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Quick Facts

GENERAL INFORMATION

T E A M

I N F O R M A T I O N

School:........................................................ Stetson University

2012 Overall Record:....................................................3-10-2

City:.........................................................................DeLand, Fla.

Conference Record/Finish:...................................2-5-1/8th

Founded:.............................................................................1883

Letterwinners Returning/Lost:...................................10/10

Enrollment:........................................................................3,900

Starters Returning/Lost:.................................................... 7/4

Nickname:.......................................................................Hatters

Newcomers:............................................................................14

Colors:...........................................Hunter Green and White Home Arena:................................ Athletic Training Center

Letterwinners Returning (10): Chris Aguirre, Eli

Capacity:................................................................................ 500

Beates, JJ Bostic, Raffaele Centofanti, Evan Jimmo,

Affiliation:.......................................................NCAA Division I

Dwight Lodge, JJ Lofthouse-Smith, Steven Saballos,

Conference:.......................................................... Atlantic Sun

Andreas Schnabl, Travis Workman

President:................................................ Dr. Wendy B. Libby Alma Mater, Year:.............................................Cornell, 1972

Starters Returners (7): Eli Beates, JJ Bostic, Raffaele

Athletics Director:.....................................................Jeff Altier

Centofanti, Evan Jimmo, JJ Lofthouse-Smith, Steven

Alma Mater, Year:............................................ Stetson, 1982

Saballos, Andreas Schnabl

Senior Woman Administrator:.................... Alicia Queally Alma Mater, Year:..............................North Carolina, 1999

Starters Lost (4): Kai Eckenrode, Joakim Helland,

Athletic Department Phone:........................386.822.8100

Jonathan Mendoza, Luis Ocejo

P R O G R A M

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

H I S T O R Y

First Season:.......................................................................1957

Director:................................................................... Ricky Hazel

Overall All-Time Record:.................................... 341-450-72

Office:..................................................................386.822.8130

All-Time Division I Record:................................ 294-381-57

Email:........................................................ jhazel@stetson.edu

Last Conference Tournament:................. 2011 - Semifinals

Assistant Director (MSoc Contact):.............. Dan Forcella

Last Conference Finals:............2010 - L, 1-0 vs. ETSU (ot)

Office:..................................................................386.822.8718

Last Conference Title:....................... 2009 - 2-1 vs. Mercer

Cell:......................................................................207.650.6790

Last NCAA Appearance:................... 2009 - L, 2-1 vs. USF

Email:..................................................... dforcell@stetson.edu

Total NCAA Appearances:......................... 2 (2009, 2005)

Assistant Director:........................................... Jamie Bataille Office:..................................................................386.822.8131

C O A C H I N G

S T A F F

Email:.......................................................jbataill@stetson.edu

Head Coach:....................................................T. Logan Fleck

Website:............................................... www.GoHatters.com

Alma Mater, Year:...............................Old Dominion, 1984

Twitter:...................... @StetsonHatters, @StetsonMSoccer

Overall Record (Years):................................113-68-22 (12)

Facebook:..........................Facebook.com/StetsonHatters

Record at Stetson (Years):................................ 56-37-14 (6) Office Phone:....................................................386.822.8123 Assistant Coach:............................................Tony McManus Alma Mater, Year:................Alabama-Birmingham, 2003 Office Phone:....................................................386.822.7014

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Roster

@StetsonMSoccer No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 29 30

Name Andreas Schnabl Sebastian Contreras Dwight Lodge JJ Bostic Patrick Jackson Raffaele Centofanti JJ Lofthouse-Smith Steven Saballos Ross Morison Andre Reyes Gianluca Carbone Chris Aguirre Alex Haddad Trent Austin Evan Jimmo Travis Workman Gonzalo Arroyo Michael Tsalickis Chase Rodgers Eli Beates Jack Bain Justin Shirah Paul Ladwig Marvin Castellanos

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

Ht. 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-1 5-8 5-10 6-0 5-8 6-3 5-7 5-5 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-4 6-1 5-9 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-3

Wt. 180 190 155 175 150 170 175 160 185 165 130 170 160 155 190 185 155 200 170 165 155 145 170 175

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

Hometown/Previous School Blaichach, Germany/Gymnasium Immenstadt Doral, Fla./IMG Academy Miramar, Fla./Pines Charter HS Dunedin, Fla./East Lake HS Atlanta, Ga./Marist School Miami Lakes, Fla./Ferguson HS London, England Miami, Fla./Charlotte Linlithgow, Scotland/Rhode Island Flower Mound, Texas/Old Dominion Charlotte, Fla./IMG Academy North Miami Beach, Fla./North Miami Beach HS Gallipolis, Ohio/IMG Academy Davie, Fla./Cooper City HS Melbourne, Fla./Vierra HS DeLand, Fla./DeLand HS Bilbao, Spain/Wheeling Jesuit Tarpon Springs, Fla./Tarpon Springs HS Longwood, Fla./Louisville Winter Park, Fla./Lake Howell HS Glasgow, Scotland/The Glasgow Academy Wellborn, Fla./Suwannee HS Rostock, Germany/CJD Rostock Birmingham, Ala./Vestavia Hills HS

Head Coach: T. Logan Fleck (Old Dominion, 1984) - Seventh season Assistant Coach: Tony McManus (Alabama-Birmingham, 2003) - First season Pronunciation Guide 1 ON - dray - uss, SHNOBB - ull 2 suh - BASS - chun, cun - TRARE - uss 6 RAFF - eye - ELL, SENN - tuh - FONN - tee 8 Steven, suh - BYE - yos (rhymes with “los”) 10 Andre, RAY - uss 11 JON - loo - kuh, car - BONE 12 Chris, uhh - GEER (hard “G”) - a (rolling “r”) 19 gun - ZAHL - oh, uh - ROH - yo 20 Michael, suh - LEE - kiss 22 Eli, BAY - diss 25 Justin, shih - RAH 30 Marvin, CASS - tay - YAHN - os

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Schedule

Day Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Mon.

Aug. 19

FLORIDA SOUTHERN (Ex.)

DeLand, Fla.

7:00 p.m.

Sat.

Aug. 24

at St. Leo (Ex.)

St. Leo, Fla.

5:00 p.m.

Fri.

Aug. 30

UMASS-LOWELL

DeLand, Fla.

5:00 p.m.

Mon.

Sept. 2

at USF

Tampa, Fla.

7:30 p.m.

Sun.

Sept. 8

GRAND CANYON

DeLand, Fla.

1:00 p.m.

Fri.

Sept. 13

vs. Georgia Southern ^

Macon, Ga.

5:00 p.m.

Sun.

Sept. 15

vs. Winthrop ^

Macon, Ga.

1:00 p.m.

Wed.

Sept. 18

at UCF

Orlando, Fla.

7:00 p.m.

Sun.

Sept. 22

at James Madison

Harrisonburg, Va.

1:00 p.m.

Sat.

Sept. 28

LASALLE

DeLand, Fla.

