Laing 14 Strong
Article Image
Justin Murphy and the Tigers are at Harvard Saturday (1).
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

Princeton Travels To Harvard In Key Ivy League Matchup

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 04/17/2014
Print RSS
Princeton vs. Harvard • Harvard Stadium • Cambridge, Mass.
  Gametime Saturday, April 19 • 1:00 p.m.
  Game Coverage Ivy League Digital Network l ESPN3 l Live Stats
  Twitter: @PUTigers  l  @HarvardCrimsonRadio - WPRB FM 103.3
  Series Info Princeton leads 57-21-1 

Princeton 7-4, 2-2 Ivy League; Harvard 7-5, 3-1 Ivy League

  Game Notes
Full pregame story here
  Princeton Roster Schedule  l  Stats  l @TigerLacrosse 
Roster Schedule  l  Stats @HarvardLacrosse

There are two weeks - six games total - left in the Ivy League men’s lacrosse regular season. Princeton plays in two of those games, and there will be a great deal riding on both.
Princeton is currently 2-2 in the Ivy League and one of three teams with two losses, all of whom trail two teams with one loss. Even with that, this year’s race for the four Ivy League tournament spots is a bit less complicated than it has been in previous years - though that doesn’t necessarily play into Princeton’s favor.
What the Tigers do know is that if they win their last two regular season games that they will definitely earn a share ofthe Ivy championship, be in the tournament and in fact probably be the host.
What they also know is that if they lose this weekend, their chances at the Ivy tournament could be gone.
Princeton’s regular season is down to this - a game Saturday at Harvard and then next Saturday against Cornell on Long Island. Beyond that? Who knows.

*     *     *

Princeton is 2-2 in the Ivy League. Cornell and Harvard are both 3-1, and Penn and Yale are both 3-2. Brown is 1-3, and Dartmouth is 0-4. In addition to Princeton at Harvard, the other league games this weekend are Penn at Dartmouth and Brown at Cornell.
Princeton has defeated Penn but lost to Yale. Should there be a two-way tie, the first tiebreaker would be head-to-head. Should Penn defeat Dartmouth to get to 4-2, then Princeton would be eliminated with a loss to Harvard and a Cornell win over Brown. Why? Because Cornell, Penn and Harvard would all have four wins, something Princeton couldn’t get should it lose to Harvard, and Princeton would also lose a tiebreaker head-to-head with Yale if they were both 3-3.
Princeton would still have a chance if it lost to Harvard only if Penn loses to Dartmouth or Cornell loses to Brown.

*     *     *

On the other hand ...
Should Princeton defeat Harvard and Cornell and get to 4-2, it would be assured of a share of the Ivy League championship. It’s possible that could be a two-way, three-way or four-way tie, but Princeton cannot win the outright championship.
In many tiebreaking scenarios - but not all - Princeton would be the host for the Ivy League tournament.

*     *     *

It is still possible mathematically for the Ivy tournament to be held at either Princeton, Harvard, Cornell, Penn or Yale.
In its four-year history, the Ivy tournament has been at Cornell three times and Princeton once. Also, in the first four years of the event, no team has gotten to 3-3 in the Ivy League and not made the tournament field.

*     *     *

Harvard was the second Ivy League team Princeton ever played in lacrosse, all the way back in 1882. Harvard was in fact the third collegiate opponent for Princeton and the only one of those three that today fields a Division I lacrosse team. The other two were Columbia and NYU.
Princeton and Harvard played every year from 1882 until 1889, two years before Princeton dropped the sport. The next meeting wasn’t until 1922, one year after the sport was restarted at Princeton, but the teams played sparingly until the 1950s, which explains why Princeton and Yale have played 98 times and Princeton and Harvard have played 79 times.
The teams have met every year since 1953. Princeton leads the all-times series 57-21-1. It is 2-2 since Chris Bates became head coach of the Tigers.

*     *     *
Eric Sanschagrin has been the starting goalie for the last three games, all wins.
Sanschagrin has seven career starts, the first of which came last year against Harvard in a 14-6 Princeton win, in which he made eight saves, six of which came while Princeton built a 12-3 lead after three quarters.
Princeton had five players with three points in that game, led by Jake Froccaro with three goals and two assists and Mike MacDonald with four goals.

*     *     *

Princeton and Harvard rank 2-3 in the Ivy League in scoring offense averaging 12.6 and 11.9 goals per game.
The only time since 1978 when both teams reached double figures in a Princeton-Harvard game was in 1997, when Harvard scored in the final seconds to make it a 17-10 Princeton win.

