Goalie, has been affiliated with the MILL since its inception in 1987. Kevin was a member of the Philadelphia
Wings organization when they won the Championship in 1989 and 1990. Kevin has played for the Mt. Washington Lacrosse Club since 1985, which won the Championship in 1990 and 1992. He received the clubs highest honor, the Mt. Washington
Cup in 1989 and 1990. Bilger was voted the Team Unsung Hero for the University of Maryland in 1984, the same year he graduated with a degree in Horticulture.
Brian begins his second season as a forward for the Pittsburgh Bulls. A 1990 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Brian played midfield at the Academy for four years. He was captain of his team, and also a three-time All-America. A native of Syracuse, NY, Ensign Keith is currently stationed at Newport News, Virginia.
Butch begins his fifth year with the MILL, and his second season with the Pittsburgh Bulls. Formerly with the Baltimore Thunder for two seasons, Marino, is a forward from the University of Delaware. There he was a three-time All-American standout. Butch plays for the Mt. Washington Lacrosse Club who won the 1990 and 1991 National Championship. In
addition to three All-Club honors, he is also a two-time All -Pro selection. Marino resides in Baltimore Md., where he works as a sales representative for a major medical and pharmaceutical manufacturer.
Dave begins his third season of play with the Pittsburgh Bulls. He serves as team captain for the Bulls. Dave has quite an impressive list of lacrosse credentials. At Johns Hopkins, Pietramala was a three-time first team All-America, and his team won the 1987 NCAA Championship. Dave was selected as the Most Valuable Player in the 1990 World Games. The United States Club Lacrosse Association selected Dave as the 1991 Player of the Year. Pietramala, assistant lacrosse coach at the University of Pennsylvania, resides in Baltimore, Maryland with wife Traci.