The Players

These are Morgan’s players through 46 years of coaching from 1957 – 2002.
(Click on a picture to get a closer look).

1957

Record 22-10
  • James Robinson (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Doug Endres (Rider College)
  • Algimantas Rutelionis
  • Jack Looney
  • John Payne
  • Ernest Cage
  • William Wilson
  • James Conway
  • Joe Quinn
  • John Herbert (Georgia Tech)
  • Tommy Starke
  • Mike Costello (Mount St. Mary’s University)
  • Benjy Spotts (Corpus Christi)
  • Michael Fraipont – manager
  • Frank Pacetti – manager
  • Everett Stewart – manager

1958

Record 17-11
  • Doug Endres (Rider College)
  • Joe Quinn
  • Ernie Cage (Mount St. Mary’s University)
  • Mike Costello (Mount St. Mary’s University)
  • Ben Spotts
  • Tommy Starke
  • John Herbert (Georgia Tech)
  • Bo Robinson
  • Ed Hummel
  • Joseph Pitts
  • Joe Tholl
  • Harry Burchette
  • John Bielaski
  • Ralph King
  • Billy Jahn
  • Tom Canada (Rider College)
  • Richard Cooke
  • John Carrell (Mount St. Mary’s University)

1959

Record 23-10
  • John Bielaski
  • Doug Endres (Rider College)
  • John Carrell (Mount St. Mary’s University)
  • Joe Pitts
  • Ben Spotts
  • John Herbert (Georgia Tech)
  • Paul Joray
  • Tom Canada (Rider College)
  • Richard Cook (University of Cincinnati)
  • Mark Buckley
  • Tom Bean

1960

Record 23-10
  • Doug Endres (Rider College)
  • John Herbert (Georgia Tech)
  • Tom Canada (Mount St. Mary’s University)
  • John Carrell (Mount St. Mary’s University)
  • Bill McDermott (High Point College)
  • William (Bo) Robinson
  • Joe Pitts
  • Mike Reidy (Campbell College)
  • James Adomanis
  • Paul Joray
  • Barry Smith (High Point College)

1961

Record 27-1, Washington Catholic League Champions
  • John Carrell (Mount St. Mary’s University)
  • Johnny Jones
  • Tom Canada(Rider College)
  • Bill McDemett (High Point College)
  • Gary Ward (University of Maryland)
  • Barry Smith (High Point College)
  • Tom Bresnahan (University of Maryland)
  • John Austin (Boston College)
  • John Kefalas
  • William (Bo) Robinson
  • Mike Mewshaw
  • Al Moraz
  • John Reinhardt

1962

Record 29-3, High School National Champions
  • Brendan McCarthy (Boston College)
  • John Kefalas
  • Mike Dugan
  • Garrett Ford (University of West Virginia)
  • Raeder
  • James Colliflower (Davidson College)
  • Gary Ward (University of Maryland)
  • John Austin (Boston College)
  • Bill McDermott (High Point College)
  • John Jones (Los Angeles State University)
  • John Carrell (Mount St. Mary’s University)
  • James McBride

1963

Record 36-4, Washington Catholic League Champions
  • Brendan McCarthy (Boston College)
  • Bernard Williams (LaSalle University)
  • Garrett Ford (University of West Virginia)
  • Ernie Chris
  • Mickey Wiles (University of Maryland)
  • James Acton
  • Mike Dugan
  • Darryl Thornes
  • James McBride
  • Earl Thorne
  • James Colliflower
  • Joe Kennedy (Duke University)
  • Bob Whitmore (University of Notre Dame)

1964

Record 27-2, Washington Catholic League Champions
  • Garrett Ford (University of West Virginia)
  • Mickey Wiles (University of Maryland)
  • Darryl Thornes
  • James Acton
  • Ernie Austin (Syracuse University)
  • Bernard Williams (LaSalle University)
  • George McCarthy ( University of South Carolina)
  • Earl Thorne
  • Bob Petrini (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Bob Whitmore (University of Notre Dame)
  • Joe Kennedy (Duke University)
  • Sid Catlett (University of Notre Dame)
  • Brendan McCarthy (Boston College)
  • Ernie Chriss

