...With.eight.out.of.the.top.10.scorers.from.          Led. by. Seniors. Joey. Murray. and. Cliff. Smith,. the. midfield. will. be.
                              2008.returning,.including.all.but.one.starter.on.defense,.and.the.         stronger.in.2009...Murray.a.two.time.All-Conference.performer.and.
                        addition.of.the.No..10.ranked.recruiting.class.in.the.nation,.the.Pio-           Smith.a.three.time.All-Conference.performer,.give.us.size,.skills.and.
                        neers.have.more.athleticism,.skill,.and.depth.than.ever.before...Led.by.         scoring.ability...Both.Murray.and.Smith.have.the.skills.of.attackmen.      .
                        an.outstanding.senior.class,.the.team.will.be.tested.by.an.extremely.            and. the. athleticism. to. play. defense. and. run. transition.. .Together.
                        challenging.schedule.including.games.against.nine.top.25.teams...                they. give. the. Pioneers. a. one-two. punch. as. Murray’s. a. righty. and.
                                                                                                         Smith.is.a.lefty...
                        The. cliché,.“Defense. wins. Championships”. applies. to. the. 2009. Pio-
                        neers.in.that.a.year.ago.a.very.young.defense.showed.signs.of.great-             John.and.Charley.Dickenson.are.the.spark.of.the.Pioneer.offense..         .
                        ness,.but.was.inconsistent...A.year.later.juniors.Dillon.Roy.and.Payton.         Playing.on.different.lines,.they.are.the.point.guards.that.must.be.
                        Sanders.have.plans.for.consistency.and.excellence...Roy.is.one.of.the.           on.the.field.at.all.times...With.great.vision.and.remarkable.skill,.John.
                        best.“cover.guys”.in.the.nation.while.Sanders.is.the.glue.that.holds.            and. Charley. can. break. down. any. short. stick. in. the. nation,. while.
                        the.defense.together...                                                          they.will.go.right.at.a.pole...

                        Sophomores. Brendan. DeBlois,. a. 2008. All-Conference. second. team.                                                                                   .
                                                                                                         Junior.Ilija.Gajic.is.an.all-around.athlete.that.gets.better.each.year..
                        selection,.and.Jamie.MacDonald.will.bolster.the.defense.by.playing.              He.can.score.and.feed.and.is.probably.the.best.scramble-situation.
                        both.long.stick.midfield.and.close.defense...MacDonald’s.pure.athlet-            player.on.the.team...Gajic.will.also.play.two.ways.and.play.on.face-
                        icism.and.speed.allow.him.to.run.with.anyone,.while.DeBlois’s.com-               off.wings...
                        petitiveness.combined.with.his.ability.to.get.the.ball.off.the.ground.
                        (47).make.him.a.valuable.asset...                                                Senior.Brad.Richardson.has.many.talents;.facing.off,.defense,.attack.
                                                                                                         and.midfield...Richardson’s.skill.and.athleticism.has.allowed.him.to.
                        Senior. Mike. Anderson. and. sophomores. Jeff. Brown. and. Steve. Sim-                                                                                .
                                                                                                         play.all.of.these.positions.in.games.in.his.three.years.as.a.Pioneer..
                        onetti. will. factor. into. this. season’s. defense.. . Anderson,. a. scoring.   He’s.a.match-up.problem.in.the.midfield,.because.he.can.play.at-
                        threat.every.time.he.crosses.the.midfield.line,.will.play.pole.and.close.        tach.and.the.finishing.sport.on.EMO..
                        as.will.Brown...Simonetti.has.field.awareness.and.stick.skills.that.make.
                        him.a.pivotal.part.of.our.team.defense...                                        Rounding.out.the.midfielders.and.competing.for.playing.time.are.
                                                                                                         Deke. Jackson,. Andrew. Lay. and. Rogers.. . Jackson. has. played. two.
                        Steven.Wylie,. Jon.Vande.Werken. and. Liam. Resch,. three. of. our. top.         ways.for.the.Pioneers.in.his.first.two.seasons.and.is.looking.to.take.
   13                   freshmen.coming.in,.have.put.themselves.in.a.great.position.to.work.             his.offensive.game.and.stick.skills.to.a.level.where.he.makes.play-
                        their.way.on.the.field...Wylie.is.a.physical.specimen.at.6-6.and.210.            ers.around.him.better...Lay.is.one.of.the.best.shooters.on.the.team.
                        pounds,.Resch.gets.up.the.field.as.well.as.any.of.our.returning.defen-           while.Rogers.will.be.a.utility.player.for.the.Pioneers.this.season.play-
                        semen.and.Vande.Werken’s.slickness.with.the.ball.is.as.impressive.as.            ing.midfield.and.attack.as.well.as.taking.face.offs.and.being.on.the.
                        his.athleticism.                                                                 wings.

                        It.all.starts.with.a.goalie...Senior.captain.Austin.Konkel.returns.as.the.       The.attack.position.is.the.deepest.it’s.ever.been.at.Denver...Led.by.
                        incumbent...Konkel’s.athleticism.creates.game-changing.plays.with.               returning.All-American,.sophomore.Jamie.Lincoln.brings.dynamic.
                        his.out.of.the.cage.double.teams...Junior.Peyton.Tyrie.is.a.consistent.          scoring. ability. and. a. much. improved. dodging. ability.. . Lincoln’s.
                        ball. stopper. and. leads. the. clear. with. a. veteran’s. confidence,. while.   speed.is.as.good.as.any.athlete’s.in.Division.I.and.will.be.featured.in.
                        junior.Pete.Lowell.showed.signs.of.brilliance.this.fall...When.the.righty.       many.ways.this.season...
                        gets.hot,.he’s.tough.to.beat...Freshman.Zander.Buteux.is.one.of.the.
                        most.explosive.athletes.on.the.team.and.is.pushing.the.upper.class-              Playing. the. wings. will. be. lefty. Mark. Matthews. and. righty’s. Cory.
                        men.behind.him.                                                                  Schaeffler,. along. with. Alex. Gajic. and. transfer. Todd. Baxter.. . Mat-
                                                                                                         thews,.like.Lincoln.has.a.great.scoring.touch.and.is.a.tremendous.
                        Like. great. cornerbacks. in. football,. the. best. defensive. short. sticks.    feeder.. . Schaeffler,. who. was. hindered. with. injuries. this. fall,. looks.
                        don’t.need.a.lot.of.support...Senior.Kyle.Widerstedt,.junior.Cameron.            to.bring.his.6-3,.215-pound.frame.to.his.man,.helping.him.to.make.
                        Kerr,. sophomores. Emerson. Eichler. and. Alex. Drexler,. and. freshman.         the.right.pass...
                        Greyson.Konkel.give.the.2009.Pioneers.size,.speed,.skill.and.athleti-
                        cism.necessary.to.play.at.the.highest.levels...                                  Gajic. brings. all. of. his. 6-4,. 235. pounds. to. the. field,. making. him. a.
                                                                                                         match-up. problem. on. and. off. the. ball.. Baxter,. a. natural. scorer,.
                        While.a.slide.and.recover.scheme.will.be.employed.in.this.year’s.de-             brings.intensity.and.hustle.every.time.he.steps.on.the.field...Playing.
                        fense,.having.lock.down.cover.ability.makes.a.huge.difference.in.cer-            the.X.spot.will.be.sophomore.Ryan.Driver,.who.saw.time.on.EMO.
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                        tain.match-ups...Finally,.these.four.athletes.can.get.up.the.field.and.          last. season. and. has. a. level. of. consistency. and. intelligence. to. go.
                        create.offense.in.transition.while.making.smart.decisions.                       along.with.his.high.skill.level.and.quickness...

                        Returning.as.the.20th.ranked.face-off.man.in.the.nation,.junior.cap-             Alex. Demopolous. impressed. this. fall. with. his. playmaking. ability..  .
                        tain. Ben.Wahler. has. the. skills,. explosiveness. and. work. ethic. to. be-    “Demops”.will.push.Driver.all.the.way...Finally,.Rogers.will.likely.play.
                        come.a.top-10.face-off.man...Backing.him.up.will.be.freshman.Patrick.            some. attack. so. we. can. use. his. speed,. quickness. and. skills. to. go.
                        Rogers,.Roy,.and.DeBlois...Roy,.Rogers.and.DeBlois.will.be.on.wings.             along.with.an.unparalleled.work.ethic.and.intensity.
                        when.they.are.not.facing.off...Look.for.the.Pioneers.to.have.an.im-
                        proved.face-off.percentage.in.2009.

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                          2008-09 University of Denver
                                                     2009 sc HED u LE
February
.14. Sat..           at.North.Carolina.        Chapel.Hill,.N.C..        11.a.m.
.21. Sat..           at.Albany.                Albany,.N.Y..             11.a.m.
 28 Sat.             SACRED HEART^             Barton Stadium         1:30 p.m.

March
. 1 Sun.            TOWSON^                    Barton Stadium         1:30 p.m.
...6. Fri..         at.Pennsylvania.           Philadelphia,.Pa..         1.p.m.
...8. Sun..         at.Brown.                  Providence,.R.I..         11.a.m.
.17. Tue..          at.Bucknell.               Lewisburg,.Pa..            2.p.m.
 21 Sat.            STONY BROOK                Barton Stadium         1:30 p.m..
 24 Tue.            DREXEL                     Barton Stadium         7:30 p.m.
.29. Sun..          at.Bellarmine*.            Louisville,.Ky..          11.a.m.

April
...4.   Sat..       at.Quinnipiac*.            Hamden,.Conn..            11.a.m.
 11     Sat.        NOTRE DAME                 Barton Stadium         1:30 p.m.
 17     Fri.        DETROIT                    Barton Stadium         7:30 p.m.
 19     Sun.        OHIO STATE*                Barton Stadium         1:30 p.m.
 25     Sat.        AIR FORCE*                 Barton Stadium         7:30 p.m..

May
1-3. Fri.-Sun..      GWLL.Championship.        Troy,.Mich..                TBD

Home.games.in.BOLD CAPS
*.-.Great.Western.Lacrosse.League.
^.-.Face-Off.Classic
All.times.Mountain.and.are.subject.to.change




                                                                                   Men’s lacrosse




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                                                   2008-09 University of Denver
  2009
 Denver
Pioneers
                                                                                                                                          2009 R Ost ER
NUMERICAL
NO       NAME                                               POS                 CL           HT            WT                                                     HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)
1..      Peyton.Tyrie.                                      Goalie.             Jr..         5-5...        145.                                              Greenwood.Village,.Colo..(Arapahoe.H.S.)
2.       Zander.Buteux.                                     Goalie.             Fr..         6-1.          205.                                                        Madison,.N.J..(Berkshire.School)
3.       John.Dickenson.                                    Midfield.           Jr..         5-7...        160.                                                       Dallas,.Texas.(Highland.Park.H.S.)
4.       Jon.Vande.Werken.                                  Defense.            Fr..         6-2.          195.                                                Columbus,.Ohio.(Upper.Arlington.H.S.)
5.       Deke.Jackson.                                      Midfield.           Jr..         6-2...        180.                                      Boise,.Idaho.(Salisbury.School).(Timberline.H.S.)
7.       Austin.Konkel.                                     Goalie.             Sr..         5-11...       175.                                                                 Aurora,.CO.(Regis.Jesuit)
8.       Charley.Dickenson.                                 Midfield...         Jr..         5-7...        160.                                                       Dallas,.Texas.(Highland.Park.H.S.)
9.       Ilija.Gajic.                                       Midfield...         Jr..         6-0...        190.                                   Burnaby,.British.Columbia.(Cariboo.Hill.Secondary)
10.      Alex.Gajic.                                        Attack.             Fr..         6-4.          225.                                     Burnaby,.British.Columbia,.Canada.(Cariboo.H.S.)
11.      Patrick.Rogers.                                    Midfield...         Fr..         5-9.          175.                                                                Portland,.Ore..(Jesuit.HS)
12.      Greyson.Konkel.                                    Midfield...         Fr..         6-1...        199.                                                         Aurora,.Colo..(Regis.Jesuit.H.S.)
13.      Brendan.Deblois.                                   Defense...          So..         5-11...       190.                                              Narragansett,.R.I..(The.Hotchkiss.School)
14.      Steven.Wylie.                                      Defense.            Fr..         6-5.          205.                                                          Denver,.Colo..(Regis.Jesuit.HS)
15.      Ryan.Driver.                                       Attack...           So..         6-0...        175.                                         Centennial,.Colo..(Cherry.Creek.High.School)
16.      Dillon.Roy.                                        Defense...          Jr..         5-10...       190.                                                         Denver,.Colo.(Denver.East.H.S.)
17.      Cameron.Kerr.                                      Attack...           Jr..         5-10...       170.                                          Cherry.Hills.Village,.Colo..(Cherry.Creek.H.S.)
18.      Brad.Richardson.                                   Midfield...         Sr..         6-3...        210.                                           Langley,.B.C..(Mountain.Secondary.School)
19.      Cory.Schaeffler.                                   Attack..            Sr..         6-3...        210.                                           Carmel,.Calif..(Robert.Louis.Stevenson.H.S.)
20.      Joey.Murray.                                       Midfield...         Sr..         6-0...        200.                                                                Denver,.CO.(Regis.Jesuit)
21.      Jamie.MacDonald.                                   Defense...          So..         6-0...        195.                                                      Providence,.R.I..(Salisbury.School)
22.      Mark.Matthews.                                     Attack.             Fr..         6-4.          210.                                                                Oshawa,.Ontario,.Canada
23.      Jeff.Brown.                                        Defense.            So..         6-4...        195.                                               Cohasset,.Mass..(Cohasset.High.School)
24.      Todd.Baxter.                                       Attack...           So..         6-0...        170.                                                    Eden.Prarie,.Minn..(Eden.Prarie.H.S.)
25.      Emerson.Eichler.                                   Midfield...         So..         6-2...        190.                                               New.Vernon,.N.J..(The.Hotchkiss.School)
26.      Andrew.Lay.                                        Midfield...         So..         6-0...        180.                                               Denver,.Colo..(Denver.East.High.School)
27.      Cliff.Smith.                                       Attack...           Sr..         6-3...        200.                                            Surrey,.B.C..(Queen.Elizabeth.High.School)
28.      Payton.Sanders.                                    Defense...          Jr..         6-1...        200.                                                   Centennial,.Colo..(Cherry.Creek.H.S.)
33.      Alex.Demopoulos.                                   Attack.             Fr..         5-10.         190.                                                   Canton,.Conn..(Avon.Old.Farms.H.S.)
34.      Alex.Drexler.                                      Midfield...         So..         6-1...        180.                                       New.Canaan,.Conn..(New.Canaan.High.School)
36.      Peter.Lowell.                                      Goalie...           Jr..         5-11...       175.                                          Freeport,.Maine.(North.Yarmouth.Academy)
37.      Kyle.Widerstedt.                                   Midfield...         Sr..         6-4...        210.                                             Bloomfield.Hills,.MI.(Birmingham.Groves)
38.      Ben.Wahler.                                        Midfield...         Jr..         5-9...        180.                                                      Denver,.Colo..(Cushing.Academy)
39.      Kyle.Wollenhaupt.                                  Midfield.           Fr..         5-11.         170.                                                               Golden,.Colo..(Mullen.HS)
40.      Mike.Anderson.                                     Defense...          Sr..         6-0...        200.                                                     Louisville,.Ky..(Trinity.High.School)
41.      Steve.Simonetti.                                   Defense...          So..         6-0...        185.                                            Dublin,.Ohio.(Dublin.Jerome.High.School)
43.      Liam.Resch.                                        Defense.            Fr..         6-4.          183.                                                   Erdenheim,.Penn..(Penn.Charter.HS)
44.      Jamie.Lincoln.                                     Midfield...         So..         6-0...        175.                                                St..Catharines,.Ontario.(Ridley.College)

ALPHABETICAL
NO        NAME                                              POS                 CL           HT            WT                                                     HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)
40.       Mike.Anderson.                                    Defense...          Sr..         6-0...        200.                                                     Louisville,.Ky..(Trinity.High.School)
24.       Todd.Baxter.                                      Attack...           So..         6-0...        170.                                                    Eden.Prarie,.Minn..(Eden.Prarie.H.S.)
23.       Jeff.Brown.                                       Defense.            So..         6-4...        195.                                               Cohasset,.Mass..(Cohasset.High.School)
2.        Zander.Buteux.                                    Goalie.             Fr..         6-1.          205.                                                        Madison,.N.J..(Berkshire.School)
13.       Brendan.Deblois.                                  Defense...          So..         5-11...       190.                                              Narragansett,.R.I..(The.Hotchkiss.School)
33.       Alex.Demopoulos.                                  Attack.             Fr..         5-10.         190.                                                   Canton,.Conn..(Avon.Old.Farms.H.S.)
8.        Charley.Dickenson.                                Midfield...         Jr..         5-7...        160.                                                       Dallas,.Texas.(Highland.Park.H.S.)
3.        John.Dickenson.                                   Midfield.           Jr..         5-7...        160.                                                       Dallas,.Texas.(Highland.Park.H.S.)
34.       Alex.Drexler.                                     Midfield...         So..         6-1...        180.                                       New.Canaan,.Conn..(New.Canaan.High.School)
15.       Ryan.Driver.                                      Attack...           So..         6-0...        175.                                         Centennial,.Colo..(Cherry.Creek.High.School)
25.       Emerson.Eichler.                                  Midfield...         So..         6-2...        190.                                               New.Vernon,.N.J..(The.Hotchkiss.School)
10.       Alex.Gajic.                                       Attack.             Fr..         6-4.          225.                                     Burnaby,.British.Columbia,.Canada.(Cariboo.H.S.)
9.        Ilija.Gajic.                                      Midfield...         Jr..         6-0...        190.                                   Burnaby,.British.Columbia.(Cariboo.Hill.Secondary)
5.        Deke.Jackson.                                     Midfield.           Jr..         6-2...        180.                                      Boise,.Idaho.(Salisbury.School).(Timberline.H.S.)
17.       Cameron.Kerr.                                     Attack...           Jr..         5-10...       170.                                          Cherry.Hills.Village,.Colo..(Cherry.Creek.H.S.)
7.        Austin.Konkel.                                    Goalie.             Sr..         5-11...       175.                                                                 Aurora,.CO.(Regis.Jesuit)
12.       Greyson.Konkel.                                   Midfield...         Fr..         6-1...        199.                                                         Aurora,.Colo..(Regis.Jesuit.H.S.)
26.       Andrew.Lay.                                       Midfield...         So..         6-0...        180.                                               Denver,.Colo..(Denver.East.High.School)
44.       Jamie.Lincoln.                                    Midfield...         So..         6-0...        175.                                                St..Catharines,.Ontario.(Ridley.College)
36.       Peter.Lowell.                                     Goalie...           Jr..         5-11...       175.                                          Freeport,.Maine.(North.Yarmouth.Academy)
21.       Jamie.MacDonald.                                  Defense...          So..         6-0...        195.                                                      Providence,.R.I..(Salisbury.School)
22.       Mark.Matthews.                                    Attack.             Fr..         6-4.          210.                                                                Oshawa,.Ontario,.Canada
20.       Joey.Murray.                                      Midfield...         Sr..         6-0...        200.                                                                Denver,.CO.(Regis.Jesuit)
43.       Liam.Resch.                                       Defense.            Fr..         6-4.          183.                                                   Erdenheim,.Penn..(Penn.Charter.HS)
18.       Brad.Richardson.                                  Midfield...         Sr..         6-3...        210.                                           Langley,.B.C..(Mountain.Secondary.School)
11.       Patrick.Rogers.                                   Midfield...         Fr..         5-9.          175.                                                                Portland,.Ore..(Jesuit.HS)
16.       Dillon.Roy.                                       Defense...          Jr..         5-10...       190.                                                         Denver,.Colo.(Denver.East.H.S.)
28.       Payton.Sanders.                                   Defense...          Jr..         6-1...        200.                                                   Centennial,.Colo..(Cherry.Creek.H.S.)
19.       Cory.Schaeffler.                                  Attack.             Sr..         6-3...        210.                                           Carmel,.Calif..(Robert.Louis.Stevenson.H.S.)
41.       Steve.Simonetti.                                  Defense...          So..         6-0...        185.                                            Dublin,.Ohio.(Dublin.Jerome.High.School)
27.       Cliff.Smith.                                      Attack...           Sr..         6-3...        200.                                            Surrey,.B.C..(Queen.Elizabeth.High.School)
1..       Peyton.Tyrie.                                     Goalie.             Jr..         5-5...        145.                                              Greenwood.Village,.Colo..(Arapahoe.H.S.)
4.        Jon.Vande.Werken.                                 Defense.            Fr..         6-2.          195.                                                Columbus,.Ohio.(Upper.Arlington.H.S.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Men’s lacrosse



38.       Ben.Wahler.                                       Midfield...         Jr..         5-9...        180.                                                      Denver,.Colo..(Cushing.Academy)
37.       Kyle.Widerstedt.                                  Midfield...         Sr..         6-4...        210.                                             Bloomfield.Hills,.MI.(Birmingham.Groves)
39.       Kyle.Wollenhaupt.                                 Midfield.           Fr..         5-11.         170.                                                               Golden,.Colo..(Mullen.HS)
14.       Steven.Wylie.                                     Defense.            Fr..         6-5.          205.                                                          Denver,.Colo..(Regis.Jesuit.HS)

Head.Coach:.Jamie.Munro.(Brown,.1989),.10th.season
Assoc..Head.Coach:.Jon.Torpey.(Ohio.State,.2000),.fourth.season;.Assistant.Coach:.Matt.Brown.(Denver,.2005),.first.season;.Volunteer.Assistant.Coach:.Glenn.Gorden.(Denver,.2003),.first.season

PRONOUNCIATIONS
Zander.Buteux.            ZAN-der.beau-TOE.             Emerson.Eichler.           em-ER-son.I-sh-LER.            Brendan.Deblois.            DE-bleau.        Alex.Demopoulos.         de-MOP-o-LUS
Alex.Gajic.               g-EYE-ch.                     Ilija.Gajic.               ILL-e-ah.g-EYE-ch.             Cory.Schaeffler.            ssh-EF-ler.      Steve.Simonetti.           SIM-O-net-E
Peyton.Tyrie.             tie-REE.                      Jon.Vande.Werken.          van-D.where-KIN.               Ben.Wahler.                 WALL-er.         Kyle.Widerstedt.            v-E-der-stet
Kyle.Wollenhaupt.         wallen-HAU-pt.                Steve.Wylie.               while-E



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                                                                                                                      2008-09 University of Denver
                        P L a yE R PR O f i L E s

                                                          mIkE aNDErSON                                                                  TODD BaxTEr
                                                          Senior.•.Defense                                                               Sophomore.•.Attack
                                                          6-0.•.200                                                                      6-4.•.195
                                                          Louisville,.Ky.                                                                Eden.Prarie,.Minn.
                                                          Trinity.H.S.                                                                   Eden.Prarie.H.S.




