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1................................................. 2012 Penn State Men’s Soccer 2.................................. Table of Contents & Team Information 3.........................................................................2012 Schedule 4-5.................................................. Head Coach Bob Warming 6................................................. Assistant Coach Bo Oshoniyi 7....................................... Assistant Coach Chad Duernberger 8.............................................................................2012 Roster 9-21........................................................... 2012 Nittany Lions 22-23..................................................................2011 Statistics 24...................................................... Penn State in the Big Ten 25........................................................ Big Ten Championships 26-29........................................................... Penn State Honors 30-31...........................................................Individual Records 32-33................................................................. Season Leaders 34................................................................Postseason History 35..................................................................Coaching History 36-43.........................................................Year-by-Year Results 44-47....................................................All-Time Letterwinners 48........................................................ All-Time Series Records

2011 Record.......................................................................... 9-9-4 2011 Big Ten Record.................................................... 0-6-0 (7th) 2011 Big Ten Championship. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Runner-up 2011 NCAA Championship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13/12 Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7/4 Newcomers................................................................................12 2012 Captains.................................... Jacob Barron, Brian Forgue, John Gallagher, Owen Griffith

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY Location.......................................................... University Park, Pa. Founded.................................................................................1855 Enrollment..........................................................................44,112 Nickname................................................................ Nittany Lions Colors................................................................... Blue and White Conference...................................................... Big Ten Conference Home Field.....................................................Jeffrey Field (5,000) President.......................................................Dr. Rodney Erickson Acting Director of Athletics.................................. Dr. Dave Joyner Director of Athletics.......................................... Timothy J. Curley Faculty Representative......................................Dr. Linda Caldwell Athletics Website...................................... www.GoPSUsports.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach......................................... Bob Warming (Third year) Alma Mater....................................................... Berea College, ‘75 Career Record.................................. 406-197-69 (.656) (34 years) Assistant Coach......................... Chad Duernberger (Second year) Alma Mater.......................................University of Charleston, ‘06 Assistant Coach....................................Bo Oshoniyi (Second year) Alma Mater..................................Southern Connecticut State, ‘94 Team Trainer.............................................................. Steve Delger Team Manager...........................................................Bob Proietto Team Doctor............................................................Bobbi Millard

CREDITS The 2012 Penn State Men’s Soccer Yearbook was compiled, written and layed out by Brian Hoerst; Jeff Nelson, Executive Editor; Erin Douglas, Design and Cover Art. Photos by or courtesy of Penn State Athletics and Mark Selders. 2

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PROGRAM HISTORY First Year................................................................................1911 All-Time Record........................................................ 776-359-121 First Year in Big Ten...............................................................1991 All-Time Big Ten Record................................................. 57-50-10 NCAA Postseason Appearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 National Championships. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Big Ten Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 First Team All-Big Ten Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Big Ten Players of the Year. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Big Ten Offensive Players of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Big Ten Freshman of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Men’s Soccer Contact: . . . . . . . . Brian Hoerst Office Phone: ........................... 814-865-1757 Cell Phone: .............................. 814-441-9130 Fax: .......................................... 814-863-3165 Email: .................................... bjh33@psu.edu Website: .................... www.GoPSUsports.com Twitter..................................... @GoPSUBrian . ..

Mailing address: ... 101-C Bryce Jordan Center University Park, PA 16802

STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION The Pennsylvania State University is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to programs, facilities, admission, and employment without regard to personal characteristics not related to ability, performance, or qualifications as determined by University policy or by state or federal authorities. The Pennsylvania State University does not discriminate against any person because of age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap, national origin, race, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Direct all inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policy to the Affirmative Action Director, The Pennsylvania State University, 328 Boucke Building, University Park, PA 16802-5901; tel. (814) 863-0471; TDD (814) 865-3175.

2012 SCHEDULE AUGUST Mon. Thurs. .Mon. .Sat. .Mon. .Fri.

13 16 20 25 27 31

HARTWICK (Ex.) DREXEL (Ex.) at Maryland (Ex.) STETSON HARTFORD DUQUESNE

7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.

SEPTEMBER Sun. 2 Thurs. 6 Fri. 14 Sun. 16 Fri. 21 Tues. 25 Sat. 29

at Georgetown WEST VIRGINIA ALBANY ADELPHI at Wisconsin* at Lehigh INDIANA*

1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

OCTOBER Sat. 6 Wed. 10 Sun. 14 Wed. 17 Sun. 21 Sun. 28 Wed. 31

at Michigan* AKRON MICHIGAN STATE* BUCKNELL at Northwestern* OHIO STATE* at Penn

. OVEMBER N Wed.-Sun. 7-11 Thurs. 15 Sun. 18 Sat. 25 .Fri. 30

Big Ten Tournament (1) NCAA Championship First Round NCAA Championship Second Round NCAA Championship Third Round NCAA Championship Quarterfinals

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

DECEMBER Fri. 7 Sun. 9

College Cup Semifinals (2) College Cup Final (2)

TBA TBA

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m.

All times Eastern | * Big Ten games | (1) Hosted by Northwestern, Evanston, Ill. | (2) Hosted by UAB and Alabama Sports Foundation, Hoover, Ala. | Bold CAPS indicates home contest | All home games played at Jeffrey Field

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HEAD COACH BOB WARMING Head Coach

Bob

WARMING Third Year at Penn State Berea College, 1975 CAREER RECORD: 406-197-69

Appointed the 11th head coach in the history of the Penn State men’s soccer program on May 24, 2010, Bob Warming made an immediate impact in his first two seasons in charge of the Nittany Lions, guiding the team to the Big Ten tournament championship game both years. The 2011 campaign presented a major milestone for Warming as he became the 31st NCAA Division 1 men’s soccer head coach to capture 400 career victories after the Nittany Lions downed Florida International, 1-0, in the team’s fourth game of the season. Penn State struggled through the Big Ten regular season, but hit its stride in the conference tournament, earning the distinction of being the first No. 7 seed to reach the title game. The Nittany Lions switched roles from a high-powered offense in 2010 to a shutdown defense in 2011. The team allowed just 14 goals, the fewest since the 1977 squad surrended 12 scores. Rookie goalkeeper Andrew Wolverton set school records for the most shutouts in a season (12) and led the Big Ten in GAA (0.60) and save percentage (.821). Warming led the Lions to 14 wins in 2011, the most since by a PSU team since 2002, a Big Ten Tournament title game appearance, and to the program’s first NCAA postseason victory in five years. Penn State boasted one of the nation’s most prolific offenses in 2010, totaling 144 points (45 goals, 54 assists) in 23 games. Junior forward Corey Hertzog posted the most productive season by a Nittany Lion in 55 years, recording an NCAA-leading 20 goals and 46 points. Senior midfielder Matheus Braga led the nation and shattered the Big Ten single season record in assists, registering 17. Both players earned NSCAA Second Team All-American honors. Also successful in the classroom, Penn State received the NSCAA Team Academic Achievement Award in 2010, earning the honor with a 3.07 team GPA. Warming’s three-plus decades as a head coach have been signified by distinction, achievement, and success. The 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 406 victories. Warming is also one of only two active coaches in Division I to take two different programs to the College Cup. Warming, whose distinguished career spans 33 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. In 14 total years in Omaha, 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 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 4

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2006. 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 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, 6,000-seat, 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 honor of significant contributions made to the athletic program at the university, Warming was inducted into the Creighton Athletics Hall of Fame in April 2011, becoming just the seventh head coach to earn the honor in its 43-year history. 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 406-197-69 (.656). Warming has also produced numerous professional prospects, as at least one of his players has been selected in every MLS SuperDraft or supplemental draft. He has seen a total of 27 of his players drafted since the league’s inception in 1996. Most recently, Mark Fetrow was selected by the Vancouver Whitecaps with the No. 59 pick in the fourth round of the 2012 supplemental draft. In 2011, Corey Hertzog was selected by the New York Red Bulls with the No. 13 pick in the first round of the SuperDraft while Drew Cost was a supplemental draft choice of Real Salt Lake. 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 Grant and the late Audrey.

HEAD COACH BOB WARMING 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) Three-time MVC Coach of the Year (1992, 1993, 2008) Seven MVC regular season championships (1992, 1993, 1994, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008) 16 NCAA Tournament appearances (1992-94) (1997-2008, 2010) 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 2011 Creighton Athletics Hall of Fame Inductee 29 winning seasons Ranks fifth among active NCAA Division 1 coaches with 406 wins One of 31 coaches all-time with more than 400 victories One of two active Division I coaches to take two different teams to the College Cup

Career Coaching Record 1976 Transylvania 1977 Berry College 1978 Berry College 1979 Berry College 1980 Berry College 1981 Berry College 1982 Charlotte 1983 Charlotte 1984 Charlotte 1985 Charlotte 1986 Charlotte 1987 Charlotte 1988 Charlotte 1990 Creighton 1991 Creighton 1992* Creighton 1993* Creighton 1994* Creighton 1996 Old Dominion 1997^$ Saint Louis 1998^ Saint Louis 1999^ Saint Louis 2000^ Saint Louis 2001 Creighton 2002*$ Creighton 2003* Creighton 2004 Creighton 2005 Creighton 2006* Creighton 2007* Creighton 2008 Creighton 2009 Creighton 2010 Penn State 2011 Penn State Career Total

2-11-1 7-5-0 12-5-0 16-3-0 15-3-1 11-6-1 11-6-3 7-9-4 11-7-3 11-6-2 9-13-0 8-7-2 10-4-3 12-5-3 12-5-2 14-3-1 19-1-0 15-5-1 3-17-0 16-5-4 14-5-1 17-4-2 13-3-3 11-9-1 18-4-2 12-6-4 14-4-2 15-5-3 13-5-3 12-3-5 16-2-2 7-4-5 14-8-1 9-9-4 406-197-69 (.656)

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

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ASSISTANT COACH BO OSHONIYI Assistant Coach

Bo

OSHONIYI Second Year at Penn State Southern Connecticut State, 1994

On May 17, 2011, Adegboyega “Bo” Oshoniyi joined Penn State head coach Bob Warming’s staff as an assistant. Oshoniyi has assumed a variety of coaching duties for the Nittany Lions, including working with the goalkeepers, and plays a key role in recruiting. In his first season at Penn State, Oshoniyi helped tutor freshman goalkeeper Andrew Wolverton, the Big Ten leader in goals-againstaverage and save percentage. Wolverton also became the school’s all-time single-season shutout leader with 12 a season ago. Oshoniyi joined the Penn State staff after serving for two seasons as an assistant coach under Jay Vidovich at Wake Forest. Working primarily with the goalkeepers, he helped lead the ACC power to a total of 25 wins. In his first season at Wake Forest in 2009, the Demon Deacons posted a 17-4-3 record, captured the ACC regular season title, and advanced to the College Cup. Under Oshoniyi’s tutelage that season, the Demon Deacon goalkeepers compiled a 0.77 goals against average and registered 10 shutouts. Prior to his time at Wake Forest, Oshoniyi was an assistant at South Florida for one season. In 2008, the Bulls went 15-5-3, won the program’s first BIG EAST tournament title, and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship. As a collegiate player at Southern Connecticut State University, Oshoniyi was a two-time All-America goalkeeper, leading the Owls to two NCAA Division II National Championships and four straight New England Collegiate Conference titles. The Division II record holder for shutouts in a career with 50, he was named the Final Four Most Valuable Player twice and was honored with the Golden Boot Award, an award presented to the nation’s top collegiate goalkeeper, following his senior season. Oshoniyi was inducted into SCSU Hall of Fame in 2009. After graduation, Oshoniyi embarked on a professional career in the United States that spanned 12 years and included stints with two Major League Soccer teams. Chosen by Columbus in the inaugural MLS draft, he spent the 1996 season with the club, recording the first win in Crew history. Oshoniyi, the first African-American goalkeeper to start a game in the MLS, was also a member of the Kansas City Wizards from 20002006, winning two Western Conference titles (2000, 2004) and the MLS Championship in 2000. Oshoniyi also played professionally with the USL’s New York Centaurs (1995), Connecticut Wolves (1997), Charleston Battery (1998), and Atlanta Silverbacks (1999) and trained with Ajax Amsterdam of the Dutch national football league. He was also a member of the U.S. team that competed at the World University Games in 1993 and played with the U.S. National B team in 1994. Oshoniyi holds a USSF National “A” license and has served as an 6

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assistant coach for the U.S. U-17 National Team, as well as a Region I Olympic Development evaluator. A highly sought after clinician, he has also been a staff member for the Kansas City Wizards Soccer Camps along with the SoccerPlus, Star, and No. 1 Goalkeeper Academies. Oshoniyi also previously served as Director of Coaching at Harrisonville Soccer Club in Kansas City and was the head varsity girls coach at Saint Thomas Aquinas High School in Missouri and the boys’ varsity assistant at Shelton High School in Connecticut. Oshoniyi graduated from Southern Connecticut State in 1994 with a degree in marketing, finance and communications. He and his wife, Tippi, have a four-year old son, Xander, and a two-year old daughter, Londyn.

ASSISTANT COACH CHAD DUERNBERGER Assistant Coach

Chad

DUERNBERGER Second Year at Penn State University of Charleston, 2006

Chad Duernberger was added to the Penn State coaching staff in late June 2011, joining Bo Oshoniyi as a first-year assistant under head coach Bob Warming. Now in his second season, Duernberger continues a role in team training and is involved in a variety of administrative duties. Duernberger arrived at Penn State after serving as the head men’s soccer coach at the University of Charleston, a Division II institution located in the capital city of West Virginia, for the past three seasons. One of the youngest head coaches in the nation when he was hired in 2008, the 24-year-old Duernberger engineered an impressive and rapid turnaround after inheriting a Charleston program that went 0-17-0 the year prior. The Golden Eagles improved to 4-11-2 in his first season before finishing 19-4-0 in 2009, the second best season in program history. Charleston posted a perfect 10-0-0 record in West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) play and captured both the WVIAC regular season and tournament titles. Earning a berth in the Division II NCAA Championship, the Golden Eagles advanced to the quarterfinals, ending the season ranked No. 7 in the nation. In recognition of his success, Duernberger was named the NSCAA Division II National Coach of the Year in addition to receiving Atlantic Region and WVIAC Coach of the Year honors. Duernberger built upon that foundation in 2010, leading Charleston to a 16-4-1 record, including a 10-1-0 mark in conference play, and again to the WVIAC regular season and tournament championships. Making their second consecutive NCAA Championship appearance, the Golden Eagles advanced to the third round of the Division II playoffs. Charleston reached as high as No. 4 in the NSCAA poll before ending the season at No. 10. In his three years at the University of Charleston, Duernberger coached four NSCAA All-Americans, 10 NSCAA All-Atlantic Region honorees, and 12 First Team All-WVIAC selections. Prior to his tenure at the University of Charleston, Duernberger served as an office graduate assistant at Marshall University from 2006-07. A native of Belle, W.Va., Duernberger was four-year starter for the Golden Eagles (2002-06), earning First Team All-WVIAC honors three times and all-region recognition in 2002.

