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LAKELAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

2013 MEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE

ABOUT LAKELAND

A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT…

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND SOCCER COACHING STAFF

Welcome to Lakeland Community College, the first college in Ohio founded by a vote of the people. As a college, we take great pride in providing students with the education and training needed to earn a degree, start a career, upgrade job skills or complete the first two years of college education. In addition, it is essential for the college to provide students with opportunities to enhance their college experiences through participation in athletics or on-campus student organizations.

STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

When it comes to athletics, Lakeland has an outstanding history of its teams and players performing at the highest level. Our coaches are top-notch and our student-athletes always strive for excellence on the field, on the court, and especially in the classroom. Whether you are a participant or a spectator, thank you for supporting Lakeland’s intercollegiate athletic programs. Sit back and enjoy another exciting, fast-paced season! Morris W. Beverage Jr., E.D.M. President

SCOTT BARLOW | Director for Athletics “Academic success for every student-athlete is the ultimate goal of the athletic department at Lakeland Community College,” says athletic director Scott Barlow. “We believe that success in athletics can support success in the classroom and, ultimately, a successful life.” “At Lakeland, our athletic programs are designed to enhance an athlete’s academic experience by helping our students develop the critical life skills of time management, self-discipline, the ability to work within a team environment, and recognition of the need for personal improvement.” Barlow was named Lakeland’s athletic director during the summer of 2000. He brought with him an extensive educational and practical background in teaching, coaching, and administration. Barlow currently serves as the commissioner of the OCCAC and is the NJCAA Region XII women’s division director. He is also regional representative for the NJCAA Division II volleyball and women’s basketball poll and a member of several NJCAA standing committees including softball, swimming, and diving. He is the national chair of the NJCAA’s Division II women’s basketball committee. Barlow was named OCCAC Athletic Director of the Year in 2002 and was selected as Co-Athletic Director of the Year in 2005. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education from the State University of New York College at Cortland, where he was a four year varsity baseball player. He has two master’s degrees; one in physical education and health from Radford University and another in administrative supervision from the State University of New York – Plattsburgh. A native of upstate New York, Barlow currently resides in Painesville Township with his wife, Jennifer, and three school age children who are active in a variety of sports.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS

QUICK FACTS

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND SOCCER

Table of Contents ................................................................................. 3 Location: ..................................................................................... Kirtland, Ohio Numerical Roster ................................................................................. 4 Enrollment: ...............................................................................................5,582 2013 Schedule & Opponents ............................................................... 5 Founded: ...................................................................................................1967 President: ..................................................................... Dr. Morris Beverage Jr. Coaching Staff...................................................................................... 6 Director of Athletics: ....................................................................Scott Barlow Assistant Director of Athletics: ...............................................Patrick Gordon Returnees ............................................................................................ 7 Senior Secretary for Athletics: ................................................. Jeanne Sudyk Newcomers .......................................................................................8-9 Conference: .............. Ohio Community College Atheltic Conference (OCCAC) Region: ..........................................................................................................12 2012 In Review .................................................................................. 10 Affiliation: ......................National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Postseason Honors ........................................................................... 10 Nickname: .............................................................................................. Lakers Where Are They Now? ...................................................................... 10 Colors: .......................................................................................... Blue & Silver History & Records .............................................................................. 11 Year-by-Year Results ......................................................................... 11 NJCAA All-Americans ........................................................................ 11 Academic All-Americans .................................................................... 11 NSCAA All-Americans ....................................................................... 11 NJCAA Active Coaching Records ...................................................... 11

COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

Head Coach: .................................................................................... Djuro Peric Overall Record: .........................................................251-202-30 (25 seasons) Volunteer Assistant Coach: ............................... Anton Trifonovs (2nd season) 2012 Overall Record: ..............................................................................7-11-0 2012 Region XII Record: ....................................................................... 4-10-0 2012 OCCAC Record: .............................................................................. 2-4-0

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2013 ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND SOCCER COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

No. 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 20 22

Name Nicholas Randlett Christopher Gabrenya Zachary Williamson Tyler Zaslov Tyler Martini Grant Johnston Kyle Adams Tomas Giannotta Sebastian Vieira Juwan Rhodes Nikola Brnada Jakhongir Saidkarimov Louis Tortorici Michael Tronko John Bull Agustin Esperon

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. So. Fr.