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                        2008:.Made.three.starts.while.playing.in.all.17.games.for.the.Pioneers.        Before Denver:.Honored.as.a.high.school.All-American,.All-State,.MVP.
                        •.tallied.three.goals.on.three.shots.on.goal.•.scored.first.career.goal.and.   and. team. captain. while. playing. for. Eden. Prarie. High. (Minn.). •. all-time.
                        had.a.game-high.four.groundballs.against.Presbyterian.(3/24).•.scooped.        point.leader.for.H.S..•.transferred.to.DU.after.playing.one.season.at.Fair-
                        up.20.groundballs.and.eight.caused.turnovers.•.took.three.penalties.           field.University.

                        Before Denver: Honored.as.a.high.school.All-American.in.2003.and.2004.         Personal:.Born.September.19,.1988,.in.Bryn.Mawr,.Pa..•.son.of.Malcolm.
                        while.playing.lacrosse.for.Trinity.(Ky.).H.S..•.member.of.the.2004.Kentucky.   and. Judy. Baxter. •. has. one. brother,. Stuart. •. participates. in. Habitat. for.
                        state.championship.team.•.transferred.to.DU.after.playing.two.seasons.of.      Humanity.•.enjoys.music,.biking,.skiing,.traveling.and.spending.time.on.
                        lacrosse.at.Butler.University.                                                 lakes.•.marketing.major.

                        Personal:.Born.December.16,.1985,.in.Urbana,.Ill..•.son.of.Mark.Anderson.
                        and.Linda.Kamer.•.has.one.sister,.Lauren.•.participated.in.the.Dick.Lugar.
                        Walk/Run.for.Cancer.from.2004-06.•.enjoys.fishing.and.skiing.•.finance.
                        major.


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                                              aNDErSON‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
                        Season	        GP	           G	             A	            Pts.	       GB
                        2008	          17	           3	             0	             3	         20
                        2006*	         11	           0	             0	             0	         13
                        2005*	          4	           0	             0	             0	         		0
                        Totals	        32	           3	             0	             3	         33
                        DU	Totals	     17	           3	             0	             3	         20
                        *With	Butler


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                                                                                                       PL ayER PRO fiLE s

                                   JEff BrOwN                                                                              ZaNDEr BUTEUx
                                   Sophomore.•.Defense                                                                     Freshman.•.Goalie
                                   6-4.•.195                                                                               6-1.•.205
                                   Cohasset,.Mass.                                                                         Madison,.N.J.
                                   Cohasset.H.S.                                                                           Berkshire.School




                                                     23                                                                                         2
2008: Appeared.in.12.games.•.recorded.four.groundballs.and.two.caused.                   Before Denver: Goalie.for.high.school.and.club.teams.•.was.named.sec-
turnovers.                                                                               ond.team.All-State.in.2006.•.made.first.team.All-New.England.in.2007.•.
                                                                                         had.a.67%.save.percentage.in.the.2008.season.•.New.England.Defensive.
Before Denver: A.two-time.all-league.defenseman.for.Cohasset.(Mass.).                    Player.of.the.Year.•.honored.as.All-American.
H.S.. •. led. Cohasset. to. two. state. championships. •. also. played. safety. for.
Cohasset’s.football.team.and.forward.for.its.basketball.team.                            Personal:.Born.March.30,.1989,.in.Morristown,.New.Jersey.•.son.of.An-
                                                                                         drew.and.Julia.Buteux.•.has.two.siblings,.Sarah.(23).and.Zachariah.(11).
Personal: Born. December. 31,. 1988,. in. Boston. •. son. of. John. and. Emily.          •. enjoys. ceramics,. playing. the. piano. and. skiing. •. also. plays. soccer. and.
Brown. •. has. four. siblings,. Sarah,. Katherine,. Mark. and. Rebecca. •. chose.        hockey.•.chose.to.attend.Denver.because.he.loved.the.campus.and.could.
Denver.over.Brown.and.Wesleyan.because.of.its.great.location,.rising.la-                 picture.himself.attending.the.University•.plans.to.major.in.international.
crosse.program,.and.the.style.of.defense.the.lacrosse.team.plays.•.enjoys.               business.with.a.minor.in.finance.
boating.and.swimming.•.undeclared.business.major.




                                                                                                                                                                                Men’s lacrosse




                               BrOwN‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
     Season	        GP	               G	              A	              Pts.	        GB
     2008	          12	               0	              0	               0	          		4
     Totals	        12	               0	              0	               0	          		4




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                                                                                                        2008-09 University of Denver
                        PL a yE R P R O f iL E s

                                                            BrENDaN DEBLOIS                                                                 aLEx DEmOPOULOS
                                                            Sophomore.•.Defense                                                             Freshman.•.Attack
                                                            5-11.•.190                                                                      5-10.•.190
                                                            Narragansett,.R.I.                                                              Canton,.Conn.
                                                            The.Hotchkiss.School                                                            Avon.Old.Farms.H.S.




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                        2008: All-GWLL. Second.Team. honoree. •. made. six. starts. and. appeared.          Before Denver:. Four-year. member. of. his. high. school. men’s. lacrosse.
                        in.all.17.games.•.collected.47.groundballs,.including.a.game-high.nine.             team.•.two.time.All-New.England.selection.
                        against.Bellarmine.(4/13).•.tallied.two.assists.against.Penn.(3/9).and.Air.
                        Force.(4/26).•.had.11.caused.turnovers.•.took.nine.penalties.                       Personal: Born.June.1,.1989.•.son.of.Tony.and.Trish.Demopoulos.•.has.
                                                                                                            two.brothers,.Nick.and.Stefan.•.participated.in.Habitat.for.Humanity.and.
                        Before Denver: Two-time.All-Western.New.England.defenseman.for.the.                 hockey.clinics.for.under-privileged.kids.•.made.honor.roll.the.third.quar-
                        Hotchkiss.School’s.lacrosse.team.•.won.the.Dwyer.Award.and.named.an.                ter.of.his.junior.year.•.also.played.hockey.and.football.for.his.high.school.•.
                        All-Founders.League.center.for.Hotchkiss’.hockey.team.•.also.played.tight.          enjoys.going.to.the.beach,.being.with.friends,.riding.his.dirt.bike,.playing.
                        end.and.outside.linebacker.for.Hotchkiss’.football.team.                            Nintendo.64.and.watching.movies.•.chose.to.attend.Denver.because.it.
                                                                                                            was.in.the.west,.had.a.great.team,.had.a.beautiful.campus,.had.awesome.
                        Personal: Born. August. 9,. 1988,. in.Wakefield,. R.I.. •. son. of. Stephen. and.   coaches.and.because.he.has.family.in.Denver.•.wants.to.graduate.from.
                        Karla.Deblois.•.has.three.siblings,.Kara,.Jessica.and.Derek.•.chose.Denver.         DU. with. a. good. degree. and. become. successful. •. hotel,. restaurant. and.
                        because.of.its.great.location,.pretty.campus,.superior.coaching.staff.and.          tourism.management.major.
                        rising.lacrosse.team.•.enjoys.skiing,.snowboarding,.surfing,.spear.fishing.
                        and.fly.fishing.•.undeclared.business.major.
Me n ’ s L a cr o sse




                                                 DEBLOIS’ CarEEr STaTISTICS
                        Season	       GP	              G	              A	             Pts.	        GB
                        2008	         17	              0	              2	              2	          47
                        Totals	       17	              0	              2	              2	          47




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                          2008-09 University of Denver
                                                                                                  PL ayER PRO fiLE s

                                     CharLEy DICkENSON                                                                JOhN DICkENSON
                                     Junior.•.Midfield                                                                Junior.•.Midfielder
                                     5-7.•.160                                                                        5-7.•.160
                                     Dallas,.Texas                                                                    Dallas,.Texas
                                     Highland.Park.H.S.                                                               Highland.Park.H.S.




                                                     8                                                                                      3
2008: Played.in.all.17.games.with.nine.starts.•.netted.nine.goals.and.led.          2008: Played.in.all.17.games.with.two.starts.•.tallied.19.points.on.15.goals.
DU.with.21.assists.•.21.assists.is.tied.for.sixth.all-time.on.DU’s.single.sea-      and.four.assists.•.netted.three.man-up.goals.•.placed.25.of.41.shots.on.
son.list.•.team’s.third.leading.scorer.with.30.points.•.recorded.game-win-          goal.•.had.seven.groundballs.and.two.penalties.•.scored.at.least.one.goal.
ning.goals.against.Colgate.(2/16).and.Stony.Brook.(3/22).•.had.four.assists.        in.12.games.•.had.five.multi-point.games..
against.Bellarmine.(4/13),.which.is.tied.for.sixth.on.DU’s.all-time.single-
game.list.•.scooped.up.seven.groundballs.•.tallied.one.caused.turnover.•.           2007:.Played.in.all.16.games.•.sixth.on.the.team.with.10.goals.•.had.14.
placed.22.of.41.shots.on.goal.•.had.11.multi-point.games.•.ended.the.sea-           points.on.the.season.•.recorded.two.hat.tricks:.at.North.Carolina.(2/24).
son.on.a.four-game.scoring.streak.and.a.six-game.point.streak.•.ranked.             and.against.Hartford.(3/13).•.had.four.multi-point.games.•.recorded.a.sea-
fourth.in.GWLL.and.35th.in.NCAA.in.assists.per.game.(1.24).and.tied.for.            son-high.three.points.twice:.at.North.Carolina.(2/24).and.against.Hartford.
fourth.in.GWLL.game-winning.goals.(2)..                                             (3/13).•.lead.the.team.in.man-up.goals.(6).•.notched.one.game-winning.
                                                                                    goal.•.had.eight.ground.balls.
2007: Played.in.all.16.games.•.had.two.goals.against.Stony.Brook.(3/10).•.
had.two.assists.at.Notre.Dame.(4/15).•.had.a.season-high.three.points.at.           Before Denver: Two-sport. athlete. excelling. in. football. and. lacrosse. at.
Notre.Dame.(4/15).•.had.a..615.shot.on.goal.percentage.•.recorded.one.              Highland.Park.H.S..•.was.named.an.Under.Armour.All-American.in.2006.•.
man-up.goal.•.had.10.ground.balls..                                                 a.two-time.state.champion.in.lacrosse.•.given.Dallas.Morning.News.First.
                                                                                    Team. All-Area. honors. in. 2004. •. . earned. all-state. and. all-district. honors.
Before Denver: Two-sport. athlete. excelling. in. football. and. lacrosse. at.      as.well.as.receiving.Dallas.Morning.News.First.Team.All-Area.honors.as.
Highland.Park.H.S..•.named.an.Under.Armour.All-American.and.a.high.                 a.freshman.in.2003.•.in.football,.Dickenson.was.named.Dallas.Morning.
school. All-American. in. 2006. •. two-time. state. champion. in. lacrosse. •.      News.Special.Teams.Player.of.the.Year.in.2004.and.along.with.his.brother.
named. 2004. offensive. MVP. of. the. state. finals. •. earned. all-state. and.     Charlie. received. second. team. all-district. honors. •. high. school. football.
all-district. honors. •. also. named. to. the. Dallas. Morning. News. First.Team.   team.was.the.2004.and.2005.state.champions.•.received.AP.Scholar.hon-
All-Area.•.named.all-district.in.2005.•.in.2003,.his.freshman.year,.he.was.         ors.in.addition.to.being.a.member.of.the.National.Honor.Society.
named.all-district.and.participated.in.the.All-Star.game.at.the.Texas.State.
lacrosse.playoffs.•.named.Dallas.Morning.News.Special.Teams.Player.of.              Personal: Born.July.22,.1987,.in.Dallas,.Texas.•.son.of.Mark.and.Cammy.
the.Year.in.2004.and.received.second.team.all-district.honors.in.football.          Dickenson. •. has. a. twin. brother,. Charlie,. who. also. plays. lacrosse. at. DU,.
•.high.school.football.team.was.the.2004.and.2005.state.champions.•.re-             and.one.sister,.Melanie.•.chose.Denver.because.of.the.coaches,.location.
ceived.AP.Scholar.honors.in.addition.to.being.a.member.of.the.National.             and.teammates.•.wants.to.win.a.national.championship,.earn.All-America.
Honor.Society.                                                                      honors.and.finish.with.a.4.0.GPA.•.also.recruited.by.Notre.Dame,.Towson.
                                                                                    and.Cornell.•.real.estate.major.•.enjoys.playing.sports,.ping.pong,.skiing.
Personal:.Born.July.22,.1987,.in.Dallas,.Texas.•.son.of.Mark.and.Cammy.             and.Guitar.Hero.
Dickenson.•.has.a.twin.brother,.John,.who.also.plays.lacrosse.at.DU,.and.
one.sister,.Melanie.•.choose.DU.because.of.the.coaches.and.the.future.
of.the.program.•.wants.to.win.the.conference.championship,.a.national.
championship. and. earn. All-America. honors. •. also. recruited. by. Notre.
Dame,.Ohio.State,.and.Cornell,.among.others.•.real.estate.major.•.enjoys.
playing.football,.ping.pong.and.guitar.
                                                                                                                                                                           Men’s lacrosse




                       DICkENSON‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS                                                          DICkENSON‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
Season	       GP	              G	              A	             Pts.	        GB        Season	         GP	              G	               A	             Pts.	        GB
2008	         17	               9	             21	             30	         		7       2008	           17	              15	              4	              19	         		7
2007	         16	              4	               6	             10	         10        2007	           16	              10	              4	              14	         		8
Total	        33	              13	             27	             40	         17        Total	          33	              25	              8	              33	         15




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                        PL a yE R P R O f iL E s

                                                            aLEx DrExLEr                                                                       ryaN DrIvEr
                                                            Sophomore.•.Midfield                                                               Sophomore.•.Attack
                                                            6-1.•.180                                                                          6-0.•.175
                                                            New.Canaan,.Conn.                                                                  Centennial,.Colo.
                                                            New.Canaan.H.S.                                                                    Cherry.Creek.H.S.




                                                                             34                                                                                  15
                        2008: Appeared.in.four.games.•.had.three.groundballs.•.went.5-for-5.in.               2008: Played.in.12.games.•.scored.one.goal.on.a.man-up.effort.against.
                        face-offs.                                                                            Bellarmine.(4/13).•.tallied.one.assist.against.Ohio.State.(5/2).•.took.five.
                                                                                                              shots.•.collected.four.groundballs.and.had.one.caused.turnover..
                        Before Denver:.Two-year.starter.(missed.his.junior.year.due.to.injury).for.
                        the.New.Canaan.(Conn.).H.S..lacrosse.team.•.2007.all-county.honorable.                Before Denver:. Played. attack. for. the. two-time. state. champion. Cherry.
                        mention.•.three-year.starter.at.defensive.end.and.wide.receiver.for.New.              Creek.H.S..lacrosse.team.•.his.stellar.play.for.the.Bruins.earned.him.a.spot.
                        Canaan’s.football.team,.during.which.time.he.was.selected.as.a.first.team.            on.the.2007.All-American.team,.the.2006.and.2007.All-Colorado.team,.
                        all-county. and. second. team. all-state. defensive. end. in. 2005,. and. a. first.   and.the.2005,.2006.and.2007.All-Centennial.league.team.
                        team.all-state.wide.receiver.in.2006.
                                                                                                              Personal: Born. January. 26,. 1989,. in. Denver. •. son. of. Brad. and. Dee. Jay.
                        Personal: Born.August.16,.1988,.in.Stamford,.Conn..•.son.of.Blake.and.                Driver.•.has.two.brothers,.Todd.and.Kyle.•.was.an.Academic.All-American.
                        Janet.Drexler.•.has.three.brothers,.Michael,.Kyle,.and.Eric.•.chose.Denver.           and. a. member. of. Excalibur. •. chose. Denver. over. Loyola,. UMBC. and. St..
                        for.the.opportunity.to.receive.a.world-class.education.and.to.live.near.              John’s. because. of. the. great. weather. and. the. opportunity. to. get. a. first.
                        the.Rocky.Mountains.•.enjoys.skiing.and.fishing,.as.well.as.many.other.               class.education.•.enjoys.football,.basketball,.boating.and.camping.•.un-
                        outdoor.activities.•.undeclared.business.major.                                       declared.business.major.
Me n ’ s L a cr o sse




                                                 DrExLEr‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS                                                             DrIvEr‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
                        Season	       GP	              G	               A	             Pts.	        GB         Season	        GP	              G	               A	             Pts.	        GB
                        2008	          4	              0	               0	              0	          		3        2008	          12	              1	               1	              2	          		4
                        Totals	        4	              0	               0	              0	          		3        Totals	        12	              1	               1	              2	          		4




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                                                                                                        PL ayER PRO fiLE s

                                         EmErSON EIChLEr                                                                   aLEx GaJIC
                                         Sophomore.•.Midfield                                                              Freshman.•.Attack
                                         6-2.•.190                                                                         6-4.•.225
                                         New.Vernon,.N.J.                                                                  Burnaby,.British.Columbia,.
                                         The.Hotchkiss.School                                                              Canada
                                                                                                                           Cariboo.Hill.Secondary



                                                          25                                                                                10
     2008: Played.in.all.17.games.•.tallied.eight.points.on.six.goals.and.two.            Before Denver:. Played. transition. for. five. years. on. club. team. •. earned.
     assists.•.scored.a.man-up.goal.against.Ohio.State.(5/2).•.placed.14.of.17.           MVP.of.league.•.top-scorer.on.team.•.helped.team.to.win.two.national.
     shots.on.goal.for.an..824.shots.on.goal.percentage.•.had.11.groundballs.             championships.
     and.one.caused.turnover.
                                                                                          Personal:. Born. August. 13,. 1987,. in. Burnaby,. British. Columbia. •. son. of.
     Before Denver: Selected. as. an. All-Founders. league. performer. while.             Lazo.and.Helen.Gajic.•.brother.to.Milan,.Nenad.and.Ilija.•.played.for.Burn-
     playing. midfield. for. the. Hotchkiss. School’s. lacrosse. team. •. also. played.   aby.Lakers.Junior.Lacrosse.Club.•.enjoys.playing.wiffle.ball,.lazer.tag.and.
     wing.for.Hotchkiss’.hockey.team.and.tight.end.for.its.football.team.                 dancing.•.chose.DU.because.it.is.a.nice.school,.Denver.has.great.weather,.
                                                                                          and.he.has.family.and.friends.on.the.team.•.also.recruited.by.Ohio.State.
     Personal: Born.October.2,.1988,.in.Morristown,.N.J..•.son.of.Kurt.and.Terri.         and.Bellarmine.•.hopes.to.play.in.the.NLL.and.to.attend.graduate.school.
     Eichler.•.has.three.siblings,.Lindsay,.Pauline.and.Katherine.•.chose.Denver.
     over.Villanova,. Dartmouth. and. Middlebury. •. enjoys. surfing,. skiing. and.
     fishing.•.undeclared.business.major.