7:00 p.m.

Fri.

Oct. 4

NORTHERN KENTUCKY *

DeLand, Fla.

7:00 p.m.

Sun.

Oct. 6

LIPSCOMB *

DeLand, Fla.

1:00 p.m.

Fri.

Oct. 11

at USC Upstate *

Spartanburg, S.C.

6:00 p.m.

Sun.

Oct. 13

at ETSU *

Johnson City, Tenn.

1:00 p.m.

Sun.

Oct. 20

MERCER *

DeLand, Fla.

1:00 p.m.

Sat.

Oct. 26

FLORIDA GULF COAST *

DeLand, Fla.

7:30 p.m.

Sat.

Nov. 2

at North Florida *

Jacksonville, Fla.

7:00 p.m.

Sat.

Nov. 9

at Jacksonville *

Jacksonville, Fla.

7:00 p.m.

Sun.

Nov. 10

at Florida Atlantic

Boca Raton, Fla.

1:00 p.m.

Wed.

Nov. 13

A-Sun Tournament First Round

TBA

TBA

Fri.

Nov. 15

A-Sun Tournament Semifinals

TBA

TBA

Sun.

Nov. 17

A-Sun Tournament Finals

TBA

TBA

Home matches in BOLD CAPS * - Atlantic Sun Conference match ^ - Mercer Tournament All time Eastern Schedule subject to change

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Season Preview

@StetsonMSoccer The Stetson men’s soccer team opens the 2013 season, its sixth under the leadership of head coach T. Logan Fleck, at home this Friday at 5:00 p.m. The Hatters will look to use a healthy combination of experience and youth to challenge for its third Atlantic Sun Conference Championship this fall. “It brings energy,” Fleck said of the team of having 14 new players on the roster. “The new players have come in and have tried to prove themselves. They’re putting in a lot of effort, and pushing the older players. The energy has subsequently increased throughout the team.” The Stetson squad isn’t entirely new. The Hatters return 10 upperclassmen from last season’s team, seven of which are seniors. Much of that experience can be found in the back. Starting with senior goalkeeper Andreas Schnabl, the Hatter defense will be leaned on for leadership in 2013.

Senior Andreas Schnabl

“They are your anchor,” Fleck said of the back. “You weather the storms with your defense. Everyone looked at our attack over the years because that’s the end that you see the result, but the backbone of your team is the defense. That can really keep you together.” With returning seniors JJ Bostic, Evan Jimmo, Raffaele Centofanti, and Chris Aguirre, as well as veteran JJ Lofthouse-Smith and senior transfer Chase Rodgers, all available to spend time in the back, the 2013 version of the Hatters will get things started with defense. “There is certainly some familiarity in the returners, but there is also a lot of newness,” Fleck continued. “Most of that is up top. They’re still trying to figure things out. These guys are just starting to get to know each other, how they like the ball played, and where they should be running.” Other than senior midfielder Steven Saballos and junior midfielder Dwight Lodge, it will be mostly newcomers seeing action through the midfield and forward positions. Junior Eli Beates was going play an integral role in the attack, but will start the season shelved with an injury. Stetson will look to improve on last year’s record of 3-10-2 that saw that Hatters miss the A-Sun Tournament for the first time since 1997. The Hatters have won league championships in 2009 and 2005, and that’s exactly what Fleck aspires to do again in 2013. “My expectations are always to go further than anyone thinks we can,” Fleck concluded. “I tell my team all the time that I’m going to write some big check, so it’s your job to cash them. I think the expectations stay high because the program is developing that way. I’m a very competitive person, and I want to see this program go to a point people don’t think it can get.”

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Coaching Staff

T. Logan Fleck Head Coach Seventh Season Old Dominion, 1984 T. Logan Fleck recently completed his sixth season as the head coach of Stetson University’s men’s soccer program in 2012. With stints at Arkansas-Little Rock and USF, the long time soccer veteran has compiled winning seasons in 11 out of his 12 years coaching collegiate soccer. In six seasons with the Hatters, Fleck has accumulated an overall record of 56-37-14, an Atlantic Sun Confernce mark of 31-15-6, led the Hatters to five league tournaments, two conference finals, one A-Sun Championship, and a trip to the NCAA Tournament. On October 23, 2011, Fleck earned his 50th win with the Hatters. While Stetson didn’t find the success on the field it was looking for in 2012, there were many high notes this past season. Jonathan Mendoza earned A-Sun First Team honors, while Luis Ocejo and Kai Eckenrode were named to the A-Sun Second Team, the A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team, and the Capital One Academic All-Distrtic Team.

Coach Fleck Head Coaching Experience Stetson (2007-present) USF [Women’s] (1995-2006) USF (1994-96) Arkansas-Little Rock (1987-89) Seminole HS ( Lyman HS ( Assistant Coaching Experience USF (1989-93) Florida Southern (1985-86) Other Coaching Experience USYSA South Region USSF National Staff Coach Playing Experience Old Dominion (1980-83) Education Bachelor’s, Old Dominion, 1984 Coaching Licenses/Diplomas USSF National “A” License Youth National License

Mendoza, who graduated with the second most assists in Stetson history, signed with Orlando City this spring, extending Fleck’s streak of developing special talent. The Hatters finished with a record of 3-10-2 in 2012, missing the conference tournament for the first time in Fleck’s tenure, but the team ended the year by earning an NSCAA Team Academic Award. Stetson recorded an excellent season under Fleck in 2011, going 10-5-4 overall and 6-1-1 in Atlantic Sun Conference action to finish second in the league standings. Fleck’s tutelage resulted in Mendoza and Ocejo sweeping the A-Sun Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year awards, respectively, with Gonzalo de Mujica joining them on the A-Sun First Team. Mendoza also became the first NSCAA All-American in Stetson men’s soccer history with a Third Team selection after his 11-goal, five-assist season. In 2010, Fleck led the Hatters to a 10-6-2 record and a second straight appearance in the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament finals. Three Hatters (Frederik Brustad, Ryan Corning and Mendoza) earned First Team All-Atlantic Sun honors with Brustad becoming the first A-Sun Player of the Year in program history. In 2009 Fleck led the Hatters to the second Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Championship in the program’s history and second-ever berth to the NCAA Tournament. Stetson finished the regular season with 12 wins and then picked up postseason victories over ETSU and Mercer, before falling to USF in the NCAA Tournament. The final season record was 14-4-2 giving Coach Fleck the program record for the most wins in a season. Four members of the 2009 team earned First Team All-Conference honors including senior Robert Hodge who was named the A-Sun’s Defensive Player of the Year. In 2007 he assumed the program just prior to the season and led the team to an impressive 11-5-2 record and a second place finish in the A-Sun. The Hatters placed four players on the all-conference team, two players on the all-freshman team