Ht. 5-11 5-6 5-5 5-10 5-9 5-11 5-6 5-8 5-6 5-11 5-6 6-0 5-9 5-8 5-11 5-10

Wt. 170 135 137 159 160 182 150 160 148 163 150 148 160 145 170 130

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

Hometown / High School Kirtland, Ohio / Kirtland Highland Heights, Ohio / Mayfield Ashtabula, Ohio / Edgewood South Euclid, Ohio / Brush Cortland, Ohio / Maplewood Chardon, Ohio / Chardon Kirtland, Ohio / Kirtland Whitby, Ontario / Father Leo J. Austin C.S.S. Whitby, Ontario / All Saints Secondary School Toronto, Ontario / West Hill Collegiate Institute Bugojno, Bosnia & Herzegovina / Willoughby South Willoughby, Ohio / Tashkent Pediatric Euclid, Ohio / Euclid Solon, Ohio / Orange Hamburg, N.Y. / St. Francis Richmond Heights, Ohio / Richmond Heights

Head Coach: Djuro Peric (26th season) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Anton Trifonovs (2nd season)

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SCHEDULE & OPPONENTS CINCINNATI STATE TECHNICAL & CC Sat. Aug. 24 • 1 p.m. • Kirtland, Ohio Head Coach: M. Combs 2012 Record: 18-6-1 Conference: OCCAC Region 12 Finish: 3rd

JACKSON COLLEGE Sun. Sept. 22 • 11 a.m. • Jackson City, Mich. Head Coach: J. Smith 2012 Record: 8-8-2 Conference: MCCAA Region 12 Finish: 5th

MERCYHURST NORTH EAST Wed. Aug. 28 • 4 p.m. • North East, Pa. Head Coach: M. Blythe 2012 Record: 5-9 Conference: WNYAC Region 12 Finish: N/A

CINCINNATI STATE TECHNICAL & CC Sat. Sept. 28 • 2 p.m. • Cincinnati, Ohio Head Coach: M. Combs 2012 Record: 18-6-1 Conference: OCCAC Region 12 Finish: 3rd

MUSKEGON CC Sat. Aug. 31 • 11 a.m. • Muskegon, Mich. Head Coach: B. Ritsema 2012 Record: 11-8-1 Conference: MCCAA Region 12 Finish: 4th

CUYAHOGA CC Wed. Oct. 2 • 4 p.m. • Kirtland, Ohio Head Coach: D. Anderson 2012 Record: 2-12-2 Conference: OCCAC Region 12 Finish: 8th

LAKE MICHIGAN COLLEGE Sun. Sept. 1 • 1 p.m. • Benton Harbor, Mich. Head Coach: J. Woolery 2012 Record: N/A Conference: MCCAA Region 12 Finish: N/A

SCHOOLCRAFT COLLEGE (Tri-C Tournament) Sat. Oct. 5 • 3 p.m. • Parma, Ohio Head Coach: R. Larson 2012 Record: 15-3-1 Conference: MCCAA Region 12 Finish: 1st

CUYAHOGA CC Wed. Sept. 4 • 4 p.m. • Parma, Ohio Head Coach: D. Anderson 2012 Record: 2-12-2 Conference: OCCAC Region 12 Finish: 8th

JACKSON COLLEGE (Tri-C Tournament) Sun. Oct. 6 • 1 p.m. • Parma, Ohio Head Coach: J. Smith 2012 Record: 8-8-2 Conference: MCCAA Region 12 Finish: 5th

OWENS CC Wed. Sept. 11 • 4 p.m. • Perrysburg, Ohio Head Coach: A. Johnson 2012 Record: 14-6-1 Conference: OCCAC Region 12 Finish: 2nd

OWENS CC Wed. Sept. 11 • 4 p.m. • Perrysburg, Ohio Head Coach: A. Johnson 2012 Record: 14-6-1 Conference: OCCAC Region 12 Finish: 2nd

