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1 207 Schedule/Results FEBRUARY Sat. at Colgate W, 28 Sat. 8 at #4/# Air Force W, 04 Tues. 2 at Princeton L, 06 Sat. 25 at Binghamton W, 8 MARCH Sat. 4 Drexel W, 7 Sat. UMBC L, 64 Sat. 8 at Canisius* L, 76 Tues. 2 at Hartford L, 93 Sat. 25 Holy Cross W, 85 APRIL Sat. Monmouth* L, 72 Sat. 8 at Quinnipiac* W, 98 Sat. at Manhattan* W, 66 Sat. 22 Detroit Mercy* W, 76 Sat. 29 Siena* W, 65 MAY Fri. 5 Canisius W, 85 #3 Marist (05, 42 MAAC) vs. # Monmouth (33, 60 MAAC) May 7, A.M. MAAC Championship Final Tenney Stadium Poughkeepsie, NY 207 MARIST RECORDS Home: 42 Away: 63 Neutral: 00 NATIONAL ATTENTION: Today s MAAC Championship game will be broadcast on ESPNU and the WatchESPN app. It will also be on national radio and can be found on Sirius channel 08 and XM channel 20. LAST TIME OUT: Playing as the designated visiting team, Marist defeated no. 2 Canisius in the nightcap semifinal, 85, to move on to its fourth straight MAAC Championship game. Junior Matt Galioto went 0for from the faceoff X and scooped up a teamhigh six ground balls. MAAC AllFirst Team selection Brian Corrigan made 7 saves in the cage as Marist picked up its fifth straight win overall. FAMILIAR FOES: The Red Foxes last loss of this season came against Monmouth in a contest that the Hawks took Monmouth and Marist have met in the MAAC Championship semifinals the last two seasons, with the Red Foxes coming out on top 6 in 20 and 87 in In the onegoal affair that featured five ties, Marist scored with nine seconds left to win and J.D. Recor got his 00th career assist on the gamewinner. The 20 postseason contest was held in Tenney Stadium and Recor had a hat trick... The Red Foxes lead the alltime series against the Hawks 5. MAAC CHAMPIONSHIP HOSTS: Marist College is hosting the 207 MAAC Men s Lacrosse Championship for the third time in the last four years and 0th time overall since joining the conference in 995. The Red Foxes won the bid to host this year back in March... Marist has won its two MAAC titles in Tenney Stadium including its last one in 20. REGULAR SEASON MEETING: Corrigan stopped 7 of the 24 shots that came his way and senior captain Frankie Brier stepped up with three ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers in a 72 Marist loss to Monmouth April in Tenney Stadium. TOUGHENED UP: Marist is tied with Penn State for the 42nd hardest schedule in the nation and has the second hardest schedule in the MAAC behind only Detroit Mercy, which comes in at 4st in the country. FASTEST TO 50: In Marist s nonconference finale against Holy Cross on March 25, Head Coach Keegan Wilkinson picked up his 50th career win. Wilkinson became the fastest coach in MAAC history to achieve the feat, doing so in his 86th game on the sidelines... Former Siena Head Coach Brian Brecht held the previous conference record after he got his 50th win in his 93rd career game... Wilkinson is 5537 in his career including 25 in MAAC contests. ACTIVE LEADER: Now in his final season in red and white, Recor is currently among the top five in the nation in three of the six NCAA active career offensive categories. He is fifth with 222 career points. His career average of 2.08 assists per game is fourth in Division I among active players and his 3 assists are first... This