1965

Record 28-1, High School National Champions
  • Bob Whitmore (University of Notre Dame)
  • Bernard Williams (LaSalle University)
  • Mickey Wiles (University of Maryland)
  • Terry Wiles (St. Vincent College)
  • Ernie Austin (Syracuse University)
  • Bo Whitaker (University of Notre Dame)
  • Tommy Jones
  • Ernie Chriss
  • Ned Merchant (Baltimore University)
  • George Wilson
  • Bruce Mitchell (University of Kansas)
  • Sid Catlett (University of Notre Dame)
  • Ed Barrett
  • Wayne Lockett (Virginia Polytechnic Institute)
  • Lou Sinclair

1966

Record 28-1, Washington Catholic League Champions
  • James Speaks
  • Bob Petrini (University of Notre Dame)
  • Ernie Austin (Syracuse University)
  • Bob Whitaker (University of Notre Dame)
  • Terry Wiles (St. Vincent College)
  • James Brown (Harvard University)
  • Aubrey Nash (University of Kansas)
  • Marty Madden
  • Hugh McQueeney
  • Phil Whatley (Temple University)
  • Ricky Cook (University of Cincinnati)
  • Wayne Lockett (Virginia Polytechnic Institute)
  • Eric Mitchell (St. Joseph’s College)
  • Bruce Mitchell (University of Kansas)
  • Sid Catlett (University of Notre Dame)

1967

Record 26-5
  • Wayne Lockett (Virginia Polytechnic Institute)
  • Mark Edwards (Georgetown University)
  • Eric Mitchell (St. Joseph’s College)
  • Sid Catlett (University of Notre Dame)
  • Bruce Mitchell (University of Kansas)
  • James Brown (Harvard University)
  • Aubrey Nash (University of Kansas)
  • Brady
  • Paul Wilson
  • Page Henley
  • Barry Kazley
  • Steve Garrett (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and American University)
  • Phil Whatley (Temple University)
  • Tim Connolly
  • Ray Hite (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  • Ricky Cook (University of Cincinnati)
  • Ricky Krivak

1968

Record 27-1, High School National Champions
  • Phil Whatley (Temple University)
  • Kevin McCarthy
  • Erman Edgecomb
  • Bruce Mitchell
  • James Brown (Harvard University)
  • Mark Edwards (Georgetown University)
  • Lou Carrell
  • Aubrey Nash (University of Kansas)
  • Eric Taylor (Randolph Macon College)
  • Jim Pheasant (University of North Carolina at Asheville)
  • Steve Garrett
  • Fred Koennel
  • Marty Fletcher
  • Billy Hite
  • Ray Hite (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

1969

Record 27-3, Washington Metropolitan Athletic Conference Champions
  • Kevin O’Rourke (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  • Ray Hite (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  • Steve Koennel
  • Jimmy Pheasant
  • R. Williams
  • Steve Garrett
  • Billy Hite
  • Ricky Schneider
  • Robert Bates
  • Mark Edwards
  • Ricky Hunt (Clemson University)
  • James Brown (Harvard University)
  • Kerry Scanlon (Harvard University)
  • Don Willis (Georgetown University)

1970

Record 28-3, Washington Metropolitan Athletic Conference Champions
  • Ray Hite (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  • Don Willis (Georgetown University)
  • Perry Clark
  • Ricky Schneider
  • Ricky Hunt (Clemson University)
  • Cornell Davis
  • Kevin Huffman (Wheeling College)
  • Mike Hawkins (Belmont Abbey College)
  • Joe O’Hare (East Carolina University)
  • Jim Dempsey
  • Billy Hicks
  • Adrian Dantley (University of Notre Dame)
  • Robert Bates
  • Dave Pyles
  • Brian Festa
  • Tim Ambrose (University of Richmond)
  • Hank Golotta
  • Terry Truax

