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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010 Penn State Men’s Soccer

2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Table of Contents & Team Information 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010 Schedule

4-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Head Coach Bob Warming

6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach Jason Mims 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coach Isang Jacob

8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010 Roster 9-23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Nittany Lions

24-25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009 Statistics 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Penn State in the Big Ten

27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Big Ten Championships

28-31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Penn State Honors

31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Postseason History 32-33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Individual Records

34-35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Season Leaders

36 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Postseason History

37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Coaching History

38-45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Year-by-Year Results

46-48 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .All-Time Letterwinners 49 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Record Versus Opponents

Athletic Communications Men’s Soccer Contact: John Regenfuss Mailing address: 101-H Bryce Jordan Center University Park, PA 16802 Office Phone: 814-865-1757 Cell Phone: 814-876-0824 FAX: 814-863-3165 Email: jmr49@psu.edu Website: www.GoPSUsports.com

Credits

e 2010 Penn State Men’s Soccer Yearbook was compiled, written and layed out by John Regenfuss; Jeff Nelson, Executive Editor; Michele Kopec, Design and Cover Art. Photos by or courtesy of: Ken Gilbert, Steve Manuel, Penn State Athletics, John Regenfuss, and Mark Selders. U.Ed. No. ICA-11-6

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Team Information Head Coach ..................................Bob Warming (First year) Career Record..........................383-180-64 (.662) (32 years) Assistant Coach ................................Jason Mims (First year Assistant Coach ............................Isang Jacob (Second year) 2010 Captains ..............................Andres Casais, Drew Cost Team Trainer ................................................Andra omas Team Managers ..........................Noah Creany, Matt Carroll Team Doctor ..................................................Bobbi Millard Home Field ..........................................Jeffrey Field (5,000) 2009 Record ..............................................................12-8-2 2009 Big Ten Record ......................................3-2-1 (T2nd) 2009 Big Ten Championship ..............................Runner-up Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................................16/6 Starters Returning/Lost ..................................................9/2 Newcomers ........................................................................8 All-Time Record ..............................................753-342-116 All-Time Big Ten Record..........................................55-41-9 National Championships ................................................11 Big Ten Championships ....................................................3

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2010 SCHEDULE August

Sat. Sat.

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HARTWICK (Ex.) vs. Louisville (Ex.) (1)

Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri. Sun. Fri. Wed.

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vs. Buffalo (2) vs. College of Charleston (2) BUCKNELL (3) BINGHAMTON (3) at Air Force at Denver INDIANA* SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.)

Sun. Wed. Sun. Wed. Sun. Wed. Sat. Wed.

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at Michigan*^ VILLANOVA MICHIGAN STATE* AKRON at Northwestern* UMBC OHIO STATE*^ at Penn

September

October

November

Tues. 2 Sat. 6 .-Sun. 11-14 Fri. 19 Tues. 23 Sat. 27 Fri. 3 Fri. 10 Sun. 12

7:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

at Lafayette 7:00 p.m. at Wisconsin* 8:00 p.m. Big Ten Tournament (4) TBA NCAA Championship First Round TBA NCAA Championship Second Round TBA NCAA Championshipird Round TBA NCAA Championship Quarterfinals TBA College Cup Semifinals (5) TBA College Cup Final (5) TBA

100TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

Penn State’s game with conference rival Ohio State on October 23 will be special not only because it will be a rematch of the thrilling 2009 Big Ten Tournament title game but because Nittany Lion soccer alums and fans will gather to honor and commemorate the program’s 100-year anniversary.

2010 BIG TEN TOURNAMENT

From November 11-14, Penn State will host the 2010 Big Ten Tournament at Jeffrey Field. e Nittany Lions have hosted the annual conference postseason event on three occasions, with the last coming in 2002. ALL TIMES EASTERN * Big Ten games ^ Big Ten Network games (1) ShindigZ National Soccer Festival, Fort Wayne, Ind. (2) Wolstein Soccer Classic, Columbus, Ohio (3) Penn State Classic, University Park, Pa. (4) Hosted by Penn State, University Park, Pa.

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Section Head heading CoachLeft Bob Warming Head Coach

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Bob

Warming

First Year at Penn State Berea College, 1975

Career Record: 383-180-64 (.662)

On May 24, 2010, Bob Warming was introduced as the head coach of the Penn State men's soccer program, becoming the 11th in its vaunted 100-year history. Warming, whose distinguished career spans 32 years, came to Happy Valley from Creighton University, where he took over a previously dormant program and developed it into a conference and regional power and national title contender. Warming's three-plus decades as a head coach have been marked by distinction, achievement, and success. e six-time finalist for national coach of the year and 2008 winner of the award, according to FieldTurf Tarkett, holds a lofty place in the NCAA record book, ranking sixth among active Division I head coaches and 15th in Division I history with 383 victories. Warming is also one of only two active coaches in Division I to take two different programs to the College Cup. In 14 total years at Creighton, served in two different stints (1990-94, 2001-09), Warming, the winningest coach in program history, led the Bluejays to 190 victories, seven Missouri Valley Conference regular season and tournament championships, 11 NCAA Championship appearances, and to the 2002 College Cup. His teams proved nearly unbeatable at home, compiling a 107-18-15 record in Omaha. In recognition of his dominance in league play, Warming, a three-time Missouri Valley Conference Coach of the Year honoree, was named the MVC All-Centennial Team Coach in 2006. Also successful in the classroom, Warming's Creighton squads received the NSCAA Team Academic Achievement Award in 2003, 2004, 2008, and 2009. Warming has also produced numerous professional prospects while at Creighton, as at least one player has been selected in every MLS draft, a total of 24 since the league's inception in 1996. An ardent believer in giving back through charitable works, Warming's 2009 Creighton squad won the community service award for performing over 1500 hours of volunteer activities, including working on Habitat for Humanity projects, reading to elementary school students, and helping out at hospitals. Warming has also has served as the honorary chairman of the Boy Scouts of America for Nebraska and as the honorary chairman of the Omaha Children's Crisis Center annual fund raiser. Warming has not only built successful teams on the field, but also assisted with the design, fundraising, and construction management of three collegiate soccer stadiums, including, most recently, the $13 million, 6,000seat, state-of-the-art Michael G. Morrison, S.J., Stadium at Creighton. He and his winning teams helped fill the stands at Morrison Stadium, as Creighton led the MVC and ranked in the NCAA top 10 in attendance each of the past seven seasons. In between his tenures at Creighton, Warming served as head coach at Saint Louis University, where he guided it to four Conference USA championships, three NCAA Championship berths, and the 1997 College Cup. His Billiken teams also finished ranked in the top 20 in all four seasons. Warming also previously held head coaching positions at Old Dominion (1996), Charlotte (1982-88), Berry College (1977-81), and Transylvania University (1976). His career coaching record stands at an impressive 3834

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180-64 (.662). A 1975 graduate of Berea College (Ky.), Warming was a four-sport varsity letterwinner, starring on the golf, swimming, tennis, and soccer teams. As a starting goalkeeper, he posted a 28-2-2 record. Warming also holds a master's of science degree in sport administration from Eastern Kentucky University. Warming and his wife, Cindy, have four children - Emily, Bess, and twins Audrey and Grant. “Penn State is very fortunate to have secured the services of a coach with such impeccable credentials. Bob's success has placed him among elite company in the history of NCAA men's soccer. He is an outstanding coach and recruiter who has a proven track record of developing accomplished studentathletes, on and off the field. We are thrilled to have him take over the leadership of the men's soccer program and continue its strong tradition. We look forward to working alongside Bob as we position Penn State to contend for Big Ten and national championships.”

- Penn State Athletic Director Tim Curley

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Six-time finalist for NCAA Division I National Coach of the Year (1991, 1992, 1993, 2002, 2005, 2008) Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) All-Centennial Team Coach (2006) ree-time MVC Coach of the Year (1992, 1993, 2008) Seven MVC regular season championships (1992, 1993, 1994, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008) 15 NCAA Tournament appearances (1992-94) (1997-2008) Led Saint Louis to 1997 College Cup Led Creighton to 2002 College Cup 1993 Soccer News National Coach of the Year 2008 FieldTurf Tarkett National Coach of the Year 2009 Omaha Sports Hall of Fame Inductee 28 winning seasons Ranks sixth among NCAA active coaches with 383 wins One of two active Division I coaches to take two different teams to the College Cup

Head Coach Bob Warming CAREER COACHING RECORD 1976 Transylvania

2-11-1

Berry College

7-5-0

1978

Berry College

12-5-0

1979

Berry College

16-3-0

1980

Berry College

15-3-1

1981

Berry College

11-6-1

1982

Charlotte

11-6-3

1983

Charlotte

7-9-4

1984

Charlotte

11-7-3

1985

Charlotte

11-6-2

1986

Charlotte

9-13-0

1987

Charlotte

8-7-2

1988

Charlotte

10-4-3

1990

Creighton

12-5-3

1991

Creighton

12-5-2

1992*

Creighton

14-3-1

1993*

Creighton

19-1-0

1994*

Creighton

15-5-1

1996

Old Dominion

3-17-0

1997^$

Saint Louis

16-5-4

1998^

Saint Louis

14-5-1

1999^

Saint Louis

17-4-2

2000^

Saint Louis

13-3-3

2001

Creighton

11-9-1

2002*$

Creighton

18-4-2

2003*

Creighton

12-6-4

2004

Creighton

14-4-2

2005

Creighton

15-5-3

2006*

Creighton

13-5-3

2007*

Creighton

12-3-5

2008

Creighton

16-2-2

2009

Creighton

7-4-5

Career Total

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1977

383-180-64 (.662)

* Missouri Valley Conference champions ^ Conference USA champions $ College Cup appearances

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Section Assistant heading Coach Left Jason Mims Assistant Coach

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Jason

Mims

First Year at Penn State Saint Louis, 1999

Jason Mims, who has been an assistant coach under Bob Warming at Saint Louis and Creighton for the past 10 years, will serve in that same role at Penn State, starting with the 2010 season. A player for Warming at Saint Louis from 1997-99 and a Billiken assistant under him in 2000, Mims has been recognized as one of the best identifiers and developers of collegiate soccer talent in the nation. Honored by College Soccer News as a top assistant on three occasions, he has been a finalist for the AFLAC National Assistant Coach of the Year, was a member of the 2008 MVC Coaching Staff of the Year, and was named the 2008 NSCAA Central Region Assistant Coach of the Year. In eight of Mims' nine seasons on the Creighton staff, the Bluejays had at least one National Player of the Year candidate. Creighton has also boasted an offense ranked among the most prolific in the Missouri Valley Conference on an annual basis. During his tenure, the Bluejays won six MVC regular season or tournament titles, earned nine consecutive NCAA Championships bids, and advanced to one College Cup. As head coach of his club squad, Mims captured five Nebraska state titles. In 2007, the club captured the Region II championship and advanced to nationals, becoming the first ever Nebraska youth soccer team to win a game. Mims was also involved with the Nebraska Olympic Development Program. During his playing career at Saint Louis, Mims was a two-time AllConference USA and NSCAA All-Midwest Region selection and part of a 1997 Billiken team that advanced to the College Cup. Mims has remained active in competitive soccer, teaming with former fellow Creighton assistant Johnny Torres to claim the 2008 United States Adult Soccer Association Over 30 Championship and helping to organize a team to qualify and participate in the U.S. Open Cup. A native of Memphis, Tenn., Mims earned a communication degree from Saint Louis in 1999.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS ree-time College Soccer News Top Assistant AFLAC National Assistant Coach of the Year finalist (2003) Member of MVC Coaching Staff of the Year (2008) NSCAA Central Region Assistant Coach of the Year (2008) 2002 College Cup (coach) Six MVC regular season or tournament championships Nine consecutive NCAA Championships bids Five Nebraska state club titles (coach) 1997 College Cup (player) Two-time NSCAA All-Midwest Region selection (player) Two-time All-Conference USA selection (player) 2008 United States Adult Soccer Association Over 30 Championship (player)

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Assistant Coach Isang Jacob Assistant Coach Isang

Jacob

After helping the Nittany Lions increase their win total from five to 12, advance to the Big Ten Tournament title game, and earn a No. 7 seed in the NCAA Championship in his first year in Happy Valley, Isang Jacob returns for a second season as an assistant at Penn State. Jacob came to Penn State after 16 years of distinguished service at the state, regional, national, and international club levels. Most recently, while making his home in the Indianapolis, Ind. area, he served as the head coach of the Indy Burn '90 Eagles (2002-09), leading them to seven consecutive US Youth Soccer Indiana State Championships. In 2008, all 19 of his players earned athletic or academic scholarships to play collegiate soccer, 17 at the Division I level. In honor of his dedication to building solid citizens as well as standout soccer players, Jacob was recognized as 2008 Youth Soccer adidas Competitive Coach of the Year for Boys. Active in all areas and at various levels of soccer, Jacob held numerous positions during his professional career, including head coach of the U-16 USSF Men's Academy, Carmel United Soccer Club (2008-09), director and owner of the Screaming Eagles Soccer Camp (1995-2009), NSCAA State Technical Coordinator (2005-2009), Coaching Education Staff Instructor for the IYSA, USSF, and NSCAA (1997-present), Region II Boys ODP Staff Coach (2001-2009), NSCAA Associate National Staff Instructor (2002present), head coach of the Indiana Olympic Development Program (1998-2008), and Director of Coaching of the Indy Burn of the Pike Youth Soccer Club (2003-2007). A tireless teacher of the game of soccer and highly sought after clinician, Jacob has coached at summer camps for some of the nation's most prestigious programs including Penn State, Indiana, Notre Dame, and West Virginia. Jacob gained coaching experience at the collegiate level when he served as the head men's assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at IUPUI from 1995-2002. He also served as a high school head coach, guiding the Warren Central H.S. (Indianapolis) program from 2003-08. As a player at Indiana Wesleyan University, Jacob was a three-time AllMCC selection (1989-1991) and a two-time NCCAA All-American (1989-1990). After graduation, he was invited to train with the Nigerian Senior National Team. Jacob played at the professional level with the Houston Force of the APSL (1993-95) and with the Indiana Blast of the USL (1997-98). A native of Lagos, Nigeria, Jacob possesses a bachelor's degree in criminal justice (1992) from Indiana Wesleyan and a Master of Social Work (1997) from Indiana University. Jacob holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America Premier Coaching Diploma, the highest achievement of the NSCAA, a USSF A and National Youth License, NSCAA Goalkeeper 1 and 2 accreditation, and a Royal Netherlands Football Association Dutch International Youth Coaching Football License.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Youth Soccer adidas Competitive Coach of the Year for Boys (2008) Seven consecutive US Youth Soccer Indiana State Championships (2002-09) Earned NSCAA Premier Coaching Diploma Professional playing experience with Houston Force (APSL) (1993-95) Professional playing experience with Indiana Blast (USL) (1997-98) ree-time All-MCC selection (player) (1989-1991) Two-time NCCAA All-American (player) (1989-1990)

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Second Year at Penn State Indiana Wesleyan, 1992

2010 Roster

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NUMERICAL ROSTER

No. 0 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 28 29

Name Warren Gross Micah Collins Justin Lee Daniel Burnham Mark Fetrow Andres Casais Matheus Braga Drew Cost Rafael Faria Corey Hertzog Andy Parr Brian Forgue Sepp Dasbach John Gallagher Treavor Gelsinger Grant Warming Daniel Parr Ehjay Henry Mackenzie Arment Matt Smallwood Jordan Tyler Patrick Krispin Marco Ciarla Brendan Birmingham Jordan Tyrna

Pos. GK GK D F D D M M F F D D D M F M M F M M M/F D D GK GK

Ht. 6-3 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-5 5-7 5-8 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-0 6-5 6-0

Wt. 207 200 155 165 215 157 158 170 170 172 160 177 165 160 180 155 170 175 150 180 200 170 183 185 200

Yr./El. Sr./Jr. So./Fr. Jr./Jr. So./So. Jr./Jr. Sr./Sr. Sr./Sr. Sr./Sr. So./So. Jr./Jr. Sr./Sr. So./So. Fr./Fr. So./So. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. So./So. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Sr./Jr. So./Fr. Fr./Fr.

Hometown/High School Saratoga Springs, N.Y./Saratoga Springs Glen Rock, Pa./Susquehannock Derwood, Md./Col. Zadok Magruder Boise, Idaho/Mountain View West Chester, Pa./Henderson Caracas, Venezuela/Escuela Campo Alegre Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/Colegio Militar de Fortaleza West Chester, Pa./Henderson Miami, Fla./Gulliver Prepatory Reading, Pa./Antietam Hummelstown, Pa./Lower Dauphin Glenmoore, Pa./Downingtown West Blue Bell, Pa./Wissahickon Pine Bush, N.Y./Pine Bush Shady Grove, Pa/Greencastle-Antrim Omaha, Neb./Westside Hummelstown, Pa./Lower Dauphin Harris Village, Saint Kitts/Cayon Manheim, Pa./Manheim Central Cochranville, Pa./Octorara Rochester, Mich./Stoney Creek e Woodlands, Texas/Woodlands College Park Potomac, Md./omas S. Wootton West Chester, Pa./Henderson Seabrook, Texas/Houston Clear Lake

Head Coach: Bob Warming (First Year at Penn State, 33rd Career) Assistant Coaches: Jason Mims (First Year), Isang Jacob (Second Year)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

No. 21 28 7 3 6 26 1 8 14 9 4 13 15 16 0 20 11 25 2 12 19 22 23 29 18 8

Name Pos. Ht. Mackenzie Arment M 5-9 Brendan Birmingham GK 6-5 Matheus Braga M 5-8 Daniel Burnham F 5-10 Andres Casais D 5-7 Marco Ciarla D 6-0 Micah Collins GK 6-2 Drew Cost M 6-0 Sepp Dasbach D 5-11 Rafael Faria F 6-3 Mark Fetrow D 6-5 Brian Forgue D 6-0 John Gallagher M 5-10 Treavor Gelsinger F 6-0 Warren Gross GK 6-3 Ehjay Henry F 6-0 Corey Hertzog F 6-0 Patrick Krispin D 5-10 Justin Lee D 5-10 Andy Parr D 6-0 Daniel Parr M 6-1 Matt Smallwood M 6-1 Jordan Tyler M/F 6-2 Jordan Tyrna GK 6-0 Grant Warming M 5-11 PENN STATE 2010

Wt. 150 185 158 165 157 183 200 170 165 170 215 177 160 180 207 175 172 170 155 160 170 180 200 200 155

MEN’S SOCCER

Yr./El. Jr./Jr. So./Fr. Sr./Sr. So./So. Sr./Sr. Sr./Jr. So./Fr. Sr./Sr. Fr./Fr. So./So. Jr./Jr. So./So. So./So. Sr./Sr. Sr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Jr./Jr. Jr./Jr. Jr./Jr. Sr./Sr. So./So. Jr./Jr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr.

Hometown/High School Manheim, Pa./Manheim Central West Chester, Pa./Henderson Rio de Janeiro, Brazil/Colegio Militar de Fortaleza Boise, Idaho/Mountain View Caracas, Venezuela/Escuela Campo Alegre Potomac, Md./omas S. Wootton Glen Rock, Pa./Susquehannock West Chester, Pa./Henderson Blue Bell, Pa./Wissahickon Miami, Fla./Gulliver Prepatory West Chester, Pa./Henderson Glenmoore, Pa./Downingtown West Pine Bush, N.Y./Pine Bush Shady Grove, Pa/Greencastle-Antrim Saratoga Springs, N.Y./Saratoga Springs Harris Village, Saint Kitts/Cayon Reading, Pa./Antietam e Woodlands, Texas/Woodlands College Park Derwood, Md./Col. Zadok Magruder Hummelstown, Pa./Lower Dauphin Hummelstown, Pa./Lower Dauphin Cochranville, Pa./Octorara Rochester, Mich./Stoney Creek Seabrook, Texas/Houston Clear Lake Omaha, Neb./Westside

PLAYERS BY CLASS

True Freshmen (5): Sepp Dasbach, Ehjay Henry, Jordan Tyler, Jordan Tyrna, Grant Warming Redshirt Freshmen (2): Brendan Birmingham, Micah Collins Sophomores (5): Daniel Burnham, Rafael Faria, Brian Forgue, John Gallagher, Daniel Parr Juniors (6): Mackenzie Arment, Mark Fetrow, Corey Hertzog, Patrick Krispin, Justin Lee, Matt Smallwood Redshirt Juniors (2): Marco Ciarla, Warren Gross Seniors (5): Matheus Braga, Andres Casais, Drew Cost, Treavor Gelsinger, Andy Parr

PLAYERS BY POSITION

Forwards (5): Daniel Burnham, Rafael Faria, Treavor Gelsinger, Ehjay Henry, Corey Hertzog, Midfielders (7): Mackenzie Arment, Matheus Braga, Drew Cost, John Gallagher, Daniel Parr, Matt Smallwood, Grant Warming Midfielder/Forward (1): Jordan Tyler Defenders (8): Andres Casais, Marco Ciarla, Sepp Dasbach, Brian Forgue, Mark Fetrow, Patrick Krispin, Justin Lee, Andy Parr Goalkeepers (4): Brendan Birmingham, Micah Collins, Warren Gross, Jordan Tyrna

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE MATHEUS BRAGA Ma-TAY-us BRAH-guh

ANDRES CASAIS AHN-drayce CAH-say-iss Sepp DASBACH DAHS-bock Marco CIARLA CHAR-la Rafael FARIA FAIR-e-uh Mark FETROW FET-tro Treavor GELSINGER GEHL-sing-er EHJAY Henry E-jay Jordan TYRNA TURN-uh

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Matheus Braga // Career Statistics Season GP GS G A 2008 14 14 0 4 2009 21 18 7 7 Career 35 32 7 11

Matheus

BRAGA

PTS 4 21 25

GWG 0 1 1

SH 43 49 92

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Colegio Militar de Fortaleza

5-8, 158 • SR. • MIDFIELDER

2009 First Team All-Big Ten (unanimous selection) 2009 Second Team NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region 2009 Academic All-Big Ten 2009 Penn State Classic All-Tournament Team Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week (10/5/09) 2009 (Junior): Unanimous First Team All-Big Ten selection...Second Team NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region...Academic All-Big Ten...Started 18 of 21 games in which he appeared...Topped Penn State and shared the Big Ten lead in assists (7)...Tied for second on the team in points (21) and ranked third in goals (7)... Scored first career goal and recorded a career-high four points by assisting on both of Jason Yeisley's goals in season opener vs. Saint Francis (9/1)...Netted two goals in 5-0 victory over Hofstra (9/11), tying his career best in points with four...Selected to Penn State Classic AllTournament Team...Scored on penalty kicks versus Old Dominion (9/18) and Wisconsin (10/31)...Tallied first career game winning goal against Michigan State (10/4)...Named Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week (10/5) for his efforts in wins over Penn and Michigan State...Also registered assists versus Michigan (9/27), Penn (9/30), and Lafayette (10/14)...Had two assists in the 3-0 Big Ten Tournament win over Michigan State (10/13). 2008 (Sophomore): In his first season as a Nittany Lion, started all 14 games in which he appeared...Led the team in assists with four...Topped the Big Ten in assists (3) and assists per game (.60) (conference games only)...Finished second on the team in shots (43) and shots on goal (17)...Earned first collegiate point versus Ohio State (10/11), assisting on a goal by Vincent Salvatico...Assisted on Salvatico's game winning goal in upset of Indiana (11/1)...Also tallied assists versus Lehigh (10/21) and Wisconsin (10/26)...Missed a total of five games during the regular season with knee and foot injuries. High School/Club/ODP: In high school, won a Militar Championship at Colegio Militar de Fortaleza...Played club soccer for Barra da Tijuca Futebol Clube...Selected to U-17 Rio de Janeiro team in 2003...Team placed fourth in Brazilian Championship. Background: Born Matheus Andrade Weber Correa Braga on November 24, 1986...Son of Ribot Wilson Correa Braga Filho and Silvia Andrade Weber Correa Braga...Has a brother, Pedro, and a sister, Nicole...Majoring in Economics.

