|Date||Opponent / Event||Location||Time||Media|
|09/04/04||vs. St. Francis (NY) (at Navy Open)||Annapolis, MD||L, 16-9||More|
|vs. UC Santa Cruz (at Navy Open)||Annapolis, MD||L, 8-6||More|
|09/05/04||vs. Loyola Marymount (at Navy Open)||Annapolis, MD||L, 18-7||More|
|vs. Iona (at Navy Open)||Annapolis, MD||W, 10-6||More|
|09/12/04||at at Princeton*||Princeton, NJ||L, 8-4||More|
|09/15/04||vs. Navy*||Washington, D.C.||L, 13-6||More|
|09/18/04||at at Bucknell*||Lewisburg, PA||L, 9-3||More|
|at vs. Johns Hopkins*||Lewisburg, PA||L, 9-6||More|
|09/25/04||vs. Princeton (at ECAC Championship)||Cambridge, MA||L, 14-6||More|
|vs. Iona (at ECAC Championship)||Cambridge, MA||W, 9-8||More|
|09/26/04||vs. Johns Hopkins (at ECAC Championship)||Cambridge, MA||L, 10-9||More|
|10/02/04||vs. Bucknell*||Washington, D.C.||L, 13-7||More|
|10/05/04||vs. Johns Hopkins*||Washington, D.C.||W, 9-8||More|
|10/07/04||vs. Chapman||Orange County, CA (Orange HS)||L, 9-5||More|
|10/08/04||vs. Occidental (Claremont Convergence)||Claremont, CA||W, 10-4||More|
|vs. La Verne (Claremont Convergence)||Claremont, CA||L, 8-6 (2OT)||More|
|10/09/04||vs. Redlands (Claremont Convergence)||Claremont, CA||L, 6-3||More|
|vs. Whittier (Claremont Convergence)||Claremont, CA||L, 13-6||More|
|10/15/04||vs. Salem International*||Annapolis, MD||L, 10-8||More|
|10/17/04||vs. Princeton*||Washington, D.C.||L, 6-4||More|
|10/20/04||at at Navy*||Annapolis, MD||L, 18-6||More|
|10/22/04||vs. Gannon||Salem, WV||W, 11-7||More|
|10/23/04||at Salem International*||Salem, WV||W, 7-3||More|
|at vs. Slippery Rock||Salem, WV||W, 6-5||More|
|10/30/04||vs. Gannon (CWPA Southern Championship)||Princeton, NJ||W, 9-7||More|
|vs. Salem International (CWPA Southern Championship)||Princeton, NJ||L, 10-9 (OT)||More|
|vs. Slippery Rock (CWPA Southern Championship)||Princeton, NJ||L, 7-6||More|
|10/31/04||vs. Mercyhurst (CWPA Southern Championship)||Princeton, NJ||W, 13-1||More|
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