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@StetsonMSoccer and finished first in the league in defense with a 1.00 goals against average. The team’s signature win was the 2-1 triumph over Clemson. Fleck has 210 career victories in 24 years of coaching men’s and women’s collegiate soccer. Prior to coming to DeLand he was fixture at the University of South Florida. Fleck served as the head women’s soccer coach, leading the Bulls to a 97-94-18 record from 1995-2006. It was a program he brought from a nonscholarship team to a member of the BIG EAST Conference. As his program grew, Fleck was honored as the Conference USA Coach of the Year in 1998. That team blazed through the regular schedule unblemished and finished with a remarkable 15-1-3 overall record. Twenty-two of Fleck’s Bulls earned All-Conference USA honors. USF placed seven players on all-conference teams in 1998, including first team selections Kristine Edner, Tia Opliger and Janeen Sobush. The burgeoning program produced its first C-USA individual award winner in 1998 when Tia Opliger was named C-USA Freshman of the Year. Fleck was rewarded as well as his league peers selected him C-USA Coach of the Year. His 2003 team continued to receive conference honors. Breck Bankester not only was named the C-USA Co-Defensive Player of the Year, but also was named to the all-tournament team and to the All-Conference USA First Team. Fleck’s soccer success at USF actually began in 1989 when he joined then-head men’s soccer coach Jay Miller’s staff as an assistant. The Bulls churned out a 59-28-11 record under five seasons of Miller-Fleck leadership. USF claimed a Sun Belt Conference regular-season title in 1990 and a Metro Conference title in 1991.

Fleck’s Year-by-Year Men’s Soccer 1987 UALR 1988 UALR 1989 UALR 1994 USF 1995 USF 1996 USF 2007 Stetson 2008 Stetson 2009 Stetson 2010 Stetson 2011 Stetson 2012 Stetson Total 12 years

9-5-2 8-4-3 6-5-3 9-7-0 8-6-0 17-4-0 11-5-2 8-7-2 14-4-2 10-6-2 10-5-4 3-10-2 113-68-22

Women’s Soccer 1995 USF 1996 USF 1997 USF 1998 USF 1999 USF 2000 USF 2001 USF 2002 USF 2003 USF 2004 USF 2005 USF 2006 USF Total 12 years

11-3-0 6-11-1 10-6-1 15-1-3 11-8-0 6-10-1 4-13-2 8-8-2 8-8-2 5-9-2 7-7-3 6-10-1 97-94-18

Fleck assumed head coaching duties with the men’s program following the 1993 season and turned in solid 9-7-0 and 8-6-0 seasons in 1994 and 1995, respectively. The 1996 season marked USF’s return to national prominence in men’s soccer when Fleck’s 1996 team advanced to the NCAA Tournament after a 13-year absence. The team won a share of the C-USA regular-season title, laid claim to the conference tournament title and set a new program record for wins in a season with a 17-4-0 mark. Fleck’s squad spent much of the season nationally ranked and rose as high as No. 10 in the Soccer News poll.

Fleck has an eye for talent. He was instrumental in the signing of several standout players on the men’s side, including Major League Soccer star Mark Chung of the San Jose Earthquakes. He retired after the 2006 season after playing in 278 league matches, one of the highest totals in MLS history. Chung, who has made four MLS All-Star appearances as a member of four different teams (Kansas City, New York/New Jersey and Colorado), played under Fleck’s tutelage from 1989 through 1992. Another standout was U.S. National Team member Jeff Cunningham of the MLS FC Dallas. He was the MLS scoring champion in 2006 and won the Golden Boot Award with 16 goals and 11 assists. One of his top women’s players at USF Siri Norby is a member of the Norwegian National Team and played in the 2008 Olympic Games in China. Other Fleck recruits include MLS-drafted players Todd Deneault and USF’s all-time single-season goal-scoring leader Mike Mekelburg. Both were drafted in the 1997 MLS college draft. The Tampa Bay Mutiny selected Mekelburg in the first round while the Columbus Crew selected Deneault in the third round. Fleck’s first coaching job was at Seminole High School in Seminole, Fla., where he was the head boy’s soccer coach. He also coached boy’s soccer at Lyman High School in Orlando, Fla. Fleck was an assistant at Florida Southern College in 1985

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and 1986, prior to accepting a position at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock where he initiated both men’s and women’s soccer programs. Fleck’s men were 23-14-8 over three seasons and advanced to the Trans America Athletic Conference playoffs all three years. His first women’s team at UALR was regionally ranked as high as ninth. The following season the women qualified for the Central Region playoffs. Fleck holds a United States Soccer Federation National “A” license as well as a Youth National License. He has been an instructor at U.S. Soccer National Coaching Schools and for National Youth Licenses as well. He was the head coach of the United States Youth Soccer Association South Regional teams from 1989-91 and is currently on both coaching staffs for the women’s and men’s South Regional teams. In addition, Fleck is currently a U.S. Soccer Federation National staff coach. Fleck’s career began as a young boy who watched his father, the late Dr. Thomas Fleck, coach collegiate games at Lehigh University. Dr. Fleck was a soccer coach for decades at both the high school and collegiate level, and even coached against his son (Dr. Fleck won). His father has especially made an impact in youth soccer, winning the NSCAA Youth Long-Term Service Award in 1996 for his achievements. In addition to that award, he also earned the following honors: Torch Bearer (Boise, Idaho) 2002 Winter Olympic Games Torch Relay, Eastern Pennsylvania Soccer Hall of Fame, NSCAA Exceptional Services Award and the Order of AHEPA Outstanding Service Award. Dr. Fleck was a cornerstone in his son’s life. He provided the inspiration for his son to become a coach by his passion, love and enjoyment for the game of soccer.

Tony McManus Assistant Coach First Season Alabama-Birmingham, 2003 Tony McManus begins his first season as Assistant Coach for the Stetson men’s soccer team in 2013. The Memphis native joins the Hatters shortly after retiring from his nine-year professional playing career. After a successful college career at the University of Alabama Birmingham, in which he earned All-Conference USA, Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year, All-South Region, and All-America honors, McManus was drafted by the Chicago Fire in the MLS SuperDraft of 2004. McManus played nine years of professional soccer with clubs in the MLS, the A-League, and NASL/USL, competing in over 250 contests over the course of his career. During his career, McManus was heavily involved in community service, spending time with the Boys and Girls Club of America, the Starlight Starbright Foundation, the Make a Wish Foundation, and SCORE America, among others.

Coach McManus Coaching Experience Oglethorpe University (2012-13) Roswell Santos Soccer Club Playing Experience Atlanta Silverbacks (2012, 05-08) Carolina RailHawks (2011) FC Tampa Bay (2011) Portland Timbers (2009-10) FC Dallas (2005) Virginia Beach Mariners (2004) Chicago Fire (2004) Memphis Express (2002) Alabama-Birmingham (2000-03) Education Bachelor’s, UAB, 2003 Coaching Licenses/Diplomas NSCAA “A” License

Spending time coaching various youth soccer clubs all over the United States during his playing career, McManus also spent time as a volunteer coach for Oglethorpe University in 2012-13. A former U-17 and U-23 National B Team Pool member, McManus graduated from UAB in 2003. He currently holds an NSCAA “A” License.

