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Attractions

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Mobile Bay is the place for first-rate yearround golf! Spend the day on one of over twenty world-class golf courses, including the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Magnolia Grove.

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Visit USS ALABAMA Battleship Memorial Park and explore a mighty battleship, the winner of nine battle stars in World War II, or be captivated by Mobile’s own story at the Museum of Mobile. Enjoy nature at its finest and take a trip to world renowned Bellingrath Gardens and Home, featuring over 65 acres of year-round floral splendor. Check out the latest scientific discoveries through hands-on exhibits or watch a thrilling IMAX film at the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center. If you are a lover of the arts, journey through the Mobile Museum of Art with over 6,000 unique works of art. Soak up a little Southern hospitality while enjoying some of the finest and freshest seafood in the world at one of our many exceptional restaurants.

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UMobile Athletics

UMobile History

-A Rich History-

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• 8 NAIA National Championships

• • • • • 13 Intercollegiate Sports • Men’s Tennis (1993 & 97), Women’s Tennis (1994), Men’s Golf (1997), Women’s Soccer (1997), Women’s Golf (1998), Men’s Soccer (2002), Softball (2006) M&W Cross Country, M&W Golf, M&W Tennis, M&W Soccer, M&W Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball

• 13 NAIA Runner-Up Finishes

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101 Conference/District Titles 327 NAIA All-Americans 129 Academic All-Americans 1985 Bill Elder Hired As First AD 1986 Men’s Golf & Men’s Tennis Started As School’s First Sports • 3 NAIA Hall-of-Famers Bill Elder (95), Terry Hopper (06), Peter Fuller (12)

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1st-Team NAIA All-American Jay King (1999) Kory Melancon (2001) Kevin Orso (2009) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Joe Espada (1995-96) Honorable Mention NAIA AA Kendall Hill (1998) Daniel Williford (1998) Raul Nieves (2000) Jackie Blanchard (2000) Julio Ortiz (2000) Sam Driver (2001) Raul Santana (2003) Jeff White (2003) Josh Kendrick (2003) Patrick Weaver (2003) Bubba Dobson (2003) Carlos Romero (2009) Ryan Parazine (2013) Men’s Basketball 1st-Team NAIA All-American Rene Antee (99-00) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Tramaine Perry (05) 3rd-Team NAIA All-American Tramaine Perry (04) Robert Jones (08) Antonio Hester (12)

Men’s Golf NAIA All-Americans Tim Brunson (1987-88) Rudy Mihelic (1987-88) Franklin Walley (1989) Keith Turner (1992) Mark Hall (1993) Tim Butler (1997) Ewan Wilson (1997) Philip Nice (1997) Peter Quigley (1997) Andrew Bayliss (2000-01, 03) David Tuyo (2000) Graeme Brown (1998, 01) Matt Drinkard (2006) Honorable Mention AA Mike Graham (1990) Keith Turner (1990-91)

Men’s Soccer 1st-Team NAIA All-American Dencho Vassilev (1993) Junior Noel (1995, 97) Matt Miller (1998) Bonaventure Maurti (1998-99) Adauto Neto (1999-01) Dominic Schell (1999) Ousmane Coulibaly (2000-01) Steven Linpow (2001) Andrew Bayliss (2002) Jamie Ferguson (2002-03) James Gledhill (2002) Chris Williams (2002) Deshorn Brown (2010-11) Stephen Okai (2010, 12) Chris Dillon (2010) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Kirk Trotman (1994) Lee Chalmers (1995) Norman Dotch (1995) Glenn Benjamin (1996) James Gledhill (2000) Robert Ochan (2004) Andres Rota (2004) Matt Watts (2008) Chris Dillon (2011-12) Stephen Okai (2011) Gaetan Massiah (2012) 3rd-Team NAIA All-American Dencho Vassilev (1992) Kirk Trotman (1993) Mickey Trotman (1994, 96) Darren Toby (2003) Thomas Wharf (2007) Ruben Diaz (2007) Caetano Lima (2007) Honorable Mention NAIA AA Kirk Trotman (1992) Kevin Denerez (1994) Paul Oyuga (1997) Remi Roy (1999) Chris Williams (2000) Brady Bryant (2003) Tommy Sarkkinen (2003) Matt Watts (2007) Adrian Rochofski (2007) Ruben Diaz (2008) Chris Dillon (2009) Michael Azira (2011) Men’s Tennis 1st-Team NAIA All-American Joakim Appelqvist (1992) Andrew Batie (1992) Mattias Karlsson (1993-94) Jacques Theron (1993-95) Rickard Strom (1995) Jauffrey Faustini (1996) Michael McMahon (1996) Dean Owen (1996) Malik Tabet (1997) Leif Meineke (1997) Marcel Van Der Heide (97-98) Fernando Ibarrola (1997-98) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Frank Chauzu (1993) Christer Fellwing (1993-94) Rickard Strom (1994) Michael McMahon (94-95, 98)

Julien Chauvin (1995) Lasse Koskinen (1995) Timoth Smith (1995) Fernando Ibarrola (1995-96) Gustavo Marcaccio (1996) Roger Jung (1997) Malik Tabet (1998) Leif Meineke (1998) Joe Liberatore (1998)

Volleyball 3rd-Team NAIA All-Americans Knight, Whitney (2007-09)

Men’s XC/Track NAIA All-American Keith Melanson (1993/Track) Josh Ginsburg (2000/Track) Musa Kimeli (2003)

Women’s Basketball 1st-Team NAIA All-American Crystal Coston (06)

Softball

Leslie Pickette (2009) Brittany Dunson (2013)

Honorable Mention NAIA AA Baldwin, Syretta (2007) Stilkey, Paula (2008-09)

2nd-Team NAIA All-American Crystal Coston (05) 3rd-Team NAIA All-American Bernadette Powe (97) Edmarie Lumbsley (02) Crystal Coston (03)

1st-Team NAIA All-American Charleste Vaughn (1990, 93) Ivy Dashkin (1992) Jennifer Hilliard (1993) Coby Cashion (1996) Terri Chavis (1997) Nikki Wilson (1997-98) Summer Powell (1999) Sunny Russ (1999) Tiffany Genola (2002) Maria Soto (2003) Missy Passley (2003) Denisse Fuenmayor (2004) Meredith Tanner (2004) Kirby Baxter (2004) Mayret Perez (2005-06) Linden Jones (2006) Yaicey Sojo (2007-08) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Tonya Smith (1991) Terri Chavis (1994, 96) Katie Mahoney (1994-95) Melissa Thomas (1996-97) Sunny Russ (1997) Belinda Stein (1997) Tiffany Genola (1998) Rhonda Richardson (1999) Erin Hostrander (2001) Kirby Baxter (2003, 05) Denisse Fuenmayor (2003) Brenda Box (2004) Linden Jones (2005) Evelyne Pare (2005) Meredith Tanner (2005) Angelica Yrigoyen (2006) Honorable Mention NAIA AA Ivy Dashkin (1991) Sunny Russ (1998) Belinda Stein (1998) Denisse Fuenmayor (2002) Sylvia Bedgood (2003) Brenda Box (2003) Stephanie Landrum (2004) Anadys Suarez (2008) Jineth Pimentel (2008-09)

Olivia Maddox (2012) Honorable Mention AA Irina Teneva (1994) Solvieg Baadsvik (1995) Pam Byrne (1995) Vanessa Sims (1998) Tina Froberg (1999) Elizabeth McGowan (1999) Tracy Mulligan (1999) Silje Lunde (2000) Tammie Thornton (2000) Nadine McCorry (2001) Rose Clemensen (2003) Terri McCreadie (2008) Anna Maddox (2008-09) Missy Stovall (2009-10) Christy Lachappelle (2011-12) Rebekah Counce (2011) Olivia Maddox (2011) Women’s Tennis

Honorable Mention NAIA AA Olivia Crawford (00) Edmarie Lumbsley (01) Shanelle Stallworth (02) Crystal Coston (04) Danielle Goodly (09) Alice Honnery (11-12) Women’s Golf NAIA All-Americans Hannah Hell (1994) Kathy Ziglo (1994-95) Valerie Turner (1996) Fiona Young (1996-98) Maria Boivie (1997) Christine Clark (1997) Deanne Tolbird (2000) Maegan Rice (2007, 10) Honorable Mention AA Leigh Ankerson (2001) Maegan Rice (2008) Women’s Soccer 1st-Team NAIA All-American Kellie Mitchell (1994) Irina Teneva (1995) Nina Wathne (1996-97) Nina Ellingsen (1996) Pam Byrne (1996) Astrid Vierdal (1997) Christina Werner (1997) Jackie Law (1997-98) Carmie Landeen (1998) Danielle Small (1998) Tracy Mulligan (1998) Ane Stangeland (2000) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Sara Krupa (1996-97) Kathrine Sund (1997) Lindsay Grant (1997-98) Hedda Hougland (1998) Alissa Leffler (2000) Anna Maddox (2010) 3rd-Team NAIA All-American Therese Lewis (1996) Vanessa Sims (1997-98) Tina Froberg (1998) Elizabeth McGowan (2000) Christy Lachappelle (2010) Lorna Brownlie (2011)

1st-Team NAIA All-American Karina Macias (1991-92) Malin Lundin (1991-92) Christiana Rodriguez (1992) Joanne Crothers (1992) Cecilia Robles (1993) Anna Larsheim (1993) Melissa Metcalfe (1993-94) Marilia Andrade (1993-94) Anita Pearson (1994) Anna Moll (1994) Marina Nyman (1994-96) Cassandra Mavin (1995, 97) Ingrid Van Gelder (1995) Martine Van der Bijl (1995) Marine Franchot (1995-97) Isabella Listowska (1995-97) Manon Buskens (1996) Marina Kopacova (1997) Sandra Groschwitz (1998) Tania Kovatchka (1998) Agnese Rozite (2013) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Karina Macias (1989) Radina De La Pena (1989-91) Christina Rodriguez (1992) Petra Thuresson (1992) Marina Nyman (1997) Sandra Groschwitz (1997) Andreea Petrisor (1998) Martina Rodriguez (1998) Honorable Mention NAIA AA Josy Soares (2006) Women’s XC/Track NAIA All-American Ivana Skladana (1995) Petra Staskova (1995) Zola Davis (1998)

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UMobile All-Americans

Honorable Mention NAIA AA Anderson Ligon (89) Dennis Powell (94) Eric Polite (94) Tracy Hector (98) Tramaine Perry (02) Gimel Lewis (05) Donte Walker (11)

Graeme Brown (2002)

