2014: The veteran defenseman was acquired by the Florida Launch during the offseason, and went on to appear in 13 games for the first-year squad. He tallied 14 groundballs, 0.5 penalty minutes and one goal.
2013: Cinosky provided the Hounds with leadership and a physical presence on the defensive end of the field, and helped spark the Hounds' run to the MLL Championship game. During the regular season, he appeared in 12 games, recording 16 groundballs and 14.5 penalty minutes. The defenseman also scored his first MLL goal since his rookie season of 2008. In addition, Cinosky collected six groundballs for the Hounds in the postseason.
2012: The Hounds acquired Cinosky through a trade with the Outlaws just before training camp in April 2012. The defenseman played in 11 games of the franchise's inaugural season. Cinosky tallied two assists and scooped up 19 groundballs.
2011: The defenseman played in seven games with the Bayhawks, recording eight groundballs and four-and-a-half penalty minutes.
2010: Cinosky won his second MLL Championship, with the Chesapeake Bayhawks, collecting 16 groundballs and six-and-a-half penalty minutes through 10 regular-season and two postseason games.
2009: As a member of the Toronto Nationals, Cinosky tallied three assists and 27 groundballs en route to an MLL Championship. In addition, the defenseman was named to the “Young Guns” MLL All-Star roster.
2008: Selected 9th overall by the New Jersey Pride in the 2008 Collegiate Draft, Cinosky played in 11 games, tallying three goals and collecting 24 groundballs.
Other Pro Lacrosse Experience: Cinosky played four seasons in the National Lacrosse League, from 2009-12, and also has been a member of the U.S. Men’s National Team.
Collegiate: In four years at Maryland, Cinosky played 66 games, recording two goals and two assists for four points while adding 115 groundballs and 75 caused turnovers. In addition, he served 21.5 penalty minutes. In 2005, the defenseman earned the Levitt Memorial Award as Maryland’s best freshman. Serving as a team captain in 2008, Cinosky also was named a 2nd Team USILA All-American and All-ACC.