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2009 MEN’S SOCCER DIVISION I

Brian GROARK # 7

Ryan WILHELM # 12 Chris ANZALONE # 19

Jack TWELLMAN # 8 Mike JONES # 11

Myles HENSLER # 6 Scott MEYER # 0

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

About SIUE Table of Contents

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General Information

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About Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

1 ... Quick Facts • 1 ... Contact Information • 1 ... Media Information • 2 ... Athletics Values • 2 .... Athletics Philosophy • 3 ... Ralph Korte Stadium/Bob Guelker Field.

4 ... Overview of SIUE • 4 ... List of Majors at SIUE • 5 ... University Map • 6 ... Housing Options • 7 .... Contact SIUE • 8 ... Chancellor Vaughn Vandegrift • 9 ... Athletics Director Dr. Brad Hewitt.

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Coaching Staff

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2009 Season Preview

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2008 Season Review

10 ... Head Coach Kevin Kalish • 11 ... Coaching Records • 11 ... Assistant Coach Kip Thompson • 11 ... Goalkeepers Coach Brian Jones.

12-13 ... Season Preview • 13 ... Schedule Preview • 14-15 ... Roster Breakdown • 16-23 ... Student-Athlete Biographies • 24-25 ... 2009 Opponents ... • 25 Missouri Valley Conference.

26 ... Season Recap • 27 ... 2008 Results • 28 ... 2008 Individual Statistics • 29 ... 2008 Team Statistics.

History 30-31 ... All-Time Letter Winners • 32 ... All-Americans • 33 ... Cougars in the Pros • 34 ... NCAA Tournament Results • 35 ... 1972 and 1979 National Champions • 36-37 ... Hall of Fame • 38 ... Career Scoring • 39 ... Team Records (Season) • 39 ... Single-Game Individual Records • 39 ... Single-Game Team Records • 40-41 ... Leaders by Season • 42-46 ... Year-by-Year Results • 47 ... Series Records • 48 ... Jack Blake Award. Covers Designed by Multi-Ad (Peoria, Ill.). Back cover includes schedule.

Contact Information

Media Information

618 Area Code Head Coach Kevin Kalish 650-2868 E-mail kkalish@siue.edu Assistant Coach Kip Thompson 650-2476 E-mail kithomp@siue.edu Athletic Trainer Gerry Schlemer 650-2883 Tickets 650-2841 University Housing 650-3931 Academic Advising 650-3722 Financial Aid 650-3880 Web Site www.siuecougars.com

618 area code Sports Information Director (SID) Eric Hess SID office phone 650-3608 Home phone 656-0510 SID Graduate Assistant Bruce Robidou SID Graduate Assistant phone 650-3155 SID FAX 650-2296 SID’s E-mail ehess@siue.edu Press Box Phone 650-3383 SID Mailing Address Campus Box 1129 Edwardsville, IL 62026

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Quick Facts Location Edwardsville, Illinois Founded 1957 Enrollment 13,602 Nickname Cougars School colors Red and White Facility Ralph Korte Stadium Capacity 4,000 Affiliation NCAA Division I (Reclassifying) Conference Ohio Valley Chancellor Dr. Vaughn Vandegrift Athletics Director Dr. Brad Hewitt Faculty Representative Dr. John Meisel SIU Edwardsville Minutes from downtown St. Louis 25 Acres 2,660 Student/Faculty ratio 16 to 1 Average class size 25 Percent of full-time instructional faculty have a terminal degree 82 Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association SIU Edwardsville Students Students who reside on campus 3,500 Average freshman ACT score 22.6 Financial aid $95.6 million (AY07) Total Alumni 82,300 Program History First year of men’s soccer 1967 Overall all-time record 472-230-56 No. yrs. in NCAA Tourn./last 21/2007 NCAA Tournament Record 32-19 Last Postseason opponent Northern Kentucky Team Information Overall Record last year Final ranking last year (poll) Starters returning/lost Letter winners returning/lost

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SIU Edwardsville Staff Head Coach Kevin Kalish Alma Mater, Yr. Saint Louis ‘99 Record at school, Yrs. 5-8-1 (2nd season) Career Record, Yr. 5-8-1 (2nd season) Best time of day to reach coach 10 a.m. Assistant Coaches Kip Thompson, Brian Jones Head Athletic Trainer Gerry Schlemer 

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Athletics Philosophy and Values SIUE Athletics Values Higher Education No goal of ours exceeds the mandate to educate and graduate the student-athlete. We are dedicated to being consistent with the educational purpose of the University. Rules and Regulations We are dedicated to enforcing adherence to the rules and regulations of the NCAA by our student-athletes, coaches and administrators. Pursuit of Excellence Intercollegiate Athletics, with its emphasis on excellence at all levels of play, provides opportunities for undergraduate/ graduate students to understand the rewards that come from dedication to a larger purpose and develop their personal, physical and intellectual skills. Citizenship We believe that the values of citizenship are realized through sportsmanship and ethical play in athletics. We are committed to teaching our student-athletes essential skills that will provide for a lifetime of contributions to their community, state and nation. Amateur Sportsmanship Participation in amateur sports provides the studentathlete with opportunities to experience and develop life skills in the areas of leadership, discipline, teamwork, goal-setting, self-respect and respect for others. Ryan Wilhelm

SIUE Athletics Philosophy The Intercollegiate Athletics Program at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville has Intercollegiate Athletics should been developed with the belief that intercollegiate sports, subscribing to the principles of good complement the instructional, sportsmanship, rules compliance and integrity, are beneficial activities which contribute to the research, and service programs of physical, intellectual and social experiences of the entire University community. Intercollegiate Athletics should complement the instructional, research, and service programs of the University the University and must function and must function within the framework of the University’s overall goals. within the framework of the In harmony with the stated mission of the University, the goals of Intercollegiate Athletics University’s overall goals. are to enhance the physical and intellectual abilities of those participating in the program and to provide for the physical and social welfare of our student-athletes, as well as to provide spectator benefits for the University community and the community at large. The recognition that the goals of the Athletics Program are integrated into the goals of the general academic program should guide the activities of those responsible for the conduct of Intercollegiate Athletics. SIUE Athletics must enhance, not detract from, the University’s educational program. Intercollegiate Athletics is intended to provide students with opportunities to enhance their education, to represent their University and to participate in athletics while developing skill and understanding. Participation in the Intercollegiate Athletics Program is always secondary to the academic obligation of the student. To this end, it is the responsibility of those administering the program to schedule the length of playing seasons, the frequency of practice sessions and the number of contests so that they shall not unreasonably conflict with students’ obligations to attend class regularly; to study; to develop their intellectual, moral and social faculties; and to graduate from the University as educated men and women.



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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Ralph Korte Stadium/Bob Guelker Field Ralph Korte Stadium was first used in 1994 as the site of the track and field events for the U.S. Olympic Festival-’94. It has since been the site of numerous local, regional, state, national and international soccer as well as track and field events. Location • Southwest corner of SIUE’s campus on Stadium Road. • Easily accessible from Southwestern Illinois and Metro St. Louis (less than 25 minutes from downtown St. Louis) Soccer • Bob Guelker Field (named after Hall of Famer who coached at SIUE from 1967 to 1985) • Inside the oval track • European-style atmosphere • Field size of 73 yards by 120 yards • Synthetic turf field Seating • Permanent capacity of 3,000 • Extra seating on east side of the stadium for 1,000 more Parking • More than 1,000 spaces • Adjacent parking available for overflow of more than 5,000

SIUE’s Korte Stadium recently completed a renovation with state-of-the-art artificial grass in 2009.

The field was named after Robert (Bob) Guelker who passed away after the 1985 season. Guelker, who was an Olympic coach, led SIUE to two national titles, including the first Division II title in 1972 and the University’s first NCAA Division I crown in 1979.

Lighting • Four banks of lights with 37-42 foot candles • Mounted on 100-foot poles Practice Fields • SIUE soccer boasts two full-size fields for practice behind the stadium Supporting Facilities and Equipment • Separate locker rooms for men and women • Locker room for visiting teams • Full training room facilities • Full-size press box • Room for VIPs in skybox • Two sets of public restrooms • Full-service concession stand Project Cost • $5.5 million in 1994 • Funded through private and public resources www.siuecougars.com

Bob Guelker, holding the soccer ball, was the U.S. Olympic Coach in 1972. 

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2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Overview of SIUE For more than 50 years, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville has prepared students to become leaders in their community and professionals in their fields of study. SIUE students choose from degree programs ranging from career-oriented fields to liberal arts. Graduates are prepared for the challenges of today’s competitive workforce and graduate school. Near several major interstates, the campus is beautifully situated on 2,660 acres of woodland on bluffs near the Mississippi River, yet only 25 minutes from downtown St. Louis. The University’s outstanding programs, faculty, location, and affordability make SIUE your best choice for a successful academic career. Key Web Sites Admission Counselors/Campus Tours Alumni Services Application for Admission Career Development Center Housing Office Intercollegiate Athletics Student Financial Aid Frequently Asked Questions The Move to Division I Textbook Services Lovejoy Library

www.siue.edu/prospectivestudents www.siue.edu/alumni www.siue.edu/apply www.siue.edu/careerdevelopmentcenter www.siue.edu/housing www.siuecougars.com www.siue.edu/financialaid www.siue.edu/contact/faq.shtml www.siuecougars.com/links/d1index.html www.siue.edu/MUC/textbooks.html www.siue.edu/lovejoylibrary

A Great Value SIUE has one of the lowest tuition rates among four-year public universities in Illinois. Last year, SIUE students received more than $92 million in financial aid, and more than 1,500 students are employed on campus. Undergraduate students realize even more savings with the SIUE textbook rental program. High-ability students may qualify for four-year tuition scholarships and academic support through the Meridian Scholarship Program. The Johnetta Haley, Housing, Provost, Foundation, Athletic, and departmental merit scholarships also are available.

List of Majors at SIUE The following is an alphabetical list of SIUE Academic Programs. Visit www.siue.edu for more information about specializations at the undergraduate or graduate levels. Accountancy — B.S.A., M.S.A. Anthropology — B.A., B.S. Art — B.A., B.S., M.F.A. Art and Design — B.F.A. Art Therapy Counseling — M.A. Biological Sciences — B.A., B.S., M.A., M.S. Biotechnology Management — M.S. Business Administration — B.S., M.B.A. Business Economics and Finance — B.S. Chemistry — B.A., B.S., M.S. Civil Engineering — B.S., M.S. Criminal Justice Studies — B.A., B.S. Computer Engineering — B.S. Computer Management and Information Systems — B.S., M.S. Computer Science — B.A., B.S., M.S. Construction Management — B.S. Dentistry — D.M.D. Early Childhood Education — B.S.



Earth & Space Science Education — B.S. Economics — B.A., B.S. Economics and Finance — M.A., M.S. Educational Administration — M.S.Ed., S.D. Electrical Engineering — B.S., M.S. Elementary Education — B.S., M.S.Ed. English — B.A., B.S., M.A. Environmental Sciences — M.S. Environmental Science Management — M.S. Foreign Languages and Literature — B.A., B.S. Geographical Studies — M.S. Professional Development Sequences in GIS Geography — B.A., B.S. Health Education — B.S. History — B.A., B.S., M.A. Industrial Engineering — B.S. Instructional Design and Learning Technologies — M.S.Ed. Kinesiology — B.S., M.S.Ed. Liberal Studies — B.L.S. Literacy Education — M.S.Ed. Manufacturing Engineering — B.S. Marketing Research — M.M.R. Mass Communications — B.A., B.S., M.S.

Master of Arts in Teaching — M.A.T. Mathematical Studies — B.A., B.S. Mathematics — M.S. Mechanical Engineering — B.S., M.S. Music — B.A., B.M., M.M. Nurse Practitioner — M.S. Nursing — B.S., M.S. Pharmacy — Pharm.D. Philosophy — B.A., B.S. Physics — B.A., B.S., M.S. Political Science — B.A., B.S. Psychology — B.A., B.S., M.A., M.S. Public Administration — M.P.A. School Psychology — S.D. Secondary Education — M.S.Ed. Social Work — B.A., B.S., M.S.W. Sociology — B.A., B.S., M.A. Special Education — B.S., M.S.Ed. Speech Communication — B.A., B.S., M.A. Speech Language Pathology — M.S. Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology — B.A., B.S. Theater and Dance — B.A., B.S.

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

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Near several major interstates, the campus is beautifully situated on 2,660 acres of woodland on bluffs near the Mississippi River, yet only 25 minutes from downtown St. Louis. The University’s outstanding programs, faculty, location, and affordability make SIUE your best choice for a successful academic career. For more maps of SIUE, go to www.siue.edu/maps/. www.siuecougars.com



Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Housing at SIUE All residence halls at SIUE are set up in suite-style living, with four persons per suite, two persons per room and four persons sharing a bathroom. Each carpeted living unit is furnished with two beds (with extra long mattresses), two desks and two dressers. Beds are bunkable and raise up high enough for additional storage space. Each room contains two active data jacks with access to the campus network and one active telephone jack, with the option to purchase a second line. All rooms are equipped with basic expanded cable, temperature controls for comfort, smoke alarms and sprinklers. Each wing in the residence hall features 24-hour study and social lounges. Social lounges contain a microwave, sink and television and are great areas to meet community members and relax. Moreover, each hall has a 24-hour laundry facility, 24-hour computer lab and Learning Resource Center. Evergreen Hall is SIUE’s newest residential facility, having opened in August 2007. Home to upperclass residents, it features apartment- and suite-style living in a residence hall environment. Students choose between various floor plans, most of which include private bedrooms. This facility houses a multifunction room, meeting rooms and a fitness center. Evergreen Hall is located across from the Art & Design Building at the corner of Circle Drive and Whiteside Road. It is home to the Second Year Experience Program, where second-year residents can continue to develop their leadership and academic study skills. Bluff Hall opened August 2001. This building is located directly across from the Engineering and Art & Design buildings and houses traditionally-aged freshmen. The activity wing boasts a multifunction room, Learning Resource Center, a classroom and a 24-hour computer lab. If you need a snack, you can always purchase grab-and-go items from the Bluff Hall Cafe. Bluff Hall is home to Focused Interest Communities. Prairie Hall opened to freshmen students in August 1998. This hall houses traditionally-aged freshmen. Residents living in Prairie are encouraged to participate in the Freshmen Horizons Program--a program designed to help students be successful in their academic career, adjust to their new social environment, get involved on campus and become involved in a dynamic and caring community. Prairie Hall has a multifunction room, Learning Resource Center, a classroom and 24-hour computer lab. Woodland Hall was opened in 1994 and houses all levels of undergraduate students. Woodland Hall is home to the Residence Housing Association, which provides funding for programs to the Hall Councils and residents in University Housing. This group also acts as an advisory board to the Director of University Housing. The Woodland Hall activity wing accommodates student activities in the multifunction, conference and meeting rooms. If you need a quick breakfast or dinner item, pick something up from the Woodland Cart, open limited hours Mon.– Fri. Dining Services serves the entire campus community, including the residence hall students, faculty and staff. The facilities include the Center Court Food Court, The Den sports-themed dining area, table service dining at the University Restaurant and the Commons Grill, a satellite dining area in the Cougar Village Commons Building. Cougar Village has 496 student apartments in 62 buildings. It is home to single students, graduate students and family residents. Traditional freshman are not allowed to reside in Cougar Village unless they are contracted family residents. As of Fall 2000, all apartments were fully renovated, which brought technological updates and a more comfortable atmosphere to the apartments. Cougar Village is just a short walk or shuttle ride from classrooms and main campus buildings. Applicants may choose a shared bedroom (two people in a bedroom designed for two) or a private bedroom (one person in a bedroom designed for one). Private bedrooms are in very limited supply.



Services and Facilities at Cougar Village • Convenient campus access via Cougar Shuttle. (Free bus service on campus) • Commons Building with laundry, computer lab, television lounge, meeting and activity areas, and the Commons Grill Laundries available on the 400 side • Community programs • Public transportation to nearby communities and St. Louis via Metro Link • Locked mailboxes • Recreation area, including basketball, tennis and sand volleyball courts • Regular police patrols • Smoke-free • Expanded basic cable • Active telephone jacks in each room • Wireless access to the SIUE network (active data jacks also available) • Air conditioning Off-Campus Housing For those students interested in finding off-campus living accommodations, below are two Web sites which SIUE has created to make the search a little bit easier. They include accommodations in Edwardsville, Glen Carbon and surrounding areas. Though these lists are comprehensive, they may not include absolutely every rental property in the area. http://www.siue.edu/housing/pdf/off_campus_listing_08.pdf http://siue.och101.com For more information on all housing options for SIUE students, please visit http:// www.siue.edu/housing. Or contact the Central Housing Office by mail, phone, fax, or email for answers to any of your housing questions. Central Housing Office Campus Box 1056 Rendleman Hall Edwardsville, Ill. 62026-1056 phone - (618) 650-3931 fax - (618) 650-3864 email - housing@siue.edu

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2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Contact SIUE Athletics

Todd Garzarelli

Jaci DeClue

Sandy Montgomery

Associate Director for External Operations

Bryan Belt

Jason Coomer

Assistant Athletic Director Compliance/Student Services

Associate Director/ Senior Woman Administrator

Assistant Athletic Director for Financial Affairs

Assistant Athletic Director for Sales and Marketing

Contact SIUE Athletics Phone: 618-650-2871 Tickets: 618-650-2841 General E-mail: ehess@siue.edu Tickets Email: John Meisel

Joe Pott

Samantha Easterley Event Management and Operations Coordinator

Faculty Athletic Representative

Eric Hess

Director of Broadcast Operations

jcoomer@siue.edu

Director of Sports Information

SIUE Head Coaches

Derek Burton

Gary Collins

Women’s Soccer

Kevin Kalish Men’s Soccer

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Amanda Levens Women’s Basketball

Baseball

Lennox Forrester

Todd Gober

Men’s Basketball

Eileen McAllister

Interim M/W Cross Country

Volleyball

Kareem Jackson

Interim M/W Track & Field

Sandy Montgomery

David Ray

Softball

Wrestling

Jennifer Jakel

Kyler Updyke M/W Tennis

Women’s Golf

Kyle Viehl Men’s Golf



Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Chancellor Vaughn Vandegrift Dr. Vaughn Vandegrift was appointed the seventh chancellor of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville on July 1, 2004. Emphasizing teaching, research and public service programs, SIUE is a fully-accredited public institution—beautifully situated in Edwardsville on 2,660 acres just 25 miles from St. Louis—awarding degrees in 44 baccalaureate and 64 master’s programs encompassing the arts and sciences, nursing, education, business, and engineering. The Schools of Pharmacy and Dental Medicine award first professional degrees, the D.M.D. and the Pharm.D. For the fourth consecutive year, SIUE has been heralded by U.S. News and World Report for its Senior Assignment Program, an integrative learning experience required of all seniors prior to graduation. U.S. News lists SIUE among the top 10 public universities in the Midwest-Master’s category for the second consecutive year. The main campus includes University Park, a research park established to enhance economic development. The Edwardsville campus also is supplemented by campuses in East St. Louis and Alton. Since the time of his appointment, Vandegrift has been instrumental in guiding the University toward fulfillment of its vision to be recognized nationally, as a premier Metropolitan University, for the excellence of its programs and development of professional and community leaders. He developed a plan for achievement of the vision by the year 2015 that combines the values and goals of the University with knowledge gained from his 33-year career in higher education. Vandegrift is a New Jersey native who came to SIUE from Georgia Southern University, a comprehensive, residential university of 16,000 students, where he served as Provost, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Chief Information Officer and Professor of Chemistry. His areas of responsibility included six academic colleges, graduate studies, international studies, information technology services, the library, continuing education and public service, a museum, a wildlife education center and a botanical garden. He also served as Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics at Montclair State University in New Jersey, the second largest university in the state of New Jersey. He served as Chairman of the Department of Chemistry at Murray State University in Kentucky and held earlier faculty positions at Southern Illinois University Carbondale and Illinois State University. Vandegrift has been the author or co-author of grants resulting in more than $3 million in funding from various sources during his career, including support from the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the National Science Foundation, the Fats and Proteins Research Foundation and the AT&T Corporation. He has also been active in working with foundations and donors who have made major gifts in support of the institutions where he has worked. Dr. Vandegrift is author of more than 40 professional publications and presentations including works published in Biochemistry, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, and Methods in Enzymology. Vandegrift is a member of the American Chemical Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Vandegrift currently serves on the Boards of Directors of Leadership Council Southwestern Illinois; University Park, SIUE; Focus St. Louis; St. Louis Regional Commerce and Growth Association; United Way of Greater St. Louis; the Southwestern Illinois Higher Education Consortium (SIHEC); the Southern Illinois Collegiate Common Market (SICCM) and the Executive Council of The Alliance of Edwardsville-Glen Carbon. He has been elected into the honor societies of Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Beta Gamma Sigma and Phi Kappa Phi. He has provided service on boards in support of science education and has been listed in Who’s Who in the East, American Men and Women of Science and Who’s Who in Frontier Science and Technology. He received his Ph.D. from Ohio University in biochemistry, studying the effects of nuclear histone proteins on the conformation of DNA. His bachelor’s and master’s in chemistry were obtained at Montclair State University. Vandegrift and his wife, Sue, are the parents of three adult children. Beth is an attorney, while David and Mark are both employed in private business. Vaughn and Sue are the proud grandparents of two granddaughters, Vaughn and Camilla.

University Mission Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is a public comprehensive university dedicated to the communication, expansion and integration of knowledge through excellent undergraduate education as its first priority and complementary excellent graduate and professional academic programs; through the scholarly, creative and research activity of its faculty, staff and students; and through public service and cultural and arts programming in its region.

University Vision Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, as a premier Metropolitan University, will be recognized nationally for the excellence of its programs and development of professional and community leaders.