LAKE MICHIGAN COLLEGE (Lakeland invitational) Sat. Sept. 14 • 1 p.m. • Kirtland, Ohio Head Coach: J. Woolery 2012 Record: N/A Conference: MCCAA Region 12 Finish: N/A

ANCILLA COLLEGE Sat. Oct. 12 • 1 p.m. • Kirtland, Ohio Head Coach: D. Gallagher 2012 Record: 3-9-3 Conference: MCCAA Region 12 Finish: 6th

MUSKEGON CC (Lakeland invitational) Sun. Sept. 15 • 11 a.m. • Kirtland, Ohio Head Coach: B. Ritsema 2012 Record: 11-8-1 Conference: MCCAA Region 12 Finish: 4th

LORAIN COUNTY CC Sat. Oct. 19 • 1 p.m. • Kirtland, Ohio Head Coach: M. Wagner 2012 Record: N/A Conference: N/A Region 12 Finish: N/A

ANCILLA COLLEGE Sat. Sept. 21 • 11 a.m. • Donaldson, Ind. Head Coach: D. Gallagher 2012 Record: 3-9-3 Conference: MCCAA Region 12 Finish: 6th

SCHOOLCRAFT COLLEGE Sat. Oct. 26 • 1 p.m. • Livonia, Mich. Head Coach: R. Larson 2012 Record: 15-3-1 Conference: MCCAA Region 12 Finish: 1st

POSTSEASON DATES

PRESEASON DATES

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30 Region XII Tournament Quarterfinals (Campus Sites)

FRIDAY, AUGUST 16 Cleveland Kickers FC (6:30 p.m.)

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 Region XII Tournament Semifinals (TBD)

SUNDAY, AUGUST 18 Alumni Game (4 p.m.)

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3 Region XII Tournament Final (TBD)

THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 Lake Erie College (6:30 p.m.)

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND SOCCER COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 District Championship (TBD) MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23 NJCAA Division I National Tournament (Tyler, Texas) 2013 LAKELAND MEN’S SOCCER MEDIA GUIDE

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COACHING STAFF

DJURO PERIC | Head Coach

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND SOCCER COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES

The 2013 season marks the 26th year of Lakeland men’s soccer under the direction of head coach Djuro Peric. Peric, the longest tenured head coach in the history of Lakeland Community College athletics and just the second head coach of the men’s soccer program, is currently 12th in the nation in wins among active coaches. Over the past 25 years, Peric has guided the Lakers to seven Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) championships and been named OCCAC Coach of the Year six times. Seven of his players have earned All-America honors from the NJCAA while six others were selected by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).

2012 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

No stranger to Lakeland athletics, his time in Kirtland began in 1972 as a member of the men’s soccer team. He earned team and conference Most Valuable Player honors as a freshman and was voted as the team’s best forward one year later. In his two years as a Laker, he was unanimously voted team captain by his teammates while leading the team in scoring both years. At that time, he was ranked sixth on the all-time scoring list. Peric was selected as the Best Forward at the inaugural Lakeland Invitational in 1972 after amassing nine points on three goals and three assists in two games. That record stood for four years until All-American George Attoh broke it in 1976. At the conclusion of his playing career, Peric transitioned into coaching. He served as an assistant under Mario Marcopoli before taking the reigns as the head coach in 1988. Since then, the Lakers have posted a 251-202-30 record. He attributes much of his success to Coach Marcopoli. “Everything I did and everything I made, including graduating from Lakeland, I owe to Mr. Marcopoli,” said Peric, “He was truly the best mentor I could have had.” In addition to countless all-conference and all-region selections, Peric has coached 17 academic All-Americans at LCC. He currently holds a USSF “B” license and is a member of the NSCAA. He is also involved in the Croatian Community, most notably, the Croatian School for Language and Culture where he served as President for more than a decade. He has three daughters, Georgian, Tina, and Annie, with his late wife Angela. Tina and Annie were Lakeland graduates in 2001 and 2002, respectively.

