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  • 1. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2011 Media Guide Clockwise: Peter Foley, Ryan Grodzki, Cole Hawthorne, Jake McDonald
  • 2. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club Table oF ConTenTs/MeDia inFoRMaTion ConTenTs MeDia ouTleTs Table of Contents/Media Information ........................................ 1 Print Fax This is Hampden-Sydney ..............................................................2 Virginia AP .............................................................(804) 643-6223 Administration ................................................................3 Richmond Times-Dispatch.................................... (800) 775-8085 Athletic Department Staff ............................................. 4 Farmville Herald .................................................... (434) 392-3366 Our Campus .....................................................................5 Lynchburg News & Advance .................................(434) 385-5538 Lewis C. Everett Stadium ............................................... 6 Virginian Pilot........................................................ (757) 533-9004 Kirk Athletic Center ........................................................7 Newport News Daily Press .................................... (757) 247-9420 Tiger Fields...................................................................... 8 Roanoke Times ...................................................... (540) 981-3392 Kirby Field House and Fitness Center............................ 9 Washington Post ................................................... (202) 334-7685 Athletics Excellence ....................................................... 10 Academics .......................................................................11 Radio (Scores) Phone Hampden-Sydney & Farmville, Virginia ....................... 12 WFLO-Farmville (95.7) ........................................... (434) 392-4195 2011 Season ................................................................................. 13 Head Coach & Assistant Athletic Dir. Ray Rostan........ 14 Television (Scores) Phone Assistant Coaches .......................................................... 15 WSET-13 (Lynchburg, ABC) .................................... (434) 528-1313 Support Staff ................................................................. 15 WRIC-8 (Richmond, ABC) ..................................... (804) 330-8829 Season Preview .............................................................. 16 WTVR-6 (Richmond, CBS) ..................................... (804) 254-3645 Roster - Numerical ......................................................... 17 WWBT-12 (Richmond, NBC)................................... (804) 230-2612 Roster - Alphabetical..................................................... 17 Roster - Geographical ................................................... 18 QuiCk FaCTs Schedule......................................................................... 18 Location .....................................................Hampden-Sydney, VA Opponents Information ................................................ 19 Founded .................................................................................. 1775 Players - Seniors .............................................................20 Enrollment ............................................................................ 1,120 Players - Juniors .............................................................23 Colors ................................................................. Garnet and Gray Players - Sophomores ....................................................26 Conference ..........................................................................ODAC Players - Freshman.........................................................29 Affiliation ..........................................................NCAA Division III 2010 Season ................................................................................ 31 President ..................................................Christopher B. Howard 2010 Season Recap.........................................................32 Athletic Director ...............................................Richard Epperson 2010 Statistics .................................................................33 Head Athletic Trainer........................................Andy McPherson 2010 Game Recaps .........................................................34 Sports Information Director .......................................Davis Yake History & Traditions ...................................................................43 Athletic Address ....................................1 College Road, Box 698 Some of Hampden-Sydney’s Greatest ......................... 44 Athletic Phone ........................................................ (434) 223-6151 Gammon Cup Winners ..................................................45 Athletic Department Fax ...................................... (434) 223-6348 Individual Records .........................................................45 Overnight Address .................................1 Kirby Fieldhouse Lane Year-By-Year, Coaching Records ................................. 46 Internet Address ..............................www.hsc.edu/athletics.html All-Americans ................................................................47 Lacrosse Contact/Asst. SID..........................................Scott Harris All-ODAC, All-State Selections......................................47 Assistant SID Phone ............................................... (434) 223-6168 Hampden-Sydney Hall of Fame Members .................. 48 Assistant SID Fax .................................................... (434) 223-6348 Alumni ....................................................................................... 50 Assistant SID E-mail .............................................sharris@hsc.edu Where Are They Now? .................................................. 51 Head Lacrosse Coach ...................................................Ray Rostan Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) .............................52 Head Coach Office Phone ..................................... (434) 223-6158 Face-Off Club ..............................................................................52 Head Coach E-mail ............................................ rrostan@hsc.edu Assistant Lacrosse Coach ......................................... Jason Rostan CReDiTs Assistant Coach Office Phone ............................... (434) 223-6366 The 2010 Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse Media Guide is a Assistant Coach E-mail .......................................jrostan@hsc.edu production of the Hampden-Sydney College Sports Informa- Assistant Lacrosse Coach ...........................................Steve Grossi tion Department. Written, edited, and designed by Assistant Assistant Coach Office Phone ............................... (434) 223-7082 Sports Information Director Scott Harris. Action photography Assistant Coach E-mail ....................................... sgrossi@hsc.edu by Dyann Busse and Red Rocket Production and Photography. Stadium ................................................................Lewis C. Everett Cover designed by Scott Harris. Field..................................................................................... Fulton Surface .....................................................................Natural Grass 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 3. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club THis is HaMPDen-syDney 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 4. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club aDMinisTRaTion DR. CHRisToPHeR b. HowaRD RiCHaRD ePPeRson PResiDenT | seConD yeaR | bs us aiR FoRCe aCaDeMy | Mba HaRvaRD | DoCToRaTe aTHleTiC DiReCToR | 1sT yeaR | HaMPDen-syDney, 1979 | Ms lonGwooD, 1991 oxFoRD univeRsiTy Richard Epperson is in his 14th Epperson is also a member of the Farmville Presbyterian Church, Dr. Christopher B. Howard, the 24th President of Hampden-Syd- • A member and noted expert year of affiliation with the Col- Virginia Association of Fundraising Professionals. He and his wifeney College, is one of the youngest college presidents in the United on the millennial gen- lege and first year as Athletic Debbie reside in Farmville.States. Hampden-Sydney, a liberal arts college for men, has been in eration, management, and Director. Epperson previouslycontinuous operation since classes began in 1775 on its historic cam- leadership for the Interna- served as the Assistant Vicepus 60 miles southwest of Richmond, VA. tional Speakers Bureau. President for Institutional Ad- Dr. Howard is a distinguished graduate of the US Air Force Acad- • One of the few college oremy where he earned a BS in political science and received the Camp- university chief executives in vancement at the College sincebell Award (previously known as the Draddy Award), the highest the US invited to join Young March of 2010.academic award in the country presented to a senior football player. Presidents OrganizationA Rhodes Scholar, he earned his Doctorate in politics at Oxford Uni- (YPO). He spent the past six years asversity and a MBA with distinction from the Harvard Business School. Prior to his appointment as President of Hampden-Sydney Col- In areas related to business, Assistant VP for Developmentlege in 2009, Dr. Howard served as Vice President for Leadership & • Dr. Howard has co-authored and Alumni Relations super-Strategic Initiatives at the University of Oklahoma where he also a new book with David Snid- vising Annual Giving, Alumniserved as the Director of the Honors College Leadership Center and a er, Money Makers: Inside Relations, athletic fundraisingPresident’s Associates Presidential Professor. the New World of Finance initiatives, and assigned capital Dr. Howard was named a 2010 African-American Trailblazer in and Business.Virginia History by the Library of Virginia. He was featured in an • He is a member of the improvement projects.Associated Press story published by The New York Times, The Boston MOBO Systems AdvisoryGlobe, the Washington Times, the Miami Herald, and the Philadelphia Board and was formerly on the Board of Directors of Converge, From 2000-04, he served the College as the Director of Develop-Inquirer, among numerous others. Dr. Howard was the subject of an IT de-manufacturing firm. ment. As Director, Epperson assisted the VP of Development withseparate articles in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, The Dallas Morning • He served as the youngest member of the annual US News & restructuring the Development Office into the Office of InstitutionalNews, and Diverse Issues in Higher Education. He was featured on World Report--Harvard University “America’s Best Leaders” selec-NPR’s All Things Considered and interviewed on CNN, PBS, and PRI. tion committee. Advancement. • He served in General Electric’s Corporate Initiatives Group.Currently he is: • He has worked in sales, marketing, international project man- Prior to moving to development, Epperson was the Director of Alum-• A founder, former chairman, and current trustee of the Impact agement, strategic planning, internal consulting, and business ni Relations, which began his stint at Hampden-Sydney in 1997. While Young Lives Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides development at Bristol-Myers Squibb. in Alumni Relations, he reorganized the Hampden-Sydney Alumni scholarship and travel opportunities for South African university • He has also served as the acting Managing Director of Endeavor students of color. South Africa, a global initiative that supports entrepreneurs in Association, composed of thirty three alumni clubs across the nation.• A Senior Advisor on African Affairs at The Albright Stonebridge the developing world. He also helped increase attendance, involvement and financial sup- Group, an international advisory firm for Fortune 1000 companies. port from alumni groups.• A member of the National Council of Advisors of the Center for In the military, the Study of the Presidency and Congress, a non-partisan, non- • An Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, he was called to active duty dur- He also served as the president of the Hampden-Sydney College profit organization founded in 1965. The Center is the only orga- ing 2003 in Afghanistan where he was awarded a Bronze Star. nization that systematically examines past successes and failures • He serves as the Reserve Air Attaché to Liberia. Southside Virginia Alumni Association from 1995-97. of the Presidency and relates its findings to present challenges and opportunities. He is married Before he returned to his alma mater, Epperson spent 18 years work-• An Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellow. The Aspen Institute fos- to the former Miss ing at the high school level in Farmville, Virginia. He started as a ters values-based leadership and provides a neutral and balanced Barbara Noble from teacher and coach at Prince Edward Academy and worked his way venue to discuss and act on critical issues. Johannesburg, South• A member of the Higher Education Working Group on Global Africa, and has two up, eventually becoming Athletic Director and Headmaster of Prince Issues of the Council on Foreign Relations, an independent, sons: Cohen and Edward Academy, becoming the youngest headmaster of an inde- nonpartisan membership organization, think tank, and publisher Joshua. pendent school in Virginia. dedicated to being a resource for its members, government of- ficials, business executives, journalists, educators and students, In August of 1992, Epperson was the Headmaster of Fuqua School in civic and religious leaders, and other interested citizens in order to help them better understand the world and the foreign policy Farmville where he stayed for five years. choices facing the United States and other countries.• A member of the Committee on Policy Analysis and Public Rela- Epperson graduated from Hampden-Sydney in the spring of 1979 tions of the National Association of Independent Colleges and with a degree in Government and Foreign Affairs. In 1991, he re- Universities. Dr. Howard with Ken Burns, award- ceived his Master of Science in School Administration from Long-• A trustee of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges. winning director and producer, at the• A graduate of the Harvard Seminar for New Presidents. wood University. screening from a selection of his docu-• A trustee of The Association of American Rhodes Scholars. mentary films. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 5. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club aTHleTiC DePaRTMenT sTaFF Murrie Bates Larry Blunt Matt Brown Isaac Colbert Matt Cooper Wes Dodson Richard Epperson Marty Favret Steve Grossi Scott Harris Head Tennis Coach Asst. Basketball Coach Asst. Baseball Coach Asst. Athletic Trainer Asst. Soccer Coach Asst. Football Coach Athletics Director Head Football Coach Asst. Lacrosse Coach Asst. Sports Info. Director Krista Jacobs Jeff Kinne Stephanie Lamb Josh Laux Andy McPherson Jason Rostan Ray Rostan John Prengamen Ricky Talman TBD Athletics Department Head Baseball Coach Asst. Athletic Trainer Head Soccer Coach Head Athletic Trainer Asst. Lacrosse Coach Head Lacrosse Coach Head Golf Coach Fitness Center Director Head Cross Country Coach Secretary Zeke Traylor Dee Vick Davis Yake Glen Young Asst. Football Coach Head Basketball Coach Sports Information Asst. Football Coach Director 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 6. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club ouR CaMPusHampden-Sydney is ONE QUALITY REIGNS SUPREME: LEADERSHIP The College operation of a dynamic academic community. Responsibilityone of the South’s From the beginning, the College’s intent has been offers the for maintaining the system is taken so seriously that studentsoutstanding liberal arts to educate the whole individual “in an atmosphere Bachelor of enjoy one of the freest campuses in America, where bookscolleges. Nestled in the of sound learning.” The College’s history speaks elo- Arts and the and bikes can be left unattended and professors can leavegently rolling country- quently of the powerful and enduring character of Bachelor their classrooms during tests and exams.side of south-central the ideals of self-reliance and service, and of its own of ScienceVirginia, H-SC is the two-hundred years of commitment to the value of degrees, Student activities are numerous and diverse, including publi-oldest of the country’s self-reliant, disciplined intellect in public life. preparing cation of a newspaper, yearbook, and literary magazine, andfew remaining men’s students operation of a radio station and volunteer fire departmentcolleges. In proportion to its enrollment, Hampden-Sydney for direct along with a wide variety of clubs and other organizations. consistently is in the top five percent of all colleges entry intoHampden-Sydney is and universities in graduates listed in “Who’s Who the world of Whether they like drama, music, classical debate, hiking, andcommitted to the belief that a liberal arts education provides in America.” business or canoeing, or even electronics and short wave radio, studentsthe best foundation not only for a professional career, but for further can find campus organizations that cater to their interests.also for the great moral and intellectual challenges of life. Since 1776, the Col- professional Many student programs involve a strong commitment of ser-Students learn that the pursuit of truth is a lifelong endeavor, lege has provided the training in law, medicine, business, government, teaching, or vice to the community, such as the tutoring program for arearequiring clarity and objectivity of thought, a sensitive moral educational experience the ministry. Basic to the success of its program is a dedicated high school students.conscience, and a dedication to responsible citizenship. necessary to produce faculty, over 90% of whom hold earned doctorates in their leaders in every field of fields and all of whom devote their principal energy to teach- The social life of the College is centered around 11 nationalAs the College’s mission statement says, liberal education endeavor, including one ing. The student-faculty ratio is 13:1. fraternities and a strong organization of independents. Con-aims to assist students to free themselves from ignorance, U.S. President, 12 sena- certs, mixers, movies, and a variety of unusual programs aremalice, prejudice, and superstition; from the tyranny of intel- tors, 32 congressmen, 12 STUDENTS RUN THEIR OWN ACTIVITIES planned andlectual selfishness; and from impotence in judging the claims governors, well over 100 Student life is considered an integral part of the education carried outand values of experts. It teaches students to gather evidence state representatives, process at Hampden-Sydney. Students conduct their own through a stu-patiently; it educates them to write and speak with force, and a host of ministers, affairs through a student government elected by them and dent-run col-precision, and clarity; and it encourages them to seek refresh- attorneys, doctors and composed of members of all classes. lege activitiesment and inspiration in the fine arts. judges. committee. A student-enforced honor code is a Hampden-Sydney tradi- tion that continues to flourish, upholding the atmosphere of personal integrity, trust, and mutual respect essential to the 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 7. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club lewis C. eveReTT sTaDiuM Through the generous gift from Lewis C. Everett of Kilmarnock, Virginia, Hampden-Sydney College has completed the construction of the $5 million Lewis C. Everett Stadium. Construction on the 1850 seat facility began in November 2006 and was completed in August 2007. The Everett Stadium replaces the 40-year-old Hundley Stadium adjacent to Fulton Field. The Lewis C. Everett Stadium, designed by Marcellus Wright Cox Architects, P.C., of Richmond, will blend with the Federal architecture of the Hampden-Sydney College campus. It will provide much needed space for press, scorekeepers, and radio announcers and will include restrooms in the concourse area and a filming platform in the cupola. The interior design of the stadium lounge is by: Penelope S. Crandall, Interior Design Consultant of Midlothian, Virginia, and, Heidi S. Brooks, Interior Design Consultant of Generations Interior Design, Charlottesville, Virginia 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 8. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club kiRk aTHleTiC CenTeR The Kirk Athletic Center comprises the completely renovated Gammon Gymnasium and two new wings. It is the home of all field sports - soccer, lacrosse, football, base- ball - as well as cross country, tennis, and golf. The Kirk Center was completed and dedicated in the fall of 2008, and the new additions have provided Hampden-Sydney athletics with some great improvements. Among the additions are four brand new locker rooms for the Tigers, a new training room, a renovated basketball court, new of- fices for coaches and administrators, hall of fame gallery, and classrooms. Now for the first time, each sport has its own locker room, each with direct access to the exterior. Kirk also houses the athletic training staff, the Gammon Weight Room, the soccer locker room, and the new Hall of Fame. The three person training staff Hampden- Sydney now has a room roughly three times the size of the former training room. The new room comes with many new features including six training tables; four whirl- pools, two of which are full body size; two offices; and a flat screen HD television. This new training room accompanies their auxiliary room in Kirby Fieldhouse. The Gammon Weight Room is located on the first floor of the Kirk Athletic Center. It is fully stocked with both free weights and weight machines. Some of the weight machines include two Hammer Strength Jammers, two glute/ham machines, a Hammer Strength leg press, a five pulley cable system, a leg extension/leg curl, a chest press, a military press, a bicep curl, a treadmill, and an upright bike. The free weight equipment include lifting platforms, five deluxe multi racks, five flat-to-military benches, three decline-to-military benches, three dip stations, four stabilization discs, three sets of stretch bands, seven plyometric boxes, and 21 medicine balls. For the first time Hampden-Sydney soccer now has its own locker room. The new room is equip with 41 lockers, new showers, and a state-of-the-art flat screen HD tele- vision. Included in the cable subscription is the Fox Soccer Channel. The locker room is located right next to the training room and has direct exterior access. The new Hall of Fame features new plaques of the 111 inductees along with an interactive touch screen that allows viewers to bring up any inductee on a high definition flat screen by induction type, year, name, or graduation year. The room also features another flat screen television that plays highlight videos from all of the current teams. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 9. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club TiGeR FielDs HellMuTH PRiTZlaFF FielD MilleR FielDIn 2007, Hampden-Sydney saw the completion of the Hellmuth-Pritzlaff turf field. The field is the inclement weather home to both theTiger lacrosse and soccer teams. The auxiliary field gives the Tigers plenty of room to spread out and use both turf and natural grass. Miller Field, home of the soccer team, received a recent upgrade with new Pro Premier World Competition Goals. The Pro Pre- mier goals are the official goal of the English Premier League and the World Cup. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 10. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club kiRby FielD House anD FiTness CenTeR Kirby Fieldhouse is home to Hampden-Sydney’s state of the art fitness center and Tiger basketball. The fitness center has been designed to promote a healthy lifestyle in a relaxing atmosphere. For your cardiovascular workout, the Center includes a Cardio-Theatre system with seven 32” televisions that offer viewing to seven treadmills, six elliptical trainers, five bicycles, two stairclimbers, and one Concept II rower. The Fitness Center also caters to the weight lifter with a complete line of free weight equipment, Hammer Strength systems, and Life Fitness selectorized equipment (formerly called nautilus). There is also a place to work the important core muscles (abs, lower back, etc.). The Aerobics Room (located on the second floor) is stocked with the latest group exercise and personal use fitness equipment. There are three refurbished racquetball courts. Leggett Pool remains available and provides excellent exercise opportunities. The Center is also connected right to the basketball courts. The Fieldhouse contains the main game court as well as two auxiliary courts. All three are open to the entire campus. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 11. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club aTHleTiCs exCellenCe In the 2009-10 athletic year, Hampden-Sydney was the most successful men’s division in the Virginia Sports Information Directors Assosciation College Division All-Sports Survey with a 90-37-1 (70.3%) overall record between football, soccer, basketball, baseball, lacrosse and tennis. The survey ranks all 27 non-NCAA Division I schools in the state by overall winning percentage. This past year was the highest winning percentage in school history and the first time Hammpden-Sydney has won the men’s divi- sion. While winning the men’s division, the Tigers finished second in the overall division. Below are the accomplishments from these six honored sports in 2009-10. Football Lacrosse • 10-1 Overall Record • 13-5 Overall Record - Best in School History • 10-0 Regular Season • 5-2 ODAC Record • ODAC Champions • No. 19 USILA National Ranking • Top-25 National Ranking • Six All-ODAC Performers - Three First Team • 12 All-ODAC Performers - Seven First Team • 2010 ODAC Player of the Year - Kyle Jett • 2009 ODAC Defensive Player of the Year - Will Riggenbach • 2010 ODAC Lacrosse Scholar Athlete of the Year - Kyle Jett • 2009 ODAC Football Scholar Athlete of the Year - Josh Miller • Three VaSID All-State Performers - Two First Team • 2009 ODAC Coach of the Year - Marty Favret • 2010 VaSID Player of the Year - Kyle Jett • Five VaSID All-State Performers - Five First Team • One Academic All-District Performer - Kyle Jett • 2009 VaSID Coach of the Year - Marty Favret • One Scholar All-American - Kyle Jett • 2009 TD Club Of Richmond Coach of the Year - Marty Favret • Two USILA All-American - Kyle Jett, Daniel Martin • Four D3football.com All-Region Performers - Two First Team • One Academic All-American - Josh Miller Tennis • Three D3football.com All-Americans - Bill Doody, Will • 15-4 Overall Record Riggenbach, Andrew Sellers • 9-0 ODAC Record • NCAA Leader in Sacks Per Game - Will Riggenbach • No. 9 ITA Region Ranking • NCAA Leader in Interceptions - Bill Doody • Six All-ODAC Preformers - Four First Team • 2010 ODAC Player of the Year - Will Moss Soccer • 2010 ODAC Tennis Scholar Athlete of the Year - Will Moss • 16-4 Overall Record - Best in School History • 2009-10 ODAC Doc Jospen Male Scholar Athlete of the Year - Will Moss • 8-2 ODAC Record • 2010 ODAC Coach of the Year - Murrie Bates • No. 7 NSCAA.Adidas Regional Ranking • Two VaSID All-State Performer - Two First Team • Five All-ODAC Performers, One First Team • 2010 VaSID Player of the Year - Will Moss • 2009 ODAC Rookie of the Year - Nick DeProspero • One Academic All-District Performer - Will Moss • Two VaSID All-State Performers - One First Team • Two NSCAA All-Region Performers • One Academic All-American - Brett Chonko Basketball • 13-13 Overall Record • Two All-ODAC Preformers • 2009-10 ODAC Rookie of the Year - Harrison George • One VaSID All-State Performer • 2009-10 VaSID Rookie of the Year - Harrison George Baseball • 23-10-1 Overall Record • 13-5 ODAC Record • Five All-ODAC Performers - Three First Team • 2010 ODAC Coach of the Year - Jeff Kinne • Three VaSID All-State Performers - One First Team • Three ABCA All-Region Performers - One First Team • One ABCA Region Gold Glover - Matt Brown • One All-American (D3baseball.com, ABCA) - Matt Brown • NCAA Leader in Stolen Bases Per Game - Herbie Williams 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 12. