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2012 Season

 

2012 Season Wrap Up

Ranked #7 in Maryland MSCLA Senior All State Team
Chris Hampton (midfield)
Liam Giblin (attack)
Kyle Shanahan (midfield)
2012 Washington Post All-Met Selections

(1st team) Liam Giblin, attack
(2nd team) Chris Hampton, Midfield
(honorable mention) Kyle Shanahan, midfield

Kelly Award Finalist

Chris Hampton

Gazette All-County Selections

(1st team ) Liam Giblin, Attack
(2nd team) Chris Hampton, Midfield
(Honorable Mention) Kyle Shanahan, midfield
Bear Altemus, attack

2012 All-IAC Selections
Liam Giblin, attack (USILA All-American)
Chris Hampton, midfield
Kyle Shanahan, midfield
Bear Altemus, attack

 

9-3-12 - Prep Alum Jeremy Hirsch '06 Lands Coaching Position at Hampden Sydney


5-21-12 Ten Prep Lacrosse Alumni Play in 2012 NCAA Final Weekend

 

Notre Dame - Cotter '09, Kemp '09, Collins '10, Williams '11, Brems '08 - Go Irish!
University of Maryland - Billy Gribbin '09, Bobby Gribbin '11, Morgan '10 - Go Terps! (Plus Coach Fran Gormley '06)
Loyola of Maryland -Frazier '11 - Go Greyhounds!
Duke - Coyle '07 - Go Blue Devils!

 

2012 Schedule of Competition (Season 15-5)

updated as of 5/5/12

Printable field locations here

 

Day Date Time Opponent Location PF PA WL
Sat 3/3 9:00am Scrimmage @ Calvert Hall (vs. Calvert Hall/Haverford) 8102 La Salle Road,  Towson, MD      
Tue 3/6 4:00pm Scrimmage @ Boys Latin 822 West Lake Ave., Baltimore MD      
Sat 3/10 2:00pm Collegiate 103 N. Mooreland Rd, Richmond, VA 9 2 W
Tue 3/13 4:00pm Paul VI 10675 Fairfax Blvd, Fairfax City, VA 8 5 W
Thu 3/15 5:00pm Loudon Valley Home 14 4 W
Sat 3/17 11:00am Good Counsel 17301 Old Vic Blvd, Olney, MD 9 4 W
Tue 3/20 4:00pm St. Paul's Home 11 2 W
Fri 3/23 4:00pm Lafayette (MO) Home (tailgate w/visiting team) 16 0 W
Tue 3/27 4:30pm Gilman (#7IL) Home 6 7 L(2OT)
Fri 3/30 6:30pm Gonzaga (#14IL) Home 3 4 L
Tue 4/3 4:30pm St. Stephen's (#23IL) 1000 St. Stephen's Rd, Alexandria, VA 11 9 W
Thu 4/5 1:00pm Half Hollow Hills East (NY) Home (tailgate w/visiting team) 19 5 W
Sat 4/7 11:30am St. Xavier (KY) Home 15 3 W
Wed 4/11 4:30pm Landon Home 4 8 L
Sat 4/14 3:00pm Delbarton  450 Lancaster Ave, Haverford, PA 10 11 L
Tue 4/17 4:30pm Episcopal @ Episcopal 13 7 W
Sat 4/21 3:00pm Langley 6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 12 3 W
Wed 4/25 4:30pm Bullis Home 7 8 L
Sat 4/28 1:00pm Holy Trinity (NY) Home (tailgate w/visiting team) 14 3 W
Tue 5/1 4:30pm St. Albans Garfield St, NW & Pilgrim Rd, Wash, DC 12 4 W
Fri 5/4 4:30pm DeMatha Home 11 5 W
Sat 5/5 12:30 pm IAC - v St. Albans Home 7 3 W
Wed 5/9 4:30 pm IAC - v Landon @ Landon      
Sat 5/12 TBD IAC TBD      

 

Players - Varsity 2012

 

No.