University Values Recognizing public education as the cornerstone of a democracy, SIUE carries out its mission based on certain fundamental, shared values. We value: Citizenship • Social, civic and political responsibility, globally, nationally, locally, and within the University • Active partnerships and a climate of collaboration and cooperation among faculty, staff, students and the larger community • Environmental stewardship Excellence • High-quality student learning • Continuous improvement and innovation • Outstanding scholarship and public service • Standards consonant with the premier status to which we aspire

Integrity • Accountability to those we serve and from whom we receive support • Honesty in our communications and in our actions Openness • Inclusion of the rich diversity of humankind in all aspects of university life • Respect for individual differences • Intellectual freedom and diversity of thought • Access for all who can benefit from our programs Wisdom • Creation, preservation, and sharing of knowledge • Application of knowledge in a manner that promotes the common good • Life-long learning

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Director of Athletics Brad Hewitt Dr. Bradley L. Hewitt has served as the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at SIUE since August 2002. Dr. Hewitt served 13 years in numerous positions at SIUE before stepping in as the seventh Director of Athletics in the school’s history. Hewitt’s charge was to regain SIUE’s storied national success of the 1970s and 1980s (16 national championships) and expand that success across a broad-based athletic program. Since his start as the Director of athletics, 37 Cougar teams have competed in their respective NCAA individual or team championships. Hewitt has helped elevate SIUE’s previous best 131st place finish in the U.S. Sports Academy Directors’ Cup to a 78th place finish in 2004, a 37th place finish in 2005, a 4th place finish in 2006, and an 11th place finish in 2007. For the 2006-07 seasons, the Cougars won both the prestigious Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) All-Sports Trophy and the Commissioner’s Cup. The Cougars won the All-Sports Trophy with 141.5 points, the highest total points recorded in a single season since the award was conceived more than 25 years ago. The Commissioner’s Cup is awarded to the program that produces the overall best finish in the league’s seven “core” sports. SIUE posted top five finishes in six of the seven sports that count in the Commissioner’s Cup standings, including conference titles in men’s soccer and softball. Also considered are volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, and baseball. The pinnacle of achievement was a 2007 national championship in softball. In 1994, Hewitt, in his role as Assistant Athletic Director, served as the University’s venue manager for the United States Olympic Festival-’94 track and field and wrestling events. Since 1994, Hewitt has held several positions at SIUE, including acting Chief Executive Officer of the SIUE Foundation and acting Vice Chancellor of University Relations (1998-2000), adjunct graduate professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education (1996-2003), and Assistant Vice Chancellor for University Relations (1994-1998 and 2000-present). From 1995-1998 and 2000-2002, Hewitt was the internal and external liaison for the Vice Chancellor of University Relations, overseeing Alumni Services; SIUE Foundation; Public Affairs; Photographic Services; and University Graphics, Publications, and Printing. Hewitt has a diverse background in intercollegiate athletics. Before coming to SIUE, he was the director of sports marketing and associate head football coach at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa; the recruiting coordinator and assistant football coach at Southern Illinois University Carbondale; and recruiting coordinator, track event manager and assistant football coach at his alma mater The University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg. Hewitt earned a bachelor’s in mathematics in 1981 from Central Missouri as well as a master’s in athletic administration in 1982. Hewitt completed his doctorate in education at SIUC in 1994. Hewitt has been a highly-active member of the area community serving as a member of the board of directors for the St. Louis Sports Commission since 1999, a member of the board of directors for the Edwardsville-Glen Carbon Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Board of Governors for the Prairie State Games and as a member of the State Games of America Board of Directors. He is presently serving his second term as a member of the Edwardsville District 7 School Board. In 2006, Hewitt completed the executive management program at the Sports Management Institute, which provides specialized executive management programs for sports management professionals. The Sports Management Institute was developed in 1989 as a joint venture of the athletic departments and business administration schools of the University of Southern California, the University of Notre Dame and the University of North Carolina. Significant fundraising success (especially in facility development) has been a capstone of Hewitt’s professional career. Since 2000 Hewitt was instrumental in securing several multi-million dollar facility gifts and pledges ($10 million plus in total) for the University. These facilities gifts helped build the 12,000 sq. ft. Birger Hall (SIUE’s Foundation and Alumni Building), the 1,500 seat SimmonsCooper Baseball Complex, and the 5,000 sq. ft. SIUE softball stadium/clubhouse. He was a significant member of the SIUE Foundation team that saw exponential growth in the Foundation’s annual giving campaign and endowment from 1995-2002. Since rejoining Cougar Athletics in 2002, he has focused on increasing the athletic endowment, doubling the number of endowed scholarships. Hewitt and his wife Kay, a professional educator, reside in Edwardsville. Their daughter Loren is a 2007 graduate of SIUE and tennis alumnae, and their son Matthew is a senior at the University of Illinois majoring in mechanical engineering.

Mission & Values The mission and values of the Athletics Department is in alignment and complements the mission of the University with a focus on excellence, opportunity, compliance and increasing and enhancing the University’s visibility and image.

Mission The mission of the SIUE Intercollegiate Athletics program is to provide students with opportunities to enhance their education, to represent the University, and to participate in competitive sports while developing skills and understanding. This mission is fulfilled through meeting the following objectives: 1. Emphasize the student-athlete concept and support the academic achievement of all participants; 2. Engage in all sporting activities in compliance with NCAA, Conference and University regulations and procedures; 3. Provide equal opportunities for both male and female athletes; 4. Enhance the University’s visibility and name recognition through a comprehensive program of successful competitive athletics; 5. Provide spectator events that contribute to campus life, build community spirit and generate regional competition and rivalry.

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The Cougar logo was introduced in October 2007 as SIUE began its transition to NCAA Division I athletics. The logo was designed by 4 Alarm Studios in St. Louis. The logo received a gold award in the 23rd Annual Admissions Advertising Awards competition, the oldest and largest competition of its kind in the country. More than 1,000 colleges, universities and secondary schools submitted entries for the competition.



Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Head Coach Kevin Kalish “We look forward to adding to the success and tradition of one of the most prestigious programs in collegiate soccer. We will continue to play an attractive style of soccer that players and fans will enjoy for many years to come.”

KEVIN KALISH Soccer experience - First team All-Big East at UConn (1995-96) - All-New England (1996) - All-C-USA First Team (1997) - Most Valuable Defender C-USA (1997) - All-C-USA First team (1998) - Most Valuable Defender C-USA (1998) - First-Team All-Midwest Region (1998) - GTE/CoSIDA First-Team Academic AllAmerica (1998) - National Soccer Coaches Association of America First-Team All-American (1998)

-- SIUE Men’s Soccer Head Coach Kevin Kalish This season marks Kevin Kalish’s second as head coach after eight seasons as an assistant for the men’s soccer Cougars. Kalish brings a wealth of soccer talent and coaching experience to the Cougars. Kalish is a graduate of Saint Louis University, where he was a GTE Academic AllAmerican and first team NSCAA All-American for the soccer team. In 1999, he was named Saint Louis University’s Most Outstanding Male Athlete and played in the National College Senior All-Star Bowl. He was Conference USA Player of the Year in his senior season at SLU. He also was a first team All-Midwest and All-Conference selection during his junior and senior seasons at SLU where he led the Billikens to the NCAA Soccer Final Four. He was also twice named All-Big East while at the University of Connecticut during his freshmen and sophomore seasons. He has been drafted by three professional soccer teams. In 1998, he was drafted by the St. Louis Ambush of the National Professional Soccer League and, in 1999, he was drafted by both the Nashville Metros of the United Soccer League and was the third pick of the Kansas City Wizards in the MLS Super Draft. 10

Kalish, who was named to SLU’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007, has been coaching since he left the field at SLU. In 1999, he joined the SLU coaching staff as a second assistant and then joined SIUE Coach Ed Huneke and the Cougar staff the following year in 2000. After eight years of assistant coaching experience under Huneke, Kalish will take over a program that has produced 21 NCAA Tournament appearances, eight Final Four years (’72, ’75, ’77, ’79, ’82, ’01, ’04, ’05), two national runners-up (1975, 2004) and two national championships (1972 and 1979). Since Kalish arrived in 2000 he has seen the Cougars into the NCAA tournament on six occasions, including two Final Fours in 2001 and 2005 and a runner-up in 2004. The Cougars soccer team has also posted a winning percentage of .754 with a record of 118-32-19, including a 72-9-9 GLVC record since Kalish became a part of the Cougar coaching staff. In regular season conference play since 2000, Kalish has assisted Huneke to a pair of third place finishes, two second place finishes and four GLVC season titles. In addition, the Cougars have finished runner up in the GLVC tournament on two occasions in 2001 and 2003 and won the tournament twice in 2002 and 2006.

- Named Saint Louis University’s Most Outstanding Male Athlete (1999) - Played the National College Senior All-Star Bowl - Drafted by the St. Louis Ambush of the National Professional Soccer League (1998) - Selected by Kansas City Wizards with the third pick in the MLS draft (1999) - Drafted by the Nashville Metros of the United Soccer League (1999) Coaching Experience - Assistant Coach at Saint Louis University (1999) - Assistant Coach at SIUE under Head Coach Ed Huneke (2000) - Assisted SIUE to a 118-32-19 record as an assistant coach. (.754) - Second year as Head Coach of SIUE Miscellaneous - Inducted into the Saint Louis University Billiken Athletic Hall of Fame (2007)

Kalish is also largely responsible for the growth and maturity of several Cougar players and has assisted in the development of 13 All-American players for SIUE including four this past season Dustin Attarian, Greg Crook, Zach Bauer and Randy Roy. Kalish earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from SLU in 1999 and master’s degree in kinesiology from SIUE in 2006. Kalish and his wife, Sarah, have two children, Sam and Liam. www.siuecougars.com

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SIUE Men’s Soccer Staff Coaching Records Year 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 Total 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Total 2008 Total

Record............................................................................Coach 3-3-0 ......................................................................Bob Guelker 10-0-0 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 10-1-1 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 9-3-0 ......................................................................Bob Guelker 10-2-1 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 11-0-3* ..................................................................Bob Guelker 11-2-1 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 12-3-0 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 14-4-0 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 12-4-0 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 12-4-1 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 14-3-1 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 19-2-3* . .................................................................Bob Guelker 10-8-2 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 13-4-1 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 15-4-1 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 10-6-2 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 8-7-4 ......................................................................Bob Guelker 13-7-0 ....................................................................Bob Guelker 216-67-21 (19 years) 11-5-2 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 9-8-3 ........................................................................Ed Huneke 10-9-2 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 11-9-1 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 11-10-1 ....................................................................Ed Huneke 9-11-0 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 12-5-1 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 4-14-0 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 6-12-0 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 3-13-1 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 11-7-1 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 18-2-1 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 7-11-1 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 11-7-1 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 11-7-2 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 17-3-3 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 13-4-2 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 16-4-1 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 19-3-2 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 16-3-3 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 15-4-3 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 11-4-3 ......................................................................Ed Huneke 251-155-34 (22 years) 5-8-1.......................................................................Kevin Kalish 5-8-1 (1 year)

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Kip Thompson Assistant Coach SIUE men’s soccer coach Kevin Kalish announced the appointment of Kip Thompson as assistant coach for the Cougars prior to the 2008-09 season. Thompson earned a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Missouri State University, where he played four seasons with the Bears and earned a host of accolades. He was named Rookie of the Year in 1989, team Most Valuable Player in 1992 as well as All-Conference in the Missouri Valley and Academic All-Conference. Thompson, who is originally from Florrisant, Mo., holds a national youth license from the United States Soccer Federation and a National “B” license. Thompson and his wife Maria have one son, Nico, who was born in September. The family resides in Chesterfield, Mo.

Brian Jones Goalkeepers Coach Brian Jones begins his second season as the goalkeeper coach for the Cougars. Jones helped guide SIUE goalkeeper Nick Frasca, who now holds the school record for career shutouts with 21. Originally from St. Louis, Jones played professional soccer in Belgium and Portugal after high school. Jones and wife Rebecca have a son, 11-year old Jacob. The family resides in St. Louis.

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2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

2009 Season Preview When the 2009 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville men’s soccer regular season officially opens Sept. 1 at Evansville, Cougar coach Kevin Kalish is ready to see just how good his team can become. It will likely be a work in progress, admitted Kalish. That doesn’t mean the Cougars have low expectations. That’s quite the contrary. “We really don’t know how good this team can become,” said Kalish. “I am really excited to see how this team develops and what level they can reach.” The team is anchored by a group of senior players who understands SIUE’s system and what it takes to win at the Division I level. Senior Zach Bauer (St. Louis) returns in the back with junior Randy Roy (St. Louis) providing leadership at midfield. “Zach is one of the best players in college soccer,” Kalish said. “He’s the player we look towards for leadership and stability in the back.” Roy, a former Jack Blake Award recipient, is an extremely gifted center midfielder, noted Kalish, who can dominate offensively and

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defensively. “Randy is our midfield general. He has the ability to impact each game he plays in,” said Kalish. Bauer, like Roy, sat out last season when the Cougars entered the transition to return SIUE men’s soccer back to the NCAA Division I level. SIUE has just the 2009 season left in its transition as the “fast-track” men’s team. In 2010, SIUE becomes a playing member of the Missouri Valley Conference and will be eligible for the NCAA Championships. Kalish warned against looking too far ahead, even one season. “That wouldn’t be fair to Jack Twellman our seniors or the players on the team this season,” he said. “We are a starting role. focused on making sure this team reaches its Kalish also will look to freshmen Zach full potential.” Godat (St. Louis), Casey Stewart (Durango, The Cougars have a solid group of three goalkeepers jockeying for position. Sophomores Colo.), and Kyle Waller (Columbia) to provide depth in the backfield. Nick Collico (Florissant, Mo.) and Scott Meyer With Roy providing leadership at midfield, (Ballwin, Mo.) each saw limited time over the the Cougars have a number of options. last two seasons with Meyer sitting out all of Kevin Bielicki (St. Louis) returns from his last season. Kalish said he would feel confident redshirt season as a flank midfielder. “We are starting either player as the season progresses. looking for production from Kevin this year. He Freshman John Berner (St. Louis) joins the mix has all of the tools and intelligence to put up after a highly-successful prep career. With Bauer anchoring the backfield, SIUE some good numbers this year and help us win made a key addition with transfer Ben Hemkens games.” Chris Anzalone (St. Peters, Mo.) also (Eureka, Mo.). Hemkens played at Vanderbilt returns stronger and more confident in his before the Commodores dropped men’s soccer game. Kalish said the returning players have as a sport. Hemkens finished his degree at been very useful in helping teach the SIUE Vanderbilt and now continues his soccer career system to the newer players. “They understand with SIUE while pursuing his master’s degree. what we’re trying to do and have been willing Myles Hensler (Maryville) is another to help the newcomers learn the system,” said senior who will be a part of this year’s back line Kalish. and is looking to end his career on a positive Chris Hopping (St. Charles, Mo) returns note. for his junior season. He has logged a wealth of Nash Maduekwe (St. Louis) is one of the players who has benefitted by being in the SIUE minutes on the field in his first two seasons. Freshmen Jose Tamayo (La Puente, system for more than a year. He saw limited Calif.) and Aaron Lantz (Springfield) will be playing time as a freshman and now looks to fill www.siuecougars.com

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

2009 Season Preview expected to provide the depth at midfield. SIUE’s frontline is admittedly young but quite talented. These players are all proven prep scorers and will be working to improve as the season progresses. Jack Twellman (Florissant, Mo.) garnered significant playing time in his debut last season in a Cougar uniform. Excellent with his back to the goal, Kalish said Twellman is an opportunistic goal scorer and good all-around soccer player. Freshmen Peter Kelly (St. Louis), Jared Tejada (Troy) and Dustin Geist (Durango, Colo.) will be asked to log a significant amount of minutes this season on the forward line. “Between those players, we have the ability to score some goals this season,” said Kalish. Kalish also announced that a handful of players would sit out the season as redshirts. That list includes Mike Jones (St. Peters, Mo.), Ryan Wilhelm (St. Louis), Benny Jeffery (Florissant, Mo.), Brian Groark (Florissant, Mo.) and Jordan Barnes (Florissant, Mo.) The Cougars also hope to get another season from Dustin Attarian (St. Charles, Mo.), who suffered a season-ending injury during the summer.

2008 2009 Schedule Schedule Challenges Challenges Cougars Cougars The men’s soccer program at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is looking forward. The Cougars will be among the teams playing in the 2010 Missouri Valley Conference schedule and will be eligible for postseason play next season. Before that happens, SIUE coach Kevin Kalish has put together a challenging schedule for the 2009 team. It features eight home games to be played at Korte Stadium and four games against NCAA Division I teams ranked in the top 30 nationwide by College Soccer News. It all begins Wednesday, Aug. 19, when the Cougars take on Milwaukee in a 6 p.m. exhibition game at Korte Stadium. SIUE also faces UIC (Illinois-Chicago) in an exhibition game Saturday, Aug. 22, at 7 p.m. “We’re very excited for the challenge,” said Kalish. UIC is ranked No. 11 in the country by College Soccer News. SIUE’s other top 30 games include at No. 28 Louisville (Sept. 11), at No. 18 Dayton (Sept. 25), and at No. 9 Northwestern (Sept. 27). “With a great recruiting class and getting some of our veteran players back into the lineup, we’re excited to see how we stack up against the nation’s best,” Kalish said. SIUE’s home contests include Oakland (Sept. 4), Columbia College (Sept. 18), Alabama A&M (Oct. 9), Centenary (Oct. 15), IUPU-Ft. Wayne (Oct. 17), and Central Arkansas (Nov. 14). Kalish also has put together a strong challenge of road trips. They include Evansville (Sept. 1), Kentucky at the University of Louisville Tournament (Sept. 13), Ohio State (Sept. 20), IUPUI (Oct. 3), Cleveland State (Oct. 11), Memphis (Oct. 24), Western Illinois (Oct. 28), and Oral Roberts (Nov. 7)

Date Wed., Aug. 19 Sat., Aug. 22 Tue., Sep. 1 Fri., Sep. 4

Opponent vs. Milwaukee # vs. UIC # at Evansville vs. Oakland

2009 SCHEDULE Location Korte Stadium Korte Stadium Evansville, Ind. Korte Stadium

U of L Tournament Fri., Sep. 11 at Louisville Sun., Sep. 13 vs. Kentucky

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Fri., Sep. 18 Sun., Sep. 20 Fri., Sep. 25 Sun., Sep. 27 Sat., Oct. 3 Fri., Oct. 9 Sun., Oct. 11 Thu., Oct. 15 Sat., Oct. 17 Sat., Oct. 24 Wed., Oct. 28 Sat., Nov. 7 Sat., Nov. 14 #Exhibition games

vs. Columbia (Mo.) at Ohio State at Dayton at Northwestern at IUPUI vs. Alabama A&M at Cleveland State vs. Centenary vs. IPFW at Memphis at Western Illinois at Oral Roberts vs. Central Arkansas

Time 6:00 p.m. CT 7:00 p.m. CT 7:00 p.m. CT 7:00 p.m. CT

Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky.

7:30 p.m. ET 2:00 p.m. ET

Korte Stadium Columbus, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Indianapolis, Ind. Korte Stadium Cleveland, Ohio Korte Stadium Korte Stadium Memphis, Tenn. Macomb, Ill. Tulsa, Okla. Korte Stadium

7:00 p.m. CT 2:30 p.m. ET 8:30 p.m. ET 1:00 p.m. CT 2:00 p.m. ET 7:00 p.m. CT 1:00 p.m. ET 7:00 p.m. CT 7:00 p.m. CT 7:00 p.m. CT 3:00 p.m. CT 2:00 p.m. CT 2:00 p.m. CT

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2009 Roster # NAME

Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown/Last School

2008 Stats

0 Nick Collico

GK

6-0 180 So. Florissant, Mo./Chaminade

148 MP, 1 GA, 0.61 GAA

1 Scott Meyer

GK

5-11 165 So. Ballwin, Mo./DeSmet

Redshirt

2 Casey Stewart

B

5-11 165 Fr. Durango, Colo./Durango

First season at SIUE

3 Randy Roy

B

5-10 160 Jr. St. Louis, Mo./CBC

Redshirt

4 Chris Hopping

MF/B 5-8 150 Jr. St. Charles, Mo./James Madison

0 goals, 0 assists, 2 shots

5 Ben Hemkens

B

6-2 160 Sr. Eureka, Mo./Vanderbilt

First season at SIUE

6 Myles Hensler

B

5-8 155 Sr. Maryville, Ill./Drury

0 goals, 2 assists, 4 shots

7 Brian Groark

MF

5-9 150 So. Florissant, Mo./CBC

1 goal, 0 assists, 14 shots

8 Jack Twellman MF/F 5-11 165 So. St. Louis, Mo./SLU

4 goals, 1 assist, 31 shots

9 Kevin Bielicki

F

5-11 175 Jr. St. Louis, Mo./CBC

Redshirt

10 Dustin Attarian

F

5-8 165 Sr. St. Charles, Mo./St. Louis CC at Meramec Redshirt

11 Zach Bauer

B

5-11 175 Sr. St. Louis, Mo./Boston U.

Redshirt

12 Ryan Wilhelm

B

5-11 175 Jr. St. Louis, Mo./CBC

1 goal, 0 assists, 5 shots

13 Peter Kelly

F

6-0 160 Fr. St. Louis, Mo./Priory

First season at SIUE

14 Kyle Waller

B

5-10 170 Fr. Columbia, Ill./Columbia

First season at SIUE

15 Jose Tamayo

MF

5-11 160 Fr. La Puente, Calif./Nogales

First season at SIUE

16 Dustin Geist

F

5-8 140 Fr. Durango, Colo./Durango

First season at SIUE

17 Jared Tejada

F

5-6 150 Fr. Troy, Ill./Triad

First season at SIUE

18 Jordan Barnes

F

6-0 165 So. Florissant, Mo./Missouri State

First season at SIUE

19 Chris Anzalone

F/B

5-9 160 Jr. St. Peters, Mo./Drury

4 goals, 0 assists, 20 shots

5-9 150 Fr. St. Louis, Mo./CBC

First season at SIUE

6-1 170 So. St. Louis, Mo./Chaminade

1 goal, 1 assist, 5 shots

20 Zach Godat

B

21 Nash Maduekwe B 22 Benny Jeffery

MF/B 5-11 155 Jr. Florissant, Mo./Hazelwood Central

2 goals, 1 assist, 21 shots

23 Mike Jones

B

6-2 180 Sr. St. Peters, Mo./Fort Zumwalt South

1 goal, 0 assists, 7 shots

24 Aaron Lantz

MF

5-8 150 Fr. Springfield, Ill./Sacred Heart Griffin

First season at SIUE

25 Sebastian Leon MF

5-9 150 So. Bogota, Colombia/Pontificia Universidad

First season at SIUE

30 John Berner

6-3 185 Fr. St. Louis, Mo./St. Mary’s

First season at SIUE

GK

Head Coach: Kevin Kalish Assistant Coaches: Kim Thompson, Andy McDermid Goalkeepers Coach: Brian Jones

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2009 Roster Breakdown Alphabetical No. 19 10 18 11 30 9 0 16 20 7 5 6 4 22 23 13 24 25 21 1 3 2 15 17 8 14 12

Name Chris Anzalone Dustin Attarian Jordan Barnes Zach Bauer John Berner Kevin Bielicki Nick Collico Dustin Geist Zach Godat Brian Groark Ben Hemkens Myles Hensler Chris Hopping Benny Jeffery Mike Jones Peter Kelly Aaron Lantz Sebastian Leon Nash Maduekwe Scott Meyer Randy Roy Casey Stewart Jose Tamayo Jared Tejada Jack Twellman Kyle Waller Ryan Wilhelm

Pos. F/B F F B GK F GK F B MF B B MF/B MF/B B F MF MF B GK B B MF F MF/F B B

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

Wt. 160 165 165 175 185 175 180 140 150 150 160 155 150 155 180 160 150 150 170 165 160 165 160 150 165 170 175

Pronunciation Guide

Yr. Hometown/Last School Jr. St. Peters, Mo./Drury Sr. St. Charles, Mo./St. Louis CC (Meramec) So. Florissant, Mo./Missouri State Sr. St. Louis, Mo./Boston U. Fr. St. Louis, Mo./St. Mary’s Jr. St. Louis, Mo./CBC So. Florissant, Mo./Chaminade Fr. Durango, Colo./Durango Fr. St. Louis, Mo./CBC So. Florissant, Mo./CBC Sr. Eureka, Mo./Vanderbilt Sr. Maryville, Ill./Drury Jr. St. Charles, Mo./James Madison Jr. Florissant, Mo./Hazelwood Central Sr. St. Peters, Mo./Fort Zumwalt South Fr. St. Louis, Mo./Priory Fr. Springfield, Ill./Sacred Heart Griffin So. Bogota, Colombia/Pontificia Universidad So. St. Louis, Mo./Chaminade So. Ballwin, Mo./DeSmet Jr. St. Louis, Mo./CBC Fr. Durango, Colo./Durango Fr. La Puente, Calif./Nogales Fr. Troy, Ill./Triad So. St. Louis, Mo./SLU HS Fr. Columbia, Ill./Columbia Jr. St. Louis, Mo./CBC

By Position No. 30 0 1

Name John Berner Nick Collico Scott Meyer

Pos. GK GK GK

Yr. Fr. So. So.

