HOLY CROSS QUICK FACTS COACHING STAFF MISSION STATMENT Location: ...... Worcester, MA 01610 Head Coach:. . Barry Parenteau (Bridgewater State, ’74) COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS Founded: ...... 1843 Overall Record: ...... 201-304-1 Enrollment: ...... 2,862 Record at Holy Cross (Men’s): ...... 40-117 / 16 years DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS Color: ...... Royal Purple Record at Holy Cross (Women’s): . 166-198-1 / 37 years The Mission of the Athletic Department of the College Nickname: ...... Crusaders Coach: ...... Wil Aybar (Clark, ’99) of the Holy Cross is to promote the intellectual, physical, Affi liations: ...... NCAA Division I, Patriot League Assistant Coach:...... Ian Hennessey (Holy Cross, ’03) and moral development of students. Through Division I President: ...... Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J. Men’s Offi ce Phone: ...... (508) 793-3430 athletic participation, our young men and women student- Director of Admissions: ...... Ann McDermott E-Mail Address: ...... [email protected] athletes learn a self-discipline that has both present and Offi ce Phone: ...... (508) 793-2443 Mailing Address: ...... Barry Parenteau long-term effects; the interplay of individual and team effort; Director of Financial Aid: ...... Lynne M. Myers Head Men’s Swimming & Diving Coach pride and self esteem in both victory and defeat; a skillful Offi ce Phone: ...... (508) 793-2265 College of the Holy Cross management of time; personal endurance and courage; and Director of Athletics: ...... Richard M. Regan, Jr. One College Street the complex relationships between friendship, leadership, Associate Director of Athletics:...... Bill Bellerose Worcester, MA 01610 and service. Our athletics program, in the words of the Associate Director of Athletics:...... Ann Zelesky College Mission Statement, calls for “a community marked Associate Director of Athletics:...... Rose Shea by freedom, mutual respect, and civility.” TEAM INFORMATION Besides teaching these virtues, a few played at Assistant Director of Athletics: . . . . . Frank Mastrandrea 2011-2012 Overall Record: ...... 2-5 Head Athletic Trainer: ...... Anthony Cerundolo Holy Cross have the added value of focusing alumni and Letterwinners Returning / Lost:...... 22 / 2 student support and enhancing our reputation locally and Manager of Events & Promotions: . . . . . Jessica Liebner Newcomers: ...... 11 Fundraising Coordinator:...... Jennifer Whipple nationally. While Holy Cross continues to commit itself to Web Site: ...... www.GoHolyCross.com accomplishment in these sports, which are a rich part of our CREDITS tradition, we choose to do so in a way that complements the The 2012-2013 Holy Cross men’s swimming and div- pursuit of academic excellence. ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF ing yearbook is published by the College of the Holy Cross Holy Cross is committed to the guiding principles of Director: ...... Charles Bare Department of Athletics, all rights reserved. Copyright 2012. the Patriot League, of which we are a founding member: Assistant Director: ...... Jim Wrobel Writing, layout, design and editing by Jamie Reynolds. presidential control of athletics; the cultivation of the ideal Assistant Director: ...... Jim Sarkisian Editorial assistance by Jim Wrobel. Special thanks to Jim scholar-athlete; and participation in a wide variety of sports. Assistant/Video Coordinator ...... Jamie Reynolds Sarkisian, Kristen Kearnan, Jim Wrobel, Charles Bare, Commitment to the last principle assures that the College Secretary: ...... Kristen Kearnan Jennifer Whipple, Jessica Liebner, Frank Mastrandrea, sponsors, in a very evident way, gender equity. and Rose Shea. Photography by Peter Cooke, Holy Cross The department of athletics is also committed to com- Athletic Media Relations and Holy Cross Public Affairs. pliance with all College policies and regulations involved in Division I membership in the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Eastern College Athletic Conference. As a member of the NCAA, Holy Cross also advocates student-athlete welfare, diversity, gender equity, sportsman- ship, and ethical conduct in its athletic programs. 3 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING REECRUITINGCRUITING INNFORMATIONFORMATION

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2012-2013 HOLY CROSS 2012-2013 HOLY CROSS MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING SCHEDULE MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING ROSTER DATE OPPONENT ...... TIME NAME EVENTS YR. HOMETOWN / HIGH SCHOOL Oct. 13 FAIRFIELD ...... 1:00 p.m. Matthew Bates Free Fr. South Easton, Mass. / Oliver Ames Oct. 19 New England Catholic Invitational Michael Brower Fly So. Falling Waters, W.Va. / St. Maria Goretti (at Chestnut Hill, Mass.) ...... 6:00 p.m. Ben Chelmow Free Jr. Newton, Mass. / Newton South Oct. 20 New England Catholic Invitational Zachary Cietek Fly Jr. Guilderland, N.Y. / Christian Brothers Academy (at Chestnut Hill, Mass.) ...... 10:00 a.m. / 3:00 p.m. Brendan Collins Breast Fr. Burlingame, Calif. / St. Ignatius College Prep Oct. 27 at Springfi eld ...... 1:00 p.m. Patrick Gearan Diving Fr. Duxbury, Mass. / Duxbury Nov. 16 Terrier Invitational Patrick Gibbons Free/Fly Jr. Reston, Va. / Paul VI Catholic (at Boston, Mass.) ...... 10:00 a.m. Brendan Higgins Diving So. Summit, N.J. / St. Peter’s Prep Nov. 17 Terrier Invitational Thomas Horigan Free/Back So. West Hartford, Conn. / Hall (at Boston, Mass.) ...... 10:00 a.m. Christopher Keating Diving Fr. Chatham, N.J. / Chatham Nov. 18 Terrier Invitational Walker Lahr Free/Breast So. Monticello, Minn. / Monticello Senior (at Boston, Mass.) ...... 10:00 a.m. Tim Liddy Breast/IM Jr. Garden City, N.Y, / Chaminade Nov. 30 Harold Anderson Invitational Brian Lyons Free Sr. Greenwich, Conn. / Fordham Prep (at Kingston, R.I.) ...... 5:00 p.m. Kevin MacNeill Back Fr. Newington, Conn. / Newington Dec. 1 Harold Anderson Invitational Alec McCabe Fly/Free So. Agoura Hills, Calif. / Agoura (at Kingston, R.I.) ...... 10:00 a.m. / 3:00 p.m. Jake McLaughlin Fly/IM So. Erie, Pa. / Cathedral Prep Jan. 18 at Worcester City Championship David Mullany Free Fr. Monroe, Conn. / Fairfi eld Prep (at WPI)...... 6:00 p.m. Michael Noone Fly/IM So. Stamford, Conn. / Fairfi eld Prep Jan. 19 at Worcester City Championship Kevin O’Connor Free/IM Jr. Ridgewood, N.J. / Bergen Catholic (at WPI)...... 10:00 a.m. / 4:00 p.m. Andrew Olivieri Free So. Newark, Del. / Sanford Jan. 26 at Providence ...... 1:00 p.m. Richard Pellegrini Diving Sr. Rockville Centre, N.Y / South Side Feb. 2 BRYANT ...... 1:00 p.m. Brian Power Breast Sr. Southport, Conn. / Fairfi eld Prep Feb. 21 Patriot League Championship Anthony Russo Free/Fly Jr. Stratford, Conn. / Stratford (at Lewisburg, Pa.) ...... 10:30 a.m. / 6:00 p.m. Alexander Sneirson Free/Back Fr. Swampscott, Mass. / St. John’s Prep Feb. 22 Patriot League Championship Ned Supple Free Sr. Needham, Mass. / St. Sebastian’s (at Lewisburg, Pa.) ...... 10:30 a.m. / 6:00 p.m. Jack Swain Breast/Fly So. West Hartford, Conn. / Hall Feb. 23 Patriot League Championship Joe Terranova Free/Breast Fr. Melrose, Mass. / Malden Catholic (at Lewisburg, Pa.) ...... 10:30 a.m. / 6:00 p.m. Max Trojano Free Fr. Lakeville, Mass. / Apponequet Regional John Vatalaro Free Sr. Strongsville, Ohio / St. Ignatius Home meets, listed in BOLD CAPS, held at the Hart Center Nick Videtti Diving Jr. Woodcliff Lake, N.J. / Don Bosco Prep Tyler Wright Free/IM Fr. Waterboro, Maine / Massabesic Jan Yburan Free/Back So. Livingston, N.J. / Seton Hall Prep

Head Coach: Barry Parenteau (38th Season / Bridgewater State, 1974) Diving Coach: Wil Aybar (10th Season / Clark, 1999) Assistant Coach: Ian Hennessey (Seveth Season / Holy Cross, 2003) 5 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING COOACHINGACHING STTAFFAFF

BARRY PARENTEAU HEAD COACH 38TH SEASON BRIDGEWATER STATE, ’74 Barry Parenteau enters his 38th season in 2012-2013 as coach of the Holy Cross swimming and diving programs. Paren- In 2010, Parenteau led the women’s team to six record-breaking performances at teau has coached the Holy Cross women’s swimming and diving the Patriot League Championship, including Alisha Carrazza in the 200 IM, O’Shea in the team since its inception in 1975 and took over the head coaching 200 butterfl y and four relays. Three student-athletes received Patriot League weekly honors responsibilities for the men’s team in 1996 following the retirement of his father, Paul, who under Parenteau and the women’s team won 15 events at the Worcester City Championship guided the Crusader men for more than 30 years. Parenteau assumed a full-time role at Holy to bring home it’s ninth title. Twenty-three student-athletes from the men’s and women’s Cross in 1983 when he was named Aquatics Director of the swimming and diving facility teams were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. at the Hart Recreation Center. In 2009, Parenteau had 26 student-athletes named to the Patriot League Academic Parenteau has had hundreds of student-athletes named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, three student-athletes received Patriot League weekly honors and three student- Honor Roll and his teams have repeatedly received Division I Academic Progress Rate public athletes competed at the ECAC Championship. The women’s team claimed its eighth title recognition awards from the NCAA. Parenteau has had two student-athletes named Patriot at the Worcester City Championship. Maggie Gousman reset her own school record in the League Swimmer of the Meet (Jill Addessa, 1992 & Coleen Lynch, 1995) and one named 100 breaststroke and Adam DeVito broke school records on the one meter and three meter Diver of the Meet (Kim Rinaldi, 2001 & 2002), two student-athletes named Patriot League diving boards. Scholar Athlete of the Year and two student-athletes named to the Patriot League All-Decade The highly respected Parenteau was honored as Coach of the Year in the Metro At- team. lantic Athletic Conference after the 1984-1985, 1987-1988 and 1989-1990 campaigns. In Both the men’s and women’s teams won the 2012 Worcecester City Championship. 1986-87, the women’s team had its fi nest season ever, fi nishing with a 9-1 dual meet slate The women have won the title in all 11 years of the meet. At the 2012 Patriot League Cham- and a sixth place fi nish at the New England Championship. Parenteau has had three student- pionship, Brian Power set the record in the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 58.42 on athletes receive the Honorable John P. Cooney Memorial Award and one named Crusader the second day of competition. On the same day, the 200-yard medley relay team consisting of the Year. Callie Taffe, the former school record holder in the 50 yard breaststroke, earned of Jan Yburan, Power, Michael Brower and John Vatalaro set a new school record fi nishing AIAW All-America honors in 1981. Taffe, Marie Kenny, Mary McNaughton, Colleen Lynch with a time of 1:38.83. On the fi nal day of action, Brian Lyons swam into the record books and Jill Addesa have all been inducted into the Holy Cross Varsity Club Hall of Fame. in the 1,650-yard freestyle with a time of 16:42.43. The women’s team placed 18 members Parenteau began swimming competitively for the YMCA in Worcester as a youth. on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, while the men’s team had 12 selections. After graduating from St. John’s High School in Shrewsbury, Mass., he continued his com- At the 2011 Patriot League Championship, Holy Cross saw six individual school petitive swimming career at Bridgewater State College where he held school records in the records and two relay records fall. Brian Power set a new school record in the 100 and 200 50, 100 and 200 freestyle events. breaststroke and the men’s 200 medley relay team fi nished with a new school record. Gael Parenteau has his American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA) Level III cer- Carter led the women’s team with three school record performances, while Kristen Desro- tifi cation, in addition to being certifi ed in lifeguard training and water safety, and standard siers set a new school record in the 200 IM and was a member of the record-breaking 800 fi rst aid and adult CPR. He is a 37-year volunteer with the American Red Cross and is a free relay team. Sixteen women and 11 men were named to the Patriot League Academic nationally certifi ed pool and spa director. Parenteau is also a member of the Central Mas- Honor Roll and Annie O’Shea earned Patriot League Swimmer of the Week honors. The sachusetts Conference of Football Offi cials, refereeing both high school and college football women’s team successfully defended its title at the Worcester City Championship, winning games. A popular and long-time member of the College’s Athletic Association, Parenteau the two-day event for the 10th consecutive year and Desrosiers was named Swimmer of the makes his home in nearby Millbury with his wife Dale and their three daughters, Laine, Meet after breaking three meet records. Kaley and Malen. 6 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING COOACHINGACHING STTAFFAFF