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Honor Roll

1st-Team All-Conference/District Augusto Luna (1991) Heath Hartley (1991) Dencho Vassilev (1992-94) Kirk Trotman (1992-94) Lee Chalmers (1992, 95) Rob Harradine (1992-93) Craig McMillan (1993) Glenn Benjamin (1994-96) Kevin Denerez (1994) Claude Hunt (1994) Mickey Trotman (1994, 96) Norman Dotch (1995) Junior Noel (1995, 97) Jon Marc Duncan (1996-98) Dominic Schell (1996-99) Bonaventure Maruti (1997-98) Paul Oyuga (1997) Matt Miller (1998) Remi Roy (1999) Steven Linpow (1999) Ousmane Coulibaly (1999) Adauto Neto (1999) Adrian Rochofski (2007) Caetano Lima (2007) Geert Slits (2007) Onesimus Ikungo (2007, 09) Matt Watts (2007-08) Jason Williams (2008-10) Thomas Wharf (2007-08) David Maddren (2008) Ruben Diaz (2007-08) Jack St. Hilaire (2007-08) Chris Dillon (2009-12) Stephen Okai (2010-12) Deshorn Brown (2010-11) Michael Azira (2011) Gaetan Massiah (2012)

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2nd-Team All-Conference/District Lowell Clarke (1993) Glenn Benjamin (1993) Jose Rojas (1993) Mickey Trotman (1993) Colin Buck (1993) Sam Blackburn (2011) Xavier Audergon (2012) Naissim Ayadi (2012) Alvaro Pichardo (2012) HM All-Conference/District Nigel Davidson (1992) Flippo Garcia (1992) Lowell Clarke (1992) Augusto Luna (1992) Mickey Trotman (1995) SSAC All-Freshman Team Gunnar Steindorsson (2011) Gaetan Massiah (2012)

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1st-Team All-Area VII Kirk Trotman (1992-93) Dencho Vassilev (1992-93) 2nd-Team All-Area VII Lee Chalmers (1992) Rob Harradine (1992-93) 1st-Team NAIA All-American

Paul Oyuga (1997) Remi Roy (1999) Chris Williams (2000) Brady Bryant (2003) Tommy Sarkkinen (2003) Matt Watts (2007) Adrian Rochofski (2007) Ruben Diaz (2008) Chris Dillon (2009) Michael Azira (2011) NAIA Offensive Player of the Year

Dencho Vassilev (1993) Junior Noel (1995, 97) Matt Miller (1998) Bonaventure Maurti (1998-99) Adauto Neto (1999-01) Dominic Schell (1999) Ousmane Coulibaly (2000-01) Steven Linpow (2001) Andrew Bayliss (2002) Jamie Ferguson (2002-03) James Gledhill (2002) Chris Williams (2002) Deshorn Brown (2010-11) Stephen Okai (2010, 12) Chris Dillon (2010) 2nd-Team NAIA All-American Kirk Trotman (1994) Lee Chalmers (1995) Norman Dotch (1995) Glenn Benjamin (1996) James Gledhill (2000) Robert Ochan (2004) Andres Rota (2004) Matt Watts (2008) Chris Dillon (2011-12) Stephen Okai (2011) Gaetan Massiah (2012) 3rd-Team NAIA All-American Dencho Vassilev (1992) Kirk Trotman (1993) Mickey Trotman (1994, 96) Darren Toby (2003) Thomas Wharf (2007) Ruben Diaz (2007) Caetano Lima (2007) HM NAIA All-American Kirk Trotman (1992) Kevin Denerez (1994)

Ousmane Coulibaly (1999) Adauto Neto (2000) NAIA Scholar-Athlete Dencho Vassilev (1993-94) Conference Player of the Year Junior Noel (1997) Dominic Schell (1999) Ruben Diaz (2007) Matt Watts (2008) Deshorn Brown (2010-11) Stephen Okai (2012) Region Player of the Year Bonaventure Maurti (1999) SSAC Offensive POY Deshorn Brown (2010-11) SSAC Defensive POY Chris Dillon (2012) SSAC Freshman of the Year Deshorn Brown (2010) Gaetan Massiah (2012) SSAC Newcomer of the Year Michael Azira (2011) SSAC All-Division Deshorn Brown (2010) Chris Dillon (2010) David Maddren (2010) Stephen Okai (2010) Jason Williams (2010) Conference Coach of the Year

University of Mobile Rams Peter Fuller (1997, 99, 07) Roy Patton (2011)

Outstanding Defensive Player Jaime Ferguson (2002)

Region Coach of the Year Bob Gray (1993) Peter Fuller (1999)

NAIA Team Sportsmanship Award 1994

NAIA Player of the Year

Stephen Okai (2012) NAIA Coach of the Year Peter Fuller (1999, 02) NAIA All-Tournament Team

NAIA Offensive Player of the Week

Deshorn Brown (2011) Naissim Ayadi (2012) Gaetan Massiah (2012) NAIA Defensive Player of the Week Adrian Rochofski (2007) Jason Williams (2008) Nels Dahlquist Team Sportsmanship Award

1994

NAIA Tournament MVP Dencho Vassilev (1993) James Gledhill (2002)

Conference Player of the Week Ruben Diaz (9/8/08) Jason Williams (9/15/08) Ruben Diaz (9/22/08) Jason Williams (9/29/08) Jason Williams (10/27/08) Thomas Wharf (11/3/08) Ruben Diaz (11/3/08) Jason Williams (11/10/08) Onesimus Ikungo (11/10/08) David Maddren (9/7/09) David Maddren (9/21/09) Jason Williams (9/21/09) Cedric Carrie (10/12/09) Onesimus Ikungo (10/19/09) Chris Dillon (11/2/09) Jason Williams (11/9/09) Henrique Bertoli (11/9/09) Jason Williams (11/16/09) Ruben Diaz (11/16/09) Deshorn Brown (9/6/10) Jason Williams (9/6/10) Onesimus Ikungo (9/20/10) Deshorn Brown (9/27/10) Jason Williams (9/27/10) Jason Williams (10/18/10) Deshorn Brown (11/1/10) Deshorn Brown (11/8/10) Eoin Dolan (9/12/11) Xavier Audergon (9/12/11) Deshorn Brown (9/26/11) Deshorn Brown (10/10/11) Deshorn Brown (10/17/11) Deshorn Brown (10/31/11) Elijah Gibson (9/17/12) Elijah Gibson (9/24/12) Naissim Ayadi (10/8/12) Gaetan Massiah (10/22/12) Xavier Audergon (10/22/12)

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Honor Roll

Rob Harradine (1993) Dencho Vassilev (1993) Colin Buck (1994) Kirk Trotman (1994) Norman Dotch (1994) Junior Noel (1995, 97) Bonaventure Maurti (1998) Adauto Neto (1999-00) Ousmane Coulibaly (1999-00) Victor Oppong (2000) Chris Williams (2002) Jamie Ferguson (2002) James Gledhill (2002) Andrew Bayliss (2002) Deshorn Brown (2010) Ruben Diaz (2010) Chris Dillon (2010) Stephen Okai (2012) Pierre Mangold (2012) Gaetan Massiah (2012)

Conference All-Academic Brian Cherry (1991) Hal Hardy (1991) Paul Tolbert (1991) Raul Cardenas (1992) Lee Chalmers (1992-94) Robert Harradine (1992) Kirk Trotman (1992) Dencho Vassilev (1992-94) Brandon Ward (1992) Glenn Benjamin (1993-94, 96) Nigel Davidson (1993-94) Kevin Delange (1996) Mark Hill (1996-97) Justin Keolker (1996) Daman Sparks (1996) Summer Powell (1998) John Finch (2000) Adam Johnson (2000) Joel Person (2000) Kevin Laux (2002-04) Michael Fricke (2002-03) Andrew Bayliss (2002) James Ferguson (2003) Jason Miniaci (2003-04) Ruben Risco (2003) James Beggs (2004) Mathias Kruskemper (2004) Mark Rich (2004) Volker Schulte (2004) Morgan Copes (2007-08) Caetano Lima (2007)

Dean Logan (2007) Adrian Rochofski (2007) Gustavo Souza (2007) Dylan Choiniere (2008) David Delotelle (2008) Ruben Diaz (2008) Robbie Ford (2008) Jason Williams (2010) Xavier Audergon (2011) Michael Azira (2011) Sam Blackburn (2011-12) Tajay Higgins (2011) Alex Swan (2011-12) David Belser (2012) Justin Dillenschneider (2012) James Haley (2012) Alvaro Pichardo (2012) Samuel Weeks (2012)

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University Information

Location Mobile, AL Founded 1961 Enrollment 1,788 Nickname Rams and Lady Rams School Colors Maroon & Black Home Field The Jungle Seating Capacity 800 Affiliation NAIA Conference Southern States Athletic President Dr. Mark Foley Athletics Director Joe Niland Administrative Assistant Sally Shouppe Athletic Dept. Phone 251-442-2278 Athletic Dept. Fax 251-442-2499 Twitter @MobileRams Facebook University of Mobile Rams YouTube MobileRamsOfficial Instagram MobileRams Web Site www.umobile.edu/athletics

Coaching Staff

Head Coach Roy Patton Alma Mater Queens ‘78 Office Phone 251-442-2363 Years At UM 2 Record At UM 33-8-3 Years Overall 27 Overall Record 303-154-39 Assistant Coach Daniel Whelan Office Phone 251-442-2397 Years At UM 4th

Athletic Training Staff

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Athletic Trainer Office Phone Assistant Athletic Trainer Office Phone

Team History

Melissa Thomas 251-442-2561 Jacob Lewis 251-442-2361

First Year Of Men’s Soccer 1991 All-Time Record 306-141-26 NAIA Tournament Appearances/Last 16/2012 Conference Championships 10 (97, 99, 02-04, 08-12)

Media Outlets Mobile Press-Register Randy Kennedy 401 N. Water St. Mobile, AL 36602 T: 251-219-5689 W: www.al.com

WPMI NBC-15 Sports Clement Townsend 615 Azalea Rd. Mobile, AL 36609 T: 251-602-1557 W: www.local15tv.com

Call News Willie Gray 7870 State St. Citronelle, AL 36522 T: 251-866-5998 W: www.thecallnews.com

WKRG-CBS-5 Sports Randy Patrick 555 Broadcast Dr. Mobile, AL 36606 T: 251-662-3003 W: www.wkrg.com

Tri-City Review Rick Cauley 328 Hwy 43 S. Saraland, AL 36571 T: 251-679-5975 W: www.tri-cityreview.com

WNSP 105.5 FM Sports Lee Shirvanian 1100 E Dauphin St. Mobile, AL 36604 T: 251-438-5460 W: www.wnsp.com

Fox 10 Sports Simone Eli 1501 Satchel Paige Dr. Mobile, AL 36606 T: 251-434-1065 W: www.fox10tv.com