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2012 ROSTER LIONS BY ELIGIBILITY Seniors (10): Barron, Burnham, Cardona, Forgue, Gallagher, Ledgister, Martin, Parr, Sinclair, Vu Redshirt-Junior (1): Collins Juniors (5): Dennis, Howard, Seiler, Tyler, Warming Sophomores (2): Griffith, Wolverton Redshirt-Freshman (3): Falk, MacDonald, Sheerin Freshmen (6): Campbell, Cheney, Kaschak, Klingenberg, Mayewski, Stewart LIONS BY POSITION Goalkeepers (4): Collins, Martin, Sheerin, Wolverton Forwards (5): Burnham, Cardona, Cheney, Sinclair, Tyler Midfielders (10): Barron, Gallagher, Kaschak, Klingenberg, Ledgister, MacDonald, Parr, Stewart, Vu Defenders (8): Campbell, Dennis Falk, Forgue, Griffith, Howard, Mayewski, Seiler LIONS BY LOCATION United States Arizona (1): Vu California (1): Barron Idaho (1): Burnham Florida (2): Sinclair, Stewart Georgia (1): Wolverton Maryland (2): Dennis, Sheerin Michigan (1): Tyler Nebraska (2): Cardona, Warming New Jersey (2): Falk, Mayewski New York (2): Gallagher, Howard Pennsylvania (9): Campbell, Cheney, Collins, Forgue, Griffith, Kaschak, Klingenberg, MacDonald, Parr Europe England (1): Ledgister France (1): Martin Germany (1): Seiler

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2012 PENN STATE MEN’S SOCCER NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name Pos. El. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School (Last College) 1 Andrew Wolverton GK So./So. 6-5 195 Snellville, Ga./St. Pius X Catholic 2 Matt Mayewski D Fr./Fr. 5-7 145 Belle Mead, N.J./Montgomery 3 Daniel Burnham F Sr./Sr. 5-10 165 Boise, Idaho/Mountain View 4 Eli Dennis D Jr./Jr. 6-2 185 Easton, Md./Easton 5 Jacob Barron M Sr./Sr. 5-10 150 La Mirada, Calif./La Habra 6 Kyle MacDonald M So./Fr. 5-8 140 Yardley, Pa./Pennsbury 7 Christian Kaschak M Fr./Fr. 5-5 140 York, Pa./Dallastown Area 8 Hasani Sinclair F Sr./Sr. 6-1 175 Coral Gables, Fla./American Heritage 9 Kelton Cheney F Fr./Fr. 6-1 175 State College, Pa./State College Area 10 Minh Vu M/F Sr./Sr. 5-10 155 Tucson, Ariz./Rincon 11 Shane Campbell D Fr./Fr. 5-11 165 York, Pa./Dallastown Area 12 Owen Griffith D So./So. 6-1 170 Lewisburg, Pa./Lewisburg 13 Brian Forgue D Sr./Sr. 6-0 177 Glenmoore, Pa./Downingtown West 14 Marvin Ledgister M/F Sr./Sr. 6-1 195 London, England/Forest Hill School 15 John Gallagher M Sr./Sr. 5-10 160 Pine Bush, N.Y./Pine Bush 16 Akil Howard D Jr./Jr. 6-1 170 Queens, N.Y./Shattuck-St. Mary’s 17 Julian Cardona M Sr./Sr. 5-10 170 Lincoln, Neb./Shattuck-St. Mary’s 18 Grant Warming M Jr./Jr. 5-11 155 Omaha, Neb./Westside 19 Daniel Parr M Sr./Sr. 6-1 170 Hummelstown, Pa./Lower Dauphin 20 Drew Klingenberg M Fr./Fr. 5-9 150 Gibsonia, Pa./Pine-Richland 21 Nino Stewart M Fr./Fr. 5-8 130 Sunrise, Fla./Saint Thomas Aquinas 22 Martin Seiler D Jr./Jr. 6-2 175 Stuttgart, Germany/J.F.K. Wirtschaftsgymnasium 23 Jordan Tyler F Jr./Jr. 6-2 200 Rochester, Mich./Stoney Creek 24 Randy Falk D So./Fr. 5-11 175 Tewksbury Township, N.J./The Pingry School 27 Danny Sheerin GK So./Fr. 6-0 170 College Park, Md./DeMatha Catholic 28 Micah Collins GK Sr./Jr. 6-2 200 Glen Rock, Pa./Susquehannock 40 Emmanuel Martin GK Sr./Sr. 6-0 169 Cormontreuil, France/Jean XXIII Head Coach: Bob Warming (Third year) Assistant Coaches: Chad Duernberger (Second year), Bo Oshoniyi (Second Year)

2012 PENN STATE MEN’S SOCCER ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name 5 Jacob Barron 3 Daniel Burnham 11 Shane Campbell 17 Julian Cardona 9 Kelton Cheney 28 Micah Collins 4 Eli Dennis 24 Randy Falk 13 Brian Forgue 15 John Gallagher 12 Owen Griffith 16 Akil Howard 7 Christian Kaschak 20 Drew Klingenberg 14 Marvin Ledgister 6 Kyle MacDonald 40 Emmanuel Martin 2 Matt Mayewski 19 Daniel Parr 22 Martin Seiler 27 Danny Sheerin 8 Hasani Sinclair 21 Nino Stewart 23 Jordan Tyler 10 Minh Vu 18 Grant Warming 1 Andrew Wolverton

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

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

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

Wt. 150 165 165 170 175 200 185 175 177 160 170 170 140 150 195 140 169 145 170 175 170 175 130 200 155 155 195

Hometown/High School (Last College) La Mirada, Calif./La Habra Boise, Idaho/Mountain View York, Pa./Dallastown Area Lincoln, Neb./Shattuck-St. Mary’s State College, Pa./State College Area Glen Rock, Pa./Susquehannock Easton, Md./Easton Tewksbury Township, N.J./The Pingry School Glenmoore, Pa./Downingtown West Pine Bush, N.Y./Pine Bush Lewisburg, Pa./Lewisburg Queens, N.Y./Shattuck-St. Mary’s York, Pa./Dallastown Area Gibsonia, Pa./Pine-Richland London, England/Forest Hill School Yardley, Pa./Pennsbury Cormontreuil, France/Jean XXIII Belle Mead, N.J./Montgomery Hummelstown, Pa./Lower Dauphin Stuttgart, Germany/J.F.K. Wirtschaftsgymnasium College Park, Md./DeMatha Catholic Coral Gables, Fla./American Heritage Sunrise, Fla./Saint Thomas Aquinas Rochester, Mich./Stoney Creek Tucson, Ariz./Rincon Omaha, Neb./Westside Snellville, Ga./St. Pius X Catholic

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Jacob

Daniel

La Mirada, Calif. La Habra

Boise, Idaho Mountain View

5-10, 150 • SR. • MIDFIELDER

5-10, 165 • SR. • FORWARD

BARRON

2011 (Junior): Started all 22 games in his first season with the Nittany Lions…Picked up three points with a goal and an assist…Posted the game-winning score in a 2-0 victory over Penn Oct. 4, his first points at Penn State…Tallied an assist in a 1-0 win against UMBC Oct. 19… Placed six of 12 shots on goal. 2010 (Sophomore - UC Davis): Played in all 18 games, making 16 starts, including all 10 Big West matches…Earned first career assist and point in 1-0 win over Cal State Northridge…Totaled nine shots with four on goal. 2009 (Freshman - UC Davis): Appeared in 19 games, starting 13… Recorded nine shots, including three on goal. High School/Club/ODP: Earned first team all-area and All-Freeway League honors in senior season at La Habra H.S....Scored six goals and added eight assists to help the Highlanders to a 24-3-2 record and the Southern Section Division III title...Netted the game winner in the CIFSS championship match as a junior...Played club soccer with OSC Rage under head coach Brian Kleiban...As a member of Cal South ODP, led team to regional (2008) and national titles (2009)...Competed with the South Coast Bayern U-17 squad at Northern Ireland Milk Cup in 2008. Personal: Jacob L. Barron was born on April 8, 1991 in La Mirada, Calif. to parents Lou and Jeanne…Has three sisters – Luisa, Erika, and Tina… Majoring in kinesiology.

Jacob Barron // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2009 19-13 0 0 0 0 9 2010 18-16 0 1 1 0 9 2011 22-22 1 1 3 1 11 Career 59-51 1 2 4 1 29

BURNHAM

2011 (Junior): Played in 16 matches, including a start against Northwestern Oct. 16…Posted an assist in the 3-0 win over Saint Peter’s Sept. 9...Tallied six shots with one on goal. 2010 (Sophomore): In his first season as a Nittany Lion, appeared in 18 games...Earned two starts, versus UMBC (10/20) and Lafayette (11/2)... Recorded one goal and two assists, totaling four points for the season... Scored the game winner, his first goal at Penn State, in 1-0 road victory against Lafayette...Assisted on goals versus Ohio State (10/23) and in the Big Ten Tournament championship game against Michigan (11/14)... Tallied 12 shots. 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.

Daniel Burnham // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2010 18-2 1 2 4 1 12 2011 16-1 0 1 1 0 6 Career 34-3 1 3

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Shane

Julian

York, Pa. Dallastown Area

Lincoln, Neb. Shattuck-St. Mary’s

5-11, 165 • FR. • DEFENDER

5-10, 170 • SR. • FORWARD/MIDFIELD-

CAMPBELL

High School/Club/ODP: Named First Team All-State in 2011 at Dallastown Area HS…Three-time YAIAA All-County Selection… Started three years as a varsity midfielder…Helped his team to three YAIAA Division I Championships, two YAIAA County Championships and one District 3 Championship (2010)…Earned three varsity letters in soccer and one in track and field…Played club soccer for USSF FC Delco Academy of the USSF Development Academy under head coach Alan Mezger…Named captain for FC Delco for two seasons…Made the 2011 USSF U-16 Academy playoffs in Dallas, Texas…Also a member of Philadelphia Union U-17/U-18 Academy for two seasons…Selected to play in two MLS reserve games with the Philadelphia Union first team in 2011. Personal: Born Shane Thomas Campbell June 24, 1994 in Lancaster, Pa…The York, Pa., native is the son of John and Bernadette Campbell… John ran track for Millersville (’83-’86)…Has a younger sister, Erin… Plans to major in kinesiology to become a physical therapist or athletic trainer.

CARDONA

2011 (Junior): Active in 18 matches for the Nittany Lions, starting 17 of them…Finished with 10 points, netting four goals and a pair of assists…Finished tied for ninth in goals in the Big Ten alongside teammate Minh Vu…Scored a goal in just his second game as a Nittany Lion against American Aug. 29…Placed 13 of 32 shots on goal…Scored the gamewinner in a 2-0 win against American Aug. 29…Called up by Puerto Rico National Team in October, competing in Group D World Cup qualifier. 2010 (Sophomore - Butler): Started 19 of 20 games on a Bulldog team that went 16-1-3, won the Horizon League (7-0-1), and earned the No. 13 seed for the NCAA Championship...Horizon League All-Tournament Team...Horizon League All-Academic Team honoree...Tied for third on the team with four goals, including two game winners...Also, notched one assist, giving him nine points on the season. 2009 (Freshman - Butler): Horizon League Newcomer of the Year as Butler posted a 14-3-2 record, captured the Horizon League regular season crown, and qualified for the NCAA Championship...Honored on College Soccer News All-Freshman Team...Saw action in all 19 games, starting 14...Butler’s second-leading scorer, totaling six goals, three assists, and 15 points...Led all conference freshmen in scoring...Notched first collegiate assist in win over Valparaiso High School/Club/ODP: Started high school career at Pius X in Lincoln, Neb....Earned all-city and all-state honors while leading it to a state runner-up finish in 2007...Attended Shattuck-St. Mary’s High School in Faribault, Minn. for his junior and senior years...Named Soccer Player of the Year in 2008...Played with club team Arsenal United under head coach Alex Vasquez, winning four state championships (2004-07). Personal: Julian Joseph Cardona was born on Dec. 4, 1990 in Lincoln, Neb....Son of Rene and Maria Cardona...Has an older brother, Rene III, who played baseball at Nebraska Wesleyan, and younger sister, Alexa, who played soccer at Nebraska...Plans to major in business.   Julian Cardona // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2009 19-14 6 3 15 4 32 2010 20-19 4 1 9 2 41 2011 18-17 4 2 10 1 32 Career 57-50 14 6 34 7 105

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Micah

State College, Pa. State College Area

Glen Rock, Pa. Susquehannock

CHENEY

COLLINS

6-1, 175 • FR. • FORWARD

High School/Club/ODP: Played high school soccer at the local State College Area HS...Three-year varsity starter and leading scorer at State College as a forward and center-midfielder...Reached the PIAA SemiFinals in 2011 as a senior and reached the quarterfinals in 2009...Netted 52 total goals and 18 assists in his high school career...Helped State High to a No. 38 ranking in the country and No. 4 in Pennsylvania by ESPN in the Fall of 2011...Scored 25 goals and notched four assists as a senior... Ranked by ESPN as the No. 124 player in the 2012 class and the No. 7 player in Pennsylvania...Awarded by ESPN the Magazine as “All-State, Starting 11, Pennsylvania” honors in Fall 2011...Named No. 11 player in in the “Region of Pennsylvania” by TopDrawerSoccer.com...Spent four years in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy with the PA Classics, under National Academy Coach of the Year Steve Klein, scoring 31 goals and nine assists...Led the team in scoring in 2011 (12 goals) and third in the East Conference for 2012 forwards...Tied for leading scorer on the team with 10 goals and three assists in 2012...Joined fellow freshman Shane Campbell on the Philadelphia Union U18 team, fall program, 2011...Played in an MLS Reserve Team game vs. the New York Red Bulls in August of 2011. Personal: Son of Patrick and Debora Cheney was born Kelton David Cheney in State College, Pa., Sept. 26, 1993…Has an older brother, Evan…Cousin, Kirk Fonseca, was a starting center-midfielder for Santa Clara University when the team went to the College Cup in 2003… Undecided on major.

6-2, 200 • SR./JR. • GOALKEEPER

2011 Academic All-Big Ten 2011 (Sophomore): Did not see game action…Academic All-Big Ten. 2010 (Freshman): Did not see game action. 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 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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Eli

Randy

Easton, Md. Easton

Tewksbury Township, N.J. The Pingry School

6-2, 185 • JR./SO. • MIDFIELDER

5-11, 175 • SO./FR. • DEFENDER

DENNIS

2011 (Sophomore): Redshirt season.

2011 (Freshman): Redshirt season.

2010 (Freshman – American): Played in 18 games, starting in 14 of those…Tallied five points (1 goal, 3 assists) for the third-highest point total on the team…Helped the Eagles reach the Patriot League finals… Earned rookie of the week honors on Sept. 19 after recording two assists in a 2-1 win over Syracuse...Was named team captain as a sophomore before deciding to transfer to Penn State.

High School/Club/ODP: Led The Pingry School (Martinsville, N.J.) to a 71-4-1 record, four conference and county championships, and a state title...Named Somerset County MVP and NJSCA First Team All-State... Earned First Team All-Somerset County, Skyland Division, All-American East, and Courier News honors...Selected to Star Ledger All-County First Team and All-State Second Team...Received ESPN Rise honorable mention and ESPN Fall All-State Soccer All-Star recognition...Club team member of the Players Development Academy under head coach Sam Nellins.

High School/Club/ODP: Earned Maryland First Team All-State honors as a senior at Easton (Md.) High School…Three-time First Team AllBayside Conference …Honored as the Bayside Conference Player of the Year as a senior…Received All-State honors as a junior…Earned four varsity soccer letters as a four-year starter…Also lettered in basketball, lacrosse and swimming…Played club soccer with the Baltimore Casa Mia Bays, helping the team to a fifth-place finish at the 2010 national finals… Played club soccer with Freestate Elite in Maryland as a captain, winning a state championship in 2008…Trained in England with Crystal Palace in 2009…Played Maryland ODP soccer from 2005-08. Personal: Eli James Dennis was born May 4, 1992 in Annapolis, Md.… The Easton, Md., native is the son of Greg and Laura Dennis…Both parents graduated from Penn State in 1983…Greg was a four-year starter on the men’s soccer team and Laura started all four years on the women’s club team…Has two brothers, Max and Graham…Plans to major in meteorology.

Eli Dennis // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2010 18-14 1 3 5 0 24 Career 18-14 1 3 5 0 24

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Personal: Andrew Ronald Falk was born on Oct. 29, 1992 in Paterson, N.J....Parents are Jay and Judy Falk...Has two brothers, Matt and Jefferson, and a sister, Callie...Grandfather, H. Ronald Falk, attended Penn State...Majoring in economics/communications...Future career plans include sports analysis/sports casting.

