2004MensLacrosseMediaGuide
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2004MensLacrosseMediaGuide

Course Number: X 10539, Fall 2008

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2004 HAR TWICK Junior midfielder Noah Hollander (#3) Junior defenseman Kyle DeVoe (#7) Schedule Sun.., Feb. 29 Sat.., Mar. 6 Tue., Mar. 9 Sat., Mar. 13 Sat., Mar. 20 Wed., Mar. 24 Sat., Mar. 27 Wed., Mar. 31 Sat., Apr. 3 Wed., Apr. 7 Sat., Apr. 10 Sat., Apr. 17 Sat., Apr. 24 Centenary McDaniel Scranton Springfield St. John Fisher* Elmira* at Alfred* at Utica* Cortland State at Rensselaer at Nazareth* Ithaca*...

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TWICK Junior 2004 HAR midfielder Noah Hollander (#3) Junior defenseman Kyle DeVoe (#7) Schedule Sun.., Feb. 29 Sat.., Mar. 6 Tue., Mar. 9 Sat., Mar. 13 Sat., Mar. 20 Wed., Mar. 24 Sat., Mar. 27 Wed., Mar. 31 Sat., Apr. 3 Wed., Apr. 7 Sat., Apr. 10 Sat., Apr. 17 Sat., Apr. 24 Centenary McDaniel Scranton Springfield St. John Fisher* Elmira* at Alfred* at Utica* Cortland State at Rensselaer at Nazareth* Ithaca* at RIT* 1:00 1:00 4:00 1:00 1:00 7:00 1:00 7:00 12:00 4:00 12:00 1:00 1:00 Fast Facts Location: Oneonta, NY Founded: 1797 Enrollment: 1,450 Nickname: Hawks Colors: Royal Blue and White Stadium: All-Weather Field (1,200) Stadium Surface: AstroTurf Press Box Phone Number: 607-431-4045 2003 Record: 8-6 (made ECAC Tournament) Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: Empire 8 Starters Returning/Lost: 7/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 24/4 President: Richard P. Miller, Jr. Acting Athletic Director: Betty Powell (Hartwick 82) Head Mens Lacrosse Coach: Bill Bjorness (RIT 86) Hartwick Record: 36-35, 5 years Office Phone: 607-431-4717 E-Mail: bjornessw@hartwick.edu Assistant Lacrosse Coach: Mike Ermer (Denison 00) Office Phone: 607-431-4724 E-Mail: ermerm@hartwick.edu Sports Information Director: Mike Chilson (Lacrosse Contact) Office Phone: 607-431-4703 Office Fax: 607-431-4720 Athletic Trainer: Heidi Hofbauer-Buzzy, ATC Hartwick Sports Hotline: 1-800-388-5753 or 607-431-HAWK Athletics Web Page: http://www.hartwick.edu/x50.xml * Empire 8 Conference games Empire 8 Conference Mark Colite Ryan Maloney Kyle DeVoe Kris Eifler Kevin Geraghty Brett Raboy The Hartwick College mens lacrosse team plays in the Empire 8 Conference - one of the top NCAA Division III lacrosse conferences in the country. The Hawks annually play one of the toughest schedules in the nation. In the last few years, the schedule has been ranked in the top 10 among all Division III lacrosse schools. Hartwick plays league games against Nazareth College, Ithaca College, Alfred University, Elmira College, Rochester Institute of Technology, Utica College and St. John Fisher College - which played its inaugural season in 2003. The Hawks had a total of six players named to the Empire 8 All-Conference Team in 2003. Senior midfielder Ryan Maloney earned firstteam all-conference honors, and sophomore defenseman Kyle Devoe received second-team honors. Senior midfielder Brett Raboy, junior goalie Mark Colite, junior defenseman Kris Eifler and junior attackman Kevin Geraghty were honorable-mention selections. HARTWICK LACROSSE Table of Contents Head Coach Bill Bjorness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hartwick Lacrosse History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Season Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2004 Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Player Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Record Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hartwick Lacrosse Photos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003 Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3 4 6 7 8 28 29 30 31 32 Senior attackman Josh Fine ON THE COVER Four Hartwick seniors are featured. Upper left, Mark Colite is entering his fourth season as the starting goaltender. Upper right, attackman Kevin Geraghty led the Hawks in scoring with 53 points a year ago. Lower left, defenseman Kris Eifler is one of five captains in 2004. Lower right, midfielder Greg Cohan had five goals and nine assists last season. Junior midfielder Mike Rose Hartwick College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, age or handicap in its programs of admissions, financial aid, instruction, athletics or other College administered activities. CREDITS The Hartwick College Mens Lacrosse media guide was designed and edited by Michael Chilson, sports information director. Cover design created by Hartwick graphic artist Jennifer Stewart. All photos by Ed Clough. MEDIA INFORMATION Media credentials can be obtained by contacting the Hartwick sports information office two days prior to scheduled games. Radio and TV stations desiring broadcast space must make arrangements one week before scheduled games. Please contact the sports information office to arrange interviews with players and/or coaches. Senior defenseman Chris Hayes For more recruiting information, write to: Hartwick Mens Lacrosse Binder P.E. Center Hartwick College Oneonta, NY 13820 Bill Bjorness: 607-431-4717 Mike Ermer : 607-431-4724 1 HARTWICK LACROSSE Head Coach Bill Bjorness victory over RIT in 1991. When Whipple left Hartwick after the 1998 season, Bjorness took over for his old boss. Bjorness, who led the Hawks 2001 squad to its first postseason appearance since the 1996 season, has guided Hartwick to the ECAC Tournament the last three seasons. While Bjorness was a student at Rochester Institute of Technology, he was a threetime All-American lacrosse player and a left wing on the ice hockey team that won the national championship in 1983. As a sophomore, Bjorness led the NCAA in scoring with 86 points and was selected as a first-team All-American in lacrosse. He was honored as a second-team pick as a junior and returned to the first team as a senior. The captain of the lacrosse team as a senior for the Tigers, his teams went to the Final Four twice and went to the NCAA Tournament in all four of his seasons (1983-1986), while compiling an overall record of 49-10. Bjorness finished a stellar four-year career with 152 goals and 112 assists. He was honored for his athletic accomplishments when the school inducted him into the Rochester Institute of Technology Sports Hall of Fame on November 13, 1999. An active participant on the national coaching scene in the offseason, Bjorness has been on the coaching staff at the Top-205 Lacrosse Camp in Baltimore since its inception in 1988. He also serves on the staff at the PeakHARTWICK LACROSSE COACHING RECORDS Rory Whipple Bill Bjorness Jape Shattuck Bill Muse Jeff Tipping Alden Shattuck Al Miller Bob Newkirk David Haase TOTALS WON LOST PCT. 114 65 .637 36 35 .507 14 22 .389 13 16 .448 13 32 .289 11 52 .175 8 10 .444 4 6 .400 3 27 .100 216 265 .449 Bill Bjorness returns for his sixth year as head coach of the mens lacrosse team. Bjorness, who doubles as a physical education instructor at Hartwick, started his collegiate coaching career as an assistant at Keuka from 1986-88. He then served as an assistant coach at Hartwick from 1989-1991. After his assistant stint at Hartwick, he moved on to become an assistant at Rochester Institute of Technology (1991-1993), and followed the stint at his alma mater by becoming the defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator at Dartmouth College from 1994-1998. With then head coach Rory Whipple, Bjorness helped turn Hartwicks lacrosse program around during those seasons. The Hawks won the ECAC Tournament with a big 17-14 200 Lacrosse Camp in Springfield (Mass.). On the international level, Bjorness has served as an assistant coach for the Iroquois Mens National Team at the International Lacrosse Federation (ILF) World Championships. In 1994, he was the defensive coordinator for the Iroquois team that finished in fifth place at Manchester, England. Bjorness returned in 2002 and helped the team earn a fourth-place medal at Perth, Australia. He doubled as the general manager and assistant coach for the Iroquois at the 2003 ILF Boys Under-19 World Championships at Towson University (Md.) in June, helping the squad finish fifth overall. Bjorness has continued to recruit and coach All-American caliber players. He was very instrumental in the careers of four-time AllAmerican defenseman Vin DeGregorio (19972000), defenseman Andrew Parkhill (1998, 1999) and goaltender Brett Jacobson (2000). In 2001, attackman Ross Pino and defenseman Brant Kasschau were named to the Face-Off Magazine Preseason All-America Team. Pino, Kasschau, Ryan Hoffmeister and Ethan Poole were named to the 2002 Face-Off Yearbook Preseason All-America Team as honorable-mention selections. At the conclusion of the 2002 season, Pino, Kasschau and Hoffmeister were honorable-mention selections on the STX/USILA AllAmerica Team. In 2003, midfielder Ryan Maloney was named to the Face-Off Yearbook Preseason All-America Team and the STX/ USILA All-America Team as an honorable-mention selection. 2 HARTWICK LACROSSE Assistant Coaches Mike Ermer is entering his fourth season at Hartwick and seventh overall as an assistant coach at the collegiate level. He will coordinate the offense and coach the goaltenders. A 2000 graduate of Denison University (OH), Ermer graduated with a bachelors degree in philosophy and had a physical education minor with a concentration in coaching. Ermer, a native of Virginia Beach, Virginia, began his coaching career as a student assistant at Denison, where he coached the man-up unit and controlled substitutions during games. He also assisted the offensive coordinator and participated in recruiting efforts. Ermer has worked the last six years as a counselor, coach, official and private instructor for The Lacrosse Academy, which is a summer camp designed for advanced players at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia. He has also coached at various other camps including: Players Choice (Worcester, MA), Top-205 (Baltimore, MD), Four-Star (Cortland, NY), UMass (Amherst) and Cardigan Mountain (Canaan, NH). Dan Mahar enters his second season as the defensive coordinator at Hartwick. He spent four years working as an assistant coach at Oneonta State under former head coach Jim Nagle, who received the 1999 Division III Coach of the Year Award. Mahar worked in the offensive end for two seasons before serving as the defensive coordinator during the 2000 and 2001 campaigns. In four seasons at Oneonta State, he coached several All-Americans, including Bill Tremont, Brian Dooley, Matt Puerta and Mike Louer. Mahar graduated in 1997 with a bachelors of science degree in psychology from Oneonta State, where he was an All-SUNYAC Conference midfielder and a two-year captain for the Red Dragons. He was honored as the recipient of the G. Hal Chase Leadership Award as a senior. Mike Ermer Dan Mahar Ethan Poole will work primarily with the offense and the man-up unit in