*     *     *

Tom Schreiber leads the Ivy League in assists per game and points per game and is second in goals per game. He ranks fifth in Division I in points per game and is the only Ivy player among the top 27.
Schreiber, Mike MacDonald and Ryan Ambler rank 1-2-3 in the league in assists per game. Harvard’s Peter Schwartz is tied for fourth.
Harvard’s Will Walker is second in the league with 30 goals, behind Dan Lightner of Cornell with 38. Schreiber is third at 29.
Schreiber is the only player in the league with at least 20 goals and at least 20 assists. MacDonald needs two goals and one assist to get to 20/20, while Ambler needs three assists. Schwartz needs one goal and three assists.

*     *     *

Princeton leads Division I in man-down defense, having allowed eight goals in 27 opportunities, or a .795 success rate. Princeton is second in man-up offense, with 21 goals in 37 attempts (.568), trailing only Detroit (.683).

*     *     *

Justin Murphy returned to face-off for Princeton in the game against Dartmouth after missing four games due to an injury.
Murphy won 16 of 26 against the Big Green and has won 84 of 148 for the year (.568).
Without Murphy, Princeton as a team won just 37 of 111 face-offs and went 2-2, with a pair of one-goal losses to Yale and Brown. In those two games, Princeton won 20 of 60 face-offs.
As a team, Harvard has won two more than 50% of its face-offs for the year (150x298) but is much better in the league, at 63.6% (63 for 99).

*     *     *

Kip Orban shared Ivy League Player of the Week honors with Penn goalie Brian Feeney this week after Orban had four goals and two assists in two games last week, including the game-tying goal with 2.7 seconds left and then the game-winning assist in the second OT against Lehigh. Orban now has two career overtime points with the game-winning goal against Cornell last year in the Ivy League tournament semifinal game in Ithaca that Princeton won 14-13.
Tucker Shanley and Tom Schreiber are the other two current Princeton players with an overtime goal.
Orban has the third-longest current streak in Division I with at least one goal in 24 straight games.

*     *     *

What Can You Say About ...

