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Providence College 2010 Season Highlights • Providence College posted its sixth consecutive winning season, a feat that had not been accomplished since 1982-87. The Friars’ 13 wins were the most since the 2006 squad finished with a 13-7-0 mark. • The Friars earned their fifth trip to the NCAA Tournament, including their fourth in the last six years. Providence hosted its first-ever NCAA Championship game at Glay Field and defeated Saint Peter’s, 6-2, to advance to the second round for the second time in school history. • The Friars posted a 3-0-1 record in the BIG EAST Championship and advanced to the final for the second time in school history (1984 was the other). PC tied No. 1 Louisville, 1-1, in double overtime, but the Cardinals claimed the BIG EAST title with a 3-2 penalty kick shootout win. • Matt Marcin was named to the All-BIG EAST First Team and to the NSCAA AllNortheast Region First Team. Marcin, Jhojan Obando, Bryan Minogue, and Andrew Sousa earned All-BIG EAST Tournament Team honors. • The Friars had a 10-game unbeaten streak (Oct. 16 - Nov. 18), in which they recorded seven consecutive wins for the first time since 1984. • Providence’s 10-game unbeaten streak (8-0-2) is the longest stretch without a loss since the 1984 team had a 9-0-1 mark. • The Friars scored 33 goals, the most scored by a Providence team since the 1985 squad had 37. • PC finished the regular season ranked No. 20 in the NSCAA national poll.

The official apparel logo of the 2011 Providence men’s soccer program. Providence College Information Location: ...................................................................................................Providence, R.I. Founded: ....................................................................................................................... 1917 Enrollment: . ............................................................................................................... 3,518 President: ..............................................................................Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. Denomination: . .........................................................................Catholic (Dominican) Athletics Director: ................................................................................. Robert Driscoll Conference: ......................................................................................................... BIG EAST Nickname: . ................................................................................................................. Friars Colors: ......................................................................................... Black, White and Silver Home Field: .......................................................................Glay Field (Capacity 1,500) Coaching Staff Head Coach.................................................. Chaka Daley (Providence College ‘96) Years as Head Coach/Years at PC................................................................... 11/Same Assistant Coach..................................................John Mark Andrade (Syracuse ‘02) Assistant Coach.......................... Dave DeMello (University of Rhode Island ‘94) Assistant Coach................................................................Tim Fauth (Monmouth ‘01) Director of Soccer Operations.................Justin Kahle (Providence College ‘10) Men’s Soccer Office Phone: ................................................................. 401-865-2005 Team Information 2010 Overall Record . ............................................................................................. 13-6-3 2010 BIG EAST Record . ...........................................................................................4-4-1 2010 BIG EAST Finish .....................................................................Fifth Blue Division 2010 BIG EAST Championship................................................................................3-0-1 ............................................................................ lost PK shootout to Louisville in final Starters Returning/Lost ...............................................................................................7/5 Lettermen Returning/Lost........................................................................................ 14/6 NCAA Tournament: .........................................................................Five Appearances ......................................................................(1983, 2005 - 2nd Rd., 2006, 2007, 2010) 2011 Captains...................................................................Jhojan Obando, John Raley

Media Relations Men’s Soccer SID ..........................................................................................Jorge Rocha Phone Number / E-Mail......................... 401-865-2201/jrocha@providence.edu Fax Number . ............................................................................................. 401-865-2583 Web Site ...................................................................................................www.friars.com Mailing Address.... Alumni Hall - 1 Cunningham Square, Providence, RI 02918 Table of Contents General information...........................................................................................................3 Providence College........................................................................................................4-5 Rhode Island.....................................................................................................................6-7 Providence College Administration.............................................................................8 BIG EAST Conference.................................................................................................. 9-10 Friar Facilities...............................................................................................................11-14 Friar Coaching Staff/Support Staff.......................................................................15-18 2011 Roster........................................................................................................................ 19 Player Profiles..............................................................................................................20-29 2010 Stats/Results........................................................................................................... 30 Friar Tournament History.............................................................................................. 31 Friar Records...................................................................................................................... 32 All-Time Big East Standings....................................................................................33-35 All-Time Friar Greats........................................................................................................ 36 Year-By-Year Results..................................................................................................37-40 All-Time Roster............................................................................................................41-44 Credits The 2011 Providence College Men’s Soccer Online Team Guide is published by the Providence College Athletic Department and all rights are reserved. All information in this guide is property of Providence College. Editor: Jorge Rocha; Front cover design: John May. Photography: Derrick Robinson, Tom Maguire, David Silverman (DSPics.com), Richard Benjamin, New England Revolution, New York Red Bulls.

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Providence College PROVIDENCE COLLEGE PROFILE Affiliation Roman Catholic Dominican Friars Enrollment 3,518 undergraduates 13% from Rhode Island 65% from New England 18 foreign countries 43% men, 57% women Providence, Rhode Island 175,255 residents 61,168 full time college students Campus 105 acres Concannon Fitness Center/Peterson Rec. Center Basketball Courts Indoor Track Swimming Pool Racquetball Courts Nautilus Room Tennis Courts Dance Studio Weight Room Phillips Memorial Library 560,975 Total holdings which include print and electronic volumes, online databases, serials and electronic media Albertus Magnus-Hickey Science Complex State of the Art Labs Computer Work Stations Research Facilities Smith Center for the Arts Angell Blackfriars Theatre Concert Hall Film Screening Classroom Dance Studio Keyboard Piano Lab Music Library Seven Computer Labs Nine Dormitories Five Apartment Buildings One Suite Hall Faculty 410 members, 400 teaching faculty 8.0% Dominican, 7.3% Friars 12.1:1 student to faculty ratio 96% Ph.D. or highest degree in field

Providence College The Mission of the College Providence College is a primarily undergraduate, liberal arts, Catholic institution of higher education. Committed to fostering academic excellence through the sciences and humanities, the College provides a variety of opportunities for intellectual, social, moral and spiritual growth in a supportive environment. The College actively cultivates intellectual, spiritual, ethical and aesthetic values within the context of the Judaeo-Christian heritage. These values are nurtured by the unique tradition of the Dominican Order which emphasizes quality teaching and scholarship. Providence College recognizes the unity of the human family that proceeds from its one Creator. It therefore encourages the deepest respect for the essential dignity, freedom and equality of every person and welcomes qualified women and men from all religious, racial and ethnic backgrounds. Providence College prepares its students to be responsible and productive citizens to serve in their own society and the greater world community. Responding to the needs of Rhode Island, the Dominican Order of Preachers made a special commitment to the state in 1917 and founded Providence College — the only institution of higher learning in North America that is conducted by the Order. In 93 years, Providence College has steadily moved to a position of national prominence, while maintaining a personal, community-like atmosphere that fosters growth and development among its student population. Providence College’s rich heritage dates back to 1216, or the origins of the Dominican Order in Spain. Through the ages, the Dominican Friars became known as the “champions of the faith,” spreading the gospel message through the centuries into every corner of the globe. Today, Dominican Friars continue to spread the gospel in a wide range of remote areas of the world, to teach at every level of the United States educational system. With the Dominican tradition as its foundation, Providence College focuses on developing the entire person through its values-oriented education. The college seeks to complement a student’s knowledge with knowledge of his own values — values that will remain the foundation for sound judgement throughout a lifetime. To that end, Providence College aims to relate its curriculum to the problems of contemporary

society, offering diverse programs of study that remain grounded in the liberal arts. Students may choose from some 60 concentrations ranging from computer science to labor relations to theatre arts. In addition, qualified students who wish to structure a program not specifically provided under the regular concentrations may develop their own program with the approval of the dean of the college. As part of the core curriculum, all students take a two-year, team-taught course, Development of Western Civilization (DWC) which integrates the study of literature, philosophy, history and religious studies through the ages into a cohesive interdisciplinary unit. Situated just on the fringe of downtown Providence, the College’s location enables students to have easy access to the many social, cultural, educational and recreational amenities of urban life - the Providence Public Library; entertainment at the Providence Performing Arts Center; the Providence Place Mall, the Bank of America City Center, sporting events, entertainment and trade shows at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center and the Providence Convention Center and dozens of fine restaurants. With several other major educational institutions located in Providence, the city has become a hub of collegiate activity.

Providence College Athletic Department Mission Statement The mission of the Providence College Intercollegiate Athletics program is to foster the personal development and education of young men and women through their participation in NCAA Division I athletics. Athletic contests provide an opportunity for the campus and the community at large to demonstrate their support of the College, its athletics program, and the student-athletes. The Athletic Department strives to fulfill student-athlete needs and goals in an environment steeped in the Dominican tradition in which honesty, integrity, mutual respect, effort and constant improvement are cherished and cultivated.

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Providence College ATHLETIC ACADEMIC SERVICES The Office of Academic Services (OAS) provides specialized support to student-athletes in light of the unique time demands, responsibilities, and rules governing participation in intercollegiate athletics. Services are provided in a safe, personal environment where academic growth is a priority, personal development and independence are enhanced, and long-term success is nurtured by a staff which models these same commitments. Student-athletes who have distinguished themselves in the classroom as well as on the field or court, may be nominated for the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team, the HOCKEY EAST Academic Honor Roll, NFHCA Division I Academic Team, the America East All-Academic Team or CoSIDA’s Academic All-American Program. The Providence College Athletic Department also honors student-athletes each semester who have achieved a 3.00 grade point average or higher. The student-athlete support staff includes the following: Jonathan Gomes, Assistant Director for Student-Athlete Services Kaitlyn O’Malley, Academic/Life Skills Coordinator for Student-Athletes Jesse Strout, Graduate Assistant SERVICES FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES Academic Monitoring Progress report slips (i.e., requesting information regarding class attendance and performance) are sent to each instructor for all studentathletes at least once per semester. The staff track individual progress, schedules meetings with student-athletes as appropriate, and personally contacts instructors as necessary.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Providence College is primarily a coeducational four-year undergraduate college of liberal arts and sciences. Its main objective is the intellectual development of its students through the disciplines of the sciences and the humanities, equipping them to become productive and responsible citizens of a democratic society. To be eligible for a degree, a student must accumulate 116 credit hours over an eight semester period with an overall quality point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, a student must complete a minimum of 24 upper-division credits in the field of their major with an overall 2.0 cumulative average unless stipulated. Included in the total credit hours are the following prerequisites for any degree: Development of Western Civilization (20); Social Sciences (6); Natural Science (6); Philosophy (6); Theology (6); Mathematics (3) and Fine Arts (3). The remaining credit hours are elective with at least nine coming from areas outside one’s major. In addition, all students establish English (writing) Proficiency by coursework or standards designated by the English Department. The most popular concentrations for the Class of 2011 were Marketing, Management, Biology, English, Political Science, Finance, and Psychology. In all, the college offers a total of 34 majors and 36 minors ranging from theatre arts to computer science. Although this may seem overwhelming on paper, our staff goes to great lengths to monitor each student’s academic progress. The Athletic Department’s Academic Advisor counsels all of the school’s athletes and assists them in any areas in which they are experiencing difficulties. It’s a system that Providence is quite proud of and one which we’ve worked long and hard to establish. Any student-athlete who feels the need for tutorial assistance can utilize the college’s tutorial center, as well as the athletic department’s advisors who can supply them with individuals capable of assisting them in their particular course of study.

Counseling/Mentoring The staff meets with student-athletes, individually and in groups, regarding academic, athletic, career, and/or personal issues. Life Skills Program/Special Projects Programs and workshops on select life skills (i.e., NCAA/CHAMPS Life Skills Program) are presented, covering the following five component areas: academics, personal development, community service, athletics, and career development. The OSA has collaborative relationships with many units on campus to help provide these services. Pre-Advisement/Registration The staff assists student-athletes with planning and course registration. In conjunction with the Office of Academic Records, dates are determined for preregistration each semester. Study Hall Quiet, monitored study time is available, during daytime and evening hours. Student-athletes are required and/or recommendation to attend, on a sport-by-sport basis, by their respective head coach. Travel Notifications At the beginning of each semester, student-athletes are provided with letters for their instructors, notifying them of travel/competitive schedules. Tutorial Services and The Writing Center The Tutorial Center, which is nationally certified by the College Reading & Learning Association, provides peer tutoring in most all subject areas. The Tutorial Center is open until 9:00 p.m. weeknights. The Writing Center provides more intensive and specialized writing support and also maintains evening hours for student-athletes’ convenience.

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Providence, R.I.

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EXPERIENCE A CITY IN RENAISSANCE... Providence, Rhode Island is among America’s most dynamic, diverse and exciting new destination cities. Come and see it for yourself. Gather with thousands in the rejuvenated downtown for a magical WaterFire display. Catch a Broadway-bound show. Enjoy dinner in one of the city’s many awardwinning restaurants, then head to Federal Hill to sip an authentic caffe latte. Mingle with the more than 26,000 students who attend the city’s five colleges and universities. Explore internship opportunities with the city’s businesses and nonprofits and see a real-world path to career success. Providence College’s scenic 105-acre campus is located just 10 minutes away from one of the most historic and cosmopolitan city centers in the United States. Come to Providence and embrace all that America’s Renaissance City has to offer. A LIVELY DOWNTOWN SCENE... It’s where Colonial-era cobblestone streets intersect with gleaming new office buildings. Where young men and women from across the nation intern with some of the most recognized names in finance, business, technology and healthcare. In Providence, there’s always something happening, always a new exhibition, bookshop or bistro to check out. The New York Times describes it as “one of the hippest towns in New England.” And Money Magazine calls it “the best city in the East for young professionals.” A WEALTH OF WEEKEND DESTINATIONS... Known as the Ocean State, Rhode Island boasts more than 400 miles of stunning coastline. The world-famous mansions of Newport, along with the shores of Narragansett Bay are just a 30-minute drive from Providence. The ski slopes of New England make a great day trip, and the beaches of Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard are all within easy reach. YOU’RE CLOSE... Providence is a short drive from T.F. Green Airport. Known as the “hasslefree gateway to New England,” the airport is conveniently located close to Interstate 95 and offers non-stop flight connections to cities throughout the United States and Caribbean.

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Providence College Providence is America’s newest destination city. Here’s why: • The Providence Performing Arts Center is the second largest indoor theater in New England • The Dunkin’ Donuts Center (home of Providence College basketball) has hosted the NCAA Hockey Championship and NCAA Basketball Tournament among other major sporting events • At the upscale Providence Place Mall, you’ll find more than 160 shops, theaters, acclaimed restaurants and an IMAX Theater • The renowned WaterFire display on the Providence River is one of the many attractions that draw thousands to the city’s dynamic downtown • With seven historic districts featuring beautifully preserved 18th-and-19th century architecture, Providence is one of the most historic cities in America • Providence has the country’s largest per capita concentration of college students (26,000 in a city of just over 175,000), making it one of the nation’s most student-friendly cities • Providence has a rich diversity of neighborhoods offering a wide selection of ethnic cuisine, from pad thai to paella • The nationally acclaimed Roger Williams Park Zoo is home to hundreds of rare animals from around the world • The city’s rich cultural calendar includes dance performances, theater productions, music recitals, gallery shows and readings by prominent authors and poets For complete information, contact the Providence Convention and Visitors Bureau, (800) 233-1636 and the Rhode Island Division of Tourism, (800) 556-2484.

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Providence College Administration Robert G. Driscoll, Jr. Associate VP/Athletics Director Since Robert G. Driscoll was hired as the Associate Vice President for Athletics on November 2, 2001, Providence College athletics has experienced unprecedented growth in academic and athletic performance, fundraising, facilities and community involvement. Driscoll has reinvigorated the Providence College Athletics program, leading the charge with a vision of creating one of the most respected programs in the nation, where each student-athlete graduates and has the opportunity to compete for championships. Driscoll was recognized for his efforts on June 10, 2008 as he was named the 2007-08 Astro Turf Athletics Director of the Year for Division I Northeast Region at the 43rd National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Annual Convention. He also was honored in 2009 by his alma mater, Ithaca College, where he received the Distinguished Sport Industry Leader award during alumni weekend. Most recently, he was elected as Division I-AAA Athletic Directors Association Secretary. Athletically, Providence experienced success in 2010-11. The men’s soccer team earned its way to the championship match of the BIG EAST Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The Friars played their first home NCAA Championship game and posted a 6-2 win over Saint Peter’s to advance to the Second Round for the second time in school history. The women’s cross country team qualified for the NCAA Championship for the 22nd consecutive season and placed in the top-10 (ninth) for the 17th time in school history. The men’s team also earned a berth to the NCAA Championship, its fifth consecutive appearance and 15th in the last 16 years. There were eight Friars crowned All-Americans. Marshon Brooks became the first PC basketball player to be named to the Associated Press All-America Team since Ryan Gomes in 2004. Brooks also set the BIG EAST single-game and single-season scoring records. Lee Carey, who led the men’s cross country team to a third-place finish at the BIG EAST Championship by capturing the individual title, also earned All-America accolades. Shelby Greany was crowned All-American twice (cross country and indoor track – 3,000 meters). Hannah Davidson also was named All-American as she ran the 3,000 meters at the NCAA Indoor Track Championships. Julian Matthews garnered two All-America honors (indoor track – mile, outdoor track – 1,500 meters). David McCarthy rounded out the list of All-Americans as he earned the honor in the indoor 3,000 meters. In addition, Providence College finished seventh out of 95 Division I-AAA schools in the 2010-11 Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. The College recently approved renovation plans for Alumni Hall, which is the practice facility for men’s basketball and home courts for women’s basketball and volleyball. Construction will begin in the spring of 2012. In addition, the College gained approval for a state-of-the-art soccer, lacrosse and track athletic complex adjacent to Schneider Arena, which also will be renovated. Included in this complex will be a 30,000 square-foot facility connected to Schneider Arena which will house locker rooms and other facilities for athletic teams. The College also will build a new softball complex and tennis courts on Hendricken Field. In addition to the upcoming renovations to Alumni Hall and Schneider Arena as well as the state-of-the art soccer and lacrosse complex, there have been numerous other facility improvements in Alumni Hall. The men’s basketball offices, hallway and locker rooms were renovated, thanks to a generous gift from Providence College alumnus Joe Calabria ‘65. The Joe Calabria Hallway of Legends was dedicated in January of 2009. Consisting of nine exhibit areas and seven display cases, the hallway features players and teams from each era of the Providence College basketball program. The hallway’s floor

Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. President On February 1, 2005, Providence College announced the election of Reverend Brian J. Shanley, O.P., to serve as the 12th president of the College. Father Shanley assumed his duties at the College on July 1, 2005, and succeeded Reverend Philip A. Smith, O.P., who served as the College’s president from 1994-2005. Prior to his arrival at Providence, Father Shanley served as an associate professor in the School of Philosophy at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Father Shanley is a native of Warwick, Rhode Island. A parishioner at St. Gregory the Great Church, he attended local public schools, graduating from Toll Gate High School in 1976. In 1980, Father Shanley earned his undergraduate degree in history at Providence College. He holds a doctorate degree in philosophy from the University of Toronto, where he completed the Collaborative Providence in Philosophy and Medieval Studies. He also holds a master of divinity degree (theology) and

is a replica of the Friars’ Dave Gavitt Court at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center and the project also includes a complete renovation of the coaches’ offices, the film room and the team’s locker room. The men’s soccer program received a generous donation from John Murphy ‘80 and renovated the soccer offices. The Joyce Murphy Soccer Suite opened in November of 2008. The suite features new offices, meeting spaces and a lounge area equipped with flat screen televisions. The men’s soccer locker room also was refurbished thanks to a donation by Kerry and Karl Anderson ‘87. With the creation of the BIG EAST Lacrosse Conference, the lacrosse offices were renovated to go along with a new locker room. The volleyball locker room also was renovated and a new women’s basketball video room was created. In addition, the track/cross country offices and the women’s soccer offices also were refurbished. The Helen Bert Student-Athlete Study Lounge, which was opened in 2007, was recently expanded. Thanks to a generous donation from Judge Bill Leary ’60 and his wife, Emily, the Friends of Friar Hockey Room also was renovated at Schneider Arena. The Bill and Emily Leary Friends of Friar Room includes plasma televisions, high-top counters and meeting space for the teams. In addition, a media library room displaying the history of Friar Hockey was made possible thanks to a generous gift from Bob O’Connor ’62. In August of 2007, the Concannon Fitness Center, a state-of-theart $18 million facility, was opened. The Concannon Fitness Center is adjacent to the $6 million Lennon Family Field (Astroturf facility), which was completed in August 2005. The Fitness Center houses the Friars’ Jimmy Walker Strength and Conditioning Center as well as administrative and coaching offices, conference rooms and locker rooms. The construction project also provides the department with a state-of-the-art sports medicine complex and a new ticket office. The Canavan Sports Medicine Center, which was completed in August of 2008, is equipped with a hydrotherapy room, which includes a SwimEx rehab pool and two plunges for cold/hot therapy. Many of the College’s athletic improvements were made possible through Driscoll’s fundraising efforts. In each of the 10 years that Driscoll has led the Friars, the athletic department has exceeded its fundraising goals and has generated millions of dollars that have been utilized for student-athlete development and facility enhancements.