Matheus Braga

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Andres

CASAIS

Andres Casais // Career Statistics Season GP GS G A 2007 19 18 0 2 2008 8 8 0 0 2009 22 22 0 1 Career 49 48 0 3

Caracas, Venezuela Escuela Campo Alegre

5-7, 157 • SR. • DEFENDER

2009 First Team All-Big Ten 2009 ird Team NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region 2009 Academic All-Big Ten 2008 Academic All-Big Ten 2007 All-Big Ten Freshman Team 2007 Big Ten Championship All-Tournament Team 2009 (Junior): First Team All-Big Ten honoree...ird Team NSCAA AllGreat Lakes Region...Academic All-Big Ten...One of three Nittany Lions to start all 22 games...Ranked first on the team in minutes played, logging over 2,017 for the season...A leader from his central defender position, he keyed a defense that registered nine shutouts and allowed just five goals in Big Ten play...Assisted on Brian Forgue's first career goal in NCAA Championship match-up with Maryland (11/22). 2008 (Sophomore): Academic All-Big Ten...Started all eight games in which he saw action...Fractured his cheek bone versus San Francisco (9/21), forcing him from the line-up for seven games...Returned to start in the tie with Akron (10/29), helping to limit one of the nation's top-ranked attacks to one goal...Missed the Indiana (11/1), Michigan (11/8) games and the Big Ten Championship match-up with Northwestern (11/13) due to illness. 2007 (Freshman): Named to 2007 Big Ten All-Freshman Team...Honored on 2007 Big Ten Championship All-Tournament Team...Led the freshman class with 18 starts, becoming a fixture on the Penn State back line by season's end...Saw action in all 19 games...Registered his first career point, assisting on one of Jason Yeisley's two goals against Michigan State (9/23)...Assisted on Drew Cost's game winning goal in 2-1 overtime win over Cornell (10/23). High School/Club/ODP: Honored with the Coaches Trophy in 2004 while at Escuela Campo Alegre...Named to the all-tournmanent team at the VANAS Tournament in 2006...MVP of his club team, Centro Italiano Venezolano, in 2004...A member of the Venezuelan U-20 national team, 2004-06. Background: Andres Casais was born on December 15, 1987 in Miami, Fla. to parents Juan Jose Casais and Marycarmen Casais...Has one sister, Gabriela...Majoring in Energy, Business, and Finance.

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PTS 2 0 1 3

GWG 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 1 1

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Background: Andrew David Cost was born on January 31, 1989...Son of Tim and Stephanie Cost...Has an older sister, Melanie...Pursuing a degree in Economics.

Drew

COST

West Chester, Pa. Henderson

6-0, 170 • SR. • MIDFIELDER

A 3 0 2 5

PTS 7 4 8 19

GWG 0 0 0 0

SH 33 48 54 135

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Drew Cost // Career Statistics Season GP GS G 2007 19 16 2 2008 18 13 2 2009 21 20 3 Career 58 49 7

2009 Second Team All-Big Ten 2009 Academic All-Big Ten 2008 Academic All-Big Ten 2007 All-Big Ten Freshman Team (unanimous selection) 2009 (Junior): Second Team All-Big Ten honoree...Academic All-Big Ten...Played in 21 games, starting 20... Scored a career-high three goals, ranking him fourth on the team...Also fourth in points with eight...Ranked third on PSU in shots (54)...Notched fourth goal of the game in 5-0 season opening rout of Saint Francis (9/1)...Put the finishing touches on 5-1 Penn State Classic victory over Hofstra (9/11) by netting final goal of the game...Scored an unassisted goal in home win versus Penn (9/20)...Assisted on Corey Hertzog's game winning goal against Hofstra...Also earned an assist in 1-1 draw with Lehigh (9/23). 2008 (Sophomore): Academic All-Big Ten...Started 13 games, appearing in 18...Tied with three others for second on the team in goals with two...Led the team in shots (48) and was third in shots on goal (15)...Converted on a penalty kick opportunity versus Tulsa (9/5) for first goal of the season...Scored PSU's lone goal in loss to Wisconsin (10/26)...Missed game versus Indiana (11/1) with a thigh injury. 2007 (Freshman): Unanimous selection to 2007 Big Ten All-Freshman Team...Started 16 games, appearing in all 19...Tied for third on the team with three assists...Ranked fifth on the team in points (7)...Emerged as Penn State's top offensive weapon down the regular season stretch, recording five points in the final four regular season games...Scored game winning goals versus Cornell (10/23) and Michigan (11/4)...Assisted on Treavor Gelsinger's golden goal in win over Villanova (10/ 31)...Registered two assists in 3-2 double overtime victory against Pennsylvania (9/26). High School/Club/ODP: Four-year varsity starter and two-year team captain at Henderson H.S....Led the Warriors to a Ches Mont League Championship, District I Championship, and back-to-back PIAA AAA State Championships final appearances...Team's leading scorer and MVP...Also led his conference in scoring...Named First Team All-Chester-Montgomery County League (2005-06)...All-Area selection by the Daily Local News (2005-06)...Honored on All-Southeast Pennsylvania First Team by the Philadelphia Inquirer (2006)...Captain of nationally ranked club team (2004-06), Pennsylvania Classics...Helped team capture 2006 Disney Showcase Championship and 2006 Bethesda anksgiving Tournament Championship...Led team to 2005 U.S. Club Regional Championship and national finals, 2004 Pennsylvania State Cup Championship, and State Cup finals in 2005 and 2006...ree-time Pennsylvania State Cup Champions...ree-time Pennsylvania ODP player...Two-time ODP Region I selection...Two-time ODP National Pool Selection.

Drew Cost

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Treavor

GELSINGER

Treavor Gelsinger // Career Statistics Season GP GS G A 2007 19 14 3 6 2008 19 17 6 0 2009 22 5 0 1 Career 60 36 9 7

Shady Grove, Pa. Greencastle-Antrim

6-0, 180 • SR. • FORWARD

2009 Academic All-Big Ten 2008 Second Team All-Big Ten 2008 Academic All-Big Ten 2007 Big Ten All-Freshman Team 2007 Academic All-Big Ten 2009 (Junior): Academic All-Big Ten...Played in all 22 games, earning five starts...Assisted on Matheus Braga's first of two goals in dominating 5-1 victory over Hoftsra (9/11)...Seven of 13 total season shots were on goal. 2008 (Sophomore): Named Second Team All-Big Ten...Academic All-Big Ten...Played in all 19 games, drawing 17 starts...Led Penn State in goals (6), points (12), shot percentage (.182), and shots on goal (18)...Finished ranked third in the Big Ten in goals and goals per game and fifth in points and points per game (conference games only)...Posted two-goal games versus Michigan State (9/28) and Cornell (10/15), becoming the first player to achieve that feat since Jason Yeisley in 2005...Accounted for the first goal of the season allowed by No. 3 Northwestern in PSU's 2-1 loss (10/4)...Netted lone goal against Lehigh (10/21). 2007 (Freshman): Honored on 2007 Big Ten All-Freshman Team...Saw action in 19 games, drawing 14 starts, including 12 straight to end the season...Totaled 12 points, good enough for second on the team...Led Penn State with six assists...Tied for third on the team with three goals...Recorded five points in the final five regular season games...Scored his first career goal in 3-2 double overtime win over Pennsylvania (9/26)...Netted Penn State's goal in 1-1 tie with Lafayette (10/10)...Scored the game winner in 1-0 overtime game with Villanova (10/31)...Tallied first collegiate points with two assists in victory against William & Mary (9/7)...Also recorded assists versus Michigan State (9/23), Wisconsin (10/20), Cornell (10/23), and Michigan (11/4). High School/Club/ODP: Named All-State in 2004 and 2005 as a member of the Greencastle-Antrim H.S. Blue Devils...2006 All-Region selection...ree time Mid-Penn-Capital Conference MVP...Graduated Greencastle-Antrim as its all-time leading scorer (105 goals, 80 assists)...With the PA Classics 88 Elite club team, won the 2006 Disney Showcase Championship and the 2005 Bethesda Showcase U-17 Chesapeake Championship...State Cup finalists in 2006...US Club Soccer National finalist in 2005...88 ODP National finalist. Background: Born Treavor Scott Gelsinger on August 3, 1988 to parents Scott and Kerry Gelsinger...Has a brother, Ian, and a sister, Katie...Majoring in Kinesiology.

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PTS 12 12 1 25

GWG 1 1 0 2

SH 29 33 13 75

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Andy Parr // Career Statistics Season GP GS G 2006 16 15 0 2007 8 7 0 2008 Medical Redshirt 2009 19 17 0 Career 43 39 0

Andy

Hummelstown, Pa. Lower Dauphin

PTS 0 0

GWG 0 0

SH 2 0

1 1

1 1

0 0

0 2

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PARR

A 0 0

6-0, 160 • SR. • DEFENDER

2009 ESPN the Magazine Second Team Academic All-District 2009-10 Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award Recipient 2009 Academic All-Big Ten 2007 Academic All-Big Ten 2009 (Junior): ESPN the Magazine Second Team Academic AllDistrict...Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award Recipient...Academic All-Big Ten...Started 17 of the 19 games in which he saw action in first year back after missing the 2008 season with a knee injury...Recorded first career assist and point in 2-1 win over Bucknell (10/21), connecting on a pass with Corey Hertzog for the game winner. 2008 (Junior): Received a medical redshirt while recovering from 2007 knee injury. 2007 (Sophomore): Academic All-Big Ten...After a promising freshman year, had his sophomore season come to an end when he injured his knee versus Pennsylvania (9/26)...Started seven of the eight games in which he appeared. 2006 (Freshman): Became a fixture on the back line by season's end, starting 15 of the 16 contests in which played, more than any other member of the freshman class and fourth highest on the team...Totaled two shots and one shot on goal. High School/Club/ODP: 2005 team captain and team MVP at Lower Dauphin H.S. in Hummelstown, Pa...Named to the Patriot News Big 11 First Team in 2005...A 2005 Mid Penn First Team All-Star...Honored on the Patriot News Big 11 All-Underclassmen Team in 2003...A 2003 Mid Penn Second Team All-Star...Team captain of his club soccer team, LDC United...A member of the Eastern Penn State ODP Team from 200006...Played on Region I ODP Team 2001-04, participating in games abroad in Belgium, Costa Rica, and Italy...Won National ODP Championships in 2004 and 2006 with Eastern Penn Team.

Andy Parr

Background: Andrew Winston Parr was born on Jan. 30, 1988...Son of Brian and Karen Parr...Majoring in Actuarial Science.

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Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Saratoga Springs

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Marco

Warren

CIARLA

GROSS

6-0, 183 • SR./JR. • DEFENDER

2009 (Sophomore): Saw game action for first time as a Nittany Lion, playing in 15 matches...Made first career start at James Madison (9/20). 2008 (Freshman): Did not see game action. 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted. High School/Club/ODP: Starting defender at omas S. Wootton H.S. for three seasons, helping the Patriots win a division championship in 2005...Captained his high school team as a senior...Played on the OBGC Pumas club team, contributing to a second place finish in the Colonial League in 2007...Club team won NCSL Division I championships in the spring of 2005 and 2006...Received an invitation to play with the D.C. United Youth Team in national finals in Tampa, Fla...Participated in the national club finals with Freestate United in Little Rock, Ark. in the summer of 2008...Scored a goal in 4-0 win in State Cup finals and netted the winning goal in double overtime in the regional semifinals. Background: Marco Nicholas Ciarla was born on March 6, 1989 in Sacramento, Calif....Son of Massimo and Fulvia Ciarla...Has a brother, Alessandro...Majoring in Biological Engineering. Marco Ciarla // Career Statistics Season GP GS G 2007 Redshirted 2008 0 0 0 2009 15 1 0 Career 15 1 0

A

PTS

GWG

SH

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 2 2

6-3, 207 • SR./JR. • GOALKEEPER

2009 Big Ten Tournament All-Tournament Team 2009 Wolstein Classic All-Tournament Team 2008 All-Big Ten Freshman Team (unanimous selection) Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week (11/3/08) NSCAA National Defensive Player of the Week (11/4/08) Soccer America Team of the Week (11/4/08) 2009 (Sophomore): Named to Big Ten Tournament All-Tournament Team...One of three players to start all 22 games...Suffered groin/hip injury versus Old Dominion (9/18), leaving the game in the 28th minute...Started James Madison (9/20) match but lasted only one half after re-aggravating injury...Notched three consecutive shutouts in wins over Michigan (9/27), Penn (9/30), and Michigan State (10/4), holding opponents scoreless for a stretch of 357:35... Registered a career-high seven saves in 1-1 tie with Northwestern (10/11)...Named to the Wolstein Classic All-Tournament Team...Recorded a Big Ten-best nine shutouts, tying for the third-most in a single season in Penn State history...In 1953:53 in goal, totaled 69 saves and compiled a 0.83 goals against average (No. 3 in the Big Ten) and .793 save percentage...His 0.99 career goals against average ranks fourth all-time in the Penn State record book. 2008 (Freshman): Unanimously selected to the 2008 Big Ten All-Freshman Team...Started six games, including the final four of the season...Registered a career-high six saves against No. 2 Akron's high-powered offense, which had scored 31 goals during a 10-game unbeaten streak, in a 1-1 tie with the Zips (10/29)...Recorded first career shutout in 1-0 victory over No. 17 Indiana (11/1)...Named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week, to Soccer America's Team of the Week, and NSCAA National Defensive Player of the Week in honor of his performances versus Akron and Indiana...In 573:19 in goal, totaled 20 saves and compiled a 1.57 GAA and a .667 save percentage. 2007 (Freshman): Redshirted. High School/Club/ODP: 2006 First Team NSCAA All-Region and AllState (N.Y.) selection while playing at Saratoga Springs H.S....Section II Class AA Goalkeeper of the Year, 2004-06...Section II Class AA All-Star 2004-06...Suburban Council Conference MVP (2006)...2006 Eastern New York U-18 State Cup Champion with New York Kosmos club team...ODP Regional I Team (2006)...New York North ODP (2004, 2006)...U-18 U.S. National Team member (2006-07). Background: Born Warren Michael Gross on July 1, 1989...Son of Stephen Gross and Jean Hoins...Has two brothers, Alex and Ryan...Pursuing a degree in Communications.

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2010 Nittany Lions Warren Gross // Career Statistics Season GP GS Rec. Min. 2007 Redshirted 2008 6 6 1-4-1 573:19 2009 22 22 12-7-2 1953:53 Career 28 28 13-11-3 2527:12

SV

GA

GAA SHO

20 69 89

10 18 28

1.57 0.83 0.99

1 9 10

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Mackenzie

Manheim, Pa. Manheim Central

5-9, 150 • JR. • MIDFIELDER

2009 Academic All-Big Ten 2008 Big Ten All-Freshman Team (unanimous selection) 2009 (Sophomore): Academic All-Big Ten...Started 12 of 20 games in which he appeared...Earned an assist versus Cal State Fullerton (9/4)...Assisted on Rafael Faria's first career goal in 5-0 win over Penn (9/30)...Tallied 20 shots. 2008 (Freshman): Unanimously voted to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team...Saw action in all 19 games, earning seven starts, including four straight to end the season...Finished the year second on the team in goals (tied, 2), assists (3), and points (7)...Scored first goal as a Nittany Lion against Michigan State (9/28)...Netted final goal in 3-1 victory over Cornell (10/15)...Earned an assist in his first collegiate game against Central Florida (8/29)...Assisted on Justin Lee's game-winner versus Saint Francis (9/10)...Recorded an assist on Jacobo Vera's go-ahead score in first round Big Ten Championship match-up with Northwestern (11/13). High School/Club/ODP: Led Manheim Central H.S. to the PIAA state finals in 2006 and the PIAA semifinals in 2007...As a junior, helped the Barons win a District III championship...Named the Lancaster-Lebanon Section III MVP 2006-2007...Earned Pennsylvania All-State nominations in 2006-2007...Played with PA Classics club team.

Warren Gross

Background: Mackenzie Lee Arment was born on March 8, 1990...Son of Guy and Cynthia Arment...Has one brother, Eric, and two sisters, Tara and Aubree. Mackenzie Arment // Career Statistics Season GP GS G A 2008 19 7 2 3 2009 20 12 0 2 Career 39 19 2 5

PTS 7 2 9

GWG 0 0 0

SH 25 20 45

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2010 Nittany Lions state championships in 2007.

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Background: Mark Reed Fetrow was born on Jan. 18, 1990 to Mike and Lorrie Fetrow...Has two brothers, Kyle and Ryan...Majoring in Secondary Education. Mark Fetrow // Career Statistics Season GP GS G 2008 19 19 1 2009 19 19 0 Career 38 38 1

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A 0 0 0

4

Mark

FETROW

West Chester, Pa. Henderson

6-5, 215 • JR. • DEFENDER

2009 Academic All-Big Ten 2008 All-Big Ten Freshman Team (unanimous selection) 2008 Big Ten Championship All-Tournament Team 2008 BMW/Nike Challenge All-Tournament Team 2009 (Sophomore): Academic All-Big Ten...In the starting line-up as a central defender for all 19 games in which he appeared...A key part of a Penn State defense that registered nine shutouts and allowed just five goals in Big Ten play...Recorded eight shots with four on goal. 2008 (Freshman): A unanimous selection to the 2008 Big Ten All-Freshman Team...Named to BMW/Nike Challenge All-Tournament Team...Honored on Big Ten Championship All-Tournament Team...e only freshman and one of just two Nittany Lions to start all 19 games...Led the team in minutes played (1,711)...Scored first career goal in 1-1 tie with No. 2 Akron (10/29)...Totaled 13 shots, including four on goal. High School/Club/ODP: Earned First Team All-Southeast Pennsylvania honors as a senior at West Chester Henderson H.S....Selected First Team All-Ches-Mont League in 2007 and Second Team All-Ches-Mont League in 2006...Led his club team, FC Delco, to USYSA Region I and EPYSA 16

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PTS 2 0 2

GWG 0 0 0

SH 13 8 21

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Corey

HERTZOG Reading, Pa. Antietam

6-0, 172 • JR. • FORWARD

Background: Corey James Hertzog was born on Aug. 1, 1990...Son of Ralph and Susan Hertzog...Has one sister, Danielle...Majoring in Elementary Education.

2009 Second Team All-Big Ten 2009 Topdrawersoccer.com Men's College Team of the Season (Honorable Mention) 2009 Big Ten Tournament Offensive MVP 2009 Big Ten Tournament All-Tournament Team 2009 Penn State Classic All-Tournament Team Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (9/28/09) Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (10/13/08) Soccer America Team of the Week (10/14/08) Topdrawersoccer.com Team of the Week (10/12/08)

Corey Hertzog // Career Statistics Season GP GS G A 2008 17 5 2 2 2009 22 17 11 6 Career 39 22 13 8

PTS 6 28 34

GWG 1 6 7

SH 28 66 94

2009 (Sophomore): Second Team All-Big Ten selection...Topdrawersoccer.com Men's College Team of the Season (Honorable Mention)...Voted Offensive MVP of the Big Ten Tournament...Named to Big Ten Tournament All-Tournament Team...Led the Big Ten's No. 1 offense in goals (11) and points (28)...Ranked second on the team in assists (6)...Tied for No. 1 in the Big Ten in points, points per game, goals, goals per game, and game winning goals (conference games only)...Tied for No. 1 in the Big Ten in game winning goals (6, all games)...Ranked No. 2 in the conference in points, points per game, goals, and goals per game (all games)... Scored game winner in 1-0 win over Gonzaga (9/6)...Notched his second career two-goal game by netting a pair in 5-0 win over Hofstra (9/11)...Named to Penn State Classic AllTournament Team...Recorded game tying goal in 1-1 draw with Lehigh (9/23)...Tallied game winning score in 2-0 win over Michigan (9/30)...Earned second Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (9/28) award of career for performances vs. Lehigh and Michigan...Converted on penalty kick opportunity in draw with Northwestern (10/11)...Scored game winner in home win over Wisconsin (10/31)...Notched first career hat trick in Big Ten Tournament win over Michigan State (11/13)...Earned two assists in season opener vs. Saint Francis (9/1)...Recorded second two assist game of the year in win over Penn (9/30)...Also had an assist against Lafayette (10/14) and Indiana (11/6)...Ranked second on the team in shots (66) and shots on goal (30). 2008 (Freshman): Earned five starts, playing in 17 games...Tied for second on the team in goals (2) and third in points (6)...Ranked fifth among the Nittany Lions in shots (28)...Scored first two goals of his career in 3-2 victory over No. 17 Ohio State (10/11)...Earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week and honored on the Topdrawersoccer.com and Soccer America Team of the Week for his effort...Notched first career assist on Barkley Miller's game-tying goal versus James Madison (9/13)...Assisted on Treavor Gelsinger's second goal against Michigan State (9/28). High School/Club/ODP: Scored 107 career goals at Antietam Middle Senior H.S. in Reading, Pa....Led Berks County in scoring in 2006 and 2007...Selected to Pennsylvania All-State team as a senior...Two-time captain

Corey Hertzog

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and team MVP (2006-07)...Named All-Berks Division IV after sophomore, junior, and senior seasons...As a freshman, started for the Single A State Champion Mountaineers, earning Honorable Mention All-Berks Division IV recognition...High School Sports Magazine Player of the Year and Army Player of the Month...Leading scorer for U-14, U-15, and U-16 teams...Selected to 2006 Super Y League North American Finals First Team and United Soccer Leagues Super Y League ODP National Camps for four consecutive years...Participated on 2007 and 2008 United Soccer Leagues Super Y League ODP National Select Teams...Played with the Rage Soccer Club in Leesport, Pa.

