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Name of School: Catawba College Location: 2300 W. Innes St. Salisbury, NC 28144 Nickname: Catawba Indians Founded: 1851 Church Affiliation: United Church of Christ Enrollment: 1,200 Student/Faculty Ratio: 16:1 Average Class Size: 15-20 School Colors: Blue & White Athletic Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: Deep South President: Dr. Joseph Oxendine (Catawba ’52) Director of Athletics: Dennis Davidson (Catawba ’81) Sports Information: Jim Lewis (Catawba ‘89) Sports Information Telephone: (704) 637-4720 Head Athletic Trainer: Bob Casmus Lacrosse Coach: Peter Bourque Lacrosse Office Telephone: (704) 637-4485 Home Field: Shuford Stadium

Staff Directory.................................................................................2 Dr. Joseph Oxendine, President....................................................4 Dennis Davidson, AD.....................................................................4 Athletic Training.............................................................................5 Peter Bourque................................................................................6 Mike Murphy...................................................................................6 Shuford Stadium............................................................................7 Deep South Conference................................................................8 Player Profiles................................................................................9 2012 Team Picture/Seniors....................................................19 2012 Roster...........................................................................20 2011 Statistics............................................................................21 2011 Game-by-Game Results...................................................22 Record Book................................................................................23 Chiefs Club..................................................................................32 Student Support Groups..........................................................33 Compliance..................................................................................34

Media Information: Sports Information Office: Located in Goodman Gym Sports Information Director: Jim Lewis (Catawba ’89) Assistant Sports Info. Director: Chris Triplett (Charlotte ’10) Sports Information Phone: (704) 637-4720 Sports Information Fax: (704) 645-4568

Admissions..................................................................................35 Catawba College.........................................................................36 The Local Region.........................................................................38 North Carolina..............................................................................39 2011 DSC Tourney Champs/2012 Schedule............................40

Website: www.gocatawbaindians.com Catawba College’s official athletic website of all sports. Includes individual team pages that contains rosters, schedules, stories, player bios, statistics, and photo galleries. Those who are unable to attend the events can follow along on LIVE STATS for many of our sports. For a listing of games that will support live stats check out the website.

Credits: Executive Editor: Jim Lewis Contributing Editors: Chris Triplett, Dennis Davidson Typesetting and Design: Chris Triplett Photographers: Jim Lewis, Chuck Williams, James Sipes Photography, Gregg Forwerck, Matt Owen Photography, Harold Hinson Photography, Ray Marsden, Nell Redmon, Curtis Fowler, Eric Wells, Dennis Switzer Catawba would like to thank: Kannapolis Intimidator, Carowinds, Carolina Hurricanes, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Bobcats, US National Whitewater Center, Chuck Williams, Catawba College Public Relations, Christy Armstrong

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STAFF DIRECTORY

Brandon Auton Athletic Training

Jim Baker Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Peter Borque Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach/ Facilities Director

Nick Brown Women’s Soccer Vol. Asst. Coach

Bob Casmus Head Athletic Trainer

Brittany Chester Cross Country Vol. Asst. Coach

Jeff Childress M & W Tennis Head Coach

Tom Childress Vice President for Sports

Dennis Davidson Athletic Director

Leslie Dent Athletic Training

Mike Eden Athletic Training

Mitch Ellis Football Vol. Asst. Coach

Liam Ferrell Head Men’s Soccer Coach

John Fitz Football Asst. Head Coach Strength & Cond.

Paul Friend Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Adrian Gantt Softball Assistant Coach

Jim Gantt Baseball Head Coach

Sam Gealy M & W Golf Head Coach

Josh Gillion Men’s Soccer Graduate Assistant

Ashley Gilroy Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach

Rori Godsey Cross Country Assistant Coach

Betsy Graham M & W Swimming Head Coach

Seth Graham Baseball Assistant Coach

Bill Haggerty Cross Country Head Coach/ Asst. M Basketball

Ginger Hamric Volleyball Head Coach

Chip Hester Football Head Coach

Brian Hinson Football Offensive Line

Jim Hand Athletic Training

Andi Henderson Volleyball Assistant Coach

Frank Cardelle Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Khanis Hubbard Football Defensive Line

Jason Hunt Faculty Athletic Representative

Ricky Joines W. Basketball Assistant Coach

Gordon Kirkland Cheif’s Club Director

Bob Lancaster Football Defensive Coord. Football Operations

Bill Leonard M & W Tennis Assistant Coach

Jim Lewis SID/ Athletic Director of Media Relations

Dorthell Little W. Basketball Assistant Coach

Radell Lockhart Football Defensive Ends

Michael Lowman Baseball Assistant Coach

Freddie Lynn M. Basketball Vol. Asst. Coach

Peggy Mason Secretary/ Concessions Mgr.

Todd McComb Football Co-Special Teams/ Linebackers

Todd Miller Baseball Vol. Asst. Coach

Marvin Moore Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Angie Morton W. Basketball Head Coach

Jim Mundy M & W Golf Assistant Coach

Michael Murphy Lacrosse Assistant Coach

Lyle Naber Football Graduate Assistant Y-Backs

Katie Osteen Cheerleading Head Coach

Shane Prescott Softball Assistant Coach

Corey Ready Football Vol. Asst. Coach Defensive Backs

Stacy Rider Athletic Training

Amber Stanley M & W Swimming Assistant Coach

DJ Summers Football Recruiting Coord./ Running Backs

Michael Swan Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Greg Tinsley Men’s Basketball Vol. Assit. Coach

Shawn Thomas Football Vol. Asst. Coach

Chris Triplett Assistant SID

Rhonda Truitt Title IX Coordinator

Craig Turnbull Compliance/ Sr. Assistant AD

Deana Waintraub Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

Nan Whitley Softball Head Coach/ Sr. Women’s Adm.

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Sherman Howze Football Assistant Coach

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Dr. Joseph B. Oxendine President

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Dr. Joseph B. Oxendine, chancellor emeritus of UNC Pembroke, is currently serving as the interim president of Catawba College. Oxendine took over in March of 2011. Oxendine is a 1952 alumnus of Catawba and a member of the Board of Trustees. A native of Pembroke, NC, Oxendine served as chancellor of UNC Pembroke from 1989-1999. During his tenure there, the institution changed its name from Pembroke State University, its Carnegie Foundation classification to Comprehensive I, and its athletic conference from NAIA to NCAA II. New degree programs were also added under Oxendine’s leadership, including a RN-BSN nursing program (offered jointly with Fayetteville State University), an MBA program, MA degrees in Agency Counseling and School Counseling, and bachelors degrees in Criminal Justice, Community Health Education, American Studies, Mass Communications, and Birth-Kindergarten. The landscape of the UNC Pembroke also changed during this period, with new, expanded, and renovated buildings, and an increase in student diversity. Oxendine graduated from Catawba College in 1952, and earned his master’s of education degree from Boston University in 1953 and his doctorate of education from Boston University in 1959. He worked in automobile factories in Detroit, Michigan, played professional baseball in the Pittsburgh Pirates Minor League System for three years, and served in the U.S. Army from 1953-1955 in Korea and Hawaii. He was a teacher and athletic coach in the Lynchburg Public Schools in Virginia between 1955 and 1957, before becoming a Teaching Fellow at Boston University between 1957 and 1959. For 30 years, between 1959 and 1989, he served as dean and professor at Temple University in Philadelphia. Oxendine has authored two books: “American Indian Sports Heritage,” two editions (1988/1995), University of Nebraska Press; and “Psychology of Motor Learning,” two editions (1968/1984), Prentice-Hall, Incorporated. He also has authored three dozen professional and research articles, and five chapters in books on motor learning. His honors and accolades are numerous. Catawba honored him in 2007 with its O.B. Michael Award, inducted him into its Sports Hall of Fame in 1978, and awarded him an Honorary Doctor of Science degree in 1979. Boston University honored him with its Alumni Award for Distinguished Public Service in 1978, while Temple University awarded him its Stauffer Award for Outstanding Faculty Service in 1989. He received the R. Tait McKenzie Award from the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance in 1993 and the Charles D. Henry Award for the enhancement of ethnic minority members in 1989. Oxendine serves or has served on the board of directors for the Lost Colony; the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Colleges; the National Institute of Health’s Office of Minority Programs; the Fact-Finding Team of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities; and the Advisory Council for the N.C. Center for Nursing. Oxendine has been married for 50 years to the former Adrienne McNaughton of Philadelphia and the two are parents of two adult children, James Thomas and Jean Marie.

Dennis Davidson Director of Athletics Dennis Davidson has been director of athletics since May of 1996. He came to Catawba College in July 1984 as director of public information and moved totally into sports information one year later. In 1991, Davidson was promoted to assistant to the athletic director, and in 1993, he was promoted to assistant athletic director for game operations, in addition to the sports information duties. Davidson oversees the entire athletic program at Catawba. He has also been responsible for securing athletic advertising and sponsorships and has had significant roles in Catawba’s Sports Hall of Fame inductions, the South Atlantic Conference Spring Sports Festival and the year-end athletic ceremony. He is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and was a member of the regional advisory committee for NCAA Division II football (2002- 04). Davidson is currently the South Atlantic Conference AD liaison for baseball and women’s basketball and chairman of the SAC Athletic Directors Council. Davidson was also highly involved in the planning of the Hayes Field House and Shuford Stadium reconstruction. He also has directed the highly popular Sam Moir Christmas Basketball Classic since 1996. A former member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), Davidson was chairman of the NAIA District 26 SIDs and the Carolinas Conference Awards Committee for three years (1986-89). He was voted by his peers as District 26 SID of the Year for 1987-88 and 1992-93. Born in Statesville, but reared in Salisbury, Davidson graduated in 1977 from West Rowan High School, where he was a four-year letterman in baseball, earning All-North Piedmont Conference honors as a senior. Davidson earned a bachelor’s degree in English at Catawba in 1981, working as a part-time writer at The Salisbury Post during his college years. He actually began at The Post as a 16-year-old sportswriter in 1975. A member of Milford Hills United Methodist Church, Davidson is president of the Westside Pool Association. He is also a member of the PTA at Southeast Middle School. Davidson resides in Salisbury with his wife, Toni, a registered nurse at Lexington Memorial Hospital. They have three daughters, Bethany (22), a Catawba graduate, Katie (19), a sophomore at Catawba, and Carrie (14).

ATHLETIC TRAINING

Mike Eden arrived at Catawba College in August of 1999, joining the staff as an instructor for Physical Education, Athletic Training, and Exercise Science. He also serves as the athletic trainer for the men’s and women’s soccer teams and men’s lacrosse team. Originally from Medford, NJ, Eden graduated cum laude from Elon College in 1995, earning his Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training. After working for a short time as a Rehabilitation Techician at the Moses Cone Memorial hospital in Greensboro, NC, Eden completed graduate study at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga from 1998-99, receiving a Master of Science degree in Athletic Training/Exercise Physiology. Along with athletic trainers Robert Casmus, Travis Armstrong and Christy Armstrong, Eden instructs athletic training students in various educational classes that include Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology, and Therapeutic Modalities. In addition to being an academic advisor, he also serves as an approved clincial instructor for the Athletic Training Educational Program. Over his athletic training career, Eden has worked as an ATC for the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association, Dixie Top 150 Premier Lacrosse Camp, and has presented at the state, district, and national levels. In 2010, he received the “Athletic Training Educator of the Year” award from the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association. Eden and his wife, Emilee, a Physician Assistant at Farrington Family Medical Center, currently reside in Salisbury, NC.

