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JHU Men's Lacrosse Weekend Primer: Alumni Game and IL All-Access

Michael Kimmel '10 and more than 30 other former JHU lacrosse players will participate in Saturday's alumni game.

Oct. 4, 2013

BALTIMORE, MD - Johns Hopkins head coach Dave Pietramala and his 2014 Blue Jays will welcome more than 30 former players back for the program's annual alumni game on Saturday, October 5 (7:30 pm • Homewood Field). There is no admission fee for the game and parking is available on Muller Deck (via San Martin Drive from University Parkway).

The current Blue Jays, who will host UMass, Fairfield and Rutgers at Homewood Field on Sunday, October 13, completed their fourth week of fall workouts with a crisp two-hour practice on Thursday, October 2 and will wrap up this week's activities with the game against the alumni.

Although the alumni roster is subject to change, below is a list of former players expected to play for Brian Carcaterra '00, the designated head coach for the alumni team:

Greg Matthews '85
Patrick Russell '89
Brendan Kelly '89
Jimmy Harkin '91
Steve Vecchione '93
Michael Noonan '95
Brian Kuczma '97
Jay Penn '97
Jordan Jayson '98
Kevin Kaiser '98
Dylan Schlott '99
Matt Nader '06
Eric Zerrlaut '08
Mark Bryan '09
Tim Donovan '11
Michael Kimmel '10
Orry Michael '11
Mike Maydick '11
Matt Dolente '11
Guy Van Syckle '12
Gavin Crisafulli '12
Andrew Cote '12
Conor Greissing '12
Steven Burke '12
Ben Smith '12
Chris Boland '12
Scott Matthews '12
Grady Stevens '13
Chase Winter '13
Matt Leighty '13
Zach Palmer '13
John Greeley '13
John Ranagan '13
Lee Coppersmith '13


 

 

Inside Lacrosse All-Access
While the alumni game will wrap up the fourth week of practice, the third week ended on Friday, September 27 with a one-hour intrasquad scrimmage. Zach Babo and Geoff Shannon from Inside Lacrosse were on hand and filed IL's fallball check-in. Check out their feature here ... included are interviews with Pietramala and senior Rob Guida.

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