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Patrick

KRISPIN

The Woodlands, Texas Woodlands College Park

5-10, 170 • JR. • DEFENDER

2009 (Sophomore): Appeared in 17 games, making five starts at the left back position...In the starting line-up vs. Bucknell (10/21) but suffered an ankle injury that forced him from the game...Subsequently sidelined for the Akron (10/28) and Wisconsin (10/31) contests...Scored perhaps the goal of the year, ripping a left-footed laser from 20-plus yards out to beat Michigan (11/12) in double overtime, 1-0, and advance PSU to the Big Ten Tournament semifinals...Recorded five total shots, netting his first career goal on his lone shot on goal of the season. 2008 (Freshman): Converted from forward to defender late in the season... Played in seven games total, earning starts on the back line in the final three contests of the year...Made first career start versus No. 17 Indiana (11/1), contributing to the 1-0 shutout victory. High School/Club/ODP: Starred at Woodlands College Park H.S., earning Second Team All-Houston Area honors as a senior...Named team Offensive MVP in 2006 and 2007...Recognized as 2006 District 14-5A Newcomer of the Year...Honored on the 2005 Vanas Invitational MVP team...Led Texas Rush Soccer Club to the 2007 Surf Cup San Diego U-19 Gold Bracket Championship. Background: Patrick Spencer Krispin was born on Nov. 19, 1989 in New Orleans, La....Son of Friedrich and Kathryn Krispin...Has two brothers, Alex and Kevin...Enrolled in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences...Majoring in Energy, Business, and Finance. Patrick Krispin // Career Statistics Season GP GS G 2008 7 3 0 2009 17 5 1 Career 24 8 1

A 0 0 0

PTS 0 2 2

GWG 0 1 1

SH 2 5 7

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Justin

LEE

Derwood, Md. Colonel Zadok Magruder

5-10, 155 • JR. • DEFENDER

2009 (Sophomore): Started all 21 games in which he saw action...Major contributor from his right back position on a defense that recorded nine shutouts...Tallied 15 shots, including six on goal. 2008 (Freshman): One of two freshmen to play in all 19 games, starting 14...Scored first career goal versus Saint Francis (Pa.) (9/10), netting the game winner in 1-0 win...Notched first career assist in 3-2 victory over Ohio State (10/11), helping on the first of Corey Hertzog's two goals...Recorded 13 shots. High School/Club/ODP: Attended Col. Zadok Magruder H.S. in Rockville, earning Maryland All-State First Team honors in 2007 and the Maryland All-State Second Team accolades in 2006...Named AllMontgomery County, All-Rockville Gazette, and All-Metropolitan area as a junior and senior...Selected to All-Baltimore Examiner and All-South teams

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2010 Nittany Lions in 2007...Played club soccer with the Potomac Cougars. Background: Justin David Lee was born on Jan. 15, 1990 in Rockville, Md....Son of Henry and Diane Lee...Has two brothers, Alex and Nathan...Majoring in Management.

A 1 0 1

PTS 3 0 3

GWG 1 0 1

SH 13 15 28

High School/Club/ODP: A three-time First Team All-Southern Chester County League selection in 2004, 2005, and 2006 at Octorara H.S. in Atglen, Pa....Honored on All-Southeast Pennsylvania Area First Team and All-Area Daily Local News First Team in 2005 and 2006...Led club team, Pennsylvania Classics, to three state championships and two regional finals...An Eastern Pennsylvania State ODP player for three years (2004-06). Background: Matthew Scott Smallwood was born on April 25, 1989...Son of Chip and Marcia Smallwood...Has two brothers, Evan and Ryan...Majoring in Turf Grass Science. Matt Smallwood // Career Statistics Season GP GS G A 2008 12 5 0 0 2009 19 7 0 0 Career 31 12 0 0

PTS 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

SH 4 6 10

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SMALLWOOD Cochranville, Pa. Octorara

Matt Smallwood

6-1, 180 • JR. • MIDFIELDER

2009 (Sophomore): Saw action in the midfield in 19 games, starting seven, including four straight to end the season...Recorded six shots. 11 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS • 3 BIG TEN TITLES www.GoPSUsports.com

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Justin Lee // Career Statistics Season GP GS G 2008 19 14 1 2009 21 21 0 Career 40 35 1

2008 (Freshman): Started five of 12 games in which he appeared...Sustained separated shoulder late in the game versus Lehigh (10/21), causing him to miss the Wisconsin (10/26) and Akron (10/29) games...Recorded four shots (one on goal).

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Glenmoore, Pa. Downingtown West

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Rafael

Brian

FARIA

FORGUE

6-3, 170 • SO. • FORWARD

6-0, 177 • SO. • SOPHOMORE

2009 (Freshman): Played in six games...Scored first collegiate goal in 5-0 rout of Penn (9/30), heading in a ball as part of a four-goal second half outburst...Totaled three shots (two on goal). High School/Club/ODP: Starred at Gulliver Prep in Miami, Fla. in 2008 and 2009...Named first team all-county and all-state, team most valuable player, and the Miami Dade Player of the Year in senior season...Tallied 21 goals and 19 assists...Posted 24 goals and 20 assists as a junior, earning First Team All-Dade County and offensive player of the year honors...Attended I.E.A in Caracas, Venezuela for his freshman and sophomore years...Totaled 34 goals and 28 assists...Selected to the state team for Distrito Metropolitano and most valuable player after both seasons... At the U.S. club level, won a Disney Soccer Showcase Championship in 2009 with Kendall Soccer Coalition Miami FC Developmental Academy U-18 Team...In 2008, led the U-17 team to the Y-League finals and a state championship...In Venezuela, played club soccer for Centro Italo Venezolano, leading it to the U-17 national finals in 2006...Part of Venezuelan U-17 National pool for one year. Background: Rafael "Rafa" Henrique Faria was born on Oct. 27, 1990...Son of Rafael Faria and Tatiana Teschenko...Has one sister, Tatiana. Rafael Faria // Career Statistics Season GP GS G 2009 6 0 1 Career 6 0 1

A 0 0

PTS 2 2

GWG 0 0

SH 3 3

2009 (Freshman): Appeared in 11 games, earning four starts, including the final three of the season...Came into the Michigan State (10/4) game when Mark Fetrow was sent off with two yellow cards and helped hold the Spartans scoreless...Made first career start in draw with Northwestern (10/11)...Scored first career goal in NCAA Championship match-up with Maryland (11/22), heading in a ball to the tie the game in the 49th minute. High School/Club/ODP: Four year varsity player at Downingtown West High School in Downingtown, Pa....e two-time team captain (2007-08) led the Whippets to Ches Mont League Championships in 2006, 2007, and 2008 and to District I and PIAA State Championships in 2008...Voted Most Valuable Defensive Player at Downingtown (2007, 2008)...Two-time NSCAA/adidas High School Boys' All-America First Team honoree (2007, 2008)...Selected to Region II Pennsylvania All-America Team, East Regional Pennsylvania All-America Team, Pennsylvania All-State Team, and Southeastern Pennsylvania All-Star Team in 2007 and 2008...Named First Team All-Ches Mont (2006, 2007, 2008) and Ches Mont League MVP (2007, 2008)...Honored as 2008 Philadelphia Inquirer All-Southeastern Pennsylvania Player of the Year and Daily Local News Player of the Year (2007, 2008)...Played club soccer with the FC Delco Academy Team (200809), FC Delco Hammerheads (2004-09), and Spirit United/FC Delco Strikers (1998-2003)...Led FC Delco to the finals of the USYSA National Championships in 2006 and to a third place finish in 2007 and 2008...Won four Region I Championships, eight EPYSA State Cup Championships, and two Region I Premier League Championships (2005, 2007)...Gained ODP experience with the EPYSA State Team from 2004-06. Background: Brian James Forgue was born Oct. 19, 1990 in Bryn Mawr, Pa....Son of Steve and Joan Forgue...Brother, Stephen, will be a senior this year at Penn State...Majoring in Crime, Law, and Justice. Brian Forgue // Career Statistics Season GP GS G 2009 11 4 1 Career 11 4 1

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A 0 0

PTS 2 2

GWG 0 0

SH 1 1

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Brendan

West Chester, Pa. Henderson

6-5, 185 • SO./FR. • GOALKEEPER

2009 (Freshman): Redshirted High School/Club/ODP: Attended the same high school as current Nittany Lions Drew Cost and Mark Fetrow, West Chester Henderson...A three-year varsity starter in goal for Warriors...Earned Second Team All-Ches-Mont League and Second Team All-Area honors...Played club soccer with Spirit United under Joe Levan...Helped lead club team to the 2009 Region I finals, the 2008 Jefferson Cup finals (Championship Division), a 2007 Jefferson Cup championship, and a 2007 EPYSA State championship.

Brian Forgue

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Background: Brendan Birmingham was born on Sept. 8, 1990...Son of Bruce and Louise Birmingham...Has two sisters, Kara and Julia...Majoring in Microbiology.

John

GALLAGHER

Pine Bush, N.Y. Pine Bush

5-10, 160 • SO. • MIDFIELDER

High School/Club/ODP: Honored as the Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association (OCIAA) Player of the Year in 2006 while at Pine Brush H.S...In 2005, led the Bushmen to a OCIAA Division I championship...Played on the Super Y National Select Team in 2006 and 2007 and on the USYSA Region I Team and Eastern New York State Team in 2006...Earned club experience with FC Westchester US Soccer Academy. Background: John Charles Gallagher was born on April 18, 1990 in Manhattan, N.Y....Son of John and Yolanda Gallagher...Has two brothers, Timothy and Ryan...Majoring in Recreation, Park, and Tour Management.

PTS 0 0

GWG 0 0

Daniel

BURNHAM Boise, Idaho Mountain View

5-10, 165 • SO. • FORWARD

2009 (Freshman): Appeared in six games...Registered two shots (one on goal).

John Gallagher // Career Statistics Season GP GS G A 2009 6 0 0 0 Career 6 0 0 0

3

SH 2 2

2007 (Freshman): Played at Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, Ore. as a freshman in 2007, leading the Chukars and the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges with 28 goals and four assists...Named First Team NWAACC All-Star. High School/Club/ODP: Four-year varsity letterwinner and team captain as a junior and senior at Mountain View H.S. in Meridian, Idaho...Awarded first team all-state honors as a junior and senior...Led MVHS to a state championship in senior season of 2006, scoring five goals during the tournament to earn MVP honors...Gatorade Player of the Year nominee in 2006. Background: Daniel Todd Burnham was born on Oct. 1, 1987 in Boise, Idaho...Son of Wade and Isbelia Burnham...Has two older brothers, Joseph and Hyrum, and one older sister, Mary...Majoring in Communications.

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helped FCD capture the 2008 Jefferson Cup title...FC Delco ended the 2007 and 2008 seasons ranked No. 3 nationally. Background: Parents are Bill and Debbie Collins...Bill Collins played soccer at Penn State under Walter Bahr while Debbie was a basketball player at PSU...Has a sister, Danielle, who attends Penn State...Pursuing an engineering degree.

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PARR

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Hummelstown, Pa. Lower Dauphin

6-1, 170 • SO. • MIDFIELDER

2009 (Freshman): Played in nine games, starting three, in freshman season at Rutgers...Finished tied for third on the team in goals (2) and fourth in points (4)...Made his first collegiate start in 3-0 loss to Syracuse (10/2)...Scored his first career goal on his first shot, helping the Scarlet Knights upset No. 9 South Florida, 2-1 (10/31)...Scored in second consecutive game by netting a goal in 2-0 victory over West Virginia (11/4). High School/Club/ODP: Four-year starter at Lower Dauphin H.S....Twotime Mid-Penn Keystone Division Team selection...Earned all-state and Keystone Division MVP honors as a senior...A member of the Super Y ODP National Team in 2006 and 2008...Captured the Region I ODP Championship in 2007...Competed on the USA Region I ODP Team in 2003, 2007, and 2008. Background: Daniel Parr was born on August 28, 1990 to parents Brian and Karen Parr...Has two older brothers, Carson and Andy...Andy is a senior defender on the Penn State men's soccer team...Majoring in Economics. Daniel Parr - Career Statistics Season GP GS G 2009* 9 3 2 Career 9 3 2 * at Rutgers University

1

A 0 0

PTS 4 4

GWG 0 0

SH 7 7

Micah

COLLINS Glen Rock, Pa. Susquehannock

6-2, 200 • SO./FR. • GOALKEEPER

2009 (Freshman): Redshirted freshman season at Villanova. High School/Club/ODP: Recorded 13 shutouts in senior season at Susquehannock H.S, earning York County All-Star recognition...Captained the Warriors to a PIAA AA State Championship in 2008...Also served as the varsity punter and kicker on the football team, receiving first team all-county honors...Played club soccer for FC Delco, winning the Region I Premier Championship in 2007 and the EPYSA State Championship in 2008...Also 22

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DASBACH

Blue Bell, Pa. Wissahickon

5-11, 165 • FR. • DEFENDER

High School/Club/ODP: Four-year varsity starter at Wissahickon H.S. in Ambler, Pa....Lead the Trojans as captain to a Suburban One American Conference League title in 2009...Voted MVP at Wissahickon (2008, 2009)...Selected by the Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association to the Pennsylvania All-State High School Team (2009)...Chosen by the Southeast Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association to the All-Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Team...Named First Team Suburban One All-League and Suburban One League MVP (2008, 2009)...Honored as the 2009 e Times Herald of Montgomery County Player of the Year...Recognized by ESPN Rise as one of the top players in Pennsylvania 2010...Played club soccer for YMS Xplosion under head coach John Greaves (Yardley, Pa.) (2004-2010)...Helped lead YMS to the USYSA National Championships in 2008 and 2009...Won the 2009 Region I Championships, three EPYSA State Cup Championships, and two Region I Premier League Championships...Played for the EPYSA ODP State Team (2003, 2004).

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Background: Sepp Dasbach was born on Nov. 3, 1991 to parents Erik Dasbach and Tamara Currie...Has a sister, Marika, and a brother, Stefan.

Ehjay

HENRY

Harris Village, Saint Kitts Cayon

6-0, 172 • FR. • FORWARD

High School/Club/ODP: Starred at Cayon Secondary School... Honored with Junior Excellence Award - Football High School Male in 2006...In 2005-06, scored the most goals among National Banks Schools and was awarded National Bank School Football MVP...Member of the Saint Kitts National U-20 Football Team and main striker for ManTab Premier Team in the National Super League and the SKNFA Digicel Premier Division...In

2010 Nittany Lions 2009, played a half season in England for Bracknell Town FC Youth Team in the South Division, scoring four goals in six games, and in the Allied Counties League Cup, scoring two goals in one game...Served as captain of the Saint Kitts National U-17 team for two years (2007-08).

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Background: Jordan Tyrna was born on November 25, 1991.

Grant

Jordan

WARMING

TYLER

Rochester, Mich. Stoney Creek

6-2, 200 • FR. • MIDFIELDER/FORWARD

High School/Club/ODP: Ranked as the No. 7 collegiate prospect in the Great Lakes region and 49th nationally, according to TopDrawerSoccer.com...Four-year varsity starter and senior team captain at Stoney Creek H.S. in Rochester Hills, Mich...Versatile and dynamic, played defender, midfielder, and forward for the Cougars...Either led or finished second on the team in scoring throughout high school career...Named AllOakland Athletics Association and all-district all four years, including as a freshman, becoming the first player in Michigan to receive that recognition...As a senior, selected by the Michigan High School Soccer Association to the state Dream Team and to the All-State First Team and was also a Gatorade Player of the Year candidate...Played club soccer with the Michigan Wolves for the past four years...Helped it win a national championship in 2007, scoring a goal in the title game...Captured an academy national championship in 2009, tallying a goal and an assist in the playoffs.

Omaha, Neb. Westside

5-11, 155 • FR. • MIDFIELDER

High School/Club/ODP: Earned three varsity letters and started every game as a junior and senior at Westside High School in Omaha, Neb....Led the Warriors to the state finals in 2008 and 2009...Topped the team in assists in junior year and ranked first in the state of Nebraska (26) in assists in senior year...Team captain in 2009...Played in 2008 Shrine East/West All-Star game...Competed at the club level with Arsenal United under head coach Alex Vasquez...Won seven consecutive Nebraska state championships (200309). Background: omas Grant Warming was born on August 30, 1990 in Omaha, Neb....Son on Bob and Cindy Warming...Father is Penn State men’s soccer head coach...Has two older sisters, Emily and Bess, and a twin sister, Audrey...Majoring in Economics.

Background: Jordan C. Tyler was born on August 19, 1992...Son of Mark and Renee Tyler...Has an older brother, Julian...Plans to major in Sports Management.

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TYRNA

Seabrook, Texas Houston Clear Lake

6-0, 200 • FR. • GOALKEEPER

High School/Club/ODP: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Houston Clear Lake H.S., serving as team captain for three years...As a senior, named district goalkeeper MVP, first team all-district, first team all-region, and second team all-state and was honored on All-Greater Houston Chronicle team, earning an invitation to play in state all-star game...Selected as all-district defensive 11 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS • 3 BIG TEN TITLES www.GoPSUsports.com

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Background: Ehjaysson Rolston Henry was born on Aug. 27, 1992 in Basseterre, Saint Kitts, West Indies.

MVP and all-region team as a sophomore and junior...Played club soccer with Texas Rush U18 USSF Developmental Academy...Part of the state ODP program for three years...Won Dallas Cup and Disney Cup championships.

2009 Statistics

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2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

No.Name GP-GS 11 Corey Hertzog 22-17 17 Jason Yeisley 22-22 7 Matheus Braga 21-18 8 Drew Cost 21-20 10 Frank Costigliola 21-21 25 Patrick Krispin 17-5 9 Rafael Faria 6-0 14 Jacobo Vera 5-0 19 Diego Correa 5-0 11-4 13 Brian Forgue 21 Kenzie Arment 20-12 20 Vincent Salvatico 19-9 16 Treavor Gelsinger 22-5 6 Andres Casais 22-22 12 Andy Parr 19-17 2 Justin Lee 21-21 4 Mark Fetrow 19-19 22 Matt Smallwood 19-7 26 Marco Ciarla 15-1 15 John Gallagher 6-0 18 John Gray 1-0 Penn State Totals 22

G 11 8 7 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37

A 6 5 7 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 29

Pts Sh Shot% 28 66 .167 21 82 .098 21 49 .143 8 54 .056 7 38 .053 2 5 .200 2 3 .333 2 2 .500 2 1 1.000 2 1 1.000 2 20 .000 1 15 .000 1 13 .000 1 1 .000 1 0 .000 0 15 .000 0 8 .000 0 6 .000 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 103 383 .097

No.Name GP-GS Minutes GA 0 Warren Gross 22-22 1953:53 18 1 Bryan Heffner 2-0 107:26 4 TEAM Penn State Totals 22 2061:19 22 Opponent Totals 22 2061:19 37

2009 TEAM STATISTICS

SOG 30 40 24 21 14 1 2 1 1 1 4 5 7 1 0 6 4 0 1 1 0 165

SOG% .455 .488 .490 .389 .368 .200 .667 .500 1.000 1.000 .200 .333 .538 1.000 .000 .400 .500 .000 .500 .500 .000 .431

GAA Saves Pct. W-L-T SHO 0.83 69 .793 12-7-2 9 3.35 3 .429 0-1-0 0 7 1.000 0.96 79 .782 12-8-2 9 1.62 128 .776 8-12-2 3

Goals by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 15 6

2nd 20 15

OT 0 1

OT2 2 0

Total 37 22

Shots by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 170 106

2nd 191 129

OT 8 5

OT2 14 3

Total 383 243

Saves by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 38 51

2nd 37 67

OT 2 5

OT2 2 5

Total 79 128

Corner Kicks by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 62 51

2nd 52 52

OT 0 2

OT2 2 0

Total 116 105

Fouls by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 137 127

2nd 130 135

OT 10 6

OT2 4 4

Total 281 272

TEAM LEADERS

Goals 1. Hertzog 2. Yeisley 3. Braga 4. Cost 5. Costigliola 24

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GW PK-ATT 6 1-1 3 0-0 1 2-2 0 0-0 1 1-1 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 12 4-4

Assists 1. Braga 2. Hertzog 3. Yeisley 4. Costigliola 5. Arment Cost MEN’S SOCCER

7 6 5 3 2 2

Points 1. Hertzog 2. Yeisley Braga 4. Cost 5. Costigliola

GP-GS 39-22 63-63 35-32 58-49 65-47 24-8 6-0 42-18 17-7 11-4 39-19 63-14 60-36 49-48 43-39 40-35 38-38 31-12 15-1 6-0 13-1

CAREER STATISTICS

G 13 24 7 7 6 1 1 7 1 1 2 5 9 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

GP-GS Minutes 28-28 2527:12 2-0 107:26

A 8 16 11 5 8 0 0 2 0 0 5 4 7 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

Shots 1. Yeisley 2. Hertzog 3. Cost 4. Braga 5. Costigliola

82 66 54 49 38

Shot% .138 .143 .076 .052 .056 .143 .333 .146 .250 1.000 .044 .083 .120 .000 .000 .036 .048 .000 .000 .000 .000

GA GAA Saves 28 0.99 89 4 3.35 3

Shot Statistics Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored average Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game Assists Corner Kicks Penalty Kicks Penalties Yellow cards Red cards Attendance Total Dates/Avg. Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg.

28 21 21 8 7

Pts Sh 34 94 64 168 25 92 19 135 20 108 2 7 2 3 16 48 2 4 2 1 9 45 14 60 25 75 3 1 1 0 3 28 2 21 0 10 0 2 0 2 0 4

GW 7 8 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

PK-ATT 1-1 0-0 2-2 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct. W-L-T .761 13-11-3 .429 0-1-0

SHO 10 0

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Opponent

37-383 1.68 .097 165-383 .431 17.4 29 116 4-4

22-243 1.00 .091 103-243 .424 11.0 26 105 1-1

30 3

33 3

5084 10/508 5/623

6554 7/936

Shots on Goal 1. Yeisley 2. Hertzog 3. Braga 4. Cost 5. Costigliola

40 30 24 21 14

Minutes Played 1. Casais 2017 2. Gross 1954 3. Yeisley 1939 4. Fetrow 1721 5. Lee 1716

2009 Statistics 2009 RESULTS

Date Sept. 1

Opponent SAINT FRANCIS

Score W, 5-0

Overall 1-0-0

Conf. 0-0-0

Attend. 508

L, 2-1 (OT) W, 1-0 W, 5-1

1-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

447 547 526

Sept. 13 Sept. 18 Sept. 20 Sept. 23 Sept. 27

W, 1-0(2OT) L, 2-1 L, 3-0 T, 1-1 W, 2-0

4-1-0 4-2-0 4-3-0 4-3-1 5-3-1

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0

817 1338 630 417 346

W, 5-0

6-3-1

1-0-0

382

Oct. 4 at Michigan State* W, 1-0 Oct. 11 No. 21 NORTHWESTERN* T, 1-1 Oct. 14 LAFAYETTE W, 2-0

7-3-1 7-3-2 8-3-2

2-0-0 2-0-1 2-0-1

583 538 317

Oct. 18 at Ohio State* Oct. 21 at Bucknell

L, 2-1 W, 2-1

8-4-2 9-4-2

2-1-1 2-1-1

427 875

Oct. 28 at No. 1 Akron Oct. 31 WISCONSIN*

L, 3-0 W, 2-1

9-5-2 10-5-2

2-1-1 3-1-1

1563 573

Nov. 6 at Indiana* Nov. 12 vs. Michigan (3) Nov. 13 vs. Michigan State (3)

L, 2-1 10-6-2 W, 1-0(2OT) 11-6-2 W, 3-0 12-6-2

3-2-1 3-2-1 3-2-1

1138 872 929

Nov. 15 vs. Ohio State (3) Nov. 22 MARYLAND (5)

L, 1-0 L, 2-1

3-2-1 3-2-1

320 660

HARTFORD (2) at Old Dominion at James Madison LEHIGH No. 22 MICHIGAN*

Sept. 30 PENN

12-7-2 12-8-2

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Sept. 4 vs. Cal State Fullerton (1) Sept. 6 vs. Gonzaga (1) Sept. 11 HOFSTRA (2)

Penn State Goals Summary Jason Yeisley (Matheus Braga, Corey Hertzog) Jason Yeisley (Matheus Braga) Matheus Braga (unassisted) Drew Cost (Corey Hertzog) Jacobo Vera (Vincent Salvatico) Jason Yeisley (Mackenzie Arment) Corey Hertzog (Jason Yeisley) Corey Hertzog (Drew Cost) Corey Hertzog (Jason Yeisley) Matheus Braga (Treavor Gelsinger) Matheus Braga (unassisted) Drew Cost (unassisted) Frank Costigliola (penalty kick) Matheus Braga (penalty kick) Corey Hertzog (Drew Cost, Jason Yeisley) Corey Hertzog (Matheus Braga, Jason Yeisley) Jason Yeisley (Frank Costigliola) Jason Yeisley (Frank Costigliola, Corey Hertzog) Drew Cost (unassisted) Jason Yeisley (Matheus Braga, Corey Hertzog) Rafael Faria (Mackenzie Arment) Diego Correa (unassisted) Matheus Braga (unassisted) Corey Hertzog (penalty kick) Jason Yeisley (Corey Hertzog) Jason Yeisley (Matheus Braga) Frank Costigliola (unassisted) Team (unassisted) Corey Hertzog (Andy Parr) Matheus Braga (penalty kick) Corey Hertzog (Jason Yeisley) Matheus Braga (Corey Hertzog) Patrick Krispin (unassisted) Corey Hertzog (Matheus Braga) Corey Hertzog (Frank Costigliola) Corey Hertzog (Matheus Braga) Brian Forgue (Andres Casais)

*Big Ten Conference regular season games (1) Ohio State/Bert & Iris Wolstein Soccer Classic, Columbus, Ohio (2) Penn State Classic, University Park, Pa. (3) Big Ten Tournament, Bloomington, Ind. (4) NCAA Championship Second Round, University Park, Pa.