Aybar has had four student-athletes named Patriot fi cer in Charge of the Missile Maintenance Team Section WIL League Diver of the Week and multiple divers earn Worces- in 2003. After showing impressive leadership skills, Hen- ter City Championship Diver of the Meet honors. nessey moved up to 1st Lieutenant and was named Offi cer AYBAR A 1999 graduate of Clark University, Aybar was a four- in Charge of the Vehicle Support Section in 2004 and then year member of the swimming and diving team. He received progressed onto be Offi cer in Charge of the Missile Han- IVING OACH D C the Most Improved Diver award in 1996 and holds the record dling Section in 2005. 10TH SEASON for the one meter and three meter springboards. He also Hennessey currently works as a middle-school science CLARK, 1999 served as the head diving coach for Clark University and teacher at Oxford Middle School in Oxford, Mass., and Wil Aybar enters his 10th WPI from 2000 to 2003. He has been the head diving coach serves as a Captain in the Air Force Reserve. He and his season in 2012-2013 as the head for the Nashawtuc Country Club team from the summer of wife, Beth Jenusaitis-Hennessey ‘04, reside in Marlborough men’s and women’s diving coach 2000 to the present. He is currently instructing area high with their daughter Julia. at Holy Cross. school divers at the Central Massachusetts Diving Club. In 2008, Aybar coached Adam DeVito to new school Aybar is currently a Spanish teacher in the Worcester records on the three meter and one meter diving boards. Public School System at Doherty Memorial High School. Devito narrowly missed qualifying for the NCAA Zone He makes his home in Webster with his wife Marisol and Diving Championship and took fi fth on the three meter their son Wil, Jr. board at the Patriot League Championship. IAN HENNESSEY ASSISTANT COACH SEVENTH SEASON HOLY CROSS, 2003 Ian Hennessey is entering his seventh season in 2012-2013 as the assistant swimming coach for Holy Cross. He is responsible for much of the strength and conditioning program as well as on-deck coaching. A 2003 graduate of Holy Cross, Hennessey finds himself in the Holy Cross record books for a variety of relays. Along with former teammates Steve Finnochi, Mike Emmons and Scott Rimm, Hennessey helped set school records in the 400 medley relay, and the 200, 400 and 800 free relays. After graduating from Holy Cross, Hennessey went into the Air Education Training Command for the United States Air Force. After completing the training with a rank of 2nd Lieutenant, Hennessey was named Assistant Of- 7 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

BRIAN LYONS SR. • FREE • CAPTAIN GREENWICH, CONN. FORDHAM PREP SCHOOL 2011-2012: Competed in seven different individual events in- cluding the 50, 100, 200, 400, 500, 1,000 and 1,650 freestyles… also a member of the 200, 400 and 800 freestyle and 200 and 400 medley relay teams…posted season-best times in the 50 free (23.67) versus Bryant, in the 100 free (50.65) at the Terrier Invitational and in the 200 free (1:48.25), 500 free (4:51.58) and 1,650 free (16:42.43) at the Patriot League Championship (2/16)… set a new school record with his time in the 1.650 freestyle at the Patriot League Championship…named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2010-2011: Placed 14th in the 1,650 with a time of 16:53.52 at the Patriot League Championship...fi nished fi rst in the 400 yard free relay (3:32.41) against Fairfi eld... fi nished fi rst at the Worcester City Championship in the 1650 yard freestyle (17:50.33) and the 500 yard freestyle (5:03.50)...fi nished fi rst in the 200 yard freestyle relay

(1:35.19) against Springfi eld. state champions in 2007, 2008 and 2009...one-year mem- LYONS’ TOP TIMES ber of the varsity hockey team...two-year member of the Event (yards) Time Date 2009-2010: Swam season-best times in the 50 free (23.69), varsity team...member of the Badger Swim Club... 50 Free 22.39 2/17/2011 100 free (50.34), 200 free (1:48.86), and 500 free (4:52.70) named to the Principal’s Honor Roll in 2007 and 2008... 100 Free 49.07 2/19/2011 at the Patriot League Championship...swam a team-best member of the National Honor Society. 200 Free 1:47.61 2/18/2011 time in the 1,000 free (10:35.86) at Springfi eld. 500 Free 4:51.58 2/16/2012 Personal: Son of Robert and Brenda Lyons...has one 1000 Free 10:06.95 (split) 2/18/2012 Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the Fordham brother, Sean, and one sister, Deirdre...majoring in Psy- 1650 Free 16:42.43 2/18/2012 Preparatory varsity swim team...recieved Coach’s award in chology with a pre-med concentration. 2007 and 2009...team went undefeated in 2008 and 2009... 8 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

BRIAN POWER SR. • BREAST • CAPTAIN SOUTHPORT, CONN. FAIRFIELD PREP SCHOOL 2011-2012: Finished 16th over- all in the 100 breast at the Patriot League Championship, setting a school record in the preliminary qualifi er with a time of 58.42… helped set a new school record as the second leg of the 200 medley relay team with a time of 1:38.83 at the Patriot League Champi- onship…recorded a season best time of 2:07.65 in the 200 breast also at the Patriot League Championship, fi nishing 12th overall…fi nished fi rst in the 400 IM at the Worcester City Championship with a time of 4:27.88 and in the 200 breast with a time of 2:15.94…recorded fi rst place fi nishes in the 100 breast and 200 breast versus Providence and a fi rst place fi nish in the 100 breast versus Bryant…..named Holy Cross’ Most Valuable Swimmer for the third season in a row…member of the Holy Cross Leadership Acade- my…named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2010-2011: Finished 10th overall with a school record time of 58.47 in the 100 breast at the Patriot League Championship...set a new school record in the 200 breast in the preliminaries of the PLC with a time of 2:07.34 and then placed 15th in the fi nals...member of the school re- at the PLC...set a new meet-record in the 100 breast at the Before Holy Cross: Three-year member of the varsity cord-breaking 200 medley relay team that set the record Worcester City Championship with a time of 1:02.26... swimming and diving team at Fairfi eld College Prepara- named Holy Cross’ Most Valuable Swimmer. tory...team captain senior year...recieved Coach’s award senior year...named a Connecticut Post All-Star...also a POWER’S TOP TIMES 2009-2010: Swam season-best times at the Patriot League two-time YMCA Nationals qualifi er...member of National Honor Society and Cardinal Key Club. Event (yards) Time Date Championship in the 100 breast (1:00.42), 200 breast 100 Breast 58.42 2/17/2012 (2:14.10) and 200 IM (2:02.88)...second on the team with Personal: Son of Jay and LeeAnne Power...has one brother 200 Breast 2:07.34 2/19/2011 a season-best time of 4:39.85 in the 400 IM at the Worces- (Jamie) and one sister (Caroline)...majoring in Chemistry. 200 IM 1:58.44 2/16/2012 ter City Championship...named Most Valuable Swimmer... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 9 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

athlete for three years at St. Sebastian’s, as well as the NED SUPPLE Alumni Medal at graduation. SR. • FREE • CAPTAIN Personal: Son of Bill and Mary Supple…his father (Class EEDHAM ASS N , M . of 1981) and his mother (Class of 1982) graduated from ST. SEBASTIAN’S SCHOOL Holy Cross…has two brothers (Jack and Will), and one sister (Maddy)…self-designed International Studies major 2011-2012: Competed in fi ve dif- focusing on the Middle East. ferent individual events including the 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000 freestyles…also a member of the 400 freestyle relay team…posted season-best times in the 200 (1:54.60) at the Terrier Invita- tional and in the 50 (23.29) and 100 (50.46) at the Patriot League Championship.

2010-2011: Recorded personal- best times in the 50 free (23.21), 100 free (50.82) and 200 free (1:51.02) all at the Patriot League Championship... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2009-2010: Swam season-best times in the 50 free (23:49), 100 free (52.69) and 200 free (1:55.07) at the Patriot League Championship...also a swam a personal-best at the Worces- ter City Championship in the 500 free (5:35:22).

Before Holy Cross: Founding member of St. Sebastian’s School Swim Team, captain both junior and senior year and team record holder in several relay events…also captain of the varsity sailing team junior and senior year, as well as a four-year member of the varsity cross country team…re- ceived the Vincent T. Murphy award as a three- varsity

SUPPLE’S TOP TIMES Event (yards) Time Date 50 Free 23.21 2/17/2011 100 Free 50.46 2/18/2012 200 Free 1:51.02 2/18/2011 1100 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

relay team, setting a school record time of 1:39.15 at the RICHARD PELLEGRINI Patriot League Championship...posted personal-best times SR. • DIVING in the 100 free (50.50) and the 200 free (1:56.77) at the PLC...tallied a season-best time in the 50 free (22.94) at OCKVILLE ENTRE R C , N.Y. the PLC...fi nished fi rst in the 400 yard free relay (3:32.41) SOUTH SIDE H.S. against Fairfi eld...placed fi rst in the 200 yard freestyle relay (1:35.19) against Springfi eld...named to the Patriot League 2011-2012: Posted a season-best Academic Honor Roll. score of 102.43 in the one-meter dive versus Fairfi eld and career- 2009-2010: Swam a personal-best time in the 50 free best score of 130.13 in the three- (22.83) at the Patriot League Championship, while he meter dive versus Lehigh. posted season-best times in the 100 free (50.89) and 200 free (1:58.85) at the PLC...named to the Patriot League 2010-2011: Posted a season-best Academic Honor Roll. score of 123.90 in the three meter diving competition at the Worces- Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity swim ter City Championship. team at Saint Ignatius H.S...team captain senior year... named Most Improved sophomore season...recieved the 2009-2010: Did not compete. John B. Lewis award senior year...two-year member of the varsity team...recieved All-Cuyahoga River Before Holy Cross: Member of the soccer, lacrosse and baseball conference honorable mention in 2008...team was track and fi eld teams at South Side H.S...member of Na- JOHN VATALARO 2008 Division I state runner-up and 2009 Division I state tional Honor Society...was an International Baccalaureate SR. • FREE semifi nalist...member of National Honor Society...graduated Diploma Student. STRONGSVILLE, OHIO with High Honors. Personal: Son of Richard and Kathryn Pellegrini...has ST. IGNATIUS H.S. Personal: Son of Peter and Doreen Vatalaro...has one sister three brothers (Andrew, Thomas and Peter) and one sister (Michelle)...majoring in History. (Juliana)...majoring in Psychology. 2011-2012: Competed in four different events including the PELLEGRINI’S TOP SCORES 50, 100 and 200 freestyles and 100 butterfly…also a member Event Score Date of the 200 and 400 freestyle and One Meter 120.68 10/30/2010 200 medley relay teams…posted Three Meter 130.13 10/9/2011 season-best times at the Patriot League Championship in the 50 free (22.70), 100 free (50.51) and VATALARO’S TOP TIMES 200 free (1:54.64)…also set a new Event (yards) Time Date school record as a member of the 50 Free 22.83 2/18/2010 200 medley relay team with a time 100 Free 50.50 2/19/2011 of 1:38.83 at the Patriot League Championship. 200 Free 1:56.77 2/18/2011 2010-2011: Member of the record-breaking 200 medley 1111 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