1971

Record 29-2, Washington Metropolitan Athletic Conference Champions
  • Mike Sanford (University of Richmond)
  • Billy Langloh (University of Virginia)
  • Kenny Roy (University of Maryland)
  • Adrian Dantley (University of Notre Dame)
  • Ricky Hunt (Clemson University)
  • Joe O’Hare (East Carolina University)
  • Bill Hicks (Lafayette University)
  • Kevin Huffman
  • Vern Allen

1972

Record 30-1, Washington Metropolitan Athletic Conference Champions
  • Bill Hicks (Lafayette University)
  • Aaron Satterthwaite (Princeton University)
  • Ronnie Satterthwaite (College of WIlliam & Mary)
  • Vern Allen
  • Kevin Huffman
  • Tom Sain
  • Carroll Holmes (Northern Illinois University)
  • Adrian Dantley (University of Notre Dame)
  • Mike Sanford (University of Richmond)
  • Kenny Roy (University of Maryland)
  • Larry Nader (UNC at Pembroke)
  • Bobby Jacobs
  • Billy Langloh
  • Buzzy O’Connell (Stetson College)

1973

Record 30-1, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Adrian Dantley (University of Notre Dame)
  • Carroll Holmes (Northern Illinois University)
  • Billy Langloh (University of Virginia)
  • Larry Nader (UNC at Pembroke)
  • Buzzy O’Connell (Stetson College)
  • Ronnie Satterthwaite (College of WIlliam & Mary)
  • Bill Mecca (Niagara University)
  • Kenny Roy (University of Maryland)
  • Aaron Satterthwaite (Princeton University)
  • Kevin Looney (Clarion State College)
  • Mike Morton
  • Kenny Carr (North Carolina State University)
  • Vern Allen
  • Kevin Huffman
  • Charlie Wiles (Towson State)
  • Eric Coard (University of Nebraska)
  • Ed Buckley

1974

Record 27-5, Washington Metropolitan Athletic Conference Champions
  • Pete Strickland
  • Bobby Hampton
  • Bill Ruback (Niagara University)
  • Vern Allen
  • Charles “Hawkeye” Whitney (North Carolina State University)
  • Kenny Carr (North Carolina State University)
  • Eric Coard (University of Nebraska)
  • Kevin Looney (Clarion State College)
  • Bill Mecca (Niagara University)
  • Mark Jackson
  • Frank Washington (Angelo State University)
  • Joe Kerley
  • James Behun
  • John Wilson – manager
  • Joe Steppe – manager
  • Jeff Hathaway – manager
  • Jack Bruen – assistant coach
  • Marty Fletcher – assistant coach

1975

Record 26-5, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Bill Ruback (Niagara University)
  • Peter Strickland (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Bob Hampton (Baptist College)
  • Frank Washington (Angelo State University)
  • Toney Ellis
  • Kevin Kerley
  • Kevin Hughes (Limestone College)
  • Dave Dredger (Furman University)
  • Rick Poore
  • Dirk Jamison (Palm Beach Jr. College)
  • Kenny Howley (Catholic University)
  • Charles “Hawkeye” Whitney (North Carolina State University)
  • Carl Kendricks
  • Derek Parker
  • John Wilson – manager
  • Joe Steppe – manager
  • Jeff Hathaway – manager
  • Jack Bruen – assistant coach
  • Bernie McGregor – assistant coach
  • Marty Fletcher – assistant coach