NuzzApp Christopher Powell P.O. Box 1313 Mobile, AL 36633 www.nuzzapp.com

Team Information 2012 Overall Record Conference Record Final Ranking

Key Returners

Xavier Audergon GK 19 GS, 4 SHO, 78 SV Gaetan Massiah FWD 14 G, 12 A, 40 Pts Gunnar Steindorsson MF 4 G, 9 A Alvaro Pichardo FWD 12 G, 3 A Pierre Mangold MF NAIA All-Tournament Team

Key Newcomers

Jubril Lawal DEF Noel Johnson FWD Clifford Nwchefom MF

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Key Losses

Lagos, Nigeria Jamaica Lagos, Nigeria

Stephen Okai 2012 NAIA Player of the Year Chris Dillon Four-Time All-American Sam Blackburn 6 G, 6 A

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Mike Jacobs Baseball

Shaddrick Jenkins Men’s Basketball

Jacob Lewis Athletic Training

Terri McCormick Softball

Joe Niland Men’s Basketball

Colby Odom Golf

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Brian Person Women’s Soccer

Jon Seymour Baseball

Administrative Assistant

Alastair Stevenson Cross Country

Melissa Thomas Athletic Training

Uwe Tittl Tennis

Courtney Ward Women’s Basketball

Michael Watkins Baseball

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www.facebook.com/mobilerams Dr. Mark Foley has served as president of the University of Mobile since 1998 and is the third president of the university since its founding in 1961. During more than a decade of leadership, Dr. Foley has led the move to intentionally integrate faith and learning in all areas of university life, while raising academic standards, building new residence halls, establishing outstanding programs such as the Center for Performing Arts, and earning the private Christian university national rankings. His emphasis on the core values of faith, learning and leadership has extended to all operations of the university, from the classroom to the administrative offices. With these core values in place, the university is committed to graduating confident Christian men and women who have mastered the body of knowledge required by the degree they hold; who know how to think; who know what they believe and why they believe it; who possess the courage to live and work according to those beliefs; who accept responsibility as caretakers of that with which God has entrusted them; and who possess the willingness and skill to use their influence in appropriate and effective ways to change the world around them. Dr. Foley is a member of the Executive Committee of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, a past chairman of the Alabama Association of Independent Colleges and Schools, and a member of the Board of Directors of Victory Health Partners and Volunteers of America, Southeast, Inc. Previously, Dr. Foley was executive vice president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds a bachelor of business administration from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas; and a master of divinity and a doctor of philosophy in psychology and counseling from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an ordained minister, a former business owner, and has practiced as a professional counselor. His wife, Marilyn, is involved in many university activities. She holds a bachelor of science in education from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas, and is a former classroom educator. The Foleys have two children and two granddaughters. Their daughter, Molly, is married to Doug Sawyer, an accountant in Georgia, and they have two daughters, Avery and Abby. Their son, Rob, and his wife, Leah, reside in Colorado where he works with Christian ministries in the National Parks system.

Administration

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Dr. Audrey Eubanks Vice President Academic Affairs

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Mr. Steve Lee Vice President Business Affairs

Mrs. Kim Leousis Vice President Enrollment Management

Mr. Brian Boyle Vice President Institutional Advancement

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Roy Patton

Head Men’s Soccer Coach (3rd season) • 303-154-39 overall

Year 1980-95 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2011 2012 Total

School South Alabama Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Mobile Mobile 27 Years

Record 202-81-20 5-12-2 12-5-2 9-8-1 10-7-1 13-8-1 4-9-3 11-7-1 4-9-5 16-3-1 17-5-2 303-154-39

Pct .667 .263 .632 .500 .556 .591 .250 .579 .222 .800 .708 .611

Roy Patton will begin his third season at the University of Mobile after posting a 17-5-2 record and leading his team to a runnerup finish at the 2012 NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championship. In 1996, the city of Mobile named May 30 “Roy Patton Day” in recognition of his contributions to area youth soccer. Patton is a former professional soccer player in both Ireland and the U.S. (Glentoran FC and Bangor FC, both Irish Professional Teams, and in the USISL with the Mobile Revelers and Vermont Wanderers). He was head men’s soccer coach at the University of South Alabama from 1980-1996, earning honors as Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year 12 times. At USA he had 14 consecutive NCAA Division 1 winning seasons, won the Sun Belt Conference from 1991-1995, and had a 100 percent graduation rate among four-year student-athletes. He was presented the National Meritorious Award for services to the game of soccer by the National Intercollegiate Soccer Official Association in 1993. In 1993, Patton was named director for both the men’s and women’s soccer programs. During the remainder of his tenure, the women’s team went 21-13-2 and ended the 1995 season ranked No. 8 in the South Region. At the University of Vermont, where he served as head men’s soccer coach from 1996-2003, the team won the America East in 2000 and made an NCAA appearance, was finalist in America East in 2002, and produced the first Vermont athlete to be named America East Men’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year for all sports. Patton was named America East Coach of the Year in 1998 and 2000 Patton’s combined record at USA and as head men’s soccer coach at the University of Vermont is 270-146-36. When he left the collegiate coaching ranks for the athletic directorship at Plattsburgh State, Patton was ranked nationally in the top 20 among active Division I coaches in career wins and career winning percentage.

He is a U.S. Soccer Federation “A” licensed coach and holds certifications with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, advanced national diploma, and Irish Football Association Grade 1. He was a founder and board member for the Mobile Revelers professional soccer franchise, and founder and board member for Vermont Wanderers, now known as the Vermont Voltage and rated as one of the best Professional Player Development Soccer League franchises in the U.S. He has served as a regional Olympic development coach from 1988-1992, and as state director of coaching in Alabama from 1988-1992. He served as chairman for soccer in the Sun Belt Conference from 1990-1994 and served on the NCAA Tournament Regional Selection Committee from 1990-1993. Patton holds a bachelor of education in biology and physical education from Queens University in Belfast, Northern Ireland; a master of education in exercise technology from University of South Alabama; and a Doctor of Education in sports management from the United States Sports Academy. He is married to Dr. Katherine Habeeb, M.D., of Mobile and they have two children.

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Along with the success his players have enjoyed on the field and in the classroom, a number of Patton’s pupils have gone on to make their own marks in soccer. Eddie Carvacho played in the MLS, served as the U.S. National Team goalkeeper and is currently the goalkeepers coach at Clemson University. Colin Carmichael played for the Mobile Revelers and is the head coach of Oklahoma State’s women’s soccer program, and Brett Jacobs is an assistant coach for the 2010 MLS Champion Colorado Rapids. Patton also coached Goggi Rognavaldursson, who was named All-American, Academic All-American and was the NCAA Div I leading goal scorer in 1989. Patton has mentored numerous other players who have gone on to play professionally and enter the coaching ranks at various levels.

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Daniel Whelan

Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach (5th season)

Daniel Whelan will begin his fifth season as Assistant Coach of the University of Mobile men’s soccer program in 2013-14, after helping guide the team to NAIA National Championship appearances each season, including last season’s runner-up finish and 2010’s Round of Four trip. The Manchester, England native served as a volunteer coach at Embry-Riddle in 2007 and served as interim head coach for the Spring Hill College men’s and women’s soccer teams in 2009.

playing career.

Before beginning his coaching career at Embry-Riddle, Whelan played for ERAU from 2003-06. The two-time NAIA All-American earned numerous honors in his

He was also a three-time All Conference selection as well as the Florida Sun Conference and NAIA Region XIV Player of the Year in 2006. He served as team captain in both his junior and senior campaigns. Whelan, who received his B.S. from ERAU in Aeronautical Business Administration in 2007, was named an ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District selection by CoSIDA and received an NAIA Champion of Character Scholarship.

Assistant Coach

Before coming to the United States, he played at the highest level of youth soccer in England, the FA Youth Premier League, with the Blackburn Rovers Football Club in 2001-03.

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Player

Teams

Deshorn Brown

Colorado Rapids (MLS)

Stephen Okai

Charlotte Eagles (USL Pro)/Drafted 31st by Philadelphia Union (MLS)

Michael Azira

Charleston Battery of the USL Pro

Glenn Benjamin

Trinidad U-17/U-20(World Championship)/U-23/Senior Team, New Orleans Storm (USL A-League), Charleston Battery (USL Div I)

Mickey Trotman

Trinidad, New Orleans Storm (USL A-League), Dallas Burn (MLS), Member of 2002 World Cup Squad, Logged 1,947 minutes 1998-99 while scoring 6 goals and getting 5 assists, Started 21 games and appeared in 30

Lee Chalmers

New Orleans Gamblers (USL A-League)

Dominic Schell

Columbus Crew (MLS), El Paso Patriots (USL A-League), Nashville (USL A-League), Drafted in 5th round of 2000 MLS Draft

Paul Oyuga

Norway, Sweden, Kenyan National Team, 25 int’l matches for Kenyan National Team

Matt Miller

Charlotte Eagles (USL Div II), Wilmington Hammerheads (USL Div II)

Matt Millet

El Paso Patriots (USL A-League)

Remi Roy

Syracuse Salty Dogs (USL Div I), Virginia Beach Mariners (USL Div I)

Adauto Neto

Syracuse Salty Dogs (USL Div I), Rochester Rhinos (USL Div I), Cleveland Force (MISL), Baltimore Blast (MISL), MVP in 2005-06 (36 goals and 22 assists)

Carron Williams

Trinidad National Team U-17/U-20

Ousmane Coulibaly

Burkina Faso National Team

James Gledhill

Wilmington Hammerheads (USL Div II), 10 goals and 6 assists in 2005

Gaspar Borsellino

Montreal Impact (USL Div I), Drafted 7th overall in 2001 Draft

Chris Williams

Montreal Impact (USL Div I), Toronto Lynx (USL Div I), Charleston Battery (USL Div I), Drafted 26th overall in 2003 Draft by Toronto

Brady Bryant

Wilmington Hammerheads (USL Div II), Charlotte Eagles (USL Div II), 5th in 2008 with 1,702 minutes played

Victor Opong

Germany, Canadian National Team

Junior Noel

Trinidad National Team, Virginia Beach Mariners (USL Div I)

Andrew Bayliss

Ireland, St. Patricks Ireland (Irish Premier League), DundalK United (Irish 1st Division)

Teba McKnight

Charleston Battery (USL Div I), Trinidad U-17/U-20/U-23

Anthony Noriega

Kansas City Wizards (MLS), Vancouver White Cats (USL Div 1), Joe Public, Trinidad U-17/U-20/U-23/Senior Team

Stephan Shirley

Kansas City Wizards (MLS), Drafted 29th overall in 2006 MLS Draft, Rochester Rhinos (USL Div I)

Kirk Trotman

New Orleans Gamblers (USL A-League), Trinidad U-20 (World Championship) www.umobilerams.com

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Canada U-17/U-20 (World Championship)/U-23/ Senior Team

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Name Hayden Dees Xavier Audergon Pierre Mangold Andrew Tortorich Jubril Lawal Gaetan Massiah Luis Esteves Gunnar Steindorsson Clifford Nwechfom Alvaro Pichardo Naissim Ayadi Ashley Webb George Stannard Elijah Gibson Noel Johnson Michael Finamore Alex Swan Dakai Grant Paul Bougrat Mitch Golding Eoin Dolan Samuel Weeks Justin Dillenschneider Shaun Brown James Hayley Maurice Kleinert Daniel Spell Neil Jordan Harrison McGregor John Greene Anthony Greenlee Atem Kuot Dillon Lowe Andrew McAuley Mugisho Muhubao Zachary Nell James Satterfield Robby Webb

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Pos. GK GK DEF DEF DEF MF D/MF MF MF FWD MF MF FWD GK FWD MF DEF DEF DEF MF MF DEF DEF DEF MF DEF MF MF DEF GK DEF MF GK MF FWD FWD MF DEF

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

Hometown Fairhope, Ala. Lyon, France Dijon, France Mobile, Ala. Lagos, Nigeria Bordeaux, France Rotorua, New Zealand Reykjavik, Iceland Nigeria Managua, Nicaragua Paris, France London, UK Kent, UK Birmingham, Ala. Jamaica Irvington, Ala. Pelham, Ala. Bermuda Paris, France Brisbane, Australia Dunboyne, Ireland Tallahassee, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. London, UK Auburn, Ala. Hannover, Germany Lake Charles, La. Dublin, Ireland Edinburgh, Scotland Saraland, Ala. Sharpsburg, Ga. Sudan Theodore, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Saraland, Ala. Stockton, Ala. Fairhope, Ala.

