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Game Notes - Hounds at Bayhawks 7/25/15

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Charlotte Hounds at Chesapeake Bayhawks - Saturday, July 25, 2015

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  2. 2. Game No. 14 of 14 CHARLOTTE HOUNDS (3-10) at CHESAPEAKE BAYHAWKS (5-8) Saturday, July 25 | Faceoff 7:00pm ET | Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium,Annapolis MD Where to Watch: ESPN3.com, the WatchESPN app or FSN/SportSouth Join the Twitter Conversation: @CharlotteMLL, @TheBayhawks, #ReleaseTheHounds, #CBHvsCHA
 Charlotte Hounds Media Contact Jillian Fay, Communications Manager jfay@charlottehounds.com O: 704-206-1524 | C: 585-993-4321 www.charlottehounds.com Hounds 2015 Schedule & Results Date Opponent Result 4/12 vs. Rattlers 10-9 (L) OT 4/26 @ Cannons 12-11 (W) OT 5/3 @ Outlaws 15-12 (L) 5/10 vs. Bayhawks 14-10 (L) 5/16 @ Machine 14-10 (L) 5/23 vs. Cannons 19-13 (L) 5/30 vs. Lizards 21-16 (L) 6/5 vs. Machine 14-12 (L) 6/20 @ Lizards 13-12 (W) 6/27 vs. Outlaws 14-11 (W) 7/3 @ Launch 19-9 (L) 7/11 vs. Launch 17-16 (L) OT 7/17 @ Rattlers 18-10 (L) 7/25 @ Bayhawks Current MLL Standings Team Wins Loss GB New York Lizards 10 3 - Ohio Machine 8 5 2 Rochester Rattlers 8 5 2 Boston Cannons 8 5 2 Denver Outlaws 6 7 4 Chesapeake Bayhawks 5 8 5 Florida Launch 4 9 6 Charlotte Hounds 3 10 7 Chesapeake Bayhawks Media Contact Constantine Simantiras, Director of Sponsorship constantine.simantiras@thebayhawks.com O: 443-482-6094 (x 1812) www.thebayhawks.com
  3. 3. Hounds Numerical Roster (Active Players) # Last Name First Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown Twitter 0 Bratton Shamel M 6'1 195 6/26/1988 Virginia '11 Huntington, NY ShamelBratton 1 Chanenchuk Mike M 5'11 180 5/22/1990 Maryland '14 Poquott, NY M_Channy 3 Fowler Brendan M/FO 5'11 195 12/27/1991 Duke ‘14 Wantagh, NY BRabbit_3 4 Sawyer Mike A 5'11 195 6/7/1989 Loyola '13 Waxhaw, NC Mjsawyer4 6 Haus Will M 6'1 183 Duke '15 Palmyra, PA 7 Tripucka Jake M 6'2 200 1/30/1991 Duke '13 Boonton Township, NJ JakeTripucka7 9 Thul Garrett A 6'3 231 5/31/1990 Army ‘13 Flemington, NJ gtlax09 11 Sankey Joey A 5'5 160 North Carolina '15 Warminster, PA jsankey11 13 Orban Kip M 6'2 200 2/13/1993 Princeton ‘15 Westport, CT OrbanPU13 15 Ward Justin A 5'10 210 4/9/1992 Loyola '14 Glen Burnie, MD ThisJust_In15 16 Kimener Terry M 6'2 190 12/1/1984 UMBC ‘08 Oakton,VA TKimna16 18 Clarkson Matt M 5'11 185 Colgate ‘15 Garden City, NY drsmooothie 19 Drew Kevin M 6'1 195 10/8/1990 Syracuse ‘12 Katonah, NY kevdrew19 24 Flanagan Ryan D 6'5 215 8/29/1989 North Carolina ‘11 West Islip, NY RyanFlanagan24 26 Haus John M 6’ 185 9/21/1990 Maryland '13 Chapel Hill, NC johnhaus26 28 Ehrhardt Michael D 6'5 220 1/7/1992 Maryland '14 Westbury, NY AirHeart12 29 Cunningham Kevin A 5'11 165 4/23/1990 Villanova ‘12 Garden City, NY Kev_Cuny29 33 Bassett Pierce G 6’4 203 7/15/1991 Johns Hopkins ‘13 Scottsdale,AZ 33fierce 34 Laconi Pat M 5'9 200 5/2/1992 Loyola '14 Mooristown, NJ CONI_ISLAND 42 Runkel Jack G 6'4 225 Loyola '14 Fairfield, CT Jack_Runkel24 44 Schmidt Brett D 6' 185 7/20/1989 Maryland '11 Maple Glenn, PA BrettSchmidt44 55 Poli Mason D 6’ 225 11/9/1990 Bryant '13 Downington, PA longpoli55 77 Lobb Henry D 6'3 215 10/5/1991 Duke ‘14 Narberth, PA luckyslevins 84 Cinosky Joe D 6'3 220 12/12/1985 Maryland ‘08 Boonton Township, NJ JoeCinosky 88 DeNapoli Thomas M 6' 195 8/8/1992 Towson '14 East Rockaway, NY tdenap8