Lamar Dorton Athletic Training Room

The Lamar Dorton athletic training room is located in the Miriam and Robert Hayes Field House, which was completed in 2002. Football, M/W soccer, M/W lacrosse and softball use this facility to provide the medical care for these six Catawba sports. Also located in the Hayes Field House includes coaches offices, meeting and classrooms, locker rooms and a weight room. Athletes receive injury prevention, assessment, management and rehabilitation here. There are eight treatment tables and 5 taping tables available. The facility provides state-of-the art modality treatment, which includes ultrasound, electrical stimulation, diathermy, cold laser and a hydrotherapy room for hot or cold whirlpools. In addition, a portion of the facility is equipped with rehabilitation equipment such as a stationary bike, stair stepper, physioballs and free weights. A separate room is designated for the Biodex machine, which performs isokinetic muscle testing. Also included is the head athletic trainer’s office and a private physician’s exam room.

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MIKE EDEN, MS, LAT, ATC

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PETER BOURQUE

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HEAD COACH Peter Bourque is in his 19th season as the head coach of the Catawba lacrosse program in 2012. He arrived in June 1993 to build the program from its inception. Along with his coaching duties, Bourque also serves as an Assistant Athletic Director at Catawba. This past season, the Indians posted their second winning season and advanced to the Deep South Tournament final. Last season, Bourque guided the Indians to its first Deep South Conference Tournament Championship and a school record 12 wins. In 2007, Catawba earned a share of the Deep South Conference title. In both 2004 and 2005, the Indians advanced to the DSC Tournament final. Bourque has been rewarded for his efforts by being named the Deep South Conference Coach of the Year in both 2000 and 2003. In 1999, Bourque was selected to coach in the prestigious USILA North-South All-Star game in Saratoga Springs, NY. He graduated from Guilford College in 1988, where he earned a BS in Sports Management. While at Guilford, Bourque was a four-year athlete, and received the Neuris-English Athletic Leadership Award, recognizing him as one of the outstanding athletes at the school. In 1992, Bourque went on to receive his M.Ed. in School Administration from Lynchburg College, in Virginia, where he was a member of Kappa Delta Pi International Education Honor Society. Bourque was born in Springfield, MA, but was reared in Westfield, NJ. He graduated from Westfield High School and The Gunnery Prep School in Washington, CT. Bourque carries with him much experience, having coached at Greensboro College, Lynchburg College, M.I.T Cambridge, MA, and Guilford. In the summer, Bourque serves as a director for the successful Dixie Top 150 lacrosse camps. During his tenure at Catawba, Bourque is proud to have coached 30 All-Deep South Conference performers. He has also coached six All-Americans and one Academic All-American, the USILA’s top award. Bourque has served on several NCAA Division II lacrosse committees and currently holds the post as Division II Regional Director for All-American Selection Committee. Bourque and his wife, Ann, reside in Salisbury. They have three children; Kathleen Isabel (15), Brendan Peter (14) and Molly Ann (12).

MIKE MURPHY ASSISTANT COACH Mike Murphy returned to Catawba as an assistant coach with the men’s lacrosse program 2010. He was previously an assistant from 1999-2001. Murphy is a 1998 Catawba graduate, earning a degree in communications. While at Catawba, Murphy earned All-Deep South Conference honors and was a pre-seaosn All-American in 1997. Murphy played both at attack and as a defender at Catawba and set a then school-record of 51 points as a junior, scoring 31 goals with 20 assists. After college, Murphy traveled twice to England to play against the national team and still plays in the SCOG League. Murphy coached two years at Myers Park High School in Charlotte before returning to his alma mater. During that time he coached several travel teams in the area, including the Carolina Colts, Carolina Blues and Team Charlotte. A native of Rockville, MD, Murphy grew up in a lacrosse family. His father, two brothers and sister all played lacrosse at the collegiate level. One brother, Tim, also played at Catawba.

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SHUFORD STADIUM

Among the amenities in the stadium are the Hurley Press Box and the Belk Track. The Hurley Press Box is a four-level facility with the fourth floor serving as the operations level. Nearly 300,000 bricks were used in the new construction of the press box and the outside wall. Catawba and Shuford Stadium has played host to four Deep South Conference Tournaments. The Indians have advanced to the final in three of those; 2004, 2007 and 2010. Since returning to Shuford Stadium for the 2003 campaign, Catawba has a home record of 28-35.

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Shuford Stadium has been home to the Catawba lacrosse team since its inception in 1994. The team used Frock Field for two seasons while the stadium was being reconstructed in 2001 and 2002. The stadium seats approximately 2,500 for lacrosse. The Indians grabbed their first-ever lacrosse win at home against Merrimack on March 25, 1995.

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DEEP SOUTH CONFERENCE

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Begun in 1994 with Catawba, Greensboro, Limestone, Pfeiffer and Virginia Tech as the Deep South League, the Deep South Conference is one of the oldest and most prestigious lacrosse leagues in the South. It is dedicated to the highest quality of competition and sportsmanship.

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St. Andrews joined in 1995 replacing Greensboro, while Virginia Tech left the league in 1996. Wingate and Lees-McRae were added in 1997. In the summer of 1997, the Deep South was officially formed as a fully sanctioned NCAA Division II conference with six charter members in North and South Carolina. Those schools were Catawba, Lees-McRae, Limestone, Pfeiffer, St. Andrews and Wingate. With six teams, the Deep South Conference held its inaugural postseason tournament in 1997. In 1999, Mars Hill entered the Deep South Conference, increasing its membership to seven teams. Queens entered the league in 2004 to give the DSC eight teams. Belmont Abbey and Presbyterian joined in 2006. Ten teams competed for the 2006 Deep South Conference title. An amazing five teams shared the 2006 DSC regular season championship. Three DSC teams have participated in the NCAA Division II tournament. The league owns two national titles. Following the 2006 season, the Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference (now Conference Carolinas) began sponsoring men's lacrosse. That led to the departure from the Deep South of the member institutions of that conference. Presbyterian would leave after the 2007 year to become a member of NCAA I. With the loss of the schools from the CVAC the Deep South Conference expanded to include schools in Florida. Saint Leo and Rollins were the first to join with Florida Southern becoming a member in 2009. Lenoir-Rhyne was added in 2011 and the league welcomed Tampa and Florida Tech as its newest members in 2012 to give the league nine schools.

CURRENT DSC MEMBERS

FLORIDA SOUTHERN

CATAWBA

FLORIDA TECH

ST. LEO

ROLLINS

MARS HILL

TAMPA

LENOIR-RHYNE

WINGATE

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PLAYER PROFILES

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Braden Artem, ATT

Daniel Couchenour, MID

Senior 5’11” l 170 lbs Acton, ONT, CANADA Christ the King

Sophomore 6’2” l 215 lbs Fort Mill, SC Nation Ford

#24

2011: Named the Deep South Conference Tournament MVP after helping the Indians to their first title ... also earned first team All-DSC honors after scoring a team-best 43 goals ... ranked third in the league in both goals and points, which stood ninth and 12th in NCAA II, respectively ... tied a school mark with eight goals in M/12 win at Saint Leo ... his 43 goals were the second most in a season and the most ever by a junior ... tied Wingate game in final seconds of eventual overtime win to open the DSC Tournament ... finished that game with five goals ... scored the double-overtime winner in semifinal upset of #9 Mars Hill ... that was one of his three game-winning tallies. 2010: Shared team lead with 35 goals ... ranked sixth in the Deep South Conference and 29th in NCAA II in goals per game ... finished eighth in DSC and 28th nationally in total points ... his 15 assists stood 11th in DSC ... earned DSC All-Tournament honors ... had three goals and two assists in opening tourney win over Wingate and a pair of goals in the final ... scored three game-winning goals, including Rollins where he tallied five goals ... also had three assists in that win to garner DCS Player of Week honors ... scored four goals in wins over Pfeiffer and Florida Southern.

#27

2011: Saw action in nine games as a freshman ... had a goal and six ground balls in win over Ohio Valley ... won 10 of 25 face-offs on the year . HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Nation Ford High School ... was named All-State and served as captain ... helped Falcons to a pair of conference titles ... team went 13-2 his senior year. PERSONAL: Born Dainel McKinley Couchenour on June 17, 1992 in Charlotte, NC ... son of Scott and Teresa Couchenour ... environmental science major with a very good 3.23 GPA for fall semester.

2011 Career

GP SHOTS 9 2 9 2

Career Highs Goals: Points: Ground Balls: Face-Offs Won:

GOALS 1 1

1 1 6 6

ASSTS PTS 0 1 0 1

GB 9 9

vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11)

Tom Cullop, MID Junior 6’2” l 200 lbs New Windsor, MD S. Carroll

#6

2011: Played in all 16 games ... third on team with 13 caused turnovers and was fourth with 34 ground balls ... had game-winning goals in each of the first 2009: Started all 13 games two wins ... had a pair of goals and two assists in win over #4 Merrimack ... ... led team with 31 goals, ranking fourth in DSC and 20th in NCAA II ... scooped up seven ground balls in DSC Tournament win at Wingate. scored five goals, including game-winner, agaisnt Lees-McRae ... tallied four goals with two assists at St. Andrews leading to DSC Freshman of the 2010: Was an All-Deep South Confernce selection and the league’s FreshWeek honors ... grabbed six ground balls at Rollins. man of the Year ... third on team with 18 goals and ranked 11th in DSC with HIGH SCHOOL: Was a starter at Christ the King High School ... was MVP 14 assists ... grabbed DSC Freshman of the Week honors on M/29 after scoring two goals with two assists in win over Rollins ... scored three goals in and team captain ... was also the hockey MVP and played basketball. regular-season loss at Mars Hill ... scored game-winner at Wingate. PERSONAL: Born Braden Andrew Artem on Sept. 30, 1988 in Guelph, Ontario, Canada ... son of George and Carolyn Artem ... business major. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at South Carroll High School ... earned all-conference and all-county honors ... scored 22 goals with 44 assists as a junior ... also played football for the Cavaliers and helped team to regional title. 2009 2010 2011 Career

GP SHOTS 13 86 17 107 16 99 46 292

Career Highs Goals: Assists: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

GOALS 31 35 43 109

8 3 10 7 3

ASSTS PTS 4 35 15 50 13 56 32 141

GB 33 42 24 99

at Saint Leo (3/12/11) Three times, last at Lenoir-Rhyne (3/19/11) at Saint Leo (3/12/11) vs. Greensboro (4/24/10) at St. Andrews (2/12/11)

PERSONAL: Born Thomas Gregory Cullop on Aug. 27, 1991 in Westminster, MD ... son of Barry and Patty Cullop ... communications major with an excellent 3.34 GPA for fall semester.

2010 2011 Career

GP SHOTS GOALS ASSTS PTS 16 59 18 14 32 16 61 7 11 18 32 120 25 25 50

Career Highs Goals: Assists: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

3 3 4 7 3

GB 28 34 62

at Mars Hill (3/6/10) at Wingate (4/10/10) Four times, last vs. Merrimack (3/21/11) at Wingate (4/12/11) Twice, last at Mars Hill (4/14/11)

Alex Hodges, ATT

Sophomore 6’1” l 180 lbs Charlotte, NC S. Mecklenburg

Senior 5’8” l 155 lbs Columbia, SC Whitney Point (NY) l Broome CC

#26

2011: Played in two games

Transfer from Broome Community College.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at South Mecklenburg High School ... also ran cross country and swam for the Sabres. PERSONAL: Born Shaheen James Fadel on Dec. 26, 1991 in Charlotte ... son of Shaheen and Sandra Fadel ... has interest in political science.