season Recor is averaging 2.07 assists per game for th in the country... In Marist s last win against Canisius, Recor became the alltime MAAC assists leader when he fed Morrison for a goal at 4:28 of the second quarter. Recor s 30th career assist moved him ahead of the old mark set by Manhattan s Eugene Tanner in REWRITING THE RECORd BOOKS: Recor broke Marist s alltime assists record with 47 seconds left in the Red Foxes win versus Drexel on March 4, feeding junior Mitchell Standera for a goal. His 6th career assist moved him ahead of Chris Pistello, who had when his career ended in Recor also became the fourth Red Fox all time to reach 200 career points in the same game when he assisted on a goal by junior Gannon Morrison... With 222 career points, Recor is seven shy of tying Marist s alltime leader, Paul Donohue, who graduated with 229 points in Donohue s sister, Elizabeth Donohue, is the Senior Woman Administrator for Marist s athletics department. STREAK IN TACT: Tierney has notched a point in all games for Marist this season, making eight starts. He picked up his first career hat trick in Marist s win at Quinnipiac on April 8 and set a new career high with four points against Manhattan on April... Tierney is second on the team with 9 assists and third in points with 30. ALL HOME GAMES IN BOLD *Indicates MAAC Contest CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE/RESULTS Friday, May 5 (Semifinals) GAME : # Monmouth, #4 Detroit Mercy 7 GAME 2: #2 Canisius 5, #3 Marist 8 Sunday, May 7 (Final) GAME 3: # Monmouth vs. #3 Marist, 0 a.m. TEAM INFORMATION Starters Returning/Lost: 206 Overall Record: Home: Away: Neutral: ESPNU/SiriusXM 9/ Conference/Finish: 42/Second Postseason: L, 39, to Quinnipiac in MAAC Championship Game SAVING GRACE: Redshirt junior goalie Brian Corrigan leads the MAAC and is second in the country in save percentage (.630) this year. He leads the conference and is seventh in the nation in saves per game (2.27). With a 7.34 goals against average, Corrigan is second in the MAAC and fourth in the nation. NATIONALLY RANKED: Marist beat no. 4 Air Force, 04, on Feb. 8 making it the second time in as many years it has defeated a nationally ranked opponent... The Red Foxes came in at no. 20 in the U.S. Lacrosse Magazine Men s Division I Top 20 on Feb. 20. They have also received votes in the Inside Lacrosse Maverik Media Poll three times and the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Coaches polls twice in Marist held its first ever national ranking in program history at the conclusion of the 20 NCAA season when it was tied for 9th in the media poll and finished 20th in the coaches poll. CLAMPING DOWN: The Red Foxes are holding opponents to 2for47 (.255) on man up opportunities this season. Marist s man down defense is ranked first in the MAAC and th in the nation... In the last five conference contests, Marist s opponents are averaging just 6.00 goals per game. LOOKING AHEAD: The winner of today s game will receive the MAAC s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Either Marist or Monmouth will find out its fate during the NCAA Selection Show, which will air at 9 p.m. on ESPNU. @MaristAthletics

