Salisbury State University
May 18, 1991
Sea Gull Stadium
SALISBURY STATE LACROSSE
FACTS ABOUT SALISBURY STATE UNIVERSITY
sea Gulls Hosting
Location: Salisbury, MD
1101 Camden Avenue
Salisbury State University
Salisbury, MD 21801-6837
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sion of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.”
Affiliation: NCAA Division III
Nickname: Sea Gulls
Colors: Maroon and Gold
Home Field: Sea Gull Stadium (2,000)
elcome to Sea Gull Stadium,
on the campus of Salisbury State Uni-
versity, for today’s NCAA Division III
Men's Lacrosse Championship Game.
Salisbury State is bidding for its first
lacrosse national championship while
Hobart seeks to record its 12th straight
The Sea Gulls, 15-0, advanced to
the title game with tournament vic-
tories over Ithaca College, 16-12, and
Ohio Wesleyan University, 18-12. The
Statesmen, 7-6, defeated Clarkson
University, 19-11, and Nazareth Col-
lege, 19-17, to reach today’s cham-
Salisbury State and Hobart have
President: Dr. Thomas E. Bellavance
Athletic Director: Dr. William E. Lide
Phone Number (301) 543-6340
Associate: Dean Burroughs
Assistant: Michael Vienna
Sports Information Director: Paul Ohanian
Phone Number (301) 543-6016
Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach: Jim Berkman
Phone Number (301) 543-6389
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1007 Jqumament Biackel ....2......... Back Cover | Geneva since 1980. The Statesmen
won the 1985 crown by defeating
Washington College in Chestertown,
MD, and the 1989 title by topping Ohio
Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH.
Salisbury State University is hosting
The official lacrosse program for the NCAA Division II] National Championship its first-ever NCAA Championship in
is a publication of Salisbury State University. any sport. The Sea Gulls have made
Editor: Paul Ohanian two previous trips to the national
Graphic Design: Carol Bloodsworth, Quan Vu championship, both times in 1986. The
Typesetting: Laurel Campbell, Linda DiGiovanna SSU_ field hockey team won the
Photos: Player and cover photos by Ron Angle school’s only national title by beating
On the cover: SSU’s All-American attackman Eric Ungleich in action against Bloomsburg University, while the foot-
Washington College. Ungleich is second on the team in total points with 47 | ball squad lost the Amos Alonzo Stagg
goals and 50 assists. Bowl to Augustana College.
9ea Gulls, Statesmen
Take Different Roads
To Championship Game
wo teams playing for one title. The
T cvera is the same but the path that
each team has taken to reach today’s
championship showdown is vastly different.
For Salisbury State, 1991 has been the
most successful season in the 18-year his-
tory of lacrosse at the Eastern Shore
school. The Sea Gulls, 15-0, have already
set school records for wins in a season
and most consecutive wins. They need 14
goals in today’s game to break the single-
season scoring record of 299, set in 1981.
The Gulls have spent the last five weeks
as the top-ranked team in the USILA
coaches’ poll and are in their first cham-
pionship game after six previous trips to
the Final Four.
Individually, senior attackman Rick
Berkman has scored 60 goals this season,
snapping SSU Hall-of-Famer Dave Cottle’s
1977 single-season record of 59. Berkman
needs three points to break Cottle’s single- | come by margins of 10 goals or more. Only
season points record of 103 as well. Eric
Ungleich is just the third player in Sea Gull
history to record 50 assists in a season.
He needs three more to break Tim Ber-
quist’s record of 52, set in 1987.
Berkman, Ungleich and senior linemate
Rusty Pritzlaff have produced 159 goals
as a unit this season. The talented SSU
midfield, led by the “JUCO” unit of Chris
Boyle, Kevin Hohner and Jeff Chenowith—
all transfers—has 57 goals. Three other
middies—Art Morley, Kent Case and Dan
Gourley—have scored at least 12 goals.