Previous School The Pendleton School Lycee Pablo Neruda McGill-Toolen Lagos State Univ. Western Heights Menntaskiolinn Starkville HS South Essex College Clay-Chalkville Glenmuir HS Alma Bryant HS Pelham HS Monte Verde Academy Jeanne D Arc TGS St. Peter’s Dunboyne Lawton Chiles Lawton Chiles Cleeve Park Buttard Christian Schillerschule Hannover St. Louis Catholic Colaiste Eanna Southern Poly Saraland HS East Coweta Jacksonville State Faith Academy Jefferson State CC Murphy HS Faith Academy Saraland HS

University of Mobile Rams

Xavier Audergon

Paul Bougrat

Junior • Goalkeeper

Freshman • Defender Height: 5-10 Hometown: Paris, France Major: N/A Prev. School: Jeanne D Arc Club: Mobile Soccer Club Favorite Athlete: Cristiano Ronaldo Favorite Movie: N/A

Height: 6-1 Hometown: Lyon, France Major: Business Management Prev. School: Lycee Pablo Neruda Club: Grenoble Foot 38 Favorite Athlete: Gregory Coupet Favorite Movie: N/A Personal: Native of Lyon, France … Business and Management major … Enjoys football, movies and snow skiing

Personal: Son of Valerie and Sylvain Bougrat ... Native of France ... Enjoys soccer

2012: 2nd-Team All-SSAC ... 19 GS ... 78 SV ... 14 W ... 4 SHO

High School: Jeanne D Arc ... Played ice hockey

2011: Started 10 games in goal … Posted a 7-2-1 record … 6 shutouts … Allowed only 7 goals and made 43 saves … High of 8 saves versus William Carey Oct. 18

Club: Mobile Soccer Club

Club: Grenoble Foot 38 2008-10 … Reserve Team 2009-10 … U18 National Championship 2008-09 … Dijon FCO 2006-08 … U16 National Championship 2006-08

Other: Favorite athlete is Cristiano Ronaldo ... Favorite professional team is Paris Saint-Germain

Other: Favorite athletes are Gregory Coupet, Gianluigi Buffon and Hugo Iloris … Favorite professional team is the Olympique Lyonnais … Favorite movie is “Shutter Island”

Shaun Brown

Hayden Dees

Freshman • Defender

Freshman • Goalkeeper

Personal: Son of Lisa and David Brown ... Native of London, UK ... HPES major ... Enjoys knocking around with his mates High School: Cleeve Park ... Played football Club: Ebbsfleet United Football Club ... Won Kent League Other: Favorite athlete is Isaac Layne ... Favorite professional team is QPR ... Favorite movie is “Super Bad” ... Favorite TV show is “The Middle” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is steak ... Favorite fast food is KFC ... Celebrity dream date is Ceecee from “New Girl” ... Favorite snack is tea and biscuits ... In 10 years, he will be living the life of Riley ... Dream job is to play professional football in England

Height: 6-0 Hometown: Fairhope, Ala. Major: Psychology Prev. School: The Pendleton Club: N/A Favorite Athlete: N/A Favorite Movie: “Step Brothers” Personal: Son of Leslie and Brian Dees … Native of Fairhope, AL … Psychology major … Enjoys fishing, being on the water and sport shooting

Player Profiles

Height: 5-10 Hometown: London, UK Major: HPES Prev. School: Cleeve Park Club: Ebbsfleet United FC Favorite Athlete: Isaac Layne Favorite Movie: “Super Bad”

High School: The Pendleton School

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Other: Favorite movie is “Step Brothers” … Favorite TV show is “How I Met Your Mother”

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Justin Dillenschneider

Eoin Dolan

Junior • Defender

Senior • Midfielder Height: 6-1 Hometown: Dunboyne, Ireland Major: HPES Prev. School: St. Peter’s Dunboyne Club: Caped Ireland National Favorite Athlete: Tony Cascarino Favorite Movie: N/A

Height: 6-0 Hometown: Tallahassee, Fla. Major: Intercultural Studies Prev. School: Lawton Chiles Club: Tallahassee United FC Favorite Athlete: Bastian Schweinsteiger Favorite Movie: “The Hobbit” Personal: Son of Kim and Bob Dillenschneider ... Native of Tallahassee, FL ... Intercultural Studies major ... French minor

Personal: Native of Dunboyne, Ireland … HPES major … Enjoys doing stand-up and playing the flute

2012: Played in 4 games ... Scored in the shootout in the NAIA Opening Round victory

Mobile: 61 Games ... 11 G ... 11 A ... 4 GW goals

High School: Lawton Chiles ... Played soccer under Coach Brian Wilkinson ... Defensive MVP ... 2nd-Team All Big Bend ... Captain Other: Favorite athlete is Bastian Schweinsteiger ... Favorite professional team is Tottenham FC ... Favorite book is “The Hobbit” ... Favorite movie is “Boondock Saints” ... Favorite TV show is “Psych” ... Favorite fast food is Popeye’s ... Favorite ice cream is vanilla ... Favorite snack is Ritz Crackers ... In 10 years, he will be a foreign missionary

High School: St. Peter’s Dunboyne … Played softball and roller derby Club: Caped Ireland National Team 1998-2004 fifteen years… All-Ireland Champions Other: Favorite athlete is Tony Cascarino… Favorite homecooked meal is ma’s meat loaf… Always has microwavable sausage in his fridge… Can’t live without soccer, friends and his dad’s money… Has to look good to play good

Luis Esteves

Michael Finamore

Sophomore • Defender/MF

Sophomore • Midfielder Height: 6-0 Hometown: Irvington, Ala. Major: Undecided Prev. School: Alma Bryant HS Club: Mobile Soccer Club Favorite Athlete: N/A Favorite Movie: N/A

Player Profiles

Height: 6-2 Hometown: Rotorua, New Zealand Major: HPES Prev. School: Western Heights Club: Sounders U-23 Favorite Athlete: Sonny Williams Favorite Movie: N/A Personal: Son of Teresa and Vitor Esteves … Native of Ngongotaha, New Zealand … Human Performance and Exercise Science major … Enjoys playing FIFA with the boys, surfing and chilling

Personal: Son of Ruthie and Robert Finamore … Native of Irvington, AL … Undecided upon a major … Enjoys soccer, guitar and fishing

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2012: 14 Games ... 2 Assists

2012: 22 Games ... 1 Assist

Club: Seattle Sounders U-23 … North West Conference Champions 2012 … West Coast Conference Champions 2012

High School: Played soccer under Dustin Higgins

Other: Favorite professional team is Benfica CF … Favorite TV show is “Family Guy” … Favorite fast food is Chipotle … Dream job is to be a professional footballer or professional surfer … Greatest athletic achievement was being a New Zealand U17U-20 National Team Player and representing New Zealand U-17 at the FIFA World Cup in Nigeria in 2009

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Club: Mobile Soccer Club Other: Favorite professional team is Real Madrid … Favorite TV show is “The Office” … Favorite home-cooked meal is fried chicken … Favorite fast food is White Castle … Celebrity dream date is Selena Gomez … Favorite ice cream is Rocky Road … Favorite snack is Doritos … Dream job is to play soccer

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Elijah Gibson

Mitch Golding

Sophomore • Goalkeeper

Sophomore • Midfielder Height: 5-9 Hometown: Brisbane, Australia Major: Marine Science Prev. School: TGS Club: The Burbs Favorite Athlete: Timmy Cahill Favorite Movie: “Fired Up”

Height: 5-10 Hometown: Birmingham, Ala. Major: Communication Prev. School: Clay-Chalkville Club: Vestavia Hills Favorite Athlete: Kaylie Ruff Favorite Movie: “Mean Girls” Personal: Son of Charlesetta and Eddie Gibson ... Native of Birmingham, AL ... Communication major ... Enjoys crocheting hats 2012: 5 GP ... 24 Saves ... 3-2 Record ... 2 Shutouts High School: Clay-Chalkville ... Played soccer under Bob Adams ... Football under Jerry Hood ... Cheerleading under Amy Gay ... Birmingham North-East Player of the Year ... 1st-Team All-Metro Club: Vestavia Hills Soccer Club ... Olympic development State and Regional Teams

Personal: Native of Grafton, Australia … Marine Science major … Enjoys surfing and going to Walmart 2012: Played in 11 games High School: TGS … Played soccer under Coach Broadfoot Club: The Burbs Other: Favorite athlete is Timmy Cahill … Favorite movie is “Fired Up” … Favorite home-cooked meal is kangaroo ... In 10 years, it will be 10 years since he answered this question

Other: Favorite professional team is the Jamaican Bobsled Team ... Favorite book is “Curious George” ... Favorite TV show is “Girl Code” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is Top Ramen

Dakai Grant

James Hayley

Freshman • Defender

Sophomore • Midfielder

Personal: Son of Dorthea and Kevin Grant ... Native of Bermuda ... HPE/Fitness major ... Enjoys soccer Other: Favorite athlete is Fabregas ... Favorite professional team is Arsenal ... Favorite home-cooked meal is macaroni and cheese and fried chicken ... Favorite fast food is french fries ... Favorite ice cream is chocolate ... Favorite snack is popcorn ... Dream job is to be a professional soccer player ... He is scared of lizards and frogs

Height: 6-0 Hometown: Auburn, Ala. Major: Undecided Prev. School: Buttard Christian Club: N/A Favorite Athlete: Kobayashi