Ryan Ambler #14
    •    is third on the team in goals and assists and tied for second in points
    •    had a career-high seven points against Dartmouth (3G, 4A)  
    •    had career-high five goals against Rutgers, including three straight during 5-0 Princeton run to end the first half to turn a 6-3 deficit into an 8-6 lead at the break
    •    had two goals against Yale, including one to tie the game at 15-15 with 1:52 to play
    •    had a career-high four goals, plus an assist, against Penn
    •    had career-high five assists in the win over Hofstra
    •    had two goals and three assists against Hopkins
    •    had a goal and assist against North Carolina and Brown
    •    had a goal and assist against Manhattan
    •    had 11 goals and 17 assists as a freshman
    •    started 13 of 15 games a year ago, missing games against Rutgers and Dartmouth due to injury
    •    father Bob is the all-time leading scorer at Drexel  
Alex Beatty #36
    •    was the team’s No. 1 longstick midfielder in 2013
    •    is moving to close defense for 2014, but has been out with an injury
    •    played against Villanova for first appearance of the year
    •    was second on the team in caused turnovers in 2013 with nine
Zach Currier #25
    •    had career highs with three goals, four points and five ground balls in the win over Dartmouth
    •    all five ground balls against Dartmouth came on the wing on face-offs
    •    named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after the win over Dartmouth
    •    had first two career assists and first multi-point game against Brown
    •    scored first career goal in the win over Manhattan
    •    is playing on the second midfield
    •    was ranked as the No. 5 incoming freshman by Inside Lacrosse
Hunter DeButts #47
    •    has moved from attack to the offensive midfield to defensive midfield in his career
    •    had a goal and two caused turnovers against Villanova
    •    had a caused turnover and three ground balls against Penn
    •    had 12 ground balls and six caused turnovers in 2013
    •    also had three goals and two assists
Nick Fernandez #24
    •    had an assist (first of his career) and three caused turnovers against Johns Hopkins
    •    had a caused turnover and two ground balls against Penn
    •    started every game on defense in 2013
    •     moved back to shortstick defensive midfield for 2014
    •    selected by the Denver Outlaws in the sixth round (46th pick overall) in the 2014 Major League Lacrosse draft
Jake Froccaro #10
    •    2013 Ivy League Rookie of the Year
    •    2013 honorable mention All-Ivy League
    •    second on the team with 25 goals
    •    has 25 goals and 10 assists this year after having 24 goals and 10 assists last year
    •    is the only midfielder at Princeton ever with at least 20 goals as a freshman and sophomore
    •    had 10 goals in the loss to Yale
    •    accomplished all of the following with his 10-goal game against Yale: first player in Division I to reach double figures since Jordan McBride of Stony Brook in 2008; tied the 63-year-old Princeton school record for goals in a game (set by William Griffith in 1951 against Rutgers), became the fourth player since the formation of the Ivy League in 1957 to score at least 10 goals in a game; became the first player ever to score 10 goals in an Ivy league game; bettered his previous career high of three in each half, with six in the first half and four in the second
    •    had a then career-high six points against Villanova (three goals, three assists)
    •    had two goals and two assists against Rutgers
    •    had two goals and an assist against Brown
    •    had two goals against Dartmouth
    •    had a goal and two assists against Lehigh
    •    had a goal and assist against Carolina and Penn
    •    had a goal against Johns Hopkins
    •    had two goals  against Manhattan
    •    had 24 goals and 10 assists as a freshman
    •    tied for third all-time - and first among midfielders - in goals by a Princeton freshman
    •    he and Peter Trombino are the only Princeton freshmen ever to have at least 20 goals and 10 assists
Bear Goldstein #34
    •    starter on defense
    •    had two caused turnovers against North Carolina
    •    one of two current Princeton players who has started every game of his career (Mark Strabo)
    •    along with fellow freshman Will Reynolds marked the first time since Kurt Lunkenheimer and John Harrington in 1996 that Princeton started two freshman on defense in the first game of a season
    •    ranked as the No. 97 incoming recruit by Inside Lacrosse
    •    two-time high school All-America
Brian Kavanagh #44
    •    started and played first half of first three games
    •    made first career start against Hofstra, with 10 saves and six goals-against
    •    made seven saves in second quarter, when Hofstra outshot Princeton 18-3
    •    made six saves while allowing three goals against Manhattan
    •    played 29:40 for his first three years combined
    •    played 14:07 in two games in 2013, with a .500 save percentage and 8.50 goals-against
Mike MacDonald #8
    •    has 126 career points (83G, 43A), 22nd-best at Princeton
    •    needs one point to tie Bill Chaires and Charles Stillwell for 20th and two to tie Tommy Davis for 19th
    •    ranks 19th all-time at Princeton with 83 career goals; needs one to tie Mark Kovler for 18th and three to tie Jeff Froccaro for 17th
    •    second on the team in assists and tied for second in points      
    •    had two goals and career-high five assists against Penn
    •    named Ivy League Player of the Week after seven-point game against Penn
    •    had four goals - all in the first half - against Villanova
    •    had a career-high four assists against Carolina
    • had two goals and two assists against Dartmouth
    •    had four goals and one assist against Hofstra
    •    had a goal and two assists against Rutgers and Manhattan    
    •    had a goal and assist against Johns Hopkins
    •    had a goal against Brown
    •    has at least one point in 26 straight games
    •     2014 Tewaaraton Trophy watchlist
    •    2013 first-team All-Ivy League
    •    2013 honorable mention All-America
    •    had 43 goals in 2013, the sixth-best single-season total in school history and the most by a Princeton player since Chris Massey had 45 in 1997
    •    had 65 career goals through two years, leaving him third  at Princeton in goals after sophomore year, along with Jesse Hubbard and Chris Massey, who rank 1-2 all-time at Princeton in goals
Justin Murphy #32
    •    has won 84 of 148 face-offs this season
    •    missed four games due to injury and then came back to win 16 of 26 face-offs and score a goal against Dartmouth
    •    team won 37 of 111 face-offs in the four games he missed
    •    won 10 of 17 face-offs and had seven ground balls against Villanova
    •    was 16 for 31 face-offs with eight ground balls against Penn
    •    won 13 of 23 face-offs with eight ground balls, as well as first career goal, against Johns Hopkins
    • won 11 of 22 face-offs against North Carolina, including 11 of his final 18
    •    won 8 of 12 face-offs against Manhattan
    •    won 10 of 17 face-offs against Hofstra
    •    won 111 of 218 face-offs (.509) a year ago
    •    took 218 of the team’s 380 face-offs a year ago
Jack O’Brien #29
    •    won 9 of 25 face-offs against Rutgers
    •    won 6 of 11 face-offs against Manhattan
    •    won 3 of 6 against Villanova
Matt O’Connor #11
    •    had a career-high 13 saves against Penn, including nine in the second half
