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History of the Program

An informal recreational lacrosse group coalesced on the Hilltop in 1970. Lacrosse made its first organized appearance in 1971 as a club sport under the leadership of coach Ted Childs. Progress proved rapid, and in 1973, the team compiled its first winning season. Since the late 1980s Salisbury lacrosse has enjoyed great success, evolving into one of New England’s elite programs. In 1994 and 1995, the team reigned as the Western New England Division II Champions under the leadership of coach David Hagerman. The team garnered even greater success in the years that followed. Under the leadership of coach Bobby Wynne, Salisbury lacrosse squads have reigned as champions of the Western New England Lacrosse League, earning the title in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2010 and 2012. Many Salisbury boys have enjoyed great success in many of the nation’s elite collegiate programs.


Where Are They Now?

2017:

Zach Chandler, Bowdoin College
Dinio Cijuste, Providence College
Mason Evarts, Swarthmore College
Justin Kopanski, Le Moyne College
Troy Lauder, Syracuse University
Alex Mapstone, Hobart College
Conor Murray, Endicott College
Dylan Sulzbach, Penn State University
Will Tortorella, Endicott College
Cole Willard, Penn State University

2016:

Nate Carter, High Point University
Anthony Drouin, Connecticut College
Matt Gaudet, Yale University
Will Hay, Trinity College
Alex Ives, Colgate Univeristy
Keith Mahler, Trinity College
Chris Surran, Washington & Lee University
Brendan Wallace, Ohio State University
Martin Dioli, Ohio Wesleyan University

2015:

Evan Chen, Endicott College
Spencer Daniel, Harvard University
Josh Grossman, Ohio University
Colby Hall, Trinity College
Ian Harrington, Gettysburg College
Micheal Henesey, United States Naval Academy
Duncan Hoskinson, Colgate University
Greg Pandise, University of Massachusetts
Luke Smith, Hobart College
William Snider, University of Maryland
Kai Storrs, University of Maryland
Brad Voigt, Syracuse University
Bryce Womack, Sewanee: University of the South

2014:

Colin Giblin, Maryland University
Jonathan Spaan, Hobart College
Dan Cone, Lynchburg College
Justin Guterding, Duke University
Jake Levine, University of Delaware
Connor O'Hara, Bucknell University
Jake Richards, University of Vermont
Matt Jones, University of Denver

2013:

Graham Dabbs, Furman University
Sean W. Donnelly, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Geoffrey Grant,  Skidmore College
Jake Harrington,  Dickinson College
Shane Hurley, Hobart and William Smith Colleges 
Ryan Joyce, University of Richmond
Jackson Mandli, Elmhurst College 
Domenic Massimilian, Cornell University
John Maymar, Chapman University
William Morrison, Wheaton College
Cameron Murray, Dickinson College
Brooks Robinson, Sewanee: The University of the South
Ryan Simmons,  Syracuse University
Shane Simpson, The University of North Carolina
Mark Snellman, Lynn University
Paul Spinney, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Nicholas Weston, Syracuse University

2012:

Kanatiio Adams, Cornell University
Tyler Aunon, Georgetown University
A.J. Carfora, Penn State University
Jack Clippinger, University of Denver
Myles Jones, Duke University
Thomas Labadini, Loyola University
Mike Morris, Johns Hopkins University
John O’Connor ,University of Delaware
Tanner Scales, University of Virginia
Brad Burnam, Siena College
Tyler Burnam, Siena College
Wes Middendorf, St. Lawrence University
Charles Shugrue, Roanoke College
Ryan Hamilton, William College
Brian Teague, Wheaton College

2011:

Ben Carter, Jacksonville University
Walker Chafee, University of North Carolina
Will DeLorey, Ohio Wesleyan University
Chris Garibaldi, Union College
Tom Iuppa, Hobart College
Jesse Langer, Wittenberg University
Ben Langlois, Nazareth University
Eric Lombardo, Hobart College
Will Joyce, Cornell University
Harrison Mather, United States Naval Academy
Erik Myers, Penn State University
Sam Richter, Union College
David Solomon, University of Maryland
Steve Wistner, United States Naval Academy

2010:

Chad Berger, Hamilton College
Zeric Butters, United States Military Academy
Jamie Faus, University of Denver
Brenden Gilson, University of Delaware
Ian Gordon, Loyola University
Chris Hansell, Dickinson College
Michael Jones, United States Naval Academy
Alex Love, Hobart College
Brian O’Toole, Harvard University
Connor Pigaga, University of California-Santa Barbara
Ty Thompson, SUNY Albany
Brad Weiss,United States Military Academy
Max Wildes, Springfield College
Lance Yapor, Hofstra University  

2009:

Boone Baker, United States Military Academy
Jay Christopher, United States Naval Academy
Luke Dawson, United States Military Academy
Cameron Flint, University of Denver (Captain)
Tucker Garfield, St. Lawrence University
Riley Hanson, Univ. of Maryland-Baltimore County
Adam Kelsey, Hamilton College
Drew Kearns, United States Military Academy
Alex Love, Hobart University
Cameron Mann, Jacksonville University
Connor Rice, Marist College
Garret Swaim, Jacksonville University
Derek Swee, Lynchburg College
Will Casertano, Villanova University

2008:

Peter Callahan, Lynchburg College
Trevor Brown, Johns Hopkins University
Brendan McCooey, Hobart College
Mitchell McMichael, Cornell University
Will Kraus, Ithaca College
Matthew Machucki, University of Pennsylvania
Taylor Mendoza, SUNY-Cortland
Sam Miller, Salisbury University
Kevin Moriarty, Loyola University
John Snellman, Fairfield University
Brock Sorenson, Ohio State University (Captain)
William Worthy, Gettysburg College
Ryan Yarusi, Fairfield University

2007:

Jamie Macdonald, University of Denver (Captain)
Max Brindle, Drexel University
David Shriver, Georgetown University (Captain)
Bryce Woodson, Ohio State University (Captain)
Thomas Dalton, United States Military Academy
Kevin Doyle, United States Naval Academy (Captain)
Rob Mariano, United States Naval Academy
Alexander Samaniego, United States Naval Academy
Peter McNichols, UMass-Amherst
Garet Ince, University of Virginia







   

   

   

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