  4. 4. Hounds Alphabetical Roster (Active Players) # Last Name First Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown Twitter 33 Bassett Pierce G 6’4 203 7/15/1991 Johns Hopkins ‘13 Scottsdale,AZ 33fierce 0 Bratton Shamel M 6'1 195 6/26/1988 Virginia '11 Huntington, NY ShamelBratton 1 Chanenchuk Mike M 5'11 180 5/22/1990 Maryland '14 Poquott, NY M_Channy 84 Cinosky Joe D 6'3 220 12/12/1985 Maryland ‘08 Boonton Township, NJ JoeCinosky 18 Clarkson Matt M 5'11 185 Colgate ‘15 Garden City, NY drsmooothie 29 Cunningham Kevin A 5'11 165 4/23/1990 Villanova ‘12 Garden City, NY Kev_Cuny29 88 DeNapoli Thomas M 6' 195 8/8/1992 Towson '14 East Rockaway, NY tdenap8 19 Drew Kevin M 6'1 195 10/8/1990 Syracuse ‘12 Katonah, NY kevdrew19 28 Ehrhardt Michael D 6'5 220 1/7/1992 Maryland '14 Westbury, NY AirHeart12 24 Flanagan Ryan D 6'5 215 8/29/1989 North Carolina ‘11 West Islip, NY RyanFlanagan24 3 Fowler Brendan M/FO 5'11 195 12/27/1991 Duke ‘14 Wantagh, NY BRabbit_3 26 Haus John M 6’ 185 9/21/1990 Maryland '13 Chapel Hill, NC johnhaus26 6 Haus Will M 6'1 183 Duke '15 Palmyra, PA 16 Kimener Terry M 6'2 190 12/1/1984 UMBC ‘08 Oakton,VA TKimna16 34 Laconi Pat M 5'9 200 5/2/1992 Loyola '14 Mooristown, NJ CONI_ISLAND 77 Lobb Henry D 6'3 215 10/5/1991 Duke ‘14 Narberth, PA luckyslevins 13 Orban Kip M 6'2 200 2/13/1993 Princeton ‘15 Westport, CT OrbanPU13 55 Poli Mason D 6’ 225 11/9/1990 Bryant '13 Downington, PA longpoli55 42 Runkel Jack G 6'4 225 Loyola '14 Fairfield, CT Jack_Runkel24 11 Sankey Joey A 5'5 160 North Carolina '15 Warminster, PA jsankey11 4 Sawyer Mike A 5'11 195 6/7/1989 Loyola '13 Waxhaw, NC Mjsawyer4 44 Schmidt Brett D 6' 185 7/20/1989 Maryland '11 Maple Glenn, PA BrettSchmidt44 9 Thul Garrett A 6'3 231 5/31/1990 Army ‘13 Flemington, NJ gtlax09 7 Tripucka Jake M 6'2 200 1/30/1991 Duke '13 Boonton Township, NJ JakeTripucka7 15 Ward Justin A 5'10 210 4/9/1992 Loyola '14 Glen Burnie, MD ThisJust_In15
  5. 5. Hounds Inactive Player Rosters Practice Squad # Last Name First Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown Twitter 32 Capron Nico D 6'5 225 5/17/1990 Canisius ‘12 Waxhaw, NC nicbro32 Hogan Pat M 5'11 190 RPI ‘14 Sinai, NY 51 Meagher Sean D 6'5 215 Robert Morris ‘14 Chesterfield, MO meagherbombs51 Scheich John A 6'1 185 Catawba ‘14 Waxhaw, NC JohnScheich 76 Ward Billy A 5'9 175 Syracuse '14 Baldwinsville, NY bward03 White Jeff G 5'10 220 Le Moyne ‘13 Buffalo, NY jeffwhite4 Collegiate Inactive Last Name First Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown Twitter Belka Ryan M 5'10 Drexel ‘15 Crofton, MD savedbythebelka Massa Kevin M/FO 5'10 200 8/5/1993 Bryant '15 Huntington, NY