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John

Glenmoore, Pa. Downingtown West

Pine Bush, N.Y. Pine Bush

6-0, 177 • SR. • DEFENDER

5-10, 160 • SR. • MIDFIELDER

FORGUE

GALLAGHER

2010,11 Academic All-Big Ten 2011 (Junior): Active in 16 contests, starting 14…Scored his lone goal of the season in a 1-0 decision over Saint Francis Sept. 14…Tallied nine shots, including two on goal…Academic All-Big Ten. 2010 (Sophomore): Made his mark as a central defender, starting the final 19 games of the season...Played in a total of 21 matches...Earned first career assist in 4-3 win over Saint Francis (Pa.) (9/29), teaming with Corey Hertzog to give PSU a 1-0 lead in the game’s fourth minute... Academic All-Big Ten. 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 tie the game in the 49th minute High School/Club/ODP: Four year varsity player at Downingtown West High School in Downingtown, Pa....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... 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...Honored as 2008 Philadelphia Inquirer All-Southeastern Pennsylvania Player of the Year and Daily Local News Player of the Year (2007, 2008). Background: Brian James Forgue was born Oct. 19, 1990 in Bryn Mawr, Pa....Son of Steve and Joan Forgue...Brother, Stephen, also attended Penn State...Majoring in Crime, Law, and Justice. Brian Forgue // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2009 11-4 1 0 2 0 1 2010 21-19 0 1 1 0 7 2011 16-14 1 0 2 1 9 Career 48-37 2 1 5 1 17

2011 (Junior): Played in 21 contests, starting 18…Earned two assists on the season, both in a 2-0 decision over Penn Oct. 4…Placed three of 14 shots on goal. 2010 (Sophomore): Saw action in 12 games, making three starts...Made first career start in 1-0 victory over the College of Charleston (9/5)... Scored first career goal in season opening 5-0 rout of Buffalo (9/3), blasting in a shot from 35 yards out late in the second half...Totaled three shots for the season. 2009 (Freshman): Appeared in six games...Registered two shots (one on goal). 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.

John Gallagher // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG 2009 6-0 0 0 0 0 2010 12-3 1 0 2 0 2011 21-18 0 2 2 0 Career 39-21 1 2 4 0

SH 2 3 14 19

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Akil

Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg

Queens, N.Y. Shattuck-St. Mary’s

6-1, 170 • SO. • DEFENDER

6-1, 170 • JR. • DEFENDER

GRIFFITH

HOWARD

2011 (Freshman): Played in 21 contests with 12 starts, including all but one match in October and November…Picked up his first point as a Nittany Lion with an assist in the 1-0 win over Wisconsin in the Big Ten tournament semifinal contest…Recorded 16 shots with six on goal. High School/Club/ODP: Contributed to 77 wins as a four-year letterwinner at Lewisburg H.S....Totaled 43 goals and 30 assists...In senior season, notched a career-high 20 goals and 12 assists, earning First Team All-State honors...Led the Dragons to three District 4 titles and to the state quarterfinals in 2008 and 2010...With Penn Fusion club team (2009-10), won the Players Develop Tournament, placed second in the USYS National League, and claimed fourth place at the USYS National Championships...Played academy soccer with PA Classics in 2011... Active with the PA East ODP team from 2007-09...Captured a Region I championship in 2008. Personal: Owen Matthew Griffith was born on Nov. 11, 1992 in Reading, Pa....Parents, Sam and Amy Griffith, are both Penn State graduates... Had an older brother, Drew, who also attended Penn State...Majoring in agricultural/environment...Planning a career as an environmentalist/ conservationist.

2009 (Freshman – Buffalo): In 2009, Howard attended the University of Buffalo, earning the honor of Defensive Newcomer of the Year as a freshman…Played in 17 games, starting 15…Tallied one assist. High School/Club/ODP: A native of Queens, N.Y., Howard spent last year enrolled at Richmond, the American International University, in London in a program that combines study in the field of international business and sports with a chance for athletes to compete against premier talent…Played internationally with the St. Vincent & the Grenadines National Team at the U-20 level in 2008 and 2010 and was involved with the U-23 program…Started all four years at Shattuck-St. Mary’s high school in Faribault, Minn., the same alma mater of current Nittany Lion Julian Cardona…Named 2008-09 Newcomer of the Year, winning the US Youth Nationals in 2008. Personal: Born Akil CorNeil Howard in Brooklyn, N.Y., June 17, 1991…Son of Neil and Carine Howard…Has one brother, Kareem, and two sisters, Mariah and Melba…Anticipates a major in psychology.

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KASCHAK York, Pa. Dallastown Area 5-5, 140 • FR. • MIDFIELDER

Owen Griffith // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2011 21-12 0 1 1 0 16

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High School/Club/ODP: Inaugural recipient of the Cost Family Endowed Men’s Soccer Scholarship…Three-time First Team All-YorkAdams Interscholastic Athletic Association (YAIAA) selection, starting three years as a forward for Dallastown Area High School…Scored 73 goals and totaled 39 assists in his career while missing his senior season with a broken foot…Earned YAIAA Player of the Year, All-U.S. East Region and Pennsylvania All-State honors in 2010…Led the Wildcats to a 24-2 record and a conference and District 3 title in the same year… Played club soccer for PA Classics, helping the squad to a 17-7-3 mark in 2011 and to the academy finals, placing second in a national tournament of 64 teams…Named to the ESPN Rise Starting 11 for Pennsylvania in

2012 NITTANY LIONS 2011…Co-captained the Philadelphia U-18 Academy team at the MLS Generation Adidas (U-17) Cup, going undefeated in regulation, falling only on PKs in two games. Personal: Born Christian Nelson Kaschak in York, Pa., March 5, 1994… Parents are Gary Kaschak and Amy Nelson…Had seven relatives who graduated from Penn State…Father wrestled at Penn State from 198186…Has one sibling, sister Caroline…Wishes to pursue a major in kinesiology.

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KLINGENBERG Gibsonia, Pa. Pine-Richland 5-9, 150 • FR. • MIDFIELDER

High School/Club/ODP: Started all four years for Pine-Richland High School in Gibsonia, Pa…Finished his career with 24 goals and 31 assists…Ranked the No. 1 recruit in Pennsylvania and No. 39 nationally by TopDrawerSoccer.com (August 2011)…Earned First Team All-State and First Team All-WPIAL honors following his junior and senior seasons…Named an NSCAA Regional All-American as a senior…Threetime All-Section player, two-time team MVP and selected as section Player of the Year after his junior season…Nominated for the Gatorade Player of the Year and was named a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette North Player of the Year as a junior and senior…Selected as one of 40 players to play in the 2012 High School All-American game…Named team captain as a junior and senior.

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LEDGISTER London, England Forest Hill School 6-1, 195 • SR. • MIDFIELDER/FORWARD

2009-10 (Freshman & Sophomore - North Iowa Area Community College): Selected to the NSCAA All-Region First Team (2010)...Earned All-USA Community College Academic honors (2010)...Led NIACC to a 16-3-2 record and the Region XI Championship as a sophomore... The Trojans’ leading scorer the last two seasons, totaling 24 goals and 18 assists. High School/Club/ODP: Played in secondary school at Forest Hill School in London...Won four Inner London Cups, two London Cups, and two Bexley Cups...Coca-Cola national runner-up from South England. Personal: Marvin Nikolai Ledgister was born on Feb. 26, 1990 in London, England...Has two brothers, Joel and Jeremy, and one sister, Elena...Majoring in economics.

Personal: Born Drew Michael Klingenberg in Pittsburgh, Pa., June 2, 1993…A native of Gibsonia, Pa., Kingenberg is the son of Dan and Kristen Klingenberg…Has an older sister, Meghan, who started on North Carolina’s soccer team from 2007-10 and is a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team. 2011 (Junior): Logged minutes in 16 contests, with a trio of starts… Tallied two assists…Assist against Stetson Sept. 2 marked his first point as a Nittany Lion…Posted his second helper against Hofstra Nov. 1… Recorded nine shots, including four on goal.

Marvin Ledgister // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2011 16-3 0 2 2 0 9 Career 16-3 0 2 2 0 9

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Kyle

Emmanuel

MacDONALD

MARTIN

Yardley, Pa. Pennsbury

Cormontreuil, France Jean XXIII

5-8, 140 • SO./FR. • MIDFIELDER

2011 (Freshman): Redshirt season. High School/Club/ODP: A four-year starter at Pennsbury H.S. in Fairless Hills, Pa....Led the Falcons to 63 victories, two Suburban One League National titles (2008, 2009), and to the PIAA AAA State quarterfinals (2010)...Finished career with 16 goals and 23 assists...Set career highs in goals (8) and assists (12) as a senior...Named ESPN Rise Top 40 Players in Pennsylvania, First Team All-Suburban One League National, and Bucks County Courier Times All-Golden First Team recognition in 2010... Also earned All-Suburban One National League Honorable Mention (2008) and Second Team (2009) honors...Played club soccer with YMS Thunder under head coach Albert Prickett, helping team earn the No. 2 national ranking by GotSoccer.com...Captured an EPYSA State Cup National Championship series title in 2010 after qualifying as a finalist in 2007 and 2009...Team placed second in the Region I Premiere League (2010) and was a finalist at Disney Soccer Showcase (2010)...Won title at the 2011 Jefferson Cup Showcase. Personal: Kyle Murphy McDonald was born on Oct. 9, 1992 in Trenton, N.J....Parents are Gregg and Kathleen MacDonald...Has three older sisters, Erin, Gillian, who attended Penn State from 2002-06, and Mallory...Majoring in architecture.

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High School/Club/ODP: Former member of one of the most successful clubs in French football history, Stade de Reims…Active with Reims at the U-16 and U-18 levels, playing in 60 CFA2 games. Personal: A native of Cormontreuil, France, Emmanuel Salvador Martin was born Oct. 15, 1989…Son of Reynald and Annick Martin…Has an older sister, Stephanie…Plans to major in finance.

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Matt

Daniel

Belle Mead, N.J. Montgomery

Hummelstown, Pa. Lower Dauphin

5-7, 145 • FR. • DEFENDER

6-1, 170 • SR. • MIDFIELDER

MAYEWSKI

High School/Club/ODP: Started all four years for Montgomery High School (N.J.)…Received First Team All-State and All-County First Team honors, along with team MVP accolades as a senior with the Cougars… Two-time All-County Second Team and All-State Honorable Mention… Three-time Skyland Conference First Team honoree…Earned four varsity letters and was named team captain as a senior…Played club soccer for the Players Development Academy and head coach Sam Nellins in the USSDA…Won the Liberty Division in 2011 and was a U.S. Academy Finalist…Team was 2010 East Conference semi-finalists and won the 2009 N.J. State Cup. Personal: A native of Belle Mead, N.J., Matthew Lawrence Mayewski was born Oct. 25, 1993 in New Brunswick, N.J…Son of Larry and Pam Mayewski…Has six relatives who have or are attending Penn State…His uncle Peter Russo played for the Penn State golf team from 1982-84, and his cousin Brandon Russo is a current member of the Penn State men’s ice hockey team…Undecided on a major.

PARR

2010,11 Academic All-Big Ten 2010,11 Big Ten Distinguished Scholar 2011 (Junior): Saw action in 18 games, including starts against Saint Peter’s and Hofstra…Tallied an assist in the 3-0 win over Saint Peter’s Sept. 9…Recorded seven shots, placing one on goal…Academic All-Big Ten…named to the Dean’s List…Big Ten Distinguished Scholar. 2010 (Sophomore): In his first season in Happy Valley, saw action in four matches...Made first start as a Nittany Lion in key 2-1 Big Ten victory over Michigan State (10/10)... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award recipient...Academic All-Big Ten. 2009 (Freshman - Rutgers): 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.... Two-time 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 2010 4-1 0 2011 18-2 0 Career 31-6 2

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Danny

Stuttgart, Germany J.F.K. Wirtschaftsgymnasium

College Park, Md. DeMatha Catholic

6-2, 175 • JR. • DEFENDER

6-0, 170 • SO./FR. • GOALKEEPER

SEILER

SHEERIN

2011 (Junior – St. John’s): Redshirt season.

2011 (Freshman): Redshirt season.

Tyler Junior College: Helped the Apaches post a near-perfect 41-0-1 record en route to capturing back-to-back NJCAA national championships…Earned NJCAA All-Region XIV honors as a sophomore…Totaled five goals and one assist.

High School/Club/ODP: Starred at DeMatha Catholic H.S. in Hyattsville, Md....Allowed eight goals in 41 career games...As a senior, led the Stags to a perfect 24-0-0 record, the WCAC championship, a No. 3 NSCAA national ranking, and a No. 1 NSCAA state and regional ranking...Starting every match, recorded 16 shutouts while surrendering seven goals (0.30 GAA)...Selected first team all-conference and all-county and earned Washington Post All-Metro goalkeeper honors...In 2009, played as a sub in 17 games, surrendering one goal while suffering no losses, as DCHS went 20-3...Played club soccer with Bethesda SC Internationals under head coach Pete Mehlert...In 2009, helped Soccer Association of Columbia club team to the No. 2 state ranking and a Maryland State Cup finals appearance...Member of Maryland ODP from 2005-07, competing in Scotland and Argentina...Also played in the DC United Academy Development Program (2008) and USL Real Maryland Super Y team (2009).

Personal: Born Martin Seiler in Stuttgart, Germany, April 23, 1988… Son of Wolfgang and Rose Seiler…Has two older brothers, Sven and Timo.

Personal: Daniel Welsh Sheerin was born on Dec. 29, 1992 in Washington, D.C....Son of Dan and Sherry Sheerin...Has a younger brother, Patrick, and an older sister, Cate, who competed on the swimming team at the U.S. Naval Academy...11th member of his family to attend Penn State...Majoring in political science.

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Hasani

Nino

Coral Gables, Fla. American Heritage

Sunrise, Fla. Saint Thomas Aquinas

6-1, 175 • SR. • FORWARD

5-8, 130 • FR. • MIDFIELDER

SINCLAIR

STEWART

2011 (Junior): Played in all 22 games, starting 21…Posted eight points with a trio of goals and two assists…First point as a Nittany Lion came in the form of a goal against American Aug. 29…Tallied a pair of gamewinning scores against Saint Peter’s Sept. 9 and UMBC Oct. 19…Led the team with 49 shots, placing 15 on goal...Earned an assist against Northwestern in the Big Ten tournament championship game. 2010 (Sophomore - South Florida): Played in 17 games...Ranked third on the team in points (7), recording two goals and three assists...Netted two goals in 4-0 win over Syracuse...Notched two assists in 2-1 upset win over No. 9 Ohio State...Totaled 28 shots, including 14 on goal. 2009 (Freshman - South Florida): Selected to BIG EAST All-Rookie Team...Earned Second Team All-Rookie Team honors from TopDrawerSoccer.com...Named Third Team All-Freshman by College Soccer News...Saw action in all 21 games, amassing 1,404 minutes of playing time as USF went 14-4-3...Topped the Bulls in shots with 46 and tied for the team lead in points (15)...Finished second on the team in goals (5) and assists (5)...Scored first collegiate goal in 2-1 win over Notre Dame... Notched first career assist in first collegiate game, a 2-1 win over UCF.

High School/Club/ODP: Four-year varsity starter for St. Thomas Aquinas, including the 2010 and 2011 FHSAA state championship squads… Three-time All-County selection and two-time All-State honoree… Captain of the Raiders as a junior and senior…Played for the Weston Academy FC under the direction of head coach Marcelo Neveleff from 2009-12…Captain of the Weston Academy team from 2010-11…Member of Region III Florida State team from 2007-09…Saw playing time with ODP team in Costa Rica. Personal: Born Nino Lee Stewart Jan. 23, 1994, in Sunrise, Fla….Son of Trevor and Shelly Stewart…Has one brother, Mario…Member of National Society of High School Scholars…Wishes to play professional soccer or pursue a career in chemical engineering.

High School/Club/ODP: Starred at American Heritage H.S. where he scored over 130 goals, won three player of the year awards, and captured two state championships...Received Parade Magazine and First Team ESPN Rise All-America honors...In senior season, recorded 47 goals and 14 assists and was named Florida Gatorade Player of the Year...Competed on ODP Region III team for three years and with U.S. U-15, 16, 18, and 20 squads. Personal: Hasani Sinclair was born on Feb. 5, 1991 in Bronx, N.Y.... Son of Fitz and Karen Sinclair...Has three brothers, Omari, Shomari, and Sekani...Sekani will be a freshman on the men’s soccer team at Appalachian State in 2011...Majoring in communications.

