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Ryan McAleavey concluded his third season as the head coach of the men's lacrosse program at Florida Tech in spring 2014.
With 19 newcomers in 2014, Florida Tech set new records in points, assists, faceoff wins, faceoff percentage, ground balls and caused turnovers. FIT nearly upset Catawba College, Wheeling Jesuit University, Saint Leo University and Belmont Abbey College.
After the season, freshmen CJ Nichols, Charlie Morrisette and Mike Cherry were named to the All-SSC Freshman Team, while Nichols earned All-SSC First Team honors after recording 22 goals and 15 assists. Cherry's 12 forced turnovers also earned the Pennsylvania native All-SSC Second Team honors, along with sophomore transfer Nick Wynne. Wynne scored 22 goals and All-SSC Honorable Mention faceoff specialist Travis Wunder set single-season records in ground balls, faceoff wins and faceoff percentage, winning 131 faceoffs and registering 64 ground balls.
Florida Tech's 33 points, 19 goals and 14 assists versus Lynn University were single-game school records, and the Panthers coasted to a 19-5 win, the first-ever Sunshine State Conference win for FIT.
In just his second season at Florida Tech, McAleavey was named Deep South Conference Coach of the Year in 2013. He led the Panthers to a 6-8 record in 2013 after they went 2-12 during their inaugural season in 2012.