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club aCaDeMiCs In keeping with its original purpose, Hampden-Sydney pares the student for the fulfillment of freedom. It introduces the social sciences. It provides both breadth and depth in an academic library with confidence is one of the distinctiveseeks “to form good men and good citizens in an atmosphere the student to general principles and areas of knowledge learning and encourages independent programs of study. marks of an educated person. By means of formal and infor-of sound learning.” The College is committed to the develop- which develop minds and characters capable of making Believing that education should be a liberating experience mal instruction in research methods, students are encouragedment of humane and lettered men and to the belief that a enlightened choices between truth and error, between right emancipating men from ignorance, Hampden-Sydney strives to progress from the heavy reliance on textbooks and as-liberal education provides the best foundation not only for a and wrong. The mere facts about a subject do not speak for to make men truly free. signed readings characteristic of the freshman to the indepen-professional career, but for the great intellectual and moral themselves. They must be interpreted against a background dent work of the graduate scholar.challenges of life. In an age of specialization, Hampden- of ideas derived from an understanding of the nature of logic, THE WALTER M. BORTZ III LIBRARY AND FUQUA INTERNA- The Walter M. Bortz III Library provides an open and invit-Sydney responds to the call for well-rounded men who are language, and ethics. The individual who is educated in these TIONAL COMMUNICATIONS CENTER ing atmosphere for study and learning. The wireless configu-educated in world cultures and can bring to bear on modern areas and in the basic disciplines is able to confront any event Opened in the fall of 2007, the Library, named the Wal- ration of the building makes it easy for students and faculty tolife the wisdom of the past. The College seeks to awaken with true freedom to act, outside the constraints of prejudice ter M. Bortz III Library in 2009, is an integral resource in the use either laptops or desktops provided on every floor. Groupintellectual potential in a search for truth that extends beyond and impulse. Thus Hampden-Sydney’s curriculum is directed education offered by Hampden- Sydney, with a collection study rooms are available for use and convenient carrels andthe undergraduate experience. The College encourages each toward the cultivation of a literate, articulate, and critical that supports the College’s liberal-arts curriculum and a staff tables provide quiet space for study. Containing more thanstudent to develop clarity and objectivity in thought, a sensi- mind through the study of the sciences, the humanities, and ready to assist students and faculty in its use. The ability to use 250,000 volumes, 280 periodicals, and more than 19,000 e-tive moral conscience, and a dedication to responsible citizen- journals, an extensive media collection, and government docu-ship. ments, the collection is arranged in open stacks on the third The liberal education offered at Hampden-Sydney pre- floor, with bound periodicals located on the first floor. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 13. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club HaMPDen-syDney & FaRMville, viRGinia Farmville and Hampden-Sydney, VA, is located approxi- State Parks ever-improving channel catfish fishery. Other species to note group of over 130 members perform two major annual pro-mately 1-hour from the state capital of Richmond, VA, and High Bridge Trail State Park is the newest addition to include bluegill and chain pickerel. ductions, which includes classical choral music from Bach tosupports a thriving downtown and five shopping centers. the Virginia State Park System! Three and a half miles of the Briery Creek Lake is an 845-acre lake that is owned by the modern compositions.Farmville’s total retail sales exceeds ½ billion dollars annually. trail travel through the heart of Farmville, and it is open for Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries and is within Longwood University’s Department of Music presents a The Town of Farmville is a destination for tourism, rec- non-motorized activities. Four miles of the trail were opened the Briery Creek Wildlife Management Area in Prince Edward variety of musical groups, including the Camerata Singers,reation, retirement and trade not only because of its atten- in August 22, 2008, and 12 miles were opened June 6, 2009. County. Located approximately seven miles south of Farm- Wind Symphony, University Men’s Choir, Jazz Ensemble, andtion to infrastructure, but also because of its attention to its Upon completion, the park will encompass 33.5 miles of trail ville, the lake is populated with Florida strain largemouth bass, the University Women’s Choir.beauty. It is attractive to those who live, work or visit here. Its for hiking, biking and horseback riding. northern strain largemouth bass, bluegill, redear sunfish (also The Hampden-Sydney Music Festival is a nationally recog-rich history and status as a center of trade and commerce is Twin Lakes State Park is located in the Green Bay area of known as shellcrackers), channel catfish, and crappie. nized chamber music event held on the last two weekends ofpreserved and enhanced by its dedication to architectural in- Prince Edward County. Centrally located, it hosts a variety of May each year. Hampden-Sydney College plays host to musictegrity and improvement of the natural environment through activities. Swimming, camping, fishing, canoeing and hiking Golf lovers from all walks of life.a system of parks, green spaces, walking trails and waterways. are popular activities at the park. There are also cabins and Farmville Municipal Golf Course is a nine hole municipal golfNew growth and development of the Town incorporate the campsites available for rental. course owned and operated by the Town of Farmville. It is an Historyconcepts of history, civic pride and natural beauty. Bear Creek Lake State Park, surrounded by the 16,000 excellent course featuring large, well-conditioned greens and The R. R. Moton Museum is a center for the study of civil acre Cumberland State Forest, provides numerous activities offers a challenge to golfers of all skill levels. rights in education. The museum honors the efforts of localSize for the outdoor lover in you. Camping, hiking, swimming, Longwood Golf Course is adjacent to the President’s students and citizens who paved the way for integrated publicThe Town of Farmville is located in both Prince Edward and playgrounds, picnicking, and an archery range are just a few House, one mile from Longwood University. The course is education. It was the site of the 1951 student walk-out to pro-Cumberland Counties and the total size is 7.4 Square Miles. of the things you can enjoy during your visit. Camping and known for its challenging layout and manicured greens. The test the separate but unequal conditions of the public schools, cabins are available for rental for your overnight stay. 6,000 yard layout plays to a par 69 for men and 72 for women and is the centerpiece of the Virginia’s Civil Rights in Educa-Climate Holiday Lake State Park, located in the Appomattox- and is equipped with two large practice greens, practice sand tion Heritage Trail.Annual average rainfall: 42.93 inches Buckingham State Forest, is a fisherman’s dream. Largemouth traps, club house, driving range and pro shop. Historic Downtown Farmville Walking Tour is a self-guidedAnnual average snowfall: 16.80 inches bass, yellow perch, crappie and bluegill are abundant in the The Manor Resort Golf Club is located approximately five walking tour of the Farmville Historic District. Spend a leisurely af-Annual average temperature: 56.5 F 150-acre lake within the park. The nearby state Department of miles south of Farmville in Prince Edward County. The course, ternoon experiencing Farmville’s history and unique architecture.January average: 37.7 F; July average: 77.7 F Game and Inland Fisheries delayed-harvest trout stream allows which was opened in 2006, was chosen as one of the “Best The Confederate Cemetery is located on Jackson Street, anglers to fish for brown and rainbow trout. There are also New Golf Courses of 2007” by Golf Digest Magazine. The 18 off of N. Main Street in Farmville. Over 300 soldiers who diedParks excellent trails open to hikers, bikers and equestrians. hole PGA sanctioned course offers area golfers with one of in Farmville hospitals were buried here during the Civil War. Wilck’s Lake Park is a 175 acre natural area located on West James River State Park is one of the newest state parks in the finest golf experiences in the United States. Lee’s Retreat is a self-guided driving tour that follows the his-Third Street. A 35 acre lake is the centerpiece of this pictur- our area. Canoeing, kayaking and tubing are popular river toric 100 mile trek General Robert E. Lee and his army took whileesque recreational area. Amenities include a children’s play activities, and there are nearly 20 miles of hiking, biking and Arts being pursued by Union forces. The tour begins in Petersburg andarea, skateboard park, the Sarah Terry Trail, soccer fields, and a horseback riding trails. Overnight camping and cabin facilities Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, located at the corner ends in Appomattox, where the final surrender was signed.private island which can be reserved to host parties, weddings, are available for rental. of Third and Main Streets, was established in 1978. The LCVA The Civil Rights in Education Heritage Trail is a self-guidedand other social events. offers a wide variety of educational programs for all ages driving tour that brings together 41 historically significant sites The Dogwood Trail is located off of High Street and is ap- Boating and Fishing and showcases various exhibitions throughout the year. The that tell the story of civil rights in education in our country.proximately one-half mile long. It travels north to where it links Wilck’s Lake offers a 35 acre lake for fishing and boating. Center is the only collecting institution in the Commonwealth Appomattox Court House National Historical Park markswith Southside Community Hospital. The paved walking trail A Virginia fishing license and Town fishing permit are re- of Virginia with work by Virginia artists and artisans as its the site of the original village of Appomattox Courthouse. Here,winds through a beautiful wooded area. quired to fish in the lake. primary focus. Generals Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant negotiated the terms Riverside Park is located adjacent to the Appomattox River Sandy River Reservoir is a 740 acre lake in Prince Edward The Waterworks Players have brought the magic of live of surrender which led to the end of the war between the states.on North Main Street. It is the home for the Town’s First Friday County that is stocked and managed by the Virginia Depart- theater to area audiences for over 25 years. The theater has The majority of the buildings are original to the site and haveconcerts from May through October of each year. ment of Game and Inland Fisheries. There is a public ramp offered an artistic outlet for local actors, singers, designers and been maintained just as they were on April 9, 1865. with courtesy pier. The lake supports excellent fisheries technicians. The Players put on four to five shows per year at Sailor’s Creek Battlefield Historical State Park is the site of for largemouth bass, black crappie, redear sunfish, and an their theater located on Industrial Park Road in Farmville. the last major engagement of the Civil War. On April 6, 1865, The Commonwealth Chorale is a group of singers draw- Gen. Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia lost 7,700 men, ing from fourteen counties in Southside Virginia. The present including eight generals, in the Battle of Sailor’s Creek. This defeat was key to Lee’s decision to surrender at Appomattox Court House 72 hours later. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 14. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2011 season Micah keller and Carter Mavromatis 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 15. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club HeaD CoaCH & assisTanT aTHleTiC DiReCToR Ray RosTan Committee, and served as the Chair of the USILA Men’s North-South game for ten years. He presently serves as a member of theRay RosTan USILA All-American Committee.HeaD CoaCH | 27TH season | bs CoRTlanD sTaTe 1973 | Ms iTHaCa ColleGe 1977 The Copiague (Long Island), New York native earned his B.S. in 1973 from Cortland State, and his M.S. from Ithaca Col-278-158 all-TiMe | 238-133 aT HaMPDen-syDney | FouR oDaC CHaMPionsHiPs | eiGHT lege in 1977. Rostan was a member of the 1973 Cortland State national championship team. He later played professionally fornCaa aPPeaRanCes the 1974 National Lacrosse League Champion Rochester Griffins, and for the Long Island Tomahawks in 1975. Rostan and his wife Karen have two children, Jamie (25) and Jason (28). Jamie, a 2005 graduate of Mary Washington In his 32 years as a head collegiate coach, the last 26 University, captained the women’s lacrosse team. She presently resides in Arlington, at Hampden-Sydney, lacrosse coach Ray Rostan has estab- oDaC CHaMPionsHiPs Virginia, and is pursuing a degree in nursing. Jason has returned to Hampden-Syd- lished one of the most successful lacrosse programs nation- 1989 | 1995 ney to join his father as the Tiger’s assistant coach. Karen has served in the College ally. In 2007, the Tigers won their first game of the season, Bookstore for 19 years. marking 200 victories for the Tiger program under Coach 1998 | 2001 Rostan’s leadership. Rostan reached the significant mile- stone of winning his 200th college game in April of 2002 in THe Ray RosTan leDGeR nCaa TouRnaMenT All-Time Results a victory over Washington and Lee. He now has 278 col- legiate victories, 238 at H-SC, and is third nationally among 1989 | 1995 NCAA Division III coaches in all-time victories. 1998 | 1999 at R.I.T. at Ithaca In 2002, Rostan served as an assistant coach for the 2001 | 2002 Year Record Rank Year Record Rank U.S. National Lacrosse Team which won the World La- 2003 1979 6-7 -- 1982 6-6 -- crosse Championships in Perth, Australia. Rostan was 1980 11-4 -- 1983 9-4 7th the 1998 and 1989 recipient of the Francis “Babe” Kraus 1981 8-4 -- Totals 15-10 Memorial Award, after being voted the National Coach of oDaC CoaCH oF Totals 25-15 the Year by his peers. Rostan has been voted Old Domin- THe yeaR ion Athletic Conference Coach of the Year four times, most recently in 2001. 1989 | 1995 at Hampden-Sydney In 2004, Coach Rostan’s senior classes tied a school re- 1998 | 2001 Year Record Rank Year Record Rank cord (set by the 2003 senior class) with 44 career victories 1985 6-6 -- 1998 12-2 3rd while participating in three NCAA Tournaments in a four-year period. 1986 9-4 12th 1999 11-4 9th In 2003, the Tiger’s lacrosse team was nationally ranked third for most of the regular sea- 1987 9-5 11th 2000 8-6 -- son, finishing the year with a seventh-place national ranking. The 2003 Tigers finished with 1988 9-5 10th 2001 11-4 7th a 12-3 overall mark, while completing the ODAC regular season undefeated for the second 1989 11-3 7th 2002 13-3 6th straight year and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament with a 10-8 victory 1990 7-6 14th 2003 12-3 7th over third-seeded Washington College. 1991 9-6 -- 2004 8-5 17th Rostan’s seventh NCAA appearance came during the 2002 season as he led the Tigers to 1992 7-7 -- 2005 8-5 13th The Rostan Family (clockwise): Ray a 13-3 record and a No. 3 ranking in the final poll of the regular season. The team completed Rostan, Jason Rostan, Jamie Rostan and 1993 6-7 -- 2006 8-5 13th a 6-0 record against ODAC competition during the regular season and hosted the first-ever Karen Rostan ODAC Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Championship game. 1994 7-6 -- 2007 12-3 9th Since 1995, the Tigers have won 158 games, three 1995 10-5 7th 2008 6-9 -- ODAC Championships, and participated in six NCAA 1996 10-4 16th 2009 8-9 --Tournaments. Coach Rostan has had 58 All-American selections at Hampden-Sydney, in- 1997 8-7 16th 2010 13-5 --cluding four on the first team and three Academic All-Americans. First team All-American Totals 238-133Jeff Jackson ‘87 also played on the 1990 USA Team. In 1998, Dr. Jamie Worthen was theNational Player of the Year at defense, in 2000 Tom Oast (presently a Navy SEAL) earnedfirst team honors, and in 2002, Rostan’s son Jason garnered first team All-American and CaReeR HiGHliGHTs • 278-158 Career Record (238-133 at Hampden-Sydney)ODAC Player of the Year honors. Most recently, 2003 graduate Jason Rostan and 2008graduate and third team All-American Alex Pritzlaff were drafted by the MLL Denver • 2002 USA Team Asst. Coach (Defensive Coordinator)Outlaws and 2007 graduate and second team All-American Ryan Harrington, earned a • 2002 USA Team ILF World Championsposition on the New Jersey Pride. • USILA National Coach of the Year: 1989, 1998 In 2003, Rostan was named Assistant Athletic Director for Hampden-Sydney Col- • ODAC Coach of the Year: 1989, 1995, 1998, 2001lege. In his 23 years of service to the College (prior to 1994), Rostan served as the Head • ODAC Champions: 1989, 1995, 1998, 2001, 2003Coach of the Water Polo Team (Division III Final Eight in 1993), the Assistant Coach of soc- • NCAA Tournament: 1989, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003cer, and acted as the Leggett Swimming Pool Manager. • Top-2o Year-End Ranking: 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1995, Coach Rostan presently serves Hampden-Sydney as the advisor to the NCAA Stu- 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005,dent-Athlete Advisory Committee. He formerly served the USILA Committee for Coaching 2006, 2007 Coach Rostan celebrates Team USA’s 2002 victory in theEthics. In 2003, he completed a five year term as a member of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse • NCAA Quarterfinalists: 1999, 2003 ILF World Championships. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 16. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club assisTanT CoaCHes suPPoRT sTaFFJason RosTan sCoTT HaRRisassisTanT CoaCH, oFFensive & ReCRuiTinG CooRDinaToR | 8TH season | bs HaMPDen- assisTanT sPoRTs inFoRMaTion DiReCToR | 1sT season | bs lynCHbuRG 2007 | MbasyDney 2003 lynCHbuRG 2010 Jason Rostan, a 2003 2002. In 2003, he earned second team All-American honors. Scott Harris is in his first year as Assistant Sports Information Director at Hamp den-Syd- Graduate of Hampden- He was an All-ODAC selection three times, twice on the first ney for the 2010-11 school year after spending three years as the Assistant Sports Information Sydney College and two- team. Rostan remains second on the Tiger’s all-time points list Director at Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Rival Lynchburg College. As Assistant time USILA All-American for midfielders with 143 career points. In the summer of 2005, Sports Information Director, Harris is the primary media and marketing contact for the Tiger for the Tiger lacrosse team, Rostan was invited to tryout for Team USA. Most recently, soccer, lacrosse, cross country, and tennis programs. He writes, edits, and designs all media enters his eighth year as an Rostan was the fifth round pick for the Denver Outlaws in the publications for each of those sports that are distributed through the Hampden-Sydney Ath- assistant coach at Hampden- 2009 MLL Draft. letics Department. He also supervises, maintains, updates and provides written content for Sydney College in 2011. He “Jason is without question a product of Hampden- the College’s athletics website for each of his sports. presently is the offensive Sydney and our college community. As a 2003 graduate of Harris graduated from Lynchburg College in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in sport coordinator and recruiting Hampden-Sydney, he is very familiar with the traditions of management and earned his master’s degree in Business Administration in the spring of 2010. coordinator, a role he has our college and our lacrosse program. He understands the During his time as an undergrad at Lynchburg, Harris was a manager for the men’s basketball held for four seasons. hard work, drive and consistency that it takes to be a success- team for three years and a student assistant coach for his senior season. Additionally, during Rostan began his coach- ful student-athlete at our college. He has a creative mind for his senior year, Scott served as film coordinator for the ODAC Champion men’s lacrosse team ing career in the 2003-2004 the game and will bring fresh ideas to our program.”- Head and interned in the sports information office. Harris received numerous recognitions, includ-season as a graduate assistant for the Tiger soccer and lacrosse Coach, Ray Rostan- ing: Robert L. Hill Distinguished Senior Award nominee, Omicron Delta Kappa national leadership honor society, Phi Eta Sigmaprograms. Jason then returned in January of 2005 after a A Prince Edward High School product, Rostan earned national freshman honor society, and a Leadership Award from the Association of Commuter Students in 2005.short stint in business to become a full time assistant. “I am First Team All-Region honors in baseball while batting .520 for As a graduate student, Scott served as the Assistant Sports Information Director and undertook many initiatives, such astruly excited for the continuing opportunity to serve my alma the Eagles, and was First Team All-State and Southside Player adding a Facebook fan page for the athletic department, compiling record books for many sports, and was the Sports Infor-mater.” said Rostan. of the Year for the soccer team.” He currently resides in Rich- mation Publications Coordinator for the 2009-10 school year. Harris was the primary media and marketing contact for several As a student-athlete, Rostan earned USILA first team mond, VA, with his wife, Amy. sports, including men’s soccer, men’s basketball, and men’s lacrosse. In his graduate work, he helped develop a strategic planAll-American honors and was the ODAC Player of the Year in for non-profit group Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Central Virginia and also developed a marketing plan for the University of Waterloo’s Chartered Accountant graduate program.sTeve GRossi Harris is a native of Lynchburg, VA, and currently resides in Farmville.assisTanT CoaCH, DeFensive CooRDinaToR | 1sT season | DRexel univeRsiTy A 2009 graduate of Steve was a member of the Philadelphia Wings of the Na- Drexel University, Grossi tional Lacrosse League in 2008-2009. Most recently, Steve was earned a Bachelor of Sci- a Developmental/Player Coach and a member of the Glenelg isaaC ColbeRT ence in Business Administra- Lacrosse Club in Adelaide, South Australia, where he earned assisTanT aTHleTiC TRaineR | 5TH season | bs bRiDGewaTeR 2004 | Ms tion with concentrations in Most Valuable Player honors at the Australia National Cham- noRTHwesTeRn sTaTe Finance and Marketing. A pionships in the summer of 2010. Additionally, Coach Grossi four-year player for the Drag- was a graduate assistant coach at Drexel University for the Assistant Athletic Trainer Isaac Colbert M.S., ATC/L, is in his fifth year with the Tiger ons, Steve was a four-time 2008-2009 season, assisting with the team defense and man- athletic and lacrosse program. Colbert graduated from Bridgewater College in 2004 with a All-Colonial Athletic Confer- down units. Steve was also a member of the Drexel University degree in biology. After graduating, Colbert continued his education by earning his Master’s ence (CAA) selection, earning Junior Achievement Program from 2005-2007 and was re- degree at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. second-team honors in 2005 sponsible for creating and implementing a lacrosse program Colbert serves as the primary athletic trainer for the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse program. and 2006 while being tabbed within the Philadelphia intercity school districts. Colbert also serves the Hampden-Sydney community as faculty, staff, and students seek treat- first-team in 2007 and 2008. Steve’s former head coach at Drexel University, Chris ment in the Kirby Athletic Training Room. Grossi was also a two-time Bates (presently the head coach at Princeton University), com- In addition to his abilities as an athletic trainer, Colbert also brings a specific knowledgepre-season honorable mention All-American and was on the mented that Steve was one of the three all-time hardest work- of lacrosse. He played lacrosse as a goalkeeper while attending Good Counsel High School inTewaarton Trophy Watch List in 2008. Steve was a captain from ers and one of the finest young men that he has had the op- Wheaton, Maryland.2007-2008 and was voted the team’s Most Valuable Player in his portunity to work with over his past 20 years as a head coach.senior year in 2008. Coach Rostan on Grossi: “We are very pleased to have He was a key figure in the Dragon’s defense that fin- attracted a coach of Steve Grossi’s character and abilities. Theished seventh in the nation in 2007 when Drexel won a share Drexel University program has achieved national prominenceof the CAA regular season championship. Grossi also helped over the past several years, particularly under the directionguide the Dragons to some highlight victories for the Drexel of Steve’s former coach, Chris Bates. Steve Grossi is a youngprogram, including an upset victory over perennial national coach with a great attitude and work ethic, and he has thepower University of Virginia in overtime in 2006. same attributes that we strive to achieve day-to-day within After his eligibility was completed at Drexel in 2008, our lacrosse program at Hampden-Sydney College.” 