Personal: Son of Kathy and Dick Hayley ... Native of Auburn, AL … Undecided upon a major … Enjoys sports, staining, tanning, chilling, larping and guitar High School: Buttard Christian … Played soccer under Coach Dick Hayley and basketball under Coach Norm Godwin … Trinity 2009 MVP … NACA Most Valuable Offense Other: Favorite athlete is Kobayashi … Favorite professional team is the Philadelphia Passion … Favorite movie is “Santa Clause Conquers the Martians” … Favorite TV show is “Duck Dynasty” … Favorite home-cooked meal is squirrel soup … Favorite fast food is Express Loco Taco … Celebrity dream date is Jasmine from “Aladdin” … Favorite ice cream is Boccalone Prosclutto … Favorite snack is Fig Newtons … In 10 years, he will be living in his parents basement

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Player Profiles

Height: 5-8 Hometown: Bermuda Major: HPES/Fitness Prev. School: Monte Verde Club: N/A Favorite Athlete: Fabregas Favorite Movie: N/A

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Noel Johnson

Neil Jordan

Freshman • Forward

Freshman • Midfielder Height: 5-9 Hometown: Dublin, Ireland Major: HPES Prev. School: Colaiste Eanna Club: Crumlin United FC Favorite Athlete: Cesc Fabregas Favorite Movie: “Dumb & Dumber”

Height: 5-11 Hometown: Maypen, Jamaica Major: Bus Admin & Management Prev. School: Glenmuir Club: N/A Favorite Athlete: Cristiano Ronaldo Favorite Movie: “Chronicles of Riddick” Personal: Son of Pauline and Roy Johnson ... Native of Maypen, Clarendon, Jamaica ... Business Administration and Management ... Enjoys studying, playing soccer and socializing with friends High School: Glenmuir ... Played soccer under Coach Jackie Walters ... Dcup Championship in 2012 ... MVP ... Second highest goal scorer in 2011 Other: Favorite athlete is Cristiano Ronaldo ... Favorite professional team is Real Madrid ... Favorite book is “The Book of Eli” ... Favorite movie is “The Chronicles of Riddick” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is rice and peas, and fish with vegetables ... Favorite ice cream is chocolate ... In 10 years, he will be a professional soccer player

Personal: Son of Caroline and Alan Jordan ... Native of Dublin, Ireland ... HPES major High School: Colaiste Eanna ... Played soccer under Coach Gareth Hayden ... Team Captain Club: Crumlin United FC ... Athletic Union League Champions ... Unbeaten in the Athletic Union League in 2012-13 Other: Favorite athlete is Cesc Fabregas ... Favorite professional team is Arsenal FC ... Favorite movies are “Dumb & Dumber” and “Step Brothers” ... Favorite TV show is “Boardwalk Empire” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is Sunday roast or Thai green curry ... Favorite fast food is Domino’s ... Favorite ice cream is mint chocolate chip ... Dream job is to be a Premiership coach

Maurice Kleinert

Pierre Mangold

Freshman • Defender

Sophomore • Defender Height: 5-7 Hometown: Dijon, France Major: N/A Prev. School: N/A Club: N/A Favorite Athlete: N/A Favorite Movie: N/A

Player Profiles

Height: 6-1 Hometown: Hannover, Germany Major: CIS Prev. School: Schillerschule Club: Hannover ‘96 Favorite Athlete: Mario Baltotelli Favorite Movie: N/A Personal: Son of Beatrix and Dennis Kleinert ... Native of Hannover, Germany ... Computer Information Systems major ... Enjoys meeting friends, weight lifting and playing FIFA

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High School: Schillerschule Hannover Club: Hannover ‘96 ... TSV Havelse Other: Favorite athletes are Mario Baltotelli and David Alaba ... Favorite home-cooked meal is schnitzel ... Favorite fast food is McDonald’s ... In 10 years, he will be playing in the MLS

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Personal: Native of France 2012: NAIA Men’s Soccer All-Tournament Team ... 24 games ... 4 goals ... 3 assists ... 2 game-winners Other: Favorite home-cooked meal is snails and frogs … Celebrity dream date is Susan Boyle

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Gaetan Massiah

Harrison McGregor

Sophomore • Midfielder

Redshirt • Defender Height: 6-0 Hometown: Edinburgh, Scotland Major: Accounting Prev. School: Southern Poly Club: Hutchison Vale Favorite Athlete: David Beckham Favorite Movie: “Taken”

Height: 5-9 Hometown: Bordeaux, France Major: N/A Prev. School: N/A Club: N/A Favorite Athlete: Mario Balotelli Favorite Movie: N/A Personal: Native of Bordeaux, France 2012: 1st-Team All-SSAC ... 2nd-Team NAIA All-American ... 24 games ... 14 goals ... 12 assists ... 4 game-winners Other: Favorite athlete is Mario Balotelli … Favorite professional team is the Girondins de Bordeaux

Personal: Son of Suzy and John McGregor ... Native of Edinburgh, Scotland ... Accounting major ... Enjoys soccer, gym, golf and socialising Previous College: Southern Polytechnic State ... 2nd-Team AllConference High School: Dunbar Grammar School Club: Hutchison Vale Boys Club Other: Favorite athlete is David Beckham ... Favorite professional team is Hibernian FC ... Favorite movie is “Taken” ... Favorite TV show is “Prison Break” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is steak ... Dream job is to be a house husband

Mugisho Muhubao

Alvaro Pichardo

Freshman • Forward

Sophomore • Forward Height: 6-0 Hometown: Managua, Nicaraagua Major: Physiology Prev. School: Starkville HS Club: Tupelo Futbol Club Favorite Athlete: Neymar Favorite Movie: “Peaceful Warrior”

Personal: Son of Julien Tchalinda and Justin Nabukisa ... Native of Mobile, AL ... Engineering major ... Enjoys soccer

Personal: Son of Argen Loaisiga and Sergio Pichardo … Native of Managua, Nicaragua … Physiology major

High School: Murphy ... Played soccer ... 11 goals 2011-12 ... MVP of Battle of the Bay ... Outstanding Athlete of 2012-13 ... 48 goals as a senior ... Player of the Year 2013

2012: 2nd-Team All-SSAC ... 17 games ... 12 goals ... 3 assists

Club: Mobile Bay FC Other: Favorite athlete is Ronaldo Luis Nazario De Lima ... Favorite professional team is Madrid ... Favorite book is The Bible ... Favorite movie is “Blood Diamond” ... Favorite TV show is Fox Soccer ... Favorite home-cooked meal is chicken ... Favorite fast food is McDonald’s ... Celebrity dream date is Alex Morgan ... Favorite ice cream is chocolate ... Favorite snack is cookies ... In 10 years, he will be an engineer in Africa

High School: Played soccer under Brian Bennett … Two-time Offensive Player of the Year … 2011 Commercial Dispatch AllArea Player of the Year … Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal All-Area … Part of 2011 ODP Region III Team Other: Favorite professional teams are Man U and Real Madrid … Favorite TV show is “Prison Break” … Favorite home-cooked meal is lasagna … Dream job is to play professional soccer … Greatest athletic achievements are making the ODP Region III team and being invited to play for Pachuca’s U16 team

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Player Profiles

Height: 5-10 Hometown: Mobile, Ala. Major: Engineering Prev. School: Murphy Club: Mobile Bay FC Favorite Movie: “Blood Diamond”

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Daniel Spell

George Stannard

Senior • Midfielder

Freshman • Forward Height: 5-10 Hometown: Kent, UK Major: HPE Prev. School: St. George’s Club: N/A Favorite Athlete: David Beckham Favorite Movie: “Step Brothers”

Height: 5-8 Hometown: Lake Charles, La. Major: Global Business Prev. School: St. Louis Catholic Club: CSC Santos Favorite Athlete: Xavi Favorite Movie: N/A Personal: Son of Tina and Tony Spell … Native of Lake Charles, LA … Global Business major … Enjoys backyard croquet and carving wood 2012: Played in 12 games ... 3 goals and 1 assist High School: St. Louis Catholic … Played soccer under Coach Jason Oertling … Three-Time All-State … Three-Time AllDistrict … District MVP Other: Favorite professional team is AC Milan … Favorite TV show is “Two and a Half Men” … Favorite home-cooked meal is Maw Maw’s spaghetti … Celebrity dream date is Eva Mendez … In 10 years, he will be break dancing on the streets of New Orleans ... Dream job is to be an international trader

Personal: Native of Kent, UK ... HPE major ... Enjoys anything involving soccer Previous College: Sandwich Tech Football Academy High School: St. George’s C of E School ... Played soccer, rugby and cricket ... 100 meter record holder Other: Favorite athlete is David Beckham ... Favorite professional team is West Ham ... Favorite book is “Of Mice and Men” ... Favorite movie is “Step Brothers” ... Favorite TV show is “Sky Sports News” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is spaghetti bolognese ... Celebrity dream date is Eva Mendes ... Favorite ice cream is strawberry or chocolate ... In 10 years, he will be 10 years older ... Dream job is to be a West Ham striker

Gunnar Steindorsson

Alex Swan

Junior • Midfielder

Junior • Defender Height: 6-1 Hometown: Pelham, Ala. Major: CIS Prev. School: Pelham Club: BUSA ‘92 Favorite Athlete: Andrej Shevchenko Favorite Movie: N/A

Player Profiles

Height: 6-2 Hometown: Reykjavik, Iceland Major: Business Administration Prev. School: Menntaskiolinn Club: N/A Favorite Athlete: N/A Favorite Movie: N/A Personal: Son of Erna Benediktsdottir and Steindor Gunnarsson … Native of Reykjavik, Iceland … Business Administration major … Marketing minor … Enjoys watching the stars

Personal: Son of Tamar and Curtis Swan ... Native of Pelham, AL ... Computer Information Systems major ... Enjoys soccer, travel and music

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2012: 24 games ... 4 goals ... 9 assists

2012: 14 games played

2011: SSAC All-Freshman Team … Played in 16 games … 6 goals and 3 assists … 2 goals v. Shorter Sept. 23

High School: Pelham ... Played soccer ... Hustle Award

High School: Menntaskiolinn Other: Favorite TV show is “Entourage” … Dream job is to be a hairdresser

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Club: BUSA ‘92 ... BUSA ‘91 ... State Champs with BUSA ‘91 Other: Favorite athlete is Andrej Shevchenko ... Favorite professional team is Dinamo Kiev ... Favorite ice cream is vanilla ... In 10 years, he will be President of the USA ... Dream job is to be a professional soccer player

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Andrew Tortorich

Ashley Webb

Sophomore • Defender

Freshman • Midfielder Height: 5-9 Hometown: London, UK Major: Athletic Training Prev. School: South Essex Club: East Thurrock Favorite Athlete: David Beckham Favorite Movie: “Elf”