2009 TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS

15 15

vs. Penn (Sept. 30) vs. Saint Francis (Sept. 1)

SHOTS ON GOAL

13 12

vs. Saint Francis (Sept. 1) vs. Northwestern (Oct. 11)

GOALS

5 5 5

vs. Penn (Sept. 30) vs. Hofstra (Sept. 11) vs. Saint Francis (Sept. 1)

SAVES

8 7

at Bucknell (Oct. 21) vs. Northwestern (Oct. 11)

CORNER KICKS ASSISTS

5 5

vs. Penn (Sept. 30) vs. Saint Francis (Sept. 1)

13 10

vs. Michigan (Nov. 12) vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 31)

FOULS SHOTS

28 27

vs. Northwestern (Oct. 11) vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 31)

23 20

vs. Maryland (Nov. 22) vs. Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 4)

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FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG TEN SELECTIONS

BIG TEN PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

1991: Steve Sergi (M), Nigel Sparks, (D/M) 1992: Steve Sergi (M), Nigel Sparks (D/M), Stuart Reid (F) 1993: Joe Corapi (D), Chris Kelly (F), Neil Piper (M), Stuart Reid (F) 1994: Joe Corapi (D), Sebastien Gouverneur (M), Stuart Reid (F) 1995: Travis Berger (F), Michael Coll (D), Sebastien Gouverneur (M), Drew Kaufmann (M), Stuart Reid (F) 1996: Michael Coll (D), Sebastien Gouverneur (M), Jeff Lear (F), Jon McClay (F), 1997: Phil Karn (F) 1998: Jon McClay (F), Derek Potteiger (M) 1999: Ricardo Villar (F) 2000: Derek Potteiger (M) 2001: Ben Dawson (D), Brent Jacquette (M), Derek Potteiger (M), Ricardo Villar (F) 2002: Brent Jacquette (M), Chad Severs (F) 2003: Brian Devlin (M) 2004: David Walters (M) 2005: Simon Omekanda (F), Conrad Taylor (GK), David Walters (M) 2006: Jeff Chambers (M), Simon Omekanda (F), Conrad Taylor (GK) 2007: Jason Yeisley (F) 2009: Matheus Braga (M), Andres Casais (D), Jason Yeisley (F)

1991 1992 1993 1995 2009

Steve Sergi Nigel Sparks Chris Kelly* Stuart Reid Jason Yeisley^

*Co-Player of the Year ^Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year

BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1992 1993 2001 2004

Stuart Reid Rich Wilmot Chad Severs* Richard Costanzo

*Co-Freshman of the Year

BIG TEN ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM 2003: Jeff Chambers, Matt Novchich, Simon Omekanda, Markku Viitanen 2004: Richard Costanzo, Stephen Reihner, Conrad Taylor 2005: Christoph Ascherl, Jason Yeisley 2006: Daniel Martini 2007: Andres Casais, Drew Cost, Treavor Gelsinger 2008: Mackenzie Arment, Mark Fetrow, Warren Gross

BIG TEN SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Chad Severs Grady Renfrow David Gray Ryan Badaracco Andy Machi Ryan Badaracco Jason Yeisley

BIG TEN COACH OF THE YEAR 2005 2009 All-Big Ten honorees (from left to right) Drew Cost (2nd team), Jason Yeisley (1st team), Corey Hertzog (2nd team), Andres Casais (1st team), and Matheus Braga (1st team).

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Barry Gorman

BIG TEN MEDAL OF HONOR 2009

Jason Yeisley

2005

BIG TEN CHAMPIONS BIG TEN REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS Overall Record: 13-7-2 Big Ten Record: 6-0-0 Leading scorers: Jason Yeisley, Simon Omekanda First Team All-Big Ten: Simon Omekanda, Conrad Taylor, David Walters

2002

BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Overall Record: 16-8-0 Big Ten Record: 3-3-0 Leading scorers: Chad Severs, Joe Zewe, Pasi Karpinnen First Team All-Big Ten: Brent Jacquette, Chad Severs

1993

BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Overall Record: 17-4-2 Big Ten Record: 2-2-1 Leading scorers: Stuart Reid, Chris Kelly, Rich Wilmot First Team All-Big Ten: Joe Corapi, Chris Kelly, Neil Piper, Stuart Reid 11 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS • 3 BIG TEN TITLES www.GoPSUsports.com

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Penn State Honors The Bill Jeffrey Award Penn State's most valuable player is honored with the Bill Jeffrey Award. Jeffrey, who died in 1966, coached Penn State from 1926-52 and was one of the nation's most successful collegiate coaches. From 1943-55, Penn State's most valuable player was awarded the Edward Mandel Trophy. Mandel was an All-America recipient in 1937. Beginning in 1962, the presentation was declared the Bill Jeffrey Award. 1943 Jose Lombana 1944 Jesse Hartman 1945 Johnny Hamilton 1946 Johnny Hamilton 1947 Dean Hartman 1948 Ralph Hosterman 1949 Harry Little 1950 Harry Little 1951 Ron Coleman 1952 Frank Follmer 1953 Harold Irvin 1954 Paul Dierks 1955 Dick Packer 1956-61 Unavailable 1962 Dieter Heinze 1963 Bill Manke 1964 Joe Correla 1965 Vernon De Grange 1966 Rick Pierson 1967 Art Morris 1968 Glenn Ditzler 1969 Glenn Ditzler 1970 Charlie Messner 1971 Jimmy Taylor 1972 Gary Kline 1973 Scott Frazier 1974 Chris Bahr 1975 John Marsden 1976 Dominic Emanuele 1977 Matt Bahr 1978 Dave Lloyd 1979 Jim Stamatis 1980 Kevin Scott 1981 Dan Canter 1982 Lou Karbiener 1983 Jeff Maierhofer 1984 Gerry Moyer 1985 Kevin Jennings 1986 Steve Potter 1987 Paul Moylan 1988 Bert Eckelmeyer 1989 Ted Gillen 1990 Danny Kelly 28

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1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Mike Hollingsworth Nigel Sparks Chris Kelly Joe Corapi Stuart Reid Drew Kaufmann Steve Saunders Jon McClay Derek Potteiger Nathaniel Krumpe Chris Stout Brent Jacquette Chad Severs David Walters Simon Omekanda David Gray Andy Machi Ryan Badaracco Jason Yeisley

SCHOLARSHIPS

The William Jeffrey Memorial Fund e William Jeffrey Memorial Fund also provides financial assistance to an outstanding Nittany Lion soccer player and recognizes Jeffrey, one of the nation’s most successful collegiate coaches, posting a career coaching mark of 153-24-29 at Penn State. 1996 David Weil 1997 Ken Lear 1999 Ken Lear 2000 Greg Oldfield 2001 Greg Oldfield 2002 Ben Dawson 2003 David Walters 2004 David Walters 2005 David Walters 2006 Ryan Badaracco 2007 Ryan Badaracco 2008 Ryan Badaracco 2009 Treavor Gelsinger 2010 Treavor Gelsinger The Charles H. Anderson Soccer Scholarship e Charles H. "Bud" Anderson soccer scholarship is given to an outstanding Lion soccer player thanks to the donation of Charles "Bud" Anderson, class of ‘31. Anderson was a 1930 AllAmerica recipient for Penn State. 1996 Steve Saunders 1997 Steve Saunders 1999 Derek Potteiger 2000 Derek Potteiger

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Derek Potteiger Gabe Bernstein Gabe Bernstein Gabe Bernstein Geordie MacNeill Geordie MacNeill Geordie MacNeill Andres Casais Andres Casais Andres Casais

The Walter Bahr Soccer Scholarship e Walter Bahr Soccer Scholarship is given in recognition of 1950 World Cup star and legendary Penn State soccer coach. Bahr posted a 185-66-22 record through 13 seasons as Penn State’s coach. 1996 Jeff Lear 1997 Matt Leahy 1999 Matt Leahy 2000 Matt Leahy 2001 Brent Jacquette 2002 Brent Jacquette 2003 Chad Severs 2004 Jeff Chambers 2005 Jeff Chambers 2006 Jeff Chambers 2007 Drew Cost 2008 Drew Cost 2009 Drew Cost 2010 Drew Cost The Paul H. Tharp Memorial Award e Paul H. arp Memorial Award, first presented in 1956, provides financial assistance to an outstanding member of the Nittany Lion soccer team and recognizes the longtime groundskeeper of the University's athletic fields. 1956 Mike Stollmeyer 1957 Howard Maierhofer 1958 Howard Maierhofer 1959 Wayne Rodgers 1960 Wayne Rodgers 1961 Velimir Djurdjevic 1962 Velimir Djurdjevic 1963 Joe Manke 1964 Pete Whitten 1965 Robert Topham 1966 Harry Pitcock 1967 Robert Galvin 1968 Robert Galvin 1969 Joe Griffin 1970 Joe Griffin

Penn State Honors Joe Griffin Andy Rymarczuk Bill Klauberg Bill Klausberg Bill Klausberg Robert Ehrlich Duncan McEwen Jeff Maierhofer Greg Meares Dave Zartman Chris DePeppe Mike Barninger Pat Hinojosa Pat Hinojosa Grant Naylor Andy ompson Ricardo Villar David Neves Chad Severs Kenji Treschuk Brian Devlin Brian Devlin Markku Viitanen Jacobo Vera Jacobo Vera Jacobo Vera Brian Forgue

The Jane and Don Strickler Soccer Scholarship 2006 Stephen Reihner 2007 Stephen Reihner The Dick Packer Scholarship 2006 Jason Yeisley 2007 Jason Yeisley 2008 Jason Yeisley 2009 Jason Yeisley 2010 Corey Hertzog The David S. Fehr Men’s Soccer Scholarship 2006 Simon Omekanda 2007 Treavor Gelsinger 2008 Treavor Gelsinger 2009 Treavor Gelsinger 2010 Matt Smallwood The Michael and Patty Kirschner Endowed Men’s Soccer Scholarship 2006 Conrad Taylor 2007 Conrad Taylor

2008 2009 2010

Warren Gross Warren Gross Warren Gross

ACADEMIC HONORS

NSCAA Academic All-America 1996 Sebastien Governeur David Weil Drew Kaufmann 2004 David Walters ESPN The Magazine Academic AllAmerica® 2005 Conrad Taylor (Second team) 2006 Ryan Badaracco (ird team) Conrad Taylor (ird team) 2008 Ryan Badaracco (First team) 2009 Jason Yeisley (First team) Scholar Athlete All-America 1991 Nigel Sparks 1995 Stuart Reid 2009 Jason Yeisley McCoy Award 1981 Kevin Scott 2007 Conrad Taylor 2009 Jason Yeisley NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship 1981 Kevin Scott 2009 Jason Yeisley Academic All-Region/District 1989 Jan Skorpen 1991 Steve Sergi Nigel Sparks 1992 Mike Imm Gavin Reid 1993 Gavin Reid Stuart Reid 1994 Sebastien Gouverneur Stuart Reid 1995 Travis Berger Sebastien Gouverneur Stuart Reid 1996 Sebastien Gouverneur 2000 Derek Potteiger 2003 Gabe Bernstein Anthony Calvano 2004 David Walters 2005 Conrad Taylor

2006 2007 2009

Ryan Badaracco Conrad Taylor Jason Yeisley Conrad Taylor Andy Parr Jason Yeisley

Academic All-Big Ten 1991-92: William Bucy, Mike Hollingsworth, Mike Imm, Gavin Reid, Steve Sergi, Nigel Sparks, Kirk Thiel 1992-93: William Bucy, Joe Corapi, Mike Hollingsworth, Mike Imm, Neil Piper, Gavin Reid, Steve Sergi, Nigel Sparks 1993-94: William Bucy, Joe Corapi, Gavin Reid, Stuart Reid, Tamin Young 1994-95: Travis Berger, Michael Coll, Sebastien Governeur, Pat Hinojosa, Jeff Lear, Stuart Reid, Steve Saunders, David Weil, Richard Wilmot 1995-96: Travis Berger, Sebastien Gouverneur, Fredrik Guster, Andrew Kaufmann, Jeffrey Lear, Stuart Reid, Steve Saunders, David Weil 1996-97: Erik Bernotas, SEBASTIEN GOUVERNEUR, Fredrik Guster, Tom Johnston, Andrew Kaufmann, Kevin Kress, Jeff Lear, Brian Orloff, Steve Saunders, DAVID WEIL 1997-98: Travis Berger, Blake Novotny, Stephen Saunders, Andrew Thompson 1998-99: Geoffrey Duncombe, Whitney Gibson, Nathaniel Krumpe, Matthew Leahy, Kenneth Lear, Blake Novotny, Andrew Thompson 1999-2000: Whitney Gibson, Nathaniel Krumpe, Ryan Miller, Blake Novotny, Derek Potteiger, Andrew Thompson 2000-01: Nathaniel Krumpe, Jorma Makipaa, David Neves, Derek Potteiger 2001-02: Matthew Earnhardt, Kenneth Lear, Jorma Makipaa, Gregory Oldfield, Derek Potteiger 2002-03: Gabe Bernstein, Anthony Calvano, Trevor Gorman, Pasi Karppinen, Mike Lindemann, Jorma Makipaa, Kenji Treschuk, Joe Zewe 2003-04: Gabe Bernstein, Anthony Calvano, Pasi Karppinen, Mike Lindemann, Kenji Treschuk, David Walters 2004-05: Gabe Bernstein, Anthony Calvano, Pasi Karppinen, Mike Lindemann, Kenji Treschuk, Brian Tully, David Walters 2005-06: Ryan Badaracco, Yan Carvalho, Geordie MacNeill, Stephen Reihner, Daniel Shaffer, CONRAD TAYLOR, David Walters

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1971 1972 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1983 1984 1985 1988 1991 1994 1996 1997 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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Penn State Honors 2006-07: RYAN BADARACCO, Michael Janov, Stanley Kaweesi-Katongole, Andy Machi, Geordie MacNeill, CONRAD TAYLOR, Michael Tilatti, Markku Viitanen, Jason Yeisley 2007-08: Robert Bohlen, Frank Costigliola, Liam Fitzwater, John Gray, Geordie MacNeill, Andy Machi, Daniel Martini, Andy Parr, Vincent Salvatico, Conrad Taylor, Jacobo Vera, Jason Yeisley 2008-09: RYAN BADARACCO, Robert Bohlen, Andres Casais, Diego Correa, Drew Cost, Casey Derkacz, Treavor Gelsinger, John Gray, Andy Machi, Vincent Salvatico, Jacobo Vera 2009-10: Mackenzie Arment, Matheus Braga, Andres Casais, Diego Correa, Drew Cost, Frank Costigliola, Mark Fetrow, Treavor Gelsinger, John Gray, Andy Parr, Vincent Salvatico, Jacobo Vera, JASON YEISLEY Academic All-America selections in BOLD CAPS Big Ten Distinguished Scholars in bold italics

NATIONAL HONORS

Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award 2009 Jason Yeisley

Jason Yeisley was the 2009 recipient of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award for men’s soccer. e award honors personal qualities that define a complete student-athlete, with criteria including excellence in the classroom, outstanding character and community service in addition to competition on the field. Yeisley, the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, also won the Big Medal of Honor, the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award, and the McCoy Award in his senior season.

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ATHLETIC HONORS

First Team All-America 1926 George Lippincott Ed Pecori 1927 Dick Marshall Don Edgerton Herb Allen 1928 Dick Marshall Bill Lutz 1929 Herb Allen Bill Lutz Cyrus Harvey 1930 C.H. "Bud" Anderson 1931 Bob McKune Al Daykin 1932 Al Daykin Frank Evans 1933 Ed Finzel J.E. Fletcher J.W. Bielicki 1934 J.W. Bielicki Bob Graham Bill Sutliff Bill McEwan 1935 J.W. Bielicki Bill Sutliff Ray Bell Bill McEwan 1936 Bill McEwan Felix Barnes Frank Osterlund 1937 Ed Mandel Sol Miehoff Bob Schuler 1938 Gus Bigott Bob Schuler 1939 W.R. "Skip" Hosterman 1940 W.R. “Skip” Hosterman Woody King 1941 Woody King Anibal Galindo 1942 Dean Hartman 1943 Jose Lombana 1945 John Hamilton 1946 Dean Hartman John Hamilton 1947 Gene Graebner Dean Hartman 1948 Dick Hannah Ralph Hosterman 1949 Harry Little

1950

1954 1955 1956 1967 1972 1973 1974 1977 1978 1981 1982 1999 2002

Harry Little Ron Coleman Ray Buss Dick Packer John Pinezich Dick Packer Per Torgersen Arthur Morris Andy Rymarczuk Chris Bahr Chris Bahr Chris Bahr Rich Reice Jim Stamatis Dan Canter Lou Karbiener Ricardo Villar Brent Jacquette

NSCAA All-Region 1963 Alfred Schattschneider 1964 Nizar Al-Talib 1967 Art Morris 1970 Charlie Messner 1971 Andy Rymarczuk 1972 Chris Bahr Andy Rymarczuk 1973 Bruce Allen Chris Bahr 1974 Chris Bahr Randy Garber 1976 Rich Reice 1977 Rich Reice

Brent Jacquette was a First Team All-American in 2002.

Penn State Honors 1978 1979 1980 1981

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

1994 1995 1996 1998 1999 2000 2002

2003

2004 2005

2006 2007 2009

A member of the Soccer America Team of the Decade for the 1980s, Dan Canter was an All-American at Penn State in 1981 and participated in the 1984 Olympics for the United States.

Olympians 1956 Ron Coder Dick Packer 1960 Ron Coder 1976 Chris Bahr 1984 Dan Canter 1992 Nigel Sparks* *Played for Canadian Under-23 National team. Soccer America Team of the Decade 1980s Dan Canter Soccer America Freshman All-America Team 1986 Jan Skorpen 1987 Danny Kelly 1992 Stuart Reid 1993 Rich Wilmot 2001 Chad Severs 2004 Richard Costanzo Conrad Taylor 2005 Jason Yeisley

Hermann Award Jim Stamatis - 1979 Penn State forward Jim Stamatis received collegiate soccer’s highest honor, when he was named the winner of the 1979 Robert Hermann Award as the nation’s outstanding player. e Bethlehem, Pa., senior capped a standout career with 16 goals and 12 assists for 44 points in 23 games in 1979. He led the Nittany Lions to an 18-4-1 record and the school’s first appearance in the NCAA Final Four, Jim Stamatis where the Lions finished third. Stamatis is Penn State’s leading career scorer with 133 points on 52 goals and 29 assists.

COACHING HONORS NSCAA Hall of Fame 1991 Bill Jeffrey 1995 Walter Bahr

NSCAA National Coach of the Year 1979 Walter Bahr NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year 1979 Walter Bahr 1992 Barry Gorman 1999 Barry Gorman 2005 Barry Gorman

Big Ten Coach of the Year 2005

Barry Gorman

College Soccer News All-Freshman Team 2004 Richard Costanzo (2nd team) Conrad Taylor (1st team) 2005 Jason Yeisley (2nd team)

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Jim Stamatis Jim Stamatis Jim Stamatis Dan Canter Duncan MacEwan Dan Canter Pete Jancevski Duncan MacEwan Lou Karbiener Jeff Maierhofer Gerry Moyer Troy Snyder Tom Greve Troy Snyder Paul Moylan Troy Snyder Paul Moylan Jan Skorpen Ted Gillen Danny Kelly Nigel Sparks Nigel Sparks Joe Corapi Chris Kelly Stuart Reid Sebastien Gouverneur Stuart Reid Stuart Reid Sebastien Gouverneur Michael Coll Jon McClay Ricardo Villar Derek Potteiger Derek Potteiger Brent Jacquette Chad Severs Ben Dawson Brian Devlin Chad Severs David Walters Chad Severs David Walters Brian Devlin Simon Omekanda David Walters Simon Omekanda Conrad Taylor Jason Yeisley Matheus Braga Andres Casais Jason Yeisley

Individual Records Career Goalkeeping Player Whit Gibson Angelo Nickas Steve Saunders Bert Eckelmeyer Kurt Merrill Conrad Taylor 7. Greg Kenney 8. Dan Gallagher Marc Dinacci

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Years 1998-99 1978-80 1985-88 1985-88 1988-89 2004-07 1981-84 1975-78 1990-93

GA 39 36 48 49 32 96 83 48 26

Season Saves 1. 139 Greg Kenney 2. 134 Leith Mace

1982 1969

Career Saves 1. 431 Greg Kenney

1981-84

Season Shutouts 1. 10 Angelo Nickas 10 Whit Gibson 10 Conrad Taylor 3. 9.38 Steve Saunders 4. 9 Warren Gross 9 Whit Gibson 9 Greg Kenney 9 Dan Gallagher Career Shutouts 1. 28.25 Greg Kenney 2. 24.00 Dan Gallagher 24.00 Conrad Taylor 4. 20.00 Ron Haag 5. 19.00 Whit Gibson 6. 17.98 Bert Eckelmeyer 7. 17.00 Angelo Nickas

1980 1998 2005 1994 2009 1999 1982 1977

1981-84 1975-78 2004-07 1936-38 1998-99 1985-88 1978-80

Whit Gibson is Penn State’s leader in career goalkeeping with a 0.78 goals against average. In 1998, he also earned a share of the season shutouts record by registering 10.

