Lacrosse - 2002
Mark Cavallaro graduated from Corning East High School in 1985 following a stellar high school sports career in both football and lacrosse. Mark capped his high school lacrosse career by being named an All American following his senior season. He was also named to participate in the North/South All Star Game and was a first-team All Sullivan Trail Lacrosse League member as a junior and senior. Other awards won by Mark included the Senior Athlete Award for both lacrosse and football and the Wilbur T. Miller Award. Prior to his senior season, Mark was named to the Empire Games and helped his Western Division squad win a bronze medal. Following that he was named as the MVP of the Rutgers Lacrosse Camp. Mark went on to play college lacrosse at Washington College where he played in three consecutive Division Three national championship games. During the 1987 season, Mark was the leading scorer for Washington College as an attackman. He also played midfield as a junior and senior and was named the Washington College Most Valuable Defensive Player as a middie during his senior season. After his playing days at Washington College, Mark was a member of the team that captured the National Club Championship and was also a member of the wining Canadian Club Championship. Mark currently resides in Maryland with his wife Angela and two daughters, Madelyn and Lillian where he owns his own business.