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the Licentiate in Sacred Theology (S.T.L.), both from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. (Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception.) Ordained to the priesthood in 1987, Father Shanley has devoted his entire career to teaching and administration in Catholic higher education. Following teaching assignments at Providence College and the University of Toronto, he began his tenure at The Catholic University of America in 1994, achieving the rank of associate professor in 2001. Father Shanley’s first teaching assignment was at Providence College from 1988-91. He was an instructor of philosophy, and taught in the Development of Western Civilization Program. Father Shanley spent the Fall 2002 semester as a visiting professor at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University. He previously engaged in a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Philosophy of Religion in 1998-99. As the Regent of Studies for the Dominican Province of St. Joseph, Father Shanley holds a seat on the Provincial Council, a body of 12 Dominican Friars serving as cabinet-level advisors to the Prior Provincial. He advises the Prior Provincial on all matters pertaining to the intellectual and academic life of the Province and oversees the academic endeavors of members of the Province, including those in preparation for the priesthood and those engaged in graduate studies. Father Shanley has been widely published in philosophy-focused academic journals and has been a guest lecturer at a wide range of scholarly conferences.

Driscoll served as the NCAA Ice Hockey Championship Committee Chair in 2010-11. He also represents the BIG EAST’s Athletic Directors on the Student-Athlete Advisory Council, serves on the BIG EAST Finance Committee and the HOCKEY EAST Television Negotiations Committee. He previously served on the NCAA Division I Management Council and was an NCAA Fellows Programs Executive Mentor. Driscoll joined the Providence community after 14½ years in athletic administration at the University of California, Berkeley. At Cal, Driscoll served as the Executive Associate Athletic Director and was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the department as well as overseeing football, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s water polo, rugby, strength training, equipment and the sports medicine programs. Driscoll was hired at Cal as the Associate Athletic Director for Student Services, a position he held for five years. He then assumed the position of Executive Associate Athletic Director, at which point he was responsible for the administration of 27 varsity sports. During his tenure at Cal, he oversaw 25 club sports, a staff of 250 and a $36 million budget. Prior to coming to Providence, he served as the Acting Executive Director for Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports. During his tenure, Cal won over 20 national championships, competed in the Citrus, Copper, Alamo and Aloha Bowls, NCAA Basketball Tournaments and the College World Series for baseball and softball. The Bears also finished as high as 12th in the NACDA Directors’ Cup. Before arriving at Cal, Driscoll served six years (1981-87) as the Athletic Director and Chair of the Department of Physical Education, Recreation and Intramural Sports at Mills College in Oakland, Calif. Prior to arriving at Mills, Driscoll was Assistant Athletic Director and Head Baseball and Hockey Coach at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. from 1977-81. Driscoll was a stand-out hockey and baseball player at Ithaca College (N.Y.), where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education in 1974. He earned his Master of Science in Physical Education/Psychology of Sports from Ithaca in 1975. A native of West Concord, Mass., Driscoll was inducted into the inaugural class of Concord-Carlisle High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame (football, ice hockey and baseball) in 1993. He is the proud father of three children: Tara, a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley; Kelly, a graduate of the University of Michigan; and Sean, a graduate of Providence College. He and his wife Cathy reside in North Kingstown.

The BIG EAST Conference The 2011-12 academic year is the 33rd in the history of The BIG EAST Conference as the unique consortium marches on competing at the highest level with integrity and sportsmanship. The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since its birth, but the 2011-12 year marks the conference’s seventh straight with the same 16-member group, making for the nation’s largest Division I-A conference. The BIG EAST Conference’s goals have always been the same. The outstanding performances of the student-athletes at BIG EAST schools are evidence of the league’s proud tradition of success. The league has always been able to boast that many of its best students are also its best athletes. The 2010-11 year was no different. Seven BIG EAST student-athletes were named NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners, while 22 earned Capital One Academic All-America recognition. Maya Moore, Connecticut’s women’s basketball standout, won the NCAA Honda-Broderick Cup as the nation’s top female student-athlete and was chosen as the Capital One Academic All-America of the Year. In the athletic arena, BIG EAST student-athletes again enjoyed success on the national stage. The Connecticut men’s basketball team won its third national championship, completing a magical run through five games of the BIG EAST Championship and six wins in the NCAA tournament. The Villanova women’s cross country team won the NCAA title for the second straight year and the ninth time overall. The Notre Dame women’s soccer team won its third NCAA title, while BIG EAST teams reached national championship games in women’s basketball (Notre Dame) and men’s soccer (Louisville). The BIG EAST placed two teams in the NCAA Women’s Final Four for the second time in the last three years as Connecticut joined Notre Dame in Indianapolis, capping a season in which the Huskies extended their NCAA-record winning streak to 90 games. Individually, BIG EAST student-athletes won five NCAA championships, including an unprecedented four by Villanova’s Sheila Reid. Reid was the 2010 individual cross country champion, a member of the Wildcats’ winning indoor distance medley relay team and won the 5,000- and 1,500-meter titles in outdoor track & field. Louisville’s Matt Hughes, meanwhile, repeated as the NCAA cham-

Providence College pion in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the NCAA outdoor meet. Moore and Reid joined Notre Dame soccer standout Melissa Henderson as winners of Honda Sports Awards as the top performers in their respective sports. Moore also became the first threetime winner of the Wade Trophy as the nation’s top women’s basketball player and joined Villanova lacrosse player Brian Karalunas as winners of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. BIG EAST football maintained its national profile as a competitively balanced group. Connecticut claimed the league’s Bowl Championship Series bid for the first time as the Huskies shared the conference title with Pittsburgh and West Virginia. Six of the league’s eight squads went to bowl games and helped the BIG EAST post a 4-2 bowl record for the second straight year. The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing – the University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, the University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. BIG EAST institutions reside in nine of the nation’s top 35 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Cincinnati and Milwaukee. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain almost one-fourth of all television households in the U.S. When Texas Christian University joins the conference in the 2012-13 academic year, the conference will have a footprint in 30 percent of the nation’s television households. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 31 national championships in six different sports and 133 student-athletes have won individual national titles. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles in the same season. In ’02-03, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their respective national championships. In men’s basketball, BIG EAST squads have won four of the last 13 NCAA championships. BIG EAST women’s teams have taken seven of the last 12 NCAA titles.

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Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. The conference currently crowns champions in 24 sports. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College completed the original seven school alliance. While the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. Its student athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics. Any successful organization has had the good fortune to have outstanding leadership. The BIG EAST primarily was the brainchild of Dave Gavitt, who was the conference’s first Commissioner. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to Gavitt, became Commissioner in 1990. In his first year, he administered the formation of The BIG EAST Football Conference. John Marinatto, who had served as senior associate commissioner, moved into the Commissioner’s chair in 2009 and has continued to steer the conference on its path of success. The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student athletes. The conference has enjoyed longstanding relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past eight years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 student-athletes.

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2011 BIG EAST MEN’S SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP November 11 & 13 • Red Bull Arena • Harrison, N.J.

There are 16 teams in the BIG EAST Conference, which are divided into a Red and Blue division. The top 12 teams will earn a berth into the championship. Championship tournament games will be held on the campus of the higher seeded teams prior to the semifinal and championship game at Red Bull Arena. The tournament champion receives the league’s automatic berth into the 48-team NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Championship. The semifinal games are on Friday, Nov. 11 at 5:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. before the championship match takes place at 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 13. This is the second consecutive year that Red Bull Arena will host the BIG EAST championships.

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Providence College Facilities

LENNON FAMILY FIELD

GLAY FIELD

Opened: August 2005

Opened: September 1976

Glay Field was opened on September 18, 1976 as the Providence College men’s soccer team defeated Merrimack, 4-0. The Field was dedicated on May 1, 1977. It was named after Wilmot Glay ‘78, a Liberian student and soccer player who died in 1975 of a rare bone disease. Glay Field now serves as the home of the Friar men’s and women’s soccer teams.

The Lennon Family Field is home to the Providence College field hockey and men's lacrosse team. This $6-million state-of-the-art facility is one of the top athletic complexes to house field hockey in the Northeast. The Lennon Family Field opened its doors in August of 2005. Since its opening, the Friars have catapulted into the national polls and have enjoyed some of their most successful seasons in program history. During each of the last five seasons, Lennon Family Field has proven to be a difficult venue for opposing teams, as the Friars have posted an impressive 27-19 (.630) record at home. Providence also hosted the 2009 BIG EAST Field Hockey Championship at Lennon Family Field on November 7-8.

THE CONCANNON FITNESS CENTER RUANE ATRIUM Opened: August 2007

The Concannon Fitness Center is a $15-million facility, which opened in August of 2007. The Concannon Fitness Center is adjacent to the Friar Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex. It houses the Friars' Jimmy Walker Strength & Conditioning Center as well as offices, conference rooms and locker rooms. The multi-level facility also houses a wide variety of nautilus, cardiovascular and free-weight equipment, which is open to the student body. Memberships also are available to the local community, alumni, faculty and staff. The varsity weight room is designed for use by student-athletes only, and is located on the first floor. The majority of the strength and conditioning curriculum is conducted in the facility - in addition to the Astroturf field, the Peterson Recreation Center and Taylor Natatorium.

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Providence College Facilities JIMMY WALKER STRENGTH & CONDITIONING CENTER Opened: August 2007

Located in The Concannon Fitness Center, the varsity strength & conditioning facility is a 3,600 square foot area dedicated to the Friars' 19 intercollegiate athletic teams. The facility houses over 10 tons of free weights, including dumb bells ranging from five to 150 pounds and a full set of kettle bells. All hand weights, iron plates and bumper plate sets are engraved with one of the College's athletic logos. There are six Power Racks, each with an Olympic Weight-lifting platform. These training stations are extremely versatile and allow numerous athletes to perform a variety of exercises simultaneously. The facility also houses 'tools' such as stability balls, medicine balls, resistance bands, weighted vests, weighted jump ropes, plyometric jump boxes, dot drill mats, slide boards, lateral slant boards, lateral skaters, agility ladders, hurdles and numerous apparatuses to develop trunk strength and core stabilization. There also are two Woodway high performance treadmills that max out at 16.5 miles per hour.

CANAVAN SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER

Opened: Spring 2007; Completed: August 2008

The Canavan Sports Medicine Center opened during the 2007-08 academic year and became fully operational in August 2008. The center is the primary sports medicine facility for each of the College's 300+ student-athletes and its working space is roughly 4,000 square feet. This state-of-the-art facility includes nine treatment tables with assorted modality equipment, office space for the eight certified athletic trainers on staff. The space also provides two physician clinic offices, where primary care, orthopedic, chiropractic and podiatric physicians evaluate our student-athletes on a weekly basis. There also is a large rehabilitation/ exercise area in the facility that houses a SwimEx rehab pool, one eight-person hot plunge pool and one eight-person cold plunge pool.

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Providence College Facilities HELEN BERT STUDENT-ATHLETE LOUNGE

Opened: January 2007; Completed: Winter 2009

On January 20, 2007, the Providence College athletic department welcomed members of the late Helen Bert's family to celebrate the opening of the Helen Bert Student-Athlete Lounge, located on the second floor of Alumni Hall. Prior to the Friars' game against Marquette on that day, there was a ribbon cutting ceremony. Bert's family also was presented with a gift honoring the late Helen Bert during a halftime ceremony. The event was attended by friends, family, administrators and faculty, along with the presence of countless alumni. The Helen Bert Student-Athlete Lounge provides an area for all varsity student-athletes to study in a quiet setting. During the 2008-09 academic year, the lounge was renovated and expanded. It houses seven computer work stations, one print station and a seating area for group projects and meetings. The newly renovated lounge also provides office space for staff members from the Office of Academic Services.

PETERSON RECREATION CENTER

TAYLOR NATATORIUM

The Peterson Recreation Center is located adjacent to Alumni Hall and is connected to The Concannon Fitness Center. The facility includes a four-lane indoor track, four regulation length basketball courts and two indoor tennis courts. The Peterson Recreation Center also houses a dance/workout studio and racquetball courts. The facility serves as a home for many of the recreational activities sponsored by the College and to a series of summer camps and College functions.

Taylor Natatorium is located in the Peterson Recreation Center adjacent to Alumni Hall. Taylor Natatorium is home to the Providence College men's and women's swimming & diving programs. The vast majority of Providence's 19 varsity athletic programs also use the facility for strength & conditioning workouts.

Renovated: 2007-08

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MEN’S SOCCER LOCKER ROOM Opened: September 2010

The Providence College men’s soccer locker room was opened in September 2010. Thanks to a generous donation from former PC soccer student-athlete Karl Anderson ‘88 and his wife, Kerry ‘88, the men’s soccer locker room was renovated in the summer of 2010.

JOHN MURPHY SOCCER SUITE Opened: November 2008

On November 1, 2008 Providence celebrated the grand opening of the Joyce Murphy Soccer Suite in Alumni Hall. Thanks to a generous gift from former soccer student-athlete, John Murphy ’80, the soccer offices underwent a renovation and now feature new offices, meeting spaces and a lounge area equipped with flat screen televisions. Named in honor of John’s mother, Joyce A. Murphy, the first-class facility will enhance the atmosphere and experience for the Friar coaching staff and student-athletes.

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Head Coach Chaka Daley

Chaka Daley Head Coach C

haka Daley, who is entering his 12th season as the head coach of the Providence College men’s soccer program, continues to build the Friars into a perennial BIG EAST and national power. Daley, who was appointed the third head coach in the history of the program on July 18, 2000, has led the Friars to the NCAA Tournament four times in the last six years. In addition, over the six-year span, Providence has reached the BIG EAST Championship semifinals four times, including a trip to the championship match in 2010. Daley’s 2010 team made an impressive run towards the latter half of the season and enjoyed one of the most successful campaigns in school history. The Friars reeled off seven consecutive wins and were unbeaten in 10 matches (8-0-2) for the first time since 1984. Providence earned a berth in the BIG EAST Tournament and notched road victories at Villanova and at No. 1 seed Georgetown to advance to the semifinals. In the semis, the Friars defeated Cincinnati and earned a spot in the championship match for the second time in school history. The Friars tied the No. 1 ranked team in the nation, Louisville, 1-1, in double overtime, however, the Cardinals claimed the title with a 3-2 shootout win. Providence received an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament and hosted an NCAA game at Glay Field for the first time in school history. The Friars defeated Saint Peter’s, 6-2, to earn their second ever trip to the second round. However, the Friars were defeated, 2-1, at Ohio State and ended the season with a 13-6-3 mark. The 13 wins fell just one short of equalling a school record for most wins (14). The Friars, who finished with an RPI ranking of 19, tallied 33 goals, the most scored in one season since 1985. In addition, Daley coached Matt Marcin, who was named to the All-BIG EAST First Team and to the NSCAA All-Northeast Region First Team. The Friars also had two players chosen in the MLS Draft. Marcin was chosen by the Philadelphia Union, while Andrew Sousa was picked by the New England Revolution.

In 2009, Providence enjoyed a successful season as it registered a 10-7-3 record and posted its fifth consecutive winning season for the first time since 1983-87. Providence recorded three consecutive victories to complete the regular season and earned a spot in the BIG EAST Championship. Providence then posted road wins at Villanova and at No. 8 Connecticut. It marked Providence’s first win at UConn since 1984. In addition, the win was the fifth consecutive triumph and it also marked the first time since 1984 that the Friars won five straight games. In 2008, Providence finished with a 9-7-3 overall record, advanced to the BIG EAST Quarterfinals, but fell just short of a fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament berth. The Friars posted victories over three ranked teams, including No. 10 Connecticut. It marked PC’s first win over UConn since 1997. The Friars, who were ranked as high as 17th nationally, recorded their fourth-consecutive winning season. In 2007, the Friars posted a 9-8-2 overall record and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in school history. In addition, the Friars notched a 5-4-2 mark in the BIG EAST. It marked the first time ever that the Friars enjoyed back-to-back winning seasons in the league. Among the big wins was a 1-0 result at Boston College, which was the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament. In 2006, Daley led the Friars to another remarkable season. PC posted a 13-7 overall record, including a 7-4 mark in league play. The seven BIG EAST wins set a school record, while the 13 overall victories were one shy of a school mark (14 set in 1984). The Friars, who were ranked in the national polls for six-consecutive weeks, earned a berth to the NCAA Tournament, which was their second consecutive and third overall. On its way to the NCAA Tournament, Daley’s team posted impressive results. Providence defeated Rutgers for the first time in school history and recorded its first win over Brown since 1993. The Friars advanced to the BIG EAST Tournament, where they hosted Louisville in the first

THE CHAKA DALEY FILE Full Name: Chaka K. Daley Birthdate: April 9, 1974 Birthplace: Toronto, Ontario, Canada Family: Wife, Heather Daley; son, Donovan; daughter, Savanah

PLAYING EXPERIENCE • Played professionally for the New England Revolution (MLS) (1999) • Captain of the Boston Bulldogs (A - League) (1997-99 ) • Played for the Rhode Island Stingrays (USL) (1996-97) • Played at Providence College (NCAA) (1992-96)

EDUCATION • Graduated from Piper High School (Lauderhill, Fla.) • Earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Providence College in 1996 • Earned a master’s degree in business administration from Providence College in 2005

HONORS • NSCAA Division 1 New England Coach of the Year (2005) • NSCAA National Coach of the Year candidate (2005) • NCAA Tournament appearances (2005 - 2nd Rd., 2006, 2007, 2010 - 2nd Rd.) • BIG EAST Tournament Semifinal appearances (2003, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010)

COACHING EXPERIENCE • Head Coach Providence College (2000 - Present) • Assistant Coach Providence College (1996-99) • Major League Soccer Combine Coach (2009) • U.S. Soccer Development Academy Coach - FC Greater Boston - (2008 - Present) • USSF “A” Licensed Coach • NCAA Men’s Soccer Selection Committee (2003 - 07) • Rhode Island Olympic Development Coach (ODP) (2001-02)

RECORD SINCE 2005 Record 2010 13-6-3 2009 10-7-3 2008 9-7-3 2007 9-8-2 2006 13-7-0 2005 7-4-9 Total 61-39-20

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Accomplishment NCAA Tournament 2nd Round BIG EAST Championship Runner-up BIG EAST Semifinals BIG EAST Quarterfinals NCAA Tournament 1st round NCAA Tournament 1st round NCAA Tournament 2nd round

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Head Coach Chaka Daley

round. It marked the first time in school history that Providence hosted a BIG EAST Tournament match. Providence defeated Louisville, 2-0, setting up a quarterfinal match at 15th-ranked Cincinnati. The Friars blanked the Bearcats, 2-0, and advanced to the BIG EAST Semifinals for the third time in four seasons. Daley also coached Ryan Maduro, who was selected to the NSCAA Division I All-America First Team, thus becoming the second Friar to be named to the All-America First Team in the 40-year history of the program. Daley also coached three players who earned All-BIG EAST honors, a first in the program’s history. In 2005, he guided his team to one of the most impressive seasons in the history of Friar soccer as the squad advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Friars registered a 7-4-9 mark and recorded one of the most improved records in NCAA history. The Friars finished 9.5 games better than the 2004 season, which tied the team for the 10th best turnaround in NCAA history. The team started the season with a nine-game unbeaten streak (4-0-5), which was the longest by a Friar team since the 1984 team was undefeated through 10 games. Daley’s team finished with a regular season record of 5-3-7, which included 3-3-4 mark in league play. He also led the Friars to their first win in BIG EAST Tournament play since 1984 with a 2-1 victory at Cincinnati on November 2, 2005 in the First Round. Daley then led the Friars back to the BIG EAST Semifinals for the second time in three years as they earned a 2-2 tie at No. 21 Seton Hall and advanced when they won the penalty kick shootout, 4-2. In the semifinals, the Friars earned a 0-0 tie against 16th-ranked USF, but did not advance to the Finals as they were defeated in the penalty kick shootout, 3-2. On November 14, it was announced that the Friars had been selected to participate in the 2005 NCAA Tournament. It marked the first time since 1983 and just the second time ever that the Friars advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Daley continued to lead the Friars to new heights as they earned their first NCAA Tournament win ever when they defeated 13th-ranked Hofstra, 1-0, in overtime in the First Round on November 18. The Friars magical season came to an end when they were defeated in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament at No. 2 North Carolina, 2-0, on November 22.