19 10 18 9 16 13 17

Chris Anzalone Dustin Attarian Jordan Barnes Kevin Bielicki Dustin Geist Peter Kelly Jared Tejada

F/B F F F F F F

Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

7 4 22

Brian Groark Chris Hopping Benny Jeffery

MF MF/B MF/B

So. Jr. Jr.

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No. 24 25 15 8

Name Aaron Lantz Sebastian Leon Jose Tamayo Jack Twellman

Pos. MF MF MF MF/F

Yr. Fr. So. Fr. So.

11 20 5 6 23 21 3 2 14 12

Zach Bauer Zach Godat Ben Hemkens Myles Hensler Mike Jones Nash Maduekwe Randy Roy Casey Stewart Kyle Waller Ryan Wilhelm

B B B B B B B B B B

Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Chris Anzalone - An -ZUH - loan Dustin Attarian - UH - Tair -E -un Kevin Bielicki - Bill - uh - key Nick Collico - Co - LEE - co Dustin Geist - GUYst Brian Groark - one syllable Chris Hopping - As in mopping Sebastian Leon - LEE - on Nash Maduekwe - Mahd - week - way Jose Tamayo - TUH - my -oh Jared Tejada - TAY - ha - da Kyle Waller - as in caller Ryan Wilhelm - WILL - helm

By Class No. 10 11 5 6 23

Name Dustin Attarian Zach Bauer Ben Hemkens Myles Hensler Mike Jones

Pos. F B B B B

Yr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

19 9 4 22 3 12

Chris Anzalone Kevin Bielicki Chris Hopping Benny Jeffery Randy Roy Ryan Wilhelm

F/B F MF/B MF/B B B

Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

18 0 7 25 21 1 8

Jordan Barnes Nick Collico Brian Groark Sebastian Leon Nash Maduekwe Scott Meyer Jack Twellman

F GK MF MF B GK MF/F

So. So. So. So. So. So. So.

30 16 20 13 24 2 15 17 14

John Berner Dustin Geist Zach Godat Peter Kelly Aaron Lantz Casey Stewart Jose Tamayo Jared Tejada Kyle Waller

GK F B F MF B MF F B

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. 15

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2009 Student-Athlete Biographies

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Myles Hensler

Dustin Attarian

Senior • 5-8 • 155 • Back Maryville, Ill. Collinsville High School Major: Business Marketing Born: November 27, 1986

Senior • 5-8 • 165 • Forward St. Charles, Mo. St. Mary’s High School Major: Business Born: July 22, 1987

2008: Recorded assist on game-winner over Missouri State ... Picked up game-sealing assist against IPFW ... Played in 13 games during the season ... Tallied one shot on goal out of the Cougar backfield. 2007: Appeared in 15 matches, starting all of them ... Recorded a pair of assists. 2006: Redshirt. Previously: Attended Drury University during 2005-2006 academic year. Prep: Letter winner at Collinsville High School.

2008: Redshirt 2007: Selected second team NSCAA All-American ... NSCAA Great Lakes All-Region first team ... Appeared in 17 matches, making 15 starts ... Led the Cougars with 21 points (10 goals, one assist) ... Tied for first in the Great Lakes Valley Conference for game-winning goals with six ... Tied for eighth in the GLVC with 10 goals on the season ... Seventh in the GLVC in goals per game with 0.59 ... All-GLVC First Team. 2006: Led the team with eight goals on the season and 22 points ... Appeared in 22 games and started 13 ... He also notched 32 shots on the season. Previously: Transfer from St. Louis Community College at Meramec. Prep: All-State his senior season at St. Mary’s High School ... Two-time All-Metro and All-Conference pick ... AAA Conference Co-Player of the Year as a junior ... Named Player of the Week during senior season by the Suburban Journals.

Hensler’s Career Stats Year

GP-GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh

Sh%

2

2

3

.000

Attarian’s Career Stats SOG SOG% GW

2006 Redshirt .667

0

GP-GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh

Sh%

2006 2007

22-13

8

6

22

32

250

13

406

2

17-15

10

1

21

35

286

22

629

6

18

7

43

67

269

35

522

8

2007

15-15

0

2008

13-13

0

2

2

4

.000

1

.000

0

2008 Redshirt

Total

28-28

0

4

4

7

.000

3

.667

0

Total

16

2

Year

39-28

SOG SOG% GW

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2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

2009 Student-Athlete Biographies

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23

Zach Bauer

Mike Jones

Senior • 5-11 • 175 • Back St. Louis, Mo. Christian Brothers College High School Major: Business Born: November 13, 1986

Senior • 6-2 • 180 • Back St. Peters, Mo. Ft. Zumwalt South High School Major: Kinesiology Born: August 19, 1988

2008: Redshirt 2007: Appeared in 14 matches, starting all of them ... All-GLVC First Team, NSCAA/adidas Great Lakes All-Region First Team, Daktronics Great Lakes All-Region First Team, Daktronics All-America Third Team. 2006: Earned All-Great Lakes Valley Conference first team honors along with Daktronics Great Lakes All-Region first team honors and NSCAA/ adidas NCAA Division II Men All-Great Lakes Region second team honors ... Started all 22 games at back for the Cougars ... Was a major factor in SIUE’s 0.97 goals against average. Previously: Transfer from Boston University ... Appeared in three games in 2005 for Terriers. Prep: Helped Christian Brothers College High School to state championship his senior season ... Named Missouri Defensive Player of the Year ... Second team All-American pick ... First team All-Metro, AllState and All-Midwest ... Member of the Region II Olympic Development Program.

2008: Scored only goal of the season in 3-2 loss at Dayton on Sept. 26 ... Appeared in all 14 games and started 13 times. 2007: All-Great Lakes Valley Conference third team on defense ... Started all 16 matches that he appeared in ... Helped anchor defense which would advance to the NCAA Tournament for a fifth consecutive year. 2006: Appeared in 12 games and started two. Prep: Two-time Player of the Year at Fort Zumwalt South High School ... Second team All-State and All-Metro pick as a senior ... Three-time AllConference selection ... Named Athlete of the Week by the St. Louis PostDispatch ... Also competed in basketball and track ... Member of Olympic Development Missouri Region II pool from 2000 to 2003 ... Played in 2004 Mid-West Premier League.

Jones’ Career Stats

Bauer’s Career Stats Year

GP-GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh

Sh%

SOG SOG% GW

Year

GP-GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh

Sh%

SOG SOG% GW

2006

22-22

0

1

1

2

000

2

1.000

0

2006

12-2

0

0

0

0

.000

0

.000

0

2007

14-14

0

0

0

6

000

2

333

0

2007

16-16

3

1

7

5

.600

3

.600

0

2008

Redshirt

2008

14-13

1

0

2

7

.143

2

.286

0

Total

36-36

0

1

1

8

000

4

.500

0

Total

42-31

4

1

9

12

.333

5

.417

0

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2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

2009 Student-Athlete Biographies

3

Randy Roy Junior • 5-10 • 160 • Back St. Louis, Mo. • Christian Brothers College High School Major: Education • Born: August 2, 1987

2008: Redshirt 2007: Named second team All-American by National Soccer Coaches Association of America and honorable mention by Daktronics ... First team All-Region by NSCAA and Daktronics ... All-Great Lakes Valley Conference First Team ... Scored game-winning goal against Missouri-St. Louis. 2006: Selected as an All-GLVC second team member ... Also picked as a Daktronics Great Lakes Men AllRegion second team member ... Notched two goals, both game-winners, along with seven assists. Prep: Helped CBC to back-toRoy’s Career Stats back state titles in 2004 and Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GW 2006 21-21 2 7 11 12 .167 5 .417 2 2005 ... Named team Most 2007 17-17 2 0 4 22 .091 6 .273 1 Valuable Player in 2005 and 2008 Redshirt team’s “the will to win” award Total 39-28 4 7 15 34 .118 11 .324 3 winner.

4

Chris Hopping Junior • 5-8 • 150 • Midfield/Back St. Charles, Mo. • Trinity Catholic High School Major: Kinesiology • Born: February 2, 1988

2008: Appeared in 13 games ... Recorded two shots on goal ... Made two starts. 2007: Appeared in 14 matches, mostly as a defender. Previously: Attended James Madison University. Prep: Four-year letter winner and two-time team captain at Trinity Catholic High School... Three-time AllState selection ... Two-time All-Metro honoree ... Three-time All-District pick ... Three-time All-Conference selection.

Year GP-GS 2007 14-0 2008 13-2 Totals 27-2

9

G 0 0 0

Hopping’s Career Stats A Pts. Sh Sh% 0 0 2 .000 0 0 2 .000 0 0 4 .000

SOG SOG% GW 0 .000 0 2 1.000 0 2 .500 0

Kevin Bielicki Junior • 5-11 • 175 • Forward St. Louis, Mo. • Christian Brothers College High School Major: Business • Born: November 16, 1987

2008: Redshirt 2007: Made 17 starts for the Cougars ... Third team All-Great Lakes Valley Conference selection ... Scored eight goals on the season, which was second best on the team ... Posted a team high in shots (37) and shots on goal (28). 2006: Started 21 games for the Cougars of the 22 he appeared in ... Scored seven goals which tied him for second most on the team ... Took 46 shots and finished with 17 points (third best on the team). Prep: First team All-State pick Bielicki’s Career Stats as a senior for CBC ... Two Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GW time first team All-Conference 2006 22-21 7 3 17 46 .152 24 .552 1 2007 19-17 8 1 17 37 .216 28 .757 1 selection honors ... Earned academic award in First Honors 2008 Redshirt Total 39-38 15 4 34 83 .181 52 .627 2 all four years. 18

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Ryan Wilhelm Junior • 5-11 • 175 • Back St. Louis, Mo. • Christian Brothers College High School Major: Undecided • Born: October 29, 1988

2008: Scored first collegiate goal in double overtime loss at Northern Illinois on Sept. 5 ... Started every game this season ... Recorded three shots on goal. 2007: Appeared in 15 matches, starting all of them. Key player in backfield which helped SIUE advance to the NCAA Tournament for a fifth consecutive season. Prep: Helped Christian Brothers College win the 2005 state championship ... Collected All-State, All-Metro, All-Conference and academic Wilhelm’s Career Stats honors at CBC. Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GW 2007 2008 Totals

15-15 14-14 29-29

0 1 1

2 0 2

2 2 4

5 5 10

.000 .200 .100

2 3 5

.400 .600 .500

0 0 0

Chris Anzalone

19

Junior • 5-9 • 160 • Forward St. Peters, Mo. • Fort Zumwalt South High School Major: Kinesiology • Born: December 27, 1987

2008: Tied for team lead with four goals ... All four goals came in SIUE victories ... Recorded game-winner against McKendree ... Tallied 20 shots. Previously: Transferred from Drury University. Prep: Selected second team All-State in Missouri while at Fort Zumwalt South High School.

Anzalone’s Career Stats

22

Year

GP-GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh

Sh%

2008

14-12

4

0

8

20

.200

SOG SOG% GW 11

.550

1

Benny Jeffery Junior • 5-11 • 155 • Midfield/Back Florissant, Mo. • Hazelwood Central High School Major: Engineering • Born: November 26, 1988

2008: Tallied two goals during the season ... Added one assist ... Scored only goal for Cougars in 3-1 loss at Belmont on Nov. 8 ... Appeared in 13 games ... Finished third on the team with 21 shots. 2007: Started all 18 matches for the Cougars. Prep: Letter four times while at Hazelwood Central Senior High. Collected All-Conference, All-State, AllMetro, and Player of the Year honors as a senior. Year GP-GS 2007 18-18 2008 13-13 Totals 31-31

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G 1 2 3

Jeffrey’s Career Stats A Pts. Sh Sh% 2 4 15 .067 1 5 21 .095 3 9 36 .083

SOG SOG% GW 7 .467 0 11 .524 0 18 .500 0

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2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

2009 Student-Athlete Biographies

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Nick Collico Sophomore • 6-0 • 180 • Goalkeeper Florissant, Mo. • Chaminade College Preparatory High School Major: Undeclared • Born: June 8, 1990

2008: Appeared in three games for the Cougars ... Made eight saves ... Allowed just a single goal ... Logged 148:05 in goal. Prep: Three-year letter winner at goalkeeper at Chaminade College Prep ... Led Chaminade to a 21-4-1 record, a No. 4 state ranking and a 2006 MSHAA state championship ... Honorable Mention All-State ... Led Metro Catholic Conference in goals against average ... Third team All-Metro.

Collico’s Career Stats Year 2008

GP-GS Minutes GA GaAvg Saves Save% 3-2

148:05 1

0.61

8

.889

W

L

T Sho

1

0

0

0

Scott Meyer

1

Sophomore • 5-11 • 165 • Goalkeeper Ballwin, Mo. • DeSmet High School Major: Marketing • Born: June 22, 1988

2008: Redshirted. 2007: Appeared in three matches for the Cougars ... Recorded three saves in just more than 48 minutes of play. Prep: Four-year letter winner for DeSmet Jesuit High School ... Collected second team All-Conference, AllMetro Honorable Mention, and academic honors at DeSmet. Meyer’s Career Stats Year GP-GS Minutes GA GaAvg Saves Save% 2007 3-2 48:45 1 1.85 3 .750 2008 Redshirt

7

W 0

L 0

T Sho 0 0

Brian Groark Sophomore • 5-19 • 150 • Midfielder Florissant, Mo. • Chaminade College Preparatory High School Major: Undeclared • Born: February 8, 1990

2008: Scored first goal of his career in 2-0 win at IPFW on Sept. 14 ... Appeared in 11 games for the Cougars. Prep: First team All-State and first team All-Metro in 2007 ... First team All-Metro Catholic Conference as a senior ... Three-year varsity letter winner for soccer ... Four-time honor roll student.

Groark’s Career Stats

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Year

GP-GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh

Sh%

2008

11-10

1

0

2

14

.071

SOG SOG% GW 8

.571

1

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Jack Twellman

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Sophomore • 5-11 • 165 • Midfielder/Forward St. Louis, Mo. • St. Louis University High School Major: Education • Born: September 29, 1989

2008: Tied for team lead with four goals ... Scored a pair of goals in 3-0 win at Central Arkansas on Nov. 15 ... Recorded an assist on lone goal at Belmont ... Notched a goal against McKendree in 2-0 win ... Started all 14 games ... Led team with 31 shots. High School: Played three years varsity soccer ... Helped Saint Louis University High School to a 2007 state runner-up trophy ... 2007 NSCAA/adidas High School Boys All-Region V (Midwest) team ... Received first team All-Metro, All-Conference, and All-State honors ... Scored 17 goals and racked up 22 assists in the 2007 season for SLUH ... Father, Twellman’s Career Stats Mike, played on SIUE’s national Year GP-GS G A Pts. Sh Sh% SOG SOG% GW championships team in 1979. 2008

14-13

4

1

9

31

.129

12

.387

1

Nash Maduekwe

21

Sophomore • 6-1 • 170 • Midfielder St. Louis, Mo. • Chaminade High School Major: Business • Born: June 10, 1990

2008: Scored one goal in 12 appearances ... Added one assist during the season ... Notched his first career goal in 3-1 at Wright State on Sept. 12. High School: Honorable mention All-Metro in 2007 at Chaminade ... Helped Chaminade to 2006 state championship ... Varsity starter for two years.

Maduekwe’s Career Stats Year

GP-GS

G

A

Pts.

Sh

Sh%

2008

12-2

1

1

3

5

.200

SOG SOG% GW 2

.400

1

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2009 Student-Athlete Biographies

2

14

Casey

Kyle

Stewart

Waller

Freshman • 5-11 • 165 • B Durango, Colo. Durango High School Major: Undeclared Born: March 28, 1991 Prep: Helped Durango High School to a third-place finish at the 5A Colorado state tournament as a senior ... Named the Reed Duvall Hustle Award winner ... Played every position and earned two varsity letters for Durango ... Played club soccer for Durango United at the Boulder Showcase and the Storm Fireball Classic.

5 Ben

Hemkens Graduate • 6-2 • 160 • B Eureka, Mo. Chaminade College Prep High School Major: Mechanical Engineering Born: February 1, 1987 Previous: Helped Vanderbilt University to a third-place finish in the Missouri Valley Conference in 2005 (Vandy dropped men’s soccer as an intercollegiate sport) ... Completed a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at Vanderbilt ... Played in 15 games overall, starting three for the Commodores ... Selected to Southeastern Conference (SEC) honor roll. Prep: Received All-State, All-Metro and All-Conference honors as a senior at Chaminade College Prep ... Selected a Scholar-Athlete by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as a senior ... Named team Most Valuable Player and captain his senior season ... Helped Chaminade finish second in Missouri his junior year.

Prep: Led St. Louis area with 38 goals as a senior at Columbia High School ... Named to the All-Metro East team three times ... Selected to the All-Sectional team twice ... Selected as a Suburban Journals Player of the Week (Oct. 7, 2007) .. Named StlSoccer.net Player of the Week (Nov. 2007) ... Tabbed Channel 4 Performance Player of the Month Candidate (Nov. 2007) ... Received All-Cahokia Conference honors three times ... Completed club soccer for SLSG USSF Academy ... Member of National Honor Society and honor roll.

15 Jose

Tamayo Freshman • 5-11 • 160 • MF LaPuente, Calif. Nogales High School Major: Undeclared Born: August 31, 1991 Prep: Invited to the U.S. U18 National Team in 2008 ... Selected to the 2008 NSCAA U.S. AllRegion IV team ... Ranked No. 33 in the country by TopDrawer Soccer in its Top 100 list for the Class of 2009 ... Earned a four-star designation by TopDrawer Soccer (out of five stars) ... Competed for Nogales High School ... Played club soccer for U18 Irvine Strikers Development Academy under the direction of former SIUE All-American Don Ebert.

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16

Peter

Dustin

Kelly

Geist

Freshman • 6-0 • 160 • F St. Louis, Mo. Priory High School Major: Undeclared Born: March 4, 1991 Prep: Named ABC League Player of the Year at St. Louis Priory High School ... Recorded league-leading 20 goals and 12 assists as a senior ... Two-time All-State selection ... Posted 14 goals and six assists as a junior ... Honorable mention All-Metro as a junior and second team All-Metro as a senior by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch ... Four-time letter winner at Priory in soccer ... Also played one season of baseball for Priory.

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Freshman • 5-10 • 170 • B Columbia, Ill. Columbia High School Major: Undeclared Born: November 27, 1990

Freshman • 5-8 • 140 • F Durango, Colo. Durango High School Major: Undeclared Born: December 14, 1990 Prep: Selected Southwestern League Player of the Year his senior season at Durango High School ... Named second team All-State ... Received three varsity letters for soccer ... Played club soccer for Durango United ... Helped Durango United place first at the Durango Shootout, first at the Sandra Cup and second at the FRIT soccer tournament held at the Air Force Academy.

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24

Jared

Aaron

Tejada

Lantz

Freshman • 5-6 • 150 • F Troy, Ill. Triad High School Major: Undeclared Born: October 12, 1990 Prep: Named the 1A/2A Player of the Year by the Belleville News-Democrat as a senior at Triad High School ... Named All-Metro as a senior by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch ... Tabbed All-State and All-Midwest Region V in 2008 ... Led Mississippi Valley Conference with 29 goals and 17 assists as a senior and 24 goals and 13 assists as a junior ... Three-time AllMVC selection ... Selected as the team’s Offensive Player of the Year as a junior ... Named Rookie of the Year as a freshman ... Played for the U18 SLSG U.S. Academy team in 2008 and 2009 ... Named to the U17/U18 Mid-America Starting XI.

Prep: All-State selection at Sacred Heart Griffin High School his senior season ... Led team in assists all four seasons ... Recorded 15 goals and 25 assists as a senior ... Led Sacred Heart Griffin to state title game as a senior ... Three-time All-Conference pick ... Two-time All-Sectional honoree ... Played club soccer for Raiders 91 and won the Illinois State Cup in 2002 ... Helped the U13 Metro United to a Super 4 League National Finalist finish ... Powered U16 Metro United to the semifinals of the Illinois State Cup ... Participated at the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.

18

25

Jordan

Sebastian

Barnes

Leon

Sophomore • 6-0 • 165 • F Florissant, Mo. Christian Brothers College High School Major: Undeclared Born: December 17, 1989 Prep: Received first team All-State and All-Metro honors as a senior at Christian Brothers College High School ... Led CBC with 23 goals and 11 assists his senior year ... Two-time varsity letter winner ... Helped CBC to Metro Catholic Conference title and district championship his senior season ... Played for two-time Missouri state champion Scott Gallagher club team, which were Region 2 semifinalists in 2008 and finalists in 2009.

20 Zach

Godat Freshman • 5-9 • 150 • B St. Louis, Mo. Christian Brothers College High School Major: Undeclared Born: February 18, 1991 Prep: Recorded three goals and seven assists his senior season at Christian Brothers College High School ... Helped Scott Gallagher to 2008 regional finals ... Member of honor roll all four years at CBC.