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Saves 156 185 170 199 106 288 431 229 83

GAA 0.78 0.92 0.95 1.04 1.08 1.08 1.10 1.13 1.13

Shutouts 19.00 17.00 14.35 17.98 10.50 24.00 28.25 24.00 9.77

Season Shutouts (Two Goalkeepers) 1. 12 Bert Eckelmeyer & Kurt Merrill 1988 (24 games) 12 Marc Dinacci & Michael Barninger 1993 (23 games) 12 Steve Saunders & Grant Naylor 1994 (23 games) 12 Ryan Sickman & Eric Earnhardt 2001 (20 games) 5. 11 Dave Wilson & Greg Kenney 1981 (21 games) Season Shots 1. 95 Jim Stamatis 2. 92 Peter Jancevski 3. 87 Chad Severs 4. 84 Jim Stamatis 5. 83 Jim Stamatis 6. 82 Jason Yeisley 7. 79 Stuart Reid 8. 78 Ricardo Villar 9. 77 Jan Skorpen 77 Peter Jancevski Career Shots 1. 307 Jim Stamatis 2. 273 Jan Skorpen 3. 272 Peter Jancevski 4. 271 Stuart Reid 5. 238 Chad Severs 6. 237 Simon Omekanda 7. 208 Ricardo Villar

1977 1980 2002 1978 1979 2009 1994 1999 1988 1981

1976-79 1986-89 1978-81 1992-95 2001-04 2003-06 1997-2001

Game Goals 1. 7 Joe Lane vs. Bucknell 1950 2. 5 Dick Packer vs. Syracuse 1954 5 Dick Packer vs. Syracuse 1955 4. 4 Jack Pinezich vs. Bucknell 1954 4 Dick Matacia vs. Syracuse 1955 4 Dick Packer vs. Maryland 1955 4 Nick Scott vs. UConn 1993 4 Sebastien Gouverneur vs. Lafayette 1995 9. 3 Dick Packer (5 times) 1954-55 3 Jack Pinezich vs. Colgate 1954 3 Tommy Nute vs. Syracuse 1955 3 Dick Matacia vs. Pitt 1955 3 Derek Potteiger vs. Cornell 2000

Dick Packer led Penn State to its 11th national championship in 1955 by setting program records in season goals (24) and points (50).

Season Goals 1. 24 Dick Packer 2. 23 Jack Pinezich 3. 21 Bill Fiedler 4. 20 Jim Stamatis 5. 17 Chad Severs Jan Skorpen 7. 16 Stuart Reid Jim Stamatis

Career Goals 1. 56 Stuart Reid 2. 53 Dick Packer 3. 52 Jim Stamatis 4. 47 Jan Skorpen 5. 46 Bill MacEwan 6. 45 Chris Bahr 7. 43 Peter Jancevski 8. 41 Jack Pinezich

1955 1952 1957 1977 2002 1986 1993 1979

1992-95 1953-55 1976-79 1986-89 1934-36 1971-74 1978-81 1951-54

John “Jack” Pinezich captained Penn State’s 1954 national title-winning team, earning All-America honors. He ranks second all-time in season goals (23) and eighth in career goals (41).

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Career Goals (continued) 9. 38 Chad Severs 10. 37 Rich Reice 11. 33 Bill Fiedler 12. 30 Andy Rymarczuk 30 Larry Miller 14. 29 Frank Megrail 29 Rick Allen 29 Jeff Maierhofer Season Points 1. 50 Dick Packer 2. 45 Jim Stamatis 3. 44 Jim Stamatis 4. 38 Jan Skorpen 5. 37 Rich Reice 37 Stuart Reid 37 Chad Severs 8. 35 omas Greve

1995 1978 1988 1980 1993 2001

Season Assists 1. 13 Duncan MacEwan 13 Chris Kelly 13 Ricardo Villar Jim Stamatis 4. 12 5. 11 Kamel Hadded 11 Chris Kelly 6. 10 Neil Piper

1980 1992 2001 1979 1988 1993 1992

Career Assists 1. 32 Chris Kelly 2. 31 Ricardo Villar 3. 29 Jim Stamatis 4. 28 Neil Piper 5. 27 Duncan MacEwan

1990-93 1997-2001 1976-79 1991-93 1978-81

2001-04 1974-77 1957-58 1969-72 1982-85 1936-38 1969-71 1980-83

1955 1977 1979 1986 1977 1995 2002 1984

Jim Stamatis is Penn State’s all-time career points leader with 133 (52 goals, 29 assists).

Career Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15.

Player Jim Stamatis Stuart Reid Jan Skorpen Chris Bahr Dick Packer Peter Jancevski Bill MacEwan Rich Reice Chad Severs Jack Pinezich Ricardo Villar Duncan MacEwan Andy Rymarczuk Larry Miller Jeff Maierhofer

Years 1976-79 1992-95 1986-89 1971-74 1953-55 1978-81 1934-36 1974-77 2001-04 1951-54 1997-2001 1978-81 1969-72 1982-85 1980-83

Goals 52 56 47 45 53 43 46 37 38 41 27 27 30 30 29

Assists 29 14 19 22 4 17 3 17 14 5 31 27 19 19 17

Points 133 126 113 112 110 103 95 91 90 87 85 81 79 79 75

Chris Kelly is Penn State’s all-time assists leader, totaling 32 for his career. His 13 assists in 1992 is a program record he shares with Duncan MacEwan (1980) and Ricardo Villar (2001).

6. 26 7. 22 22 8. 20 20 10. 19 19 19 19 14. 18 18 16. 17 17 17 17

Simon Omekanda Chris Bahr John Marsden Niall Harrison Danny Kelly Andy Rymarczuk Larry Miller Jan Skorpen Derek Potteiger Lou Karbiener omas Greve Rich Reice Peter Jancevski Jeff Maierhofer Kamel Haddad

2003-06 1971-74 1972-75 1983-86 1987-90 1969-72 1982-85 1986-89 1998-2001 1979-82 1984-85 1974-77 1978-81 1980-83 1986-88

Season Game-Winning Goals 1. 7 Ricardo Villar 7 Derek Potteiger 7 Chad Severs 4. 6 Corey Hertzog 6 Stuart Reid 6 Jan Skorpen 6. 5 Travis Berger 5 Stuart Reid

1999 2000 2002 2009 1993 1988 1994 1992

Ricardo Villar scored a Penn State record seven game winning goals in 1999.

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Stuart Reid is Penn State’s all-time leading goal scorer, totaling 56 during his brilliant career.

Travis Berger Jim Stamatis Jan Skorpen Duncan MacEwan Stuart Reid Ricardo Villar

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Season Leaders Goals 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Rick Allen Andy Rymarczuk Chris Bahr Chris Bahr Chris Bahr Dave Reice Rich Reice Jim Stamatis Jim Stamatis Jim Stamatis Peter Jancevski Peter Jancevski Larry Miller Larry Miller, Bob Waizenegger omas Greve, Kevin Jennings omas Greve Jan Skorpen Paul Moylan Jan Skorpen Jan Skorpen Danny Kelly Steve Sergi Stuart Reid Stuart Reid Stuart Reid Travis Berger Phil Karn Phil Karn Jon McClay Ricardo Villar Derek Potteiger Ricardo Villar Chad Severs Chad Severs Chad Severs Jason Yeisley

13 14 10 11 12 12 12 20 13 16 12 13 12 9 12 12 10 16 11 14 9 9 8 14 16 12 15 10 10 9 13 13 10 17 7 9 9

2006 2007 2008 2009

Simon Omekanda Jason Yeisley Treavor Gelsinger Corey Hertzog

Assists 1970 Andy Rymarczuk 1971 Chris Bahr Brent Buddenhagen 1972 Chris Bahr 1973 Chris Bahr 1974 John Marsden 1975 John Marsden 1976 Ken McDonald 1977 Rich Reice 1978 Jim Stamatis 1979 Jim Stamatis 1980 Duncan MacEwan 1981 Duncan MacEwan 1982 Lou Karbiener 1983 Pete Jobling 1984 omas Greve 1985 omas Greve 1986 Troy Snyder 1987 Jan Skorpen 1988 Kamel Haddad 1989 Danny Kelly 1990 Peter Daigle Jan Skorpen Danny Kelly Danny Gil 1991 Neil Piper 1992 Chris Kelly 1993 Chris Kelly 1994 Sebastien Governeur 1995 Stuart Reid 1996 Phil Karn 1997 Jon McClay Kevin Silva

Chad Severs led Penn State in goals and points for three consecutive years (2002-04).

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5 6 6 11

9 6 6 7 5 9 8 4 9 8 12 13 6 8 7 8 9 6 5 11 8 4 4 4 4 9 13 11 7 9 6 4 4

Peter Jancevski led Penn State in goals (12) in 1980 and in goals (13) and points (30) in 1981. He is ranked sixth on the career points list (103) and seventh in career goals (43).

2007 2008 2009

Matt Leahy Ricardo Villar Ricardo Villar Derek Potteiger Ricardo Villar Joe Zewe Pasi Karppinen Simon Omekanda Richard Costanzo Simon Omekanda Simon Omekanda Stephen Reihner Treavor Gelsinger Matheus Braga Matheus Braga

4 9 9 6 13 6 6 8 7 9 4 4 6 4 7

Points 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Rick Allen Andy Rymarczuk Chris Bahr Chris Bahr Chris Bahr John Marsden Rich Reice Jim Stamatis Jim Stamatis Jim Stamatis Duncan MacEwan Peter Jancevski Lou Karbiener Larry Miller omas Greve omas Greve Jan Skorpen Paul Moylan Jan Skorpen Jan Skorpen Danny Kelly Neil Piper Stuart Reid Stuart Reid

27 32 27 27 28 22 27 45 34 44 33 30 28 24 35 29 38 26 34 22 26 21 29 33

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Stuart Reid Stuart Reid Phil Karn Phil Karn Jon McClay Ricardo Villar Derek Potteiger Ricardo Villar Chad Severs Chad Severs Chad Severs Jason Yeisley Simon Omekanda Jason Yeisley Treavor Gelsinger Corey Hertzog

27 37 26 22 22 35 32 33 37 17 21 24 14 16 12 28

Jan Skorpen was Penn State’s top goal scorer in 1986 (16), 1988 (14), and 1989 (9). He also led the Nittany Lions in points in those years, totaling 38, 34, and 22, respectively.

Season Leaders

Saves 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

Gary MacMath Gary MacMath Gary MacMath Tim Dantzig Tim Dantzig Tim Dantzig

93 85 79 42 74 105

Greg Kenney, ranked No. 1 on the program’s career shutouts list, was Penn State’s leader in saves and minutes played for four consecutive seasons (1981-84)

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Dan Gallagher Dan Gallagher Dan Gallagher Angelo Nickas Angelo Nickas Greg Kenney Greg Kenney Greg Kenney Greg Kenney Bert Eckelmeyer John Pascarella Bert Eckelmeyer Kurt Merrill Kurt Merrill Mark Dinacci Mike Imm Mike Imm Mike Dinacci Steve Saunders Grant Naylor Grant Naylor Ross Brubaker Whit Gibson Whit Gibson Ryan Sickman Ryan Sickman Ryan Sickman Matt Novchich Conrad Taylor Conrad Taylor Conrad Taylor Conrad Taylor Liam Fitzwater Warren Gross

85 72 70 73 104 73 139 114 84 111 59 46 53 53 40 40 63 43 86 31 40 76 74 82 53 27 53 58 75 71 76 66 49 69

Minutes Played 1970 Gary MacMath 1971 Gary MacMath 1972 Gary MacMath 1973 Tim Dantzig 1974 Tim Dantzig 1975 Tim Dantzig 1976 Dan Gallagher 1977 Dan Gallagher 1978 Dan Gallagher 1979 Angelo Nickas 1980 Angelo Nickas 1981 Greg Kenney 1982 Greg Kenney 1983 Greg Kenney 1984 Greg Kenney 1985 Bert Eckelmeyer 1986 John Pascarella 1987 Bert Eckelmeyer 1988 Kurt Merrill 1989 Kurt Merrill 1990 Mark Dinacci 1991 Mike Imm 1992 Mike Imm 1993 Mike Dinacci 1994 Steve Saunders 1995 Grant Naylor 1996 Grant Naylor 1997 Ross Brubaker 1998 Whit Gibson 1999 Whit Gibson 2000 Ryan Sickman 2001 Ryan Sickman 2002 Ryan Sickman 2003 Matt Novchich 2004 Conrad Taylor 2005 Conrad Taylor 2006 Conrad Taylor 2007 Conrad Taylor 2008 Liam Fitzwater 2009 Warren Gross

1,072 1,156 1,156 1,162 1,369 1,612 1,813 1,275 2,033 1,673 1,299 1,827 1,426 1,160 1,314 1,345 883 1,145 2,226 1,173 1,938 1,374 1,103 1,165 2,183 2,296 1,667 1,114 1,341 1,637 2,210 2,068 1,864 1,832 1,210 1,953

Penn State’s ultimate ironman, Conrad Taylor started every game (83) and logged every available minute in goal (7,976) during his collegiate career. e only two-time First Team All-Big Ten goalkeeper in program history, he is ranked second in career shutouts (tie, 24) and is tied for fifth in career goalkeeping (1.08 GAA).

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Goalkeeper Dan Gallagher topped Penn State in saves and minutes played for three straight years (1976-78). He is tied for second on the career shutouts list (24) and shares eighth place in career goalkeeping with a 1.13 goals against average.

Goals Against Average 1970 Gary MacMath 1.33 1971 Gary MacMath 1.90 1972 Gary MacMath 0.95 1973 Tim Dantzig 1.14 1974 Tim Dantzig 1.34 1975 Tim Dantzig 1.32 1976 Dan Gallagher 1.16 1977 Jeff Heimer 0.34 1978 Dan Gallagher 1.04 1979 Angelo Nickas 0.99 1980 Angelo Nickas 0.94 1981 Dave Wilson 0.80 1982 Marko Bulatovic 0.72 1983 Greg Kenney 1.40 1984 Greg Kenney 1.04 1985 Bert Eckelmeyer 1.38 1986 Bert Eckelmeyer 0.57 1987 Bert Eckelmeyer 0.70 1988 Bert Eckelmeyer 0.96 1989 Kurt Merrill 1.07 1990 Keith Engelhardt 1.44 1991 Mike Imm 1.49 1992 Mike Imm 1.33 1993 Mike Barninger 0.82 1994 Grant Naylor 0.73 1995 Grant Naylor 1.05 1996 Steve Saunders 0.90 1997 Steve Saunders 1.49 1998 Whit Gibson 0.77 1999 Whit Gibson 0.86 2000 Ryan Sickman 0.92 2001 Ryan Sickman 0.65 2002 Ryan Sickman 0.74 2003 Matt Novchich 1.37 2004 Conrad Taylor 1.02 2005 Conrad Taylor 0.78 2006 Conrad Taylor 1.16 2007 Conrad Taylor 1.42 2008 Liam Fitzwater 1.56 2009 Warren Gross 0.83

Postseason History

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PENN STATE IN THE POSTSEASON Date Nov. 17, 1970 Nov. 24, 1970 Nov. 20, 1971 Nov. 30, 1971 Dec. 4, 1971 Nov. 21, 1972 Nov. 28, 1972 Nov. 21, 1973 Nov. 26, 1973 Nov. 19, 1974 Nov. 20, 1975 Nov. 15, 1976 Nov. 16, 1977 Nov. 19, 1977 Nov. 15, 1978 Nov. 25, 1979 Nov. 30, 1979 Dec. 8, 1979 Dec. 9, 1979 Nov. 22, 1980 Dec. 7, 1980 Nov. 21, 1981 Nov. 17, 1982 Nov. 20, 1982 Nov. 18, 1984 Nov. 25, 1984 Nov. 23, 1985 Dec. 1, 1985 Nov. 22, 1986 Nov. 30, 1986 Nov. 12, 1988 Nov. 12, 1989 Nov. 15, 1992 Nov. 22, 1992 Nov. 14, 1993 Nov. 20, 1993 Nov. 18, 1994 Nov. 27, 1994 Nov. 19, 1995 Nov. 22, 1998 Nov. 28, 1998 Nov. 20, 1999 Nov. 28, 1999 Dec. 5, 1999 Nov. 25, 2001 Dec. 1, 2001 Nov. 27, 2002 Dec. 1, 2002 Dec. 7, 2002 Nov. 23, 2004 Nov. 22, 2005 Nov. 27, 2005 Nov. 22, 2009 Home: 19-7-1 Away: 4-20 Neutral: 1-1 Overtime: 6-4-1 36

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Round First Second First Second Quarterfinals First Second First Second First First First First Second First Second Third Semifinals Third Place Second Third Second First Second First Second Second Third Second Third First First First Second First Second First Second First First Second First Second Third Second Third Second Third Quarterfinals Second Second Third Second

Opponent Delaware Philadelphia U. St. Joseph’s Pennsylvania Howard St. Joseph’s Pennsylvania Philadelphia U. Pennsylvania Bucknell Philadelphia U. Philadelphia U. Pennsylvania Philadelphia U. Temple Princeton Indiana SIU Edwardsville Columbia Philadelphia U. Indiana Philadelphia U. Fairleigh Dickinson Philadelphia U. Philadelphia U. Fairleigh Dickinson Temple Evansville Seton Hall Akron Fairleigh Dickinson Howard Adelphi Virginia Robert Morris Princeton Robert Morris Rutgers Maryland Connecticut No. 5 St. John’s William & Mary St. John’s No. 2 Indiana South Florida No. 8 St. John’s North Carolina William & Mary No. 3 UCLA Tulsa No. 20 Seton Hall No. 11 Creighton Maryland

Location Delaware Penn State Penn State Pennsylvania Howard Penn State Pennsylvania Penn State Pennsylvania Penn State Philadelphia Philadelphia Penn State Philadelphia Temple Penn State Penn State Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Philadelphia Indiana Philadelphia Penn State Penn State Penn State FDU Penn State Evansville Penn State Akron Penn State Penn State Penn State Virginia Penn State Princeton Penn State Rutgers Maryland Connecticut St. John’s Penn State Penn State Indiana Penn State St. John’s Penn State Penn State UCLA Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State

Result W, 2-1 L, 2-1 W, 4-1 W, 2-1 L, 8-0 W, 2-0 L, 3-1 W, 5-3 L, 4-0 L, 1-0 L, 4-3 L, 4-0 W, 5-1 L, 3-0 L, 1-0 W, 3-1 W, 2-0 L, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 L, 3-1 L, 2-0 W, 1-0 L, 2-0 W, 5-0 L, 1-0 W, 6-5 (OT) L, 1-0 W, 2-0 (OT) L, 2-1 (OT) L, 1-0 L, 2-1 (OT) W, 2-1 L, 4-1 W, 3-0 L, 5-2 W, 3-0 L, 3-2 (2OT) L, 2-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-0 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 (3OT) L, 3-0 W, 1-0 (3OT) L, 2-1 (3OT) W, 1-0 (2OT) W, 1-0 (OT) L, 7-1 T, 1-1 (4-3 PK) W, 1-0 L, 3-1 L, 2-1

Declared national champions in 1926*, 1929, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1938*, 1939*,1940, 1949*, 1954, 1955* *tie

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Record 1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 4-3 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 6-7 6-8 6-9 7-9 8-9 8-10 9-10 10-10 10-11 10-12 11-12 11-13 12-13 12-14 13-14 13-15 14-15 14-16 14-17 14-18 15-18 15-19 16-19 16-20 17-20 17-21 17-22 18-22 18-23 19-23 20-23 20-24 21-24 21-25 22-25 23-25 23-26 23-26-1 24-26-1 24-27-1 24-28-1

Coaching History

HOSTERMAN

GORMAN

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JEFFREY

LEONARD

SCHMIDT

LONGHURST

BOB WARMING 2010Career Record: 383-180-64

HERB SCHMIDT 1968-1973 Career Record: 38-21-8

LARRY LONGHURST 1923 Career Record: 4-0-1

Bob Warming, the sixth winningest active NCAA Division I coach, will begin a new era in Nittany Lion soccer history in 2010 as Penn State’s 11th head coach.

Schmidt guided Penn State teams that earned four NCAA Championship field berths in his five year tenure, including the program’s first appearance in an NCAA title game (1970). He coached six All-Mid-Atlantic Region honorees during his career.

Longhurst coached for just one year; a season in which his Lions were unbeaten and scored 20 goals in just five games.

BARRY GORMAN 1988-2009 Career Record: 266-158-42

e Lions’ 10th and all-time winningest coach in Penn State men’s soccer history boasting a total of 266 victories, three Big Ten Conference Championships, two Atlantic 10 Conference Championships, and three NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year awards. Gorman has coached seven All-America selections, five Soccer America Freshman All-America team members, one Olympian, and 33 All-Region honorees. He has taken his teams on five overseas playing tours during his tenure: England/Ireland, Germany, Holland, and Brazil (twice).

WALTER BAHR 1974-1987 Career Record: 185-66-22

During his distinguished career, Bahr led Penn State to 12 NCAA Championship appearances and to an Atlantic 10 Conference Championship. He was named Regional and National Coach of the Year in 1979 and is an NSCAA Hall of Fame inductee. Bahr coached five All-American selections, two Soccer America Freshman AllAmerica honorees, a Hermann Award winner, two Olympians, and 16 All-Mid-Atlantic Region honorees.

KEN HOSTERMAN 1953-1967 Career Record: 72-60-5

Hosterman owns Penn State’s third longest head coaching tenure. He coached two consecutive ISFA championship teams, three All-America selections, three Olympians, and three All-MidAtlantic Region players.

BILL JEFFREY 1926-1952 Career Record: 153-24-29

Penn State’s sixth head coach, Jeffrey is Penn State’s all-time coaching leader by percentage and possesses the program’s longest coaching tenure at over a quarter of a century. His teams outscored their opponents 689-184 and captured seven ISFA championships. His 1933 team posted Penn State’s first perfect season, amassing a 6-0-0 record. Jeffrey led the first U.S. soccer contingent to travel abroad.

HUGH KEENLEYSIDE 1922 Career Record: 2-0-2

Led the Lions to an undefeated season in his lone year as head coach.

COMPTON PACKENHAM 1921 Career Record: 2-0-1

His 1921 Lions held opponents to just two goals.

JIM CROWELL 1916-1917, 1919-1920 Career Record: 11-0-2

Penn State’s first soccer coach. Unbeaten in his tenure, Crowell’s Lions held the record for highest goal tally in a season (24) until 1927.