In recognition of his strong coaching performance, Daley earned NSCAA Division I New England Coach of the Year honors and was one of eight finalists for the NSCAA/Adidas National Coach of the Year accolades. He also saw two of his players earn All-BIG EAST honors. Sophomore Ryan Maduro was named to the Second Team and senior Eoin Lynch received Honorable Mention accolades. In 2003, Daley led his team to the BIG EAST Semifinals for the first time since 1987 where they lost, 1-0, to eventual BIG EAST Champions, Notre Dame. Daley’s 2002 squad posted a 5-5-0 mark in league play and a spot in the BIG EAST Tournament for the first time since 1998. The five BIG EAST wins marked a personal-high for Daley at the time. In addition, his senior midfielder Mauricio Solano earned All-BIG EAST Third Team honors. Daley is a solid recruiter and has brought a steady flow of talented players to Providence College. Daley replaced former Friar Head Coach Brian Ainscough, who led the rebuilding effort at Providence for five seasons. Daley served as Ainscough’s top assistant for four seasons. During his time as an assistant to Ainscough, Daley handled a variety of duties for the Friars, including assisting with the team’s defense and overseeing a number of administrative duties. A 1996 graduate of Providence, Daley brought solid credentials to the head coaching position. Besides being credited with helping turn around the Friar program as an assistant coach, Daley earned four varsity letters while playing for the black and white. He is one of the top players to ever play at Providence. He began his playing career with the Friars as a defender. Daley played his second and third seasons at the forward position before being shifted to defense again as a senior by Ainscough. Throughout his career, Daley recorded nine goals and six assists in 69 games. Daley, a native of Toronto, Ontario, played professional soccer after graduating from Providence. On June 14, 1999, he signed with the New England Revolution, becoming the first former-Friar to play in the MLS. Prior to signing with the Revolution, Daley played for the Revolution’s A-League affiliate, the Boston Bulldogs. He also spent one season with the Rhode Island Stingrays of the USL from 1996-97. Daley, his wife, Heather, son, Donovan, and daughter, Savanah reside in East Providence, R.I.

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Coaching Staff

David DeMello Assistant Coach

John Mark Andrade Assistant Coach John Mark Andrade begins his third season as an assistant men’s soccer coach at Providence College. Andrade, who served as the head coach at Dean College for one year, came to Providence with a wealth of soccer experience. In 2008, he guided the Bulldogs to a 10-5 record and the Region XXI Regular Season Championship. Andrade also served as a professor in the Sports Management program at Dean. Andrade, who was the 1997 Gatorade & Umbro Rhode Island Player of the Year, has been the president of Bayside F.C. in East Providence since 2006 and has served as the head coach of the Rhode Island Olympic Developmental Program since 2005. Andrade, a two-year All-State performer and a 1997 NSCAA All-American at East Providence High School, was a four-year starter at Syracuse University. He earned All-BIG EAST accolades in 2000 and 2001 and All-Northeast Region honors in those same years. In addition, he served as team captain in 2001 and was named team MVP in 2000-01. Andrade graduated from Syracuse with a degree in Consumer Studies in 2002 and then moved to Portugal where he played professionally in the first division for Maritimo F.C. and the third division for Fafe F.C. Andrade currently resides in East Providence with his wife, Jenny and son, Markos.

David DeMello, who has played an integral part in Providence College’s resurgence, enters his 12th season as the Friars’ assistant coach. DeMello works with all the day-to-day operations of the program, as well as assisting with the recruiting and coaching. A 1994 graduate of the University of Rhode Island, DeMello played four years for the Rams’ soccer team. During his junior season, he earned Atlantic-10 All-Conference honors as a back and helped the team reach the conference finals. After graduating from URI in 1994, DeMello played professionally for the Rhode Island Stingrays of the USL and served as the team captain for four seasons. DeMello began coaching in 1994 as an assistant at UMassDartmouth. He spent three seasons with the Corsairs before becoming an assistant coach at Roger Williams University. DeMello worked for four seasons at Roger Williams. A 1989 graduate of Bristol High School, DeMello earned All-State honors in his junior and senior years. DeMello and his wife, Vicki, and their daughters, Taylor and Maya, live in Bristol, R.I. City in Ireland before returning to Monmouth, where he served as an assistant goalkeeper coach for four years (2001-04). In addition to his collegiate experience, Fauth has coached in the New Jersey Olympic Development Program. He currently serves as the Director of Goalkeeping for FC Greater Boston Bolts and is a middle school teacher in Framingham, Mass. Fauth and his wife, Carly, live in Milford, Mass. with their son, Ryker.

Tim Fauth Assistant Coach Tim Fauth begins his fourth season as an assistant coach at Providence College. A 2001 graduate of Monmouth University, Fauth came to Providence after a one year stint as an assistant coach at Northeastern University under former Friar Head Coach Brian Ainscough. As a goalkeeper at Monmouth, Fauth played in 54 matches, including 44 starts. After graduating, Fauth played professionally at Limerick

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Coaching Staff/Support Staff

Ken White Strength & Conditioning Coach

Justin Kahle Director of Soccer Operations Justin Kahle enters his second season as the Director of Soccer Operations at Providence College. In addition, Kahle works in the facilities and game-day management department at Providence. Among his many duties, Kahle will oversee scheduling, assist with travel arrangements, equipment and community relations. Kahle was a four-year starting defender at Providence and led the Friars to two NCAA Tournament appearances (2006 and 2007). He played in every minute of every game. In all, he played in 78 consecutive games.

John Rock

Kenneth White enters his ninth year as the College’s strength and conditioning coach. White is responsible for all the strength and conditioning requirements for the College’s 19 varsity athletics teams. Prior to coming to Providence, White was the head strength and conditioning coach at Stony Brook University. In 1997, he was hired as the first strength and conditioning coach ever at St. Bonaventure University, a position he held until leaving for Stony Brook in 1999. White began his career in strength and conditioning in 1995 as a graduate assistant at Columbia University. A 1992 graduate of the University of Vermont, White was a four-year letterman in basketball at the University of Vermont and was co-captain of the squad his senior year. He led the North Atlantic Conference in assist-to-turnover ratio for three years. For his efforts on the court, White was elected to the Catamount Hall of Fame on October 4, 2002. White received his master’s degree from Columbia University in 1999. White is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He also has a Club Coach/Olympic Weightlifting Certification from USA Weightlifting.

Associate Athletics Director/Sports Medicine John Rock is in his 24th season in the Sports Medicine Department at Providence College. Rock was an Associate Head Athletic Trainer for 13 years, before being promoted to Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Medicine in 2001 and then to Associate Athletics Director in 2010. He oversees all aspects of the Sports Medicine program, including eight certified athletic trainers, five team physicians and a variety of medical specialists. Rock also is responsible for the Strength & Conditioning program. Rock’s work extends beyond PC. He was the co-founder of the Rhode Island Athletic Trainers Association in 1992 and served as president from 1994-96. He continues to serve in an advisory capacity and as chair of the honors and awards committee. He also was a member of the Rhode Island Department of Health Athletic Training Licensure Board from 1992-98 and served as chairman of the board for four years (1994-98). In addition, Rock helped establish the Sports Medicine Advisory Board of the Rhode Island Interscholastic League in 1997 and served on that board for five years. He helped establish and served as the first president of the BIG EAST Sports Medicine Society, which was formed in June 2006. After attaining a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Springfield College in 1980, Rock attended Western Michigan, where he earned a master’s degree in athletic training in 1982. Rock then served as a teacher and athletic trainer at Leander High School in Leander, Texas in 1983 before spending one year in minor league baseball with the Baltimore Orioles organization. Rock then began his career in collegiate athletics in 1984 and spent two years as the head athletic trainer at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. He then became the assistant athletic trainer at Princeton in 1986 and moved on to Providence in 1988. Rock was inducted into the RIATA Hall of Fame in 2007. Rock and his wife, Patty, currently reside in Cranston, R.I. with their three children, Patrick (20), Abby (18) and Maggie (11).

Support Staff

Carl LaBranche

Meghan Kiley

Associate Athletics Dir./ Facilities Game-Day Management

Assistant Director for Academic Skills/Programs

Billy Timlen

Peter Vasquez

Team Manager

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Team Manager

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2011 Roster No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26

Name Keasel Broome Jhojan Obando David Datilus George Hodge Shane Powell Brandon Adler John Raley Marcos Ugarte Phil Towler Giuseppe Guerriero Marc Cintron Fazal Nabi Anthony Baumann Rob Bialy Greg Davis Keith Jecewiz Jimmy Petruccelli Brian Grisell Byron Regester Daniel Fabian Wilder Arboleda Phil Ziegler Rishi Desai Matt Pesci Jeff Kilday Thomas Ballenthin

Cl. RS-Fr. Sr. Sr. RS-So. RS-Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. RS-So. So. Fr. RS-Fr. Fr. Fr.

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

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

Wt. 190 170 175 155 175 180 175 140 175 160 175 165 155 160 165 180 150 165 190 150 175 150 150 150 190 175

Hometown/Last School Claymont, Del./Caravel Academy Kissimmee, Fla./Freedom Linden, N.J./Linden Dartmouth, Mass./Dartmouth Wilmington, Del./Salesianum School Montville, N.J./Seton Hall Prep St. Inigoes, Md./St. Mary’s Ryken Providence, R.I./Providence Country Day Cumbria, England/Cartmel Priory School Essex, Mass./Manchester-Essex Regional Piscataway, N.J./ St. Benedict’s Prep Portland, Maine/Portland Spring Hill, Fla./Tampa Prep East Greenwich, R.I./East Greenwich Jamaica, N.Y./Archbishop Molloy Smithtown, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Brentwood, N.H./Exeter Brookfield, Conn./Brookfield Westerville, Ohio/St. Francis DeSales Southbury, Conn./Pomperaug Pawtucket, R.I./Tolman East Lyme, Conn./East Lyme Holmdel, N.J./Holmdel Towaco, N.J./Montville Marshfield, Mass./Worcester Academy Lexington, Mass./Lexington ROSTER BY STATE/COUNTRY

COACHING STAFF ead Coach: Chaka Daley H (Providence College ‘96 • 12th Season) Assistant Coaches: John Mark Andrade (Syracuse ‘02) Dave DeMello (Rhode Island ‘94) Tim Fauth (Monmouth ‘01) Director of Soccer Operations: Justin Kahle (Providence College ‘10) Athletic Trainer: John Rock (Springfield College ‘80) PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 0 • Keasel Broome = Key - zul 1 • Jhojan Obando = Joe - hahn 2 • David Datilus = Data - luss 7 • Marcos Ugarte = oo - gar - tay 8 • Jimmy Petruccelli = Petra - cell - ee 9 • Giuseppe Guerreiro = Jeh-SEP-ee Ga - rare -o 11 • Fazal Nabi = Fah - zuhl Nah - bee 12 • Anthony Baumann = Bou - man 13 • Rob Bialy = By - lee 15 • Keith Jecewiz = Jess - uh - wits 17 • Brian Grisell = Gruh - zell 20 • Wilder Arboleda = Will - der Arr - bo - lay - duh 22 • Rishi Desai = Re-she De - sigh 23 • Matt Pesci = Peshee

England

United States Connecticut (3) - Daniel Fabian, Brian Grisell, Phil Ziegler Delaware (2) - Keasel Broome, Shane Powell England (1) - Phil Towler Florida (2) - Jhojan Obando, Anthony Baumann Maine (1) - Fazal Nabi Maryland (1) - John Raley Massachusetts (4) - George Hodge, Giuseppe Guerriero, Thomas Ballenthin, Jeff Kilday

Seniors (6) David Datilus, Daniel Fabian, Giuseppe Guerriero, Jhojan Obando, John Raley, Byron Regester

New Hampshire (1) - Jimmy Petruccelli New Jersey (5) - Brandon Adler, Marc Cintron, David Datilus, Rishi Desai, Matt Pesci New York (2) - Greg Davis, Keith Jecewiz Ohio (1) - Byron Regester Rhode Island (3) - Wilder Arboleda, Rob Bialy, Marcos Ugarte

ROSTER BY CLASS Sophomores (7) Anthony Baumann, Keasel Broome, Greg Davis, Brian Grisell, Matt Pesci, Shane Powell, Phil Ziegler

Juniors (4) Wilder Arboleda, Marc Cintron, George Hodge, Keith Jecewiz

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Freshmen (9) Brandon Adler, Thomas Ballenthin, Rob Bialy, Rishi Desai, Jeff Kilday, Fazal Nabi, Jimmy Petruccelli, Phil Towler, Marcos Ugarte

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Player Profiles

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David Datilus

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Senior Defender 6-0 • 175 Linden, N.J. Linden

Daniel Fabian

Senior Midfielder 5-9 • 150 Southbury, Conn. Pomperaug

2010: Started 21 of the 22 games in the Friar backline and notched his first collegiate point with an assist in a 3-1 win over Sacred Heart (9/15) … Notched a total of eight shots with four being on target. 2009: Played in 12 games in 2009, including nine starts ... Made his first career start on 9/1 at Sacred Heart ... Helped the Friar defense finish sixth in the BIG EAST in goals against average 2008: Played in a game in 2008. 2007: Did not play during his freshman season in 2007.

2010: Started all 22 games for the Friars and totaled five assists on the season … Notched a career-high two assists against Saint Peter’s in the NCAA Championship First Round on 11/18 ... Recorded one assist against Rhode Island (9/2), Louisville (9/25) and West Virginia (10/30) 2009: Played in all 20 matches in 2009, including 10 starts ... Scored a career-high two goals in a win at Pittsburgh (10/3) ... Assisted on the match-winning goal versus Marquette (10/24) ... Also recorded one assist in a win at Georgetown (10/31) 2008: Played in 12 games as a freshman ... Scored a goal in a win over Bryant University on 10/15.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played four years at Linden High School and served as team captain during his last two seasons ... Also was an eightyear member of the Ironbound Soccer Club ... Led his team to five New Jersey State Cup titles, two regional titles and one U.S. club national crown ... Also played on the New Jersey ODP squad ... Was an honor roll student all four years.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played four years and was an honor roll student at Pomperaug High School ... Was team captain during his senior season ... Recorded 31 career goals and 62 assists for 155 points ... Earned AllState honors in 2006 and 2007 ... Also named to the Southwest AllConference Team three times ... Led Pomperaug in assists in his last three seasons ... Also was the team’s leader in goals in 2006 ... Played club soccer at South Central Premier, where he led his squad to the Region One semifinals in 2006 and 2007 ... Also helped his team to three Connecticut State Cup championships.

PERSONAL: Son of Adiela and Joseph Datilus ... Has one brother, Remy ... Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant ... Marketing major.

PERSONAL: Son of Paul and Corinne Fabian ... Has one older brother, Andrew and one younger brother, Kristian ... Favorite athletes are Michael Ballack, Dwayne Wade and David Wright ... Theatre major. Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 22/21 2009 12/9 2008 1/0 2007 0 Totals 35/30

SH 8 6 0 - 14

G 0 0 0 - 0

A 1 0 0 - 1

PTS 1 0 0 1

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 22/22 2009 20/10 2008 12/0 Totals 54/32

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SH 7 10 12 29

G 0 2 1 3

A 5 2 1 7

PTS 5 6 2 13

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Player Profiles

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Giuseppe Guerriero

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Senior Midfielder 5-11 • 160 Essex, Mass. Manchester-Essex Regional 2010: Started nine games and appeared in 12 … Had five points on two goals and one assist … Scored his first collegiate goal and the game winner in a 1-0 double overtime win over Marquette (10/20) … Scored his second goal in the BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinals in a 2-1 win at Georgetown (11/6). 2009: Played in six games in 2009 ... Made his debut against Holy Cross (9/5) ... Sat out his freshman season because of injury. BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played at Manchester-Essex Regional High School ... Recorded 26 goals and seven assists in his senior season ... Was a 2005 Cape Ann All-Star, a 2007 Cape Ann AllLeague and an Eastern Mass. All-Star ... Helped his club team to a first place finish in the 2007 Massachusetts State Cup and the Region I League title ... Was part of the U.S. U-15 and U-17 National teams that played European club teams Bolton Wanderers, Charlton Athletic, Benfica and Estoril. PERSONAL: Son of Lillian and Bruno Guerriero ... Has two younger sisters, Sophia and Alessia ... Favorite athletes are Kaká, Andrea Pirlo and Cristiano Ronaldo ... Management major.

Jhojan Obando

Senior Goalkeeper 5-11 • 170 Kissimmee, Fla. Freedom 2010: Started every game in net for the Friars and finished the season with an overall record of 13-6-3, including six shutouts … Made a career-high 12 saves in a 1-1 double overtime tie against Louisville in the BIG EAST Championship final on 11/14 ... Named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament Team ... Recorded 10 saves in a 1-0 victory over Northeastern (9/21) … Notched seven saves in a 1-0 shutout against Marquette (10/20) … In BIG EAST Tournament play, Obando yielded just three goals in four games and notched 29 saves, including a shutout against Villanova … Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll two times (10/25, 11/1) after leading the Friars to a pair of wins those two weeks.

2009: Played in two games as a junior, including one start ... Did not allow one goal in two games ... Made his first career start (10/13) against Yale ... Also made his collegiate debut at UConn (10/6) 2008: Missed the 2008 season because of injury. 2007: Did not play during his freshman season. BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played at Freedom High School and captained the team during his last three seasons ... Had a goals against average of 0.93 or lower in the last three years ... Posted an eight-game shutout streak in 2006 ... Led Freedom to the Metro title, the District Championship and the Regional semifinals in 2005 and 2006 ... Allowed just two goals during the 2006 playoffs ... Also played club soccer for CFU Strikers and led the team to the state title in 2005 and the Regional Quarterfinals. PERSONAL: Son of Miguel and Rosmira Obando .. Has one younger brother, Darwin, and one older sister, Aylin ... Favorite athletes are Iker Casillas, Gianluigi Buffon and Kaká ... Health Policy and Management major.

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 12/9 2009 6/0 2008 0/0 Totals 18/9

SH 13 0 - 13

G 2 0 - 2

A 1 0 - 1

PTS 5 0 5

Career Statistics Year GP/GS 2010 22/22 2009 2/1 2008 0 2007 0 Totals 24/23

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MNS GA/GAA SVS/SV% W-L-T 2042:04 24/1.06 100/.806 13-6-3 90:24 0/0.00 2/1.000 0-0-0 - - - - - - 2132:28 24/1.01 102/.810 13-6-3

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John “JJ” Raley

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Senior Defender 6-0 • 175 St. Inigoes, Md. St. Mary’s Ryken

Senior Goalkeeper 6-2 • 190 Westerville, Ohio St. Francis DeSales

2010: One of five Friars to start all 22 games … Helped the Friar defense record six shutouts … Notched 11 shots on the season, including two on goal versus Cincinnati in the BIG EAST Semifinals (11/12). 2009: Played in all 20 games in 2009 ... Was one of only two Friars to start all 20 games ... Helped the PC defense record nine shutouts ... The defense also finished sixth in the BIG EAST in goals against average ... Finished the season with a career-high four assists … Assisted on the overtime match winner at No. 8 UConn in the BIG EAST Quarterfinals (11/7) ... Also posted an assist in wins at Villanova (11/4) and Georgetown (10/31). 2008: Started all 19 games at left back as a freshman.

2010: Played in two games as a junior … Made one save against No. 23/17 Michigan State (9/9) and did not yield a goal ... Also played against Saint Peter’s in the NCAA Championship First Round (11/18). 2009: Played in one game in 2009 ... Made his collegiate debut on 10/13 versus Yale ... Did not play during his freshman season

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played four years at St. Mary’s Ryken High School ... Was team captain during his last three seasons ... As a defender, he recorded 45 goals and 14 assists during his last three seasons ... Earned All-County honors and First Team All-Conference honors in all four years ... Was the All-County Player of the Year as a junior and was named as a First Team All-State performer as a senior ... Helped his team win every conference game in all four years ... During his senior season, he also helped his team defeat (2-1) the top-ranked high school team in the country, DeMatha ... Helped his club team to the 2006 State Cup, Regional and National Championship ... Guided his squad to the 2007 State Cup ... Also played for the Baltimore Bays of the U.S. Soccer Development League and helped lead the Bays to the national title. PERSONAL: Son of Lorena and Michael Raley ... Has one younger brother, Jereme who plays at Maryland ... Favorite athletes are Roy Keane and Michael Jordan ... Marketing major. Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 22/22 2009 20/20 2008 19/19 Totals 61/61

SH 11 23 14 48

G 0 0 0 0

Byron Regester

A 0 4 0 4

PTS 0 4 0 4

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played at St. Francis DeSales High School, where he was a three-sport athlete (soccer, tennis, swimming) ... Served as captain of the soccer team in his last two seasons ... Posted an 18-1-2 record, a .880 save percentage and a 0.52 goals against average in 2007 ... Holds the Ohio record for career shutouts (23), shutouts in one season (14 in 2007) and consecutive shutouts (eight in 2007) ... Received two All-League and All-District honors ... Earned First Team All-State and First Team All-Region accolades ... Helped St. Francis DeSales to the District championship, the Regional title in 2007-08 and an appearance in the State Final Four ... His team was nationally ranked throughout the 2007-08 season ... Played for the Columbus Crew of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy and led his squad to a third place finish in the country. PERSONAL: Son of Sherri and Steve Regester ... Has one older brother, Jordan and one younger sister, Tria ... Favorite athletes are Michael Jordan, Jerry Rice and Oliver Kahn ... Finance major.