his second year as an assistant coach for the Hawks. A standout attackman at Hartwick from 1999-2002, Poole will also work with the attackmen in 2004. Poole, who received a bachelors degree in business management in 2002, is ranked fourth-all time in career goals (119 goals) and is sixth in career points (166) at Hartwick. A 2002 Face-Off Yearbook preseason All-American as an honorable-mention selection, Poole finished second on the team in scoring as a senior with 40 goals and 11 assists for 51 points. Poole was an Empire 8 All-Conference second-team selection after tallying 33 goals and 19 assists as a junior. He ranked third on the Hawks in scoring with 39 points (29 goals, 10 assists) as a sophomore. An all-league first-team selection in lacrosse, Poole played three seasons of lacrosse, ice hockey and golf at Geneva High School. His brother, Devin, is entering his third year as a midfielder on the lacrosse team at Hartwick. Ryan Hoffmeister will coach the midfielders in his first year as an assistant. He played as a midfielder at Hartwick from 1999-2002 and finished his varsity career with 73 goals and 17 assists for 90 points. Hoffmeister helped lead the Hawks to postseason appearances in 2001 and 2002, and was a Division III All-American honorable-mention selection as a senior. In addition, he was named to the Empire 8 All-Conference Team after his junior and senior seasons. Hoffmeister is currently working for BRINE as a field marketing and promotions coordinator. He attends various camps, clinics, special events and promotions to answer questions about the equipment and to perform demonstrations using BRINE products. Hoffmeister, a native of Norfolk, Mass., has appeared in full-page advertisements in numerous lacrosse publications for BRINE. Ethan Poole Ryan Hoffmeister Jeff Hewlings is entering his first season as an assistant coach for the Hawks. He has over 20 years of high school lacrosse coaching experience and his teams have won over 200 games during his illustrious career. Hewlings has spent the last four years as head coach of the lacrosse program at Oneonta High School. As head coach of the lacrosse team at Penncrest High School (Pa.), Hewlings was twice voted the Pennsylvania Coach-of-the-Year. He earned 1999 Man-of-the-Year honors from the Pennsylvania Scholastic Lacrosse Association for his work as president of the association. A certified athletic trainer, Hewlings is currently employed by Healthplex Associates. He serves as a national medical fitness consultant and general manager of a hospital-owned health and wellness facility in Oneonta. Jeff Hewlings 3 HARTWICK LACROSSE Hartwick Lacrosse History The Hartwick College mens lacrosse team has been one of the more consistent NCAA Division III lacrosse squads in the last 17 years. The lacrosse program at Hartwick started in 1964. However, the program didnt really take off until Rory Whipple became head coach in 1987. Whipple was the first lacrosse coach to be hired who was brought on with expertise in lacrosse. Many of the early coaches in the program were either head coaches or assistants for other sports at Hartwick. Whipple, after going 5-8 in his first season in 1987, went 10-5 the next year. In fact, Whipple went on to have 10 straight winning seasons from 1988 to 1997. After leaving Hartwick to coach at Division II Bryant College in 1999, Whipple was the all-time winningest lacrosse coach with a record of 114-65. One of Whipples assistants during his run was Bill Bjorness, who was an assistant coach from 1989 to 1991. Bjorness ended up taking over for Whipple as head coach in 1999, and he has guided the team to three straight postseason appearnces from 2001-03. Bjorness led the Hawks to the ECAC Tournament in 2001, the first playoff action for Hartwick since the 1996 season. Hartwick returned to the postseason in 2002 and 2003 with appearances in the ECAC Tournament. Last years trip to the ECAC Tournament was the seventh time the Hawks have played in that tourney. Hartwick has won the tournament on three occasions, including in 1991 when Whipple and Bjorness were coaching together. Hartwicks lone trip to the NCAA Division III Tournament was in 1995 when the Hawks finished 12-3 overall and 5-1 in the then Empire Athletic Association. The Hawks finished the regular season with eight straight victories before losing to Nazareth in the NCAA Tournament. The 1995 team was led by two-time AllAmerican Ian Ritcey, who had 49 goals and 16 assists for 65 points. Ritcey, a senior that season, finished his career as the schools all-time leading scorer with 222 points on 175 goals and 47 assists. Ritcey and defender Marcus Morreale were both second-team All-Americans during the 1995 season. Morreale led the team in ground balls with 78 while scoring twice and dishing off three assists. Meanwhile, midfielder Scott Goldberg (18 goals, 11 assists) was named a third-team All-American. While 1995 was the lone visit to the NCAA Tournament, Hartwick has had other big years in lacrosse. The 1991 and 1992 teams each won more than 10 games and won ECAC Tournament titles. The 1991 squad may have been the squad that turned the corner for Hartwick lacrosse. The Whipple and Bjorness coached team finished with a 12-5 record and won the ECAC Tournament with dramatic wins over Union and RIT. Hartwick also got its first All-American lacrosse player that season when attackman Bill Beckwith (37 goals, 15 assists) was named to the third team. Beckwith finished his career with 134 goals and 82 assists for 216 points. The 1991 team was loaded with players that set the tone for Hartwick lacrosse. Steve Evans led the team in scoring with 51 goals and 23 assists for 74 points. Chris Casciani (33 goals, 34 assists), Charlie Durkin (115 ground balls) and Dan Isaf (nine goals, 23 assists) all had big seasons that year. John Frank, who holds many of the goaltending records at Hartwick, had a .662 save percentage. The 1992 team started the season with seven straight wins and 10 wins in the first 11 games, including victories over RIT, Ithaca and Springfield. The squad finished the year at 133 - the most wins ever by a Hartwick mens lacrosse team - and knocked off Union and then Albany to win another ECAC title. Evans, who picked up second-team AllAmerican honors that season, led the way with 53 goals and 32 assists for 85 points. He was the first of five players in school history to pick up second-team All-American honors for the lacrosse team (no first teamers). Dave Root, the first two-time All-American in school history, picked up honorablemention honors as a midfielder. He finished with 25 goals and 14 assists and led all Hartwick players with 94 ground balls. Frank went 12-3 in goal that season and posted a .633 save percentage and a 9.12 goals-against average. Hartwick played 10 games at home in 1992 and made the most of them by going 9-1. Hartwick lost in the ECAC final in 1993, but still managed a solid 11-5 record. Root was once again an All-American after scoring 24 goals, dishing 24 assists and leading the team in ground balls with 91. Hartwick won the ECAC title for the third time in four years when the team beat Albany and then Oswego for the championship. Ritcey led Hartwick in scoring for the second straight year (46 goals, 12 assists) and got his first AllAmerican honor as an honorable-mention selection. Morreale became the first defender at Hartwick to get All-American honors as he also earned honorable-mention honors. After the NCAA Tournament year in 1995, Hartwick struggled with some graduation losses and finished just 8-7 in 1996. Four of the seven losses came in tough league play. Goldberg received third-team All-American honors at midfield, while Dennis Herron had 65 ground balls and was an honorable-mention selection. The 1997 season saw the emergence of freshman defender Vin DeGregorio, who ended up becoming the first four-time All-American in Hartwick mens lacrosse history. He had 94 ground balls that season. Meanwhile, goaltender Jake Burns set the single-season save percentage record at .707 and was a second-team All-American along with midfielder Bob Baker (24 goals, 17 assists, 84 ground Ross Pino 02 graduated as the Hawks all-time leading scorer with 227 points on 127 goals and 100 assists. 4 HARTWICK LACROSSE balls). In Whipples last year in 1998, the Hawks lost five games by three goals or less in going 6-8. DeGregorio and Andrew Parkhill were both honorable-mention All-American defenders, while midfielder Ryan Cavanaugh was also an honorable mention pick. In the first year for Bjorness in 1999, Hartwick fell in five games by two goals or less in a 5-9 season. DeGregorio and Parkhill once again were honorable-mention All-Americans. More tight losses marked the 2000 season as Hartwick fell five times by three goals or less. DeGregorio was honored as an All-American for the fourth time and goaltender Brett Jacobson was named as well in a 6-8 year. In his third season at the helm, Bjorness guided the Hawks to the postseason with an appearance in the ECAC Tournament. Hartwick lost to Skidmore in the ECAC semifinal, 12-9, and finished with an 8-7 record. The 2002 squad returned to the postseason with its second straight appearance in the ECAC tourney. Hartwick, which finished with a 9-5 record, started the season with six straight wins. The Hawks entered the 2002 season with four Face-Off Yearbook Preseason AllAmericans on the roster. Pino, a third-team selection, was joined by Kasschau, attackman Ethan Poole and midfielder Ryan Hoffmeister all honorable-mention picks. Pino led the team in scoring with 75 points (35 goals, 40 assists) and became the all-time leading scorer in school history with 227 points (127 goals, 100 assists). For his efforts, Pino was named to the 2002 STX/USILA All-America Team as an honorable-mention selection along with teammates Hoffmeister (37 goals, 11 assists) and Kasschau (44 ground balls). The 2003 squad started the season with a 6-1 record and finished at 8-6. The Hawks reached their third straight ECAC Tournament, losing in a semifinal game to St. Lawrence University, 15-11. Midfielder Ryan Maloney ranked second on the team with 47 points on 44 goals and three assists. An honorable-mention selection on the 2003 Face-Off Yearbook Preseason All-America Team, Maloney was named to the STX/USILA All-America Team as an honorablemention selection. In addition, he was selected to compete in the 2003 USILA North/South AllStar Game. Maloney finished his career with 117 goals and 20 assists for 137 points. Hartwick Lacrosse All-Time Records OPPONENT GAMES Adelphi 9 Albany 18 Alfred 34 Brockport 3 Castleton State 6 City College of New York 7 Clarkson 6 Colgate 12 Cortland 15 Drew 1 Duke 1 Eisenhower 11 Elmira 8 Endicott 1 FDU-Madison 4 Franklin & Marshall 2 Geneseo 14 Gettysburg 1 Hamilton 20 Ithaca 26 Keuka 3 Le Moyne 7 Lynchburg 1 Marist 3 Montclair State 1 Nazareth 14 North Carolina 1 