2 # Name POS HT WT YR Hometown/Previous School Stephen Viola D Fr. Broomall, PA/Marple Newtown 2 Brian Corrigan G RJr. East Quogue, NY/Westhampton Beach 3 J.D. Recor A Sr. Lancaster, NY/Bishop Timon St. Jude 4 Matthew Selts M So. Sayville, NY/Sayville 6 Joe Tierney A Fr. Bethpage, NY/Bethpage 7 Frankie Brier D Sr. Smithtown, NY/Smithtown West 9 Peyton Smith M Fr. Raleigh, NC/Athens Drive High 0 Clayton Frank M RJr. Vancouver, WA/Columbia River James Sarrocco D So. Nesconset, NY/Smithtown East 2 Gannon Morrison A 6 73 Jr. Cary, NC/Cardinal Gibbons 3 Kyle Quinn M 59 3 Jr. Rockville Centre, NY/Kellenberg Memorial 4 Evan Gagne M RSo. Westhampton, NY/Westhampton Beach Chris Schlappich M Fr. Marlboro, NY/Highland 6 Jon Constant A 5 65 Fr. Wading River, NY/ShorehamWading River 7 Connor O'Neill M 6 92 Sr. Sayville, NY/Sayville 8 Jack Dolan M 58 5 So. Poway, CA/PowayBridgton 9 David Meyer G RSo. Summerfield, NC/Northern Guilford 2 Wyatt Colangelo M Fr. Skillman, NJ/Montgomery 22 Ralph Sommer D So. Wantagh, NY/Wantagh 23 Derik Mango A So. Parker, CO/Ponderosa 24 Mitchell Standera M 5 86 Jr. Penfield, NY/Penfield 26 Thomas Rago A/M 6 75 So. Randolph, NJ/MorristownBeard 27 Collin Dizon A/M So. Mount Airy, MD/South Carroll 28 Ralph Faiella LSM Sr. Bellmore, NY/John F. Kennedy 30 Tim Nowak M 5 80 RJr. Oakdale, NY/St. John The Baptist 3 Jack Zukowski M RFr. Shoreham, NY/ShorehamWading River 32 Liam Walsh M RSo. Miller Place, NY/Miller Place 33 Brandon Croteau D 6 95 Fr. Bayport, NY/BayportBlue Point, NY 34 Jimmy Murphy M 59 7 Sr. Horsham, PA/HatboroHorsham 35 Kevin McKendry G RFr. Cary, NC/Cardinal Gibbons 36 Jake MacGregor G Fr. Port Jefferson Station, NY/Comsewogue 37 Michael Smith M Fr. Cortlandt Manor, NY/Hendrick Hudson 38 Hayden DeSanto M Jr. Summit, NJ/Summit 39 Reagan Sweeney LSM 60 7 Sr. Harborfields, NY/Harbordfields 40 John Vigh M Sr. Holtsville, NY/Sachem East 4 Ryan Brand D So. Montclair, NJ/Montclair 42 Matt Galioto M Jr. Kings Park, NY/Kings Park 43 Billy Andrle D RSo. East Meadow, NY/East Meadow 44 Nick Nye LSM 5 77 RJr. Marcellus, NY/Marcellus 45 Jacob Bloom D 6 75 So. Miller Place, NY/Miller Place 46 Jake Weinman A 5 82 Fr. Blue Point, NY/BayportBlue Point 47 Sam Ahlgrim D Fr. Westport, CT/Staples Keegan Wilkinson was named head coach of the Marist men s lacrosse program on June 28, 20. Wilkinson became the fastest head coach in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference history to reach 50 career wins when the Red Foxes took down Holy Cross, 85, on March 25, 207. He achieved the feat in his 86th game on the sidelines for Marist. In 206 Wilkinson led Marist to its third straight appearance in the MAAC Championship game. The Red Foxes were the no. 2 seed in the tournament after finishing 42 in conference play and ended the year 97 overall. Marist took two MAAC major awards at the end of the regular season as Joseph Radin was named the Offensive Player of the Year for the second straight time and goalie Brian Corrigan earned Defensive Player of the Year. Following the season Wilkinson was named head coach of the North squad in the 75th United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association NorthSouth AllStar Game. Wilkinson led the Red Foxes to their winningest season in program history and was named MAAC Coach of the Year in 20 when Marist ended its season ranked 20th in the nation. Marist made its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2005 