1976

Record 28-5, Washington Metropolitan Athletic Conference Champions
  • Kevin Hughes (Limestone College)
  • Charles “Hawkeye” Whitney (North Carolina State University)
  • Dirk Jamison (Palm Beach Jr. College)
  • Clarence Des Bordes (Western Carolina University)
  • Dave Dredger
  • Chris Gildea (University of New Hampshire)
  • Paul DeVito (Jacksonville University)
  • Kenny Howley (Catholic University)
  • Joe Washington (University of Colorado)
  • Joe Lucas (Morris Harvey College)
  • Mark Hammond (Limestone College)
  • Mike Brey (Northwestern Louisiana)
  • Toney Ellis
  • Dave Smalley
  • Mark Spencer
  • Joe Steppe – manager
  • John Wilson – manager
  • Jeff Hathaway – manager
  • Jack Bruen – assistant coach
  • Marty Fletcher – assistant coach
  • Bernie McGregor – assistant coach
  • Perry Clark – assistant coach
  • Dave Skaggs – assistant coach

1977

Record 29-4
  • Mike Brey (Northwestern Louisiana)
  • Clarence DesBordes
  • Mark Hammond (Limestone College)
  • Joe Lucas (Morris Harvey)
  • Dutch Morley (University of Maryland)
  • Paul DeVito (Jacksonville University)
  • Dereck Whittenberg (North Carolina State University)
  • Joe Washington (University of Colorado)
  • Chris Gildea (University of New Hampshire)
  • Mike O’Driscoll (Wofford College)
  • Sidney Lowe (North Carolina State University)
  • Anthony Washington (St Francis University)
  • Charles “Tommy” Branch (Old Dominion University)
  • Mark Bruce (Wofford College)
  • Percy White (University of Western Kentucky)
  • Chris Bates – manager
  • Jeff Hathaway – manager
  • Jack Bruen – assistant coach
  • Bernie McGregor – assistant coach
  • Perry Clark – assistant coach

1978

Record 28-0, High School National Champions
  • Joe Washington (University of Colorado)
  • John Carroll (Davidson College)
  • Paul DeVito (Jacksonville University)
  • Mike O’Driscoll (Wofford College)
  • Sidney Lowe (North Carolina State University)
  • Dutch Morley (University of Maryland)
  • Koco Eaton
  • Dereck Whittenburg (North Carolina State University)
  • Mark Bruce (Wofford College)
  • Anthony Washington (St. Francis University)
  • Charles Branch (Old Dominion University)
  • Chris Gildea (University of New Hampshire)
  • Percy White (University of Western Kentucky)
  • Brian Barr (Mars-Hill College)
  • Mike Hibbs – manager
  • Chris Bates – manager
  • Colin Provost – manager
  • Rod Gross – manager
  • Perry Clark – assistant coach
  • Jack Bruen – assistant coach
  • Bernie McGregor – assistant coach

1979

Record 28-3, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Gil Hoffman (Virginia Tech)
  • Daryl Greene (Wheeling College)
  • Derek Carter (Virginia Tech)
  • Brian Sheahan (University of Richmond)
  • Sidney Lowe (North Carolina State University)
  • Dereck Whittenburg (North Carolina State University)
  • Percy White (University of Western Kentucky)
  • Bob Ferry (Harvard University)
  • John Carroll (Davidson College)
  • Eric Peek (Mercyhurst College)
  • Rod Gross – manager
  • Chris Bates – manager
  • Jack Bruen – assistant coach
  • Mike Hibbs – manager
  • Colin Provost – manager
  • Adrian Branch (University of Maryland)
  • Phil Coles (Robert Morris University)
  • Brian Barr (Mars-Hill College)
  • Ricky Gray (Clemson University)
  • Bernie McGregor – assistant coach
  • Joe Mihalich – assistant coach

1980

Record 27-4, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Darryl Green (Wheeling College)
  • Brian Sheahan (University of Richmond)
  • Steve Miller (University of Maryland)
  • Kelvin Johnson (University of Richmond)
  • Jay Samonsky (American University)
  • Gil Hoffman (Virginia Tech)
  • Adrian Branch (University of Maryland)
  • Ron Everhart (Virginia Tech)
  • Bob Ferry (Harvard University)
  • Phil Coles (Robert Morris University)
  • Eric Peek (Mercyhurst College)
  • Rod Gross – manager
  • Terri Jackson
  • Charles Minor (Hofstra University)
  • J. Nichols (American University)
  • Mark Lewis
  • Colin Provost – manager
  • K. Densmore – manager
  • Bernie McGregor – assistant coach
  • Joe Cantafio – assistant coach
  • Bob Patterson – assistant coach
  • Joe Mihalich – assistant coach