                                                                                                                                                                              Men’s lacrosse




                              EIChLEr‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
     Season	       GP	              G	               A	             Pts.	       GB
     2008	         17	              6	               2	              8	         	11
     Totals	       17	              6	               2	              8	         	11




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                        PL a yE R P R O f iL E s

                                                            ILIJa GaJIC                                                                   DEkE JaCkSON
                                                            Junior.•.Midfield                                                             Junior.•.Midfield
                                                            6-0.•.190                                                                     6-2.•.180
                                                            Burnaby,.British.Columbia                                                     Boise,.Idaho
                                                            Cariboo.Hill.Secondary                                                        Salisbury.School/Timberline.H.S.




                                                                             9                                                                                5
                        2008: All-GWLL.Second.Team.honoree.•.named.GWLL.Player.of.the.Week.                2008: Played.in.12.games.•.had.assists.against.Colgate.(2/16).and.Towson.
                        (3/24).•.played.in.16.games.with.one.start.•.tallied.14.goals.and.12.as-           (3/2).for.two.points.on.the.season.•.took.11.shots.with.three.on.net.•.had.
                        sists. for. 26. points. •. had. game-winning. goals. against. Brown. (3/8). and.   11.groundballs,.including.five.against.UMBC.(3/1)..
                        Notre.Dame.(4/5).•.placed.38.of.62.shots.on.goal.•.had.27.groundballs.
                        and.six.caused.turnovers.•.took.four.penalties.•.game-high.four.ground-            2007:.Played.in.10.games.with.one.start.•.had.one.assist.•.scooped.up.
                        balls.against.North.Carolina.(2/23).•.had.nine.multi-point.games.•.tied.for.       nine.ground.balls.
                        fourth.in.GWLL.game-winning.goals.(2).
                                                                                                           Personal:.Undeclared.business.major.
                        2007: Played.in.all.16.games.with.one.start.•.recorded.24.goals.and.nine.
                        assists.for.33.points,.second.most.on.the.team.•.24.goals.is.second.high-
                        est.goal.production.by.a.freshman.in.DU.history.•.had.six.man-up.goals,.
                        tied.for.first.on.the.team.•.recorded.the.game.winning.goal.against.Penn.
                        State.(2/17).•.had.26.ground.balls.•.tallied.at.least.one.goal.in.13.games.
                        •.had.two.three-goal.games.•.recorded.a.season.high.two.assists.against.
                        Air.Force.(4/28).•.sixth.in.the.GWLL.in.shots.per.game.(5.69).

                        Before Denver:.Two-sport.athlete.in.hockey.and.lacrosse.at.Cariboo.Hill.
                        Secondary.•.three-time.British.Columbia.MVP.in.lacrosse.•.played.on.two.
                        national.championship.teams..

                        Personal:.Born.February.21,.1985.•.son.of.Lazo.and.Helen.Gajic.•.hotel,.
                        restaurant. and. tourism. management. major. •. has. three. siblings:. Milan,.
                        June.and.Nenad.•.lists.all.sports.as.his.hobby.
Me n ’ s L a cr o sse




                                                 GaJIC‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS                                                          JaCkSON‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
                        Season	       GP	             G	              A	             Pts.	       GB          Season	      GP	             G	             A	            Pts.	      GB
                        2008	         17	             14	             12	             26	        	27         2008	        12	             0	             2	             2	        	11
                        2007	         16	             24	              9	             33	        	26         2007	        10	             0	             1	             1	        		9
                        Total	        33	             38	             21	             59	        	53         Total	       22	             0	             3	             3	        	20




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                          2008-09 University of Denver
                                                                                                     PL ayER PRO fiLE s

                                     CamErON kErr                                                                        aUSTIN kONkEL
                                     Junior.•.Attack                                                                     Senior.•.Goalie
                                     5-10.•.170                                                                          5-11.•.175
                                     Cherry.Hills.Village,.Colo.                                                         Aurora,.Colo.
                                     Cherry.Creek.H.S.                                                                   Regis.Jesuit.H.S.




                                                     17                                                                                       7
2008:.Played.in.all.17.games.with.his.lone.start.coming.against.Presby-                2008:.Played.in.16.games.with.15.starts.•.made.138.saves.while.allow-
terian.(3/24).•.scored.one.goal.and.had.an.assist.for.two.points.•.had.five.           ing.141.goals.for.a..495.save.percentage.•.faced.472.shots.•.10.02.goals.
groundballs.and.one.caused.turnover.                                                   against.average.•.played.844:03.in.net,.going.9-6-0.•.second.on.the.team.
                                                                                       with.48.groundballs,.including.a.game-high.eight.against.Towson.(3/2).
2007: Played.in.four.games.•.had.two.goals.for.two.points....                          •.had.10.caused.turnovers.•.took.three.penalties.•.had.a.career-high.16.
                                                                                       saves.against.both.North.Carolina.(2/23).and.Stony.Brook.(3/22).•.made.
Before Denver: Four-year. letterwinner. in. lacrosse. at. Cherry. Creek. H.S..         double.digit.saves.in.five.games.•..allowed.only.one.goal.in.14-1.win.over.
•.earned.all-state.first.team.honors.as.a.senior.and.honorable-mention.                Air.Force.(4/26).while.facing.17.shots.and.making.five.saves..
honors.as.a.junior.•.helped.Cherry.Creek.to.back-to-back.Colorado.state.
championships.•.played.golf.his.freshman,.sophomore.and.junior.years..                 2007: Saw.action.at.both.goalie.and.defense.•.played.in.13.games.with.
                                                                                       one.start.at.defense.•.played.in.three.games.with.two.starts.in.goal.•.re-
Personal: Born.May.22,.1988.•.son.of.Tripp.and.Ann.Kerr.•.has.one.broth-               corded.one.assist.against.Hartford.(3/13).•.had.11.ground.balls.•.recorded.
er,. Preston. •. chose. DU. for. the. location,. academics. and. coaching. staff. •.   two.caused.turnovers.•.allowed.16.goals.•.made.11.saves.
wants.to.work.in.construction.management.and.real.estate.•.undeclared.
business.major.•.enjoys.skiing.and.golfing.                                            2006:.Had.a.great.season.in.a.back-up.role.•.saw.action.in.nine.games,.
                                                                                       starting.two.•.made.54.saves.•.boasted.a.7.49.goals.against.average.and.a.
                                                                                       .607.percent.save.percentage.•.had.a.season-high.13.saves.against.both.
                                                                                       North.Carolina.(2/26).and.Bucknell.(4/16).

                                                                                       Before Denver:.A.two.sport.athlete.competing.in.lacrosse.and.football.
                                                                                       all.four.years.at.Regis.Jesuit.H.S..•.all-conference.in.lacrosse.all.four.years,.
                                                                                       all-state. 2003-2005. •. named. a. high. school. All-American. his. junior. and.
                                                                                       senior.years.•.played.safety.on.the.football.team.•.earned.honorable.men-
                                                                                       tion.all-conference.and.second.team.all-conference.

                                                                                       Personal: Born.November.11,.1986,.in.Denver.•.son.of.Tom.Konkel.and.
                                                                                       Muriel.Hamon.•.stepson.of.Kim.Konkel.and.Bruce.Hamon.•.has.three.sib-
                                                                                       lings,.Tracy,.Greyson.and.Chase.•.real.estate.and.construction.manage-
                                                                                       ment.major.




                                                                                                                                                                           Men’s lacrosse




                                                                                                                  kONkEL‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
                                                                                         Season	       GP	             SV	             GA	             GAA	         GB
                           kErr‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS                                      2008	         16	             138	            141	            10.02	       	48
Season	       GP	               G	              A	              Pts.	        GB          2007	         		3	             11	             16	            12.21	       			9
2008	         17	               1	              1	               2	          		5         2006	         	 9	             54	             35	            7.49	        	15
2007	          4	               2	              0	               2	          		1         Total	        28	             203	            192	            9.58	        	72
Total	        21	               3	              1	               4	          		6
                                                                                         Season	       GP	              G	              A	             Pts.	        GB
                                                                                         2007	         13	              0	              1	              1	          	11
                                                                                         Total	        13	              0	              1	              1	          	11


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                        PL a yE R P R O f iL E s

                                                        GrEySON kONkEL                                                                   aNDrEw Lay
                                                       Freshman.•.Midfield                                                               Sophomore.•.Midfield
                                                       6-1.•.199                                                                         6-0.•.180
                                                       Aurora,.Colo.                                                                     Denver,.Colo.
                                                       Regis.Jesuit.H.S.                                                                 Denver.East.H.S.




                                                                        12                                                                                26
                        Before Denver: Honored. as. a. two-time. high. school. All-American. •.         2008: Appeared.in.seven.games.•.recorded.a.goal.against.Colgate.(2/16).
                        Named. Under. Armour. All-American. •. Was. named. two-time. defensive.         and.an.assist.against.Air.Force.(4/26).for.two.points.on.the.season.•.placed.
                        MVP.and.All-League.performer.for.Regis.Jesuit.H.S..football.                    four.of.eight.shots.on.goal.

                        Personal: Born.April.17,.1990,.in.Denver,.Colo..•.son.of.Tom.Konkel.and.        Before Denver:. First-team. all-state. midfielder. for. Denver. East. H.S.. in.
                        Muriel. Hamon,. stepfather’s. name. is. Bruce. Hamon. •. has. two. brothers,.   2007.•.selected.as.one.of.the.Rocky.Mountain.News’.10.players.to.watch.
                        Austin.and.Chase,.and.one.sister,.Tracy.•.enjoys.hiking.•.chose.DU.for.its.     for.2007.•.named.Denver.Athletic.Club.Athlete.of.the.Year.in.2007.•.was.
                        great.athletics.and.because.he.enjoys.spending.time.in.Colorado.•.real.         the.leading.junior.scorer.for.Denver.East’s.state.runner-up.team.in.2006.•.
                        estate/construction.management.major.                                           a.four-year.letterman.at.Denver.East.

                                                                                                        Personal: Born.April.28,.1989,.in.Denver.•.son.of.John.and.Carol.Lay.•.has.
                                                                                                        one.brother,.Jonathan.•.was.an.honor.roll.student.and.member.of.Nation-
                                                                                                        al.Honor.Society.in.high.school.•.served.as.East.H.S..student.council.trea-
                                                                                                        surer.twice.•.chose.Denver.over.Hobart.and.the.University.of.Delaware.
                                                                                                        because.of.the.great.location.and.lacrosse.team.•.enjoys.skiing,.fishing,.
                                                                                                        hunting,.biking,.golf.and.travel.•.marketing.major.
Me n ’ s L a cr o sse




                                                                                                                                     Lay‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
                                                                                                          Season	       GP	             G	              A	             Pts.	       GB
                                                                                                          2008	          7	             1	              1	              2	         		0
                                                                                                          Totals	        7	             1	              1	              2	         		0




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                          2008-09 University of Denver
                                                                                                      PL ayER PRO fiLE s

                                   JamIE LINCOLN                                                                        PETEr LOwELL
                                   Sophomore.•.Midfield                                                                 Junior.•.Goalie
                                   6-0.•.175                                                                            5-11.•.175
                                   St..Catharines,.Ontario                                                              Freeport,.Maine
                                   Ridley.College                                                                       North.Yarmouth.Academy




                                                       44                                                                               36
2008:. Named. Honorable. Mention. All-American. by. LaxPower.com. •.                     2008:.Played.in.five.games.with.four.appearances.in.net.•.played.the.en-
named.GWLL.Newcomer.of.the.Year.and.All-GWLL.First.Team.•.Nike/In-                       tire.second.half.in.net.against.Presbyterian.(3/24).•.tallied.two.ground-
side.Lacrosse.Player.of.the.Week.(4/9).•.named.to.Pioneer.Face-Off.Classic.              balls.•.allowed.four.goals.and.made.seven.saves.in.39:12.in.net.•.faced.16.
All-Tournament.team.•.played.in.all.17.games.with.11.starts.•.led.DU.with.               shots.•.had.a.6.12.goals.against.average.and.a..636.save.percentage.
52.points.and.48.goals.•.48.goals.is.tied.for.third.all-time.on.DU’s.single.
season.list,.first.since.DU.turned.Division.I.in.1999,.and.is.DU’s.single.sea-           Before Denver:.Four-year.starter.at.North.Yarmouth.(Maine).Academy.•.
son.record.for.most.goals.by.a.freshman.•.also.tallied.four.assists.•.net-               named.an.All-American.goalie.senior.year.•.member.of.the.National.Se-
ted.eight.man-up.goals.and.one.man-down.goal.•.had.14.groundballs.                       nior.Lacrosse.All-Star.team.•.team.MVP.and.captain.•.also.participated.in.
•. placed. 92. of. 129. shots. on. goal. for. a. .713. shots. on. goal. percentage. •.   Nordic.skiing.and.soccer.for.four.years.•.chosen.twice.as.MVP.of.North.
took.four.penalties.•.had.at.least.one.goal.in.all.17.games,.including.nine.             Yarmouth’s.Nordic.skiing.team.•.was.a.two-year.starter.in.soccer.as.a.for-
games.with.three.or.more.goals.•.netted.a.game-high.six.goals.and.seven.                 ward.and.helped.his.team.win.a.state.championship.
points.against.Quinnipiac.(4/11).•.52.points.ranks.sixth.all-time.in.DU.sin-
gle.season.marks.•.six.goals.against.Quinnipiac.(4/11).is.tied.for.eighth.in.            Personal:.Born.September.20,.1987.•.son.of.Howard.and.Kathy.Lowell.•.
DU.all-time.single.game.marks.and.seven.points.is.tied.for.ninth.•.ranked.               has.two.sisters,.Liza.and.Sarah.•.honor.roll.student.and.recipient.of.the.
sixth.in.NCAA.goals.per.game.(2.82).and.29th.in.points.per.game.(3.06).                  headmaster’s.award.in.high.school.•.chose.Denver.because.of.its.campus,.
•.ranked.first.in.GWLL.goals.per.game.(2.82),.second.in.shots.per.game.                  location,.and.academic.reputation.•.enjoys.sailing,.skiing,.snowboarding,.
(7.59),. third. in. man-up. goals. per. game. (0.47). and. fourth. in. points. per.      waterskiing,.and.wakeboarding.•.sociology.major.
game.(3.06).

Before Denver: Team. MVP. in. 2007. while. playing. lacrosse. for. BCJRA. •.
scored.63.goals.in.21.games.•.broke.team.record.for.most.goals.in.a.sea-
son.in.2007.•.led.BCJRA.to.three.consecutive.Minto.Cup.games,.including.
the.2005.championship.

Personal:.Born.July.7,.1986,.in.Ontario,.Canada.•.son.of.Craig.and.Mariette.
Lincoln.•.has.one.sister,.Brianne.•.chose.Denver.to.receive.a.first-class.edu-
cation.and.play.for.an.elite.lacrosse.program.•.volunteered.to.help.coach.
youth.field.lacrosse.and.run.lacrosse.camps.in.Canada.•.enjoys.playing.
sports.with.friends.and.listening.to.music.•.communications.major.




                                                                                                                                                                       Men’s lacrosse




                          LINCOLN‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS                                                             LOwELL‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
Season	        GP	              G	                A	             Pts.	         GB          Season	      GP	            SV	            GA	           GAA	        GB
2008	          17	              48	               4	              52	          	14         2008	         4	             7	             4	           6.12	       		2
Totals	        17	              48	               4	              52	          	14         Total	        4	             7	             4	           6.12	       		2

                                                                                           Season	      GP	             G	             A	            Pts.	      GB
                                                                                           2008	         5	             0	             0	             0	        		2
                                                                                           Totals	       5	             0	             0	             0	        		2


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                        PL a yE R P R O f iL E s

                                                         JamIE maCDONaLD                                                                      mark maTThEwS
                                                         Sophomore.•.Defense                                                                  Freshman.•.Attack
                                                         6-0.•.195                                                                            6-4.•.210
                                                         Providence,.R.I.                                                                     Oshawa,.Ontario
                                                         Salisbury.School




                                                                            21                                                                                 22
                        2008: Played. in. 16. games. •. recorded. an. assist. against. Harvard. (3/29). •.   Before Denver: .Played.for.Whitby.Warriors.Junior.A.lacrosse.club.•.2007.
                        had.22.groundballs,.including.game-high.four.against.Ohio.State.(4/19).•.            Rookie.of.the.Year.•.league.leading.scorer.•.Team.Canada.member.
                        had.two.caused.turnovers.•.took.two.penalties..
                                                                                                             Personal: Born. January. 27,. 1990,. in. Oshawa,. Ontario. •. son. of. Al. and.
                        Before Denver:. A. 2007. All-New. England. selection. at. defense. while.            Heather.Matthews.•.enjoys.camping,.fishing.and.golf.•.wants.to.become.
                        playing.for.the.Salisbury.(R.I.).School.Crimson.Knights.•.2007.team.most.            an.Academic.All-American.•.chose.to.attend.Denver.because.of.its.beauti-
                        valuable.player.•.started.at.long.stick.midfield.for.Salisbury’s.2006.New.           ful.landscape,.wonderful.weather.and.because.of.the.family.based.atmo-
                        England. championship. team. •. was. also. a. three. year. starter. at. safety.      sphere.of.the.team.
                        for.Salisbury’s.football.team,.during.which.time.he.was.a.first-team.all-
                        league.honoree.

                        Personal: Born.September.20,.1988,.in.Providence,.R.I..•.son.of.Angus.and.
                        Helen.Macdonald.•.has.two.siblings,.Hope.and.Alexandra.•.chose.Denver.
                        over.Ohio.State,.Delaware.and.all.the.Ivy.League.schools.because.of.the.
                        coaching.and.the.campus.•.earned.the.Science.Accomodation.at.Salis-
                        bury.•.volunteered.with.Meals.on.Wheels.•.undeclared.business.major.
Me n ’ s L a cr o sse




                                              maCDONaLD‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
                        Season	       GP	              G	              A	             Pts.	        GB
                        2008	         16	              0	              1	              1	          	22
                        Totals	       16	              0	              1	              1	          	22




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                          2008-09 University of Denver
                                                                                                   PL ayER PRO fiLE s

                                     JOEy mUrray                                                                      LIam rESCh
                                     Senior.•.Midfield                                                               Freshman.•.Defense
                                     6-0.•.200                                                                       6-4.•.183
                                     Denver,.Colo.                                                                   Erdenheim,.Penn.
                                     Regis.Jesuit.H.S.                                                               Penn.Charter.H.S.




                                                      20                                                                              43
2008: All-GWLL. Second. Team. selection. •. co-captain. •. appeared. in. 16.         Before Denver:.Was.honored.as.an.All-League.selection.and.an.Honor-
games.with.12.starts.•.tallied.14.goals.and.13.assists.for.27.points.•.re-           able. Mention. All-Philadelphia. selection. while. playing. for.William. Penn.
corded.hat.tricks.against.Penn.(3/9).and.Bellarmine.(4/13).•.also.netted.a.          Charter.School.(Pa.).•.played.goalie.and.defense.for.high.school.lacrosse.
man-up.goal.against.Penn.(3/9).•.had.26.groundballs.and.seven.caused.                team.
turnovers.•.had.10.multi-point.games,.including.three.multi-goal.games.
•.tied.career.high.with.three.assists.against.Ohio.State.(4/19).•.placed.32.         Personal:.Born.December.25,.1988.in.Philadelphia,.Pa..•.son.of.Hank.and.
of.61.shots.on.net.                                                                  Beth.Resch.•.has.one.sister,.Darcy.(17).•.chose.University.of.Denver.for.its.
                                                                                     excellent.academics.and.successful.lacrosse.team.•.enjoys.playing.bas-
2007:. Named. All-GWLL. First.Team. •. Nike/Inside. Lacrosse. Player. of. the.       ketball.•.business.major.
Week.(3/5).•.GWLL.Player.of.the.Week.(3/5).•.saw.action.in.16.games.with.
14.starts.•.lead.team.with.43.points.and.21.assists.•.third.on.the.team.with.
22.goals.•.recorded.a..646.shot.on.goal.percentage.•.second.on.the.team.
with.two.game-winning.goals.and.fourth.with.three.man-up.goals.•.sixth.
in.the.GWLL.in.assists.per.game.(1.31).•.ninth.in.the.GWLL.in.points.per.
game.(2.69).•.fourth.in.the.GWLL.in.game-winning.goals.(0.12).•.had.a.ca-
reer-high.six.goals.and.a.career-high.eight.points.against.Villanova.(3/3).
•.had.a.career-high.three.assists.against.UMBC.(3/4).and.at.Providence.
(4/3).•.had.13.multi-point.games.•.recorded.a.hat.trick.against.Ohio.State.
(4/22).•.had.six.multi-goal.games.