Hasani Sinclair // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG 2009 21- 5 5 15 0 2010 17-15 2 3 7 1 2011 22-21 3 2 8 2 Career 38- 7 8 22 1

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Minh

TYLER

VU

Rochester, Mich. Stoney Creek

Tucson, Ariz. Rincon 5-10, 155 • SR. • MIDFIELDER/FORWARD

6-2, 200 • JR. • FORWARD

2010 TopDrawerSoccer.com Honorable Mention All-Rookie Team 2010 Penn State Classic All-Tournament Team 2011 (Sophomore): Played in all 22 contests, starting 10 of them… Posted six points with two goals and a pair of assists…Collected a career-high five points against Saint Peter’s, scoring two goals and assisting on Hasani Sinclair’s game-winning score…Had 10 shots on goal on 34 shots…Earned an assist in a 1-0 win over FIU Sept. 4. 2010 (Freshman): TopDrawerSoccer.com Honorable Mention AllRookie Team...Appeared in 22 games, starting 11...Tied for second on the team in goals (5) and third in points (13)...Named to Penn State Classic All-Tournament Team after totaling three goals, including his first collegiate score versus Bucknell (9/10) and his first career multi-goal game versus Binghamton (9/12)...Scored the game-winning goal and added an assist in 3-1 victory over Northwestern in the Big Ten Tournament (11/11)...Netted fifth goal of the year in 4-1 rout of Old Dominion in second round NCAA Championship contest (11/21)...Also notched assists versus Air Force (9/17) and UMBC (10/20)...Tied for third on the team in shots (42) and shots on goal (19). 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...Either led or finished second on the team in scoring throughout high school career...Named All-Oakland 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...Helped the Michigan Wolves win a national championship in 2007, scoring a goal in the title game.

2011 (Junior): Played in 19 contests, starting 15 of them in his first season at Penn State…Led the team with 11 points on four goals and three assists…Tied for ninth in the Big Ten in goals alongside teammate Julian Cardona …Totaled 30 shots, placing 13 of them on goal…Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week Aug. 29 after scoring the gamewinning goal in his Nittany Lion debut, a 1-0 victory over Siena…Also notched a gamewinner in a 1-0 victory over Wisconsin in the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament…Posted the Nittany Lions’ lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Northwestern in the Big Ten tournament championship game. 2010 (Sophomore - Pima Community College): Received NJCAA First Team All-American, Region I Player of the Year, First Team All-ACCAC, and First Team All-Region I recognition...Topped NJCAA Region I in scoring with 44 points (15 goals, 14 assists), helping PCC to 17-6 record. 2009 (Freshman - Pima Community College): Earned Second Team All-America honors...Led PCC to a 15-6-1 record...Finished second in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference in goals and points (42). High School/Club/ODP: At Rincon H.S. in Tucson, Ariz., registered 74 career goals and 50 assists as a four-year varsity letterwinner...Led the Rangers to a state championship in 2007 and to runner-up finishes in 2008 and 2009...Following a 29-goal, 14-assist senior season, earned first team all-conference and all-state honors. Personal: Minh Vu was born on Sept. 27, 1990 in Tucson, Ariz....Son of Khuyen and Maria Vu...Has a younger brother, Brian...Majoring in criminal justice.

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. Jordan Tyler // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G 2010 22-11 5 2011 22-10 2 Career 44-21 7

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Andrew

Omaha, Neb. Westside

Snellville, Ga. St. Pius X Catholic

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WARMING

2011 (Sophomore): Appeared in 19 contests, including a start against Saint Peter’s Sept. 9…Totaled six shots, including a pair on goal. 2010 (Freshman): Played in 16 games in rookie season...Drew a foul in the box versus Michigan (10/3), leading to a penalty kick conversion by Corey Hertzog...Recorded four shots. 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 (2003-09). Background: Thomas Grant Warming was born on August 30, 1990 in Omaha, Neb....Son of Bob and Cindy Warming...Father is Penn State men’s soccer head coach...Has two older sisters, Emily and Bess, and a twin sister, the late Audrey...Majoring in Economics.

WOLVERTON

2011 (Freshman): Started all 22 games for the Nittany Lions in his first campaign, tallying a 9-9-4 record…Posted an .821 save percentage and a 0.60 goals against average, both marks the best in the Big Ten…Ranked ninth nationally in GAA and 20th in save percentage…Produced five or more saves in seven contests, including a career-high six against Michigan State Oct. 9…Earned a conference-best 12 shutouts, shattering the previous school record of 10 whitewashes in a season…Totaled five saves against No. 2 seed Ohio State in the first round of the Big Ten tournament to break the record with his 11th shutout and help upset the Buckeyes…Named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week Sept. 12 and Soccer Savings.com/Philly Soccer News College Player of the Week Oct. 30, as well as being named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week Sept. 19…Selected Third Team All-Freshman by College Soccer News…Spectacular freshman season earned him an invitation to the U.S. U-20 Men’s National Team winter training camp. High School/Club/ODP: A four-year starter in goal for St. Pius X Catholic H.S. in Atlanta...Led the Golden Lions to AAA state championships in 2009 and 2011...Won AAA Region 5 titles 2009-11...Georgia Gatorade Player of the Year candidate (2010-11)...Team captain (2010-11)... Named a 2010 Spring All-Star by ESPN Rise Magazine...Player club soccer with the Concorde Fire USSD Academy under Gregg Blasingame... Qualified for the academy playoffs in 2010...Selected Southeastern Conference Goalkeeper of the Year (2009-10)...Member of the U-18 National Team, making trips to Argentina/Chile, Portugal, and Israel. Personal: Andrew Joseph Wolverton was born on June 4, 1993 in Decatur, Ga...Parents are Jay and Ann Wolverton...Ann played college basketball at Tennessee Tech...Has two older sisters, Ashley and Christina.

Grant Warming // Career Statistics Season GP-GS G A PTS GWG SH 2010 16-0 0 0 0 0 4 2011 19-1 0 0 0 0 6 Career 35-1 0 0 0 0 10

Andrew Wolverton // Career Statistics Season GP-GS Record Minutes Saves GA GAA SHO 2011 22-22 9-9-4 2080:02 64 14 0.61 12 Career 22-22 9-9-4 2080:02 64 14 0.61 12

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2011 STATISTICS 2011 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS No. Name GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-ATT 10 Minh Vu 19-15 4 3 11 30 .133 13 .433 2 1-1 17 Julian Cardona 18-17 4 2 10 32 .125 13 .406 1 1-1 8 Hasani Sinclair 22-21 3 2 8 49 .061 15 .306 2 0-0 23 Jordan Tyler 22-10 2 2 6 34 .059 10 .294 0 0-0 21 Mackenzie Arment 19-18 2 1 5 43 .047 19 .442 1 0-0 22 Matt Smallwood 22-22 1 2 4 12 .083 6 .500 1 0-0 5 Jacob Barron 22-22 1 1 3 11 .091 6 .545 1 0-0 4 Mark Fetrow 22-22 1 0 2 12 .083 3 .250 0 0-0 13 Brian Forgue 16-14 1 0 2 9 .111 2 .222 1 0-0 15 John Gallagher 21-18 0 2 2 14 .000 3 .214 0 0-0 14 Marvin Ledgister 16-3 0 2 2 9 .000 4 .444 0 0-0 12 Owen Griffith 21-12 0 1 1 16 .000 6 .375 0 0-0 19 Daniel Parr 18-2 0 1 1 7 .000 1 .143 0 0-0 3 Daniel Burnham 16-1 0 1 1 6 .000 2 .333 0 0-0 2 Justin Lee 22-22 0 0 0 7 .000 1 .143 0 0-0 18 Grant Warming 19-1 0 0 0 6 .000 2 .333 0 0-0 26 Marco Ciarla 1-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 16 Dan Hepner 2-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 .000 0 0-0 Penn State Totals Opponent Totals

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19 20 58 297 .064 14 11 39 206 .068

105 82

.354 .398

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CAREER STATISTICS GP-GS G A Pts Sh Shot% GW PK-ATT 19-15 4 3 11 30 .133 2 1-1 18-17 4 2 10 32 .125 1 1-1 22-21 3 2 8 49 .061 2 0-0 44-21 7 5 19 76 .092 1 0-0 81-60 6 15 27 130 .046 2 0-0 76-57 2 5 10 29 .069 1 0-0 22-22 1 1 3 11 .091 1 0-0 81-73 4 0 8 40 .100 1 0-0 48-37 2 1 5 17 .118 1 0-0 39-21 1 2 4 19 .053 0 0-0 16-3 0 2 2 9 .000 0 0-0 21-12 0 1 1 16 .000 0 0-0 22-3 0 1 1 7 .000 0 0-0 34-3 1 3 5 18 .200 1 0-0 85-79 2 5 9 67 .029 2 0-0 35-1 0 0 0 10 .000 0 0-0 30-1 0 0 0 4 .000 0 0-0 2-0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0-0

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No. Name GP-GS Minutes GA GAA Saves Pct. W-L-T SHO GP-GS Minutes GA GAA Saves Pct. W-L-T SHO 1 Andrew Wolverton 22-22 2080:02 14 0.61 64 .821 9-9-4 12 22-22 2080:02 14 0.61 64 .821 9-9-4 12 TEAM 4 1.000 Penn State Totals 22 2080:02 14 0.61 68 .829 9-9-4 12 Opponent Totals 22 2080:02 19 0.82 86 .819 9-9-4 9

Goals by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 7 12 0 0 19 2 10 1 1 14

Shots by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 151 122 15 9 297 94 100 6 6 206

Saves by Period Penn State Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 34 28 4 2 68 43 38 4 1 86

Corner Kicks by Period 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total Penn State 69 65 1 5 140 Opponents 44 56 1 0 101 Fouls by Period Penn State Opponents

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Penn State Opponent Shot Statistics Goals-Shot attempts 19-297 14-206 Goals scored average 0.86 0.64 Shot pct. 0.64 .068 Shots on goal-Attempts 105-297 82-206 SOG pct. .354 .398 Shots/Game 13.5 9.4 Assists 20 11 Corner Kicks 140 101 Penalty Kicks 2-2 2-2 Penalties Yellow cards 22 27 Red cards 1 1 Attendance Total 4764 9106 Dates/Avg. Per Date 9/529 8/1138 Neutral Site #/Avg. 5/257

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Opponent

Score

Overall Conf.

Attend.

Aug. 27 BUFFALO

W, 1-0

1-0-0

0-0-0

822

Minh Vu (unassisted)

Aug. 29 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

W, 2-0

2-0-0

0-0-0

578

Julian Cardona (Matt Smallwood)

Sept. 2 vs. Stetson (1)

L, 2-3

2-1-0

0-0-0

91

Penn State Goals Summary

Hasani Sinclair (Minh Vu) Julian Cardona (Matt Smallwood, Marvin Ledgister) Minh Vu (penalty kick)

Sept. 4 vs. FIU (1)

W, 1-0

3-1-0

0-0-0

243

Mackenzie Arment (Jordan Tyler)

Sept. 9 SAINT PETER’S

W, 3-0

4-1-0

0-0-0

392

Hasani Sinclair (Jordan Tyler)

Jordan Tyler (Daniel Parr, Minh Vu)

Jordan Tyler (Minh Vu, Daniel Burnham)

Sept. 14 SAINT FRANCIS Sept. 18 at Hartford Sept. 23 at No. 7 Indiana* Sept. 27 No. 17 GEORGETOWN

W, 1-0

5-1-0

0-0-0

407

Brian Forgue (Julian Cardona, Hasani Sinclair)

T, 0-0 (2OT)

5-1-1

0-0-0

702

-

L, 0-1

5-2-1

0-1-0

3035

-

T, 0-0 (2OT)

5-2-2

0-1-0

367

-

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MICHIGAN*

L, 1-2

5-3-2

0-2-0

217

Mark Fetrow (Mackenzie Arment)

Oct. 4

PENN

W, 2-0

6-3-2

0-2-0

373

Jacob Barron (John Gallagher)

Oct. 9

at Michigan State*

Julian Cardona (John Gallagher)

L, 0-1

6-4-2

0-3-0

1079

-

Oct. 12 at No. 5 Akron

L, 0-1

6-5-2

0-3-0

2550

-

Oct. 16 NORTHWESTERN*

L, 0-1

6-6-2

0-4-0

921

-

Oct. 19 at UMBC

W, 1-0

7-6-2

0-4-0

352

Hasani Sinclair (Jacob Barron)

Oct. 23 at Ohio State*

L, 0-1 (OT)

7-7-2

0-5-0

670

-

Oct. 26 at Bucknell

T, 0-0 (2OT)

7-7-3

0-5-0

475

-

Nov. 1 at Hofstra

T, 1-1 (2OT)

7-7-4

0-5-0

217

Mackenzie Arment (Marvin Ledgister)

Nov. 5 WISCONSIN*

L, 0-1 (2OT)

7-8-4

0-6-0

687

-

W, 2-0

8-8-4

0-6-0

370

Matt Smallwood (Julian Cardona)

Nov. 9 vs. Ohio State (3)

Julian Cardona (penalty kick)

Nov. 11 vs. Wisconsin (3)

W, 1-0

9-8-4

0-6-0

240

Minh Vu (Owen Griffith)

Nov. 13 vs. Northwestern (4)

L, 1-2

9-9-4

0-6-0

342

Minh Vu (Hasani Sinclair)

*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, University Park, Pa. (4) NCAA Championship Second Round, University Park, Pa. (5) NCAA Championship Third Round, College Park, Md.

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PENN STATE IN THE BIG TEN FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG TEN SELECTIONS 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) 2010: Matheus Braga (M), Corey Hertzog (F) BIG TEN PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 1991 Steve Sergi 1992 Nigel Sparks 1993 Chris Kelly* 1995 Stuart Reid 2009 Jason Yeisley^ *Co-Player of the Year ^Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year

BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1992 Stuart Reid 1993 Rich Wilmot 2001 Chad Severs* 2004 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 2010: Brendan Birmingham

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BIG TEN SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 2003 Chad Severs 2004 Grady Renfrow 2005 David Gray 2006 Ryan Badaracco 2007 Andy Machi 2008 Ryan Badaracco 2009 Jason Yeisley 2010 Drew Cost 2011 Jacob Barron BIG TEN COACH OF THE YEAR 2005 Barry Gorman BIG TEN MEDAL OF HONOR 2009 Jason Yeisley

BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS

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

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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 1991 Mike Hollingsworth 1992 Nigel Sparks 1993 Chris Kelly 26

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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 Corey Hertzog Andrew Wolverton

SCHOLARSHIPS The William Jeffrey Memorial Fund The 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 2011 Justin Lee 2012 Shane Campbell The Charles H. Anderson Soccer Scholarship The 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 All-America recipient for Penn State. 1996 Steve Saunders 1997 Steve Saunders 1999 Derek Potteiger 2000 Derek Potteiger 2001 Derek Potteiger 2002 Gabe Bernstein

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Gabe Bernstein Gabe Bernstein Geordie MacNeill Geordie MacNeill Geordie MacNeill Andres Casais Andres Casais Andres Casais Marvin Ledgister Marvin Ledgister

The Walter Bahr Soccer Scholarship The 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 2011 Jacob Barron 2012 Jacob Barron The Paul H. Tharp Memorial Award The Paul H. Tharp 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 1971 Joe Griffin

PENN STATE HONORS 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 2011 2012

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 Thompson Ricardo Villar David Neves Chad Severs Kenji Treschuk Brian Devlin Brian Devlin Markku Viitanen Jacobo Vera Jacobo Vera Jacobo Vera Brian Forgue Brian Forgue Brian Forgue

The Jane and Don Strickler Soccer Scholarship 2006 Stephen Reihner 2007 Stephen Reihner 2011 Tommy Snyder 2012 Bob Proietto The Dick Packer Scholarship 2006 Jason Yeisley 2007 Jason Yeisley 2008 Jason Yeisley 2009 Jason Yeisley 2010 Corey Hertzog 2011 Julian Cardona 2012 Julian Cardona The David S. Fehr Men’s Soccer Scholarship 2006 Simon Omekanda 2007 Treavor Gelsinger 2008 Treavor Gelsinger 2009 Treavor Gelsinger 2010 Matt Smallwood 2011 Matt Smallwood 2012 Owen Griffith The Michael and Patty Kirschner Endowed Men’s Soccer Scholarship 2006 Conrad Taylor PENN STATE 2012 • MEN’S SOCCER

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Conrad Taylor Warren Gross Warren Gross Warren Gross Andrew Wolverton Andrew Wolverton

The Bernie and Allen Jacobson Scholarship 2012 Kyle MacDonald The Cost Family Scholarship 2012 Christian Kaschak The Ralph and Joan Brower Scholarship 2012 John Gallagher Theseus Athletic Scholarship 2012 Jordan Tyler ACADEMIC HONORS NSCAA Academic All-America 1996 Sebastien Governeur David Weil Drew Kaufmann 2004 David Walters ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® 2005 Conrad Taylor (Second team) 2006 Ryan Badaracco (Third team) Conrad Taylor (Third 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

