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Rosters

YearNo.NamePos.College
20143Abbott, MattSSDMSyracuse
201414Adams, DrewGPenn State
197820Arena, BruceMCornell
197412Arena, BruceMCornell
197411Avena, RichDMaryland
196729Baldwin, FurlongDPrinceton
19748Bauer, TedMWashington & Lee
19676Beatson, JohnMDenison
201421Belisle, MitchDCornell
200217Benson, BobbyAJohns Hopkins
201436Bernhardt, JesseDMaryland
19823Beroza, BillGRoanoke
196723Biddison, TomMJohns Hopkins
19783Blick, RickGHobart
201014Boyle, RyanAPrinceton
200614Boyle, RyanAPrinceton
200214Boyle, RyanAPrinceton
19678Boynton, GeorgeAWilliams
19988Breschi, JoeDNorth Carolina
199434Breschi, JoeDNorth Carolina
200224Bross, ScottMDuke
19909Bubier, CraigAJohns Hopkins
201427Buchanan, KevinMOhio State
1990Burke, JimDCortland
198627Burke, JimDCortland
198227Burke, JimDCortland
20144Burns, DanSSDMMaryland
19869Byrne, SteveDVirginia
20065Cantabene, PaulMLoyola
201032Cassese, KevinMDuke
200644Cassese, KevinMDuke
200232Cassese, KevinMDuke
197426Chadwick, SterlingGWashington & Lee
20104Cinosky, JoeDMaryland
200223Coffman, JoshA/MSyracuse
197425Cohen, BruceACornell
199831Colburn, ZachDPenn
199431Colburn, ZachDPenn
199031Colburn, ZachDPenn
20063Colsey, RoyMSyracuse
200637Cook, ChristianDPrinceton
198210Cook, JeffAJohns Hopkins
19944Cook, KevinACornell
19904Cook, KevinACornell
198635Cox, RandyDNorth Carolina
19743Coy, PeteDVirginia
201422Crotty, NedADuke
201012Crotty, NedMDuke
199010Crowley, MattMCornell
198618Crowley, MattMCornell
199815Curry, DavidMVirginia
199414Curry, ToddMSyracuse
198616Curry, ToddMSyracuse
20066Curtis, RyanDVirginia
198620Darcangelo, JimMTowson
198220Darcangelo, JimMTowson
197821Darcangelo, JimMTowson
196716Darrell, Kent "Skip"AJohns Hopkins
199841DeTommaso, JohnDJohns Hopkins
199441DeTommaso, JohnDJohns Hopkins
199041DeTommaso, JohnDJohns Hopkins
198641DeTommaso, JohnDJohns Hopkins
197810Devine, DaveDCornell
201021Dixon, KyleMVirginia
199410Dixon, LindsayMTowson
20106Dougherty, BrianGMaryland
199825Dougherty, BrianGMaryland
200211Doyle, ScottMGeorgetown
201036Driscoll, DJDNotre Dame
198632Driscoll, JohnMVirginia
198232Driscoll, JohnMVirginia
197413Duquette, TomAVirginia
201451Durkin, TuckerDJohns Hopkins
200219Dusseau, SteveMGeorgetown
201424Eck, ChrisFOColgate
198219Engelke, BobAAdelphi
199024Engelke, NormMCornell
198624Engelke, NormMCornell
198222Engelke, NormMCornell
201433Evans, MichaelDJohns Hopkins
198228Fay, JohnMNew Hampshire
199811Finneran, KevinMOhio Wesleyan 
201417Fletcher, JoeDLoyola
199425Flynn, ChrisMPenn
199013Ford, MaxANorth Carolina
197416Fraser, RonMSyracuse
201044Fullerton, AdamGArmy
196727Fusting, GeneAWashington College
200611Gagliardi, JohnDJohns Hopkins
201415Galloway, JohnGSyracuse
200615Garrity, ChrisGPenn State
200218Glatzel, JohnDSyracuse
198223Glipp, GaryDUMBC
1967Goertemiller, TimMaryland
199015Goldstein, TimACornell
198244Greenberg, MarkDJohns Hopkins
198221Griebe, BobATowson
197841Griebe, BobATowson
198623Grieves, DickyMWashington College
198640Griffin, JohnGCornell