and hosted the first playoff contest in the college s history when the Red Foxes defeated Bryant, 0 6, in a First Four game in front of a record crowd of,873 fans in Tenney Stadium. The win was the first NCAA Tournament victory in program history. In Wilkinson s third season as head coach in 204, he led his Red Foxes to a 69 overall record with a 33 mark in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference en route to Marist s first MAAC Championship game appearance since Wilkinson is a 2006 graduate of Saint Joseph s University, where he was a fouryear starter at attack and a twoyear captain. He led Saint Joseph s in assists and points three times in his career and finished his collegiate career with 54 goals and 83 assists. He is ranked second on the school s alltime assists list and seventh in career points (37). Year Overall MAAC Career MARIST MEN S LACROSSE ROSTER Head Coach Keegan Wilkinson GENERAL School: Location: Founded: Enrollment: President: VP for Student Affairs: Nickname: School Colors: Affiliation: Conference: Athletic Department Phone: ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION Director of Athletics: Faculty Representative: Associate AD/SWA/Compliance: Associate AD/Facilities & Operations: Assistant AD/External Affairs: Assistant AD/Business Operations: Coordinator of Sports Medicine: Director of StudentAthlete Enhancement: Strength & Conditioning Coach: SPORTS INFORMATION Assistant SID/MLAX Contact: Office Phone: Sports Information Fax: Assistant AD/Sports Information: Office Phone: Website: PRONUNCIATION GUIDE #3 (J.D.) RECOR ReCORE #4 (Evan) GAGNE GANyay # (Chris) SCHLAPPICH SHLApick #24 (Mitchell) STANDERA StanDErah #26 (Thomas) RAGO RAYgo #27 (Collin) DIZON DIEzon #30 (Tim) NOWAK KNOWak #33 (Brandon) CROTEAU CrowTOE #40 (John) VIGH Veye #42 (Matt) GALIOTO GaleOtoe #43 (Billy) ANDRLE ANNEdrell TEAM CAPTAINS #2 Brian Corrigan #3 J.D. Recor #7 Frankie Brier #34 Jimmy Murphy #40 John Vigh #44 Nick Nye COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Keegan Wilkinson (Saint Joseph s, 06) Sixth Season Assistant Coach: Mike Gongas (Adelphi, 07) Fourth Season Assistant Coach: Ian Farley (Sacred Heart ) First Season Marist College Poughkeepsie, N.Y ,764 David N. Yellen Deb DiCaprio Red Foxes Red & White NCAA Division I Metro Atlantic Athletic (845) 575 FOXX Tim Murray Dr. John Ritschdorff Elizabeth Donohue Darren McCormack Andy Alongi Amanda Rogerson Jeffrey Carter Alyssa Gates Aaron Suma Kevin McCall (845) ext (845) Mike Ferraro (845) ext. 332 GoRedFoxes.com

3 DNP # Stephen Viola Minutes 882:33 60:00, 4x, MR vs. Canisius 5/5/7 77:48, vs. Air Force, 2/20/6 Saves 84 9, vs. Holy Cross, 3/25/7 9, vs. Holy Cross, 3/25/7 Against 08 4, at Air Force, 2/8/7 2, at Detroit, 4/30/6 #2 Brian Corrigan Redshirt Junior 8 5, at Colgate, 2//7 5, at Colgate, 2//7 Assists 3 5, at Binghamton, 2/25/7 5, 4x, MR at Binghamton, 2/25/7 Points 49 7, 2x, MR at Binghamton, 2/25/7 8, 2x, MR at Manhattan, 4/8/ #3 J.D. Recor Senior, , at Princeton, 2/2/7 4, at Princeton, 2/2/7 8 2, at Colgate, 2//7 2, at Colgate, 2//7 #4 Matthew Selts 3, at Quinnipiac, 4/8/7 3, at Quinnipiac, 4/8/7 Assists 9 3, 2x, MR at Manhattan, 4//7 3, 2x, MR at Manhattan, 4//7 Points 30 4, at Manhattan, 4//7 4, at Manhattan, 4//7 #6 Joe Tierney