1981

Record 28-2, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Danny Shelko
  • Benny Bolton (North Carolina State University)
  • Leroy Allen (Niagara University)
  • Robert Roache (Robert Morris University)
  • Kelvin Johnson (University of Richmond)
  • Jay Samonsky (American University)
  • Pat Smith (Harvard University)
  • Tim Day
  • Bob Ferry (Harvard University)
  • Phil Coles (Robert Morris University)
  • Adrian Branch (University of Maryland)
  • Drew Komlo (University of Maryland)
  • Mark Morusiewicz
  • Michael Allen
  • Charles Minor (Hofstra University)
  • Tony Graves (Southwestern Missouri)
  • Pat Jameson
  • Mike Alexander (Boston University)
  • Joe Cantafio – assistant coach
  • Joe Mihalich – assistant coach
  • Bob Patterson – assistant coach
  • Sly Conyers – assistant coach
  • Kevin Hughes – assistant coach

1982

Record 28-3, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Conrad Austin (Howard University)
  • Robert Roache (Robert Morris University)
  • Pat Smith (Harvard University)
  • Erik Chapman (Virginia Tech)
  • Joe Connolly
  • Benny Bolton (North Carolina State University)
  • Tony Graves (Southwestern Missouri)
  • Danny Ferry (Duke University)
  • Leroy Allen (Niagara University)
  • Mike Alexander (Boston University)
  • Carlton Valentine (Michigan State University)
  • Drew Komlo (University of Maryland)
  • Greg Arnold (Hofstra University)

1983

Record 27-4, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Greg Arnold (Hofstra University)
  • Leroy Allen (Niagara University)
  • Robert Roache (Robert Morris University)
  • Quentin Jackson (North Carolina State University)
  • Erik Chapman (Virginia Tech)
  • Steve Trax (Old Dominion University)
  • Carlton Valentine (Michigan State University)
  • Drew Komlo (University of Maryland)
  • Juan Neal (Howard University)
  • Danny Ferry (Duke University)
  • William Ortiz
  • Benny Bolton (North Carolina State University)
  • Mike Grimes (Mount St. Mary’s)

1984

Record 29-2, High School National Champions
  • Juan Neal (Howard University)
  • Vic Roy (Louisiana Tech)
  • Mike Anderson (University of Maryland)
  • Quentin Jackson (North Carolina State University)
  • Mike Gielen (Harvard University)
  • Greg Tencza (Colgate University)
  • Pat Moylan (Bucknell University)
  • Paul Beasley
  • Steve Hood (James Madison University)
  • Steve Trax (Old Dominion University)
  • Mike Grimes (Mount St. Mary’s)
  • Danny Ferry (Duke University)
  • Carlton Valentine (Michigan State University)
  • Mike Graybill
  • Drew Komlo (University of Maryland)

1985

Record 31-3, Washington Metropolitan Athletic Conference Champions
  • Bobby-Dee Everhart
  • Jimmy Fowler
  • Mike Anderson (University of Maryland)
  • Mike Gielen (Harvard University)
  • Pat Moylan (Bucknell University)
  • John Gwynn (University of Connecticut)
  • Vic Roy (Louisiana Tech)
  • Greg Tencza (Colgate University)
  • Chris Baucia (Virginia Tech)
  • John Patrick
  • Jerrod Mustaf (University of Maryland)
  • Danny Ferry (Duke University)
  • Mike Colclough
  • Steve Hood (James Madison University)
  • Duane Faust (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
  • Mike Brey – assistant coach
  • Pete Strickland – assistant coach