196721Hamilton, PatrickMMaryland
201418Harrison, KyleSSDMJohns Hopkins
200618Harrison, KyleMJohns Hopkins
201481Hartzell, KyleDSalisbury
200612Haugen, A.J.MJohns Hopkins
197419Haugevik, EdDRutgers
199027Henrickson, BobMCornell
198224Henrickson, BobMCornell
197822Henrickson, BobMCornell
19947Hiller, ScottAMassachusetts
20141Holman, MarcusANorth Carolina
200242Howley, MikeDMaryland
199816Hubbard, JesseAPrinceton
19901Jackson, JeffMHampden-Sydney
199840Jackson, ReidDRutgers
199824Jacobs, PeterMJohns Hopkins
197823Jaeger, CraigMCornell
200610Jalbert, JayMVirginia
198242Kane, ChrisDCornell
197811Kane, ChrisDCornell
196713Kappler, JimGMaryland
201425Karalunas, BrianDVillanova
198218Keigler, TomDWashington & Lee
197812Keigler, TomDWashington & Lee
200243Knowles, TimDDuke
196726Koch, MikeDVirginia
199030Kotz, BradMSyracuse
198630Kotz, BradMSyracuse
198241Kovar, JoeDAdelphi
197417Kowalchuk, RickMJohns Hopkins
197420Kowalski, StanMCortland
19675Krongard, Alvin "Buzz"MPrinceton
198633Krumenacker, JohnMJohns Hopkins
198611Lamon, JohnAMaryland
200225LaMonica, ChrisGHartford
20028Lavey, KevinMDelaware
20024Law, MichaelMDenver
201431Lawson, DavidMDuke
196714Levasseur, James "Hy"MVirginia
201419Leveille, KevinAMassachusetts
201091Leveille, MikeASyracuse
197825Lichtfuss, SkipMWashington & Lee
19982LoCascio, SalGMassachusetts
199422LoCascio, SalGMassachusetts
199022LoCascio, SalGMassachusetts
199823Lockwood, CharlieMSyracuse
199423Lockwood, CharlieMSyracuse
198613Long, JeffANavy
197842Long, JeffANavy
196719Lovell, JimABaltimore
197414Lowe, AlanAMaryland
200212Lowe, DarrenABrown
199812Lowe, DarrenABrown
200216Lowe, KevinAPrinceton
19787Mackesey, DanGCornell
201410Mackrides, MattMPenn State
19672Mallonee, Steve "Lucky"MJohns Hopkins
201439Marasco, JoJoMSyracuse
19987Marchant, MilfordMJohns Hopkins
19828Marino, BillyMCornell
197826Marino, BillyMCornell
199416Marino, ButchMDelaware
197827Marino, PhilMHofstra
19906Marino, RoddyAVirginia
19866Marino, RoddyAVirginia
20105Martin, EricDSalisbury
200629McCabe, PatDSyracuse
199829McCabe, PatDSyracuse
201034McClay, RyanDCornell
200234McClay, RyanDCornell
197843McEneaney, EamonACornell
19908McGeeney, GeorgeDUMBC
19868McGeeney, GeorgeDUMBC
199020McIntee, TimMC.W. Post
196732Merrick, BobYale
199025Miles, GlenMNavy
19983Miller, BillAHobart
199413Miller, BillAHobart
200621Miller, BlakeMHofstra
199826Miller, BlakeMHofstra
19989Millon, MarkAMassachusetts
19949Millon, MarkAMassachusetts
199428Millon, TonyMHofstra
19673Miser, BobAArmy
199444Mitchell, SteveDJohns Hopkins
199044Mitchell, SteveDJohns Hopkins
20026Mollett, RyanDPrinceton
19943Morrill, MikeAJohns Hopkins
19903Morrill, MikeAJohns Hopkins
199817Morrow, DavidDPrinceton
199417Morrow, DavidDPrinceton
20142Mundorf, BrendanAUMBC
20102Mundorf, BrendanAUMBC
201027Nadelen, ShawnDJohns Hopkins
199014Natoli, RandyMVirginia
198614Natoli, RandyMVirginia
197828NcNaney, DaveMHobart
197423O'Meally, PatAMaryland
19827O'Neill, MikeAJohns Hopkins
19907Opie, FredDSyracuse
198215Page, MikeMPenn