2006:.Saw.action.in.17.games,.starting.one.•.picked.up.12.points.on.10.
goals.and.two.assists.•.took.55.shots.and.31.shots.on.goal.•.scored.the.
game-winner. against. Air. Force. (4/29). •. scored. his. first. collegiate. goal.
against.Colgate.(3/4).•.had.at.least.one.point.in.nine.games.•.ended.the.
season.on.a.five-game.scoring.streak..

Before Denver:. Played. three. years. at. midfield. for. Regis. Jesuit. H.S.. •.
scored.the.most.points.on.the.team.in.2005.•.named.all-state.•.earned.
high.school.All-American.honors.

Personal: Born. February. 23,. 1987,. in. Denver. •. son. of. Dan. and. Denise.
Murray.•.has.three.brothers,.Danny,.Michael.and.Patrick.•.chose.Denver.
because.the.team.offered.the.best.opportunities.and.has.potential.to.be.
the.best.team.in.the.country.•.wants.to.win.the.GWLL.championship.ev-
ery.year.he.is.at.DU.•.management.major.                                                                                                                              Men’s lacrosse




                        mUrray‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
Season	       GP	              G	               A	            Pts.	        GB
2008	         16	              14	             13	             27	         	26
2007	         16	              22	             21	             43	         	26
2006	         17	              10	             	 2	            12	         			7
Total	        49	              46	             36	             82	         	59




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                        P L a yE R PR O f i L E s

                                                         BraD rICharDSON                                                                     PaTrICk rOGErS
                                                         Senior.•.Midfield                                                                   Freshman.•.Midfield
                                                         6-3.•.210                                                                           5-9.•.175
                                                         Langley,.British.Columbia                                                           Portland,.Ore.
                                                         Mountain.Secondary.School                                                           Jesuit.H.S.




                                                                              18                                                                             11
                        2008:.Played.in.all.17.games.•.tallied.three.goals.and.seven.assists.for.10.         Before Denver: Was.named.a.first-team.all-state.performer.three.times.
                        points.•.had.four.points.on.one.goal.and.three.assists.against.Presbyte-             while.playing.attack.for.Lincoln.High.School.•.is.a.two-time.all-American.•.
                        rian.(3/24).•.placed.eight.of.11.shots.on.goal.•.scooped.up.six.groundballs.         led.Lincoln.H.S..to.the.Oregon.state.championship.during.his.senior.year.
                        •.went.4-of-13.in.face-offs.•.took.two.penalties.                                    •.honored.as.the.Oregon.Lacrosse.Player.of.the.Year.in.2008.•.selected.as.
                                                                                                             offensive.MVP.of.the.National.Senior.Showcase.West.team.
                        2007: Played.in.16.games.•.started.nine.games.•.had.13.goals.and.six.as-
                        sists.for.19.points.•.recorded.the.third.most.man-up.goals.on.the.team.(4).          Personal: Born.Feb..2,.1990,.in.Portland,.Ore..•.son.of.Paul.and.Mary.Ellen.
                        •.had.three.multi-goal.games:.at.Penn.State.(2/17),.against.Hartford.(3/13).         Rogers.•.has.three.siblings,.Shannon.(24),.Michael.(20).and.Colleen.(15).
                        and. at. Providence. (4/3). •. had. two. multi-goal. games:. at. North. Carolina.    •.was.Jesuit.High.School’s.Valedictorian.•.chose.to.attend.Denver.for.the.
                        (2/24). and. against. Hartford. (3/13). •. recorded. a. career-high. four. points.   chance.to.participate.in.an.elite.lacrosse.program.and.attend.a.school.rel-
                        against. Hartford. (3/13). •. had. six. multi-point. games. •. had. 23. ground.      atively.close.to.home.•.enjoys.playing.tennis,.football,.golf,.video.games.
                        balls..                                                                              and.hanging.out.with.friends.•.intends.to.major.in.biology.

                        2006: Saw.action.in.17.games,.starting.six.•.seventh.on.the.team.in.scor-
                        ing.with.16.points.on.12.goals.and.four.assists.•.scooped.up.12.ground-
                        balls.•.took.36.shots,.putting.22.on.goal.•.scored.his.first.collegiate.goal.
                        against.Virginia.(2/20).•.tallied.a.career-high.four.goals.against.Colgate.
                        (3/4).•.recorded.at.least.two.points.in.five.games.

                        Before Denver: Participated.in.volleyball,.hockey,.rugby,.basketball,.la-
                        crosse. and. soccer. at. Mountain. Secondary. H.S.. •. captain. of. the. hockey.
                        team.•.field.lacrosse.team.was.named.provincial.champions.twice.•.played.
                        box.lacrosse.for.a.club.team.•.team.was.named.national.champions.three.
                        times.•.assistant.captain..

                        Personal: Born.March.10,.1986.•.son.of.Brad.and.Tracey.•.stepson.of.Adam.
                        and.Dawn.•.has.four.siblings,.Trystan,.Taylor,.Tiana.and.Alexandra.•.chose.
                        Denver.because.of.the.lacrosse.team.and.the.Daniels.College.of.Business.
                        •.wants.to.attend.graduate.school.and.be.a.successful.person.profession-
                        ally.and.personally.•.management.major.
Me n ’ s l a cr o sse




                                              rICharDSON‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
                        Season	       GP	              G	               A	            Pts.	        GB
                        2008	         17	               3	             	7	             10	         			6
                        2007	         16	              13	             	 6	            19	         	23
                        2006	         17	              12	             	 4	            16	         	12
                        Total	        50	              28	             17	             45	         	41




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                          2008-09 University of Denver
                                                                                           PL ayER PRO fiLE s

                                 DILLON rOy                                                                 PayTON SaNDErS
                                 Junior.•.Defense                                                           Junior.•.Defense
                                 5-10.•.190                                                                 6-1.•.200
                                 Denver,.Colo.                                                              Centennial,.Colo.
                                 Denver.East.H.S.                                                           Cherry.Creek.H.S.




                                                16                                                                          28
2008: First.Team.All-GWLL.selection.•.named.to.Pioneer.Face-Off.Classic.      2008: Played.in.all.17.games.with.14.starts.•.had.13.groundballs.and.six.
All-Tournament.Team.•.played.in.all.17.games.with.16.starts.•.scored.four.    caused.turnovers.•.took.nine.penalties.
goals.•.placed.six.of.eight.shots.on.goal.•.had.44.groundballs,.including.
a.game-high.seven.in.back-to-back.games.against.Quinnipiac.(4/11).and.        2007: Played.in.nine.games.•.had.two.ground.balls.•.recorded.two.penal-
Bellarmine.(4/13).•.tallied.the.game-winner.against.Air.Force.(4/26).•.led.   ties..
Denver.with.20.caused.turnovers.and.14.penalties..
                                                                              Before Denver:.Four.year.member.of.the.lacrosse.team.at.Cherry.Creek.
2007: Played.in.13.games.with.13.starts.•.had.one.goal,.the.game-winner.      H.S..•.earned.all-state.and.All-American.honors.•.a.four-year.member.of.
in.double.overtime.over.Villanova.(3/3).•.scooped.up.22.ground.balls.•.       the.Cherry.Creek.football.team.•.earned.all-conference.honors.at.strong.
had.eight.caused.turnovers.•.was.7-of-22.from.on.face-offs.•.named.to.        safety.
Pioneer.Classic.all-tournament.team.
                                                                              Personal: Born.Feb..10,.1988.•.son.of.Jeffrey.and.Renee.Sanders.•.has.two.
Before Denver: Named.an.All-American.as.a.senior.at.Denver.East.H.S..•.       brothers,.Brett.and.Beau,.and.one.sister,.Tessa.•.chose.DU.because.of.its.
had.over.70.ground.balls.•.participated.in.the.Under.Armour.All-America.      size.and.location.•.was.recruited.by.Penn.State.and.Ohio.State.•.wants.to.
game.and.the.U.S..Lacrosse.Senior.Showcase.•.was.named.the.Colorado.          be.a.lawyer.•.undeclared.business.major.•.enjoys.playing.video.games.in.
lacrosse.MVP.•.named.first.team.all-state.as.a.sophomore.and.All-Amer-        his.spare.time.
ica.nominee.•.played.hockey.for.DU’s.youth.team.that.won.state.titles.in.
2003.and.2004.

Personal:.Born.Oct..27,.1987.•.son.of.Steve.Roy.and.Debbie.Donner.•.has.
three.siblings:.Brittany.Ray,.Matt.Nelson.and.Kerri.Nelson.•.choose.DU.be-
cause.he.fits.into.the.defensive.system.and.the.coaches.and.also.because.
he.enjoys.being.close.to.home.•.hotel,.restaurant.and.tourism.manage-
ment.major.•.enjoys.skiing.and.reading.and.is.an.avid.cyclist.




                                                                                                                                                           Men’s lacrosse




                        rOy‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS                                                        SaNDErS‘ CarEEr STaTISTICS
Season	      GP	            G	             A	            Pts.	       GB         Season	      GP	            G	             A	            Pts.	      GB
2008	        17	            4	             0	             4	         	44        2008	        17	            0	             0	             0	        	13
2007	        13	            1	             0	             1	         	22        2007	         9	            0	             0	             0	        			2
Total	       30	            5	             0	             5	         	66        Total	       26	            0	             0	             0	        	15




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                                                                                           2008-09 University of Denver
                        PL a yE R PR O f iL E s

                                                            COry SChaEffLEr                                                                STEvE SImONETTI
                                                            Senior.•.Attack                                                                Sophomore.•.Defense
                                                            6-3.•.210                                                                      6-0.•.185
                                                            Carmel,.Calif.                                                                 Dublin,.Ohio
                                                            Robert.Louis.Stevenson.H.S.                                                    Dublin.Jerome.H.S.




                                                                            19                                                                             41
                        2008: Played.in.nine.games.•.tallied.first.career.points.on.one.goal.and.           2008: Played.in.eight.games.•.had.five.groundballs.and.two.caused.turn-
                        one.assist.against.Presbyterian.(3/24).•.had.three.groundballs.•.took.five.         overs..
                        shots.with.one.on.goal.
                                                                                                            Before Denver:. Named. a. first-team. all-state. defenseman. in. 2006. and.
                        2007: Played.in.three.games.•.had.one.shot.on.goal.                                 2007.while.playing.for.Dublin.Jerome.(Ohio).H.S..•.also.played.running.
                                                                                                            back.and.linebacker.for.Dublin.Jerome’s.football.team.
                        2006: Saw.time.in.the.Pioneer.midfield.in.four.games.•.took.one.shot.on.
                        goal.•.helped.the.DU.offense.average.10.71.goals.per.game..                         Personal: Born.September.14,.1988,.in.Indianapolis.•.son.of.Steve.and.
                                                                                                            Julie.Simonetti.•.has.two.siblings,.Erica.and.Nick.•.chose.Denver.for.the.
                        Before Denver: Played.four.years.of.varsity.lacrosse.at.the.attack.position.        location.and.great.lacrosse.program.•.enjoys.watching.movies.and.play-
                        •.captain.junior.and.senior.years.•.highest.scorer.(2004.&.2005).•.earned.          ing.football.and.basketball.•.undeclared.business.major.
                        all-league.honors.(2004.&.2005).•.set.school.scoring.record.in.2005.•.voted.
                        2005.lacrosse.MVP.•.also.played.football.and.basketball.•.captained.both.
                        football. and. basketball. teams. •. 2004. league-leading. football. receiver. •.
                        basketball.MVP...

                        Personal: Born.December.12,.1986,.in.Colorado.Springs.•.son.of.Jimmy.
                        and.Diane.Schaeffler.•.has.two.siblings,.Willy.and.Jessica.•.chose.DU.be-
                        cause.of.the.business.school,.location.and.lacrosse.team.•.hopes.to.win.
                        an. NCAA. championship. in. his. time. at. Denver. •. enjoys. skim. boarding,.
                        hanging.with.friends,.reading,.and.sports.•.president.of.athletes.in.service.
                        •.management.major.
Me n ’ s L a cr o sse




                                              SChaEffLEr‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS                                                        SImONETTI‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
                        Season	       GP	              G	              A	             Pts.	       GB          Season	      GP	             G	             A	            Pts.	      GB
                        2008	          9	              1	              1	              2	         			3        2008	         8	             0	             0	             0	        			5
                        2007	          3	              0	              0	              0	         			0        Totals	       8	             0	             0	             0	        			5
                        2006	          4	              0	              0	              0	         			0
                        Total	         7	              1	              1	              2	         			3




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                          2008-09 University of Denver
                                                                                                  PL ayER PRO fiLE s

                                    CLIff SmITh                                                                      PEyTON TyrIE
                                    Senior.•.Attack                                                                  Junior.•.Goalie
                                    6-3.•.200                                                                        5-5.•.145
                                    Surrey,.B.C.                                                                     Greenwood.Village,.Colo.
                                    Queen.Elizabeth.H.S.                                                             Arapahoe.H.S.




                                                    27                                                                                    1
2008:.All-GWLL.Second.Team.selection.•.played.in.all.17.games.with.16.              2008:.Played.in.nine.games.with.seven.appearances.at.goalie.•.made.lone.
starts.•.Denver’s.second.leading.scorer.with.25.goals.and.38.points.•.tied.         start.in.net.against.Presbyterian.(3/24).•.had.three.groundballs.•.made.31.
for.second.on.the.team.with.13.assists.•.placed.67.of.101.shots.on.goal.            saves.while.facing.92.shots.and.allowing.25.goals.•.55.4.saves.percentage.
for.a..663.shots.on.goal.percentage.•.led.team.with.three.game-winning.             •.10.71.goals.against.average.
goals. against. Harvard. (3/29),. Quinnipiac. (4/11). and. Bellarmine. (4/13). •.
also.netted.a.man-up.goal.against.Bellarmine.(4/13).•.had.19.groundballs.           2007:.Saw.action.in.three.games,.two.at.goalie.•.had.one.ground.ball.•.
and.two.caused.turnovers.•.tallied.a.game-high.five.goals.against.Colgate.          allowed.two.goals.•.had.five.saves.
(2/16).•.recorded.three.hat.tricks.•.had.10.multi-point.games,.including.
a.game-high.six.points.against.Bellarmine.(4/13).•.tied.for.first.in.GWLL.          Before Denver: Three-year.starter.and.four-year.letterwinner.in.lacrosse.
game-winning.goals.(3)..                                                            at.Arapahoe.H.S..•.earned.all-league.first.team.honors.and.first.team.all-
                                                                                    state. honors. •. earned. All-American. honors. as. a. senior. •. named. league.
Before Denver: Transferred.to.Denver.from.Butler.University.after.being.            MVP. his. senior. season. •. four-time. member. of.Team. Colorado. •. earned.
the.team’s.leading.scorer.in.2006.and.a.two-time.member.of.the.All-Great.           Rookie.of.the.Year.honors.as.a.freshman.•.lettered.in.cross.country.four.
Western. Lacrosse. League. team. •. honored. as. a. two-time. league. all-star.     times..
while.playing.for.the.Surrey.Stickmen.in.the.British.Columbia.Junior.“A”.
league.•.selected.as.the.B.C..Junior.“A”.league.rookie.of.the.year.in.2004.•.       Personal: Born.May.16,.1988.•.son.of.Drew.and.Lori.Tyrie.•.has.one.sis-
in.2003,.played.on.the.South.Fraser.Warriors.under-17.provincial.champi-            ter,.Megan.•.chose.DU.so.he.could.stay.in.Colorado.and.play.Division.I.
ons.and.was.named.tournament.most.valuable.player.                                  lacrosse.•.wants.to.be.a.successful.leader.•.international.studies.major.•.
                                                                                    enjoys.snowboarding,.photography,.drawing.and.rabbit.hunting.
Personal: Born.January.30,.1985,.in.Surrey,.British.Columbia.•.son.of.Neil.
and.Brenda.Smith.•.has.one.brother,.Craig.•.was.a.2007.assistant.coach.for.
the.South.Fraser.Warriors.under-13.team.•.chose.Denver.because.it.was.
the.best.combination.of.athletics.and.academics.•.enjoys.outdoor.activi-
ties.•.finance.major.




                                                                                                                                                                       Men’s lacrosse




                                                                                                               TyrIES‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
                                                                                      Season	       GP	             SV	             GA	            GAA	         GB
                         SmITh‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS                                    2008	          7	             31	             25	            10.71	       			3
Season	        GP	            G	              A	              Pts.	       GB          2007	          2	              5	              2	             7.83	       			1
2008	          17	            25	             13	              38	        	19         Total	         9	             36	             27	            10.42	       			4
2006*	         14	            31	              6	              37	        	21
2005*	         12	             8	             18	              26	        	12         Season	       GP	              G	              A	             Pts.	       GB
Totals	        43	            64	             37	             101	        	52         2008	          2	              0	              0	              0	         			0
DU	Totals	     17	            25	             13	              38	        	19         2007	          1	              0	              0	              0	         			0
*With	Butler                                                                          Totals	        3	              0	              0	              0	         			0


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                                                                                                   2008-09 University of Denver
                        PL a yE R PR O f iL E s

                                                         JON vaNDEwErkEN                                                                       BEN wahLEr
                                                         Freshman.•.Defense                                                                    Junior.•.Midfield
                                                         6-2.•.195                                                                             5-9.•.180
                                                         Columbus,.Ohio                                                                        Denver,.Colo.
                                                         Upper.Arlington.H.S.                                                                  Cushing.Academy




                                                                             4                                                                                   38
                        Before Denver:.Named.first.team.all-Midwest.and.first.team.all-Region.               2008: Played.in.all.17.games.with.six.starts.•.tallied.two.goals.and.two.
                        from.his.high.school.men’s.lacrosse.team.                                            assists.for.four.points.•.placed.nine.of.11.shots.on.goal.for.an..818.shots.
                                                                                                             on. goal. percentage. •. led. team. with. 112. groundballs,. including. game-
                        Personal: Born.September.12,.1989,.in.Columbus,.Ohio.•.son.of.Jerry.and.             high. 17. against. Quinnipiac. (4/11). •. went. 185-for-342. in. face-offs. for. a.
                        Patti.Vandewerken. •. has. one. sibling,. Jess. •. enjoys. fly-fishing,. camping,.   .541.winning.percentage.•.ranked.first.in.GWLL.and.second.in.NCAA.in.
                        skiing.and.cooking.•.hopes.to.one.day.own.his.own.restaurant.•.plans.to.             groundballs.per.game.(6.59).•.ranked.third.in.GWLL.and.22nd.in.NCAA.in.
                        major.in.hotel,.restaurant.and.tourism.management.                                   face-off.percentage.(.541).

                                                                                                             Before Denver: Spent.a.season.at.Hobart.College.in.Geneva,.N.Y..in.2006.
                                                                                                             •.played.in.17.games.and.recorded.six.points.for.the.Statesmen’s.hockey.
                                                                                                             team. •. a. three-year. lacrosse. player. at. Cushing. Academy,. during. which.
                                                                                                             time. he. was. named. team. captain. and. most. valuable. player. •. won. all-
                                                                                                             state.and.all-conference.awards,.and.was.nominated.to.be.an.All-Ameri-
                                                                                                             can.•.also.played.hockey.for.Cushing.Academy’s.varsity.team.and.for.the.
                                                                                                             Bridgewater.Bandits.Junior.“A”.team,.where.he.was.a.team.captain.•.se-
                                                                                                             lected.to.participate.in.the.EJHL.all-star.game.•.two-year.starter.at.goalie.
                                                                                                             for.Cushing’s.soccer.team.

                                                                                                             Personal: Born.October.8,.1985,.in.Laguna.Beach,.Calif..•.son.of.Bob.and.
                                                                                                             Judy.Wahler.•.has.volunteered.with.the.Hobart.Statesman.Lacrosse.stu-
                                                                                                             dent. mentoring. program,. Project. Angel. Heart. and. the. Colorado. Acad-
                                                                                                             emy.community.service.program.•.made.the.honor.roll.in.high.school.•.
                                                                                                             marketing.major.
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                                                                                                                                         wahLEr‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
                                                                                                               Season	        GP	              G	               A	             Pts.	        GB
                                                                                                               2008	          17	              2	               2	              4	          112
                                                                                                               Totals	        17	              2	               2	              4	          112




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                                                                                                        PL ayER PRO fiLE s

                                      kyLE wIDErSTEDT                                                                      kyLE wOLLENhaUPT
                                      Senior.•.Midfield                                                                    Freshman.•.Midfield
                                      6-4.•.210                                                                            5-11.•.170
                                      Broomfield.Hills,.Mich.                                                              Golden,..Colo.
                                      Birmingham.Groves                                                                    Mullen.H.S.