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Chris Aguirre

JJ Bostic

Forward • Senior 5-10 • 170 N. Miami Beach, Florida N. Miami Beach HS

Defender • Senior 6-1 • 175 Dunedin, Florida USF/East Lake HS

2012 (Junior): Played in all 15 games, starting seven at defense...Logged 734 minutes as a junior. 2011 (Sophomore): Did not compete...Earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors. 2010 (Freshman): Appeared in two matches off the bench. High School: Graduated Summa Cum Laude from North Miami Beach High School... Earned four varsity letters playing soccer for the Chargers... Won the Team MVP and Student-Athlete Awards... Played club soccer for South Florida Elite and played in the Premier Development League with Schulz Academy... A long-serving member of the Florida State ODP team and served as team captain in 2009... With the ODP Program, Chris trained with famous Argentinean club Estudiantes de la Plata and was selected to the ‘92 Boys Region III ODP Player Pool. Personal: Son of Berkis and Jorge Aguirre of North Miami Beach, Florida... Born April 6, 1992 in Miami, Florida... Chose Stetson because it has a good environment, is close to home, and he received an academic scholarship... Majoring in Biology. Aguirre’s Career Stats YEAR GP/GS 2010 2/0 2011 0/0 2012 15/7 TOTALS 17/7

Sh G A Pts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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2012 (Junior): Helped anchor the Stetson defense as a center back in his second season with the Hatters...Played in and started all 15 games, leading the field players with 1,401 minutes...Added on goal out of the back, scoring in the season finale at Georgia State (11/4). 2011 (Sophomore): Earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors...Started all 19 matches on the back line in first season at Stetson...Scored first career goal Sept. 4 at Ohio State... Also scored in Nov. 11 A-Sun semifinal match at ETSU...Key element of Stetson defense that recorded six shutouts on the year...Led the team with 1,824 minutes played. Prior to Stetson: Played one season at USF before transferring to Stetson...Team captain as a senior and four-year starter at East Lake High...Played club soccer for Clearwater Chargers. Personal: Born Javon Michael Bostic on July 22, 1992 in Honolulu, Hawaii...Son of Neal and Tina Bostic...Honor Roll and Dean’s List student at East Lake High...Majoring in Physics. Bostic’s Career Stats YEAR GP/GS 2010 0/0 2011 19/19 2012 15/15 TOTALS 34/34

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Raffaele Centofanti

Evan Jimmo

Midfielder • Senior 5-10 • 170 Miami Lakes, Florida Ferguson HS

Defender • Senior 6-4 • 190 Melbourne, Florida Viera HS

2012 (Junior): Played in and started all 15 games in his third season with the Hatters, spending most of his time at outside back and midfield...Assisted on two goals out of the back, which were a career best...First helper came in a 3-2 win over North Florida (10/26), and the second was in the final at Georgia State (11/4). 2011 (Sophomore): Earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors...Appeared in and started 18 contests in the back... Scored two goals on the season...Tallied first career goal at Ohio State (9/4)...Also scored at home against Furman (9/16)...Played 90 minutes or more in 12 games, including a 120 minute contest against ETSU in the A-Sun Tournament (11/11). 2010 (Freshman): Earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors...started all 18 matches as a freshman on the back line...had an assist in 10-0 win over Johnson & Wales (9/1). High School: A defender from Miami Lakes, Florida who was home schooled... In 2008 he was named to the USSF Development Academy Southern Conference Starting XI... He was one of two USA based players called up for the Venezuelan U17 National Team that competed in 2009 South American Qualifying for the U17 World Championships. During qualifying he played in four matches and scored the tying goal against Chile. Personal: Son of Alesandro Centofanti and Kathleen Amaya of Miami, Florida... Born March 21, 1992 in Miami... Chose Stetson because it is a good school and a small school... Majoring in Sport Management. Centofanti’s Career Stats YEAR GP/GS 2010 18/18 2011 18/18 2012 15/15 TOTALS 51/51

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2012 (Junior): Played in all 15 games, starting 13 up front...Logged 834 minutes, tallying 17 shots as a junior... Scored one goal against Florida International (9/22) and recorded one assist in a win against Florida Atlantic (9/26). 2011 (Sophomore): A-Sun Conference Scholar...Played in 17 matches with 10 starting assignments...scored one goal...notched Stetson’s first goal of the 2011 season in a 4-0 win over Florida Tech on August 27...made his first career start in that match as well. 2010 (Freshman): Earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors...played in 12 matches off the bench...scored two goals and notched one assist...scored in wins over Johnson & Wales (Sept. 1) and UNF (Oct. 29). High School: Played four seasons at Viera High...Was Team MVP and earned all-conference honors...Led club team - Space Coast United - to the FYSA State Cup Final Four...Also a member of the ‘01 FYSA State ODP team. Personal: Born on November 18, 1991 in Reston, Virginia...Son of Scott Jimmo and Heather McDonough...Has one sister, Erin...National Honor Society member at Viera High... Majoring in Finance. Jimmo’s Career Stats YEAR GP/GS 2010 12/0 2011 17/10 2012 15/13 TOTALS 44/23

Sh G A Pts 5 0 1 1 23 2 0 4 19 0 2 2 47 2 3 7

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Steven Saballos

Andreas Schnabl

Midfielder • Senior 5-9 • 165 Miami, Florida Charlotte/Ferguson HS

Goalkeeper • Senior 6-0 • 180 Blaichach, Germany Gymnasium Immenstadt

2012 (Junior): Helping to control center midfield for the Hatters, he played in and started all 15 games in his second season in DeLand...Third amongst field players with 1,349 minutes logged, he recorded one assist in a 2-0 win against Jacksonville (9/7). 2011 (Sophomore): Played in all 19 matches with 18 starts in his first season with the Hatters...finished the season with one goal and five assists for seven points...tied for third on the team in assists...handed out helpers in each of his first two matches, both Stetson victories (8/27 over Florida Tech, and 9/2 over #15 Penn State)...also had assists vs. George Washington (9/25), at USC Upstate (10/16) and vs. Lipscomb (10/23)...scored first career goal in 1-0 win over Temple (9/18). Prior to Stetson: Preseason All-Atlantic 10 Freshman Team pick at Charlotte in 2010...Appeared in three matches with one start for the A-10 regular season champion 49ers. High School: Played soccer and badminton at John A. Ferguson High in Miami...Was a First Team All-Dade County selection...USSF Development Academy Southern Conference Starting XI...Member of the US U18 National Team Pool...Also a part of the Region III Pool for 1991...Florida ODP State Team member...Played club soccer for Miami Crew. Personal: Born on January 21, 1991 on Miami, Florida... Son of Freddy and Daisy Saballos...Has four siblings; Grace, Maria, Michelle, and Tiffany...Was an International Baccalaureate Student with a 5.1 weighted GPA at John A. Ferguson Senior High...Majoring in Accounting. Saballos’s Career Stats YEAR GP/GS 2010 3/1 2011 19/18 2012 15/15 TOTALS 37/34