Height: 5-7 Hometown: Mobile, Ala. Major: Business Prev. School: McGill Toolen Club: Mobile Soccer Club Favorite Athlete: Andres Iniesta Favorite Movie: “Old School” Personal: Son of Theresa and Troy Tortorich … Native of Mobile, AL … Business major … Enjoys soccer, guitar and spending time with family

Personal: Son of Judy and Paul Webb ... Native of London, UK ... Athletic Training major ... Enjoys spending time with family and friends

2012: Played in 22 Games

Previous College: South Essex College ... Player of the Year ... All-Around Athlete ... British National Champions in 2012 ... Man of the Match in the finals

High School: McGill Toolen … Played soccer under Ruben Risco … Most Valuable Midfield Player Other: Favorite professional teams are Manchester United and New Orleans Saints … Favorite TV show is “That ‘70s Show” … Favorite home-cooked meal is Mom’s chicken spaghetti … Favorite fast food is Chick-Fil-A … Celebrity dream date is Selena Gomez … Favorite ice cream is Rocky Road with gummy bears … Dream job is to be a professional soccer player

High School: Chase ... Played football Club: East Thurrock Other: Favorite athlete is David Beckham ... Favorite professional team is Manchester United ... Favorite movie is “Elf” ... Favorite TV show is “Top Gear” ... Favorite homecooked meal is steak and chips ... Favorite fast food is KFC

Samuel Weeks

John Greene

Junior • Defender

Freshman • Goalkeeper

Personal: Son of Julia and Steven Weeks ... Native of Tallahassee, FL ... Math major ... Management minor ... Enjoys spelunking, knitting and dumpster diving Mobile: Played in 2 games in 2011 and 7 in 2012 High School: Lawton Chiles ... Played men’s soccer under coaches Craig Bultmann and Brian Wilkinson ... Defensive MVP Other: Favorite professional team is Average Joe’s Gym ... Favorite book is “Good Night Moon” ... Favorite TV show is “Duck Dynasty” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is burgers ... Favorite fast food is Chick-Fil-A ... Favorite ice cream is chocolate chip cookie dough ... Favorite snack is Bugles ... In 10 years, he will be 30 years old ... Dream job is to be a professional cup stacker

Height: 5-10 Hometown: Saraland, Ala. Major: Business Prev. School: Saraland Club: Mobile Bay FC Favorite Athlete: Iker Casillas Favorite Movie: “Old School” Personal: Son of Cindy and Johnny Greene ... Native of Saraland, AL ... Business major ... Enjoys hunting and fishing High School: Saraland ... Played soccer under coaches Leo Straughn and Robert Murphy ... MVP for two years Club: Mobile Bay FC ... Coach’s Award Other: Favorite athlete is Iker Casillas ... Favorite professional team is Real Madrid ... Favorite movie is “Old School” ... Favorite TV show is “Mad Men” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is grilled steak and loaded baked potato ... Favorite fast food is McDonald’s ... Celebrity dream date is Hope Solo ... Favorite ice cream is strawberry ... Favorite snack is popcorn ... Dream job is to be President ... Nickname is bug

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Height: 6-0 Hometown: Tallahassee, Fla. Major: Math Prev. School: Lawton Chiles Club: Tallahassee United Favorite Athlete: Anthony Greenlee Favorite Movie: “Dirty Dancing”

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Anthony Greenlee

Atem Kuot

Sophomore • Defender

Junior • Midfielder Height: 6-1 Hometown: Sudan Major: Political Science Prev. School: Jacksonville State Club: Mobile Soccer Club Favorite Athlete: N/A Favorite Movie: N/A

Height: 6-0 Hometown: Sharpsburg, Ga. Major: Accounting Prev. School: East Coweta Club: N/A Favorite Athlete: Jackie Moon Favorite Movie: “Troll 2” Personal: Son of Angela and Donald Greenlee … Native of Sharpsburg, GA … Accounting major … Enjoys long-boarding, staining and cliff diving 2012: Played in 2 games High School: East Coweta … Played soccer under Coach Todd Beldon and football under Coach Clint Wade Other: Favorite professional team is the Little Giants … Favorite book is “Yellow Submarine” … Favorite movie is “Troll 2” … Favorite TV show is “How I Met Your Mother” … Favorite homecooked meal is sandwiches … Favorite fast food is Ruth Chris … Celebrity dream date is anyone with money … Favorite snack is Sprite … In 10 years, he will just be getting out of college

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Personal: Son of Ayen Guet and Diany Deng ... Native of Sudan ... Political Science major ... Enjoys running and playing golf Previous College: Jacksonville State High School: Murphy ... Played soccer and football ... Ran cross country Club: Mobile Soccer Club

Dillon Lowe

Andrew McAuley

Freshman • Goalkeeper

Freshman • Midfielder

Height: 5-10 Hometown: Theodore, Ala. Major: Business Management Prev. School: Faith Academy Club: Mobile Soccer Club Favorite Athlete: Tim Howard Favorite Movie: N/A

Height: 5-7 Hometown: Birmingham, Ala. Major: Business Administration Prev. School: Jefferson State Club: N/A Favorite Athlete: Robert Lewandowski Favorite Movie: “Never Back Down”

Personal: Son of Beth and Ronnie Lowe ... Native of Theodore, AL ... Business Management major ... Enjoys the outdoors, fishing, wake boarding and water skiing

Personal: Son of Lisa and Desi McAuley ... Native of Birmingham, AL ... Business Administration major ... Enjoys fishing and soccer

High School: Faith Academy ... Played soccer under Coach Jonathan Sauers

Previous College: Jefferson State CC

Club: Mobile Soccer Club ... Pensacola Texans Other: Favorite athlete is Tim Howard ... Favorite professional team is Chelsea ... Favorite home-cooked meal is everything ... Celebrity dream date is Carrie Underwood ... Dream job is to be a soccer player

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Other: Favorite athlete is Robert Lewandowski ... Favorite professional team is Manchester United ... Favorite book is “Where the Birds Never Sing” ... Favorite movie is “Never Back Down” ... Favorite TV show is “The Office” ... Favorite homecooked meal is chicken pot pie ... Favorite fast food is Chick-FilA ... Celebrity dream date is Hayden Panettiere ... Favorite ice cream is mint chocolate chip ... In 10 years, he will hopefully be working for Gildan Activewear Inc. ... Dream job is to be a chief administrative officer

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Zachary Nell

James Satterfield

Freshman • Forward

Freshman • Midfielder Height: 5-9 Hometown: Stockton, Ala. Major: Nursing Prev. School: Saraland Club: Mobile Bay FC Favorite Athlete: Neymar Favorite Movie: N/A

Height: 6-1 Hometown: Saraland, Ala. Major: Athletic Training Prev. School: Faith Academy Club: Mobile United Favorite Athlete: Javier Balcazar Favorite Movie: “The Patriot” Personal: Son of Lisa and Richie Nell ... Native of Saraland, AL ... Athletic Training major ... Enjoys sports, fishing and hanging out with friends High School: Faith Academy ... Played soccer under Coach Jonathan Sauers ... 20 goals and 10 assists (both school records) in 2013 ... Team made playoffs for first time in school history in 2013 ... Outstanding Offensive Player ... All-State Honorable Mention ... 14 goals and 6 assists in 2012 ... 5 goals in 2011 Club: Mobile United U16-U17 ... Mobile Bay U-18 Other: Favorite athlete is Javier Balcazar ... Favorite professional team is Manchester United ... Favorite book is The Bible ... Favorite TV show is “Andy Griffith” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is turkey, dressing, rolls and sweet potato casserole

Robby Webb

Personal: Son of Andrea and Tom Satterfield ... Native of Stockton, AL ... Nursing major High School: Saraland ... Played soccer ... Ran cross country Club: Mobile Bay FC Premier Region 3 Other: Favorite athletes are Neymar and RG III ... Favorite professional team is Manchester United ... Favorite TV shows are “Blue Mountain State” and “Friends” ... Favorite home-cooked meal is ramen noodles ... Celebrity dream date is Jessica Simpson ... Favorite ice cream is cookies and cream ... In 10 years, he will be a nurse

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Naissim Ayadi

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Personal: Son of Laurie and Robert Webb ... Native of Fairhope, AL

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Auburn Montgomery Location.............Montgomery, AL Enrollment..............................5305 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.......................Warhawks Colors..........Orange, White, Black 2012 Record..........................18-4-2 Conference Record................8-2-1 Head Coach..................Wulf Koch Twitter...................@AUMathletics Web Site.............aumathletics.com

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Location......Franklin Springs, GA Enrollment.................................800 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname......................Lady Lions Colors..........................Red & Gold 2012 Record..........................10-8-2 Conference Record................4-6-1 Head Coach............Scott Borchers Twitter.......................@EC_ResLife Web Site...................goeclions.com

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Southern Poly Location....................Marietta, GA Enrollment..............................6200 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname...........................Hornets Colors.........Green, White & Black 2012 Record..........................15-6-1 Conference Record................7-3-1 Head Coach.............Kom Momeni Twitter................@SPSU_Athletics Web Site..............spsuhornets.com

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Belhaven University

Bethel University

Location......................Jackson, MS Enrollment..............................3250 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname............................Blazers Colors......................Green & Gold 2012 Record..........................19-4-1 Conference Record................7-3-1 Head Coach........Brian McMahon Twitter...............@belhavenblazers Web Site.......blazers.belhaven.edu

Location..................McKenzie, TN Enrollment..............................5987 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname..........................Wildcats Colors......................Gold & Purple 2012 Record...........................9-3-1 Conference Record...................5-1 Head Coach............Melvin Belong Twitter......................@BUWildcats Web Site..........bethelathletics.com

Location...............Mt. Vernon, GA Enrollment..............................1050 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname...................Lady Barons Colors...........Navy Blue & Orange 2012 Record.........................3-14-1 Conference Record.................0-11 Head Coach...............Michael Dye Twitter....................@GoBaronsGo Web Site...............gobaronsgo.com

Faulkner University

Florida Memorial

Martin Methodist

Location.............Montgomery, AL Enrollment..............................3200 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname..............................Eagles Colors..............Blue, Black & Gray 2012 Record.........................4-12-2 Conference Record................2-8-1 Head Coach..................Kyle Beard Twitter..................@FaulknerEagle Web Site..........faulknereagles.com

Location.........Miami Gardens, FL Enrollment..............................1807 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference........................The Sun Nickname...............................Lions Colors........Blue, Orange & White 2012 Record..........................8-11-1 Conference Record................4-6-0 Head Coach....Fernando Valenzuela Twitter.............@FloridaMemorial Web Site........fmuniv.edu/athletics

