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  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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

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