  6. 6. Pronunciation Guide #32 Nico Capron — (Ca-Prone) #84 Joe Cinosky — (Sin-aw-ski) #8 Josh Dionne — (Dye-On) #28 Michael Ehrhardt — (Air-Heart) #26 John Haus — (Hoss) #6 Will Haus — (Hoss) #51 Sean Meagher — (Mayor) #9 Garrett Thul — (Thool) How The Team Was Built Supplemental Drafts Collegiate Drafts Pierce Bassett (G) - 2014 Mason Poli (D) - 2013 Sean Meagher (D) - 2015 Mike Sawyer (A) - 2013 Jack Runkel (G) - 2015 Mike Chanenchuk (M) - 2014 Garrett Thul (A) - 2015 Tom DeNapoli (A/M) - 2014 Josh Dionne (A) - 2014 Mike Ehrhardt (D) - 2014 Brendan Fowler (FO) - 2014 Player Pool Pat Laconi (M) - 2014 Shamel Bratton (M) - 2015 Henry Lobb (M) - 2014 Matt Clarkson (M) - 2015 Justin Ward (A) - 2014 Will Haus (M) - 2015 Joey Sankey (A) - 2015 Trades John Kelly (D) - 2015 Ryan Flanagan (D) - October 2011 Kip Orban (M) - 2015 Brett Schmidt (D) - November 2011 Kevin Drew (M) - September 2012 John Haus (M) - January 2013 Jake Tripucka (M) - January 2013 Terry Kimener (M) - December 2014 Joe Cinosky (D) - January 2015
  7. 7. Hounds Coaching Staff Hounds Medical Staff
 Mike Cerino Head Coach, 4th MLL season Limestone College Director of Athletics & VP/Intercollegiate Athletics Brad Touma Assistant Coach, 4th MLL season Charlotte Country Day HS Boys Varsity Lacrosse Coach Tom Carmean Assistant Coach, 3rd MLL season Guildford College Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Chris Schiller Assistant Coach, 2nd MLL season Southern Select Lacrosse Director / U.S. Men’s National Indoor Team Assistant Coach Jim Galloway Equipment Manager, 4th MLL season Charlotte Catholic HS Boys JV Lacrosse Coach Curt Lamb Strength & Conditioning Coach, 1st MLL season Limestone College Assistant AD for Sports Performance Drew Delaney Advance Scout, 4th MLL season Elizabethtown College Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Travis Gillespie International Scouting Advisor, 1st MLL season City of Coquitlam Firefighter Donald D’Alessandro, MD Team Physician, 4th MLL season OrthoCarolina Physician Catherine Rainbow, MD/SMCAQ Assistant Team Physician, 3rd MLL season OrthoCarolina Physician Ray Beltz ATC/LAT Athletic Trainer, 2nd MLL season OrthoCarolina Rebecca Rich, BA/ATC/LAT Athletic Trainer, 4th MLL season Queens University Crissi Harrison,ATC/L Athletic Trainer, 4th MLL season OrthoCarolina
  8. 8. Hounds vs. Bayhawks All-Time Series: The Hounds are 3-4 in regular-season games versus the Bayhawks since 2012 and 0-1 in post-season games, as these two teams met in the 2013 MLL title game. Chesapeake came away with a 10-9 victory. Previous Season Results: The Hounds and Bayhawks split the regular season in 2014, with each team winning its respective home game. Last Meeting: These teams last met in Charlotte on Sunday, May 10, when the Bayhawks came away with a 14-10 victory.The visitors built up 4-0 lead by the end of the 1st quarter and increased that to 8-2 with seven minutes remaining in the half.The Hounds scored four straight to get back within two, but the Bayhawks responded with a five-goal run of the own.The final minutes were back and fourth as Charlotte tried to mount a comeback, but the Bayhawks prevailed.