NY Maritime 6 Oneonta State 23 W 1 6 10 1 6 3 2 2 6 0 0 7 6 1 0 0 4 0 8 9 3 5 1 3 1 1 0 5 15 L 8 12 24 2 0 4 4 10 9 1 1 4 2 0 4 2 10 1 12 17 0 2 0 0 0 13 1 1 8 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oswego Potsdam Rensselaer RIT Roanoke Rochester Salisbury State Scranton Siena Skidmore Southampton Springfield St. John Fisher St. Lawrence Stony Brook Swarthmore New Hampshire Scranton Union Utica Merchant Marine Academy Utica College Villanova Washington & Lee Washington College Western New England Westfield State Whittier Williams 15 12 31 17 1 12 2 1 18 9 1 2 1 21 2 1 1 3 31 2 4 1 2 1 1 4 5 1 8 7 4 12 7 0 9 0 1 4 7 1 1 1 10 2 1 0 3 14 2 4 1 1 0 0 4 1 1 6 8 8 19 10 1 3 2 0 14 2 0 1 0 11 0 0 1 0 17 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Junior midfielder Adam Frys 5 HARTWICK LACROSSE 2004 Outlook Junior Mike Rose (one goal, two assists) joins freshmen Josh The Hartwick College mens lacrosse team will open the 2004 season at home with a non-conference game against Centenary Col- Porcell and Pat McCormack on the second midfield line. Rose played in 14 games last season and gained valuable experience. Porcell was lege (N.J.) on Sunday, February 29. Head coach Bill Bjorness, who has led the Hawks to postseason the Offensive Player of the Year and a first-team Section II all-star at play the last three years, enters his sixth season with seven returning Saratoga Springs High School, and McCormack was a starter for the starters including four all-conference players and many key re- 2003 Class A New York State championship team at West Genesee High School serves from last years team that finished with an 8-6 record. Juniors Gavin McCutchan, Travis White (six goals, one assist) We are very excited about the upcoming season because this team has more ability and depth than any of the teams I have coached and Adam Frys (15 ground balls) will play on the third midfield line. at Hartwick, said Bjorness. We have 12 midfielders who can play Junior Evan Butterfield and sophomore Jake Thornton will look for along with five attackmen, so our offense should be rested and fresh minutes at midfield, and freshmen John Cornicello, Eamonn Frys, most of the game. This will give us the ability to wear down an Dan Giovinazzo and OHara Wolfman will add depth for the Hawks. Sophomores Tom Dachille (two assists, 14 ground balls) and opponents defense and control the tempo of the game. The Hawks will look to compete in the inaugural Empire 8 Mike Vasile (10 ground balls) are the top returning long-stick Conference Tournament on April 30. The top four teams will qualify midfielders. Dachille could also see minutes at close defense, while for the tournament, with the champion receiving the conferences sophomores Pat Hanley and Matt Smith will look for playing time as long-stick midfielders automatic bid to play in the NCAA Division III Tournament. Junior Kyle DeVoe, a two-time all-conference selection, will With national powerhouses Nazareth, lead the defensemen. DeVoe (34 ground Ithaca and RIT competing in the Empire 8, balls, two assists) will cover the Hartwick might have the talent and depth oppositions top offensive player and he needed to reach the NCAA Tournament this returns as one of the premier close defendseason. ers in the nation. We are going to have to play consisSeniors Kris Eifler (15 ground balls) tent lacrosse throughout the season in order and Chris Hayes (20 ground balls) are the to reach the NCAA Tournament, said other starters at close defense. Eifler earned Bjorness. We have had pretty good starts all-conference honors a year ago, and Hayes the last three years, but we leveled off as will step into a starting role with the loss the competition increased. With the talent of Brian Baker (25 ground balls) to graduand depth we have at every position, we ation. are looking to be more competitive during Seniors Mike Cardello (12 games) and the decisive stretch at the end of this seaTom Cardaci (12 games), and sophomore son. Dan OConnor (seven games) will also Senior Kevin Geraghty, junior Brian compete for minutes at close defense. SePrescott and sophomore Mike Debrossy nior Sean Duffey, sophomores Dan Garcia return as starting attackmen. Geraghty, an and Mike Rebarchik, and freshman Kyle all-conference selection a year ago, led the Foulger will add depth as defensemen. conference in assists (38) and ranked fifth Senior goaltender Mark Colite is a in scoring (50 points). Prescott (29 goals, three-time all-conference selection for four assists) ranked seventh among Empire Hartwick. Colite, who earned the Empire 8 8 players in goals per game (2.23), and Rookie of the Year Award as a freshman, Debrossy finished his freshman year with started all 14 games last season and regis40 points on 22 goals and 18 assists. tered 207 saves. He ranked third in the conFreshmen Brian Miller and Lee Ausference in save percentage (.580) and placed tin will join senior Josh Fine on the second Vin Ferrara eighth in ground balls (71). attack line. Miller earned All-America honColite, a four-year starter, will be ors and was a Metro West all-star as an attackman at Acton Boxborough High School (Mass.), and Austin was an all-state player backed up by freshman Jason Fautas and junior Mike Bannon. Fautas at Duxbury High School (Mass.), where he was a starting attackman was a two-time all-division pick and a two-time all-county selection on the Division I state championship team in 2002. Fine will have an at Sachem High School, where he played in the Suffolk County AllStar Game. expanded role after scoring one goal in five games a year ago Juniors Matt Desmarais (17 ground balls), Drew Rose (seven Juniors Diego Long and Doug Viehmeyer will look to contribute at attack along with freshmen Brendan OHare and Ben Schluter. ground balls) and Roy Duckworth (one goal) are the top short-stick Senior Greg Cohan (five goals, nine assists), junior Devin Poole defensive midfielders. The Hawks have a strong two-man face-off rotation with Frys (nine goals, six assists) and junior Noah Hollander (12 goals, four assists) will start as midfielders. Cohan is a four-year starter who can and senior Vin Ferrara. Frys led the team with 168 face-off wins and feed, dodge and score. Poole and Hollander will step into starting Ferrara won 21 face-offs last season. Geraghty, Porcell, Debrossy, Prescott, Poole and junior Travis roles due to the losses of All-American Ryan Maloney (44 goals, three assists) and all-conference midfielder Brett Raboy (22 goals, 19 White will start on the man-up unit. DeVoe, Eifler, Cardello, Cardaci and Cohan will start on the man-down unit. assists) to graduation. 6 2004 Roster HARTWICK LACROSSE Junior midfielder Gavin McCutchan No. Name Cl. 1 Dan OConnor So. 2 Gavin McCutchan Jr. 3 Noah Hollander Jr. 4 Kevin Geraghty* Sr. 5 Drew Rose Jr. 6 Mike Vasile So. 7 Kyle DeVoe* Jr. 9 Devin Poole Jr. 10 Travis White Jr. 11 Brian Prescott Jr. 12 Josh Porcell Fr. 13 Brendan OHare Fr. 14 Pat Hanley So. 15 Greg Cohan* Sr. 16 John Cornicello Fr. 18 Vincent Ferrara Sr. 19 Josh Fine Sr. 20 Dan Garcia So. 21 Tom Dachille So. 22 Lee Austin Fr. 23 Mike Rose Jr. 24 Mark Colite* Sr. 25 Mike Debrossy So. 26 Matt Desmarais Jr. 27 Jason Fautas Fr. 28 Chris Hayes Sr. 29 Mike Cardello Sr. 30 Pat McCormack Fr. 31 Matt Smith So. 32 Jake Thornton So. 33 Kris Eifler* Sr. 34 Roy Duckworth Jr. 35 Adam Frys Jr. 36 Evan Butterfield Jr. 37 Diego Long Jr. 38 Kyle Foulger Fr. 39 Sean Duffey Sr. 40 Brian Miller Fr. 41 Mike Rebarchik So. 42 Dan Giovinazzo Fr. 43 Ben Schluter Fr. 44 Tom Cardaci Sr. 45 Eamonn Frys Fr. 46 Doug Viehmeyer Jr. 47 OHara Wolfman Fr. 48 Mike Bannon Jr. * - Captains Junior attackman Brian Prescott Junior midfielder Devin Poole Pos. Ht. Wt. High School Hometown D 6-0 200 Malden Catholic Medford, Mass. M 6-0 200 South Side Rockville Centre, N.Y. M 5-8 165 Guilford Guilford, Conn. A 5-10 160 Massapequa Massapequa, N.Y. M 5-8 170 Cheshire Cheshire, Conn. D 5-6 155 Geneva Geneva, N.Y. D 6-2 200 Chaminade East Rockaway, N.Y. M 6-1 210 Geneva Geneva, N.Y. M 5-11 165 Baldwin Baldwin, N.Y. A 5-9 195 Duxbury Duxbury, Mass. M 6-0 175 Saratoga Springs Gansevoort, N.Y. A 6-3 225 Shoreham-Wading River Wading River, N.Y. D 5-8 170 Irondequoit Rochester, N.Y. M 5-9 185 Farmingdale Farmingdale, N.Y. M 5-7 180 Lynbrook Lynbrook, N.Y. M 5-10 215 Kings Park Kings Park, N.Y. A 5-7 145 Canterbury New Canaan, Conn. Massapequa Massapequa, N.Y. D 5-10 210 Garden City, N.Y. D 6-2 165 Chaminade A 5-9 175 Duxbury Duxbury, Mass. M 5-7 170 Cheshire Cheshire, Conn. G 5-10 198 Southington Southington, Conn. A 6-2 185 Westfield Westfield, N.J. M 5-8 199 Duxbury Duxbury, Mass. G 5-10 200 Sachem Holtsville, N.Y. D 6-1 205 Horseheads Horseheads, N.Y. D 6-0 210 Harborfields Greenlawn, N.Y. M 6-1 180 West Genesee Camillus, N.Y. D 6-0 180 Cheshire Cheshire, Conn. M 5-11 175 Cheshire Academy Plantsville, Conn. White Plains White Plains, N.Y. D 6-3 215 M 6-2 215 Trinity Pawling Rye, N.Y. M 5-6 160 Seton Catholic Conklin, N.Y. M 5-5 135 Shenendehowa Clifton Park, N.Y. A 5-7 140 Choate Rosemary Hall Wallingford, Conn. D 6-0 175 South Jefferson Watertown, N.Y. D 6-1 240 Wilbraham & Monson Acad. Chestnut Hill, Mass. A 5-8 160 Acton Boxborough Acton, Mass. D 6-0 200 Horseheads Horseheads, N.Y. M 6-0 172 Waltham Waltham, Mass. 5-10 155 Berkshire School Kennett Square, Pa. A D 6-1 215 Longwood Shirley, N.Y. M 5-6 140 Seton Catholic Conklin, N.Y. A 5-10 180 N.Y. Military Academy Montvale, N.J. M 5-10 145 South Side Rockville Centre, N.Y. G 5-10 185 Wilbraham & Monson Acad. Wilbraham, Mass. 7 HARTWICK LACROSSE 24 Mark Colite Senior Goaltender 5-10, 198 Southington, Conn. Colite received Empire 8 All-Conference honors for the third straight year in 2003. AS A JUNIOR: Earned Empire 8 All-Conference honors as an honorable-mention selection...started all 14 games and played 830 minutes...made 207 saves and allowed 155 goals...had a .572 save percentage and an 11.20 goals-against average...named Empire 8 Goalie of the Week two times (March 23, March 30). AS A SOPHOMORE: Named to the Empire 8 All-Conference Team as a second-team selection...started all 14 games in goal...played 770 minutes and made 175 saves...had a .532 save percentage and a 12.0 goals-against average...had a season high 20 saves in a 14-10 victory over Alfred...Named Empire 8 Goalie of the Week twice (April 1, April 21). AS A FRESHMAN: Conference leader in saves and minutes played...named ECAC Goalie of the Week and picked up Empire 8 Defensive Player of the Week honors on April 10...also named Empire 8 Defensive Player of the Week on April 4...started all 15 games...made 20 saves in a 13-10 win over RIT. HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years of lacrosse and three years of football at Southington High School...helped Southington win the 1998 Connecticut Class LL Football State Championship...named MVP of the lacrosse team after his junior and senior seasons...four-year