201432Pannell, RobACornell
201020Peyser, StephenMJohns Hopkins
199443Pietramala, DaveDJohns Hopkins
199043Pietramala, DaveDJohns Hopkins
200641Polanco, NickyDHofstra
197844Postel, TomAC.W. Post
19744Postel, TomAC.W. Post
19742Potter, JimMVirginia
200622Powell, CaseyASyracuse
199822Powell, CaseyASyracuse
20067Powell, MichaelASyracuse
200222Powell, MichaelASyracuse
201022Powell, RyanASyracuse
20061Powell, RyanASyracuse
19863Powers, RandyADelaware
199421Quinn, LarryGJohns Hopkins
199021Quinn, LarryGJohns Hopkins
198622Quinn, LarryGJohns Hopkins
201499Rabil, PaulMJohns Hopkins
201099Rabil, PaulMJohns Hopkins
198230Radebaugh, DougMMaryland
197829Radebaugh, DougMMaryland
200627Rassas, ToddDNotre Dame
200227Rassas, ToddDNotre Dame
196724Reckner, GeneDMaryland
199034Resch, TonyDYale
201428Reynolds, JeffSSDMMaryland
196720Riggs, FrankDNorth Carolina
2002Ross, AndyMNavy
199813Ross, AndyMNavy
197422Rule, BobGCornell
196730Ruppersberger, DutchDMaryland
201025Schiller, ChrisMPenn State
19946Schimoler, PaulGCornell
199040Schimoler, PaulGCornell
196711Schlenger, BobAVirginia
198625Schneck, BrendanAJohns Hopkins
198225Schneck, BrendanAJohns Hopkins
19745Schreiber, DougMMaryland
19749Schroeder, SteveMMIT
20025Schurr, TimDWashington & Lee
201491Schwartzman, JesseGJohns Hopkins
200630Scott UrickAGeorgetown
19822Sears, TommyGNorth Carolina
201442Seibald, MaxMCornell
201042Seibald, MaxMCornell
196718Seivold, AlMJohns Hopkins
196717Seivold, JoeMWashington College
198621Seivold, JoeMNorth Carolina
200626Shanahan, DougMHofstra
200226Shanahan, DougMHofstra
197424Shaw, BobMCornell
199819Shek, RobMTowson
199419Shek, RobMTowson
196715Silverwood, BobAVirginia
201011Smith, AlexMDelaware
201423Snider, DrewMMaryland
199412Sombrotto, VinnieMHofstra
199012Sombrotto, VinnieMHofstra
198612Sombrotto, VinnieMHofstra
198212Sombrotto, VinnieMHofstra
199833Soudan, TimMMassachusetts
199433Soudan, TimMMassachusetts
20146Stanwick, SteeleAVirginia
197814Starsia, DomDBrown
197434Story, LarryDYale
20109Striebel, MattMPrinceton
20069Striebel, MattMPrinceton
20029Striebel, MattMPrinceton
20107Sweeney, KyleDGeorgetown
20064Sweeney, KyleDGeorgetown
19829Sweet, BrooksAMassachusetts
197415Thearle, MikeDMaryland
19741Thomas, JackAJohns Hopkins
20149Thul, GarrettAArmy
196710Tiedemann, AdMMaryland
200613Tierney, TrevorGPrinceton
200213Tierney, TrevorGPrinceton
197815Townsend, DennisDJohns Hopkins
199821Traynor, GregMVirginia
19746Trenz, JimACornell
19942Tucker, JohnMJohns Hopkins
19902Tucker, JohnMJohns Hopkins
19862Tucker, JohnMJohns Hopkins
197421Urso, FrankMMaryland
198644Vencak, BobDRutgers
19986Voelker, BrianDJohns Hopkins
19945Voelker, BrianDJohns Hopkins
199847Wade, RyanMNorth Carolina
199447Wade, RyanMNorth Carolina
197816Waldvogel, MikeDCortland
197418Waldvogel, MikeDCortland
200617Walters, JoeAMaryland
197845Warfield, DaveAWashington & Lee
19984Watson, MichaelAVirginia
197410Werner, RichieMVirginia
201026Westervelt, DrewAUMBC
198615Wood, BrianAJohns Hopkins
201010Zash, MattMDuke
201429Zink, LeeDMaryland