BEN CHELMOW ZACHARY CIETEK PATRICK GIBBONS JR. • FREE JR. • FREE / FLY JR. • FREE / FLY NEWTON, MASS. GUILDERLAND, N.Y. RESTON, VA. NEWTON SOUTH H.S. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY PAUL VI CATHOLIC H.S. 2011-2012: Competed in six 2011-2012: Competed in 10 dif- 2011-2012: Competed in fi ve different individual events in- ferent individual events includ- different individual events in- cluding the 50, 100, 200 and 500 ing the 100, 200, 400, 500, 800, cluding the 50, 100 and 200 free- freestyles, 50 backstroke and 100 1,000 and 1,650 freestyles and styles, 100 backstroke and 100 butterfl y… also a member of the 50, 100 and butterfl ies…posted butterfl y…posted season-best 800 freestyle relay team…posted season-best times in the 200 free times in the 50 free (23.39) and season-best times at the Patriot (1:57.06) and 500 free (5:22.02) at 100 free (51.65) at the Patriot League Championship (2/16- the New England Catholic Invita- League Championship (2/16- 2/18) in the 50 free (24.03), 100 tional, in the 1,000 free (11:06.65) 2/18) and in the 100 fl y (54.47) free (51.58), 200 free (1:52.42) versus Providence and in the 100 against Lehigh (10/9). and 500 free (5:14.93)…named to fl y (59.96) versus Bryant. Patriot League Academic Honor 2010-2011: Posted season-best Roll. 2010-2011: Did not compete. times at the Patriot League Championship in the 50 free (24.06), 100 free (52.31) and 100 back (1:04.05). 2010-2011: Posted season-best times at the Patriot League Before Holy Cross: Member of the varsity track and fi eld, Championship in the 50 free (23.98), 100 free (51.72), 200 lacrosse and soccer teams at Christian Brothers Academy... Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity swim free (1:54.80) and 100 fl y (1:00.12). swam for the Schenectady Swim Club in the Adirondack team at Paul VI Catholic H.S...member of National Honor Swimming League...member of National Honor Society Society and Spanish Honor Society. and JROTC. Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity swim Personal: Son of Joseph (Class of 1986) and Anneke Gib- team at Newton South H.S...team captain senior year...re- Personal: Son of Scott and Nora Cietek...has two sisters bons...has one brother (Brian)...grandfather Richard F. ceived the Booster Club 110% award sophomore and junior (Kendall and Mackenzie)...majoring in Economics. Gibbons, Sr. (Class of 1960) and uncle Richard Gibbons, seasons...member of the Newton South Honor Roll. Jr. (Class of 1984) attended Holy Cross...majoring in Eco- CIETEK’S TOP TIMES nomics and Accounting with a minor in Spanish. Personal: Son of David and Fay Chelmow...has one sister (Jenny)...majoring in Mathematics. Event (yards) Time Date 200 Free 1:57.06 10/21/2011 GIBBONS’ TOP TIMES 500 Free 5:22.02 10/21/2011 CHELMOW’S TOP TIMES 1,000 Free 11:06.65 1/28/2012 Event (yards) Time Date 50 Free 23.39 2/16/2012 Event (yards) Time Date 100 Fly 59.96 2/4/2012 100 Free 51.65 2/18/2012 100 Free 51.48 2/18/2012 100 Back 1:04.05 2/18/2011 200 Free 1:52:42 2/17/2012 200 Back 2:27.16 2/5/2011 500 Free 5:14.96 2/16/2012 100 Fly 54.47 10/9/2011 100 Fly 1:00.12 2/18/2011 1122 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

TIM LIDDY JR. • BREAST / IM GARDEN CITY, N.Y. CHAMINADE H.S. 2011-2012: Competed in nine different individual events in- cluding the 50, 100 and 200 free- styles, 50 butterfl y, 100 and 200 breaststrokes, 100 backstroke and 200 and 400 individual med- leys…posted season-best times in the 100 breast (1:06.87) and 200 breast (2:27.81) at the Worcester City Championship and in the 50 free (23.69), 100 free (50.86), 200 IM (2:04.54) and 400 IM (4:33.81) at the Patriot League Championship.

2010-2011: Competed mostly in breastroke events, ending the season with a best time of 1:02.47 in the 100 breast- roke, a 2:17.40 in the 200 breastroke and a 23.22 in the 50 free all at the Patriot League Championship...fi nished fi rst in the 400 free relay against Fairfi eld (3:32.41) and in the 200 free relay against Springfi eld (1:35.19).

Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity swim Personal: Son of James and Eileen Liddy...has one brother LIDDY’S TOP TIMES team at Chaminade H.S...served as a co-captain...swam for (Kevin) and two sisters (Colleen and Bridget)...majoring Event (yards) Time Date the Long Island Express club team...member of National in Mathematics with a minor in Economics. 100 Breast 1:02.47 2/18/2011 Honor Society. 200 Breast 2:17.40 2/19/2011 50 Free 23.22 2/17/2011 100 Free 50.86 2/18/2012 200 IM 2:04.54 2/16/2012 400 IM 4:33.81 2/17/2012 1133 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

KEVIN O’CONNOR JR. • FREE / IM RIDGEWOOD, N.J. BERGEN CATHOLIC H.S. 2011-2012: Competed in six different individual events in- cluding the 200, 500, 1,000 and 1,650 freestyles and 200 and 400 individual medleys…also a member of the 800 freestyle relay team…posted season-best times in the 200 free (1:55.24) and 500 free (5:04.44) at the Ter- rier Invitational and in the 1,650 free (17:29.02) and 400 IM (4:31.56) at the Patriot League Championship.

2010-2011: Finished 18th in the 1650 freestyle with a per- sonal-best time of 17:15.78 at the Patriot League Champi- onship...also at the PLC he swam a personal and team-best time in the 400 individual medley (4:25.51), while he had a personal-best time in the 500 yard freestyle (4:57.10)... swam the 200 yard breaststroke in 2:24.19 at the Terrier Invitational.

O’CONNOR’S TOP TIMES Event (yards) Time Date Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity Personal: Son of Kevin (Class of 1985) and Kathleen 200 Free 1:55.24 11/20/2011 swim team at Bergen Catholic H.S...team captain senior O’Connor...has one brother, Patrick, and two sisters, Brig- 500 Free 4:57.10 2/17/2011 year...team was NNJIL champions in 2007...swam for the id and Virginia...uncle Tom Bacon graduated from Holy 1,000 Free 10:28.37 (split) 2/19/2011 Ridgewood YMCA Breakers club team...team was New Cross in 1985 and cousin Sarah Daly (Class of 2013) is a 1,650 Free 17:15.78 2/19/2011 Jersey YMCA men’s state champions in 2008...member of member of the Holy Cross women’s lacrosse team...major- 400 IM 4:25.51 2/18/2011 National Honor Society. ing in Mathematics. 200 Breast 2:24.19 11/21/2010 1144 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

ANTHONY RUSSO JR. • FREE / FLY STRATFORD, CONN. STRATFORD H.S. 2011-2012: Competed in fi ve dif- ferent individual events including the 100 freestyle, 100 backstroke, 100 and 200 butterfl ies and 200 ICK IDETTI individual medley…posted sea- N V son-best times in the 100 back JR. • DIVING (1:06.83) versus Lehigh and WOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J. in the 100 fl y (59.21), 200 fl y ON OSCO REP CHOOL (2:12.89) and 200 IM (2:17.13) D B P S at the Patriot League Champion- 2011-2012: Posted season-best ship…named to Patriot League scores of 239.03 in the three-meter Academic Honor Roll. dive and 234.75 in the one-meter dive versus Springfi eld...named 2010-2011: Named Holy Cross’ Rookie of the Year...re- Holy Cross Diver of the Year. corded season-best times at the Patriot League Champion- ship in the 100 fl y (57.79) and 50 free (24.22)...posted a 2010-2011: Finished fi rst in both season-best time in the 200 fl y (2:25.46) versus Bryant... the one meter dive with a score of named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 215.25 and the three meter dive with a score of 205.13 against Bos- Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity ton College...named to the Patriot swim team at Stratford H.S...team captain junior and League Academic Honor Roll. senior year...named Stratford High School Male CAS- CIAC Scholar Athlete...received the Southwest Confer- Before Holy Cross: Two-year member of the varsity ence Sportsmanship Award in 2008...named to the SWC soccer team at Don Bosco Prep...team won 2010 county All-Academic team all four years...was Student Council championship.

RUSSO’S TOP TIMES Personal: Son of Nick and Carmela Videtti...has one sister (Linda)...majoring in Psychology (pre-med). Event (yards) Time Date 50 Free 24.22 2/17/2011 president...member of National Honor Society and Span- VIDETTI’S TOP SCORES 100 Fly 57.79 2/18/2011 ish Honor Society. 200 Fly 2:12/.89 2/18/2012 Event Score Date 100 Back 1:06.83 10/9/2011 One Meter 234.75 10/29/2011 Personal: Son of Anthony and Donna Russo...has one sis- 200 IM 2:17.13 2/18/2012 Three Meter 239.03 10/29/2011 ter, Jamie...majoring in Political Science. 1155 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

JAN YBURAN JR. • FREE / BACK LIVINGSTON, N.J. SETON HALL PREP SCHOOL 2011-2012: Competed in six dif- ferent individual events including the 50 and 500 freestyles, 50, 100 and 200 backstrokes and 200 indi- vidual medley…also a member of the 200 ad 400 freestyle and 200 and 400 medley relay teams… posted season-best times at the Terrier Invitational in the 50 free (21.98), 50 back (25.33), 100 back (52.76) and 200 back (1:57.00)… set a new school record with his time in the 200 backstroke at the Terrier Invitational and as a member of the 200 medley relay team with a time of 1:38.83 at the Patriot League Championship.

2010-2011: Member of the record-breaking 200 medley relay team, setting a school record time of 1:39.15 at the Patriot League Championship...fi nished fi rst in the 100 yard back (55.60) as well as the 200 yard back (2:03.40) against Springfi eld...placed fi rst in the 100 yard back (55.76) and 200 yard back (2:04.23) against Fairfi eld...placed fi rst in the

YBURAN’S TOP TIMES 200 back with a time of 2:20.80 against Providence...placed the All-Essex fi rst team 2006-2010...team won Super Essex Event (yards) Time Date fi rst versus Boston College in the 200 IM (2:07.03)...fi nished conference championship 2006-2010 and was Public North 50 Free 21.97 2/17/2011 fi rst in the 100 back (56.07) versus Bryant. A NJSIAA champions 2007-2008 and 2008-2009...swam 50 Back 25.33 11/20/2011 for the Montclair Dolphins club team. 100 Back 52.76 11/20/2011 Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity swim 200 Back 1:57.00 11/20/2011 team at Seton Hall Prep...team captain senior year...named to Personal: Majoring in Chemistry. 200 IM 2:07.03 2/3/2011 1166 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

MICHAEL BROWER BRENDAN HIGGINS THOMAS HORIGAN SO. • FLY SO. • DIVING SO. • FREE/BACK FALLING WATERS, W.VA. SUMMIT, N.J. WEST HARTFORD, CONN. ST. MARIA GORETTI H.S. ST. PETER’S PREP SCHOOL HALL H.S. 2011-2012: Competed in six 2011-2012: Posted a season-best 2011-2012: Competed in nine different individual events in- score of 169.45 in the three-me- different individual events in- cluding the 50, 100 and 1,000 ter dive at the Harold Anderson cluding the 50, 100, 200 and freestyles, 100 and 200 butterfl ies Invitational and 181.88 in the one- 1,000 freestyles, 50, 100 and 200 and 200 individual medley… also meter dive versus Providence. backstrokes, 50 breaststroke and a member of the 400 medley relay 200 individual medley…also a team…posted season-best times Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the 200 freestyle relay at the Patriot League Champi- member of the varsity swimming team…posted season-best times onship in the 100 fly (53.81), and diving team at St. Peter’s Pre- in the 50 free (23.26), 100 free 200 fly (2:00.91) and 200 IM paratory School…team captain (51.27), 100 back (57.21) and (2:09.11)…set a new school senior year…team ranked 16th 200 back (2:03.94) at the Patriot record as a member of the 200 in New Jersey…member of the League Championship and in the medley relay team with a time of 1:38.83 at the Patriot Clearwater Swim and Dive Club…team captain for 2009, 200 IM (2:14.57) at the Worcester City Championship… League Championship. 2010 and 2011…Town and Country League champions in named Holy Cross Rookie Swimmer of the Year…named 2009, 2010 and 2011…two-year member of the rugby team to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity swim at St. Peter’s Preparatory School. team at St. Maria Goretti High School...team captain senior Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity swim year...led team in points junior and senior years...named to Personal: Son of Kevin and Mary Higgins… has four team at Hall High School…team captain senior year…re- the All Apple Valley League team in the 100 butterfl y in brothers (Andrew, Kyle, Liam and Aidan)…has not yet ceived team Most Improved senior year…named All-Con- 2009 and 2010...fi rst swimmer in school history to fi nal declared a major. ference senior year…awarded CCC West All-Academic individually at the Metro Championship...set school records team honors in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011…member of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. in 200 free relay, 400 free relay and 100 butterfl y...swam for HIGGINS’ TOP SCORES the Frederick Area Club Swim Team...named most improved swimmer in 2010...set club record in 100 butterfl y...member Event Score Date Personal: Son of Richard and Kathleen Horigan…has one of National Honor Society and French Honor Society. One Meter 181.88 1/28/2012 brother (William) and three sisters (Colleen, Annie and Three Meter 169.45 12/2/2011 Christine)…has not yet declared a major. Personal: Son of David and Barbara Brower...majoring in Biology. HORIGAN’S TOP TIMES Event (yards) Time Date ROWER S OP IMES B ’ T T 50 Free 23.26 2/16/2012 Event (yards) Time Date 100 Free 51.27 2/18/2012 100 Fly 53.81 2/16/2012 100 Back 57.21 2/17/2012 200 Fly 2:00.91 2/18/2012 200 Back 2:03.94 2/18/2012 200 IM 2:09.11 2/17/2012 200 IM 2:14.57 1/21/2012 1177 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