Career Statistics Year GP/GS 2010 2/0 2009 1/0 2008 0/0 Totals 3/0

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MNS 26:05 45:00 - 71:05

GA/GAA SVS/SV% 0/0.00 1/1.000 1/2.00 1/.500 - - 1/1.27 2/.667

W-L-T 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-1

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Wilder Arboleda

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RS - Sophomore Midfielder/Forward 6-0 • 175 Pawtucket, R.I. Tolman

Marc Cintron

Junior Midfielder/Forward 6-1• 175 Piscataway, N.J. St. Benedict’s Prep

2010: Played in all 22 games and started 11 … Finished second on the team with five goals and third with 13 points ... Made his first collegiate start against Sacred Heart (9/15) and totaled four points on two goals … Scored the game winner against Quinnipiac (9/18) … Had three assists on the season, including one at Villanova (11/3) in the BIG EAST Championship First Round ... Tallied four points on two goals against Saint Peter’s in NCAA Championship First Round on 11/18. 2009: Did not play during his freshman season at Providence.

2010: Started 21 of 22 games and led the team in assists (10), while also tallying two goals for 14 points … Finished second on the team with 14 points ... His 10 assists were two shy of tying the PC single-season assists record (12 set in 1982) ... Assisted on the match winner versus Cincinnati in the BIG EAST Championship Semifinals (11/12) ... Notched two assists against Villanova in the BIG EAST Championship First Round (11/3) and a goal and an assist at top seed Georgetown in the BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinals (11/6) … For his efforts in the first two rounds of the BIG EAST Championship Tournament, he was named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week on 11/7. 2009: Played in all 20 games as a freshman and started 12 matches ... Was one of only five players to play in every game ... Scored two goals and added four assists for eight points ... The eight points was the third highest mark on the team while the four assists tied for the team lead ... Scored one goal and assisted on the match winner in a 2-1 triumph at Villanova on 11/4 in the BIG EAST Championship First Round ... Assisted on the lone goal in a 1-0 overtime win at West Virginia (10/28) ... Scored his first career goal against No. 11 Harvard on 10/20.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Started all four years during his career at Tolman High School ... Named to the All-Division First Team for three consecutive seasons ... Captained his team during his senior season ... Received Futsal Regional All-Tournament honors in 2006 and 2007 ... Also was on the Futsal National All-Tournament Team in 2008 ... Nominated for the Rhode Island Cox Sportsmanship Award in his senior season ... Graduated in the top-five percent of his class ... Earned high honors during his four years at Tolman ... Member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Son of Wilman Arboleda and Niyereth Espinal ... Has one younger brother, Kevin and one older sister, Meagen ... Favorite athlete is Lionel Messi ... Political Science major.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played four years at St. Benedict’s Prep School ... Named to the All-Prep School First Team as a junior and senior ... Earned second team honors as a freshman and sophomore ... Was a member of the New Jersey Olympic Development Program (2003-07) ... Helped lead his team to two high school national championships and four state championships ... Member of the Players Development Academy (PDA) club team that captured the U.S. Club National Championship. PERSONAL: Son of Jeanine and Luciano Cintron ... Has one younger brother, Michael and one younger sister, Lauren ... Favorite athletes are Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Franck Ribery ... Management major.

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 22/11 2009 0/0 Totals 22/11

SH 23 - 23

G 5 - 5

A 3 - 3

PTS 13 13

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 22/21 2009 20/12 Totals 42/33

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SH 38 27 65

G 2 2 4

A 10 4 14

PTS 14 8 22

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George Hodge

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RS - Sophomore Defender 5-8 • 155 Dartmouth, Mass. Dartmouth

Junior Forward 6-0 • 180 Smithtown, N.Y. St. Anthony’s

2010: Started 19 games for the Friars as a defender … Notched his first assist against Saint Peter’s in the NCAA Championship First Round on 11/18 ... Recorded six shots. 2009: Did not play during his freshman season at Providence.

2010: Played in 17 games and made his first collegiate start in the second round of the NCAA Championship at Ohio State ... Recorded his first collegiate points with a goal and an assist in a 2-1 win at Harvard (9/29) … Had one assist in a 1-1 draw against DePaul (10/16). 2009: Played in eight games during his freshman season at Providence ... Made his collegiate debut on 9/13 against Northeastern.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer for four years and basketball for two seasons at Dartmouth High School ... Was captain of the soccer team for two years and the basketball team for

one year ... Scored five goals and recorded 13 assists in his high school career as a defender ... Earned Old Colony League (OCL) Conference All-Star honors in 2007 and 2008 ... Helped his team to three OCL Conference Championships ... Named to the Standard Times Super Team in 2008 ... Played for several club teams, including F.C. Greater Boston Bolts Academy ... Voted 2009 Mr. Dartmouth ... Member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Son of Diane and George Hodge ... Has one younger sister, Lezan ... Favorite athletes are Lionel Messi and LeBron James ... Finance major.

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 19/19 2009 0/0 Totals 19/19

SH 6 - 6

Keith Jecewiz

G 0 - 0

A 1 - 1

PTS 1 1

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer at St. Anthony’s High School ... Also played for the Smithtown Soccer Club and the Metropolitan Oval Academy ... Captained St. Anthony’s for one year and Smithtown for four seasons ... Helped St. Anthony’s to an undefeated championship season and a No. 2 national ranking among high school teams ... Named to the All-Academic Team. PERSONAL: Son of Carol and Peter Jecewiz ... Has one sister, Dana and two brothers, Nick and Mark ... Nick graduated from Providence College in 2011 ... Favorite athletes are Cristiano Ronaldo and Alexander Ovechkin ... Finance major.

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 17/1 2009 8/0 Totals 25/1

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SH 9 1 10

G 1 0 1

A 2 0 2

PTS 4 0 4

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Anthony Baumann

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Sophomore Midfielder 5-8 • 155 Spring Hill, Fla. Tampa Prep

Greg Davis

Sophomore Forward/Midfielder 5-9 • 165 Jamaica, N.Y. Archbishop Molloy

2010: Played in 17 matches and started six of the last eight matches for the Friars … Earned his first collegiate point with an assist in a 1-0 victory over Quinnipiac (9/18) ... Played in the back and in the midfield. BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played four seasons at Tampa Prep where he helped his squad to three state championships ... Captained Tampa Prep during his last two seasons ... Recorded 67 career goals and 97 assists ... Earned Hillsborough County Player of the Year honors in 2009-10 and AllState Team honors ... Was an All-America candidate and a candidate for Gatorade Player of the Year in 2010 ... Led Florida with 32 assists as a sophomore and a senior ... Played club soccer with the Clearwater Chargers and led his squad to a state title. PERSONAL: Son of Lucille and Michael Baumann ... His older brother, Michael, played professional soccer in England for Wealdstone F.C. ... Also has an older sister, Christie ... Favorite athletes are LeBron James and Wesley Sneijder ... Has not declared a major.

2010: Played in 20 games and started six for the Friars … Finished tied for third on the team with four goals and fifth with eight points ... Netted two goals against Rhode Island and the game winner on 9/2 … For his efforts against Rhode Island, he earned BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll accolades on 9/6 ... Also scored the match winner in a 3-0 BIG EAST First Round win at Villanova (11/3) ... Scored one goal in the NCAA Championship Second Round at Ohio State.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer for four years at Archbishop Molloy ... Earned CHSAA League Most Valuable Player honors ... Named City Player of the Year as a junior and was an Honorable Mention All-American as a senior ... Named outstanding high school athlete of the year ... Earned All-League, All-Queens and All-City honors in his last two seasons ... Led his team to the CHSAA City championship ... Played club soccer for BW Gottschee ... Was an honor roll student during his junior and senior years at Molloy. PERSONAL: Son of Hope and Peter Davis ... Has one older brother, Matthew and one older sister, Danielle ... Favorite athletes are Thierry Henry, Pelé and Robinho ... Has not declared a major.

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 17/6

SH 3

G 0

A 1

PTS 1

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 20/6

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SH 18

G 4

A 0

PTS 8

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Brian Grisell

21

Sophomore Forward/Midfielder 6-1 • 165 Brookfield, Conn. Brookfield

Phil Ziegler

Sophomore Midfielder/Forward 5-10 • 150 East Lyme, Conn. East Lyme

2010: Started his first collegiate game versus Rhode Island (9/2) and appeared in a total of 16 games … Notched his first collegiate goal in a 1-1 double overtime draw at DePaul (10/16) ... Tallied his second goal in the NCAA Championship First Round against Saint Peter’s on 11/18.

2010: Played in nine games as a freshman ... Made his collegiate debut at Michigan State (9/9). BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer for four years at East Lyme where he served as captain during his senior season ... Was a high school All-America as a senior ... Also named to the AllNew England Team, All-State Team in 2008 and 2009 ... Earned New London Day and Norwich Bulletin Player of the Year ... Holds the East Lyme High School record for most career goals with 70 ... His 30 goals as a junior ranks tied for most goals in a season at East Lyme ... Was a four-year honor roll student

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played four years at Brookfield ... Recorded 38 goals and 45 assists in his last three seasons at Brookfield ... Had 15 goals and 18 assists during his senior season ... Was captain of the Brookfield team in his junior and senior season ... Named to the All-State Team during his sophomore and senior seasons ... Also earned All-Conference SWC, and All-Area accolades for three consecutive seasons ... Helped his team to the CIAC

PERSONAL: Son of Jillian and Carl Ziegler ... Has one older brother, Robert ... Favorite athletes include Ryan Giggs, Shane Williams, Wayne Rooney, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville ... Has not declared a major.

Division I State championship, the Class L State championship and t h e SWC championship ... Was an Honor Roll Student during all four seasons at Brookfield. PERSONAL: Son of Margo and Brian Grisell ... Has two younger sisters, Marisa and Brianna ... Favorite athlete is Thierry Henry ... Has not declared a major.

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 16/1

SH 8

G 2

A 0

PTS 4

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 9/0

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SH 1

G -

A -

PTS -

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Keasel Broome

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RS - Freshman Goalkeeper 6-0 • 190 Claymont, Del. Caravel Academy

Shane Powell

RS - Freshman Defender 6-3 • 175 Wilmington, Del. Salesianum School

2010: Did not play in a game during his freshman season.

2010: Did not play in a game during his freshman season.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer and football at Caravel Academy ... Earned First Team All-State, First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Conference in soccer ... Was a regional All-American in 2009 and was the No. 2 ranked player in Delaware ... Voted best goalkeeper in Delaware ... Helped Caravel Academy to the 2009 state title as he posted a 0.40 goals against average and a 16-2-1 record ... Also earned All-State honors as a kicker on the football team ... Became the first athlete to earn First Team All-State honors in two different sports ... Played club soccer for FC Delco and KSC Nemesis ... Also played for Olympic Development Program and was a captain in 2008.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer for four years and was a member of the track and field team for one season at Salesianum School ... Named First Team All-State in 2009 ... His team captured the state soccer championship in 2007 and 2008 ... Was a co-captain of the Delaware Olympic Development Team for two years ... Played club soccer for Match Fit Chelsea, FC Delco and the Baltimore Rays ... Member of the National Honor Society.

PERSONAL: Son of June and Keasel Broome ... Has two younger brothers, Matthew and Jonathan and one older sister, Nina ... Favorite athletes are Tim Howard, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi ... Management major. Career Statistics Year GP/GS 2010 0

MNS -

23

GA/GAA SVS/SV% - -

G -

A -

PTS -

Brandon Adler

Freshman Defender 6-1 • 180 Montville, N.J. Seton Hall Prep

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Was a four-year letter winner at Montville ... Was named First Team All-Conference, First Team All-County and Second Team All-State ... Helped his team win the conference title during his freshman season, the county and state sectional crown during his senior season ... The team was voted the Morris County Team of the Year in 2009 ... Attended the USSF National U18 Development Academy in 2009. PERSONAL: Born November 18, 1991 ... Son of LoriAnn and John Pesci ... Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant ... Has not declared a major. G -

SH -

5

Matt Pesci

2010: Did not play in a game during his freshman season.

SH -

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 0

W-L-T -

RS - Freshman Defender 5-9 • 150 Towaco, N.J. Montville

Career Statistics YEAR GP/GS 2010 0

PERSONAL: Son of Susan and Michael Powell, who were both multi-sport collegiate athletes ... Has one younger sister, Kayla ... Favorite athlete is Steven Gerrard ... Finance major.

A -

PTS -

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer at Seton Hall Prep where he was a two-year captain ... Scored 13 goals and recorded 21 assists in three seasons ... Named First Team All-State, Star Ledger New Jersey Player of the Year, Gatorade Player of the Year candidate, NSCAA All-American and ESPN First Team All-American in 2010 ... Led his team to its first ever Super Essex Conference and county championships in 2009 ... Also helped Seton Hall Prep to the second New Jersey Non Public A title in school history ... In 2010, the team was ranked No. 21 in the ESPN national poll and captured the Super Essex Conference as well as the county championships ... Member of the New Jersey Olympic Development Program ... Invited to the Under-17 National Team Camp and Nike Friendlies in 2007 ... Member of the New York Bulls Academy for six seasons and was a three-year captain ... Was an Honor Roll student every year. PERSONAL: Son of Debbie and Michael Adler … Has one younger brother, Zachary … Favorite athletes are Lukas Podolski, John Terry and Blake Griffin ... Has not declared a major.

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Thomas Ballenthin

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Freshman Midfielder 5-10 • 155 Holmdel, N.J. Holmdel

Freshman Defender 6-0 • 175 Lexington, Mass. Lexington BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Earned four letters in soccer, three in indoor track and three in outdoor track at Lexington High School ... Was captain of the soccer team during his senior year at Lexington and played in every game in his four years ... Totaled 20 goals and 22 assists in his final two years ... Named Middlesex League All-Star for 2008-09 and league MVP in 2010 … Helped his team to three Middlesex League titles and one Massachusetts Division I North championship … Selected to the Massachusetts All-State Team in 2009-10 … Was on the 2010 All New England Team … Played club soccer for FC Greater Boston Bolts from 2004-11. PERSONAL: Son of John and Linda Ballenthin … Has two older brothers, Willi and Robby … Willi was a track & field athlete at Columbia, while Robby competes for the track & field team at Bentley ... Favorite athlete is Gerrard Pique ... Has not declared a major.

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Rishi Desai

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer at Holmdel High School where he was a three-year captain ... Led Holmdel to the 2010 state title ... Scored three goals and added five assists during the 2010 season ... Also played two years for the U.S. Soccer Development Academy for two years ... Played club soccer for Match-Fit Chelsea for two years and was a team captain ... Member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society ... Was named Super Y League All-Star in 2007 ... PERSONAL: Son of Vrajesh and Parinda Desai ... Has one older brother, Ravi ... Favorite athletes include Neymar, Robinho, Ronaldinho, Messi, Iniesta and Kobe Bryant ... Has not declared a major.

Rob Bialy

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Freshman Defender 5-10 • 160 East Greenwich, R.I. East Greenwich

Jeff Kilday

Freshman Defender 6-3 • 190 Marshfield, Mass. Worcester Academy

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer for four years at East Greenwich High School … Scored 30 goals in his senior season which tied for most goals in the state … Helped lead his team to a state championship in 2009 … Was named First Team All-Area in 2009 … Named Second Team All-State in 2009 and First Team All-State in 2010 ... Also garnered AllTournament team honors in 2010 ... Played club soccer for FC Greater Boston Bolts (2008-11) ... Prior to the Bolts, Bialy played with Bruno United where he helped his team to three Rhode Island State Cup championships.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer and baseball for four years at Marshfield High School … Played in every game at Marshfield and totaled 20 goals and 15 assists ... Named ACL All-Star 2007-2009 … During senior year, Kilday was selected to the Eastern Mass All-Star Team, All-State Team, All New England Team and was unanimously voted the ACL Player of the Year … Attended Worcester Academy after his senior year … Named Team MVP, NEPSAC All-Star and was a finalist for NEPSAC MVP … Also played for the Crusaders United Soccer Club and was named captain … Member of the National Honor Society.

PERSONAL: Son of Cindy and Bruce Bialy ... Has one older sister, Katie ... Favorite athletes are Blake Griffin and Sergio Ramos ... Has not declared a major.

PERSONAL: Son of Paul and Carol Kilday … Has two brothers, Paul and Steven … Steven played soccer for four years at St. Anselm College ... Favorite athlete is Carlos Puyol ... Plans to major in business.

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Fazal Nabi

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Freshman Midfielder 6-0 • 165 Portland, Maine Portland

Freshman Midfielder 6-2 • 175 Cumbria, England Cartmel Priory School

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Earned four letters in soccer and was team captain during the last two years at Portland High School … Totaled 59 goals and 57 assists in four years at Portland, including 20 goals and 20 assists as a senior ... Was an All-State Team selection all four years ... Earned SMAA Offensive Player of the Year honors and was selected to the regional All-Star Team for three consecutive seasons … Made All New England in 2010 … Named 2011 Maine Boys Gatorade Player of the Year ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Played club soccer at Seacoast United (2007-11). PERSONAL: Son of Mohammad and Shakeela Nabi… Has one younger brother, Humza and two younger sisters, Mashale and Murseal … Plans to major in computer science.

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Phil Towler

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Attended Cartmel Priory Secondary School where he was a five-sport athlete ... Took part of four tours (including trips to Spain, France and the Isle of Man) with the soccer team while at Cartmel Priory where he was team captain ... Also played at Carlisle United during the last five years ... Recorded eight goals and nine assists in his final season at Carlisle, where he was a vice captain. PERSONAL: Son of John and Sandra Towler ... Has two older sisters, Debbie and Caroline ... Plans to become a physical education teacher and a personal trainer ... Favorite athlete is Stuart Holden.

Jimmy Petruccelli

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Marcos Ugarte

Freshman Midfielder 5-7 • 140 Providence, R.I. Providence Country Day

Freshman Midfielder 5-6 • 150 Brentwood, N.H. Exeter BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Was a four-year starter at Exeter High School ... Helped his team post a 77-7-3 record in four years ... Totaled 49 goals and 57 career assists at Exeter ... Earned All-State accolades in his final three seasons ... Named All-New England and was runner-up for All-America honors ... Nominated for 2011 New Hampshire Boys Gatorade Player of the Year ... Played club soccer for Seacoast United where he was team captain for three consecutive seasons ... Led Seacoast to the 2008 Super Y national quarterfinals ... Member of the Under-15, Under-17 and Under-18 National Team Pools. PERSONAL: Son of Marjorie and James Petruccelli ... James played soccer at Green Mountain College ... Has one younger sister, Brianna ... Favorite athletes are Carlos Tevez, Steven Gerrard and Andres Iniesta ... Plans to major in business.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer for four years at Providence Country Day ... Also was a member of the wrestling team as a freshman ... Finished his high school career with 39 goals and 32 assists, including 16 goals and three assists as a senior ... Earned Best XI honors for the United States Soccer Federation (Northeast Region) in 2010-11 ... Named 2011 Rhode Island Boys Soccer Gatorade Player of the Year ... Earned All-New England and Providence Journal All-State honors as a senior ... Was an honor roll student at PCD ... Was one of four players chosen by Ajax of Amsterdam scouts during USA tour to attend Super Y regionals with Ajax Orlando. PERSONAL: Son of Lisa Limer and Ernesto Ugarte ... Ernesto played semi-professional soccer in Peru ... Has one older brother, Alex who played soccer at Bucknell University ... Favorite athlete is Lionel Messi ... Born in Madrid, Spain ... Plans to major in global studies.