 2015 Team Stats Hounds Bayhawks Shots 621 541 Goals Scored 149 (seven 2-pointers) 156 (one 2-pointers) Assists 66 94 Goals Allowed 190 (five 2-pointers) 159 (four 2-pointers) Saves 173 237 Groundballs 418 345 Faceoffs 198-383 (51.7%) 117-363 (32.2%) Penalty Mins. 40.5 38 Power Play 28.3% 22.2% Penalty Kill 66.0% 78.6% 2015 Head-to-Head Stats Hounds Bayhawks Shots 31 25 Goals Scored 9 (one 2-pointer) 14 Assists 4 5 Goals Allowed 14 9 (one 2-pointer) Saves 11 22 Groundballs 34 20 Faceoffs 19-27 (70.4%) 8-27 (29.6%) Penalty Mins. 2 2.5 Power Play 0.0% 0.0% Penalty Kill 100% 100% 2014 Team Stats Hounds Bayhawks Shots 619 628 Goals Scored 153 (nine 2-pt goals) 160 (six 2-pointers) Assists 61 95 Goals Allowed 182 (four 2-pt goals) 173 (six 2-pointers) Saves 196 203 Groundballs 405 420 Faceoffs 176-386 (45.6%) 182-387 (47.0%) Penalty Mins. 49 64.5 Power Play 23.1% 35.3% Penalty Kill 69.1% 56.1% 2014 Head-to-Head Stats Hounds Bayhawks Shots 62 53 Goals Scored 23 (two 2-pointers) 26 Assists 10 18 Goals Allowed 26 23 (two 2-pointers) Saves 27 39 Groundballs 68 65 Faceoffs 30-56 (53.6%) 26-56 (46.4%) Penalty Mins. 6.5 7.5 Power Play 37.5% 66.7% Penalty Kill 33.3% 62.5%
  9. 9. Hounds Previous Game Recap RATTLERS USE STRONG SECOND HALF TO BEAT HOUNDS 18-10 Denhoff,Wolf lead the way for Rochester with four goals each BROCKPORT, NY (July 17, 2015) — The Charlotte Hounds on Friday night lost their third-straight game, falling 18-10 on the road to the Rochester Rattlers. Kyle Denhoff and Jordan Wolf lead the way for the Rattlers with four goals each. Denhoff, a Rochester native, earned Coca-Cola Player of the Game honors. Meanwhile, the Hounds were lead by Joey Sankey with three goals and Mike Chanenchuk with two. The game opened with 4:30 of scoreless play before the Rattlers put two quick goals on the board. Chanenchuk answered for the Hounds, working from behind the cage to beat John Galloway over his left shoulder.The Rattlers got one back before Chanenchuk struck again to keep the Hounds within one. One minute later, Hounds goalie Jack Runkel came up with a save and cleared the ball to Michael Ehrhardt, who found Kevin Cunningham in front to tie the game at 3. Will Haus opened the scoring in the second quarter with a wrap-around goal to give the visitors their only lead of the game, 4-3.After a 14-minute scoring drought, the Rattlers net back-to-back tallies to regain their one-goal advantage.With less than five minutes remaining in the half, Sankey snuck a shot past Galloway to knot the game at 5. But the Rattlers closed the half with four straight goals, including three from Wolf. Momentum stayed with the home team coming out of the half, as Matt Lazore ripped a two-point goal in the opening 30 seconds to push the Rattlers advantage to 11-5.The Hounds finally started to find their rhythm and rattled off three-straight goals, including two from Sankey, to close the gap at four with 3:45 left in the third. But the Rattlers responded with a three-goal run of their own, giving the home team a 14-8 advantage going into the final quarter. Mike Poppleton won the opening faceoff in the fourth, with John LoCascio on the wing to scoop up the loose ball. LoCascio quickly dished the ball to Kevin Rice who finished easily. Denhoff added his third goal for the Rattlers before Hounds rookie Matt Clarkson recorded his first career MLL goal, making it 16-9 in favor of the home team.The teams traded goals before Denhoff sealed the 18-10 victory with a laser from long range. The Hounds (3-10) next week will close out their 2015 campaign in Annapolis, Md. against the Chesapeake Bayhawks (5-8).The Bayhawks are coming off a 9-8 overtime loss to the Boston Cannons on Thursday night. Faceoff is scheduled for 7:00pm at Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Saturday,July 25. ###
