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Connecticut College Men - 2000-2001 Numerical Roster    (23 Players)

#NameYr / PosHeightWeight YOB Hometown / Last Team
#2Anthony CeciFR D5-7170New Canaan, Connecticut / New Canaan HS 
#3John RichardsonJR D6-1190Canton, New York / Canton Central HS 
#6Matt ChilleriFR W5-8170Old Lyme, Connecticut / The Gunnery 
#7Jesse LaRussoFR D6-3185Greenwich, Connecticut / Greenwich HS 
#8Brian FrederickJR C5-8175Toms River, New Jersey / Lawrenceville Academy 
#9Craig SlivaJR C5-8160Trumbull, Connecticut / The Berkshire School 
#10Ronnie LaRoccaFR D5-8175Cranston, Rhode Island / Cranston HS 
#11Brett NaugleSO D6-0175Sewickley, Pennsylvania / Lawrence Academy 
#12Mike HasenauerSO C5-9175Weston, Connecticut / Fairfield Prep 
#13Dave DePalmaFR W5-7160New Canaan, Connecticut / New Canaan HS 
#14Erik PetzelFR W6-0190Minneapolis, Minnesota / Breck HS 
#17Adam RogowinSO W5-11195Morton Grove, Illinois / Kent School 
#19Tim FlahertyJR C5-11175Pointe-Claire, Quebec / Governor Dummer Academy 
#20Matt LevinsonJR W6-0180Aspen, Colorado / Aspen HS 
#21Jay MontecalvoFR C5-10185Ipswich, Massachusetts / The Pingree School 
#23C.J. BurnsFR W5-11175St. Louis, Missouri / The Northwwod School 
#24Matt WestJR D5-10180Colorado Springs, Colorado / Lake Forest Academy 
#25Andy HollandSO D5-11170Killington, Vermont / Woodstock Union HS 
#26Nick VealitzekFR F5-10195Minneapolis, Minnesota / Minneapolis SW HS 
#27Matt ColemanJR D6-0190Canton, Massachusetts / Lawrence Academey 
#30Brett RothSO G6-0180Charlotte, North Carolina / Creighton Prep 
#33Matt HeathJR W6-2200Essex, Massachusetts / Lawrence Academy 
#35Rob HoustonSO G6-4230North Andover, Massachusetts / The Pingree School 

Captain: Matt Coleman

Head Coach: Doug Roberts (Michigan State '65)
Career Record (Entering 2000-01): 230-211-19 (.521) (21 Seasons)
Record at Connecticut College (Entering 2000-01): 230-211-19 (.521) (21 Seasons)
Assistant Coach: Rich Pettit


Connecticut College Men - 2000-2001 Alphabetical Roster    (23 Players)

#NameYr / PosHeightWeight YOB Hometown / Last Team
#23C.J. BurnsFR W5-11175St. Louis, Missouri / The Northwwod School 
#2Anthony CeciFR D5-7170New Canaan, Connecticut / New Canaan HS 
#6Matt ChilleriFR W5-8170Old Lyme, Connecticut / The Gunnery 
#27Matt ColemanJR D6-0190Canton, Massachusetts / Lawrence Academey 
#13Dave DePalmaFR W5-7160New Canaan, Connecticut / New Canaan HS 
#19Tim FlahertyJR C5-11175Pointe-Claire, Quebec / Governor Dummer Academy 
#8Brian FrederickJR C5-8175Toms River, New Jersey / Lawrenceville Academy 
#12Mike HasenauerSO C5-9175Weston, Connecticut / Fairfield Prep 
#33Matt HeathJR W6-2200Essex, Massachusetts / Lawrence Academy 
#25Andy HollandSO D5-11170Killington, Vermont / Woodstock Union HS 
#35Rob HoustonSO G6-4230North Andover, Massachusetts / The Pingree School 
#10Ronnie LaRoccaFR D5-8175Cranston, Rhode Island / Cranston HS 
#7Jesse LaRussoFR D6-3185Greenwich, Connecticut / Greenwich HS 
#20Matt LevinsonJR W6-0180Aspen, Colorado / Aspen HS 
#21Jay MontecalvoFR C5-10185Ipswich, Massachusetts / The Pingree School 
#11Brett NaugleSO D6-0175Sewickley, Pennsylvania / Lawrence Academy 
#14Erik PetzelFR W6-0190Minneapolis, Minnesota / Breck HS 
#3John RichardsonJR D6-1190Canton, New York / Canton Central HS 
#17Adam RogowinSO W5-11195Morton Grove, Illinois / Kent School 
#30Brett RothSO G6-0180Charlotte, North Carolina / Creighton Prep 
#9Craig SlivaJR C5-8160Trumbull, Connecticut / The Berkshire School 
#26Nick VealitzekFR F5-10195Minneapolis, Minnesota / Minneapolis SW HS 
#24Matt WestJR D5-10180Colorado Springs, Colorado / Lake Forest Academy 

Captain: Matt Coleman

Head Coach: Doug Roberts (Michigan State '65)
Career Record (Entering 2000-01): 230-211-19 (.521) (21 Seasons)
Record at Connecticut College (Entering 2000-01): 230-211-19 (.521) (21 Seasons)
Assistant Coach: Rich Pettit


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