2011 Career

GP SHOTS 2 0 2 0

GOALS 0 0

ASSTS PTS 0 0 0 0

GB 0 0

2011: Played in 15 games and made two starts ... handed out five assists in win over Ohio Valley ... scored three goals in win at Saint Leo ... scored a pair of goals in opening win at St. Andrews ... transfer from Broome Community College. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year starter at Whitney Point (NY) High School ... twice named all-conference ... served as captain for the Eagles and was team MVP as a senior ... helped Eagles to three division titles and a pair of sectional championships. PERSONAL: Born Alexander Hodges on Dec. 16, 1986 in Giessen, GERMANY ... son of Carl Hodges and Tammy Hodges ... exercise science major with a very good 3.29 GPA.

William Foy, DEF Junior 5’10” l 190 lbs Baltimore, MD Cardinal Gibbons School

#19

2011: Saw action in a pair of games ... had a pair of ground balls and caused two turnovers in win over Ohio Valley ... also caused a turnover in DSC Tournament win at Wingate. 2010: Played in just one game as a freshman, coming in tournament win over Wingate.

2011 Career

GP SHOTS 15 22 15 22

Career Highs Goals: Assists: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

PERSONAL: Born William Christopher Foy on Jan. 19, 1991 in Baltimore ... son of Peter and Barbara Foy ... music and environmental science major with a fine 3.16 GPA. GP SHOTS GOALS ASSTS PTS 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0

Career Highs Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

2 2

GB 0 2 2

vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11)

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GOALS 7 7

3 5 5 3 2

ASSTS PTS 11 18 11 18

GB 13 13

at Saint Leo (3/12/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) at Wingate (4/12/11)

Brett Howe, MID

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year starter at Cardinal Gibbons High School ... was captain and won Coaches Award as a senior ... was JV MPV as a freshman ... helped Gibbons to conference title as a junior and a championship game appearance as a senior.

2010 2011 Career

#23

Junior 6’0” l 170 lbs Moseley, VA Cosby

#44

2011: Played in 15 games ... scored a goal and added a pair of assists in win at Lenoir-Rhyne ... also scored in win over Ohio Valley. 2010: Appeared in 16 games and made one start as a freshman ... two of his four goals came in Deep South Tournament win over Wingate ... had goal and assist in win over St. Andrews ... credited with 17 ground balls and one casued turnover. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year starter at Cosby High School ... served as captain for the Titans ... was the JV MVP. PERSONAL: Born Brett Austin Howe on Feb. 28, 1991 in Richmond, VA ... son of Jeff and Tammy Howe ... history major with an excellet 3.46 GPA. 2010 2011 Career

GP SHOTS 16 16 15 26 31 42

Career Highs Goals: Assists: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

GOALS 4 2 6

2 2 3 5 1

ASSTS PTS 3 7 5 7 8 14

GB 17 12 29

vs. Wingate (4/13/10) at Lenoir-Rhyne (3/19/11) Twice, last at Lenoir-Rhyne (3/19/11) at Lees-McRae (4/28/10) Six times, last at Mars Hill (4/14/11)

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Shea Fadel, LSM

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Christian Klimczyk, GOAL

Sophomore 6’1” l 165 lbs Windermere, FL W. Orange

Junior 5’7” l 190 lbs Linthicum, MD Cardinal Gibbons School

#7

2011: Saw action in six games ... had three goals and four assists in win over Ohio Valley ... scored a goal in DSC Tournament Championship win over Florida Southern ... also had a goal in season finale at #4 Limestone. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at West Orange High School ... served as captain and set school assist record as a freshman ... helped Warriors to a district title. PERSONAL: Born Emerson Davis Hughes on Feb 13, 1992 in Atlanta, GA ... son of Doug and Sherri Hughes ... communications major. 2011 Career

GP SHOTS 6 10 6 10

Career Highs Goals: Assists: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

GOALS 5 5

3 4 7 4 1

ASSTS PTS 4 9 4 9

GB 5 5

vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11)

Sophomore 5’10” l 180 lbs Jamestown, NC Ravenscroft

GP SHOTS 4 5 4 5

Career Highs Goals: Points: Ground Balls:

GOALS 1 1

1 1 3

ASSTS PTS 0 1 0 1

GB 4 4

Sophomore 5’8” l 170 lbs Weddington, NC Weddington

#9

2011: Saw action in nine games ... recorded a pair of ground balls in win over Ohio Valley. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Weddington High School ... was captain and earned Great 38 All-Star honors as a senior ... named honorable mention all-conference as a junior. PERSONAL: Born Brendan Patrick Kennedy on Nov. 14, 1992 in New York, NY ... son of Jim and Denise Kennedy ... has interest in criminal justice.

Career Highs Ground Balls:

2

ASSTS PTS 0 0 0 0

GP 5 5

MIN 44 44

Career Highs Ground Balls: Saves:

GB 5 5

vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11)

SAVES 5 5

1 3

SAVE% 71.4 71.4

GOALS ALLWD 2 2

GA AVG. 2.70 2.70

vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) at Limestone (4/30/11)

Brendan Lawson, DEF Sophomore 6’2” l 170 lbs Charlotte, NC Myers Park

#15

2011: Played in just one game ... caused a turnover against Ohio Valley. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year starter at Myers Park High School ... helped Mustangs to 19-1 record and a State 4A title in 2010. PERSONAL: Born Brendan Charles Lawson on July 10, 1991 in Charlotte ... son of Tim and Mary Lou Lawson ... athletic training major with an outstanding 3.66 GPA.

2011 Career

vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11)

GOALS 0 0

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Cardinal Gibbons High School ... served as captain and was team MVP ... named all-conference ... helped Gibbons to conference title.

#25

Brendan Kennedy, MID

GP SHOTS 9 8 9 8

2011: Played in five games and totaled 44 minutes in goal ... picked up five saves ... played nearly 40 minutes vs. Ohio Valley without allowing a goal ... made three saves in season finale at Limestone and two in the opener at St. Andrews. Red-shirted in 2010.

2011 Career

2011: Played in four games ... had a goal and three ground balls in win over Ohio Valley. HIGH SCHOOL: Started two years at Ravenscroft High School ... helped Ravens to three conference titles ... also plays football for Catawba ... PERSONAL: Born Hartland Wayne Jones on Oct. 24, 1991 in Raleigh, NC ... son of Estner Jones and Gerald Stone ... has interest in sports marketing. 2011 Career

#35

PERSONAL: Born Christian Thomas Klimczyk on July 17, 1991 in Annapolis, MD ... son of Thomas and Debra Klimczyk ... business major with a fine 3.13 GPA.

Hartland Jones, MID

2011 Career 12

Davis Hughes, ATT

GP SHOTS 1 0 1 0

Career Highs Caused Turnovers:

GOALS 0 0

1

ASSTS PTS 0 0 0 0

GB 0 0

vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11)

Michael Pecchia, GOAL

Junior 6’0” l 170 lbs Lewisville, NC W. Forsyth

Senior 5’11” l 215 lbs Coquitlam, BC, CANADA Heritage Woods

#10

2011: Was an honorable mention All-Deep South Conference pick ... played in all 16 games ... averaged a goal a game with a high of four in win over Merrimack ... tallied three times in win at Saint Leo, including the game winner ... scored a pair of goals in DSC semifinal win at #9 Mars Hill Did not play in 2009 and 2010. 2008: Saw action in three games ... grabbed a pair of ground balls and caused a turnover in win at Pfeiffer. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at West Forsyth High School ... served as captain for the Titans and was the offensive MVP ... also played football and helped the Titans to three conference titles. PERSONAL: Born Cory John Losselyong on Aug. 1, 1988 in Appleton, WI ... son of Todd and Sara Losselyong ... business major with a good 3.06 GPA for fall semester.

2008 2011 Career

GP SHOTS GOALS ASSTS PTS 3 3 0 0 0 16 55 16 6 22 19 58 16 6 22

Career Highs Goals: Assists: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

4 1 4 3 1

GB 2 17 19

vs. Merrimack (3/21/11) Six times, last vs. Florida Southern (4/17/11) Twice, last vs. Merrimack (3/21/11) Twice, last vs. Belmont Abbey (4/6/11) Three times, last at Wingate (4/12/11)

Gage Mason, DEF Sophomore 5’11” l 190 lbs Apex, NC Apex

#33

2011: Made four starts over his 14 games ... caused nine turnovers and picked up 16 ground balls ... caused a pair of turnovers in A/2 win over Florida Southern and Mars Hill in the DSC Tournament ... collected three ground balls in win over Belmont Abbey. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year starter at Apex High School ... was team captain and was named a Great 38 All-Star ... helped Cougars to a state final as a senior ... was an academic all-conference selection in football.

#11

2011: Earned Deep South All-Tournament honors ... finished second in the league and seventh in NCAA II in saves per game ... ranked 12th nationally and third in the DSC with a .714 save percentage ... his 9.17 goals against average was 18th best in NCAA II ... made 17 saves in onegoal win over #4 Merrimack ... posted career-high of 19 saves vs. #4 Limestone ... allowed less than 10 goals in 11 of the 16 games. 2010: Battled through injuries to play 11 games in goal ... had a .533 save percentage and a 10.94 goals against average ... made 18 saves in opening loss to #1 C.W. Post ... allowed just five goals and recorded 15 saves in win over Rollins ... assisted on goal at Wingate ... was twice named the Deep South Conference Defensive Player of the Week. 2009: Played in four games ... totaled 20 saves over 88 minutes ... high of nine saves came at Queens. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year starter at Heritage Woods ... was a twotime captain for the Kodiaks ... also earned most improved and MVP honors during his career. PERSONAL: Born Michael Attilio Pecchia on Aug. 9, 1991 in Vancouver ... son of Elvio and Lina Pecchia ... business major with a very good 3.38 GPA.

2009 2010 2011 Career

GP 4 11 16 31

MIN 88 581 922 1591

Career Highs Assists: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers: Saves:

SAVES 20 121 193 334

1 1 8 3 19

SAVE% 41.7 53.3 57.8 54.8

GOALS ALLWD 28 106 141 275

GA AVG. 19.14 10.94 9.17 10.37

at Wingate (4/10/10) at Wingate (4/10/10) vs. Rollins (3/26/10) Three times, last at Saint Leo (3/12/11) at Limestone (4/30/11)

PERSONAL: Born Gage Alexander Mason on Feb 9, 1992 in Raleigh, NC ... son of Roberta Spinnenbecker and Brian Mason ... has interest in business. 2011 Career

GP SHOTS GOALS ASSTS PTS 14 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0

Career Highs Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

3 2

GB 16 16

Twice, last vs. Belmont Abbey (4/6/11) Twice, last at Mars Hill (4/14/11)

CATAWBA COLLEGE L A C R O S SE

CATAWBA COLLEGE LACROSSE 2 0 1 2

Cory Losselyong, MID

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Joe Peterson, MID

Trevor Sieracki, MID

Junior 5’9” l 180 lbs Chestertown, MD Queen Anne’s Co.

Sophomore 5’10” l 165 lbs Austin, TX Anderson

#28

2011: Saw action in a pair of games ... had a goal and picked up a ground ball in win over Ohio Valley ... also won all four face-off tries in that win.

#12

2011: Played in 15 games and totaled 13 goals ... three of his goals came in Deep South Tournament final ... scored a pair of goals in regular-season loss to Mars Hill.

2010: Played in two games as a freshman ... collected a ground ball in game at Wingate ... also plays football for Catawba. HIGH SCHOOL: Started at Queen Anne’s Country High School, scoring 12 goals with 14 assists as a senior ... named to North-South Bayside AllStar Game where he was named offensive MVP ... helped Lions to a 13-4 record and to the state finals ... named best senior male athlete ... was a Maryland Scholar Athlete. PERSONAL: Born Joseph Francis Peterson on April 3, 1991 in Ellicott City, MD ... son of Michael and Susan Peterson ... political science major with an excellent 3.42 GPA.