starter in goal and was named captain of the lacrosse team as a senior. PERSONAL: Mark, the son of William and Diane Colite, is a biology major at Hartwick. Year GP Minutes Goals Against Saves GAA 2003 14 830 155 207 11.20 2002 14 770 154 175 12.00 2001 15 902 162 214 10.78 Career 43 2,502 471 596 11.29 8 HARTWICK LACROSSE 4 Kevin Geraghty Senior Attackman 5-10, 160 Massapequa, N.Y. Geraghty led the team in scoring as a junior...an excellent passer with tremendous vision and feeding skills...will start on the manup unit...has a chance to become the all-time assist leader in Hartwick history. AS A JUNIOR: Led the team in scoring with 53 points on 12 goals and a team-high 41 assists...played in all 14 games...had 29 ground balls...was named to the Empire 8 All-Conference Team as an honorable-mention selection. AS A SOPHOMORE: Started in all 14 games for the Hawks...ranked second on the team with 24 assists...scored 10 goals on 40 shots...had 43 ground balls...played on the man-up unit...had two goals and four assists in a 24-9 victory over Western New England. AS A FRESHMAN: Geraghty finished third on the team in assists (15) and ranked sixth on the team in scoring (20 points)...scored five goals and played in all 15 games...had 17 ground balls...tallied two goals and two assists against Skidmore. HIGH SCHOOL: Was an honorable-mention All-American selection at Massapequa High School...member of two Nassau County Championship lacrosse teams (1999, 2000)...played three years on the lacrosse team...played in the Exceptional Senior Game...member of the National Honor Society...recipient of the Margaret C. Callahan Leadership Award. PERSONAL: The son of Thomas Geraghty and Theresa Mecke, Kevin is majoring in math at Hartwick. Year GP Shots Goals Assists Points 2003 14 43 12 41 53 2002 14 40 10 24 34 2001 15 45 5 15 20 Career 43 128 27 80 107 9 HARTWICK LACROSSE 15 Greg Cohan Senior Midfielder 5-9, 185 Farmingdale, N.Y. Cohan will start on the first midfield line...entering second year as a captain...can feed, dodge and score...aggressive two-way midfielder...will start on the man-down unit. AS A JUNIOR: Ranked eighth on the team in scoring with 14 points on five goals and nine assists...played in all 14 games...ranked second on the squad with 58 ground balls...took 26 shots and scored on five attempts...started on the man-down unit. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 12 games and registered one assist...had 26 ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN: Gained valuable experience and contributed as a midfielder...finished second on the team in face-off wins with 23...played in 13 games and finished with one goal on five shots...had 19 ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL: Cohan was a member of the lacrosse and football teams at Farmingdale High School...won a county championship on both teams...all-division pick in lacrosse...honor roll student...selected as Most Talented and Most Artistic among students in his senior class...Academic All-County Team selection. PERSONAL: Greg, the son of George and Carol Cohan, is a management major at Hartwick. Year GP Shots Goals Assists Points 2003 14 26 5 9 14 2002 12 9 0 1 1 2001 13 5 1 0 1 Career 39 40 6 10 16 10 HARTWICK LACROSSE 33 Kris Eifler Senior Defenseman 6-3, 215 White Plains, N.Y. Eifler earned all-conference honors last season...will start as a close defenseman...entering first season as a captain...big, strong and agile...skilled defensive player around the crease...will start on the mandown unit. AS A JUNIOR: Named to the Empire 8 All-Conference Team as an honorable-mention selection...played in 14 games...picked up 15 ground balls...played on the man-down unit. AS A SOPHOMORE: Eifler played in 10 games and had four ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in six games and had three ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL: Eifler was a four-year member of the lacrosse and football teams at White Plains High School, where he was an all-section and an all-league pick in lacrosse...named captain of the lacrosse team as a senior. PERSONAL: The son of Robert and Christine Eifler, Kris is majoring in history at Hartwick. Ground Balls Year GP 2003 14 15 2002 10 4 2001 6 3 Career 30 22 11 HARTWICK LACROSSE 7 Kyle DeVoe Junior Defenseman 6-2, 200 East Rockaway, N.Y. DeVoe is one of the top close defenders in Division III...will lead the clearing game and the man-down unit in 2004...a force around the goal with speed, strength and athleticism. AS A SOPHOMORE: Named to the Empire 8 All-Conference Team as a second-team selection...started on the man-down unit and the first defensive line...played in 13 games...ranked third on the team with 34 ground balls...tallied one goal and two assists for three points... AS A FRESHMAN: DeVoe was named to the Empire 8 AllConference Team as an honorable-mention selection...started in 13 games and had one assist...had 37 ground balls...played on the man-down unit. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year member of the lacrosse and football teams at Chaminade High School...named Most Valuable Player of the lacrosse team as a senior...recipient of the Long Island Metropolitan Unsung Hero Award. PERSONAL: Kyle, the son of Daniel and Barbara DeVoe, is an economics major at Hartwick. Year GP Goals Assists Points Ground Balls 2003 13 1 2 3 34 2002 13 0 1 1 37 Career 26 1 3 4 71 12 HARTWICK LACROSSE 44 Tom Cardaci Senior Defenseman 6-1, 215 Shirley, N.Y. Cardaci, a close defenseman, will begin the season on the second defensive line...is expected to start on the man-down unit. AS A JUNIOR: Played in 12 games and had three ground balls...played on the man-down unit. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 10 games and had four ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in four games. HIGH SCHOOL: Cardaci was a four-year member of the soccer team and played three years of lacrosse at Longwood High School...captained both teams...honor roll student. PERSONAL: An information science major at Hartwick, Tom is the son of Thomas and Francine Cardaci. Year GP Ground Balls 2003 12 3 2002 10 4 2001 4 0 Career 26 7 29 Mike Cardello Senior Defenseman 6-0, 210 Greenlawn, N.Y. Cardello will start on the man-down unit and will play a key role on the second defensive line at close defense...an experienced player from one of the premier lacrosse programs in the country at Harborfields High School. AS A JUNIOR: Played in 12 games and picked up two ground balls. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 13 games and had seven ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in five games as a close defenseman and had three ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduate of Harborfields High School...three-year member of the lacrosse team...all-division selection as a senior...also a three-year member of the bowling team. PERSONAL: Mike, the son of Michael and Catherine Cardello, is majoring in history. Year GP Ground Balls 2003 12 2 2002 13 7 2001 5 3 Career 30 12 13 HARTWICK LACROSSE 18 Vin Ferrara Senior Midfielder 5-10, 215 Kings Park, N.Y. Ferrara and Adam Frys will play primarily as face-off specialists...adds depth as a short-stick midfielder for the Hawks. AS A JUNIOR: 22 Won of 53 face-offs...played in 11 games...had seven ground balls...scored two goals on two shots. AS A SOPHOMORE: Won 5 of 9 face-offs...played in four games...had one ground ball. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in four games and won one face-off. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduate of Kings Park High School...was a member of the lacrosse, football, wrestling and track and field teams...AllAmerican Scholar-Athlete...recipient of the National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award...all-league wrestling selection...recipient of the Midfielder Award as a senior. PERSONAL: Vincent, a pre-physical therapy major, is the son of Vincent and Geri Ferrara. Year GP Shots Goals Assists Points 2003 11 2 2 0 2 2002 4 0 0 0 0 2001 4 1 0 0 0 Career 19 3 2 0 2 19 Josh Fine Senior Attackman 5-7, 145 New Canaan, Conn. Fine is entering his fourth season on the team and will look to contribute on the second attack line. AS A JUNIOR: Tallied one goal on one shot...played in five games...had two ground balls. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in two contests and had two ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in three contests as an attackman for the Hawks. HIGH SCHOOL: Fine is a graduate of Canterbury School...he was a four-year member of the lacrosse team and ran two seasons of track...as a junior, his team won the Canterbury Lacrosse Invitational...captain of the lacrosse team as a senior. PERSONAL: A political science major at Hartwick, Josh is the son of Scott and Kathy Fine. Year GP Shots Goals Assists Points 2003 5 1 1 0 1 2002 2 0 0 0 0 2001 3 0 0 0 0 Career 10 1 1 0 1 14 HARTWICK LACROSSE 28 Chris Hayes Senior Defenseman 6-1, 205 Horseheads, N.Y. Hayes will start at close defense for the Hawks in 2004. AS A JUNIOR: Competed in 13 games and finished the season with 20 ground balls. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 13 games and picked up 21 ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN: Hayes played in four games for the Hawks. HIGH SCHOOL: A graduate of Horseheads High School, Hayes played as a midfielder for the lacrosse team...Section Four AllStar in lacrosse...member of two sectional championship winning soccer teams and one lacrosse championship team at Horseheads...was a recipient of the Scholar-Athlete Award...played ODP soccer. PERSONAL: Chris, a political science major at Hartwick, is the son of Doug and Mary Hayes. Year GP Ground Balls 2003 13 20 2002 13 21 2001 4 0 Career 30 41 26 Matt Desmarais Junior Midfielder 5-8, 199 Duxbury, Mass. Desmarais will play as a short-stick defensive midfielder. AS A SOPHOMORE: Finished the season with 17 ground balls in 12 games. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 12 games and made an immediate impact in his first season for head coach Bill Bjorness...had seven ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year member of the lacrosse and ice hockey teams at Duxbury High School...played in the Massachusetts State Championship Hockey Game as a senior. PERSONAL: Matt, an economics major, is the son of Jay and Pam Desmarais. Year GP Ground Balls 2003 12 17 2002 12 7 Career 24 24 15 HARTWICK LACROSSE 34 Roy Duckworth Junior Midfielder 6-2, 215 Rye, N.Y. Duckworth will look for minutes as a short-stick defensive midfielder. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 10 games and scored one goal on three shots. AS A FRESHMAN: Duckworth played in eight games and had one goal and five ground balls...also won 4 of 11 face-offs for the Hawks...scored his first collegiate goal in a 25-11 triumph over Springfield College. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year member of the lacrosse, ice hockey and cross country teams at Trinity Pawling High School...recipient of the Athlete of the Week Award...leading scorer on the lacrosse team as a senior. PERSONAL: Roy, who is majoring in economics, is the son of Demi and Meg Duckworth. Year GP Goals Assists Points Ground Balls 2003 10 1 0 1 0 2002 8 1 0 1 5 Career 18 2 0 2 5 35 Adam Frys Junior Midfielder 5-6, 160 Conklin, N.Y. Frys and Vin Ferrara are the top face-off specialists for the Hawks...could see minutes on the man-down unit. AS A SOPHOMORE: Won a team-high 168 face-offs on 291 attempts...played in 14 games and had 15 ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN: Won 7 of 13 face-offs...played in seven games...had five ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years of lacrosse and ice hockey at Seton Catholic...Section IV First-Team selection as a senior...three-time Section Four All-Tournament Team pick... member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Adam, a math major, is the son of Michael and Mary Kay Frys...His brother, Eamonn, is a freshman midfielder for the Hawks. Goals Assists Points Ground Balls Year GP 0 0 0 15 2003 14 0 0 0 5 2002 7 Career 21 0 0 0 20 16 HARTWICK LACROSSE 3 Noah Hollander Junior Midfielder 5-8, 165 Guilford, Conn. Hollander had a breakthrough season as a sophomore...will start on the first midfield line as a junior...could see minutes on the man-up unit. AS A SOPHOMORE: Ranked sixth on the team in scoring with 16 points on 12 goals and four assists...had 29 ground balls in 11 games. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in eight games and scored one goal on four shots...had three ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-state and a first-team allconference lacrosse player at Guilford High School...had one goal and four assists in the state championship game in which his team was runner-up...four-year member of the lacrosse team. PERSONAL: Noah, a political science major, is the son of Charles Hollander and Sally Hill. Year GP Goals Assists Points Ground Balls 2003 11 12 4 16 29 2002 8 1 0 1 3 Career 19 13 4 17 32 9 Devin Poole Junior Midfielder 6-1, 210 Geneva, N.Y. Poole will start on the first midfield line and the man-up unit. AS A SOPHOMORE: Ranked seventh on the team in scoring with 15 points on nine goals and six assists...played in all 14 games and had 17 ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN: Poole played in six games and scored two goals on three shots...had two ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL: Played on the lacrosse and hockey teams at Geneva High School...was named captain and MVP of both teams as a senior...played in the Exceptional Senior Game in hockey and lacrosse...all-league pick in both sports...all-time points leader in school history for hockey...holds the records for most points and goals in a season (hockey). PERSONAL: Devin, the son of Ralph and Carolyn Poole, is majoring in business management and economics...he is the younger brother of assistant coach Ethan Poole 02. Year GP Goals Assists Points Ground Balls 2003 14 9 6 15 17 2002 6 2 0 2 2 Career 20 11 6 17 19 17 HARTWICK LACROSSE 11 Brian Prescott Junior Attackman 5-9, 195 Duxbury, Mass. Prescott will start on the first attack line and the man-up unit...goal scorer with the hardest shot on the team. AS A SOPHOMORE: Ranked fifth on the team in scoring with 34 points on 30 goals and four assists...ranked second on the team in goals (30)...played on the man-up unit...had 24 ground balls in 14 games...scored 30 goals on 67 shots. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in five games...scored two goals on two shots...had two ground balls...scored his first collegiate goal against Utica College and tallied his second against RIT. HIGH SCHOOL: Played lacrosse and hockey at Duxbury High School...was a second-team all-star after his junior and senior seasons...member of the state champion hockey team...his lacrosse team went to the state tournament three years in a row. PERSONAL: Brian, an anthropology major, is the son of John and Deborah Prescott. Year GP Goals Assists Points Ground Balls 2003 14 30 4 34 24 2002 8 1 0 1 3 Career 22 31 4 35 27 5 Drew Rose Junior Midfielder 5-8, 170 Cheshire, Conn. Rose will compete for minutes as a short-stick defensive midfielder. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 14 games and had seven ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN: Rose played in 13 games and tallied one goal and one assist for two points...also had three ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year member of the lacrosse team at Cheshire High School...played in the semifinals of the state tournament as a sophomore...played for the Connecticut Super Juniors lacrosse team...member of the New Haven Lacrosse Club. PERSONAL: Drew, an economics and management major, is the son of Steve and Pam Rose...his twin brother, Mike, also plays on the mens lacrosse team at Hartwick. Year GP Goals Assists Points Ground Balls 2003 14 0 0 0 7 2002 13 1 1 2 3 Career 27 1 1 2 10 18 HARTWICK LACROSSE 23 Mike Rose Junior Midfielder 5-7, 170 Cheshire, Conn. Rose will begin the season on the second midfield line...could also see playing time on the man-up unit. AS A SOPHOMORE: Scored three points on one goal and two assists...played in 14 games...had one ground ball. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in seven games and registered four assists. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year member of the lacrosse team at Cheshire High School...also played for the Connecticut Super Juniors in the summer of 2000. PERSONAL: Mike, who is majoring in economics and management, is the son of Steve and Pam Rose...His twin brother, Drew, is a short-stick defensive midfielder on the mens lacrosse team at Hartwick. Goals Assists Points Ground Balls Year GP 2003 14 1 2 3 1 2002 7 0 4 4 0 Career 21 1 6 7 1 10 Travis White Junior Midfielder 5-11, 165 Baldwin, N.Y. White is an offensive threat with a hard shot...will start on the man-up unit and will begin the season on the third midfield line. AS A SOPHOMORE: Ranked 10th on the team in scoring with seven points on six goals and one assist...tallied six goals on 22 shots...played in 12 games...had five ground balls. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in three games and took one shot. HIGH SCHOOL: Played lacrosse and football at Baldwin Senior High School...was the recipient of the Unsung Hero Lacrosse Award as a senior...played in the 1999 Nassau County Football Championship Game at Hofstra Stadium...played lacrosse in the Nassau-Suffolk indoor league and the Nassau-Suffolk summer league. PERSONAL: Travis, the son of Judith White, is majoring in art and education. Year GP Goals Assists Points Ground Balls 2003 12 6 1 7 5 2002 3 0 0 0 0 Career 15 6 1 7 5 19 HARTWICK LACROSSE 21 Tom Dachille Sophomore Defenseman 6-2, 165 Garden City, N.Y. Dachille is a versatile lacrosse player who will see playing time at close defense and as a long-stick midfielder...will also see minutes on the man-down unit. AS A FRESHMAN: Played on the man-down unit...saw action in all 14 games...contributed two assists and 14 ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years on the lacrosse team at Chaminade High School...as a senior, Dachilles team won the league championship...started as a senior and scored two goals...played dmiddie as a junior...his team won the league championship in his junior year...had perfect attendance in all four years at Chaminade. PERSONAL: Tom, an economics major, is the son of Thomas and Susan Dachille. Year GP Goals Assists Points Ground Balls 2003 14 0 2 2 14 25 Mike Debrossy Sophomore Attackman 6-2, 185 Westfield, N.J. Debrossy made an immediate impact on the team as a freshman...possesses an excellent shot...can dodge, feed and score...will start on the first attack line and on the man-up unit. AS A FRESHMAN: Started in his first season...ranked fourth on the team in scoring with 40 points on 22 goals and 18 assists...played in all 14 games...ranked third on the team with 49 ground balls...played on the man-up unit...had 22 goals on 72 shots. HIGH SCHOOL: Played three years on the lacrosse team at Westfield High School...was a second-team all-state selection as a senior...was honored as the division Player of the Year as a senior...played in the North-South All-Star Game. PERSONAL: Mike, the son of Skip and Christine Debrossy, is majoring in political science. Year GP Goals Assists Points Ground Balls 2003 14 22 18 40 49 20 HARTWICK LACROSSE HARTWICK LACROSSE 39 Sean Duffey Senior Defenseman 6-1, 240 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 48 Mike Bannon Junior Goaltender 5-10, 185 Wilbraham, Mass. Duffey, a close defenseman, is entering his fourth season on the mens lacrosse team...aggressive defender with checking ability around the goal. AS A JUNIOR: Added depth as a close defenseman. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in two games. AS A FRESHMAN: Duffey gained valuable playing experience, appearing in three games for the Hawks. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year member of the lacrosse, football and wrestling teams at Wilbraham and Monson Academy. PERSONAL: Sean is an information science major at Hartwick...Paul and Kathy Jette are his guardians. Bannon returns to the team after sitting out last season...adds valuable depth in goal. AS A SOPHOMORE: Did not play. AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in five games and played 70 minutes...registered 19 saves and allowed 21 goals...had a .475 save percentage and an 18.0 goals-against average. HIGH SCHOOL: Bannon played lacrosse and football at Wilbraham and Monson Academy...was named captain of both teams as a senior...was an all-league lacrosse player as a senior...recipient of the Phil Shaw Football Award. PERSONAL: Mike, a sociology major, is the son of Mike and Anita Bannon. 36 Evan Butterfield Junior Midfielder 5-5, 135 Clifton Park, N.Y. 37 Diego Long Junior Attackman 5-7, 140 Wallingford, Conn. Butterfield will look to contribute as a midfielder. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in two games and took one shot...had two ground balls AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in three games in his first season on the team. HIGH SCHOOL: Played three seasons of lacrosse at Shenendehowa High School...recipient of the Coaches Award as a senior...played in an indoor league at the Pepsi Arena in the offseason...led the team in ground balls as a junior and senior...was a member of the Mohawk Lacrosse Club squad. PERSONAL: Evan, the son of James and Joanne Butterfield, is majoring in anthropology. Long will compete for playing time as an attackman. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in one game. AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in one game for the Hawks. HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years of lacrosse at Choate Rosemary Hall School...also ran cross country...recipient of the George Cushman Lacrosse Award. PERSONAL: Diego, a political science major, is the son of Charles and Maria Long. . 21 HARTWICK LACROSSE 2 Gavin McCutchan Junior Midfielder 6-0, 200 Rockville Centre, N.Y. 1 Dan OConnor Sophomore Defenseman 6-0, 200 Medford, Mass. McCutchan will begin the season on the third midfield line...talented short-stick midfielder who can dodge and feed. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in seven games and had three ground balls...took two shots. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in three games and had one ground ball. HIGH SCHOOL: McCutchan was an all-conference lacrosse player at South Side High School...also played three seasons of basketball...played on the Nassau-Suffolk lacrosse team. PERSONAL: Gavin, a business management major, is the son of William and Regina McCutchan. OConnor is a consistent performer and a hard checker on the defensive end. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in seven games. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year member of the lacrosse and hockey teams at Malden Catholic High School...was a two-time Catholic Conference All-Star selction...recipient of the Student-Athlete Award...played for the Eastern Massachusetts All-Star Team. PERSONAL: Dan, the son of Michael and Anne Marie OConnor, is majoring in political science. 46 Doug Viehmeyer Junior Attackman 5-10, 180 Montvale, N.J. 20 Dan Garcia Sophomore Defenseman 5-10, 210 Massapequa, N.Y. Viehmeyer will compete for minutes as an attackman. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in one game. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in two games. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a member of the football and lacrosse teams at the New York Military Academy...captained the lacrosse and football teams as a senior...was a first-team all-league selection in football as a senior...scored 87 career goals in lacrosse...scored 52 goals as a senior. PERSONAL: Doug, the son of Maureen Viehmeyer, is majoring in anthropology. Garcia is a strong defenseman with size and technique. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in one game and had one ground ball. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2002 graduate of Massapequa High School, Garcia played three years on the lacrosse team and was a member of the football team for two years...was an all-conference selection as a senior...made the New York State Scholar-Athlete Team...won two county championships with the lacrosse team...played in the exceptional senior game. PERSONAL: Dan, a math major, is the son of Hugo and Silvia Garcia. 22 HARTWICK LACROSSE 14 Pat Hanley Sophomore Defenseman 5-8, 170 Rochester, NY 43 Ben Schluter Freshman Attackman 5-10, 155 Kennett Square, Pa. Hanley will see playing time at close defense and as a long-stick midfielder..versatile defender who handles the stick well. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in five games...took two shots and had two ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year member of the lacrosse and soccer teams at Irondequoit High School...was a member of the cheerleading team as a senior...registered an assist in a 2-1 triumph in the Section Five Lacrosse Championship game....Hanley was honored as a New York State Scholar-Athlete...member of the National Honor Society...earned the National English Merit Award...played on an ODP soccer team in 1999. PERSONAL: Pat, the son of Edward and Rosemary Hanley, is a biology and chemistry major. Schluter will look for minutes as an attackman. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year member of the lacrosse team and played two seasons on the soccer team at Berkshire Prep School...was honored as a WNEPSLA first-team all-star as a senior...was named Most Improved Player (lacrosse) as a junior...recipient of the Dedication Award (lacrosse) as a senior....finished three-year varsity career with 54 goals and 35 assists...played one season on the lacrosse team at Queen Anne High School and started as an attackman. PERSONAL: Ben, who is undecided on a major, is the son of Peter and Karen Schluter, 41 Mike Rebarchik Sophomore Defenseman 6-0, 200 Horseheads, N.Y. 31 Matt Smith Sophomore Defenseman 6-0, 180 Cheshire, Conn. Rebarchik will add depth at close defense for the Hawks. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in two games. HIGH SCHOOL: Played two years on the lacrosse team at Horseheads High School...two-time Scholar-Athlete Award recipient...Boys State participant...Mark Twain Scholar-Athlete Award recipient. PERSONAL: Mike, the son of Robert and Margaret Rebarchik, is a physics major. Smith transferred to Hartwick after spending his freshman year at Dean Junior College, where he played on the mens lacrosse team as a long-stick midfielder. AS A FRESHMAN: Played at Dean Junior College in Franklin, Mass. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year member of the lacrosse team and wrestled three seasons at Cheshire High School...his high school lacrosse team won the 2002 Connecticut Division I Class A State Championship. PERSONAL: Matt, an economics major, is the son of Steve and Liz Smith. 23 HARTWICK LACROSSE 32 Jake Thornton Sophomore Midfielder 5-11, 175 Plantsville, Conn. 6 Mike Vasile Sophomore Defenseman 5-6, 155 Geneva, N.Y. Thornton will add depth in the midfield. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in one game and took two shots. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year member of the football and lacrosse teams at Cheshire Academy...captained the lacrosse team as a senior...named to the all-league team after his junior and senior seasons...scored 51 points as a senior. PERSONAL: Jake, the son of Paul and Cheryl Thornton, is a management major. Vasile is a skilled takeaway defenseman...will play primarily as a long-stick midfielder...could also see minutes at close defense. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 11 games and finished the season with 10 ground balls. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a member of the lacrosse, football and hockey teams at Geneva High School...earned first-team all-league honors in lacrosse as a senior...was named to the all-league second team as a junior...was an all-league honorable-mention selection as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Mike, a business major, is the son of James and Sandy Vasile. 22 Lee Austin Freshman Attackman 5-9, 175 Duxbury, Mass. 16 John Cornicello Freshman Midfielder 5-7, 180 Lynbrook, NY Austin will compete on the second attack line in his first season. HIGH SCHOOL: Played three years on the varsity lacrosse team at Duxbury High School...was a Pilgrim League all-star as a senior...named to the 2003 Eastern Massachusetts Division I All-Star Team...named to all-state all-star team...scored five goals for Duxbury in an 8-7 loss to Beverly High School in the state championship game...broke the school record for goals in a season with 90 as a senior...scored 220 points on 163 goals and 57 assists in three seasons...named to the Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic Team...received a scholarship to attend the Top Gun Lacrosse Camp as a sophomore. PERSONAL: The son of Dennis and Barbara Austin, Lee is a management major at Hartwick. Cornicello will look to make an impact as a midfielder. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year member of the lacrosse team at Lynbrook High School...played as a face-off specialist and on the mandown unit...was a member of two Nassau County Class B Championship teams. PERSONAL: John, a history major, is the son of John and Victoria Cornicello 24 HARTWICK LACROSSE 27 Jason Fautas Freshman Goaltender 5-10, 200 Holtsville, N.Y. 38 Kyle Foulger Freshman Defenseman 6-0, 175 Watertown, N.Y. Fautas was a two-year starter for the varsity lacrosse team at Sachem High School. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a member of the lacrosse, football and wrestling teams at Sachem High School...started in goal as a junior and senior...was a two-time all-division and a two-time all-county goaltender...captained the lacrosse team and was named MVP of the squad as a senior...played in the 2003 Suffolk County Senior All-Star Game...in three seasons on the lacrosse team, Fautas made 397 saves in 40 games...allowed only 4.7 goals per game as a junior and 4.8 goals per game as a senior...captained the football team as a senior...was a three-year starter on the offensive and defensive lines...two-time alldivision football player. PERSONAL: Jason, the son of Chris and Donna Fautas, is majoring in history. Foulger will add depth on the defensive end for the Hawks. HIGH SCHOOL: Played lacrosse, soccer and basketball at South Jefferson High School, where he captained the lacrosse team as a senior...was a two-time Frontier League All-Star, earning second-team honors as a junior and first team honors as a senior...played in the Section III Exceptional Senior All-Star Lacrosse Game...member of the National Honor Society...graduated with honors. PERSONAL: A biology major at Hartwick, Kyle is the son of Marc and Tina Foulger. 45 Eamonn Frys Freshman Midfielder 5-6, 140 Conklin, N.Y. 42 Dan Giovinazzo Freshman Midfielder 6-0, 172 Waltham, Mass. Frys will look for playing time as a midfielder. HIGH SCHOOL: A 2003 graduate of Seton Catholic Central, Frys was a four-year member of the varsity lacrosse and ice hockey teams...Played in the Section IV Senior All-Star Lacrosse Game...was an All-Section IV first-team selection as a senior and was named to the second team as a junior. PERSONAL: Eamonn, a political science major, is the son of Michael and Mary Kay Frys. His older brother, Adam, is a face-off specialist on the mens lacrosse team at Hartwick. Giovinazzo is part of a talented group of freshman midfielders in 2004. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year member of the lacrosse and wrestling teams at Waltham High School...played on the attack and midfield lines as a junior and senior...earned second-team all-league honors in lacrosse as a junior...took sixth place in the 160-pound weight class at the South Sectional Wrestling Tournament as a senior. PERSONAL: Dan, the son of Paula Giovinazzo, is an English major. 25 HARTWICK LACROSSE 30 Pat McCormack Freshman Midfielder 6-1, 180 Camillus, N.Y. 40 Brian Miller Freshman Attackman 5-8, 160 Acton, Mass. McCormack played two years as a midfielder for one of the top lacrosse programs in the country at West Genesee High School...he will compete on the second midfield line as a short-stick middie, and will start the season on the second midfield line. HIGH SCHOOL: Was an all-league honorable-mention selection as a senior...member...

