Sgarlata assumes role after 18 seasons on staff, last eight as assistant head coach
2008: Appeared in all 10 games ... A Second Team All-Patriot League selection ... Finished second on the team, and ninth in the Patriot League, in tackles with 69 ... Had 32 solo stops and 37 assists ... Had one tackle-for-loss and one forced fumble ... Had at least six tackles in nine games ... Had nine tackles in back-to-back games, at Lafayette and at Yale ... Registered eight tackles against Bucknell and Fordham .... Had seven stops three times, against Holy Cross, Richmond and Lehigh ... Tallied six tackles against Penn and Marist ... A Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.
2007: A starter in all 11 games ... Finished fourth on the team with 60 tackles (29 solo) ... Also recorded two pass breakups ... Had two games with at least 10 stops ... Registered a season-high 11 tackles against Fordham ... Tallied 10 tackles and a pass breakup against Yale ... Recorded five solo stops and nine tackles in a win at Bucknell ... Had eight tackles and forced a fumble against Yale ... Had at least five tackles in four other games (at Stony Brook, at Penn, at Lehigh and Colgate) ... A Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.
2006: Saw major time during his freshman season ... Appeared in all 11 games, drawing a starting assignment in the final five games of the season ... Finished 10th on the team in tackles with 37 ... Had 21 solo stops and 16 assists ... Registered at least four tackles in each of the last six games ... Had four tackles, three solo, at Brown in the second game of the season ... Tallied five total tackles (four solo) and one-half for loss against Lehigh ... Matched his career-high with seven tackles in back-to-back games against Bucknell (three solo) and at Charleston Southern (five solo) ... Had four tackles against Marist ... Credited with five tackles (four assists) at Lafayette ... Closed out the season with four stops (three solo) at Fordham.
High School: Attended The Hill School as a post-graduate ... Attended Masuk (2002-03) and West Chester (2004) ... First team selection at free safety by the MAPL league coaches ... Tabbed as an honorable mention selection by The Mercury News ... Earned the "Richard O'Shaughnessy Award" for best post-graduate student-athlete ... Led the Hill School with 63 tackles and five interceptions ... Won the South-West Conference at Masuk in 2003 with a 14-1 record ... Earned scholastic honors from 2002-06.
Personal: Born on December 9, 1987 in Bridgeport, Connecticut ... The son of Anthony and Deborah Mack ... Has two sisters, Warnetta, who attended Virginia Tech and is in the United States Navy, and Charrell, and a brother, Trevor ... Book Award Scholarship recipient in 2004 and active in community church services.