WALKER LAHR ALEC MCCABE JAKE MCLAUGHLIN SO. • FREE/BREAST SO. • FLY/FREE SO. • FLY/IM MONTICELLO, MINN. AGOURA HILLS, CALIF. ERIE, PA. MONTICELLO SENIOR H.S. AGOURA H.S. CATHEDRAL PREP SCHOOL 2011-2012: Competed in four dif- 2011-2012: Competed in five 2011-2012: Competed in seven ferent individual events including different individual events in- different individual events in- the 50 freestyle, 100 backstroke cluding the 50, 100 and 200 cluding the 50 and 100 free- and 50 and 100 breaststroke… freestyles, 100 butterfl y and 200 styles, 100 breaststroke, 100 posted season-best times in the backstroke…posted season-best and 200 butterfl ies and 200 and 100 back (59.21) versus Bryant times in the 50 free (24.13) and 400 individual medleys…posted and in the 100 breast (1:05.87) at 100 free (53.18) at the Terrier season-best times in the 200 IM the Terrier Invitational. Invitational…named to Patriot (2:25.60) versus Bryant and in League Academic Honor Roll. the 100 breast (1:07.48), 100 fl y Before Holy Cross: Five-year (58.15) and 200 fl y (2:08.59) at member of the varisty swimming Before Holy Cross: Four-year the Patriot League Champion- and diving team at Monticello member of the varsity swim team ship…named to Patriot League Senior High School, beginning in eighth grade...team cap- at Agoura High School…team captain senior year…re- Academic Honor Roll. tain senior year...team went undefeated and won the state ceived team Most Improved in 2008, 2009, 2010 and championship...earned All-Conference honors...member of 2011…received Coach’s Award senior year…three-year Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity swim the Monticello Swim Club...team won state and regional member of varsity water polo team. team at Cathedral Prep...team captain senior year…re- championships...also a member of the football team... ceived the Kevin J. Maloney Sportsmanship Award senior member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Son of Christine and Christopher McCabe…fa- year…PIAA District 10 Champions 2008, 2009, 2010 and ther and mother both graduated from Holy Cross (Class of 2011…team was state runner-up in 2008…member of the Personal: Son of Darrin Lahr and Carrie Lynch...has one 1987 and 1988)…grandfather Charles McCabe graduated Eastside YMCA Swim Team…two-year member of the brother (Evan) and one sister (Anna)...majoring in Biol- from Holy Cross (Class of 1959)…has one brother (Brian) varsity water-polo team…team qualifi ed for state champi- ogy. and one sister (Cara)…has not yet declared a major. onship senior year…two- year member of the varsity ten- nis team…member of National Honor Society.

LAHR’S TOP TIMES MCCABE’S TOP TIMES Personal: Son of Jim and Mary McLaughlin…has one sis- Event (yards) Time Date Event (yards) Time Date ter (Maggie)…majoring in Political Science. 100 Back 59.21 2/4/2012 50 Free 24.13 11/20/2011 100 Breast 1:05.87 11/20/2011 100 Free 53.18 11/20/2011 MCLAUGHLIN’S TOP TIMES Event (yards) Time Date 100 Breast 1:07.48 2/17/2012 100 Fly 58.15 2/17/2012 200 Fly 2:08.59 2/18/2012 200 IM 2:25.60 2/4/2012 1188 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

MICHAEL NOONE ANDREW OLIVIERI JACK SWAIN SO. • FLY/IM SO. • FREE SO. • BREAST/FLY STAMFORD, CONN. NEWARK, DEL. WEST HARTFORD, CONN. FAIRFIELD PREP SCHOOL SANFORD PREP SCHOOL HALL H.S. 2011-2012: Competed in six dif- 2011-2012: Competed in the 50 2011-2012: Competed in seven ferent individual events including freestyle and 100 freestyle… different events including the 50, the 50, 100 and 1,000 freestyles named to Patriot League Aca- 100 and 200 breaststrokes, 50 and and 50, 100 and 200 butterfl ies… demic Honor Roll. 1,000 freestyles, 100 butterfl y and posted season-best times at the Pa- 200 individual medley…posted triot League Championship in the Before Holy Cross: Came to season-best times at the Pa- 100 free (51.41), 100 fl y (57.44) Holy Cross from Sanford Prep. triot League Championship in the and 200 fl y (2:10.68)…named to 100 breast (1:00.43), 200 breast Patriot League Academic Honor Personal: Majoring in Biology. (2:14.48) and 200 IM (2:02.23). Roll. Before Holy Cross: Four-year Before Holy Cross: Three-year member of the Hall High School member of the varsity swim team at Fairfi eld Prep…team varsity swimming and diving team…team captain senior captain senior year…conference champions 2009, 2010 and OLIVIERI’S TOP TIMES year…named the team’s Most Valuable Player in both 2011…member of the Stamford Sharks club team…member Event (yards) Time Date junior and senior years…received All-State honors senior of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. 50 Free 25.66 1/28/2012 year…received All-Conference honors in his sophomore, 100 Free 54.53 1/28/2012 junior and senior years…broke the school record in the Personal: Son of Michael and Mary Alice Noone…father 100 breaststroke and the 200 IM…awarded Swimming and mother both graduated from Holy Cross (Class of Academic All-American in 2010-2011…member of the 1986)…Grandfather, Burtis J. Dolan, was also a graduate SoNoCo Swim Club…member of National Honor Society, of Holy Cross (1948) and played on the men’s Spanish National Honor Society and Latin National Honor team…has three brothers (Matt, Tim and Brian)…has not Society. yet declared a major. Personal: Son of Robert and MaryAnn Swain…has three NOONE’S TOP TIMES brothers (Robert, Ethan and Andrew)…majoring in Chem- istry. Event (yards) Time Date 100 Free 51.41 2/18/2012 100 Fly 57.44 2/17/2012 SWAIN’S TOP TIMES 200 Fly 2:10.68 2/18/2012 Event (yards) Time Date 100 Breast 1:00.43 2/17/2012 200 Breast 2:14.48 2/18/2012 200 IM 2:02.23 2/16/2012 1199 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING MEEETET THHEE CRRUSADERSUSADERS

MATTHEW BATES BRENDAN COLLINS JOHN FINNERTY FR. • FREE FR. • BREAST FR. • DIVING SOUTH EASTON, MASS. BURLINGAME, CALIF. YONKERS, N.Y. OLIVER AMES H.S. ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE PREP LOYOLA SCHOOL Before Holy Cross: Came to Before Holy Cross: Two year Before Holy Cross: Came to Holy Cross from Oliver Ames member of the St. Ignatius Col- Holy Cross from the Loyola High School in North Easton, lege Prep varsity swim team under School in New York, N.Y. Mass. coach Matt Roberto…team cap- tain senior year…competed in 100 Personal: Has not yet declared Personal: Has not yet declared yard breaststroke and 200 medley a major. a major. relay…also four year member of the varsity water polo team under coach Daniel Figoni…team cap- tain during senior year…named to the W.C.A.L All League Second Team…team was 2009 Central Coast Section semi-fi nalist…part of the Stanford Water Polo Club under coach Jon Barnea…team placed 2nd in pacifi c PATRICK GEARAN division of 2011 Pacifi c Junior Olympics. FR. • DIVING

Personal: Son of Michael and Karen Collins…has one DUXBURY, MASS. sister (Claire) who is a member of the swim team at Whit- DUXBURY H.S. man College. Before Holy Cross: Came to Holy Cross from Duxbury High School in Duxbury, Mass.


CHRISTOPHER KEATING KEVIN MACNEILL DAVID MULLANY FR. • DIVING FR. • BACK FR. • FREE CHATHAM, N.J. NEWINGTON, CONN. MONROE, CONN. CHATHAM H.S. NEWINGTON H.S. FAIRFIELD PREP Before Holy Cross: Four-year Before Holy Cross: Two-year Before Holy Cross: Three year member of the Chatham High member of the Newington High member of the Fairfield Prep School varsity swim team under School varsity swim team un- varsity swim team under coach coaches Dave Steele and Karen der coach John Dipaola-Trom- Bruce Jaffe…named team captain Gaba…competed in freestyle, ba…named team captain senior senior year…team was 2008- butterfl y, breaststroke and the In- year…received 2011 Leadership 2012 SCC Champions…member dividual Medley…placed second Award…named to the 2012 Aca- of the Shelton-Monroe Club at the conference championship demic All Conference…qualifi ed Swim Team under coach Chuck in 2012. for the State Tournament in 2011 Clark…member of the National and 2012 for 100 backstroke… Honor Society. Personal: Son of Brian and Carol also played one year of varsity Keating…mother played varsity cross country and …president Personal: Son of David and tennis at Montclair State… has one sister (Cacky) who of the National Science Honor Society…won Top Scholar Nancy Mullany…has one sister (Jillian) who swims at swims at Fairfi eld (Class of 2013). award in 2010 and 2011…member of the Math, History Providence College. and French Honor Society...also member of National Honor Society…graduated with high honors. ALEXANDER SNEIRSON Personal: Son of Paul and Jacqueline MacNeill…has two R REE ACK brothers (Doug and Joe) and one sister (Maria). F . • F /B SWAMPSCOTT, MASS. ST. JOHN’S PREP SCHOOL Before Holy Cross: Came to Holy Cross from St. John’s Prep School in Danvers, Mass.


JOE TERRANOVA MAX TROJANO TYLER WRIGHT FR. • FREE/BREAST FR. • FREE FR. • FREE/IM MELROSE, MASS. LAKEVILLE, MASS. WATERBORO, MAINE MALDEN CATHOLIC H.S. APPONEQUET H.S. MASSABESIC H.S. Before Holy Cross: Two-year Before Holy Cross: Four-year Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of Malden Catholic H.S. member of Apponequet Region- member of the Massabesic High varsity swim team under coach Joe al H.S. varsity swim team un- School varsity swim team under Gaff…career individual statistics der coach Brett Pacheco…team coach Kevin Broad…named for the 50 Free are 25.89 and for captain in 2012…named the team captain senior year…named the 100 Breast is 1:22…swam team’s Most Valuable Swimmer team MVP ’09,’10,’11…six-time for the Melrose YMCA Sharks... in 2010…received the Coach’s Southwestern Maine champi- three-sport athlete including Award in 2012…named to the on…state champion…two-time cross country and lacrosse…cross Southern Conference All-Star New England champion…school country Catholic Conference Team in 2010, 2011 and 2012… record-holder in the 100 fl y, 100 All-Star in 2010…member of Na- named 2010 Taunton Gazette back and 200 freestyle…swam for tional Honor Society and Spanish All-Star, 2011 Standard Times Sanford titans swim club under National Honor Society. Swimmer of the Year…Standard Times All-Star in 2010 coach Martha LaRivere…team captain in 2012…fi ve-time and 2012…received 2011 MIAA Sportsmanship Award… YMCA national qualifier…club 200 butterfly record- Personal: Son of Joe and Christina Terranova…both father set school varsity record in the 400 freestyle relay…mem- holder…played two seasons of varsity lacrosse…member and mother graduated from Holy Cross in 1985…mother ber of the Freetown-Lakeville Warriors Swim Club under of the Activities Chair on Student Council, National Honor was a member of the swim team…has one brother (Chris- high school coach Pacheco…received Warrior Award in Society and captain of the Math team. topher) and one sister (Olivia)…grandfather, Carl Austin 2009 and 2012…member of National Honor Society. Weiss Jr. (Class of 1954) and uncle, Carl Austin Weiss II Personal: Son of Victor and Roxanna Wright…has one (Class of 1987) are both Holy Cross alumni. Personal: Son of Todd and Michelle Trojano…has two sister (Alyssa). brothers (Frank and Sam). 2222 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING 22011-2012011-2012 REESULTSSULTS