2010 2011 Career

GP SHOTS 2 0 2 2 4 2

Career Highs Goals: Points: Ground Balls: Face-off Wins:

GOALS 0 1 1

1 1 1 4

ASSTS PTS 0 0 0 1 0 1

GB 1 1 2

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Anderson High School ... was named All-State and all-district ... also served as captain and was offensive MVP for the Trojans ... also earned academic all-district honors. PERSONAL: Born Trevor Lee Sieracki on July 30, 1992 in Denver, CO ... son of Rob and Sandi Sieracki ... business major.

2011 Career

GP SHOTS 15 38 15 38

Career Highs Goals: Assists: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

Sophomore 6’1” l 175 lbs Waxhaw, NC Weddington

vs. Flordia Southern (4/17/11) Twice, last vs. Merrimack (3/21/11) Three times, last vs. Fla Southern (4/17/11) Eight times, last at Mars Hill (4/14/11) Twice, last vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11)

PERSONAL: Born John Christopher Scheich on Oct. 8, 1991 in Stoneybrook, NY ...son of Robert and Dianne Scheich ... has interest in education with a good 3.00 GPA for fall semester. GOALS 19 19

5 3 6 5 1

ASSTS PTS 17 36 17 36

Junior 5’8” l 165 lbs Finksburg, MD Cardinal Gibbons School

#4

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Weddington High School ... honorable mention all-conference selection ... served as captain and was team MVP ... helped Warriors to the state playoffs.

Career Highs Goals: Assists: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

GB 8 8

David Stark, DEF

2011: Named to the Deep South All-Tournament team ... led team with 17 assists, finishing the year ranked 10th in the DSC and 45th in NCAA II in assists per game ... scored three goals and handed out a pair of assists in DSC Tournament final ... had a pair of assists in semifinal win at #9 Mars Hill ... scored five goals in win at Lenoir-Rhyne ... collected three assists in A/2 win over Florida Southern.

GP SHOTS 16 61 16 61

3 2 3 1 1

ASSTS PTS 5 18 5 18

vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) Twice, last vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11)

John Scheich, ATT

2011 Career

GOALS 13 13

GB 25 25

at Lenoir-Rhyne (3/19/11) vs. Florida Southern (4/2/11) at Lenoir-Rhyne (3/19/11) at St. Andrews (2/12/11) at St. Andrews (2/12/11)

#17

2011: Saw action in one games ... scored three goals and had an assist in that game, a win over Ohio Valley ... also collected three ground balls. 2010: Played in three games as a freshman ... scored goal and had a ground ball in regular-season loss to Saint Leo ... also had a ground ball against Queens. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year starter at Cardinal Gibbons High School ... served as captain and was an all-conference selection as a senior ... helped Crusaders to a conference title and 17-4 mark. PERSONAL: Born David Michael Stark on Sept. 4, 1991 in Silver Sping, MD ... son of Christopher and Victoria Stark ... business major with an excellent 3.40 GPA for fall semester.

2010 2011 Career

GP SHOTS 3 2 1 4 4 6

Career Highs Goals: Assists: Points: Ground Balls:

GOALS 1 3 3

3 1 4 3

ASSTS PTS 0 1 1 4 1 5

GB 2 3 5

vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11)

Freddie Turcio, MID

Junior 6’3” l 210 lbs Chapel Hill, NC Chapel Hill

Senior 5’7” l 160 lbs Guilford, CT Guilford

#3

2011: Named second team All-Deep South Conference ... started all 16 games ... shared team lead with 20 caused turnovers ... also collected 26 ground balls ... caused three turnovers in DSC semifinal win over #9 Mars Hill ... picked up four ground balls in win over Rollins. 2010: Started all 17 games as a freshman ... earned honorable mention All-Deep South Conference honors ... second on team with 16 caused turnovers ... totaled 33 ground balls with a high of six against St. Andrews.

PERSONAL: Born Andrew VonZeipel Stoltz on Feb. 11, 1991 in Spokane, WA ... son of Kim and Janet Stoltz ... business major with a fine 3.12 GPA for fall semester. GP SHOTS GOALS ASSTS PTS 17 0 0 0 0 16 1 0 0 0 33 1 0 0 0

Career Highs Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

6 3

2011: Earned second team All-Deep South Conference honors ... started all 16 games ... fourth on team with 18 goals ... tallied three goals in wins at Lenoir-Rhyne and Florida Southern on A/2 ... handed out a pair of assists in wins at St. Andrews and Saint Leo ... collected six ground balls in DSC semifinal win at #9 Mars Hill and another five in the championship win over Florida Southern. 2010: Played in all 17 games with one start ... produced eight goals with one assist ... had goal and assist in win over Rollins ... picked up four ground balls in tournament win over Wingate ... credited with four caused turnovers, two in tournament final against Saint Leo.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Chapel Hill High School ... was named AllState and all-confernce ... helped Tigers to a pair of state titles and a runner-up finish as a senior.

2010 2011 Career

#5

GB 33 26 59

St. Andrews (3/17/10) Four times, last at Mars Hill (4/14/11)

2009: Made six starts over 13 games ... second on team in ground balls, ranking 73rd in NCAA II ... caused seven turnovers ... assisted on five goals, including two in win over Rollins. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Guilford High School ... earned AllState and all-area honors ... helped the Indians to a state quarterfinal appearance ... also earned All-State honors in football. PERSONAL: Born Frederick L Turcio on Jan. 4, 1990 in Guilford ... son of Fred and Maria Turcio ... political science major. 2009 2010 2011 Career

GP SHOTS GOALS ASSTS PTS GB 13 14 0 5 5 37 17 32 8 3 11 27 16 40 18 8 26 40 46 86 26 16 42 104

Career Highs Goals: Assists: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

3 2 3 6 2

Twice, last vs. Florida Southern (4/2/11) Three times, last at Saint Leo (3/12/11) Four times last at Wingate (4/12/11) Twice, last at Mars Hill (4/14/11) Three times, last at Saint Leo (3/12/11)

CATAWBA COLLEGE LACROSSE 2 0 1 2

Drew Stoltz, DEF

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Tyler Ulrich, MID

16

Sophomore 5’11” l 165 lbs Ephrata, PA Ephrata

NEWCOMERS #8

2011: Played in a dozen games as a freshman ... scored goals in wins over Pfeiffer and Florida Southern on A/2 ... assisted on goals in wins over St. Andrews and Ohio Valley ... picked up a pair of ground balls and caused a turnover in win at Lenoir-Rhyne. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Ephrata High School ... served as captain for two years ... was an all-section, all-district and all-league selection ... scored 35 goals with 17 assists and 50 ground balls ... helped Mountz to sectional title. PERSONAL: Born Tyler Clarence Ulrich on Dec. 6, 1991 in Ephrata ... son of William and Alice Kay Ulrich ... nephew of Catawba softball coach, Nan Whitley ... communications major. 2011 Career

GP SHOTS 12 5 12 5

Career Highs Goals: Assists: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers:

GOALS 2 2

1 1 1 2 1

ASSTS PTS 2 4 2 4

Lincoln Anderson, DEF Freshman 6’1” l 180 lbs Orlando, FL Olympia

#43

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Olympia High School ... was captain and team MVP as a senior ... also played football for the Titans. PERSONAL: Born Lincoln Scott Anderson on Jan. 16, 1992 in Orlando ... son of Scott and Deirdre Anderson ... business major with an outstanding 3.62 GPA.

GB 6 6

Twice, last vs. Florida Southern (4/2/11) Twice, last vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) Four times, last vs. Florida Southern (4/2/11) at Lenoir-Rhyne (3/19/11) Twice, last at Lenoir-Rhyne (3/19/11)

Ben Vinograd, MID Senior 5’8” l 165 lbs Bethesda, MD Whitman

#2

2011: Saw action in 13 games ... had two goals in win over Ohio Valley and another in win at Rollins ... collected three ground balls and won all five faceoffs vs. Ohio Valley ... also had three ground balls and won six face-offs at Saint Leo.

Jacob Breig, DEF Freshman 5’10” l 185 lbs Greenfield, MN Delando

#14

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Delando Senior High School ... named All-State as a senior ... was all-conference and served as captain for two years ... helped Tigers to a 12-8 mark as a senior ... was an academic all-conference selection in both lacrosse and hockey . PERSONAL: Born Jacob Joseph Breig on July 14, 1993 in Dover, NH ... son of David Breig and Kathleen Anderson ... has and interest in exercise science with an excellent 3.60 GPA.

2010: Played in a dozen games ... totaled eight ground balls and went 23of-52 on face-offs ... credited with one caused turnover ... 2009: Had one start over 11 games ... scored goal and had four ground balls in win over Rollins ... won 9-of-20 face-offs on the year. HIGH SCHOOL: Started two years at Walt Whitman High School ... also played basketball for the Vikings. PERSONAL: Born Benjamin Kane Vinograd on Jan. 31, 1990 in Washington, DC ... son of Ken and Mary Vinograd ... brother, Max, is a recent Catawba graduate that also played on the team ... music major.

2009 2010 2011 Career

GP SHOTS 11 3 12 2 13 5 36 10

Career Highs Goals: Points: Ground Balls: Caused Turnovers: Face-Offs Won:

GOALS 1 0 3 4

2 2 4 1 7

ASSTS PTS 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 4

GB 6 8 8 22

vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) vs. Ohio Valley (2/27/11) at Rollins (3/10/09) Twice, last vs. Mars Hill (3/26/11) vs. Rollins (3/26/10)

Adam Dantzler, A/M Freshman 5’11” l 180 Holly Springs, NC Holly Springs

#22

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Holly Springs High School ... named all-conference, all-region and All-State ... helped Hawks to state playoffs. PERSONAL: Born Alexander Scott Dantzler on Jan. 29, 1993 in Orlando, FL ... son of Cathleen Venetorzi and Sherman Dantzler ... undecided on major.

Jon LaBoyne, ATT

Freshman 5’9” l 160 lbs Wilmington, NC Camden Military

Freshman 6’0” l 170 lbs Charlotte, NC Providence

#40

HIGH SCHOOL: Started for two years at Camden Military Academy ... was team captain for the Spartans and earned the Coaches Award ... helped Camden claim the SCILL Championship ... while at Rice Memorial High School, he helped them to a pair of playoff appearance.

#21

HIGH SCHOOL: Started two years at Providence High School ... was captain and helped Panthers to a 13-7 mark and the state playoffs. PERSONAL: Born Jonathan Kevin LaBoyne on April 30, 1993 in Bellmore, NY ... son of Kim and Steven LaBoyne ... physical education major.

PERSONAL: Born Christopher Austin Gratton on Sept. 2, 1992 in Burlington, VT ... son of James and Bernadette Gratton ... undecided on major.

Adam Hebert, MID

Zach LaFarve, ATT

Freshman 5’10” l 170 lbs Charlotte. NC Charlotte Catholic

Freshman 5’8” l 170 lbs Weymouth, MA Weymouth

#13

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Charlotte Catholic High School ... was an All-State pick and was team offensive MVP ... was captain as a senior as CCHS went 16-5 ... helped Cougars to a pair of state titles. PERSONAL: Born Adam Timothy Hebert on Sept. 4, 1992 in Portland, ME ... son of Tim and Holly Hebert ... has interest in athletic training with an excellent 3.48 GPA.

#31

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Weymouth High School ... was a two-time captain for the Wildcats and twice earned all-star honors ... tallied 69 points as a junior and finished with 203 points over four years ... also earned all-scholastic honors . PERSONAL: Born Zachary Maxwell LaFavre on Sept. 6, 1992 in Weymouth ... son of Peter and Erika LaFavre ... has interest in psychology.