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2008: Played.in.all.17.games.with.two.starts.against.Colgate.(2/16).and.                  Before Denver: A. four-year. varsity. letter. winner. at. J.K.. Mullen. High.
Penn. (3/9). •. tallied. seven. points. on. two. goals. and. five. assists. •. had. 28.   School. •. named. all-conference,. all-state. and. all-American. Midfielder. in.
groundballs.and.recorded.six.caused.turnovers.•.took.four.penalties..                     2007.•.received.all-conference.and.all-state.Attackman.honors.in.2008.

2007: Played.in.16.games.with.one.start.•.had.one.goal.and.two.assists.                   Personal: Born.June.6,.1990,.in.San.Diego,.Calif..•.son.of.Dan.and.Suzanne.
for.four.points.•.scooped.up.21.ground.balls.•.recorded.three.caused.turn-                Wollenhaupt.•.has.one.younger.brother,.Cade.•.Enjoys.hiking,.biking.and.
overs.                                                                                    going.to.concerts.and.professional.sporting.events.•.loves.the.mountains.
                                                                                          •.chose.DU.because.of.the.great.coaching.staff,.business.school.and.be-
2006:. Saw. action. in. 11. games. •. took. two. shots. and. put. one. on. net. •.        cause.he.wanted.to.stay.in.Denver.•.international.business.major.
scooped. up. two. groundballs. •. assisted. the. DU. defense. in. holding. op-
ponents.to.7.74.goals.per.game..

Before Denver:.A.two-sport.athlete.in.lacrosse.and.football.at.Birming-
ham.Grove.H.S..•.two-year.team.captain.•.earned.first-team.all-state.and.
all-midwest.senior.year.•.named.second.team.all-state.and.all-midwest.
junior.year.•.earned.All-America.honors.in.2005.•.played.defensive.end.
on.the.football.team.•.earned.first-team.all-state.and.all-north.in.2004.•.
senior.captain.•.defensive.team.MVP.

Personal: Born.December.31,.1986.•.son.of.Ken.and.Michelle.Widerstedt.
•.has.one.brother,.Kevin.•.chose.Denver.because.of.the.direction.of.the.
lacrosse.program.•.intends.to.major.in.business.




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                        wIDErSTEDT‘S CarEEr STaTISTICS
Season	        GP	               G	               A	              Pts.	         GB
2008	          17	               2	               5	                7	          	28
2007	          16	               1	               2	                3	          	21
2006	          11	               0	               0	                0	          			2
Total	         44	               3	               7	               10	          	51




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                        PL a yE R PR O f iL E s

                                                           STEvEN wyLIE
                                                           Freshman.•.Defense
                                                           6-5.•.205
                                                           Denver,.Colo.
                                                           Regis.Jesuit.H.S.




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                        Before Denver: 2007. All-Conference. Honorable. Mention. •. 2008. All-
                        American.

                        Personal: Born.October.25,.1989,.in.Denver,.Colo..•.son.of.Brian.and.Lynn.
                        Wylie. •. has. two. siblings,. Erin. (21). and. Kevin. (15). •. four-time. honor. roll.
                        student. in. high. school. •. University. of. Denver. Chancellor. Scholar. •. also.
                        played.varsity.basketball.for.his.high.school.where.he.was.All-Conference.
                        Honorable.Mention.•.enjoys.playing.guitar.and.snowboarding.•.chose.to.
                        attend.Denver.so.he.could.play.lacrosse.in.his.hometown.




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T
      he. University. of. Denver. men’s. lacrosse. team. re-   Colo.). netted. the. game-winner. just. 43. seconds.
      corded.one.of.its.most.successful.seasons.in.pro-        into.the.overtime.period.and.was.named.the.Face-
      gram.history..The.Pioneers.earned.an.at-large.bid.       Off.Classic.MVP..Junior.Joey.Murray.(Denver,.Colo.).
to. the. NCAA.Tournament. for. the. second. time. in. three.   joined.Lincoln.and.sophomore.Dillon.Roy.(Denver,.
years.and.finished.with.a.10-7.overall.mark.                   Colo.).on.the.All-Tournament.team.with.his.three-
                                                               goal.effort.against.Penn.
In. Great. Western. Lacrosse. League. play,. the. Pioneers.
went.4-1.and.shared.the.regular.season.title.with.Notre. After. falling. to. then-No.. 7. Cornell,. the. Pioneers.
Dame. and. Ohio. State..The. team. also. earned. the. No.. 2. began.a.six-game.win.streak.with.a.14-13.victory.
seed.in.the.inaugural.GWLL.Tournament.                        over. then-No.. 20. Stony. Brook.. Junior. goaltender.
                                                              Austin. Konkel. (Aurora,. Colo.). faced. a. game-high.
Denver. welcomed. four. transfers. and. 13. freshmen. to. 47.shots.and.matched.his.career-best.16.saves.for.
complete.its.2008.squad..The.transfers.included.senior. the.second.time.in.the.season..Sophomore.Ilija.Ga-
co-captain.Carlos.Navarro.(Dallas,.Texas).and.juniors.Cliff. jic.(Burnaby,.B.C.).led.the.DU.attack.with.a.hat.trick.
Smith.(Surrey,.B.C.).and.Mike.Anderson.(Louisville,.Ky.).. and.two.assists.in.the.win.over.the.Seawolves.
The.trio.came.to.DU.as.
a.result.of.Butler.drop-                                                                            The.next.win,.a.
ping. its. lacrosse. pro-                                                                           19-5. defeat. of.
gram.prior.to.the.2007.                                                                             Presbyterian. at.
season.. Junior. Dustin.                                                                            home. marked.
Palmer. (Centennial,.                                                                               the. Pioneers’.
Colo.). transferred. to.                                                                            highest.scoring.
DU. after. three. years.                                                                            output. of. the.
at.Syracuse..                                                                                       season.. Senior.
                                                                                                    Andrew.Bourke.
The. Pioneers. opened.                                                                              (Denver,. Colo.).
the.season.with.a.con-                                                                              netted. his. first.
vincing. 15-5. home.                                                                                career.hat.trick.
victory. over. then-No..                                                                            over. the. Blue.
16.Colgate..In.his.first.                                                                           Hose.      while.
game. as. a. Pioneer,.                                                                              freshman. Ryan.
Smith. tallied. five.                                                                               Fanning. (Dal-
goals. and. freshman.                                                                               las,. Texas). tal-
Jamie.Lincoln.(St..Catharines,.Ontario).added.four.in.his. lied.a.game-high.four.goals.and.junior.Brad.Rich-
collegiate.debut.                                             ardson.(Langley,.B.C.).had.three.assists.

DU.dropped.its.next.three.games,.falling.to.then-No..9. After.a.10-9.overtime.victory.over.Harvard,.the.Pio-
North.Carolina.6-5.at.home.before.heading.to.the.east. neers.traveled.to.then-No..7.Notre.Dame.to.open.
                                                                                                                           WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

coast.for.meetings.with.then-No..20.UMBC.and.Towson.. GWLL.play..The.Irish.took.a.6-2.halftime.lead,.but.
                                                                 DU. outscored. the. opponents. 5-1. in. the. third. pe-
The.squad.returned.to.Barton.Lacrosse.Stadium.for.the. riod..Gajic.scored.with.40.second.remaining.to.give.
Pioneer. Face-Off. Classic.. In. its. first. game,. Denver. de- the.Pioneers’.their.only.lead.of.the.game,.and.Kon-
feated.Brown.11-8.with.eight.different.Pioneers.scoring. kel. stopped. a. shot. with. 19. seconds. remaining. to.
goals.                                                           keep.the.Fighting.Irish.off.the.board.and.seal.the.
                                                                 9-8.Denver.victory.
The. championship. game. of. the. Face-Off. Classic. pitted.
DU.against.Penn,.and.the.Pioneers.pulled.off.a.thrilling. Continuing. league. play,. the. Pioneers. returned.
12-11. overtime. victory.. Senior. Brett. Koll. (Fort. Collins,. home. and. wrapped. up. their. home. season. with.

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                        20 0 8 R E v iE w
                        wins.over.Quinnipiac.and.Bel-                                                             (Greenwood. Village,. Colo.).
                        larmine..DU.downed.the.Bob-                                                               recorded. a. career-high. 12.
                        cats. 14-8. fueled. by. a. seven-                                                         saves. before. fellow. sopho-
                        point. effort. by. Lincoln. on. six.                                                      more. Pete. Lowell. (Freeport,.
                        goals. and. one. assist.. Sopho-                                                          Maine). added. two. saves. in.
                        more. Ben. Wahler. (Denver,.                                                              the.final.3:33.
                        Colo.). tallied. a. game-high. 17.
                        groundballs.                                                                              Six. Pioneers. earned. GWLL.
                                                                                                                  honors.led.by.Lincoln’s.New-
                        In.their.final.home.game.of.the.                                                          comer.of.the.Year.award..Roy.
                        season,.the.Pioneers.dropped.                                                             joined. Lincoln. on. the. All-
                        Bellarmine. 14-12.. Smith. led.                                                           GWLL.First.Team,.while.Smith.
                        Denver. with. six. points. on.                                                            earned. second. team. honors.
                        four. goals. and. two. assists..                                                          at. attack.. Gajic. and. Murray.
                        Meanwhile,. Roy. tallied. seven.                                                          both. earned. their. second.
                        groundballs. for. the. second.                                                            consecutive. All-GWLL. hon-
                        consecutive.game,.and.fresh-                                                              ors. in. being. named. to. the.
                        man. Brendan. Deblois. (Nar-                                                              second.team.at.midfield..De-
                        ragansett,. R.I.). scooped. up. a.                                                        blois.rounded.out.the.league.
                        game-high.nine.groundballs.                                                               awards. with. All-GWLL. Sec-
                                                                                                                  ond.Team.honors.at.defense.
                        The. Pioneers. set. a. pair. of. re-
                        cords. against. Bellarmine. as.                                                        The. first-ever. GWLL. Tourna-
                        well.. Senior. co-captain. Jon.                                                        ment. saw. the. No.. 2. seeded.
                        Paulson.(Flemington,.N.J.).recorded.a.goal.just.13.sec-            Pioneers.face.No..3-seed.Ohio.State.and.fall.15-8..
                        onds. in. to. the. game,. marking. the. 10th. fastest. goal.       Notre.Dame.defeated.the.Buckeyes.in.the.GWLL.
                        scored. in. NCAA. Division. I. history,. while. sophomore.         Tournament.Final,.but.all.three.teams.advanced.
                        Charley.Dickinson.(Dallas,.Texas).recorded.a.game-high.            to.the.NCAA.National.Tournament..
                        four.assists.to.tie.for.sixth.in.DU’s.single-game.program.
                        records.                                                           In. their. second. NCAA. Tournament. appearance.
                                                                                           in.three.years,.the.Pioneers.faced.a.familiar.first.
                        With.a.3-0.mark.in.GWLL.play,.Denver.traveled.to.Ohio.             round. foe. in. Maryland.. DU. fell. to. the.Terrapins.
                        State..The.Buckeyes.also.held.a.3-0.conference.record,.            in.its.first.national.appearance.in.2006.by.a.16-8.
                        and.the.two.teams.battled.in.front.of.a.NCAA.Division.             score..
                        I.men’s.lacrosse.regular-season.record.crowd.of.29,601..
                        The.Pioneers.fell.20-13.despite.three.assists.by.Murray.           Despite.entering.the.game.having.won.seven.of.
                        and. 14. groundballs. by.Wahler,. his. fourth. double-digit.       their.last.nine.games,.the.Pioneers.fell.to.0-4.all-
                        groundball.effort.of.the.season.                                   time.against.Maryland.with.a.10-7.loss..After.Den-
                                                                                           ver.jumped.to.an.early.2-0.lead,.the.home.team.
                        Denver.faced.Air.Force.in.its.final.regular.season.game.           rallied.and.the.teams.headed.into.halftime.tied.
                        and.held.the.Falcons.to.only.one.goal..The.14-1.victory.           5-5..The.Terps. broke. out. of. the. tie. to. take. their.
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                        marked.the.fewest.goals.by.a.Pioneer.opponent.since.               first.lead.of.the.game.with.6:14.remaining.in.the.
                        DU.defeated.Colorado.College,.12-1.on.March.26,.2001.              third.period.and.never.looked.back.

                        All.three.DU.goalies.saw.time.in.the.win.over.Air.Force.           The. Pioneers. received. three. points. from. both.
                        with. Konkel. setting. the. stage. with. a. near-perfect. first.   Murray. and. Charley. Dickenson. as. each. tallied.
                        half.. He. allowed. the. game’s. lone. goal. while. facing. 17.    one.goal.and.two.assists.while.Konkel.made.13.
                        shots. and. making. five. saves.. Sophomore. Peyton.Tyrie.         saves.in.the.loss..
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                                          2 0 0 8 R E su L ts a ND s tatistics
OVERALL: 10-7-0                   CONFERENCE: 4-1-0                     HOME: 7-1-0                  AWAY: 2-4-0        NEUTRAL: 1-2-0
DATE       OPPONENT                         SCORE                OVERALL CONF.        ATTEND.   GOALIE                                SITE
02/16/08   COLGATE                          W, 15-5              1-0-0     0-0-0      1147      Konkel, Austin(1-0)         Denver, Colo.
02/23/08   No. 9 NORTH CAROLINA             L, 5-6               1-1-0     0-0-0      1800      Konkel, Austin(1-1)         Denver, Colo.
03/01/08   at UMBC                          L, 6-9               1-2-0     0-0-0      812       Konkel, Austin(1-2)        Baltimore, Md.
03/02/08   at No. 20 Towson University      L, 9-10              1-3-0     0-0-0      1016      Konkel, Austin(1-3)           Towson, Md.
03/08/08   BROWN                            W, 11-8              2-3-0     0-0-0      1278      Konkel, Austin              Denver, Colo.
03/09/08   PENN                             WOT, 12-11           3-3-0     0-0-0      1208      Konkel, Austin              Denver, Colo.
03/18/08   vs. No. 7 Cornell                L, 7-20              3-4-0     0-0-0                Konkel, Austin(3-4)          Dallas, Texas
03/22/08   at Stony Brook                   W, 14-13             4-4-0     0-0-0      1300      Konkel, Austin(4-4)     Stony Brook, N.Y.
03/24/08   PRESBYTERIAN                     W, 19-5              5-4-0     0-0-0      524       Tyrie, Peyton(1-0)          Denver, Colo.
03/29/08   HARVARD                          WOT, 10-9            6-4-0     0-0-0      1480      Konkel, Austin(5-4)         Denver, Colo.
04/05/08   vs. No. 7 Notre Dame *           W, 9-8               7-4-0     1-0-0      3482      Konkel, Austin(7-4)        Bridgeview, Ill.
04/11/08   QUINNIPIAC *                     W, 14-8              8-4-0     2-0-0      993       Konkel, Austin(7-4)         Denver, Colo.
04/13/08   BELLARMINE *                     W, 14-12             9-4-0     3-0-0      936       Konkel, Austin(8-4)         Denver, Colo.
04/19/08   at No. 11 Ohio State *           L, 13-20             9-5-0     3-1-0      29601     Konkel, Austin(8-5)       Columbus, Ohio
04/26/08   at Air Force *                   W, 14-1              10-5-0    4-1-0      227       Konkel, Austin(9-5)          USAFA, Colo.
05/02/08   vs. No. 10 Ohio State            L, 8-15              10-6-0    4-1-0                Tyrie, Peyton          Birmingham, Mich.
05/10/08   at No. 7 Maryland                L, 7-10              10-7-0    4-1-0      1360      Konkel, Austin(9-6)     College Park, Md.

ATTEND            Dates   Total           Average
Total:            17      47,164          2,774
Home:             8       9,366           1,171
Away:             6       34,316          5,719
Neutral:          3       3,482           1,161

TEAM STATISTICS
SHOT STATISTICS                    DEN               OPP.               GROUND.BALLS.                       610.          565
Goals-Shot.attempts.               187-646.          170-580            TURNOVERS.                          359.          381
Goals.scored.average.              10.96.            9.97               CAUSED.TURNOVERS.                   112.          109
Shot.pct..                         .289.             .293               FACEOFFS.(W-L).                     217-197.      197-217
Shots.on.goal-Attempts.            404-646.          346-580            Faceoff.W-L.Pct..                   .524.         .476
SOG.pct..                          .625.             .597               CLEARS.                             268-354.      287-370
Shots/Game.                        38.0.             34.1               Clear.Pct..                         .757.         .776
Assists.                           111.              106
                                                                        PENALTIES                           DEN           OPP
MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES               DEN               OPP                Number.                             103.          64
Goals-Opportunities.               18-58.            24-96              Minutes.                            84:00.        55:00
Conversion.Percent.                .310.             .250
                                                                        ATTENDANCE                          DEN           OPP
GOAL BREAKDOWN                     DEN               OPP                Total.                              9,366.        34,316
Total.Goals.                       187.              170                Dates/Avg.Per.Date.                 8/1,171.      6/5,719
Man-up.                            18.               24                 Neutral.Site.#/Avg.                 3/1,161.
Man-down.                          2.                2
Unassisted.                        76.               64
Overtime.                          2.                0
GOALS BY PERIOD                    1st        2nd    3rd       4th     OT      Total
Denver.                            41.        44.    42.       58.     2.      187
Opponents.                         41.        53.    38.       38.     0.      170

SAVES BY PERIOD                    1st        2nd    3rd       4th     OT      Total
Denver.                            42.        56.    48.       29.     1.      176
Opponents.                         59.        50.    47.       61.     0.      217
                                                                                                                                              Men’s lacrosse




SHOTS BY PERIOD                    1st        2nd    3rd       4th     OT      Total
Denver.                            159.       155.   141.      189.    2.      646
Opponents.                         133.       175.   154.      116.    2.      580

SHOTS ON GOAL BY PRD               1st        2nd    3rd       4th     OT      Total
Denver.                            100.       94.    89.       119.    2.      404
Opponents.                         83.        109.   86.       67.     1.      346