ANTON TRIFONOVS | Volunteer Assistant Coach Anton Trifonovs returns in 2013 for his second year as a volunteer assistant coach. Trifonovs was a two year starter and First Team All-Region XII selection as a goalkeeper for the Lakers, where he recorded 173 saves and boasted a 1.08 goals against average with eight shutouts. Trifonovs accolades extend beyond the field and into the classroom, where he was a Dean’s List student through his two years at Lakeland and a two-time recipient of the Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year award. He received national recognition from the NJCAA for his academic achievements, earning the Distinguished Academic and Superior Academic Awards in consecutive years. He graduated from Lakeland Magna Cum Laude with an Associate of Applied Business degree before earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Entrepreneurship from nearby Lake Erie College. Trifonovs currently resides in Mentor on the Lake and is pursuing his MBA from Lake Erie College.

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RETURNEES

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SEBASTIAN VIEIRA

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Sophomore • Midfielder Whitby, Ontario • All Saints Secondary School

2012: Finished second on the team with four assists en route to Second Team All-East Region honors from the NSCAA ... Scored his lone goal of the season against Jackson on Sept. 1 ... Two-time S.T.A.R. student-athlete ... Named to the Dean’s List and OCCAC All-Academic Team following the spring semester ... Personal: Volunteered as a soccer coach at youth camps … Brother, Jon-Michael, was a two-year starter for the Lakers and currently plays soccer at the University of North Florida (NCAA Division I) ... Son of Filomena and John Vieira ... Major: Undecided

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CAREER STATS GP GS G A PTS GW 18 17 1 4 6 0

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NIKOLA BRNADA

Sophomore • Midfielder Bugojno, Bosnia & Herzegovina • Willoughby South 2012: Saw action in 15 games including a pair of starts as a freshman … Scored his first collegiate goal against Schoolcraft College on Aug. 31 … Personal: Plays club soccer with Croatia Cleveland … Son of Branka and Stipo Brnada … Major: General Studies Associate of Arts

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CAREER STATS GP GS G A PTS GW 15 2 1 0 2 0

JAKHONGIR SAIDKARIMOV

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND SOCCER

Sophomore • Forward Mentor, Ohio • Lake Catholic

COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES

2012: Saw action in 17 games as a freshman midfielder … Tallied an assist in a 3-1 win over Cuyahoga on Sept. 5 for his only point of the season … Named a S.T.A.R. student-athlete for the spring semester ... High School: Participated in soccer, tennis, and volleyball at Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute in Uzbekistan … Personal: Son of Kamila Saidkarimova and Avicenna Saidkarimov … Major: Nursing

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CAREER STATS GP GS G A PTS GW 17 3 0 1 1 0

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MICHAEL TRONKO

Sophomore • Midfielder Solon, Ohio • Orange

2011: Recorded a pair of goals and an assist to finish with five points as a freshman midfielder … Scored in the season opener against Delta on Aug. 25 and in the conference finale against Owens on Oct. 19 … High School: Garnered the Orange Lion award as the student of the year … Won a conference championship at Orange High School … Personal: Played club soccer with Cleveland United, Cleveland Blues, and the Solon Strikers … Transferred to Lakeland from Cuyahoga CC … Son of Deborah and Michael Tronko … Major: Sports Medicine

2011

CAREER STATS GP GS G A PTS GW 17 3 2 1 5 0

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2012 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

NEWCOMERS

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NICHOLAS RANDLETT

Freshman • Goalkeeper Kirtland, Ohio • Kirtland

High School: Four year varsity letterman and honor roll student at Kirtland HS … Earned second team all-conference honors as a sophomore, junior, and senior … Named second team all-greater Cleveland in his final two seasons with the Hornets … Also competed on the basketball and track teams … Personal: Son of Jo and Jeff Randlett … Major: Business

HISTORY/RECORDS

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CHRIS GABRENYA

Freshman • Defender/Midfielder Highland Heights, Ohio • Mayfield

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Mayfield HS, earning one varsity letter … Member of the honor roll as a freshman … Personal: Son of Mary and Allen Gabrenya … Major: Undecided

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ZACHARY WILLIAMSON

Freshman • Defender Ashtabula, Ohio • Edgewood

2012: Attended Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan … High School: Played four sports at Edgewood HS … Named MVP of the soccer team as a senior and most improved in wrestling as a junior … Tallied 100 career wins in wrestling from 2008 – 2012 … Won a conference title in soccer as a freshman … Personal: Son of Leslie and Karl Williamson … Major: Undecided