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2012 (Junior): Played as goalkeeper in every second of action for Stetson...Recorded a 1.40 goals-against average and a save percentage of .699...His two shutouts on the year increased his career total to 12, setting a new Stetson record in the category...Also holds the program record with a career goals-against average of 1.19. 2011 (Sophomore): A-Sun Conference Scholar...Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 10)...started 17 matches in goal for the Hatters...recorded 8-4-4 record with five shutouts...paced Stetson to 10-match unbeaten streak to end the season...made 64 saves and recorded .703 save percentage with 1.52 goals-against average. 2010 (Freshman): Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman Team...A-Sun Conference All-Tournament Team...Earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors...Started 17 matches in goal as a freshman...Won 10 matches and recorded five shutouts...Racked up four straight shutouts...Logged 448:16 minutes without allowing a goal in that span...Only allowed 12 goals in 17 matches and only let two opponents score twice...Only nationally 23rd-ranked UCF was able to score two goals in regulation against Schnabl. High School: Graduated from Gymnasium Immenstadt in Blaichach, Germany...played his final year of club soccer with SC Bregenz of the Austrian Regionalliga...he served as captain of his team during the 2008 South German Championships. Personal: Son of Gisela and Ernst Schnabl of Blaichach, Germany...born October 9, 1989 in Blaichach...Majoring in International Business. Schnabl’s Career Stats YEAR GP/GS 2010 17/17 2011 17/17 2012 15/15 TOTALS 49/49

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Travis Workman

Eli Beates

Midfielder • Senior 6-1 • 185 DeLand, Florida DeLand HS

Midfielder • Junior 6-1 • 165 Winter Park, Florida Lake Howell HS

2012 (Junior): Appeared in eight games, logging 161 minutes during his first season with the Hatters. High School: Played four years at DeLand High ... Was named captain for junior and senior seasons ... Also earned Team MVP honors during junior and senior campaigns ... Was an All-County Honorable Mention as a junior and a First Team selection as a senior. Personal: Born Travis Ryan Workman on July 11, 1992 in DeLand, Florida ... Son of Johnnie and Joni Workman ... Has four siblings; Mikey, Terry, Shaun, and Kelly ... Graduated Magna Cum Laude and was a member of the National Honor Society at DeLand High...Majoring in Finance. Workman’s Career Stats YEAR GP/GS Sh G A Pts 2012 8/0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 8/0 0 0 0 0

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2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 15 games, starting 14 at outside midfield...Logged 1,057 minutes, recording 15 shots. 2011 (Freshman): Played in all 19 matches as a freshman with two starts...scored two goals...first career goal came in 3-2 overtime win at USC Upstate (Oct. 16)...also scored in 3-1 home win over Lipscomb (Oct. 23). High School: Played four years of soccer and one year of freshman football at Lake Howell High...Led team to state Final Four in 2010...Played club soccer for FC America, leading the team in scoring. Personal: Born Elias Beates on October 1, 1992 in Orlando, Florida...Son of Mike and Mary Beates...Has six siblings; Jessica, Jameson, Bram, Abbie, Shoshanah, and Joe...Major is undeclared. Beates’s Career Stats YEAR GP/GS 2011 19/2 2012 15/14 TOTALS 34/16

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Dwight Lodge

JJ

Midfielder • Junior 5-10 • 155 Miramar, Florida Pines Charter HS

Defender • Junior 6-0 • 170 London, England

2012 (Sophomore): Played in 15 matches at midfield in his second season with the Hatters...Tallied three shots on the season, one of which was on goal. 2011 (Freshman): Earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors...Appeared in 10 matches as a freshman with one start...made first career start in Oct. 9 1-0 win over Mercer...recorded an assist in season-opening 4-0 win over Florida Tech (Aug. 27). High School: Four-time All-County selection (three-time First Team pick) at Pembroke Pines Charter High, playing with Hatters teammate Juan Polanco...Two-time All-State honoree...With 97 career goals and 59 career assists, is career leader...34 goals and 24 assists in a season set records at Pembroke Pines...Also named 2011 Broward County Player of the Year. Personal: Son of Raymond Althea...Has one sibling; Anwar...Honor Roll student and Who’s Who in Foreign Language honors at Pembroke Pines Charter High...Majoring in Business Administration. Lodge’s Career Stats YEAR GP/GS 2011 10/1 2012 15/0 TOTALS 25/1

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2012 (Sophomore): Came back from an early season injury to play in 12 games, starting 10 for the Hatters...Playing outside back and midfield, he recorded one assist on the season...His first career point, the helper came against Florida International (9/22) in just his first start of the year. 2011 (Freshman): Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team...played in all 19 matches with 18 starts on the back line...one of the anchors of a terrific Stetson defense that posted six shutouts on the season...was only subbed out of the match twice in his 18 starts...third on the team with 1,757 minutes played. Personal: Joined the Hatters in late August 2011...Major is undeclared. Lofthouse-Smith’s Career Stats YEAR GP/GS Sh G A Pts 2011 19/18 4 0 0 0 2012 12/10 1 0 1 1 TOTALS 31/28 5 0 1 1

Sh G A Pts 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 4 0 1 1

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Gonzalo Arroyo

Andre Reyes

Midfielder • Sophomore 5-9 • 155 Bilbao, Spain Wheeling Jesuit

Midfielder • Sophomore 5-7 • 165 Flower Mound, Texas Old Dominion

Prior to Stetson: Arroyo played one season at Wheeling Jesuit University before transferring to Stetson. He appeared in 14 matches, starting two while with the Cardinals. Arroyo scored one goal in 495 minutes of action. He attended the International German School of Bilbao in Spain before coming to the States. Personal: Full name is Gonzalo Arroyo Baudet. Son of Olga Baudet and Emilio Arroyo. Has three siblings; brothers Carlos (27) and Alex (21), and sister Patricia (16). Majoring in accounting.

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Prior to Stetson: Reyes attended Old Dominion for one year before transferring to Stetson. He also attended Marcus High School in Texas. Reyes made the National Team Pool in 2009, and he played in the Academy League Spring Showcase in Sarasota, Fla. in 2010. He was named to the Chelsea All-Star Team and traveled to England in 2010. Reyes was a member of the team that won the North Texas State Cup Championship and the Gothia Cup Championship. He played on the North Texas ODP State Team, earned First Team All-Region honors, and First Team All-District accolades twice with Marcus HS. Personal: Son of Sonia and Carlos Reyes. Has one sister; Sandra. Majoring in sport management.

Forward • Sophomore 6-3 • 185 Linlithgow, Scotland Rhode Island

Prior to Stetson: Morison played one season at the University of Rhode Island before transferring to Stetson. He played in 13 games for the Rams. He scored one goal and recorded two assists as a freshman. Morison attended Stewart’s Melville College in Edinburgh, Scotland before coming to the States. Personal: Son of Jane and John Morison. Has one sister; Nicola (16). Majoring in psychology.