Christian Krzykwa, LSM

Terrance Pruitt, DEF

Freshman 6’1” l 175 Wilmington, NC Eugene Ashley

Freshman 6’1” l 185 Durham, NC Riverside

#16

#30

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Eugene Ashley High School ... served as captain and won the Eagle Herst Award ... helped the Screaming Eagles to a 107 record as a senior.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Riverside High School ... named team MVP and twice earned player of the game honors ... helped the Pirates to a league title and a pair of state playoff berths.

PERSONAL: Born Christian D Krzykwa on Dec. 21, 1992 in Grand Rapids, MI ... son of Jeannine Leary ... chemistry major.

PERSONAL: Born Terrence Kentrell Pruitt on Jan. 7, 1993 in Durham ... son of Kenny and Pamela Pruitt ... has interest in biology.

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Chris Gratton, MID

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Daniel Rew, MID

Pete Wesselman, GOAL

Freshman 5’11” l 195 lbs Forest Hill, MD Bel Air,

Sophomore 6’2” l 225 lbs Charlotte, NC Providence

#34

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Bel Air High School ... was a three-time all-county and two-time all-conference pick ... scored 32 goals with 16 assists as a senior and finished career with 81 goals ... helped Bobcats to a conference title as a junior and to a pair of regional playoff berths. PERSONAL: Born Daniel Joseph Rew on July 5, 1993 in Baltimore, MD ... son of Deborah Barrett and William Rew ... has interest in sports management with an excellent 3.47 GPA.

#45

Transfer from Stevenson University ... missed most of 2011 year with injury ... saw action in 10 games over two seasons and posted an 8.67 goal against average ... recorded 38 saves. HIGH SCHOOL: Started two years at Providence High School ... two-time all-conference pick and was named All-State and All-American as a senior ... named to LaxPower All-Mid Atlantic Team ... helped Panthers to a 22-1 record and a state title. PERSONAL: Born Peter Joseph Wesselman on July 27, 1990 in Flemington, NJ ... son of Bob and Barbara Wesselman ... biology major.

Steven Ridolfo, ATT

Jon Williams, ATT

Sophomore 5’10” l 170 lbs Charlotte. NC Providence

Freshman 5’8” l 150 lbs Hillsborough, NC Northern

#38

Transfer from Gettysburg College. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Providence High School ... named all-conference and HM All-State ... was MVP of the Great 38 All-Star game ... helped Panthers to a state title as a junior. PERSONAL: Born Steven Anthony Ridolfo on March 31, 1992 in Boynton Beach, FL ... son of Michael and Melissa Ridolfo ... physical education major.

Spencer Stoltz, DEF Junior 6’0” l 180 Chapel Hill, NC Chapel Hill

#37

Transfer from Bellermine University. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Chapel Hill High School ... named All-State and was captain as a senior ... helped Tigers to a pair of state championships. PERSONAL: Born Spencer Allen Stoltz on Aug, 22, 1989 ... son of Kim and Janet Stoltz ... political science major.

#1

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Northern High School ... all-conference and team MVP as a junior ... served as Knights’ captain for two years ... was a fourtime scholar athlete. PERSONAL: Born Jonathan David Williams on April 1, 1993 in Durham ... son of Connie Stone Church ... has interest in science and education.

SENIORS

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2012 CATAWBA INDIANS

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2012 CATAWBA INDIANS ROSTER NO.

NAME

POS

HT.

WT.

CLASS

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 33 34 35 37 38 40 43 44 45

Jon Williams Ben Vinograd Drew Stoltz John Scheich Freddie Turcio Tom Cullop Davis Hughes Tyler Ulrich Brendan Kennedy Cory Losselyong Michael Pecchia Trevor Sieracki Adam Hebert Jacob Breig Brendan Lawson Christian Krzykwa David Stark William Foy Jon LaBoyne Alex Dantzler Alex Hodges Braden Artem Hartland Jones Shea Fadel Daniel Couchenour Joe Peterson Terrence Pruitt Zach LaFavre Gage Mason Daniel Rew Christian Klimczyk Spencer Stoltz Steven Ridolfo Chris Gratton Lincoln Anderson Brett Howe Pete Wesselman

ATT MID DEF ATT MID MID ATT MID MID MID GOAL MID MID DEF DEF LSM ATT DEF ATT A/M ATT ATT MID LSM MID MID DEF ATT DEF MID GOAL DEF ATT MID DEF MID GOAL

5-8 5-8 6-3 6-1 5-7 6-2 6-1 5-11 5-8 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-2 6-1 5-8 5-10 6-0 5-11 5-8 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-2 5-8 6-1 5-8 5-11 5-11 5-7 6-0 5-11 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-2

150 165 210 165 160 185 155 155 170 170 215 160 170 185 170 165 160 200 170 180 155 170 180 180 210 175 185 170 190 205 190 180 170 160 175 160 225

Fr Sr Jr So Sr Jr So So So Sr Sr So Fr Fr So Fr Jr Jr Fr Fr Sr Sr So So So Jr Fr Fr So Fr Jr Jr So Fr. Fr Jr So

Hillsborough,NC/Northern Bethesda,MD/Whitman Chapel Hill,NC/Chapel Hill Waxhaw,NC/Weddington Guilford,CT/Guilford New Windsor,MD/S. Carroll Windermere,FL/W.Orange Ephrata,PA/Ephrata Weddington,NC/Weddington Lewisville,NC/W.Forsyth Coquitlum,BC,CANADA/Heritage Woods Austin,TX/Anderson Charlotte,NC/Charlotte Catholic Greenfield,MN/Delano Charlotte,NC/Myers Park Wilmington,NC/Ashley Finksburg,MD/Cardinal Gibbons School Baltimore,MD/Cardinal Gibbons School Charlotte,NC/Providence Holly Springs,NC/Holly Springs Whitney Point,NY/Whitney Point/Broome CC Acton,ONT,CANADA/Christ the King Raleigh,NC/Ravenscroft Charlotte,NC/S.Mecklenburg Fort Mill,SC/Nation Ford Chestertown,MD/Queen Anne’s Co. Durham,NC/Riverside Weymouth,MA/Weymouth Apex,NC/Apex Forest Hill,MD/Bel Air Linthicum,MD/Cardinal Gibbons School Chapel Hill,NC/Chapel Hill/Bellarmine Charlotte,NC/Providence/Gettysburg Wilmington,NC/Camden Military Orlando,FL/Olympia Moseley,VA/Cosby Charlotte,NC/Providence/Stevenson

2011 CATAWBA COLLEGE MEN'S LACROSSE FINAL STATISTICS DSC: 4-2

Home: 5-2

Away: 6-2

Neutral: 1-0

INDIVIDUAL SCORING NAME Braden Artem Marty Tuohy John Scheich Freddie Turcio Cory Losselyong Trevor Sieracki Tom Cullop Alex Hodges Davis Hughes Brett Howe Casey Chinn David Stark Tyler Ulrich Ben Vinograd Heartland Jones Joe Peterson Daniel Couchenhour Brendan Kennedy Colin McClimans Chad Fike Drew Stoltz Hunter Wilbanks Christian Klimczyk Gage Mason Shea Fidel Blake Neal William Foy Brandon Lawson Michael Pecchia CATAWBA OPPONENTS

GP-GS 16-16 16-14 16-16 16-16 16-0 15-0 16-0 15-2 6-0 15-0 16-16 1-0 12-0 13-0 4-0 2-0 9-0 9-0 16-16 16-14 16-16 16-14 5-0 14-4 2-0 10-0 2-0 1-0 16-16 16 16

SHOTS GOALS 99 43 63 26 61 19 40 18 55 16 38 13 61 7 22 7 10 5 26 2 9 4 4 3 5 2 5 3 5 1 2 1 2 1 8 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 518 171 527 143

ASST 13 14 17 8 6 5 11 11 4 5 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 97 73

PTS 56 40 36 26 22 18 18 18 9 7 4 4 4 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 268 216

AVG. 3.50 2.50 2.25 1.63 1.38 1.20 1.13 1.20 1.50 0.47 0.25 4.00 0.33 0.23 0.25 0.50 0.11 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 16.75 13.50

GB 24 21 25 40 17 8 34 13 5 12 93 3 6 8 4 1 9 5 46 7 26 17 1 16 0 4 2 0 44 496 554

Goals per game avg. - CAT: 10.69, Opp: 8.93 Shots per game avg. - CAT: 32.38, Opp: 32.94 Man Advantage: 29-90 Pct: 32.2% Man Down: 66-81 Pct: 81.5% Face-off's: 180-365 Pct: 49.3%

INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING NAME Christian Klimczyk Michael Pecchia CATAWBA OPPONENTS

GP 5-0 16-16 16 16

MIN 44:24 922:08 966 966

SAVES 5 193 198 163

PCT. .714 .578 58.1% 48.8%

ALLWD 2 141 143 171

GAA 2.70 9.17 8.88 10.62

SCORING BY PERIODS CATAWBA OPPONENTS

1

2

3

4

OT

48 37

53 32

36 30

31 44

2 0

2OT

TOT

1 0

171 143

CT 6 3 1 10 3 2 13 3 1 5 9 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 11 9 20 20 0 9 0 2 3 1 12 151 135

FACE-OFFS 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 142-277 0-0 0-0 24-58 0-0 4-4 10-25 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 180-365 185-365

PEN MIN 1:00 (2) 4:00 (5) 0 7:00 (8) 4:30 (5) 3:30 (5) 6:00 (11) 1:30 (2) 0 0:30 (1) 6:00 (8) 0 2:00 (3) 0:30 (1) 0 0 0 0 3:30 (4) 2:30 (3) 5:00 (7) 7:30 (8) 0 6:30 (7) 0 1:00 (1) 0 0 4:00 (4) 66:30 (85) 76:00 (95)

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Overall: 12-4

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2011 CATAWBA COLLEGE LACROSSE GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

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DATE

OPPONENT

SCORE

W-L

RECORD

CATAWBA GOALS

F/12 F/23 F/27

at St. Andrews PFEIFFER OHIO VALLEY

10-5 8-6 24-0

W W W

1-0 2-0 3-0

Artem 4, Tuohy 2, Hodges 2, Scheich, Cullop Turcio 2, Tuohy, Artem, Losselyong, Cullop, Ulrich, Sieracki Hughes 3, Artem 3, Stark 3, Scheich 3, Tuohy 2, BVenograd 2, Losselyong 2, Jones, Chinn, Couchenhour, Peterson, Sieracki, Howe

M/5

at Queens

7-10

L

3-1

Tuohy 3, Artem 2, Turcio, Losselyong

M/10

at Rollins*

12-7

W

4-1

Artem 4, Scheich 3, Turcio 2, Cullop, Hodge, BVenograd

M/12

at Saint Leo*

21-15

W

5-1

Artem8,Tuohy3,Losselyong3,Hodges3,Turcio,Scheich,Cullop,Sieracki

M/19

at Lenoir-Rhyne*

18-10

W

6-1

Scheich5,Artem3,Tuohy3,Turcio3,Howe,Sieracki,Losselyong,Hodges

M/21

#4 MERRIMACK

12-11 (OT)

W

7-1

Tuohy 5, Losselyong 4, Cullop 2, Artem

M/26

MARS HILL*

5-12

L

7-2

Sieracki 2, Losselyong 2, Artem

A/2

FLORIDA SOUTHERN*

13-9

W

8-2

Artem 4, Tuohy 4, Turcio 3, Sieracki, Ulrich

A/6

BELMONT ABBEY

6-5

W

9-2

Artem 2, Turcio 2, Scheich, Sieracki

A/9

WINGATE*

2-8

L

9-3

Artem, Turcio

A/12

at Wingate

10-9(OT)

W

10-3

Artem 5, Turcio 2, Scheich 2, Tuohy

A/14

at #9 Mars Hill

10-9(2OT)