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 17. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club season PReview The 2011 Hampden-Sydney Tigers are gearing up for a great effort and attitude every day to the field. They are a plea- dinator Jason Rostan. “Skill-wise, he’s as good as anybody on the practices. Junior Clark Reed, sophomore Burke Best, strong fresh-campaign that will include five Top 25 opponents in Division III. sure to work with.” team with both hands.” man Chris Stockinger and transfer Andrew Grover will competi-The Tigers graduated 11 seniors from a 2010 squad that earned The Tiger first midfield returns two exceptional talents in The coaching staff is very pleased with the athletic depth tively push the close defense.a 13-5 record and finished the regular season ranked 19th. The senior Cole Hawthorne (25g, 21a). Hawthorne is the typical point at midfield with the return of junior David Beman and Sandy At the position of long pole midfield/defense, senior speed-2010 senior class featured Second Team All-American, Academic guard of the offense, according to Coach Rostan, playing with Wall, sophomores Trent Joyner and Jacob Oliver, along with a ster Nick West returns with two years of starting experience.All-American and ODAC Player of the Year Kyle Jett (39 goals, 29 great speed, vision and heart. Junior Carter Mavromatis (17g, 22a) highly athletic freshmen class including Chase Brown, Matt Free- Supporting West will be sophomore Evan Cumalander, and threeassists), Honorable All-American Daniel Martin, and a very strong joins Hawthorne for the third year, running on the starting unit. man, Arley Morelock, Matt Kusel and Luke Driscoll. According very athletic freshmen in Mac Foley, Matt Stockinger and two-defensive midfielder in Thomas Hovis, who was also a four-year Another highly intelligent and competitive midfielder, Mavroma- to Coach Rostan, “any one of our midfielders has the physical sport athlete Nate Ott.starting linebacker for the Tiger football team. tis has speed along with great field sense and vision. ability and speed to step in and contribute within our top three At the all-important position of goal, the Tigers graduated a Coach Ray Rostan admits that replacing a good senior class The coaching staff is very pleased with the depth in the mid- midfields and defensive midfields.” fine starter in Mark Bagby in 2010. Enthusiasm is high for the Ti-with several stand-outs is never an easy task. “You simply do not field, including the return of standout senior captain Jake McDon- The defense returns strong experience with the return of gers, however, with the return of two sophomores, Austin Blackreplace athletes that have given so much to the program,” said ald. Coach Rostan believes that McDonald is one of the finest ath- seniors Peter Foley and Tim VanBenthuysen along with juniors and Cody Hornung. Coach Rostan states, “Hornung and Black areRay Rostan. “Yet, I believe that the 2011 squad will be highly bal- letes nationally and has the heart and speed to be a major scoring Nate Norbo and Andrew Pritzlaff. Peter Foley, a four-year starter, both among the hardest working goalies that I have ever hadanced on both offense and defense with the return of the entire threat along with being the team’s top defensive midfielder. makes a day-to-day inspirational physical impact for the Tigers. the pleasure of coaching. I truly believe that their work ethic willstarting attack, two of three starting midfielders, and all but one Senior captain Ryan Grodzki is one of the midfields inspira- Norbo, the Tigers hardest working athlete in the weight room take them a long way in their college careers.” The position willstarting close defensemen.” tional leaders and hardest working defensive midfielders. Return- and therefore the Tigers strongest athlete, had a very strong fin- be supported by a very quick handed senior in Ben Hansell and a With the return of 6-5 junior Micah Keller (47g, 13a) and ing sophomores Brad Mostowy and Jess Hawthorne will be major ish to the 2010 season. 6-2 athletic and talented lefty in Will Janney.junior Ben Clarke (34g, 16a), the Tiger attack should again be factors for the Tigers both offensively and defensively. Mostowy, Andrew Pritzlaff has great feet and can run with the oppo- The Tigers will need to clean up some things, yet optimismpotent. Keller and Clarke will be supported by two experienced an outstanding athlete and competitor, also became the Tigers nent’s quickest attackman. VanBenthuysen, an intense competi- is running high for Hampden-Sydney. “I’m usually careful withattackmen in junior Nate Cundy, 6-5 sophomore Ryan Martin, top face-off midfielder in the final games of his freshmen season tor, is a natural leader in his work ethic and ability to play physi- projections as our league is highly competitive nearly from topand Kyle Fox. A freshmen that will most likely see playing time winning 55.2% of his face-offs in the Tigers final five games. cal and tight man-to-man defense. In fall workouts, athletic 6-2, to bottom,” said Rostan, who led the Tigers to the ODAC semi-early is 6-4, 235 lbs. Eric Gorsline who was also a tight end for the Freshman Bobby Fulton entered H-SC in great physical condi- 210 lb. sophomore Cameron Sheppard showed good footwork finals last year. “By the same token, I feel like we are moving infootball team this fall, and Harper was one of the Tigers leading tion and joined Hawthorne and Mavromatis on the first midfield and has an opportunity to become a starter for the Tigers. the right direction.” This team is led by a very fine senior class,goal scorers in the fall season. Newcomer sophomore Derek Fim- in fall workouts. Fulton was the Small School Football Player of Also playing well in fall work-outs and pushing for playing including four great Captains in Ryan Grodzki, Cole Hawthorne,ian will support the attack. Offensive Coordinator Jason Rostan the Year in the state of Georgia while playing for the Wesleyan time was a skilled junior in Jack Gibson. Freshman Ned Bowden, Peter Foley and Jake McDonald. We show balance at every posi-states: “This will be a highly balanced attack with men that bring (Ga.) School. “He’s a 6’-0”, 205-pound rock,” said Offensive Coor- a rangy 6-4 athlete, was also impressive toward the end of fall tion. We will take one day and one game at a time.” 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 18. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club RosTeR - nuMeRiCal RosTeR - alPHabeTiCalNO. NAME POS. YR. HT. WT. HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL NO. NAME POS. YR. HT. WT. HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL1 Trent Joyner M SO 5-7 175 Stem, NC/Christchurch 21 David Beman M JR 5-8 175 Alpharetta, GA/Alpharetta2 Jess Hawthorne M SO 5-10 165 Richmond, VA/Collegiate 47 Burke Best D SO 5-10 195 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy3 Ben Clarke A JR 5-7 160 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy 50 Austin Black G SO 6-0 170 Dallas, TX/Plano4 Nate Cundy A JR 5-10 180 Midlothian, VA/James River 41 Ned Bowden D FR 6-4 200 Crozier, VA/Collegiate5 Bobby Fulton M FR 6-0 200 Atlanta, GA/Wesleyan 10 Chase Brown M FR 6-2 190 Atlanta, GA/Holy Innocents’6 Peter Foley* D SR 5-11 195 McLean, VA/Langley 3 Ben Clarke A JR 5-7 160 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy7 Jacob Oliver M SO 5-8 170 Richmond, VA/Collegiate 29 Evan Cumalander D SO 5-10 175 Cary, NC/Athens Drive8 Brad Mostowy M SO 5-10 180 Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling (NY) 4 Nate Cundy A JR 5-10 180 Midlothian, VA/James River9 Micah Keller A JR 6-5 205 Richmond, VA/Christchurch 37 Luke Driscoll M FR 5-11 175 Leesburg, VA/Loudon County10 Chase Brown M FR 6-2 190 Atlanta, GA/Holy Innocents’ 45 Derek Fimian A SO 6-2 175 Norfolk, VA/Maury11 Jack Gibson D JR 6-1 185 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy 6 Peter Foley* D SR 5-11 195 McLean, VA/Langley12 Ryan Grodzki* M SR 5-11 190 Barrington, IL/Barrington 23 Mac Foley D FR 5-10 165 Richmond, VA/Collegiate13 Tim Vanbenthuysen D SR 6-1 190 Castle Rock, CO/Regis Jesuit 15 Kyle Fox A JR 6-0 175 Manassas, VA/Osbourn Park14 Andrew Pritzlaff D JR 5-10 180 Castle Rock, CO/Kent Denver 24 Matt Freeman M FR 5-10 180 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy15 Kyle Fox A JR 6-0 175 Manassas, VA/Osbourn Park 5 Bobby Fulton M FR 6-0 200 Atlanta, GA/Wesleyan16 Cameron Sheppard D SO 6-2 200 Denver, CO/Kent Denver 11 Jack Gibson D JR 6-1 185 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy17 Matt Kusel M FR 6-2 175 Ridgewood, NJ/Ridgewood 42 Eric Gorsline A FR 6-3 240 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy19 Ben Hansell G SR 5-8 170 Montclair, NJ/Montclair 12 Ryan Grodzki* M SR 5-11 190 Barrington, IL/Barrington20 Ryan Martin A SO 6-5 205 Midlothian, VA/Cosby 38 Andrew Grover D FR 6-1 205 Charlottesville, VA/Benedictine21 David Beman M JR 5-8 175 Alpharetta, GA/Alpharetta 19 Ben Hansell G SR 5-8 170 Montclair, NJ/Montclair22 Carter Mavromatis M JR 5-10 160 Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry 25 Cole Hawthorne* M SR 6-0 165 Richmond, VA/Collegiate23 Mac Foley D FR 5-10 165 Richmond, VA/Collegiate 2 Jess Hawthorne M SO 5-10 165 Richmond, VA/Collegiate24 Matt Freeman M FR 5-10 180 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy 28 Cody Hornung G SO 5-8 160 Bala Cynwyd, PA/Lower Merion25 Cole Hawthorne* M SR 6-0 165 Richmond, VA/Collegiate 27 Will Janney G FR 6-2 195 Richmond, VA/Bridgton Academy27 Will Janney G FR 6-2 195 Richmond, VA/Bridgton Academy 1 Trent Joyner M SO 5-7 175 Stem, NC/Christchurch28 Cody Hornung G SO 5-8 160 Bala Cynwyd, PA/Lower Merion 9 Micah Keller A JR 6-5 205 Richmond, VA/Christchurch29 Evan Cumalander D SO 5-10 175 Cary, NC/Athens Drive 17 Matt Kusel M FR 6-2 175 Ridgewood, NJ/Ridgewood31 Matt Stockinger D FR 6-3 195 Houston, TX/Klein 20 Ryan Martin A SO 6-5 205 Midlothian, VA/Cosby32 Arley Morelock M FR 5-10 170 Frankfurt, Germany/Frankfurt International 22 Carter Mavromatis M JR 5-10 160 Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry33 Chris Stockinger D FR 6-0 205 Houston, TX/Klein 34 Jake McDonald* M SR 6-1 185 Richmond, VA/Collegiate34 Jake McDonald* M SR 6-1 185 Richmond, VA/Collegiate 32 Arley Morelock M FR 5-10 170 Frankfurt, Germany/Frankfurt International35 Clark Reed D JR 5-11 180 Norfolk, VA/Norfolk Academy 8 Brad Mostowy M SO 5-10 180 Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling (NY)36 Nate Norbo D JR 6-0 195 Waterford, VA/Loudon Valley 36 Nate Norbo D JR 6-0 195 Waterford, VA/Loudon Valley37 Luke Driscoll M FR 5-11 175 Leesburg, VA/Loudon County 7 Jacob Oliver M SO 5-8 170 Richmond, VA/Collegiate38 Andrew Grover D FR 6-1 205 Charlottesville, VA/Benedictine 39 Nate Ott D FR 5-10 170 Virginia Beach, VA/ Norfolk Academy39 Nate Ott D FR 5-10 170 Virginia Beach, VA/ Norfolk Academy 14 Andrew Pritzlaff D JR 5-10 180 Castle Rock, CO/Kent Denver41 Ned Bowden D FR 6-4 200 Crozier, VA/Collegiate 35 Clark Reed D JR 5-11 180 Norfolk, VA/Norfolk Academy42 Eric Gorsline A FR 6-3 240 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy 16 Cameron Sheppard D SO 6-2 200 Denver, CO/Kent Denver44 Nick West D SR 6-1 185 New Canaan, CT/The Gunnery 33 Chris Stockinger D FR 6-0 205 Houston, TX/Klein45 Derek Fimian A SO 6-2 175 Norfolk, VA/Maury 31 Matt Stockinger D FR 6-3 195 Houston, TX/Klein47 Burke Best D SO 5-10 195 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy 13 Tim Vanbenthuysen D SR 6-1 190 Castle Rock, CO/Regis Jesuit50 Austin Black G SO 6-0 170 Dallas, TX/Plano 44 Nick West D SR 6-1 185 New Canaan, CT/The Gunnery* Captain * CaptainHead Coach: Ray Rostan (Cortland State, 1973/27th season at H-SC) Head Coach: Ray Rostan (Cortland State, 1973/27th season at H-SC)Assistant Coaches: Jason Rostan (Hampden-Sydney, 2003/8th season at H-SC) Assistant Coaches: Jason Rostan (Hampden-Sydney, 2003/8th season at H-SC) 2011 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  • 19. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club RosTeR - GeoGRaPHiCal sCHeDuleNO. NAME POS. YR. HT. WT. HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL Day Date Opponent Location Time All games are subject to change, for Virginia (24) Sat. Feb. 5 vs. Limestone College Duke University 1:00 up to date information please visit2 Jess Hawthorne M SO 5-10 165 Richmond, VA/Collegiate Exhibition the lacrosse page on the athletics3 Ben Clarke A JR 5-7 160 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy Sat. Feb. 12 Washington & Jefferson Hampden-Sydney, VA 1:00 website at www.hsc.edu/athletics/4 Nate Cundy A JR 5-10 180 Midlothian, VA/James River Exhibition lacrosse.html6 Peter Foley* D SR 5-11 195 McLean, VA/Langley Sat. Feb. 19 at Mary Washington Fredericksburg, VA 1:007 Jacob Oliver M SO 5-8 170 Richmond, VA/Collegiate Sat. Feb. 26 at Gettysburg Gettysburg, PA 1:00 Live Stats and a Webcast are avail-9 Micah Keller A JR 6-5 205 Richmond, VA/Christchurch Sat. Mar. 5 Marymount Hampden-Sydney 1:00 able for all home games. Please visit11 Jack Gibson D JR 6-1 185 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy Wed. Mar. 9 at Cabrini Radnor, PA 3:30 here to access both.15 Kyle Fox A JR 6-0 175 Manassas, VA/Osbourn Park Sat. Mar. 12 vs. Elizabethtown TBA 1:0020 Ryan Martin A SO 6-5 205 Midlothian, VA/Cosby Sat. Mar. 19 Washington & Lee* Hampden-Sydney 1:0022 Carter Mavromatis M JR 5-10 160 Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry Wed. Mar. 23 Greensboro Hampden-Sydney 4:0023 Mac Foley D FR 5-10 165 Richmond, VA/Collegiate24 Matt Freeman M FR 5-10 180 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy Sat. Mar. 26 Catholic Hampden-Sydney 2:0025 Cole Hawthorne* M SR 6-0 165 Richmond, VA/Collegiate Sat. Apr. 2 at Lynchburg* Lynchburg, VA 7:0027 Will Janney G FR 6-2 195 Richmond, VA/Bridgton Academy Wed. Apr. 6 Randolph-Macon* Hampden-Sydney 4:0034 Jake McDonald* M SR 6-1 185 Richmond, VA/Collegiate Sat. Apr. 9 Guilford* (Greek Week) Hampden-Sydney 1:0035 Clark Reed D JR 5-11 180 Norfolk, VA/Norfolk Academy Sat. Apr. 13 at Virginia Wesleyan* Virginia Beach, VA 6:0036 Nate Norbo D JR 6-0 195 Waterford, VA/Loudon Valley Sat. Apr. 16 at Roanoke* Salem, VA 1:0037 Luke Driscoll M FR 5-11 175 Leesburg, VA/Loudon County Wed. Apr. 20 Christopher Newport Hampden-Sydney 4:0038 Andrew Grover D FR 6-1 205 Charlottesville, VA/Benedictine Sat. Apr. 23 at Randolph* Lynchburg, VA 1:3039 Nate Ott D FR 5-10 170 Virginia Beach, VA/ Norfolk Academy Wed. Apr. 27 ODAC Tournament First Round TBA TBA41 Ned Bowden D FR 6-4 200 Crozier, VA/Collegiate Sat. Apr. 30 ODAC Tournament Semi-Finals TBA TBA42 Eric Gorsline A FR 6-3 240 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy Sun. May 8 ODAC Championship TBA TBA45 Derek Fimian A SO 6-2 175 Norfolk, VA/Maury47 Burke Best D SO 5-10 195 Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy BOLD - Home game played at Hampden-Sydney Georgia (4) * Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) game5 Bobby Fulton M FR 6-0 200 Atlanta, GA/Wesleyan8 Brad Mostowy M SO 5-10 180 Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling (NY)10 Chase Brown M FR 6-2 190 Atlanta, GA/Holy Innocents’21 David Beman M JR 5-8 175 Alpharetta, GA/Alpharetta Colorado (3)13 Tim Vanbenthuysen D SR 6-1 190 Castle Rock, CO/Regis Jesuit14 Andrew Pritzlaff D JR 5-10 180 Castle Rock, CO/Kent Denver16 Cameron Sheppard D SO 6-2 200 Denver, CO/Kent Denver Texas (3)31 Matt Stockinger D FR 6-3 195 Houston, TX/Klein33 Chris Stockinger D FR 6-0 205 Houston, TX/Klein50 Austin Black G SO 6-0 170 Dallas, TX/Plano New Jersey (2)17 Matt Kusel M FR 6-2 175 Ridgewood, NJ/Ridgewood19 Ben Hansell G SR 5-8 170 Montclair, NJ/Montclair North Carolina (2)1 Trent Joyner M SO 5-7 175 Stem, NC/Christchurch29 Evan Cumalander D SO 5-10 175 Cary, NC/Athens Drive Illinois (1)12 Ryan Grodzki* M SR 5-11 190 Barrington, IL/Barrington Pennsylvania (1)28 Cody Hornung G SO 5-8 160 Bala Cynwyd, PA/Lower Merion Germany (1)32 Arley Morelock M FR 5-10 170 Frankfurt, DE/Frankfurt International Connecticut (1)44 Nick West D SR 6-1 185 New Canaan, CT/The Gunnery* CaptainHead Coach: Ray Rostan (Cortland State, 1973/27th season at H-SC)Assistant Coaches: Jason Rostan (Hampden-Sydney, 2003/8th season at H-SC) 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 20. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club oPPonenTs inFoRMaTion Cabrini College Catholic University Christopher Newport Elizabethtown Gettysburg College Greensboro College Cavaliers Cardinals Captains Blue Jays Bullets Pride TM Mar. 9 - Away - 3:30 pm Mar. 26 - Home - 2 pm Apr. 20 - Home - 4 pm Mar. 12 - TBA - 1 pm Feb. 26 - Away - 1 pm Mar. 23 - Home - 4 pm Location: Radnor, PA Location: Washington DC Location: Newport News, VA Location: Elizabethtown, PA Location: Gettysburg, PA Location: Greenboro, NC Head Coach: Steve Colfer Head Coach: Brooks Singer Head Coach: Todd Boward Head Coach: Terry Corcoran Head Coach: Hank Jancyzk Head Coach: Den CetroneMORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION Guilford College Limestone College Lynchburg College Mary Washington Marymount Old Dominion Athletic Quakers Saints Hornets Eagles Saints Conference Tourn. Apr. 6 - Home - 1 pm Feb. 5 Exhibition - TBA - TBA Apr. 2 - Away - 7 pm Feb. 19 - Away - 1 pm Mar. 5 - Home - 1 pm Apr. 27, 30, May 8 - TBD - TBD Location: Greenboro, NC Location: Gaffney, SC Location: Lynchburg, VA Location: Fredericksburg, VA Location: Arlington, VA Location: TBD Head Coach: Den Cetrone Head Coach: J.B. Clarke Head Coach: Steve Koudelka Head Coach: Kurt Glaeser Head Coach: Jon Reynolds Head Coach: N/AMORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION Randolph College Randolph-Macon Roanoke College Virginia Wesleyan Washington & Jefferson Washington & Lee WildCats Yellow Jackets Maroons Marlins Presidents Generals Apr. 23 - Away - 1 pm Apr. 6 - Home - 4 pm Apr. 16 - Away - 1 pm Apr. 13 - Away - 6 pm Feb. 12 Exhibition - Home - TBA Mar. 19 - Home - 1 pm Location: Lynchburg, VA Location: Ashland, VA Location: Salem, VA Location: Virginia Beach, VA Location: Washington, PA Location: Lexington, VA Head Coach: Scott Ketcham Head Coach: J.B. Sheridan Head Coach: Bill Pilat Head Coach: JP Stewart Head Coach: Chad Moore Head Coach: Gene McCabeMORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION MORE TEAM INFORMATION 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 21. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club PlayeRs - senioRs 6 12 Peter Foley Ryan Grodzki Senior Senior Defender Midfielder Captain Captain 5-11 5-11 195 190 McLean, VA/Langley Barrington, IL/Barrington The Book on Foley: One The Book on Grodzki: Al- of the most physical play- ways a hard worker on and ers on the team…Worked off the field, Grodzki is in extremely hard in the fall to great physical shape…Willstay strong...Gained invaluable game experience in 2010 and is continue to improve his shooting and game sense to competeready to take his game to another level…Has prepared him- among Tiger midfielders…Will also be competing as a defen-self to be one of the leaders of and exciting Tiger defensive sive midfielder in 2011.unit in ’11. College: Played in seven games in his junior campaign ... Tal-College: One of the top defensive players on the team as a lied his first career goal in 2010 ... Appeared in five games asjunior in 2010 ... Started all 18 games ... Recorded one assist a sophomore in 2009 registering 5 gbs…All-ODAC Academicalong with 38 grounballs and a team second-best 22 caused honoree…Appeared in two games as a freshmanturnovers ... Foley started every game in 2009 and became anintegral part of the Tiger defense…Played in four games as a High School: Played four years of lacrosse and football at Bar-freshman…Foley is extremely strong and agile and was able to rington High School...Captain of the lacrosse team his seniormatch up against some of the Tiger opponents’ top attackmen season and an All-Conference performer, tallying 39 goals andas a sophomore. 34 assists...Earned Academic All-Conference in football as an outside linebacker.High School: Played lacrosse, football, and ice hockey atLangley High School...Captained the lacrosse team and was Personal: Son of Kevin and Marcella Grodzki...Has one broth-selected first team All-District and All-Region...Also captained er, David.the football team, while earning first team All-District and All-Region honors and leading the region in tackles for most ofthe season as a middle linebacker.Personal: Son of Stephen and Shelia Foley. VIEW FULL BIO 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 22. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club PlayeRs - senioRs 13 19 Tim Van- Ben Hansell Benthuysen Senior Senior Goalkeeper Defender 5-8 6-1 170 190 Montclair, NJ/Montclair Castle Rock, CO/Regis Jesuit The Book on VanBenthuy- The Book on Hansell: will sen: A hardworking athlete fight for time in the net in on and off the field…Always 2011. plays with intensity andgreat communication…Will again be in the starting defensive College: Hansell appeared in six games in 2009, making 13rotation and one of the top leaders of an exciting defensive saves…All-ODAC Academic honoree…Appeared in two gamesunit in 2010. as a freshman…Hansell is quick in the cage…Sees and stops the ball very well and loves to take shots and get better.College: Continued to be a contributor for the Tigers, playingin 16 contests ... Started every game of the 2009 season for High School: Played lacrosse and ice hockey at Montclair Highthe Tigers and became one of the up and coming leaders of School...Earned All-Conference with a .700 save percentage histhe Tiger defense…With good strength and knowledge of the senior season...Completed a post-graduate year at NorthfieldTiger defensive system, VanBenthuysen matched up against Mount Hermon, where he received All-Tournament honors inmany of the opponent’s top finishers…VanBenthuysen played the goal.in four games as a freshman in 2008. Personal: Son of Robert and Phyllis Hansell...Has one brother,High School: Played lacrosse, football, and wrestling at Regis Christopher.Jesuit ... Earned High School All-American honors in his seniorseason in lacrosse ... First-Team All-State and All-City twice and VIEW FULL BIOAll-Conference three times ... Also captained the lacrosse teamand earned the team’s Most Inspirational award ... Two-timemember of Team Colorado ... Earned All-Conference in foot-ball as a linebacker and guard.Personal: Son of Karyl and Holley VanBenthuysen...Has foursiblings, Julia, Molly, Peter, and Katie. VIEW FULL BIO 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 23. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club PlayeRs - senioRs 25 34 Cole Hawthorne Jake McDonald Senior Senior Midfielder Midfielder Captain Captain 6-0 6-1 165 185 Richmond, VA/Collegiate Richmond, VA/Collegiate The Book on Hawthorne: The Book on McDonald: Pos- One of the most danger- sesses great speed, strength ous dodgers on the team, and athleticism, and the Hawthorne will be part of ability to create transitionan experienced and dangerous first midfield line in 2011… scoring opportunities…Will be extremely important to theExtremely quick and shifty, Hawthorne is one of the best pure Tigers’ success in 2011 as the leader of the defensive midfieldathletes on the team…Understands the game very well from unit.his high school basketball background…Will look to continueto increase his scoring and assert himself as one of the top College: Continued to excel as a shortstick defensive middiemidfielders in the ODAC this season. as a junior ... Played in 13 games and tallied 17 groundballs ... Started as one of the Tigers’ top two defensive midfield spe-College: Established himself as one of the top midfielders in cialists in 2009…Registered one assist and nine groundballs onthe ODAC as a junior ... Played in 18 games and started 12 ... the season…All-ODAC Academic honoree…McDonald playedScored 25 goals while dishing out 21 assists ... Posted three in nine games as a freshman and earned a regular role as agoals and two assists against perennial power Gettysburg starting defensive midfielder by the end of the year.College ... Started on the Tiger’s first midfield line scoring14 goals and 10 assists as a sophomore in 2009…Earned the High School: Played four years of lacrosse and three yearsTigers’ Most Improved Player Award for his play last season… of football as a running back and linebacker at Collegiate...All-ODAC Academic honoree…Hawthorne played every game Integral member of Collegiate’s State Championship lacrosseas a freshman, scoring five goals and two assists. team in 2006.High School: A competitor in three sports, Hawthorne played Personal: Son of John and Giovanna McDonald...Has two sis-four years of lacrosse, basketball, and football at Collegiate... ters, Emily and Courtney.Captained the lacrosse team his senior season, while earningAll-Prep honors...Also earned first team All-State and All-Prep VIEW FULL BIOin basketball.Personal: Son of J.V. and Sally Hawthorne...Has two siblings,Jess and Annie ... Brother, Jess, is a member of the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team. VIEW FULL BIO 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 24. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club PlayeRs - senioRs PlayeRs - JunioRs 44 3 4 Nick West Ben Clarke Nate Cundy Senior Junior Junior Defender Attack Attack 6-1 5-7 5-10 185 160 180 New Canaan, CT/The Gun- Norfolk, VA/Norfolk Midlothian, VA/James nery Academy River The Book on West: West The Book on Clarke: Pos- The Book on Cundy: Gained has exceptional speed up sesses exceptional quick- invaluable experience in and down field and has ness and is one of the best 2010, and has worked ex- the ability to run with any competitors on the team… tremely hard at his gamemidfielder…Has the ability to compete for a starting role as a Clarke returned in excellent shape and will be counted upon to and in the weight room…Cundy was impressive as an all-long stick midfielder in 2011. “quarterback” the Tiger attack…Very impressive in fall scrim- around player in fall workouts and is ready to break into a mages and will be a major scoring threat for the Tigers in 2011. starting role on attack.College: In 2010, played 17 games as an LSM, starting once ...Scored one goal and recorded 14 groundballs ... In 2009, West College: Another breakout performer from 2010, Clarke fin- College: Had a breakout compaign as a sophomore ... Playedmade the switch from short stick to long stick midfielder and ished third on the team in goals (34) and points (50) while also in 17 games ... Scored 13 goals and had four assists for 17 pointsopened the season as the Tigers’ starting LSM…played in 14 totaling 16 assists ... Also tallied 38 groundballs ... Clarke had ... Had a solid first season as a Tiger, scoring one goal andgames scooping 11 gbs…Appeared in three games as a fresh- a great freshman year in 2009 becoming a starter early in the playing in 10 games…man in 2008 as a midfielder. season…Scored 13 goals and dished out four assists. High School: Attended James River HS and played lacrosse forHigh School: Played three years of varsity lacrosse and one High School: A two-sport athlete who played lacrosse and soc- the Richmond Shock, earning team MVP honors three times.year of basketball at The Gunnery...Captained the lacrosse cer at Norfolk Academy…Selected as team MVP in his seniorteam his senior year. season for lacrosse…Also a multiple First Team All-State, First Personal: Son of Kenneth and Kimberly Cundy...Has two sis- Team All-Prep, and First Team All-TCIS performer in lacrosse. ters, Ainsley and Aubrie..Nephew of Hall of Fame Tiger BradPersonal: Son of Thayer and Susan West...Has two siblings, Johnson ‘89.Erin and John. Personal: Son of Donald and Price Clarke...Has two siblings, Turner and Dorsey. VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 25. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club PlayeRs - JunioRs 9 11 14 15 Micah Keller Jack Gibson Andrew Pritzlaff Kyle Fox Junior Junior Junior Junior Attack Defender Defender Attack 6-5 6-1 5-10 6-0 205 185 180 175 Richmond, VA/ Virginia Beach, VA/Nor- Castle Rock, CO/Kent Manassas, VA/Osbourn Christchurch folk Academy Denver Park The Book on Keller: At 6-5 The Book on Gibson: A The Book on Pritzlaff: With The Book on Fox: A good and 200 lbs, Keller is a tre- smart defenseman who great feet, Pritzlaff will be shooter, Fox will continue mendous shooter who works has a good understanding looked upon to cover the to work on his strength to hard at his game…The Tigers’ for the game, Gibson has opponent’s top attackman compete for his spot on anleading returning scorer will be an offensive leader and look to a knack for taking the ball away…Will compete for a spot at in 2011. offensive midfield line.establish himself as one of the top scorers in Division III. close defense. College: Became a lockdown defender in 2010 ... Earned hon- College: Saw the field in seven games in 2010 ... Tallied a goalCollege: Had a phenomenal sophomore season, stepping up to College: Saw an increased role in 2010, hitting the field for orable mention All-ODAC ... Accumulated 32 groundballs and and an assist for three points ... Played in four games in hisbecome one of the top attackmen in the ODAC ... Named First- 10 games as a sophomore ... Gibson saw action in six games in was third on the team in caused turnovers with 14 ... Had an first season in 2009 and scored one goal.Team All-ODAC in 2010 ... Scored a team-high 47 goals ... Handed 2009, recording one gb…All-ODAC Academic honoree impressive first season in a Tiger uniform, earning a startingout 12 assists tgo give him a team second-best 59 points ... Scored role on the defensive end of the field…Battled a knee injury High School: Member of the football and lacrosse teams atfour goals and one assist against Gettysburg ... Tacked on three High School: A two-sport athlete who played lacrosse and for a quarter of the season, but has returned at full strength Osbourn Park...As a captain his senior season, Fox earned All-goals in a defeat of Washington & Lee ... Keller had an outstand- football at Norfolk Academy...In football, he was a two-time with a wealth of experience under his belt…Pritzlaff’s best District and All-Region honors in lacrosse.ing freshman season in 2009 scoring 32 goals and seven assists, a All-TCIS selection as a linebacker...As a lacrosse player, Gibson start came in the final game of the season versus Roanoke,number which places him second on the Tiger lacrosse all-time was selected as an Academic All-American...Also selected two- where he held a senior All-American attackman to zero total Personal: Son of Eric and Terrie Fox...Has one sister, Emily.list for goals scored by a freshman…earned Honorable Mention time All-State, All-Prep, and All-TCIS as a close defender. points.All-ODAC honors in his first season in a Tiger uniform…Scored VIEW FULL BIOa total of 12 goals and dished three assists in two games versus Personal: Son of John and Mariska Gibson…Has one brother, High School: Played lacrosse and soccer at Kent Denver…Randolph-Macon, as he torched the ODAC for 19 goals and six Hunter …Jack’s father, John Gibson (HSC class of 1982) is a Earned All-State in lacrosse as a junior and as a senior...Helpedassists. member of the Hampden-Sydney Athletic Hall of Fame and lead the defense on the Kent Denver team that went unde- holds Tiger lacrosse records for most career goals, most career feated and won the State Championship in 2008…Also anHigh School: A four-sport athlete who played soccer, football, points, and most goals for a single season. All-Conference performer in soccer.basketball, and lacrosse at Christchurch…All-time leading goalscorer at Christchurch. VIEW FULL BIO Personal: Son of John and Ann Pritzlaff...Both of his brothers, John ‘06 and Alex ‘08 were All-American defenders at Hamp-Personal: Son of Butch Keller and Anne Allen...Has two siblings, den-Sydney.Casey and Sam. VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 26. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club PlayeRs - JunioRs 21 22 35 36 David Beman Carter Mavro- Clark Reed Nate Norbo Junior matis Junior Junior Midfielder Junior Defender Defender 5-8 Midfielder 5-11 6-0 175 5-10 180 195 Alpharetta, GA/Alpharetta 160 Norfolk, VA/Norfolk Waterford, VA/Loudon Va. Beach, VA/Cape Henry Academy Valley The Book on Beman: A The Book on Mavromatis: A The Book on Reed: A left- The Book on Norbo: One of scrappy player and hard throwback midfielder who handed defenseman, Reed the physically strongest play- worker, Beman has improved can do it all, Mavromatis will compete for a spot on ers on the team, Norbo has his shot in the off-season and was the Tigers’ top short close defense. a great understanding forwill compete primarily as a defensive midfielder in 2011. stick face-off wing man, leading the team in ground balls with the game and defensive schemes…Will be one of the leaders 59…Also plays excellent defense and started numerous transi- College: Saw action in five contests, accumulating one on the Tiger defense as well as the team.College: Saw a big boost in playing time in his second season ... tion scoring opportunities with his great speed…Will look to groundball and one caused turnover ... Played in five gamesSaw action in 14 games ... Beman played in four games in 2009. make a name for himself not only in the ODAC, but also on and picked up two groundballs as a freshman in 2009…All- College: Played in 17 games and started four in his first year the national level. ODAC Academic honoree with the team as a sophomore ... Scored one goal and handedHigh School: Played lacrosse and ice hockey at Alpharetta out one assist ... Also collected 31 groundballs ... Enters his firstHigh School...Captained both teams as a senior...Also earned College: A go to player on offense, Carter was one of the top High School: Played lacrosse and football at Norfolk Acad- season as a Tiger after transferring from Fairfield University inAll-State honors in lacrosse his senior season. distributors on the team in 2010, checking in second with 22 emy...Was an All-TCIS honoree as a defender in lacrosse his 2010…Very impressive player in fall workouts assists ... Also scored 17 goals to total 39 points ... Grabbed 44 senior season.Personal: Son of Tommy and Karen Beman...Has one sister, groundballs, amongst the top on the team ... As a freshman in High School: Norbo was a standout in three sports, lacrosse,Rebecca. 2009, Mavromatis established himself as one of the top mid- Personal: Son of William and Pamela Reed...Has one sister, wrestling and football, at Loudon Valley High School…Earned fielders and all-around players in the ODAC… Scored 12 goals Elizabeth. All-American honors as a senior in lacrosse; in addition, Norbo VIEW FULL BIO and recorded 18 assists for 30 total points. was a two-time All-Region and a two-time All-District selec- VIEW FULL BIO tion…As a wrestler, Norbo was the two-time District Champi- High School: A three sport athlete who excelled in basketball, on, a two year captain, and was twice ranked 5th place in the soccer, and lacrosse at Cape Henry Collegiate…First team state among AAA high schools. All-TCIS honoree in soccer, earning team MVP honors…In lacrosse, Mavromatis was named first team All-TCIS as well as Personal: Son of Kirk and Luann Norbo…Has two brothers the team’s MVP. who both attended HSC, Justin ’06 and Kristoffer ’09. Personal: Son of Jack and Tammy Mavromatis...Has one VIEW FULL BIO brother, Corey. VIEW FULL BIO 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 27. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club PlayeRs - soPHoMoRes 1 2 7 8 Trent Joyner Jess Hawthorne Jacob Oliver Brad Mostowy Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Midfielder Midfielder Midfielder Midfielder 5-7 5-10 5-8 5-10 175 165 170 180 Stem, NC/Christchurch Richmond, VA/Collegiate Richmond, VA/Collegiate Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawl- ing (NY) The Book on Joyner: Joyner’s The Book on Hawthorne: The Book on Oliver: Oliver The Book on Mostowy: Mos- strength and athleticism will Hawthorne looks to make will compete for time at the towy will be a major asset help strengthen the defen- a bigger impact on one of defensive midfield this year. for the Tigers at the face-off sive midfield for H-SC. the Tigers’ top two offensive X, and will play a significant midfield lines after a strong freshman season. College: Saw the field in nine games as a freshman, scoring role in the midfield for 2010.College: Played in four games in his first season ... Tallied one goal with three groundballs and two caused turnovers.three groundballs. College: Received two starts while playing in 15 games as a College: Made an instant impact as a freshman ... Played all 18 freshman ... Scored three times and assisted on another score High School: Member of the lacrosse and football teams at games along with three starts ... The top faceoff man on theHigh School: Serving as captain, Joyner earned 2nd Team along with 17 groundballs ... Also went 12-23 on faceoffs. Collegiate…Versatile midfielder that played both short stick team, Mostowy went 148-290 at the X and had a team-highAll-Prep honors as a midfielder…His senior year, he served as and long stick in his senior year. 92 groundballs, which ranked him second in the ODAC ... Alsocaptain of the football team at Christchurch High School: Earned 1st Team All-State honors in lacrosse and contributed offensively with six goals and two assists for eight was named two-time All-Prep as well as two-time Team MVP Personal: Son of James and Cindy Oliver…Has one brother, points.Personal: Son of Cleveland and Angela Battle…Has two Sib- at Collegiate…Member of the football and basketball teams. James who attends Hampden-Sydney College.lings, Cleveland and Sierra. High School: Played lacrosse and football at Alpharetta High Personal: Son of J.V. and Sally Hawthorne…Has two siblings, VIEW FULL BIO School…Serving as captain, he earned high-school All-Ameri- VIEW FULL BIO Cole and Annie. can and All-State honors in lacrosse at Alpharetta…Completed a post-graduate year at Trinity Pawling where he served as VIEW FULL BIO captain and earned 1st team All-New England honors for his midfield play on offense and at the face-off X. Personal: Son of Ben Mostowy and Lynn Lopiano…Has three sisters, Tara, Leah, and Paige. VIEW FULL BIO 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 28. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club PlayeRs - soPHoMoRes 16 20 28 29 Cameron Shep- Ryan Martin Cody Hornung Evan Cumalander pard Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Attack Goalkeeper Defender Defender 6-5 5-8 5-10 6-2 205 160 175 200 Midlothian, VA/Cosby Bala Cynwyd, PA/Lower Cary, NC/Athens Drive Denver, CO/Kent Denver Merion The Book on Sheppard: The Book on Martin: The Book on Hornung: An The Book on Cumalander: Sheppard possesses the With exceptional size and impressive stopper, Hor- Cumalander has worked strength and athleticism to strength, Martin will be a nung was impressive in fall hard in the weight room and play a significant role on the difficult weapon for oppos- workouts and will compete has a competitive drive...WillTiger defense in 2011. ing defenses to stop…With an impressive offensive prowess, he for time in the cage in 2010. add great depth to an exciting Tiger defense in 2011. will make an immediate impact for the Tiger attack in 2010.College: Saw action in 10 games on the defense in 2010 ... College: As a freshman, Played in 10 games and received two College: Saw action in four games in 2010.Scooped up three groundballs with three caused turnovers. College: Made an immediate impact on the offense in his starts in the cage ... In 174 minutes, boasted an 8.28 GAA and freshman year ... Played in all 18 games with 10 starts ... Scored a .586 save percentage with a 2-0 record. High School: Earned First Team All-Conference three times asHigh School: Earned 1st Team All-State on defense for peren- eight goals and handed out nine assists for 17 points. a defender for Athens Drive…As a three-time captain, Cuma-nial Colorado power, Kent Denver High School…He was also High School: Earned Second Team All-League twice as a goalie lander was also honored Academic All-Conference.an exceptional goalie for Kent Denver’s soccer team. High School: Served as captain of the Richmond Shock his at Lower Merion HS…For his play in the cage and a 21 save senior season. performance in the Pennsylvania State Tournament, Hornung Personal: Son of Mark and Tanya Cumalander...Has onePersonal: Son of Tracy Sheppard…Has one sibling, Aaron. received the Lenihan Award at Lower Merion. brother Brennan. Personal: Son of Bruce and Annette Martin...Has one sister, VIEW FULL BIO Ashley. Personal: Son of Jim and Faithe Hornung…Has one sister, Cara. VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 29. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club PlayeRs - soPHoMoRes PlayeRs - FResHMan 45 47 50 5 Derek Fimian Burke Best Austin Black Bobby Fulton Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Attack Defender Goalie Midfielder 6-2 5-10 6-0 6-0 175 195 170 200 Norfolk, VA/Maury Virginia Beach, VA/Nor- Dallas, TX/Plano Atlanta, GA/Wesleyan folk Academy College: Earned a spot on The Book on Best: Best con- The Book on Black: Impres- College: Looks to make an the Tiger lacrosse team as tinues to work in the weight sive in fall workouts, Black immediate impact offensively a sophomore in the fall… room to gain a spot on the has exceptional work ethic and defensively after earning a Will add depth to the Tiger Tiger defense. and stick skills and will com- spot on the Tigers’ experiencedattack in 2011. pete for time in the cage in 2010. first midfield line in the fall…Also emerged as a young leader in the weight room in fall workouts. College: Appeared in five games in his first season with theHigh School: Played four years of lacrosse at Maury High TIgers College: Played between the pipes in 12 games ... In 111 min- High School: Earned First-Team All-State and All Region honorsSchool…Named Team MVP in 2007… utes, posted a goals against average of 9.17 along with a .541 in lacrosse, scoring 33 goals and 20 assists as a senior at Wesleyan High School: Member of the lacrosse and football teams at save percentage. School…Was named the Georgia Class A Defensive Player of the YearPersonal: Son of Mark and Elizabeth Fimian. Norfolk Academy…Earned All-Prep honors as a close defender. in football in 2009 after recording 130 tackles as an outside lineback- High School: Earned All-District honors in lacrosse as a goalie er…Earned First-Team All-State in football as a junior and senior, VIEW FULL BIO Personal: Son of Richard and Anita Best…Has two brothers, at Plano…As a member of the cross-country team, he received leading Wesleyan school to a State Championship in 2008. David and Clay. All-District honors multiple times as a runner Personal: Son of Skip and Cyndi Fulton…Has one sister, Katie. VIEW FULL BIO Personal: Son of Brian and Connie Black…Has one sister, Bailie. VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO 10 Chase Brown Freshman Midfielder 6-2 190 Atlanta, GA/Holy Inno- cents’ College: An athlete with good size, athleticism and shot on the run, Brown will compete for a role on one of the Tigers’ top three midfield lines. High School: A three-sport athlete, Brown excelled in lacrosse, foot- ball and basketball at Holy Innocents’…Earned First-Team All-State honors in lacrosse as a senior and was also named offensive MVP at Holy Innocents’ after scoring 40 goals…Captained the football team earning All-Region honors and Most Outstanding Linebacker on the team after recording 104 tackles as a senior. Personal: Son of Rickman and Paige Brown…Has one sister, Morgan. VIEW FULL BIO 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
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Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse 201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club PlayeRs - FResHMan 17 23 31 32 Matt Kusel Mac Foley Matt Stockinger Arley Morelock Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Midfielder Defender Defender Midfielder 6-2 5-10 6-3 5-10 175 165 195 175 Ridgewood, NJ/Ridge- Richmond, VA/Collegiate Houston, TX/Klein Frankfurt, Germany/ wood Frankfurt International College: With good size and College: With impressive speed College: A rangy and athletic College: A great athlete with athleticism, Kusel will add and a nose for ground balls, LSM, Stockinger is an extremely speed and strength who can depth to the Tiger midfield as Foley showed very well in fall hard worker in the weight- run all day, Morelock will practices…Will see time at LSM compete for a role at defensive he competes for a role on one room…Will add depth to the midfield this spring.of the top three lines. and will compete for the starting role this spring. position and compete for time at LSM. High School: A four-sport athlete, Morelock played lacrosse, rugby, High School: A three-sport athlete, Foley played four years lacrosse, track and field and cross country at Frankfurt International School inHigh School: A two-sport athlete, Kusel played three years of varsity High School: A three-sport athlete, Stockinger played four years of football and basketball at Collegiate School…Tallied 70 gbs with Germany…Played six years of lacrosse at and earned a on the Germanlacrosse for a very talented program at Ridgewood High School… three assists and one goal his senior season in lacrosse…Also played varsity lacrosse at Klein High School…Also played four years of foot- National Lacrosse Team as a midfielder…Also played for the GermanAlso played four years of varsity hockey. in the Virginia Senior All-Star Game and earned Defensive MVP of ball and started as a defensive end and outside linebacker…Ran one National U21 Lacrosse Team under Coach Jack Kaley…Ran four years the game honors…As a safety in football, Foley recorded 65 tackles year of track. of cross country, earning MVP honors four times and being named All-Personal: Son of Dave and Kim Kusel…Has one sister, Stephanie. with four interceptions, three fumble recoveries and one touchdown European Captain… Morelock played four years of track…Three-time his senior season. Personal: Son of Mike and Rhonda Stockinger...Has two siblings, MVP and was named All-European Captain…Also played two years of rugby, serving as co-captain and earning the Spirit of Rugby Award. VIEW FULL BIO Chris (a freshman defenseman at HSC) and Sydney. Personal: Son of Rusty and Esther Foley…Has one sister, Liza. Personal: Son of Les and Anne Morelock…Has two siblings, Jack and VIEW FULL BIO Caroline. VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO 27 33 Will Janney Chris Stockinger 37 24 Freshman Luke Driscoll Freshman Matt Freeman Goalkeeper Defender Freshman Freshman 6-2 Midfielder 6-0 Midfielder 195 5-11 205 5-10 Richmond, VA/Bridgton 175 Houston, TX/Klein 180 Academy Leesburg, VA/Loudoun Virginia Beach, VA/Nor- County folk Academy College: A big lefty goalie who College: Showed well in fall throws very good outlet passes, practices…A hard worker in College: A savvy midfielder, College: With good speed and Janney showed well in the fall Driscoll will add depth to the Ti- the weight room with great ger midfield as he competes for athleticism, Freeman will add and will compete for the start- strength and size, Stockinger a role on one of the offensive depth to the Tiger midfield as ing job this spring. will compete for a role at close defense this spring. lines this spring. he competes for a role on oneof the top three midfield lines. High School: A two sport-athlete, Janney played lacrosse and foot- High School: Stockinger played four years of lacrosse and four High School: Played lacrosse, basketball and golf at Loudon County High ball at Douglas Freeman High School, before completing a post-grad- School…A team captain, Driscoll played four years of lacrosse scoring 29 years of football at Klein High School…A team captain in lacrosse, goals and 21 assists…Played in the US Lacrosse National Senior ShowcaseHigh School: Played four years of varsity lacrosse at Norfolk Acad- uate year at Bridgton Academy…In lacrosse, Janney captained the Stockinger earned All-State and All-District honors as well as being as part of the ESPN the Rise Games in Lake Buena Vista, FL, following hisemy…Also played two years with Virginia Elite club…A two sport team and earned Team MVP at Douglas Freeman…In 2010, Janney named the team’s defensive MVP…Also a team captain in football, senior season…Also played one year for NOVA West Lacrosse…Playedathlete, Freeman also played one year of football as a running back completed a PG year for a great lacrosse program at Bridgton, where Stockinger earned All-District and All-Academic honors as a middle two years of basketball and one year of golf.and linebacker. he earned the starting job in the goal. linebacker. Personal: Son of David and Cheryl Driscoll…Has one brother, Blake. Personal: Son of Mac and Jane Janney…Has three siblings, Mac, Driscoll’s cousin, D.J., played lacrosse at Notre Dame and currentlyPersonal: Son of Steve and Nancy Freeman…Has two brothers, Ben Personal: Son of Mike and Rhonda Stockinger…Has two siblings, is a member of the United States National Team and the Chicagoand Barclay. Philip, and Rebecca. Matt (a freshman LSM at HSC) and Sydney. Machine of Major League Lacrosse. VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 31. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club PlayeRs - FResHMan 38 39 Andrew Grover Nate Ott Freshman Freshman Defender Defender 6-1 5-10 205 170 Charlottesville, VA/Bene- Virginia Beach, VA/Nor- dictine folk Academy College: Sat most of the fall College: Also a member of with a broken wrist, but has the Tiger soccer team, Ott is good size and will add depth extremely athletic and competi- to the Tiger defense this spring tive and is expected to immedi-as he competes for a role. ately compete for a regular role at LSM or close defense this spring. High School: A two-sport high school athlete, Ott played four yearsHigh School: Grover enters his first year as a Tiger after transferring of varsity lacrosse and five years of soccer at Norfolk Academy…Infrom Division II Lee’s McRae College…Played lacrosse at Benedictine lacrosse, Ott earned First-Team All-TCIS, All-Prep and All-State honorsHigh School…Captained the team and earned All-State, All-Confer- as a senior…Also a standout in soccer, Ott earned All-TCIS, All-Prepence and Defensive MVP honors his senior season. and All-State honors as a sophomore, junior and senior, and earned Regional All-American honors as a senior.Personal: Son of Robert and Brenda Grover…Has one sister, SarahGrover. Personal: Son of Mike and Shawn Ott ... Has three brothers, Chat, Drew, and Dayton VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO 41 42 Ned Bowden Eric Gorsline Freshman Freshman Defender Attack 6-4 6-4 200 240 Crozier, VA/Collegiate Virginia Beach, VA/Nor- folk Academy College: A tall and rangy lefty, College: A two-sport athlete Bowden showed well in fall at Hampden-Sydney, Gorsline practices and is expected to is also a tight end on the Tiger compete for an important role football team…With tremen-for the Tigers at either LSM or close defense. dous size and versatility, Gorsline is expected to immediately com- pete for a role on the Tiger attack or top midfield lines.High School: A three-sport athlete, Bowden played lacrosse, foot-ball and basketball at Collegiate School…Earned All-Prep honors as High School: A three sport athlete and captain at Norfolk Academy,a defenseman in lacrosse his senior season…Also, Bowden played Gorsline played four years of varsity lacrosse, football and basket-two years with Virginia Elite and made the All-Star team at Top 205 ball…Captained the lacrosse team and earned 1st Team All-TCIS, All- Prep and All-State honors his senior season after scoring 55 goals andLacrosse Camp in the summer of 2009…Played defensive end in foot- 25 assists…Captain of the Bulldog’s football team as a linebacker andball and center in basketball. tight end…Played center in basketball and led his team as a captain as well.Personal: Son of Marshall and Martha Bowden…Has two siblings,Harrison and Clay. Personal: Son of Ron and Linda Gorsline…Has one sister, Krissy. VIEW FULL BIO VIEW FULL BIO 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 32. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2010 season Cole Hawthorne 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 33. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2010 season ReCaPThe 2010 Tigers completed an Whit Kelley, Andrew O’Shea, Senior defenseman and tional unit with a combinedexciting season with a 13-5 re- Hunter Phillips, Joe Severns, Captain Daniel Martin had 3.6 CGPA, including sopho-cord, tying the single-season Peter Squire and Mario Wash- another great season, shut- more Carter Mavromatislacrosse record for victories, ington. This was one of the ting down the opponents (Pre-dental), junior Coleand a 19th national ranking. most exceptional recruiting top attack man. One of the Hawthorne (Pre-med) andWe enjoyed some very fine classes to attend Hampden- top defensemen in program senior Kyle Jett (Economics).moments and highlights this Sydney in program history. All history, Daniel earned Honor-season including an excit- of these men contributed to able mention All-American HAMPDEN-SYDNEY DEAN’Sing victory at 13th ranked the successful 2010 season and honors after also being voted LIST:nationally Washington and to four good years. to the All-ODAC First Team in The following of our stu-Lee, and victories over ODAC 2009 and 2010. dent-athletes were namedrivals Virginia Wesleyan Senior Captain Kyle Jett had to the Hampden-Sydneyand Randolph-Macon. The an exceptional season leading ALL-ODAC PERFORMERS: Dean’s list this past spring:Tigers were undefeated on the ODAC in midfield scor- Seven Tiger student-athletes Burke Best, Alex Clay, Benthe road during the regular ing with 68 points. Kyle was were voted to the All-ODAC Clarke, Jack Gibson, Ryanseason with a 7-game away- also voted the Player of the Team by opponent coaches: Grodzki, Cole Hawthorne,game winning streak. That Year and the Scholar Athlete Whit Kelley, Dudley Locke,streak was broken in the kyle Jett of the Year in the ODAC. At Daniel Martin Thomas Hovis whit kelley Jake McDonald, and Hunter the All-American banquet in Phillips. ODAC Semi-final game at Baltimore, Kyle was recognized with Academic All-American First Team: Micah Keller, Lynchburg when the Tigers honors and USILA All-American honors (2nd Team). Kyle also Kyle Jett, and Daniel Mar- ALL-ODAC ACADEMIC TEAM (over a 3.2 for the school year): dropped a hard-fought, represented Hampden-Sydney in the North-South Game. tin. 2nd Team: Ben Clarke. Alex Clay, Jack Gibson, Ryan Grodzki, Cole Hawthorne, Kyle 7-10 decision. Thanks to the Honorable Mention: Cole Jett, Whit Kelley, Dudley Locke, Carter Mavromatis, Jake Mc- dedication and hard work Jett’s 68 points by a Tiger midfielder in a single season sur- Hawthorne, Thomas Hovis Donald, and Hunter Phillips. by senior parent, Mr. Arthur passes both Jason Rostan (2003 - 2nd) and and Andrew Pritzlaff Kelley, you may find many Jeff Jackson (1988 - 1st) for the number one excellent highlights of H-SC spot. (After graduating from Hampden- ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT: Lacrosse 2010 by clicking Sydney in 1988, Jeff Jackson went on to Our 2010 team was excep- here. play for the 1990 USA Team and World tional academically with a Champions, one of only three D-III play- 3.12 in-season grade point The program will miss an ers to ever play for a USA Team). Jett’s average. More than one-half outstanding senior class of 145 career points now places him second our team maintains over a Captains Mark Bagby, all-time among Tiger midfielders at 3.1 cumulative average. Our Kyle Jett and Dan- Hampden-Sydney (only behind Jeff 1st midfield was an excep- Jackson). His 39 goals this season kevin Coats iel Martin, as well Mark bagby as Kevin Coats, surpass his career high set last Thomas Hovis, year, and his 29 assists are a new career high. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 34. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off  Club  2010 sTaTisTiCs         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2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 35. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2010 GaMe ReCaPs Game One: Mary Washington Game Two: #3 Gettysburg Hampden-Sydney 11 Hampden-Sydney 10 Mary Washington 7 Gettysburg 17 Hampden-Sydney, VA • February 20 Hampden-Sydney, VA • February 27 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA - The Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team opened HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA - It was a tale of two halves today at Lewis C. up their 2010 season with an 11-7 win over the Eagles of the University Everett Stadium as the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team fell to #3 Gettys- of Mary Washington on Saturday at Hellmuth-Pritzlaff Field. Seven burg College. After leading at the end of the first three quarters, the different players scored for the Tigers, led by senior attack Kevin Coats Tigers were unable to hold off the Bullets in the fourth period, eventu- (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle) who scored 4 goals. ally falling by a margin of 17-10. The Tigers got on the scoreboard just 30 seconds into the game when Hampden-Sydney opened the game employing a deliberate game plan senior midfielder Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk) scored and worked it to perfection in the first quarter. Sophomore Micah an unassisted goal. Mary Washington got onto the board 4 minutes Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) opened the scoring for the home later when Brian Meaney found the back of the net. Hampden-Sydney squad with his first goal of the season just two minutes into the game. responded just 30 seconds later when Coats scored his first goal on an Freshman Ryan Martin (Midlothian, VA/Cosby) scored a goal two min- assist from sophomore Carter Mavromatis (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape utes later on an assist from sophomore Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/ Henry). The Eagles responded with a goal of their own a minute later, Norfolk Academy), and the fired-up home squad took advantage of before both teams buckled down on defense and shut each other out their momentum. Junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) for the remainder of the period. scored two straight goals, followed by a tally from Clarke to close the first quarter with a 5-0 lead. Mary Washington took their only lead of the game 4 minutes into the second quarter on a man-up opportunity, but the Tigers responded just Keller opened the second quarter the same as the first, finding the back 14 seconds later when freshman Ryan Martin (Midlothian, VA/Cosby) of the net just 12 seconds into the period on assist from Kyle Jett (Suf- notched his first career goal to knot the score at 3. Neither team was folk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk). Gettysburg first got onto the scoreboard able to score again until junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Colle- 3 minutes later on a goal from Kyle McGrath, but Keller answered back giate) found the back of the twine with just 14 seconds left to give the with 5 minutes remaining in the half to put the Tigers up 7-1. Gettys- Tigers a 4-3 halftime lead. burg’s Chris Cahill was able to find the net twice more in the stanza to make the halftime score 7-3 in favor of Hampden-Sydney. Hampden-Sydney came out with guns blazing in the third quarter, scoring three straight goals in the first three and a half minutes. Coats Hawthorne opened the second-half scoring, beating the Gettysburg scored two while Mavromatis scored the other during the spurt. The goaltender two minutes into the third quarter to secure a hat trick. two teams traded goals over the next five minutes, each scoring two The rest of the quarter belonged to the Bullets, despite goals from during the stretch. Coats punctuated the big third quarter for the Keller and sophomore Carter Mavromatis (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape kyle Jett Tigers on a goal with a minute and a half left off of a nice assist from Henry), as they outscored the Tigers 6-2, including a Kyle McGrath goal Daniel Martin Jett to make the score 10-5. with just two seconds remaining in the period. The game headed to the fourth quarter with Hampden-Sydney clinging to a 10-9 lead.Mary Washington got off to a quick start in the fourth quarter with a goal just 35 seconds into the frame, but the Tigers re-sponded a few minutes later when senior Andrew O’Shea (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) scored on an assist from Hawthorne. The Gettysburg struck first just one minute into the fourth quarter and seized the momentum from that point on, going on toHampden-Sydney defense buckled down over the rest of the quarter, allowing only one more goal to punctuate their solid day. score eight goals in the period while blanking the Tigers. Several Hampden-Sydney players put forth solid efforts against theSenior goalie Mark Bagby (Boston, MA/Marshfield) was solid between the pipes all day, stopping 14 shots. defending national runner-up, including Keller’s four goals and one assist and Hawthorne’s three goals and two assists. Clarke contributed three helpers to go with his one goal. Peter Foley (McLean, VA/Langley), Andrew Pritzlaff (Castle Rock, CO/KentOn the day, the Tigers outshot Mary Washington 39 to 31, while the Eagles collected 40 ground balls to the Tigers’ 37. In addi- Denver), and Brad Mostowy (Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) each contributed four ground balls to pace the Tigers.tion to Coats’ four goals, Mavromatis had a solid game with three assists to go along with two goals and six ground balls. Haw-thorne also picked up five ground balls to go along with his goal and two assists. With the win, Hampden-Sydney improves to On the day, Gettysburg outshot Hampden-Sydney 37 to 20, and scooped up 37 ground balls to the Tigers’ 33. With the loss,1-0 overall. Hampden-Sydney falls to 1-1 on this young 2010 season. VIEW BOx SCORE VIEW BOx SCORE 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 36. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2010 GaMe ReCaPs Game Three: #13 Cabrini Game Four: Marymount Hampden-Sydney 6 Hampden-Sydney 14 Carbini 11 Marymount 8 Hampden-Sydney, VA • March 3 Arlington, VA • March 6 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA - The Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team’s fourth ARLINGTON, VA - The Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team evened their 2010 quarter rally was not quite enough to push them over the hump as record at 2-2 with a solid 14-8 win over the Saints of Marymount Uni- the Tigers fell to #13 nationally ranked Cabrini College. On a cold and versity on Saturday night. After a 5-5 tie in the third quarter, the Tigers rainy day at Hellmuth-Pritzlaff turf field, Hampden-Sydney was unable used a nine-goal spurt to take a commanding lead that they would not to get anything going early on and the early deficit proved too much relinquish. Hampden-Sydney was led on the day by senior midfielder for the home squad, as Cabrini prevailed 11-6. Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk), who scored four goals. Cabrini opened the scoring two minutes into the game on goal by Marymount got onto the scoreboard first, scoring a goal on an extra- James Barraclough, but from there the Tiger defense really stepped up man opportunity three minutes into the game. Jett, however, respond- their intensity and focus, shutting out the Cavaliers for the remainder ed with a goal of his own just moments later, and a Cole Hawthorne of the quarter. Despite outshooting Cabrini 8-4, scooping 12 ground (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) goal with eight minutes left in the quarter balls to Cabrini’s 7, and winning both face-offs, Hampden-Sydney was gave the Tigers their first lead of the game. The quarter would end unable to find the back of the net in the quarter. with Hampden-Sydney leading 2-1. Cabrini was again able to strike first in the second quarter, this time The Saints again struck first in the second quarter, finding the net just scoring three straight goals in the first two minutes of the period. 15 seconds into the period, but sophomore Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, The Tigers finally made it onto the scoreboard at the 8:46 mark when VA/Norfolk Academy) answered right back a minute later with a goal of senior Whit Kelley (Raleigh, NC/Ravenscroft) made an inspired effort his own. Marymount scored once more in the quarter, and Tiger sopho- to beat a defender and the goalie. Just one minute later, sophomores more Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) capped off the first half Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA) and Carter Mavromatis (Virginia scoring with a goal on an assist from sophomore Carter Mavromatis Beach, VA/Cape Henry) were able to team up to score, when Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry) to give the Tigers a 4-3 halftime lead. found Mavromatis, who buried a shot to bring the score to 4-2. Cabri- ni, however, was able to respond with two more goals before halftime Jett opened up the second half scoring with a strike three minutes into to make the score 6-2 at the break. the third quarter to give the Tigers a 5-3 lead, their largest lead up to that point. Marymount, however, responded with two quick goals After a third quarter during which Cabrini scored three goals, the in less than a minute to knot the score at 5-5. Undeterred, the Tigers Tigers came flying back to make things interesting. The run started buckled down and began their game-breaking nine goal run that two minutes into the final quarter when senior Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/ stretched through the majority of the third and fourth quarters. Haw- Nansemond Suffolk) found sophomore Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/ thorne got things started, finding the twine with nine minutes left in Mark bagby Christchurch) for a goal. Two minutes later, the pair connected again the third quarter. Two more goals from Jett, another from Hawthorne, Carter Mavromatis to bring the score to 9-4. After a Cabrini goal from Paul Skulski, Jett and a strike from freshman Ryan Martin (Midlothian, VA/Cosby) madepicked up his third assist of the game on freshman Brad Mostowy’s (Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) first career goal. Two minutes the score at the end of the third quarter 10-5 in favor of Hampden-Sydney.later, Mavromatis scored his second goal of the game off of a nice pass from junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate)to bring the score to 10-6. Despite the late run, the Tigers did not have enough time to make up the rest of the deficit, falling The Tigers pushed the pedal down to open the fourth quarter, as senior Kevin Coats (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle) scored twoby a final margin of 11-6. goals in two minutes. Clarke and Keller added two more goals to push the lead to its largest of the game at 14-5 with six min- utes left in the game. Marymount scored three goals late, but the Tiger lead was too much, and Hampden-Sydney prevailed byDespite the loss, several Hampden-Sydney players turned in impressive efforts. Mostowy, in addition to grabbing a team-high 6 a final score of 14-8.ground balls, won 10 out of 15 faceoffs. Senior defenseman Daniel Martin (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle) smothered preseasonNational Player of the Year candidate Casey Grugan, harassing him all game long. Senior goalie Mark Bagby (Boston, MA/ On the night, the Tigers converted on an impressive four out of six extra-man opportunities, and scooped up 34 ground ballsMarshfield) made some impressive one-on-one saves as well. to Marymount’s 26. Freshman Brad Mostowy (Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) led Hampden-Sydney with eight ground balls, and Keller chipped in with five. Senior goalie Mark Bagby (Boston, MA/Marshfield) was again solid between the pipes, making 11On the day, Cabrini outshot Hampden-Sydney 39 to 31, and scooped up 42 ground balls to the Tigers’ 41. The Tigers took 11 of saves in his 48 minutes of action.20 faceoffs. With the loss, Hampden-Sydney falls to 1-2 on the season. VIEW BOx SCORE VIEW BOx SCORE 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 37. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2010 GaMe ReCaPs Game Five: Washington College Game Six: Elizabethtown Hampden-Sydney 17 Hampden-Sydney 13 Washington College 8 Elizabethtown 6 Chestertown, MD • March 10 Hampden-Sydney, VA • March 13 CHESTERTOWN, MD (March 10, 2010)-After building a 6-1 lead in the HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA (March 13, 2010)- The Hampden-Sydney lacrosse first quarter over host Washington College, Hampden-Sydney contin- team put together a complete team effort today at Hellmuth-Pritzlaff ued to flex its offensive firepower by tacking on eight more goals in Field, beating Elizabethtown College convincingly by a score of 13- the second quarter to take a 14-4 advantage at halftime. The Tigers 6. The Tigers were led by sophomore Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/ held on in the second half to take a convincing 17-8 win over the Christchurch), who scored four goals and added an assist. The Hamp- Shoremen. In the win, senior midfielder Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nanse- den-Sydney defense was rock solid all day long, consistently shutting mond-Suffolk) had his breakout game of the season with a game-high down the Blue Jay attack. seven points on three goals and four assists. Jett put his team on the scoreboard early with a goal just a minute and Freshman Brad Mostowy (Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) set the tone for a half into the game. Just one minute later, sophomore Nate Cundy the Tigers right out of the gate, winning the opening faceoff, scooping (Midlothian, VA/James River) found the net for the second time this up the ground ball and streaking through the defense before unleash- season to make it a 2-0 Tiger lead. ing a shot that beat the Elizabethtown goalie. The Tigers would never look back, adding a Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk) goal five The goals continued to come for Hampden-Sydney, and after two Ben minutes later, a Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) goal with Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy) goals, the Tigers lead 6-0 one minute left in the period, and a Keller buzzer beater with one sec- with two minutes remaining in the first stanza. ond left to give the home squad a 4-1 first quarter lead. With just 29 seconds remaining in the opening quarter, however, Senior Kevin Coats (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle) opened up the Washington attack Matt Lewis broke the drought with a goal. second quarter scoring with a strike just a minute in on an assist from Hampden-Sydney came back in the second quarter to reel off three Keller. Keller then scored two more goals sandwiched around an more goals with one from senior Whit Kelley (Raleigh, NC/Ravenscroft) Elizabethtown goal to give Hampden-Sydney a 7-2 halftime lead. The and two from junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate). Over defensive effort in the first half by the Tigers was the most impressive the next three minutes, Hampden-Sydney and Washington would performance so far this season, allowing the Blue Jays only three total trade three goals a piece to give the Tigers a commanding 11-4 lead. shots, while scooping up 16 ground balls to the Blue Jays’ 8. Jett and sophomore Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) fin- Hampden-Sydney came out of the halftime break with the same intensi- ished off the half with three unanswered goals to take a 14-4 halftime ty that it had in the first stanza, scoring three straight goals to blow the advantage. game wide open. Sophomore Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy) got things started with an unassisted strike just one minute nate Cundy Though Washington would score the first goal of the second half, 14-5 into the half. Senior Whit Kelley (Raleigh, NC/Ravenscroft) followed kevin Coats would be as close as they would come with Clarke, Jett and Hawthorne all scoring in the quarter to put the game all but out of reach at 17-5 that with a goal on an assist from senior Andrew O’Shea (Richmond,going into the final quarter. VA/Collegiate), before sophomore Nate Cundy (Midlothian, VA/James River) finished the spurt with a tally on one of sopho- more Carter Mavromatis’ (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry) three assists in the game. The two sides traded two goals apiece forShoreman Matt Lewis was able to find the net twice in the final stanza with teammate Jesse Speth also scoring to bring their the last four minutes of the quarter, with the score heading into the final period 12-4 in favor of Hampden-Sydney.team with nine, but they would come no closer than the final margin of 17-8. The fourth quarter saw valuable playing time for many of the Hampden-Sydney underclassmen, as nearly every player onWhile Jett recorded seven points, Clarke scored a game-high four goals while Keller and Hawthorne each added three. The the roster got some game action. Clarke scored the Tigers’ final goal of the game with six minutes remaining, and the homeTiger defense was impressive all day, holding the Shoremen to just eight goals while sophomore Andrew Pritzlaff (Castle Rock, squad finished the day with a convincing 13-6 win. Many players turned in outstanding efforts in the all-around team win. TheCO/Kent Denver) led the way causing five turnovers and junior Peter Foley (McLean, VA/Langley) scooped up six groundballs. defense, led by senior Daniel Martin (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle) was near impenetrable, allowing just six shots through the first three quarters of action. Martin caused two turnovers, as did sophomore David Beman (Alpharetta, GA/Alpharetta). Se-Senior net minder Mark Bagby (Boston, MA/Marshfield) was brilliant between the pipes recording 19 saves in just over 52 min-utes of work. nior goalie Mark Bagby (Boston, MA/Marshfield) was again impressive between the pipes, allowing just two goals in 40 minutes of action.Washington edged the Tigers in faceoffs winning 16 to the Tigers’ 12, while Hampden-Sydney’s Brad Mostowy (Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) won 11 of his 21 attempts. Hampden-Sydney, however, did dominate the ground balls scooping up 37 to the VIEW BOx SCOREShoremen’s 28. VIEW BOx SCORE 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 38. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2010 GaMe ReCaPs Game Seven: #8 Roanoke College Game Eight: Greensboro College Hampden-Sydney 10 Hampden-Sydney 15 Roanoke College 22 Greensboro College 6 Hampden-Sydney, VA • March 20 Greensboro, NC • March 27 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA - It was a tale of two halves today at Lewis GREENSBORO, NC (March 27, 2010)- The Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team C. Everett Stadium as the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team fell to #8 put together a complete effort today in their game against Greensboro Roanoke College. After fighting back from a second quarter deficit to College, topping the Pride by a score of 15-5. The five goals allowed was tie the game at six heading into halftime, the Tigers couldn’t keep up the Tiger defense’s best performance so far this season, and the 15 goal with the Maroons in the second half, eventually falling by a margin of output was also the second most goals scored in a game this year. With 22-10. the win, Hampden-Sydney maintained their perfect road record so far this season. Roanoke was able to score the first two goals of the game through the first five minutes of action, but the Tigers responded nicely. Ju- Sophomore Nate Cundy (Midlothian, VA/James River) set the tone for nior Nate Norbo (Waterford, VA/Loudoun Valley) got the Tigers on the Tigers early, scoring a goal four minutes into the action. Sophomore the scoreboard with a goal on a nice assist from sophomore Micah Carter Mavromatis (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry)followed Cundy’s goal Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) with nine minutes left in the first with a strike of his own less than 30 seconds later, before senior captain quarter. Sophomore Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy) Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk) scored with eight minutes left struck again for the Tigers with five minutes left in the quarter, before in the first quarter to give Hampden-Sydney an early 3-0 lead. Greens- sophomore Nate Cundy (Midlothian, VA/James River) scored a beau- boro was able to get on the scoreboard one minute later to make the tiful goal from his knees with 16 seconds left in the quarter to give first quarter score 3-1 in favor of the visitors. Hampden-Sydney its first lead of the day. The Tigers were able to dominate the majority of the second quarter, The Maroons came out of the break on fire, scoring four straight scoring five straight goals to start the action. Freshman Brad Mostowy goals to put them up 6-3. The resilient Tigers, however, would not (Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) started the second period scoring with a back down and answered back again. Clarke notched his second tally goal just one minute into play. Jett struck again minutes later, before of the day on an assist from sophomore Carter Mavromatis (Virginia junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) added a goal with nine Beach, VA/Cape Henry), before junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/ minutes left on the scoreboard. Senior Andrew O’Shea (Richmond, VA/ Collegiate) got in on the action with a goal on an assist from Clarke. Collegiate) struck next for the Tigers, before sophomore Micah Keller Senior captain Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk) punctuated (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) capped the spurt to make the score 8-1 with the comeback with a goal with 48 seconds remaining in the half to tie two minutes left in the half. Greensboro, however, did not give in and things up at six apiece heading into the break. fought back with three quick goals before the half to make the score 8-4. Roanoke again came flying out of the gates in the third quarter, scor- The Tigers were able to use some half time motivation to alleviate any whit kelley ing the first six goals of the second half. Hampden-Sydney again an- doubt about who was in control of the game, scoring the first four goals Mario washington swered with a run of their own on two goals from Jett and one from of the period to put some distance between the two teams. SophomoreClarke to give them each a hat trick and pull the Tigers within three at 12-9. Roanoke got one more goal before the quarter Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy) had an outstanding quarter, scoring Hampden-Sydney’s first three goals overended to make the score 13-9 heading into the final stanza. a nine minute span. Mostowy struck again with five minutes remaining in the quarter before Greensboro found the net late to make the third quarter score 12-5 in favor of the Tigers.Hampden-Sydney was able to break through first in the fourth quarter when freshman Brad Mostowy (Atlanta, GA/TrinityPawling) won the opening faceoff, scooped up the groundball, raced through the Roanoke defense and fired a shot past the Hampden-Sydney continued to wear Greensboro down in the fourth quarter, adding three more goals to secure the victory.goalie to bring the Tigers within three again at 13-10. From that point on, however, it was the Maroons who were able to take Clarke scored the first goal to give him four on the day, before senior Mario Washington (Charlottesville, VA/Western Albemar-control of the game, holding Hampden-Sydney scoreless the rest of the way on the way to the final score of 22-10. le) scored his first two goals of the season to seal the 15-5 win for the Tigers.Roanoke was able to take advantage of winning the faceoff battle 28 to 7 while also converting on 4 out of 5 extra man op- On the day, Clarke led the Tigers with four goals while Jett and Washington both added two. Keller paced Hampden-Sydneyportunities. Tiger goalies made 18 stops on the day. Jett and Clarke paced the Tigers with three goals apiece, and Clarke also with three assists and Hawthorne contributed two of his own. On the defensive end, senior captain Mark Bagby (Boston, MA/contributed three assists. Mavromatis led the Tigers in ground balls with six. Marshfield) was stellar in the goal, making 9 saves while allowing only five goals. The defensive unit, led by senior captain Daniel Martin (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle), junior Tim VanBenthuysen (Castle Rock, CO/Regis Jesuit) and sophomore Andrew VIEW BOx SCORE Pritzlaff (Castle Rock, CO/Kent Denver) repeatedly shut down the Pride attack. The Tigers outshot Greensboro 47-36, won the groundball battle 32-18, and were an impressive 6 for 10 on extra man opportunities. VIEW BOx SCORE 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 39. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2010 GaMe ReCaPs Game Nine: #13 Washington & Lee Game Ten: #14 Lynchburg College Hampden-Sydney 13 Hampden-Sydney 10 Washington & Lee 10 Lynchburg College 19 Lexington, VA • March 31 Hampden-Sydney, VA • April 3 LEXINGTON, VA - The Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team put together an HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA - The Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team fell behind outstanding effort on a warm spring night under the lights in Lexington, early to the number 14 ranked Lynchburg Hornets and were never able to dropping the #13 Washington and Lee Generals by a score of 13-10. The get going the rest of the game, ultimately falling 19-10. Lynchburg used Tigers never trailed in the contest, and with the win, maintained their perfect road record this season. their 7-2 first quarter momentum to hold off any Tiger challenges down the stretch. Sophomore Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) led Sophomore Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) opened up the the way for the Tigers, tallying a hat trick on the day. game’s scoring, finding the back of the twine seven minutes into the game after making a nice spin move to get open. Less than a minute Lynchburg got on the scoreboard first two minutes into the action, but later, Keller struck again off of a restart when he rifled a shot past the W&L goalie. Sophomore Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Acad- senior midfielder Thomas Hovis (Richmond, VA/St. Christopher’s) an- emy) struck for the Tigers two minutes later after outracing his defender swered right back for the Tigers 30 seconds later to knot the score at one. around the back of the net to give Hampden-Sydney a 3-0 lead. The The Hornets, however, responded with four straight goals before Keller Generals were able to score a late goal to make the first quarter score scored his first of the day on an assist from sophomore Carter Mavromatis 3-1 in favor of the Tigers. (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry) to bring the Tigers within three. Lynch- Hampden-Sydney again struck first in the second quarter, when fresh- burg was able to strike twice more in the quarter to make the score 7-2. man Ryan Martin (Midlothian, VA/Cosby) beat the keeper off of a nice setup from junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate). After a The second quarter was much more evenly matched with each team Generals’ goal, senior Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk) raced tallying four scores. The Tigers found the net first when Mavromatis through the defense and set up Keller for his third goal of the game again found Keller for a goal three minutes into the quarter. Lynchburg from point blank range with 8:29 left in the quarter. Three minutes later, senior Whit Kelley (Raleigh, NC/Ravenscroft) fired a shot that responded with a goal of their own just seconds later, but senior captain found the back of the net and gave Hampden-Sydney a 6-2 lead. On the Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk) took a pass from Keller and Tigers’ next offensive possession, a Hawthorne shot hit the pipe, and in buried it to bring the Tigers back within four. The back and forth action the ensuing scramble to scoop up the ground ball, Clarke was able to continued when Lynchburg found the net 40 seconds later, but Hamp- knock the ball past the keeper for his second tally of the day. A pair of den-Sydney again responded 45 seconds later when sophomore Ben late W&L goals made the score 7-4 in favor of the Tigers heading into the halftime break. Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy) scored on an assist from Jett. The Hornets then scored two goals before the Mavromatis-Keller The Tigers started the third quarter the same way as the first two, this combination struck for the third time to make the halftime score 11-6. time taking advantage of their first extra-man opportunity of the day. Keller zipped a pass from out top to a streaking Jett in front of the crease, Lynchburg was able to control much of the third quarter action, scoring and the captain was able to bury it for an 8-4 lead. W&L answered back, three goals. Senior Kevin Coats (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle) scored Hunter Phillips however, with a strike of their own just moments later. Undeterred, the a goal on an assist from Jett, but the Tigers faced a 14-7 deficit heading Peter squire Tigers drew another man-up opportunity and capitalized on it, with a goal from Clarke off of a Hawthorne assists to increase the advantage to into the final period. 9-5 with 6:52 left in the quarter. The Generals were again able to tackone on late and make the score heading into the final period 9-6 in favor of Hampden-Sydney. The Tigers continued to fight in the fourth quarter with junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) scoring two goalsKeeping with the game’s pattern, the Tigers scored first in the fourth quarter, three and a half minutes into the action. This and Jett chipping in another but it was not enough to overtake Lynchburg , resulting in a final score of 19-10.time, Jett beat his defender one on one and ripped a shot that beat the goalie and restored Hampden-Sydney’s four-goalcushion. The Generals responded less than a minute later with a goal of their own, before Clarke scored his fourth of the day With the loss Hampden-Sydney falls to 6-4 overall and 1-2 in the ODAC. All four of the Tigers losses, however, have comewith eight minutes left to play to give Hampden-Sydney an 11-7 lead. The Tigers pushed their lead to five moments later when against teams ranked in the top 15 nationally. In addition to Keller’s solid day, Jett had two goals and two assists, Hawthornesophomore Carter Mavromatis (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry) was able to find the net for his first goal of the day, before chipped in with two goals, and Mavromatis tallied three assists. Senior captain Daniel Martin (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle)Hawthorne scored one of his own one minute later to make the score 13-7. Washington & Lee was able to add three moregoals, but it was too little, too late as Hampden-Sydney held on for the big win. led the Tigers on defense, scooping up five ground balls and causing several turnovers.Clarke led the Tigers with four goals for the second consecutive game, while Keller added three and Jett chipped in with two. VIEW BOx SCOREHawthorne had two assists, and freshman Brad Mostowy (Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) grabbed eight ground balls. Despite be-ing outshot 36 to 26, Hampden-Sydney used accurate shooting to connect on an impressive 50% of their shots. Senior captainMark Bagby (Boston, MA/Marshfield) was again very solid in between the pipes, making several nice saves. Junior Jake McDon-ald (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) and sophomore Andrew Pritzlaff (Castle Rock, CO/Kent Denver) each caused two turnovers, andsenior captain Daniel Martin (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle) was his usual self, disrupting any offensive flow that the Generalstried to establish. VIEW BOx SCORE 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 40. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2010 GaMe ReCaPs Game Eleven: Virginia Wesleyan College Game Twelve: Whittier College Hampden-Sydney 13 Hampden-Sydney 17 Virginia Wesleyan 8 Whitter College 8 Hampden-Sydney, VA • April 7 Hampden-Sydney, VA • April 10 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA (April 7, 2010)- The Hampden-Sydney lacrosse HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA - The Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team jumped team jumped out to a 4-0 first quarter lead against ODAC foe Virginia out to a 5-0 first quarter lead against Whittier College and never looked Wesleyan today and never relinquished the lead, topping the Marlins by back, dropping the poets by a score of 17-8 today at a crowded Everett a score of 13-8. Sophomore Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) Stadium. The Tigers continued their solid play that has been on display scored a team season-high five goals and classmate Carter Mavromatis lately, and won for the seventh time in nine games. With the victory, Hampden-Sydney moves to 8-4 on the season, equaling last season’s final (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry) added a season-high four assists to lead win total. Sophomore Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) scored the Tigers. five goals for the second straight game to lead the Tigers, and senior cap- tain Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk) added four of his own. Hampden-Sydney was the aggressor from the opening face-off, with Mavromatis finding the net for the Tigers just 45 seconds into the game The Tigers showed up ready to play from the opening face-off, and the on an assist from Keller. Keller then scored three straight goals for the defense was able to shut out the Poets for the entire first quarter. Keller Tigers over the next five minutes, with assists during that stretch com- scored the Tigers’ first three goals, one of which came on a setup from ing from Mavromatis and junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Colle- sophomore Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy). Jett struck giate). Virginia Wesleyan responded, however, with three straight goals next for Hampden-Sydney, also on an assist from Clarke. Junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) also added a goal with 15 seconds of their own to bring the score to 4-3. Senior captain Kyle Jett (Suffolk, remaining in the quarter to give the Tigers a 5-0 lead. VA/Nansemond Suffolk) struck for the Tigers with two minutes left in the quarter, but the Marlins answered with another goal to make the Whittier opened up the second quarter scoring on a goal a minute and a score after one period of play 5-4 in favor of Hampden-Sydney. half in, but Jett found the net again just two minutes later. On the ensu- ing faceoff, however, Whittier was able to scoop up the ground ball and Virginia Wesleyan scored a minute into the second period to knot the race downfield for the quick goal. The Tigers again responded, this time game at five apiece before the Tiger defense buckled down and shut with four straight goals to blow the game wide open. Hawthorne started out the visitors for the remainder of the half. During that stretch, the spurt with the Tigers’ first man-down goal of the season to make the Hampden-Sydney was able to find the twine three times. Jett scored on score 7-2. Keller then scored his fourth goal a minute later off of a nice setup from sophomore Carter Mavromatis (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Hen- a nice setup from Mavromatis before senior Whit Kelley (Raleigh, NC/Ra- ry), before freshman Jess Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) scored venscroft) scored on a pass from junior Dudley Locke (Alexandria, VA/St. his first career goal on an assist from sophomore Nate Cundy (Midlothian, Stephens & St. Agnes) with four minutes remaining in the half. Sopho- VA/James River). On the ensuing faceoff, Whittier gained possession and more Nate Cundy (Midlothian, VA/James River) added an unassisted goal made a pass that was intercepted by freshman Ryan Martin (Midlothian, two minutes later to send the Tigers into the locker room with an 8-5 VA/Cosby), who raced in and beat the keeper to extend the Tiger lead to advantage. 10-2. Whittier was able to score twice before halftime to make the score Thomas Hovis at the break 10-4. andrew o’shea The Tigers continued to play smart lacrosse in the third quarter, cul-minating in a goal from Keller on an assist from freshman Ryan Martin (Midlothian, VA/Cosby) nine minutes into the action. Hampden-Sydney came out of the break hungry for more, and added another tally just one minute into play. On the play, Mavromatis used a pass fake that juked both of the Whittier defenders along with half of the crowd and buried a shot to pushVirginia Wesleyan responded with a goal of their own, but Hampden-Sydney closed out the quarter with two more goals in the lead to seven. Keller scored his fifth goal moments later on an assist from Jett before Whittier responded with a goal ofthe last two minutes, the first from Hawthorne on a setup by Jett, and the second from Keller on an assist from Mavromatis to their own. Mavromatis struck again for the Tigers, however, this time on an assist from Martin. The Tigers scored their secondmake the score 11-6. man-down goal of the game on a wild sequence as time was running out. On the play, the Hampden-Sydney defense forced a Whittier turnover. Junior Nate Norbo (Waterford, VA/Loudoun Valley) picked up the ball and flung a pass the length of theThe two teams traded two goals apiece during the fourth quarter, with Cundy scoring his second of the day on a pass from field, where freshman Martin was able to get a hit on the Whittier keeper. Cole Hawthorne then raced in, scooped up theMavromatis, and sophomore Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy) adding a goal of his own with three minutes to ground ball and buried it in the open net for his second tally of the day.play to wrap up the 13-8 home victory. Whittier scored three quick goals to start the fourth quarter before Jett responded with his third and fourth goals, sandwichedIn addition to stellar outings from Keller and Mavromatis, several other Tigers stepped up their play to help secure the win. around a goal from senior Kevin Coats (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle), to make the final score 17-8. On the day, the Tigers did an excellent job in face-offs, winning 20 out of 27. They also outshot the Poets 39-30, scooped up 48 groundballs to Whit-Junior defenseman Peter Foley (McLean, VA/Langley) was a physical presence all game, causing three Marlin turnovers, while tier’s 38, and held Whittier to just 16 out of 27 on clear attempts. Freshman Brad Mostowy (Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) had anHawthorne and senior captain Daniel Martin (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle) each caused two. Freshman Brad Mostowy (At- outstanding day, winning 16 of 19 face-offs, and grabbing an ODAC season-high 13 ground balls. The Hampden-Sydney defenselanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) performed well, winning 13 of 20 faceoffs, and led Hampden-Sydney with seven ground balls. Senior put together another stout effort, limiting the Poets’ opportunities all game long. Senior captain Mark Bagby (Boston, MA/captain Mark Bagby (Boston, MA/Marshfield) was consistent in goal, making 12 saves on the day. Marshfield) allowed only five goals in 45 minutes of play while making six saves in the goal, while senior captain Daniel Martin (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle) caused two turnovers. VIEW BOx SCORE VIEW BOx SCORE 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 41. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2010 GaMe ReCaPs Game Thirteen: Randolph College Game Fourteen: Guilford College Hampden-Sydney 15 Hampden-Sydney 19 Randolph College 1 Guilford College 8 Hampden-Sydney, VA • April 14 Greensboro, NC • April 17 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA - The Hampden-Sydney lacrosse team honored GREENSBORO, NC (April 17, 2010)- The Hampden-Sydney lacrosse Tigers its seniors playing in their final home game today in a ceremony before continued their winning ways and maintained their perfect road record the game, then sent them out as winners with a thorough 15-1 victory today with a convincing 19-8 win at ODAC foe Guilford College. Hamp- over ODAC opponent Randolph College. The Tigers never trailed in the den-Sydney has won 9 of its last 11 contests, and now boasts a season- game, and a season-high 13 different players scored goals for Hampden- high four game winning streak. The Tigers were led on the day by Sydney. sophomore Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy) who scored four goals, and senior Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk), who The Tigers got onto the board first just over a minute into play when added two goals and three assists. Jett’s five points on the day vaulted senior captain Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk) scored an unas- him into sole possession of third place in career points by a Hampden- sisted goal. Jett struck again six minutes later to put the Tigers up 2-0. Sydney midfielder with 135. On the ensuing face-off, senior Whit Kelley (Raleigh, NC/Ravenscroft) controlled the draw, raced through the Wildcat defense and buried a The Tigers jumped out to the early lead, with Jett striking less than one shot for a three-goal lead. Less than one minute later, senior Thomas minute into the game on an unassisted effort. Sophomore Micah Keller Hovis (Richmond, VA/St. Christopher’s) was able to score an unassisted (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) followed that with a goal of his own off goal, before sophomore Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Acad- of an assist from freshman Ryan Martin (Midlothian, VA/Cosby), before emy) scored off of an assist from freshman Jess Hawthorne (Richmond, Clarke scored his first off of a setup from Jett. After the Quakers scored VA/Collegiate). Sophomore Carter Mavromatis (Virginia Beach, VA/ their first goal to pull to 3-1, Keller again scored on an assist from Martin, Cape Henry) upped Hampden-Sydney’s lead to six with a goal with two then followed it up with another strike on an assist from Clarke. Clarke minutes left in the quarter on a setup from junior Cole Hawthorne (Rich- then scored two more goals sandwiched around a Guilford goal to make mond, VA/Collegiate). the score at the end of one quarter of play 7-2 in favor of the Tigers. The Tigers were again the aggressors in the second quarter, and junior Hampden-Sydney again struck first in the second period when senior Kev- Dudley Locke (Alexandria, VA/St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes) scored a goal in Coats (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle) took a pass from Jett and buried two minutes in on an assist from senior Kevin Coats (Charlottesville, VA/ it for an 8-2 lead. Guilford then proceeded to score three straight goals Albemarle). Senior Hunter Phillips (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) scored his to pull within three, but the Tigers added four more before the half to first goal of the season with just under three minutes to play in the half put some distance between the two teams. Senior Whit Kelley (Raleigh, to put Hampden-Sydney 8-0, before classmate Mario Washington (Char- NC/Ravenscroft) started the spurt on a goal with an assist from Clarke, lottesville, VA/Western Albemarle) made a nice move to find the back of then Jett took a Carter Mavromatis (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry) pass the net with under one minute left. With under ten seconds to play in and buried it for another goal. Martin and Kelly each added another Joey stevens the half, Washington was able to find Locke, who tallied his second goal goal to make the halftime score 12-6 in favor of the visitors. brad Mostowy of the day to get Hampden-Sydney into double digits at halftime. TheTigers dominated every aspect of the first half, outshooting Randolph 39-2, winning 10 of 12 face-offs, and grabbing 40 ground- The Tigers closed the door on whatever glimmer of hope Guilford had left in the third quarter, scoring three straight goals toballs to 13 for the Wildcats. open second-half play. Clarke scored an unassisted goal, then sophomore Nate Cundy (Midlothian, VA/James River) got in on the action, scoring his first of the day. Freshman Alex Clay (Alexandira, VA/St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes) then scored his first careerJess Hawthorne got the second half scoring started with an unassisted goal one minute into the third quarter, before junior goal on an assist from Jett to make the score 15-6.Ryan Grodzki (Barrington, IL/Barrington) scored his first career goal on a solo effort seven minutes later. Randolph’s StephenAllman scored the Wildcats’ lone goal of the day with three and a half minutes left, before sophomore Nate Cundy (Midloth- After Guilford struck first in the fourth quarter, it was all Hampden-Sydney the rest of the way, with the Tigers scoring the lastian, VA/James River) struck on an assist from sophomore Kyle Fox (Manassas, VA/Osbourn Park) to put the Tigers up 13-1 at the four goals of the game. Coats started the spurt with his second goal of the day, before senior Mario Washington (Charlottes-end of three quarters. ville, VA/Western Albemarle) scored two straight himself. Senior Peter Squire (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) finished off the scor- ing with a goal with five minutes remaining in the game to make the final score 19-8.Two minutes into the fourth quarter, freshman Jacob Oliver (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) scored his first career goal, beforesenior Peter Squire (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) punctuated his senior day with his first career goal to make the final margin 15-1 On the day, the Tigers outshot the Quakers by a margin of 47 to 18, and grabbed 42 ground balls to 20 for Guilford. Hampden-for Hampden-Sydney. On the day, the Tigers were very evenly balanced and dominated the statistical categories. They posted Sydney also won 18 of 29 face-offs, and senior captain Mark Bagby (Boston, MA/Marshfield) made three saves in earning theseason highs in shots with 64 and in ground balls with 62, and only committed 11 turnovers. Seniors Peter Foley (Mclean, VA/ win.Langley) and Joey Severns (Ithaca, NY/Ithaca), along with Oliver and junior Nick West (New Canaan, CT/The Gunnery) eachcaused two Randolph turnovers as well. VIEW BOx SCORE VIEW BOx SCORE 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 42. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2010 GaMe ReCaPs Game Fifteen: Christopher Newport Game Sixteen: Randolph-Macon College Hampden-Sydney 16 Hampden-Sydney 12 Christopher Newport 8 Randolph-Macon 8 Newport News, VA • April 21 Ashland, VA • April 24 NEWPORT NEWS, VA - The #20 nationally-ranked Hampden-Sydney ASHLAND, VA - The #20 nationally-ranked Hampden-Sydney lacrosse lacrosse Tigers ran their winning streak to five games today with a con- team closed out their regular season with a 12-8 victory over Randolph- vincing 16-8 win at Christopher Newport. The victory also maintained Macon today, their sixth consecutive win entering postseason play. In the Tigers’ perfect road record on the season. On a day that started in a holding the Yellow Jackets to single digits, it was also the sixth straight driving rain, Hampden-Sydney started slow, but overcame an early deficit opponent that Hampden-Sydney has kept under ten goals. On a day to assert their dominance by halftime. The Tigers were led by sopho- when the Tigers completed a perfect road regular season at 7-0, they more Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) who scored three goals were led by senior captain Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk), and added two assists, and classmate Nate Cundy (Midlothian, VA/James who scored five goals and added an assist to move into a tie for first River) who also added a hat trick. place in single-season points by a midfielder with 62. With his six points on the day, he also took over sole possession of second place in points by Christopher Newport was able to get on the scoreboard first and did a Tiger midfielder with 145. a nice job early of containing the Tiger attack. It wasn’t until almost halfway through the quarter that Hampden-Sydney finally found the net Hampden-Sydney came out the aggressors early on, and capitalized with two with a goal from freshman Ryan Martin (Midlothian, VA/Cosby) on an as- quick goals from sophomore Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) less sist from junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate). The Tigers than three minutes into play. Randolph-Macon responded with a goal of followed that with a goal from sophomore Carter Mavromatis (Virginia their own a few minutes later, but sophomore Carter Mavromatis (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry) that was set up by senior captain Kyle Jett (Suf- Beach, VA/Cape Henry) answered for the Tigers, finding the net with two and folk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk). Cundy struck for the first time off of a a half minutes left on the clock. The Yellow Jackets were able to tack one pass from Martin four minutes later, before senior Kevin Coats (Charlot- more on with under a minute to play to make the score after one quarter 3-2 tesville, VA/Albemarle) scored an unassisted goal to make the score 4-1 in favor of Hampden-Sydney. at the end of the quarter. If there was any doubt about who was in control of the showdown On the second quarter face-off, freshman Brad Mostowy (Atlanta, GA/ between arch rivals, it ended in the second quarter as Hampden-Sydney Trinity Pawling) controlled the draw, and raced through the Captain outscored Randolph-Macon 5-0 to blow the game wide open heading into defense before finding an open Cundy in front of the cage for the easy halftime. Sophomore Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy) put away. CNU answered back with two straight goals in man-up situ- found the net first on an assist from Jett, before Jett scored four consecu- ations however, to draw withing two at 5-3, but Jett responded with a tive goals, including a no-look shot that fooled the entire Macon defense. goal before Cundy scored his third of the day on a setup from Keller. Junior Cole Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) and Keller provided The Captains remained resilient, though, scoring two more quick goals assists on two of Jett’s second-quarter goals, and the Tigers headed into to bring the score to 7-5, but that was as close as they would get the halftime with a commanding 8-2 lead. remainder of the game. Keller proceeded to go on a personal rampage, Peter Foley scoring three straight goals to blow the game wide open, with assists Though the Yellow Jackets struck first in the third quarter, Hampden- nate norbo coming from Martin and sophomore Ben Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Nor- Sydney was up to the challenge, scoring three straight on goals from folk Academy). Clarke then added a goal of his own on an assist from Hawthorne, Keller, and Jett to give the Tigers their largest lead of the dayKeller with a minute and a half left to play to make the halftime score 11-5 in favor of the Tigers. at 11-3. Randolph-Macon didn’t give up, however, and scored four straight goals spanning the third and fourth quarters to draw within 11-7 with six and a half minutes to play, but Clarke scored another goal on an outstanding effort to put Hampden-SydneyAs the sun came out to start the second half, the Tiger defense stepped up their game, holding the Captains scoreless for all up by five. The Yellow Jackets added another goal late, but it was not enough as the Tigers prevailed.but six seconds of the third quarter, thanks in large part to some stellar goalkeeping from freshman Cody Hornung (Bala Cyn-wyd, PA/Lower Merion). Hawthorne scored two goals in the period on assists from Mavromatis and Jett to make the score after In addition to Jett’s outstanding day, several other Tigers reached career milestones. Keller’s three tallies pushed him over 40three periods of play 13-6. goals on the season with 42 thus far, Clarke’s two goals gave him 30 on the season, and Hawthorne’s goal and assist pushed him over 40 points on the season with 41. Senior captain Daniel Martin (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle) led the way on defense,The Tigers added three more goals in the fourth quarter, the first coming from freshman Alex Clay (Alexandria, VA/St. Ste- causing two turnovers and grabbing a season-high 8 ground balls. Freshman Brad Mostowy (Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) had aphen’s & St. Agnes) on an assist from senior captain Daniel Martin (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle), marking his first career assist. solid day in face-offs, controlling 12 of 19 draws. With four groundballs, Mostowy also went over 80 on the season with 83 thusFreshman Jess Hawthorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) added an unassisted goal, before sophomore Kyle Fox (Manassas, VA/Os- far. Freshman Cody Hornung (Bala Cynwyd, PA/Lower Merion) made some spectacular saves in the goal as well.bourn Park) scored his first tally of the season on an assist from Coats to give Hampden-Sydney the 16-8 win. The Tigers outshot Macon on the day 40-31, grabbed 43 ground balls to 27 for the Yellow Jackets, and won 15 of 24 face-offs.On the day, Hampden-Sydney outshot CNU 48-36, and grabbed 31 ground balls to 30 for the Captains. 