DATE OPPONENT RESULT Oct. 8 at Fairfi eld L, 185-106 Oct. 9 LEHIGH L, 155-80 Oct. 21-22 at New England Catholic Invitational No Team Scores Oct. 29 SPRINGFIELD L, 169-131 Nov. 18-20 at Terrier Invitational 8th of 8 Dec. 2-3 at Harold Anderson Invitational 4th of 5 Jan. 20-21 WORCESTER CITY CHAMPIONSIP 1st of 3 Jan. 28 PROVIDENCE L, 191-100 Feb. 4 at Bryant L, 196.5-65.5 Feb 16-18 at Patriot League Championship 8th of 8 2233 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING ALLLL--TTIIMEME REECORDSCORDS

SWIMMING RECORDS DIVING RECORDS EVENT ATHLETE TIME LOCATION YR EVENT ATHLETE SCORE LOCATION YR 50 Freestyle Scott Rimm 21.25 PL Championship 2004 1 M (Five dives) Adam DeVito 175.87 Providence 2009 100 Freestyle Scott Rimm 46.22 PL Championship 2003 200 Freestyle Scott Rimm 1:41.24 PL Championship 2003 1 M (Six dives) Adam DeVito 305.63 Holy Cross 2009 500 Freestyle Mike Emmons 4:38.11 PL Championship 2002 1000 Freestyle Mike Emmons 10:01.66 Vermont 2002 1 M (11 dives) Adam DeVito 425.40 Holy Cross 2009 1650 Freestyle Brian Lyons 16:42.43 PL Championship 2012 100 Backstroke Scott Rimm 52.29 PL Championship 2002 3 M (Six dives) Adam DeVito 311.50 Holy Cross 2009 200 Backstroke Jan Yburan 1:57.00 Worcester City Champ. 2012 100 Breaststroke Brian Power 58.42 PL Championship 2012 3 M (11 dives) Adam DeVito 467.35 Holy Cross 2009 200 Breaststroke Brian Power 2:07.34 PL Championship 2011 100 Butterfl y Mike Emmons 51.84 PL Championship 2003 200 Butterfl y Mike Emmons 1:53.62 PL Championship 2002 100 IM Rich Schoeb 57.19 Bridgewater 1987 200 IM Mike Emmons 1:58.17 ECAC 2003 400 IM Mike Emmons 4:12.17 ECAC 2003

200 Medley Relay Jan Yburan, Brian Power, 1:38.83 PL Championship 2012 Michael Brower, John Vatalaro

400 Medley Relay Scott Rimm, Steve Finocchi, 3:34.34 PL Championship 2002 Mike Emmons, Ian Hennessey

200 Free Relay Stephen Finocchi, Ian Hennessey, 1:27.03 PL Championship 2002 Mike Emmons, Scott Rimm

400 Free Relay Stephen Finnocchi, Ian Hennessey, 3:11.59 PL Championship 2002 Mike Emmons, Scott Rimm

800 Free Relay Mike Emmons, Ian Hennessey, 7:02.49 PL Championship 2002 Stephen Finocchi, Scott Rimm


PATRIOT LEAGUE Andrew DuMont (1999, 2001, 2002) Matt Talucci (2005, 2006) Michael Durkin (1998) George Tarr (1998, 1999) CADEMIC ONOR OLL A H R Sean Egan (1999) John Vatalaro (2010, 2011) Rob Acker (2008, 2009) Garrett Eucalitto (2003) Nick Videtti (2011, 2012) Matthew Arthur (2001, 2002) Andrew Ferrara (2006) Joshua Wright (1995) Mathieu Aubuchon (1996, 1997) Stephen Finocchi (2002) Brian Bauman (1996, 1997) Matthew Frigault (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007) PATRIOT LEAGUE DIVING Eric Bovlm (1998, 1999) Richard Fronapfel (1996) Nick Braccia (1995, 1998) Andrew Gassman (1997, 1998) COACH OF THE YEAR Michael Brombach (2009) Jason Gintert (2005) Brian Boyer, 2001 Aaron Brosnan (2010) Rich Griffen (1992, 1993, 1995) Brian Boyer, 2002 Roger Brunelle (1994) Matthew Grogan (2006, 2007) Tyler Burbridge (1999) Sean Hager (2009, 2010, 2011) PATRIOT LEAGUE Jerome Burke (2003, 2004) Hugh Hayden (2005, 2006) Sean O’Reilly Michael Burns (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012) SWIMMER OF THE WEEK Brian Hendrickson (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) Joseph McShane (2008, 2009, 2010) Sean Callahan (2002) Ian Hennessey (2003) Mike Emmons, 1/28/2003 Kevin Carolan (1993) Louis Minora (1998) Aaron Brosnan, 2/12/2007 Michael Holzapfel (1997, 1998) Kevin Mullaney (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007) Ben Chelmow (2012) Thomas Horigan (2012) Todd Chen (2005) Matt Mullaney (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011) Matthew Hynes (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011) PATRIOT LEAGUE Dennis Collins (1992) Michael Noone (2012) Brian Jackson (2007) Andrew Olivierio (2012) DIVER OF THE WEEK Thomas Connors (2001, 2002) Peter Juda (2001) Joseph Corsetti (1999, 2001) Stefan Opolski (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) Tim Tuck, 11/26/2003 Robert Kavanagh (2001) Robert O’Connell (1995, 1996, 1997) Connor O’Neil, 2/12/2007 Brian Crimmins (1998) Ryan Keating (2005) Patrick Cronan (2001) Sean O’Reilly (2007, 2008) Adam DeVito, 10/22/2008 Thomas Kelly (1998) David Picotte (2004) Adam DeVito 10/12/2009 Dennis Dillingham (1995, 1996) Dan Kennedy (2009) Paul Donerty (1994) Brian Power (2010, 2012) Robert Kennedy (1994, 1995) Aaron Qureshi (1995, 1996, 1998) Michael Dougher (2007, 2008) Kevin Kitson (2006) David Drummond (2006) Michael Ragone (2007, 2008, 2010) Christopher Kral (1997) John Ringwood (2006, 2007, 2008) Brian Lasonde (2009) Joshua Rodriguez (2009) Brian Lawless (1998) Anthony Russo (2011, 2012) Jason Longchamps (1994) Michael Sandstrom (2002) Chris Lorette (1999, 2001) Michael Santulli (2002) Bryan Lyons (2012) Jim Shea (1992) Ian MacLaren (2006, 2008, 2009) Matthew Shea (2007) Chris Malfi tano (2011) William Sheehan (1994, 1995, 1996, 1997) Mike Marquet (2007, 2009) Mike Shiekh (1992, 1993) Alec McCabe (2012) Chris Smith (2006, 2007, 2008) Aiden McGrath (2008, 2009, 2011) Timothy Streeto (1993) Dekker McKeever (2002) Michael Sugrue (1995) Jake McLaughlin (2012) Edward Supple (2011) Brian Hendrickson Patrick McMahon (2011, 2012) Shannon Sweeney (2005, 2007, 2008) 2255 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING ABBOUTOUT HOOLYLY CRROSSOSS

Holy Cross is renowned for its academic excellence Mass., the campus occupies 174 beautifully and mentoring-based, liberal arts education in the Jesuit landscaped acres, featuring traditional and tradition. An exclusively undergraduate institution with contemporary architecture, state-of-the-art fa- just over 2,800 students, Holy Cross is the oldest Catholic cilities, and striking views from atop Mount St. college in New England. Founded in 1843 in Worcester, James. Academic life at Holy Cross is serious, challenging and exciting. Student-professor exchanges in the classroom, as well as in countless informal settings, are at the center of academic life at Holy Cross. With a student to faculty ratio of 11 to one, the opportunity for individual atten- tion is readily available. Few classes exceed an enrollment of 40, and most average 19 students. Holy Cross professors are widely respected in their academic special- ties. Many have national reputations for their research and publications, creative performances, recordings and exhibitions. Almost all of the nearly 300 full- and part-time fac- ulty members hold doctoral degrees from some of the fi nest universities here and abroad. Among the major academic fa- cilities on campus are Dinand Li- brary (which, along with three other specialized libraries on campus, has total holdings of more than 650,000 volumes); Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery (with a regular sched- ule of world-class exhibitions); Brooks Concert Hall (acclaimed by performers and acoustical experts as one of the fi nest medium-sized bookstore, post offi ce, coffee lounge, cafeteria and pub); performance spaces in the region); St. Joseph Carol and Park B. Smith Hall (housing the Center for Reli- Memorial Chapel (built in 1924 and contain- gion, Ethics and Culture and the Rehm Library); the Mul- ing the recently renovated McCooey Chapel on timedia Resource Center in Edith Stein Hall; and the new the lower level); Hogan Campus Center (with $60-million Integrated Science Complex. 2266 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING ABBOUTOUT HOOLYLY CRROSSOSS

Coeducational since 1972, Holy Cross enrolls a stu- ity on the appointment and promotion of faculty. There dent body of proven accomplishment. Almost all graduat- are more than 100 co-curricular offerings on campus and HOLY CROSS AT A GLANCE ed in the top 20 percent of their high school classes. Most diverse opportunities for innovative academic options Affi liation: Roman Catholic — live in 10 residence halls on campus, all fully connected such as the fi rst-year program, community-based learn- Established by the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) to the college’s computer network. Students, elected by ing, Washington semester, internships and full-year study Undergraduate enrollment: 2,872 their peers, represent their classmates at faculty meetings, abroad. 47% Male / 53% Female / on major college committees, and in a consultative capac- Holy Cross integrates faith and knowledge with an 23% Minority and International emphasis on service, in keeping with the Percent out of state: 63% Jesuits’ commitment to educate “men and Number of U.S. states and territories: 47 women for others.” A distinguishing and Number of foreign countries: 21 all-important characteristic of education Student to Faculty ratio: 11 to 1 at Holy Cross is the emphasis placed upon Number of faculty: 258 full time; 67 part time the service of faith and the promotion of Percentage of faculty who hold doctorates or justice. The Offi ce of the College Chap- terminal degrees: 97% lains advises Student Programs for Urban Varsity sports: 27 (684 participants) Development (SPUD), which is the larg- Intramural sports: 12 (1,200 participants) est student organization on campus. More Club sports: 22 than 450 students are involved in 37 direct- service programs in Worcester. • Graduates are admitted to medical school at rates better The athletics program has a storied than twice the national average. tradition that continues today with 27 • Each year, more than 100 Holy Cross graduates enter law varsity sports and charter membership in schools accredited by the American Bar Association – one the Patriot League, recognized for its de- of the highest rates in the nation. velopment of scholar-athletes. The col- • Holy Cross is in the top three percent of four-year colleg- lege sponsors many clubs and intramural es in the number of students going on to earn doctorates. sports programs, and has excellent athlet- • Holy Cross students have won Rhodes, Truman and Mar- ics facilities, including a football stadium, shall scholarships, Watson fellowships, Fulbright grants a baseball stadium, a soccer stadium, a and many other awards. hockey rink and the Hart Recreation Cen- • More than 10 percent of Holy Cross alumni are currently ter, home to the basketball, swimming and practicing medicine. hockey teams. The Smith Wellness Center includes a specialized strength and condi- Among the many Holy Cross alumni with stellar re- tioning facility for varsity student-athletes, cords of achievement are a Nobel Laureate; three Pulitzer as well as aerobic equipment and workout Prize winners; two members of the Naismith Memorial areas for the general student body. Basketball Hall of Fame; a U.S. Supreme Court justice; a The college offers focused preprofes- U.S. Poet Laureate; numerous members of the U.S. Con- sional advising programs for students inter- gress; hundreds of journalists, authors and media com- ested in medicine and health, law, business mentators; and countless CEOs, educators and business and engineering. The results for successful and community leaders. postgraduate study are well-documented: 2277 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING ACCADEMICADEMIC OFFFERINGSFERINGS

MAJORS & MINORS Italian MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONCENTRATIONS Mathematics Anthropology & OTHER CURRICULAR PROGRAMS Art History Music Philosophy Established multidisciplinary programs of study with cur- Biology ricular and cocurricular components: Chemistry Physics Political Science Africana Studies Chinese Asian Studies Classics Psychology Religious Studies Biochemistry Computer Science Biological Psychology Economics Russian Sociology Education Economics & Accounting Environmental Studies Education Spanish Studies in World Literature Latin American & Latino Studies English Naval Science French Studio Art Theatre Peace & Confl ict Studies German Women’s & Gender Studies History

STUDENT-DESIGNED MAJORS & MINORS Students can design original multidisciplinary majors and minors. Here are a few examples of recent self-designed programs: Architectural Studies Catholic Studies Chinese Language & Civilization Deaf Education Film Studies International Studies Medieval & Renaissance Studies Middle Eastern Studies Urban Studies