Total Players (Unique)

SchoolCount
Adelphi2
Army3
Baltimore1
Brown3 (2)
C.W. Post3 (2)
Colgate1
Cornell34 (22)
Cortland6 (3)
Delaware4
Denison1
Denver1
Duke9 (6)
Georgetown5 (4)
Hampton-Sydney1
Hartford1
Hobart4 (3)
Hofstra11 (6)
Johns Hopkins47 (33)
Loyola2
Maryland25 (23)
Massachusetts10 (6)
MIT1
Navy5 (3)
New Hampshire1
North Carolina10 (8)
Notre Dame3 (2)
Ohio State1
Ohio Wesleyan1
Penn5 (3)
Penn State4
Princeton16 (10)
Roanoke1
Rutgers3
Salisbury2
Syracuse23 (16)
Towson8 (4)
UMBC6 (4)
Villanova1
Virginia22 (19)
Washington & Lee7 (6)
Washington College3
Williams1
Yale3
TOTAL301 (224)

FIL World Champions

After dropping a pool play decision for the first time in tournament history (to Canada), Team USA avenged the loss and regained the gold with a 12-10 championship game victory over the Canadians in Manchester, England. Ned Crotty, the lone collegian on the U.S. squad, scored the game-winner, and MVP Paul Rabil was among six Americans named to the All-World team.

2010 U.S. Men's National Team Roster

Roster

No.NamePos.Current TeamCollege
2Brendan MundorfADenver OutlawsUMBC '06
4Joe CinoskyDChesapeake BayhawksMaryland '09
5Eric MartinDDenver OutlawsSalisbury '04
6Brian Dougherty #GGMH Lacrosse ClubMaryland '96
7Kyle Sweeney*DBoston CannonsGeorgetown '03
9Matt Striebel*^MMachinePrinceton '01
10Matt ZashMLong Island LizardsDuke '06
11Alex SmithMChesapeake BayhawksDelaware '07
12Ned CrottyMMachineDuke '10
14Ryan Boyle*^ABoston CannonsPrinceton '04
20Stephen PeyserMLong Island LizardsJohns Hopkins '08
21Kyle DixonMChesapeake BayhawksVirginia '06
22Ryan Powell*ATeam RhinoSyracuse '00
25Chris SchillerMSCOGPenn State '99
26Drew WesterveltADenver OutlawsUMBC '07
27Shawn NadelenDChesapeake BayhawksJohns Hopkins '01
32Kevin Cassese*^MBrooklyn Lacrosse ClubDuke '03
34Ryan McClay^DBoston CannonsCornell '03
36DJ DriscollDMachineNotre Dame '06
42Max SeibaldMDenver OutlawsCornell '09
44Adam FullertonGDenver OutlawsArmy '08
91Mike LeveilleAMachineSyracuse '08
99Paul RabilMBoston CannonsJohns Hopkins '08

Alternates

No.NamePos.Current TeamCollege
3Matt AbbottMChesapeake BayhawksSyracuse '09
19Kevin LeveilleAMachineMassachusetts '03
29Lee ZinkDDenver OutlawsMaryland '04
80Parker McKeeDLong Island LizardsDuke '10

* Member of 2006 U.S. Men's National Team
^ Member of 2002 U.S. Men's National Team
# Member of 1998 U.S. Men's National Team

Captains: Kevin Cassese, Ryan Powell
MVP: Paul Rabil
Best Midfielder: Paul Rabil
All-World Team: Brendan Mundorf, Mike Leveille, Paul Rabil, Max Seibald, Kyle Sweeney, Ryan McClay

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Mike Pressler (Bryant)
Assistant Coaches: Joe Alberici (Army), Tony Resch (Long Island Lizards), Rick Sowell (Stony Brook)
Faceoff Consultant: Paul Cantabene (Stevenson)

ILF World Runner-up

Canada ended the U.S. stranglehold in 2006, winning on its home soil (London, Ontario) by a 15-10 score. Twenty-one nations competed in the event and the U.S. was undefeated heading into the championship game by virtue of a wild 13-12 victory over Canada in round-robin play. Canada won 20 of 28 faceoffs in the championship game to help wrap up the victory. Jay Jalbert was named the outstanding midfielder at the championships and was joined on the all-world team by Michael Powell and John Gagliardi.