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Extension of Incomplete DeadlineOffice of Advising & Registration 4th Floor, Dewar Union Hartwick College Oneonta, NY 13820 Tel: 607-431-4460; Fax: 607-431-4260 Caution: Students receiving TAP Grants may lose financial aid as a result of this reques
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Incomplete Explanation FormOffice of Advising & Registration 4th Floor, Dewar Union Hartwick College Oneonta, NY 13820 Tel: 607-431-4460; Fax: 607-431-4260Name: _ID No.:_Date: __ Major: _ Course Number and Title: _ Term and Year:_ The informat
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Application for Transcript Listing of MinorOffice of Advising & Registration 4th Floor, Dewar Union Hartwick College Oneonta, NY 13820 Tel: 607-431-4460; Fax: 607-431-4260Name: _ Class Year: __ID No.:_ Date: _ Minor Advisor: _Course # TitleT
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Petition to the Committee on Academic StandardsOffice of Advising & Registration 4th Floor, Dewar Union Hartwick College Oneonta, NY 13820 Tel: 607-431-4460; Fax: 607-431-4260Name: _ID No.:__Date: _ Campus Box: _ Campus Phone: _ Indicate what
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Overload Petition to the Committee on Academic StandardsOffice of Advising & Registration 4th Floor, Dewar Union Hartwick College Oneonta, NY 13820 Tel: 607-431-4460; Fax: 607-431-4260Name: _ID No.:__Date: _ Campus Box: _On an additional pie
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EvidEncE of LEarningApplying the Collegiate Learning Assessment to Improve Teaching and Learning in the Liberal Arts College ExperienceCopyright 2008 Council of Independent Colleges The Council of Independent Colleges is an association of more th
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E-AdvisingThe first step in e-advising is for the student to create a worksheet and add courses they plan to register for to the worksheet. This worksheet will be available to the advisor through WebAdvisor. Once the student and advisor meet and the
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TheeAdvisingTeam: JoeFicano,AssistantDirectorofAdvising DebHilts,DirectorIISS MattSanford,Registrar KathleenBentley,AssociateRegistrar GerryHunsberger,Dean,AcademicAffairsWelcomeThanksforvolunteering Advisees willbeofferedeadvisingorpaper eAdvisin
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THE LIBERAL ARTS IN PRACTICE i A CURRICULUM FOR HARTWICK COLLEGE A.WritingCompetencyRequirement ByattainingWritingLevel4intheWritingCompetencyProgram,studentswilldemonstratethe abilitytowritecompetentlyatthecollegelevel. CoursesatWritingLevel1,2,a
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AAHE ASSESSMENT FORUM 9 Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning1. The assessment of student learning begins with educational values. Assessment is not an end in itself but a vehicle for educational improvement. Its effective pract
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C h a r a c t e r i s t i c s ofEXCELLENCEin H i g h e r E d u c a t i o neligibility requirements and standards for accreditationMiddle States Commission on Higher EducationCharacteristics ofEXCELLENCEin Higher EducationEligibility Requ
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HARTWICK COLLEGE COLLEGE-WIDE ASSESSMENT PLANENDORSED BY: STUDENT SENATE (MARCH 7, 2006) DEPARTMENT CHAIRS (MAY 17, 2006) & REVIEWED BY STAFF COUNCIL (APRIL 2006)SECTION I: INTRODUCTION..2 SECTION II: INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT.2 PHILOSOPHY & CULTUR
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GeneralEducationatHartwickCollege: i MissionValuesLinkedtoCurricularLearningOutcomes10/26/07Mission ValueMV1:Recognizeprofoundculturaland naturaldiversityandinterconnectedness, andthusseektobuildadeeper understandingofsimilaritiesand differenc
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The Hartwick College Curricular Mission:i Our Commitment to the Liberal Arts in PracticeThe central focus of the liberal arts tradition has always been on preparing individuals to face the responsibility of freedom. Indeed, the Latin artes liberales
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HARTWICK COLLEGEJUST ASC! NEWSLETTERVOLUME 1, ISSUE 2 JANUARY 12. 2008GETTING ORGANIZEDOur institutional assessment effort, the College-wide Assessment Committee (CWAC), the Committee on Assessment of General Education (CAGE) and the work of th
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Course Schedule Block FormMonday8:00 AM 8:05 AM 8:10 AM 8:15 AM 8:20 AM 8:25 AM 8:30 AM 8:35 AM 8:40 AM 8:45 AM 8:50 AM 8:55 AM 9:00 AM 9:05 AM 9:10 AM 9:15 AM 9:20 AM 9:25 AM 9:30 AM 9:35 AM 9:40 AM 9:45 AM 9:50 AM 9:55 AM 10:00 AM 10:05 AM 10:10
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Committee on the Assessment of General Education (CAGE) December 1, 2008 from 5:35-6:30 Clark 155 Present Assessment Support Coordinator Lori-Collins-Hall Physical and Life Sciences: Andy Piefer and Penny Boyer Humanities: Ken Golden and Kath Kreishe
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Committee on the Assessment of General Education (CAGE) Minutes from October 13, 2008 Meeting (5:05-6:25pm) Minutes Prepared by: Lori Collins-Hall In attendance: Lori Collins-Hall, Laurel Elder, Kim Noling, Penny Boyer, Andy Piefer, Chris Potter, Kat
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Committee on the Assessment of General Education (CAGE) Monday October 6, 2008 from 5:05-6:25 Clark 155PresentAssessment Support Coordinator Lori-Collins-Hall Physical and Life Sciences: Andy Piefer and Penny Boyer Humanities: Ken Golden and Kath
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Committee on the Assessment of General Education (CAGE) Minutes from September 15, 2008 Meeting (5:05-6:25pm) Minutes Prepared by: Laurel Elder In attendance: Lori Collins-Hall, Laurel Elder, Kim Noling, Penny Boyer, Andy Piefer, Chris Potter, Katrin
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Cage Meeting - August 25, 2008 In attendance: Chris Potter, Lori Collins-Hall, Ken Golden, Katrina Zalatan, Andy Piefer, Penny Boyer, Laurel Elder, Kim Noling 1. Wide ranging discussion concerning the purpose and mission of CAGE - CAGE has been charg
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CAGE Committee Meeting Tuesday June 24, 2008. Time: 12-3:10pm Notes submitted by: Laurel Elder Present: Chris Potter; Katrina Zalatan; Lori Collins-Hall; Penny Boyer; Andy Pfeifer; Laurel Elder; Ken Golden 1. Information Literacy Course Proposal Disc
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HARTWICK COLLEGE COLLEGE WIDE ASSESSMENT COMMITTEEAlthough originally established with the charge to develop a College-wide assessment plan, Hartwicks College-Wide Assessment Committees (CWACs) purpose is to foster a College culture of assessment,
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HARTWICK COLLEGE COLLEGE WIDE ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE1 Hartwicks College-Wide Assessment Committees (CWACs) purpose is to foster a college culture of assessment, in ways that recognize the diversity of programs, disciplines, co-curricular activities, se
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RattlingtheCAGE:ALetterfromtheChair GreetingsandwelcometothewebpageforHartwicksCommitteeontheAssessmentofGeneral Education(CAGE).AschairofthisnewlyestablishedcommitteeatHartwickCollege,Iwillbe writingmonthlylettersfocusingontheworkofthecommitteeaswel
Hartwick - SYL - 333
MATH 333-13 Advanced Multivariable Calculus January 2009TEXT:scheimc@hartwick.edu http:/users.hartwick.edu/scheimc/page-home.htmlDr. Charles Scheim Miller 235 x4736Multivariable Calculus: Concepts and Contexts, James Stewart, 3rd edition, 2005
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Science Teaching 506 Dinosaurs and Their World Two Credit Hours Prerequisites: ST 523-Survey of Biology, ST 525-Survey of Geology Instructor: Dr. Donald L. Wolberg E-mail: aragonite@msn.com Office phone: (505) 710-3050 Course Designation: This is an
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Science Teaching 542 Timescapes: The Greatest Hits of All Time Two Credit Hours Prerequisites: ST 525-Survey of Geology Instructor: Dr. Donald L. Wolberg and Dr. Stephen Hook E-mail: aragonite@msn.com Office phone: (505) 710-3050 Course Designation:
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Science Teaching 547D Field Methods in Geology Two Credit Hours ST-525 Survey of Geology, ST - 550 Instructor: Dr. William X. Chvez, Jr. E-mail: wxchavez@nmt.edu Office phone: (505) 835-5317 Course Designation: Field aspects of geology, especially t