Location.......................Pulaski, TN Enrollment...............................1090 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname......................RedHawks Colors..........Red, Copper & Black 2012 Record.............................11-6 Conference Record...................5-1 Head Coach..............Gerry Cleary Twitter...@MMCRowdyRedHawk Web Site..............goredhawks.com

Southern Wesleyan Location.......................Central, SC Enrollment.................................632 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname................Lady Warriors Colors..........................Blue & Gold 2012 Record..........................15-4-1 Conference Record................9-2-1 Head Coach.....Camilo Rodriguez Twitter.........................@SWU_edu Web Site..............swuathletics.com

Spring Hill College Location........................Mobile, AL Enrollment..............................1400 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname...........................Badgers Colors....................Purple & White 2012 Record..........................10-8-1 Conference Record................5-5-1 Head Coach................Tim Brooks Twitter................@SHCBADGERS Web Site................shcbadgers.com

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St. Thomas University Location.........Miami Gardens, FL Enrollment..............................4200 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference........................The Sun Nickname...........................Bobcats Colors......Navy, Blue & Burgundy 2012 Record..........................12-4-1 Conference Record..............10-1-0 Head Coach...................Felix Mats Twitter.................@StThomasUniv Web Site................stubobcats.com

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Texas Brownsville Location...............Brownsville, TX Enrollment.............................12228 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference...........................RRAC Nickname............................Ocelots Colors........Orange, White & Blue 2012 Record...........................9-6-3 Conference Record................8-3-0 Head Coach...........Dan Balaguero Twitter.....................@UTBOcelots Web Site...............utbathletics.com

Thomas University Location..............Thomasville, GA Enrollment..............................1030 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference........................The Sun Nickname..................Night Hawks Colors.......Hunter Green & White 2012 Record..........................12-6-0 Conference Record................7-3-0 Head Coach........Ricky Zambrano Twitter..................@ThomasU1950 Web Site.......................thomas.edu

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William Carey University

Location...............Costa Mesa, CA Enrollment..............................1450 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference............................GSAC Nickname...............................Lions Colors........................Navy & Gold 2012 Record............................8-9-2 Conference Record................6-3-1 Head Coach.............Randy Dodge Twitter...........................@VULions Web Site..........vanguardlions.com

Location...............Hattiesburg, MS Enrollment...............................4115 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.............Lady Crusaders Colors.............Red, Black & White 2012 Record..........................10-8-1 Conference Record................6-5-0 Head Coach.............Nigel Boulton Twitter.................@CareyAthletics Web Site...........careyathletics.com

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Chris Dillon 2nd-Team AA

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Gaetan Massiah 14 G, 12 A, 40 P

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Xavier Audergon 78 SV, 4 SHO, 14 W

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Player Audergon, Xavier Tortorich, Andrew Kimbrell, Kyle Massiah, Gaetan Mendenhall, Shane Steindorsson, Gunnar Okai, Stephen Ayadi, Naissim Spell, Daniel Pichardo, Alvaro Gibson, Elijah Finamore, Michael Swan, Alex Blackburn, Sam Greenlee, Anthony Golding, Mitch Mangold, Pierre Weeks, Samuel Dillenschneider, Justin Belser, David Esteves, Luis Dillon, Chris Player TEAM, Audergon, Xavier Gibson, Elijah

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GS 19 19 24 24 0 24 23 19 0 16 5 12 1 18 0 1 24 0 0 0 11 24 GS 0 19 5

G 0 0 0 14 0 4 10 12 3 12 0 0 0 6 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 2 Min 0:00 1750:00 450:00

Opponent Florida Memorial Northwood (Fla.) MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan. Thomas (Ga.) Texas at Brownsville Embry-Riddle (Fla.) Southern Poly (Ga.) Lee (Tenn.) Southern Wesleyan (S.C.) Truett-McConnell (Ga.) Auburn Montgomery (Ala.) Faulkner (Ala.) Emmanuel (Ga.) Brewton-Parker (Ga.) Belhaven (Miss.) William Carey (Miss.) Spring Hill (Ala.) Lee (Tenn.) Southern Poly (Ga.) Texas Wesleyan Columbia (Mo.) Concordia (Calif.) MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan. Belhaven (Miss.)

A 1 0 1 12 1 9 9 6 1 3 0 1 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 1

Pts 1 0 1 40 1 17 29 30 7 27 0 1 0 18 0 0 11 0 0 2 2 5 GA 0 22 6 Score 9-0 4-3 2-2 1-4 2-0 2-1 1-2 2-0 2-3 6-0 6-2 6-1 2-1 5-0 3-1 2-0 3-1 3-0 0-1 0-0 2-1 3-2 2-1 0-2

G/SH 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.175 0.000 0.108 0.222 0.214 0.750 0.333 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.122 0.000 0.000 0.308 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 0.095 GAAvg 0.000 1.131 1.200

SH 0 1 7 80 0 37 45 56 4 36 0 3 0 49 0 5 13 1 1 1 11 21 SV 4 78 24 W W W

SOG 0 0 2 38 0 15 20 28 4 24 0 1 0 23 0 2 7 1 0 1 4 13

SOG/SH GW PKM 0.000 0 0 0.000 0 0 0.286 0 0 0.475 4 0 0.000 0 0 0.405 1 0 0.444 3 1 0.500 2 1 1.000 0 0 0.667 4 0 0.000 0 0 0.333 0 0 0.000 0 0 0.469 0 0 0.000 0 0 0.400 0 0 0.538 2 0 1.000 0 0 0.000 0 0 1.000 0 0 0.364 0 0 0.619 0 0

Pct 1.000 0.780 0.800 L

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T L W W L W L W W W W W W W W W L

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T W W W L

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T 0 2 0

PKA 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SHO 1.00 4.00 2.00

Record 1-0 2-0 2-0-1 2-1-1 3-1-1 4-1-1 4-2-1, 0-1-0 5-2-1, 1-1-0 5-3-1, 1-2-0 6-3-1, 2-2-0 7-3-1, 3-2-0 8-3-1, 4-2-0 9-3-1, 5-2-0 10-3-1, 6-2-0 11-3-1, 7-2-0 12-3-1, 8-2-0 13-3-1, 9-2-0 14-3-1 14-4-1 14-4-2 15-4-2 16-4-2 17-4-2 17-5-2

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GP 0 19 5

GP 19 22 24 24 4 24 23 21 12 17 7 22 14 23 2 11 24 7 4 5 14 24

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9. Ruben Diaz (2008) 10. Adauto Neto (2000)

Goals

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Saves

3. Stephen Okai (2009-12) 4. Ruben Diaz (2007-10) 4. Sam Blackburn (2009-12) 6. Ousmane Coulibaly ()

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Points

1. Deshorn Brown (2011) 2. Bonaventure Maruti (1999) 3. Deshorn Brown (2010) 4. James Gledhill (2000) 5. Norman Dotch (1994) 6. Dencho Vassilev (1992) 7. Mickey Trotman (1993) 7. Adauto Neto (2000) 7. Gaetan Massiah (2012) 10. Dencho Vassilev (1994)

32 22 21 21 16 15 14 14 14 13

Assists

1. Brett Macintosh (1992) 2. Xavier Audergon (2012) 3. Jason Williams (2008) 4. Jason Williams (2010) 5. Andrew Bayliss (2002) 5. James Beggs (2004)

170 78 67 64 62 62

Shutouts 1. Brett Macintosh (1992) 2. Tommy Sarkkinen (2003) 2. Adrian Rochofski (2007) 2. Jason Williams (2010) 5. Xavier Audergon (2011)

8 7 7 7 6

Career Goals

1. Deshorn Brown (2010-11) 2. Ruben Diaz (2008-11) 3. Dencho Vassilev (1992-94) 4. Mickey Trotman (1993-96) 5. Stephen Okai (2009-12) 6. James Gledhill (2000, 02) 7. Dominic Schell (1996-99) 8. Adauto Neto (1999-01) 9. Norman Dotch (1993-95) 9. Bonaventure Maruti (1997-99)

114 86 79 72 66 65 64 63 60 60

Saves 1. Jason Williams (2007-10) 2. Brett Macintosh (1992) 3. James Beggs (2004-06) 4. Xavier Audergon (2011-) 5. Tommy Sarkkinen (2002-05)

206 170 152 121 82

Shutouts

All-Time Records

1. Dominic Schell (1999) 2. Dominic Schell (1997) 3. Adauto Neto (1999) 4. Lee Chalmers (1992) 4. Ousmane Coulibaly (1999) 6. Sam Blackburn (2011) 7. Ruben Diaz (2008) 7. Gaetan Massiah (2012) 9. Dencho Vassilev (1992) 30 10. Stephen Okai (2011) Points 1. Deshorn Brown (2011) 2. Deshorn Brown (2010) 3. Bonaventure Maruti (1999) 3. James Gledhill (2000) 5. Dencho Vassilev (1992) 6. Gaetan Massiah (2012) 7. Lee Chalmers (1992) 7. Dominic Schell (1997)

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1. Deshorn Brown (2010-11) 2. Mickey Trotman (1993-96) 3. Dencho Vassilev (1992-94) 4. Ruben Diaz (2007-10) 5. Norman Dotch(1993-95) 5. Bonaventure Maruti (1997-99) 5. James Gledhill (2000, 02) 8. Onesimus Ikungo (2007-10) 9. Lee Chalmers (1992-95) 10. Glenn Benjamin (1993-96)

53 36 34 31 30 30 30 23 22 21

Assists 1. Dominic Schell (1996-99) 2. Adauto Neto (1999-01)

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1. Jason Williams (2007-10) 2. Xavier Audergon (2011-) 3. Tommy Sarkkinen (2002-05) 4. Brett Macintosh (1992) 5. Adrian Rochofski (2004-07) 5. James Beggs (2004-06)

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University of Mobile Rams 1991 5-12-1 Lindsey Wilson L, 1-7 Lee L, 2-3 Birmingham Southern L Belhaven College L, 1-6 Alabama-Huntsville W, 2-0 LSU-Shreveport W, 4-0 Auburn-Montgomery L, 1-2 Belmont College T, 2-2 William Carey L, 2-5 Columbus College W, 1-0 Huntingdon L, 0-9 North-Georgia W, 1-0 Belhaven College L, 0-7 William Carey ? Columbus College ? West Florida ? Huntingdon L, 1-9

Barry W, 3-1 Lindsey Wilson W, 7-0 Midwestern State W, 8-1 Spring Hill W, 4-1 Rockhurst W, 2-1 Sangamon W, 5-4 Auburn-Montgomery W, 1-0 Incarnate Word W, 2-0 St. Edward’s L, 0-1 Lee W, 4-0 Tiffin W, 5-0 Huntingdon W, 2-0 Belhaven L, 0-1 William Carey W, 3-0 Belhaven L, 2-4 Westmont W, 2-1 Midwestern State W, 3-0 Lindsey Wilson W, 2-0 West Virginia Wesleyan L, 2-4