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                        INDIVIDUAL STATS
                                                                                     SHOTS                          GOALS
                        ##    Name                    GP    GS     G     A     Pts   Sh    Shot%   SOG     SOG%     GW UP       DN    GB T/O     CT    Faceoff    Pct      Pen Min
                        44.   Lincoln,.Jamie.         17.   11.    48.   4.    52.   129. .372.    92.     .713.    0.  8.      1.    14. 35.    0.    0-0.       .000.    4.   3.0.
                        27.   Smith,.Cliff.           17.   16.    25.   13.   38.   101. .248.    67.     .663.    3.  1.      0.    19. 22.    2.    0-0.       .000.    7.   5.5.
                        8..   Dickenson,.Charley.     17.   9.     9.    21.   30.   41.  .220.    22.     .537.    2.  0.      0.    7. 23.     1.    0-0.       .000.    1.   1.0.
                        20.   Murray,.Joey.           16.   12.    14.   13.   27.   61.  .230.    32.     .525.    0.  1.      0.    26. 24.    7.    0-0.       .000.    6.   4.0.
                        9..   Gajic,.Ilija.           16.   1.     14.   12.   26.   62.  .226.    38.     .613.    2.  0.      0.    27. 34.    6.    0-0.       .000.    4.   2.5.
                        22.   Paulson,.Jon.           17.   13.    17.   5.    22.   49.  .347.    33.     .673.    0.  0.      0.    14. 18.    2.    0-0.       .000.    0.   0.0.
                        12.   Koll,.Brett.            17.   14.    13.   9.    22.   35.  .371.    22.     .629.    1.  1.      1.    37. 26.    3.    0-0.       .000.    2.   1.5.
                        3..   Dickenson,.John.        17.   2.     15.   4.    19.   41.  .366.    25.     .610.    0.  3.      0.    7. 18.     0.    0-0.       .000.    2.   2.0.
                        18.   Richardson,.Brad.       17.   0.     3.    7.    10.   11.  .273.    8.      .727.    0.  0.      0.    6. 3.      0.    4-13.      .308.    2.   2.0.
                        25.   Eichler,.Emerson.       17.   0.     6.    2.    8.    17.  .353.    14.     .824.    0.  1.      0.    11. 10.    1.    0-0.       .000.    1.   1.0.
                        6..   Fanning,.Ryan.          9.    0.     5.    2.    7.    13.  .385.    8.      .615.    0.  2.      0.    3. 3.      2.    0-0.       .000.    1.   1.0.
                        37.   Widerstedt,.Kyle.       17.   2.     2.    5.    7.    15.  .133.    4.      .267.    0.  0.      0.    28. 12.    6.    0-1.       .000.    4.   3.0.
                        16.   Roy,.Dillon.            17.   16.    4.    0.    4.    8.   .500.    6.      .750.    1.  0.      0.    44. 15.    20.   0-0.       .000.    14. 11.5.
                        4..   Bourke,.Andrew.         10.   1.     3.    1.    4.    9.   .333.    6.      .667.    1.  0.      0.    3. 2.      0.    0-0.       .000.    0.   0.0.
                        38.   Wahler,.Ben.            17.   6.     2.    2.    4.    11.  .182.    9.      .818.    0.  0.      0.    112. 13.   1.    185-342.   .541.    7.   5.5.
                        40.   Anderson,.Mike.         17.   3.     3.    0.    3.    4.   .750.    3.      .750.    0.  0.      0.    20. 5.     8.    0-0.       .000.    3.   3.0.
                        26.   Lay,.Andrew.            7.    0.     1.    1.    2.    8.   .125.    4.      .500.    0.  0.      0.    0. 1.      0.    0-0.       .000.    0.   0.0.
                        19.   Schaeffler,.Cory.       9.    0.     1.    1.    2.    5.   .200.    1.      .200.    0.  0.      0.    3. 2.      0.    0-0.       .000.    0.   0.0.
                        15.   Driver,.Ryan.           12.   0.     1.    1.    2.    5.   .200.    3.      .600.    0.  1.      0.    4. 9.      1.    0-0.       .000.    2.   1.5.
                        17.   Kerr,.Cameron.          17.   1.     1.    1.    2.    3.   .333.    1.      .333.    0.  0.      0.    5. 6.      1.    0-0.       .000.    2.   1.0.
                        5..   Jackson,.Deke.          12.   0.     0.    2.    2.    11.  .000.    3.      .273.    0.  0.      0.    11. 11.    0.    0-0.       .000.    1.   0.5.
                        13.   Deblois,.Brendan.       17.   6.     0.    2.    2.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    47. 15.    11.   0-0.       .000.    9.   8.5.
                        11.   Covey,.Eric.            11.   0.     0.    1.    1.    4.   .000.    2.      .500.    0.  0.      0.    11. 6.     0.    13-31.     .419.    2.   1.5.
                        21.   MacDonald,.Jamie.       16.   0.     0.    1.    1.    1.   .000.    1.      1.000.   0.  0.      0.    22. 1.     2.    0-0.       .000.    2.   1.5.
                        33.   Kemp,.Vince.            8.    1.     0.    1.    1.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    7. 1.      0.    9-20.      .450.    0.   0.0.
                        42.   Platt,.Taylor.          10.   0.     0.    0.    0.    2.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    7. 1.      2.    0-0.       .000.    1.   0.5.
                        41.   Simonetti,.Steve.       8.    0.     0.    0.    0.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    5. 2.      2.    0-0.       .000.    0.   0.0.
                        39.   Palmer,.Dustin.         17.   7.     0.    0.    0.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    10. 1.     3.    0-0.       .000.    1.   1.0.
                        36.   Lowell,.Pete.           5.    0.     0.    0.    0.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    2. 1.      0.    0-0.       .000.    0.   0.0.
                        34.   Drexler,.Alex.          4.    0.     0.    0.    0.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    3. 1.      0.    5-5.       1.000.   0.   0.0.
                        28.   Sanders,.Payton.        17.   14.    0.    0.    0.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    13. 3.     6.    1-2.       .500.    9.   8.5.
                        23.   Brown,.Jeff.            12.   0.     0.    0.    0.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    4. 1.      2.    0-0.       .000.    2.   1.5.
                        10.   Navarro,.Carlos.        16.   7.     0.    0.    0.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    19. 3.     12.   0-0.       .000.    11.  9.0.
                        7..   Konkel,.Austin.         16.   15.    0.    0.    0.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    48. 14.    10.   0-0.       .000.    3.   2.5.
                        2..   Baumann,.John.          11.   2.     0.    0.    0.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    8. 0.      1.    0-0.       .000.    0.   0.0.
                        1..   Tyrie,.Peyton.          9.    1.     0.    0.    0.    0.   .000.    0.      .000.    0.  0.      0.    3. 2.      0.    0-0.       .000.    0.   0.0.
                              Total...............    17           187   111   298   646 .289      404     .625     10 18       2     610 359    112   217-414    .524     103 84.0
                              Opponents...........    17           170   106   276   580 .293      346     .597     7   24      2     565 381    109   197-414    .476     64  55.0

                                                                    GOAL AVERAGE               SAVES             RECORD              Shots
                        ##    Name                    GP     GS     Minutes GA        GAAvg    Saves     Pct     W   L     T         Faced
                        36.   Lowell,.Pete.           4.     0.     39:12.   4.       6.12.    7.        .636.   0.  0.    0.        16
                        7..   Konkel,.Austin.         16.    15.    844:03.  141.     10.02.   138.      .495.   9.  6.    0.        472
                        1..   Tyrie,.Peyton.          7.     1.     140:07.  25.      10.71.   31.       .554.   1.  1.    0.        92
                        ...   Total................   17.    .      1023:22. 170.     9.97.    176.      .509.   10. 7.    0.        580
                        ...   Opponents............   17.    .      1023:22. 187.     10.96.   217.      .537.   7.  10.   0.        646
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                                                                                                                2008 s tatistics
CATEGORY LEADERS
## POINTS               GP        G     A     Pts   Shots   ##    SHORT-HANDED GOALS GP No.                                  ##    CAUSED TURNOVERS    GP    CT
44. Lincoln,.Jamie.     17.       48.   4.    52.   129     44.   Lincoln,.Jamie.    17. 1                                   16.   Roy,.Dillon.        17.   20
27. Smith,.Cliff.       17.       25.   13.   38.   101     12.   Koll,.Brett.       17. 1                                   10.   Navarro,.Carlos.    16.   12
8.  Dickenson,.Charley. 17.       9.    21.   30.   41                                                                       13.   Deblois,.Brendan.   17.   11
20. Murray,.Joey.       16.       14.   13.   27.   61      ##    FACE-OFF PCT.         GP     W      L      Pct.            7.    Konkel,.Austin.     16.   10
9.  Gajic,.Ilija.       16.       14.   12.   26.   62      34.   Drexler,.Alex.        4.     5.     0.     1.000           40.   Anderson,.Mike.     17.   8
22. Paulson,.Jon.       17.       17.   5.    22.   49      38.   Wahler,.Ben.          17.    185.   157.   .541            20.   Murray,.Joey.       16.   7
12. Koll,.Brett.        17.       13.   9.    22.   35      28.   Sanders,.Payton.      17.    1.     1.     .500            37.   Widerstedt,.Kyle.   17.   6
3.  Dickenson,.John.    17.       15.   4.    19.   41      33.   Kemp,.Vince.          8.     9.     11.    .450            28.   Sanders,.Payton.    17.   6
18. Richardson,.Brad.   17.       3.    7.    10.   11      11.   Covey,.Eric.          11.    13.    18.    .419            9.    Gajic,.Ilija.       16.   6
25. Eichler,.Emerson.   17.       6.    2.    8.    17      18.   Richardson,.Brad.     17.    4.     9.     .308            39.   Palmer,.Dustin.     17.   3
                                                            37.   Widerstedt,.Kyle.     17.    0.     1.     .000
##    GOALS                 GP    G     A     Pts   Shots                                                                    ##    PENALTIES           GP    No.
44.   Lincoln,.Jamie.       17.   48.   4.    52.   129     ##    SHOTS                 GP     G      A      Sh     Pct.     16.   Roy,.Dillon.        17.   14
27.   Smith,.Cliff.         17.   25.   13.   38.   101     44.   Lincoln,.Jamie.       17.    48.    4.     129.   .372     10.   Navarro,.Carlos.    16.   11
22.   Paulson,.Jon.         17.   17.   5.    22.   49      27.   Smith,.Cliff.         17.    25.    13.    101.   .248     13.   Deblois,.Brendan.   17.   9
3.    Dickenson,.John.      17.   15.   4.    19.   41      9.    Gajic,.Ilija.         16.    14.    12.    62.    .226     28.   Sanders,.Payton.    17.   9
20.   Murray,.Joey.         16.   14.   13.   27.   61      20.   Murray,.Joey.         16.    14.    13.    61.    .230     27.   Smith,.Cliff.       17.   7
9.    Gajic,.Ilija.         16.   14.   12.   26.   62      22.   Paulson,.Jon.         17.    17.    5.     49.    .347     38.   Wahler,.Ben.        17.   7
12.   Koll,.Brett.          17.   13.   9.    22.   35      3.    Dickenson,.John.      17.    15.    4.     41.    .366     20.   Murray,.Joey.       16.   6
8.    Dickenson,.Charley.   17.   9.    21.   30.   41      8.    Dickenson,.Charley.   17.    9.     21.    41.    .220     9.    Gajic,.Ilija.       16.   4
25.   Eichler,.Emerson.     17.   6.    2.    8.    17      12.   Koll,.Brett.          17.    13.    9.     35.    .371     37.   Widerstedt,.Kyle.   17.   4
6.    Fanning,.Ryan.        9.    5.    2.    7.    13      25.   Eichler,.Emerson.     17.    6.     2.     17.    .353     44.   Lincoln,.Jamie.     17.   4
                                                            37.   Widerstedt,.Kyle.     17.    2.     5.     15.    .133
##    ASSISTS               GP    G     A     Pts   Shots                                                                    ##    PENALTY MINUTES     GP    PMIN
8.    Dickenson,.Charley.   17.   9.    21.   30.   41      ##    SHOT PCT              GP     G      A      Sh     Pct.     16.   Roy,.Dillon.        17.   11.5
20.   Murray,.Joey.         16.   14.   13.   27.   61      40.   Anderson,.Mike.       17.    3.     0.     4.     .750     10.   Navarro,.Carlos.    16.   9.0
27.   Smith,.Cliff.         17.   25.   13.   38.   101     16.   Roy,.Dillon.          17.    4.     0.     8.     .500     13.   Deblois,.Brendan.   17.   8.5
9.    Gajic,.Ilija.         16.   14.   12.   26.   62      6.    Fanning,.Ryan.        9.     5.     2.     13.    .385     28.   Sanders,.Payton.    17.   8.5
12.   Koll,.Brett.          17.   13.   9.    22.   35      44.   Lincoln,.Jamie.       17.    48.    4.     129.   .372     27.   Smith,.Cliff.       17.   5.5
18.   Richardson,.Brad.     17.   3.    7.    10.   11      12.   Koll,.Brett.          17.    13.    9.     35.    .371     38.   Wahler,.Ben.        17.   5.5
22.   Paulson,.Jon.         17.   17.   5.    22.   49      3.    Dickenson,.John.      17.    15.    4.     41.    .366     20.   Murray,.Joey.       16.   4.0
37.   Widerstedt,.Kyle.     17.   2.    5.    7.    15      25.   Eichler,.Emerson.     17.    6.     2.     17.    .353     40.   Anderson,.Mike.     17.   3.0
3.    Dickenson,.John.      17.   15.   4.    19.   41      22.   Paulson,.Jon.         17.    17.    5.     49.    .347     37.   Widerstedt,.Kyle.   17.   3.0
44.   Lincoln,.Jamie.       17.   48.   4.    52.   129     4.    Bourke,.Andrew.       10.    3.     1.     9.     .333     44.   Lincoln,.Jamie.     17.   3.0
                                                            17.   Kerr,.Cameron.        17.    1.     1.     3.     .333
##    GROUND BALLS                GP    GB
38.   Wahler,.Ben.                17.   112                 ##    SHOTS ON GOAL         GP    G      A Sh       SOG   Pct.
7.    Konkel,.Austin.             16.   48                  44.   Lincoln,.Jamie.       17.   48.    4. 129.    92.   .713
13.   Deblois,.Brendan.           17.   47                  27.   Smith,.Cliff.         17.   25.    13. 101.   67.   .663
16.   Roy,.Dillon.                17.   44                  9.    Gajic,.Ilija.         16.   14.    12. 62.    38.   .613
12.   Koll,.Brett.                17.   37                  22.   Paulson,.Jon.         17.   17.    5. 49.     33.   .673
37.   Widerstedt,.Kyle.           17.   28                  20.   Murray,.Joey.         16.   14.    13. 61.    32.   .525
9.    Gajic,.Ilija.               16.   27                  3.    Dickenson,.John.      17.   15.    4. 41.     25.   .610
20.   Murray,.Joey.               16.   26                  8.    Dickenson,.Charley.   17.   9.     21. 41.    22.   .537
21.   MacDonald,.Jamie.           16.   22                  12.   Koll,.Brett.          17.   13.    9. 35.     22.   .629
40.   Anderson,.Mike.             17.   20                  25.   Eichler,.Emerson.     17.   6.     2. 17.     14.   .824
                                                            38.   Wahler,.Ben.          17.   2.     2. 11.     9.    .818
##    GAME WINNING GOALS          GP    No.
27.   Smith,.Cliff.               17.   3                   ##    SHOTS ON GOAL PCT     GP    G      A Sh       SOG Pct.
8.    Dickenson,.Charley.         17.   2                   21.   MacDonald,.Jamie.     16.   0.     1. 1.      1. 1.000
9.    Gajic,.Ilija.               16.   2                   25.   Eichler,.Emerson.     17.   6.     2. 17.     14. .824
16.   Roy,.Dillon.                17.   1                   38.   Wahler,.Ben.          17.   2.     2. 11.     9.  .818
12.   Koll,.Brett.                17.   1                   16.   Roy,.Dillon.          17.   4.     0. 8.      6.  .750
4.    Bourke,.Andrew.             10.   1                   40.   Anderson,.Mike.       17.   3.     0. 4.      3.  .750
                                                            18.   Richardson,.Brad.     17.   3.     7. 11.     8.  .727
##    MAN-UP GOALS                GP    No.                 44.   Lincoln,.Jamie.       17.   48.    4. 129.    92. .713
44.   Lincoln,.Jamie.             17.   8                   22.   Paulson,.Jon.         17.   17.    5. 49.     33. .673
3.    Dickenson,.John.            17.   3                   4.    Bourke,.Andrew.       10.   3.     1. 9.      6.  .667
6.    Fanning,.Ryan.              9.    2                   27.   Smith,.Cliff.         17.   25.    13. 101.   67. .663
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12.   Koll,.Brett.                17.   1
25.   Eichler,.Emerson.           17.   1
15.   Driver,.Ryan.               12.   1
20.   Murray,.Joey.               16.   1
27.   Smith,.Cliff.               17.   1




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                        20 0 9 O P P O N E N t s & gw LL
                        Air Force Falcons                            Albany Great Danes                          Bellarmine Knights
                        Apr. 25 at Barton Lacrosse Stadium           Feb. 21 at Albany, N.Y.                     Mar. 29 at Louisville, Ky.
                        Location: USAFA, Colo.                       Location: Albany, N.Y.                      Location:
                        Home Field: Cadet Lacrosse Stadium           Home Field: John Fallon Field               Home Field:
                        Capacity: 2,000                              Capacity: 2,500                             Capacity:
                        All-Time Series: AFA 26-15                   All-Time Series: 1st meeting                All-Time Series: DEN 3-0
                        SID: Melissa McKeown                         SID: Brian DePasquale                       SID:
                        Office Phone: (719) 333-9025                 Office Phone: (518) 442-3072                Office Phone:
                        Email: melissa.mckeown@usafa.edu             Email: bdepasquale@uamail.albany.edu        Email:
                        Website: goairforcefalcons.com               Website: ualbanysports.com                  Website:

                        Brown Bears                                  Bucknell Bison                              Detroit Titans
                        Mar. 8 at Providence, R.I.                   Mar. 17 at Lewisburg, Pa.                   Apr. 17 at Barton Lacrosse Stadium
                        Location: Providence, R.I.                   Location: Lewisburg, Pa.                    Location: Detroit, Mich.
                        Home Field: Stevenson Field                  Home Field: Christy Mathewson Stadium       Home Field: Titan Field
                        Capacity: 3,000                              Capacity: 13,100                            Capacity:
                        All-Time Series: DEN 2-1                     All-Time Series: Tied 1-1                   All-Time Series: 1st meeting
                        SID: Christopher Humm                        SID: Jon Terry                              SID: P.J. Gradowski
                        Office Phone: (401) 863-1095                 Office Phone: (570) 577-1660                Office Phone: (313) 993-1745
                        Email: christopher_humm@brown.edu            Email: terry@bucknell.edu                   Email: gradowpj@udmercy.edu
                        Website: brownbears.cstv.com                 Website: bucknellbison.cstv.com             Website: detroittitans.com

                        Drexel Dragons                               North Carolina Tar Heels                    Notre Dame Fighting Irish
                        Mar. 24 at Barton Lacrosse Stadium           Feb. 14 at Chapel Hill, N.C.                Apr. 11 at Barton Lacrosse Stadium
                        Location: Philadelphia, Pa.                  Location: Chapel Hill, N.C.                 Location: South Bend, Ind.
                        Home Field: Vidas Field                      Home Fields: Fetzer Field & Kenan Stadium   Home Field: Alumni Field
                        Capacity:                                    Capacity: 6,000 (Fetzer); 60,000 (Kenan)    Capacity: 2,500
                        All-Time Series: DU 1-0                      All-Time Series: UNC 7-1                    All-Time Series: ND 9-4
                        SID: Mike Tuberosa                           SID: Dave Lohse                             SID: Sean Carroll
                        Office Phone: (215) 895-1591                 Office Phone: (919) 962-7257                Office Phone: (574) 631-2664
                        Email:                                       Email: dlohse@uncaa.unc.edu                 Email: carroll.64@nd.edu
                        Website: drexeldragons.com                   Website: tarheelblue.cstv.com               Website: und.com

                        Ohio State Buckeyes                          Penn Quakers
                        Apr. 19 at Barton Lacrosse Stadium           Mar. 6 at Philadelphia, Pa.
                        Location: Columbus, Ohio                     Location: Philadelphia, Pa.
                                                                                                                  The Great Western Lacrosse League
                        Home Field: Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium     Home Field: Franklin Field
                                                                                                                  The Great Western Lacrosse League is a
                        Capacity: 10,000                             Capacity: 52,958                             lacrosse-only league that is comprised of six
                        All-Time Series: OSU 11-4                    All-Time Series: DEN 3-0                     teams: Air Force, Bellarmine, Denver, Notre
                        SID: Leann Parker                            SID: Mike Mahoney                            Dame, Ohio State and Quinnipiac. Over the
                        Office Phone: (614) 688-0294                 Office Phone: (215) 898-1747                 past few years, the GWLL has proved itself
                        Email: parker.387@osu.edu                    Email: mahoneyw@upenn.edu                    as a premier league in NCAA Lacrosse. Last
                        Website: ohiostatebuckeyes.com               Website: pennathletics.com                   season, Notre Dame earned the GWLL’s
                                                                                                                  automatic NCAA tournament bid by defeating
                        Quinnipiac Bobcats                           Sacred Heart Pioneers                        Ohio State in the inaugural GWLL tourna-
                        Apr. 4 at Hamden, Conn.                      Feb. 28 at Barton Lacrosse Stadium           ment championship game. Ohio State and
                        Location: Hamden, Conn.                      Location: Fairfield, Conn.                   Denver earned ‘at-large’ bids to the 16-team
                        Home Field: Quinnipiac Lacrosse Turf Field   Home Field: Campus Field                     NCAA field. Only the ACC sent more teams
                        Capacity: 1,000                              Capacity: 4,000                              to the NCAA tournament than the GWLL in
                        All-Time Series: DEN 4-1                     All-Time Series: DEN 3-0                     2008.
                        SID: Greg Ott                                SID: Rick Cohen
                        Office Phone: (203) 582-5387                 Office Phone: (203) 365-4813
                        Email: gnott@quinnipiac.edu                  Email: petersonb@sacredheart.edu
                        Website: quinnipiacbobcats.com               Website: sacredheartpioneers.com
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                        Stony Brook Seawolves                        Towson Tigers
                        Mar. 21 at Barton Lacrosse Stadium           Mar. 1 at Barton Lacrosse Stadium
                        Location: Stony Brook, N.Y.                  Location: Towson, Md.
                        Home Field: LaValle Stadium                  Home Field: Johnny Unitas Stadium
                        Capacity: 8,136                              Capacity: 11,198
                        All-Time Series: SB 5-1                      All-Time Series: TOW 3-0
                        SID: Phil Hess                               SID: Eric Rhew
                        Office Phone: (631) 632-7289                 Office Phone: (410) 704-6258
                        Email: philip.hess@stonybrook.edu            Email: erhew@towson.edu
                        Website: goseawolves.cstv.com                Website: towsontigers.com
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                                                                  iND ivi Dua L R E cORD s
             Career Marks                            Single Season Marks                          Single Game Marks
                   GOALS                                         GOALS                                        GOALS
Player                               Goals    Player                            Goals    Player                Goals Opp.           Year
1. Todd Dickson (1990-93)              144    1 Todd Dickson (1992)                 57   1. Chris Scarlett       10    Colorado        70
2. Darrin Tinger (1993-96)             141    2. Darrin Tinger (1996)               51   2. Darrin Tinger        8     Regis           93
3. Mike Law (1998-01)                  123    3. Jamie Lincoln (2008)               48      Steve Vanelli        8     Colo. Mines     94
4. Matt Brown (2002-05)                113        Todd Dickson (1993)               48      Darrin Tinger        8     BYU             96
5. Daren Dickson (1990-93)              82    5. Chris Scarlett (1970)              38   5. Scott Bermingham     7     Regi            96
6. Scott Davidson (2002-05)             60        Mark Eibl (1984)                  38      Mike Law             7     C.C             98
    Chad Wittman (2000-02)              60    7. Andrew Wright (1987)               36      Matt Brown           7    Sacred Heart     05
8. Geoff Snider (2003-06)               58        Matt Brown (2005)                 36   8. Joey Murray          6    Villanova        07
9. Ryan Zordani (2004-07)               55    9. Mike Law (2001)                    34      Brandon Barcus       6    Bellermine       06
    Mike Kenlay (2000-03)               55    10. Matt Brown (2002)                 32      Greg Weigel          6    Fairfield        04
                                                  Mike Law (2000)                   32      Geoff Bieging        6    Butler           99
                                                                                            Jamie Lincoln        6    Quinnipiac       08
                   ASSISTS
Player                              Assists                       ASSISTS
1.    Daren Dickson (1990-93)            66   Player                           Assists                        ASSISTS
2.    Tug Howe (1969-70)                 61   1.  Tug Howe (1970)                   44   Player                Assists Opp.          Year
3.    Geoff Bieging (1997-00)            58   2.  Ty Ryder (1971)                   31   1. Scott Donovan     6       Colo. Mines      94
4.    Todd Dickson (1990-93)             55   3.  Geoff Bieging (1998)              28      Daren Dickson     6        Regis           93
5.    Mike Law (1998-01)                 51   4.  Todd Dickson (1993)               27   3. Bob Manfuso       5        FDU             84
6.    Ryan Zordani (2004-07)             43   5.  Bob Manfuso (1984)                25      Erich Wagner      5        Regis           93
7.    D. Sasaki-Scanlon (2002-05)        42   6.  Joey Murray (2007)                21      Geoff Bieging     5        JHU             98
8.    Brett Koll (2005-08)               38       Tim Price (1996)                  21   6. Geoff Snider      4       Butler           06
9.    Erik Swanson (2002-05)             36       Charley Dickenson (2008)          21      Charley Dickenson 4       Bellarmine       08
10.   Tim Price (1995-98)                35   9. Ryan Zordani (2006)                20   7. 16 with           3       Various
                                              10. Mike Law (2000)                   19