W

11-3

Artem 3, Chinn 3, Losselyong 2, Turcio, Sieracki

A/17 A/30

Florida Southern+ at #4 Limestone

10-8 3-19

W L

12-3 12-4

Scheich 3, Sieracki 3, Tuohy 2, Artem, Hughes Cullop, Hughes, Sieracki

CAPS Denote Home Games * Denotes Deep South Conference Games + Denotes game at Saint Leo, FL

2011 Lacrosse Team

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RECORD BOOK

Individual Records

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GAME GOALS SCORED 8 Phil Hemmeler vs. Marietta Phil Hemmeler vs. Lees-McRae Braden Artem vs. Saint Leo

1994-95

SAVE PERCENTAGE 66.5% Matt Guerard (35 gms)

1998-01

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED 300 Matt Guerard (35 gms)

1998-01

3-27-99 3-27-99

MINUTES PLAYED 2857 Andrew Gaunt (51 gms)

1996-99

GROUND BALLS 17 Casey Chinn vs. Lenoir-Rhyne

3-17-11

GAMES PLAYED 61 Marty Tuohy

2008-11

SAVES 34 Matt Guerard vs. Limestone

3-10-01

POINTS 13 Phil Hemmeler vs. Marietta

Team Records GAME

LOWEST GOALS AGAINTS AVG. 10.82 Andrew Gaunt (51 gms)

ASSISTS 6 Tony Fescina vs. Marietta

GOALS SCORED 25 vs. Marietta vs. Lees-McRae

3-27-99 4-3-04

ASSISTS 20 vs. Marietta

3-27-99

GROUND BALLS 73 vs. Stockton College

3-15-98

SAVES 34 vs. Limestone

3-10-01

MOST GOALS ALLOWED 27 Limestone

4-16-94

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED 0 vs. Ohio Valley

2-27-11

1996-99

SEASON GOALS SCORED 45 David Dunnuck (16 gms)

2004

SEASON

ASSISTS 42 Jason Windett (14 gms)

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED 66 Josh Liptak (11 gms) LOWEST GOALS AGAINTS AVG. 8.74 Ben Huber (15 gms) MINUTES PLAYED 922 Michael Pecchia (16 gms)

2004

ASSISTS 135 16 games

2004

ASSISTS PER GAME 8.44 16 games

2004

GROUND BALLS 821 16 games

2004

GROUND BALLS PER GAME 51.31 16 games

2004

BEST FACE-OFF PERCENTAGE 59.9% 217-362 (14 gms)

2003

BEST MAN-UP PERCENTAGE 32.2% 29-90 (16 gms)

2011

MOST MINUTES PLAYED 1020 2010 (17 gms)

BEST MAN-DOWN PERCENTAGE 83.6% 56-67 (15 gms)

2007

2007

MOST GAMES PLAYED 17 2010

SAVES 322 14 games

2000

2011

MOST WINS 12 2011

SAVES PER GAME 24.00 13 games

2001

MOST CONFERENCE WINS 5 2004

SAVE PERCENTAGE 68.5% 14 games

2000

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS 4 2004 & 2011

MOST GOALS ALLOWED 205 14 games

2005

MOST CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE WINS 4 2003

FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED 124 15 games

2007

MOST LOSSES 11 1996

BEST GOALS AGAINST AVG. 8.60 15 games

2007

1997

BEST FACE-OFF PERCENTAGE 70.1% John Godfrey (129-184/14 gms)

SAVE PERCENTAGE 68.2% Andrew Gaunt (13 gms)

GOALS SCORED PER GAME 13.69 16 games

2004

GROUND BALLS 107 Tom Ferrell (16 gms)

AVERAGE SAVES 23.77 Matt Guerard (13 gms)

2004

2004

POINTS PER GAME AVG. 4.44 Jason Windett (16 gms)

SAVES 309 Matt Guerard (13 gms)

GOALS SCORED 219 16 games

2005

POINTS 71 Jason Windett (16 gms)

2003

2001 1996 2010

CAREER GOALS SCORED 141 Kurt Green (60 gms) ASSISTS 85 Jason Windett (44 gms) POINTS 222 Kurt Green (60 gms) POINTS PER GAME AVG. 3.70 Kurt Green (60 gms) GROUND BALLS 321 John Godfrey (57 gms)

SAVES 951 Andrew Gaunt (51 gms)

The 1995 team poses in front of the Shuford Stadium scoreboard after posting the program’s first win against Merrimack.

2001

GAMES PLAYED 17 several players

BEST FACE-OFF PERCENTAGE 61.0% John Godfrey (57 gms) 24

3-27-99 3-25-00 3-12-11

AVERAGE SAVES 19.05 Scott Mumford (21 gms)

2004-05,07-08 2003-05 2004-05,07-08 2004-05,07-08 2001-04 2001-04 1996-99

Miscellaneous Records

MOST CONFERENCE LOSSES 5 1995, 1996 & 2002 MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES 14 1994-95 MOST CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE LOSSES 16 1994-97 FEWEST LOSSES 4 2011 BEST WON/LOSS PRECENTAGE .750 2011 (12-4)

GOALS 1. Phil Hemmeler (3-27-99) Phil Hemmeler (3-25-00) Braden Artem (3-12-11) 4. Jonathan Larsen (3-25-95) Jonathan Larsen (3-12-97) 6. 10 times

8 8 8 7 7 6

SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

David Dunnuck (2004) Braden Artem (2011) Kurt Green (2008) Jason Windett (2004) Jonathan Larsen (1995) Phil Hemmeler (2000) Kurt Green (2005) 8. Phil Hemmeler (1997) Kurt Green (2004) 10. Josh Maphis (2003) Marty Tuohy (2010) Branden Artem (2010)

45 43 41 39 37 37 37 36 36 35 35 35

PER GAME AVG. (SEASON) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Jonathan Larsen (1995) David Dunnuck (2004) Kurt Green (2008) Braden Artem (2011) Jonathan Larsen (1997) Jason Windett (2000) Kurt Green (2005) 8. Phil Hemmeler (1999) 9. Josh Maphis (2003) 10. Jason Windett (2004)

3.36 2.81 2.73 2.69 2.67 2.64 2.64 2.62 2.50 2.44

CAREER 1. Kurt Green (2004-05,07-08) 2. Phil Hemmeler (1997-00) 3. Marty Tuohy (2008-11) 4. Braden Artem (2008-) 5. Tony Fescina (1997-00) 6. Jonathan Larsen (1994-97) 7. Mike Delabar (1998,00-02) 8. Matt Riley (2003-06) 9. Jason Windett (2003-05) 10. Demetrus Chirgott (1998,00-02)

141 132 111 109 101 97 82 76 70 69

PER GAME AVG. (CAREER) 1. Phil Hemmeler (1997-00) 2. Kurt Green (2004-05,07-08) 3. Jonathan Larsen (1994-97) 4. Josh Maphis (2002-03) 5. Kurt Green (2004-05) 6. Tony Fescina (1997-00) 7. Marty Tuohy (2008-11) 8. Chris Khatri (2002-03) 9. Jason Windett (2003-05) 10. Mike Delabar (1998,00-02)

2.40 2.35 2.26 2.11 2.10 1.87 1.82 1.67 1.59 1.55

Phil Hemmeler (1997-00) Led the team in goals in each of his four years and still holds freshman records for goals in a game and season.

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Mark Radtke Jonathan Larsen Jonathan Larsen Phil Hemmeler Phil Hemmeler Phil Hemmeler

19 37 19 36 25 34

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Phil Hemmeler Mike Johnson Josh Maphis Josh Maphis David Dunnuck Kurt Green Randall Worthington Kurt Green Kurt Green Braden Artem

37 29 24 35 45 37 28 27 41 31

2010

Braden Artem Marty Tuohy Braden Artem

35 35 43

2011

CLASS LEADERS Freshman Goals (Game) 6 Phil Hemmeler vs. Bentley 3/24/97 Freshman Goals (Season) 36 Kurt Green 16 games 2004 36 Phil Hemmeler 16 games 1997

Sophomore Goals (Game) 7 Jonathan Larsen vs. Merrimack 3/25/95 Sophomore Goals (Season) 37 Jonathan Larsen 11 games 1995

Junior Goals (Game) 8 Phil Hemmeler vs. Marietta 3/27/99 8 Braden Artem vs. Saint Leo 3/12/11 Junior Goals (Season) 43 Braden Artem 16 games 2011

Senior Goals (Game) 8 Phil Hemmeler vs. Lees-McRae 3/25/00 Senior Goals (Season) 45 David Dunnuck 16 games 2004

Mark Radtke (1994-96) Scored 19 goals in 1994 to lead the way in the program’s initial season.

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GAME

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GAME 1. Jason Windett (4-3-04) 2. Tony Fescina (3-27-99) Jason Windett (2-26-05) Jason Windett (3-16-05) Jason Windett (3-26-05) Jason Windett (4-14-05) Mark Van Hoever (4-8-06) 8. Seventimes

7 6 6 6 6 6 6 5

1994 1995 1996 1997

SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Jason Windett (2005) Jason Windett (2004) Kurt Green (2007) Matt Riley (2004) Marty Tuohy (2010) Mike Delabar (2001) Josh Maphis (2003) 8. Tony Fescina (1999) Kurt Green (2004)

42 32 27 26 25 22 22 21 21

PER GAME AVG. (SEASON) 1. Jason Windett (2005) 2. Jason Windett (2004) 3. Kurt Green (2007) 4. Mike Delabar (2001) 5. Matt Riley (2004) 6. Tony Fescina (1999) 7. Josh Maphis (2003) 8. Marty Tuohy (2010) 9. Matt Riley (2006) 10. Tony Fescina (2000)

3.00 2.00 1.80 1.69 1.63 1.62 1.57 1.47 1.46 1.43

CAREER 1. Jason Windett (2003-05) 2. Kurt Green (2004-05,07-08) 3. Tony Fescina (1997-00) 4. Marty Tuohy (2008-11) 5. Mike Delabar (1998,00-02) 6. Matt Riley (2003-06) 7. Phil Hemmeler (1997-00) 8. Demetrus Chirgott (1998,00-02) 9. Josh Maphis (2002-03) 10. Pat Huskins (2000-03)

85 81 72 66 64 60 46 39 35 32

PER GAME AVG. (CAREER) 1. Jason Windett (2003-05) 2. Kurt Green (2004-05,07-08) 3. Tony Fescina (1997-00) 4. Josh Maphis (2002-03) 5. Mike Delabar (1998,00-02) 6. Dave Cope (1994-95) 7. Kurt Green (2004-05) 8. Marty Tuohy (2008-11) 9. Matt Riley (2003-06) 10. Jonathan Larsen (1994-97) Matt Riley (2003-06)

1.93 1.35 1.33 1.25 1.21 1.15 1.13 1.08 1.07 0.95 0.95

Tony Fescina (1997-00) Led the team in assists for three of four seasons and ranks third all-time with 72 career helpers.

1998 1999

Dave Cope Gil Valentin Gil Valentin Tony Fescina Mike Murphy Phil Hemmeler Tony Fescina

12 9 11 20 20 12 21

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Tony Fescina Mike Delabar Mike Delabar Josh Maphis Jason Windett Jason Windett Matt Riley Kurt Green Kurt Green Marty Tuohy

20 22 15 22 32 42 19 27 20 17

2010 2011

Marty Tuohy John Scheich

25 17

CLASS LEADERS Freshman Assists (Game) 6 Mark Van Hoever at Presbyterian 4/8/06 Freshman Assists (Season) 21 Kurt Green 16 games 2004

Sophomore Assists (Game) 5 Matt Riley vs. Franklin Pierce 3/16/04 Sophomore Assists (Season) 26 Matt Riley 16 games 2004

Junior Assists (Game) 7 Jason Windett vs. Lees-McRae 4/3/04 Junior Assists (Season) 32 Jason Windett 16 games 2004

Senior Assists (Game) 6 5 times Senior Assists (Season) 42 Jason Windett 14 games 2005

Jason Windett (2003-05) Holds the school marks for assists in a game, season, and career.