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Freshman • 5-8 • 150 • MF Springfield, Ill. Sacred Heart Griffin High School Major: Undeclared Born: February 22, 1991

Sophomore • 5-9 • 150 • MF Bogota, Colombia Pontificia Universidad Major: Undeclared Born: January 13, 1988 Previous: Member of the U16 and U17 Colombian National Team ... Previously played at Pontificia Universidad ... Played in the youth system of Club Deportivo Los Millionarios, Sante Fe and Academia Football Club ... Has represented Columbia in numerous national and international events.

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Berner Freshman • 6-3 • 185 • GK St. Louis, Mo. St. Mary’s High School Major: Undeclared Born: February 14, 1991 Prep: Selected first team All-State as a goalkeeper in his senior season at St. Mary’s High School ... Named first team All-Metro by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and first team All-Conference ... Selected team captain as a senior ... Posted 10 shutouts, 208 saves and a 0.79 goals against average as a senior ... Also earned varsity letters in baseball and ice hockey ... Selected for the Hoby Baker Award, Most Valuable Player and team captain in 2008 ... Named to honor roll in all semesters at St. Mary’s.

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

2009 Opponents UW-Milwaukee (Exh.)

Oakland

Columbia (Mo.)

Northwestern

Sat., Aug. 15 @ Korte Stadium

Fri., Sept. 4 @ Korte Stadium

Fri., Sept. 18 @ Korte Stadium

Sun., Sept. 27 @ Chicago, Ill.

Location (Enroll.)............. Milwaukee, Wis. (28,042) Stadium (cap.).................. Engelmann Field (2,000) Nickname.................................................. Panthers Colors.............................................. Black and Gold 2008 Overall Record..................................... 4-10-5 Conference..................................... Horizon League Horizon Rcd./Place . ................................. 1-5-2/7th Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................15/4 Starters Ret./Lost................................................8/3 Athletic Director.............................. George Koonce Head Coach ...................................... Jon Coleman Record at School (yrs.).........................17-31-10 (3) Career (yrs.) ...................................................same Men’s Soccer Contact..............................Chris Zills Office Phone . ................................... 414-229-4593 E-mail ........................................... czills@uwm.edu Web site ....................http://uwmpanthers.cstv.com

Location (Enroll.)............ Rochester, Mich. (18,169) Stadium (cap.)...................OU Soccer Field (1,000) Nickname...................................... Golden Grizzlies Colors..................................................Gold & Black 2008 Overall Record..................................... 14-4-2 Conference..................................... Summit League Summit League Rcd./Place . .................... 5-0-1/1st Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................15/3 Starters Ret./Lost................................................3/8 Athletic Director...................................... Tracy Huth Head Coach ..........................................Eric Pogue Record at School (yrs.)............................. First Year Career (yrs.) ...................................................same Men’s Soccer Contact...................Samantha Franz Office Phone . ....................................248.370.3201 E-mail .................................. safranz@oakland.edu Web site ................................ www.ougrizzlies.com

Location (Enroll.)................... Columbia, Mo. (1100) Stadium (cap.)...........Owens Soccer Stadium (500) Nickname...................................................Cougars Colors............................................. Navy and Silver 2008 Overall Record....................................... 9-8-3 Conference................................. American Midwest AMC Rcd./Place..................................................n/a Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................12/9 Starters Ret./Lost................................................7/4 Athletic Director..................................Bob Burchard Head Coach............................................John Klein Record at School (yrs.).......................107-58-14 (9) Career (yrs.).......................................107-58-14 (9) Men’s Soccer SID................................... Cindy Fotti Office Phone...................................... 573-875-7454 E-mail............................................ cnfotti@ccis.edu Web site........................www.columbiacougars.com

Location (Enroll.).....................Evanston, Ill. (8,000) Stadium (cap.)......................Lakeside Field (2,000) Nickname...................................................Wildcats Colors...............................................Purple & White 2008 Overall Record..................................... 15-5-3 Conference...................................................Big Ten Big Ten Rcd./Place ...................................3-3/T-3rd Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................15/5 Starters Ret./Lost................................................6/5 Athletic Director......................................Jim Phillips Head Coach .......................................Tim Lenahan Record at School (yrs.).........................81-63-19 (8) Career (yrs.) ..................................207-131-37 (12) Men’s Soccer Contact....................... Nick Brilowski Office Phone . ................................... 847-467-3831 E-mail ........................ brilowski@northwestern.edu Web site .................................. www.NUsports.com

UIC (Exh.)

Louisville

Ohio State

IUPUI

Sat., Aug. 22 @ Korte Stadium

Fri., Sep. 11 @ Louisville, Ky.

Sun., Sep. 20 @ Columbus, Ohio

Sat., Oct. 3 @ Indianapolis, Ind.

Location (Enroll.).................... Chicago, Ill. (24,541) Stadium (cap.).........................Flames Field (1,000) Nickname.....................................................Flames Colors........................Navy Blue & Fire Engine Red 2008 Overall Record..................................... 12-4-6 Conference..................................... Horizon League Horizon Rcd./Place . ................................. 6-1-1/1st Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................13/4 Starters Ret./Lost................................................8/3 Athletic Director..........................James W. Schmidt Head Coach ..........................................John Trask Record at School (yrs.).........................48-18-19 (4) Career (yrs.) ...................................................same Men’s Soccer Contact...................... John Jaramillo Office Phone . ................................... 312-996-5880 E-mail ................................................. jjar@uic.edu Web site ..................................www.uicflames.com

Location (Enroll.)................. Louisville, Ky. (22,000) Stadium (cap.)....................... Cardinal Park (2,200) Nickname................................................. Cardinals Colors........................................Red, Black & White 2008 Overall Record..................................... 11-7-4 Conference................................................. Big East Big East Rcd./Place . ..........6-3-2/2nd Red Division Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................16/5 Starters Ret./Lost..............................................10/2 Athletic Director...................................... Tom Jurich Head Coach .............................................Ken Lolla Record at School (yrs.)...........................16-17-7 (3) Career (yrs.) ..................................225-102-34 (18) Men’s Soccer Contact.....................Kim Pemberton Office Phone . ................................... 502-852-6581 E-mail ............................ kapemb01@louisville.edu Web site ..................................www.uoflsports.com

Location (Enroll.)............. Columbus, Ohio (53,715) Stadium (cap.)....... Jesse Owens Stadium (10,000) Nickname.................................................Buckeyes Colors............................................... Scarlet & Gray 2008 Overall Record....................................... 9-9-3 Conference...................................................Big Ten Big Ten Rcd./Place ................................2-4-0/T 5th Letter winners Ret./Lost..................................13/13 Starters Ret./Lost................................................6/5 Athletic Director.....................................Gene Smith Head Coach .........................................John Bluem Record at School (yrs.).....................127-90-31 (12) Career (yrs.) ..................................213-117-43 (17) Men’s Soccer Contact..................Alissa Clendenen Office Phone . ................................... 614-292-0134 E-mail ................................. clendenen.5@osu.edu Web site .................www. OhioStateBuckeyes.com

Location (Enroll.)............Indianapolis, Ind. (30,300) Stadium (cap.)......................Kuntz Stadium (2,000) Nickname....................................................Jaguars Colors......................................... Red, Gold & Black 2008 Overall Record....................................... 8-9-2 Conference..................................... Summit League Summit League Rcd./Place . ...................... 3-3/4th Letter winners Ret./Lost..................................14/12 Starters Ret./Lost................................................7/4 Athletic Director........................... Michael R. Moore Head Coach .....................................Steve Franklin Record at School (yrs.)...................106-126-14 (14) Career (yrs.) ..................................106-126-14 (14) Men’s Soccer Contact........................ Ed Holdaway Office Phone . ................................... 317-274-2725 E-mail .................................. eholdaway@iupui.edu Web site ...................................www.iupuijags.com

Evansville

Kentucky

Dayton

Alabama A&M

Tue., Sept. 1 @ Evansville, Ind.

Sun., Sep, 13 @ Louisville, Ky.

Fri., Sept. 25 @ Dayton, Ohio

Fri., Oct. 9 @ Korte Stadium

Location (Enroll.)..................Evansville Ind. (2,539) Stadium (cap.).............McCutchan Stadium (2,000) Nickname............................................. Purple Aces Colors.................................Purple, Orange & White 2008 Overall Record....................................... 9-7-2 Conference.......................................Missouri Valley MVC Rcd./Place ....................................... 2-3-0/4th Letter winners Ret./Lost..................................17 / 5 Starters Ret./Lost................................................9/2 Athletic Director...................................John Stanley Head Coach ........................................Mike Jacobs Record at School (yrs.)...........................28-24-3 (3) Career (yrs.) ..........................................57-64-8 (8) Men’s Soccer Contact............................ Bob Boxell Office Phone . ................................... 812-488-2285 E-mail ................................... bb33@evansville.edu Web site ..........................www.GoPurpleAces.com

Location (Enroll.).................Lexington, Ky. (27,000) Stadium (cap.).............UK Soccer Complex (1,500) Nickname...................................................Wildcats Colors..................................................Blue & White 2008 Overall Record..................................... 12-4-5 Conference....................................Conference USA CUSA Rcd./Place .................................... 6-1-1/2nd Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................17/6 Starters Ret./Lost................................................7/4 Athletic Director................................ Mitch Barnhart Head Coach ...........................................Ian Collins Record at School (yrs.).................168-1109-32 (15) Career (yrs.) ..................................191-144-41 (18) Men’s Soccer Contact.........................Brent Ingram Office Phone . ................................... 859-257-3838 E-mail ................................. brent.ingram@uky.edu Web site ................................ www.ukathletics.com

Location (Enroll.).................... Dayton, Ohio (7,700) Stadium (cap.)......................... Baujan Field (2,000) Nickname.......................................................Flyers Colors.................................................... Red & Blue 2008 Overall Record..................................... 15-4-3 Conference..............................................Atlantic 10 A10 Rcd./Place . .......................................6-2-1/3rd Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................14/6 Starters Ret./Lost................................................8/3 Athletic Director..................................... Tim Wabler Head Coach .................................... Dennis Currier Record at School (yrs.).........................42-22-14 (4) Career (yrs.) ....................................230-71-26 (16) Men’s Soccer Contact......................Krystal Warren Office Phone . ................................... 937-229-5240 E-mail ......................warrenkk@notes.udayton.edu Web site .............................www.daytonflyers.com/

Location (Enroll.)......................Normal, Ala. (6,000) Stadium (cap.).............................AAMU Field (500) Nickname...................................................Bulldogs Colors.............................................Maroon & White 2008 Overall Record....................................... 6-9-5 Conference............................Southwestern Athletic SWAC Rcd./Place .................................... 1-8-3/7th Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................20/6 Starters Ret./Lost..............................................10/1 Athletic Director.....................................Betty Austin Head Coach ........................................Salah Yousif Record at School (yrs.)...................105-118-37 (13) Career (yrs.) ..................................239-181-50 (19) Men’s Soccer Contact....................... Tom Galbraith Office Phone . ................................... 256-372-4005 E-mail ........................aamusportsinfo@yahoo.com Web site .............................. www.aamusports.com

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2009 Opponents Cleveland State

IUPU-Ft. Wayne

Western Illinois

Sun., Oct. 11 @ Cleveland, Ohio

Sat., Oct. 17 @ Korte Stadium

Wed., Oct. 28 @ Macomb, Ill.

Location (Enroll.)..............Cleveland, Ohio (16,245) Stadium (cap.).......................Krenzler Field (1,680) Nickname.....................................................Vikings Colors....................................Forest Green & White 2008 Overall Record....................................... 9-8-3 Conference..................................... Horizon League Horizon League Rcd./Place . ...................5-2-1/3rd Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................20/2 Starters Ret./Lost..............................................10/1 Athletic Director........................................Lee Reed Head Coach ......................................Ali Kazemaini Record at School (yrs.)...........................18-30-8 (8) Career (yrs.) ..................................194-106-21 (17) Men’s Soccer Contact.......................Brian McCann Office Phone . ................................... 216-687-5115 E-mail ...........................b.mccann66@csuohio.edu Web site .................................www.csuvikings.com

Location (Enroll.).............Fort Wayne, Ind. (12,338) Stadium (cap.).......Hefner Soccer Complex (3,500) Nickname...............................................Mastodons Colors........................................Royal Blue & White 2008 Overall Record..................................... 3-11-3 Conference..................................... Summit League Summit League Rcd./Place . ................... 1-3-2/7th Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................17/4 Starters Ret./Lost..............................................10/1 Athletic Director.....................................Tommy Bell Head Coach ........................................Mike Harper Record at School (yrs.).............................6-23-5 (3) Career (yrs.) ............................................6-23-5 (3) Men’s Soccer Contact.................... Shea McMahon Office Phone . ................................... 260-481-0713 E-mail ..................................... mcmahos@ipfw.edu Web site ............................www.gomastodons.com

Location (Enroll.)....................Macomb, Ill. (13,331) Stadium (cap.)..........John MacKenzie Field (1,000) Nickname...........................................Leathernecks Colors................................................ Purple & Gold 2008 Overall Record..................................... 12-5-3 Conference.............................. The Summit League Summit Rcd./Place . ................................ 3-2-1/2nd Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................13/8 Starters Ret./Lost................................................7/4 Athletic Director.................... Dr. Tim M. Van Alstine Head Coach ................................. Dr. Eric Johnson Record at School (yrs.)...................104-114-17 (13) Career (yrs.) ..................................147-167-21 (17) Men’s Soccer Contact..........................Ryan Bower Office Phone . ................................... 301-298-1133 E-mail ....................................... rp-bower@wiu.edu Web site ...............................www.wiuathletics.com

Centenary

Memphis

Oral Roberts

Thu., Oct. 15 @ Korte Stadium

Sat., Oct. 24 @ Nashville, Tenn.

Sat., Nov. 7 @ Tulsa, Okla.

Location (Enroll):....................Shreveport, La. (914) Home Field:...................................Mayo Field (500) Nickname:......................................................Gents Colors:............................................Maroon & White 2008 Overall Record:...................................... 5-8-1 Conference:............................. The Summit League Summit League Record/Place:.................. 2-4-0/6th Letter winners Ret./Lost:...................................23/3 Starters Ret/Lost:..............................................10/1 Athletic Director:.............................. Dr. Tom Tallach Head Coach:............................................ David Orr Record at School:.................................5-8-1 (2 yrs) Career:.................................................5-8-1 (2 yrs) Soccer SID:.....................................Allison McClain Office phone:......................................318.869.5092 Email:............................ amcclain2@centenary.edu Web site:...............................www.gocentenary.com

Location (Enroll.)..............Memphis, Tenn. (20,379) Stadium (cap.)....Mike Rose Soccer Complex (3,000) Nickname.......................................................Tigers Colors................................................... Blue & Gray 2008 Overall Record..................................... 6-11-2 Conference....................................Conference USA CUSA Rcd./Place ..................................3-4-1/T-3rd Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................12/5 Starters Ret./Lost............................................ 11/11 Athletic Director..................................R.C. Johnson Head Coach ........................................Richie Grant Record at School (yrs.).......................95-77-14 (10) Career (yrs.) ..................................148-101-16 (14) Men’s Soccer Contact........................ Shawn Smith Office Phone . ................................... 901-678-5294 E-mail ................................sdsmith@memphis.edu Web site ................................ www.gotigersgo.com

Location (Enroll.)...................... Tulsa, Okla. (5,109) Stadium (cap.)..........ORU Soccer Complex (1,000) Nickname.........................................Golden Eagles Colors....................Navy Blue, Vegas Gold & White 2008 Overall Record....................................... 6-9-2 Conference.............................. The Summit League Summit League Rcd./Place . ................... 2-3-1/5th Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................16/9 Starters Ret./Lost................................................8/5 Athletic Director.....................................Mike Carter Head Coach ....................................... Steve Hayes Record at School (yrs.).......................84-98-13 (12) Career (yrs.) ......................................84-98-13 (12) Men’s Soccer Contact............................. Kyle Seay Office Phone . ................................... 918-495-7094 E-mail ............................................ kseay@oru.edu Web site .......................www.orugoldeneagles.com

Missouri Valley Conference Commissioner Doug Elgin has announced the addition of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and the University of Central Arkansas as men’s soccer affiliate members, beginning in the 2010 season. SIUE men’s soccer is making its fasttracked return to Division I. SIU Edwardsville is one of 21 schools to have captured an NCAA Division I men’s soccer championship (1979) and boasts over 470 wins in program history.

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Central Arkansas Thu., Oct. 15 @ Korte Stadium Location (Enroll.):................. Conway, Ark. (12,959) Home Field:............................... Farris Field (1,000) Nickname:...................................................... Bears Colors:...............................................Purple & Gray 2008 Overall Record:.................................... 3-14-1 Conference:.......................... Missouri Valley (2010) MVC Record/Place:.............................................n/a Letter winners Ret./Lost:...................................17/9 Starters Ret/Lost:................................................9/2 Athletic Director:.......................... Dr. Allen Meadors Head Coach:....................................Chad Flanders Record at School:.................................51-47-10 (6) Career:.................................................51-47-10 (6) Soccer SID:.............................................. Josh Goff Office phone:..................................... 501-450-5695 Email:............................................... jgoff@uca.edu Web site:...................................www.ucasports.com

SIUE Coach Kevin Kalish, SIUE Chancellor Dr. Vaughn Vandegrift, MVC Commissioner Doug Elgin, SIUE Director of Athletics Dr. Brad Hewitt, and Senior Associate Commissioner Patty Viverito

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2008 Season Recap The 2008 season was like the return to the good old days. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville men’ soccer was playing an NCAA Division I schedule again, and it felt good. Kevin Kalish took over the reigns as the team’s head coach, becoming the third coach in school history. Kalish has some tough acts to follow in Bob Guelker, who won 216 games and two national championships in 19 seasons, and Ed Huneke, who recorded 251 victories in 22 seasons. It’s a challenge Kalish was ready to pursue having completed eight seasons as an assistant under Huneke. During those eight seasons, SIUE appeared in the NCAA Tournament six times, finishing second in 2004 and making the Final Four in 2001 and 2005. The 2008 Cougars began on a high note with a 1-0 victory over Missouri State. Senior Bob Ridder scored the game’s only goal against what will be a future Missouri Valley Conference opponent. SIUE took a pair of tough losses to Drake and Northern Illinois before rebounding for a pair of road wins against Wright State and IPFW. Chris Anzalone scored in both of the games. The Cougars were 4-0 when Anzalone scored.

Freshman Jack Twellman scored his first career goal in a 3-2 loss at Dayton, which ended a three-game losing skid for the Cougars. SIUE defeated McKendree in its only official home contest 2-0. Anzalone and Twellman scored before a crowd of 1,538 at Korte Stadium. The Cougars pumped up the defense in a 0-0 tie with Memphis. Even though SIUE did not score, the defense’s strong showing held one of Conference USA’s top teams without a goal. SIUE stumbled a bit toward the end of the season before closing out with an impressive 3-0 win at Central Arkansas (UCA). After the season was complete, SIUE learned that both UCA and SIUE would join the Missouri Valley Conference to become the seventh and eighth members beginning with the 2010 season. Nick Frasca, who posted a 1.33 goals against average for the season, recorded his fourth shutout of the season in the win over UCA. That shutout also vaulted him to No. 1 on the all-time shutouts list with 21, passing Ed Gettemeier (1979-1982) and Josh Richardson (1999-2003) who both had 20. Twellman was the team’s leading scorer with four goals and an assist. Kalish also took comfort in knowing five of his top players sat out the season as redshirts in preparation for the 2009 season. They are Mike Jones, Kevin Bielicki, Randy Roy, Scott Meyer and Dustin Attarian. 26

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2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

2008 Results Date

Opponent

WL

Score

Overall

Conf

Attend

Aug 30, 2008

vs Missouri State

W

1-0

1-0-0

0-0-0

Aug 31, 2008

at Drake

L

0-2

1-1-0

0-0-0

386

-

Sep 05, 2008

at Northern Illinois

L O2

2-3

1-2-0

0-0-0

235

Wilhelm, Ryan (unassisted)

Bigogno, Nick (unassisted)

W

3-1

2-2-0

0-0-0

143

Goals scored Ridder, Bob (Hensler, Myles)

Sep 12, 2008

at Wright State

Anzalone, Chris (Ridder, Bob)

Maduekwe, Nash (Jeffery, Benny)

JEFFERY, Benny (unassisted)

W

2-0

3-2-0

0-0-0

114

Sep 14, 2008

at IPFW

Sep 20, 2008

at Milwaukee

L

1-2

3-3-0

0-0-0

346

RIDDER, Bob (penalty kick)

Sep 21, 2008

at Loyola

L

0-1

3-4-0

0-0-0

105

-

Sep 26, 2008

at Dayton

L

2-3

3-5-0

0-0-0

545

TWELLMAN, Jack (MADUEKWE, Nash)

JONES, Mike (O’BRIEN, Kyle)

W

2-0

4-5-0

0-0-0

1538

ANZALONE, Chris (unassisted)

TWELLMAN, Jack (unassisted)

T O2

0-0

4-5-1

0-0-0

250

-

Oct 10, 2008

MCKENDREE

GROARK, Brian (RIDDER, Bob) ANZALONE, Chris (HENSLER, Myles)

Oct 22, 2008

at Memphis

Oct 25, 2008

at UAB

L

0-1

4-6-1

0-0-0

213

-

Nov 01, 2008

at Oakland University

L

0-2

4-7-1

0-0-0

1405

-

Nov 08, 2008

at Belmont

L

1-3

4-8-1

0-0-0

245

JEFFERY, Benny (TWELLMAN, Jack)

Nov 15, 2008

at Central Arkansas

W

3-0

5-8-1

0-0-0

173

TWELLMAN, Jack (unassisted)

TWELLMAN, Jack (WEIR, Tim)

ANZALONE, Chris (unassisted)

GOALS BY PRD

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total

CORNER KICKS BY PRD

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total

SIU Edwardsville

5

12

0

0

17

SIU Edwardsville

23

30

2

0

55

Opponents

5

12

0

1

18

Opponents

34

41

1

4

80

SHOTS BY PRD

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total

FOULS BY PRD

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total

SIU Edwardsville

66

81

4

4

155

SIU Edwardsville

66

61

1

1

129

Opponents

75

103

6

3

187

Opponents

83

83

3

5

174

SAVES BY PRD

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total

SIU Edwardsville

25

35

3

2

65

Opponents

30

21

2

2

55

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2008 Individual Statistics Overall: 5-8-1

Conf: 0-0-0

Home: 1-0-0

Away: 3-8-1

Neut: 1-0-0

## 8 19 16 22 21 7 15 23 12 6 13 5 14 4 2 30 0

Name TWELLMAN, Jack ANZALONE, Chris RIDDER, Bob JEFFERY, Benny MADUEKWE, Nash GROARK, Brian BIGOGNO, Nick JONES, Mike WILHELM, Ryan HENSLER, Myles O’BRIEN, Kyle WEIR, Tim HARRIS, Matt HOPPING, Chris LINDSAY, Tim COLLICO, Nick FRASCA, Nick Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 14-13 14-12 14-14 13-13 12-2 11-10 14-13 14-13 14-14 13-13 6-1 14-12 4-1 13-2 14-7 4-2 13-12 14 14