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TYLER ZASLOV

Freshman • Midfielder/Forward South Euclid, Ohio • Brush

TYLER MARTINI

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Freshman • Forward Cortland, Ohio • Maplewood

High School: Four year varsity letterman at Maplewood HS … Holds the all-time record for most goals in school history … Four-time award winner as the best offensive player … Earned all-conference, first team all-county, and first team all-district in each of his final three seasons with the Rockets … Selected second team all-Ohio as a senior … Also competed as a member of the track team … Personal: Son of Karen Lutz and Steve Martini … Major: Athletic Training

GRANT JOHNSTON

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Freshman • Forward Chardon, Ohio • Chardon

High School: Played four years of varsity soccer at Chardon HS … Earned the golden boot three times after leading the team in scoring … Led the area in goals scored as a senior with 33 … Earned Premier Athletic Conference (PAC) honorable mention allleague honors as a sophomore and junior ... Personal: Son of Nancy and Rob Johnston … Major: Business

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Freshman • Defender Kirtland, Ohio • Kirtland

High School: Honor roll student and twosport athlete at nearby Kirtland HS … Won a state championship in 2011 as a kicker for the undefeated (15-0) football team … Earned first team all-county honors in 2011 and helped the Hornets make a state finals appearance as a senior … Played four years of varsity soccer, serving as team captain in his final season … Named team MVP, most outstanding defender, and first team allgreater Cleveland as a senior … Personal: Completed a senior project at the Cleveland Food Bank in May of 2013 … Son of Jean Adams … Major: Engineering

High School: Attended Brush HS … Personal: Son of Sean Zaslov … Major: Undecided

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KYLE ADAMS

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TOMAS GIANNOTTA

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Freshman • Midfielder Whitby, Ontario • Father Leo J. Austin

High School: Attended Father Leo J. Austin Canadian Secondary School … Finished first in the Lake Ontario Secondary Schools Association (LOSSA) tournament as sophomore … Helped the Wildcats to a second place finish in the tournament as a junior and senior … Named team MVP in 2012 … Personal: Son of Anne and Celestino Giannotta … Major: General Studies Associate of Arts

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JUWAN RHODES

JOHN BULL

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND SOCCER

Sophomore • Midfielder/Forward Hamburg, N.Y. • St. Francis

COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012 IN REVIEW

2012: Attended D’Youville College, an NCAA Division III institution in Buffalo, New York … Saw action in six games including a pair of starts for the Spartans … Scored his lone collegiate goal against Penn State-Altoona on Sept. 29 … High School: Earned varsity letters in soccer and track at St. Francis HS in Hamburg, New York … Finished his career with 35 goals … Personal: Son of Darlene and Doug Bull … Major: Physical Therapy

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HISTORY/RECORDS

CAREER STATS GP GS G A PTS GW 6 2 1 0 2 0

Freshman • Defender/Midfielder Toronto, Ontario • West Hill Collegiate Institute High School: Named team MVP in soccer (2011) and basketball (2012) at West Hill Collegiate Institute … Also competed as a member of the track and field team … Helped the soccer team advance to the city finals in 2010 … Personal: Volunteers as a youth soccer official … Son of Marie Shalland and Lennox Rhodes … Major: Business

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LOUIS TORTORICI

Freshman •Defender Euclid, Ohio • Euclid

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AGUSTIN ESPERON

Freshman • Forward/Midfielder Richmond Heights, Ohio • Richmond Heights High School: Merit roll student and threesport student-athlete at Richmond Heights HS … Won back-to-back division and regional championships as a member of the basketball team from 2008-10 … Personal: Volunteered at the Cleveland Food Bank and within his school’s recycling program … Sister, Maria, attended Lakeland … Son of Silvia Tonorelli and Eduardo Esperon … Major: Criminal Justice

High School: Four year starter at Euclid HS … Also spent two years as the kicker for the varsity football team … Personal: Son of Maria and Michael Tortorici … Major: General Studies Associate of Science