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                     

     

# Ocean State Soccer Classic * BIG EAST Conference Match $ BIG EAST Championship ! NCAA Championship

 

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Goals scored per game Shot pct. Shots on goal-Attempts SOG pct. Shots/Game CORNER KICKS PENALTY KICKS OFFSIDES PENALTIES Yellow cards Red cards ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

PC

OPP

33-261 1.50 .126 116-261 .444 11.9 101 1-2 49

24-283 1.09 .085 125-283 .442 12.9 115 3-3 55

22 1

27 3

4462 9/496 2/0

7872 11/716

AWAY 6-3-2 2-1-1 4-2-1                                                                     

    

     

     

                                                                                                                                   

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  

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

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  

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  

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  

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  

 

 

     

  

 

   

   

Matt Marcin

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    

  

  

NEUTRAL 1-0-1 0-0 1-0-1

     

     

 

 

   

 

     

 

Marc Cintron

2011 Providence College Men’s Soccer • 30

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                     

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           



   

Providence College

Postseason

PROVIDENCE COLLLEGE BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY First Round

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

Finals

YEAR PC OPP PC OPP PC OPP PC OPP 2010 3 at #4 Villanova 0 2 at #1 Georgetown 1 2 vs. #2 Cincinnati 1 1 vs. #1 Louisville 1 (2OT) (PC #5 Seed) (LOU wins shootout, 3-2) 2009 2 at #4 Villanova 1 1 at #1 Connecticut 0 (OT) 0 vs. #1 St. John’s 2 (PC #5 Seed) 2008 2 #5 Villanova 1 0 at #1 St. John’s 1 (OT) (PC #4 Seed) 2007 0 #5 Cincinnati 2 (PC #4 Seed) 2006 2 #5 Louisville 0 2 at #3 Cincinnati 0 0 vs. #3 St. John’s 2 (PC #4 Seed) 2005 2 at #3 Cincinnati 1 2 at #2 Seton Hall 2 0 vs. #1 USF 0 (2OT) (PC #6 Seed) (PC wins shootout, 4-2) (USF wins shootout, 3-2) 2003 (PC #7 Seed) 2 vs. at #2 Virginia Tech 2 (2OT) PC wins shootout, 4-2 2002 (PC #8 Seed) 0 #1 Boston College 4 1998 (PC #5 Seed) 0 #4 Georgetown 1 1987 (PC #4 Seed) 0 vs. #1 Seton Hall 1 1984 (PC #1 Seed) 2 vs. #4 Villanova 0 0 vs. #3 Connecticut 1 1983 (PC #1 Seed) 3 vs. #3 Syracuse 4

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1996 1991 1990 1998 1996 2010 2009

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE BIG EAST HONOR ROLL ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM Player Team/Position Matt Marcin First Team/Midfield Tim Ritter Second Team/Forward Ryan Maduro Second Team/Midfield Tim Ritter Third Team/Forward Ryan Maduro First Team/Midfield Ryan Maduro First Team/Midfield Chris Konopka Second Team/Goalkeeper Tim Ritter Third Team/Forward Ryan Maduro Third Team/Midfield Mauricio Solano Third Team/Midfield Kempes Corbally Second Team/Back Kevin Jones Second Team/Forward Kevin Jones Second Team/Forward Kempes Corbally Second Team/Back Mike Eisenhut Second Team/Midfield John Costigan Second Team/Back Dan Pires Second Team/Goalkeeper John Martin Forward Dwaine Shanley Back ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Kempes Corbally Back Andy McConville Midfield Kevin Jones Forward ALL-CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM Matt Marcin Midfield Bryan Minogue Back Jhojan Obando Goalkeeper Andrew Sousa Midfield Justin Kahle Back

Kempes Corbally

Kevin Jones

Ryan Maduro

Matt Marcin

Mauricio Solano

Tim Ritter

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE ALL AMERICANS Year 2006 1988 1987 1984 1983

Player Ryan Maduro Seamus Purcell Seamus Purcell Martin Hayes Martin Hayes

Team/Position First Team/Midfield Third Team/Back First Tem/Back Third Team/Midfield Second Team/Midfield

PROVIDENCE COLLLEGE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY First Round YEAR 2010 2007 2006 2005 1983

PC OPP 6 Saint Peter’s 2 0 at Old Dominion 1 0 at Hoftra 2 1 at Hoftra 0 (OT) 0 Connecticut 2

Second Round PC 1 at #16 Ohio

OPP 2

0 at #4 North Carolina 2 Martin Hayes

2011 Providence College Men’s Soccer • 31

Ryan Maduro

Seamus Purcell

Providence College

Providence College Records SINGLE SEASON RECORDS Most Goals 17, John Farren (1984) Most Assists 12, Art Podgorski (1982) Most Points Scored 43, John Farren (1983) Most Minutes Played 2042, Jhojan Obando (2010) Goals Against Average .880, Jim Morris (1990) Name 1. John Farren 2. Eoin Lynch 3. Jim Rabadan 4. Pat Kocourek 5. Karl Anderson Matt Marcin 6. John Martin Kevin Jones 8. Jay Skelton 9. Tim Ritter 10. Juan Acevedo Steve Warjanka

CAREER GOALS LEADERS Years 1982-85 2002-05 1975-78 1986-88 1985-87 2007-10 1987-91 1996-01 1978-81 2005-07, 2009 1994-97 1992-94

Goals 62 27 26 24 22 22 21 21 20 19 18 18

Name 1. John Farren 2. Michael Eisenhut 3. Art Podgorski Ryan Maduro 5. Alan Doyle 6. Dwaine Shanley Kevin Jones

CAREER ASSISTS LEADERS Years 1982-85 1996-99 1981-84 2004-08 1976-79 1987-90 1996-99

Assists 30 24 22 22 18 17 17

Name 1. John Farren 2. Pat Kocourek 3. Eoin Lynch 4. Kevin Jones 5. Jim Rabadan 6. John Martin 7. Matt Marcin 8. Karl Anderson Tim Ritter 10. Ryan Maduro

CAREER POINTS LEADERS Years 1982-85 1986-88 2002-05 1996-01 1975-78 1987-91 2007-10 1985-87 2005-07, 2009 2004-08

Points 154 63 61 59 58 56 53 52 52 50

TEAM RECORDS Most Games Won Season 14 Most BIG EAST Games Won Season 7 Longest Winning Streak 11 Most Ties In A Season 9* Most Overtime Games 12* Most Improved Won-Loss Record 9.5^ Most Games In A Season 22 Most Consecutive Winning Seasons 9 Most Games Lost Season 16 Longest Losing Streak 16 Most Goals Scored Game 11 Most Goals Scored Season 60 Fewest Goals Season 8 Fewest Goals Allowed Season 10 Most Shutouts In a Season 11 Most Consecutive Shutouts (Season) 7

(1984) (2006) (1970) (2005) (2005) (2005) (2010) (1980-88) (1995, 2004) (2004) (1982) (1983) (2004) (1970) (1984) (1983)

Karl Anderson

John Farren

Eoin Lynch

Former Friars and Major League Soccer

Chaka Daley • New England • 1999

Chris Konopka • New York • 2011• Drafted by Kansas City (2007)

Tim Murray • Signed with New England (2010) • 2010-

Andrew Sousa • Drafted by New England (2011) • 2011-

* - NCAA Record; ^ - Tied for 10th best All-Time In NCAA History

2011 Providence College Men’s Soccer • 32

Providence College

All-Time BIG EAST Standings W 3 2 1 0 W 4 3 2 1 0

L 0 1 2 3 L 0 1 2 3 4

T 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0

W 17 12 8 8 W 11 11 8 8 4

L 4 6 9 7 L 3 7 7 11 12

T 3 4 3 1 T 2 1 1 0 1

North Division Syracuse Connecticut Boston College Providence South Division Seton Hall * Pittsburgh Villanova Georgetown St. John’s

W 3 1 2 1 W 3 1 1 2 1

L 1 3 1 2 L 0 2 3 1 2

T 0 0 0 0 T 1 1 0 1 1

W 16 12 8 9 W 18 10 8 8 4

L 5 7 8 8 L 2 5 8 10 8

T 2 2 5 0 T 2 2 2 1 3

North Divison Connecticut Boston College Providence Syracuse South Division Seton Hall * St.John’s Georgetown Villanova Pittsburgh

W 3 1 1 0 W 4 2 2 1 0

L 0 1 2 2 L 0 1 2 2 4

T 0 1 0 1 T 0 1 0 1 0

W 13 4 9 8 W 14 9 7 9 4

L 7 12 7 9 L 4 7 11 8 10

T 3 3 1 3 T 3 3 0 1 1

North Division Connecticut Syracuse Providence Boston College South Division Seton Hall * Georgetown St. John’s Pittsburgh Villanova

W 2 2 1 1 W 4 2 2 1 1

L 1 1 2 2 L 0 2 2 3 3

T 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0

W 14 12 8 7 W 16 12 8 6 6

L 8 10 8 11 L 4 7 9 8 9

T 1 0 1 1 T 0 1 1 1 2

North Division Connecticut * Boston College Syracuse Providence South Division Seton Hall Georgetown St. John’s Pittsuburgh Villanova

W 1 2 1 0 W 4 3 2 1 0

L 0 1 1 2 L 0 1 2 3 4

T 2 0 1 1 T 0 0 0 0 0

W 12 8 11 5 W 10 9 11 8 7

L 5 10 4 8 L 7 9 7 6 12

T 5 1 4 3 T 1 1 1 3 0

Seton Hall Boston College * Syracuse Connecticut Georgetown Pittsburgh Villanova Providence St. John’s

W 6 5 4 3 4 3 3 2 1

L 2 2 3 2 4 3 5 4 6

T 0 1 1 3 0 2 0 2 1

PTS 12 11 9 9 8 8 6 6 3

‘85 ‘86 ‘87

‘88 ‘89 ‘90

W 11 14 10 9 11 7 8 8 8

All-Time BIG EAST Standings 1985-2010

North Division Connecticut Syracuse * Boston College Providence South Division Pittsburgh St.John’s Seton Hall Georgetown Villanova

L 8 5 6 9 9 8 10 5 8

Seton Hall * Connecticut St. John’s Villanova Georgetown Syracuse Boston College Providence Pittsburgh St. John’s * Pittsburgh Seton Hall Georgetown Connecticut Boston College Syracuse Providence Villanova

W 7 6 5 4 4 3 2 2 0

L 1 2 2 4 4 5 4 5 6

T 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 2

PTS 14 12 11 8 8 6 6 5 2

‘91

W 14 11 12 11 10 10 8 6 6

L 4 7 5 7 8 9 7 8 7

T 3 3 2 0 1 0 3 2 4

W 8 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 2

L 0 2 3 4 4 5 4 5 6

T 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 0

PTS 16 11 9 8 7 6 6 5 4

W 17 12 12 11 7 10 8 6 9

L 3 6 7 7 10 8 9 7 8

T 2 1 3 1 2 0 2 4 1

St. John’s * Georgetown Boston College Villanova Seton Hall Pittsburgh Syracuse Connecticut Providence

W 6 4 5 4 3 3 3 3 0

L 0 2 3 3 3 4 4 5 7

T 2 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 1

PTS 14 10 10 9 8 7 7 6 1

W 18 9 12 6 8 9 7 19 7

L 1 8 5 10 6 5 10 8 10

T 3 2 1 2 3 3 2 0 1

Georgetown St. John’s * Boston College Seton Hall Connecticut Syracuse Villanova Pittsburgh Providence

W 7 6 5 5 5 2 2 1 0

L 1 1 2 3 3 5 5 6 7

T 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1

PTS 14 13 11 10 10 5 5 3 1

‘94

W 18 14 7 12 12 7 6 9 4

L 4 5 7 6 6 9 11 8 12

T 0 3 3 0 0 2 1 1 1

Boston College Pittsburgh Rutgers St. John’s * Syracuse Georgetown Seton Hall Connecticut West Virginia Notre Dame Villanova Providence

W 8 8 5 6 6 5 5 4 3 4 4 1

L 1 3 2 3 5 5 5 6 5 7 7 10

T 1 0 4 1 0 1 1 1 3 0 0 0

PTS 17 16 14 13 12 11 11 9 9 8 8 2

W 11 14 10 16 10 8 10 7 5 9 6 2

L 5 6 6 5 8 9 7 11 9 10 9 16

T 2 1 6 1 1 3 2 2 4 0 2 0

T 2 2 5 5 0 2 0 2 1

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‘92 ‘93

‘95

Providence College

All-Time BIG EAST Standings W 9 7 6 6 5 4 4 3 2 3 3 2

L 1 2 3 4 5 5 5 4 5 6 7 7

T 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 4 4 2 1 2

PTS 19 16 14 13 11 10 10 10 8 8 7 6

W 22 15 14 13 10 7 7 3 6 7 7 8

L 2 3 7 7 7 10 10 10 8 8 12 7

T 2 3 2 3 2 2 2 4 4 3 1 2

W 9 9 7 7 5 4 5 4 3 3 3 1

L 1 2 2 4 5 4 6 6 5 7 8 10

T 1 0 2 0 1 3 0 1 3 1 0 0

PTS 19 18 16 14 11 11 10 9 9 7 6 2

W 18 15 14 11 10 6 11 5 10 7 7 3

L 4 7 7 8 9 9 7 9 5 11 13 15

T 2 0 2 0 2 5 2 2 4 1 0 0

W 9 8 8 7 6 5 5 4 4 2 1 1

L 2 2 3 4 4 3 4 6 6 8 8 10

T 0 1 0 0 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 0

PTS 18 17 16 14 13 13 12 9 9 5 4 2

W 17 16 12 15 9 11 9 11 8 5 6 5

L 4 5 7 6 9 4 6 8 9 10 9 12

T 0 3 2 0 1 4 3 1 1 2 3 0

Rutgers Connecticut * West Virginia St. John’s Georgetown Syracuse Seton Hall Notre Dame Providence Boston College Pittsburgh Villanova

W 8 9 8 6 6 6 5 4 5 2 1 0

L 1 2 2 2 4 5 5 5 6 9 8 11

T 2 0 1 3 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 0

PTS 18 18 17 15 13 12 11 10 10 4 4 0

W 11 13 13 11 9 9 9 8 8 6 6 2

L 4 4 4 4 8 8 7 8 8 9 9 14

T 3 0 1 3 1 0 1 3 1 2 3 0

Connecticut St. John’s Boston College * Pittsburgh Seton Hall Georgetwon Rutgers Syracuse Notre Dame Providence Villanova West Virginia

W 8 8 7 7 6 5 5 4 4 3 2 1

L 1 2 3 4 5 5 5 5 7 7 7 9

T 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 2 1

PTS 18 17 15 14 12 11 11 10 8 7 6 3

W 20 14 12 13 13 9 10 8 7 4 6 4

L 3 5 7 5 7 8 9 9 8 13 9 13

T 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 2 2 1 2 1

‘96 ‘97

‘98 ‘99

‘00

All-Time BIG EAST Standings 1985-2010

St. John’s Connecticut Notre Dame * Rutgers Syracuse Georgetown Seton Hall Boston College Providence Villanova West Virginia Pittsburgh St. John’s Georgetown Rutgers * Seton Hall Notre Dame Villanova Connecticut Boston College Pittsburgh Syracuse West Virginia Providence Connecticut St. John’s * Rutgers Georgetown Providence Seton Hall Notre Dame West Virginia Syracuse Boston College Pittsburgh Villanova

Connecticut Notre Dame St. John’s * Rutgers Seton Hall Boston College Georgetown Virginia Tech Syracuse Villanova Pittsburgh West Virginia Providence *Boston College St. John’s Connecticut Notre Dame Georgetown Rutgers Seton Hall Providence Virginia Tech Syracuse Pittsburgh Villanova West Virginia St. John’s Virginia Tech Notre Dame * Rutgers Seton Hall Connecticut Providence Villanova Boston College Pittsburgh Georgetown Syracuse West Virginia

W 9 7 6 6 6 6 6 4 4 3 2 1 0

L 1 3 1 3 3 4 4 4 5 7 6 9 10

T 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0

PTS 27 21 21 19 19 18 18 14 13 9 8 3 0

W 15 12 17 15 12 10 9 11 7 5 6 5 1

L 5 7 3 7 7 8 9 6 8 12 8 11 14

T 2 0 3 3 2 0 1 2 1 0 3 0 2

W 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 3 2 2 1

L 2 1 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 6 7 8 8

T 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1

PTS 24 23 21 19 16 16 15 15 15 10 7 6 4

W 18 13 17 12 8 8 9 7 10 8 8 5 4

L 5 3 6 6 9 8 8 11 7 8 9 13 11

T 0 5 0 3 1 3 3 0 1 2 1 0 2

W 8 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 1 1

L 2 3 3 2 2 3 5 6 5 6 7 5 6

T 0 0 1 3 3 2 1 0 2 1 0 4 3

PTS 24 21 19 18 18 17 13 12 11 10 9 7 6

W 17 14 16 11 9 9 6 10 6 6 8 4 5

L 6 5 3 7 6 8 10 8 7 11 9 8 10

T 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 1 4 1 2 5 3

PTS 25 21 19 17 16 16 16 15 10 9 9 0

W 13 10 12 7 11 10 12 11 6 5 6 0

L 2 5 4 5 7 7 6 6 8 12 8 16

T 3 4 2 6 2 2 1 2 3 0 4 0

‘01

‘02 ‘03

*-BIG EAST Tournament Champions Notre Dame St. John’s Boston College Villanova Goergetown Connecticut* West Virginia Seton Hall Pittsburgh Syracuse Rutgers Providence

W 8 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 2 0

L 1 1 3 3 4 4 4 5 6 7 5 10

T 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 0

‘04

*-BIG EAST Tournament Champions

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All-Time BIG EAST Standings W 7 6 6 6 6 3 2 1

L 3 3 4 4 5 3 9 8

T 1 2 1 1 0 4 0 1

PTS 22 20 19 19 18 13 6 4

W 16 13 14 12 10 7 3 5

L 3 4 7 8 9 4 12 11

T 2 3 2 3 1 9 1 1

Blue Division Notre Dame Connecticut Georgetown Providence West Virginia Pittsburgh Seton Hall Marquette

W 7 6 5 5 3 3 2 1

L 2 3 3 5 4 6 5 8

T 2 2 3 1 4 2 4 2

PTS 23 20 18 16 13 11 10 5

W 12 11 11 9 5 7 6 3

L 7 5 5 7 9 8 8 10

T 2 6 3 3 5 3 4 4

Red Division USF St. John’s Cincinnati Villanova Rutgers Syracuse Louisville DePaul

W 9 6 6 6 5 3 2 2

L 2 2 3 4 4 7 7 8

T 0 3 2 1 2 1 2 1

PTS 27 21 20 19 17 10 8 7

W 13 11 10 7 8 7 5 4

L 6 6 7 7 8 8 11 11

T 2 5 2 4 3 4 2 2

Red Division St. John’s USF * DePaul Louisville Villanova Cincinnati Syracuse Rutgers

W 8 7 5 5 4 4 4 3

L 1 3 4 5 5 6 6 6

T 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 2

PTS 26 22 17 16 14 13 13 11

W 19 15 9 11 7 7 8 6

L 3 5 7 8 10 10 6 9

T 3 3 4 2 2 2 3 3

‘05

*-BIG EAST Tournament Champions Blue Division West Virginia Connecticut Notre Dame Providence Seton Hall Pittsburgh Georgetown Marquette

W 9 8 8 7 7 4 3 0

L 0 2 3 4 4 5 8 11

T 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

PTS 28 25 24 21 21 13 9 0

W 15 10 15 13 9 5 6 1

L 3 7 6 7 8 11 11 15

T 3 2 2 0 1 2 0 1

Red Division Cincinnati Rutgers St. John’s* 5 USF Louisville DePaul Syracuse Villanova

W 7 6 4 4 4 4 2 2

L 3 4 2 3 5 7 8 9

T 1 1 17 4 2 0 1 0

PTS 22 19 14 16 14 12 7 6

W 11 10 6 9 5 5 7 6

L 6 6 2 6 10 12 8 10

T 2 3

‘06

4 3 2 1 1

*-BIG EAST Tournament Champions Blue Division Notre Dame Connecticut * West Virginia Providence Georgetown Seton Hall Pittsburgh Marquette

W 7 8 7 5 5 3 1 1

L 0 2 3 4 5 8 9 9

T 4 1 1 2 1 0 1 1

PTS 25 25 22 17 16 9 4 4

W 14 20 14 9 7 7 3 2

L 5 3 6 8 11 11 13 12

T 5 1 2 2 1 1 2 4

Red Division DePaul Louisville St. John’s USF Villanova Cincinnati Rutgers Syracuse

W 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 3

L 4 3 3 4 5 5 7 8

T 0 2 2 1 1 1 0 0

PTS 21 20 20 19 16 16 12 9

W 12 11 9 14 10 9 7 6

L 8 7 7 6 9 10 11 8

T 0 4 5 2 1 1 1 4

‘07

*-BIG EAST Tournament Champions

All-Time BIG EAST Standings 1985-2010

Blue Division Connecticut* Seton Hall West Virginia Notre Dame Georgetown Providence Pittsburgh Marquette

‘08

*-BIG EAST Tournament Champions Blue Division Connecticut Notre Dame West Virginia Georgetown Providence Marquette Seton Hall Pittsburgh

W 8 8 6 6 5 3 1 1

L 2 3 3 5 4 5 7 9

T 1 0 2 0 2 3 3 1

PTS 25 24 13 18 17 12 6 4

W 11 11 7 9 10 4 4 2

L 4 8 5 8 7 11 10 13

T 4 4 6 2 3 3 3 2

Red Division Louisville St. John’s * USF Villanova DePaul Rutgers Cincinnati Syracuse

W 8 6 6 5 5 5 3 2

L 2 1 3 5 6 6 8 9

T 1 4 2 1 0 0 0 0

PTS 25 22 20 16 15 15 9 6

W 13 9 14 9 8 9 8 3

L 3 3 4 8 9 10 10 15

T 4 9 3 2 3 0 0 0

‘09

*-BIG EAST Tournament Champions Blue Division Georgetown Notre Dame Connecticut West Virginia Providence Marquette Pittsburgh Seton Hall

W 7 6 5 5 4 3 1 1

L 2 2 1 4 4 4 6 8

T 0 1 3 0 1 2 2 0

PTS 21 19 18 15 13 11 5 3

W 12 10 12 11 13 7 6 3

L 6 6 2 8 6 8 9 13

T 2 4 6 2 3 4 2 1

Red Division Louisville * Cincinnati St. John’s USF Villanova DePaul Syracuse Rutgers

W 9 5 4 4 4 1 0 1

L 0 1 3 3 3 5 6 8

T 0 3 2 2 2 3 3 0

PTS 27 18 14 14 14 6 3 3

W 20 7 10 9 8 4 2 4

L 1 5 6 7 8 10 10 11

T 3 7 2 4 3 5 5 1

‘10

*-BIG EAST Tournament Champions

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All-Time Friar Greats Bill Doyle guided the Friars to a 207-155-35 mark in 27 seasons (1968-94) as the head coach (second longest tenure of any head coach ever at PC). He led the Friars to the NCAA Tournament in 1983. His Friars earned the Sampson Trophy in 1983 and 1984 as the top team in the Eastern Region. In 1983, he was named BIG EAST Coach of the Year and he was one of eight finalists for 1984 National Coach of the Year. In 1984, his Friar squad was ranked eighth nationally and first in New England. Martin Hayes ‘85 was the first Friar to receive All-America accolades. He earned Second Team All-America honors in 1983 and Third Team All-America honors in 1984. Hayes also was an All-New England selection as a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior. He scored 16 goals and added 16 assists (48 points) in four seasons as a midfielder for PC.