RALPH LEONARD 1924-1925 Career Record: 9-1-1

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WEST CHESTER WEST VIRGINIA at Colgate at Bucknell NAVY MARYLAND TEMPLE at Army at Gettysburg

1966

3-1 L 9-2 W 5-3 L 3-1 W 4-0 L 7-0 W 3-0 L 7-1 L 3-2 L

Head Coach: Ken Hosterman 1-7-2

8 13 15 20 22 27 31 12 12 19

at West Virginia WEST CHESTER at Army at Bucknell at Colgate NAVY MARYLAND TEMPLE GETTYSBURG PITTSBURGH

1967

3-2 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 1-1 T 2-0 L 3-0 L 1-1 T 3-0 L 6-1 W 2-1 L

Head Coach: Ken Hosterman 5-4-1

7 11 14 21 25 28 4 4 10 18

WEST VIRGINIA at West Chester ARMY COLGATE at Navy at Maryland at Temple BUCKNELL GETTYSBURG at Pittsburgh

1968

6-2 1-0 7-0 5-3 1-0 2-2 3-1 3-1 2-0 7-1

Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 0-6-3

5 9 12 16 19 26 2 9 23

at West Virginia WEST CHESTER at Army at Bucknell at George Washington NAVY MARYLAND TEMPLE PITTSBURGH

1969

2-1 5-2 6-3 2-1 4-4 3-0 6-0 1-1 1-1

Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 3-6-0

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1970

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Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 9-3-0

3 7 10 14 17 24 31 4 7 14

WEST VIRGINIA 5-0 W at West Chester 3-1 W ARMY 3-2 L BUCKNELL 3-1 W GEORGE WASHINGTON 6-1 W at Navy 2-1 W at Maryland 3-2 L SHIPPENSBURG 5-2 W at Temple 1-0 W at Pittsburgh 2-1 W 1970 NCAA Championship N 17 at Delaware 2-1 W N 24 PHILA. TEXTILE 2-1 L Leading scorers: Rick Allen 13-1-27, Andy Rymarczuk 6-9-21, Tom Kehan 7-2-16

1971

O O O O O O O N N N

Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 9-3-1

6 9 13 16 23 27 30 3 6 13

WEST CHESTER 5-0 W at Army 3-2 L at Bucknell 4-2 W at George Washington 4-1 W NAVY 2-1 W at West Virginia 1-0 L MARYLAND 3-3 T at Shippensburg 5-2 W TEMPLE 9-0 W PITTSBURGH 5-1 W 1971 NCAA Championship N 20 SAINT JOSEPH’S 4-1 W N 30 at Pennsylvania 2-1 W D 4 at Howard 8-0 L Leading scorers: Andy Rymarczuk 14-4-32, Chris Bahr 12-6-30, Rick Allen 8-5-21

1972

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Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 9-1-2

29 4 6 11 13 21 28 3 10 17

GEORGE WASHINGTON 8-1 W at West Chester 4-0 W WEST VIRGINIA 6-4 W BUCKNELL 2-0 W ARMY 3-0 W at Maryland 0-0 T at Navy 2-0 W SHIPPENSBURG 2-1 W at Temple 5-3 W at Pittsburgh 0-0 T 1972 NCAA Championship N 21 SAINT JOSEPH’S 2-0 W N 28 at Pennsylvania 3-1 L Leading scorers: Chris Bahr 10-7-27, Andy Rymarczuk 7-6-20, Rick Allen 5-4-14

1973

O O O O O O N N N N

Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 8-2-2

3 6 10 12 19 26 2 6 9 16

WEST CHESTER 3-0 W at West Virginia 3-1 L at Bucknell 3-1 W at Army 2-2 T MARYLAND 5-1 W NAVY 4-1 W at Shippensburg 1-0 W at East Stroudsburg 1-0 W TEMPLE 1-1 T PITTSBURGH 6-2 W 1973 NCAA Championship N 21 PHILA. TEXTILE 5-3 W N 26 at Pennsylvania 4-0 L Leading scorers: Chris Bahr 11-5-27, Randy Garber 7-4-18, Rick Allen 5-4-14, John Marsden 6-2-14

1974

S S S O O O O O N N N

13 18 27 2 9 11 18 25 1 8 15

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 8-1-3

EAST STROUDSBURG 3-2 W WEST VIRGINIA 7-2 W HARTWICK 5-1 W at West Chester 3-1 W BUCKNELL 1-1 T ARMY 2-2 T at Maryland 1-1 T at Navy 2-1 W SHIPPENSBURG 7-0 W at Temple 3-1 W at Pittsburgh 6-3 W 1974 NCAA Championship N 19 BUCKNELL 1-0 L Leading scorers: Chris Bahr 12-4-28, Rich Reice 6-2-14, John Marsden 2-9-13, Matt Bahr 5-3-13 Chris Bahr led Penn State in goals scored for three straight seasons, earning First Team All-America honors each year (1972-1974).

Year-by-Year Results 1975

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 9-5-1

12 LOCK HAVEN 1-1 16 at East Stroudsburg 4-2 19 TRENTON STATE 6-0 23 SCRANTON 3-0 30 WEST CHESTER 4-0 3 at West Virginia 2-0 10 at Army 2-1 14 at Bucknell 2-0 17 MARYLAND 2-1 24 NAVY 2-1 31 at Shippensburg 2-0 7 TEMPLE 4-2 14 PITTSBURGH 8-1 16 HARTWICK 2-0 1975 NCAA Championship at Temple N 20 PHILA. TEXTILE 4-3 Leading scorers: John Marsden 7-8-22, Bodossian 8-1-17, Steve Reid 6-4-16

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1976

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Head Coach: Walter Bahr 10-4-1

LOCK HAVEN 3-0 TRENTON STATE 5-0 at Scranton 3-2 HARTWICK 2-1 at West Chester 3-2 WEST VIRGINIA 3-1 ARMY 3-1 BUCKNELL 5-0 MARYLAND 4-0 EAST STROUDSBURG 3-0 at Navy 1-0 SHIPPENSBURG 8-0 at Temple 2-1 at Pittsburgh 0-0 1976 NCAA Championship N 15 at Philadelphia Textile 4-0 Leading scorers: Rich Reice 12-3-27, McDonald 8-4-20, Leo Bodossian 6-0-12

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9 16 21 25 27 30 7 11 14 18 21 28 1 4

LOCK HAVEN 6-0 TRENTON STATE 8-0 SCRANTON 6-0 at Hartwick 1-0 WEST CHESTER 4-0 at West Virginia 2-1 at Army 3-2 at Bucknell 2-0 MARYLAND 5-0 at East Stroudsburg 2-0 NAVY 5-1 at Shippensburg 5-1 PITTSBURGH 5-1 TEMPLE 5-0 1977 NCAA Championship N 16 PENNSYLVANIA 5-1 N 19 PHILA. TEXTILE 3-0 Leading scorers:: Jim Stamatis 20-5-45, Reice 14-9-37, Bob Ehrlich 6-5-17

1979

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S S S S S S S O O O O O O O N N

6 8 16 17 22 26 29 2 4 10 14 17 25 29 3 10

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 11-5-1

LOCK HAVEN 5-1 W CLEVELAND STATE 3-2 W at Indiana 2-0 L SOUTHERN ILLINOIS* 2-0 W HARTWICK 4-3 L at West Chester 6-0 W WEST VIRGINIA 4-0 W SAN FRANCISCO 2-0 L RHODE ISLAND 2-0 W BUCKNELL 8-0 W at Maryland 1-0 W EAST STROUDSBURG 6-1 W at Pittsburgh 2-0 L SHIPPENSBURG 6-0 W at Temple 1-1 T AKRON 4-0 W 1978 NCAA Championship N 15 at Temple 1-0 L * at Indiana Leading scorers: Jim Stamatis 13-8-34, Peter Jancevski 9-0-18, Herb Menhardt 7-2-16

S S S S S S S S O O O O O O O O O N N

5 8 14 16 21 25 28 30 5 9 12 14 16 19 23 26 28 2 9

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 18-4-1

LOCK HAVEN 3-2 W at Akron 0-0 T LONG ISLAND 5-0 W at Rhode Island 3-2 L ALDERSON-BROADDUS 5-1 W WEST CHESTER 5-1 W at West Virginia 3-1 W at Cleveland State 4-0 L LAFAYETTE 3-2 W at Bucknell 2-1 W MARYLAND 1-0 L LASALLE 4-1 W at East Stroudsburg 4-2 W FORDHAM 6-0 W PITTSBURGH 6-0 W at Navy 1-0 W at Shippensburg 5-2 W TEMPLE 1-0 W CONNECTICUT 2-1 W 1979 NCAA Championship N 25 PRINCETON 3-1 W N 30 INDIANA 2-0 W D 8 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 2-1 L D 9 COLUMBIA 2-1 W Leading scorers: Jim Stamatis 16-12-44, Peter Jancevski 9-8-26, Duncan MacEwan 11-2-24

1980

S S S S S S S O O O O O O O O O O N N N

9 12 14 19 21 26 29 3 7 10 14 17 19 22 24 28 31 4 9 14

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 18-3-1

at Penn State-Behrend 6-0 W AKRON 2-1 W at Indiana 2-0 L ALDERSON-BROADDUS 4-0 W at West Chester 3-2 W CLEVELAND STATE 2-1 W ST. LOUIS 3-2 W FORDHAM 6-0 W BUCKNELL 5-1 W at Maryland 2-1 L EAST STROUDSBURG 4-0 W WILLIAM & MARY 1-0 W NOTRE DAME 4-2 W at Pittsburgh 2-0 W NAVY 1-0 W SHIPPENSBURG 5-1 W BINGHAMTON 6-0 W LEHIGH 4-1 W at Connecticut 0-0 T TOWSON STATE 3-0 W 1980 NCAA Championship N 22 at Philadelphia Textile 3-2 W D 7 at Indiana 3-1 L Leading scorers: Duncan MacEwan 10-13-33, Peter Jancevski 12-5-29

Walter Bahr, the National Coach of the Year in 1979, guided Penn State to 185 wins over the span of his distinguished 14-year career.

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1977

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 13-3-0

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1981

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4 7 11 13 16 19 22 25 27 2 9 13 17 20 23 30 3 6 8 12

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 15-5-1

WEST VA. WESLEYAN 6-0 ST. JOHN’S 2-0 LOYOLA 2-0 at Akron 2-1 WEST CHESTER 4-0 at William & Mary 2-1 LOCK HAVEN 3-2 WEST VIRGINIA 1-0 at Cleveland State 1-1 FORDHAM 6-0 MARYLAND 2-0 at East Stroudsburg 3-0 at Long Island 3-1 PITTSBURGH 5-0 at Navy 1-0 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 3-1 at Lehigh 1-0 CONNECTICUT 3-2 at Temple 3-1 at Lafayette 4-1 1981 NCAA Championship N 21 at Philadelphia Textile 2-0 Leading scorers: Peter Jancevski 13-4-30, Maierhofer 7-5-19

1983

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 11-8-1

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1982

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1 5 7 10 12 14 18 24 28 1 3 8 11 13 19 22 26 29 31 5 12

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 16-5-2

DAVIS & ELKINS 1-0 W at Hartwick 4-3 L at West Virginia 1-0 W RHODE ISLAND 3-2 W at Loyola (Md.) 2-0 W at West Chester 2-1 W at Southern Illinois 2-1 L CLEVELAND STATE 2-1 W at Alderson-Broaddus 4-1 L AKRON 3-0 W WAKE FOREST 1-1 T LOCK HAVEN 3-2 W EAST STROUDSBURG 5-0 W LONG ISLAND 1-1 T at Bucknell 6-0 W Navy 4-1 W at Pittsburgh 2-0 W RUTGERS 3-0 W at Connecticut 3-2 L TEMPLE 2-0 W LAFAYETTE 4-1 W 1982 NCAA Championship N 17 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 1-0 W N 20 PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE 2-0 L Leading scorers: Lou Karbiener 10-8-28, Larry Miller 12-3-27, Jeff Maierhofer 10-4-24

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S 2 INDIANA 2-1 W S 5 at Navy 3-2 L 4-1 W S 9 WEST VIRGINIA S 11 at Rhode Island 3-0 W S 16 WEST VA. WESLEYAN 2-1 W 1-0 W S 20 at Cleveland State S 24 at Fairleigh Dickinson 2-1 L S 27 PITTSBURGH 8-3 W 2-0 W S 30 HOWARD O 2 at Akron 0-0 T O 7 LOCK HAVEN 1-0 L O 11 at East Stroudsburg 2-0 W O 15 at Long Island 2-1 L O 18 BUCKNELL 5-0 W O 21 HARTWICK 2-1 L O 23 at Rutgers 5-2 L O 28 CONNECTICUT 3-2 W N 5 at Temple 5-1 L N 8 at Lafayette 2-1 L N 11 WEST CHESTER 5-1 W Leading scorers: Larry Miller 9-6-24, Bob Waizenegger 9-1-19, Jeff Maierhofer 7-2-16

1984

S S S S S S S S S O O O O O O O O N N N N

1 4 7 11 14 16 21 25 28 2 5 9 12 16 20 23 28 2 6 9 11

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 17-5-1

NAVY 6-2 W AKRON 0-0 T RHODE ISLAND 3-0 W at West Virginia 3-1 W DREXEL 3-0 W at West Chester 7-1 W FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 2-1 W at Pittsburgh 2-0 W DUKE 1-0 W LOCK HAVEN 2-1 W RUTGERS 3-2 L EAST STROUDSBURG 4-1 W CLEVELAND STATE 2-1 L at Bucknell 3-1 W at Hartwick 5-2 L at Shippensburg 7-0 W at Connecticut 2-1 W TEMPLE 2-1 W LAFAYETTE 3-1 W South Florida* 2-1 W Tampa# 2-1 L 1984 NCAA Championship N 18 PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE 5-0 W N 25 at Fairleigh Dickinson 1-0 L * at Tampa # at South Florida Leading scorers: omas Greve 13-9-35, Kevin Jennings 14-3-31, Niall Harrison 11-6-28

1985

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 15-6-1

S 1 at Navy 1-0 W S 4 SHIPPENSBURG 5-1 W Puma Invitational at St. Louis University S 6 vs. San Francisco 3-2 L S 7 at St. Louis 2-1 W 4-1 W S 13 WEST VIRGINIA S 15 at Akron 2-1 L S 20 WEST CHESTER 5-1 W 3-1 W S 22 at Fairleigh Dickinson S 27 SAINT JOSEPH’S 4-0 W S 29 at Duke 3-0 L O 4 LONG ISLAND 3-2 L O 8 at Lafayette 2-1 W O 11 HOWARD 2-1 W O 15 BUCKNELL 2-0 W O 18 HARTWICK 3-0 L O 22 PITTSBURGH 3-0 W O 25 CONNECTICUT 2-1 W O 27 at Rhode Island 3-2 W N 1 at Temple 1-1 T N 8 LASALLE 5-0 W 1985 NCAA Championship N 23 TEMPLE 6-5 W D 1 at Evansville 1-0 L Leading scorers: omas Greve 10-9-29, Dave Dabora 9-4-22, Kevin Jennings 9-3-21, Niall Harrison 7-7-21

1986

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1 5 8 12 16 19 21 24 27 3 4 7 10 14 18 21 24 26 31 6 9

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 12-6-5

NAVY 1-1 T GANNON 3-2 W at Shippensburg 1-0 W AKRON 1-0 L at Rutgers 1-0 W FDU-TEANECK 2-1 W at West Chester 6-0 W LOCK HAVEN 2-1 L at Long Island 3-1 L at Tampa 1-1 T at South Florida 3-3 T LAFAYETTE 1-0 L SETON HALL 1-1 T at Bucknell 4-0 W at Hartwick 3-2 W DELAWARE 3-1 W NOTRE DAME 3-0 W at Connecticut 3-3 T TEMPLE 2-1 W at East Stroudsburg 2-0 W CLEVELAND STATE 1-0 L 1986 NCAA Championship N 22 SETON HALL 2-0 W N 30 at Akron 4-3 L Leading scorers: Jan Skorpen 17-4-38, Jay Ruby 7-3-17, Steve Potter 6-5-17

Year-by-Year Results 1987

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at Navy 3-2 W BOWLING GREEN 1-0 L SHIPPENSBURG 2-0 W SETON HALL 4-1 L at West Virginia 1-1 T RUTGERS 4-0 L at FDU-Teaneck 3-2 L LONG ISLAND 2-1 W at St. Bonaventure 3-0 W ST. LOUIS 4-1 L GEORGE MASON 2-1 L at Akron 1-0 W BUCKNELL 7-0 W HARTWICK 1-1 T at Lafayette 2-1 W CONNECTICUT 2-2 T OHIO STATE 5-0 W GEORGE WASHINGTON 3-0 W at Temple 1-0 W Atlantic 10 Tournament at Rutgers N 7 George Washington 1-0 W N 8 Rutgers 1-0 W Leading scorers: Paul Moylan 11-4-26, Kammel Haddad 8-4-20, Jan Skorpen 7-5-19

1988

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Head Coach: Barry Gorman 14-7-3, 3-0 A-10 ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONS

1 3 5 9 11 16 18 23 27 30 2 4 7 11 15 18 21 23 25

MUHLENBERG 3-0 W VILLANOVA 1-0 W at George Washington 1-0 W WEST VIRGINIA 3-0 W at Long Island 4-1 L PHILA. TEXTILE (OT) 1-1 T at Seton Hall (OT) 4-3 L FDU-TEANECK 3-1 W ST. BONAVENTURE 4-0 W WRIGHT STATE 1-0 W at Princeton 4-1 L at Shippensburg 2-0 W AKRON 2-1 L at Cleveland State 4-1 W at Hartwick (OT) 0-0 T PENNSYLVANIA 4-2 W HOWARD 2-1 L at Connecticut 1-0 W at Bucknell 3-0 W Gatorade Invitational at FIU O 28 Notre Dame 3-1 L O 29 Florida International 0-0 T Atlantic 10 Tournament at Rutgers N 4 George Washington (OT) 3-1 W N 6 Rutgers 2-0 W 1988 NCAA Championship N 12 FDU-TEANECK 1-0 L Leading scorers: Jan Skorpen 14-6-34, Kamel Haddad 6-11-23, Steve Frantz 10-2-22, Danny Kelly 2-6-10

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 12-6-5, 3-0 A-10 ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONS

Air Force Invitational S 2 Evansville 1-0 L S 4 Air Force 0-0 T S 8 LONG ISLAND 3-0 W S 10 at FDU-Teaneck 2-0 L S 15 GEO. WASHINGTON 2-1 W S 17 at Philadelphia Textile (OT) 1-1 T S 19 GANNON 1-0 W S 22 SETON HALL 6-3 W S 24 PRINCETON 1-0 L Met Life Classic at Old Dominion S 29 William & Mary 1-0 L O 1 Old Dominion 2-1 L O 3 SHIPPENSBURG 6-1 W O 6 at Akron (OT) 2-0 L O 10 at St. Bonaventure 4-1 W O 13 HARTWICK 1-0 L O 17 at West Virginia 3-0 W O 20 CONNECTICUT 2-1 L O 24 CLEVELAND STATE 1-0 L O 27 TEMPLE 2-1 L O 31 at Bucknell 3-1 W Atlantic 10 Tournament N 3 GEO. WASHINGTON 3-2 W N 5 RUTGERS (OT) 2-1 W 1989 NCAA Championship N 12 HOWARD (Shootout) 1-2 T Leading scorers: Jan Skorpen 9-4-22, Danny Kelly 7-4-18, Steve Frantz 7-4-18

1990

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Head Coach: Barry Gorman 11-8-2, 6-1-1 A-10

1 3 7 9 14 16 21 23 28 30 5 7 13 16 19 21

DREXEL 2-1 W RADFORD (OT) 3-1 W CAMPBELL 4-1 L at Massachusetts (OT) 1-0 W PHILA. TEXTILE 2-0 L at Seton Hall 3-1 L RUTGERS 3-0 W at Rhode Island (OT) 2-1 W SAINT JOSEPH’S 5-1 W at Temple 3-0 L AKRON 2-1 W at George Washington 0-0 T at Hartwick (OT) 3-2 L ST. BONAVENTURE 5-0 W WEST VIRGINIA 4-0 W at Connecticut 2-2 T Met Life Classic at South Carolina O 27 Indiana 2-1 L O 28 Nevada-Las Vegas 6-1 L O 30 BUCKNELL 2-1 W Atlantic 10 Tournament at Rutgers N 3 Temple (OT) 2-1 W N 4 Rutgers (OT) 3-1 L Leading scorers: Danny Kelly 9-8-26, omas Agesen 5-2-12, Danny Gil 4-3-11, Steve omas 4-3-11, Eric Friberg 4-2-10

1991

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 11-9, 3-2 Big Ten

Met Life Classic at Indiana Saint Louis 2-1 L Indiana 5-3 L Seton Hall* 2-0 L LOCK HAVEN 4-2 W at Rutgers 2-1 L at Drexel 1-0 L TEMPLE 1-0 W at Philadelphia Textile (OT) 3-2 L at Akron (OT) 3-2 L NORTHWESTERN 1-0 W at Ohio State 4-1 W HARTWICK 3-1 W FDU-TEANECK 2-0 W LAFAYETTE 3-1 W CONNECTICUT 3-2 W at Michigan State 2-1 W at Bucknell 1-0 W WISCONSIN 3-1 L Big Ten Championship at Indiana N 8 Northwestern 2-0 W N 9 Indiana 4-2 L * at Hershey, Pa. Leading scorers: Neil Piper 6-9-21, Steve Sergi 8-2-18, Nigel Sparks 5-5-15, Chris Kelly 3-7-13

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1992

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 16-8, 3-2 Big Ten

Met Life Classic at Virginia Virginia 4-0 L George Mason 4-1 L VILLANOVA 3-1 W at Seton Hall (OT) 3-2 W DREXEL 4-0 W RUTGERS 3-0 W at Lafayette 1-0 W PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE 1-0 W at Temple 3-1 W INDIANA (OT) 3-1 W Akron* 4-3 W at Northwestern 3-0 W at Wisconsin 2-1 L LOCK HAVEN (OT) 2-1 L OHIO STATE 3-2 L at FDU-Teaneck 4-0 W MICHIGAN STATE 1-0 W BUCKNELL 1-0 W at Connecticut 2-1 L Big Ten Championship at Indiana N 5 Michigan State 5-0 W N 6 Wisconsin 2-1 W N 7 Indiana 2-1 L 1992 NCAA Championship N 15 ADELPHI 2-1 W N 22 at Virginia 4-1 L * at Hershey, Pa. Leading scorers: Stuart Reid 14-1-29, Chris Kelly 7-13-27, Steve Sergi 8-4-20, Neil Piper 510-20, Nigel Sparks 8-3-19

S S S S S S S S S O O O O O O O O O N

5 6 9 12 15 18 22 25 27 2 4 9 11 16 18 21 24 27 1

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3-2 L N 27 at Rutgers (OT) Leading scorers: Stuart Reid 12-3-27, Nick Scott 8-5-21, Travis Berger 7-4-18, Rich Wilmot 6-416, Sebastien Gouverneur 4-7-15

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 17-4-2, 3-2-1 Big Ten BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

S S S S S S S

4 7 10 14 18 21 24

BUFFALO 1-0 W SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 3-0 W SETON HALL 5-1 W at Akron 5-1 W at Rutgers 1-0 L LAFAYETTE 3-0 W TEMPLE 7-0 W Notre Dame Classic O 1 Indiana 4-1 L O 2 at Notre Dame 1-0 W O 8 NORTHWESTERN 3-0 W O 10 WISCONSIN (OT) 2-2 T O 15 FDU-TEANECK 5-1 W O 17 at Ohio State 2-1 W O 19 at Bucknell 3-2 W O 22 CONNECTICUT 5-0 W O 24 at Michigan State 1-0 L O 27 LOCK HAVEN (OT) 1-0 W O 30 at Hartwick (OT) 0-0 T Big Ten Championship at Wisconsin N 5 Northwestern 2-1 W N 6 Indiana 1-0 W N 7 Wisconsin 1-0 W 1993 NCAA Championship N 14 ROBERT MORRIS 3-0 W N 20 at Princeton 5-2 L Leading scorers: Stuart Reid 16-1-33, Chris Kelly 9-11-29, Rich Wilmot 7-7-21, Neil Piper 5-9-19, Nick Scott 8-2-18, Jeff Lear 3-5-11