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2012 IN REVIEW REGION XII STANDINGS

ABOUT LAKELAND LAKELAND SOCCER COACHING STAFF STUDENT-ATHLETES 2012 IN REVIEW HISTORY/RECORDS

Team Schoolcraft College Owens CC Cincinnati State Technical & CC Muskegon CC Jackson CC Ancilla College Lakeland CC Cuyahoga CC

Region XII Record Pts GF GA 12-1-1 37 47 10 10-3-1 31 44 23 8-5-1 25 45 23 7-6-1 22 30 25 6-7-1 19 25 28 3-8-3 12 23 34 4-10-0 12 18 43 1-11-2 5 21 47

REGION XII AWARDS

Coach of the Year Art Johnson, Owens

First Team Ardit Dushkaj, Schoolcraft Glenroy Miller, Owens Sadik Balarabe, Jackson Justin Mitchell, Cincinnati State Adrain Tash, Schoolcraft Juavanie Cole, Owens Jon-Michael Vieira, Lakeland Michael Schmitt, Muskegon Manny Awuku, Ancilla Nickyle Webber, Owens Josh Kleinow, Owens

Offensive Player of the Year Glenroy Miller, Owens Defensive Player of the Year Juavanie Cole, Owens Midfielder of the Year Nickyle Webber, Owens First Team Joe Bradley, Cincinnati State Justin Mitchell, Cincinnati State Liam Doyle, Cincinnati State Jaytoe Teh, Cincinnati State Ryan Strunk, Cincinnati State Glenroy Miller, Owens Nickyle Webber, Owens Juavanie Cole, Owens David Ortega-Gonzalez, Owens Josh Kleinow, Owens Jon-Michael Vieira, Lakeland Ryongmyeong Cho, Lakeland Alec Hradisky, Cuyahoga Second Team Austin Kleuh, Cincinnati State Tyler Gumbert, Cincinnati State Vijay Gentles, Owens Jake Martin, Owens Abdel Rodriguez, Lakeland Jake Alicea, Lakeland Richard Vanhorne, Cuyahoga Kamron Patterson, Cuyahoga

Coach of the Year Mike Combs, Cincinnati State

Second Team Liam Doyle, Cincinnati State Chris Long, Schoolcraft Fredi Lopez, Muskegon Alex Hradisky, Cuyahoga Joe Bradley, Cincinnati State Ryongmyeong Cho, Lakeland Jaytoe The, Cincinnati State Dan Discombe, Jackson Ignacio Avilles, Ancilla Drew Maus, Muskegon Ryan Strunk, Muskegon

NSCAA ALL-EAST REGION

Second Team David Giddings, Bryant & Stratton Ryongmyeong Cho, Lakeland Brandon Klepach, Cincinnati State Shane McInerney, Monroe Michael Maiorano, Lakeland Carlos Cartagena, Bryant & Stratton Sebastian Vieira, Lakeland Kyle Grothaus, Cincinnati State Jake Alicea, Lakeland Angelo Herrera, Bryant & Stratton Bradley Gale, Cincinnati State

First Team Fernando Meza, Monroe Seamus Sharkey, Monroe Nate Kelsey, Bryant & Stratton Diego Zuniga, Bryant & Stratton Elhadj Barry, Monroe Omar Crowl, Bryant & Stratton Jon-Michael Vieira, Lakeland Gianluca Cuomo, Monroe Justin Mitchell,Cincinnati State Ngwese Ebangwese, Monroe Tyler Gumbert, Cincinnati State

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Ryongmyeong Cho Holy Cross College NAIA Notre Dame, Indiana

Michael Maiorano

Holy Cross College NAIA Notre Dame, Indiana

TEAM AWARDS Most Improved Michael Maiorano Best Forward Jake Alicea

Abdel Rodriguez

University of Nevada - Las Vegas NCAA Division I Las Vegas, Nevada

Best Defender Abdel Rodriguez Most Valuable Player Jon-Michael Vieira Coaches Award Ryongmyeong Cho