Player

Position

Year

1

Brendan Burke

G

Sr

2

Will Railey

G

So

3

Liam Giblin*

A

Sr

4

Colin Giblin

A

Jr

5

Charlie Horning

A

So

6

Bear Altemus

A

Jr

7

Tim Golden

A

So

8

Kyle Shanahan*

A/M

Sr

9

Zach Wajsgras

A

Jr

 10

Tanner Holifield

A

So

 11

Chad Strittmatter

M

Sr

 12

Colie Daniels

M

Sr

 13

Jack Olson

M

Fr

 14

Gillin Smith

M

Sr

 15

Ed MacMahon

M

Jr

 16

Brendan Collins

M

So

 17

Townsend Brown

M

So

 18

Scott Sackett

G

So

 19

James McCord

M

Jr

 20

Michael McDonald

M

Sr

 21

Chris Hampton*

M/FO

Sr

 22

Kyle Peterson

M

Sr

 23

James Martin

M

Sr

 24

Joe Desmond

M

Sr

 25

Joe Greaney

M

Jr

 26

George Melby

M

Jr

 27

Thomas Brown

M

Sr

 28

Riley Peters

M

So

 29

Jack Cleary

M

Sr

 30

Matt Billings

D

So

 31

Matt Coppola*

LSM/D

Sr

 32

Hugh Mosko

D

So

 33

Ryan Norton

D

Jr

 34

Scott Lanham

D

So

 36

Zach Blumenstein

LSM

So

 37

Ryan Smith

LSM/D

Sr

 39

Rob Driscoll

D

Jr

 40

Chris Jackson

LSM/D

Jr

 41

Matt Vierheller

G

So

 42

CJ Doyle

A

Jr

 43

Michael Kappaz

M

Jr

 44

Anthony McHale

D

Jr

* Denotes Captain

 

 

 

 

5/9/12 - Landon Outlasts Prep 6-4 in IAC Semis

 

5/5/12 - In Back-to-Back Situation, Prep Has Enough in the Tank to Retire St. Albans' IAC Hopes 7-3

 

 

 

5/4/12 - DeMatha Stands Tall, but Falls Short 11-5 Prep

 

 

 

5/1/12 Prep Convincing in 12-4 Defeat of IAC Rival St. Albans

 

 

 

4/30/12 - Inside Lacrosse - Georgetown Prep Fashion Show

 

4/28/12 - Georgetown Prep Over Holy Trinity (NY) 14-3

 

 

 

4/25/12 - Curse of 1 Goal Losses Continues as Prep Falls to Bullis 7-8

 

 

4/21/12 - Prep Over Langley 12-3 - Washington Post Article

 

 

 

4/17/12 - Prep Over Episcopal 13-7

 

 

 

4/14/12 -  Checking For Cancer - Delbarton Delivers Another Setback to Hoyas Season 10-11

 

 

 

4/11/12 Inspired Landon Goaltending Results in Frustrating Loss for Hoyas 4-8

 

   
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4-7 Xavier Learns What IAC Lacrosse is About - 15-3

 

 

 

4-5 Half Hollow Hills No Match for Surging Hoyas -19-5

 

 

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4-3 Prep Prevails over SSSA (#23) in Solid Offensive Effort - 11-9

"Saints Can't Hold Off Top-Ranked Hoyas" - Alexandria Times 4/5/12

 

  

 

 

 

3-30 - Prep Unable to Capitalize on Shot/Ground Ball Advantage - Suffers First Loss ever to Gonzaga 3-4. 

 

 

 

3-28 - Washington Post Article - Prep Leads Season-Opening Rankings

 

3-27 - Gilman Avenges Last 2 Years' Losses In Double OT 6-7

 

 

 

After throwing only two flags the entire game, the official chose the last 5 seconds in the first overtime to call an innocuous "push with possession" penalty, leaving Prep man down going into the second overtime.  In this tight contest, this was the only advantage Gilman needed, scoring sudden victory 15 seconds into the 2nd overtime. 

 

Prep fell behind early, with 3 quick goals by Gilman, yet still fought back to tie the score 3-3, with goals by Blumenstein, Altemus and Strittmatter by the end of the first quarter.   The score stayed tied at 3 until 6:48 in the 3rd period, when Gilman went ahead again.  Then the Hoyas began running downhill, looking very much in command. Goals from Shanahan to Collins, Hampton to Shanahan and Liam Giblin to Strittmatter put the score at 6-4 at 9:45 in the game.  Here Gilman developed a sense of urgency, and their superior size began to wear down Prep's smaller defenders.  One long possession with 4 consecutive shots ultimately produced a 6-5 score with 6:34 to go.  Even though the defense was able to dislodge the ball, pushes and loose balls returned possession to Gilman.  At 1:18, Gilman's 22 drove hard down the right alley and broke past the defenders tying the score at 6 with 1:18.  Prep had good opportunities to score in the following overtime, but an errant pass gave possession back to Gilman.  During this possession, the defense committed the push that gave Gilman the EMO opportunity and ultimately the game.