2006 U.S. Men's National Team Roster

Roster

No.NamePos.Current TeamCollege
1Ryan PowellASan Francisco DragonsSyracuse '00
3Roy ColseyMPhiladelphia BarrageSyracuse '95
4Kyle SweeneyDPhiladelphia BarrageGeorgetown '03
5Paul CantabeneMPhiladelphia BarrageLoyola '93
6Ryan CurtisDBoston CannonsVirginia '00
7Michael Powell*ABoston CannonsSyracuse '04
9Matt Striebel*MPhiladelphia BarragePrinceton '01
10Jay JalbertMLong Island LizardsVirginia '00
11John GagliardiDLong Island LizardsJohns Hopkins '97
12A.J. HaugenMNew Jersey PrideJohns Hopkins '00
13Trevor Tierney*GDenver OutlawsPrinceton '01
14Ryan Boyle*APhiladelphia BarragePrinceton '04
15Chris GarrityGBoston CannonsPenn State '03
17Joe WaltersARochester RattlersMaryland '06
18Kyle HarrisonMNew Jersey PrideJohns Hopkins '05
21Blake Miller*MLong Island LizardsHofstra '96
22Casey Powell^ARochester RattlersSyracuse '98
26Doug Shanahan*MChicago MachineHofstra '01
27Todd Rassas*DChicago MachineNotre Dame '98
29Pat McCabe^DLong Island LizardsSyracuse '91
30Scott UrickANew Jersey Pride Georgetown '00
37Christian CookDBaltimore BayhawksPrinceton '98
41Nicky PolancoDLong Island LizardsHofstra '02
44Kevin Cassese*MRochester RattlersDuke '03

* Member of 2002 U.S. Men's National Team
^ Member of 1998 U.S. Men's National Team

Best Midfielder: Jay Jalbert
All-World Team: John Gagliardi, Jay Jalbert, Michael Powell

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: John Desko (Syracuse)
Assistant Coaches: Mike Caravana (Woodbury Forest), Matt Kerwick (Hobart), Scott Marr (Albany)

ILF World Champions

The U.S. entered the 2002 championship (14 nations competing) in Perth, Australia, playing the rare role of underdog. With so many of the nation’s top players choosing to play in the newly-formed Major League Lacrosse, the U.S. roster was a collection of primarily college players or recent college graduates. Darren Lowe, the lone returning player from the 1998 U.S. team, provided leadership and a team-high 30 points while Doug Shanahan earned MVP honors following a four-goal performance in an 18-15 victory over Canada for the title.

2002 U.S. Men's National Team Roster

Roster

No.NamePos.College
4Michael LawMDenver
5Tim SchurrDWashington & Lee
6Ryan MollettDPrinceton
8Kevin LaveyMDelaware
9Matt StriebelMPrinceton
11Scott DoyleMGeorgetown
12Darren Lowe*ABrown
13Trevor TierneyGPrinceton
14Ryan BoyleAPrinceton
16Kevin LoweAPrinceton
17Bobby BensonAJohns Hopkins
18John GlatzelDSyracuse
19Steve DusseauMGeorgetown
22Michael PowellASyracuse
23Josh CoffmanA/MSyracuse
24Scott BrossMDuke
25Chris LaMonicaGHartford
26Doug ShanahanMHofstra
27Todd RassasDNotre Dame
32Kevin CasseseMDuke
34Ryan McClayDCornell
42Mike HowleyDMaryland
43Tim KnowlesDDuke
 Andy Ross*MNavy

* Member of 1998 U.S. Men's National Team

Best Goalie: Trevor Tierney
Best Defender: Ryan McClay
Best Midfielder: Doug Shanahan
All-World Team: Darren Lowe, Ryan McClay, Ryan Mollett, Doug Shanahan, Trevor Tierney

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Jack Emmer (Army)
Assistant Coaches: Ron Fraser (Brine LC), Mike Pressler (Duke), Ray Rostan (Hampton-Sydney)

ILF World Champions

The 1998 championship returned to Baltimore with a record 11 nations competing. In a game referred to by some as the best game ever played, Canada rallied from an 11-1 deficit in the third quarter to force overtime before the U.S. eventually won, 15-14, before 10,793 fans at Homewood Field. LoCascio made a record 32 saves for the U.S., including five in the overtime period.