  10. 10. Bayhawks Previous Game Recap BAYHAWKS ELIMINATED FROM PLAYOFFS AFTER 9-8 OT LOSS TO BOSTON Fiorito is spectacular with career-high 31 saves for Chesapeake   ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND- Goalie Tyler Fiorito was nothing short of spectacular on Thursday night, making a career-high 31 saves as the Chesapeake Bayhawks went down to the wire with the Boston Cannons in front of 7,944 fans at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.  Fiorito stymied the Cannons time and time again with amazing stops, but his efforts were not quite enough as the Bayhawks suffered a heart-breaking 9-8 overtime loss to the Cannons. Fiorito's previous career-high had been 24 saves, amassed earlier this season against Rochester. “Tyler Fiorito was absolutely unbelievable. I haven't seen a performance like that in a long time," Chesapeake midfielder Joe Walters said. Fiorito leads Major League Lacrosse with 237 saves, a whopping 51 more than any other keeper.The former Princeton All-American is the leading candidate for MLL Goalie of the Year honors as he also leads the league with a phenomenal .598 save percentage. "Tyler has been playing great all year. He's been so consistent so it's not like this was some fluke thing. He's been incredible in cage every game," Chesapeake defenseman Jesse Bernhardt said.   Attackman Ben Rubeor and midfielder Matt Abbott scored two goals apiece to lead the offense for the Bayhawks (5-8), who have officially been eliminated from the playoffs.Walters dished off two assists while attackman Matt Donovan had a goal and two assists for Chesapeake, which needed to beat Boston by four goals in order to remain alive for the playoffs going into next Saturday's regular season finale at home against Charlotte. "It just wasn't clicking for us tonight," Walters said when told the Bayhawks hit a season-low for goals. "There's nothing else to really say. It just wasn't our day.You can't have an off night when you're trying to win a game by four goals. I thought our defensive played outstanding.  The defense was great and the offense just didn't get it done."   Faceoff specialist Eric O'Brien made his Bayhawks' debut and was doing pretty well before breaking his collar bone just minutes into the second half.That proved problematic as Boston won 14 of 21 faceoffs. While the defense was strong overall, it performed particular well when short-handed.The Cannons were just 1-for-7 on the power play, a tribute to the home team's penalty killing unit. "I thought we played great man-down defense tonight," Cottle said. "Boston had a bunch of extra man chances and couldn't take advantage because we did such a good job."    It was a defensive struggle for most of the first half with neither team managing to score a goal for the first 25 minutes, 31 seconds. Boston attackman finally broke the drought by finishing a fastbreak with 4:29 left in the second quarter.