MONTSERRAT COLLEGE HONORS All fi rst-year students are part of a challenging academic In the college honors program, academically accomplished WHAT THE GUIDEBOOKS SAY and co-curricular program called Montserrat. Embracing students pursue multidisciplinary studies in the natural sci- • Among the nation’s top 50 “most competitive” colleges the excitement and discovery of living and learning at Holy ences, social sciences and humanities. Guided by rotating and universities, as ranked by Barron’s Profi les of Cross, this program — expressly designed for fi rst-year stu- faculty experts, students regularly meet and work to explore American Colleges. dents — integrates academic, co-curricular and residential how knowledge from different areas can be tested and • Graduates 91% of students in four years – ranked fourth experiences in unique ways. One of the cornerstones of a integrated across disciplines. The program incorporates an among the nation’s undergraduate, liberal arts colleges; Holy Cross education is the commitment to Jesuit values. honors colloquium — a series of interdisciplinary discus- named to Kaplan’s list of colleges and universities with So it is fi tting that the program is named after the mountain sions — and a thesis. Honors students publicly present their “Impressive Graduation Rates.” in Spain where, in 1522, St. Ignatius of Loyola (the founder fi ndings at the annual academic conference, a highlight of • Listed in the top 20 colleges for academics in The of the Jesuit order) decided to begin a new life. Students the academic year. Princeton Review’s “The Best 351 Colleges.” entering Holy Cross are also beginning a new chapter of • Peterson’s Guide to Four-Year Colleges cites a 95% their lives — and Montserrat provides experiences in and out fi rst-year retention rate. WASHINGTON SEMESTER • Named one of the country’s “most beautiful urban of the classroom to enhance their journey, while supplying Each semester, 15 juniors and fi rst-semester seniors are ac- the tools to climb to new places. campuses” in Kaplan’s National Guidance Counselor cepted into a highly selective program in the nation’s capital. Survey. Students work with members of congress or federal agen- • Ranked 15th for “professors who make themselves cies, assist advocacy and public policy groups, and explore accessible” in a student survey by The Princeton up-close the arts, history and culture of Washington, D.C. Review. With support from their Holy Cross advisor, students pursue • Regarding the college’s mission, Kaplan’s Guide to internships that consist of four full work days, and a public the 328 Most Interesting Colleges says, “The Jesuit policy seminar one night each week. On the fi fth weekday, tradition of ‘being men and women for others’ shines they conduct independent research for their Washington at Holy Cross.” thesis paper. • According to The Insider’s Guide to the Colleges, compiled by the staff of the Yale Daily News, the STUDY ABROAD three best things about attending Holy Cross are: “the Students looking to broaden their Holy Cross experience professors, the beautiful campus and the connections have an excellent opportunity to do so through the Study with classmates.” Abroad program. Year-long programs provide qualifi ed • The Fiske Guide to Colleges cites Holy Cross’ small students with exciting and fully credited extensions of class sizes and beautiful campus as “award winners.” the college’s curriculum at participating universities in: Australia, Austria, Cameroon, England, France, Germany, COMMUNITY-BASED LEARNING Greece, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Peru, Scotland, Through a generous endowment established by its name- Spain and Russia. One-semester programs are also avail- sake, Joseph P. Donelan II, the Donelan Offi ce of Com- able in China and Sri Lanka. Third-year students in good munity-Based Learning provides a directorship to establish academic standing live with host families, and take courses connections between courses across the college curriculum and exams alongside foreign students in their native with internship sites in the greater Worcester area. In keep- language. Deepening the cultural experience, students ing with the college’s social mission to prepare students to be complete an independent study project in the local com- “men and women for others,” Community-Based Learning munity to ensure close interaction with the people of their enables students to be of service to the community while chosen countries. enhancing their understanding of course material. 2299 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING STTUDENTUDENT LIIFEFE

Holy Cross has three performance theaters, RECREATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS two art galleries, a concert hall, ballroom, • Ballroom Dance dance studio and a movie theater. There are • Club Baseball more than 90 student groups and organiza- • Club Basketball (men’s and women’s) tions on campus, including: • Club Hockey • Club Lacrosse (men’s and women’s) ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS • Club Soccer • American Medical Student Association • Club Tennis • American Sign Language Club • Club (men’s and women’s) • Biology Society • Equestrian Club • French Club • Figure Skating Club • GESSO (Art Society) • Golf Club • Neuronauts • HC Recreational Water Polo Club • Poetry Circle • Racquetball Club • Psychology Club • Running Club • Science Ambassadors • Sailing Club • Sir Thomas More Prelaw Society • Ski Team • Student Programs for Urban Develop- • College Republicans COMMUNICATION ORGANIZATIONS • Ultimate Frisbee ment • Eco-Action • The Advocate (alt. student newspaper) • HC Wilderness Outing Club • Spring Break Immersion Program • HC Political Union • The Crusader (student newspaper) • Women’s Rugby • Model United Nations • The Fenwick Review • Yoga Club STUDENT GOVERNANCE • Peace Around the World • Purple Patcher (student yearbook) ORGANIZATIONS RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS • Purple Key Society • WCHC 88.1FM (radio station) • Campus Activities Board • Campus Christian Fellowship • Sader Nation • Class Councils MULTICULTURAL STUDENT • COMPASS • Students for Life • Hall Councils ORGANIZATIONS (MSO) • Fellowship of Christian Athletes • Student Government Association DEPARTMENTALLY SPONSORED • ABiGaLe-Allies • Orthodox Christian Fellowship STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS • Asian Students In Action • Pax Christi PERFORMANCE ORGANIZATIONS • Chamber Singers • Bishop Healy Multicultural Society • Religious Education Teacher’s Club • Alternate College Theatre • Chapel Choir • Black Student Union • Chamber Orchestra SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS • College Choir • Caribbean African Student Assembly • Dance Ensemble • Amnesty International • HAYES Retreat Team • Individuals of all Nations Developing • Delilahs (female a cappella) • Appalachia Service Project • Holy Cross Orchestra Indian Appreciation • Fools on the Hill (co-ed a cappella) • Best Buddies • Jazz Ensemble • Latin American Student Organization • Off the Record (female a cappella) • The Beverly Connection • Knights of Columbus • Multiethnic Identity Xploration • Rythm Nation Steppaz • Crusaders for Children • Holy Cross Good Time Marching Band • Women’s Forum • Sons of Pitches (male a cappella) • Cures for Kids • Multicultural Peer Educators • Sound of St. James (male a cappella) PEER EDUCATION ORGANIZATIONS • Habitat for Humanity • Orientation Leaders • Student Musician Coalition • Nutrition, Exercise & Eating Disorders • Holy Cross for a Cure • Relationship Peer Educators Peer Educators • Operation Smile SPECIAL INTEREST • Resident Assistants • Sexual Health Awareness Peer Educators • Religious Education Teacher’s Club ORGANIZATIONS • ROTC • Share our Soles • College Democrats • Students for Responsible Choices 3300 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING DIISTINGUISHEDSTINGUISHE DHOOLYLY CRROSSOSS ALLUMNIUMNI

Holy Cross aims to make a positive difference in society not JIM COLLINS ’87 only through teaching and service, but through our alumni. Biomedical engineer, co-director of the Center for Biody- In fulfi lling its mission, the College educates people who namics at Boston University go on to become leaders in their fi elds. ROBERT J. COUSY ’50 DAVID P. A NDERSON ’51 Basketball legend and NBA Hall of Famer Sports columnist, The New York Times; winner of a Pulitzer Prize in 1981 MICHAEL DANIELS ’76 Senior vice president and group executive, IBM Global KAREN BALDWIN ’85 Technology Services Partner & senior executive vice president of Creative Affairs, Baldwin Entertainment Group ANN DOWD ’78 Actress on TV, fi lm and stage MARY G. BERNER ’81 Former president and chief executive offi cer, Reader’s ANTHONY S. FAUCI, M.D. ’62 Digest Association Director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Dis- eases HON. TIMOTHY H. BISHOP ’72 Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat JON FAVREAU ’03 from New York Chief speechwriter for President Barack Obama

LEIGH ANNE BRODSKY ’80 ANNE SCHIFFMAN FINK ’85 President, Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products Senior vice president, PepsiCo Sales

HON. ROBERT CASEY ’82 STANLEY E. GRAYSON ’72 Member of the U.S. Senate, Democrat from Pennsylvania Vice chairman and chief operating offi cer, M.R. Beal and TOOMM Company, New York HEEINSOHNINSOHN JOSEPH A. CALIFANO ’52 Founder and chairman, The National Center on Addiction JULIE A. HALPIN ’84 & Substance Abuse Founder & CEO, Geppetto Group, advertising company specializing in products for children MARK G. HOLOWESKO ’82 MATT CHMURA ’03 Chief executive offi cer and president, Templeton Capital Director of communications, Boston Bruins THOMAS W. HEINSOHN ’56 Advisors, Inc. Former Boston Celtics player and coach; NBA Hall of RABBI NORMAN M. COHEN ’72 Famer PETER JANKOWSKI ’86 Rabbi, Bet Shalom Congregation, Minnetonka, Minn. Producer for Law & Order, president of Wolf Films JOHN H. “JACK” HIGGINS ’76 BILLY COLLINS ’63 Editorial cartoonist for the Chicago Sun-Times; winner of EDWARD P. J ONES ’72 Former Poet Laureate, consultant in poetry to the Library a Pulitzer Prize in 1989 2004 Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Known World of Congress (2001-2003) 3311 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING DIISTINGUISHEDSTINGUISHE DHOOLYLY CRROSSOSS ALLUMNIUMNI

CAPT. THOMAS G. KELLEY, USN JAMES DAVID POWER III ’53 (RET) ’60 Chairman and CEO, J.D. Power & Associates Recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor CAROLYN RISOLI ’86 CAPT. JOSEPH P. K ERWIN, M.D. President, Marc by Marc Jacobs USN (RET) ’53 MARY PAT RYAN ’78 First medical doctor in space Former executive vice president of marketing, Sirius Satel- lite Radio PAUL O. LECLERC ’63 Former president and chief executive offi cer, New York BERNADETTE SEMPLE ’82 Public Library U.S. Navy Commander

EDWARD J. LUDWIG ’73 DANIEL E. SHAUGHNESSY ’75 Chairman of the board and chief executive offi cer, Becton, Sports columnist, The Boston Globe; author of The Curse Dickinson and Company of the Bambino

BURKE MAGNUS ’88 BART SHER ’81 Senior vice president for college sports programming, 2008 Tony Award winner as director of South Pacifi c ESPN JOE SHORTSLEEVE ’79 CHRISTOPHER J. MATTHEWS ’67 Chief correspondent for WBZ-TV News in Boston Host of NBC’s “The Chris Matthews Show” and MSNBC’s “Hardball” WILLIAM J. “BILL” SIMMONS III ’92 Columnist for Espn.com’s “Page 2” and ESPN The Maga- WILLIAM J. MCDONOUGH ’56 zine Retired president of the New York Federal Reserve CLLARENCEARENCE HON. CLARENCE THOMAS ’71 THHOMASOMAS HON. JAMES P. M ORAN, JR. ’67 Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat from Virginia AMB. HARRY K. THOMAS, JR. ’78 U.S. Ambassador to the Phillipines HON. PETER WELCH ’69 JOSEPH E. MURRAY, M.D. ’40 Member of U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat from Nobel laureate 1990 for the fi rst successful kidney trans- LT. GEN. BERNARD TRAINOR, USMC Vermont plant (RET.) ’51 MAGGIE WILDEROTTER ’77 Senior fellow for National Security Studies KEVIN O’CONNOR ’90 President and CEO, Frontier Communications Host of This Old House and Ask This Old House on PBS THEODORE V. WELLS, JR. ’72 ROBERT C. WRIGHT ’65 Partner and co-chair of Litigation, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, JOYCE A. O’SHAUGHNESSY, M.D. ’78 Co-Founder, Autism Speaks and retired vice chairman of Wharton & Garrison Leading breast cancer researcher and practitioner at Texas the board, General Electric Oncology 3322 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING STTRENGTHRENGTH & COONDITIONINGNDITIONING