POINTS 1. Phil Hemmeler (3-7-99) 2. Mark Van Hoever (4-8-06) 3. Tony Fescina (3-27-99) Kurt Green (2-25-04) Kurt Green (4-24-08) Braden Artem (3-12-11) 6. Jonathan Larsen (3-12-97) Phil Hemmeler (4-4-98) Jason Windett (2-25-04) Kurt Green (3-16-04) Jason Windett (4-3-04)

13 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9

SEASON 1. Jason Windett (2004) 2. Kurt Green (2008) 3. David Dunnuck (2004) Jason Windett (2005) 5. Marty Tuohy (2010) 6. Josh Maphis (2003) 7. Kurt Green (2004) 8. Braden Artem (2011) 9. Kurt Green (2007) 10. Matt Riley (2004)

71 61 60 60 60 57 57 56 54 52

PER GAME AVG. (SEASON) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jason Windett (2004) Jason Windett (2005) Josh Maphis (2003) Kurt Green (2008) Tony Fescina (1999) Phil Hemmeler (1999) 7. Jonathan Larsen (1995) 8. David Dunnuck (2004) 9. Kurt Green (2005) 10. Kurt Green (2004)

4.44 4.29 4.07 4.07 3.92 3.92 3.82 3.75 3.57 3.56

CAREER 1. Kurt Green (2004-05,07-08) 2. Phil Hemmeler (1997-00) 3. Marty Tuohy (2008-11) 4. Tony Fescina (1997-00) 5. Jason Windett (2003-05) 6. Mike Delabar (1998,00-02) 7. Braden Artem (2009-) 8. Matt Riley (2003-06) 9. Jonathan Larsen (1994-97) 10. Demetrus Chirgott (1998,00-02)

222 178 177 173 155 146 141 136 114 108

PER GAME AVG. (CAREER) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Kurt Green (2004-05,07-08) Jason Windett (2003-05) Josh Maphis (2002-03) Phil Hemmeler (1997-00) Tony Fescina (1997-00) Marty Tuohy (2008-11) Mike Delabar (1998,00-02) Jonathan Larsen (1994-97) Dave Cope (1994-95)

3.70 3.52 3.36 3.24 3.20 2.90 2.76 2.65 2.54

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Dave Cope Jonathan Larsen Jonathan Larsen Mike Murphy Phil Hemmeler Tony Fescina Phil Hemmeler

26 42 22 51 37 51 51

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Phil Hemmeler Mike Delabar Mike Delabar Josh Maphis Jason Windett Jason Windett Matt Riley Kurt Green Kurt Green Marty Tuohy

47 40 38 57 71 60 44 54 61 44

2010 2011

Marty Tuohy Braden Artem

60 56

Kurt Green (2004-05, 2007-08) The Indians’ all-time point leader and also set the senior mark with 61 points in 2008.

CLASS LEADERS Freshman Points (Game) 11 Mark Van Hoever at Presbyterian 4/8/06 Freshman Points (Season) 57 Kurt Green 16 games 2004 Sophomore Points (Game) 9 Phil Hemmeler vs. St. Andrews 4/4/98 Sophomore Points (Season) 52 Matt Riley 16 games 2004 Junior Points (Game) 13 Phil Hemmeler vs. Marietta 3/27/99 Junior Points (Season) 71 Jason Windett 16 games 2004 Senior Points (Game) 10 Kurt Green at Lees-McRae Senior Points (Season) 61 Kurt Green 15 games

4/24/08 2008

Dave Cope (1994-95) Led the way with 26 points in program’s first season.

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GAME 1. Casey Chinn (3-19-11) 2. John Godfrey (2-27-02) 3. Tom Ferrell (4-19-97) John Godfrey (3-23-03) 5. John Godfrey (3-31-01) Craig Emory (4-14-04) 7. Tony Fescina (4-25-98) John Godfrey (3-16-02) David Donohue (3-05-03) Eric Finland (3-6-06) Casey Chinn (4-14-11)

17 15 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 12

SEASON 1. Tom Ferrell (1997) 2. John Godfrey (2002) 3. John Godfrey (2004) Casey Chinn (2011) 5. Craig Emory (2004) 6. David Donohue (2003) 7. George Faustino (1997) 8. Craig Emory (2005) 9. Tony Fescina (1997) John Godfrey (2003)

107 97 93 93 90 89 80 77 75 75

PER GAME AVG. (SEASON) 1. 2. 3. 4.

John Godfrey (2002) Tom Ferrell (1997) David Donohue (2003) John Godfrey (2004) Casey Chinn (2011) 6. Ryan O'Connor (1994) 7. Craig Emory (2004) 8. Jeremy Dixon (1994) 9. Craig Emory (2005) 10. Tony Fescina (1999)

6.93 6.69 6.36 5.81 5.81 5.70 5.63 5.60 5.50 5.23

CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

John Godfrey (2001-04) Tom Ferrell (1996-99) Tony Fescina (1997-00) Matt Puccio (2004-05,07-08) Eric Finland (2005-08) Casey Chinn (2008-11) Justin Marlett (1995-98) George Faustino (1994-97) Mike Delabar (1998,00-02)

321 284 250 241 214 210 201 194 193

Matt Puccio (2004-05, ‘07-08) Catawba’s only two-time All-American. Ranks fourth in career ground balls.

CLASS LEADERS

ANNUAL LEADERS

Freshman Ground Balls (Game) 13 John Godfrey at St. Andrews 3/31/01 Freshman Ground Balls (Season) 75 Tony Fescina 16 games 1997

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Ryan O’Connor Justin Marlett Tom Ferrell Tom Ferrell Tony Fescina Tony Fescina

57 56 62 107 51 68

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Mike Delabar Mike Delabar John Godfrey David Donohue John Godfrey Craig Emory Sean Sullivan Eric Finland Eric Finland Casey Chinn

64 63 97 89 93 77 56 69 72 38

2010 2011

Casey Chinn Casey Chinn

69 93

Sophomore Ground Balls (Game) 15 John Godfrey vs. Wheeling Jesuit 2/27/02 Sophomore Ground Balls (Season) 107 Tom Ferrell 16 games 1997 Junior Ground Balls (Game) 14 John Godfrey vs. Mars Hill 3/23/03 Junior Ground Balls (Season) 90 Craig Emory 16 games 2004 Senior Ground Balls (Game) 17 Casey Chinn at Lenoir-Rhyne 3/19/11 Senior Ground Balls (Season) 93 John Godfrey 16 games 2004 93 Casey Chinn 16 games 2011

FACEOFFS GAME WINNING PCT.

21 20 18 18 17 17 17 17 16 16

1.000 (11-11) .933 (14-15) .923 (12-13) .900 (9-10) .875 (14-16) .873 (20-24) .867 (13-15) .867 (13-15) .850 (17-20)

Eric Finland vs. Rollins Bob Arnold at Mars Hill John Godfrey at St. Andrews John Godfrey at Pfeiffer John Godfrey vs. Lees-McRae John Godfrey vs. Mars Hill John Godfrey vs. Franklin Pierce Eric Finland at Presbyterian Casey Chinn at Wingate

4/4/08 3/18/00 4/2/03 3/24/04 4/3/04 3/23/03 3/16/04 4/8/06 4/10/10

.846 (11-13)

Craig Emory vs. Mars Hill

4/20/04

Casey Chinn at Lenoir-Rhyne 3/19/11 John Godfrey vs. Mars Hill 3/23/03 John Godfrey vs. Wheeling Jesuit 2/27/02 John Godfrey at Mars Hill 3/16/02 John Godfrey at St. Andrews 3/31/01 John Godfrey vs. Roanoke 2/23/02 Eric Finland vs. St. Vincent 3/6/06 Casey Chinn at Wingate 4/10/10 Casey Chinn at Lees-McRae 4/28/10 John Godfrey vs. Wingate 4/12/01

SEASON WINS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

John Godfrey, 2002 John Godfrey, 2004 John Godfrey, 2003 Eric Finland, 2008 Casey Chinn, 2010 John Godfrey, 2001 Eric Finalnd, 2007

SEASON WINNING PCT. 166 137 129 120 116 114 101

CAREER WINS 1. 2. 3. 4.

John Godfrey (2001-04) Eric Finland (2005-08) Casey Chinn (2008-11) Craig Emory (2004-05)

ANNUAL LEADERS (WINS)

546 345 303 191

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

John Godfrey, 2003 John Godfrey, 2001 Craig Emory, 2004 John Godfrey, 2004 John Godfrey, 2002 Sean Sullivan, 2006 Robert Arnold, 2000

.701 (129-184) .610 (114-187) .590 (98-166) .588 (137-233) .571 (166-291) .564 (66-117) .553 (89-161)

CAREER WINNING PCT. 1. 2. 3. 4.

John Godfrey (2001-04) Eric Finland (2005-08) Craig Emory (2004-05) Casey Chinn (2008-11)

.614 (345-562) .610 (546-895) .528 (191-362) .496 (303-611)

Sophomore Wins (Game) 18 John Godfrey vs. Wheeling Jesuit 18 John Godfrey at Mars Hill Sophomore Wins (Season) 166 John Godfrey 14 games Junior Wins (Game) 20 John Godfrey vs. Mars Hill Junior Wins (Season) 129 John Godfrey 14 games Senior Wins (Game) 21 Casey Chinn at Lenoir Rhyne Senior Wins (Season) 142 Casey Chinn 16 games

Ian Brinkley

51

Tony Fescina Jarrett Blum

35 52

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Robert Arnold John Godfrey John Godfrey John Godfrey John Godfrey Craig Emory Eric Finland Eric Finland Eric Finland Pierce Autry

89 114 166 129 137 93 82 101 120 67

2010 2011

Casey Chinn Casey Chinn

116 142

ANNUAL LEADERS (WINNING PCT.) 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Ian Brinkley (51-102)

.500

Tony Fescina (35-70) Jim Jordan (31-51)

.500 .608

2003

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Robert Arnold (89-161) John Godfrey (114-187) John Godfrey (166-291) John Godfrey (129-184) Craig Emory (98-166) Craig Emory (93-196) Sean Sullivan (66-117) Eric Finland (101-191) Pierce Autry (30-51) Pierce Autry (67-158)

.553 .610 .571 .701 .590 .475 .564 .529 .588 .424

3/19/11

2010 2011

Casey Chinn (116-217) Casey Chinn (142-277)

.535 .513

CLASS LEADERS Freshman Wins (Game) 17 John Godfrey at St. Andrews Freshman Wins (Season) 114 John Godfrey 13 games

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

3/31/01 2001

2/27/02 3/16/02 2002

3/23/03

2011

John Godfrey (2001-04) Godfrey won over 100 face-offs in each of his four years and holds school marks for career wins and winning percentage.

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ANNUAL LEADERS

GAME 1. Matt Guerard (3-10-01) 2. Andrew Gaunt (4-10-96) Matt Guerard (3-16-00) Matt Guerard (2-28-01) 5. Andrew Gaunt (3-16-96)

34 32 32 32 30

SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Matt Guerard (2001) Andrew Gaunt (1996) Matt Guerard (2000) Frank Fish (2002) Andrew Gaunt (1997)

309 285 258 247 231

PER GAME AVG. (SEASON) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Andrew Gaunt (1996) Andrew Gaunt (1996) Scott Mumford (1995) Matt Guerard (2000) Andrew Gaunt (1998)

23.77 21.92 20.82 19.85 17.92

CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Andrew Gaunt (1996-99) Frank Fish (2002-05) Matt Guerard (1998-01) Ben Huber (2005-08) Scott Mumford (1994-95)

951 786 595 436 400

Andrew Gaunt (1996-99) Holds school marks for career goals against average and save percentage in a season.