Senior Scott Bentkowski and junior Geoff
Sanders have split time in goal throughout
the season. Both have save percentages
of over 64 percent. Mike Esham, Chris
Andrews, Tony Sposato and Tim Miller
have keyed the close defense.
Eight of SSU’s 15 wins this season have
two of the contests have been decided by
less than five goals.
Meanwhile, the Hobart lacrosse team,
7-6, has had to travel a more rocky road
to reach the championship game. Several
factors played a role in the way the season
developed for the Statesmen in this year.
Injuries to key players, the demands of a
difficult schedule, seven games on the
road and 16 new faces on the 1991 roster
were among the factors that shaped the
course of the season.
The regular season campaign opened
at Virginia and concluded at R.1.T. and in-
cluded a total of six Division | foes and five
Division Ill opponents in between. When
the dust settled, Hobart had compiled a
9-6 record. The Statesmen lost three of
their last four contests by a grand total of
Throughout the year, Hobart has been
paced by the steady play of All-American
senior attackman Bill Miller. He leads the
team in scoring with 45 goals and 28 as-
Sists for 73 points. Junior attackmen Jeff
Tambroni and Tim deLoe have also en-
joyed productive seasons. Tambroni has
41 points on 21 goals and 20 assists while
deLoe has 35 goals and five assists.
Freshman James Gracey has been the
Starter in goal the last four games and has
played admirably, stopping 58 shots while
allowing 52 goals. He has a save percen-
tage of 527 and a goals against average
Despite the rocky trail, however, Hobart
now joins Salisbury State in the same pos-
ition, standing just one game away from
the 1991 Division Ill championship crown.
So whether the Statesmen claim their 12th
consecutive title, or the Sea Gulls earn their
first championship, both squads will ac-
cept the victory as a welcome climax to
their respective seasons.
Salisbury State University
Now in his third season at Salisbury State
University, Jim Berkman’s successful re-
cord shows a 35-9 mark with three con-
secutive trips to the NCAA Tournament.
SSU advanced to the Final Four last sea-
son after reaching the quarterfinal round
Additionally, under Berkman’s leader-
ship, the Gulls have had seven players
named as All-Americans and two players
selected to play in the annual North-South
Including one year as the head lacrosse
coach at Potsdam State, Berkman’s career
record stands at 44-14. An All-American
midfielder at St. Lawrence University in
1982, Berkman came to Salisbury State
after serving as the assistant lacrosse
coach and head basketball and JV soccer
coach for three seasons at his alma mater.
An accomplished all-around athlete, the
William “B.J.” O’Hara
Only the fifth man to guide the Hobart lac-
rosse team in the past 62 years, William
“B.J.” O'Hara guided the squad to one of
its best seasons ever in his first year at the
helm. The 1990 Statesmen won their 11th
straight national championship and com-
piled a 15-1 record.
O'Hara is certainly no stranger to the
program he now commands. A 1975
graduate of Hobart, O’Hara was a two-time
All-American selection as a player and
later helped guide the Statesmen to five
Division III titles as an assistant coach.
Prior to returning to Hobart, O’Hara had
been the head men’s lacrosse coach and
head women's soccer coach at Dartmouth
College since 1986. He compiled a 14-27
record while rebuilding the Dartmouth lac-
rosse program and posted a 24-23-6 re-
cord with the women's soccer team.
O’Hara served as an assistant to Hobart
Coach Dave Urick from 1982-86, as the
Statesmen won five of their ten '80s de-
cade NCAA Division III titles. O'Hara was
a standout lacrosse player as an under-
graduate, twice earning All-American hon-
Watertown, NY, native starred on the bas-
ketball team as well as the lacrosse squad
at St. Lawrence, earning MVP honors in
basketball as both a junior and senior. He
also led the lacrosse team in scoring each
of his last three seasons and played in the
prestigious North-South game in 1982.