1994

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Head Coach: Barry Gorman 16-6-1, 4-1 Big Ten

3 vs. Notre Dame 1-0 6 CLEVELAND STATE 3-0 10 at Seton Hall 3-2 13 SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 3-1 16 RUTGERS (OT) 3-2 20 at Lafayette (OT) 3-0 23 PHILA. TEXTILE (OT) 1-1 25 at Temple (OT) 2-0 30 INDIANA 2-1 7 at Northwestern 2-1 9 at Wisconsin 1-0 11 at Army (OT) 1-0 15 OHIO STATE 2-0 18 BUCKNELL 6-0 22 MICHIGAN STATE (OT) 1-0 25 at FDU-Teaneck 1-0 Southern Bell Classic at Miami, Fla. 28 vs. Fla. International (OT) 3-2 30 vs. Marquette 3-1 5 PITTSBURGH 4-0 Big Ten Championship at Ohio State 12 Ohio State 3-0 13 Indiana 3-1 1994 NCAA Championship 18 ROBERT MORRIS 3-0

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1995

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 15-5, 4-1 Big Ten

Reebok/Cal State-Fullerton Invitational 2 at Cal State-Fullerton 3-2 W 4 UCLA 4-1 L 8 SETON HALL 2-1 L 12 at Cleveland State 4-1 W 15 ST. FRANCIS (Pa.) 5-0 W 20 LAFAYETTE 4-1 W 23 AKRON (OT) 2-1 W 25 at Philadelphia Textile 5-2 W 29 at Indiana 2-1 W 6 NORTHWESTERN 6-1 W 8 WISCONSIN 2-0 L 13 ARMY 6-1 W 15 at Ohio State 3-0 W 18 at Bucknell 4-0 W 22 at Michigan State 1-0 W 27 HARTWICK 5-0 W 29 UW-GREEN BAY 3-1 W 3 at Pennsylvania 3-1 W Big Ten Championship at Michigan State N 12 Indiana 3-1 L 1995 NCAA Championship N 19 at Maryland 2-0 L Leading scorers: Stuart Reid 14-9-37, Travis Berger 15-5-35, Jeff Lear 9-5-23, Sebastien Gouverneur 7-4-18, Jon McClay 4-3-11

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Head Coach: Barry Gorman 11-6-2, 2-2-1 Big Ten

Adidas Invitational at Portland, Oregon 7 at Portland (OT) 1-0 L 8 vs. Washington 2-0 L 11 TEMPLE 6-1 W 14 at Seton Hall 2-1 W 17 SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 3-0 W 21 TOWSON STATE 3-1 W 25 at Lafayette 2-1 W 28 at Hartwick 5-0 W 4 INDIANA (OT) 1-1 T 8 PHILA. TEXTILE 7-0 W 11 at Northwestern 3-1 W 13 at Wisconsin 3-2 L 20 at Akron 2-1 L 23 BUCKNELL 1-0 W 26 MICHIGAN STATE 2-0 L 1 LOYOLA (Md.) 2-0 L 8 OHIO STATE 1-0 W Big Ten Championship at Penn State N 15 OHIO STATE 3-0 W N 16 INDIANA (OT) 2-2 T (Indiana advances via penalty kicks, 3-2) Leading scorers: Phil Karn 10-6-26, Jon McClay 8-1-17, Jeff Lear 5-3-13, Fredrik Guster 6-0-12, David Weil 4-2-10, Sebastien Gouverneur 2-4-8

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Head Coach: Barry Gorman 10-10-1, 2-3 Big Ten

30 at William & Mary 2-1 W 1 at Loyola, Md. (OT) 2-2 T 5 ST. FRANCIS (Pa.) 3-1 W 9 at Temple 2-0 L Duke Invitational at Durham, N.C. S 12 at Duke 4-0 L S 13 vs. North Carolina State 3-0 L S 20 at Towson State (OT) 1-0 L S 23 LAFAYETTE 3-0 W Penn State Nike Classic S 26 PENNSYLVANIA 1-0 W S 27 ARMY 2-0 W O 3 at Indiana 2-0 L O 10 NORTHWESTERN 3-0 W O 12 WISCONSIN (OT) 2-1 W O 17 CLEVELAND STATE 2-0 W O 19 at Ohio State (OT) 2-1 L O 22 at Bucknell (OT) 2-1 W O 26 at Michigan State 3-2 L N 1 HARTWICK (OT) 2-1 L N 8 at James Madison 5-0 L Big Ten Championship at Indiana N 14 Wisconsin 2-0 W N 15 at Indiana 4-0 L Leading scorers: Phil Karn 10-2-22, Jon McClay 5-4-14, Kevin Silva 2-4-8, Travis Berger 3-2-8

1998

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Head Coach: Barry Gorman 14-6-2, 4-1 Big Ten

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SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 8-0 W at Akron 1-0 W WILLIAM & MARY (OT) 1-0 L Penn State Nike Classic S 11 PORTLAND (2OT) 0-0 T S 13 LOYOLA (Md.) 3-1 W Virginia Commonwealth Nike Classic S 19 American 2-0 L S 20 at Va. Commonwealth 1-0 W Army Invitational, West Point, N.Y. S 25 at Army 2-1 W S 27 vs. Hartford 2-2 T O 2 vs. Indiana (OT) 1-0 L O 9 at Northwestern 1-0 W O 11 at Wisconsin 3-2 W O 15 at Cleveland State 1-0 W O 18 OHIO STATE (OT) 1-0 W O 21 BUCKNELL 7-1 W O 25 MICHIGAN STATE 1-0 W O 31 at Hartwick 2-0 L N 7 vs. James Madison 1-0 W Big Ten Championship at Northwestern N 14 Ohio State (2OT) 3-2 W N 15 Indiana (2OT) 1-0 L 1998 NCAA Championship N 22 at Connecticut 1-0 W N 28 at St. John’s 1-0 L Leading scorers: Jon McClay 9-4-22, Ricardo Villar 4-9-17, Matt Leahy 3-2-8

Year-by-Year Results 1999

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 19-4-1, 3-2 Big Ten

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New Hampshire Nike Classic vs. Vermont 3-0 W at New Hampshire (OT) 2-1 W ST. BONAVENTURE 2-0 W at Villanova 4-0 W Penn State Nike Classic S 15 CHARLESTON (OT) 2-1 W S 16 VA. COMMONWEALTH 1-0 W S 23 at Michigan (OT) 2-1 W S 26 at Akron 2-0 L S 29 INDIANA 3-2 L O 1 SOUTH CAROLINA 1-0 L O 6 at Northwestern 6-2 W O 8 at Wisconsin 2-0 W O 12 CORNELL 3-0 W O 15 OHIO STATE (2OT) 1-1 T O 23 MICHIGAN STATE 2-0 L Ohio State Nike Classic O 27 vs. Cincinnati 1-0 W O 29 vs. Kentucky (2OT) 1-1 T N 4 at Hartwick 3-1 L Big Ten Championship at Ohio State N 9 Michigan (2OT) 2-1 W N 10 Michigan State 2-1 W N 12 at Ohio State (OT) 3-2 L Leading scorers: Derek Potteiger 13-6-32, Brett Forbrich 4-4-12, Pete Shellenberger 4-4-12

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2001

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Derek Potteiger was a three-time First Team All-Big Ten midfielder during his Penn State career (1998-2001).

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 14-5-1, 4-1-1 Big Ten

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BUCKNELL 5-1 W at South Carolina 3-2 L VILLANOVA 5-0 W MICHIGAN 4-0 W Penn State Nike Classic S 14 DUQUESNE cancelled S 15 BOSTON COLLEGE cancelled Ohio State Nike Classic S 21 Southwest Missouri State 1-0 W S 23 Creighton 2-1 W S 28 at Indiana 3-1 L O 5 NORTHWESTERN 3-0 W O 7 WISCONSIN 2-0 W O 10 at Cornell 3-1 L O 14 at Ohio State 0-0 T O 21 at Michigan State (2OT) 1-0 W O 26 HARTWICK 1-0 W O 28 at American 2-1 W O 31 LEHIGH 1-0 W N 3 at Old Dominion 3-0 W Big Ten Championship at Wisconsin N 8 Northwestern 2-0 W N 9 Michigan State 2-1 L 2001 NCAA Championship N 25 SOUTH FLORIDA (3OT) 1-0 W D 1 St. John’s (3OT) 2-1 L Leading scorers: Ricardo Villar 10-13-33, Chad Severs 5-5-15, Brett Jacquette 4-3-11, Derek Potteiger 2-7-11

2002

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 16-8-2, 3-3-0 Big Ten BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

Ohio State Nike Classic A 30 vs. Richmond (2OT) 2-1 L vs. East Carolina 4-2 W S 1 University of Maryland Tournament S 6 at Maryland 2-1 L vs. No. 1 Virginia 4-2 W S 8 Penn State Nike Classic S 13 VILLANOVA 2-1 W 2-1 L S 15 AMERICAN S 20 AKRON 2-1 W S 22 at Michigan 1-0 W S 27 INDIANA (2OT) 1-0 L S 29 TOWSON 3-1 W O 4 at Northwestern 2-1 W O 6 at Wisconsin 2-1 L O 9 at Seton Hall 3-2 L O 13 OHIO STATE 1-0 W O 18 at Hartwick College 2-0 W O 20 MICHIGAN STATE 1-0 L O 27 at Boston College (OT) 2-1 W N 5 at No. 24 Lehigh 1-0 W Big Ten Championship at Penn State N 14 WISCONSIN 1-0 W N 15 vs. Indiana (3OT) 2-1 W N 17 vs. Michigan 2-1 W 2002 NCAA Championship N 27 NO. CAROLINA (2OT) 1-0 W D 1 WILLIAM & MARY (OT) 1-0 W D 7 at UCLA 7-1 L Leading scorers: Chad Severs 17-3-37, Joe Zewe 4-6-14, Pasi Karpinnen 4-6-14, David Walters 25-9, Brent Jacquette 2-3-7

2003

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 9-10-1, 1-5-0 Big Ten

Soccer Town Classic at Cal State Fullerton A 29 vs. UCLA 5-2 L A 31 at Cal State Fullerton 2-0 L Ohio State Buckeye Classic S 5 vs. Bradley 2-1 W S 7 vs. Tulsa (2OT) 3-2 W Penn State Nike Classic S 12 BOSTON COLLEGE 2-1 W S 13 HARTWICK 2-1 W S 19 at Akron 1-0 L S 21 ST. BONAVENTURE 2-0 W O 2 NORTHWESTERN 3-1 W O 5 WISCONSIN 1-0 L O 12 at Ohio State 3-1 L O 16 vs. Maryland 1-0 L O 19 at Michigan State 4-3 L O 26 MICHIGAN 4-2 L O 29 LEHIGH 1-0 W N 5 at Villanova 2-0 L N 8 at Indiana 3-2 L Big Ten Championship at Indiana N 13 vs. Michigan State 2-1 W

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at Clemson 3-2 W at Loyola (Md.) 2-1 W VILLANOVA 6-3 W ROBERT MORRIS 3-0 W Penn State Nike Classic S 17 NEW HAMPSHIRE (OT) 2-1 W S 18 AKRON 3-2 W S 24 Bowling Green (2OT) 1-0 W S 26 Florida International (OT) 1-0 W O 1 at Indiana 4-2 L O 5 CLEVELAND STATE 1-0 W O 8 NORTHWESTERN 1-0 W O 10 WISCONSIN (OT) 2-1 W O 17 Ohio State 1-0 L O 22 SETON HALL 2-1 W O 24 Michigan State (OT) 1-0 W O 30 South Carolina 2-1 W O 31 College Of Charleston 2-1 W N 7 HARTWICK (OT) 0-0 T Big Ten Championship at Michigan State N 12 Michigan State (OT) 2-1 W N 13 Ohio State 1-0 W N 14 Indiana (2OT) 2-1 L 1999 NCAA Championship N 20 WILLIAM & MARY 1-0 W N 28 ST. JOHN'S (3OT) 2-1 W D 5 Indiana 3-0 L Leading scorers: Ricardo Villar 13-9-35, Greg Oldfield 7-4-18, Blake Novotny 5-3-13, Pete Shellenberger 3-6-12, Derek Potteiger 2-3-7, Brent Jacquette 2-1-5

2000

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 13-6-2, 3-2-1 Big Ten

Year-by-Year Results N 14 vs. Northestern 1-0 W N 16 at Indiana (3OT) 1-1 T (Indiana advances via penalty kicks, 4-1) Leading scorers: Chad Severs 7-3-17, Brian Devlin 4-6-14, Simon Omekanda 3-8-14

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2004

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 10-4-8, 1-3-2 Big Ten

Ohio State Classic S 3 No. 6 UNC (2OT) 1-1 T 2-2 T S 5 No. 8 Wake Forest (2OT) University of Maryland Tournament S 10 Georgetown (2OT) 3-2 W S 12 No. 2 St. John’s (2OT) 0-0 T Penn State Nike Classic S 18 VIRGINIA TECH (OT) 2-1 W S 19 AKRON 4-0 W Tulsa Golden Hurricane Classic S 24 at No. 25 Tulsa 3-2 W S 26 No. 15 SMU (2OT) 3-2 W S 28 GEORGE MASON 0-0 T O 1 No. 6 INDIANA 2-1 L O 8 at Northwestern 2-2 T O 10 at Wisconsin 4-3 L O 14 at No. 21 Maryland 4-1 W O 17 OHIO STATE 3-0 L O 20 BUCKNELL 2-0 W O 24 MICHIGAN STATE (2OT) 1-0 W O 27 CORNELL 3-0 W O 31 at Michigan 0-0 T N 3 at Villanova 1-1 T N 7 at Lehigh 1-0 W Big Ten Championship at Michigan N 11 vs. Northwestern (OT) 1-0 L 2004 NCAA Championship N 23 No. 25 TULSA (2OT) 1-1 T (Tulsa advances to third round on penalty kicks, 4-3) Leading scorers: Chad Severs 9-3-21, Simon Omekanda 6-5-17, Richard Costanzo 4-7-15, Brian Devlin 3-5-11. GK Conrad Taylor 10-4-8, 1.02 GAA, 8 SHO

2005

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 13-7-2, 6-0-0 Big Ten BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

Ohio State Classic No. 8 New Mexico 2-0 L Marquette 1-0 L Virginia Tech Classic S 9 James Madison 2-1 L 0-0 T S 11 at Virginia Tech Penn State Nike Classic S 16 No. 17 UCLA 1-0 L 2-0 W S 18 Cal State Fullerton S 21 No. 6 MARYLAND 1-0 W S 24 at George Mason (OT) 1-0 L S 27 ST. BONAVENTURE 1-1 T S 30 at No. 5 Indiana (OT) 2-1 W O 3 at No. 4 Akron 2-1 L O 7 NORTHWESTERN 4-1 W O 9 WISCONSIN (OT) 1-0 W O 16 at Ohio State (2OT) 1-0 W O 19 at Cornell 2-1 W O 23 at Michigan State (2OT) 1-0 W O 30 MICHIGAN (OT) 3-2 W N 4 HARTWICK 3-0 W Big Ten Championship at Northwestern N 11 vs. Michigan State 2-0 W N 13 vs. No. 2 Indiana 1-0 W 2005 NCAA Championship N 22 No. 20 SETON HALL 1-0 W N 27 No. 11 CREIGHTON 3-1 L Leading scorers: Jason Yeisley 9-6-24, Simon Omekanda 6-9-21, Brian Devlin 2-6-10, Jeff Chambers 2-6-10. GK Conrad Taylor 13-7-2, 0.78 GAA, 10 SHO S S

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2006

Ohio State Classic vs. Furman 2-0 vs. Hartwick 2-1 Carolina Nike Classic 1 vs. No. 11 Wake Forest 2-0 3 at No. 1 UNC 1-0 Penn State Classic 8 NO. 13 SAN FRANCISCO 2-0 10 NO. 23 BOSTON U. 1-1 17 MICHIGAN STATE 3-1 20 at No. 6 Maryland 2-0 24 at No. 14 Northwestern 2-1 27 NO. 9 WEST VIRGINIA 2-1 1 OHIO STATE 2-1 6 at No. 18 Akron 0-0 8 BUFFALO 3-0 15 at Wisconsin 2-0 17 BUCKNELL 3-1 20 NO. 9 INDIANA 1-0 25 NO. 13 LEHIGH (2OT) 2-1 28 at Michigan 1-0 Big Ten Championship at Ohio State 2 vs. Northwestern (2OT) 2-1 3 vs. No. 10 Indiana 1-0

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2007

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 7-8-4, 2-2-2 Big Ten

Wolstein Soccer Classic vs. Syracuse 4-0 L vs. No. 13 West Virginia 1-0 L Penn State Classic S 7 WILLIAM & MARY 4-1 W S 9 OLD DOMINION 1-0 L S 14 at Cal State Fullerton 2-0 W S 16 at No. 10 UCLA 4-1 L S 23 at Michigan State 2-2 T S 26 PENNSYLVANIA 3-2 W S 29 No. 3 NORTHWESTERN 2-1 W O 6 at Ohio State 1-0 L O 10 LAFAYETTE 1-1 T O 13 at Boston University 2-1 L O 17 at No. 19 Akron 3-0 L O 20 WISCONSIN 3-3 T O 23 CORNELL 2-1 W O 28 at No. 10 Indiana 1-0 L O 31 VILLANOVA 1-0 W N 4 MICHIGAN 2-1 W Big Ten Championship at Michigan State N 8 at Michigan State 0-0 T (Michigan State advances via penalty kicks, 4-3) Leading scorers: Jason Yeisley 6-4-16, Treavor Gelsinger 3-6-12, Jacobo Vera 4-1-9, Frank Costigliola 3-3-9. GK Conrad Taylor 7-8-4, 1.42 GAA, 3 SHO A 31 S 2

2008

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 5-11-3, 2-4-0 Big Ten

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 7-11-2, 3-3-0 Big Ten

S S S S S S O O O O O O O O Simon Omekanda was a two-time First Team All-Big Ten selection at forward (2005-06).

Leading scorers: Simon Omekanda 5-4-14, Jeff Chambers 2-3-7, Barkley Miller 2-2-6, Stephen Reihner 1-4-6. GK Conrad Taylor 7-11-2, 1.16 GAA, 3 SHO

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Wolstein Soccer Classic vs. Central Florida 2-0 W vs. Florida Gulf Coast 1-0 L Penn State Classic S 5 NO. 18 TULSA 2-1 L S 7 BUCKNELL 2-0 L S 10 SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 1-0 W S 13 JAMES MADISON 1-1 T S 19 vs. Saint Mary’s 0-0 T S 21 at San Francisco 2-0 W S 24 at Pennsylvania 3-0 L S 28 MICHIGAN STATE 4-3 L O 4 at No. 3 Northwestern 2-1 L O 11 NO. 17 OHIO STATE 3-2 W O 15 at Cornell 3-1 W O 21 at Lehigh 2-1 L O 26 at Wisconsin 4-1 L O 29 NO. 2 AKRON 1-1 T N 1 NO. 17 INDIANA 1-0 W N 8 at No. 12 Michigan 2-0 L Big Ten Championship at Wisconsin N 13 vs. No. 4 Northwestern (2OT)2-1 L Leading scorers: Treavor Gelsinger 6-0-12, Mackenzie Arment 2-3-7, Corey Hertzog 2-2-6. A 29 A 31

Year-by-Year Results 2009

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Head Coach: Barry Gorman 12-8-2, 3-2-1 Big Ten

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SAINT FRANCIS 5-0 W Wolstein Soccer Classic S 4 vs. Cal State Fullerton (OT) 2-1 L S 6 vs. Gonzaga 1-0 W Penn State Classic S 11 HOFSTRA 5-1 W S 13 HARTFORD (2OT) 1-0 W S 18 at Old Dominion 2-1 L S 20 at James Madison 3-0 L S 23 LEHIGH 1-1 T S 27 No. 22 MICHIGAN 2-0 W S 30 PENNSYLVANIA 5-0 W O 4 at Michigan State 1-0 W O 11 No. 21 NORTHWESTERN 1-1 T O 14 LAFAYETTE 2-0 W O 18 at Ohio State 2-1 L O 21 at Bucknell 2-1 W O 28 at No. 1 Akron 3-0 L O 31 WISCONSIN 2-1 W N 6 at Indiana 2-1 L Big Ten Tournament at Indiana N 12 vs. Michigan (OT) 1-0 W N 13 vs. Michigan State 3-0 W N 15 vs. Ohio State 1-0 L 2010 NCAA Championship N 22 MARYLAND 2-1 L Leading scorers: Corey Hertzog 11-6-28, Jason Yeisley 8-5-21, Matheus Braga 7-7-21, Drew Cost 3-2-8, GK Warren Gross 12-7-2, .083 GAA, 9 SHO

Jason Yeisley earned First Team All-Big Ten honors for the second time in his career in 2009 and was named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year.