4 8, , vs. Detroit Mercy, 4/22/7 5, 4x, MR vs. Detroit Mercy, 4/22/7 2 2, 3x, MR vs. Siena, 4/29/7 3, vs. Siena, 5/3/4 #7 Frankie Brier Senior 0 0, 207 Faceoffs 448 2, at Princeton, 2/2/7 2, at Princeton, 2/2/7 7 8, at Princeton, 2/2/7 8, at Princeton, 2/2/7 #9 Peyton Smith 5 0, 204 2, 2x, MR at Quinnipiac, 4/8/7, 3x, MR at Quinnipiac, 4/8/7 #0 Clayton Frank Redshirt Junior, 206 and , 2x, MR vs. Monmouth, 4//7 4, 3x, MR vs. Monmouth, 4//7 0 4, at Quinnipiac, 4/8/7 4, at Quinnipiac, 4/8/7 # James Sarrocco 26 4, 3x, MR vs. Detroit Mercy, 4/22/7 4, 4x, MR vs. Detroit Mercy, 4/22/7 Assists 0 3, 2x, MR vs. Holy Cross, 3/25/7 4, at NJIT, 4/23/6 Points 36 7, at Colgate, 2//7 7, at Colgate, 2//7 #2 Gannon Morrison Junior

5 4 6, 206 6, 6x, MR vs. Canisius, 5/5/7, 9x, MR vs. Canisius, 5/5/7 5, 5x, MR at Manhattan, 4//7, 3x, MR at Manhattan, 4//7 #3 Kyle Quinn Junior 0 0, 207, at Princeton, 2/2/7, at Princeton, 2/2/7 #4 Evan Gagne Redshirt 0 0, 207 2, 2x, MR at Manhattan, 4//7, 2x, MR at Manhattan, 4//7 # Chris Schlappich, 207 5, 5x, MR at Manhattan, 4//7, 5x, MR at Manhattan, 4//7 3, at Hartford, 3/2/7 3, at Hartford, 3/2/7 #6 Jon Constant 4 4, 207 Assists, at Colgate, 2//7, 5x, MR at Colgate, 2//7 2, 2x, MR vs. Drexel, 3/4/7 4, 2x, MR at UMBC, 3/2/6 #7 Connor O Neill Senior

6 2, 206 #8 Jack Dolan Minutes 3:37 8:28, at Canisius, 3/8/7 8:28, at Canisius, 3/8/7 Saves, at Canisius, 3/8/7, 3x, MR at Canisius, 3/8/7 Against 3, at Manhattan, 4//7, 2x, MR at Manhattan, 4//7 #9 David Meyer Redshirt, 207 #2 Wyatt Colangelo 7 6, , at Binghamton, 2/25/7 2, 4x, MR at Binghamton, 2/25/7 3, 3x, MR vs. UMBC, 3//7, 4x, MR vs. UMBC, 3//7 #22 Ralph Sommer 2, 206, at Detroit, 4/30/6 #23 Derik Mango

7 2 8, 20 Assists 3 3, vs. Drexel, 3/4/7 3, vs. Drexel, 3/4/7 5 2, vs. Canisius, 5/5/7 2, 3x, MR vs. Canisius, 5/5/7 #24 Mitchell Standera Junior 7, 206 3, at NJIT, 4/23/6 #26 Thomas Rago 5 4, 206, at Quinnipiac, 4/8/7, at Quinnipiac, 4/8/7 Assists 2 2, at Manhattan, 4//7 2, at Manhattan, 4//7 #27 Collin Dizon 7, , 2x, MR at Hartford, 3/2/7 5, 4x, MR at Hartford, 3/2/7 2 3, vs. UMBC, 3//7 4, 2x, MR vs. Monmouth, 5/5/6 #28 Ralph Faiella Senior 2 3, 206 #30 Tim Nowak Redshirt Junior

8 2 2, 207, at Canisius, 3/8/7, at Canisius, 3/8/7 #3 Jack Zukowski Redshirt 0 0, 207, at Canisius, 3/8/7, at Canisius, 3/8/7, at Canisius, 3/8/7, at Canisius, 3/8/7 #32 Liam Walsh Redshirt DNP #33 Brandon Croteau 7, , at Canisius, 3/8/7 6, 2x, MR at Canisius, 3/8/7 3 2, 3x, MR vs. Canisius, 5/5/7 2, 5x, MR vs. Canisius, 5/5/7 #34 Jimmy Murphy Senior Minutes 3:50 3:50, at Manhattan, 4//7 3:50, at Manhattan, 4//7 Saves, at Manhattan, 4//7, at Manhattan, 4//7 Against 0 0, at Manhattan, 4//7 0, at Manhattan, 4//7 #35 Kevin McKendry Redshirt

9 DNP #36 Jake MacGregor, , 4x, MR vs. Holy Cross, 3/25/7 2, 4x, MR vs. Holy Cross, 3/25/7 #37 Michael Smith, 207 #38 Hayden DeSanto Junior 3 9, 206 #39 Regan Sweeney Senior 8 3, vs. Holy Cross, 3/25/7 4, vs. Canisius, 3/26/6 Points 0 3, vs. Holy Cross, 3/25/7 6, vs. Canisius, 3/26/6 7, 7x, MR vs. Monmouth, 4//7 2, 3x, MR at Detroit, 4/30/6 #40 John Vigh Senior

10 , 207 #4 Ryan Brand, , 3x, MR vs. Canisius, 5/5/7 6, 3x, MR vs. Canisius, 5/5/7 Faceoffs , vs. UMBC, 3//7 68, vs. UMBC, 3//7 #42 Matt Galioto Junior 9 9, 207 4, 4x, MR vs. Canisius, 5/5/7, 4x, MR vs. Canisius, 5/5/7 #43 Billy Andrle Redshirt 6, , vs. Canisius, 5/5/7 7, vs. Manhattan, 4/6/6 5, 5x, MR vs. Canisius, 5/5/7 2, 3x, MR at Monmouth, 3/9/6 #44 Nick Nye Redshirt Junior 5 5, 207 #45 Jacob Bloom