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GA 17 31 34 30 37 41 42 75

POSTSEASON HONORS

OCCAC AWARDS Player of the Year Glenroy Miller, Owens

Overall Record GF 15-3-1 59 14-6-1 66 18-6-1 71 11-8-1 46 8-8-2 33 3-9-3 24 7-11-0 26 2-12-2 31

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Jon-Michael Vieira University of North Florida NCAA Division I Jacksonville, Florida

HISTORY & RECORDS YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Coach Year Wins Losses Ties Marcopoli........ 1969...........0.............7.............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1970...........1.............9.............. 1 Marcopoli........ 1971...........1.............9.............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1972...........4............10............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1973...........5.............8.............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1974*^........12............4.............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1975^..........7.............3.............. 1 Marcopoli........ 1976^......... 11............4.............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1977...........6.............8.............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1978...........5.............8.............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1979...........9.............6.............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1980...........7.............4.............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1981...........4.............7.............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1982..........10............3.............. 1 Marcopoli........ 1983...........9.............4.............. 1 Marcopoli........ 1984...........9.............5.............. 1 Marcopoli........ 1985...........1............11............. 1 Marcopoli........ 1986...........8.............9.............. 0 Marcopoli........ 1987...........7.............8.............. 0 Peric............... 1988...........7.............9.............. 0 Peric............... 1989...........6............10............. 1 Peric............... 1990...........7............10............. 1 Peric............... 1991...........8.............8.............. 0 Peric............... 1992...........7.............7.............. 2 Peric............... 1993^......... 11............6.............. 2 Peric............... 1994...........9.............9.............. 1 Peric............... 1995^.........13............6.............. 3 Peric............... 1996^.........19............3.............. 0 Peric............... 1997..........14............9.............. 0 Peric............... 1998...........8............11............. 1 Peric............... 1999^.........14............5.............. 2 Peric............... 2000...........6............11............. 1 Peric............... 2001^.........13............7.............. 1 Peric............... 2002^.........16............2.............. 2 Peric............... 2003...........6............12............. 2 Peric............... 2004...........7............12............. 2 Peric............... 2005...........9............10............. 1 Peric............... 2006.......... 11............8.............. 0 Peric............... 2007..........16............3.............. 0 Peric............... 2008^.........12............5.............. 2 Peric............... 2009...........9.............7.............. 2 Peric............... 2010..........10............7.............. 1 Peric............... 2011...........5............13............. 0 Peric............... 2012...........7............11............. 0 ^ *

OCCAC Champions Region XII Champions

NJCAA ALL-AMERICANS First Team Andre Nesfield, 2002 Nigel Francis, 1997 Gary Grover, 1991 George Attoh, 1976 Second Team Kwesi Peterson, 2008 Brendon White, 2001 Rich Slade, 1995 Kenneth Edmond, 1982 Bob Shiels, 1981 Marinko Vucic, 1979 Honorable Mention David Antonelli, 2002 Frank Kucinic, 1996 Gary Grover, 1992 Steve Schumacher, 1987 Zeljko Begovic, 1979 Mike Nikolic, 1976 Josko Perko, 1974 Academic Dean Miller, 2010 Damir Kuduzovic, 2008 Kwesi Peterson, 2008 Damir Kuduzovic, 2007 Everton Blake, 2007 Everton Blake, 2006 Alex Hearn, 2006 Jason Lewis, 2005 Oscar Duque, 2001 Distinguished Academic Anton Trifonovs, 2010 Manuel Conde, 2009 Sebastian Rodriguez, 2009 Luke McCullagh, 2008 Mark Yelich, 2001 Tom Yelich, 2001 Andrew Pfeifer, 1995 Andrew Pfeifer, 1994

