Highly successful season for the CUA Men's Lacrosse Team

The Cardinals finished the 2004 season at 9-5 breaking the school record for most wins in a season set last year. Also CUA accomplished another first, their first ever regular season Capital Athletic Conference victory, an 11-3 win over York, back on March 13th. Catholic added their second CAC win of the season on March 31 with a 9-6 win over Marymount.


See the Cardinals' win over Shenandoah from e-lacrosse.com here!


2004 Schedule (9-5, 2-4 CAC)
2004 Statistics

Date Opponent Location Time
Feb. 21 Salisbury* DuFour Center L, 24-6
March 6 Medaille DuFour Center W, 16-6
March 7 Misericordia DuFour Center W, 10-7
March 9 Clark DuFour Center W, 18-5
March 13 York* DuFour Center W, 11-3
March 21 at SUNY- Maritime Bronx, N.Y. W, 12-6
March 23 at Mary Washington* Fredericksburg, Va. L, 12-7
March 31 Marymount* DuFour Center W, 9-6
April 3 at Goucher* Towson, Md. L, 17-5
April 6 at Shenandoah Winchester, Va. W, 17-4
April 8 at Lasell Newton, Ma. W, 16-5
April 15 at St. Mary's* St. Mary's City, Md. L, 11-5
April 17 at Goucher + Towson, Md. L, 12-9
April 24 at Washington & Jefferson Washington, Pa. W, 17-5

Home games in bold.
* Capital Athletic Conference games
+ 2004 CAC Tournament

2004 Roster

# Name Pos Yr Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School
1 Timothy Farrell M So. 5-7 160 Philadelphia, Pa./St. Joseph's
2 Conor Kelly A So. 5-7 165 Milton, Mass./Boston College High
3 Terence Kempf A So. 5-11 170 Glenside, Pa./LaSalle
4 David Morin M So. 5-10 175 Portland, Maine/Deering
5 Justin Boyer D So. 6-0 190 Chalfont, Pa./Central Bucks West
6 Ryan Murphy M Jr. 5-9 185 Milton, Mass./Milton
7 Tom Alexander A Jr. 5-6 160 Manhassett, N.Y./St. Mary's
8 Ryan Gardiner A Fr. 5-8 170 Arnold, Md./Mt. St. Joseph's
9 Mike Finegan M Jr. 5-7 160 Rockville Centre, N.Y./South Side
10 Dan Lavoie M Gr. 5-8 180 Gretna, Va./Hargrave
11 Ben Mullen D So. 6-1 180 New Milford, Ct./New Milford
12 Phil Reinckens M Fr. 5-9 160 Bethesda, Md./St. Johns (D.C.)
16 Colin Whitaker M Fr. 6-0 175 Doylestown, Pa./LaSalle
17 Tom Natole M Fr. 5-8 170 Manhasset, N.Y./St. Mary's
18 Justin Kelly M Sr. 5-10 185 Milton, Mass./Boston College High
19 Kevin Picken M Fr. 5-9 165 Brookhaven, N.Y./Stony Brook School
20 Jim Lynn LS Jr. 6-1 200 Wallingford, Pa./Salesianum (Del.)
21 Greg Lyons D Fr. 6-0 205 Olney, Md./Magruder
24 Tim Checchia M Jr. 5-9 175 Lititz, Pa./Sewanhaka
25 Ryan Napolitano M So. 5-8 175 Wantagh, N.Y./Chaminade
26 Jerry Clifford D So. 6-4 200 Milton, Mass./Milton
28 Chris Appel M Jr. 6-0 175 Germantown, Md./Good Counsel
29 Greg Saporita D So. 6-2 190 Williston Park, N.Y./Chaminade
30 Jake Shuart D Fr. 6-2 190 Pompano Beach, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas
31 Chris Hartel D Jr. 5-6 175 Garden City, N.Y./Sewanhaka
32 Brian Gilman LS Fr. 5-7 165 Plymouth Meeting, Pa./Archbishop Carroll
34 Kyle Blodgett G So. 5-10 215 Middletown, Md./Brunswick
35 Andrew Couden G Jr. 6-1 230 Oneonta, N.Y./Oneonta
36 Billy Werner G Fr. 5-8 190 New Rochelle, N.Y./Fordham
37 Jared Skaferowski G Fr. 5-7 160 Bethpage, N.Y./Kellenberg
38 Ryan Doran A Fr. 5-9 165 Syracuse, N.Y./Corcoran
39 Andrew Moser M Fr. 6-0 175 Stevensville, Md./Gunston Bay School

Head Coach: Brooks Singer (Seventh season)
Assistant Coaches: Patrick McGlone, Brendan Sullivan, Paul Ross

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