  11. 11. Chesapeake scored its first goal with 46 seconds left in the first half with rookie midfielder Henry Schoonmaker getting the honors. Rookie attackman Matt Donovan found Schoonmaker open up top and the former Syracuse University standout made a nice dodge then fired a jump shot that bounced in front of the crease and skipped into the net. The Bayhawks scored again with 8.9 seconds to go as Donovan drew a slide and dished to a wide-open Danowski, who drove from behind to goal-line extended before canning a lefty shot from the doorstep to make it 2-2 at intermission. Fiorito was simply fantastic in the first half, practically standing on his head in stopping 14 shots in shutting out the visitors for the better part of two periods. Boston outshot Chesapeake 31-15 over the opening 15 minutes. Chesapeake came out much sharper on offense in the second half, scoring two goals in the opening 4 ½ minutes to take a 4-2 lead. Midfielder Ben Hunt barreled past a short stick defender and fired a short bounce shot into the cage. Abbott then took advantage of the fact he had Kevin Buchanan trapped on the offensive end, using a nice spin move to get past the offensive middie and slipping inside for a one-on-one opportunity.Abbott jumped just as he shot and the ball hit the back of the net before he came down in the crease. Cannons head coach John Tucker challenged, but the goal was upheld. Chesapeake led 6-5 and 7-6, but just could not string together enough goals to gain some breathing room. Bernhardt did not blame the offense, saying the defense just needed to get one more stop. "It's a team game.We're not the type to point fingers. Overall, we needed to play better all over the field tonight and that's kind of been the story of the season," Bernhardt said. ###

  12. 12. Hounds Scoring Leaders Hounds Goalie Leaders

  13. 13. Bayhawks Scoring Leaders Bayhawks Goalie Leaders

  14. 14. MLL Scoring Leaders MLL Goalie Leaders

  15. 15. News & Notes PLAYING FOR PRIDE: Both the Hounds and Bayhawks have been eliminated from playoff contention for 2015. TOUGH TERRAIN: The Hounds have never won in Annapolis at Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.All of their wins versus the Bayhawks have come at home in Charlotte. FIRSTTIME FOR EVERYTHING: Rookie Matt Clarkson scored his first MLL goal on Friday against the Rattlers. It was an unassisted, third-quarter tally. BETTER THAN BEFORE: Michael Ehrhardt set a new personal best in groundballs on Saturday night against the Rattlers, recording nine total GBs.The defenseman’s previous high was six groundballs. HE’S GOTTHE POWER: John Haus is one power-play goal away from tying the Hounds’ single-season record of six, originally set by Brian Carroll in 2012. STARS & STRIPES: Attackman Garrett Thul is expected to make his debut with the Hounds on Saturday against the Bayhawks.Thul recently finished US Army Ranger School and will soon begin US Army Airborne School. PUT ME IN, COACH: Furman University this week named John Haus as an Assistant Coach for the Men’s Lacrosse team.
  16. 16. Active Player Notes #1 Mike Chanenchuk (M) — MLL Single Game Highs: Goals (4); Points (4) #3 Brendan Fowler (M/FO) — Back-to-back NCAA Champion with Duke (2013 & 2014) — Also played football during his undergraduate career at Duke — Returned to Duke for grad school in 2014 and used final year of athletic eligibility to join the wrestling team — Named MLL Humanitarian of the Month in July 2014 after cutting and donating hair tot he Locks of Love organization — MLL Single Game Highs: Faceoff (20-26, 76.9%); Groundballs (13); Goals (2) — 2015 MLLWeek 1 and Week 11 FOAthlete of the Week, presented by the Faceoff Academy — 2015 MLLAll-Star Game participant #4 Mike Sawyer (A) — Broke the Guinness World Record for Fastest Lacrosse shot in 2013, shooting 114mph at the MLLAll-Star Game in Charlotte (previous record was 111mph) — 2013 