1995 1996 2000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2010

Stuart Reid Travis Berger Sebastien Gouverneur Stuart Reid Sebastien Gouverneur Derek Potteiger Gabe Bernstein Anthony Calvano David Walters Conrad Taylor Ryan Badaracco Conrad Taylor Jason Yeisley Conrad Taylor Andy Parr Jason Yeisley Andy Parr Drew Cost Andres Casais

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 GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2012

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2012 NITTANY PENN STATE HONORS LIONS 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 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 2010-11: Mackenzie Arment, Matheus Braga, Andres Casais, Marco Ciarla, Drew Cost, Rafael Faria, Brian Forgue, Treavor Gelsinger, Andy Parr, Daniel Parr 2011-12: Mackenzie Arment, Marco Ciarla, Micah Collins, Brian Forgue, Daniel Parr Academic All-America selections in BOLD CAPS Big Ten Distinguished Scholars in bold italics

NATIONAL HONORS Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award 2009 Jason Yeisley 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 28

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Al Daykin Frank Evans Ed Finzel J.E. Fletcher J.W. Bielicki J.W. Bielicki Bob Graham Bill Sutliff Bill McEwan J.W. Bielicki Bill Sutliff Ray Bell Bill McEwan Bill McEwan Felix Barnes Frank Osterlund Ed Mandel Sol Miehoff Bob Schuler Gus Bigott Bob Schuler W.R. “Skip” Hosterman W.R. “Skip” Hosterman Woody King Woody King Anibal Galindo Dean Hartman Jose Lombana John Hamilton Dean Hartman John Hamilton Gene Graebner Dean Hartman Dick Hannah Ralph Hosterman Harry Little 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

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First Team 1941 Woodrow King Anibal Galindo 1942 Dean Hartman Jose Lombana 1943 Jose Lombana 1944 Eugene Grabner 1945 John Hamilton 1946 John Hamilton Dean Hartman 1948 Ralph Hosterman 1949 Harry Little 1950 Harry Little 1954 Dick Packer John Pinezich 1955 Dick Packer 1957 Per Torgerson 1972 Chris Bahr Andy Rymarczuk 1973 Chris Bahr 1974 Chris Bahr 1977 Rich Reice 1978 Jim Stamatis 1981 Dan Canter 1982 Lou Karbeiner 1999 Ricardo Villar Second Team 1941 Donald Megrail 1947 Dean Hartman Ralph Hosterman Fred Kretzer 1948 Dick Hannah 1950 Ray Buss Ron Coleman 1951 Frank Follmer 1954 Paul Dierks 1956 Per Torgerson 1976 Rich Reice 1979 Jim Stamatis 1981 Duncan MacEwan 1995 Stuart Reid 2001 Ricardo Villar 2010 Matheus Braga Corey Hertzog Third Team 1986 Troy Snyder 1992 Nigel Sparks 1994 Stuart Reid 2000 Derek Potteiger 2001 Derek Potteiger 2002 Brent Jacquette Honorable Mention 1942 Harold Freeman

PENN STATE HONORS Samuel Schnure Thomas Williams 1946 Eugene Graebner Timothy Petroff 1948 Harry Little 1949 Dick Hannah 1951 Ron Coleman 1952 Frank Follmer Kurt Klaus 1957 H. Haierhoffer 1958 William Fiedler 1960 Wayne Rodgers 1964 Joseph Correira Nizar Al-Talib 1967 Arthur Morris 1970 Charles Messner 1971 Andy Rymarczuk 1974 Randy Garber 1977 Jim Stamatis 1980 Duncan MacEwan Dan Kanter 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 Jim Stamatis 1978 Jim Stamatis 1979 Jim Stamatis 1980 Dan Canter Duncan MacEwan 1981 Dan Canter Pete Jancevski Duncan MacEwan 1982 Lou Karbiener 1983 Jeff Maierhofer Gerry Moyer 1984 Troy Snyder 1985 Tom Greve Troy Snyder 1986 Paul Moylan Troy Snyder 1987 Paul Moylan 1988 Jan Skorpen 1989 Ted Gillen 1990 Danny Kelly 1991 Nigel Sparks PENN STATE 2012 • MEN’S SOCCER

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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 Matheus Braga Corey Hertzog

TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Year 2010 Corey Hertzog (1st) Matheus Braga (3rd) TopDrawerSoccer.com All-Rookie Team 2010 Jordan Tyler (honorable mention) TopDrawerSoccer.com Player of the Season 2010 Corey Hertzog College Soccer News All-America Team 2010 Corey Hertzog (1st) Matheus Braga (3rd) Goal.com Team of the Year 2010 Corey Hertzog (1st) Matheus Braga (2nd) Philly Soccer News Player of the Year 2010 Corey Hertzog Soccer America Freshman All-America Team 1986 Jan Skorpen

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Danny Kelly Stuart Reid Rich Wilmot Chad Severs Richard Costanzo Conrad Taylor Jason Yeisley

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

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Career Goalkeeping (min. 25 games) Player Years GA Saves GAA Shutouts 1. Whit Gibson 1998-99 39 156 0.78 19.00 2. Angelo Nickas 1978-80 36 185 0.92 17.00 3. Steve Saunders 1985-88 48 170 0.95 14.35 4. Bert Eckelmeyer 1985-88 49 199 1.04 17.98 5. Kurt Merrill 1988-89 32 106 1.08 10.50 Conrad Taylor 2004-07 96 288 1.08 24.00 7. Greg Kenney 1981-84 83 431 1.10 28.25 8. Dan Gallagher 1975-78 48 229 1.13 24.00 Marc Dinacci 1990-93 26 83 1.13 9.77

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

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Career Saves 1. 431 Greg Kenney

1981-84

Season Shutouts 1. 12 Andrew Wolverton 2. 10 Angelo Nickas 10 Whit Gibson 10 Conrad Taylor 4. 9.38 Steve Saunders 5. 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

2011 1980 1998 2005 1994 2009 1999 1982 1977

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

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)

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Season Shots 1. 103 Corey Hertzog 2. 95 Jim Stamatis 3. 92 Peter Jancevski 4. 87 Chad Severs 5. 84 Jim Stamatis 6. 83 Jim Stamatis 7. 82 Jason Yeisley 8. 79 Stuart Reid 9. 78 Ricardo Villar 10. 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

2010 1977 1980 2002 1978 1979 2009 1994 1999 1988 1981

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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 3 Corey Hertzog vs. ODU 2010

Season Goals 1. 24 Dick Packer 2. 23 Jack Pinezich 3. 21 Bill Fiedler 4. 20 Jim Stamatis 20 Corey Hertzog 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 9. 38 Chad Severs 10. 37 Rich Reice 11. 33 Bill Fiedler 33 Corey Hertzog 12. 30 Andy Rymarczuk 30 Larry Miller 14. 29 Frank Megrail 29 Rick Allen 29 Jeff Maierhofer

1955 1952 1957 1977 2010 2002 1986 1993 1979

1992-95 1953-55 1976-79 1986-89 1934-36 1971-74 1978-81 1951-54 2001-04 1974-77 1957-58 2008-10 1969-72 1982-85 1936-38 1969-71 1980-83

Season Points 1. 50 Dick Packer 2. 46 Corey Hertzog 3. 45 Jim Stamatis 4. 44 Jim Stamatis 5. 38 Jan Skorpen 6. 37 Rich Reice 37 Stuart Reid 37 Chad Severs 9. 35 Thomas Greve 35 Travis Berger 11. 34 Jim Stamatis 34 Jan Skorpen 13. 33 Duncan MacEwan 33 Stuart Reid 33 Ricardo Villar

1955 2010 1977 1979 1986 1977 1995 2002 1984 1995 1978 1988 1980 1993 2001

Season Assists 1. 17 Matheus Braga 2. 13 Duncan MacEwan 13 Chris Kelly 13 Ricardo Villar 5. 12 Jim Stamatis 6. 11 Kamel Hadded 11 Chris Kelly

2010 1980 1992 2001 1979 1988 1993

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Career Assists 1. 32 Chris Kelly 2. 31 Ricardo Villar 3. 29 Jim Stamatis 4. 28 Neil Piper 28 Matheus Braga 5. 27 Duncan MacEwan 6. 26 Simon Omekanda 7. 22 Chris Bahr 22 John Marsden 8. 20 Niall Harrison 20 Danny Kelly 10. 19 Andy Rymarczuk 19 Larry Miller 19 Jan Skorpen 19 Derek Potteiger 14. 18 Lou Karbiener 18 Thomas Greve 16. 17 Rich Reice 17 Peter Jancevski 17 Jeff Maierhofer 17 Kamel Haddad

1990-93 1997-2001 1976-79 1991-93 2008-10 1978-81 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

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Goals Assists Points 52 29 133 56 14 126 47 19 113 45 22 112 53 4 110 43 17 103 46 3 95 37 17 91 38 14 90 41 5 87 27 31 85 27 27 81 33 14 80 30 19 79 30 19 79 29 17 75

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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 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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 Thomas Greve, Kevin Jennings Thomas 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 Simon Omekanda Jason Yeisley Treavor Gelsinger Corey Hertzog Corey Hertzog Minh Vu Julian Cardona

Assists 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

Andy Rymarczuk Chris Bahr Brent Buddenhagen Chris Bahr Chris Bahr John Marsden John Marsden Ken McDonald

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Rich Reice Jim Stamatis Jim Stamatis Duncan MacEwan Duncan MacEwan Lou Karbiener Pete Jobling Thomas Greve Thomas Greve Troy Snyder Jan Skorpen Kamel Haddad Danny Kelly Peter Daigle Jan Skorpen Danny Kelly Danny Gil Neil Piper Chris Kelly Chris Kelly Sebastien Governeur Stuart Reid Phil Karn Jon McClay Kevin Silva 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 Matheus Braga Minh Vu

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 4 9 9 6 13 6 6 8 7 9 4 4 6 4 7 17 3

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Rick Allen Andy Rymarczuk Chris Bahr Chris Bahr Chris Bahr John Marsden Rich Reice Jim Stamatis Jim Stamatis Jim Stamatis Duncan MacEwan Peter Jancevski

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Lou Karbiener Larry Miller Thomas Greve Thomas Greve Jan Skorpen Paul Moylan Jan Skorpen Jan Skorpen Danny Kelly Neil Piper Stuart Reid Stuart Reid 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 Corey Hertzog Minh Vu

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

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

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SEASON LEADERS 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 2010 Brendan Birmingham 2011 Andrew Wolverton Goals Against Average 1970 Gary MacMath 1971 Gary MacMath 1972 Gary MacMath 1973 Tim Dantzig 1974 Tim Dantzig 1975 Tim Dantzig 1976 Dan Gallagher 1977 Jeff Heimer 1978 Dan Gallagher 1979 Angelo Nickas 1980 Angelo Nickas 1981 Dave Wilson 1982 Marko Bulatovic 1983 Greg Kenney 1984 Greg Kenney 1985 Bert Eckelmeyer 1986 Bert Eckelmeyer 1987 Bert Eckelmeyer 1988 Bert Eckelmeyer 1989 Kurt Merrill 1990 Keith Engelhardt 1991 Mike Imm 1992 Mike Imm 1993 Mike Barninger 1994 Grant Naylor 1995 Grant Naylor 1996 Steve Saunders 1997 Steve Saunders 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

74 82 53 27 53 58 75 71 76 66 49 69 42 64

1.33 1.90 0.95 1.14 1.34 1.32 1.16 0.34 1.04 0.99 0.94 0.80 0.72 1.40 1.04 1.38 0.57 0.70 0.96 1.07 1.44 1.49 1.33 0.82 0.73 1.05 0.90 1.49 0.77 0.86 0.92 0.65 0.74 1.37 1.02 0.78 1.16 1.42 1.56 0.83

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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 2010 Brendan Birmingham 2011 Andrew Wolverton

1.20 0.61

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 1,297 2,080

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POSTSEASON HISTORY Date Round Nov. 17, 1970 First Nov. 24, 1970 Second Nov. 20, 1971 First Nov. 30, 1971 Second Dec. 4, 1971 Quarterfinals Nov. 21, 1972 First Nov. 28, 1972 Second Nov. 21, 1973 First Nov. 26, 1973 Second Nov. 19, 1974 First Nov. 20, 1975 First Nov. 15, 1976 First Nov. 16, 1977 First Nov. 19, 1977 Second Nov. 15, 1978 First Nov. 25, 1979 Second Nov. 30, 1979 Third Dec. 8, 1979 Semifinals Dec. 9, 1979 Third Place Nov. 22, 1980 Second Dec. 7, 1980 Third Nov. 21, 1981 Second Nov. 17, 1982 First Nov. 20, 1982 Second Nov. 18, 1984 First Nov. 25, 1984 Second Nov. 23, 1985 Second Dec. 1, 1985 Third Nov. 22, 1986 Second Nov. 30, 1986 Third Nov. 12, 1988 First Nov. 12, 1989 First Nov. 15, 1992 First Nov. 22, 1992 Second Nov. 14, 1993 First Nov. 20, 1993 Second Nov. 18, 1994 First Nov. 27, 1994 Second Nov. 19, 1995 First Nov. 22, 1998 First Nov. 28, 1998 Second Nov. 20, 1999 First Nov. 28, 1999 Second Dec. 5, 1999 Third Nov. 25, 2001 Second Dec. 1, 2001 Third Nov. 27, 2002 Second Dec. 1, 2002 Third Dec. 7, 2002 Quarterfinals Nov. 23, 2004 Second Nov. 22, 2005 Second Nov. 27, 2005 Third Nov. 22, 2009 Second Nov. 21, 2010 Second Nov. 28, 2010 Third

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 Old Dominion 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 Fairleigh Dickinson 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 Penn State Maryland

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 W, 4-1 L, 1-0

Home: 19-7-1 Declared national champions in 1926*, 1929, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1938*, 1939*,1940, 1949*, 1954, 1955* Away: 4-20 *tie Neutral: 1-1

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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 25-28-1 25-29-1

COACHING HISTORY BOB WARMING 2010-present Career Record: 406-197-69 In his first year in Happy Valley, Bob Warming, the sixth winningest active NCAA Division I coach, led Penn State to a 14-8-1 record and to the third round of the NCAA Championship. The 2010 Nittany Lions featured the nation’s leader in goals and points (Corey Hertzog) and assists (Matheus Braga). BARRY GORMAN 1988-2009 Career Record: 266-158-42 Barry Gorman, the program’s all-time winningest coach with 266 career victories, led Penn State to three Big Ten Conference Championships, and two Atlantic 10 Conference Championships and earned three NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year awards. Gorman coached seven All-Americans, 22 First Team All-Big Ten honorees, and 21 AllRegion honorees. 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.

