Lacrosse - 2008
GREG HAVALCHAK graduated form Corning East High in 2002. He was one of the best goalies ever for the Trojans storied lacrosse team holding school records for most saves in a season and most saves in a career. In the summer of 2002, Greg was a member of the bronze medal winning lacrosse team in the Empire State Games. Following his graduation from East, Greg was awarded a full scholarship to attend Rutgers University where he made an immediate impact by being named Division One Freshman of the Year by Inside Lacrosse.Three times at Rutgers Greg was named to the AllAmerican team, and as sophomore he was named a finalist for the Tewaaraton Award, the top individual honor for a lacrosse player. Greg was named the ECAC Defensive Player of the Year twice, and three times he was named the most valuable player for Rutgers. He is currently playing in the Major Lacrosse League for the Rochester Rattlers and also serves as the goalie coach and defensive coordinator at Rensselear Polytechnic Institute.