11 DNP #46 Jake Weinman 2 2, 207 #47 Sam Ahlgrim SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Assists Points. Joseph Radin (20) 55. Chris Pistello (997) 49. Peter Cleary (986) Joseph Radin (206) 5 2. Peter Cleary (986) Chris Pistello (997) 77 T3. Jim McCormick (986) J.D. Recor (20) Joseph Radin (20) 73 T3. Peter Cleary (986) Bill Drolet (986) J.D. Recor (20) Stuart MacMillan (998) 43 T5. Greg Schneider (997) Doug Closinski (993) 69 T6. Stuart MacMillan (997) 42 T5. Doug Closinski (994) 37 T6. Paul Donohue (999) 65 T6. Doug Closinski (993) Chris Pistello (998) 35 T6. Paul Donohue (2000) Paul Donohue (999) 4 T8. J.D. Recor (207) 3 T6. Doug Closinski (994) 65 T9. Paul Donohue (2000) 40 T8. J.D. Recor (204) 3 9. Bill Drolet (986) 64 T9. Colin Joka (20) 40 T8. Corey Zindel (200) 3 0. Joseph Radin (206) 60 T8. Greg Schneider (995) 3 CAREER RECORDS Assists Points. Joseph Radin (2036) 66. J.D. Recor (204Present) 3. Paul Donohue ( ) Paul Donohue ( ) Chris Pistello (99598) 2. J.D. Recor (204Present) David Kiddney (99497) Bill Drolet (98588) 3. Peter Cleary (98689) Peter Cleary (98689) Corey Zindel (2008) 0 4. Joseph Radin (203206) Stuart MacMillan (99598) 5. Connor Rice (2003) Bill Drolet (98588) 95 T6. Connor Rice (2003) Peter Cleary (98689) 97 T6. Connor Rice (2003) 94 T6. Drew Nesmith (202) Greg Schneider (99497) 93 T6. Chris Pistello (99598) Colin Joka (202) Paul Donohue ( ) Corey Zindel (2008) Jack Doherty (203) Doug Closinski (99394) Greg Schneider (99497) Greg Schneider (99497) Bill Duerr (200306) David Kiddney (99497) 6 #VOTE4JD Marist men s lacrosse senior attack J.D. Recor was selected as one of 0 finalists nationwide for the 207 Senior CLASS Award. An acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School, the Senior CLASS Award focuses on the total studentathlete and encourages students to use their platform in athletics to make a positive impact as leaders in their communities. To be eligible for the award, a studentathlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence: community, classroom, character and competition. Fan votes will be combined with those of the media and Division I head coaches to determine the winner, which will be announced at the 207 NCAA Men s Lacrosse National Championships in Boston from May Fan voting for the national award ends Tuesday, May 9. EC34 In August 20 the Marist College community unexpectedly lost men s lacrosse midfielder Edward Coombs prior to his sophomore year. Coombs lost his life in a car accident near his hometown of Horsham Township, Pennsylvania. Each member of the Marist men s lacrosse team wears a patch of a black circle with the white initials EC on their jersey to honor his life. The Red Foxes started a new tradition in 20, choosing a different senior at the beginning of each season to wear Coombs no. 34. Former Marist goalie Dave Scarcello was the inaugural recipient of this honor followed by attack Joseph Radin in 206. This year Eddie s high school teammate at HatboroHorsham, current Marist senior captain Jimmy Murphy, will wear the no. 34 jersey. Eddie was a wellrespected member of the Marist community by staff and students.