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

LARRY LONGHURST 1923 Career Record: 4-0-1 Longhurst coached for just one year; a season in which his Lions were unbeaten and scored 20 goals in just five games. 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 Over Leonard’s two seasons in leading the progam, the Lions outscored their opponents by an impressive 29-6 margin.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1965

Head Coach: Ken Hosterman 3-6-0 Oct. 2 West Chester 3-1 Oct. 9 West Virginia 9-2 Oct. 16 at Colgate 5-3 Oct. 20 at Bucknell 3-1 Oct. 23 Navy 4-0 Oct. 27 Maryland 7-0 Nov. 6 Temple 3-0 Nov. 10 at Army 7-1 Nov. 13 at Gettysburg 3-2

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Head Coach: Ken Hosterman 1-7-2 Oct. 8 at West Virginia 3-2 L Oct. 13 West Chester 3-0 L Oct. 15 at Army 3-1 L Oct. 20 at Bucknell 1-1 T Oct. 22 at Colgate 2-0 L Oct. 27 Navy 3-0 L Oct. 31 Maryland 1-1 T Nov. 12 Temple 3-0 L Nov. 12 Gettysburg 6-1 W Nov. 19 Pittsburgh 2-1 L

1967

Head Coach: Ken Hosterman 5-4-1 Oct. 7 West Virginia 6-2 Oct. 11 at West Chester 1-0 Oct. 14 Army 7-0 Oct. 21 Colgate 5-3 Oct. 25 at Navy 1-0 Oct. 28 at Maryland 2-2 Nov. 4 at Temple 3-1 Nov. 4 Bucknell 3-1 Nov. 10 Gettysburg 2-0 Nov. 18 at Pittsburgh 7-1

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Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 0-6-3 Oct. 5 at West Virginia 2-1 L Oct. 9 West Chester 5-2 L Oct. 12 at Army 6-3 L Oct. 16 at Bucknell 2-1 L Oct. 19 at George Washington 4-4 T Oct. 26 Navy 3-0 L Nov. 2 Maryland 6-0 L Nov. 9 Temple 1-1 T Nov. 23 Pittsburgh 1-1 T

Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 3-6-0 Oct. 4 at West Virginia 2-0 Oct. 8 West Chester 2-0 Oct. 10 at Army 3-0 Oct. 15 at Bucknell 3-1 Oct. 18 at George Washington 1-0 Oct. 25 Navy 5-0 Nov. 1 Maryland 6-0 Nov. 8 Temple 4-2 Nov. 22 Pittsburgh 3-2

1970

Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 9-3-0 Oct. 3 West Virginia 5-0 W Oct. 7 at West Chester 3-1 W Oct. 10 Army 3-2 L Oct. 14 Bucknell 3-1 W Oct. 17 George Washington 6-1 W Oct. 24 at Navy 2-1 W Oct. 31 at Maryland 3-2 L Nov. 4 Shippensburg 5-2 W Nov. 7 at Temple 1-0 W Nov. 14 at Pittsburgh 2-1 W 1970 NCAA Championship Nov. 17 at Delaware 2-1 W Nov. 24 Phila. Textile 2-1 L Leading scorers: Rick Allen 13-1-27, Andy Rymarczuk 6-9-21, Tom Kehan 7-2-16

1971

Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 9-3-1 Oct. 6 West Chester 5-0 W Oct. 9 at Army 3-2 L Oct. 13 at Bucknell 4-2 W Oct. 16 at George Washington 4-1 W Oct. 23 Navy 2-1 W Oct. 27 at West Virginia 1-0 L Oct. 30 Maryland 3-3 T Nov. 3 at Shippensburg 5-2 W Nov. 6 Temple 9-0 W Nov. 13 Pittsburgh 5-1 W 1971 NCAA Championship Nov. 20 Saint Joseph’s 4-1 W Nov. 30 at Pennsylvania 2-1 W Dec. 4 at Howard 8-0 L Leading scorers: Andy Rymarczuk 14-4-32, Chris Bahr 12-6-30, Rick Allen 8-5-21

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Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 9-1-2 Sept. 29 George Washington 8-1 W Oct. 4 at West Chester 4-0 W Oct. 6 West Virginia 6-4 W Oct. 11 Bucknell 2-0 W Oct. 13 Army 3-0 W Oct. 21 at Maryland 0-0 T Oct. 28 at Navy 2-0 W Nov. 3 Shippensburg 2-1 W Nov. 10 at Temple 5-3 W Nov. 17 at Pittsburgh 0-0 T 1972 NCAA Championship Nov. 21 Saint Joseph’s 2-0 W Nov. 28 at Pennsylvania 3-1 L Leading scorers: Chris Bahr 10-7-27, Andy Rymarczuk 7-6-20, Rick Allen 5-4-14

1973

Head Coach: Herb Schmidt 8-2-2 Oct. 3 West Chester 3-0 W Oct. 6 at West Virginia 3-1 L Oct. 10 at Bucknell 3-1 W Oct. 12 at Army 2-2 T Oct. 19 Maryland 5-1 W Oct. 26 Navy 4-1 W Nov. 2 at Shippensburg 1-0 W Nov. 6 at East Stroudsburg 1-0 W Nov. 9 Temple 1-1 T Nov. 16 Pittsburgh 6-2 W 1973 NCAA Championship Nov. 21 Phila. Textile 5-3 W Nov. 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

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 8-1-3 Sept. 13 East Stroudsburg 3-2 W Sept. 18 West Virginia 7-2 W Sept. 27 Hartwick 5-1 W Oct. 2 at West Chester 3-1 W Oct. 9 Bucknell 1-1 T Oct. 11 Army 2-2 T Oct. 18 at Maryland 1-1 T Oct. 25 at Navy 2-1 W Nov. 1 Shippensburg 7-0 W Nov. 8 at Temple 3-1 W Nov. 15 at Pittsburgh 6-3 W 1974 NCAA Championship Nov. 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

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1975

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 9-5-1 Sept. 12 Lock Haven 1-1 Sept. 16 at East Stroudsburg 4-2 Sept. 19 Trenton State 6-0 Sept. 23 Scranton 3-0 Sept. 30 West Chester 4-0 Oct. 3 at West Virginia 2-0 Oct. 10 at Army 2-1 Oct. 14 at Bucknell 2-0 Oct. 17 Maryland 2-1 Oct. 24 Navy 2-1 Oct. 31 at Shippensburg 2-0 Nov. 7 Temple 4-2 Nov. 14 Pittsburgh 8-1 Nov. 16 Hartwick 2-0 1975 NCAA Championship at Temple Nov. 20 Philadelphia Textile 4-3 Leading scorers: John Marsden 7-8-22, Bodossian 8-1-17, Steve Reid 6-4-16

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Head Coach: Walter Bahr 10-4-1 Sept. 10 Lock Haven 3-0 Sept. 17 Trenton State 5-0 Sept. 21 at Scranton 3-2 Sept. 24 Hartwick 2-1 Sept. 28 at West Chester 3-2 Oct. 1 West Virginia 3-1 Oct. 8 Army 3-1 Oct. 12 Bucknell 5-0 Oct. 15 Maryland 4-0 Oct. 19 East Stroudsburg 3-0 Oct. 22 at Navy 1-0 Oct. 29 Shippensburg 8-0 Nov. 5 at Temple 2-1 Nov. 12 at Pittsburgh 0-0 1976 NCAA Championship Nov. 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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Head Coach: Walter Bahr 13-3-0 Sept. 9 Lock Haven Sept. 16 Trenton State Sept. 21 Scranton Sept. 25 at Hartwick Sept. 27 West Chester Sept. 30 at West Virginia Oct. 7 at Army Oct. 11 at Bucknell Oct. 14 Maryland Oct. 18 at East Stroudsburg Oct. 21 Navy Oct. 28 at Shippensburg Nov. 1 Pittsburgh Nov. 4 Temple

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1977 NCAA Championship Nov. 16 Pennsylvania 5-1 W Nov. 19 Philadelphia Textile 3-0 L Leading scorers:: Jim Stamatis 20-5-45, Rich Reice 14-9-37, Bob Ehrlich 6-5-17

1978

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 11-5-1 Sept. 6 Lock Haven 5-1 W Sept. 8 Cleveland State 3-2 W Sept. 16 at Indiana 2-0 L Sept. 17 Southern Illinois* 2-0 W Sept. 22 Hartwick 4-3 L Sept. 26 at West Chester 6-0 W Sept. 29 West Virginia 4-0 W Oct. 2 San Francisco 2-0 L Oct. 4 Rhode Island 2-0 W Oct. 10 Bucknell 8-0 W Oct. 14 at Maryland 1-0 W Oct. 17 East Stroudsburg 6-1 W Oct. 25 at Pittsburgh 2-0 L Oct. 29 Shippensburg 6-0 W Nov. 3 at Temple 1-1 T Nov. 10 Akron 4-0 W 1978 NCAA Championship Nov. 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

1979

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 18-4-1 Sept. 5 Lock Haven 3-2 W Sept. 8 at Akron 0-0 T Sept. 14 Long Island 5-0 W Sept. 16 at Rhode Island 3-2 L Sept. 21 Alderson-Broaddus 5-1 W Sept. 25 West Chester 5-1 W Sept. 28 at West Virginia 3-1 W Sept. 30 at Cleveland State 4-0 L Oct. 5 Lafayette 3-2 W Oct. 9 at Bucknell 2-1 W Oct. 12 Maryland 1-0 L Oct. 14 LaSalle 4-1 W Oct. 16 at East Stroudsburg 4-2 W Oct. 19 Fordham 6-0 W Oct. 23 Pittsburgh 6-0 W Oct. 26 at Navy 1-0 W Oct. 28 at Shippensburg 5-2 W Nov. 2 Temple 1-0 W Nov. 9 Connecticut 2-1 W 1979 NCAA Championship Nov. 25 Princeton 3-1 W Nov. 30 Indiana 2-0 W Dec. 8 Southern Illinois 2-1 L Dec. 9 Columbia 2-1 W Leading scorers: Jim Stamatis 16-12-44, Peter Jancevski 9-8-26, Duncan MacEwan 11-2-24

1980

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 18-3-1 Sept. 9 at Penn State-Behrend 6-0 W Sept. 12 Akron 2-1 W Sept. 14 at Indiana 2-0 L Sept. 19 Alderson-Broaddus 4-0 W Sept. 21 at West Chester 3-2 W Sept. 26 Cleveland State 2-1 W Sept. 29 St. Louis 3-2 W Oct. 3 Fordham 6-0 W Oct. 7 Bucknell 5-1 W Oct. 10 at Maryland 2-1 L Oct. 14 East Stroudsburg 4-0 W Oct. 17 William & Mary 1-0 W Oct. 19 Notre Dame 4-2 W Oct. 22 at Pittsburgh 2-0 W Oct. 24 Navy 1-0 W Oct. 28 Shippensburg 5-1 W Oct. 31 Binghamton 6-0 W Nov. 4 Lehigh 4-1 W Nov. 9 at Connecticut 0-0 T Nov. 14 Towson State 3-0 W 1980 NCAA Championship Nov. 22 at Philadelphia Textile 3-2 W Dec. 7 at Indiana 3-1 L Leading scorers: Duncan MacEwan 10-13-33, Peter Jancevski 12-5-29

1981

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 15-5-1 Sept. 4 West Va. Wesleyan 6-0 Sept. 7 St. John’s 2-0 Sept. 11 Loyola 2-0 Sept. 13 at Akron 2-1 Sept. 16 West Chester 4-0 Sept. 19 at William & Mary 2-1 Sept. 22 Lock Haven 3-2 Sept. 25 West Virginia 1-0 Sept. 27 at Cleveland State 1-1 Oct. 2 Fordham 6-0 Oct. 9 Maryland 2-0 Oct. 13 at East Stroudsburg 3-0 Oct. 17 at Long Island 3-1 Oct. 20 Pittsburgh 5-0 Oct. 23 at Navy 1-0 Oct. 30 Fairleigh Dickinson 3-1 Nov. 3 at Lehigh 1-0 Nov. 6 Connecticut 3-2 Nov. 8 at Temple 3-1 Nov. 12 at Lafayette 4-1 1981 NCAA Championship Nov. 21 at Philadelphia Textile 2-0 Leading scorers: Peter Jancevski 13-4-30, Maierhofer 7-5-19

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Head Coach: Walter Bahr 16-5-2 Sept. 1 Davis & Elkins 1-0 W Sept. 5 at Hartwick 4-3 L Sept. 7 at West Virginia 1-0 W Sept. 10 Rhode Island 3-2 W Sept. 12 at Loyola (Md.) 2-0 W Sept. 14 at West Chester 2-1 W Sept. 18 at Southern Illinois 2-1 L Sept. 24 Cleveland State 2-1 W Sept. 28 at Alderson-Broaddus 4-1 L Oct. 1 Akron 3-0 W Oct. 3 Wake Forest 1-1 T Oct. 8 Lock Haven 3-2 W Oct. 11 East Stroudsburg 5-0 W Oct. 13 Long Island 1-1 T Oct. 19 at Bucknell 6-0 W Oct. 22 Navy 4-1 W Oct. 26 at Pittsburgh 2-0 W Oct. 29 Rutgers 3-0 W Oct. 31 at Connecticut 3-2 L Nov. 5 Temple 2-0 W Nov. 12 Lafayette 4-1 W 1982 NCAA Championship Nov. 17 Fairleigh Dickinson 1-0 W Nov. 20 Philadelphia Textile 2-0 L Leading scorers: Lou Karbiener 10-8-28, Larry Miller 12-3-27, Jeff Maierhofer 10-4-24

1983

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 11-8-1 Sept. 2 Indiana 2-1 W Sept. 5 at Navy 3-2 L Sept. 9 West Virginia 4-1 W Sept. 11 at Rhode Island 3-0 W Sept. 16 West Va. Wesleyan 2-1 W Sept. 20 at Cleveland State 1-0 W Sept. 24 at Fairleigh Dickinson 2-1 L Sept. 27 Pittsburgh 8-3 W Sept. 30 Howard 2-0 W Oct. 2 at Akron 0-0 T Oct. 7 Lock Haven 1-0 L Oct. 11 at East Stroudsburg 2-0 W Oct. 15 at Long Island 2-1 L Oct. 18 Bucknell 5-0 W Oct. 21 Hartwick 2-1 L Oct. 23 at Rutgers 5-2 L Oct. 28 Connecticut 3-2 W Nov. 5 at Temple 5-1 L Nov. 8 at Lafayette 2-1 L Nov. 11 West Chester 5-1 W Leading scorers: Larry Miller 9-6-24, Bob Waizenegger 9-1-19, Jeff Maierhofer 7-2-16

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1986

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 17-5-1 Sept. 1 Navy 6-2 W Sept. 4 Akron 0-0 T Sept. 7 Rhode Island 3-0 W Sept. 11 at West Virginia 3-1 W Sept. 14 Drexel 3-0 W Sept. 16 at West Chester 7-1 W Sept. 21 Fairleigh Dickinson 2-1 W Sept. 25 at Pittsburgh 2-0 W Sept. 28 Duke 1-0 W Oct. 2 Lock Haven 2-1 W Oct. 5 Rutgers 3-2 L Oct. 9 East Stroudsburg 4-1 W Oct. 12 Cleveland State 2-1 L Oct. 16 at Bucknell 3-1 W Oct. 20 at Hartwick 5-2 L Oct. 23 at Shippensburg 7-0 W Oct. 28 at Connecticut 2-1 W Nov. 2 Temple 2-1 W Nov. 6 Lafayette 3-1 W Nov. 9 South Florida* 2-1 W Nov. 11 Tampa# 2-1 L 1984 NCAA Championship Nov. 18 Philadelphia Textile 5-0 W Nov. 25 at Fairleigh Dickinson 1-0 L * at Tampa # at South Florida Leading scorers: Thomas Greve 13-9-35, Kevin Jennings 14-3-31, Niall Harrison 11-6-28

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 12-6-5 Sept. 1 Navy 1-1 T Sept. 5 Gannon 3-2 W Sept. 8 at Shippensburg 1-0 W Sept. 12 Akron 1-0 L Sept. 16 at Rutgers 1-0 W Sept. 19 FDU-Teaneck 2-1 W Sept. 21 at West Chester 6-0 W Sept. 24 Lock Haven 2-1 L Sept. 27 at Long Island 3-1 L Oct. 3 at Tampa 1-1 T Oct. 4 at South Florida 3-3 T Oct. 7 Lafayette 1-0 L Oct. 10 Seton Hall 1-1 T Oct. 14 at Bucknell 4-0 W Oct. 18 at Hartwick 3-2 W Oct. 21 Delaware 3-1 W Oct. 24 Notre Dame 3-0 W Oct. 26 at Connecticut 3-3 T Oct. 31 Temple 2-1 W Nov. 6 at East Stroudsburg 2-0 W Nov. 9 Cleveland State 1-0 L 1986 NCAA Championship Nov. 22 Seton Hall 2-0 W Nov. 30 at Akron 4-3 L Leading scorers: Jan Skorpen 17-4-38, Jay Ruby 7-3-17, Steve Potter 6-5-17