                   POINTS                                                                                     POINTS
Player                              Points                       POINTS                  Player                Points Opp.          Year
1.  Todd Dickson (1990-93)              199   Player                           Points    1. Chris Scarlett       10   Colorado         70
2.  Darrin Tinger (1993-96)             185   1.    Todd Dickson (1993)             75      Mike Law             10   C.C.             98
3.  Mike Law (1998-01)                  174   2.    Todd Dickson (1992)             66   3. Todd Dickson          9   Regis            93
4.  Daren Dickson (1990-93)             148   3.    Darrin Tinger (1996)            64      Steve Vanelli        9    Colo. Mines      93
5.  Geoff Bieging (1997-00)             139   4.    Tug Howe (1970)                 63      Darrin Tinger        9    Regis            96
6.  Matt Brown (2002-05)                137   5.    Geoff Bieging (1998)            57      Geoff Bieging        9    Mt. St. Mary’s   98
7.  Ryan Zordani (2004-07)               98   6.    Jamie Lincoln (2008)            52   8. Joey Murray          8    Villanova        07
8.  Mike Kenlay (2000-03)                87   6.    Mike Law (2000)                 51   9. Ryan Zordani         7    Drexel           06
    Scott Davidson (2002-05)             87   7.    Mike Law (2001)                 49      Matt Brown           7    Sacared Heart    05
10. Chad Wittman (2000-02)               83   8.    Joey Murray (2007)              43      Greg Weigel          7    Fairfield        04
                                              9.    Matt Brown (2005)               42      Jamie Lincoln        7    Quinnipiac       08
                                              10.   Matt Brown (2002)               40
                    SAVES
                                                                                                               SAVES
Player                               Saves                        SAVES                  Player                 Saves Opp.          Year
1.    Tim Welch (1990-93)               620   Player                            Saves    1.    Tim Welch         30   C.C.             93
2.    Justin Kelly (1994-96)            605   1.    Justin Kelly (1996)            284   2.    Tim Welch         29   Whittier         92
3.    Kent Martino (1986-89)            492   2.    Tim Welch (1992)               218   3.    Justin Kelly      28   BYU              96
4.    Brian Berger (1198-01)            420   3.    Tim Welch (1993)               215   4.    Justin Kelly      27   C.C.             96
5.    Jeb Hollingsworth (2004-07)       342   4.    Kent Martino (1987)            208   5.    Tim Welch         26   Notre Dame       92
6.    Jeff Nunziato (2000-03)           339   5.    Tim Welch (1990)               187        Justin Kelly       26   BYU              96
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7.    Brian Sanders (2002-05)           287   6.    Brian Sanders (2004)           174
8.    Austin Konkel (2006-2008)         203   7.    Jeff Nunziato (2003)           165
                                              8.    Jeb Hollingsworth (2007)       146
                                              9.    Austin Konkel (2008)           138
                                              10.   Brian Berger (2001)            137




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                        Opponent                                   W            L          T                Opponent                                  W         L         T
                        Air Force *                                15           26         0                Manhattan                                 3         0         0
                        Alfred                                     0            1          0                Maryland                                  0         4         0
                        Arizona State                              1            0          0                Maryland-Baltimore County                 1         2         0
                        Army                                       0            2          0                Michigan State                            0         2         0
                        Babson                                     0            1          0                Mount St. Mary’s                          2         0         0
                        Bellarmine *                               3            0          0                New York Tech                             0         1         0
                        Bowdoin                                    0            2          0                North Carolina                            1         7         0
                        Brigham Young                              6            0          0                Northern Colorado                         2         0         0
                        Brown                                      2            1          0                Northwood Institute                       1         0         0
                        Bucknell                                   1            1          0                Notre Dame *                              4         9         0
                        Butler                                     7            4          0                Ohio State *                              4         11        0
                        C.W. Post                                  0            1          0                Ohio Wesleyan                             0         1         0
                        Cal Davis                                  1            0          0                Penn State                                2         1         0
                        California                                 1            0          0                Penn                                      3         0         0
                        Cal-Santa Barbara                          1            0          0                Presbyterian                              1         0         0
                        Chapman                                    0            1          0                Providence                                3         0         0
                        Colby                                      1            0          0                Quinnipiac *                              4         1         0
                        Colgate                                    2            1          0                Radford                                   2         0         0
                        Colorado College                           19           22         1                Regis                                     10        0         0
                        Colorado Lacrosse Club                     2            1          0                Rutgers                                   0         1         0
                        Colo. School of Mines                      18           5          0                Sacred Heart                              3         0         0
                        Colorado State                             19           6          0                San Francisco Lax Club                    1         0         0
                        Colorado                                   13           14         0                Shots Lacrosse Club                       0         1         0
                        Connecticut                                0            1          0                Sienna College                            1         0         0
                        Cornell                                    0            1          0                Stanford                                  2         1         0
                        Dartmouth                                  0            3          0                Stickers Lacrosse Club                    2         3         0
                        Delaware                                   0            2          0                Stony Brook                               1         5         0
                        Denver Lacrosse Club                       8            4          0                STX Lacrosse Club                         1         0         0
                        Drexel                                     1            0          0                Syracuse                                  0         1         0
                        Duke                                       0            3          0                Towson                                    0         3         0
                        Fairfield                                  2            3          0                Tufts                                     1         1         0
                        Farleigh Dickson                           1            0          0                Utah                                      2         0         0
                        Gannon                                     1            0          0                Vermont                                   3         1         0
                        Hartford                                   1            0          0                Villanova                                 3         3         0
                        Haverford                                  1            0          0                Virginia                                  1         4         0
                        Harvard                                    2            2          0                Virginia Military Institute               0         1         0
                        Holy Cross                                 1            0          0                Wagner                                    1         0         0
                        Hobart                                     1            0          0                Wesleyan                                  0         1         0
                        Johns Hopkins                              0            1          0                Whittier (Calif.)                         0         3         0
                        Lafayette                                  1            0          0                Yale                                      0         1         0
                        Lake Forest                                0            1          0                Totals                                    198       178       1
                        Lehigh                                     1            0          0                2009 Opponents in Bold
                                                                                                            *Denotes GWLL Opponent


                                       Most                                       Least                                Longest                              Best/Worst
                        Most   points - game 41 vs. Regis    ‘93   Least   points - season 137        ‘86   Longest win streak- 8               ‘69   Best season record 8-1-1      ‘68
                        Most   goals - game 27 vs. Regis     ‘93   Least   goals - season 93          ‘86   Longest losing streak- 19      ‘84-85     Best home record 7-1     ‘05, ‘08
                        Most   assists - game 16 vs. Mines   ‘93   Least   assists - season 44        ‘86   Longest home win streak- 6                Best road record 5-1          ‘87
                        Most   points - season 372           ‘94   Least   opp. points - season 105   ‘95                          ‘96-’97, ‘05,‘08   Most wins (season) 12         ‘06
                        Most   goals - season 209            ‘93   Least   opp. goals - season 79     ‘86   Longest home loss streak-11 ’84-86        Worst season record 1-14      ‘84
                        Most   assists - season 129          ‘93   Least   opp. assists - season 76   ‘04   Longest road win streak- 7 ‘87-88         Worst home record 0-8         ‘84
Me n ’ s L a cr o sse




                        Most   opp. points - season 375      ‘92   Least   saves - season 123         ‘99   Longest road loss streak- 10 ‘84-85       Worst road record 0-5         ‘85
                        Most   opp. goals - season 257       ‘84                                                                                      Fewest wins (season) 1        ‘84
                        Most   opp. assists - season 126     ‘92
                        Most   saves - season 329            ‘96




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                                                                   yEaR- By -y Ea R RE suLts
1966 (4-6-0)                                1985 (2-10-0)                                      at Colo. School of Mines                 W 25-12
Air Force                        W 9-2      Shots Lacrosse Club                      L 4-15    Stony Brook                                 L 5-18
Colorado College                  L 8-14    at Colo. School of Mines                L 10-14    at Colorado State                        W 14-13
Notre Dame                        L 5-11    Denver Lacrosse Club                     L 9-15    Air Force                                 L 13-17
Air Force                         L 5-10    at Colorado State                        L 6-12    Colorado School of Mines !                W 21-3
Colorado State                   W 13-5     Stickers Lacrosse Club                    L 3-9    at Colorado #                             L 15-16
Colorado                          L 14-4    at Air Force                             L 0-14    ! - RMILL Quarterfinals # - RMILL Semifinals
Colorado State                   W 10-7     Colorado College                        L 10-13
Denver Lacrosse Club             W 7-6      Colorado Lacrosse Club                  W 17-5     1992 (3-11-0) Coach: Judd Donnelly
Air Force                         L 7-12    at Colorado College                      L 4-14    M7 at Colorado                       L 3-17
Denver Lacrosse Club              L 4-10    at Colorado                             L 10-13    M21 Brigham Young                  W 15-12
                                            Colorado State                          W 11-9     M23 Cal-Santa Barbara              W 11-10
1967 (5-4-0)                                Air Force                                L 6-16    M25 Colo. School of Mines          W 13-12
Utah W 16-8                                                                                    M28 Dartmouth                        L 6-19
Air Force                         L 7-13    1986 (6-8-0)                                       A1 Colorado State                    L 8-13
Colorado College                 L 11-13    Colorado School of Mines               L 10-15     A5 Michigan State                    L 7-21
Colorado State                  W 15-12     Northern Colorado                     W 15-4       A8 at Air Force                     L 10-25
Denver Lacrosse Club            W 15-1      at Northern Colorado                  W 14-13      A12 Bucknell                         L 9-26
Colorado College                 L 11-17    at Colorado College                      L 6-7     A15 Whittier (Calif.)               L 12-16
Colorado                        W 13-8      at Colo. School of Mines                L 9-15     A20 Notre Dame                       L 4-25
Air Force                         L 9-10    Colorado College                        W 8-6      A23 at Colorado College              L 9-15
Denver Lacrosse Club            W 10-3      Stickers Lacrosse Club                W 11-10      A26 Colorado State                   L 8-14
                                            Colorado State                           L 5-8     A28 at Colorado !                   L 10-12
1968 (8-1-1)                                at Colorado                             L 4-10     ! - RMILL Quarterfinals
Colorado                        W 12-5      Colorado                                 L 6-8
Colorado College                W 12-6      at Colorado State                       W 8-5      1993 (9-7-0) Coach: Judd Donnelly
California                      W 14-5      Stickers Lacrosse Club                   L 4-9     F27 at Colo. School of Mines             W 23-13
Stanford                     L 5-7 (OT)     Colorado Lacrosse Club                W 22-9       M3 Colorado                           L 8-9 (OT)
Colorado College             T 8-8 (OT)     at Air Force                            L 8-15     M11 Alfred                                  L 9-20
Denver Lacrosse Club             W 9-8                                                         M17 at Ohio State                            L 7-9
Colorado                        W 16-4      1987 (10-4-0)                                      M18 at Ohio Wesleyan                        L 4-22
Colorado State                  W 14-4      M4 Colorado State                      W 11-6      M19 at Northwood Institute                W 13-1
Air Force                   W 10-9 (OT)     M9 Colorado College              W 1-0 (forfeit)   M21 at Butler                               L 8-16
Denver Lacrosse Club            W 15-7      M12 Stony Brook                          L 8-12    M27 Colo. School of Mines                 W 20-7
                                            M15 at Air Force                         L 6-12    M31 Colorado College                        L 8-10
1969 (8-3-0)                                M21 at Arizona State                   W 14-9      A3 at Colorado State                     W 14-11
Air Force                         L 4-14    A5 at Colorado                        W 11-10      A10 at Regis                              W 27-1
Notre Dame                   W 7-6 (OT)     A8 Colo. School of Mines               W 21-8      A17 at Colorado College                   W 11-8
Colorado College                 W 8-7      A11 at Colorado College                W 11-4      A24 Air Force                            W 12-11
Colorado                         W 8-3      A16 at Colo. School of Mines          W 16-12      A27 Regis !                               W 26-1
Denver Lacrosse Club         W 6-5 (OT)     A18 at Colorado State                  W 19-6      A29 Colorado College #                    W 10-8
Colorado College                W 11-6      A22 Stickers Lacrosse Club             W 13-7      M1 at Colorado $                            L 9-13
Colorado State                  W 15-9      A25 Colorado                             L 4-11    ! - RMILL Quarterfinals # - RMILL Semifinals
Stanford                        W 12-4      A29 STX Lacrosse Club                    W 9-7     $ - RMILL Championship
Colorado                        W 16-1      M2 Air Force                             L 8-12
Air Force                         L 6-14                                                       1994 (6-8) Coach: Judd Donnelly
Denver Lacrosse Club               L 6-8    1988 (6-4-0)                                       F26 at Colorado College                     L 5-11
                                            F27 Colo. School of Mines             W 12-8       M2 Colo. School of Mines                  W 17-7
1970 (10-2-0)                               M5 at Colorado State                  W 17-5       M5 at Colorado                              L 8-16
at San Francisco LAX Club        W 15-3     M9 Virginia Military Institute         L 10-13     M13 Wesleyan                                L 6-14
at Stanford                      W 10-6     M25 at Brigham Young                  W 10-7       M20 at C.W. Post                             L 5-9
at Utah                          W 16-0     M30 Air Force                          L 10-16     M26 Colorado State                        W 5-13
Air Force                   L 10-11 (OT)    A9 at Air Force                         L 9-26     A2 at Brigham Young                W 1-0 (forfeit)
Colorado                         W 22-2     A13 Colorado College                    L 6-16     A9 at Colo. School of Mines               W 16-4
Colorado State                   W 17-6     A16 Colorado State                    W 17-8       A11 at Air Force                            L 2-19
at Colorado College              W 14-8     A20 at Colorado                       W 15-5       A16 at Regis                              W 26-5
Denver Lacrosse Club             W 15-4     A23 at Colo. School of Mines          W 13-12      A21 Colorado College                         L 7-8
Colorado College                 W 21-3                                                        A23 Colo. School of Mines !               W 20-8
at Colorado State                W 13-6     1989 No results available                          A29 at Colorado #                         W 11-9
at Denver Lacrosse Club          W 15-7                                                        M2 Colorado College $                       L 6-13
at Air Force                      L 12-13   1990 (5-6-0) Coach: Jon Bock                       ! - RMILL Quarterfinals # - RMILL Semifinals
                                            F24 at Colo. School of Mines          W 13-3       $ - RMILL Championship
1984 (1-14-0)                               M10 at Colorado                       W 14-10
Colorado School of Mines          L 9-24    M28 Colorado College                    L 8-13     1995 (8-5) Coach: David Croft
at Babson                        L 11-14    M31 Colo. School of Mines             W 15-7       F22 New York Tech                        L 4-16
at Fairleigh Dickinson           W 15-4     A4 at Air Force                       W 11-10      M21 at Brigham Young                    W 11-7
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at Lake Forest                    L 6-11    A7 at Colorado College                 L 11-12     M23 Bowdoin                              L 5-18
Colorado Lacrosse Club           L 11-15    A9 Whittier (Calif.)                   L 10-15     M25 at Colorado State                   W 11-4
at Air Force                      L 8-16    A15 Michigan State                      L 6-12     M28 Colby                               W 12-8
Colorado State                   L 12-19    A25 Air Force                          L 10-11     M29 at Regis                            W 20-5
Colorado College                  L 4-19    A28 Colorado                          W 19-9       M30 Cal-Davis                           W 17-7
at Colorado                       L 8-18    M2 Air Force                           L 12-17     A5 at Colorado College                  L 10-12
Air Force                         L 3-28                                                       A7 Colorado                             W 11-1
Colorado                          L 9-13    1991 (6-5-0) Coach: Jon Bock                       A10 at Colo. School of Mines            W 16-6
at Colo. School of Mines         L 10-21    Colorado                                L 6-13     A12 Chapman                               L 2-5
at Colorado State                 L 8-15    at Air Force                          W 10-9       A26 Colorado State #                    W 13-6
Stickers Lacrosse Club            L 8-15    Bowdoin                                L 11-18     A29 at Colorado College $                L 7-10
Denver Lacrosse Club             L 12-25    Colorado School of Mines              W 22-4       # - RMILL Semifinals $ - RMILL Championship
                                            at Colorado College                   W 14-10
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                        1996 (9-6) Coach: Brion Salazar                      A23 at Butler *                        W 8-7     M19 Villanova                           W 9-4
                        F28 at Air Force                            L 5-22   M6 at Air Force *                      W 12-4    M26 at Sacred Heart                    W 19-7
                        M2 Colo. School of Mines                  W 16-7     * - GWLL Game                                    A2 Harvard                              W 9-8
                        M6 at Colorado                            W 13-8                                                      A7 at Notre Dame #                      W 9-6
                        M9 at Colo. School of Mines              W 15-10     2001 (6-7/3-2 GWLL) Coach: Jamie Munro           A16 at Yale                        L 9-10 (OT)
                        M16 Connecticut                             L 7-18   F24 Lehigh ^                      W 14-12        A17 at Virginia                           L 6-9
                        M21 Tufts                                    L 1-9   F25 Maryland ^                      L 7-10       A22 Ohio State #                       W 13-8
                        M27 at Regis                              W 21-4     M3 at Brown                         L 4-16       A24 Butler #                           W 17-7
                        M30 Colorado College                        L 8-17   M18 at Virginia                     L 5-15       A30 Air Force #                   W 10-9 (OT)
                        A3 Colorado State                         W 10-9     M21 vs. Vermont                   W 12-11        M7 at Fairfield #                         L 8-9
                        A6 Brigham Young                         W 15-13     M26 Colorado College               W 12-1        # - GWLL Game ^ - Faceoff Classic
                        A10 Regis                                 W 19-7     A1 Dartmouth                         L 6-7
                        A17 at Colorado College                     L 5-12   A7 at Notre Dame *                  L 6-16       2006(12-5/5-0 GWLL) Coach: Jamie Munro
                        A20 Regis !                               W 17-6     A20 Ohio State *                   W 13-7        Date Opponent                         Result
                        A24 Brigham Young #                       W 11-9     A27 Butler *                       W 10-9        F20 at Virginia                      L, 7-13
                        A27 at Colorado College $                   L 9-15   M2 Air Force *                     W 11-6        F25 Manhattan ^                     W, 19-2
                        ! - RMILL Quarterfinals # - RMILL Semifinals         M4 at Villanova                      L 4-9       F26 North Carolina ^                W, 11-8
                        $ - RMILL Championship                               M5 at Fairfield *                  L 11-13       M5 Colgate                          W, 14-5
                                                                             * - GWLL Game ^ - Faceoff Classic                M11 Sacred Heart                    W, 10-6
                        1997 (4-6) Coach: Brion Salazar                                                                       M20 Drexel                          W, 14-11
                        F28 at Whittier (Calif.)                  L 12-13    2002 (7-8/1-4 GWLL) Coach: Jamie Munro           M25 at UMBC                          L, 8-12
                        M9 Haverford                             W 13-8      F16 Air Force (exh)                   W 18-7     A1 at Harvard                          L, 7-8
                        M21 Colgate &                              L 5-15    F24 vs. Mount Saint Mary’s %          W 12-4     A3 at Stony Brook                      L, 6-9
                        M29 Colorado College                        L 5-8    M2 at Army                            L 11-12    A7 Bellarmine                        W,13-5
                        A3 Regis                                 W 17-1      M4 Holy Cross                         W 19-4     A9 Quinnipiac #                     W, 17-8
                        A6 Ohio State                             L 10-17    M9 Providence ^                       W 15-3     A14 Notre Dame #                     W, 8-5
                        A13 Butler                                 L 2-15    M10 Syracuse ^                        L 10-13    A16 Bucknell                        W, 11-8
                        A19 at Regis                             W 21-1      M17 at North Carolina                    L 8-9   A21 at Ohio State #                 W, 13-9
                        A28 at Colorado College                  W 13-12     M21 vs. Vermont                       W 12-7     A23 at Butler #                     W, 11-5
                        M3 Air Force %                             L 4-12    M30 Notre Dame *                        L 8-15   A29 at Air Force #                   W, 7-3
                        & - at Air Force Academy, Colo.                      A5 Fairfield *                        L 11-12    M7 at Duke                        CANCELED
                        % - at Kent H.S., Denver, Colo.                      A12 Colorado College                  W 19-5     M13 vs. Maryland $                   L, 8-16
                                                                             A19 at Ohio State *                      L 4-8   # - GWLL Game ^ - Faceoff Classic
                        1998 (4-8/0-4 GWLL) Coach: Brion Salazar             A21 at Butler *                   W 9-8 (OT)     $ - NCAA Tournament
                        M1 at Mount St. Mary’s                 W 15-9        A27 at Delaware                    L 8-9 (OT)
                        M4 at Johns Hopkins                      L 8-19      M4 Air Force *                           L 5-6   2007(9-7/3-2 GWLL) Coach: Jamie Munro
                        M8 Notre Dame &*                         L 7-12      * - GWLL Game ^ - Faceoff Classic                Date Opponent                             Result
                        M18 Stony Brook $                         L 4-8      % - at USAFA                                     F17 at Penn State                      W, 10-5
                        M21 Tufts $                            W 20-4                                                         F24 at North Carolina                    L, 8-11
                        M28 Colorado College                   W 18-6        2003 (9-5/4-1 GWLL) Coach: Jamie Munro           F25 at Duke                              L, 9-13
                        A9 Villanova                           L 11-19       F14 Quinnipiac                     W 11-6        M3 Villanova ^                   W, 12-11 2OT
                        A12 at Colorado College                L 10-11       F22 Manhattan ^                    W 14-5        M4 UMBC ^                              W, 13-8
                        A18 Regis                        W 1-0 (forfeit)     F23 Duke ^                          L 8-11       M10 Stony Brook                          L, 8-11
                        A24 at Ohio State *                      L 5-15      M1 at Army                         L 10-12       M13 Hartford                           W, 16-4
                        A26 at Butler *                          L 7-14      M3 Siena                          W 23-10        M17 Vermont                               L, 8-9
                        M2 at Air Force *                      L 13-14       M15 at North Carolina               L 6-10       M24 at Quinnipiac #                    W, 10-9
                        & - at Air Force Academy, Colo.                      M30 at Notre Dame*                   L 8-9       M31 Harvard                               L, 4-6
                        $ - at South H.S., Denver, Colo.                     A4 Colorado College                W 15-2        A4 at Providence                       W, 10-7
                        * - GWLL Game                                        A12 Hobart                         W 15-8        A13 at Bellarmine #                      W, 9-7
                                                                             A18 Butler*                        W 12-7        A15 at Notre Dame #                      L, 6-14
                        1999 (4-8/1-3 GWLL) Coach: Jamie Munro               A20 Ohio State*                     W 7-6        A22 Ohio State #                    L, 9-10 OT
                        F25 at Maryland                     L 5-13           A26 at Fairfield*                  W 16-9        A28 Air Force #                        W, 11-9
                        F28 at Villanova                     L 7-8           A28 at Virginia                     L 3-12       M5 at Pennsylvania                       W, 8-5
                        M5 at Notre Dame *                  L 9-17           M3 Air Force*                       W 9-5        # - GWLL Game ^ - Faceoff Classic
                        M14 North Carolina                   L 4-7           * - GWLL Game ^ - Faceoff Classic
                        M20 at Rutgers                      L 4-17                                                            2008(10-7/4-1 GWLL) Coach: Jamie Munro
                        M24 at Radford                      W 8-7            2004 (8-6/3-2 GWLL) Coach: Jamie Munro           Date Opponent                            Result
                        M27 at Quinnipiac                   L 8-10           F28 Vermont ^                        W 15-3      F16 Colgate                           W, 15-5
                        A4 Gannon                           W 9-4            F29 Virginia ^                        W 9-7      F23 North Carolina                       L, 6-5
                        A10 at Colorado College             W 7-4            M6 at Sacred Heart                   W 12-6      M1 at UMBC                               L, 9-6
                        A16 Butler *                       L 13-21           M9 North Carolina                      L 6-11    M2 at Towson                            L, 10-9
                        A26 Ohio State *                     L 5-7           M21 Penn State                       L 10-11     M8 Brown ^                            W, 11-8
                        M1 Air Force *                     W 12-5            M26 Colorado College                 W 18-3      M9 Penn ^                         W, 12-11 OT
                        * - GWLL Game                                        A3 Harvard                           W 10-7      M18 vs. Cornell                         L, 20-7
                                                                             A8 Fairfield*                         W16-9      M22 at Stony Brook                   W, 14-13
                        2000 (10-4/2-2 GWLL) Coach: Jamie Munro              A11 Notre Dame #                     L 12-14     M24 Presbyterian                      W, 19-5
                        F20 Colorado College               W 21-5            A17 at Air Force #                    W 7-6      M29 Harvard                       W, 10-9 OT
Me n ’ s L a cr o sse