1986

Record 26-7
  • Greg Brown (Delaware State University)
  • Milton “Skip” Bynum
  • John Gwynn (University of Connecticut)
  • Chris Baucia (Virginia Tech)
  • Jimmy Fowler
  • Bobby Dee Everhart (Fairmount State College)
  • Sherman Williams
  • Rod Balanis (Georgia Tech)
  • Dave Mahaffey
  • Mark Smith (U.S. Air Force Prep School)
  • Mike Manning (William & Mary)
  • Jerrod Mustaf (University of Maryland)
  • Jack Ruppert (Colgate University)
  • Steve Hood (James Madison University)
  • Duane Faust (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
  • Mike Brey – assistant coach
  • Pete Strickland – assistant coach

1987

Record 28-6, Washington Metropolitan Athletic Conference Champions
  • Rod Balanis (Georgia Tech)
  • Brendan Wootten (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Greg Brown (Delaware State University)
  • Bobby Dee Everhart (Fairmount State College)
  • Mark Smith (U.S. Air Force Prep School)
  • John Gwynn (University of Connecticut)
  • Bret Grebowsky (Clarion College)
  • Tracy Bergan (Loyola University)
  • James Long
  • Mike Manning (William & Mary)
  • Ted Jeffries
  • Jerrod Mustaf (University of Maryland)
  • Jack Ruppert (Colgate University)
  • Peter Reese (Radford University)
  • Bobby Hill (Mount St. Mary’s)
  • Mike Brey – assistant coach
  • Pete Strickland – assistant coach

1988

Record 30-3, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Kenny Blakeney (Duke University)
  • Brian Battle (Mars-Hill College)
  • Bret Grebowsky
  • Brendan Wootten (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Rod Balanis (Georgia Tech)
  • Reggie Veney
  • Kevin Cromer (Salisbury University)
  • Doug John
  • Pete Reece
  • Jason Bishop (University of Richmond)
  • Dan Kalinowski (Mount St. Mary’s)
  • Jerrod Mustaf (University of Maryland)
  • Derrick Chandler (University of Nebraska)
  • Ted Jeffries
  • Bobby Hill (Mount St. Mary’s)
  • Pat Smith – assistant coach
  • Neal Murphy – assistant coach

1989

Record 27-5
  • Heath Schroyer (Virginia Military Institute)
  • Bobby Johnson
  • Kobie Morgan
  • Reggie Veney
  • Tracy Bergan (Loyola University)
  • Duane Simpkins (University of Maryland)
  • Bryce Bevill (Syracuse University)
  • Ted Ellis (Manhattan College)
  • Kevin Cromer (Salisbury University)
  • Dave Bergan – Loyola University Maryland)
  • Kurtis Shultz (University of Maryland)
  • Derrel Hodges (University of Colorado)
  • James Fellows (Broward College)
  • Kenny Blakeney (Duke University)
  • Doug John
  • Pat Smith – assistant coach (Harvard University)
  • Neal Murphy – assistant coach (Mercy College)

1990

Record 26-8, Washington Metropolitan Athletic Conference Champions
  • Mike Jones (Old Dominion University)
  • Kenny Blakeney (Duke University)
  • Chris Lee (Rutgers University)
  • Ted Ellis (Manhattan College)
  • Joe Wootten (University of Maryland)
  • Mike Arnold
  • Duane Simpkins (University of Maryland)
  • Heath Schroyer (Virginia Military Institute)
  • Rob Ritter (Florida Atlantic University)
  • Rashaan Mitchell (University of Virginia)
  • Kurtis Shultz (University of Maryland)
  • Kevin Willingham (Belmont Abbey College)
  • Chris Parsons (Hofstra University)
  • Vaughn Jones (George Washington University)