John Farren ‘86 holds all of the Providence scoring records. He was the 1982 BIG EAST Rookie of the Year and the scoring leader in New England as a freshman with 43 points (17 goals, nine assists). Farren was an All-New England selection as a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior. He ranks first at PC in goals (62), assists (30) and points (154). Farren also holds the PC single-season goals record (17) and points record (43). Seamus Purcell ‘ 89 was the top defender to ever play for the Friars. He was a 1987 First Team All-America selection (PC’s first First Team All-America selection in soccer), a 1988 Third Team All-America selection and a 1988 First Team AllNew England. Purcell registered 21 points (eight goals, five assists) in four seasons at Providence. He was inducted into the Providence College Hall of Fame on February 16, 2008 and is the first ever soccer player to be inducted into the PC Hall of Fame. John Martin ‘91 ranks fifth all-time at Providence in goals with 21 and sixth all-time in points with 56. His senior season, he earned All-BIG EAST honors as a forward. In four seasons with the Friars, the native of Toms River, N.J. registered 21 goals and 14 assists.

Dwaine Shanley ‘91 was the first Friar ever to earn All-BIG EAST honors. In 1990, Shanley earned conference honors as a defender. He also earned Second Team All-New England accolades his senior season. Shanley, who recorded 31 points in his career as a defender, ranks fifth on PC’s all-time assist list with 17. His senior year, the native of Dublin, Ireland earned PC’s prestigious Mal Brown Award.

Chaka Daley ‘96 has filled every role in Friar soccer. He played for the team from 1992-96 and recorded nine goals and six assists in 69 games. After graduation, he served as an assistant coach for PC for four seasons before becoming the head coach in 2000. In 2005, Daley was named NSCAA Division I New England Coach of the Year after leading PC to a 7-4-9 mark and to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament. He has led the Friars to four NCAA Tournament berths in the last six years, including three consecutive trips, a feat that had never been accomplished. He had an extensive professional career and is the only Friar ever to play in the MLS, as he spent the 1999 season with the New England Revolution.

Kevin Jones ‘00 ranks fifth all-time at PC in points (59), tied for fourth all-time in goals (21) and tied for fifth all-time in assists (17). He was named Second Team All-BIG EAST in 1999 and 2000 was named to the All-Rookie Team in 1996. In 1999, Jones received First Team All-New England accolades and was named PC Male Athlete of the Year.

Kempes Corbally ‘02 was a two-time All-BIG EAST selection and a BIG EAST All-Rookie Team member. In 1999 and 2001, he earned Second Team All-BIG EAST honors as a defender. A native of Dublin, Ireland, Corbally recorded seven goals and two assists in 70 career games with the Friars. He earned the College’s Mal Brown Award his senior year.

Eoin Lynch ‘06 helped lead the 2005 Friars to one of the greatest seasons ever. He scored the winning goal in overtime to give PC a 1-0 win over Hofstra in the First Round of the 2005 NCAA Tourney. It was the Friars’ first NCAA win ever. He finished his career ranked second all-time at PC in goals (27) and third in points (61). He led the Friars in scoring in each of his four seasons. As a senior, he earned All-New England accolades and All-BIG EAST honorable mention honors. Chris Konopka ‘07 is one of the top goalkeepers in Friar history. He ranks third all-time at Providence with 49 career games played. In 2006, he was named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team and became the second goalkeeper in PC history to earn conference accolades. In 2005, Konopka played 2020:38 and set a PC record for most minutes played in one season. He finished with 12 career shutouts.

Ryan Maduro ‘09 is one of the top players to ever play at Providence. He helped lead the Friars to three consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. After his sophomore season in 2006, Maduro was named to the NSCAA All-America First Team and became just the second Friar ever to earn first team honors. He also became the first Friar to earn All-BIG EAST First Team accolades (2006 and 2007). In all, he earned four All-BIG EAST honors. He also was named PC Male Athlete of the Year in 2007. He ranks tied for third all-time at PC with 22 career assists and ninth with 50 career points. Tim Murray ‘09 also emerged as one of the top goalkeepers to ever play at Providence College. Murray, who holds the Providence College record for most career shutouts (27), completed his final season at PC in 2009. Murray played in 60 career games at Providence, including 19 in each of his last three seasons. In 2008, he helped the Friars record a 9-7-3 mark as he posted a 0.86 goals against average and notched a career-high 10 shutouts. In 2009, Murray finished with nine shutouts and posted a 0.90 goals against average as Providence reached the BIG EAST semifinals for the second time in four years. Murray also helped the Friars reach the NCAA Tournament in 2007 and 2006. Matt Marcin ‘11 completed his career at Providence tied for fifth all-time with 22 goals and seventh with 53 points. In 2010, Marcin led the Friars to one of their best seasons ever as he tallied a team-high 10 goals. The Friars finished with a 13-6-3 overall record and advanced to the BIG EAST Championship final. PC then earned an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament and defeated Saint Peter’s, 6-2, to advance to the second round for the second time ever. Marcin was named to the NSCAA All-Northeast Region First Team, the All-BIG EAST First Team and earned BIG EAST All-Tournament Team honors.

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Year-By-Year Results 1968 (6-3-0) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 3 at Bryant 2 at Stonehill 1 at Brandeis 0 at Clark 2 at Barrington 2 at Merrimack 3 at Sacred Heart 2 at RI College 1 RHODE ISLAND 16

OPP 1 0 371 1 0 1 216

1969 (3-5-1) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 2 STONEHILL 3 at Bryant 0 at Clark 3 at Coast Guard 1 BRANDEIS 1 BARRINGTON 3 SACRED HEART 2 RI College 1 RHODE ISLAND 16

OPP 0 1 75353 (OT) 1 429

1970 (11-1) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 2 COAST GUARD 6 BRYANT 3 ASSUMPTION 4 MERRIMACK 2 BARRINGTON 2 BRANDEIS 2 ST. ANSLEM’S 1 SACRED HEART 3 STONEHILL 2 RI COLLEGE 3 BOSTON COLLEGE 1 RHODE ISLAND 31

OPP 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 410

1971 (10-3) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 4 ROGER WILLIAMS 1 at Merrimack 2 RI COLLEGE 4 at Assumption 1 BRANDEIS 2 STONEHILL 2 at St. Anselm’s 3 SACRED HEART 2 at Bryant 2 HOLY CROSS 0 at Boston College 0 at Rhode Island 2 BARRINGTON 25

OPP 0 0 0 2 31 1 1 1 1 321 16

1972 (11-2) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 3 MERRIMACK 1 RI COLLEGE 10 ASSUMPTION 4 SACRED HEART 3 STONEHILL 4 ST. ANSELM’S

OPP 1 0 1 2 1 2

2 BRANDEIS 4 COAST GUARD 3 BOSTON COLLEGE 3 BRYANT 3 RHODE ISLAND 2 BARRINGTON 0 FORDHAM 42

1 2 2 0 71 121

1973 (6-2-3) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 1 MERRIMACK 1 at RI College 5 ASSUMPTION 1 RHODE ISLAND 3 at Holy Cross 7 STONEHILL 0 at Connecticut 4 BRYANT 2 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 COAST GUARD 3 BARRINGTON 27

OPP 0 41 1(OT) 1 0 81 2 0 0 18

1974 (3-8-1) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 7 MERRIMACK 1 RI COLLEGE 0 BROWN 1 ASSUMPTION 0 RHODE ISLAND 0 HOLY CROSS 1 BRYANT 1 ST. ANSELM’S 5 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 CONNECTICUT 1 BARRINGTON 1 BOSTON UNIV. 18

OPP 0 1 40 7223O 23226

1975 (7-4-0) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 2 MERRIMACK 1 RHODE ISLAND 1 HOLY CROSS 4 BRYANT 2 BOSTON UNIV. 4 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 ASSUMPTION 4 BENTLEY 0 CONNECTICUT 5 BARRINGTON 2 STONEHILL 25

OPP 0 320 1 3 22 1 0 1 15

1976 (10-6-0) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 4 MERRIMACK 3 RI COLLEGE 7 ASSUMPTION 2 RHODE ISLAND 4 HOLY CROSS 1 BOSTON UNIV. 4 BRYANT 1 ST. ANSELM 2 BOSTON COLLEGE 3 BENTLEY

OPP 0 0 0 30 20 0 (2OT) 0 2

0 STONEHILL 1 BARRINGTON 1 BRANDEIS 1 CONNECTICUT 1 LONG ISLAND 1 Oneonta (N.Y.)* 36 *ECAC Tournament

10 (2OT) 2250 17

1977 (5-9-1) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 9 at Merrimack 1 RHODE ISLAND 3 at Holy Cross 1 BOSTON UNIV. 1 at Bryant 3 at Boston College 1 at Assumption 3 STONEHILL 0 BENTLEY 0 at Connecticut 2 BARRINGTON 2 ST. ANSELM’S 1 RI COLLEGE 0 at Massachusetts 27

OPP 1 33 (OT) 320 21 1130 2222

1978 (8-4-1) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 6 MERRIMACK 1 at RI College 6 ASSUMPTION 0 at Rhode Island 4 HOLY CROSS 4 BRYANT 1 at Brandeis 1 MASSACHUSETTS 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 at Bentley 2 at American Int. 2 at Barrington 3 at Stonehill 30

OPP 0 0 2 30 1 5310(OT) 0 1 2 18

1979 (6-6-0) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 5 at Merrimack 3 RI COLLEGE 2 RHODE ISLAND 1 at Holy Cross 1 YALE 0 at Massachusetts 2 at Boston College 3 BENTLEY 1 at Brown 3 AMERICAN INT. o at Bryant 2 CONNECTICUT 23

OPP 1 0 30 410 2 41 2725

1980 (7-5-3) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 4 BARRINGTON 0 at RI College 6 at Stonehill 2 at Rhode Island 4 NEW HAMPSHIRE

OPP 0 0 (OT) 0 3 (OT) 0

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0 HOLY CROSS 0 at Yale 3 BRYANT 0 at Brandeis 3 MASSACHUSETTS 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 at Bentley 1 at Boston University 4 SE MASS. 2 at American Int. 29

1 (OT) 52 (OT) 11 0 (OT) 0 (OT) 20 1 16

1981 (9-5-2) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 4 at Barrington 4 FAIRFIELD 0 RHODE ISLAND 1 at New Hampshire 2 YALE 0 BRANDEIS 1 at Massachusetts 1 at Boston College 2 at Assumption 2 BENTLEY 3 at Bryant 0 BOSTON UNIV. 7 STONEHILL 0 at Brown 0 at Holy Cross 1 SOUTHERN CONN. 28

OPP 1 2 10 1 30 30 0 1 0 (OT) 0 651 (OT) 24

1982 (8-7-2) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 11 BARRINGTON 4 at Fairfield 1 at Rhode Island 1 at Yale 3 NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 at Southern Conn. 7 HOLY CROSS 1 MASSACHUSETTS 0 at Boston College 6 ASSUMPTION 0 at Bentley 0 BOSTON UNIV. 5 BRYANT 8 SETON HALL 2 at Stonehill 2 BROWN 2 CONNECTICUT 53

OPP 0 1 22 (OT) 2 41 0 10 0 (OT) 20 0 2 (OT) 3 (OT) 3 (OT) 23

1983 (13-3-2) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 7 at Barrington 4 FAIRFIELD 0 RHODE ISLAND 3 at New Hampshire 6 MAINE 7 at Seton Hall 1 at UMass 0 at Boston College 7 at Assumption 5 QUINNIPIAC 1 BOSTON UNIV. 2 BENTLEY

OPP 0 0 12 1 1 0 0 (OT) 0 0 0 0

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Year-By-Year Results 4 STONEHILL 3 at Brown 4 at Holy Cross 3 Syracuse* 0 Connecticut# 60 *BIG EAST Tournament; #NCAA Tournament 1984 (14-2-2) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC 6 at Fairfield 1 at Rhode Island 3 IONA 2 MANHATTAN 1 MASSACHUSETTS 4 SYRACUSE 7 SETON HALL 4 HOLY CROSS 3 BOSTON COLLEGE 3 at Stonehill 3 at Northeatern 1 at Conneticut 0 at Boston University 1 NEW HAMPSHIRE 2 MAINE 3 BROWN 2 at Villanova 0 at Connecticut* 46 *BIG EAST Tournament

0 3 (OT) 1 4215

OPP 0 0 0 0 22 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 (OT) 0 0 3 (OT) 0 112

1985 (8-7-1/0-3-0) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC OPP 0 at Syracuse 12 IONA 0 1 RHODE ISLAND 32 at Holy Cross 1 1 at Massachusetts 21 at Loyola* 23 vs Yale* 1 2 at New Hampshire 1 5 at Hartford 1 0 at Boston College 14 STONEHILL 0 7 NORTHEASTERN 2 0 CONNECTICUT 21 at Brown 1 (OT) 0 BOSTON UNIV. 48 FAIRFIELD 0 37 22 *Loyola Invitational 1986 (9-8-0/1-2-0) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC OPP 7 at Utica 1 3 at Iona 0 3 at Rhode Island 2 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE 1 (OT) 0 at Yale 12 SYRACUSE 1 (OT) 4 HOLY CROSS 1 1 at Boston University 61 HARTFORD 0 0 DARTMOUTH 21 BOSTON COLLEGE 2 (OT) 0 at Connecticut 3-

1 BROWN 0 MASSACHUSETTS 1 at Fairfield 1 at Central Conn. 5 at Northeastern 32

210 2 (OT) 1 26

1987 (9-7-1/1-2-0) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC OPP 3 FAIRFIELD 0 1 RHODE ISLAND 21 at New Hampshire 31 CENTRAL CONN. 0 2 at Syracuse 1 2 at Holy Cross 2 (OT) 6 NORTHEASTERN 0 1 at Hartford 0 0 at Dartmouth 23 IONA 0 1 at Boston College 2(OT)1 CONNECTICUT 32 BOSTON UNIV. 1 (OT) 1 at Massachusetts 21 ST. JOHN’S 0 5 at Brown 0 0 Seton Hall* 131 19 *BIG EAST Tournament 1988 (8-8-1/1-2-0) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC OPP 4 at Fairfield 1 2 at Rhode Island 2 (OT) 5 NEW HAMPSHIRE 2 1 YALE 22 SYRACUSE 0 4 HOLY CROSS 0 2 at Northeastern 0 2 HARTFORD 32 at Iona 0 0 at Central Conn. 20 BOSTON COLLEGE 20 at Connecticut 22 at Boston University 42 MASSACHUSETTS 1 2 at St. John’s 0 1 BROWN 231 24 1989 (5-8-3/0-2-1) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC OPP 2 RHODE ISLAND 31 at New Hampshire 1 (OT) 4 MERRIMACK 2 4 at Brown 2 0 at Syracuse 51 at Holy Cross 1 (OT) 0 at Yale 22 FAIRFIELD 0 0 at Dartmouth 12 IONA 0 1 CONNECTICUT 1 (OT) 2 NORTHEASTERN 1 1 at Boston College 20 BOSTON UNIV. 20 at Massachusetts 20 ST. JOHN’S 220 26

1990 (8-5-2/2-4-2) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC OPP 0 at Rhode Island 12 NEW HAMPSHIRE 0 (OT) 1 BROWN 0 1 at Seton Hall 21 at Fairfield 0 (OT) 2 at Iona 0 3 HOLY CROSS 0 2 at Northeastern 0 1 at Connecticut 1 (OT) 2 SYRACUSE 1 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 (OT) 3 PITTSBURGH 2 3 GEORGETOWN 4 (OT) 0 at St. John’s 11 at Villanova 322 15 1991 (6-8-2/2-5-1) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC OPP 1 Merrimack* 1 (OT) 3 Iona* 0 1 FAIRFIELD 0 2 at Georgetown 0 5 NORTHEASTERN 2 0 ST. JOHN’S 20 SETON HALL 20 at Syracuse 23 at Holy Cross 2 (OT) 0 at New Hampshire 41 CONNECTICUT 22 at Pittsburgh 0 2 at Brown 32 at Boston College 2 (OT) 1 VILLANOVA 30 MASSACHUSETTS 123 27 *New Hampshire Invitational 1992 (6-7-4/2-5-1) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC OPP 3 IONA 1 1 at Fairfield 1 (OT) 1 PITTSBURGH 30 at Northeastern 13 HOLY CROSS 0 1 GEORGETOWN 0 2 at Massachusetts 1 0 SYRACUSE 10 RHODE ISLAND 0 (OT) 1 at Dartmouth 1 (OT) 0 at Connecticut 51 at St. John’s 22 BOSTON COLLEGE 1 2 at Seton Hall 2 (OT) 1 NEW HAMPSHIRE 22 at Villanova 42 BROWN 1 22 26 1993 (7-10-1/0-7-1) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC OPP 5 Iona* 0 2 at Fordham* 0 3 FAIRFIELD 1 3 MASSACHUSETTS 0

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1 at New Hampshire 1 DARTMOUTH 1 at Boston College 1 at Pittsburgh 0 at Syracuse 2 at Rhode Island 0 at Georgetown 2 CONNECTICUT 1 VILLANOVA 0 at Holy Cross 0 ST. JOHN’S 4 NORTHEASTERN 1 SETON HALL 2 at Brown 29 *at New York Tech

542211 (OT) 332123 1 (OT) 1 32

1994 (4-12-1/0-7-1) • Coach: Bill Doyle PC OPP 2 at Fairfield 0 0 Hartwick* 34 Oneota State* 1 1 at St. John’s 30 SYRACUSE 21 at Yale 0 3 PITTSBURGH 4 (OT) 1 GEORGETOWN 23 IONA 0 0 at Massachusetts 31 at Seton Hall 50 at Connecticut 61 at Villanova 1 (OT) 1 at Dartmouth 52 HOLY CROSS 3 (OT) 4 RHODE ISLAND 5 (OT) 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 124 44 *Mayor’s Cup XIX (Oneonta, NY) 1995 (2-16-0/1-10-0) • Coach: Brian Ainscough PC OPP 0 FAIRFIELD 22 at West Virginia 33 BROWN 4 (OT) 0 PITTSBURGH 31 ST. JOHN’S 34 YALE 1 0 RUTGERS 40 CONNECTICUT 20 at Villanova 21 at Holy Cross 20 at Notre Dame 10 at Rhode Island 20 at Georgetown 40 SYRACUSE 11 at Dartmouth 20 at Boston College 33 SETON HALL 2 2 at Harvard 317 44