G 4 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 18

A 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 16

Pts 9 8 6 5 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 43 52

Sh 31 20 23 21 5 14 11 7 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 0 155 187

Shot% .129 .200 .087 .095 .200 .071 .091 .143 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .110 .096

SOG 12 11 11 11 2 8 3 2 3 1 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 72 83

SOG% .387 .550 .478 .524 .400 .571 .273 .286 .600 .250 .000 .667 .667 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .465 .444

GW 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 8

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

## 30 0 TM

Name COLLICO, Nick FRASCA, Nick TEAM Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 3-2 13-12 14 14

Minutes 148:05 1150:16 0:00 1298:21 1298:21

GA 1 17 0 18 17

Avg 0.61 1.33 0.00 1.25 1.18

Saves 8 51 6 65 55

Pct .889 .750 1.000 .783 .764

W 1 4 0 5 7

L 0 6 0 6 5

T 0 1 0 1 1

Sho 0 4 1 5 5

## 8 19 16 22 21 7 15 23 12 6

POINTS GP Twellman, Jack 14 Anzalone, Chris 14 Ridder, Bob 14 Jeffery, Benny 13 Maduekwe, Nash 12 Groark, Brian 11 Bigogno, Nick 14 Jones, Mike 14 Wilhelm, Ryan 14 Hensler, Myles 13

G A Pts Shots 4 1 9 31 4 0 8 20 2 2 6 23 2 1 5 21 1 1 3 5 1 0 2 14 1 0 2 11 1 0 2 7 1 0 2 5 0 2 2 4

## 8 19 16 22 12 21 7 15 23

GOALS GP Twellman, Jack 14 Anzalone, Chris 14 Ridder, Bob 14 Jeffery, Benny 13 Wilhelm, Ryan 14 Maduekwe, Nash 12 Groark, Brian 11 Bigogno, Nick 14 Jones, Mike 14

G A Pts Shots 4 1 9 31 4 0 8 20 2 2 6 23 2 1 5 21 1 0 2 5 1 1 3 5 1 0 2 14 1 0 2 11 1 0 2 7

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## 19 7 21 8 16

GAME WINNING GOALS GP GWG Anzalone, Chris 14 1 Groark, Brian 11 1 Maduekwe, Nash 12 1 Twellman, Jack 14 1 Ridder, Bob 14 1

## 16 6 5 8 21 22 13

ASSISTS GP Ridder, Bob 14 Hensler, Myles 13 Weir, Tim 14 Twellman, Jack 14 Maduekwe, Nash 12 Jeffery, Benny 13 O’Brien, Kyle 6

G A Pts Shots 2 2 6 23 0 2 2 4 0 1 1 3 4 1 9 31 1 1 3 5 2 1 5 21 0 1 1 3

## 8 16 22 19 7

SHOTS GP Twellman, Jack 14 Ridder, Bob 14 Jeffery, Benny 13 Anzalone, Chris 14 Groark, Brian 11

G A Sh Sh% 4 1 31 .129 2 2 23 .087 2 1 21 .095 4 0 20 .200 1 0 14 .071

15 23 12 21 6

Bigogno, Nick 14 Jones, Mike 14 Wilhelm, Ryan 14 Maduekwe, Nash 12 Hensler, Myles 13

1 1 1 1 0

0 11 .091 0 7 .143 0 5 .200 1 5 .200 2 4 .000

## 19 12 21 23 8 22 15 16 7 6

SHOT PCT GP Anzalone, Chris 14 Wilhelm, Ryan 14 Maduekwe, Nash 12 Jones, Mike 14 Twellman, Jack 14 Jeffery, Benny 13 Bigogno, Nick 14 Ridder, Bob 14 Groark, Brian 11 Hensler, Myles 13

G A Sh Sh% 4 0 20 .200 1 0 5 .200 1 1 5 .200 1 0 7 .143 4 1 31 .129 2 1 21 .095 1 0 11 .091 2 2 23 .087 1 0 14 .071 0 2 4 .000

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2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

2008 Team Statistics Overall: 5-8-1

Conf: 0-0-0

Home: 1-0-0

Away: 3-8-1

Neut: 1-0-0

SIUE OPP --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SHOT STATISTICS 17-155 18-187 Goals-Shot attempts 1.18 1.25 Goals scored average .110 .097 Shot pct 72-155 83-187 Shots on goal - Attempts .465 .444 Shots on goal - % 11.1 13.4 Shots/Game 9 16 Assists 55 80 CORNER KICKS 1-2 1-2 PENALTY KICKS PENALTIES 16 25 Yellow Cards 3 0 Red Cards ATTENDANCE 1538 4160 Total 1/1538 12/247 Dates/Avg per date 1/0 Neutral Site #/Avg

TEAM STATISTICS

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All-Time Letter Winners Abdohosseini, Nostrat ...............................1967-1969 Abele, Steve ..............................................1987-1988 Ablett, Peter . ......................................................1992 Ahlvers, Chris .....................................................1989 Alldridge, Daniel .................................................2003 Amlong, Tim ..............................................1985-1986 Anzalone, Chris...................................................2008 Anzalone, John . ........................................2006-2007 Appelbaum, Jim . .......................................1984-1987 Ashley, Jake ..............................................1995-1996 Attarian, Dustin . ........................................2006-2008 Attas, Ameen ......................................................2005 Attaphitaya, Surat . ............................................. 1988 Axmacher, Steve .......................................1972-1975 Bailey, Ben .........................................................2002 Baldus, Scott ......................................................1994 Banner, Mike .............................................2004-2006 Barth, Jon ...........................................................2005 Barron, Bill . ...............................................1972-1974 Barron, John . ............................................1969-1972 Bauer, Zach ...............................................2006-2007 Becher, John ......................................................1982 Beck, Vince ........................................................1981 Becker, John . .....................................................1981 Bellinger, Bruce .........................................1981-1984 Benben, Rick .............................................1969-1972 Bernaix, Justin . .........................................1997-1999 Berry, Bart ..........................................................1988 Bessmer, Tim . ....................................................1970 Beveridge, Ross ........................................2004-2007 Bielicki, Kevin ............................................2006-2007 Bigogno, Nick......................................................2008 Blake, Jack ................................................1968-1970 Blake, Tom . ........................................................1982 Blourtchi, Kavoos ......................................1973-1975 Boland, Michael . .......................................1969-1972 Bono, Joe ..................................................1973-1974 Bourneuf, Leo . ..........................................1980-1984 Boyer, David ..............................................1990-1992 Boyer, G.P. ................................................1984-1986 Bozada, Bob . ............................................1977-1979 Brazill, Patrick . ..........................................2006-2007 Brigmann, Darren ......................................1989-1990 Bringuet, Scott . ..................................................2006 Brooke, Keith . ...........................................1987-1988 Brown, Mike . .............................................1983-1986 Budenholzer, Matt ..............................................2007 Burgund, Michael ......................................2003-2004 Cacciatore, Chris . .....................................1974-1977 Cacciatore, Jeff .........................................1976-1979 Cacciatore, Pete . ......................................2002-2005 Cacciatore, Steve ......................................1972-1975 Calvert, James ...................................................1967 Camacho, Chris . .......................................1999-2002 Cannady, Adam ..................................................1998 Cappetta, Dave .........................................1981-1984 Carenza, Chris ..........................................1970-1974 Carenza, John ...........................................1968-1971 Carter, Todd ...............................................1989-1992 Chiwanga, Tuaya . .....................................1979-1982 Cholevik, Thomas . ............................................. 1970 Chrans, Ryan .....................................................2002 Clark, Creighton ........................................1992-1993 Clark, Tim ..................................................1977-1979

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Cole, Brian . ...............................................2002-2003 Collie, Tim . ................................................1986-1989 Collico, Nick.........................................................2008 Collico, Tim . ..............................................2004-2005 Concellor, Carl . ..................................................1967 Conway, Mickey ........................................1968-1970 Corbett, David ...........................................1991-1993 Corrigan, Kevin . ........................................1999-2001 Crider, Andrew . ..................................................2005 Crook, Greg . .............................................2004-2007 Damico, Chris . ...................................................1989 Darby, Brett ...............................................1994-1997 Darnell, Mike ......................................................1994 Davis, Eddie .......................................................2004 DeGreeff, Tom ....................................................1968 Deinowski, John ........................................1968-1971 Deist, Jeff ...........................................................1994 Demtrak, Jay ......................................................1988 Deters, Jerry . ............................................1987-1990 Diamantini, Dan . ................................................1993 Dolphus, Dave . ..................................................1977 Donovan, Tom ...........................................1974-1977 Douglas, Brian . ................................1997,1999-2001 Downar, Mark ............................................1978-1981 Drew, Peter . ..............................................1984-1985 Driesner, Arnold . ................................................1967 Driscoll, Dennis .........................................1969-1972 Dubach, Matt..............................................1995-1997 Ebert, Don .................................................1977-1979 England, Mike . ..........................................1983-1986 Elliott, Steve ..............................................1972-1974 Erickson, Don .....................................................1998 Espejo, Mariano .................................................1992 Evers, Matt ................................................2001-2002 Fassi, Vincent ............................................1969-1972 Faucett, Fred .............................................1968-1970 Fayollat, Tom.......................................................1987 Fitzler, Dave ..............................................1972-1975 Flanagan, Brian..........................................1994-1995 Fleher, Greg...............................................1980-1983 Forrester, James........................................1973-1975 Fox, Doug...................................................1991-1995 Francis, Vinton.....................................................1991 Franklin, Ryan.....................................................2000 Frasca, Nicholas.........................................2004-2008 Freesmeier, Dan.........................................1969-1971 Galati, Tom.................................................1970-1973 Gallagher, Bob............................................1973-1977 Gallagher, Joe............................................1971-1975 Galvin, Joe.................................................1968-1971 Garofalo, Bob.............................................1987-1989 Garofalo, Chris...........................................1990-1992 Gates, John................................................1983-1986 Gauvain, Mike............................................1980-1983 Gauvain, Steve...........................................1980-1983 Gee, David..........................................................1995 Gentile, Paul...............................................1971-1974 Gettemeier, Ed...........................................1979-1982 Giamanco, Tony..........................................1973-1975 Gibbs, Brandon...................................................2000 Gimenez, Greg....................................................1995 Gismegian, Paul..................................................1967 Green, Larry........................................................1969 Groark, Brian....................................................... 2008

Groark, Tom................................................1979-1982 Guelker, Tim...............................................1977-1980 Guempel, Craig..........................................1981-1982 Guillo, Lou..................................................1967-1968 Hagen, Bob................................................1985-1986 Hanlon, Steve......................................................1990 Hanson, Murray...................................................1981 Harken, Ryan.............................................1999-2002 Harris, Matt.................................................2006-2008 Hartmann, Doug.........................................1994-1998 Haukeland, Par...........................................1985-1987 Hausmann, Carl.........................................1983-1986 Hausmann, Steve.......................................1987-1990 Hayden, Sonny....................................................1991 Hennessey, James.....................................1986-1989 Henry, Don..................................................1983-1987 Hensler, Myles............................................2007-2008 Henson, Tom..............................................1973-1976 Hickam, Josh.......................................................2002 Higgins, Brian.............................................1975-1978 Higgins, Brian.............................................2002-2005 Hilderbrand, Steve......................................1984-1985 Hilke, Brad..................................................1988-1990 Hines, Jaron...............................................1993-1997 Hlavaty, Brett.......................................................1993 Hodge, Dan.........................................................1969 Hodge, Nick.........................................................2000 Hoff, James................................................1968-1969 Holl, Wendell..............................................1973-1974 Holstein, Tim...............................................1973-1976 Hopping, Chris............................................2007-2008 Horan, Brian...............................................2000-2003 Horan, Matthew..........................................1999-2002 Horne, Pat..................................................1974-1975 House, Trevor......................................................2005 Howe, Gerry...............................................1973-1976 Howe, Joe..................................................1979-1980 Howe, Kevin...............................................1969-1972 Howe, Tom..................................................1968-1971 Hummert, Dave..........................................1976-1979 Hundelt, Chris.............................................1982-1985 Hundelt, Dave.............................................1976-1979 Hundelt, Kevin.....................................................1986 Huneke, Denny...........................................1969-1971 Huneke, Ed.................................................1968-1970 Huneke, Justin............................................1998-2001 Huneke, Sean.............................................2000-2003 Hunter, Jim.................................................1968-1969 Hunter, Todd...............................................1995-1998 Ignatz, Steve..............................................1970-1971 Jackson, Jim...............................................1984-1986 Jambga, Gwinyai........................................1989-1992 Jeffery, Benny.............................................2007-2008 Jenne, Jason.......................................................1989 Johnson, Chris...........................................2003-2006 Jones, Mike................................................2006-2008 Jungels, Paul.......................................................1973 Junker, Cory........................................................1995 Kappauff, Ron......................................................1977 Kelley, Mike................................................1977-1978 Kelly, Pat.....................................................2004-2006 Kenny, Chris........................................................1980 Kerkemeyer, Al...........................................1977-1978 Kersting, Jerry.....................................................1974

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All-Time Letter Winners Kersting, Jim...............................................1968-1970 Kersting, Richard........................................1969-1971 Kessen, Bob...............................................1971-1974 Kiesewetter, Mark.......................................1973-1974 Kikama, Kividi.............................................1997-1998 King, David.................................................1994-1997 Knopf, Kris..................................................1987-1990 Knopp, Chris...............................................1998-2001 Koeller, Greg..............................................1984-1985 Koeller, Hadley...........................................1974-1976 Koenig, Chris..............................................1994-1998 Kohl, Matt............................................................1969 Korbesmeyer, Andy....................................1996-1997 Kowalewski, Chester..................................1970-1973 Kroenig, Brad.............................................1998-1999 Kunz, Doug.................................................1990-1993 Kuster, Tony.........................................................1970 Kuster, Tony................................................1993-1994 Labitska, Keith.....................................................1991 Laing, Rick...........................................................1989 Lamping, John............................................2003-2005 Landmann, Roger.......................................1985-1988 Lanter, Adam..............................................2004-2007 Lauer, Todd.................................................1990-1993 Limpert, Jason............................................1991-1994 Lindsay, Tim................................................2006-2008 Little, Matt...................................................1997-1998 Livingstone, Tim..................................................1999 Lorenty, J.B..........................................................1995 Loughman, Tim...........................................1981-1984 Lucash, Chris......................................................1980 Machold, Chris....................................................1988 Maddox, Cress...........................................1998-2001 Maduekwe, Nash.................................................2008 Makowski, Greg..........................................1974-1977 Malloy, Dan.................................................1981-1984 Malloy, Matt................................................1977-1980 Malloy, Pat..................................................1978-1981 Martinez, Norman................................................ 1968 Marty, Scott.................................................1990-1993 Mason, Marc...............................................1976-1978 Matthews, John..........................................2003-2006 Maxfield, Jason..........................................1996-1997 Maxim, Mark...............................................1995-1996 Mazucca, Larry....................................................1970 McManemy, Dan.........................................1991-1994 McDaniel, Darrin.................................................. 2006 McMillian, Justin........................................1999, 2001 McNamee, Mike.........................................1967-1968 McNeil, Bill...........................................................1967 Meneghini, Matt...................................................1994 Metherd, Jeff...............................................1986-1989 Meyer, John................................................1970-1971 Meyer, Scott........................................................2007 Mikes, Tom..........................................................1987 Minnis, Rob.........................................................2005 Mishalow, Gene..........................................1973-1976 Mishalow, George.......................................1978-1981 Modde, Greg..............................................1972-1973 Modeer, Eric......................................1996,1998-2000 Monhan, Jerry.....................................................1970 Moneypenny, Paul............................................... 1969 Moran, Mark...............................................1973-1976

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Mosier, Dan................................................2001-2004 Mueller, William...................................................1970 Mulqueeny, Sean........................................1981-1982 Murphy, Bill.................................................1987-1989 Mwendapole, David............................................. 2001 Mwongo, Morris..........................................1978-1979 Najjar, Afif............................................................2005 Neary, Tom..........................................................1970 Neitzert, Richard.........................................1970-1971 Nemnich, Matt............................................1991-1992 Ngonyani, Mike....................................................2002 Niebruegge, John.......................................1999-2000 Nighosian, Leo....................................................1968 Nischbach, Jim...........................................1987-1990 Nitz, Gary....................................................1968-1969 Norton, Rich........................................................1967 Novak, Mike................................................1995-1996 Nunamaker, William............................................ 1999 O’Banion, Trey.....................................................1991 O’Brien, Kyle.......................................................2008 O’Fallon, Shawn.........................................1987-1989 O’Keefe, Dan..............................................1980-1983 O’Sullivan, Dan...........................................1973-1974 Pacheco, Victor..........................................2003-2006 Paz, Dave............................................................1985 Peck, Andy..........................................................1996 Persson, Mattias..................................................1996 Petersmith, Jared.......................................2002-2003 Petersmith, Joshua.................................... 1999, 2001 Pettigrew, Bill..............................................1985-1986 Pickford, Marshall................................................ 1978 Pierce, Justin..............................................2002-2003 Poch, Manuel......................................................2002 Pohl, Craig...........................................................1994 Pollihan, Steve....................................................1968 Pryor, Mike..........................................................1997 Purnell, Clark.......................................................1999 Putnam, Tim...............................................1971-1972 Range, Steve..............................................1986-1988 Rapoff, Justin.......................................................2002 Redman, Nick......................................................1997 Reed, Jerry.................................................1994-1997 Reiniger, Joe..............................................1989-1992 Reis, Derek.................................................1990-1992 Renaud, Bill................................................1971-1973 Reutebuch, Dennis.....................................1970-1971 Richardson, Bret.........................................1999-2003 Richardson, Chad................................................ 1998 Richardson, Josh........................................1999-2002 Richter, Bill..........................................................1967 Richter, Josh........................................................1993 Ridder, Bob.................................................2005-2008 Rique, Addae.......................................................2003 Robson, Bob...............................................1975-1978 Rodriguez, Ramon.............................................. 1998 Roy, Randy.................................................2006-2008 Ryan, Edward.............................................1970-1973 Sadl, Jayme................................................1986-1989 St. Gemme, Jason............................................... 1991 Schaffering, John........................................1973-1976 Schallert, Joe..............................................1987-1990 Schell, Steve..............................................1979-1983 Schmidt, Larry............................................1968-1971

Schmidt, Steve...........................................1968-1970 Schnefke, William.......................................1973-1976 Schneider, James................................................1999 Schott, Ray..........................................................1968 Sciortino, Gino.....................................................1988 Seim, Norm.................................................1970-1971 Sheehan, Donny.........................................1999-2000 Siegel, Matthew..........................................2003-2005 Signaigo, Ralph...................................................1968 Singleton, Steve.........................................1997-1998 Smallwood, Mike........................................1972-1975 Snyder, Darren...........................................1993-1997 Stallings, Bill...............................................1981-1984 Stedman, Randy.........................................1991-1993 Stephens, Ernest.................................................1967 Stevens, Jeff........................................................1998 Stevenson, Stuart................................................1979 Still, Kristian.........................................................1998 Stocker, Steve............................................1985-1986 Stoddart, Ryan...........................................1998-2001 Stone, Jim...........................................................1990 Stone, John................................................1983-1986 Stone, Tom.................................................1987-1990 Stranz, Jim.................................................1968-1971 Stremlau, John...........................................1972-1975 Stremlau, Leo.............................................1969-1970 Takami, Yuzuru...........................................1999-2002 Taylor, Austin..............................................1969-1970 Taylor, Scott.........................................................1998 Thibodeau, Kevin.......................................2004-2006 Thomas, Cal...............................................2000-2003 Thomure, Joe.............................................1991-1994 Thornberry, Rob..........................................1994-1997 Tighe, Tim...................................................1967-1968 Toedebusch, Len.................................................1975 Towers, Rick........................................................1978 Tracy, Matt..................................................1982-1983 Trittschuh, Steve.........................................1983-1986 Trushel, Terry..............................................1977-1980 Truty, Luke...........................................................1992 Turkington, Jason.......................................1993-1996 Twellman, Jack.................................................... 2008 Twellman, Mike...........................................1979-1982 Twellman, Tim............................................1973-1976 Twellman, Tom............................................1970-1973 Van Dillon, Rich...................................................1968 Van Dyke, Steve..................................................1996 Velten, Tim..................................................2002-2003 Villa, Greg...................................................1975-1976 Wagener, Dan.............................................1977-1978 Walker, Ken.........................................................1967 Walsh, James.............................................1967-1968 Walton, Bret................................................1987-1990 Watters, Tim...............................................1972-1974 Weir, Tim.....................................................2006-2008 Weissenborn, Dave.............................................1990 Wilhelm, Ryan............................................2007-2008 Wismann, Bruce.........................................1973-1974 Woodrome, Dave.................................................1998 Zacheis, John.............................................1974-1977 Zaegel, Mike...............................................2004-2006 Zakrzewski, Pete........................................1967-1968 Zorumski, Dennis................................................1967

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All-Americans Player

Position

Team

Year

Player

Position

Team

Year

Jack Blake

Forward

NA

1970

Bill Stallings

Forward

Third

1984

John Carenza

Forward

NA

1970

Steve Trittschuh

Back

Third

1985

John Carenza

Forward

NA

1971

Steve Trittschuh

Back

First

1986

Vince Fassi

Back

Second

1972

Matt Little

Midfield

First

1997

Tom Galati

Back

Second

1973

Justin McMillian

Midfield

First

2001

John Stremlau

Back

NA

1973

Chris Camacho

Back

Third

2002

John Stremlau

Back

NA

1975

Addae Rique

Midfielder

First

2003

Chris Carenza

Forward

NA

1974

Cal Thomas

Forward

First

2003

Bob Kessen

Midfield

NA

1974

Tim Velten

Back

Third

2003

Greg Makowski

Back

NA

1975

Michael Burgund

Back

Second

2004

John Stremlau

Midfield

NA

1975

Mike Banner

Forward

First

2005

Greg Makowski

Back

NA

1976

Kevin Thibodeau

Back

Second

2005

Greg Makowski

Back

NA

1977

John Matthews

Midfield

Third

2006

Mike Kelley

Midfield

NA

1978

Greg Crook

Goalkeeper

Second

2007

Tom Groark

Back

First

1981

Zach Bauer

Defender

Third

2007

Ed Gettemeier Goalkeeper

Third

1982

Randy Roy

Midfield

Second

2007

Chris Hundelt

Third

1983

Dustin Attarian

Forward

Second

2007

Midfield

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Dustin Attarian 2nd NSCAA

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Cougars in the Pros Below is a list of the players who were drafted and/or played on the professional level after leaving SIUE. Player Mike Banner Bruce Bellinger Rick Benben Bob Bozada Chris Cacciatore Jeff Cacciatore Steve Cacciatore Chris Carenza John Carenza Tim Clark Chris Damico John Deinowski Dave Delphus Mark Downar Don Ebert Tom Galati Ed Gettemeier Tim Groark Tim Guelker Tom Henson Brian Higgins Joe Howe Tom Howe Dave Hummert Chris Hundelt Dave Hundelt Kevin Hundelt