GOALS AGAINST AVG. (SEASON) PER GAME AVG. (CAREER) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Scott Mumford (1994-95) Andrew Gaunt (1996-99) Matt Guerard (1998-01) Frank Fish (2002-05)

19.05 18.65 17.00 14.03

SAVE PERCENTAGE (SEASON) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Andrew Gaunt (1996) Matt Guerard (2000) Matt Guerard (2001) Andrew Gaunt (1999) Andrew Gaunt (1997)

68.2% 67.9% 66.0% 65.7% 62.8%

SAVE PERCENTAGE (CAREER) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Matt Guerard (1998-01) Andrew Gaunt (1996-99) Frank Fish (2002-05) Scott Mumford (1994-95)

66.5% 64.9% 56.6% 53.6%

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Ben Huber (2007) Michael Pecchia (2011) Frank Fish (2004) Andrew Gaunt (1999) Andrew Gaunt (1996) Colin McClimans (2009) Andrew Gaunt (1997) Michael Pecchia (2010) Matt Guerard (2000)

8.74 9.17 9.69 10.31 10.56 10.85 10.86 10.94 10.97

GOALS AGAINST AVG. (CAREER) 1. Andrew Gaunt (1996-99) 2. Ben Huber (2005-08) 3. Matt Guerard (1998-01) 4. Frank Fish (2002-05) 5. Scott Mumford (1994-95)

10.82 10.92 11.27 11.52 17.37

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Scott Mumford Scott Mumford Andrew Gaunt Andrew Gaunt Andrew Gaunt Andrew Gaunt

171 229 285 231 215 220

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Matt Guerard Matt Guerard Frank Fish Frank Fish Frank Fish Frank Fish Ben Huber Ben Huber Ben Huber Colin McClimans

258 309 247 216 165 158 101 169 133 115

2010 2011

Michael Pecchia Michael Pecchia

106 193

CLASS LEADERS Freshman Ground Balls (Game) 32 Andrew Gaunt at Pfeiffer 4/10/96 Freshman Saves (Season) 285 Andrew Gaunt 13 games 1996 Sophomore Saves (Game) 30 Andrew Gaunt vs. Elmira 3/16/96 Sophomore Saves (Season) 231 Andrew Gaunt 13 games 1997 Junior Saves (Game) 32 Matt Guerard vs. Colorado College 3/16/00 Junior Saves (Season) 258 Matt Guerard 13 games 2000 Senior Saves (Game) 34 Matt Guerard at Lees-McRae 3/10/01 Senior Saves (Season) 309 Matt Guerard 13 games 2001

AWARDS AND HONORS

Academic All-Americans 2003 Josh Maphis (USILA) 2011 Marty Tuohy (USILA) DSC Player of the Year 2008 Kurt Green DSC Coach of the Year 2000 Peter Bourque 2003 Peter Bourque DSC Freshman of the Year 1997 Tony Fescina 2010 Tom Cullop DSC Tournament MVP 2011 Braden Artem

Mike Delabar Catawba’s first All-American selection in 2002.

All-Deep South 1994 Mark Radtke, A (2nd) 1995 Jonathan Larsen, A (2nd) Scott Mumford, G (2nd) 1996 Andrew Gaunt, G (1st) Mike Murphy, D (1st) 1997 Andrew Gaunt, G (1st) Justin Marlett, D (1st) George Faustino, D (2nd) Tony Fescina, M (2nd) 1998 Justin Marlett, D (1st) Tony Fescina, M (2nd) 1999 Tony Fescina, M (1st) Andrew Gaunt, G (1st) Tom Ferrell, D (2nd) 2000 Tony Fescina, M (2nd) 2001 Mike Delebar, M (2nd) Matt Guerard, G (2nd) 2002 Mike Delabar, M (2nd) 2003 David Donohue, D (1st) Josh Maphis, M (1st) John Godfrey, M (2nd) 2004 David Dunnuck, M (1st) Craig Emory, M (2nd) John Godfrey, M (2nd) Jason Windett, A (2nd) 2005 Ed O’Leary, D (1st) Craig Emory, M (2nd) Jason Windett, A (2nd) 2006 Matt Puchio, D (2nd) 2007 Kurt Green, A (1st) Matt Puchio, D (1st) 2008 Kurt Green, A (1st) Matt Puchio, D (1st) Wayne Carbiener, M (HM) Nick Depser, A (HM) Ben Huber, G (HM) 2009 Marty Tuohy, A (1st) Mike Dolesh, M (HM) 2010 Tom Cullop, M (1st) Marty Tuohy, A (1st) Drew Stoltz, D (HM) 2011 Braden Artem, M (1st) Casey Chinn, M (2nd) Drew Stoltz, D (2nd) Marty Tuohy, A (2nd) Freddie Turchio, M (2nd) Corey Losselyong, A (HM)

All-DSC Tournament 2003 David Donohue Chris Khatri 2004 Frank Fish Justin Garrison Jason Windett 2005 Jason Collier Frank Fish 2007 Wayne Carbiener Nick Desper Kurt Green Matt Puchio 2008 Sean Duggan Kurt Green 2009 Mike Dolesh Colin McClimans 2010 Braden Artem Wayne Carbiener Marty Tuohy 2011 Braden Artem (MVP) Casey Chinn Michael Pecchia John Scheich

Wayne Carbiener Named to the Deep South All-Tournament Team as a freshmen and as a senior

CATAWBA COLLEGE LACROSSE 2011 CATAWBA COLLEGE LACROSSE 2012

All-Americans • USILA 2002 Mike Delabar (HM) 2004 David Dunnuck (HM) 2005 Ed O’Leary (HM) 2007 Matt Puccio (HM) 2008 Kurt Green (HM) Matt Puccio (HM) 2010 Marty Tuohy (HM)

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Support the Winners on & the Field Catawba College currently offers 83 full Athletic Scholarships

The Catawba College Chiefs Club remains one of the best bargains for your money! Your membership entitles you to the option of purchasing a Catawba Season Sports Ticket (call for more information) and access to Tribal Treats at football and basketball games. Members also re‐ ceive invitations to participate in the annual Sports Hall of Fame Weekend, attend the Athletics Awards Ceremony in the spring, and attend other special events throughout the year.

Most importantly, you have the satisfaction of knowing you had a hand in assisting the fine young men and women who at‐ tend Catawba College through athletic scholarships! More than one‐third of Catawba students are student‐athletes. 32

Benefits include: • The pride of providing scholarship assistance to deserving student‐athletes • Access to Tribal Treats at football and basketball games • Option to purchase season tickets in Shuford Stadium

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NCAA Compliance PROSPECTIVE STUDENTACADEMICS ATHLETE

CONTACT INFORMATION

You are a “prospective student‐ath‐

Should you have any questions re‐ garding NCAA rules and regulations, please feel free to contact Catawba College and Craig Turnbull, Director of Compliance, at (704) 637‐4475. Infor‐ mation can also be located at www.gocatawbaindians.com/compli‐ ance.

lete” when you start ninth‐grade classes. You become a “recruited student‐ath‐ lete” at a particular college if any coach or representative of the col‐ lege’s athletics interest (booster or representative) approaches you (or any member of your family) about en‐ rolling and participating in athletics at that college. Activities by coaches or boosters that cause you to become a recruited prospective student‐athlete are: ‐providing you with an official visit; ‐visiting you or any other member of your family anywhere other than the college campus; ‐placing more than one telephone call to you or any other member of your family; or ‐Signing a National Letter of Intent.

To practice or play dur‐ ing your freshman year, you must meet the provi‐ sions of NCAA Bylaw 14.3, which include: (a) graduating from high school, (b) achieving a mini‐ mum cumulative grade point average in 14 core courses, and achieving a corresponding minimum combined score on the SAT, or a minimum sum total score on the ACT as determined by the NCAA Initial Eligibility Center. Register with the Eligibility Center as soon as possible. At the following web address: www.ncaaclearinghouse.net.

In the realm of NCAA Rules Compliance, the general rule is

"Ask First !!!"

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ADMISSIONS Inquiries regarding admission to Catawba College are always warmly welcomed. If you are interested in joining the Catawba community you should apply for admission anytime after your sixth semester of high school. Catawba follows the usual guidelines for “rolling admissions” and, therefore, has no closing date for accepting applications. Applying early will ensure you an early response from the college. In your application, you are asked to provide a wide variety of information relating to your academic and co-curricular background. This information is used to help determine your potential to profit from, as well as contribute to, the Catawba community. You must complete a minimum of 16 units of high school course work, 12 of which should be in academic subjects. The following college preparatory course work is strongly recommended: four units of English; three units of mathematics (Algebra I or above); three units of Laboratory Science; three units of Social Science; and two units of foreign language. Your admission to Catawba also will be evaluated by class rank, grade point average, SAT or ACT examination scores, and academic course selection. Arrangements for visits to the Catawba campus may be made by calling 1-800-CATAWBA, or by writing the Office of Admissions, Catawba College, 2300 W. Innes Street, Salisbury, NC, 28144.

COACHES DIRECTORY Baseball........................Jim Gantt......................704-637-4469 Basketball (M)..............Jim Baker......................704-637-4473 Basketball (W)..............Angie Morton................704-637-4471 Cross Country (M&W).........Bill Haggerty.................704-637-4473 Football........................Chip Hester..................704-637-4424 Golf (M&W)..................Sam Gealy....................704-637-4236 Lacrosse (M)...............Peter Borque..................704-637-4485 Lacrosse (W)..............Ashley Gilroy..................704-637-4408 Soccer (M)..................Liam Farrell....................704-637-4348 Soccer (W).................Michael Swan.................704-637-4324 Softball........................Nan Whitley..................704-637-4359 Swimming (M&W).........Betsy Graham.................704-637-4672 Tennis (M&W)...............Jeff Childress..................704-637-4265 Volleyball (W)...............Ginger Hamric................704-637-4480

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2011 DEEP SOUTH CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS

2012 Lacrosse Schedule DATE

OPPONENT

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SAT, FEB 11 Wed, Feb. 15 SAT, FEB. 18 THU, FEB. 23 Wed, Feb. 29 Sat, Mar. 3 Thu, Mar. 8 Sat, Mar. 10 FRI, MAR. 16 WED, MAR. 21 Sat, Mar. 24 FRI, MAR. 30 SUN, APR. 1 Sat, Apr. 7 Tue, Apr. 10 Thu, Apr. 12 Sun, Apr. 15 SAT, APR. 28

LEES-McRAE at Coker ST. ANDREWS SAINT LEO* at Pfeiffer at Belmont Abbey at Florida Tech* at Florida Southern* LENOIR-RHYNE* QUEENS at Mars Hill* ROLLINS* TAMPA* at Wingate* DSC Tournament DSC Tournament DSC Tournament LIMESTONE

SALISBURY Hartsville,SC SALISBURY SALISBURY Misenheimer,NC Belmont,NC Melbourne,FL Lakeland,FL SALISBURY SALISBURY Mars Hill,NC SALISBURY SALISBURY Wingate,NC TBA TBA Mars Hill,NC SALISBURY

2:00 6:00 TBA 4:00 3:30 2:00 6:00 2:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 2:00 2:00 TBA TBA TBA 7:00

BOLD CAPS DENOTE HOME GAMES * Denotes Deep South Conference games