1991

Record 30-0, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Milt Miles
  • Chris Lee (Rutgers University)
  • Ted Ellis (Manhattan College)
  • Joe Wootten (University of Maryland)
  • Duane Simpkins (University of Maryland)
  • Kevin Young (Morgan State University)
  • Mike Arnold
  • Mike Jones (Old Dominion University)
  • Rob Ritter (Florida Atlantic University)
  • Kevin Willingham (Belmont Abbey College)
  • Chris Parsons (Hofstra University)
  • Vaughn Jones (George Washington University)
  • Eric Contee (Glenville State College)

1992

Record 31-2, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Dennis Franco
  • Vaughn Jones (George Washington University)
  • Duane Simpkins (University of Maryland)
  • Reggie Funderburk (Rutgers University)
  • Chris Gray
  • Tim Strachan (University of Maryland)
  • Kareem Stewart
  • Adrian Parson (Hofstra University)
  • Michael Witherspoon
  • Steve Napper (Winthrop University)
  • Kevin Willingham (Belmont Abbey College)
  • Dean Willingham
  • Travis Lyons (Manhattan College)
  • Changa King

1993

Record 20-10
  • Brian McCarthy (Univeristy of Virginia)
  • Tim Hill (Harvard University)
  • Chris Gray
  • Terry McGann (Furman University)
  • Robert Williams (Oregon State University)
  • Louis Guilford
  • Tim Strachan (University of Maryland)
  • Ryan Clements (Colgate University)
  • Steve Napper (Winthrop University)
  • Dean Willingham
  • Darryl Presley (University of Delaware)
  • Travis Lyons (Manhattan College)
  • James Sartor (Frostburg State University)

1994

Record 28-4, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Marvin Wingfield
  • Robert Williams (Oregon State University)
  • Terry McGann (Furman University)
  • Tim Hill (Harvard University)
  • James Sartor (Frostburg State University)
  • Charles Wiley (Rutgers University)
  • Pat Smith (Harvard University)
  • Neal Murphy (Mercy College)
  • Gary Perry (Howard University)
  • Ryan Clements (Colgate University)
  • Michael Pegues (University of  Delaware)
  • Greg Cristell (University of Florida)
  • Darryl Presley (University of Delaware)
  • Marcus Washington (Goucher College)
  • Travis Lyons (Manhattan College)

1995

Record 26-7
  • William Goodwine
  • Bobby Weaver (East Carolina University)
  • Terry McGann (Furman University)
  • Tim Hill (Harvard University)
  • Greg Harris (Mount St. Mary’s)
  • Frank Oliver (Florida A&M University)
  • Matt Meiners (University of Wisconsin)
  • Pat Smith (Harvard University)
  • Neal Murphy (Mercy College)
  • Ryan Clements (Colgate University)
  • Gary Perry (Howard University)
  • Darryl Presley (University of Delaware)
  • Greg Cristell (University of Florida)
  • Atilla Cosby (University of Pitsburgh)
  • Michael Pegues (University of Delaware)
  • Ward Griffith (Miami Dade College)
  • Charles Wiley (Rutgers University)

1996

Record 31-5, Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Champions
  • Mike Robertson (Catholic University)
  • Brian Westbrook (Villanova University)
  • Greg Harris (Mount St. Mary’s)
  • Frank Oliver (Florida A&M University)
  • Matt Meiners (University of Wisconsin)
  • Renard Phillips (Virginia Military Institute)
  • Tom Paolucci (Western Maryland)
  • Malcolm Hilliard (Prince George’s Community College)
  • Keith Bogans (University of Kentucky)
  • Michael Pegues (University of Delaware)
  • Brad Martin (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
  • Derrick Heard (St. Mary’s College)
  • John Day (Notre Dame University)