    •    made first start of the season, played the entire game and made 12 saves against North Carolina
    •    made 10 saves while allowing five goals against Villanova
    •    played the second half against Hofstra and Johns Hopkins and most of the second half against Manhattan
    •    made save in the final minute against Hofstra to keep it a two-goal game in 12-10 win
    •    is also second on the team in caused turnovers with six
    •    started the first 11 games in goal last year
    •    had a .517 save percentage
    •    became the third Princeton goalie in the last 25 years to start Game 1 of his freshman year (Scott Bacigalupo in 1991, Tyler Fiorito in 2009)
Kip Orban #13
    •     has at least one goal in 24 straight games (longest current streak on the team and third-longest current streak in Division I) and at least one point in 26 straight games
    •    goal-scoring streak of 24 straight games is longest current streak in Division I by a midfielder
    •    tied the Lehigh game on a goal with 2.7 seconds left and the assisted on Tom Schreiber’s game-winner in overtime
    •     had two goals and two assists against Lehigh
    •    had two goals against Penn, both of which came during 4-0 run after Penn had made it a one-goal game late in the third
    •    had three goals against North Carolina
    •    had a goal and two assists against Yale
    •    had two goals and one assist against Hofstra
    •    had two goals against Manhattan and Dartmouth
    •    had a goal against Johns Hopkins and Brown
    •    2013 second-team All-Ivy League selection
    •    Ivy League all-tournament team selection
    •    had 27 goals and eight assists in 2013
    •    is one of three Princeton midfielders in the last 25 years to reach at least 27 goals as a sophomore (Tom Schreiber, Josh Sims)
    •    had at least one point in every game
    •    had the game-winning goal in the Ivy League semifinal against Cornell in overtime
Derick Raabe #5
    •    leads team with 10 caused turnovers
    •    second on the team with 38 ground balls    
    •    had seven ground balls and two caused turnovers against Penn
    •    had six ground balls and two caused turnovers against North Carolina
    •    had four caused turnovers and five ground balls against Johns Hopkins
    •    had team-best five ground balls against Hofstra
    •    had three ground balls and one caused turnover against Manhattan
    •    team tri-captain
    •    started all 15 games on defense in 2013
    •    2013 second-team All-Ivy League selection
    •    moved back from defense to longstick midfield, where he primarily played his first two years
    •    led team with 73 ground balls and 10 CT in 2013
    •    had the most ground balls in a season by a Princeton player since Matt Bailer had 95 in 1997
Will Reynolds #4
    •    starter on close defense
    •    had his first career goal in the game against Yale
    •    had three caused turnovers against Lehigh
    •    had a caused turnover and two ground balls against Rutgers
    •    goal against Yale was the first by a Princeton longstick since Rob Castelo’s goal against Brown in the 2012 Ivy semifinals
    •    was ranked as the No. 7 incoming freshman by Inside Lacrosse
Will Rotatori #27
    •    started first eight games on attack
    •    had a goal against North Carolina and Villanova
    •    had two goals against Hofstra in first career start
    •    both goals against Hofstra came during 8-1 run as Princeton erased four-goal deficit
    •    had a goal against Manhattan
    •    had two goals and three assists a year ago
Eric Sanschagrin #31
    •    has started the last three games
    •    made 10 saves, including one in OT, against Lehigh
    •    played the entire game against Rutgers, making a career-high 14 saves
    •    played 14:39 of the fourth quarter against Yale, making four saves while allowing four goals
    •    started the last four games of the 2013 season
    •    made 12 saves in both games against Cornell
    • of his 12 saves in the Ivy semifinal win over Cornell, 10 came in the second half
Tom Schreiber #22
    •    team tri-captain
    •    No. 1 selection in the 2014 Major League Lacrosse draft, by the Ohio Machine
    •    2012, 2013 first-team All-America
    •    2013 Tewaaraton Trophy finalist
    •     2014 Tewaaraton Trophy watchlist
    •    three-time first-team All-Ivy League selection; only three players (Cornell’s Rob Pannell and Max Siebald and Princeton’s Chad Wiedmaier) have ever been four-time first-team All-Ivy League selections
    •    currently fifth all-time at Princeton in points with 199
    •    is sixth all-time at Princeton with 94 career assists; needs two to tie Don Hahn for fifth
    •    has 105 career goals and 94 career assists
    •    is one of five players in Ivy history - and only midfielder - with at least 100 goals and 90 assists (Rob Pannell and Mike French of Cornell; Darren Lowe and Tom Gagnon of Brown)
    •    holds Princeton records for goals, assists and points in a career by a midfielder
    •    has at least three points in 46 of 53 career games
    •    has at least one point in 43 straight games, the fifth-longest current streak in Division I and the longest current streak by any Division I midfielder
    •    leads team in goals, assists and points
    •    two-time Ivy Player of the Week this season
    •    2011 Ivy League Rookie of the Year
    •    has led team in points and assists all three seasons
    •    led team in goals and assists as a freshman and sophomore; is the only Princeton player ever to do so
    •    leads team in goals, assists and points
    •    tied career high with seven points (4G, 3A) against Rutgers
    •    one of 10 finalists for the Senior Class Award
    •    father Doug, who played at Maryland and won an NCAA title there in 1973 and then the 1974 World Championship with the U.S., is a member of the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of  Fame
Tucker Shanley #7
    •    returned to the midfield after missing all but two minutes of the 2013 season due to injuries
    •    had two goals and an assist against Lehigh
    •    had a goal against North Carolina and Villanova
    •    had a goal and assist against Hofstra
    •    had two goals against Manhattan
    •    had a goal against Brown
    •    had 20 goals and eight assists in 2012
    •    started nine games in 2012
Forest Sonnenfeldt #2
    •    missed all of 2013 with injuries
    •    had a goal against Penn and Rutgers
    •    had three goals against Manhattan, including two extra-man
    •    scored 19 goals and had six assists in 2012
    •    has started on attack and played midfield and has been an important presence on the extra-an unit
Jack Strabo #35
    •    team tri-captain    
    •    first-line shortstick defensive middie for the fourth straight year
    •    had an assist and two caused turnover against Rutgers
    •    had a goal against Penn
    •    had four ground balls against Hofstra
    •    had an assist against Manhattan
    •    Academic All-Ivy League selection
Mark Strabo #3
    •    has started every game of his career
    •    had two caused turnovers against Yale
    •    had a caused turnover and three ground balls against Rutgers
    •    had a caused turnover against Hofstra and Manhattan
    •    started all 15 games a year ago on defense
    •    one of six freshmen in the last 15 years to start every game on defense as a freshman; the three who graduated (Chad Wiedmaier, Dan Cocoziello, Damien Davis) were all first-team All-Americas as seniors, while the other two (Bear Goldstein, Will Reynolds) are current freshmen