1998 U.S. Men's National Team Roster

Roster

No.NamePos.College
2Sal LoCascio*^GMassachusetts
3Bill Miller*AHobart
4Michael WatsonAVirginia
6Brian Voelker*DJohns Hopkins
7Milford MarchantMJohns Hopkins
8Joe Breschi*DNorth Carolina
9Mark Millon*AMassachusetts
11Kevin FinneranMOhio Wesleyan 
12Darren LoweABrown
13Andy RossMNavy
15David CurryMVirginia
16Jesse HubbardAPrinceton
17David MorrowDPrinceton
19Rob Shek*MTowson
21Greg TraynorMVirginia
22Casey PowellASyracuse
23Charlie Lockwood*MSyracuse
24Peter JacobsMJohns Hopkins
25Brian DoughertyGMaryland
26Blake MillerMHofstra
29Pat McCabeDSyracuse
31Zack Colburn*^DPennsylvania
33Tim Soudan*MMassachusetts
40Reid JacksonDRutgers
41John DeTommaso*^#DJohns Hopkins
47Ryan Wade*MNorth Carolina

* Member of 1994 U.S. Men's National Team
^ Member of 1990 U.S. Men's National Team
# Member of 1986 U.S. Men's National Team

Best and Fairest Player: Ryan Wade
Best Defender: Brian Voelker Best Attackman: Mark Millon All-World Team: Darren Lowe, Mark Millon, David Morrow, Brian Voelker, Ryan Wade

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Bill Tierney (Princeton)
Assistant Coaches: Bill Beroza, Jeff Long, Paul Wehrum

ILF World Champions

Japan joined the field for the 1994 championship in Manchester, England as the U.S. dominated the competition, including a 21-7 victory over Australia in the championship. Mark Millon set a U.S. team record with 41 points in the championship and the U.S. defense, anchored by future National Lacrosse Hall of Fame members John DeTommaso, Sal LoCascio and Pietramala, limited its seven opponents to just 44 goals.

1994 U.S. Men's National Team Roster

Roster

No.NamePos.College
2John Tucker*^MJohns Hopkins
3Mike Morrill*AJohns Hopkins
4Kevin Cook*ACornell
5Brian VoelkerDJohns Hopkins
6Paul Schimoler*GCornell
7Scott HillerAMassachusetts
9Mark MillonAMassachusetts
10Lindsay DixonMTowson
12Vinnie Sombrotto*^#MHofstra
13Bill MillerAHobart
14Todd Curry^MSyracuse
16Butch MarinoMDelaware
17David Morrow*DPrinceton
19Rob ShekMTowson
21Larry Quinn*^GJohns Hopkins
22Sal LoCascio*GMassachusetts
23Charlie LockwoodMSyracuse
25Chris FlynnMPennsylvania
28Tony MillonMHofstra
31Zack Colburn*DPennsylvania
33Tim SoudanMMassachusetts
34Joe BreschiDNorth Carolina
41John DeTommaso*^DJohns Hopkins
43Dave Pietramala*DJohns Hopkins
44Steve Mitchell*DJohns Hopkins
47Ryan WadeMNorth Carolina

* Member of 1990 U.S. Men's National Team
^ Member of 1986 U.S. Men's National Team
# Member of 1982 U.S. Men's National Team

Best and Fairest Player: Mark Millon
Best Goalie: Sal LoCascio
Best Defender: John DeTommaso
All-World Team: John DeTommaso, Sal Locascio, Mark Millon, Mike Morrill, Dave Pietramala

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Tony Seaman
Assistant Coaches: Fred Acee, Dave Cottle, Skip Lichtfuss

ILF World Champions

The 1990 ILF championship in Perth, Australia saw the first expansion of the event since its inception with the addition of the Iroquois Nationals to the field. The U.S. team came out on top with a 19-15 victory over Canada for the title while Dave Pietramala became the first U.S. team player to be named MVP of the event since Jack Thomas in 1974.

1990 U.S. Men's National Team Roster

Roster

No.NamePos.College
1Jeff JacksonMHampden-Sydney
2John Tucker*MJohns Hopkins
3Mike MorrillAJohns Hopkins
4Kevin CookACornell
6Roddy Marino*AVirginia
7Fred OpieDSyracuse
8George McGeeney*DUMBC
9Craig BubierAJohns Hopkins
10Matt Crowley*MCornell
12Vinnie Sombrotto*^MHofstra
13Mac FordANorth Carolina
14Randy Natoli*MVirginia
15Tim GoldsteinACornell
20Tim McInteeMC.W. Post
21Larry Quinn*GJohns Hopkins
22Sal LoCascioGMassachusetts
24Norm Engelke*^MCornell
25Glen MilesMNavy
27Bob Hendrickson^#MCornell
30Brad Kotz*MSyracuse
31Zack ColburnDPennsylvania
34Tony ReschDYale
40Paul SchimolerGCornell
41John DeTommaso*DJohns Hopkins
43Dave PietramalaDJohns Hopkins
44Steve MitchellDJohns Hopkins
 Jim Burke*^DCortland