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Trent Austin

Marvin Castellanos

Defender • Freshman 5-9 • 155 Davie, Florida Cooper City HS

Goalkeeper • Freshman 6-3 • 175 Birmingham, Alabama Vestavia Hills HS

High School: Austin attended Cooper City High School where he was named to the Principal’s Honor Roll and a Scholar-Athlete. He also earned an Academic Excellence Award and the Outstanding Leadership Award. Austin was named an AP Scholar with Honor via College Board, and was also a member of the Key Club, the National Honor Society, and the Student Government Association at Cooper City HS. He also competed in cross country and track & field during high school. Austin helped lead the Cowboys to the District Finals in 2010. Personal: Full name is Trent Anthony Austin. Son of Tammy and David Austin. Has two brothers; Tyler (21) and Trace (15). Majoring in chemistry.

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High School: Castellanos attended Vestavia High School in Alabama where he spent time volunteering with Relay for Life, Invisible Children, and Helping Hands. He was also a student government association representative at Vestavia. Castellanos won the Lakeshore Shootout Championship three times, the Metro Tournament Championship twice, and one state championship. He earned State Finals MVP, Metro Player of the Year, and Lakeshore Shootout MVP honors. He was a member of the Region III Pool, set a state record at Vestavia with 24 shutouts in a single season, and ranked nationally with 66 career shutouts. Personal: Full name is Marvin Antonio Catellanos. Son of Nazaria Bonilla and Luis Castellanos. Majoring in integrative health science.

Jack Bain

Gianluca Carbone

F/M • Freshman 5-11 • 155 Glasgow, Scotland The Glasgow Academy

M/F • Freshman 5-5 • 130 Charlotte, Florida IMG Academy

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High School: Bain attended the Glasgow Academy in Scotland. He earned the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze and Silver. Bain also played rugby, tennis, and ran cross country and track at the academy. He won the 400 meter school championship three years in a row, and earned an International Cap for Scotland.

High School: Carbone attended Bradenton Prep as a freshman, Edison Academics as a sophomore, and finally the IMG Academy during his junior and senior seasons. He scored 20 goals and added 22 assists during the 201011 season. His team won the Disney Cup Championship in 2012.

Personal: Full name is Jack Ronald Bain. Son of Susie and Martin Bain. Has one brother; Luke (16). Majoring in discovery.

Personal: Son of Lorena and Stefano Chisesi. Has two brothers; Matias Carbone (14) and Ignazio Chisesi (5). Majoring in sport management.

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Alex Haddad

Paul Ladwig

Midfielder • Freshman 5-10 • 160 Gallipolis, Ohio IMG Academy

Goalkeeper • Freshman 6-1 • 170 Rostock, Germany CJD Rostock

High School: Haddad attended Ohio Valley Christian School for first two years of high school before transferring to the IMG Academy for his final two seasons. He was a member of the National Honor Society. Haddad won West Virginia State Championships in 2010 and 2011 with the WVSC Wizards. He earned All-Region honors and was named Team MVP as a sophomore at Ohio Valley Christian. Haddad was also named Most Improved Player as a junior at IMG. While at Ohio Valley Christian, he set a school record with 26 goals as a sophomore.

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High School: Ladwig helped lead F.C. Hansa Rostock to four winning seasons, including a 20-3-5 mark in 2011-12, and a junior championship in 2010. Personal: Son of Sylvia and Mirko Ladwig. Majoring in discovery.

Personal: Full name is Alexander Afif Haddad. Son of Julia and Jamal Haddad. Has three siblings; Noah, Andre, and Rachel. Majoring in biology.

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M/D • Freshman 5-8 • 150 Atlanta, Georgia Marist School

High School: Jackson was an honor student at Marist School in Atlanta, where he was a member of the Student Athletic Leadership Team, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Habitat for Humanity, and Project Open Hand. He also competed in wrestling while playing soccer at Marist. Jackson led the War Eagles to Class 4A Region Championships in 2011 and 2013. He played in the Georgia High School All-Star Game in 2013. Jackson had over 100 individual wins while winning back-to-back individual region championships in wrestling. Personal: Full name is Patrick Rowley Jackson. Son of Peggie and Rowley Jackson. Has two siblings; brother James (25), and sister Victoria (22). Majoring in accounting.

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Justin Shirah

Michael Tsalikas

D/M • Frshman 5-10 • 145 Wellborn, Florida Suwannee HS

Defender • Freshman 5-10 • 200 Tarpon Springs, Florida Tarpon Springs HS

High School: Shirah attended Suwannee High School in Live Oak, Fla. where he was a member of the Beta Club, the Interact Club, the Key Club, and the Student Government. He also spent a year and a half taking classes at North Florida Community College in Madison, Fla. during high school. Personal: Full name is Justin Cardell Shirah. Son of Kellie and Joseph Shirah. Has one sister; Kelsey (21). Majoring in biology.

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High School: Tsalickis spent one year at Countryside High School in Clearwater, and three seasons at Tarpon Springs. He was a member of the Greek Orthodox Youth Association and the Boys and Girls Club. He played football as well as soccer during high school. Tsalickis won a District Championship for soccer in 2012, as well as for football from 2010-13. In club soccer, he won the Florida State Cup, the Disney Showcase, and the Annandale Premier Cup Championships. Personal: Son of Evie and Dimtirios Tsalickis. Has two sisters; Maria (18) and Nicoletta (12).

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2012 Stetson Men's Soccer Stetson Combined Team Statistics (as of Aug 27, 2013) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date

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Aug 25 Aug 27 9/1/2012 Sep 07 Sep 22 Sep 26 Oct 07 Oct 10 Oct 14 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 26 Oct 28 Oct 31 Nov 04

Opponent at Penn State at #9 West Virginia at Houston Baptist JACKSONVILLE FIU FLORIDA ATLANTIC at Mercer at UCF USC UPSTATE at Lipscomb at Northern Kentucky NORTH FLORIDA ETSU at FGCU at Georgia State

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

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OVERALL 3-10-2 2-5-1 1-5-1

L L L W Lot Wo2 L To2 L To2 L W L L Lot

Score 0-3 0-1 0-2 2-0 1-2 2-1 0-1 0-0 0-3 1-1 0-1 3-2 0-1 0-2 1-2

Att. 688 188 208 352 353 282 413 310 282 309 433 214 208 245 228

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9 11 16 14 19 4 6 8 10 7 22 3 23 17 18 13 12 5 2

Kai Eckenrode Jonathan Mendoza Evan Jimmo Caleb Matthews Luis Ocejo JJ Bostic Raffaele Centofanti Stevie Saballos Joakim Helland Lofthouse-Smith, Jj Eli Beates Dwight Lodge Fabrizio Chiari AJ Cardounel Travis Workman Gabriele Vittori Chris Aguirre Quinn Ebright Doug Szoka Total Opponents