12 The Automated ScoreBook Marist Overall Team Statistics All games (as of May 06, 207) Overall: 05 Conf: 42 Home: 52 Away: 53 Neut: 00 TEAM STATISTICS MARM OPP SHOT STATISTICS Shot attempts scored per game Shot pct Shots on goalattempts SOG pct Shots/Game Assists MANUP OPPORTUNITIES Opportunities Conversion Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total 9 Manup 4 2 Mandown Unassisted Overtime 0 0 scored average GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS FACEOFFS (WL) Faceoff WL Pct CLEARS Clear Pct PENALTIES Number 49 4 Minutes 39:30 32:30 ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date 7/467 8/356 Neutral Site #/Avg 0/0 by Period st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents Shots by Period st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents Saves by Period st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents Shots on Goal st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents MARIST MAAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Date Offensive Defensive Rookie 3Feb J.D. Recor Marist Nick Hreshko Monmouth Trevor Pelletier Manhattan 20Feb Conor Kearnan Canisius Brian Corrigan Marist Justin Schwenk Monmouth 27Feb J.D. Recor Marist Jason Weber Detroit Mercy Michael Smith Marist 6Mar Jeff Edwards Canisius Brian Corrigan Marist Seth Mendell Detroit Mercy 27Mar Bryce Wasserman Monmouth Brian Corrigan Marist Justin Schwenk Monmouth 0Apr Conor Kearnan Canisius Liam Ganzhorn Canisius Joe Tierney Marist 7Apr Bryce Wasserman Monmouth Brian Corrigan Marist Ross Filtch Siena 24Apr Bryce Wasserman Monmouth Brian Corrigan Marist Justin Schwenk Monmouth May Joe Tierney Marist Brian Corrigan Marist Michael Smith Marist

13 The Automated ScoreBook Marist Overall Individual Statistics All games (as of May 06, 207) Overall: 05 Conf: 42 Home: 52 Away: 53 Neut: 00 ## Player gpgs g a pts sh sh% sog sog% up dn gb t/o ct faceoff pct penmin 3 Recor, J.D Morrison, Gannon Tierney, Joe Standera, Mitchell Smith, Michael Quinn, Kyle Vigh, John Constant, Jon Faiella, Ralph O'Neill, Connor Selts, Matthew Dizon, Collin Frank, Clayton Nye, Nick Schlappich, Chris Murphy, Jimmy Walsh, Liam Gagne, Evan Galioto, Matt Sarrocco, James Smith, Peyton Nowak, Tim Brier, Frankie Ahlgrim, Sam Bloom, Jacob Andrle, Billy Brand, Ryan Sweeney, Regan DeSanto, Hayden MacGregor, Jake McKendry, Kevin Zukowski, Jack Sommer, Ralph Colangelo, Wyatt Meyer, David Dolan, Jack Corrigan, Brian Total Opponents ## Goalie gpgs min ga gaavg saves pct w l t shots faced 35 McKendry, Kevin 0 3: Corrigan, Brian 882: Meyer, David 20 3: Total 900: Opponents 900: by Period st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents Shots by Period st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents Shots on Goal st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents Saves by Period st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents Attendance Summary MARM Opponent Total Dates/Avg Per Date 7/467 8/356 Neutral Site #/Avg 0/0 CLEARS: Marist , Opponents MANUP OPPS: Marist , Opponents

