The Midshipmen won a school-record 15 games en route to their National Championship appearance in 2004.
Winter in 2006:
Earned playing time in five contests, including a pair of Patriot League contests in which he grabbed ground balls against Lafayette and Holy Cross ... also saw minimal action against Lehigh in the Patriot League Tournament ... saw action in road games at Saint Joseph's in the season opener, as well as against nationally-ranked North Carolina.
Saw action in two games, including the Mids' season opener against Providence in Connecticut ... scooped up a ground ball against the Friars, the first of his career ... also played against Lafayette.
Competed in four contests, including Navy's victory over top-ranked Maryland ... also played against conference foes Colgate (regular season), Lehigh and Holy Cross.
More on Winter:
A 2003 graduate of Bay Shore High School, Winter was a four-year letterwinner in lacrosse, while also earning three letters in soccer ... led his high school lax team to the 2003 Super Six Championship (Suffolk County Class A) with a 12-4 record ... named the 2003 Suffolk County Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year in 2003 for his athlete prowess in lacrosse and soccer ... earned all-league recognition as a junior and senior, while garnering all-county kudos in 2002 ... named academic all-county in 2002 as a full back on the soccer team ... served as student council secretary ... member of the National and Service Honor Societies ... full name is Patrick Brian Winter ... born March 22, 1985, in Bay Shore, N.Y. ... son of Gerard and Kristin Winter ... majoring in Economics ... has service selected surface warfare.