1985

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 12-6-3 Sept. 1 at Navy 3-2 W Sept. 4 Bowling Green 1-0 L Sept. 8 Shippensburg 2-0 W Sept. 11 Seton Hall 4-1 L Sept. 15 at West Virginia 1-1 T Sept. 18 Rutgers 4-0 L Sept. 20 at FDU-Teaneck 3-2 L Sept. 25 Long Island 2-1 W Sept. 29 at St. Bonaventure 3-0 W Oct. 2 St. Louis 4-1 L Oct. 4 George Mason 2-1 L Oct. 9 at Akron 1-0 W Oct. 13 Bucknell 7-0 W Oct. 16 Hartwick 1-1 T Oct. 20 at Lafayette 2-1 W Oct. 23 Connecticut 2-2 T Oct. 27 Ohio State 5-0 W Oct. 30 George Washington 3-0 W Nov. 1 at Temple 1-0 W Atlantic 10 Tournament at Rutgers Nov. 7 George Washington 1-0 W Nov. 8 Rutgers 1-0 W Leading scorers: Paul Moylan 11-4-26, Kammel Haddad 8-4-20, Jan Skorpen 7-5-19

Head Coach: Walter Bahr 15-6-1 Sept. 1 at Navy 1-0 W Sept. 4 Shippensburg 5-1 W Puma Invitational at St. Louis University Sept. 6 vs. San Francisco 3-2 L Sept. 7 at St. Louis 2-1 W Sept. 13 West Virginia 4-1 W Sept. 15 at Akron 2-1 L Sept. 20 West Chester 5-1 W Sept. 22 at Fairleigh Dickinson 3-1 W Sept. 27 Saint Joseph’s 4-0 W Sept. 29 at Duke 3-0 L Oct. 4 Long Island 3-2 L Oct. 8 at Lafayette 2-1 W Oct. 11 Howard 2-1 W Oct. 15 Bucknell 2-0 W Oct. 18 Hartwick 3-0 L Oct. 22 Pittsburgh 3-0 W Oct. 25 Connecticut 2-1 W Oct. 27 at Rhode Island 3-2 W Nov. 1 at Temple 1-1 T Nov. 8 LaSalle 5-0 W 1985 NCAA Championship Nov. 23 Temple 6-5 W Dec. 1 at Evansville 1-0 L Leading scorers: Thomas Greve 10-9-29, Dave Dabora 9-4-22, Kevin Jennings 9-3-21, Niall Harrison 7-7-21

1987

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1988

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 14-7-3, 3-0 A-10 ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONS Sept. 1 MUHLENBERG 3-0 W Sept. 3 VILLANOVA 1-0 W Sept. 5 at George Washington 1-0 W Sept. 9 WEST VIRGINIA 3-0 W Sept. 11 at Long Island 4-1 L Sept. 16 PHILA. TEXTILE (OT) 1-1 T Sept. 18 at Seton Hall (OT) 4-3 L Sept. 23 FDU-TEANECK 3-1 W Sept. 27 ST. BONAVENTURE 4-0 W Sept. 30 WRIGHT STATE 1-0 W Oct. 2 at Princeton 4-1 L Oct. 4 at Shippensburg 2-0 W Oct. 7 AKRON 2-1 L Oct. 11 at Cleveland State 4-1 W Oct. 15 at Hartwick (OT) 0-0 T Oct. 18 PENNSYLVANIA 4-2 W Oct. 21 HOWARD 2-1 L Oct. 23 at Connecticut 1-0 W Oct. 25 at Bucknell 3-0 W Gatorade Invitational at FIU Oct. 28 Notre Dame 3-1 L Oct. 29 Florida International 0-0 T Atlantic 10 Tournament at Rutgers Nov. 4 George Washington (OT) 3-1 W Nov. 6 Rutgers 2-0 W 1988 NCAA Championship Nov. 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

1989

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 12-6-5, 3-0 A-10 Atlantic 10 Champions Air Force Invitational Sept. 2 Evansville 1-0 Sept. 4 Air Force 0-0 Sept. 8 LONG ISLAND 3-0 Sept. 10 at FDU-Teaneck 2-0 Sept. 15 GEORGE WASHINGTON 2-1 Sept. 17 at Philadelphia Textile (OT) 1-1 Sept. 19 GANNON 1-0 Sept. 22 SETON HALL 6-3 Sept. 24 PRINCETON 1-0 Met Life Classic at Old Dominion Sept. 29 William & Mary 1-0 Oct. 1 Old Dominion 2-1 Oct. 3 SHIPPENSBURG 6-1 Oct. 6 at Akron (OT) 2-0 Oct. 10 at St. Bonaventure 4-1 Oct. 13 HARTWICK 1-0 Oct. 17 at West Virginia 3-0 Oct. 20 CONNECTICUT 2-1 Oct. 24 CLEVELAND STATE 1-0 Oct. 27 TEMPLE 2-1 Oct. 31 at Bucknell 3-1

Atlantic 10 Tournament Nov. 3 GEORGE WASHINGTON 3-2 W Nov. 5 RUTGERS (OT) 2-1 W 1989 NCAA Championship Nov. 12 HOWARD (Shootout) 1-2 T Leading scorers: Jan Skorpen 9-4-22, Danny Kelly 7-4-18, Steve Frantz 7-4-18

1990

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 11-8-2, 6-1-1 A-10 Sept. 1 DREXEL 2-1 W Sept. 3 RADFORD (OT) 3-1 W Sept. 7 CAMPBELL 4-1 L Sept. 9 at Massachusetts (OT) 1-0 W Sept. 14 PHILA. TEXTILE 2-0 L Sept. 16 at Seton Hall 3-1 L Sept. 21 RUTGERS 3-0 W Sept. 23 at Rhode Island (OT) 2-1 W Sept. 28 ST. JOSEPH’S 5-1 W Sept. 30 at Temple 3-0 L Oct. 5 AKRON 2-1 W Oct. 7 at George Washington 0-0 T Oct. 13 at Hartwick (OT) 3-2 L Oct. 16 ST. BONAVENTURE 5-0 W Oct. 19 WEST VIRGINIA 4-0 W Oct. 21 at Connecticut 2-2 T Met Life Classic at South Carolina Oct. 27 Indiana 2-1 L Oct. 28 Nevada-Las Vegas 6-1 L Oct. 30 BUCKNELL 2-1 W Atlantic 10 Tournament at Rutgers Nov. 3 Temple (OT) 2-1 W Nov. 4 Rutgers (OT) 3-1 L Leading scorers: Danny Kelly 9-8-26, Thomas Agesen 5-2-12, Danny Gil 4-3-11, Steve Thomas 4-3-11, Eric Friberg 4-2-10

1991

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Head Coach: Barry Gorman 11-9, 3-2 Big Ten Met Life Classic at Indiana Sept. 6 Saint Louis 2-1 Sept. 8 Indiana 5-3 Sept. 14 Seton Hall* 2-0 Sept. 17 LOCK HAVEN 4-2 Sept. 21 at Rutgers 2-1 Sept. 24 at Drexel 1-0 Sept. 27 TEMPLE 1-0 Sept. 29 at Philadelphia Textile (OT) 3-2 Oct. 4 at Akron (OT) 3-2 Oct. 6 NORTHWESTERN 1-0 Oct. 9 at Ohio State 4-1 Oct. 12 HARTWICK 3-1 Oct. 18 FDU-TEANECK 2-0 Oct. 22 LAFAYETTE 3-1 Oct. 25 CONNECTICUT 3-2 Oct. 27 at Michigan State 2-1 Oct. 30 at Bucknell 1-0 Nov. 3 WISCONSIN 3-1 Big Ten Championship at Indiana Nov. 8 Northwestern 2-0

Nov. 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

1992

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 16-8, 3-2 Big Ten Met Life Classic at Virginia Sept. 5 Virginia 4-0 L Sept. 6 George Mason 4-1 L Sept. 9 VILLANOVA 3-1 W Sept. 12 at Seton Hall (OT) 3-2 W Sept. 15 DREXEL 4-0 W Sept. 18 RUTGERS 3-0 W Sept. 22 at Lafayette 1-0 W Sept. 25 PHILA. TEXTILE 1-0 W Sept. 27 at Temple 3-1 W Oct. 2 INDIANA (OT) 3-1 W Oct. 4 Akron* 4-3 W Oct. 9 at Northwestern 3-0 W Oct. 11 at Wisconsin 2-1 L Oct. 16 LOCK HAVEN (OT) 2-1 L Oct. 18 OHIO STATE 3-2 L Oct. 21 at FDU-Teaneck 4-0 W Oct. 24 MICHIGAN STATE 1-0 W Oct. 27 BUCKNELL 1-0 W Nov. 1 at Connecticut 2-1 L Big Ten Championship at Indiana Nov. 5 Michigan State 5-0 W Nov. 6 Wisconsin 2-1 W Nov. 7 Indiana 2-1 L 1992 NCAA Championship Nov. 15 ADELPHI 2-1 W Nov. 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 5-10-20, Nigel Sparks 8-3-19

1993

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Head Coach: Barry Gorman 17-4-2, 3-2-1 Big Ten BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Sept. 4 BUFFALO 1-0 Sept. 7 SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 3-0 Sept. 10 SETON HALL 5-1 Sept. 14 at Akron 5-1 Sept. 18 at Rutgers 1-0 Sept. 21 LAFAYETTE 3-0 Sept. 24 TEMPLE 7-0 Notre Dame Classic Oct. 1 Indiana 4-1 Oct. 2 at Notre Dame 1-0 Oct. 8 NORTHWESTERN 3-0 Oct. 10 WISCONSIN (OT) 2-2 Oct. 15 FDU-TEANECK 5-1 Oct. 17 at Ohio State 2-1 Oct. 19 at Bucknell 3-2 Oct. 22 CONNECTICUT 5-0 Oct. 24 at Michigan State 1-0 Oct. 27 LOCK HAVEN (OT) 1-0 GoPSUsports.com • PENN STATE 2012

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Oct. 30 at Hartwick (OT) 0-0 T Big Ten Championship at Wisconsin Nov. 5 Northwestern 2-1 W Nov. 6 Indiana 1-0 W Nov. 7 Wisconsin 1-0 W 1993 NCAA Championship Nov. 14 ROBERT MORRIS 3-0 W Nov. 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 5-919, Nick Scott 8-2-18, Jeff Lear 3-5-11

1994

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 16-6-1, 4-1 Big Ten Sept. 3 vs. Notre Dame 1-0 W Sept. 6 CLEVELAND STATE 3-0 W Sept. 10 at Seton Hall 3-2 W Sept. 13 SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 3-1 W Sept. 16 RUTGERS (OT) 3-2 W Sept. 20 at Lafayette (OT) 3-0 W Sept. 23 PHILA. TEXTILE (OT) 1-1 T Sept. 25 at Temple (OT) 2-0 W Sept. 30 INDIANA 2-1 L Oct. 7 at Northwestern 2-1 W Oct. 9 at Wisconsin 1-0 W Oct. 11 at Army (OT) 1-0 W Oct. 15 OHIO STATE 2-0 W Oct. 18 BUCKNELL 6-0 W Oct. 22 MICHIGAN STATE (OT) 1-0 W Oct. 25 at FDU-Teaneck 1-0 L Southern Bell Classic at Miami, Fla. Oct. 28 vs. Fla. International (OT) 3-2 L Oct. 30 vs. Marquette 3-1 L Nov. 5 PITTSBURGH 4-0 W Big Ten Championship at Ohio State Nov. 12 Ohio State 3-0 W Nov. 13 Indiana 3-1 L 1994 NCAA Championship Nov. 18 ROBERT MORRIS 3-0 W Nov. 27 at Rutgers (OT) 3-2 L 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

1995

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 15-5, 4-1 Big Ten Reebok/Cal State-Fullerton Invitational Sept. 2 at Cal State-Fullerton 3-2 Sept. 4 UCLA 4-1 Sept. 8 SETON HALL 2-1 Sept. 12 at Cleveland State 4-1 Sept. 15 SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 5-0 Sept. 20 LAFAYETTE 4-1 Sept. 23 AKRON (OT) 2-1 Sept. 25 at Philadelphia Textile 5-2 Sept.29 at Indiana 2-1 Oct. 6 NORTHWESTERN 6-1 Oct. 8 WISCONSIN 2-0 Oct. 13 ARMY 6-1 Oct. 15 at Ohio State 3-0 40

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Oct. 18 at Bucknell 4-0 W Oct. 22 at Michigan State 1-0 W Oct. 27 HARTWICK 5-0 W Oct. 29 UW-GREEN BAY 3-1 W Nov. 3 at Pennsylvania 3-1 W Big Ten Championship at Michigan State Nov. 12 Indiana 3-1 L 1995 NCAA Championship Nov. 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

1996

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 11-6-2, 2-2-1 Big Ten Adidas Invitational at Portland, Oregon Sept. 7 at Portland (OT) 1-0 L Sept. 8 vs. Washington 2-0 L Sept. 11 TEMPLE 6-1 W Sept. 14 at Seton Hall 2-1 W Sept. 17 SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 3-0 W Sept. 21 TOWSON STATE 3-1 W Sept. 25 at Lafayette 2-1 W Sept. 28 at Hartwick 5-0 W Oct. 4 INDIANA (OT) 1-1 T Oct. 8 PHILA. TEXTILE 7-0 W Oct. 11 at Northwestern 3-1 W Oct. 13 at Wisconsin 3-2 L Oct. 20 at Akron 2-1 L Oct. 23 BUCKNELL 1-0 W Oct. 26 MICHIGAN STATE 2-0 L Nov. 1 LOYOLA (Md.) 2-0 L Nov. 8 OHIO STATE 1-0 W Big Ten Championship at Penn State Nov. 15 OHIO STATE 3-0 W Nov. 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

1997

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 10-10-1, 2-3 Big Ten Aug. 30 at William & Mary 2-1 Sept. 1 at Loyola, Md. (OT) 2-2 Sept. 5 SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 3-1 Sept. 9 at Temple 2-0 Duke Invitational at Durham, N.C. Sept. 12 at Duke 4-0 Sept. 13 vs. North Carolina State 3-0 Sept. 20 at Towson State (OT) 1-0 Sept. 23 LAFAYETTE 3-0 Penn State Nike Classic Sept. 26 PENNSYLVANIA 1-0 Sept. 27 ARMY 2-0 Oct. 3 at Indiana 2-0 Oct. 10 NORTHWESTERN 3-0 Oct. 12 WISCONSIN (OT) 2-1 Oct. 17 CLEVELAND STATE 2-0 Oct. 19 at Ohio State (OT) 2-1

Oct. 22 at Bucknell (OT) 2-1 W Oct. 26 at Michigan State 3-2 L Nov. 1 HARTWICK (OT) 2-1 L Nov. 8 at James Madison 5-0 L Big Ten Championship at Indiana Nov. 14 Wisconsin 2-0 W Nov. 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

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 14-6-2, 4-1 Big Ten Sept. 1 SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 8-0 W Sept. 4 at Akron 1-0 W Sept. 8 WILLIAM & MARY (OT) 1-0 L Penn State Nike Classic Sept. 11 PORTLAND (2OT) 0-0 T Sept. 13 LOYOLA (Md.) 3-1 W Virginia Commonwealth Nike Classic Sept. 19 American 2-0 L Sept. 20 at Va. Commonwealth 1-0 W Army Invitational, West Point, N.Y. Sept. 25 at Army 2-1 W Sept. 27 vs. Hartford 2-2 T Oct. 2 vs. Indiana (OT) 1-0 L Oct. 9 at Northwestern 1-0 W Oct. 11 at Wisconsin 3-2 W Oct. 15 at Cleveland State 1-0 W Oct. 18 OHIO STATE (OT) 1-0 W Oct. 21 BUCKNELL 7-1 W Oct. 25 MICHIGAN STATE 1-0 W Oct. 31 at Hartwick 2-0 L Nov. 7 vs. James Madison 1-0 W Big Ten Championship at Northwestern Nov. 14 Ohio State (2OT) 3-2 W Nov. 15 Indiana (2OT) 1-0 L 1998 NCAA Championship Nov. 22 at Connecticut 1-0 W Nov. 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

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Head Coach: Barry Gorman 19-4-1, 3-2 Big Ten Sept. 3 at Clemson 3-2 Sept. 5 at Loyola (Md.) 2-1 Sept. 10 VILLANOVA 6-3 Sept. 14 ROBERT MORRIS 3-0 Penn State Nike Classic Sept. 17 NEW HAMPSHIRE (OT) 2-1 Sept. 18 AKRON 3-2 Sept. 24 BOWLING GREEN (2OT) 1-0 Sept. 26 FIU (OT) 1-0 Oct. 1 at Indiana 4-2 Oct. 5 CLEVELAND STATE 1-0 Oct. 8 NORTHWESTERN 1-0 Oct. 10 WISCONSIN (OT) 2-1 Oct. 17 Ohio State 1-0 Oct. 22 SETON HALL 2-1 Oct. 24 MICHIGAN STATE (OT) 1-0

