The success of the 2013 men’s lacrosse season was a culmination of years of hard work, commitment and dedication by a number of remarkable individuals. Head Coach Dave Webster ’88 built a program focused not just on winning games but also on community outreach and service trips aiding disaster victims and underprivileged communities across the country.
Leading the way have been (from left) senior captains Greg Hanley, Matt Cherry, Brandon Palladino and Christian Beitel, who played an integral role in all aspects of the program. All four earned All-American honors during their careers and graduated as the winningest class in the program’s history, with 65 wins and just 10 losses.
The Red Devils rewrote the record books, improving each year and building the foundation for a dominant lacrosse program. This year, the team rose to a No. 2 national ranking and held the spot for virtually the entire season.
They captured a third-straight CC championship to earn a fourth-straight bid to the NCAA Tournament. Dickinson became the first team in conference history to finish the regular season undefeated overall, going unbeaten in CC play for the second time in four years.
Published July 24, 2013