* Member of 1986 U.S. Men's National Team
^ Member of 1982 U.S. Men's National Team
# Member of 1978 U.S. Men's National Team

Best and Fairest Player: Dave Pietramala
Best Defender: Dave Pietramala
Best Midfielder: Brad Kotz
Best Attackman: Mac Ford
All-World Team: Mac Ford, Brad Kotz, Roddy Marino, Steve Mitchell, Dave Pietramala, John Tucker

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Arlyn Marshall
Assistant Coaches: Terry Corcoran, Mike Waldvogel

ILF World Champions

Canada served as host of the 1986 ILF championship in Toronto, Ontario and advanced to the final game before falling to the U.S. 18-9 for the title. Three-time U.S. team goalie Larry Quinn led a contingent of five U.S. players on the All-World team.

1986 U.S. Men's National Team Roster

Roster

No.NamePos.College
2John TuckerMJohns Hopkins
3Randy PowersADelaware
6Roddy MarinoAVirginia
8George McGeeneyDUMBC
9Steve ByrneDVirginia
11John LamonAMaryland
12Vinnie Sombrotto*MHofstra
13Jeff Long^ANavy
14Randy NatoliMVirginia
15Brian WoodAJohns Hopkins
16Todd CurryMSyracuse
18Matt CrowleyMCornell
20Jim Darcangelo*^MTowson
21Joey SeivoldMNorth Carolina
22Larry QuinnGJohns Hopkins
23Dicky GrievesMWashington College
24Norm Engelke*MCornell
25Brendan Schneck*AJohns Hopkins
27Jim Burke*DCortland
30Brad KotzMSyracuse
32John Driscoll*MVirginia
33John KrumenackerMJohns Hopkins
35Randy CoxDNorth Carolina
40John GriffinGCornell
41John DeTommasoDJohns Hopkins
44Bob VencakDRutgers

* Member of 1982 U.S. Men's National Team
^ Member of 1978 U.S. Men's National Team

Best Goalie: Larry Quinn
Best Defender: Jim Burke
Best Attackman: Roddy Marino
All-World Team: Jim Burke, Roddy Marino, Larry Quinn, John Tucker, Bob Vencak

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Dave Urick
Assistant Coaches: Don Zimmerman, Tom Postel

ILF World Champions

The ILF event came to the United States for the first time in 1982 and the U.S. recaptured the championship trophy in Baltimore with a 22-14 victory over Australia. Vinnie Sombrotto, who would eventually play on four U.S. teams, was one of six U.S. players named to the inaugural All-World team.

1982 U.S. Men's National Team Roster

Roster

No.NamePos.College
2Tommy SearsGNorth Carolina
3Bill BerozaGRoanoke
7Mike O'NeillAJohns Hopkins
8Billy Marino*MCornell
9Brooks SweetAMassachusetts
10Jeff CookAJohns Hopkins
12Vinnie SombrottoMHofstra
15Mike PageMPennsylvania
18Tom Keigler*DWashington & Lee
19Bob EngelkeAAdelphi
20Jim Darcangelo*MTowson
21Bob Griebe*ATowson
22Norm EngelkeMCornell
23Gary ClippDUMBC
24Bob Hendrickson*MCornell
25Brendan Schneck AJohns Hopkins
27Jim BurkeDCortland
28John FayMNew Hampshire
30Doug Radebaugh*MMaryland
32John DriscollMVirginia
41Joe KovarDAdelphi
42Chris Kane*DCornell
44Mark GreenbergDJohns Hopkins

* Member of 1978 U.S. Men's National Team
^ Member of 1974 U.S. Men's National Team

Best Goalkeeper: Tommy Sears
Best Defender Mark Greenberg
Best Attackman Brooks Sweet
All-World Team Mark Greenberg, Chris Kane, Brendan Schneck, Tommy Sears, Vinny Sombrotto, Brooks Sweet

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Tom Flatley
Assistant Coaches: Willie Scroggs, Dave Urick

ILF World Runner-up

The 1978 ILF World Championship in Manchester, England featured the biggest upset in the event’s history. The U.S. dominated Canada 28-4 in roundrobin play, but in the championship match Canada stunned the U.S. 17-16 in overtime. Stan Cockerton, who had played collegiate lacrosse in the U.S. at North Carolina State, had six goals and three assists to lead the Canadians to the improbable victory. At the time, it marked the only loss for the U.S. in the ILF championship.