HOFSTRA (W, 12-10)
GOALS - MacDonald 4, Schreiber 3, Rotatori 2, Orban 2, Shanley 1
ASSISTS - Schreiber 4, MacDonald 2, Ambler 1, Orban 1,
J. Strabo 1, Connors 1
GOALIES - Kavanagh (30:00 min, 6 goals-against, 10 saves), O’Connor (30:00 min, 4 goals-against, 2 saves)

GOALS -  Sonnenfeldt 3, Shanley 2, Orban 2, Froccaro 2, Ambler 1, Rotatori 1, Schreiber 1, MacDonald 1, Currier 1
ASSISTS - Ambler 5, Schreiber 2, Orban 1, Shanley 1, MacDonald 1
GOALIES - Kavanagh (30:00 min, 3 goals-against, 6 saves), O’Connor (27:32 min, 4 goals-against, 4 saves), Sanschagrin (2:28 min, 1 goal-against, 0 saves)

GOALS -  Schreiber 3, Ambler 2, MacDonald 1, Orban 1, Froccaro 1, Murphy 1
ASSISTS - Ambler 3, Fernandez 1, MacDonald 1
GOALIES - Kavanagh (30:00 min, 9 goals-against, 4 saves), O’Connor (30:00 min, 6 goals-against, 2 saves)

GOALS -  Schreiber 3, Orban 3, MacDonald 1, Rotatori 1, Ambler 1, Shanley 1, Froccaro 1
ASSISTS - MacDonald 4, Schreiber 3, Ambler 1, Froccaro 1
GOALIES - O’Connor (60:00 min, 13 goals-against, 12 saves)

PENN (W, 15-12)
GOALS -  Schreiber 4, Ambler 4, MacDonald 2, Orban 2, Froccaro 1, Sonnenfeldt 1, J. Strabo 1
ASSISTS - MacDonald 5, Schreiber 1, Ambler 1, Froccaro 1
GOALIES - O’Connor (60:00 min, 12 goals-against, 13 saves)