 

Railey played well enough to deserve the win, making many critical saves to stop Gilman's run in the 1st and 2nd quarters, and during the flurry of the final 6 minutes.  The defense, though diminutive compared to several of Gilman's middies, proved tenacious with caused turnovers by Mosko, Norton, Coppola and Billings.  Hampton played out of his mind, winning all but two face-offs.

 

3-22 Montgomery Sentinel Article - Little Hoyas Dominant in Early Season Lacrosse

 

3-23 Prep Ungracious Host to Out of Town Lafayette (MO) - 16-0

 

 

3-20 Prep Avenges Past Seasons' Losses with Manhandling of St. Paul 11-2 Gazette Notes "Georgetown Prep Among Better Teams in Nation"

 

In 2010, the St. Paul game was like a prize fight; each team punched and counterpunched.  Prep lost 8-9 in triple overtime.  In 2011 St. Paul handed Prep one of only 2 losses - 8-11.  In this context, you can see why there may have been some trepidation on the sidelines when the score was still 0-0 at the end of the first quarter. In fact, at 7:41 in the 2nd quarter, St. Paul tied the score at 1-1. But then the flood gates opened and Prep scored 8 unanswered goals; 4-1 at the half, 7-1 at the end of the 3rd, and the score was 9-1 at 9:43 in the 4th before St. Paul would manage their last goal of the contest. 

 

 

 

Hampton won most of his face-offs.  Scores by Bear Altemus, Charlie Horning, Shanahan (3),  two Liam to Colin Giblin (3) scores, Strittmatter, and Cleary. 

 

3-17-12 Georgetown Prep Ranked #5 Nationally

 

3-17-12 Workmanlike Performance in 9-4 Defeat of WCAC's Good Counsel

 

NINE penalties in the 4th quarter keep the score much closer than the game was.   Will Railey contributed with 5 4th quarter saves to preserve the score.  Gazette Article Georgetown Prep-Good Counsel.

 

 

 

3-15-12 Prep Dominant in 14-4 Win over Loudoun Valley

 

The score was 11-2 at halftime, which tells the story of this game.  Muffling defense, led by LSMs Matt Coppola and Ryan Smith and stingy defensemen Hugh Mosko, Matt Billings and Chris Jackson.  Scoring was led by Kyle Shanahan (3), Chad Strittmatter (3), Michael McDonald (2), Colie Daniels, Charlie Horning, Riley Peters, Thomas Brown,

Joe Greaney, and Tanner Holifield.  

 

3-12-12 Prep Holds Off WCAC Opponent Paul VI 8-5

 

Paul VI came out strong against the Hoyas, but never led the game.  For fans the close score resulting from Paul VI's inspired goal-keeping (Prep had 30 shots) created a tense atmosphere through the beginning of the 3rd period when Prep led by a 4-3 margin.  But then the Hoyas kicked it into high gear and scored 4 unanswered goals.  Two late goals by Paul VI made the final score appear closer than the game really was. 

 

 

 

3-10-12 In Season Opener Prep Makes Statement - Defeats Collegiate 9-2 (Richmond Times article here)

 

It was close for the first quarter, which ended 1-1.  Collegiate succumbed to a 2nd quarter barrage of 6 goals.  Prep's defense got stingier, too, allowing only one additional goal in the second period, and shutting Collegiate out in the second half. 

 

 

 

Bear Altemus, Kyle Shanahan, Chad Strittmatter and Jack Cleary each scored 2 goals, while sophomore Townsend Brown notched 1.   Strittmatter and Brown also each had 1 assist.   Additional assists were credited to Liam Giblin and Colin Giblin.

 

3-7-12 ESPN - Prep Looks to Top IAC Again - Bullis, Landon are Contenders

 

 

 

 

 

 

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