After graduating from St. Lawrence in
1982, Berkman spent two years at Salis-
bury State while he earned his master’s
degree. He served as the Gulls’ assistant
lacrosse coach during those two seasons
as SSU compiled a 23-7 record.
Following one successful season at
Potsdam State, where Berkman coached
the lacrosse squad to a school-record nine
wins, he returned to St. Lawrence from
1985-88. As head basketball coach,
Berkman directed his '87-88 St. Lawrence
team to the ICAC league championship.
ors. Co-captain of the team as a senior,
he was a first-team USILA All-American in
1975 and was selected to play in the North-
South All-Star game. He was named a
third-team USILA All-American in 1974
when he helped the team on the NCAA
Division II-II| Championship game, in addi-
tion to playing on the 1972 USILA College
Division championship squad. O'Hara was
co-captain of the United States National
Box Lacrosse Team which competed at
the 1980 World Championships in Van-
O'Hara, who has a master's degree in
educational psychology and counseling
from Slippery Rock State College, began
his coaching career at West Genesee High
school, where he had enjoyed a stellar lac-
rosse and soccer career. He served as an
assistant coach at North Carolina State in
1978 and 1979 before becoming head
coach at Alfred. After one season as an
assistant at Rensselaer, O'Hara returned
to Hobart as assistant lacrosse and soccer
Head Coach: Jim Berkman, 3rd year
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Assistants: Kevin Gates, Andy Jones, Tim Berquist, Jeff Ransom, Geoff Abere, Ray Bowen
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Captains: Greg Cosgrove, Chris Curvin, Bill Miller
Clifton Park, NJ
Palm Desert, CA
Mt. Lakes, NJ
Cooper City, FL
Little Silver, NJ
Owings Mills, MD
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1991 SEA GULL STATISTICS
Record: 15-0 Home: 10-0
Opponent Result Score
Roanoke t+ W 9-8
LYNCHBURG W 22-8
WESTERN MARYLAND W 24-7
SPRINGFIELD W 18-11
CORTLAND STATE W 22-7
Hartwick § W 15-10
ALBANY STATE W 18-12
CLARKSON W 20-7
Guilford W 31-8
St. Mary's W 17-7
WEST CHESTER W 14-10
HAMPDEN-SYDNEY W 22-8
WASHINGTON W 20-4
ITHACA" Ww 16-10
Ohio Wesleyan” W 18-12
Home Games in CAPS
tGame played in Baltimore
§Game played in Farmingdale, NY
“NCAA Tournament Game
Score by Quarters 1
Salisbury State 73
Scott Bentkowski 14
Geoff Sanders 12
Russell Hewitt 3
John Russell 1
1-0 Berkman 3 goals, 1 assist
6-0 Pritzlaff 4g
7-0 Ungleich 5 g Berkman 4g
9-0 Berkman 6 4g, Pritzlaff 6g
12-0 Berkman 5 g, Pritzlaff5g
13-0 Berkman 9 g, Pritzlaff 4g
14-0 Pritzlaff3g, Hohner3g
15-0 Berkman 4 g, Pritzlaff 4g
3 4 OT TOTAL AVG
85 60 0 286 = (19.1)
24 32 0 129 (8.6)
Goals Save PCT Saves/
81 .646 10.6
37 122 8.0
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Ste as ET RS
Rick Berkman 60
Eric Ungleich 47
Rusty Pritzlaff 52
Chris Boyle 26
Kevin Hohner 16
Jeff Chenowith 15
Art Morley 16
Kent Case 12
Dan Gourley 12
David Webb 7
Mike Gallagher 3
Eric Modesitt 4
Chris Soper 4
Dod Poe 2
John Russell 1
Chris Murphy 2
Mike Esham 1
Matt Perez 1
Todd Cliggett 1
Ben Berquist 1
Andy Shilling 0
Ed Berry 0
SSU Totals 286
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James Gracey 6
Pat Solomon 10
Karl Lynch 2
1991 STATESMEN STATISTICS
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NCAA DIVISION Ill MEN’S LACROSSE TOURNAMENT RECORDS
1990 Championship Highlights
Still No. 1: Hobart won its 11th straight Division II! Men's Lacrosse Championship, but the first under
head coach B. J. O'Hara, by defeating Washington (Maryland), 18-6, in Geneva, New York. The
Shoremen have finished second five times.