11 different players scored With the win, Hampden-Sydney’s record moves to 12-4 overall and 5-2 in the ODAC. The 12 wins are tied for the second most ingoals for the Tigers, their second highest number in a game this season. Mostowy led Hampden-Sydney with four ground balls, a single season in school history.and junior defenseman Peter Foley (McLean, VA/Langley) caused three turnovers to lead the Tigers on the defensive end. VIEW BOx SCORE VIEW BOx SCORE 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 43. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club 2010 GaMe ReCaPs Game Seventeen: ODAC Quarterfinals, Virginia Wesleyan Game Eighteen: ODAC Semifinals, Lynchburg College Hampden-Sydney 18 Hampden-Sydney 7 Virginia Wesleyan 9 Lynchburg College 10 Hampden-Sydney, VA • April 28 Lynchburg, VA • May 2 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA - The #19 nationally-ranked Hampden-Sydney LYNCHBURG, VA-The #19 nationally-ranked Hampden-Sydney lacrosse lacrosse team advanced to the ODAC semifinals today with an 18-9 win over team dropped a heartbreaker today against #10 Lynchburg College in Virginia Wesleyan, and in the process tied the program record for most wins the ODAC semifinals. After a defensive slugfest in the first half, the in a single season with 13. It was the Tigers seventh consecutive victory, and Hornets were able to hold the Tigers scoreless during the decisive third also marked the seventh straight opponent that they have held in single quarter. Hampden-Sydney staged a furious late rally but it was not digits. The Tigers stormed out of the gates early and grabbed a big lead, enough, as the Tigers fell 10-7. but Virginia Wesleyan was able to climb back into the contest heading into halftime. The Tigers responded with a third quarter blitzkrieg in which Senior captain Kyle Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk) opened the they scored a season-high nine goals in one period to end the visitors’ hopes game’s scoring about two minutes into play with an unassisted strike for an upset. Hampden-Sydney was led on the day by senior captain Kyle from the right side. Lynchburg was able to respond with a goal six Jett (Suffolk, VA/Nansemond Suffolk), who scored four goals and added an minutes later to even the score at one, and both defenses buckled assist. Jett now has 67 points on the season, which marks the most single- down and shut out the opposing offenses for the rest of the quarter. season points by a midfielder in Hampden-Sydney history. The Tigers set the tone from the opening face-off, where freshman The stellar defensive play continued into the second quarter, with Brad Mostowy (Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) controlled the draw, raced neither side scoring again until Lynchburg broke through with seven through the Marlin defense and ripped a shot past the goalie to give the minutes left in the quarter. They scored again three minutes later to home squad the lead just nine seconds into play. Jett scored his record- make the score 3-1, but the Tigers were able to take advantage of an breaking point on a goal moments later on an assist from junior Cole Haw- extra man opportunity a minute later when junior Cole Hawthorne thorne (Richmond, VA/Collegiate), before Hawthorne scored one of his own (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) found a cutting Carter Mavromatis (Virginia to put the Tigers up 3-0 just four minutes into the game. Sophomore Ben Beach, VA/Cape Henry), who ripped a shot past the goalie. Only a min- Clarke (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy) got in on the action with a ute and a half later, Hawthorne raced around his defender and buried strike two minutes later, but Virginia Wesleyan then scored three straight to a strike to knot things up at thee. The Hornets scored with just under make the score 4-3 in favor of Hampden-Sydney after one quarter of play. a minute left to go up 4-3 and take that lead into the locker room. The second quarter began just like the first, with the Tigers control- Hampden-Sydney had an excellent chance to tie things up in the clos- ling the opening face-off. Sophomore Carter Mavromatis (Virginia Beach, VA/Cape Henry) raced in and grabbed the ground ball before blazing past a ing seconds, but Jett’s shot hit the post and time expired. pair of Marlin defenders and burying a shot past the keeper just 11 seconds into the action. Sophomore Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch), who Lynchburg was able to control the action in the third quarter and had been the focal point of the Virginia Wesleyan defense, was finally able scored three goals while holding the Tigers scoreless to take a 7-3 to break through moments later with a nice spin move and shot to give lead into the final period of play. Things looked bleak when Lynch- Hampden-Sydney a three goal lead. The visitors responded again, however, burg scored twice in the first two minutes, but sophomore Ben Clarke with two more goals, including a back-breaker with one second remaining (Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk Academy) was able to find the net for the in the quarter to draw within 6-5 heading into the locker room. Tigers to pull within 9-4. Lynchburg responded with a goal before the Motivated by the close score, the Tigers came flying out of the never-say-die Tigers really turned up the pressure. locker room and unleashed an onslaught of goals on a dazed Virginia Jess Hawthorne Wesleyan defense. Mavromatis started things out with a goal on an assist Clarke scored another goal on an assist from sophomore Nate Cundy nick west from Jett one minute in, before Jett found the net on a setup from fresh- (Midlothian, VA/James River), with seven minutes to go, before sopho- man Ryan Martin (Midlothian, VA/Cosby) to put the Tigers up 8-5. The more Micah Keller (Richmond, VA/Christchurch) was able to breakMarlins, showing some resiliency, bounced back with two more quick goals to pull to 8-7 with just under eleven minutes to play, but through and score one of his own with five and a half minutes remaining to make the score 10-6. Hampden-Sydney was able toHampden-Sydney scored seven consecutive goals to close out the quarter and take the commanding lead. Jett started the spurt with use the stellar face-off play of freshman Brad Mostowy (Atlanta, GA/Trinity Pawling) to control the ball for the majority of thea goal, then Keller scored his second before Hawthorne followed suit on Martin’s second assist to make the score 11-7. Mavromatis, quarter, and it paid off again just moments later when Mostowy found Keller who buried another shot to make the score 10-7Jett, and Clarke each scored a goal apiece over a three-minute span, before Keller finished the quarter on a goal with 15 seconds left with just under four minutes to play.to put the Tigers up 15-7, coming on the first assist of the season for junior Nate Norbo (Waterford, VA/Loudoun Valley). Martin scored a goal five minutes into the final quarter before Virginia Wesleyan’s Nick Northern scored two straight to With the momentum clearly on the side of the Tigers, several opportunities barely missed in the closing minutes, including havingmake the score 16-9. Senior Hunter Phillips (Richmond, VA/Collegiate) got in on the action with a goal coming on a setup from class- one goal disallowed and another that bounced off the post. Hampden-Sydney continued to apply pressure right up until the finalmate Kevin Coats (Charlottesville, VA/Albemarle), before junior Dudley Locke (Alexandria, VA/St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes) closed out whistle, but were not quite able to complete the comeback. Several Tigers had excellent days, including senior captain Mark Bagbythe scoring with a strike with two and a half minutes left to make the final score 18-9. (Boston, MA/Marshfield), whose play between the pipes kept the Tigers in it late. Senior captain Daniel Martin (Charlottesville, VA/ In addition to Jett’s points record, Keller’s three goals gives him 45 on the season, which is tied for the sixth most in a season Albermarle) caused four turnovers and grabbed three ground balls as well. Mostowy won 12 of 19 face-offs on the day and alsoin program history. Hawthorne also grabbed three ground balls, which puts him at the 50 ground ball plateau for the first time grabbed six ground balls to move his season total to 92, which is the third most in a season in Hampden-Sydney history.in his career. The Tiger defense put forth another excellent effort against the Marlins, with senior captain Daniel Martin (Charlot-tesville, VA/Albemarle) grabbing a team-high five ground balls and causing two turnovers, junior Peter Foley (McLean, VA/Langley) With his two goals, Clarke reached the 50-point plateau for the first time in his career, and Keller’s two tallies give him 47 ongrabbing four ground balls and causing two turnovers, and Norbo adding three ground balls and two caused turnovers. On the day, the season, which is good enough for the fourth most in Hampden-Sydney history. With his first quarter goal, Jett upped histhe Tigers outshot Virginia Wesleyan 45-30, grabbed 43 ground balls to 35 for the Marlins, and had four less turnovers than the visi- program record for single-season points by a Tiger midfielder to 68, which is also tied for the third most points from any posi-tors. tion. With the loss, the Tigers fall to 13-5 on the year, and tied with the 2002 squad for the most wins in program history. VIEW BOx SCORE VIEW BOx SCORE 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 44. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club HisToRy & TRaDiTions Jeff Jackson 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 45. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club soMe oF HaMPDen-syDney’s GReaTesT Chris Lucas ‘03 fin- Jamie Worthen ‘98 was Tom Oast ‘00 was a first John Gibson ‘82, a mem- ished his career as the 1998 National De- team All-American in 2000 ber of the Hampden- H-SC’s second all- fenseman of the Year. and was named ODAC Sydney Hall of Fame, time leading scorer, He also went on to earn Player of the Year. He to date remains the claimed USILA All- All-America honors in joined the military and has all-time leading scorer America honors three 1996, 1997 and 1998. recently become a member in program history with times and All-ODAC He graduated from the of the Special Forces. 202 career goals and 266 honors four times. University of Alabama total points. John was Lucas earned a Mas- at Birgmingham Medical Hampden-Sydney’s first ter’s degree in atomic School in 2004. He is now lacrosse All-American physics at Old Domin- an orthopedic surgeon. (along with teammate ion University and is Dr. Ted Chambers), lead- presently employed ing the Tigers to their at Lockheed Martin in first NCAA appearance Washington, D.C. and #8 national rank- ing. John is the Execu- tive Vice President of the Ellis-Gibson Devel- opment Company in Norfolk, VA. Jason Rostan ‘03 Chris Biddison ‘03 Kyle Jett ‘10 was the 2010 Jeff Jackson ‘88 is earned first team was a three-time All- ODAC Player of the Year the most prolific All-America honors American, earning and Second-Team All- scoring midfielder in 2002 and second First-Team in 2002 and American. He ranks 8th in Hampden-Sydney team accolades in Second-Team in 2003. all-time at H-SC in career history. His 208 2003. He was the Additionally, he was goals and points and career points is the ODAC Player of the three-time First-Team 9th in assists. He is also most in school his- Year in 2002. He is All-ODAC. He is now second all-time in career tory at the midfield now an assistant a financial advisor midfielder points. and third overall. coach at Hampden- with AXA Advisors in He also sits fourth in Sydney. Columbia, MD. H-SC history with 157 goals. A two-time All-America, Jack- son was a first-team honoree in 1988 and a second-teamer in 1987. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 46. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club GaMMon CuP winneRs inDiviDual ReCoRDs (HaMPDen-syDney’s sTuDenT-aTHleTe oF THe yeaR) Career Leaders Points Groundballs 1. 266 • John Gibson (1979-82) 1. 466 • Jamie Worthen (1995-98) Goals 2. 384 • Ryan Fassnacht (2002-05) 2. 232 • Chris Lucas (2000-03) 1. 202 • John Gibson (1979-82) 3. 303 • Tom Oast (1997-2000) 3. 208 • Jeff Jackson (1985-88) 4. 241 • Colin Dunn (2005-08) 2. 163 • Chris Lucas (2000-03) 3. 160 • Chamie Burroughs (1996-99) 4. 194 • Ed Curry (1992-95) 5. 219 • Pat Kelly (1998-2000) 4. 157 • Jeff Jackson (1985-88) 5. 193 • Chamie Burroughs (1996-99) 6. 216 • Will Dammeyer (2000-03) 5. 131 • Ed Curry (1992-95) 6. 174 • Rob Bonaventura (1980-83) 7. 203 • Doug Palmer (1996-99) 6. 115 • Brad Johnson (1986-89) 8. 175 • Chamie Burroughs (1996-99) 7. 167 • Brad Johnson (1986-89) 7. 104 • Rob Bonaventura (1980-83) 9. 168 • Chris Lucas (2000-03) 8. 151 • Kyle Jett (2007-10) 10. 165 • John Neely (1998-01) 8. 98 • Kyle Jett (2007-10) 9. 94 • Doug Palmer (1996-99) 9. 143 • Jason Rostan (2000-03) 11. 160 • John Pritzlaff (2003-06) 10. 85 • Thomas Jennings (2004-07) 10. 135 • Thomas Whiteley (1986-89) 12. 157 • Jason Rostan (2000-03) 11. 83 • Phil Dick (2000-03) 13. 139 • Will Swink (2000-03) 11. 134 • Doug Palmer (1996-99) 12. 82 • Jason Rostan (2000-03) 14. 134 • Jason Archbell (1999-02) 12. 131 • John Neely (1998-01) 13. 80 • John Neely (1998-01) 15. 132 • Chris Biddison (2000-03) 14. 78 • Matt Fassnacht (2002-04) 13. 113 • Thomas Jennings (2004-07) 16. 127 • John McDonnell (2000-03) 15. 72 • Mike Remington (1989-92) 14. 112 • Vince Smith (2004-06) 17. 123 • Thomas Hovis (2007-2010) 16. 72 • Pete Sheffield (95-96, 93-94 n/a) 15. 106 • Chris Bissinger (1992-1995) 18. 112 • Daniel Martin (2007-2010) 17. 67 • Ryan Harrington (2005-07) 19. 101 • Michael Via (2004-07) 16. 102 • Phil Dick (2000-03) Brett Bennett Huston Green Thacher Worthen 18. 60 • Randy Ashton (1998-2000) 20. 100 • Ward Smith (1996-99) 17. 100 • Michael Via (2004-07) 1988 1991 1994 19. 58 • Andrew Mahoney (2006-2009) 20. 58 • William Shell (2004-07) 18. 100 • Pete Sheffield (95-96, 93-94 n/a) Saves 21. 58 • Vince Smith (2004-06) 19. 98 • Matt Fassnacht (2002-04) 1. 601 • Chris Wilkinson (85-87) 20. 94 • Andrew Mahoney (2006-09) 2. 555 • Scott Ketcham (1996-99) Assists 3. 551 • Jeremy Bull (2002-05) 1. 90 • Tommy Whiteley (1986-89) 4. 329 • Mark Bagby (2006-10) 2. 70 • Rob Bonaventura (1979-82) Midfielder Points 5. 326 • Scott Fava (1998-2001) 3. 69 • Chris Lucas (2000-03) 1. 208 • Jeff Jackson (1985-1988) 6. 292 • Ben Heinsohn (1992,95) 4. 64 • John Gibson (1979-82) 2. 151 • Kyle Jett (2007-2010) 7. 267 • Carter Redd (1989-90) 5. 63 • Ed Curry (1992-95) 8. 259 • Scott Russell (2007) 3. 143 • Jason Rostan (2000-2003) 6. 61 • Jason Rostan (2000-03) 9. 163 • Phil Hage (2005-08) 4. 134 • Doug Palmer (1996-1999) 7. 59 • Jon Hardy (1992-95) 10. 135 • Trip Helling (1989-90) 8. 54 • Vince Smith (2004-06) 5. 113 • Thomas Jennings (2004-2007) 11. 95 • Ray Lockard (1992) 9. 53 • Kyle Jett (2007-10) 6. 112 • Vince Smith (2004-2006) 10. 52 • Brad Johnson (1986-89) 7. 106 • Chris Bissinger (1992-1995) All-Time Single-Game 11. 51 • Jeff Jackson (1985-88) Individual Marks 8. 102 • Phil Dick (2000-2003) 12. 51 • John Neely (1998-01) Goals: 11, Rob Bonaventura (1982) 13. 47 • Michael Via (2004-07) 9. 86 • Ryan Harrington (2005-07) Assists: 9, David Corrigan (1977) 14. 45 • Jody Garliss (1995-98) 10. 86 • Russell Carter (1997-2000) 15. 45 • Joe Turco (1996-97) 11. 81 • Randy Ashton (1998-2000) Miscellaneous Team Marks Jamie Worthen Will Albright 16. 42 • Russell Carter (1997-2000) Wins in a season: 13, 2002, 2010 12. 74 • Sean McChensey (2003-05 1998 2005 17. 40 • Doug Palmer (1996-99) Consecutive wins: 15, 1988-89 13. 66 • Scott Claiborne (1999-02) 18. 36 • Andrew Mahoney (2006-09) Goals in a season: 236, 2010 19. 34 • Sean McChesney (2003-05) 14. 59 • Matt Yancey (1996-2000) Goals scored in a game: 26, vs. Lynch- 20. 34 • Chamie Burroughs (1996-99) 15. 56 • Doug Carpenter (2006-09) burg, 1977; vs. Susquehanna, 2003 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 47. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club inDiviDual ReCoRDs yeaR-by-yeaR, CoaCHinG ReCoRDsSeason Records Points Groundballs Scored Allowed NCAA Tournament Results 1. 78 • Rob Bonaventura (1982) 1. 172 • Jamie Worthen (1996) Years Coach Ovr. ODAC Rank Goals Assts. Pts. Goals Assts. Pts. 2003: First Round, W, Washington, 10-8 1975 Lou Wacker 1-8 -- -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Second Round, L, Whittier, 15-19Goals 2. 75 • John Gibson (1982) 2. 135 • Jamie Worthen (1997)1. 56 • John Gibson (1982) 3. 68 • Brad Johnson (1989) 3. 123 • Tom Oast (2000) 1976 Howdy Myers 2-9 -- -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 2002: First Round, L, Salisbury, 8-152. 49 • Chris Lucas (2001) 4. 68 • Kyle Jett (2010) 4. 116 • Chris Bissinger (1995) 1977 H. Myers 10-6 -- -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a3. 48 • John Gibson (1981) 5. 65 • John Gibson (1981) 1978 H. Myer 10-3 -- -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 2001: First Round, L, Denison, 5-10 5. 112 • Ryan Fassnacht (2003)4. 47 • Micah Keller (2010) 1979 Bill Reid 8-5 -- -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 6. 65 • Tommy Whiteley (1989) 6. 110 • Jamie Worthen (1998) 1980 B. Reid 4-8 -- -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 1999: First Round, W, Lynchburg, 17-95. 46 • Ed Curry (1995) 7. 60 • Chris Lucas (2003) 7. 102 • Tom Oast (1999) 1981 B. Reid 8-8 n/a -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Second Round, L, Salisbury St., 10-156. 46 • Chamie Burroughs (1998) 8. 60 • Ed Curry (1995) 8. 102 • Jason Carlstrom (1998)7. 45 • Brad Johnson (1989) 1982 B. Reid 12-4 n/a #8 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 9. 59 • Chris Lucas (2003) 9. 100 • Ryan Fassnacht (2002) 1998: Second Round, L, Washington, 9-138. 45 • Jeff Jackson (1988) 1983 B. Reid 7-6 n/a -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 10. 59 • Chris Lucas (2002) 10. 97 • Pat Kelly (1999) 1984 B. Reid 3-9 n/a -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a9. 44 • Benton Downer (1977) 1995: First Round, L, Salisbury St., 8-23 11. 59 • Micah Keller (2010) 11. 96 • Pat Kelly (2000) 1985 Ray Rostan 6-6 1-2 -- 115 56 171 n/a n/a n/a10. 42 • Jeff Jackson (1987) 12. 55 •Andrew Mahoney (2009) 12. 95 • Will Dammeyer (2001) 1986 R. Rostan 9-4 2-1 #12 160 77 237 116 n/a n/a 1989: First Round, L, Washington, 5-1211. 42 • Rob Bonaventura (1982) 13. 55 • Pete Sheffield (1996) 13. 93 • Ryan Fassnacht (2004) 1987 R. Rostan 9-5 2-2 #11 163 85 248 135 83 21812. 41 • Chris Lucas (2003) 1982: First Round, L, Hobart, 11-21 14. 54 • Joe Turco (1996) 14. 92 • Brad Mostowy (2010) 1988 R. Rostan 9-5 n/a #10 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a13. 40 • Chamie Burroughs (1996) 15. 54 • Kyle Jett (2009) 15. 88 • Colin Dunn (2007) 1989 R. Rostan 11-3 4-0* #7 175 117 292 87 56 14314. 39 • Jeff Jackson (1986) 16. 54 • Chamie Burroughs (1998) 16. 84 • Pete Sheffield (1996) 1990 R. Rostan 7-6 3-2 #14 166 92 258 126 64 19015. 39 • Kyle Jett (2010) 17. 54 • Jody Garliss (1998) 17. 79 • Ryan Fassnacht (2005) 1991 R. Rostan 9-6 n/a -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a16. 39 • Chris Lucas (2002) 18. 53 • Mike Remington (1992) 18. 79 • Pete Sheffield (1995) 1992 R. Rostan 7-7 2-4 -- 184 93 277 179 90 26917. 39 • Chamie Burroughs (1997) 19. 51 • Bat Barger (1990) 19. 77 • Michael Baggetta (2006) 1993 R. Rostan 6-7 n/a -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a18. 39 • Pete Sheffield (1996) 1994 R. Rostan 7-6 n/a -- n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a19. 37 • Mike Remington (1992) 20. 50 • Ben Clarke (2010) 20. 73 • T.J. Doremus (1996) 1995 R. Rostan 10-5 5-1 #7 168 106 274 160 104 26420. 36 • Randy Ashton (2000) 21. 50 • Jeff Jackson (1986) 1996 R. Rostan 10-4 3-3 #16 182 113 295 130 61 191 Saves 1997 R. Rostan 8-7 4-2 #16 157 92 249 115 58 173Assists Midfielder Points 1. 251 • Chris Wilkinson (1987) 1998 R. Rostan 12-2* 6*-0* #3* 179 109 291 91 50 1421. 43 • Tommy Whiteley (1989) 1. 68 • Kyle Jett, 2010 (39/29) 2. 202 • Ben Heinsohn (1995) 1999 R. Rostan 11-4 5-1 #9 166 105 271 102 61 1632. 36 • Rob Bonaventura (1982) 2. 62 • Jeff Jackson, 1988 (45/17) 3. 189 • Chris Wilkinson (1985) 2000 R. Rostan 8-6 3-3 -- 158 112 270 123 72 1953. 34 • Joe Turco (1996) 3. 54 • Kyle Jett, 2009 (34/20) 4. 183 • Mark Bagby (2009) 2001 R. Rostan 11-4 5-1 #7 194 102 296 132 61 1934. 32 • Nick Piraino (2001) 4. 54 • Jody Garliss (1998) 5. 174 • Scott Fava (2001) 2002 R. Rostan 13*-3 6*-0* #6 189 96 285 111 58 169 Lou Wacker was the founding coach5. 29 • Kyle Jett (2010) 5. 52 • Benton Downer, 1977 6. 163 • Jeremy Bull (2003) 2003 R. Rostan 12-3 6*-0* #7 185 110 295 122 54 176 of the H-SC varsity lacrosse team6. 27 • Tommy Whiteley (1988) 6. 48 • Randy Ashton, 2000 (36/12) 7. 161 • Chris Wilkinson (1986) 2004 R. Rostan 8-5 4-2 #17 123 58 181 103 48 1517. 26 • Jody Garliss (1998) 2005 R. Rostan 8-5 2-4 #20 143 81 224 98 44 142 7. 47 • Jason Rostan, 2002 (23/24) 8. 155 • Scott Ketcham (1997)8. 26 • Bat Barger (1990) 2006 R. Rostan 8-5 4-2 #14 160 94 254 80* 28* 108* 8. 46 • Jim Cardillo, 1994 (25/21) 9. 150 • Jeremy Bull (2002)9. 25 • David Corrigan (1977) 2007 R. Rostan 12-3 5-1 #13 181 87 268 99 42 141 9. 46 • Vince Smith, 2006 (23/23) 10. 148 • Scott Ketcham (1999)10. 24 • Jon Hardy (1994) 2008 R. Rostan 6-8 2-4 -- 129 61 190 140 62 202 10. 46 • Cole Hawthorne, 2010 (25/21) 11. 141 • Scott Russell (2007)11. 24 • Jason Rostan (2002) 2009 R. Rostan 8-9 3-3 -- 210 177* 327 207 96 303 11. 43 • Ryan Harrington, 2007 (34/9) 12. 140 • Mark Bagby (2010)12. 23 • Vince Smith (2006) 2010 R. Rostan 13*-5 5-2 -- 236* 130 366* 173 87 260 12. 43 • Jason Rostan, 2003 (21/22) 13. 139 • Scott Ketcham (1998)13. 23 • Brad Johnson (1989)14. 23 • Vince Smith (2006) 13. 40 • Doug Palmer, 1999 (29/11) 14. 135 • Carter Redd (1990) * H-SC Season Record15. 22 • Michael Via ( 2006) 14. 34 • Matt Fassnacht, 2002 (34/6) 15. 134 • Phil Hage (2008)16. 22 • Carter Mavromatis (2010) 15. 39 • Thomas Jennings, 2007 (28/11) 16. 132 • Carter Redd (1989) Coach Years W-L Pct.17. 22 • Jason Rostan (2003) 16. 39 • Carter Mavromatis, 2010 (17/22) 17. 126 • Scott Fava (2000) Ray Rostan 26 238-133 .64218. 21 • Cole Hawthorne (2010) 17. 38 • Chris Bissinger, 1995 (23/15) 18. 121 • Jeremy Bull (2004) Howdy Myers 3 22-18 .55019. 21 • Andrew Mahoney (2009) 18. 38 • Jason Rostan, 2001 (26/12) 19. 117 • Jeremy Bull (2005) Bill Reid 6 42-40 .51220. 20 • Kyle Jett (2009) 19. 36 • Phil Dick, 2002 (31/5) 20. 113 • Scott Ketcham (1996) Lou Wacker 1 1-8 .602 John Pritzlaff ‘98 helped set numer-21. 20 • Chris Lucas (2002) 20. 35 • Several Totals 36 303-199 .604 ous H-SC defensive records in 1998 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 48. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club all-aMeRiCans all-oDaC, all-sTaTe seleCTionsThere have been 54 All-America and three Academic All-America awards presented to members of the Hampden-Sydney lacrosse All-ODAC 2004 1997team. The Tiger lacrosse program boasts a proud tradition of All-Americans, as at least one Tiger has earned All-American status Will Albright, Defense, First Team Jamie Worthen, Defense, First Teamfor seventeen years in a row. 2010 Ryan Fassnacht, Midfield, Second Team Chamie Burroughs, Attack, First Team Kyle Jett, Midfield, First Team*^ Matt Fassnacht, Attack, Second Team Doug Palmer, Midfield, Second Team2010 1999 Ted Chambers, Defense, Honorable Men. Daniel Martin, Defense, First Team Chris Schaaf, Midfield, Second TeamKyle Jett, Midfield, Second Team Doug Palmer, Midfield, Second Team John Gibson, Attack, Honorable Men. Micah Keller, Attack, First Team 1996Daniel Martin, Defense, Honorable Men. Chamie Burroughs, Attack, Third Team Ben Clarke, Attack, Second Team 2003 T.J. Doremus, Defense, First Team Ward Smith, Defense, Third Team * National Defenseman of the Year Cole Hawthorne, Midfield, Honorable Men. Jason Rostan, Midfield, First Team Peter Sheffield, Attack, First Team2009 Tom Oast, Defense, Third Team Thomas Hovis, Short Stick, Honorable Men. Chris Lucas, Attack, First Team Jamie Worthen, Defense, First TeamKyle Jett, Midfield, Honorable Mention Scott Ketcham, Goal, Honorable Men. Academic All-Americans Andrew Pritzlaff, Defense, Honorable Men. Chris Biddison, Defense, First Team 2010 Ryan Fasnacht, Midfielder, Second Team 19952008 1998 Kyle Jett 2009 Jeremy Bull, Goal, Honorable Mention Ed Curry, Attack, First Team*Colin Dunn, Defense, Third Team Jamie Worthen, Defense, First Team* Kyle Jett, Midfield, First Team Matt Fassnacht, Attack, Honorable Men. Chris Bissinger, Midfield, First TeamAlex Pritzlaff, Defense, Third Team Doug Palmer, Midfield, Third Team 2006 Daniel Martin, Defense, First Team John MacDonell, Defense, Honorable Men. Pete Sheffield, Attack, Second Team Chamie Burroughs, Attack, Third Team Eamon Thornton Andrew Mahoney, Attack, Second Team Will Swink, Defense, Honorable Mention Lach Cheathum, Midfield, Second Team2007 Ward Smith, Defense, Third Team Micah Keller, Attack, Honorable Men. Jimbo Rayphand, Defense, Second TeamColin Dunn, Defense, Third Team Scott Ketcham, Goal, Honorable Men. 1999 2002 Ben Heinsohn, Goal, Second TeamRyan Harrington, Midfield, Second Team Ward Smith 2008 Jason Rostan, Midfield, First Team*Thomas Jennings, Midfield, Honorable Men. 1997 Colin Dunn, Longstick, First Team Chris Lucas, Attack, First Team 1994Alex Pritzlaff, Defense, Honorable Men. Jamie Worthen, Defense, Honorable Men. 1998 Alex Pritzlaff, Defense, First Team Chris Biddison, Defense, First Team Ed Curry, Attack, First Team Chamie Burroughs, Attack, Honorable Men. Jamie Worthen Ian York, Defense, Second Team Jason Archbell, Defense, First Team Chris Bissinger, Midfield, Second Team2006 Doug Carpenter, Midfield, Honorable Men. Jeremy Bull, Goal, First Team Jim Cardillo, Midfield, Second TeamJohn Pritzlaff, Defense, Honorable Men. 1996 Kyle Jett, Midfield, Honorable Mention Matt Fassnacht, Attack, Second Team Jimbo Rayphand, Defense, Second TeamVince Smith, Midfield, Honorable Men. Jamie Worthen, Defense, Honorable Men. Kyle Frazier, Midfield, Honorable Men. Phil Dick, Midfield, Second Team Will Ashwell, Defense, Honorable Men. 19932005 1995 2001 Chris Bissinger, Midfield, Second TeamRyan Fassnacht, Midfield, Honorable Men. Chris Bissinger, Midfield, Second Team 2007 John Neely, Attack, First Team Thacher Worthen, Defense, Second TeamJohn Pritzlaff, Defense, Honorable Men. Ed Curry, Attack, Third Team Colin Dunn, Longstick, First Team Chris Lucas, Attack, First Team Ryan Harrington, Midfield, First Team Chris Biddison, Defense, First Team 19912004 1994 Alex Pritzlaff, Defense, First Team Scott Fava, Goal, First Team Ed Wilson, Attack, First TeamChris Schaaf, Attack, Honorable Mention Ed Curry, Attack, Honorable Mention Thomas Jennings, Midfield, Second Team Jason Archbell, Defense, Second Team Will Shell, Attack, Second Team Jason Rostan, Midfield, Second Team 19902003 1993 Ian York, Defense, Second Team Bat Barber, Attack, First TeamChris Biddison, Defense, Second Team Thacher Worthen, Defense, Honorable Men. Kelly Mattie, Attack, Honorable Men. 2000Jason Rostan, Midfield, Second Team Scott Russell, Goal, Honorable Mention Tom Oast, Senior, First Team* 1989Chris Lucas, Attack, Third Team 1991 Randy Ashton, Midfield, First Team Brad Johnson, Attack, First Team*Jeremy Bull, Goal, Honorable Mention Carter Redd, Goal, Honorable Mention 2006 Chris Lucas, Attack, First Team Jack Barber, Midfield, First TeamPhil Dick, Midfield, Honorable Mention Colin Dunn, Longstick, First Team Bo Coyner, Defense, First Team 1989 John Pritzlaff, Defense, First Team 1999 Mike Moore, Defense, First Team2002 Brad Johnson, Attack, Honorable Men. Vince Smith, Midfield, First Team Doug Palmer, Midfield, First TeamChris Biddison, Defense, First Team Bo Coyner, Defense, Honorable Mention Thomas Jennings, Midfield, First Team Chamie Burroughs, Attack, First Team 1988Jason Rostan, Midfield, First Team Michael Via, Midfield, Honorable Men. Ward Smith, Defense, First Team Jeff Jackson, Midfield, First Team*Chris Lucas, Attack, Honorable Mention 1988 Tom Oast, Defense, First Team Brad Johnson, Attack, First TeamJason Archbell, Defense, Honorable Men. Jeff Jackson, Midfield, First Team 2005 Scott Ketcham, Goal, Second Team Brett Bennett, Defense, First Team Chris Wilkinson, Goal, Honorable Men.2001 Colin Dunn, Longstick, First Team Sean McChesney, Attack, First Team 1998 1987John Neely, Attack, Honorable Mention 1987 Jamie Worthen ‘98, 1998 National John Pritzlaff, Defense, First Team Jamie Worthen, Defense, First Team* Jeff Jackson, Midfield, First Team*Chris Lucas, Attack, Honorable Mention Jeff Jackson, Midfield, Second Team Will Albright, Defense, Second Team Doug Palmer, Midfield, First Team Rich Wilt, Defense, First TeamChris Biddison, Defense, Honorable Men. Defenseman of the Year, First-Team Ryan Fassnacht, Midfield, Second Team Chamie Burroughs, Attack, First TeamScott Fava, Goal, Honorable Mention 1983 All-American, Academic All-American Michael Via, Midfield, Second Team Ward Smith, Defense, First Team 1986 Ted Chambers, Defense, Honorable Men. Vince Smith, Midfield, Second Team Scott Ketcham, Goal, First Team Jeff Jackon, Midfield, First Team2000 Rob Bonaventura, Attack, Honorable Men. Jeremy Bull, Goal, Honorable Mention Deane Cheatham, Defense, First TeamTom Oast, Defense, First Team Thomas Jennings, Midfield, Honorable Men. Chris Wilkinson, Goal, First TeamRandy Ashton, Midfield, Honorable Men. 1982 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 49. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club all-oDaC, all-sTaTe seleCTions HaMPDen-syDney Hall oF FaMe MeMbeRs1985 2005 Jack Barber ‘89 Dr. Ted Chambers ‘83Jeff Jackson, Midfield, First Team Colin Dunn, Long Stick Midfield, First Team Hall of Fame Class of 2000 Hall of Fame Class of 2000 Sean McChesney, Attack, Second Team As a lacrosse player, Barber Ted Chambers earned Honor-1984 Ryan Fassnacht, Midfield, Second Team was a first team All-ODAC mid- able Mention All-AmericanDennis Lee, Midfield, First Team John Pritzlaff, Defense, Second Team fielder in 1989, helping the Ti- honors in both 1982 and 1983,David King, Defense, First Team Will Albright, Defense, Second Team gers to an 11-3 record and an and along with John Gibson Vince Smith, Midfield, Honorable Men. NCAA berth. In addition, Bar- ‘82, stands as the College’s first1983 ber garnered all-state recog- lacrosse All-American. Cham-Rob Bonaventura, Attack, First Team * State Player of the Year nition while being named an bers was a key member of theHunter Craig, Midfield, First Team alternate for the North-South 1982 Tiger team that postedTed Chambers, Defense, First Team All-American game. He re- a 12-4 record and earned the corded 17 goals and seven as- school’s first-ever national1982 sists during his senior season. ranking (No. 8) and NCAA ap-John Gibson, Attack, First Team One of the top defensive backs pearance. Chambers startedRob Bonaventura, Attack, First Team in H-SC football history, Barber was a three-time first team for the South in the 1983 North-South All-Star Classic comprisedBryant McGann, Midfield, First Team All-ODAC selection on the gridiron. His 16 pass break-ups as of D-I and III student-athletes. Dr. Chambers is a nationally re-Jeff Stedfast, Defense, First Team a freshman in 1985 is still a Tiger record, as are his 35 career nowned pioneer of Vascular Interventional Radiology. Ted andGeorge Gleusner, Goal, First Team break-ups. He finished in the top-ten on the team in tackles in his wife Gloria have two children, Theo and Gabriella. each of his four years, including a career best 66 as a senior.1981 Barber returned punts and kickoffs all four years as well, andJohn Gibson, Attack, First Team set a record with a 94-yard kickoff return against Guilford inBill Carrington, Midfield, First Team 1987. He is presently an Analyst and Money Manager for JMPJeff Stedfast, Defense, First Team Asset Management in San Francisco. Barber and his wife, Mary, have two children, Jackson and William.* ODAC Player of the Year Kyle Jett, 2010 ODAC, State Play-^ Scholar Athlete of the Year er of the YearAll-State2010Kyle Jett, Midfield, First Team* Jason Rostan, 2002 ODAC Player John Gibson ‘82Micah Keller, Attack, First Team of the Year Hall of Fame Class of 1994Daniel Martin, Defense, Second Team Rob Bonaventura ‘83 Gibson is the top-scorer in Hamp- Hall of Fame Class of 2002 den-Sydney lacrosse history, and2009 Rob Bonaventura is the fifth was the first lacrosse player toKyle Jett, Midfield, First Team all-time leading scorer in be inducted into the H-SC Hall ofDaniel Martin, Defense, First Team Hampden-Sydney lacrosse his- Fame. Gibson still holds the TigerAndrew Mahoney, Attack, Second Team tory and rates in the top-six in scoring record with 202 career career goals scored and assists. goals and 266 total points. He2008 From 1980 to 1983, Bonaven- ranks third on the H-SC career listColin Dunn, Long Stick Midfield, First Team tura racked up 104 goals (sixth- with 64 assists. As a senior in 1982,Alex Pritzlaff, Defense, First Team best all time) and recorded 70 Gibson set a school record with assists (second-best all-time). In 56 goals, leading the Tigers to a2007 1982, he registered career num- 12-4 record and the College’s firstRyan Harrington, Midfield, First Team bers with 42 goals and 36 assists appearance in the NCAA Division III Lacrosse Championships.Colin Dunn, Long Stick Midfield, First Team (second-best all-time in single He earned All-ODAC honors in 1981 and 1982, and was an All-Alex Pritzlaff, Defense, First Team season) for 78 points, and is credited with one of the best all- American in 1982. Gibson was also selected to participate in theThomas Jennings, Midfield, Second Team around individual seasons in H-SC lacrosse history. He still holds prestigious North-South College All-Star Game. Gibson is the the Tiger record with 11 goals against William and Mary in 1982. Executive Vice President for the Ellis-Gibson Development Com-2006 He earned honorable mention All-America honors in 1983 and pany in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and chairs the Face-Off Club.Thomas Jennings, Midfield, First Team was a first team All-ODAC honoree in both 1982 and 1983. Bo- John and his wife, Marisca, have two children, Jack and Hunter.Colin Dunn, Long Stick Midfield, First Team naventura, a political science major while at Hampden-Sydney, John is a member of the Hampden-Sydney College Board ofVince Smith, Attack, Second Team is a Vice Chairman for Laidlaw and Company, Investment Bank- Trustees. John’s son Jack Gibson is a sophomore defensemanMichael Via, Midfield, Second Team Colin Dunn, Four-Time First-Team Chris Lucas, Four-Time First-Team ers in New York City. His wife, Linda, graduated from Fairfield. for the Tigers and a dean’s list and All-ODAC Academic Stu-John Pritzlaff, Defense, Second Team All-ODAC, All-State All-ODAC They have three children, Christian, Kelly and Daniel. dent-Athlete. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 50. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club HaMPDen-syDney Hall oF FaMe MeMbeRs Jeff Jackson Thacher Worthen ‘93 Dr. Jamie Worthen Hall of Fame Class of 1998 Hall of Fame Class of 2004 ‘98 1990 USA Team Worthen earned both lacrosse Hall of Fame Class of While at Hampden-Sydney from and water polo All-America 2009 1984-88, midfielder Jeff Jackson honors in 1993. He also re- At the 1998 United netted 157 goals and was named All- ceived the prestigious Gam- States Intercollegiate America twice. The 1988 first team mon Cup, awarded to the H-SC Lacrosse Association All-America and ODAC Player of the Student-Athlete of the Year. (USILA) All-Ameri- Year went on to become one of the A four-year starter in lacrosse, can banquet, Jamie most successful players nationally. Worthen earned USILA honor- Worthen was pre- In 1990, Jackson was the young- able mention All-America and sented with the Wil- est member of Team USA; a team All-ODAC honors. Worthen liam C. Stiles Memo- that won a World Championship also led the Tiger water polo rial Award, bestowed in Perth, Australia. As the five-time team to the Division III East upon the Nationalcaptain of the Chesapeake Lacrosse Club, Jackson earned 1991 Coast Final Eight, and was voted the Southern Conference Play- Player of the Year at Defense. Jamie earned All-American hon-USCLA Co-Player of the Year honors along with lacrosse great er of the Year. Worthen earned his MBA at Vanderbilt Univer- ors 3 times in his career, earning 1st Team All-American and Aca-Dave Petriemala. In 1994, Jackson was the sole USCLA Player of sity and is presently the President of the Schreiber Corporation demic All-American honors in his senior year. At graduation,the Year. In his final season of field lacrosse, he captained the in Birmingham, Alabama. Thacher and his wife Ila Jo have two Worthen was awarded Hampden-Sydney College’s Gammonhighly select Team Toyota. Jackson also captained the Baltimore children, Kade and Elle. Cup, the College’s highest honor given to a student-athlete.Thunder of the Major Indoor Professional Lacrosse League. He Worthen led the Tigers to an ODAC Championship and to awas named All-Pro from 1991-93 and the team’s Most Valuable quarterfinal appearance in the NCAA Tournament. After grad-Player in 1991 and 1992. He retired in 1995 as the team’s all-time uation, Jamie entered the University of Alabama at Birminghamleading scorer. Jackson presently works as a Senior Loan Officer Medical School where he was voted Class President by his peers.for Southern Trust Mortgage in Baltimore, Maryland. Jeff and Jamie is now an orthopedic surgeon. Jamie’s brother Thacherhis wife, Maria, have two children, Kevin and Lauren. (HSC ‘93) was inducted into the 2004 Hall of Fame and also re- ceived the Gammon Cup. Dr. Jamie Worthen and his wife, Dr. Bevelle Worthen, have two children, Eva Jane and Gabriella. Brad Johnson ‘89 Hall of Fame Class of 2006 A lacrosse standout, Brad John- Howard “Howdy” Myers son ranks sixth all-time in Tiger Chris Bissinger ‘95 (Special Citation) lacrosse history with 115 career Hall of Fame Class of 2008 Hall of Fame Class of 2010 goals and seventh all-time with Chris Bissinger was a four-year Howdy Myers was a lacrosse 167 career points. In 1989 he re- letter winner on the Tiger la- coach for 46 years amassing corded one of the top single- crosse team and rates as one a 379-141-6 overall record. season efforts of all-time with 68 of the program’s all-time best He was the first full time points, courtesy of 45 goals and midfielders. In 1995, Bissinger lacrosse coach at Hampden- 23 assists. He was a two-time first earned USILA second team All- Sydney and from 1976-78 team all-conference honoree as America accolades as captain he compiled a 22-18 record. he earned first team All-ODAC of a Tiger team that finished Myers is known as the “Fa- honors in 1988 and 1989 and the year at 10-5 overall, captur- ther of Zone Defense,” andwas the ODAC Player of the Year in 1989. Johnson also earned ing the ODAC championship throughout his career hehonorable mention All-America recognition as an attackman and advancing into the NCAA won 17 championships, in-in 1989. The 1989 Tigers won the ODAC Championship in pro- Tournament. Bissinger was a cluding three national championships at Johns Hopkins, wheregram history, with a perfect 6-0 conference record. As team three-time All-ODAC selection, earning second team honors in he was also the football and basketball coach. In 1950, Myersco-captain that season, Johnson also helped guide the team to 1993 and 1994 and a first team nod in 1995. His 38 points in 1995, became the athletic director and head football and lacrossethe NCAA Final Eight. As a freshman, Johnson was also a start- courtesy of 23 goals and 15 assists, rates as the eighth-best single- coach at Hofstra University where he stayed for 25 years. Myersing member of the varsity wrestling program, the final year of season point total among Tiger midfielders, while his 106 career was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1971 andthat program as a varsity sport. Johnson now resides in Denver, points is the fourth-highest point total among Hampden-Sydney the Virginia Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1999. Hampden-Sydney hasColorado with his wife, Andrea. Brad and Andrea have one middies. Bissinger resides in Allentown, PA, with his wife Kerry. its lacrosse MVP award named after him, and the USILA pres-daughter, Summer. Brad is the Director of Sales for ILEX Con- Chris is now the successful Head Lacrosse Coach at Muhlenburg ents an annual “Man of the Year” in his name. Myers passedsumer Products Group, LLC. College. away in 1980. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 51. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club aluMni Colin Dunn ‘08 and alex Pritzlaff ‘08 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 52. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club wHeRe aRe THey now?Dr. Ted Chambers (1982) Brad Johnson (1989) National Defenseman of the Year Will Albright (2005) T.W. Johnson (1996) Vince Smith (2007)Medical Doctor, Surgeon Vice President, Sales Class President Investment Banking Analyst Head Lacrosse Coach Head Lacrosse CoachCardiovascular & Interventional Radiology ILEX Consumer Products Group, LLC Wachovia Capital Markets Hobart College Christ Church SchoolFairfax Hospital All-American, ODAC Player of the Year Chamie Burroughs (1999) Charlotte, NC Geneva, NY Christ Church, VAAll-American H-SC Hall of Fame Commercial Realtor, Harvey Lindsay Realtors Two-time All-AmericanH-SC Hall of Fame Denver, CO Three-time H-SC All-American John Pritzlaff (2006) Andy York (1998)Fairfax, VA Norfolk, VA Director of Leasing Assistant Manager Ryan Harrington (2007) Fitz Cantrell (1992) Revolution Mills Studios ARA Services Atlanta Sales Manager, Harrow SportsJohn Gibson III (1982) Special Agent Randy Ashton (2000) Greensboro, NC Raymond James Stadium 2008 MLL New Jersey Pride MemberExec. VP, Ellis-Gibson Development Group U.S. Navy Criminal Investigative Service President, Owner, Collared Greens Inc. 2-time All-American Tampa, FL All-AmericanH-SC All-American Counter-Espionage Photographer and Author Atlanta, GAH-SC All-Time Leading Scorer Washington, D.C. Recently Published “Fly-Fishing in Idaho” Cameron Hellmuth (2007) Scott Ketcham (2001)H-SC Hall of Fame H-SC All-American Analyst-Commercial Realtor, Head Lacrosse Coach, Randolph College Andrew Mahoney (2009)President, Face-off Club Thacher Worthen (1993) Marcus & Millichap H-SC All-American Goalie Co-Director of Risk ManagementVirginia Beach, VA President, Schreiber Co. Pat Kelly (2000) Washington, DC Led NCAA in Goals Against Cherry Creek Insurance Two-sport H-SC All-American Site Engineer/Consultant, Summit Enterprises Lynchburg, VA Denver Broncos and Mile High StadiumRob Bonaventura (1983) H-SC Hall of Fame Washington, D.C. William Shell (2007) Denver, CO Michael Lynch (2004)Vice Chairman, Sr. Managing Director MBA, Vanderbilt University Account Manager, Green Park Financial Jason Archbell (2002) Investment Residential Coordinator,Laidlaw & Co. Investment Bankers Birmingham, AL Tom Oast Baltimore, MD 1st Assistant Coach M&T BankH-SC All-American U.S. Navy Special Forces Washington and Lee University Baltimore, MDH-SC Hall of Fame Jake Horstman (1994) 1st Team All-American Alumni in Athletic Careers H-SC All AmericanNew York, NY MBA, Vanderbilt University Little Creek, VA Lexington, VA Chris Schaaf (2004) Managing Director Rick Bagby (1979) Associate Commercial RealtorJ. Trevor Boyce (1983) Energy & Power Investment Banking Chris Lucas (2003) Owner, Lacrosse 21 Phil Dick (2003) Keystone Partners LLCPresident, BTC Analysts, Inc. Wells Fargo Securities Engineer and Physicist, Lockheed Martin Former AD at Bellarmine University Assistant Lacrosse Coach, Roanoke College H-SC All-AmericanDivision of Microlabs, Inc. Charlotte, NC Master’s in Atomic Physics Former AD at Emerson College H-SC All-American Charlotte, NCPittsburgh, PA Three-time All-American Former VP of Foxborough Stadium Salem, VA Harry Jones (1994) Denver, CO Boston, MA Will Albright (2005)Will McNeely (1986) MBA, University of North Carolina Jason Rostan (2003) Investment Banking AnalystExecutive VP, Eagle Corporation Partner/Founder, Edge Capital Partners LLC Michael Lynch (2004) Mac Freeman (1989) First Assistant Lacrosse Coach Wachovia Capital MarketsCharlottesville, VA Atlanta, GA Investment Residential Coord., M&T Bank Executive VP of Stadium Operations Hampden-Sydney College Charlotte, NC Baltimore, MD Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium MLL Denver Outlaws DrafteeDeane Cheatham (1988) Paul Landaiche (1994) Denver, CO ODAC Player of the Year John Pritzlaff (2006)Realtor Owner/Partner, Hometown Realty Senior Director of Oklahoma Complex Chris Schaaf (2004) Two-time H-SC All-American Director of LeasingRichmond, VA Merrill Lynch Associate Commercial Realtor Mic Grant (1993) Hampden-Sydney, VA Revolution Mills Studios Oklahoma City, OK Keystone Partners LLC Head Lacrosse Coach, Marywood University Greensboro, NCJeff Jackson (1988) H-SC All-American Scranton, PA Eamon Thornton (2006) 2-time All-AmericanVP, Southern Trust Mortgage, Inc. Lach Cheatham (1995) Charlotte, NC Lacrosse Coach and TeacherODAC Player of the Year President and Owner Chris Bissinger (1995) Holy Innocence High SchoolThree-time H-SC All-American Palm Dale Oil Company, Inc. Head Lacrosse Coach, Muhlenberg College Men’s Director - Global Players AbroadH-SC Hall of Fame Fort Pierce, FL Fitz Cantrell ‘92 H-SC All-American H-SC Academic All-American1990 USA Team Member, World Champions poses with for- H-SC Hall of Fame Atlanta, GABaltimore, MD Ray Lockard (1995) mer President of Allentown, PA Associate Director of the United States Elliot Dent (1995)Richard Wilt (1988) Quality Assurance George Bush. Cant- Teacher and Head Lacrosse CoachVP, Senior Financial Advisor, Merrill Lynch Anylam Pharmaceuti- rell is now a special Memphis University SchoolWest Palm Beach, FL cal, Inc. agent in the United (Seven-time State Champions) Cambridge, MA States Navy Crimi- Memphis, TNJack Barber (1989) nal InvestigativeAnalyst/Money Manager, JMP Asset Dr. Jamie Worthen Service, Counter- J.P. Stewart (1995)Management (1998) Espionage. Head Lacrosse Coach, Virginia WesleyanH-SC Hall of Fame Orthopedic Surgeon Virginia Beach, VASan Francisco, CA Taos, New Mexico Hampden-Sydney alumni and team members entered the Vail Tourna- All-American ment in 2009 and finished 6th place in the Elite Division in their first year. 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse
  • 53. Contents This is H-SC History Alumni Hampden-Sydney College Lacrosse201 Season 1 2010 Season ODAC Face-Off Club olD DoMinion aTHleTiC ConFeRenCe (oDaC) FaCe-oFF Club A Message from Head Coach Ray Rostan Face-Off Club “Giving Societies” On behalf of Hampden-Sydney College, I can- Leading Scorer: $3,000 and up not thank each of you enough for your generous All benefits below plus official H-SC Lacrosse support. So many major physical improve- Helmet ments have been accomplished in the past few years that I want to openly thank several special Hat Trick: $2,000 - $2,999 donors and their familes. I want to thank All benefits below plus season highlight tape, and Face-Off Committee Chair John Gibson ‘82 special guest invitation to the annual Lacrosse Randolph College for his leadership in both achieving our annual Banquet Bridgewater College goals as a Club as well as supporting both our Turf field and the growth of our coaching staff. Goal: $1,000 - $1,999 Special thanks to Everett Hellmuth III ‘75 for his leadership in the All benefits below plus H-SC Lacrosse Collared construction of the Hellmuth-Pritzlaff Stadium and in the incredible Shirt development of the South Wing of the Kirk-Viar Athletic Center. Hampden-Sydney College Thanks also to John Pritzlaff, Sr., for his leadership and drive in the Assist: $500 - $999 development of the Hellmuth-Pritzlaff Stadium. There was great All benefits below plus H-SC Lacrosse Hat Entering its 35th year, the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) is support from many parents, friends and alumni toward the turf fieldEmory & Henry College one of the nation’s largest Division III conferences. The 14-member ODAC, with special contributions from Advisory Board members such as Ground Ball: $100 - $499 Randolph-Macon including Catholic’s associate status, stands as the second-largest multi-sport Rob Bonaventura, J.T. Boyce, Dr. Ted Chambers, and Hunter Craig. Media guide, schedule card, invitation to post- College NCAA Division III conference in the country behind the 15-member American Special thanks also to the Richard Burroughs, George Dunn, and game socials Southwest Conference in Texas. Peter Worthen families for major contributions to our facilities and to Charles Jones and Peter Summers for contributing an annual aca- Please make checks payable and mail to: The league was formed on May 18, 1975 as the Virginia College Conference demic scholarship to Hampden-Sydney College. Thank you to Dean and began operations in September of 1976. (The name change to ODAC be- Cheatham, Brett Bennett, and Rich Wilt ‘88 for recently dressing our Face-off Club - Hampden-Sydney College came effective January 1, 1976). Charter members were eight colleges located locker room. P.O. Box 698, Lacrosse Office in the state of Virginia: Bridgewater College, Eastern Mennonite College, Hampden-Sydney College Emory & Henry College, Hampden-Sydney College, Lynchburg College, Ran- Our Tigers have now won 4 ODAC Championships and competed in Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943-0698 dolph-Macon College, Roanoke College and Washington & Lee University. 8 NCAA tournaments. Since 1995 (when our head coaching posi- Roanoke College tion became a single-sport responsibility) our teams have won 70% From its initial year of operation through the 1981-82 academic year, the of all contests. After several productive recruiting years, we feel that Eastern Mennonite ODAC sponsored competition in 10 men’s varsity sports, including football, we will reestablish our program in the top 5 of NCAA D-III. Most University soccer, and cross country in the fall; basketball, wrestling, and indoor track importantly our athletes have been very successful in the classroom and field in the winter; and baseball, golf, tennis, and outdoor track and and highly productive in their careers! field in the spring. Women’s sports were added prior to the 1982-83 school year. Today, the ODAC has grown to sponsor championships in 22 sports (10 Thank you again for your contributions to the various “Giving Soci- men and 12 women) and houses nine full-time coeducational institutions eties” of our Club. The cost of equipment and travel has doubled in with four single-gender schools making up the current 13 full-time members. the past 10 years. We hope that you will continue to support Tiger Lacrosse as we diligently work toward achieving our goals; goals The conference expanded in the late 1980s, early 1990s and most recently in that include a national title. Above: Coach Rostan and Colin Dunn, 2008 All-American 1999. Virginia Wesleyan became the 13th member of the conference in 1988 In 2009, Coach Rostan and his family completed 25 years at Virginia Wesleyan and began full-scale competition in the league in the 1989-90 academic Ray Rostan Hampden-Sydney College Guilford College College year. Guilford College, voted into the conference in the spring of 1990, Head Lacrosse Coach began competing for conference championships in the 1991-92 season. The Catholic University of America (DC) was accepted for associate membership in football on January 12, 1999. Over the past 16 years the conference and the City of Salem, Va., have gained national attention through hosting five NCAA Division III champion- ships in football, men’s basketball, softball, baseball women’s lacrosse, and volleyball. The growing list of titles passed out in Salem began in the fall of 1993 with the DIII Football Championship. Through the 2008-09 academic year, the conference and city have hosted 46 NCAA Division III Champion- ships since the ‘93 Stagg Bowl. This year, the two will serve as hosts to the Washington & Lee Lynchburg College DIII football and men’s basketball championships. University 2011 Hampden-Sydney Lacrosse

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