May 11, 2005
Providence, Rhode Island - Six members of the Brown men's lacrosse team have been honored by the Ivy League as All-Ivy selections for the 2005 season, as voted by the six Ancient Eight men's lacrosse coaches.
Senior attackman Chazz Woodson (Virginia Beach, VA) and sophomore defender Bobby Shields (Hampstead, NH) were named second team All-Ivy selections, while senior midfielder Christopher Mucciolo (Manhasset, NY), senior midfielder Britton Derkac (Virginia Beach, VA), junior midfielder Kyle Wailes (Toronto, Canada) and junior goalie Nicholas Gentilesco (Setauket, NY) were chosen as honorable mention All-Ivy honorees.
Woodson was Brown's second leading scorer with 28 points, netting 19 goals and handing out nine assists. He had a big Ivy game against Yale, registering three goals and two assists.
A fierce defender, Shields was matched-up against the opponents' top attackman. Shields, who picked-up 18 ground balls for the season, scored his first career goal with an end-to-end run against Yale.
Wailes ranked third nationally and was the Ivy League leader in assists with 30 for the season, averaging 2.50 assists per game. He led Brown in scoring with 35 points (5 goals, 30 assists). Mucciolo's 12 goals in Ivy League games led the Bears, while his 19 goals overall was tied for second on the Brown team. He netted a season high three goals against Yale.
Derkac was a potent scorer, netting 17 goals and handing out four assists. He netted a career high four goals against Penn, and was second on the Brown team with 39 ground balls. Gentilesco ranked second in the Ivy League and 14th nationally with an 8.06 goals against average. He registered a season high 17 saves vs. Yale, and posted a .568 save percentage.