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AWAY 0-7-2 0-3-1 0-4-1

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

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sh sh% sog sog% gw pk-att

11 30 .167 5 34 .029 3 17 .059 3 4 .250 2 11 .091 2 7 .143 2 19 .000 1 15 .000 1 12 .000 1 1 .000 0 15 .000 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 31 171 .058 61 202 .109

17 9 5 1 5 3 7 4 5 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 63 75

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OPP

10-171 0.67 .058 63-171 .368 11.4 59 0-0

22-202 1.47 .109 75-202 .371 13.5 93 1-1

182 22 3

164 12 0

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Total 10 22

1691 6/282 0/0

3022 9/336

Shots by Period Stetson Opponents

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2nd

OT

OT2

Total 171 202

Saves by Period Stetson Opponents

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2nd

OT

OT2

Total 53 53

Corners by Period Stetson Opponents

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2nd

OT

OT2

Total 59 93

Fouls by Period Stetson Opponents

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2nd

OT

OT2

Total 182 164

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.567 .265 .294 .250 .455 .429 .368 .267 .417 .000 .267 .333 .500

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2012 Stetson Men's Soccer Stetson Combined Team Statistics (as of Aug 27, 2013) Conference games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date * * * * * * * *

Sep 07 Oct 07 Oct 14 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 26 Oct 28 Oct 31

Opponent JACKSONVILLE at Mercer USC UPSTATE at Lipscomb at Northern Kentucky NORTH FLORIDA ETSU at FGCU

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

OVERALL 2-5-1 2-5-1 0-0

W L L To2 L W L L

Score 2-0 0-1 0-3 1-1 0-1 3-2 0-1 0-2

Att. 352 413 282 309 433 214 208 245

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OPP

6-98 0.75 .061 34-98 .347 12.2 36 0-0

11-83 1.38 .133 43-83 .518 10.4 43 1-1

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97 6 0

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.190 .167 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .061 .133

12 3 1 6 3 2 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 43

GAAvg Saves

1.34 1.34 0.73

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2nd

OT

OT2

Total 6 11

Shots by Period Stetson Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 98 83

Saves by Period Stetson Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 32 28

Corners by Period Stetson Opponents

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total 36 43

Fouls by Period Stetson Opponents

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2nd

OT

OT2

Total 114 97

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17 15 55 41

3 5

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.571 .500 .333 .300 .273 .250 .000 .200 .200 .667 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .347 .518

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2012 Atlantic Sun Conference Standings

2012 Atlantic Sun All-Conference

Team FGCU Mercer ETSU Northern Kentucky Lipscomb USC Upstate Jacksonville Stetson North Florida

First Team Ryan Coulter Maximilian Muemken Ashani Samuels Josh Shutter Itode Fubara Alesi Osorio Jonathan Mendoza David Geno Felipe DeSousa Matheus Saroli Ehjayson Henry

ETSU ETSU Mercer Mercer ETSU ETSU Stetson ETSU FGCU Jacksonville Mercer

Second Team Greg Ranjitsingh Blaike Woodruff Federico Crespo Omar Djabi John Kadane Luis Ocejo Henry Penagos Carl-Oscar Andersson Ryan King Richi Edmondson Dave Musambi Kai Eckenrode

Mercer ETSU FGCU Lipscomb USC Upstate Stetson FGCU Mercer Mercer Mercer USC Upstate Stetson

All-Freshman Team Kristoffer Isben Dalton Guzman Felipe DeSousa Aaron Guillen Rodrigo Saravia Daniel Stanese Rene Reyes Reece Holcombe Camilo Garcia Alex Morrell A.J. Fleak

ETSU ETSU FGCU FGCU FGCU FGCU Jacksonville Lipscomb North Florida North Florida Northern Kentucky

Player of the Year: Freshman of the Year: Defensive PoY: Coach of the Year: Scholar-Athlete:

David Geno Felipe DeSousa Josh Shutter Brad Russo Will Betts

Other Honors Stetson Men’s Soccer Academic All-District Hermann Trophy Watch Preseason All-America Melching Award A-Sun Academic Team Co-Player of the Week

NSCAA Team Academic Award Luis Ocejo, Kai Eckenrode Jonathan Mendoza Jonathan Mendoza (Soccer America, College Soccer News, College Sports Madness) Luis Ocejo Luis Ocejo, Kai Eckenrode Kai Eckenrode

A-Sun 6-1-1 6-2-0 5-2-1 4-3-1 3-4-1 3-4-1 3-5-0 2-5-1 1-7-0

Pts Overall 19 11-5-3 18 11-7-2 16 10-6-4 13 7-10-1 10 7-12-1 10 5-10-2 9 4-13-1 7 3-10-2 3 4-13-0

2012 Atlantic Sun Conference Championships First Round - November 7 - Fort Myers, Fla. #3 ETSU 1, #6 Jacksonville 0 #5 Lipscomb 1, #4 USC Upstate 0 Semifinals - November 9 - Fort Myers, Fla. #2 Mercer 1, #3 ETSU 1 - Mercer advanced on PKs #1 FGCU 2, #5 Lipscomb 1 Championship - November 11 - Fort Myers, Fla. #1 FGCU 1, #2 Mercer 0 2012 Atlantic Sun Conference All-Tournament Team Player Team * Santiago Echeverri FGCU Federico Crespo FGCU Felipe DeSousa FGCU Daniel Stanese FGCU Carl-Oscar Andersson Mercer Greg Ranjitsingth Mercer Josh Shutter Mercer Omar Djabi Lipscomb Tyler Burkhardt Lipscomb Itode Fubara ETSU Franck Doumbe ETSU * Championship MVP 2012 Stetson A-Sun Academic Honor Roll President’s Scholars: Kai Eckenrode, Caleb Matthews, Luis Ocejo Conference Scholars: Evan Jimmo, Dwight Lodge, Andreas Schnabl, Doug Szoka, Gabriele Vittori, Travis Workman All-Academic: JJ Bostic, Raffaele Centofanti, Quinn Ebright, Juan Polanco, Steven Saballos

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School Records

@StetsonMSoccer Individual Career Leaders

POINTS 1. Rick Harris (1980-83).........................113 2. Tim Olagbemiro (1968-71).................112 3. Clint Adams (1992-95).......................104 4. Stian Tobiassen (1996-99)...................91 5. Tanner Wolfe (2004-07).......................84 GOALS 1. Tim Olagbemiro (1968-71)...................56 2. Clint Adams (1992-95).........................49 3. Stian Tobiassen (1996-99)...................40 4. Nick Yocca (1987-90)............................36 5. Kjell Aasheim (1997-2000)..................35

ASSISTS 1. Brian Candon (1984-87).......................27 2. Jonathan Mendoza (2009-12)..............22 3. Gonzalo de Mujica (2008-11)...............20 T4. Jason Osborne (2001-04)...................19 Chris Fronk (1999-2002)........................19 Kirk Labusch (2005-08)..........................19 SAVES 1. Kevin Johnson (1989-92)...................321 2. Tim Riek (1998-2001)........................287 3. Derek Alexander (1993-96)...............219 T4. Ian Landrum (2001-03)....................212 Ed Funcheon (1985-86, 1988)...............212