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Science for Teachers 550 Mathematics for Teachers Two Credit Hours No Prerequisites Instructor: Wm. D. Stone E-mail: wdstone@nmt.edu Office phone: (505) 835-5786 Course Designation: This is a required course. All students in New Mexico Tech's MST Pro
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Science for Teachers 552 Calculus on a Computer Two Credit Hours Prerequisites ST 550-Mathematics for Teachers Instructor: Wm. D. Stone E-mail: wdstone@nmt.edu Office phone: (505) 835-5786 Course Designation: Mathematics Course Description: Students
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Syllabus Science for Teachers 564 Great Concepts in PhysicsTwo Credit Hours Prerequisites: ST 526-Survey of Physics, And ST 550-Math for Teachers, Or passing scores on their placement tests, Or consent of instructor Instructor: Dr. David Westpfahl E
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Science Teaching 589 VERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY: INTRODUCTION TO THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF ANIMALS WITH BACKBONESTwo Credit Hours Prerequisites: ST 523-Survey of Biology and ST 525-Survey of GeologyInstructor: Dr. Donald L. Wolberg E-mail: aragoni
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MST 524Survey of ChemistryInstructor: e-mail: Office Hours: Office Phone: Dept. Phone: Dr. Jeff Altig jaltig@nmt.edu By Appointment 505-835-6987 505-835-5263Course DescriptionThis is a required course. All students in New Mexico Techs MST Progr
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Science Teaching 561Weather and Climate One Credit Hour Prerequisites: Survey of Chemistry, Mathematics for Teachers Instructor: Dr. Kenneth Minschwaner E-mail: krm@nmt.edu Office phone: (505) 835-5226 Course Designation: This is an elective course
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Science Teaching - Introduction to Biochemistry 2 Credit Hours No Prerequisites Instructor: Dr. Wim Steelant E-mail: steelant@nmt.edu Office hours: By arrangement Office phone: (505) 835-6778 Course Designation: This is an elective course that is off
NMT - INFOHOST - 2008
The 2008 Macey Scholars ProgramNEW MEXICO TECHDeadline is October 15, 2008See Mary Edwards in Student and University Relations (Brown 216) for application formsThose selected as Macey Scholars will receive an award of $5,000. Three awards will
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William B. and Jean M. Macey Scholars Program of New Mexico Tech Application Form The deadline for returning application is 5pm on Wednesday, October 15, 2008. Return the completed form to Mary Edwards in Student and University Relations (Brown 216).
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AMERICAN COUNCIL OF ENGINEERING COMPANIES OF NEW MEXICO- $750The ACEC/NM scholarship was established to provide education assistance to students interested in the business and management of an engineering practice.Criteria and selection: - The ap
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NEW MEXICO ENGINEERING FOUNDATION SPRING 2008 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION (NMIMT)DEADLINE: March 7, 2008 RETURN TO: NMEF, P.O. Box 3828 Albuquerque, NM 87190-3828Date: / /PERSONAL INFORMATIONName: Last Current Address: Street Permanent Address: Stre
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NEW MEXICO ENGINEERING FOUNDATION SPRING 2008 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION (NMIMT)DEADLINE: March 7, 2008 RETURN TO: NMEF, P.O. Box 3828 Albuquerque, NM 87190-3828Date: / /PERSONAL INFORMATIONName: Last Current Address: Street Permanent Address: Stre
NMT - INFOHOST - 2008
Dallas /Fort Worth Section of American Association of Drilling Engineers Undergraduate Scholarship Application 2008-2009 (Please TYPE all answers in the grey portion) Name (last, first, middle) College address city, state, zip Home phone Cell/Alterna
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Dallas /Fort Worth Section of American Association of Drilling Engineers Undergraduate Scholarship Application 2008-2009(Please TYPE all answers in the grey portion) Name (last, first, middle) College address city, state, zip Home phone Cell/Altern
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Society of Petroleum Engineers, Inc. Denver SectionUndergraduate Scholarship Application 2008 - 2009Please type: Name_ (Last) (First) (Middle) Home Address __ _ City, State, Zip _ _ Home phone _ Business phone _ Date of Birth _ Student SPE Member
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Society of Petroleum Engineers, Inc. Denver SectionUndergraduate Scholarship Application 2008 - 2009Please type: Name_ (Last) (First) (Middle) Home Address __ City, State, Zip _ Home phone _ Business phone _ Date of Birth _ Student SPE Member : Ye
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Generation of Internal Tides by an Oscillating Oceanic Flow Over Three-Dimensional Bottom BoundaryRanis Ibragimov Department of Mathematics NMTAbstractInternal waves in the atmosphere and the ocean can be generated by myriad processes, almost wh
NMT - HW - 2
Math 430, Fall 2008. Homework 2 Due Sept. 15NAME _Problem 1Consider the server problem from the Class. A brief recap: We set up an average ofnservers, each costsa = 25dollars per hour.Each server can handle 1,000 customers per hour, an
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Math 430, Fall 2008. Homework 2 Due Sept. 15NAME _Problem 1Consider the server problem from the Class. A brief recap: We set up an average ofnservers, each costsa = 25dollars per hour.Each server can handle 1,000 customers per hour, an
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Math 430, Fall 2008. Homework 4 Due Sept. 29NAME _Problem 1Problem 3.15 (p. 104)Problem 2Problem 3.23 (p. 108)Problem 3Using data from the Problem 8.12 (however outdated, p. 292), t the linear regression equation using the minimum mean abs
NMT - SYLL - 483
Math 483: Mathematical Statistics Fall 2008Instructor: Oce Hours:Dr. Oleg Makhnin W, F 2-3 pmOce: Web site:Weir 223Phone: 835-5110E-mail: olegm@nmt.eduM, W, F 11-12 amThu 1-3 pm or by appointmentwww.nmt.edu/~olegm/483/Catalog desc
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MATH 132, Calculus IIFall 2008 Text: Instructor: My Oce Location: Oce Hours: Phone: E-mail: Web Page: Calculus (Early Transcendentals). 5th edition, Stewart Oleg Makhnin Weir 223 MWF 11-11:50, WF 2-3, R 1-3 835-5110 olegm@nmt.edu http:/www.nmt.edu/~
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Math 132, Fall 2008. Homework 18 Due October 22NAME _Determine if the series is convergent or divergent.1.n=2 2.n+4 n+ n1 5 + cos n 2n n 2 7n + 3 5n ln n n25.n=1 6.n2 n! (n + 1)n+1 nn=1 3.n=2 7.n=2 4.n=1 8.(1)n 2
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Math 132, Fall 2008. Homework 20 Due October 29NAME _State whether the series is absolutely convergent, conditionally convergent, or divergent.1.(1)n=1 n+1n n ln n 56.2.tann=2 3.n=1 4.n+5 2n 3 n+5 1 + n3 n2 + 1 n! (n
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Math 132, Fall 2008. Homework 21 Due October 31NAME _For 1-8, nd the radius of convergence and the interval of convergence for the series.1.n=1 xnn+15.n=1 (x + 10)n (n/2)n n2 xn n! nn xn n! (x a)n , n bn b<02.n=1 x n2n
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Math 132, Fall 2008. Homework 22 Due November 3NAME _Show your work!For 1-5, nd the power series representation for f (x) and nd the interval of convergence for the series.1 1 + x3 1 2. f (x) = 4 x2 3. f (x) = arctan 3x21. f (x) =4. f (x)
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Math 132, Fall 2008. Homework 24 Due November 12NAME _Show your work!1-7: Sketch the curve and eliminate the parameter to nd a Cartesian equation. Draw arrows to indicate the direction of movement along the curve. 1. x = t 1, 2. x = cos t, 3.
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Math 132, Fall 2008. Homework 26 Due November 17NAME _Show your work!1. Transform the points from polar to Cartesian coordinates. Plot them all on the same graph. (a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (b) (c) (d)r r r r = 2, = 1, = 0, = 1, = /4 = 5/6 = 15/8
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Math 132, Fall 2008. Homework 31 (Review) Due December 3NAME _Show your work!1.(a) Find the axis lengths (a and ellipseb)and location of the center of the2x2 2x + y 2 + y = 1(b) Find the slope of the tangent line to the ellipse through