1978 U.S. Men's National Team Roster

Roster

No.NamePos.College
3Rick BlickGHobart
7Dan MackeseyGCornell
10Dave DevineDCornell
11Chris KaneDCornell
12Tom KeiglerDWashington & Lee
14Dom StarsiaDBrown
15Dennis TownsendDJohns Hopkins
16Mike Waldvogel*DCortland
20Bruce Arena*MCornell
21Jim DarcangeloMTowson
22Bob HendricksonMCornell
23Craig JaegerMCornell
25Skip LichtfussMWashington & Lee
26Billy MarinoMCornell
27Phil MarinoMHofstra
28Dave McNaneyMHobart
29Doug RadebaughMMaryland
41Bob GriebeATowson
42Jeff LongANavy
43Eamon McEneaneyACornell
44Tom Postel*AC.W. Post
45Dave WarfieldAWashington & Lee

* Member of 1974 U.S. Men's National Team

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Richie Moran
Assistant Coaches: Jerry Schmidt, Gene Fusting

ILF World Champions

The International Lacrosse Federation was formed in 1974 and hosted the first formal men’s world championship in 1974 (Melbourne, Australia). Led by Jack Thomas, the United States poured in 70 goals in three games to win the championship with its closest competition coming against host Australia — a 20-14 victory.

1974 U.S. Men's National Team Roster

Roster

No.NamePos.College
1Jack ThomasAJohns Hopkins
2Jim PotterMVirginia
3Pete CoyDVirginia
4Tom PostelAC.W. Post
5Doug SchreiberMMaryland
6Jim TrenzACornell
8Ted BauerMWashington & Lee
9Steve SchroederMMIT
10Richie WernerMVirginia
11Rich AvenaDMaryland
12Bruce ArenaMCornell
13Tom DuquetteAVirginia
14Alan LoweAMaryland
15Mike ThearleDMaryland
16Ron FraserMSyracuse
17Rick KowalchukMJohns Hopkins
18Mike WaldvogelDCortland
19Ed HaugevikDRutgers
20Stan KowalskiMCortland
21Frank UrsoMMaryland
22Bob RuleGCornell
23Pat O'MeallyAMaryland
24Bob ShawMCornell
25Bruce CohenACornell
26Sterling ChadwickGWashington & Lee
34Larry StoryDYale

Best and Fairest Player: Jack Thomas

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Bud Beardmore
Assistant Coaches: Jack Emmer, Jack Kaley

ILF World Champions

The quadrennial men’s world lacrosse championship finds its roots in a 1967 international tournament in Toronto that was staged as part of Canada’s centennial celebration. The Mount Washington Lacrosse Club from Baltimore represented the United States in the four-team invitational and won the event.

1967 U.S. Men's National Team Roster

Roster

No.NamePos.College
2Steve "Lucky" MalloneeMJohns Hopkins
3Bob MiserAArmy
5Alvin "Buzz" KrongardMPrinceton
6John BeatsonMDenison
8George BoyntonAWilliams
10Ad TiedemannMMaryland
11Bob SchlengerAVirginia
13Jim KapplerGMaryland
14James "Hy" LevasseurMVirginia
15Bob SilverwoodAVirginia
16Kent "Skip" DarrellAJohns Hopkins
17Joe SeivoldMWashington College
18Al SeivoldMJohns Hopkins
19Jim LovellABaltimore
20Frank RiggsDNorth Carolina
21Patrick HamiltonMMaryland
23Tom BiddisonMJohns Hopkins
24Gene RecknerDMaryland
26Mike KochDVirginia
27Gene FustingAWashington College
29Furlong BaldwinDPrinceton
30Dutch RuppersbergerDMaryland
32Bob Merrick Yale
 Tim Goertemiller Maryland

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Ben Goertemiller