MLLAll-Star participant — Won an NCAA Championship with Loyola in 2012 — Was a Tewaaraton Award Finalist in 2012 — MLL Single Game Highs: Goals (5); Points (6) — Scored three 2-point goals in 2014 #6 Will Haus (M) — Back-to-back NCAA Champion with Duke (2013 & 2014) — Three-time USILAAll-American — Scored his first MLL goal against the NY Lizards on June 20, 2015 #7 Jake Tripucka (M) — Father Kelly Tripucka played for the Charlotte Hornets from 1988-1991 — Late Grandfather Frank Tripucka was the first-ever quarterback for the Denver Broncos in 1960 — Won two NCAA Championships with Duke, the first as a freshman in 2010 and the second as a senior in 2013 — MLL Single Game Highs: Goals (3); Points (3)
  17. 17. #11 Joey Sankey (A) — Three-time USILAThird Team All-American — Three-time All-ACC selection — UNC’s All-time leading scorer with 229 career points — Tied the Hounds’ single game points record on May 23 with eight points (5g, 3a) — 2015 MLLWeek 7 and Week 10 Cascade Rookie of the Week — MLL Single Game Highs: Goals (5); Points (8) — His eight points in Week 7 against the Boston Cannons tied the Hounds’ single-game record, originally set by Ryan Young in 2013 — 2015 MLLAll-Star Game Participant #14 Kip Orban (M) — 2015 USILA Second Team All-American — In 2014 became the first Princeton player since Paul Trombino in 2004 to have at least one goal in every game of a season #15 Justin Ward (A) — 2014 Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year — Won an NCAA Championship with Loyola in 2012 — Holds Loyola’s career assists record (120), single-season assist record (53) and ranks sixth in school history with 177 total points — Volunteer Assistant Coach for Georgetown Men’s Lacrosse — Set the Hounds’ single-season assist record (21) in 2014 — MLL Single Game Highs: Goals (3); Assists (3); Points (5) #16 Terry Kimener (M) — 2008 America East Player of the Year — 2008 America East Tournament MVP — MLL Single Game Highs: Goals (3); Points (5) #19 Kevin Drew (M) — MLL Single Game Highs: Goals (2); Groundballs (6) — 2015 MLLWeek 3 Warrior Defensive Player of the Week — 2014 MLLAll-Star Game participant #24 Ryan Flanagan (D) — 2010 Co-Winner of the Schmeisser Memorial Cup as the nation’s top collegiate defenseman — Four-time MLLAll-Star Game participant (2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015) — Named MLL Humanitarian of the Month in February 2014 — 2014 MLLWeek 9 Warrior Defensive Player of the Week — MLL Single-Game Highs: Groundballs (12); Goals (2)
  18. 18. #26 John Haus (M) — 2015 Hounds Co-Captain — Volunteer Assistant Coach for High Point University Men’s Lacrosse — MLL Single Game Highs: Goals (4); Points (5) — 2015 MLLAll-Star Game participant — Tallied at least one point in 22 straight regular-season games between May 10, 2014 and June 27, 2015. #28 Michael Ehrhardt (D) — MLL Single-Game Highs: Groundballs (9); Points (3) — Scored at least one goal each MLL season (2014 & 2015) #29 Kevin Cunningham (A) — MLL Single-Game Highs: Goals (4); Points (7) — 2015 MLLWeek 11 Warrior Player of the Week #33 Pierce Bassett (G) — MLL Single-Game Highs: Saves (20); Fewest Goals Allowed (7); Most Goals Allowed (21) #34 Pat Laconi (M) — Won an NCAA Championship with Loyola in 2012 — MLL Single-Game Highs: Groundballs (3); — Currently a law student at the University of Baltimore School of Law #44 Brett Schmidt (D) — Two-time MLLAll-Star Game participant (2013 & 2014) — MLL Single-Game Highs: Groundballs (6) #77 Henry Lobb (D) — Won back-to-back NCAA Championships with Duke (2013 & 2014) — MLL Single-Game Highs: Groundballs (3) #84 Joe Cinosky (D) — Two-time MLL Champion (Toronto Nationals 2009, Chesapeake Bayhawks 2010) — 2009 MLLAll-Star Game participant — 2010 FILWorld Championship Gold Medalist as member of Team USA — MLL Single-Game Highs: Groundballs (6) — 2015 Hounds Co-Captain

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