Played for/Drafted By Chicago Fire Minnesota (MISL) Atlanta Minnesota Rochester Ft. Lauderdale Rochester San Antonio St. Louis Minnesota Kansas City St. Louis Stars Minnesota St. Louis Stars New York Philadelphia Kansas City (MISL) Montreal (NASL) St. Louis (MISL) Buffalo St. Louis Stars Indianapolis Atlanta St. Louis Stars Los Angeles St. Louis Steamers Houston St. Louis Steamers

Joe Reiniger

Greg Makowski

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Player Mike Kelley Bobby Kessen Andy Korbesmeyer Chester Kowalewski Todd Lauer Matt Little Greg Makowski Scott Marty Matt Malloy Dan McManemy Justin McMillian Greg Mishalow Mark Moran Dan O’Keefe Joe Reiniger Addae Rique Bob Robson Darren Snyder Bill Stallings John Stone John Stremlau Cal Thomas Steve Trittschuh Mike Twellman Tim Twellman Tom Twellman Greg Villa John Zacheis

Played For/Drafted By Dallas Dallas St. Louis Ambush Denver St. Louis Ambush St. Louis Ambush Colorado St. Louis Ambush Phoenix (MISL) St. Louis Knights St. Louis Ambush Washington Kicks Kansas City (MISL) St. Louis Ambush St. Louis Steamers Atlanta St. Louis Ambush St. Louis Ambush (MISL) Wichita (MISL) Dallas St. Louis Steamers St. Louis (MISL) St. Louis (MISL) Stars Stars Kicks --

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NCAA Tournament Results 1969

1977 (Third Place)

2001 (National Semifinalist)

Saint Louis 4 - SIUE 0

SIUE 3 - Indiana 2 (OT)

SIUE 2 - Lewis 0

SIUE 3 - Cleveland State 2 (OT)

SIUE 1 - Ashland 0

1970

San Francisco 2 - SIUE 1 (OT)

Tampa 2 - SIUE 1 OT

SIUE 6 - Cleveland State 0

SIUE 3 - Brown 2

Saint Louis 2 - SIUE 1

2003 1978

SIUE 1 - Rockhurst 1 (win on PKs)

1971

SIUE 3 - Saint Louis 2 (3 OT)

at Truman State 5 - SIUE 2

SIUE 2 - Akron 0

Indiana 2 - SIUE 0

Saint Louis 3 - SIUE 1

2004 (Runner-Up) 1979 (National Champions)

SIUE 3 - Wisconsin=Parkside 1

1972 (National Champions)

SIUE 2 - Saint Louis 1

at SIUE 3 - Tusculum 2

SIUE 3 - Akron 2

SIUE 2 - Southern Methodist 1

SIUE 4 - UNC-Pembroke 1

SIUE 4 - Baltimore 1

SIUE 4 - San Francisco 0

Seattle 2 - SIUE 1

SIUE 1 - Oneonta 0

SIUE 2 - Penn State 1 SIUE 3 - Clemson 2

2005 (National Semifinalist) SIUE 0 - Truman State 0 (win on PKs)

1973 SIUE 3 - Northern Illinois 0

1980

at SIUE 1 - Carson-Newman 0

Saint Louis 3 - SIUE 0

Southern Methodist 2 - SIUE 0

Franklin-Pierce 1 - SIUE 0

1974

1981

2006

SIUE 2 - Indiana 0

Eastern Illinois 2 - SIUE 1

at SIUE 6 - Mercyhurst 1

Saint Louis 2 - SIUE 1 (3 OT)

Northern Kentucky 3 - SIUE 2 OT 1982 (National Semifinalist)

1975 (Runner-Up)

SIUE 1 - North Texas State 0

2007

SIUE 3 - Cleveland State 2

SIUE 1 - San Francisco 0

at SIUE 2 - Lewis 1

SIUE 2 - Saint Louis 1

Indiana 1 - SIUE 0

Northern Kentucky 1 - SIUE 0

SIUE 3 - Howard 1 San Francisco 4 - SIUE 0

1997 Truman State 2 - SIUE 1

1976 SIUE 1 - Saint Louis 0 Indiana 1 - SIUE 0

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1972, 1979 National Champions

1972

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville won the first-ever college division national championship, defeating Oneonta College 1-0 in the title game. SIUE went undefeated that season for an 11-0-3 mark. The three ties came from rivals Western Illinois, Saint Louis and Akron. The tie to Akron was quickly avenged in the opening game of the NCAA Championships as the Cougars rolled to a 3-2 win. Chris Carenza, the brother of SIUE’s all-time leading scorer John Carenza, posted 12 goals and three assists to lead the Cougars. Tom Twellman, who had four goals and two assists, was named SIUE’s Most Valuable Athlete. Kevin Howe would be named the team MVP. In goal, Rick Benben allowed just 10 goals and grabbed 85 saves.

1979

Proving that friends could together win a national championship, SIUE grabbed its only NCAA Division I crown behind a plethora of talented players, many of whom moved on to highly-successful professional careers. It was the second national title for future Hall of Fame Coach Bob Guelker. The crafty coach got a hat trick in the championship game from Matt Malloy as SIUE defeated Clemson 3-2 for the title. After winning its first two games, SIUE lost its next two at Seattle Pacific and San Francisco. There was team dissension, but the Cougars rallied to go undefeated in its next 20 games, a school record. One of SIUE’s all-time best goal scorers, Don Ebert, scored a school-record 22 goals that season and added 10 assists. Malloy had 11 goals but didn’t get into double-digit scoring until the title game. SIUE also had outstanding goalkeeping, with Ed Gettemeier and Mark Downar sharing time in the nets. Downar allowed 11 goals and Gettemeier gave up just nine. For Bob Guelker, it also was special to have his son, Tim, on the team. His three assists to Malloy in the championship game made Dad proud. The Cougars ran the tables on college soccer’s premier teams. Saint Louis was defeated in the first round of the playoffs 2-1 at what would later be renamed Bob Guelker Field. SIUE followed with a 2-0 win over Southern Methodist and a 4-2 revenge victory over San Francisco. The Cougars then took Penn State 2-1 and closed it all with the victory over Clemson. After the season, many continued to play for SIUE. Others moved on. Thirteen players would eventually play soccer professionally, a sign of just how good this team really was.

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SIUE Athletics Hall of Fame 1972 Men’s Soccer

SIUE won the first-ever college division national championship, defeating Oneonta College 1-0 in the title game. SIUE, under Hall of Fame Coach Bob Guelker, went undefeated with an 11-0-3 record. Chris Carenza, who scored the game-winning goal in the national title game, led the team with 12 goals and three assists. Tom Twellman, who had four goals and two assists, was named SIUE’s Most Valuable Athlete. Kevin Howe was named the team’s Most Valuable Player. The other valuable players for the 1972 men’s soccer team were John Stremlau, Steve Cacciatore, Greg Modde, Dennis Driscoll, Tom Galati, Bob Kessen, Tim Putnam, Joe Gallagher, Steve Elliott, Bill Renaud, Mike Boland, Vince Fassi, Bill Barron, Norman Seim, Rick Benben, and Chester Kowalewski.

Chris Carenza

Jack Blake

The leading scorer for the men’s soccer Cougars in 1972 and 1974, Carenza currently ranks No. 3 on the all-time scoring list with 46 goals and 14 assists. An All-American in 1974, Carenza scored the game-winning goal for the Cougars in the 1972 national championship game for the Cougars.

Scored 25 goals and 15 assists for the SIUE men’s soccer team from 1978 to 1980. He joined John Carenza in 1970 as the first All-Americans in men’s soccer for SIUE and also was a member of the U.S. Olympic team pool heading into the 1972 Olympics.

John Stremlau

John Carenza

A stabilizing force in the Cougar midfield, John Stremlau played on four consecutive NCAA Tournament teams from 1972 to 1975. The 1972 team won the NCAA Division II national championship with Stremlau as the second-leading scorer on the team as a freshman.

Scored a school-record 71 goals and 29 assists in his SIUE men’s soccer career, marks that have stood for more than 30 years. An All-American in 1970 and 1971, Carenza was a member of the 1972 U.S. Olympic Team.

Tom Twellman

Tom Howe

A true multi-sport standout, Tom Twellman was equally as comfortable on the soccer field as he was on the baseball field, garnering All-American honors in both sports. As a Cougar, Twellman led the SIUE baseball team in hitting his junior season (.352) and senior season (.367). Twellman helped SIUE to eight NCAA Tournament appearances in the two sports.

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The Most Valuable Player of the 1969 season, Tom Howe helped SIUE usher in the beginning of 14 consecutive NCAA appearances. Playing on three straight NCAA-bound teams, Howe scored 13 goals and added 19 assists in his four seasons as a midfielder and a forward.

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SIUE Athletics Hall of Fame 1979 Men’s Soccer

SIUE earned the 1979 NCAA Division I crown behind a plethora of talented players for Hall of Fame Coach Bob Guelker. Matt Malloy scored a hat trick as SIUE defeated Clemson 3-2 in the national championship game in Tampa, Fla. The 1979 men’s soccer team includes Assistant Coach Rick Benben, Don Ebert, Tim Guelker, Ed Gettemeier, Mark Downar, Bob Bozada, Jeff Cacciatore, Tuaya Chiwanga, Tim Clark, Tom Groark, Joe Howe, Dave Hummert, Dave Hundelt, Pat Malloy, George Mishalow, Morris Mwongo, Steve Schell, Stuart Stevenson, Terry Trushel, and Mike Twellman.

Greg Makowski

A three-time, first team All-American (1975-1977) for the Cougars, Greg Makowski led SIUE to a secondplace finish and a national semifinal in four seasons. Makowski later was the team captain of the U.S. Olympic Soccer team from 1977 to 1981 and a member of the U.S. national team from 1978 to 1982. The first player selected in the 1978 NASL draft by the Colorado Caribous, Makowski played for several professional teams and was an MISL All-Star from 1983-1985 with the Kansas City Comets.

Rick Benben

Rick Benben was a major reason for SIUE establishing a tradition of excellence for men’s soccer. He is one of the links between SIUE’s two national titles. Benben was the starting goalkeeper on the 1972 NCAA Division II national championship team and was the assistant coach for Bob Guelker on the 1979 NCAA Division I national championship team.

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Ed Gettemeier A member of the national championship men’s soccer team in 1979, Ed Gettemeier went on to set the school record for shutouts with 20 in his goalkeeping career from 1979 to 1982. In the national championship season, Gettemeier was named the Bronze Boot Most Valuable Player. Gettemeier capped his career with All-American honors and the Senior Bowl MVP award after leading the Cougars to four consecutive NCAA appearances, including a Final Four in 1982.

Coach Bob Guelker

Coach Bob Guelker laid the foundation for the tradition of men’s soccer at SIUE. Almost immediately, Guelker transformed a new program into a perennial winner. He became the first coach in collegiate soccer history to win both an NCAA Division II championship (1972) and an NCAA Division I championship (1979) at the same school. Guelker, the United States coach for the 1972 Olympic team, compiled a Soccer Hall of Fame resume with a record of 311-77-26.

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Career Scoring Through 2008 Season

# Name 1. John Carenza 2. Don Ebert 3. Chris Carenza 4. Joe Reiniger 5. Victor Pacheco 6. John Stremlau 7. Bill Stallings 8. Jim Nischbach 9. Tim Twellman 10. John Stone 10. Scott Marty 10. Darren Snyder 13. Tim Guelker 14. Dan Malloy 15. Matt Little 15. Matt Malloy 17. Jack Blake 18. Justin McMillian 19. Dan O’Keefe 20. Steve Gauvain 20. Greg Villa 22. Yuzuru Takami 23. Jim Jackson 24. Cal Thomas 25. Pete Cacciatore 25. Mike Banner 27. Bruce Bellinger 28. Tom Stone 28. Brian Higgins 30. Justin Huneke 31. Tom Howe 32. Greg Makowski 33. Todd Hunter 33. Dustin Attarian 33. Mark Moran 36. Steve Hausmann 36. Jaron Hines 38. Ross Beveridge 38. Chris Cacciatore 40. John Matthews 40. Jim Appelbaum 40. Jeff Cacciatore 38

G 71 52 46 37 29 33 39 32 27 30 27 28 27 24 26 23 25 25 27 22 23 20 22 19 15 18 16 16 15 19 13 17 16 18 18 14 16 17 16 15 10 11

A 29 22 14 19 34 25 12 19 22 15 21 19 19 21 14 20 15 11 4 13 11 15 9 14 21 15 16 15 17 8 19 10 11 7 7 14 10 8 9 10 20 18

Pts 171 126 106 93 92 91 90 83 76 75 75 75 73 69 66 66 65 61 58 57 57 55 53 52 51 51 48 47 47 46 45 44 43 43 43 42 42 41 41 40 40 40

Year 1968-1972 1977-1979 1970-1974 1989-1992 2003-2006 1972-1975 1981-1984 1987-1990 1973-1976 1983-1986 1990-1993 1993-1997 1977-1980 1981-1984 1997-1998 1977-1980 1968-1970 1999, 2001 1980-1983 1980-1983 1975-1976 1999-2002 1984-1986 2000-2003 2002-2005 2004-2006 1981-1984 1987-1990 2002-2005 1998-2001 1968-1971 1974-1977 1995-1998 2006-2007 1973-1976 1987-1990 1993-1997 2004-2007 1972-1975 2003-2006 1984-1987 1976-1979

# Name 43. John Deinowski 43. Addae Rique 45. Bob Bozada 46. Steve Cacciatore 46. Jerry Reed 46. Kevin Thibodeau 49. Steve Trittschuh 49. Mike Gauvain 49. David Mwendapole 52. Kevin Bielicki 52. Tom Twellman 52. Joe Thomure 55. Pete Zakrzewski 56. Chris Garofalo 57. Matthew Horan 58. Pat Malloy 58. Steve Stocker 60. Adam Lanter 60. Josh Hickam 60. Mike Ngonyani 63. Tim Collico 63. Fred Faucett 63. Tim Holstein 66. Eric Modeer 67. Tim Loughman 67. Jayme Sadl 67. Doug Kunz 70. Steve Schell 70. Jason Maxfield 70. Brad Kroenig 73. Bobby Kessen 73. Tom Groark 75. John Gates 75. Mike Brown 75. Justin Bernaix 78. Dave Hundelt 78. Jason Turkington 80. Tim Amlong 80. Mickey Conway 80. Matt Nemnich 80. Brandon Gibbs 80. Leo Bourneuf

G 14 14 12 12 12 12 12 10 12 15 10 10 11 9 4 6 9 8 12 12 10 8 10 7 9 9 9 8 8 9 7 6 9 7 7 9 8 7 3 3 6 5

A 10 10 13 12 12 12 11 15 11 4 14 14 9 12 21 16 10 10 2 2 5 11 5 11 6 6 6 7 7 5 8 10 3 7 7 2 4 5 13 13 7 9

Pts 38 38 37 36 36 36 35 35 35 34 34 34 31 30 29 28 28 26 26 26 25 25 25 25 24 24 24 23 23 23 22 22 21 21 21 20 20 19 19 19 19 19

Year 1968-1971 2003 1977-1979 1972-1975 1994-1997 2004-2006 1983-1986 1980-1983 2001 2006-2007 1973-1976 1991-1993 1967-1968 1990-1992 1999-2002 1978-1981 1985-1986 2004-05, ‘07 2002 2002 2004-2005 1968-1970 1973-1976 1996, ‘98-’00 1981-1984 1986-1989 1990-1993 1979-1983 1996-1997 1998-1999 1971-1974 1979-1982 1983-1986 1983-1986 1997-1999 1976-1979 1993-1996 1985-1986 1968-1970 1991-1992 1999-2000 1980-82, 84

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Records Team Records (Season) Most Shots: .............................................................................. 631 (1975) Fewest Shots: ........................................................................... 120 (1967) Most Shots in a Game: ............................................................... 78 (1971) Most Shots/Game: ................................................................... 40.6 (1974) Fewest Shots/Game: ............................................................... 10.3 (1982) Most Goals: ................................................................................ 65 (2001) Most Assists: .............................................................................. 63 (1997) Fewest goals allowed: .................................................................. 4 (1974) Most Points: .............................................................................. 191 (1997)

John Carenza, center

Most Saves: .......................................................... 138 (1979, 1993, 2000) Most Shutouts: ........................................................................... 13 (2005) Consecutive Wins: ............................................................ 15 (1997, 2003) Consecutive games without a loss: ............................................ 20 (1979) Consecutive games without a loss (span of seasons): .........24 (1972-73) Consecutive shutouts: ................................................................ 10 (1973) Consecutive shutouts over a span of seasons: . ................... 11 (1972-73)

Single-Game Individual Records Chris Carenza

Goals: ................................................................... 5, John Carenza (1970) Shots: .................................................................14, Chris Carenza (1974) Saves: .............................................................. 18, Shawn O’Fallon (1989)

Single-Game Team Records Goals: .................................................................... 13, Jacksonville (1971) Assists:................................................10, Southeast Missouri State (1985) Goals allowed: ............................................. 7, Southern Methodist (1989) Shots: .................................................................... 78, Jacksonville (1971)

Attendance Records 20,112* Saint Louis (1973) 22,512* Saint Louis (1980) Rick Benben makes a save at old Busch Stadium www.siuecougars.com

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SIUE Leaders by Season Year

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

1967

Pete Zakrzewski 34

Pete Zakrzewski 10

Rich Van Dillion

6

Pete Zakrzewski

25 N/A

1968

John Carenza

42

John Carenza

15

John Carenza

11

John Carenza

41 N/A

1969

John Carenza

81

John Carenza

20

Mickey Conway

8

John Carenza

45 James Stranz

51

1970

N/A

John Carenza

15

John Carenza

7

John Carenza

37 Rick Benben

79

1971

John Carenza

94

John Carenza

21

Tom Howe

8

John Carenza

48 Rick Benben

67

1972

Chris Carenza

125

Chris Carenza

12

Steve Cacciatore

4

Chris Carenza

27 Rick Benben

84

1973

John Stremlau

70

John Stremlau

11

John Stremlau

7

John Stremlau

29 Chester Kowalewski 101

Tom Galati

70

1974

Chris Carenza

144

Chris Carenza

16

John Stremlau

7

Chris Carenza

37 Mark Kiesewetter

64

1975

Greg Villa

121

Tim Twellman

12

Tim Twellman

11

Tim Twellman

35 Bob Robson

78

1976

Greg Villa

117

Greg Villa

14

Tim Twellman

11

Greg Villa

31 Bob Robson

99

1977

Greg Makowski 89

Don Ebert

14

Don Ebert

6

Don Ebert

34 Bob Robson

84

Jeff Cacciatore

6

1978

Don Ebert

16

Tim Guelker

8

Don Ebert

Matt Malloy

8

1979

Don Ebert

162

Don Ebert

22

Don Ebert

10

Don Ebert

54 Ed Gettemeier

76

1980

Tim Guelker

79

Tim Guelker

10

Mike Gauvain

5

Tim Guelker

24 Mark Downar

77

1981

Bill Stallings

33

Dan Malloy

12

Pat Malloy

7

Dan Malloy

24 Ed Gettemeier

64

1982

Dan O’Keefe

35

Dan O’Keefe

13

Steve Gauvain

8

Dan O’Keefe

27 Ed Gettemeier

122

1983

Bill Stallings

46

Bill Stallings

9

Dan Malloy

7

Bill Stallings

21 Dave Cappetta

82

1984

Bill Stallings

67

Bill Stallings

14

Dan Malloy

6

Bill Stallings

33 Dave Cappetta

83

1985

John Stone

81

John Stone

14

Steve Stocker

9

John Stone

34 Mike England

82

1986

John Stone

54

John Stone

11

John Stone

7

John Stone

29 Mike England

71

Jim Appelbaum

7

1987

Jim Jackson

60

Jim Jackson

10

Jim Appelbaum

10

Jim Jackson

24 Steve Range

43

1988

Jim Nischbach

41

Jim Nischbach

10

Brad Hilke

4

Jim Nischbach

22 Steve Range

92

1989

Joe Reiniger

58

Joe Reiniger

11

Jim Nischbach

6

Jim Nischbach

26 Chris Damico

34

1990

Scott Marty

44

Joe Reiniger

8

Jim Nischbach

8

Jim Nischbach

22 Derek Reis

60

1991

Scott Marty

81

Scott Marty

10

Joe Reiniger

9

Scott Marty

28 Derek Reis

71

1992

Joe Reiniger

50

Joe Reiniger

9

Matt Nemnich

11

Scott Marty

24 Derek Reis

53

Scott Marty

9

40

137

Don Ebert

Saves

36 Bob Robson

77

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SIUE Leaders by Season Year

Shots

Goals

Assists

Points

1993

Scott Marty

31

Jason Limpert

4

Three tied with

3

Darren Snyder

9 Derek Reis

Darren Snyder

4

Joe Thomure

9

1994

Jeff Deist

40

Jeff Deist

7

Jaron Hines

7

Jeff Deist

18 Doug Fox

127

1995

David Gee

35

David Gee

4

David Gee

5

David Gee

13 Doug Fox

99

1996

Darren Snyder

66

Darren Snyder

12

Darren Snyder

8

Darren Snyder

32 Andy Korbesmeyer 93

1997

Matt Little

64

Matt Little

13

Matt Little

11

Matt Little

37 Andy Korbesmeyer 99

1998

Matt Little

59

Matt Little

13

Matt Little

4

Matt Little

30 Chris Koenig

40

1999

Brad Kroenig

2000

Brandon Gibbs

2001

David Mwendapole 75

2002

Mike Ngonyani

2003

Saves 125

Todd Hunter

4

47

Justin McMillian

9

Matthew Horan

5

Justin McMillian

21 Donny Sheehan

60

53

Brandon Gibbs

6

Brandon Gibbs

7

Brandon Gibbs

19 Donny Sheehan

47

Justin McMillian 16

David Mwendapole

11

Justin McMillian

40 Matt Evers

65

Matthew Horan

11

Mike Ngonyani

12

Pete Cacciatore

8

Mike Ngonyani

26 Matt Evers

Josh Hickam

12

Josh Hickam

26

Victor Pacheco

94

Addae Rique

14

Addae Rique

10

Addae Rique

38 Bret Richardson

78

2004

Mike Banner

66

Victor Pacheco

7

Victor Pacheco

10

Victor Pacheco

24 Nicholas Frasca

57

2005

Mike Banner

71

Mike Banner

6

Victor Pacheco

6

Victor Pacheco

30 Nicholas Frasca

41

2006

Mike Banner

59

Dustin Attarian

8

Victor Pacheco

11

Dustin Attarian

22 Greg Crook

36

2007

Kevin Bielicki

37

Dustin Attarian

10

Bob Ridder

6

Dustin Attarian

21 Greg Crook

56

2008

Jack Twellman 31

Jack Twellman

4

Bob Ridder

2

Jack Twellman

9

51

Chris Anzalone

4

Myles Hensler

2

62

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71

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Year-By-Year Results 1967 (3-3) Blackburn ..........................................................W 4-1 Harris Teachers .................................................. L 3-0 Greenville ........................................................... L 3-2 Westminster ......................................................W 6-3 Missouri-St. Louis . ............................................W 6-0 Greenville ........................................................... L 2-1 1968 (10-0-0) Westminster ......................................................W 7-1 at Eastern Illinois ...............................................W 3-2 at Washington (Mo.) .........................................W 3-0 at Harris Teachers .............................................W 3-0 Lewis .................................................................W 7-1 Blackburn ..........................................................W 7-2 Greenville ........................................................W 10-1 Quincy ...............................................................W 2-1 at Illinois-Chicago ..............................................W 3-0 Missouri-St. Louis . ............................................W 4-0 1969 (10-1-1) Blackburn ..........................................................W 6-1 at Akron .............................................................W 3-1 !Indiana . ............................................................W 6-1 at Lewis .............................................................W 5-0 at Quincy ............................................................ T 3-3 Harris Teachers ............................................... W 11-1 at Greenville ......................................................W 8-0 Eastern Illinois ...................................................W 3-2 Washington .......................................................W 5-0 Illinois-Chicago ..................................................W 3-1 at Missouri-St. Louis . ........................................W 2-1 *Saint Louis ........................................................ L 4-0 *NCAA Tournament 1970 (9-3-0) at Illinois-Chicago ..............................................W 2-1 Akron ................................................................W 3-0 at Rockhurst ......................................................W 3-1 Quincy ................................................................ L 1-0 Missouri-St. Louis . ............................................W 4-1 British Columbia ................................................W 3-1 !South Florida ...................................................W 6-0 Saint Louis ......................................................... L 3-1 at Eastern Illinois ...............................................W 4-1 Harris Teachers .................................................W 3-0 **Cleveland State .............................................W 6-0 **Saint Louis ...................................................... L 2-1 **NCAA Tournament 1971 (10-2-1) at Ottawa ...........................................................W 2-0 Akron .................................................................W 4-0 Rockhurst ..........................................................W 5-2 Illinois-Chicago ................................................... T 1-1 at Missouri-St. Louis . ........................................W 3-0 Eastern Illinois ...................................................W 3-0 at Quincy ...........................................................W 1-0 Jacksonville .....................................................W 13-0 Wisconsin-Parkside . .........................................W 7-0 at Saint Louis ..................................................... L 2-1