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All-Time Letterwinners -AAckley, Edward M. (1959) Adams, James (1974-75) Agesen, Thomas (1987-1991) Agesen, Torben (1982-85) Ainghorn, Allen (1999, 2000) Akom, Antwi (1985) Al-Rubaiyi, Ali (1963-64) Allen, Bruce (1972-74) Allen, Rick (1970-72) Allen, Gregory K. (1976) Allen, S.L. (1927, 29) Allison, G.L. (1911) Alfredo, Jimmy (1999) Ambler, Marple (1933-34) Anderson, C.H. (1928-30) Anderson, Fred (?-?) Appleman, Charles (1944-45) Arment, Mackenzie (2008-09) Arner, O.Q. (1915-19) Arnold, Charles G. (1941) Arnold, Mike (1971-73) Ascherl, Christoph (2005) Astiz, Carlos A. (1959-60) Atherton, James (1943-44) -BBadaracco, Ryan (2005-06, 2008) Bahr, Chris (1971-74) Bahr, Matt (1974-77) Bailey, L.W.F. (1917) Bailey, Sam (1964-66) Baily, K.G. (1920) Baldino, Ciro (1971-74) Ballantine, Ray (1982-83) Ballestero, Tom (1971) Barkoff, Peter (2000-01) Barnes, Felix (1935-36) Barriero, Ed (1976, 78) Barninger, Michael (1991) Bates, Robert (1943) Bauer, Paul R. (1956-58) Bechdel, Wayne (1943) Becker, Ralph J. (1957) Beckett, Tom (1987-91) Bell, G.E. (1925-26) Bell, Ray (1933-35) Bello, Gary (1966) Bender, Paul (1942, 46) Benford, James (1955, 57) Berger, Travis (1992-96) Bernlohr, James (1985-86) Bernotas, Erik (1995) Bernstein, Gabe (2001-04) Bertram, James (1999, 2000) Berzkalns, George (1962) Besoushko, Julius (1958) Bielicki, Joe (1933-35) Biescecker, Fred N. (1959) Bigott, L.A. (1938-40) Bijur, Jerry (1954) Binns, C.H. (1921-22) Binns, David (1944, 47) Binns, John (1934-35) 46

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Bishop, Robert (1913-14) Black, Floyd (1945-46) Black, H.M. (1912) Blumenthal, Steve (1979-82) Bodossian, Leo (1975-76) Bohlen, Bobby (2006-08) Bojcun, Ihor (1973) Boles, Dave (1972-75) Bommarito, Salvatore (1975-78) Borda, W.H. (1936-37) Borra, Emil (1953) Bostley, Phil J., Jr. (1958) Bounds, Vernon M. (1959) Boyer, S.E. (1948-49) Bradbury, R.C. (1916) Bradford, H.E. (1931) Braga, Matheus (2008-09) Brennan, Bill (1983-84) Briggs, Ian (1990-94) Brower, Ralph (1955-57) Bruce, Earl J., Jr. (1957-58) Brubaker, Reed (1999) Brubaker, Rick (1995-99) Brubaker, Ross (1995-99) Brunache, Jean Claude (1974, 76-77) Buchanan, H.L. (1912-13) Buck, John (1962) Bucy, Bill (1990-94) Buddenhagen, Brent (1969-71) Bulatovic, Marko (1982-83) Buss, Clarence (1948-50) Buzad, P. (1949) -CCafferky, Jay (1991-94) Calvano, Anthony (2002-04) Campbell, Claver (1977-78) Campbell, John (1944, 47) Canter, Dan (1978-81) Carbon, E.L. (1925) Carinci, Ray (1968-70) Carney, David (1995-98) Carvalho, Yan (2004-05) Casais, Andres (2007-2009) Cashie, Alvin (1963) Casterline, H. (1932) Catanach, A.E. (1917-18) Chambers, Jeff (2003-06) Charlton, Jack (1951-52) Chenowith, Max (1942) Cherry, J.L. (1925-27) Christina, Bob (1983-85) Churchill, Chris (1997-99) Chyzowwych, Ihor (1957) Ciarla, Marco (2009) Cirilli, Nicholas (1971) Cockley, N.I. (1926) Coder, Ron (1949-50) Coleman, Ronald (1949-51) Coll, Michael (1993-96) Collins, Andre (1963-64) Comforto, Joe (1967) Conlon, Noel (1988) Coombs, R.E. (1916)

MEN’S SOCCER

Cooper, Jerry (1945) Cope, Harold (1914) Corapi, Giuseppe (1991-94) Corbett, George (1933-35) Corman, J. Ned (1939-41) Correa, Diego (2007, 2009) Correia, Joe (1964, 66) Cost, Drew (2007-2009) Costanzo, Richard (2004) Costello, Kevin (1975, 77) Costigliola, Frank (2006-09) Cottrell, Austin (2005) Craig, J. Doug (1972-73) Cranston, H. Vigor (1914) Crawford, W. (1943) Crooks, J. (1922) Crouch, J. (1944) Cunningham, Bob (1979-82) Cuno, J.B. (1912-13) Cuit, G.W., Jr. (1917-18) -DDabora, Dave (1982-85) Dacey, Raymond (1962-64) Dahle, Einar (1987-91) Daigle, Peter (1986-89) Dantzig, Tim (1973-75) Davies, S.F., Jr. (1938) Davis, David W. (1955-56) Dawson, Ben (1999-2002) Daykin, A. (1930-32) Dearborn, Richard (1940) Debonis, A.F. (1929) DeGrange, Vernon (1964-66) Denard, Dennis (1971-73) Dennis, Greg (1979-82) DePeppe, Chris (1985-88) DeRemer, Mike (2001-02) Derkacz, Casey (2007-08) DeVilbiss, Frank (1959) Devlin, Brian (2002-05) Dierks, Paul (1951-54) Dietrich, William (1942, 45-46) Dinacci, Marc (1990-93) Ditzler, Glen (1967-69) Djurdjevic, Velimir (1960-62) Doman, James (1945) Dorwart, A.L. (1915) Dougald, Don (1956) Dufford, John (1941) Durain, J. Donald (1939-40) Dutemple, A.C. (1913) Dutemple, W.B. (1911-12) Dutemple, W.P. (1914) Dutrow, Donald (1952) Duttenhofer, Bruce (1971-74) -EEarnhardt, Eric (2000-01, 03) Eccles, Simon (1983-86) Eckelmeyer, Bert (1985-88) Edgerton, R.D. (1927-29) Edmonds, James (1955-56) Edward, Selwyn (1931-33) Ehrlich, Bobby (1975-78)

Eisenhuth, J.L. (1925) Elmore, Arturo (1984) Emanuele, Dominic (1975-76) Emig, George (1945, 49-50) Engelhardt, Keith (1989-93) Erdman, K. (1944) Ernst, F. Robert (1938-40) Espinosa, John (1994) Esser, Kirk (1991-95) Etters, J. Boyd (1942, 46) Etters, James (1946) Evans, F.I. (1930-32) Evans, Justin (1995) -FFaria, Rafael (2009) Farrer, Howard C., Jr. (1959-61) Fast, Robert J. (1942) Fegley, Larry (1958-59) Fetrow, Mark (2008-09) Fiedler, William (1957-58) Filoon, Karl (1965) Finzel, E. (1932-33) Fisher, John (2000-01) Fishman, Marvin (1977) Fitzwater, Liam (2008) Flamporis, Stamatios (1954-56) Flanagan, Thomas (1961, 64) Fleischer, Alan (2003) Fletcher, Jack (1932-34) Follmer, Frank (1950-52) Forbrich, Brett (1999-2002) Forgue, Brian (2009) Francis, Nat (2000-01) Frantz, Steve (1986-89) Frazier, Wes (1971-73) Frederick, Mark (1943) Freeman, Harold (1940-42) Friberg, Eric (1987-91) -GGaber, Andrew (1943) Galindo, Anibal (1940-41) Gallagher, Dan (1976-78) Gallagher, John (2009) Galvin, Robert (1966-68) Gans, J.L., Jr. (1929) Garber, Randy (1973-74) Garcia, Charles (1947) Gardiner, Scott (1979-82) Garey, Matt (1989-93) Gatti, John (1973) Gatto, Vince (1968-70) Gaul, H.A. (1920-21) Geczy, George (1953-55) Gelsinger, Treavor (2007-09) Geltman, Peter (1967) Giaimo, Antonio (1977-78) Giampapa, Michael (1974-75) Giberman, Barry (1965-67) Gibson, Whit (1998-99) Gill, Danny (1987-88, 90-91) Gillen, Ted (1986-89) Gillispie, Gerry (1952-54) Gilmour, Billy (1982)

All-Time Letterwinners Holmes, H.J. (1930-31) Holmquist, F. (1944) Honker, Harry (1962-63) Horne, J.R. (1927) Horst, Steve (1965) Hosterman, C.H. (1920-21) Hosterman, C.W. (1936-38) Hosterman, Ken (1946-47) Hosterman, Ralph (1947-49) Hosterman, Walter R., Jr. (1939-40) Housle, Brian (1976) Hutchinson, W.L. (1930) -IIckes, J.H. (1938) Imm, Mike (1989-92) Irvin, Harold (1951-53) Irwin, J.A. (1915) Irwin, James (1943) -JJacobson, Allen (1962-64) Jacobson, B.D. (1927) Jacquette, Brent (1999-2002) James, A.E. (1919-20) James, J.S. (1927) Jancevski, Peter (1978-81) Janov, Michael (2005-06) Jennings, Kevin (1982-85) Jewell, C. (1944) Jobling, Peter (1980-83) Johnston, Roy (1960, 62) Johnston, Thomas (1995) Jones, Theodore (1961-63) Jordan, Dale (2000-01) -KKapp, Dennis (1966-67) Karbiener, Lou (1979-82) Karn, Phil (1994-97) Karppinen, Pasi (2001-04) Katona, John (1962-64) Kaufmann, Drew (1993-96) Kaweesi-Katongole, Stanley (2006) Keen, R.S. (1925) Kehan, Tommy (1970-71, 73) Keller, P.L. (1921) Kelley, J.F. (1913, 15-16) Kelley, W.A. (1921-23) Kelly, Chris (1990-93) Kelly, Danny (1987-90) Kelly, Mark (1987-88) Kenney, Greg (1981-84) Kermouche, Malik (1978-79) Kettcamp, Harry (1961-62) King, Woodrow (1939-41) Kinkaid, J.R. (1928) Kirschner, Mike (1964-65) Klase, Frank (1943) Klauberg, Billy (1975-78) Klaus, Kurt (1950-52) Klim, John (1968) Kline, Gary (1970-72) Kline, Geordie (1983, 86) Kline, George (1952) Kline, Harry (1962-63)

Kline, Huber (1953) Kline, James (1946-48) Kline, Loren (1958-59) Kline, Wayne (1965-66) Knecht, E.K. (1931-32) Koch, Garry (1972) Kocher, Ellis (1951-52) Kopilovich, Emil (1971-73) Kramer, Larry (1972-73) Kraus, Wayne (1976) Krause, Philip (1964) Krauser, Walter (1955-57) Kraybill, William (1945, 48-49) Kretzer, Fred (1947) Krick, David (1970) Krispin, Patrick (2008-09) Krumpe, Nathaniel (1997-00) Krumrine, Jack (1952) Kuplen, Richard (1960-61) -LLane, Joseph (1949-50) Lange, Werner (1939) Langton, Bob (1979) Lantz, Leland (1960-61) Laskaris, Xenophon (1939-40) Lawrence, James (1956) Lawrence, John (1955) Lawroski, H. (1948-49) Lawther, G. (1949) Leahy, Matt (1997-2000) Lear, Jeff (1993-96) Lear, Ken (1997-2001) Learn, Richard (1962-64) Lee, Justin (2008-09) Lieb, Theodore (1947-49) Lindemann, Mike (2002-04) Lindquist, M. (1932) Link, Kenneth (1960-62) Lippincott, G.P., Jr. (1925-26) Lischer, Charles (1942) Little, Harry (1945, 48-50) Little, Robert (1954-55) Lloyd, Dave (1975-78) Locker, Steve (1972-74) Lombana, Jose (1942-42) Loncar, Fred (1967-68) Long, Edwin (1933-35) Longhurst, L.C. (1920-22) Lucas, J.H. (1917) Lutz, W.E. (1927-29) -MMace, Leith (1969-70) MacEwan, Duncan (1978-81) MacGregor, N.K. (1911) Machereth, William (1960) Machi, Andy (2005-08) MacLaren, A.W. (1928-29) MacMath, Gary (1970-72) MacNeill, Geordie (2004-07) MacWilliams, Robert (1943) Maierhofer, Howard (1957-58) Maierhofer, Jeffrey (1980-83) Maierhofer, Scott (1979-82)

Maiga, Almouzar (1963) Makipaa, Jorma (1998, 2000-02) Mallory, J.C. (1937) Mandel, E.S. (1936-37) Manke, Joe (1962-63) Manley, Francis L. (1958) Margolf, Charles (1947-49) Marke, William (1961) Marsden, John (1972-75) Marsden, Kerry (1977) Marshall, R.M. (1926, 28) Martini, Daniel (2006-07) Masters, Don (1933-34) Masters, H.W., Jr. (1979-31) Mastil, John (1964-66) Mastil, Michael (1961-63) Matacia, Richard (1953-55) Matlack, Scott (1972-74) Mattei, Anthony (1958-60) Mattner, Elmer (1917, 19-20) McBrearty, Douglass (1971) McClay, Jon (1995-98) McDonald, Ken (1975-78) McDonald, Bill (1979-82) McEwan, William (1934-36) McFadden, C.A. (1917-18) McKibben, Richard (1946) McKune, R.W. (1929-31) McLaughlin, A. (1927) McMannon, Sean (1987-88) McVaugh, C.L. (1922, 24) Meares, Greg (1983-84) Mearkle, W.C. (1917, 19-20) Megaloudis, George (1982-85) Megrail, Donald (1939-41) Megrail, F.A. (1936-38) Meiselman, M.L. (1930) Meixner, W.B. (1911-12) Mendez, Jose (1974) Mendt, Herbert (1944-45) Menhardt, Herb (1976-78) Merrill, Kurt (1988-89) Merwin, G.I. (1938) Messner, Charlie (1968-70) Meyers, Drew (1997) Miehoff, Saul (1935-37) Mijares, Joe (1952-54) Millar, Alexander (1987-88) Miller, Barkley (2005-08) Miller, F.W. (1922) Miller, Garrett (1957-59) Miller, J.J. (1930-31) Miller, Larry (1982-85) Miller, Ryan (1998-99) Miller, W.S. (1921) Miller, W.Y. (1938) Milligan, T.H. (1919-20) Moate, Ryan (2002) Mollinger, A. (1926) Morrell, Steve (1987-90) Morris, Arthur (1967) Morrison, Balfe (1981) Moyer, Doug (1979-82)

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Gladding, F.W. (1920) Glaser, F.E. (1927-28) Goren, Volkan (1982-83) Gorman, Trevor (2001-02) Gottschling, James (1960-61) Gouverneur, Sebastien (1994-97) Graebner, Eugene (1944, 46-47) Graham, Robert (1933-34) Gray, David (2003-06) Gray, John (2007-09) Gray, Pat (1991-94) Green, Gazexer, Jr. (1939-40) Greenland, R.C. (1915-16) Gregg, W.R. (1912-14) Greve, Thomas (1984-85) Griffin, E.F. (1925-27) Gross, Warren (2008-09) Grubbs, David (1959-61) Grupp, F.W. (1922, 24) Grupp, Otto (1919-21) Guidon, John (1978-79) Gum, Phillip (1959) Gurcay, Ramsey (1943) Guster, Frederick (1995) -HHaag, R.W. (1936-38) Haase, David (1956-57) Hackman, Harold (1946-48) Haddad, Kamel (1986-88) Hagenbuch, J. (1922, 24) Hamilton, John (1944-46) Hannah, R.G. (1948-49) Hansen, H. (1933) Hargest, W.J. (1925) Harral, H.D. (1921-22) Harris, Robert (1951-53) Harrison, Niall (1983-86) Hart, H.L. (1919) Hartman, Dean (1942, 46-47) Hartman, Jesse (1944, 46) Hartman, Van Allen (1938-40) Hartzler, H. (1931-32) Harvey, C. (1928-29) Hazelwood, F. (1919-20) Hebel, Edward (1960) Heck, Alan N. (1940-42) Hedberg, Jim (1955-57) Heffner, Bryan (2009) Heimer, Jeff (1975-77) Heinze, Dieter (1961-63) Hellmich, A.E. (1925) Henszey, W.P. (1930-31) Hertner, Herbert (1956-58) Hertzog, Corey (2008-09) Hesselbacher, g.E. (1914-15) Hill, Paul Ward (1955-56) Hinojosa, Eduardo (1961) Hinojosa, Pat (1993-96) Hockenbrock, James (1958-59) Hoffman, Drew (1997-99) Hoffman, Ralph (1952-53) Hollingsworth, Mike (1988-91) Holmberg, C.W. (1913-16)

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All-Time Letterwinners Moyer, Gerry (1981-85) Moylan, Paul (1985-87) Mueller, Bill (1978-79) Munhall, A.N. (1912) Munyati, Nigel (1979-80) Murphy, Dan (1979-82) Musser, H.E. (1930-32) -NNaylor, Grant (1994-97) Naylor, Russell (1960) Neves, David (1999-2000) Nicholas, R. (1944) Nicholson, S.O. (1914, 15-16) Nickas, Angelo (1978-80) Norcik, Robert (1951-53) Novchich, Matt (2003) Novotny, Blake (1996-99) Nugent, Carl (1953) Nute, John Thomas (1954-56) -OOka, Hiro (2003) Oldfield, Greg (1997-2001) Omekanda, Paul (2002-03) Omekanda, Simon (2003-06) Olstead, R.M., Jr. (1939) Orloff, Brian (1993-96) Osterlund, Frand (1934-36) -PPacker, Dick (1953-55) Painter, W.S. (1936-38) Palmer, B. (1933) Parker, R. (1944) Parr, Andy (2006-07, 2009) Parsa, Parham (1996-98) Pascarella, John (1984-87) Patterson, Kyle (2002) Patrick, Ray (1977-78) Paulin, Louis (1961) Pavliki, A. (1944) Pecori, E.J. (1925-26) Peirson, Richard (1965-66) Penecale, Austin (1975-76) Petka, Bredt (1993-96) Petrick, Robert (1963-64) Petroff, Timothy (1945-46) Pfeifer, H.M. (1939) Phillips, G.E. (1948) Phillips, Russell (1968-69) Pinezich, John (1951-54) Piper, Neil (1991-94) Pisch, Wenzel (1961) Pitchok, Harry (1965-66) Pizzi, Gregg (1985) Posada, Luis (1980) Potteiger, Derek (1998-2001) Potter, Rick (1987-90) Potter, Steve (1983-86) Powell, Brian (1998) Pritchard, William (1941-42) Pyle, John (1968) -RRadio, Scott (1993-96) Raiford, Eugene R., Jr. (1958-60) 48

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Ream, Glenn (1961) Reed, A.C. (1916) Regner, E. (1921) Reice, Dave (1971-75) Reice, Rich (1974-77) Reid, Gavin (1990-93) Reid, Stuart (1992-95) Reihner, Stephen (2004-07) Renfrow, Grady (2003, 2005-07) Rentschler, Don (1965-67) Repino, Phillip (1926-26) Rhodes, Matt (1976-78) Rider, Donald (1945) Rierson, William (1958-60) Robbins, Galen (1952-54) Robins, Jay (1962-63) Rodgers, Wayne (1958-60) Rosenberger, Otto (1956) Ross, Stuart (1962-63) Ruby, Jay (1983-86) Russell, J.R. (1922, 24) Rymarczuk, Andy (1970-72) -SSaltzman, S.S. (1930) Salvatico, Vincent (2006-09) Sarkozy, Kal (1984-86) Savery, W.H. (1911-13) Saunders, Steve (1993-96) Scanlon, Trevor (1988-91) Schaeffer, Lyn (1965) Schattschneider, Alfred (1963) Scheetz, Brian (1983) Schein, Chris (1982) Schive, E.D. (1921) Schmadel, Richard (1943) Schmidt, Dave (1974, 76) Schmidt, Ed (1971-73) Schmidt, Mordeci (1967) Schmidt, Rich (1985-87) Schnure, Samuel (1941-43) Schoepflin, Robert (1967-68) Schuler, R.E. (1937-39) Schuster, Cy (1945) Scott, Kevin (1977-80) Scott, Nick (1991-94) Seaman, Brannon (1991-94) Sears, Phil (1967-69) Seavy, Robert (1942) Semisch, C.W. (1926-28) Sergi, Steve (1989-92) Serry, M.I. (1926-28) Severs, Chad (2001-04) Shaffer, Dan (2004-05) Shaffer, J.J. (1939) Shahay, Nic (2000-02) Shair, S. (1922) Shea, W.J. (1931) Shellenberger, Bill (1943-47) Shellenberger, Pete (1997-2000) Shepard, R.O. (1930) Sheppard, Jim (1976-77) Shirk, Donald (1951-52, 55) Sickman, Ryan (1999-02)

MEN’S SOCCER

Sigel, Richard (1932-34) Silva, Kevin (1994-98) Simmons, Jay (1950-51) Simonetta, Joe (1962) Simons, J.C. (1916) Skinnel, A.R. (1929) Skorpen, Jan (1986-89) Smack, Stephen C. (1959) Smallwood, Matt (2008-09) Smedley, S.L., Jr. (1912-15) Smith, Dave (1970-71) Smith, Doug (1986) Smith, Edward (1950) Snyder, Charles (1951, 54) Snyder, Troy (1984-86) Snyder, William (1966-68) Spaeth, C.P. (1918) Sparks, Nigel (1989-92) Spitler, E.L. (1926) Springer, Ian (1953-55) Spyker, F.B. (1936-38) Stamatis, Jim (1976-79) Starkey, R.B. (1918-19) Startzell, Jimmy (1971-73) Stauffer, Earl (1943) Stelnyk, Ihor (1953-55) Stetler, Elwood (1944-45) Stewart, E.R. (1911-12) Stock, David (1966-68) Stollmeyer, Mike (1956-58) Stormer, Jay (1960-62) Stout, Chris (1998-2001) Stover, G. Marlin (1957) Strimlan, F. (1926-27, 29) Struck, John W. (1941-42) Sutliff, William (1933-35) Swanger, Brett (1991-94) Sweeten, E.P. (1925) Szumylo, Micola (1970-71) -TTaggert, E.A. (1948) Tarossoly, Tony (1974) Taucher, Frank (1947-48) Taylor, A.W. (1937) Taylor, Charles (1940) Taylor, Conrad (2004-07) Taylor, Jim (1970-71) Taylor, Tom (1973, 76) Thiel, Kirk (1988-91) Thomann, Lyn (1952) Thomas, Steve (1989-92) Thompson, Andy (1996-99) Tobin, E.W. (1911-12) Tompkins, Rick (1973) Topham, Robert (1964-66) Torgersen, Per (1956-57) Torino, Malcolm (2002) Tranquillo, Darin (1999, 2000) Traphoner, J.R. (1919-21) Travis, C.C. (1929) Tremonte, D. Anthony (1957) Treschuk, Kenji (2001-04) Troia, Mario (1967-68)

Tully, Brian (2003-04) Tully, F.R. (1932) Turchak, John (1965-67) Tyson, W.F. (1930-31) -UUnger, Tim (1972, 74-75) -VValentour, L.F. (1911-12) Van Rafelghem, Lou (1957, 59-60) Vera, Jacobo (2006-09) Very, D.W. (1911) Viehweger, Bobby (1971-74) Viitanen, Markku (2003-06) Villar, Ricardo (1997-99,2001) Vitiello, Alberto (1973) Vogel, F.F. (1917) Vollmer, R.H. (1913-14) Vosbury, W. (1933) Vyverberg, R.J. (1929) -WWacker, Carl (1935-37) Wadsworth, Peter (1957-59) Waizenegger, Bob (1980-83) Walters, David (2002-05) Walz, Harold (1955-56) Wardle, Kenneth (1963) Wardle, Stanley (1964-65) Warner, H.E. (1921-23) Warr, J.R. (1913) Watson, C.J. (1911) Watts, James (1967-69) Weddell, D.S. (1937) Weil, David (1991-94) Weitz, Ronald (1966) Wentzel, Alex (2006) West, S. (1915) White, Gary (1974) White, Tom (1970) Whitten, Peter (1963-64) Wilde, R.A. (1936) Wilkinson, R.W. (1913-16) Williams, George (1962-63) Williams, Thomas (1941) Wilmot, Richard (1993-96) Wilson, Dave (1981, 83) Witmer, Theodore Dean (1946-48) Wodock, H.W. (1939) Woolley, Andy (1987) Woolley, Matt (1989-92) Worthington, H.R. (1911-12) Wozniak, Walter (1942) -YYeagly, R. (1949) Yeboah, Larry (2004) Yeisley, Jason (2005-07, 2009) Yerkes, William (1949-50) Young, R.H. (1932) Young, Tamir (1992-95) -ZZartman, Dave (1983-86) Zewe, Joe (2001-04) Zimmerman, Willitis (1967) Active players in Bold

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0 4 1 1 1 0 5 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 3 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 5 8 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

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