GOALS - MacDonald 4, Froccaro 3, Schreiber 3, H. deButts 1,
Orban 1, Rotatori 1, Shanley 1
ASSISTS - Froccaro 3, Schreiber 2, Fernandez 1
GOALIES - O’Connor (53:42 min, 5 goals-against, 10 saves), Sanschagrin (6:18 min, 1 goal-against, 2 saves)

YALE (L, 16-15)
GOALS - Froccaro 10, Ambler 2, Schreiber 1, Orban 1, Reynolds 1
ASSISTS - Schreiber 3, Orban 2, MacDonald 1, Rotatori 1
GOALIES - O’Connor (45:21 min, 12 goals-against, 6 saves),
Sanschagrin (14:39, 4 goals-against, 4 saves)

BROWN (L, 11-10)
GOALS - Schreiber 3 , MacDonald 2, Froccaro 2, Ambler 1, Orban 1, Shanley 1
ASSISTS - Currier 2, Schreiber 1, Froccaro 1, Ambler 1
GOALIES - O’Connor (60:00 min, 11 goals-against, 9 saves)

RUTGERS (W, 15-11)
GOALS - Ambler 5, Schreiber 4 , Froccaro 2, Sonnenfeldt 1, Himler 1, MacDonald 1, Orban 1
ASSISTS - Schreiber 3, Froccaro 2, MacDonald 2, Orban 1,
J. Strabo 1.
GOALIES - Sanschagrin (60:00 min, 11 goals-against, 14 saves)  

LEHIGH (W, 10-9, OT)
GOALS - Schreiber 4 , Orban 2, Shanley 2, Froccaro 1, Ambler 1
ASSISTS - Froccaro 2, Orban 2, Shanley 1, MacDonald 1, Ambler 1
GOALIES - Sanschagrin (64:01 min, 9 goals-against, 10 saves), O’Connor (1:08 min, 0 goals-against, 0 saves)

DARTMOUTH (W, 13-10)
GOALS - Ambler 3, Currier 3, MacDonald 2, Orban 2, Froccaro 2, Murphy 1
ASSISTS - Ambler 4, Schreiber 2, MacDonald 2, Currier 1
GOALIES - Sanschagrin (60:00 min, 10 goals-against, 8 saves)  


Career Points
    247    Kevin E. Lowe,(73G, 174A)    1991-94
    232    Ryan J. Boyle (70G, 162A)    2001-04
    215    Jonathan A. Hess, (82G, 133A)    1995-98
    211    Jesse H. Hubbard (163G, 48A)     1995-98
    199    Thomas M. Schreiber (105G, 94A)  2011-present
    192    Christopher G. Massey (146G, 46A)    1995-98

Career Goals
    163    Jesse H. Hubbard    1995-98
    146    Christopher G. Massey    1995-98
    126     Sean P. Hartofilis    2000-03
    120    Justin P. Tortolani    1989-92
    118    William J. Prager    1999-2002
    114    Joseph S. (Wick) Sollers    1975-77
    105    Thomas M. Schreiber    2011-present
    105    Jason M. Doneger    2001-05
    103    Joshua S. Sims    1997-2000
    98    Peter Trombino    2004-07
    97    Scott R. Conklin    1992-95
    97    Gerald A. Ronan    1980-83
    94    William M. Chaires    1973-75
    94    David H. Tickner    1975-77
    94    Lorne D. Smith    1996-99
    90    Joseph P. McBride    2008-11
    86    Jeff J. Froccaro    2010-13
    84    Mark L. Kovler    2006-09
    83    Michael S. MacDonald    2012-present
    83    David J. Huebeck    1977-80
    82    Jonathan A. Hess    1995-98
Career Assists
    174    Kevin E. Lowe    1991-1994
    162    Ryan J. Boyle    2001-04
    133    Jonathan A. Hess     1995-98
    99    David J. Heubeck    1977-80
    96    Donald P. Hahn     1949-51
    94    Thomas M. Schreiber    2011-present







Hyatt New
Nissan Schedule
> Full Schedule and Results
M. Lacrosse
vs. NJIT
- 3:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
at Hofstra
- 4:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
at Johns Hopkins
- 1:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
vs. Maryland
- 12:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
vs. Rutgers
- 7:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
vs. Penn
- 1:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
at Yale
- 12:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
at Brown
- 1:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
vs. Stony Brook
- 12:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
vs. Lehigh
- 7:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
vs. Dartmouth
- 3:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
at Harvard
- 12:00 PM
M. Lacrosse
vs. Cornell
- 12:00 PM