Opened in 1997, the Carol and Park B. Smith Wellness 60 people at a time, enables Holy Cross’ Center is a two-story facility which was built as an addition larger sports teams to work out together, to the Hart Recreation Center. The wellness center provides thereby enhancing team unity. state-of-the-art fi tness equipment for varsity athletes and all The second fl oor has been designed other members of the Holy Cross community. for use by all students, faculty and staff. A $1.5-million gift from Carol and Park B. Smith (Class It has two sections: one for aerobic train- of 1954) kicked off the campaign to fund the facility. “Ev- ing, and the other for cardiovascular, eryone today agrees that fi tness is very important,” Smith variable-resistance and strength training. said in 1997. “I’m confi dent that this new Wellness Center A diverse selection of equipment accom- — whose facilities will be second-to-none — will provide modates users ranging from beginners to a real benefi t to current and future Holy Cross students, advanced athletes. Its south-facing wall is teachers and staff.” mostly glass, allowing most users a view With 15,000 square feet, the wellness center provides of the practice fi elds and the rolling hills over four times more space than the college previously of central New England. had for varsity and community exercise and training, and The center also offers programs that centralizes athletic equipment and facilities once found in explore the connections between fi tness fi ve locations in three campus buildings. and wellness, to help students learn how On the fi rst level, the center houses a highly versatile good health can complement and enhance strength and conditioning center for Holy Cross’ varsity other aspects of their educational expe- student-athletes. There are areas for speed development rience. An advisory board comprising programs, as well as for strength and endurance condition- physicians, fitness and strength train- ing. The space, which is able to accommodate as many as ers, faculty members, psychologists, nutritionists, a college chaplain and others are and his staff to are able to accommodate a much larger responsible for creating and coordinating number of athletes at one time, allowing teams to train programming for the center. together at times more convenient to their busy schedules Holy Cross head strength and con- as student-athletes. ditioning coach Jeff Oliver believes that The state-of-the-art equipment in the wellness center the wellness center is of the utmost im- includes: portance to Crusader athletic teams. • Eight multi-purpose power racks, each with over 600 “Over the past few decades, col- pounds of free weights. lege coaches have turned increasingly to • Seven Olympic lifting platforms with over 375 pounds of strength and conditioning to gain an edge rubberized free weights. over their opponents,” Oliver said. “And • More than 3,000 pounds of dumbbells. while football may have been the fi rst to • Eighteen pieces of aerobic equipment. grasp the concept, we now train athletes • Three full sets of plyometric boxes. from every varsity sport. The wellness • A number of free weight-loaded pieces of equipment to center has been a huge boon to our pro- accommodate injured athletes. gram.” “Thanks to the generous donation from the Smiths,” With 6,500 square feet of the center Oliver said, “This facility is state of the art.” devoted solely to varsity athletes, Oliver 3333 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING THHEE CIITYTY OOFF WOORCESTERRCESTER

Worcester, the economic and social center of central the hundreds of rivers and lakes in the area, Massachusetts, is New England’s third-largest city with a including Lake Quinsigamond. population of 175,500. Holy Cross is one of the area’s 13 First incorporated as a township in 1722, colleges and universities, which together make an enormous this settlement 40 miles west of Boston soon impact on the area’s culture and economy. Boston, Spring- became an important transportation center fi eld, Hartford and Providence are all about a one-hour drive. on the Boston Turnpike, linking the capital New York City is about three hours away; Cape Cod and city with New York and the west. One of the Atlantic Ocean are less then two hours from Worcester; America’s fi rst internal commercial water- and the mountains of Vermont and New Hampshire can be ways, the Blackstone Canal, linked the town reached in about three hours. Skiing is available at nearby with Providence to the south and gave direct Wachusett Mountain, and water sports enthusiasts can enjoy access to the Atlantic Ocean. Primarily an industrial city through the mid-20th century, Worcester has emerged as an educational, medical, health care, cultural and entertainment center. An expanded business and commercial base, and the recent addition of a variety of high-technology compa- nies and growing biotechnol- ogy research parks, have made Worcester attractive to expand- ing companies. Downtown Worcester stands on the brink of a dramatic renaissance with a new hotel attached to the con- venue for opera, jazz, blues and classical concerts; and the vention center, a new courthouse and major Worcester Art Museum, internationally known as one of the housing and retail projects all in the works. fi nest small museums in the United States. Other museums Worcester is nonetheless predominantly include the Higgins Armory Museum, a repository of Me- residential in character. More than 1,200 acres dieval arms and armor; the Ecotarium, which combines the of city-owned parkland are found within its features of a science museum, a planetarium and a zoo; the 38 square miles. Half of the entire city budget headquarters of the American Antiquarian Society; and the goes for educational purposes, testimony to Worcester Historical Museum. the values of its inhabitants. Its parklands After a $40 million restoration project, the historic are among the oldest in the nation, as are its Union Station now serves visitors and commuters via MBTA library and music festival. Worcester is a city regional service and Amtrak national service. proud of its past and secure in its future. Worcester has world-class dining, ethnic restaurants, Worcester is home to the DCU Center, a diners, coffee houses, bookstores, shopping, parks and 13,000-seat arena that features big-name rock recreation — all within easy reach of campus. bands; Mechanics Hall, a world renowned 3344 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING COOLLEGELLEGE ADDMINISTRATIONMINISTRATION

REV. PHILIP L. BOROUGHS, S.J., PRESIDENT OFFICERS OF THE COLLEGE Fr. Philip (Chicago) in 1978. He holds a Licentiate of Boroughs, S.J., a Sacred Theology from the Jesuit School of faculty member Theology in Berkeley (1987) and received and senior ad- a Ph.D. in Christian spirituality from the ministrator with Graduate Theological Union (Berkley, Ca- decades of expe- lif.) in 1989. His doctoral dissertation was rience and a deep on John Woolman (1720-1772), the itiner- understanding of ant Quaker preacher in Colonial America, Jesuit higher ed- who advocated against slavery and whose ucation through journal is considered a spiritual classic. his work at Gon- He entered the Jesuit order in 1967, zaga, Seattle, was ordained a priest in 1978, and made and Georgetown his fi nal vows as a Jesuit in 1986. universities, assumed offi ce as the 32nd Prior to coming to Georgetown, Fr. Frank Vellaccio Timothy R. Austin Tracy Barlok president of Holy Cross in January 2012. Boroughs served as the rector of the Jesuit Senior Vice President Vice President for Vice President for Immediately before coming to Holy Community at Seattle University where he Academic Affairs and Development and Cross, he served as Georgetown’s fi rst-ever was also a faculty member in the School Dean of the College Alumni Relations vice president for mission and ministry from of Theology and Ministry. Previously, he 2003 to 2011. There, he was the only Jesuit taught religious studies at Gonzaga Uni- serving as a senior university administra- versity (1989-1991), served as the assistant tor. In addition to overseeing a division of novice director for the Oregon Province of the university as well as directing ministry Jesuits (1980-1982), and was a parish priest on campus and at Georgetown University at St. Leo Church in Tacoma, Wash. (1978- Hospital, Fr. Boroughs was responsible for 1980). A former member of the Board of numerous programs for faculty, staff, stu- Trustees at the University of San Francisco, dents, and alumni which advanced Catholic he also served as a member of the Holy and Jesuit identity. During his eight-year Cross Board of Trustees (2008-2011). tenure at Georgetown, he raised funds to Fr. Boroughs travels frequently for both develop and endow the Calcagnini Contem- professional responsibilities and personal in- plative Center currently under construction, terests. He has relatives in Canada, Scotland, to renovate the historic Dahlgren Chapel, and England; his four siblings live on the Rev. Paul F. Harman, S.J. Michael Lochhead Jacqueline Peterson and to endow positions and programs for West Coast, and he enjoys hiking and outdoor Vice President Vice President for Vice President for the Offi ce of Mission and Ministry. recreation in the Pacifi c Northwest. He has for Mission Administration and Student Affairs and Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, traveled regularly to Kenya, leading a faculty/ Finance Dean of the Students in 1949, Fr. Boroughs was raised in Seattle, staff immersion experience, and in connection the third of fi ve children of the late Robert with his longstanding commitment to support and Catherine Boroughs. He earned his and raise funds for St. Aloysius Gonzaga Sec- B.A. from Gonzaga University in Spokane, ondary School in Nairobi. St. Aloysius serves Wash., in 1973, and received a Master of young people from the slum of Kibera whose Divinity from the Jesuit School of Theology parents have died of AIDS. 3355 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING ATTHLETICHLETIC ADDMINISTRATIONMINISTRATION

RICHARD M. REGAN, JR., DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Richard M. (2001, 2002 and 2003). comprised of 49 athletic administrators and Arthur Andersen & Company in its Boston, Regan, Jr., is now Success is not measured only by wins faculty athletic representatives from around Mass., offi ces, rising to the level of senior in his 15th year and losses, but by other gains as well. In the nation, reports directly to the NCAA’s manager. He then moved to the NFL with as the director of an effort to further increase the number of Division I Board of Directors. The council the New England Patriots, where he served athletics at Holy Crusader teams coached by full-time staff is responsible for adopting operating bylaws in the role of Vice President of Finance from Cross in 2012- members, Regan announced the appoint- and rules to govern Division I, interpreting 1985-1988. 2013. Regan, ment of full-time coaching positions in Division I bylaws, reviewing recommenda- His ties to Mount St. James run deep, whose tenure track, volleyball, women’s lacrosse and soft- tions from the Division I conferences and as he is the third generation of his family to began on July 1, ball. Gender equity has been a major focus universities, and developing and implement- attend Holy Cross. He is the son of Richard 1998, became just of Regan’s administration and he introduced ing the Division I budget. M. Regan (Class of 1950), and the grandson the fourth Holy the college’s fi rst two new varsity sports in Prior to returning to Worcester in July of Harold J. Regan (Class of 1917). Regan’s Cross athletic di- more than 15 years — women’s ice hockey of 1998, Regan worked for NFL Interna- sisters, Mary (Class of 1977) and Ann (Class rector in the last 50 years. “He is smart, full and women’s golf. tional and NFL Europe (formerly the World of 1980), also graduated from Holy Cross. of energy, skilled in fi nancial management Improvements to the athletics facilities League of ). He joined His daughter, Deirdre, graduated from Holy and fully committed to Holy Cross,” said have also been part of Regan’s focus. The the New York offi ce of the World League in Cross in 2006. then Holy Cross president Fr. Gerard Reedy, new Linda Johnson Smith Stadium is home 1991 and was based in London beginning in Born in Providence, R.I., Regan and his S.J., at the time of Regan’s hiring. to not only the men’s and women’s soccer 1992. Over the next several years he lived in wife, Judi, have three daughters — Jennifer, Regan’s fi rst 14 years have been pro- teams, but its unique two-sided stands and London and Edinburgh, and served as man- Deirdre and Colleen. ductive ones for the Crusaders. During this press facilities provide an additional benefi t aging director of the Scottish Claymores, period of time, 19 Holy Cross teams have to home events for fi eld hockey and outdoor vice president of European operations and advanced to NCAA tournament play — in- track and fi eld. In 2009, a new synthetic chief operating offi cer. cluding at least one team in 10 of the last 14 turf facility was opened for use by the foot- When the World League went through seasons. The women’s basketball team has ball, men’s lacrosse and women’s lacrosse a reorganization following the 1992 season, been to the postseason in eight of the last teams. National Football League commissioner 14 years (including six trips to the NCAA The baseball team opened a new on- Paul Tagliabue appointed Regan as manag- Tournament), while the football (2009), campus stadium beginning in the fall of ing director of NFL International, Ltd., to fi eld hockey (1998 and 2000) and women’s 2005. And there have been improvements to oversee and develop the NFL’s business soccer (2000) programs have also made other facilities as well, such as the interests throughout Europe. In that role, NCAA appearances. Regan’s tenure has fi eld, new football and men’s ice hockey he was instrumental in establishing NFL also seen the fi rst-ever NCAA appearances locker rooms, and a video room for the International in Europe and planning and for the men’s ice hockey (2004 and 2006), men’s and women’s basketball teams. executing the NFL’s American Bowl series men’s soccer (2002) and women’s lacrosse In addition to his duties on campus, of international games in London, Dublin, (2006 and 2007) teams. In addition, the Regan has become involved in college ath- Barcelona and Berlin. men’s basketball program has seen a great letic policy on a national scale. A current Regan held the post of managing direc- deal of success under Regan’s watch, having member of the NCAA Division I Men’s tor of Monarch International, Inc., a licens- advanced to postseason play in fi ve of the Soccer Committee, Regan previously served ing and fi nancial consulting fi rm, for three last 12 years, and becoming the fi rst Patriot a term as a Division I-AA representative on years before joining the World League. League team ever to advance to the NCAA the NCAA Division I Management Council After graduating from Holy Cross in tournament in three consecutive seasons from 1999-2004. The Management Council, 1976, Regan spent nine years working for 3366 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING ATTHLETICHLETIC ADDMINISTRATIONMINISTRATION