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South Florida .....................................................W 3-1 *Akron . ..............................................................W 2-0 *Saint Louis ....................................................... L 3-1 *NCAA Tournament 1972 (11-0-3) at Wisconsin-Parkside . .....................................W 6-0 at Rockhurst ......................................................W 3-2 at Illinois-Chicago ..............................................W 5-0 *Western Illinois . ................................................ T 1-1 *at Northern Illinois ............................................W 2-0 Missouri-St. Louis . ............................................W 2-0 Michigan State . .................................................W 4-1 Quincy ...............................................................W 1-0 Saint Louis ......................................................... T 1-1 at Akron.............................................................. T 2-2 Eastern Illinois ...................................................W 3-0 **Akron ..............................................................W 3-2 **Baltimore ........................................................W 4-1 **Oneonta . ........................................................W 1-0 *Governor’s Cup**NCAA Tournament 1973 (11-2-1) at Akron .............................................................W 2-0 Rockhurst ..........................................................W 1-0 California State-Fullerton . .................................W 5-0 Illinois-Chicago ..................................................W 9-0 at Quincy ...........................................................W 2-0 *at Eastern Illinois . ............................................W 1-0 *Northern Illinois ................................................W 1-0 at Missouri-St. Louis . ......................................... T 0-0 at Michigan State . .............................................W 2-0 Blackburn ..........................................................W 3-0 Saint Louis ......................................................... L 1-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ......................................W 5-0 **Northern Illinois . .............................................W 3-0 **Saint Louis . ..................................................... L 3-0 *Governor’s Cup**NCAA Tournament 1974 (12-3) at Air Force ........................................................W 6-0 at Colorado College . .........................................W 2-0 Akron .................................................................W 5-0 at Rockhurst ......................................................W 3-2 at Blackburn ......................................................W 2-0 at Illinois-Chicago ..............................................W 4-1 *Western Illinois . ................................................ L 5-4 *Northern Illinois ................................................W 4-0 Missouri-St. Louis . ............................................W 3-1 Alabama-Huntsville ...........................................W 3-0 Quincy ................................................................ L 1-0 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ..................................W 5-2 Saint Louis ........................................................W 1-0 **Indiana ...........................................................W 2-0 **Saint Louis (3 OT) ........................................... L 2-1 *Governor’s Cup**NCAA Tournament 1975 (14-4) at Florida International . .....................................W 4-0 at Clemson ......................................................... L 2-1 at Akron .............................................................W 5-4

Rockhurst ..........................................................W 1-0 Blackburn ..........................................................W 3-0 Illinois-Chicago ..................................................W 2-1 UCLA .................................................................W 4-0 *Eastern Illinois . ................................................. L 1-0 *at Western Illinois . ...........................................W 5-0 at Missouri-St. Louis . ........................................W 4-2 at Quincy (OT) . .................................................. L 6-3 Benedictine . ......................................................W 5-1 Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ......................................W 7-0 Saint Louis ........................................................W 2-1 **Cleveland State ..............................................W 3-2 **Saint Louis .....................................................W 2-1 **Howard ...........................................................W 3-1 **San Francisco . ................................................ L 4-0 *Governor’s Cup**NCAA Tournament 1976 (12-4) at New York-Albany ...........................................W 3-0 Akron .................................................................W 5-2 at Rockhurst ......................................................W 4-1 at Blackburn ....................................................W 10-0 Clemson (OT) . ................................................... L 4-2 *at Northern Illinois ............................................W 2-0 *Western Illinois . ...............................................W 4-1 Missouri-St. Louis . ............................................W 3-2 Air Force . ..........................................................W 2-1 at Quincy ............................................................ L 1-0 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ..................................W 5-0 at Illinois-Chicago ..............................................W 3-0 Saint Louis . ........................................................ L 1-0 **Saint Louis . ....................................................W 2-1 **Indiana . ........................................................... L 1-0 *Governor’s Cup **NCAA Tournament 1977 (12-4-1) at Connecticut .................................................... L 4-0 at Rhode Island .................................................W 3-0 at Bridgeport . ....................................................W 2-0 Rockhurst ..........................................................W 5-0 Illinois-Chicago ..................................................W 8-0 Benedictine . ......................................................W 5-0 *at Eastern Illinois . ............................................W 3-2 *Western Illinois . ................................................ T 1-1 at Missouri-St. Louis . ......................................... L 1-0 at Quincy............................................................W 2-1 at Akron .............................................................W 2-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ....................................... L 3-2 Saint Louis ........................................................W 3-2 **Indiana (4OT) .................................................W 3-2 **Cleveland State (3OT) . ..................................W 3-2 **San Francisco (OT) ......................................... L 2-1 Brown ................................................................W 3-2 *Governor’s Cup**NCAA Tournament 1978 (14-3-1) at Southern Methodist .......................................W 4-1 at North Texas (OT)............................................. T 2-2 at Hartwick . .......................................................W 5-0 at Penn State . .................................................... L 2-0 at Rockhurst ......................................................W 3-1

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2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Year-By-Year Results at Benedictine . ..................................................W 3-0 Missouri-St. Louis . ............................................W 7-0 *Northern Illinois ................................................W 4-0 *Eastern Illinois . ................................................W 1-0 Akron .................................................................W 6-0 Quincy (OT) ......................................................W 3-2 Covenant ...........................................................W 5-0 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ..................................W 2-0 at Illinois-Chicago ..............................................W 3-2 Saint Louis ......................................................... L 1-0 Bowling Green State .........................................W 4-1 **Saint Louis (3OT) ...........................................W 3-2 **Indiana . ........................................................... L 2-0 *Governor’s Cup**NCAA Tournament 1979 (19-2-3) at Simon Fraser . ...............................................W 4-1 at Washington ...................................................W 6-0 at Seattle Pacific . ............................................... L 2-1 at San Francisco ................................................ L 3-2 at Santa Clara (OT) ...........................................W 2-1 at UCLA .............................................................W 2-0 Rockhurst (OT) . ................................................W 1-0 North Texas .......................................................W 5-0 Evansville (OT) . ................................................. T 2-2 at Missouri-St. Louis (OT) .................................. T 1-1 *at Western Illinois . ...........................................W 3-0 *Eastern Illinois . ................................................W 3-0 at Bowling Green State .....................................W 4-2 at Akron .............................................................W 2-0 at Quincy ...........................................................W 2-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ......................................W 2-0 Illinois-Chicago ..................................................W 2-1 Saint Louis . .......................................................W 2-0 S. Methodist ....................................................... T 1-1 **Saint Louis . ....................................................W 2-1 **S. Methodist . ..................................................W 2-0 **San Francisco . ...............................................W 4-2 **Penn State . ....................................................W 2-1 **Clemson .........................................................W 3-2 *Governor’s Cup**NCAA Tournament 1980 (10-8-2) at Connecticut .................................................... L 1-0 at Boston ...........................................................W 3-1 at Boston College ..............................................W 3-1 at Southern Methodist (OT) . .............................. T 1-1 at Texas Christian ..............................................W 6-0 South Carolina . .................................................W 3-1 Indiana . .............................................................. L 1-0 Hardin-Simmons . ..............................................W 4-1 at Evansville (OT) .............................................. T 2-2 Missouri-St. Louis (OT) ...................................... L 2-1 *at Northern Illinois ............................................W 4-0 *Eastern Illinois . ................................................W 3-0 San Francisco (OT) ............................................ L 2-1 at Rockhurst (OT) . ............................................. L 1-0 Quincy ...............................................................W 2-1 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ................................... L 3-1 at Illinois-Chicago ..............................................W 1-0 Saint Louis ......................................................... L 5-1

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Avila . .................................................................W 3-0 **at Southern Methodist ..................................... L 2-0 *Governor’s Cup**NCAA Tournament 1981 (13-4-1) !Lynchburg . .......................................................W 2-0 !at South Carolina . ............................................. L 2-1 Evansville ..........................................................W 5-2 Avila (OT) ..........................................................W 2-1 Southern Methodist ...........................................W 5-0 Cleveland State .................................................W 2-0 at Indiana . .......................................................... L 3-2 *Western Illinois (OT) ........................................W 2-1 *at Eastern Illinois (OT)....................................... T 1-1 Texas Christian . ................................................W 8-0 at Missouri-St. Louis . ........................................W 4-0 at Quincy (OT) . .................................................W 4-3 Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ......................................W 3-0 Illinois-Chicago ..................................................W 2-1 Saint Louis ......................................................... L 2-1 Air Force (OT) ...................................................W 2-1 Brigham Young ..................................................W 1-0 **Eastern Illinois ................................................. L 2-1 *Governor’s Cup **NCAA Tournament 1982 (15-4-1) Avila . .................................................................W 2-0 at Evansville ......................................................W 3-1 at Southern Methodist .......................................W 2-0 at North Texas ...................................................W 4-2 Penn State . .......................................................W 2-1 Clemson ............................................................. L 2-1 Indiana . .............................................................. L 1-0 Northeast Louisiana .........................................W 8-0 *Northern Illinois ................................................W 5-0 *Eastern Illinois (OT) .......................................... T 1-1 Illinois State .......................................................W 9-1 Missouri-St. Louis . ............................................. L 2-1 Quincy ...............................................................W 3-0 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ..................................W 2-1 at Illinois-Chicago ..............................................W 3-0 Saint Louis ........................................................W 2-0 at Air Force ........................................................W 3-1 **North Texas ....................................................W 1-0 **San Francisco . ...............................................W 1-0 **Indiana . ........................................................... L 1-0 *Governor’s Cup**NC AA Tournament 1983 (10-6-2) at Central Florida . .............................................. T 1-1 at Illinois State ...................................................W 2-0 at Indiana . .......................................................... L 2-0 at Clemson ......................................................... L 2-1 Southern Methodist (OT) . .................................. T 1-1 North Texas .......................................................W 1-0 Evansville ..........................................................W 4-1 Alabama A&M . ................................................... L 3-1 *at Western Illinois . ............................................ L 1-0 *Northern Illinois ................................................W 2-1 at Missouri-St. Louis . ......................................... L 1-0 at Quincy ...........................................................W 4-2

Illinois-Chicago ..................................................W 4-0 Saint Louis ......................................................... L 3-1 Air Force . ..........................................................W 3-2 Creighton . .........................................................W 4-1 Principia . ...........................................................W 8-0 Missouri State . ..................................................W 2-1 *Governor’s Cup 1984 (8-7-4) at SE Missouri State . ........................................W 6-0 Illinois State .......................................................W 3-1 at Evansville ....................................................... L 3-1 at Duke ............................................................... L 3-2 South Florida ...................................................... L 3-1 at Southern Methodist (OT) . .............................. T 2-2 at North Texas (OT) ............................................ T 3-3 Quincy ...............................................................W 3-1 Marquette (OT) . ................................................. T 2-2 *Eastern Illinois . ................................................W 3-1 *at Northern Illinois ............................................. L 3-1 Missouri-St. Louis . ............................................. L 2-0 Creighton . .........................................................W 3-1 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ..................................W 2-0 Illinois-Chicago ..................................................W 7-0 Saint Louis (OT) ................................................. L 1-0 Indiana . .............................................................. L 1-0 Northeast Louisiana ..........................................W 3-1 at Air Force (OT) . ............................................... T 1-1 *Governor’s Cup 1985 (13-7) Missouri State . ................................................W 12-0 Missouri-Rolla . ..................................................W 5-1 Hartwick . ............................................................ L 3-1 Oneonta . ...........................................................W 3-1 at Illinois State .................................................... L 2-1 at Quincy ...........................................................W 1-0 Southern Methodist ...........................................W 2-1 North Texas State ............................................... L 1-0 Evansville ........................................................... L 2-1 at Indiana . .......................................................... L 3-2 *Western Illinois . ................................................ L 1-0 *Northern Illinois ................................................W 3-2 at Missouri-St. Louis . ........................................W 4-1 Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ......................................W 1-0 Illinois-Chicago ................................................W 10-0 Saint Louis ......................................................... L 4-1 Air Force . ..........................................................W 1-0 Northeast Louisiana ..........................................W 3-0 at Creighton . .....................................................W 4-1 at Wisconsin-Madison .......................................W 4-1 *Governor’s Cup 1986 (11-5-2) at MacMurray ....................................................W 6-3 Air Force . ........................................................... T 1-1 Sangamon State . ..............................................W 5-3 at Evansville ....................................................... L 2-0 at Wisconsin-Madison ........................................ T 2-2 Illinois State .......................................................W 5-2 Memphis . ..........................................................W 5-0

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Year-By-Year Results Missouri State . ..................................................W 4-0 *Eastern Illinois . ................................................W 3-1 *Western Illinois . ................................................ T 1-1 Quincy ................................................................ L 4-3 Truman State . ...................................................W 2-1 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ..................................W 2-1 at Southern Methodist ........................................ L 1-0 at North Texas ...................................................W 4-0 Saint Louis ......................................................... L 1-0 Missouri-St. L ouis .............................................W 2-1 at Northwestern .................................................. L 1-0 *Governor’s Cup 1987 (9-8-3) at Memphis.......................................................... L 1-0 Northwestern .....................................................W 4-0 at Marquette ......................................................W 4-2 Tulsa . ................................................................W 2-1 Wisconsin-Madison ............................................ L 1-0 Michigan State . .................................................W 4-2 Evansville (OT) . ................................................W 1-0 California-Berkeley ............................................. L 2-1 North Carolina-Charlotte .................................... L 1-0 *Northern Illinois ................................................W 5-1 *Western Illinois . ................................................ L 3-2 at Quincy (OT) . .................................................. T 1-1 at Illinois State .................................................... L 5-0 at Indiana . .......................................................... L 3-0 Southern Methodist ............................................ T 1-1 North Texas .......................................................W 1-0 at Saint Louis . .................................................... L 2-0 at Missouri-St. Louis . ........................................W 2-0 MacMurray ........................................................W 3-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee (OT) ................................. T2-2 *Governor’s Cup 1988 (10-9-2) Northern Illinois .................................................W 2-1 at Cincinnati . .....................................................W 5-2 !Bowling Green State ........................................W 2-0 !Richmond (OT) . ................................................ T 2-2 at Evansville ....................................................... L 3-0 !Marquette .........................................................W 4-2 !Western Kentucky ............................................W 2-1 Drake . ...............................................................W 3-1 Air Force . ..........................................................W 2-1 *Eastern Illinois (PK) .......................................... T 1-1 *Northern Illinois ................................................. L 2-0 Quincy ................................................................ L 1-0 Saint Louis ......................................................... L 5-0 Illinois State (OT) . .............................................W 1-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ....................................... L 2-1 Indiana . .............................................................. L 1-0 Southern Methodist ............................................ L 2-0 North Texas .......................................................W 2-0 **Wisconsin-Milwaukee ....................................W 2- 1 **Quincy ............................................................. L 3-1 Missouri-St. Louis . ............................................. L 3-2 *Governor’s Cup**BCSC Tournament

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1989 (11-9-1) Wisconsin-Milwaukee (OT) ................................ L 5-2 at Missouri-St. Louis (OT) .................................. L 1-0 at Drake . ...........................................................W 1-0 Cincinnati . .......................................................... L 3-0 at Missouri State . ..............................................W 2-1 New Mexico (OT) ..............................................W 3-2 at Air Force ........................................................W 2-0 Memphis . ..........................................................W 3-1 Bradley ..............................................................W 5-2 at Northern Illinois .............................................. L 4-3 at Saint Louis (OT) ............................................. L 3-1 at Quincy ............................................................ L 1-0 *Western Illinois . ...............................................W 5-1 *at Eastern Illinois (OT) ...................................... T 0-0 at Illinois State .................................................... L 3-0 Louisville . ..........................................................W 3-0 at Indiana . .......................................................... L 5-1 Southern Methodist ............................................ L 7-1 North Texas .......................................................W 4-1 **at Northern Illinois . .......................................... L 2-1 Northwestern .....................................................W 3-0 *Governor’s Cup**BCSC Tournament 1990 (11-10-1) !California State-Fullerton . ................................. L 4-1 !Centenary . .......................................................W 5-1 !Tulsa ................................................................. T 1-1 !Memphis . .......................................................... L 1-0 at Sangamon State . ........................................... L 3-0 Drake ................................................................W 4-1 *Northern Illinois (OT) . ......................................W 2-1 *Eastern Illinois .................................................W 3-2 Saint Louis ......................................................... L 3-2 at Quincy ...........................................................W 2-1 at Cincinnati . ...................................................... L 3-0 at Louisville . ......................................................W 2-1 Missouri-St. Louis . ............................................. L 4-1 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee . ..................................W 3-0 Illinois State (OT) . .............................................. T 1-1 at Southern Methodist ........................................ L 4-0 at North Texas .................................................... L 2-0 Bradley ..............................................................W 5-2 Wright State . ...................................................... L 1-0 Creighton (OT) ..................................................W 2-1 **Louisville . .......................................................W 4-2 **Drake ............................................................... L 2-1 *Governor’s Cup **BCSC Tournament 1991 (9-11) !New Mexico . ..................................................... L 2-1 at Creighton . ...................................................... L 3-2 !Old Dominion (OT) ............................................ L 2-1 at William and Mary . .......................................... L 3-1 Missouri State . ..................................................W 3-1 at Illinois State .................................................... L 3-0 *at Western Illinois . ...........................................W 1-0 *Sangamon State ............................................... T 0-0 at Saint Louis . .................................................... L 3-2 at Bradley ..........................................................W 1-0 Cincinnati . .........................................................W 4-2

Western Kentucky .............................................W 4-1 DePaul . .............................................................W 1-0 Memphis.............................................................W 2-1 Southern Methodist ............................................ L 2-1 North Texas (OT) ................................................ L 5-2 Wisconsin-Milwaukee (OT).................................. L 4-2 Arkansas-Little Rock .........................................W 3-1 Louisville (OT) ...................................................W 3-1 at Quincy ............................................................ L 2-0 *Governor’s Cup 1992 (12-5-1) Marquette ..........................................................W 5-0 at Missouri State . ..............................................W 1-0 Bradley ..............................................................W 4-1 *at Eastern Illinois . ............................................W 2-0 *Western Illinois . ...............................................W 6-1 !Alabama A&M . ................................................W 4 -2 at Western Kentucky .........................................W 6-2 Saint Louis (OT) ................................................. L 1-0 Loyola . ..............................................................W 1-0 at Louisville . ....................................................... L 2-1 at Cincinnati . .....................................................W 3-2 Southern Indiana ...............................................W 1-0 at Drake . ...........................................................W 3-2 at Tulsa . ............................................................W 3-1 at North Texas .................................................... L 6-1 at Southern Methodist ........................................ L 5-0 Creighton . .......................................................... L 1-0 Quincy (OT) . ...................................................... T 2-2 *Governor’s Cup 1993 (4-14) Oral Roberts (OT ) . ...........................................W 3-1 at Southern Indiana ............................................ L 4-2 at Bradley ........................................................... L 4-0 Illinois State ........................................................ L 2-1 *Western Illinois . ...............................................W 2-1 *Eastern Illinois . ................................................. L 2-0 at Saint Louis . .................................................... L 3-0 Louisville . ..........................................................W 3-1 Missouri State ...................................................W 3-1 !Wisconsin-Green Bay . ...................................... L 2-1 at Marquette ...................................................... L 2-0at Memphis . ....................................................... L 3-1 at Alabama-Birmingham ..................................... L 2-1 North Texas (OT) ................................................ L 3-2 Southern Methodist ............................................ L 4-2 at Florida International . ...................................... L 5-0 !Wisconsin-Madison ........................................... L 3-0 Quincy ................................................................ L 2-1 *Governor’s Cup 1994 (6-12) at Louisville . ....................................................... L 3-0 at Illinois State .................................................... L 3-0 at Western Illinois ..............................................W 3-0 Western Kentucky .............................................W 5-3 at Quincy ............................................................ L 4-0 *Western Illinois . ................................................ L 4-3 Bradley ............................................................... L 3-1