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2000

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 13-6-2, 3-2-1 Big Ten New Hampshire Nike Classic Sept. 1 vs. Vermont 3-0 W Sept. 3 at New Hampshire (OT) 2-1 W Sept. 8 ST. BONAVENTURE 2-0 W Sept. 10 at Villanova 4-0 W Penn State Nike Classic Sept. 15 CHARLESTON (OT) 2-1 W Sept. 16 VA. COMMONWEALTH 1-0 W Sept. 23 at Michigan (OT) 2-1 W Sept. 26 at Akron 2-0 L Sept. 29 INDIANA 3-2 L Oct. 1 SOUTH CAROLINA 1-0 L Oct. 6 at Northwestern 6-2 W Oct. 8 at Wisconsin 2-0 W Oct. 12 CORNELL 3-0 W Oct. 15 OHIO STATE (2OT) 1-1 T Oct. 23 MICHIGAN STATE 2-0 L Ohio State Nike Classic Oct. 27 vs. Cincinnati 1-0 W Oct. 29 vs. Kentucky (2OT) 1-1 T Nov. 4 at Hartwick 3-1 L Big Ten Championship at Ohio State Nov. 9 Michigan (2OT) 2-1 W Nov. 10 Michigan State 2-1 W Nov. 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

2001

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 14-5-1, 4-1-1 Big Ten Aug. 31 BUCKNELL 5-1 W Sept. 2 at South Carolina 3-2 L Sept. 6 VILLANOVA 5-0 W Sept. 9 MICHIGAN 4-0 W Penn State Nike Classic Sept. 14 DUQUESNE cancelled Sept. 15 BOSTON COLLEGE cancelled Ohio State Nike Classic Sept. 21 SW MISSOURI STATE 1-0 W Sept. 23 CREIGHTON 2-1 W Sept. 28 at Indiana 3-1 L Oct. 5 NORTHWESTERN 3-0 W PENN STATE 2012 • MEN’S SOCCER

Oct. 7 WISCONSIN 2-0 W Oct. 10 at Cornell 3-1 L Oct. 14 at Ohio State 0-0 T Oct. 21 at Michigan State (2OT) 1-0 W Oct. 26 HARTWICK 1-0 W Oct. 28 at American 2-1 W Oct. 31 LEHIGH 1-0 W Nov. 3 at Old Dominion 3-0 W Big Ten Championship at Wisconsin Nov. 8 Northwestern 2-0 W Nov. 9 Michigan State 2-1 L 2001 NCAA Championship Nov. 25 SOUTH FLORIDA (3OT) 1-0 W Dec. 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 Sept. 1 vs. East Carolina 4-2 W University of Maryland Tournament Sept. 6 at Maryland 2-1 L Sept. 8 vs. No. 1 Virginia 4-2 W Penn State Nike Classic Sept. 13 VILLANOVA 2-1 W Sept. 15 AMERICAN 2-1 L Sept. 20 AKRON 2-1 W Sept. 22 at Michigan 1-0 W Sept. 27 INDIANA (2OT) 1-0 L Sept. 29 TOWSON 3-1 W Oct. 4 at Northwestern 2-1 W Oct. 6 at Wisconsin 2-1 L Oct. 9 at Seton Hall 3-2 L Oct. 13 Ohio STATE 1-0 W Oct. 18 at Hartwick College 2-0 W Oct. 20 MICHIGAN STATE 1-0 L Oct. 27 at Boston College (OT) 2-1 W Nov. 5 at No. 24 Lehigh 1-0 W Big Ten Championship at Penn State Nov. 14 WISCONSIN 1-0 W Nov. 15 vs. Indiana (3OT) 2-1 W Nov. 17 vs. Michigan 2-1 W 2002 NCAA Championship Nov. 27 NORTH CAROLINA(2OT) 1-0 W Dec. 1 WILLIAM & MARY (OT) 1-0 W Dec. 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 2-5-9, 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 Aug. 29 vs. UCLA 5-2 L Aug. 31 at Cal State Fullerton 2-0 L Ohio State Buckeye Classic

Sept. 5 vs. Bradley 2-1 W Sept. 7 vs. Tulsa (2OT) 3-2 W Penn State Nike Classic Sept. 12 BOSTON COLLEGE 2-1 W Sept. 13 HARTWICK 2-1 W Sept. 19 at Akron 1-0 L Sept. 21 ST. BONAVENTURE 2-0 W Oct. 2 NORTHWESTERN 3-1 W Oct. 5 WISCONSIN 1-0 L Oct. 12 at Ohio State 3-1 L Oct. 16 vs. Maryland 1-0 L Oct. 19 at Michigan State 4-3 L Oct. 26 MICHIGAN 4-2 L Oct. 29 LEHIGH 1-0 W Nov. 5 at Villanova 2-0 L Nov. 8 at Indiana 3-2 L Big Ten Championship at Indiana Nov. 13 vs. Michigan State 2-1 W Nov. 14 vs. Northwestern 1-0 W Nov. 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

2004

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 10-4-8, 1-3-2 Big Ten Ohio State Classic Sept. 3 No. 6 UNC (2OT) 1-1 T Sept. 5 No. 8 Wake Forest (2OT) 2-2 T University of Maryland Tournament Sept. 10 Georgetown (2OT) 3-2 W Sept. 12 No. 2 St. John’s (2OT) 0-0 T Penn State Nike Classic Sept. 18 VIRGINIA TECH (OT) 2-1 W Sept. 19 AKRON 4-0 W Tulsa Golden Hurricane Classic Sept. 24 at No. 25 Tulsa 3-2 W Sept. 26 No. 15 SMU (2OT) 3-2 W Sept. 28 GEORGE MASON 0-0 T Oct. 1 No. 6 INDIANA 2-1 L Oct. 8 at Northwestern 2-2 T Oct. 10 at Wisconsin 4-3 L Oct. 14 at No. 21 Maryland 4-1 W Oct. 17 OHIO STATE 3-0 L Oct. 20 BUCKNELL 2-0 W Oct. 24 MICHIGAN STATE (2OT) 1-0 W Oct. 27 CORNELL 3-0 W Oct. 31 at Michigan 0-0 T Nov. 3 at Villanova 1-1 T Nov. 7 at Lehigh 1-0 W Big Ten Championship at Michigan Nov. 11 vs. Northwestern (OT) 1-0 L 2004 NCAA Championship Nov. 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

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Head Coach: Barry Gorman 13-7-2, 6-0-0 Big Ten BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Ohio State Classic Sept. 2 No. 8 New Mexico 2-0 L Sept. 4 Marquette 1-0 L Virginia Tech Classic Sept. 9 James Madison 2-1 L Sept. 11 at Virginia Tech 0-0 T Penn State Nike Classic Sept. 16 No. 17 UCLA 1-0 L Sept. 18 Cal State Fullerton 2-0 W Sept. 21 No. 6 MARYLAND 1-0 W Sept. 24 at George Mason (OT) 1-0 L Sept. 27 ST. BONAVENTURE 1-1 T Sept. 30 at No. 5 Indiana (OT) 2-1 W Oct. 3 at No. 4 Akron 2-1 L Oct. 7 NORTHWESTERN 4-1 W Oct. 9 WISCONSIN (OT) 1-0 W Oct. 16 at Ohio State (2OT) 1-0 W Oct. 19 at Cornell 2-1 W Oct. 23 at Michigan State (2OT) 1-0 W Oct. 30 MICHIGAN (OT) 3-2 W Nov. 4 HARTWICK 3-0 W Big Ten Championship at Northwestern Nov. 11 vs. Michigan State 2-0 W Nov. 13 vs. No. 2 Indiana 1-0 W 2005 NCAA Championship Nov. 22 No. 20 SETON HALL 1-0 W Nov. 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

2006

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 7-11-2, 3-3-0 Big Ten Ohio State Classic Aug. 25 vs. Furman 2-0 Aug. 27 vs. Hartwick 2-1 Carolina Nike Classic Sept. 1 vs. No. 11 Wake Forest 2-0 Sept. 3 at No. 1 UNC 1-0 Penn State Classic Sept. 8 NO. 13 SAN FRANCISCO 2-0 Sept. 10 NO. 23 BOSTON U. 1-1 Sept. 17 MICHIGAN STATE 3-1 Sept. 20 at No. 6 Maryland 2-0 Sept. 24 at No. 14 Northwestern 2-1 Sept. 27 NO. 9 WEST VIRGINIA 2-1 Oct. 1 OHIO STATE 2-1 Oct. 6 at No. 18 Akron 0-0 Oct. 8 BUFFALO 3-0 Oct. 15 at Wisconsin 2-0 Oct. 17 BUCKNELL 3-1 Oct. 20 NO. 9 INDIANA 1-0 Oct. 25 NO. 13 LEHIGH (2OT) 2-1 Oct. 28 at Michigan 1-0 Big Ten Championship at Ohio State Nov. 2 vs. Northwestern (2OT) 2-1 Nov. 3 vs. No. 10 Indiana 1-0 42

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2007

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 7-8-4, 2-2-2 Big Ten Wolstein Soccer Classic Aug. 31 vs. Syracuse 4-0 L Sept. 2 vs. No. 13 West Virginia 1-0 L Penn State Classic Sept. 7 WILLIAM & MARY 4-1 W Sept. 9 OLD DOMINION 1-0 L Sept. 14 at Cal State Fullerton 2-0 W Sept. 16 at No. 10 UCLA 4-1 L Sept. 23 at Michigan State 2-2 T Sept. 26 PENNSYLVANIA 3-2 W Sept. 29 No. 3 NORTHWESTERN 2-1 W Oct. 6 at Ohio State 1-0 L Oct. 10 LAFAYETTE 1-1 T Oct. 13 at Boston University 2-1 L Oct. 17 at No. 19 Akron 3-0 L Oct. 20 WISCONSIN 3-3 T Oct. 23 CORNELL 2-1 W Oct. 28 at No. 10 Indiana 1-0 L Oct. 31 VILLANOVA 1-0 W Nov. 4 MICHIGAN 2-1 W Big Ten Championship at Michigan State Nov. 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

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Mackenzie Arment 2-3-7, Corey Hertzog 2-2-6.

2009

Head Coach: Barry Gorman 12-8-2, 3-2-1 Big Ten Sept. 1 SAINT FRANCIS 5-0 W Wolstein Soccer Classic Sept. 4 vs. Cal State Fullerton (OT) 2-1 L Sept. 6 vs. Gonzaga 1-0 W Penn State Classic Sept. 11 HOFSTRA 5-1 W Sept. 13 HARTFORD (2OT) 1-0 W Sept. 18 at Old Dominion 2-1 L Sept. 20 at James Madison 3-0 L Sept. 23 LEHIGH 1-1 T Sept. 27 No. 22 MICHIGAN 2-0 W Sept. 30 PENNSYLVANIA 5-0 W Oct. 4 at Michigan State 1-0 W Oct. 11 No. 21 NORTHWESTERN 1-1 T Oct. 14 LAFAYETTE 2-0 W Oct. 18 at Ohio State 2-1 L Oct. 21 at Bucknell 2-1 W Oct. 28 at No. 1 Akron 3-0 L Oct. 31 WISCONSIN 2-1 W Nov. 6 at Indiana 2-1 L Big Ten Tournament at Indiana Nov. 12 vs. Michigan (OT) 1-0 W Nov. 13 vs. Michigan State 3-0 W Nov. 15 vs. Ohio State 1-0 L 2010 NCAA Championship Nov. 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

2010

Head Coach: Bob Warming 14-8-1, 2-3-1 Big Ten Wolstein Soccer Classic Sept. 3 vs. Buffalo 5-0 Sept. 5 vs. College of Charleston 1-0 Penn State Classic Sept. 10 BUCKNELL 2-1 Sept. 12 BINGHAMTON 4-3 Sept. 17 at Air Force 2-0 Sept. 19 at Denver 4-0 Sept. 24 INDIANA 3-2 Sept. 29 SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) 4-3 Oct. 3 at Michigan 2-1 Oct. 6 VILLANOVA 1-0 Oct. 10 MICHIGAN STATE 2-1 Oct. 13 AKRON (2OT) 2-1 Oct. 17 at Northwestern 1-1 Oct. 20 UMBC 2-1 Oct. 23 OHIO STATE 2-1 Oct. 27 at Penn 3-0 Nov. 2 at Lafayette 2-1 Nov. 6 at Wisconsin 2-1 Big Ten Tournament at Penn State Nov. 11 NORTHWESTERN 3-1 Nov. 12 INDIANA 2-1

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2011

Head Coach: Bob Warming 9-9-4, 0-6-0 Big Ten Penn State Classic Aug. 27 SIENA 1-0 W Aug. 29 AMERICAN 2-0 W Wolstein Soccer Classic Sept. 2 vs. Stetson 3-2 L Sept. 4 vs. FIU 1-0 W Sept. 9 SAINT PETER’S 3-0 W Sept. 18 at Hartford (2OT) 0-0 T Sept. 23 at Indiana 1-0 L Sept. 27 GEORGETOWN (2OT) 0-0 T Oct. 1 MICHIGAN 2-1 L Oct. 4 PENN 2-0 W Oct. 9 at Michigan State 1-0 L Oct. 12 at Akron 1-0 L Oct. 16 NORTHWESTERN 1-0 L Oct. 19 UMBC 1-0 W Oct. 23 at Ohio State (1OT) 1-0 L Oct. 26 at Bucknell (2OT) 0-0 T Nov. 1 at Hofstra (2OT) 1-1 T Nov. 5 WISCONSIN (2OT) 1-0 L Big Ten Tournament at Michigan Nov. 9 vs. Ohio State 2-0 W Nov. 11 vs. Wisconsin 1-0 W Nov. 13 vs. Northwestern 2-1 L Leading scorers: Minh Vu 4-3-11, Julian Cardona 4-2-10, Hasani Sinclair 3-2-8, Jordan Tyler 2-2-6 GK Andrew Wolverton 9-9-4, 0.61 GAA, 12 SHO

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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 (2008-11) 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) Barninger, Michael (1991) Barriero, Ed (1976, 78) Barron, Jacob (2011) 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) 44

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Coleman, Ronald (1949-51) Coll, Michael (1993-96) Collins, Andre (1963-64) Collins, Micah (2011) Comforto, Joe (1967) Conlon, Noel (1988) Coombs, R.E. (1916) 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 (2007-2010) 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 (2008-11) 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 (2009-11) 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 (2009-11) 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 (2007-10)

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS 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) 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) Griffith, Owen (2011) Gross, Warren (2008-10) 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) Henry, Ehjay (2010) Henszey, W.P. (1930-31) Hertner, Herbert (1956-58) Hertzog, Corey (2008-10)

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) 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)

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Mace, 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)

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS 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) 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, 2010) Parr, Daniel (2010-11) 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) 46

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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) Sigel, Richard (1932-34) Silva, Kevin (1994-98) Simmons, Jay (1950-51) Simonetta, Joe (1962) Simons, J.C. (1916) Sinclair, Hasani (2011) Skinnel, A.R. (1929) Skorpen, Jan (1986-89) Smack, Stephen C. (1959) Smallwood, Matt (2008-11) 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) Tyler, Jordan (2010-11) 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) Vu, Minh (2011) 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) Warming, Grant (2010-11) 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)

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Witmer, Theodore Dean (1946-48) Wodock, H.W. (1939) Wolverton, Andrew (2011) 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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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS ADELPHI Air Force AKRON Alderson-Broaddus Altoona Railroad American Army Binghamton Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Bradley Brown BUCKNELL Buffalo Cal State Fullerton Campbell Carnegie Tech Catholic Central Florida College of Charleston Cincinnati Clemson Cleveland State Colgate Columbia Connecticut Cornell Creighton Davis & Elkins Delaware Denver Dickinson DREXEL Duke Dunlevy East Carolina East Stroudsburg Evansville Fairleigh Dickinson Fairleigh Dickinson Florida International Fordham Franklin & Marshall Furman Gannon George Mason GEORGETOWN George Washington Gettysburg Girard Gonzaga HARTFORD HARTWICK Harvard Haverford Hofstra Howard Illinois INDIANA James Madison 48

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