1992 14-4-1 Alabama-Huntsville W, 2-1 Alabama A&M L, 0-1 Warner Southern W, 16-0 Webber College W, 6-0 Spring Hill W, 4-0 Auburn-Montgomery W, 6-4 Huntingdon L, 0-4 North Georgia W, 5-0 Lambuth College W, 4-0 Alabama-Birmingham W, 5-0 Birmingham Southern W, 1-0 Huntingdon W, 8-2 Warner Southern W, 10-0 West Florida T, 2-2 LSU-Shreveport W, 7-0 William Carey W, 3-0 Belhaven L, 0-1 William Carey W, 5-1 Belhaven L, 2-3

1995 17-14 Lynn Univ. W, 2-1 Alabama A&M ? TBA ? Azusa Pacific W, 4-0 Christian Brothers W, 8-1 William Carey L, 1-2 TBA L Tiffin W, 3-0 TBA W West Florida W, 5-0 TBA W TBA W Auburn-Montgomery W, 3-1 TBA W TBA W TBA W Huntingdon W, 4-0 Belhaven W, 6-2 Belhaven W, 2-1 William Carey L, 1-2 Westmar W, 6-0 Midwestern State L, 1-3

1994 22-4-0 Teikyo Westmar W, 5-0 Tusculum W, 4-1 Concordia College W, 4-0 West Florida W, 5-0 Columbus College W, 7-0 William Carey W, 7-0

1997 16-7-2 Rio Grande W Mt. St. Clare W Brewton-Parker W, 2-0 Cal-St. Dominquez Hills W, 7-1 West TX St. L Baker W, 7-1 Lindsey Wilson ? Lynn ? Life ? William Carey ? Nova Southeastern ? Thomas ? St. Edwards ? LeTourneau ? Birmingham Southern ? Belhaven ? West Florida ? Auburn-Montgomery ? Spring Hill ? Spring Hill W, 4-0 William Carey W, 3-1 Phillips W, 2-1 Incarnate Word W, 3-1 Lindsey Wilson W, 4-1 Rockhurst L, 3-4 2000 15-8-1 St. Gregory’s

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2001 12-5-2

Judson College W, 3-2 King College L, 0-1 Belhaven W, 12-0 Montevallo W, 6-0 Baker Univ. L, 1-2 TN Wesleyan W, 1-0 Lindenwood T, 1-1 Auburn-Montgomery W, 2-1 Cumberland W, 3-1 Lindsey Wilson L, 1-2 William Carey L, 0-1 St. Gregory’s W, 2-1 Newman University W, 1-0 Incarnate Word L, 0-1 Trinity University W, 2-1 West Florida T, 2-2 Life University W, 3-1 Berry College W, 2-1 Mid Continent College W, 2-1 Life University L, 1-2 William Carey L, 1-2 2002 18-4-1

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1993 15-5-3 Tiffin University W, 3-2 National-Louis Univ. L, 0-1 Huntingdon W, 5-1 Tusculum W, 4-0 Augusta College W, 8-1 Spring Hill W, 8-3 West Florida W, 3-0 Oklahoma City W, 2-1 Midwestern State T, 1-1 William Carey T, 2-2 Birmingham Southern W, 3-1 Rowan College T, 3-3 West Virginia Wesleyan L, 0-3 Alderson-Broaddus L Univ. Charleston W Incarnate Word College W Sangamon State W, 3-2 Belhaven College W, 2-1 Spring Hill W, 8-0 Belhaven L, 1-2 Belmont Abbey W, 4-2 Midwestern State W, 4-1 Lynn Univ. L, 1-3

USAO W, 4-1 West Florida W, 5-3 Lindsey Wilson W, 3-2 Kansas Newman W, 8-0 Rio Grande T, 2-2 St. Edwards L, 3-5 Incarnate Word L, 1-4 Life College L, 2-3 Lindenwood W, 6-5 William Carey W, 3-1 Lindsey Wilson W, 2-1 Auburn-Montgomery L, 1-2 Berry L, 1-3 St. Thomas L, 0-2 Montevallo L, 1-2 Belhaven College W, 4-1 Thomas W, 7-3 William Carey W, 3-1 William Carey W, 4-3 Auburn-Montgomery W, 2-1 Albertson W, 4-2 Westmont W, 2-1 Auburn-Montgomery L, 0-1

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William Carey L, 2-4 Bellevue Univ. L, 0-1 Mid-Continent L, 0-3 Auburn-Montgomery L, 0-1 Cedarville Univ. W, 4-0 Belhaven L, 0-1 Spring Hill W, 3-2 Brescia Univ. W, 2-0 Belhaven L, 1-6 Berry College W, 2-1 Azusa Pacific L, 2-4 2005 4-8-3

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2003 16-5-0

Brescia University Kendall College Belhaven College Oklahoma Christian Berry College Thomas Univ. Lambuth Univ. William Carey Lindsey Wilson Mid-Continent Trevecca Nazarene St. Thomas Univ. North-Georgia Spring Hill Covenant College Cedarville Univ. Southern Wesleyan Univ. Thomas Univ. Auburn-Montgomery Columbia College Rio Grande Univ.

W, 1-0 W, 4-0 W, 5-0 L, 3-4 W, 2-0 L, 0-1 W, 2-0 W, 4-1 L, 0-4 L, 3-4 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 W, 5-1 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 W, 1-0 W, 4-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 L, 1-3

2004 12-6-1

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Oklahoma Baptist T, 1-1 Holy Names T, 0-0 Lindenwood Univ. L, 0-2 Columbia College L, 1-3 William Carey W, 3-2 Mid-Continent L, 0-1 Notre Dame College L, 1-2 Cumberland W, 5-2 Biola Univ. W, 5-4 Azusa Pacific Univ. L, 1-2 Cedarville Univ. L, 1-2 Auburn-Montgomery L, 1-2 West Florida T, 1-1 Southern Wesleyan W, 6-0 Lee L, 0-3

2007 14-5-1

Southern Nazarene L, 0-1 Houghton College T, 1-1 Rio Grande L, 1-2 Texas College W, 4-0 Bryan College W, 3-0 Auburn-Montgomery W, 2-0 Univ. of the Cumberlands W, 1-0 William Carey W, 3-0 Webber International W, 2-1 John Brown Univ. W, 5-0 Spring Hill W, 5-1 Tusculum W, 2-1 Milligan W, 1-0 Mid-Continent W, 3-2 Belhaven College W, 1-0 Berry College W, 3-2 Spring Hill W, 2-1 William Carey L, 1-2 Lee Univ. L, 1-2 Embry-Riddle L, 0-2 2008 13-7-2

2006 7-9-0

Rio Grande L, 1-5 Bethel (IND) W, 3-2 Bryan College L, 0-2 Columbia College W, 2-0 Azusa Pacific L, 0-2 Embry-Riddle L, 1-3 Notre Dame College W, 5-3 Lee Univ. L, 1-3 William Carey W, 3-0 Milligan W, 2-1 Auburn-Montgomery L, 0-2 West Florida L, 1-4 Berry College L, 2-5 Spring Hill W, 4-0 Shorter W, 2-1 Lee Univ. L, 2-4

Texas College Rio Grande Notre Dame Webber International Vanguard Univ. Houghton College Embry-Riddle Indiana Wesleyan William Carey Spring Hill Thomas Univ. Mid-Continent Belhaven College Auburn-Montgomery West Florida Berry College Belhaven College William Carey Mountain State Univ. UT-Brownsville Dana College Bethel College (TN)

W, 5-1 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 6-5 T, 1-1 W, 2-1 T, 3-3 L, 1-2 L, 0-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 2-1 W, 3-1 L, 0-2 L, 2-3 W, 6-1 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 6-0 W, 3-0 W, 7-0 L, 0-3

University of Mobile Rams 2009 9-11-0

Martin Methodist Marian Univ. Concordia Univ. Azusa Pacific UT-Brownsville Embry-Riddle Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma City St. Thomas (TX) LSU-Shreveport Northwood Univ. (TX) Belhaven Univ. William Carey Univ. Auburn-Montgomery West Florida Spring Hill Belhaven Univ. William Carey Univ. Asbury Univ. Embry-Riddle

L, 0-1 W, 1-0 L, 1-2 L, 0-6 L, 0-1 W, 1-0 W, 2-0 L, 1-2 L, 0-2 W, 5-4 W, 2-1 L, 0-1 L, 1-3 L, 0-1 L, 1-2 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 W, 4-0 W, 2-1 L, 0-2

Bethel College (IN) Martin Methodist Milligan College Northwood Univ. (FL) Southern Poly Embry-Riddle Northwood Univ. (TX) Bethel Univ. (TN) Shorter Univ. Belhaven Univ. UT-Brownsville Houston-Victoria Faulkner Univ. William Carey West Florida Auburn-Montgomery Spring Hill Lee Univ. Shorter Univ. Southern Poly Belhaven Univ. Bethel Univ. (TN) Notre Dame College

W, 3-1 T, 0--0 W, 3-0 L, 0-2 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 2-1 W, 1-0 T, 1-1 L, 1-2 W, 5-3 W, 4-0 W, 1-0 L, 2-3 W, 4-1 W, 1-0 W, 2-1 W, 4-1 W, 2-0 W, 4-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-1

2011 16-3-1

2010

17-4-2

Embry-Riddle SCAD-Savannah Mississippi College UT-Brownsville Shorter Univ. Lee Univ. Southern Poly Southern Wesleyan Truett-McConnell Emmanuel College Brewton-Parker

W, 2-1 W, 5-0 W, 6-0 W, 2-0 W, 8-0 W, 4-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-2 W, 4-0 W, 4-0 W, 10-0

Belhaven Univ. Faulkner Univ. William Carey West Florida Auburn-Montgomery Spring Hill Spring Hill Auburn-Montgomery William Carey

W, 3-1 W, 2-0 T, 1-1 W, 1-0 W, 4-0 W, 5-0 W, 4-0 L, 2-3 L, 0-3

2012 17-5-2

Florida Memorial W, 9-0 Northwood (FL) W, 4-3 MidAmerica Nazarene T, 2-2 Thomas Univ. L, 1-4 UT-Brownsville W, 2-0 Embry-Riddle W, 2-1 Southern Poly L, 1-2 Lee Univ. W, 2-0 Southern Wesleyan L, 2-3 Truett-McConnell W, 6-0 Auburn-Montgomery W, 6-2 Faulkner Univ. W, 6-1 Emmanuel College W, 2-1 Brewton-Parker W, 5-0 Belhaven Univ. W, 3-1 William Carey W, 2-0 Spring Hill W, 3-1 Lee Univ. W, 3-0 Southern Poly L, 0-1 Texas Wesleyan T, 0-0 Columbia College W, 2-1 Concordia W, 3-2 MidAmerica W, 2-1 Belhaven L, 0-2

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