Year Champion Coach
1980 Hobart Dave Urick
1981 Hobart Dave Urick
1982 Hobart Dave Urick
1983. Hobart Dave Urick
1 Hobart Dave Urick
1 Hobart Dave Urick
1986 Hobart Dave Urick
1987 Hobart Dave Urick
1988 Hobart Dave Urick
1989 Hobart Dave Urick
1990 Hobart B. J. O'Hara
“Indicates overtime game.
Score Runner-Up Host or Site
11- 8 Cortland St. Hobart
10 8 Cortland St. Hobart
9- 8° Washington (Md.) Hobart
13- 9 Roanoke Hobart
12- 5 Washington (Md.) Hobart
15- 8 Washington (Md.) Washington (Md.)
13-10 Washington (Md.) Hobart
9- 5 Ohio Wesleyan Hobart
18- 9 Ohio Wesleyan Ohio Wesleyan
11- 8 Ohio Wesleyan Hobart
18- 6 Washington (Md.) Hobart
Leading Scorer, Year-by-Year
1980-— Scott Petosa, Hobart, 17; 1981— Mark
Koetzner, Cortland St., 23; 1982— Paul Hooper.
Washington (Md.), 17; 1983— Tom Grimaldi, Ho-
bart, 19; 1984 — Tom Grimaldi, Hobart, 13; 1985 —
Marc Van Arsdale, Hobart, 16; 1986 — Ray Gilliam,
Hobart, and Bruce Yancey, Washington (Md.), 15;
1987 —Ray Gilliam, Hobart, 16; 1988— Bill Miller,
Hobart, 23; 1989—Bill Coons, Nazareth (N.Y.),
14; 1990—Lance, Savage and Jeff Tambroni,
Most Goals, One Game — Most Points, One Game
7—Mike Bracken, Salisbury St. (18) vs. St. 10—Mark Koetzner, Cortland St. (5 goals, 5
Lawrence (11), 5-13-81; Ray Gilliam, Hobart assists) vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 5-13-81; Tom
(29) vs. Roanoke (1), 5-7-86; Tom Gravante, Grimaldi, Hobart (5 goals, 5 assists) vs. Ohio
Marty Kote - serein Ne ay ht 1-88; Wesleyan, 5-14-83.
arty Kelly, Nazareth (N.Y.) (25) vs. Salisbury Most Points, Tournament
oh 1 iar, a See Hormes, Washington 23— Mark Koetzner, Cortland St. (5-5 vs. Ohio
(Md.) (16) vs. Springfield (10), 5-9-90. Wesleyan, 4-3 vs. Salisbury St., 0-6 vs. Ho-
Most Goals, Tournament bart), 1981; Bill Miller, Hobart (1-6 vs. Nazareth
17—Tom Gravante, Hobart (7 vs. Nazareth N.Y.], 2-7 vs. Roanoke, 3-4 vs. Ohio Wes-
eet 4 vs. Roanoke, 6 vs. Ohio Wesleyan), eyan), 1988.
906. Most Goalie Saves, One Game
Most Assists, One Game 30—Greg Baker, Washington (Md.) (8) vs.
7—Bill Miller, Hobart (19) vs. Roanoke (6), 5- Hobart (9), 5-23-82; Larry Boehm, Washing-
Moment tad were Nazareth (N.Y.) (10) vs. ton (Md.) (10) vs. Hobart (13), 5-17-86.