14 The Automated ScoreBook Marist Category Leaders All games (as of May 06, 207) ## Points GP G A Pts Shots 3 Recor, J.D Morrison, Gannon Tierney, Joe Standera, Mitchell Smith, Michael ## GP G A Pts Shots 2 Morrison, Gannon Recor, J.D Smith, Michael Standera, Mitchell Tierney, Joe ## Assists GP G A Pts Shots 3 Recor, J.D Tierney, Joe Morrison, Gannon Quinn, Kyle Standera, Mitchell ## GP No. 28 Faiella, Ralph 4 42 Galioto, Matt Murphy, Jimmy 37 7 Brier, Frankie Nye, Nick 34 ## ManUp GP No. 2 Morrison, Gannon Standera, Mitchell Recor, J.D. 3 6 Tierney, Joe 40 Vigh, John 0 ## ManDown GP No. 3 Recor, J.D. ## Faceoff Pct. GP Won Att Pct. 9 Smith, Peyton Galioto, Matt ## Shots GP G A Shots Shot% 2 Morrison, Gannon Recor, J.D Quinn, Kyle Tierney, Joe Smith, Michael ## Shot Pct. GP G A Shots Shot% Sarrocco, James Nye, Nick Schlappich, Chris Dizon, Collin Galioto, Matt ## Shots on Goal GP G A Shots SOG SOG% 2 Morrison, Gannon Recor, J.D Smith, Michael Tierney, Joe Standera, Mitchell ## Shots on Goal Pct. GP G A Shots SOG SOG% 9 Smith, Peyton Brier, Frankie Nowak, Tim Sarrocco, James Smith, Michael ## GP No. 34 Murphy, Jimmy 3 28 Faiella, Ralph 2 7 Brier, Frankie 2 Sarrocco, James 0 4 Selts, Matthew 8 ## Penalties GP No. 7 Brier, Frankie 7 43 Andrle, Billy Nye, Nick 6 Sarrocco, James 5 28 Faiella, Ralph 5 ## Penalty Minutes GP No. 7 Brier, Frankie Andrle, Billy Faiella, Ralph Nye, Nick 5.0 Sarrocco, James 3.5

15 The Automated ScoreBook Marist Combined Team Statistics All games (as of May 06, 207) RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NONCONFERENCE Date Opponent Score Att. Feb 20 at Colgate W Feb 8 at #4 Air Force W Feb 2 at Princeton Tigers L 60 6 Feb 25 at Binghamton W 8 0 Mar 04 DREXEL W Mar UMBC L * Mar 8 at Canisius L Mar 2 at Hartford L Mar 25 HOLY CROSS W * Apr 0 MONMOUTH L * Apr 08 at Quinnipiac W * Apr at Manhattan W * Apr 22 DETROIT MERCY W * Apr 29 SIENA W May 05 #2 CANISIUS W TEAM STATISTICS MARM OPP SHOT STATISTICS Shot attempts scored per game Shot pct Shots on goalattempts SOG pct Shots/Game Assists MANUP OPPORTUNITIES Opportunities Conversion Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total 9 Manup 4 2 Mandown Unassisted Overtime 0 0 scored average GROUND BALLS TURNOVERS CAUSED TURNOVERS FACEOFFS (WL) Faceoff WL Pct CLEARS Clear Pct PENALTIES Number 49 4 Minutes 39:30 32:30 ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date 7/467 8/356 Neutral Site #/Avg 0/0 ## PLAYER GP G A Pts Sh Up Dn GB Faceoff 3 Recor, J.D Morrison, Gannon Tierney, Joe Standera, Mitchell Smith, Michael Quinn, Kyle Vigh, John Constant, Jon Faiella, Ralph O'Neill, Connor Selts, Matthew Dizon, Collin Frank, Clayton Nye, Nick Schlappich, Chris Murphy, Jimmy Walsh, Liam Gagne, Evan Galioto, Matt Sarrocco, James Smith, Peyton Nowak, Tim Brier, Frankie Ahlgrim, Sam Bloom, Jacob Andrle, Billy Brand, Ryan Sweeney, Regan DeSanto, Hayden MacGregor, Jake McKendry, Kevin Zukowski, Jack Sommer, Ralph Colangelo, Wyatt Meyer, David Dolan, Jack Corrigan, Brian Total Opponents ## Goalie GP Min. GA GAAvg Save Pct WLT 35 McKendry, Kevin 3: Corrigan, Brian 882: Meyer, David 2 3: Total 900: Opponents 900: by Period st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents Saves by Period st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents Shots by Period st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents Shots on Goal st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Marist Opponents