BILL BELLEROSE ROSEMARY SHEA ANN ZELESKY FRANK MASTRANDREA ASSOCIATE A.D. ASSOCIATE A.D. ASSOCIATE A.D. ASSISTANT A.D. Bill Belle- Now in her In her 24th Frank Mas- rose is in his 21st 26th year at Holy year at Holy trandrea is in his year as associate Cross in 2012- Cross in 2012- 20th year at Holy director of ath- 2013, Rosemary 2013 is Worces- Cross in 2012- letics and busi- Shea joined the ter native Ann 2013, and was ness manager at athletic staff Zelesky, who is named assistant Holy Cross in shortly after responsible for athletic director 2012-2013, a po- earning a bach- the administra- for marketing sition he has held elor’s degree in tion and sched- and media rela- since November English from uling for all the tions for Cru- of 1992. A 1977 Holy Cross in women’s pro- sader athletics in graduate of Holy 1987. Since 1990 grams. In 1995, August of 2000. Cross with a dual degree in Economics and she has served as the athletic department’s Zelesky was promoted to associate athletic A 1988 graduate of Holy Cross with a Accounting, Bellerose handles the day to compliance offi cer, with responsibility director. bachelor’s degree in English, Mastrandrea day fi nancial support of individual teams to assure that the college’s staff, coaches, Zelesky joined the Crusaders in April oversees all marketing and media relations and the athletic department. He is responsi- and student-athletes understand and com- of 1989 after a highly-successful 13-year efforts for the athletic department, includ- ble for preparing and administering the bud- ply with NCAA rules and regulations. She coaching career at St. Peter-Marian High ing all television, radio and internet cover- gets for all 27 varsity sports. Bellerose also monitors eligibility and academic progress School in Worcester. Zelesky’s girl’s bas- age of all of the athletic programs. handles equipment inventories, and much of for all Holy Cross student-athletes and co- ketball squads posted a 272-54 record, Mastrandrea previously served as the Holy Cross’ travel and ticket operations. ordinates an ongoing rules education pro- winning eight Central Massachusetts titles, college’s director of athletic media rela- Prior to his current appointment, Bel- gram for coaches and staff members. seven district championships and one state tions from 1993-2000. While serving as lerose was the college’s purchasing direc- In 2000, Shea was promoted to asso- crown. Her softball teams were 253-21, the director, Mastrandrea was responsible tor for four years, coordinating purchases ciate athletic director and added the duties capturing 10 Central Massachusetts titles, for the publicity and promotion of the for all departments on campus. From 1988 of scheduling for men’s sports. She also nine district crowns and fi ve state cham- school’s 27 varsity sports, with his major through 1993, Bellerose also served as the assists the director of athletics with the pionships. Zelesky, who also served as St. focus on the football and men’s basketball head coach of the Crusader men’s ice hock- overall management of the men’s athletic Peter-Marian’s athletic director for nine programs. ey team. He previously spent time as an as- programs. years, was twice named Massachusetts Mastrandrea earned his law degree sistant coach of the squad from 1977-1988. Shea was a member of the NCAA Coach of the Year for both basketball and from the University of Connecticut School During his days as an undergraduate, Bel- Division I Rowing Committee from 2001- softball, and has been inducted into the of Law in 1991, and worked for the fi rm lerose was a member of the ice hockey team. 2005, serving as the committee’s chair New England Basketball Hall of Fame. of Updike, Kelley & Spellacy as a litigator He still ranks eighth all-time in career points from 2004-2005. She has also represented A 1973 graduate of Worcester State from 1991-1993. (152) and 10th all-time in career goals scored the Patriot League on the NCAA Division I College, Zelesky played volleyball, bas- He and his wife, Joan, reside in (71). In 2002, Bellerose was inducted into the Championship / Sports Management Cabi- ketball, fi eld hockey and softball. She be- Shrewsbury, Mass., with their son, Jacob. Holy Cross Varsity Club Hall of Fame. net since 2008. gan her coaching career at Worcester State Bellerose and his wife, Susan, reside in following her graduation. Zelesky, who Shrewsbury, Mass. Their son, William, Jr., resides in Worcester, has two sons, Brian graduate from Holy Cross in 2012, and their (a 2011 Holy Cross graduate) and Kevin (a daughter, Lauren, is currently a junior. 2012 Holy Cross graduate). 3377 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING ATTHLETICHLETIC DEEPARTMENTPARTMENT STTAFFAFF

Brian Atkins Charles Bare Ray Bolger Tina Borrelli Anthony Cerundolo Kevan Donovan Athletic Trainer Media Relations Equipment Cheerleading Athletic Trainer Compliance

Linda George Brittany Keil Amanda Kelley Adam Krinsky Jessica Liebner Bob Neville Business Offi ce Strength/Conditioning Athletic Trainer Equipment Events/Promotions Facilities

Jeff Oliver Jamie Reynolds Nicolas Ryan Jim Sarkisian Jennifer Whipple Jim Wrobel Strength/Conditioning Media Relations/Video Facilities Media Relations Fundraising Media Relations 3388 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING THHEE PAATRIOTTRIOT LEEAGUEAGUE

Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 24 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. Boston University will join the Patriot League as a full member beginning in the 2013-2014 school year. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked fi rst each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League fi nished at the top spot with nearly all of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 84 teams from Patriot League full-member institutions earned NCAA Academic Performance Program

PATRIOT LEAGUE STAFF Carolyn Schlie Femovich...... Executive Director Richard Wanninger . . Associate Executive Director Public Recognition Awards after posting academic progress • Navy won the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup for the fi rst Ginger Fulton ...... Associate Executive Director rate scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their time in school history, and also won the women’s title. Deb Herman . .Executive Assistant / Business Manager respective sports. Lehigh edged the Mids for the men’s crown. Darlene Gordon . .Director of Championships / Business Operations The Patriot League’s mission is simple, to provide • Lehigh, a No. 15 seed, defeated No. 2 seed Duke 75-70 Matt Dougherty ...... Media Relations Director successful competitive athletic experiences while in a second-round NCAA Tournament game on March 16. James Greene . . .Assistant Media Relations Director maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its The victory was nominated for “best upset” at the ESPYs. Quinton Smith . . Assistant Director for Compliance / Sportstudent-athletes Management to be leaders in society. • Colgate’s Peter Baum became the fi rst player in Patriot Jimmy Johnson. .Coordinator of Multimedia Services During the 2011-2012 academic year, Patriot League League history to win the Tewaaraton Award as the top student-athletes and teams accomplished the following: collegiate lacrosse player, and also claimed the Lt. Enners THE PATRIOT LEAGUE • In the latest release of NCAA Academic Progress Rate, Award for the same distinction. 3773 Corporate Parkway, Suite 190 94 percent of Patriot League teams scored at or above the • Colgate’s Elise DeRoo was named the Patriot League Center Valley, PA 18034 national Division I four-year average score of 973. Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, while Army’s Brendan www.patriotleague.com • 79 Patriot League teams, and 84 overall from full-member Buckley won the Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year award. Phone: (610) 289-1950 institutions, earned Public Recognition Awards from the • DeRoo was also one of two nominees from the Patriot Fax: (610) 289-1952 NCAA for fi nishing in the top 10 percent of all teams in League for the NCAA Woman of the Year award, along the most recent four-year APR scores. with Navy’s Jess Palacio. 3399 22012-2013012-2013OOLY HLY CRROSSOSS SWWIMMINGIMMIN G& DIIVINGVING THHEE PAATRIOTTRIOT LEEAGUEAGUE

• 10 student-athletes were named Capital One Academic • Lehigh defeated CAA champion Towson 40-38 in • American’s John Pope won the Male Sportsmanship All-Americans, including fi rst-team selections for Army’s the second round of the NCAA Division I Football Award, the fi rst cross country runner and fi rst Eagle to claim Brendan Buckley (lacrosse), Army’s Zach Price (baseball), Championship on Dec. 3 to become the fi rst Patriot League the honor, while Holy Cross’ Katelynn Hartnett became the Bucknell’s Tim Bolte (football) and Lehigh’s Jennifer team since 2003 to advance to the quarterfi nal round. The fi rst Crusader to win the Female Sportsmanship Award. Colquhoun (softball). Mountain Hawks went on to fi nish at No. 5 in The Sports • Army’s Zach Price and Lehigh’s Julie Fernandez were • 48 student-athletes earned Capital One Academic All- Network/Fathead.com top 25 and won the ECAC FCS named second team Lowe’s Senior CLASS All-Americans District recognition. Lambert Cup. in baseball and softball, respectively. • It was the fi rst time in Patriot League men’s basketball • Colgate upset previously unbeaten UMass, 13-11, in the • Four Patriot Leaguers signed NFL free agent contracts history that three teams played in the postseason tournament: fi rst round of the NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament on for the 2012 season. Lehigh (NCAA), Bucknell (NIT), American (CIT). May 12. • Army’s William Park became the second Patriot Leaguer • For just the second time in men’s basketball history, two • Colgate and Lehigh both fi nished in the top 10 of the fi nal ever to earn an appearance in the NCAA golf regionals. teams won a postseason game as Bucknell beat Arizona Nike / Inside Lacrosse media rankings, with the Raiders at • Lehigh brothers Cameron and Roman Lao-Gosney earned 65-54 in the fi rst round of the NIT on March 14. No. 8 and the Mountain Hawks at No. 9. USILA Scholar All-America honors. • For the first time in League history, three women’s • Colgate’s Peter Baum was one of eight Patriot Leaguers • Colgate’s Jimmy McLaughlin and Steven Miller moved on basketball teams earned postseason bids, as Navy went to to earn USILA All-America honors, and the only student- to play for Major League Soccer clubs, as McLaughlin was the NCAA Tournament, American to the WNIT and Holy athlete on the fi rst team. signed by the Philadelphia Union and Miller was picked in Cross to the WBI. In addition, the Crusaders defeated New • Jess Palacio (Navy) was a second-team All-America the supplemental draft by the Montreal Impact. Hampshire in the fi rst round of the WBI, giving the League selection by the United States Track & Field and Cross • Bucknell’s Brendan Burgdorf earned NSCAA Scholar its fi rst postseason victory since 1991. Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) and competed All-America fi rst team honors while Army’s Jeff Pickett • American became the fi rst women’s basketball team to at both the NCAA cross country and indoor track and fi eld made the third team. post a perfect 14-0 mark in Patriot League play. championships. • Navy’s Zack Duncavage placed 16th in the discus and • Lehigh’s C.J. McCollum was named ECAC Men’s • Navy’s Laura Gorinski was invited to the NCAA women’s Bucknell’s Leonard Joseph placed 17th in the hammer Basketball Player of the Year as well as an honorable swimming championship, where she competed in the 200 throw at the NCAA Division I men’s track and fi eld outdoor mention AP All-American. individual medley and 100 and 200 breaststroke events. championship, with Duncavage earning second-team All- • Lehigh’s Chris Lum fi nished in second place for the Walter • Lehigh’s Jennifer Colquhoun was named the ECAC America status for his performance. Payton award and was named ECAC FCS Offensive Player Softball Player of the Year. • Navy’s Katherine Ashton became the fi rst rowing All- of the Year while earning multiple All-America honors. • Army junior pitcher Chris Rowley earned second-team American from the Patriot League since 2007 when she • Georgetown’s Andrew Schaetzke fi nished fourth in the All-America honors from two organizations while teammate was named to the second team by CRCA. voting for the Buck Buchanan Award, was honored as Kevin McKague garnered third-team honors. Both players • Navy, which won the Patriot League women’s lacrosse ECAC FCS Defensive Player of the Year and became the were also up for national awards throughout the season. championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, was ninth player in Patriot League history to earn consensus • Army fi nished the season with 41 wins, which was the most ranked 19th in the fi nal deBeer media poll of the season. FCS All-America honors from the four major awarding by any Patriot League baseball team in history. • The American fi eld hockey team was recognized by the organizations. • Five players were selected in the fi rst 23 rounds of the MLB National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) as • Eight players were named FCS All-Americans overall, with Draft, the most in that span in Patriot League history. having the highest team grade-point average in the country Lehigh’s Ryan Spadola and Bucknell’s Bryce Robertson • Colgate’s Chris Johnson became the fourth men’s cross at 3.55. Moreover, all six League squads were singled out joining Schaetzke as fi rst-team selections. country runner to represent the Patriot League in the NCAA by the organization for having team GPAs above 3.0. championships.