. Obart (14), 5-14-89. Most Goalie Saves, Tournament
7. “Bit hides Theta vs. Nazareth [N.Y.], 7 go eset py Ono Wie ie
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vs. Roanoke, 4 vs. Ohio Wesleyan), 1968 Hobart). ” ee
Most Goals, One Game
37 — Hobart vs. MIT (1), 5-14-80.
Fewest Goals, One Game
1—MIT vs. Hobart (37), 5-14-80; Roanoke vs.
Hobart (29), 5-7-86.
Most Goals, Both Teams
38— Hobart (37) vs. MIT (1), 5-14-80; Washing-
ton (Md.) (28) vs. Springfield (10), 5-8-85.
Most Goals, Tournament
69— Hobart, 3 games, 1980.
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Most Assists, One Game
24— Hobart (37) vs. MIT (1), 5-14-80.
Most Assists, Tournament
38— Hobart, 3 games, 1986.
Most Shots on Goal, One Game
106 — Hobart (37) vs. MIT (1), 5-14-80.
Most Shots on Goal, Both Teams
112—Hobart (106) vs. MIT (6), 5-14-80.
Most Shots on Goal, Tournament
223— Hobart, 3 games, 1980.
Years Won Lost Pct. 1st 2nd ‘3rd
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1980 First Round: Hobart 37, MIT 1; Salisbury St.
15, St. Lawrence 11; Cortland St. 13, Ohio Wes-
leyan 9; Ithaca 15, Washington (Md.) 14 (ot).
1981 First Round: Hobart 27, FDU-Madison 4:
Washington (Md.) 12, Roanoke 11; Cortland St.
18, Ohio Wesleyan 5; Salisbury St. 18, St. Law-
rence 11. Semifinals: Hobart 23, Washington
(Md.) 6; Cortland St. 14, Salisbury St. 9. Cham-
pionship: Hobart 10, Cortland St. 8.
1982 First Round: Hobart 22, Hampden-Sydney
11; Salisbury St. 11, Denison 8; Washington (Mc.)
22, Springfield 14; Roanoke 14, St. Lawrence 7.
Semifinals: Hobart 22, Salisbury St. 4; Washington
(Md.) 19, Roanoke 11. Championship: Hobart 9,
Washington (Md.) 8 (ot).
1983 First Round: Hobart 14, St. Lawrence 8;
Ohio Wesleyan 9, Rochester Inst. 6; Washington
(Md.) 19, Salisbury St. 7; Roanoke 14, Ithaca 11.
Semifinals: Hobart 22, Ohio Wesleyan 7; Roanoke
13, Washington (Md.) 9. Championship: Hobart
13, Roanoke 9.
1984 First Round: Hobart 21, Denison 12: Ro-
chester Inst. 11, St. Lawrence 6; Washington
(Md.) 16, Swarthmore 3; Salisbury St. 12, Cortland
St. 7. Semifinals: Hobart 15, Rochester Inst. 6:
Washington (Md.) 13, Salisbury St. 8. Cham-
pionship: Hobart 12, Washington (Md.) 5.
1985 First Round: Washington (Md.) 28, Spring-
field 10; Cortland St. 11, Ohio Wesleyan 5; Ro-
chester Inst. 12, Roanoke 4; Hobart 17, Denison 8.
Semifinals: Washington (Md.) 16, Cortland St. 10:
Hobart 16, Rochester Inst. 8. Championship:
Hobart 15, Washington (Md.) 8.
Semifinals: Hobart 21, Salisbury St. 5; Cortland
St. 11, Ithaca 9. Championship: Hobart 11, Cort-
land St. 8.
1986 First Round: Hobart 29, Roanoke 1; Cortland
St. 18, Rochester Inst. 11; Ohio Wesleyan 10,
Denison 6; Washington (Md.) 24, Salisbury St. 4.
Semifinals: Hobart 22, Cortland St. 8; Washington
(Md.) 11, Ohio Wesleyan 4. Championship: Hobart
13, Washington (Md.) 10.