1997

Record 27-7
  • Dan McNair (University of Richmond)
  • Jeff Lee (Charles County Community College)
  • Renard Phillips (Virginia Military Institute)
  • Brian Westbrook (Villanova University)
  • Mike Robertson (Catholic University)
  • Sam Weaver (University of Maryland)
  • John Sadusky (Boston University)
  • Daryl Greene (Niagara University)
  • John Day (Notre Dame University)
  • Nashim Ablo (Lafayette College)
  • Andre Scott (University of Rhode Island)
  • Derrick Heard (St. Mary’s College)
  • Keith Bogans (University of Kentucky)
  • Joe Forte (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  • Joe Wootten – assistant coach (University of Maryland)
  • Neal Murphy – assistant coach (Mercy College)

1998

Record 34-1, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Jeff Lee (Charles County Community College)
  • Sam Weaver (University of Maryland)
  • John Day-Owens (Notre Dame University)
  • Joe Forte (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  • Renard Phillips (Virginia Military Institute)
  • Daryl Greene (Niagara University)
  • Keith Bogans (University of Kentucky)
  • John Sadusky (Boston University)
  • Brett Herberger (Virginia Polytechnic Institute)
  • Derek Ahern (American University)
  • Matt Slaninka (University of Maryland)
  • Andre Scott (University of Rhode Island)
  • Dan Burruss (John Hopkins University)
  • Jordan Collins (North Carolina State University)

1999

Record 28-4
  • Bill Edelin (Syracuse University)
  • Jordan Collins (N.C. State University)
  • Matt Slaninka (University of Maryland)
  • Derek Ahern (American University)
  • Robin Wentt (University of Delaware)
  • Brett Herberger (Virginia Polytechnic Institute)
  • Danny Burruss (Johns Hopkins University)
  • John Sadusky (Boston University)
  • Jason Forte (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  • Keith Bogans (University of Kentucky)
  • Sam Anstead (Western Maryland)
  • Vince Bartozzi (Carnegie-Mellon)
  • Hekima Jackson (Howard University)
  • Joe Wootten – assistant coach (University of Maryland)
  • Neal Murphy – assistant coach (Mercy College)

2000

Record 28-5
  • Hekima Jackson (Howard University)
  • Tilden Brill (College of Charleston)
  • Maurice Carter
  • Bill Edelin (Syracuse University)
  • Izaac Clark (Washington University in St. Louis)
  • Vince Bartozzi (Carnegie-Mellon)
  • Warren Williams (University of Dayton)
  • Sam Anstead (Western Maryland)
  • Stephen Danley (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Travis Garrison (University of Maryland)
  • Matt Slaninka (University of Maryland)
  • Jordan Collins (North Carolina State University)
  • Robert Wentt (University of Delaware)
  • Leonard Smith (Virginia State University)
  • Mike Jones – assistant coach (Old Dominion)
  • Neal Murphy – assistant coach (Mercy College)

2001

Record 29-6, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Chris Peterson (University of Iowa)
  • Shaka Dickerson (Columbia University)
  • Izaac Clark (Washington University in St. Louis)
  • Elijah Brooks (Kent State University)
  • Warren Williams (University of Dayton)
  • Corey McCrae (Wagner College)
  • Tilden Brill (College of Charleston)
  • Leonard Smith (Virginia State University)
  • Stephen Danley (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Jordan Collins (North Carolina State University)
  • Travis Garrison (University of Maryland)
  • Chris Stephenson (Lehigh University)
  • Royce Wynn (Florida A&M)
  • Ryan Mitch (University of Maryland)

2002

Record 32-3, Washington D.C. City Champions
  • Germaine Green (St. Petersburg College)
  • Joseph Hunter (McDaniel College)
  • Shaka Dickerson (Columbia University)
  • Elijah Brooks (Kent State University, College of William and Mary)
  • Chris Peterson (University of Iowa)
  • Warren Williams (University of Dayton)
  • Corey McCrae (Wagner College)
  • Chris Stevenson (Lehigh University)
  • Maurice Jones
  • Stephen Danley (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Travis Garrison (University of Maryland)
  • Desmond Adedeji (University of Dayton)
  • Martin Bond
  • Ryan Mitch (University of Maryland)