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Year-By-Year Results 1996 (6-8-4/2-5-4) • Coach: Brian Ainscough PC OPP 0 NOTRE DAME 12 at Fairfield 0 2 at Pittsburgh 2 (OT) 1 RHODE ISLAND 0 1 at Brown 22 RUTGERS 2 (OT) 2 VILLANOVA 0 2 at Yale 1 (OT) 1 at Seton Hall 61 HOLY CROSS 0 (OT) 2 WEST VIRGINIA 1 3 GEORGETOWN 3 (OT) 0 at St. John’s 40 at Syracuse 13 BOSTON COLLEGE 3 (OT) 2 DARTMOUTH 30 at Connecticut 10 at Harvard 324 33 1997 (3-15-0/1-10-0) • Coach: Brian Ainscough PC OPP 0 at Boston College 20 at Notre Dame 32 CONNECTICUT 1 (OT) 1 PITTSBURGH 41 Yale 33 FAIRFIELD 1 1 HARVARD 21 SYRACUSE 51 St. JOHN’S 42 at Rhode Island 1 1 at West Virginia 23 BROWN 40 at Holy Cross 11 SETON HALL 50 at Villanova 11 at Rutgers 33 at Georgetown 41 at Dartmouth 322 49 1998 (9-9-1/6-4-1) • Coach: Brian Ainscough PC OPP 0 at Connecticut 30 vs. Vermont % 11 vs. New Hampshire% 20 at Fairfield 10 at St. John’s 81 at Syracuse 0 (OT) 2 HARVARD 1 2 at Pittsburgh 0 4 RHODE ISLAND 0 0 WEST VIRGINIA 21 at Brown 21 RUTGERS 24 VILLANOVA 2 2 NOTRE DAME 1 2 GEORGETOWN 1 2 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 0 at Seton Hall 0 (OT) 3 DARTMOUTH 1 0 at Georgetown * 1 (2OT)25 28 % @ UNH Tournament; * BIG EAST Quarterfinals

1999 (8-8-1/5-6-0) • Coach: Brian Ainscough PC OPP 3 at Boston College 1 1 FAIRFIELD 1 (OT) 3 at Harvard 2 (OT) 1 Rutgers 34 at Villanova 1 1 at Rhode Island 40 at West Virginia 21 CONNECTICUT 31 PITTSBURGH 0 1 BROWN 20 at Notre Dame 42 SYRACUSE 31 ST. JOHN’S 23 at Georgetown 1 4 QUINNIPIAC 1 1 SETON HALL 0 3 at Dartmouth 2 30 32 2000 (4-13-1/3-7-1) • Coach: Chaka Daley PC OPP 1 vs. Maine* 20 vs. URI* 12 at Fairfield 32 WEST VIRGINIA 1 (OT) 0 BOSTON COLLEGE 31 at Pittsburgh 2 (OT) 2 VILLANOVA 2 (OT) 0 RUTGERS 32 GEORGETOWN 1 1 CONNECTICUT 43 NOTRE DAME 1 2 at Brown 30 at Seton Hall 50 at Syracuse 20 at St. John’s 24 QUINNIPIAC 2 0 at Virginia 21 DARTMOUTH 221 41 * at URI Invitational 2001 (1-14-2/0-10-0) • Coach: Chaka Daley PC OPP 0 vs. Duquesne* 10 at St. Bonaventure 40 ST. JOHN’S 10 at Dartmouth 30 at Syracuse 52 at New Hampshire 2 (OT) 0 at Georgetown 10 HARVARD 31 BROWN 1 (OT) 1 at Villanova 32 at Boston College 32 PITTSBURGH 30 NOTRE DAME 20 at Rutgers 20 CONNECTICUT 13 at Quinnipiac 0 1 SETON HALL 513 41 * at St. Bonaventure, N.Y.

2002 (7-11-0/5-5-0) • Coach: Chaka Daley PC OPP 2 vs. Sacred Heart * 1 1 at Cent. Connecticut* 20 RUTGERS 31 GEORGETOWN 30 RHODE ISLAND 31 at Notre Dame 53 NEW HAMPSHIRE 4 (2OT)3 SYRACUSE 0 1 at Harvard 21 at Virginia Tech 0 1 at Connecticut 21 WEST VIRGINIA 0 0 at Brown 20 at Seton Hall 13 QUINNIPIAC 2 4 at Pittsburgh 2 2 VILLANOVA 0 0 at Boston College # 424 36 2003 (6-10-3/4-5-1) • Coach: Chaka Daley PC OPP 6 vs. Sacred Heart* 1 0 at Cent. Connecticut* 11 RUTGERS 42 RHODE ISLAND 1 1 vs. Florida Atlantic 30 at South Florida 1(OT)1 at West Virginia 0 1 Seton Hall 0 1 BOSTON COLLEGE 1 (OT) 3 at Georgetown 1 1 at St. John’s 32 at Brown 2 (OT) 1 PITTSBURGH 0 0 NOTRE DAME 20 at Villanova 10 VIRGINIA TECH 10 HARVARD 22 at Virginia Tech# 2 (OT) 0 vs. Notre Dame# 122 27 * @ CCSU Tournament # BIG EAST Tournament 2004 (0-16-0/0-10-0) • Coach: Chaka Daley PC OPP 0 at Bradley* 10 vs. Drake* 32 VILLANOVA 30 at Rhode Island 30 at Rutgers 10 at Boston College 20 at Seton Hall 31 CONNECTICUT 20 CENTRAL CONN. 10 GEORGETOWN 1 (2OT)2 BROWN 32 WEST VIRGINIA 3 (OT) 1 ST. JOHN”S 30 at Syracuse 10 at Harvard 30 at Pittsburgh 28 35 * at Bradley Classic

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Providence celebrates after capturing its first ever NCAA Tournament win, a 1-0 overtime decision at Hofstra on November 18, 2005.

2005 (7-4-9/3-3-4) • Coach: Chaka Daley PC OPP 4 Maine 0 1 at Rhode Island 1 2 SACRED HEART 0 1 at Yale 1 (2OT) 1 at Louisville 1 1 at Cincinnati 1 3 SYRACUSE 2 0 ST. JOHN’S 0 3 at Georgetown 2 2 at Connecticut 3 (OT) 2 SETON HALL 2 1 BROWN 1 1 NOTRE DAME 20 at West Virginia 11 at Pittsburgh 0 2 at Cincinnati# 0 2 at Seton Hall# 2 (2OT) 0 South Florida# 0 (2OT) 1 at Hofstra* 0 (OT) 0 at North Carolina* 2 27 21 # BIG EAST Tournament * NCAA Tournament 2006 (13-7-0/7-4-0) • Coach: Chaka Daley PC OPP 4 SACRED HEART 1 1 RHODE ISLAND 2 - 1 at Northeastern 0 3 VILLANOVA 1 2 RUTGERS 0 3 at Syracuse 2 0 at St. John’s 1 (OT) 1 at Marquette 0 3 at Holy Cross 2 4 GEORGETOWN 0 0 CONNECTICUT 12 PITTSBURGH 1 (OT) 2 BROWN 1 0 at Notre Dame 3-

Providence College

Year-By-Year Results 1 at Seton Hall 0 WEST VIRGINIA 2 LOUISVILLE # 2 at Cincinnati # 0 St. John’s # 0 at Hofstra * 31 # BIG EAST Tournament * NCAA Tournament

0 10 0 2220

2007 (9-8-2/5-4-2) • Coach: Chaka Daley PC OPP 2 SACRED HEART 1 (2OT) 0 at Rhode Island 2 - 1 NORTHEASTERN 0 1 HARVARD 21 HOLY CROSS 0 2 at DePaul 0 1 at USF 33 SYRACUSE 1 0 ST. JOHN’S 0 (2OT) 0 at Georgetown 20 at Connecticut 32 MARQUETTE 0 1 at Boston College 0 2 at Pittsburgh 0 3 SETON HALL 2 (OT) 2 NOTRE DAME 2 (2OT) 0 at West Virginia 30 CINCINNATI # 20 at Old Dominion * 121 24 # BIG EAST Tournament * NCAA Tournament 2008 (9-7-3/5-5-1) • Coach: Chaka Daley PC OPP 1 SACRED HEART 0 1 BOSTON COLLEGE 0 1 at Holy Cross 1 (2OT) 1 GEORGETOWN 0 0 at Northeastern 0 (2OT) 0 CINCINNATI 0 (2OT) 0 LOUISVILLE 10 at Syracuse 30 at St. John’s 12 at Seton Hall 3 - (OT) 1 CONNECTICUT 0 1 WEST VIRGINIA 0 2 BRYANT UNIVERSITY 0 1 at Notre Dame 32 at Marquette 0 1 at Harvard 33 PITTSBURGH 0 2 VILLANOVA # 1 0 at St. John’s # 1 (OT) 19 17 # BIG EAST Tournament 2009 (10-7-3/5-4-2) • Coach: Chaka Daley PC OPP 1 at Sacred Heart 0 (2OT) 1 HOLY CROSS 0 0 at Boston University 31 NORTHEASTERN 0 1 at Rutgers 2 (2OT) 0 at Villanova 11 SYRACUSE 0

0 ST. JOHN’S 3 at Pittsburgh 0 at Connecticut 0 NOTRE DAME 1 YALE 1 SETON HALL 1 HARVARD 1 MARQUETTE 1 at West Virginia 2 at Georgetown 2 at Villanova # 1 at Connecticut # 0 St. John’s # 18 # BIG EAST Tournament

0 (2OT) 0 31 (2OT) 1 (2OT) 1 (2OT) 20 0 (OT) 1 (OT) 1 0 (OT) 217

2010 (13-6-3/4-4-1) • Coach: Chaka Daley PC OPP 2 RHODE ISLAND ^ 1 0 at Brown ^ 0 (2OT) 0 at Michigan State 43 SACRED HEART 1 1 QUINNIPIAC 0 1 at Northeastern 0 1 LOUISVILLE 22 at Harvard 1 1 at Notre Dame 20 GEORGETOWN 10 CONNECTICUT 21 at DePaul 1 (2OT) 1 at Marquette 0 (2OT) 2 PITTSBURGH 0 2 at Seton Hall 1 1 WEST VIRGINIA 0 3 at Villanova # 0 2 at Georgetown # 1 2 Cincinnati # 1 1 Louisville # 1 (2OT) 6 SAINT PETER’S * 2 1 at Ohio State * 233 24 # BIG EAST Tournament * NCAA Tournament ^ Ocean State Soccer Classic

The 2010 Friars defeated St. Peter’s, 6-2, in the first ever NCAA Tournament game played on the Providence campus.

FRIARS VERSUS ALL OPPONENTS

First Last TEAM Meeting Meeting American Int. College 1978 1981 Assumption 1970 1983 Barrington 1968 1983 Bentley 1975 1983 Boston College 1970 2008 Boston University 1974 2009 Bradley 2004 2004 Brandeis 1968 1981 Brown 1974 2010 Bryant 1968 2008 Central Connecticut 1986 2004 Cincinnati 2005 2010 Clark 1968 1969 Coast Guard 1969 1973 Connecticut 1973 2010 Dartmouth 1986 2001 DePaul 2007 2007 Drake 2004 2004 Duquesne 2001 2001 Fairfield 1981 2000 Florida Atlantic 2003 2003 Fordham 1972 1993 Georgetown 1990 2010 Hartford 1985 1988 Hartwick 1994 1994 Harvard 1995 2010 Hofstra 2005 2006 Holy Cross 1971 2009 Iona 1984 1994 Louisville 2005 2010 Long Island 1976 1976 Loyola 1985 1985 Maine 1983 2005 Manhattan 1984 1984 Marquette 2006 2010 Massachusetts 1977 1994 Merrimack 1968 1991 Michigan State 2010 2010 New Hampshire 1980 2002 North Carolina 2005 2005 Northeastern 1984 2010 Notre Dame 1995 2009 Old Dominion 2007 2007 Oneonta (N.Y.) 1976 1994 Pittsburgh 1990 2010 Quinnipiac 1983 2010 Rhode Island 1968 2010 Rhode Island College 1968 1980 Roger Williams 1971 1971 Rutgers 1995 2009 Sacred Heart 1968 2010 St. Anselm 1970 1977 St. Bonaventure 2001 2001 St. John’s 1987 2009 St. Peter’s 2010 2010 Seton Hall 1982 2010 Stonehill 1968 1985 Southeastern Mass. 1980 1980 Southern Connecticut 1981 1982 South Florida 2003 2007 Syracuse 1983 2009 Utica 1986 1986 Vermont 1998 2003 Villanova 1984 2010 Virginia 2000 2000 Virginia Tech 2002 2003 West Virginia 1995 2010 Yale 1979 2009 TOTALS (43 seasons)

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W 3 10 12 5 13 3 0 1 6 12 1 3 0 2 5 2 1 0 0 15 0 1 11 3 0 3 1 18 11 1 0 0 3 1 5 7 12 0 9 0 13 2 0 2 12 6 9 8 1 1 12 5 0 2 1 9 13 1 0 0 11 1 0 9 0 1 7 5 295

L 0 2 3 1 17 10 1 7 14 3 5 1 2 1 30 11 0 1 1 3 1 1 11 1 1 10 1 8 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 10 0 1 7 1 1 13 1 0 8 0 26 2 0 10 0 1 1 19 0 11 1 0 1 2 15 0 1 10 1 1 8 7 297

T 0 0 0 3 7 2 0 0 7 0 0 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 6 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 64

Providence College

All-Time Roster Name Brian Abbate Juan Acevedo Jon Alva-Cavero Karl Anderson Kevin Anderson Brian Anselmo Jeff Anthony Wilder Arboleda Ricardo Arocha

A Years G-A-Pts 1994-97 0-1-1 1994-97 18-11-47 2001-02 0-2-2 1985-87 22-8-52 1974-75 1989-92 8-4-20 1978 0-0-0 2009- 5-3-13 2004-05 0-0-0

Hometown Guilford, Conn. Belmont, Mass. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Simsbury, Conn. Rutland, Mass. Massapequa, N.Y. Rocky Hill, Conn. Pawtucket, R.I. Fanwood, N.J.

Tom Babka Brett Bache Lou Bachetti Sean Bakhtiari Bill Baker Brian Baker Matt Baldwin Tony Barriera Jay Barry Greg Basillio Jeremiah Bass Manoel Batista Anthony Baumann Ray Bedard Greg Bennett Tim Bennett Robert Berardi John Bernard Richard Bianco John Blackburn Thomas Blesso Gerald Boisvert Michael Boss Bert Brenton Kevin Brouillard A.J. Brown Bobby Brown Justin Brown Patrick Buckley Ted Burbage Joe Burbige Alex Bury Andrew Bussmann Tim Button Henru Buzy Larry Byrne

B 1994-96 3-3-9 1999-01 0-1-1 1981 0-0-0 2006-09 0-1-1 1979-80 7-9-23 2002-05 0-0-0 1991-94 13-8-34 1987-89 4-6-14 1974 1990-91 0-0-0 1996 0-0-0 1968-69 2010- 0-1-1 1972,74-75 4-1-9 2000-04 1-4-6 1988-91 1-2-4 1982-83 2-1-5 1968-69 1973-75 4-0-8 1988 0-0-0 1998-01 10-10-30 1970-71 1978 0-0-0 1985 1-0-2 1974-77 2-6-10 2006-09 0-1-1 1995-98 3-6-12 1989 0-0-0 1982-84 0-4-4 1982 0-1-1 2000 0-0-0 2004-07 6-3-15 1997-01 11-7-29 1984-85 1971 1975 1-0-2

Berwyn, Ill. Cranston, R.I. Enfield, Conn. Hampstead, N.H. Barrington, R.I. Annapolis, Md. Conroe, Texas Norwood, Mass. Warren, R.I. Tewksbury, Mass. Racine, Wis. Cranston, R.I. Spring Hill, Fla. Ellington, Conn. Dublin, Ireland Omaha, Neb. Cheshire, Conn. Palmar, Mass. East Providence, R.I. Damascus, Md. Billerica, Mass. Lewiston, Mass. Springfield, Mass. Bethesda, Md. Killingly, Conn. Ft. Myers, Fla. Westtown, N.Y. Krikwood, Mo. New York, N.Y. Pearl River, N.J. Babylon, N.Y. Shrewsbury, Mass. Guilford, Conn. Rocky Hill, Conn. Iselin, N.J. Deep River, Conn.

Jeff Caiola Phil Caliendo Dennis Calvalho Jack Capetta Steve Carreira Louis Carreiro Blaine Carroll T.J. Casey Mike Cavallo David Chase Paul Chase James Chirico

C 1988-91 7-7-21 1984 0-0-0 1974 1974-76 1-0-2 1984 0-0-0 1971 1979-82 0-2-2 1997-00 0-0-0 1991 0-0-0 2003-04 0-4-4 1999 1-2-4 1978 0-0-0

Chapel Hill, N.C. Duxbury, Mass. Kearny, N.Y. Rocky Hill, Conn. Tiverton, R.I. Westport, Mass. Natick, Mass. Milford, Conn. Ludlow, Mass. Morris Plains, N.J. Weymouth, Mass. Fishkill, N.Y.

Name Bill Chisholm James Christian Nick Cianci Marc Cintron Sean Clark Denis Clarke Fritz Cleveland George Cleveland Derek Cobbe Kevin Coffey Mark Cohn Tony Conte Jason Cooley Kempes Corbally David Corcoran Russell Corner Gary Corrigan John Costigan Sean Coughlin Chris Coulis Greg Cox Jonathan Crawford Steve Crowe Tyler Cundy Connor Curran-Hays Don Cunningham Kevin Curry Tony Czar

Years G-A-Pts 1980-82 2-2-8 1989-92 0-2-2 2007-09 3-4-10 2009- 4-14-22 1990-93 2-4-8 1989 2-1-5 1986 1983-84 0-0-0 1999-00 2-4-8 1976-77 9-2-20 1972-75 0-1-1 1978-81 6-3-15 1991-93 0-0-0 1998-01 7-2-16 1988-90 0-1-1 1998-01 5-2-12 1995-98 1-0-2 1997-98 3-2-8 1983 0-0-0 1993-96 0-3-5 1992-93 0-0-0 1992-96 5-5-15 1976-79 1-1-3 2000 0-0-0 2003 0-0-0 1982-83 0-0-0 1968-69 1993-96 2-3-7

Hometown Short Hills, N.J. Agawam, Mass. W. Hartford, Conn. Piscataway, N.J. Greenlawn, N.Y. Dublin, Ireland Long Lake, N.Y. Long Lake, N.Y. Dublin, Ireland Northampton, Mass. Framingham, Mass. Enfield, Conn. Clifton, Va. Dublin, Ireland Deham, Mass. Abington, Mass. Salisbury, Md. Dublin, Ireland Newport, R.I. Toronto, Ontario Havertown, Pa. McClean, Va. Peterborough, N.H. Barrington, R.I. Camp Hill, Pa. Nyack, N.Y. Needham, Mass. Westfield, N.J.

Chaka Daley Michael Daly Ralph D’Andrea David Datilus Greg Davis James Davis Mark Davis John Dawson Pat Day Shawn Deehan Keith DellaRocco Dan Denault Mark Deresienski Dom Digilo Ryan Dillon Michael DiStefano Jeff Dobozy Matt Dolan Keith Donohue Keith Dorsey Mike Dorsey Alan Doyle Peter Drennan Tim Driscoll Evan Dufault Brad Dunn Brendan Dunnigan

D 1992-95 9-6-24 2007-10 0-0-0 1981-85 10-9-29 2007- 0-1-1 2010- 4-0-8 1968-69 1981-82 1-0-2 1985 1988 0-0-0 2001-04 0-0-0 1975-77 1-0-2 1973 0-1-1 1970 1973-75 1-0-2 1991 0-0-0 1994 0-0-0 1992 0-0-0 1988 0-0-0 1989-92 1-2-4 1997-99 4-2-10 1988-91 2-0-4 1976-79 13-18-44 1975-77 3-2-8 1983-85 0-1-1 2004 1-1-3 1999-00 0-0-0 1983

Toronto, Ontario Hicksville, N.Y. Pascoag, R.I. Linden, N.J. Jamaica, N.Y. Ridgewood, N.J. Mahawa, N.J. Boxford, Mass. Kingston, R.I. Salisbury, Md. Windsor, Conn. Chicopee, Mass. Narragansett, R.I. Hamden, Conn. Fort Polk, La. Succasunna, N.J. Delaware, Ohio New Prov., N.J. Middletown, N.J. Cranston, R.I. Franklin, Mass. North Kingstown, R.I. Pittsfield, Mass. Melville, N.Y. Sutton, Mass. Scituate, Mass. Westminster, Conn.

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Providence College

All-Time Roster Name Michael Eisenhut Mike Enright Ken Erdoes Brian Evans

Years 1996-99 1986 1989-90 1997-00

E

G-A-Pts 11-18-40 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-2

F

Hometown Hanover, Mass. Oakland, N.J. Marietta, Ga. N. Branford, Conn.