1987 First Round: Ohio Wesleyan 12, Washington
(Md.) 3; Wash. & Lee 19, Roanoke 11: Hobart 15,
Cortland St. 7; Rochester Inst. 14, St. Lawrence
11. Semifinals: Ohio Wesleyan 17, Wast.. & Lee 4;
Hobart 14, Rochester Inst. 4. Championship:
Hobart 9, Ohio Wesleyan 5.
1988 First Round: Ohio Wesleyan 10, Denison 5;
Frank. & Marsh. 11, Cortland St. 5; Roanoke 10,
Washington (Md.) 8; Hobart 17, Nazareth (N.Y.)
12. Semifinals: Ohio Wesleyan 19, Frank. &
Marsh. 6; Hobart 19, Roanoke 6. Championship:
Hobart 18, Ohio Wesleyan 9.
1989 First Round: Hobart 14, Cortland St. 6:
Nazareth (N.Y.) 25, Salisbury St. 10; Ohio Wes-
leyan 12, Gettysburg 5; Washington (Md.) 12,
Hampden-Sydney 5. Semifinals: Hobart 14, Na-
zareth (N.Y.) 10; Ohio Wesleyan 9, Washington
(Md.) 8 (ot). Championship: Hobart 11, Ohio
1990 Quarterfinals: Hobart 20, Rochester Inst. 11;
Salisbury St. 17, Frank. & Marsh. 7; Ohio Wesleyan
16, Alfred 10; Washington (Md.) 16, Springfield
10. Semifinals: Hobart 23, Salisbury St. 5; Wash-
ington (Md.) 14, Ohio Wesleyan 11. Champion-
ship: Hobart 18, Washington (Md.) 6.
SALISBURY STATE UNIVERSITY TODAY
Decade of Excellence
Applications up 250 percent. For 10
Straight years the number of applica-
tions here have increased, countering
national trends. In 1989 SSU was high-
est in application increases among
Maryland’s public universities. SATs
up 165 points. The average 1990
freshman at SSU has scored well over
1,000 on the SATs and earned better
than a B average in high school.
$45 million investment in buildings
and grounds. Splendid new architec-
ture and a beautifully landscaped
Campus in the heart of Maryland's
Eastern Shore have made us one of
the Mid-Atlantic’s most attractive uni-
The highest endowed four-year
public comprehensive university in
Maryland. SSU’s $10 million plus en-
dowment means more scholarships,
Student travel and research funds, and
more visiting scholars and _ artists
SSU at a Glance
Location Salisbury, MD, approxi-
mately 30 miles west of Ocean City,
MD; 20 miles east of the Chesapeake
Bay; 2 hours. from Baltimore,
Washington, D.C., Wilmington, DE,
and Norfolk; 4 1/2 hours from New
Enrollment Some 3800 full-time un-
dergraduates from 32 states and 13
countries. A 17:1 student/faculty ratio.
Tuition, Room & Board $6,240 per
year for MD residents; $7,906 per year
Faculty 230 full-time, 73 percent with
Ph.D.s including National Endowment
for the Humanities scholars and Ful-
Degree Programs 31 undergraduate
and 6 graduate programs.
Honors Program Students study with
dedicated faculty at the Honors
House. The program is reserved for
the top 5 percent of the entering
Campus 26 buildings on 115 lana-
scaped acres in a suburban setting.
Athletics NCAA Division |||, 9 men’s,
9 women’s intercollegiate teams; 30
Residence Halls 10 residence com-
plexes including traditional, coed,
suite and apartment styles.
1991 National Collegiate Division lll Men’s
*Quarterfinals *Semifinals *Championships
Wednesday, May 8 Sunday, May 12 Saturday, May 18
at SSU (16-10) :
W &L 11-3
at OWU (19-10)
Ohio Wesl. 12-3
one of the
at Hobart (19-11)
at Nazareth (17-10)
*Games played on the campus of one of the participating institutions.