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2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Year-By-Year Results Missouri-Kansas City . .......................................W 2-1 at Creighton . ...................................................... L 5-1 at Missouri-Kansas City . .................................... L 2-1 Quincy ..............................................................W 1- 0 Southern Indiana ................................................ L 4-0 Saint Louis . ........................................................ L 4-1 at Southern Methodist ........................................ L 5-0 !Arkansas-Little Rock ........................................W 3-1 Drake . ...............................................................W 3-2 Eastern Illinois .................................................... L 4-2 at Eastern Illinois ................................................ L 1-0 !Illinois Governor’s Cup (Springfield, Ill.); *at Dallas, Tex. 1995 (3-13-1) at Cleveland State .............................................. L 3-1 Northeastern Illinois . ...................................W 1-0 OT at Saint Louis . .................................................... L 4-0 Bradley ............................................................... L 2-1 at Northern Illinois .............................................. L 4-0 Missouri-Kansas City . ...................................L 4-1 OT Quincy .......................................................... T 0-0 OT at Western Illinois ............................................... L 3-1 !Michigan State . ................................................. L 4-0 !Eastern Michigan . ............................................. L 2-1 Arkansas-Little Rock .......................................... L 4-2 Eastern Illinois .................................................... L 4-1 Western Illinois ................................................... L 4-1 at Quincy ..........................................................W 2-0 at Missouri-Kansas City . ...................................W 3-2 at Drake . ............................................................ L 2-1 at Eastern Illinois ................................................ L 2-1 !Neutral sites 1996 (11-7-1/6-4-1) Missouri-Rolla . ..................................................W 4-0 Mercyhurst . .......................................................W 2-1 at Oakland (OT) . ................................................ L 2-0 McKendree ........................................................W 4-1 at Eastern Illinois ................................................ L 1-0 *Bellarmine ........................................................W 4-1 Kentucky Wesleyan ...........................................W 7-0 *at Quincy . ......................................................... L 1-0 *Southern Indiana . ............................................W 2-1 Drury . ................................................................W 3-2 *IUPU-Ft. Wayne ...............................................W 3-1 *at Northern Kentucky .......................................W 2-1 *Indianapolis . ....................................................W 2-1 *St. Joseph’s (OT) .............................................. T 1-1 *at Missouri-St. Louis ......................................... L 2-1 Truman State . ...................................................W 4-2 *at Lewis . ........................................................... L 3-0 *at Wisconsin-Parkside ...................................... L 3-0 #Quincy (3OT) . .................................................. L 1-0 *GLVC Games; #GLVC Tournament 1997 (18-2-1/10-1) Missouri Southern............................................... T 2-2 vs. West Virginia Wesleyan ...............................W 2-1 vs. Alderson Broaddus ......................................W 6-1 Western Illinois ..................................................W 2-0

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Lincoln ...............................................................W 8-0 *at St. Joseph’s .................................................W 3-2 *at Indianapolis . ................................................W 2-1 *Northern Kentucky ...........................................W 3-0 *IUPU-Ft. Wayne ...............................................W 1-0 *Missouri-St. Louis ............................................W 2-0 *at Southern Indiana . ........................................W 4-1 *Quincy . ............................................................W 3-2 *at Kentucky Wesleyan .....................................W 9-1 *at Bellarmine ....................................................W 5-1 %Mercyhurst .....................................................W 2-1 %Gannon ..........................................................W 2-1 *Wisconsin-Parkside .......................................... L 0-1 *Lewis . ..............................................................W 3-1 #Quincy .............................................................W 1-0 #Wisconsin-Parkside . .......................................W 3-1 !Truman State . ................................................... L 2-1 *GLVC Games #GLVC Tournament %Hamot Classic (Erie, Pa.) ! NCAA Tournament 1998 (7-11-1/5-6) #Gannon . ........................................................... L 1-0 #Mercyhurst . .....................................................W 1-0 !West Virginia Wesleyan . ................................... L 2-1 !Charleston ......................................................... L 2-1 *at Wisconsin-Parkside ...................................... L 2-1 *at Lewis . ........................................................... L 2-0 *Saint Joseph’s . ................................................W 5-0 *Indianapolis . ....................................................W 2-0 *at Northern Kentucky ........................................ L 3-0 *at IUPU-Ft. Wayne ............................................ L 2-1 Missouri-Rolla . ................................................... L 2-1 *at Missouri-St. Louis ......................................... L 2-0 *Southern Indiana . ............................................W 3-0 *at Quincy . ......................................................... L 2-0 Rockhurst ........................................................... L 1-0 *Kentucky Wesleyan .........................................W 8-1 *Bellarmine ..................................................W 3-2 OT Christian Brothers . ............................................W 4-0 %at Quincy ......................................................... T 1-1 *GLVC Games #SIUE Shootout !USI Tournament %GLVC Tournament 1999 (11-7-1/8-2-1) #Truman State . .................................................. L 3-1 #Southern Colorado ........................................... L 1-0 !Christian Brothers . ............................................ L 4-3 !Bethel ...............................................................W 2-0 *at Bellarmine ....................................................W 4-0 *at Kentucky Wesleyan .....................................W 2-0 *Quincy . ............................................................. L 2-0 *at Southern Indiana . ........................................W 1-0 *Missouri-St. Louis ............................................W 4-1 at Rockhurst (OT) . ............................................. L 2-1 *IUPU-Ft. Wayne (OT) . ...................................... T 0-0 *Northern Kentucky ...........................................W 3-1 Lincoln ...............................................................W 5-2

*Indianapolis . ..................................................... L 2-1 *Saint Joseph’s . ................................................W 1-0 *Lewis (OT) .......................................................W 2-1 *Wisconsin-Parkside (2OT) ...............................W 1-0 Missouri-Rolla . ..................................................W 3-0 %Indianapolis ..................................................... L 3-2 *GLVC Games #GLVC Tournament %Hamot Classic (Erie, Pa.) ! NCAA Tournament 2000 (11-7-2/8-3) at Missouri Southern .........................................W 2-1 at Central Arkansas ............................................ L 3-1 vs. Rockhurst (2OT) ........................................... T 2-2 vs. Truman State ................................................ L 2-1 Lincoln ...............................................................W 5-1 Christian Brothers . ............................................. L 2-0 *Bellarmine ........................................................W 4-0 *Kentucky Wesleyan .........................................W 4-0 *at Lewis . ........................................................... L 1-0 *at Wisconsin-Parkside .....................................W 2-0 *Saint Joseph’s . ................................................W 2-0 *IUPU-Fort Wayne . ............................................ L 2-0 *at Indianapolis . ................................................W 2-1 *at Northern Kentucky .......................................W 2-1 *at Missouri-St. Louis ........................................W 1-0 *at Quincy (OT) .................................................. L 2-1 Southern Indiana ...............................................W 1-0 Missouri-Rolla . ..................................................W 1-0 Southern Indiana (2OT) . .................................... T 2-2 vs. Quincy . ......................................................... L 1-0 *GLVC Games 2001 (17-3-3/9-0-1) Missouri Southern .............................................W 6-0 Central Arkansas ...............................................W 2-1 vs. Gannon (OT) . ..............................................W 3-2 vs. Truman State (2OT) . .................................... T 2-2 at Christian Brothers . ......................................... L 4-1 *at Lewis (2OT).................................................. T 1-1 *at Quincy . ........................................................W 1-0 *at Missouri-St. Louis ........................................W 4-0 at Lincoln ...........................................................W 7-2 *Southern Indiana . ............................................W 4-1 Rockhurst ..........................................................W 3-0 *Kentucky Wesleyan .........................................W 7-0 *Bellarmine ........................................................W 3-1 *at Northern Kentucky .......................................W 3-0 *at Indianapolis . ................................................W 2-1 *Saint Joseph’s . ................................................W 6-0 *Wisconsin-Parkside .........................................W 2-1 at Missouri-Rolla (2OT) ...................................... T 1-1 #Quincy .............................................................W 2-0 #Lewis ................................................................ L 2-1 !at Lewis ............................................................W 2-0 !Ashland ............................................................W 1-0 !at Tampa (OT) ................................................... L 2-1 *GLVC Games; #GLVC Tournament !NCAA Tournament

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Year-By-Year Results 2002 (13-4-2/7-2-1) #Rockhurst ......................................................... L 2-0 #Ashland ...........................................................W 5-0 Truman State (OT) ............................................. L 2-1 Christian Brothers (2OT).................................... T 1-1 *at Wisconsin-Parkside .....................................W 3-1 *at Saint Joseph’s . ............................................W 4-0 *Indianapolis . ....................................................W 5-0 *Northern Kentucky ...........................................W 3-1 *at Bellarmine ....................................................W 3-0 *at Kentucky Wesleyan .....................................W 8-0 at Missouri Southern .........................................W 1-0 *at Southern Indiana . ......................................... L 1-0 *Missouri-St. Louis ............................................. L 1-0 *Quincy (2OT) .................................................... T 2-2 *Lewis . ..............................................................W 1-0 Missouri-Rolla . ..................................................W 7-2 !Bellarmine ........................................................W 2-1 !Wisconsin-Parkside . ........................................W 2-0 !Southern Indiana ..............................................W 1-0 #Soccer Bowl (Quincy, Ill.) *GLVC Games; !GLVC Tournament 2003 (16-4-1/10-0) #Truman State . .................................................. L 1-0 McKendree ........................................................W 3-1 at Christian Brothers . ......................................... L 2-1 at Illinois-Springfield ..........................................W 4-2 Missouri-Southern .............................................W 5-1 *at Quincy . ........................................................W 2-0 *at Missouri-St. Louis ........................................W 1-0 Missouri-Rolla . ..................................................W 3-0 *Saint Joseph’s . ................................................W 5-1 *Wisconsin-Parkside .........................................W 1-0 *at Northern Kentucky .......................................W 4-0 *at Indianapolis . ................................................W 1-0 #Rockhurst ........................................................W 4-0 *Southern Indiana . ............................................W 2-1 *Kentucky Wesleyan .........................................W 5-0 *at Bellarmine ....................................................W 3-0 *Lewis . ..............................................................W 2-0 %Quincy ............................................................W 4-0 %Lewis ............................................................... L 3-1 !Rockhurst .......................................................... T 1-1 !at Truman State . ............................................... L 5-2 #Soccer Bowl (Quincy, Ill.) *GLVC Games %GLVC Tournament !NCAA Tournament 2004 (19-3-2/8-0-2) Columbia ..........................................................W 2-1 Christian Brothers .....................................W 2-1 2OT vs. Gannon .......................................................W 5-0 vs. Findlay ......................................................... L 2-1 Missouri-Rolla ...................................................W 5-1 at Ashland .........................................................W 1-0 *at Kentucky Wesleyan .....................................W 3-0 *at Southern Indiana .........................................W 4-0 *Indianapolis .....................................................W 6-0 *Northern Kentucky ....................................W 2-1 OT

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*at Wisconsin-Parkside ....................................W 2-0 *at Lewis .................................................... T 1-1 2OT *at Saint Joseph’s .............................................W 1-0 *Missouri-St. Louis ...................................W 1-0 2OT *Quincy . .................................................... T 0-0 2OT at Rockhurst ...................................................... L 2-0 *Bellarmine .......................................................W 3-0 Truman State ....................................................W 2-1 #Quincy ............................................................W 1-0 #Lewis ..............................................................W 2-0 !Wisconsin-Parkside .........................................W 3-1 !Tusculum .........................................................W 3-2 ^UNC-Pembroke ..............................................W 4-1 ^Seattle .............................................................. L 2-1 *GLVC games #GLVC Tourn. !NCAA Tournament at SIUE ^at Wichita Falls, Texas 2005 (16-3-3/11-0-1) at Christian Brothers . ......................................... L 1-0 Ashland .............................................................W 1-0 *Quincy .............................................................W 4-0 vs. Northwood ...................................................W 2-0 Truman State ....................................................W 4-0 Saginaw Valley ..................................................W 1-0 *at Saint Joseph’s . ............................................W 3-0 *at Indianapolis .......................................... T 1-1 2OT *Ky. Wesleyan ...................................................W 2-1 *at Drury ...........................................................W 3-2 *at Rockhurst ....................................................W 3-1 *Lewis ...............................................................W 3-0 *Wisconsin-Parkside ........................................W 1-0 *at Northern Kentucky ......................................W 1-0 *at Bellarmine ...................................................W 2-0 *Missouri-St. Louis ...........................................W 2-0 *Missouri-Rolla .........................................W 2-1 2OT *Southern Indiana canc. #Bellarmine ................................................T 1-1 PKs #Quincy ............................................................. L 3-1 !^Truman State .................................................. T 0-0 !Carson-Newman .............................................W 1-0 +Franklin Pierce ................................................ L 1-0 *GLVC games; #GLVC Tourn. !NCAA Tournament; ^Advance on PKs +NCAA Semifinals at Wichita Falls, Texas

2006 (15-4-3/10-2-1) at Fort Lewis . ..................................................... L 4-0 at Colorado Mines .............................................W 1-0 Christian Brothers . ..................................... T 2-2 2OT *at Missouri-St. Louis ........................................W 3-0 *Bellarmine ........................................................W 3-0 *Northern Kentucky .................................... T 1-1 2OT *at Wisconsin-Parkside .....................................W 2-1 *at Lewis . .......................................................... L 0-1 *Rockhurst . ........................................................ L 1-0 *Drury ...............................................................W 2-0 *at Southern Indiana .........................................W 2-1

*Ky. Wesleyan ..................................................W 4-2 *at Quincy .........................................................W 4-0 *Indianapolis .....................................................W 2-0 *Saint Joseph’s .................................................W 7-0 *at Missouri-Rolla .............................................W 5-0 at Truman State ........................................W 1-0 2OT #Missouri-St. Louis ...........................................W 3-1 #Lewis ..............................................................W 2-1 #Wisconsin-Parkside ..................................W 3-2 OT !Mercyhurst .......................................................W 6-1 !Northern Kentucky .......................................L 3-2 OT *GLVC games; #GLVC Tourn. !NCAA Tournament 2007 (11-4-3/9-2-2) at Christian Brothers . ......................................... L 1-0 *Ky. Wesleyan ...................................................W 5-0 *Southern Indiana . ............................................W 4-2 *at Drury ............................................................W 2-0 *at Rockhurst . ............................................ T 1-1 2OT *Wisconsin-Parkside .........................................W 5-0 *Lewis . ..............................................................W 2-1 *at Northern Kentucky .................................L 1-0 2OT *at Bellarmine ....................................................W 4-0 *Missouri-St. Louis ............................................W 2-0 *Missouri-Rolla ..................................................W 2-1 Truman State . ...................................................W 1-0 *Quincy . ............................................................W 3-0 *at Saint Joseph’s . ............................................. L 1-0 *at Indianapolis........................................... T 1-1 2OT #Indianapolis ...................................................... T 0-0 !Lewis ................................................................W 2-1 !N. Kentucky ....................................................... L 1-0 *GLVC games; #GLVC Tourn. !NCAA Tournament 2008 (5-8-1) %Missouri State ................................................W 1-0 Drake . ................................................................ L 2-0 Northern Illinois .............................................L 3-2 OT Wright State . .....................................................W 3-1 IUPU Fort Wayne ..............................................W 2-0 Milwaukee .......................................................... L 2-1 Loyola (Ill.) . ........................................................ L 1-0 Dayton ................................................................ L 3-2 McKendree ........................................................W 2-0 Jefferson (Exh.)..................................................W 4-1 Memphis . ................................................... T 0-0 2OT Alabama-Birmingham . ....................................... L 1-0 Oakland .............................................................. L 2-0 Belmont .............................................................. L 1-0 Central Arkansas ...............................................W 3-0 % at Des Moines, Iowa;

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Men’s Soccer

Series Records Through the 2008 Season Air Force . ................................................. 8-0-2 Akron ...................................................... 12-0-1 Alabama-Birmingham . ................................ 0-2 Alabama-Huntsville ..................................... 1-0 Alabama A&M . ............................................ 1-1 Alderson Broaddus . .................................... 1-0 Arkansas-Little Rock ................................... 2-1 Ashland ....................................................... 4-0 Avila . ........................................................... 3-0 Baltimore ..................................................... 1-0 Bellarmine .............................................. 12-0-1 Belmont........................................................ 0-1 Benedictine . ................................................ 3-0 Bethel .......................................................... 1-0 Blackburn .................................................... 7-0 Boston College ............................................ 1-0 Boston University ........................................ 1-0 Bowling Green . ........................................... 3-0 Bradley ........................................................ 4-3 Bridgeport . .................................................. 1-0 Brigham Young ............................................ 1-0 Brown .......................................................... 1-0 California-Berkeley ...................................... 0-1 California State-Fullerton . ........................... 1-1 UCLA ........................................................... 2-0 Carson-Newman ......................................... 1-0 Centenary . .................................................. 1-0 Central Arkansas ......................................... 2-1 Central Florida . ........................................ 0-0-1 Charleston (W.V).......................................... 0-1 Christian Brothers . ................................... 2-6-2 Cincinnati . ................................................... 3-2 Clemson ...................................................... 1-4 Cleveland State ........................................... 4-1 Colorado College . ....................................... 1-0 Colorado Mines ........................................ 0-0-1 Columbia ..................................................... 1-0 Connecticut ................................................. 0-2 Covenant ..................................................... 1-0 Creighton . ................................................... 4-3 Dayton.......................................................... 0-1 DePaul . ....................................................... 1-0 Drake . ......................................................... 5-3 Drury . .......................................................... 4-0 Duke ............................................................ 0-1 www.siuecougars.com

Eastern Illinois ........................................ 14-8-4 Eastern Michigan . ....................................... 0-1 Evansville ................................................. 4-4-2 Findlay . ....................................................... 1-0 Florida International . ................................... 1-1 Fort Lewis . .................................................. 0-1 Franklin Pierce ............................................ 0-1 Gannon . ...................................................... 3-1 Greenville .................................................... 2-2 Hardin-Simmons . ........................................ 1-0 Harris Teachers ........................................... 3-1 Hartwick . ..................................................... 1-1 Howard ........................................................ 1-0 Illinois-Chicago ....................................... 17-0-1 Illinois-Springfield ........................................ 1-1 Illinois State .............................................. 5-6-1 Indiana . ..................................................... 3-12 Indianapolis .............................................. 9-2-3 IUPU-Ft. Wayne........................................ 3-2-1 Jacksonville ................................................. 1-0 Kentucky Wesleyan ................................... 12-0 Lewis .......................................................11-6-3 Lincoln ......................................................... 4-0 Louisville . .................................................... 5-2 Loyola . ........................................................ 1-1 Lynchburg . .................................................. 1-0 MacMurray .................................................. 2-0 Marquette ................................................. 3-1-1 McKendree .................................................. 2-0 Memphis State ......................................... 3-3-1 Mercyhurst . ................................................. 4-0 Michigan State . ........................................... 3-1 Milwaukee............................................... 13-6-1 Missouri-Kansas City . ................................. 2-2 Missouri-Rolla . ....................................... 10-1-1 Missouri Southern .................................... 4-0-1 Missouri-St. Louis . ................................24-11-2 Missouri State . ............................................ 8-0 Northeast Louisiana .................................... 3-0 New Mexico . ............................................... 1-1 New York-Albany ......................................... 1-0 North Carolina-Charlotte ............................. 0-1 Northern Illinois ......................................... 13-6 Northern Kentucky . .................................. 9-3-2 Northeastern Illinois . ................................... 1-0

North Carolina-Pembroke . .......................... 1-0 North Texas .............................................. 8-5-2 Northwestern ............................................... 2-1 Northwood ................................................... 1-0 Oakland ....................................................... 0-2 Old Dominion . ............................................. 0-1 Oneonta . ..................................................... 2-0 Oral Roberts ................................................ 1-0 Ottawa ......................................................... 1-0 Penn State . ................................................. 2-1 Principia . ..................................................... 1-0 Quincy .................................................. 26-18-7 Rhode Island ............................................... 1-0 Richmond ................................................. 0-0-1 Rockhurst ............................................... 13-6-2 Saginaw Valley ............................................ 1-0 Saint Joseph’s ........................................ 10-1-1 Saint Louis . ............................................ 9-25-1 San Francisco ............................................. 2-4 Santa Clara ................................................. 1-0 Southeast Missouri State ............................ 1-0 Seattle Pacific . ............................................ 0-1 Seattle ......................................................... 0-1 Simon Fraser . ............................................. 1-0 South Carolina . ........................................... 1-1 Southern Colorado ...................................... 0-1 South Florida ............................................... 2-1 Southern Indiana .................................... 12-3-1 Southern Methodist .................................. 5-9-5 Tampa . ........................................................ 0-1 Texas Christian . .......................................... 2-0 Truman State . .......................................... 6-6-2 Tulsa . ....................................................... 2-0-1 Tusculum ..................................................... 1-0 Washington ................................................. 3-0 Western Illinois ....................................... 10-7-3 Western Kentucky ....................................... 4-0 Westminster ................................................ 2-0 West Virgina Wesleyan ............................... 1-1 William & Mary ............................................ 0-1 Wisconsin-Green Bay . ................................ 0-1 Wisconsin-Madison ..................................... 2-2 Wisconsin-Parkside . ................................. 15-3 Wright State . ............................................... 0-1

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Jack Blake Award Mr. Blake was a remarkably talented soccer player. His intensity, dedication, fitness, and leadership were qualities displayed on the soccer field as well as throughout his career as a businessman. Mr. Blake played for the Cougars from 1969 to 1972 and in 1970 was a Division I All-American. From SIUE, Mr. Blake went on to play for the Pan-American Soccer Team in 1971 and the U.S. Olympic Team in 1972. He is a member of the SIUE Athletics Hall of Fame. In 1997, his friend and teammate Tim Tighe, and his wife, Lynn, spearheaded the start of the Jack Blake Award, given annually to the player who most personified the type of player and person that was Jack Blake. Below is the list of past recipients.

All-American Jack Blake

Jack Blake Award Winners

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Nick Frasca 2009 Recipient

Randy Roy 2008 Recipient

John Matthews 2007 Recipient

Brian Higgins 2006 Recipient

Michael Burgund 2005 Recipient

Cal Thomas 2004 Recipient

Cress Maddox 2002 Recipient

Ryan Stoddart 2001 Recipient

Justin McMillian 2000 Recipient

Doug Hartmann 1999 Recipient

Matt Little 1998 Recipient

Mike Novak 1997 Recipient www.siuecougars.com

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2009 COUGARS SCHEDULE SUNDAY

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Ohio State 2:30 pm ET

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*U of L Tournament (Louisville, Ky.)

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HOME GAMES

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