Daniel Fabian Irving Farrell Patrick Farrell Ryan Farrell Tim Farrell John Farren Pelino Ferzoco Brian Feschler Jeff Finan Tom Finocchio Blair Fish Brian Fleming Colin Fogarty Dave Freniere

2008- 3-7-13 1972-73 8-2-18 1973-76 2002-04 0-0-0 1980-82 10-9-29 1982-85 62-30-154 1973-75 9-3-21 1986 0-0-0 1978-79 0-0-0 1988 0-0-0 1991, 93 3-0-6 1979 2-0-4 1981 0-0-0 1981-84 6-7-19

Southbury, Conn. Pascoag, R.I. Dublin, Ireland Glastonbury, Conn. New City, N.Y. Toronto, Ontario Leominster, Mass. S. Windsor, Conn. Cumberland, R.I. Lynn, Mass. Wakefield, R.I. Waltham, Mass. N. Kingstown, R.I. Natick, Mass.

Brian Gaffey Eric Gardula Brian Gareau Chris Garrahan Dave Gendron Matthew Giardina Matthew Gilbride Tim Gilbride Mike Gilbride Matthew Gilbridge Jim Gothers Tim Gray Brian Grisell Chris Guay Guiseppe Guerriero

G 1980 0-0-0 1985 1-0-2 1992-95 3-5-11 1978-80 1-6-8 1989 0-0-0 1971 1980-83 3-1-7 1970-73 6-2-14 1978-79 1-0-2 1982 1985-88 8-2-18 1997-98 0-0-0 2010- 2-0-4 1988 0-0-0 2008- 2-1-5

Topsfield, Mass. Ruthland, Mass. Glastonbury, Conn. Greenville, R.I. Kingsport, Tenn. Pittsfield, Mass. New Haven, Conn. New Haven, Conn. New Haven, Conn. Greensboro, N.C. Wethersfield, Conn. Sherborn, Mass. Brookfield, Conn. Harrisville, R.I. Essex, Mass.

Rafael Haegney Scott Hankard Jim Harrigan Mike Harrington Ted Harrington Brian Harty Michael Hastings Kevin Haverty Larry Hayes Martin Hayes John Healy Hani Henein Derren Hermann Johan Hernandez James Hickey George Hodge Chris Hogan Thomas Holden, Jr. Chris Holterfoff Kyle Hutchins Brian Hynes

H 1996 0-0-0 2003-07 1-1-3 1976-79 4-3-11 1991-93 1-0-2 1984 0-0-0 1984-86 1-1-3 1968-69 1970-73 1-1-3 1984-85 13-13-39 1982-83 12-13-37 1982 0-0-0 1987-90 7-7-21 1985 2010 0-0-0 1971 2009- 0-1-1 1987 0-0-0 1970 1996-99 3-7-13 1976-79 1-4-6 1994-95 0-0-0

Holliston, Mass. Glastonbury, Conn. Bristol. Conn. Longsdale, Pa. Needham, Mass. Farmington, Conn. Leominster, Mass. Leominster, Mass. Dublin, Ireland Dublin, Ireland Sudbury, Mass. E.Brunswick, N.J. Bloomington, Ind. Scotch Plains, N.J. Rockport, Mass. Dartmouth, Mass. Foxboro, Mass. New Bedford, Mass. Wayne, N.J. Cumberland, R.I. Essex Junction, Vt.

I

Name Michael Iafrati Carlos Isidoro

Years 2005-05 1972

Keith Jecewiz Kevin Jones Brian Jones

2009- 1996-00 1992-95

Dave Kacerguis Justin Kahle Ryan Kanaczet Terry Keith Tim Kelley Joe Kidson John King Milan Kirby Pat Kocourek Mark Koczan Scott Kosier Keith Krostrewski Jeremy Krause Sam Krauter Dave Kreinsen Robert Kruse John Kuhlman

K 1970-72 2006-09 2-8-12 1993 1979-80 1-2-4 1986-87 1995 1-0-2 1987 0-1-1 1983 0-0-0 1986-88 24-15-63 1986-89 0-2-2 1988 0-1-1 1995-98 0-1-1 1996-98 0-4-4 2001 0-0-0 1976-79 0-4-4 1994-97 10-3-23 1984, 86 0-1-1

Bethlehem, Conn. Oceanport, N.J. North Scituate, R.I. Minneapolis, Minn. Granbury, Conn. Hingham, Mass. Manchester, Conn. Mendham, N.J. Edina, Minn. Bricktown, N.J. W.Springfield, Mass. Orchard Park, N.Y. Holliston, Mass. Indianapolis, Ind. Bohemia, N.Y. Forth Wayne, Ind. Chesterfield, Mo.

Eric LaBranche David Lapine Andy Latessa Juan Carlos Latuf Bill Lawrence Piter Leal Kyle LeDuc Kevin Legare Mark Leskanic Mike Lindgren Steve Logan Peter Lomenzo, Jr. William Lubin Brendan Lynch Dave Lynch Eoin Lynch John Lyons

L 1980-83 9-9-27 1984 0-0-0 1987 0-0-0 1984 0-0-0 1978-80 1-6-8 1991-92 2-1-5 2005-06 0-0-0 1978-80 1-0-2 1984-85 1-4-6 1975-78 3-2-8 1974-75 1968-69 1970-71 1982-85 14-11-39 1988 1-0-2 2002-05 27-7-61 1971

West Springfield, Mass. Danvers, Mass. Fairfax, Va. Santiago, Chile Bourne, Mass. Westport, Mass. Topsham, Maine Warwick, R.I. Bloomfield, N.J. Thornwood, N.Y. Bay Shore, N.J. Wayne, Pa. Kensingston, Conn. Stoney Point, N.Y. Glastonbury, Conn. Yarmouth, Mass. Iselin, N.Y.

Ian MacKenzie Mike Madden Ryan Maduro Jim March Matt Marcin Chris Markgraf Andrew Martella Jason Martin John Martin Xavier Matesan Jon Mayhew Emilio Mazzola Tim McAward Jim McCartney

M 2002-03 0-0-0 1972 0-0-0 2004-08 12-16-50 1970-72 12-0-24 2007-10 22-9-53 1991-94 5-4-14 1968-69 1991-94 2-4-8 1987-91 21-14-56 1970-73 3-1-7 1982-83 2-0-4 1972-74 3-1-7 1978, 81 0-1-1 1976 3-0-6

Barrington, R.I. Scituate, Mass. Bristol, R.I. Bethlehem, Conn. Wilmington, Del. Cedarburh, Wis. East Northport, N.Y. Pawcatuck, Conn. Toms River, N.J. Tauton, Mass. Madison, Conn. Newton, Mass. Garden City, N.Y. S. Windsor, Conn.

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J

G-A-Pts 0-0-0 1-0-2

Hometown Warwick, R.I. Warren, R.I.

1-2-4 21-17-59 2-5-9

Smithtown, N.Y. Westford, Mass. Andover, Mass.

Providence College

All-Time Roster Name Toussaint McClure Andrew McConville Peter McConville Kevin McCormick Geoff McCoy Sean McDermott Andy McDonald Bill McGarry Sean McGroarty Jim McInnis Brendan McKeague Nathan Mckeever Francis McNeice Jonathan Medcalf Christian Meyer Paul Mihich Bryan Minogue Tom Moran Mike Moretti Robert Morgan Dan Moriarty Kevin Mullen Mike Mulligan Kevin Mullins Mark Mullins Brian Murphy Greg Murphy John Murphy

Years G-A-Pts 06-07, 09-10 0-3-3 1996-99 12-12-36 1987 0-0-0 1968-71 1989-90 1-0-2 1990-93 6-1-13 1994-95 1-1-3 1990 0-0-0 1989-92 3-1-7 1978 2-0-4 2006 0-0-0 2007-08 0-0-0 1968-69 2006-07 12-2-26 1992-95 3-0-6 2003 1-0-2 2007-10 1-0-2 1999-01 0-0-0 1979-82 8-6-24 1971-73 2-3-7 1989 0-0-0 1972-73 0-1-1 1976 0-0-0 1975 1-0-2 1981-84 3-11-17 1979-83 6-8-20 1974 1977-79 10-7-27

Hometown Atlanta, Ga. Madison, Conn. South Orange, N.J. Endwell, N.Y. Shelton, Conn. Glenmont, N.Y. Holiston, Mass. Ridgefield, Conn, Media, Ohio Woonsocket, R.I. Alexandria, Va. Lilburn, Ga. Braintree, Ma. Tulsa, Okla. Huntington, N.Y. Roswell, Ga. Miller Place, N.Y. West Springfield, Mass. Hamden, Conn. Pittsfield, Mass. Monson, Mass. Mowsy, N.Y. Bohemia, N.Y. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Chemlsford, Mass. Manhasset, N.Y. East Northport, N.Y.

Michael Narciso Erik Nelson Kevin Neumen Robert Nicholas Chris Noble Derek Nobrega John Nunes

N 2005-08 3-3-9 1987 0-0-0 2005-09 4-2-10 1968-69 1986 1-0-2 2002-05 8-5-21 1984 0-0-0

Livingston, N.J. St. Paul, Minn. Miller Place, N.Y. Barrington, R.I. Montclair, N.J. Cumberland, R.I. Bristol, R.I.

Greg O’Brien Joseph O’Connell Matt O’Donnell Gerard O’Riordan Shawn O’Sullivan Matt O’Toole Matt Otte

O 1979-80 1993-96 3-3-9 2004-06 1-0-2 1990-91 0-0-0 1972 1-0-2 1997-00 3-4-10 2004-07 2-1-5

Hamden, Conn. Landing, N.J. Armonk, N.Y. Woodside, N.Y. Wallingford, Conn. Norwell, Mass. East Lyme, Conn.

Rich Pace Kyle Pacheco Dean Palozej Bob Panzenhagen Greg Papaz Brian Parks Michael Pereira Matt Pesci Eric Peterson Anthony Petrarca Charles Pettygrove Joe Piro Michael Pizzaro Ronald Plaska

P 1984-87 9-9-27 2006 0-0-0 1975 2-0-4 1976-77 1-2-4 1973,75-76 4-0-8 1976-78 4-3-11 2007-10 1-3-5 2010- 0-0-0 1982-85 1-3-5 2002-05 3-8-14 1976-77 5-2-12 1981 2-0-4 1971 1968-69

Massapequa, N.Y. Smithfield, R.I. Ellington, Conn. Riveredge, N.J. Cumberland, R.I. Colts Neck, N.J. London, Ontario Towaco, N.J. Simsbury, Conn. Johnston, R.I. Southport, Conn. Chappaqua, N.Y. Newburgh, N.Y. Colonia, N.J.

Name Arthur Podgorski Dean Polozej Shane Powell Laird Prescott Seamus Purcell

Years 1981-84 1974,1976 2010- 1990-93 1985-88

Pat Quill Craig Quish

1989 1994

Jim Rabadan Mike Rafferty John Raley Kevin Reagan James Reardon Alex Redding Jonathan Rhode Jim Riccobono Mark Richards Daniel Riley, Jr. Scott Ritter Timothy Ritter Brendan Roche Peter Roman Jeffrey Romig Scott Rosenburg Michael Rucki Peter Russell Kenneth Ryan

R 1975-78 26-6-58 1974 2008- 0-4-4 1977 0-1-1 1968-70 2007-09 4-1-9 2000-04 3-6-12 1995-98 1-2-4 1985 1970 1992, 93 0-1-1 2005-06, 08-09 14-14-42 1995 0-0-0 1975-78 7-14-28 2006 0-0-0 1984, 85 2-1-5 1985-87 2-4-8 1988-91 8-12-28 1968-71

Emil Samman Roy Sandeman Dave Sarazan Issam Sawtarie Jeff Sawyer Jeffrey Schulz Paul Sciarra David Scorpio Jeff Scott Chip Scutari Dwaine Shanley Jim Sheil Peter Sheil Robert Silva Jay Skelton Mark Smaldrone Walter Smietana Bruce Smith Dane Smith Jeff Smith Michael Smith Mike Smith Mauricio Solano Andrew Sousa Steve Souza Mark Stefancci Andy Stephens Todd Stigliano Chris Stoker Carlos Suero Mike Suffeleto

S 1992-95 3-4-10 2008-09 0-0-0 1986 0-1-1 2006 0-1-1 2000-04 0-0-0 1968-69 1971 2010 0-0-0 1988-92 10-9-29 1988 0-0-0 1987-90 14-17-45 1973 1-0-2 1970,1973 1-1-3 1968-69 1978-81 20-4-44 1980 0-2-2 1968-69 1972 1-0-2 1997-00 1-2-4 2001-04 6-3-15 1985-88 1-1-3 1980 0-0-0 2000-02 5-3-13 2008-10 8-7-23 1979-80 1981 1983-85 4-6-14 1999-02 7-1-15 2008-09 1-0-2 2001-04 2-5-9 1971-74 17-6-40

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Q

G-A-Pts 17-12-46 2-0-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-5-21

Hometown Ind. Orchard, Mass. Ellington, Conn. Wilmington, Del. Trinidad, West Indies Dublin, Ireland

0-0-0 0-0-0

Westfield, N.J. Danbury, Conn. Teaneck, N.J. Verona, N.J. St. Inigoes, Md. Pawtucket, R.I. Newton, Mass. Guilford, Conn. Bayshore, N.Y. Westford, Mass. Rockville, Conn. Fairfax, Va. Weston, Mass. Hampton, Va. Rockyhill, Conn. New Orleans, La. Simsbury, Conn. Columbia, Md. Needham, Mass. Levittown, N.Y. Harrington, N.J. Edinburgh, Scotland East Greenwich, R.I. Bethany, W.Va. Chicopee, Mass. West Islip, N.Y. Branford, Conn. Cranston, R.I. Brick, N.J. Rockaway, N.J. Dublin, Ireland West Springfield, Mass. West Springfiled, Mass. Ludlow, Mass. Westerly, R.I. Tiverton, R.I. Rocky Hill, Conn. Fall River, Mass. Wyoming, R.I. Omaha, Neb. Westport, Conn. Springfield, Mass. Coral Springs, Fla. Fall River, Mass. Little Compton, R.I. Endfield, Conn. Hamden, Conn. Newington, Conn. Holden, Mass. Plantation, Fla. Blackstone, Mass.

Providence College

All-Time Roster Name Mike Sullivan Charles Sunderland Eric Swanbeck

Years G-A-Pts 1976-77 2-1-5 1968-69 1975 1-0-2

Hometown S. Glastonbury, Conn. Fall River, Mass. Franklin, Mass.

Chris Tarrant Herbert Thomas Michael Thompson Neville Thompson Larry Tirone Alex Titelis Zachary Tobin Hadrien Toure Mark Traynor Joe Troy Todd Trusk Dion Tsourides Name Kevin Tuzzio

T 1988 0-0-0 1968-69 1968-69 2001 1-1-3 1973 0-0-0 1974 2002-05 1-4-6 2006-07 2-5-9 1981 1-0-2 1983 0-0-0 1985 1984 0-0-0 Years G-A-Pts 1987 1-0-2

Cazenovia, N.Y. Dominca, West Indies Ludlow, Mass. Miami, Fla. Saten Island, N.Y. Faziegn, Greece North Kingstown, R.I. Lyon, France Milton, Ontario Norwalk, Conn. Phoenix, Pa. Shrewsbury, Mass. Hometown Belmar, N.J.

Bill Urkie

1987

Jeff Van Tiem Anthony Varbaro Mark Ventrone Chris Violandi Steve Viollette

1989 1984 1990-93 1980 1985

Steve Warjanka Joseph Weill Jerome Wesson Benjamin Wexler Ian Wexler Kevin Williams Glay Wilnot Larry Witt Michael Wright Bernie Yanelli

W 1992-94 18-5-41 2003-06 3-1-7 1990 0-0-0 2006-07, 09 1-0-2 2002-05 13-2-28 1984-87 3-7-13 1975 1970-73 1-0-2 1995 0-0-0 1978 1-2-4

Michael Zizzamia Phil Ziegler

2002 2010

U 0-0-0

Radding, Conn.

3-2-8 0-0-0 1-5-7 0-0-0 0-0-0

Devon, Pa. Ryebrook, N.Y. East Greenwich, R.I. Duxbury, Mass. Cumberland, R.I.

V

Maplewood, N.J. Merrick, N.Y. Providence, R.I. Minnetonka, Minn. Minnetonka, Minn. Maplewood, N.J. Liberia, W.Africa Islina, N.J. Amherst, N.Y. Rocky Hill, Conn.

Z 0-0-0 0-0-0

Windsor, Conn. East Lyme, Conn.

Name Ken Begasse Oliver Blum Keasal Broome Glen Butrick Michael Cardenas Peter Chenette Joe Crehan Gerry Eustace Steve Eustace Robb Falaguerra Walt Felag Carmine Gangi Michael Greulich Danny Glynn Chris Ivany Michael King Chris Konopka Brian Lee Damian LoBasso Peter Lyons Michael Magee Clevie Mandiville Jack McGovern Jim Morris Frank Morris Timothy Murray Jeff Newman Charlie Nolfi Jhojan Obando Dave O’Brien Terry Olsen Bob Pattan Daniel Pires Byron Regester Peter Rothman James Smith Christian Tate Joe Troy Barry Williams Michael Wright

Years 1992-93 2008-09 2010 1982 1999 1978-80 1983-86 1989 1979 1990-92 1975 1986 1999-02 1999-01 1993-96 2003-06 2003-06 2005-06 2007 1976 1975-77 1991-93 1983 1987-90 1980-82 2005-09 2001-04 1987-88 2007- 1976-79 1985 1977 1995-98 2008- 1980-83 1990-93 1997-98 1988 1984-85 1994

Goalkeepers Games GAA Saves 5 2.65 24 0 -- -- 0 -- -- 1 0.00 0 6 1.57 25 26 1.49 62* 62 1.13 230 2 1.00 18 3 3.11 17 4 2.12 12 7 1.15 1 1.00 3 15 2.55 83 42 2.15 197 22 2.63 109 0 -- -- 49 1.17 199 0 -- -- 0 -- -- 6 0.80 16 19 1.56 82* 1 3.00 9 2 0.50 1 33 1.28 198 31 1.29 222* 60 1.01 201 41 1.32 198 22 1.15 99 24 1.01 102 36 1.29 261 3 0.00 0 1 2.00 8 63 1.90 378 3 1.27 2 23 1.08 87 47 1.43 263 5 3.50 10 5 1.82 18 5 0.64 12 13 1.95 55

-All goaltender statistics prior to the 1975 season are unavailiable. *Saves for the 1975 and 1980 seasons are unavailiable.

-Statistics are unavailiable for the 1969-1971 and 1974 seasons.

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Hometown Danbury, Conn. N.Yarmouth, Maine Claymont, Del. Wash. Township, N.J. Framingham, Mass. Manchester, N.H. Walpole, Mass. Peekstill, N.J. Metchuen, N.J. East Providence, R.I. Warren, R.I. Norwalk, Conn. Cincinnati, Ohio Manchester, England Kuwait City, Kuwait Ashland, Mass. Toms River, N.J. Hillsborough, N.J. River Vale, N.J. Providence, R.I. Trenton, N.J. Lincoln, Mass. Kings Park, N.Y. Wilmington, Del. Wilmington, Del. Haverhill, Mass. Northboro, Mass. Dedham, Mass. Kissimmee, Fla. Springfield, Mass. Germantown, Tenn. Ludlow, Mass. Westerville, Ohio Glastonbury, Conn. S.Burlington, Vt. Weymouth, Mass. Norwalk, Conn. Keene, N.J. Ramsey, N.Y.

WELCOME TO FRIARTOWN... September 2 Fri. BROWN $ 5 Mon. vs. Bryant/URI $ (at URI) 10 Sat. SACRED HEART 14 Wed. HOLY CROSS 17 Sat. at Creighton 24 Sat. CINCINNATI *

2011 SCHEDULE 15 Sat. 1:00 p.m. 18 Tue. at 4:00 p.m. 21 Fri. at 26 Wed. 29 Sat. at Noon 5/7:30 p.m. November 1:00 p.m. 2 Wed. 3:00 p.m. 5 Sat. 7:00 p.m. 11 Fri. at 1:00 p.m. 13 Sun. at

October 1 Sat. at 4 Tue. at 8 Sat. 12 Wed. at

7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

August 26 Fri. NORTHEASTERN 29 Mon. at Quinnipiac

USF * Boston University MARQUETTE * Connecticut *

SETON HALL * Pittsburgh * West Virginia * % NOTRE DAME * Georgetown *

1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

BIG EAST First Round BIG EAST Quarterfinals BIG EAST (Semifinals) # BIG EAST Final #

Home matches in BOLD CAPS $ - Ocean State Classic * - BIG EAST Conference Match % - FOX Soccer Channel # - at Red Bull Arena - Harrison, N.J.

TBA TBA TBA TBA


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