                        F27 at Villanova                   W 13-7            A23 at Butler #                      W 16-5      A5 at Notre Dame #                      W, 9-8
                        M4 Brown                            W 6-4            A25 at Ohio State #               L 8-9 (OT)     A11 Quinnipiac #                      W, 14-8
                        M8 Penn State                       W 8-5            M1 at Delaware                         L 9-15    A13 Bellarmine #                     W, 14-12
                        M11 Notre Dame *                    L 8-12           M4 at Duke                             L 9-10    A19 at Ohio State #                   L, 20-13
                        M19 at Towson                       L 9-16           # - GWLL Game ^ - Faceoff Classic                A26 at Air Force #                    W, 14-1
                        M22 at Wagner                      W 24-1                                                             M2 vs. Ohio State %                     L, 15-8
                        M 25 at Providence                  W 8-7            2005(9-5/4-1 GWLL) Coach: Jamie Munro            M10 at Maryland $                       L, 10-7
                        A2 at Dartmouth                     L 8-10           F26 at North Carolina             L 12-18        # - GWLL Game ^ - Faceoff Classic
                        A7 Manhattan                       W 15-6            M5 Lafayette ^                    W 20-3         % - GWLL Tournament $ - NCAA Tournament
                        A15 Radford                       W 15-10            M6 Towson ^                        L 8-10
                        A21 at Ohio State *                  L 8-9           M13 Penn                           W 7-6

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                                                a LL -t iME L Ett ER wiNNER s
-A-                                   Coggeshall, Dave             1969    Garrett, Gary                  1969
Abbey, Chad                   1992    Cole, Ben               2006-2007    Gianneschi, Matt            1993-96
Aesachliman, Ryan             2000    Colter, Brad                 1998    Ginnett, Brad                  2000
Andree, Bob                   1969    Conaty, Adam              1999-00    Glascock, Miles             1984-86
Alberts, James                1986    Corbett, Dan                 1985    Goodman, Steve                 1984
Alexander, Tom             1985-86    Corbin, John              2002-04    Goodwin, Adam               2003-06
Allen, Jake             1994-95, 97   Corson, David                1984    Goodwin, Ethan              2002-03
Anderson, Christian        2002-05    Covey, Eric                  2006    Goltra, Michael           2005-2007
Anderson, Mike        2008-present    Cox, Colby                1998-01    Gottlieb, Aaron             1993-95
Anderson, Rolly               1969    Crowley, Kenny            2000-01    Gorden, Glenn               2000-01
Apostolakes, Nick             1984    Culnen, Mike           1993-94, 96   Graham, Kevin                  1995
Archambault, Joe           2001-04    Cvancara, Brian           1998-99    Grahame, Ron                1970-71
Arnold, Eric               1987-90                                         Gray, Edward                   1984
Austin, Mark               1969-71
                                      -D-
                                      D’Aprix, Doug                 1971   -H-
-B-                                   Dawson, Will           1998-99, 01   Hadden, Mike                2001-02
Barcus, Brandon          2004-2007    Davidson, Scott            2002-05   Hagevick, Eric              1992-94
Bates, Jon                 1992-93    Davis, Henry                  1984   Hahn, David               2004-2007
Battaglia, Mike               1987    Davis, Rusty              1985- 87   Hale, James                 1986-87
Baylis, Ted                1969-70    Brendan Deblois      2008-present    Hamill, Joe               2005-2007
Berger, Brian              1998-01    DeFord, Will                  1990   Hanifan, Doug                   1984
Berglund, Glenn            2000-03    Denozio, Mark                 1986   Hanlon, Greer               2002-05
Berkowitz, Mike               1999    Despard, Zeth              1970-71   Harmon, Todd                1984-86
Bermingham, Scott          1993-96    Dickenson, Charley   2007-present    Hein, George                    2003
Bernstein, Aaron              1984    Dickenson, John      2007-present    Hennessy, Sean              1992-95
Bessiere, Jaques           1985-86    Dickson, Daren             1990-93   Hergott, Zach               1998-99
Bieging, Geoff             1997-00    Dickson, Todd              1990-93   Higgins, Leigh                  1986
Biggs, Jeff                2001-04    DiFrancesco, Joe           1987-90   Hines, George                   2001
Birnbaum, Jeff                1995    Donovan, Scott             1992-93   Hirsch, Doug                1969-70
Bishop, George             2001-02    Dougherty, Ben             2002-05   Hobbins, Bill               1997-00
Blair, Chris                  1990    Drexler, Alex        2008-present    Hogan, Craig                1997-00
Blair, Paul                1997-00    Driver, Ryan         2008-present    Hogan, Sean                 1990-92
Boginski, Andrew              1993    Driscoll, Brian               1998   Hollingsworth, Jeb        2004-2007
Bolster, Eric                 1992                                         Hood, Dallas                    2001
Bonville, Mike                1997                                         Hornback, Pat             1992, 1995
Borneman, Pete             1970-71
                                      -E-                                  Houghton, Jacob                 2007
                                      Eibl, Mark                1984, 85   Houghton, Jared                 2007
Bourke, Andrew           2006-2008
                                      Eichler, Emerson     2008-present    Houseal, Pat                2001-02
Bowie, Robert                 1985
                                      Emmons, Dick              1969, 70   Hovey, Charlie                  1969
Bracken, Mike                 1985
                                      Ethington, Tom          1999-2002    Howe, Tug                   1969-70
Brady, Kenneth             1994-95
                                      Evans, Blake              2002-05    Huelskoetter, Andrew        2001-04
Branisch, Mark             1994-95
                                      Evans, Spencer            2004-06    Huber, Tim                  1984-85
Branisch, Scott            1994-95
Brennerman, Brian             1999                                         Hummell, C.J.                   1992
Bridges, Jamie                1985    -F-                                  Humphreys, Carter               1995
Briscoe, Phil                 1970    Fankhouser, Todd          1984-85
Bro, Per                      1970    Fanning, Ryan                 2008   -J-
Broten, Nate               1993-96    Farber, Andrew                1998   Jackson, Deke          2007-present
Brown, Jeff           2008-present    Farrell, Devin            2000-01    Johnson, Brandon            1995-96
Brown, Matt                2002-05    Feder, Scott              1984-85    Johnson, Neil               2001-03
Brownson, Lee                 1969    Fenner, Karl                  1985   Jones, Nate                 2001-04
Brueckner, Drew            1987-88    Ferreri, Kris             1997-00    Joyce, Kevin                   1995
Burke, John                   1997    Fiorentino, Joe               1969
Byrne, Kevin                  1987    Flaherty, Joe             1984-86    -K-
                                      Flaherty, Matt            1985-86    Kaltsas, Chris                 1971
                                                                                                                  Men’s lacrosse




                                      Fleenor, Rick                 2001
-C-                                   Foa, Jason                1993-95
                                                                           Kauffman, Nick              1988-90
Carter, Bill                  1969                                         Kearns, Charlie             1969-70
                                      Foster, Ethan                 1999   Kelly, Justin               1994-96
Catlin, Mark                  1969
                                      Fox, Rob                1992, 1994   Kemp, Vince                    2008
Chandler, Jim              1997-98
                                      Frazier, Doug                 1986   Kenlay, Mike                2000-03
Chappell, Dave                1971
                                      Fredrick, Matt            1995-96    Kerr, Cameron          2007-current
Christiansen, Kevin           1998
                                      French, Craig                 2001   Knisely, Bob                   1998
Chute, Duke                1969-71
Clark, Bill                   1971                                         Knuff, Will                    1986
Clark, Greg                   1984    -G-                                  Kolb, Randy                    1971
Clarke, Steve                 1970    Ilija Gajic          2007-present    Koll, Brett                 2005-08

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                        Koll, Derrick                2000                                               Smith, Reed                    2005
                        Konkel, Austin       2006-present      -O-                                      Snider, Geoff               2003-06
                        Kromer, Neil              1994-96      O’Brien, Kevin                   2000    Stanton, Alex               2000-01
                        Kuhn, Harris                 1971      Olson Jr, Sandon            2004-2007    Starrett, Robert               1984
                                                               Orlando, Craig                1986-89    Stifel, Adam                2000-02
                        -L-                                    Orne, Neil                    1985-88    Stone, Jud                  2000-01
                        Ladd, Kevin                   1984     Owens, Mike                      1969    Stone, Steve                   1997
                        Large, J. Brent               1997                                              Straight, Dustin               2001
                        Law, Mike                 1998-01                                               Sullivan, Bart              2003-06
                        Lay, Andrew          2008-present      -P-                                      Sutherland, Toby            1988-90
                        Leggett, Tim                  1971     Palmer, Dustin                   2008    Sutphen, Tom                1969-71
                        Lesko, Adam               1993-96      Park, James                   1997, 99   Swain, Adam                 2003-06
                        Less, Chuck                   1990     Pastor, Craig                    2002    Swanson, Erik               2002-05
                        Lewis, Winslow            1998-01      Patterson, Brad             2004-2007
                        Lim, George            1985, 87-88     Paulson, Jon                2006-2008
                                                               Peters, Darick                   1985    -T-
                        Lincoln, Jamie       2008-present                                               Taylor, Jerry                  1992
                        Lipscomb, McAdory         2000-01      Pettinger, Bill               1969-70
                                                               Petrucci, Mike                2000-03    Taylor, Travis              1998-01
                        Lowe, Jack                1997-98                                               Templeton, Evan                1998
                        Lowell, Bill              1969-71      Piazza, Matt                     1994
                                                               Pierce, Ben                      1992    Tenney, Duncan                 1971
                        Lowell, Peter        2008-present                                               Tenney, Tim                 1970-71
                        Luckinbill, Mark          1988-91      Pierce, Jason                 1993, 94
                                                               Pierce, Matt                     1997    Tessier, Eric               2000-01
                        Luttrell, Greg                1996                                              Tinger, Darrin              1993-96
                                                               Platt, Taylor                    2008
                                                               Polous, Paul                     1969    Tom, Doug                      1998
                        -M-                                    Price, Marty                  1987-88    Tone, Anson                    1984
                        MacDonald, Jamie      2008-present     Price, Tim                 1995-96, 98   Tremaine, Hunter               1997
                        MacDonnell, Andrew          2003-06    Pryor, Marty                     1969    Tschopp, Andy               1985-88
                        Manfuso, Bob                    1984                                            Turco, Ross                    1999
                        Margolis, Brian             1988-90                                             Tyrie, Peyton          2007-present
                        Marshall, Ryan              2001-02    -R-
                        Martino, Craig              1986-89    Reid, Curtis                  1996-97    -U-
                        Martino, Kent               1985-88    Rentz, George                    1971    Urgo, Sean                  1997-98
                        McClure, John               1985-88    Repko, Andrew “Boomer”        2006-07
                        McCrea, Dave                    1992   Richardson, Brad         2006-present
                        McCuiston, Andrew           2003-06    Rinsky, Greg                  1997-98    -V-
                        McDonagh, Sean              2002-04    Robinson, Chris                  1971    Vanelli, Steve              1991, 94
                        McIntyre, Terry                 1987   Roy, Dillon              2007-present    Vann, Cory                  2001-04
                        McKinney, Billy      2002, 03, 05-06   Ruport, Todd                  2005-06    Viergeuer, Bruce               1987
                        McLeod, James                   1987   Ryder, Ty                     1970-71
                        McMoran, Brendan            2000-02                                             -W-
                        McNichols, Tom                  1971   -S-                                      Wagner, Erich               1992-93
                        Mellinger, Gregg        1997, 99-00    Salafie, Tim                     1986    Wahler, Ben            2008-present
                        Metz, Pete                  1989-92    Sanders, Brian                2002-05    Walker, Hunt                   1969
                        Miles, Garth                1998-00    Sanders, John                 2000-03    Wallack, Russell            1990-91
                        Miller, Adam                2003-06    Sanders, Payton          2007-present    Walsh, Ryan                    2004
                        Millice, Clayton         2006-2007     Sanford, Dick                    1971    Wardell, Erik               2005-07
                        Moore, Mike                 1970-71    Sasaki-Scanlon, D.            2002-05    Webbe, Alex                    1970
                        Morgan, Gavin                   1999   Saville, John                    1969    Weigel, Greg                2003-04
                        Mullen, Ben              2004-2007     Scavone, Robert               1984-86    Weily, Reed                 1997-98
                        Mulvey, AJ                      2001   Scarlett, Chris               1970-71    Welch, Tim                  1990-93
                        Murray, Joey          2006-present     Scher, Jon                       1998    Wenz, Alex                     1984
                        Murphy, Adam                    1987   Schaeffler, Cory         2006-present    Widerstedt, Kyle       2006-present
                                                               Schlemann, Eric               1995-97    Will, Ricky                 2005-07
                        -N-                                    Schutz, Bob                      1997    Williamson, Mark            1987-88
                        Navarro, Carlos               2008     Senn, Charlie                    2006    Wittman, Chad               2000-02
Me n ’ s L a cr o sse




                        Nelson, Josh                  1990     Shaughnessy, Ryan           2004-2007    Woodard, Clark                 2000
                        Nelson, Slade                 2000     Shepard, Rory               2005-2007    Woodard, Lon                   1990
                        Newquist, Dave                1997     Shepard, Shea                    2007    Wrenn, Ted                     1971
                        Newton, Frank                 1985     Sherman, Drew               2004-2007    Wright, Andrew              1985-88
                        Nickell, Dan             2005-2007     Sidor, Jeff                   1998-00
                        Nishimura, Taka               1998     Simonetti, Steve         2008-present
                                                               Singmaster, Curtis               1998    -Z-
                        Northrop, George              1969                                              Zalinger, Chris             1993-95
                        Nowak, Matt                1987-90     Smith, Bob                    1984-86
                                                               Smith, Brent                     1971    Zeuberbuheler, Chris        1984-86
                        Nunziato, Jeff             2000-03                                              Ziskin, Josh                1990-92
                        Nyman, Corey               1996-99     Smith, Cliff             2008-present
                                                                                                        Zordani, Ryan              2004-07
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