GARY GROVER

BRENDON WHITE

ACTIVE COACHING RECORDS

ABOUT LAKELAND

1. Michael Pantalione 517-43-18 Yavapai College (24 seasons) 2. Jim Kelly 422-99-40 College of DuPage (26 seasons) 3. Marc A. Zagara 390-165-21 Georgia Perimeter College (28 seasons) 4. Tim Rooney 340-199-23 Lewis & Clark CC (27 seasons) 5. Steve Clements 333-60-17 Tyler Junior College (19 seasons) 6. Robert Gould 326-181-35 Mohawk Valley CC (34 seasons) 7. Larry Petri 315-261-49 Southwestern Illinois College (31 seasons) 8. Nelson Cupello 303-101-27 Monroe CC (23 seasons) 9. Loren Green 300-187-44 Rockland CC (30 seasons) 10. Pepe Aragon 280-26-13 Herkimer County CC (15 seasons) 11. Roger Stephens 251-110-18 County College of Morris (22 seasons) 12. Djuro Peric 251-202-30 Lakeland CC (25 seasons) 13. Sean Worley 236-76-21 Richland College (17 seasons) 14. Nick Dimitrievski 218-49-5 Bryant & Stratton College (15 seasons)

ANTON TRIFONOVS

MANUEL CONDE

NSCAA ALL-AMERICANS

First Team Kwesi Peterson, 2008 Kenneth Edmund, 1984 George Attoh, 1976 Second Team Aldo Maiorano, 2009 Andre Nesfield, 2002 Frank Kucinic, 1996

ALDO MAIORANO

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GOOD LUCK LAKERS Center-Line Machining

CNC Turning, Milling, & Grinding

Marin Grman clmachining@att.net 25700 Lakeland Blvd. Euclid, Ohio 44132

216.289.6828 Fax: 216.289.6848 www.clinemachining.com

J&Z UNIVERSAL MACHINE General Machining CNC Turning & Milling Prototypes 18241 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44110 Joseph Grman, President ISO 9001-2000 Registered

Phone: (216) 486-2220 Fax: (216) 486-2383 E-mail: joe@ujzm.com

Dawn M. Brewer Co. Accounting • Payroll Income Tax Service 38820 Lake Shore Blvd • Willoughby, OH 44094 (440) 942-4300 • FAX (440) 942-8559

Good Luck Lakers!

24 Hr. Towing Available

AUTO PRO SERVICE CENTER Complete Automotive Repair

Zak Grman (216) 481-8866

22199 St. Clair Euclid, OH 44117

Go Lakers! SKUFCA TROPHY & SUPPLY Trophies, Plaques, Acrylic Awards, Color & Laser Engraving, Custom Trophy Design & Plaque Design Specialist

Ron Barney

DJURO PERIC 1972 Team Captain Lakers’ leading scorer Lakers’ MVP Conference MVP

1973 Team Captain Lakers’ leading scorer Lakers’ Best Forward All-Region XII Selection

762 E. 185th Street • Cleveland, OH 44119 Phone 216-481-1700 • Fax 216-481-1701 • Cell 440-897-1795 E-Mail: skufcatrophy@sbcglobal.net

Congin’s Italian Drive-Thru 18812 Nottingham Road Cleveland, OH 44110 216-481-4585

Dad, Wishing YOU and the 2013 Lakeland soccer team the BEST OF LUCK!!! Love: Georgian, Tina, and Annie.

CAPITAL PLANNERS capital planners

“A Lifetime Financial Growth Company”

Joseph P. Pilla

Financial Representative Signature Square II 24500 Chagrin Boulevard, Suite 200 Beachwood, Ohio 44122-5653 216-360-7400 • Fax: 216-360-7440 • Cell: 216-409-9560 jpilla@capitalplanners.com

Korenko Therapy Services, Inc. Glenn M. Korenko, PT Physical Therapist gmkorenko@roadrunner.com 11550 Olde Stone Ct., Concord Twp., OH 44077 440-639-5868 (voice) • 440-639-1708 (fax) 440-413-5422 (cell)

GLENN KORENKO Soccer Alumni 1971: Team Captain, Best Forward 1972: Team Captain, MVP 2012: Lakeland Athletics Hall of Fame Inductee

ETTKIN SCRAP IRON & METAL CO. INC. Ferrous & Non-Ferrous Metals Drum & Container Service Fast Service • Fast Payment

Mailing Address: 161 Stonecreek Drive, Mayfield Heights, Ohio 44143 Warehouse: 2700 E. 47th Street, Cleveland, Ohio Phone: 440-449-0249 Cell: 440-221-5084 E-mail: scrapstud@aol.com

GOOD LUCK LAKERS!


2013 Men's Soccer Media Guide