Individual Single Game Records

POINTS 1. Marty Ryczek vs. Southeastern (9/19/74)...............18 2. Clint Adams vs. Florida Southern (11/3/93)...........12 3. Clint Adams vs. Embry-Riddle (9/10/93).................11 4. Tom Seeley vs. Embry-Riddle (9/10/93).................... 9 5. Stian Tobiassen (Twice).................................................... 8 GOALS 1. Marty Ryczek vs. Southeastern (9/19/74)................. 8 2. Stian Tobiassen vs. Belmont (11/1/98)....................... 4 Clint Adams vs. Embry-Riddle (9/10/93)..................... 4 4. Frederik Brustad vs. Manhattan (9/17/10)............... 3 Nine others tied at............................................................. 3 ASSISTS 1. Chris Fronk vs. Florida Tech (9/26/00)....................... 5 2. Jonathan Mendoza vs. JWU (9/1/10)........................ 3 Kevin Munz vs. Jacksonville (10/2/09)......................... 3 Gonzalo de Mujica vs. ETSU (11/2/08)....................... 3 Andy Welch vs. Birmingham-Southern (9/2/01)......... 3 Stian Tobiassen vs. UCF (9/30/97)................................ 3 Tom Seeley vs. Embry-Riddle (9/10/93)...................... 3 SAVES 1. Matt Bothwell vs. Vermont (9/7/97)..........................16 2. Logan Potter vs. Lipscomb (10/9/09)........................13 3. Matt Bothwell vs. USF (9/11/97)...............................12 Derek Alexander vs. Florida Southern (10/5/94)....12 Yon Struble vs. FIU (10/14/92)....................................12 Pat Duff vs. FIU (10/5/91)............................................12

Team Single Season Records

WINS.................................... 14.................... 2009 CONSECUTIVE WINS............... 9 .......1987-88, 2001 LOSSES.................................. 15.................... 1984 WIN PERCENTAGE.................. 867.................. 1989 POINTS................................. 159.................. 1974 GOALS.................................. 56.................... 1974 ASSISTS................................ 48.................... 2001 GOALS AGAINST AVG............. 0.73................. 2010 SHUTOUTS............................. 8...................... 1989 FEWEST GOALS ALLOWED...... 14.................... 2010 SAVES................................... 171.................. 1990

Individual Single Season Records POINTS 1. Clint Adams (1993)................. 55 2. Stian Tobiassen (1998)........... 37 3. Tanner Wolfe (2005)............... 32 T4. Ian Zarac (2003)................... 28 Joe Fitzpatrick (2001)............... 28 GOALS 1. Clint Adams (1993)................. 27 2. Marty Ryczek (1974)............... 24 3. Stian Tobiassen (1998)........... 16 T4. Tanner Wolfe (2005).............. 13 Ian Zarac (2003)....................... 13 Justin Niemann (2001).............. 13 ASSISTS 1. Kevin Daxon (1989)................ 12 T2. Jonathan Mendoza (2010).... 11 Chris Fronk (2000).................... 11 Brian Candon (1987)................. 11 T5. Kevin Munz (2009)................ 10 Brian Candon (1985)................. 10 Joe Fitzpatrick (2001)............... 10

Team Single Game Records

POINTS GOALS ASSISTS SAVES

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Andreas Schnabl (2010-present).......1.19 2. Evan White (2004-07).......................1.33 3. Ed Funcheon (1985-86, 1988)............1.45 4. Ian Landrum (2001-03).....................1.70 5. Todd Cooper (1997-98).....................1.73 SHUTOUTS 1. Andreas Schnabl (2010-present)..........12 2. Ed Funcheon (1985-86, 1988)...............11 3. Kevin Johnson (1989-92).....................10 4. Tim Riek (1998-2001)............................8 5. Logan Potter (2008-present)..................7

47 vs Southeastern 17 vs Southeastern 13 vs Southeastern 20 vs College of Charleston

SAVES 1. Ed Funcheon (1986).............. 107 T2. Tim Riek (2001)................... 102 Ed Funcheon (1985)................ 102 4. Logan Potter (2009)................ 96 5. Tim Riek (1999)...................... 95 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Andreas Schnabl (2010)....... 0.68 2. Mike Estes (1988)................ 0.85 3. Kevin Johnson (1989).......... 0.91 4. Evan White (2007)............... 1.00 5. Ed Funcheon (1986)............. 1.31 SHUTOUTS 1. Kevin Johnson (1989)............... 8 T2. Ed Funcheon (1986)................. 6 Logan Potter (2009).................... 6 T4. Andreas Schnabl (2011).......... 5 Andreas Schnabl (2010).............. 5 Evan White (2007)...................... 5 Jeff Smeraglinolo (2005)............ 5 Ed Funcheon (1985).................... 5

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Honor Roll All-Time Honor Roll

ALL-AMERICA Jonathan Mendoza (NSCAA Third Team)....2011 ALL-REGION Jonathan Mendoza (NSCAA First Team).. 2011 Gonzalo de Mujica (NSCAA Third Team)....2011 Luis Ocejo (NSCAA Third Team).............2011 Frederik Brustad (NSCAA Second Team).....2010 Ryan Corning (NSCAA Third Team) ......2010 Jonathan Mendoza (NSCAA Third Team) ...2010 Robert Hodge (NSCAA Second Team) .. 2009 Fredrik Brustad (NSCAA Second Team) .. 2009 Kevin Munz (NSCAA Third Team).......... 2009 Robert Hodge (NSCAA Third Team)......2008 Tanner Wolfe (NSCAA Third Team) .....2006 Jason Osborne (NSCAA Second Team)... 2004 Jason Osborne (NSCAA Second Team) .. 2003 Ian Zarac (NSCAA Third Team) .............2003 ALL-CONFERENCE Jonathan Mendoza (First Team).............2012 Kai Eckenrode (Second Team)................2012 Luis Ocejo (Second Team)........................2012 Jonathan Mendoza (First Team, PoY)....2011 Luis Ocejo (First Team, DPoY)..................2011 Gonzalo de Mujica (First Team).............2011 Kai Eckenrode (Second Team)................2011 Frederik Brustad (First Team, PoY) .......2010 Ryan Corning (First Team) ......................2010 Jonathan Mendoza (First Team).............2010 Gonzalo de Mujica (Second Team).......2010 Robert Hodge (First Team, DPoY)..........2009 Kevin Munz (First Team) ..........................2009 Griffin Gilstrap (First Team) ...................2009 Fredrik Brustad (First Team) ...................2009 Robert Hodge (First Team)......................2008 Kirk Labusch (Second Team)...................2008 Tanner Wolfe (First Team) ......................2007 Kirk LaBusch (First Team).........................2007 Robert Hodge (Second Team) ...............2007 Evan White (Second Team).....................2007 Tanner Wolfe (First Team).......................2006 Ben Dyon (Second Team).........................2006 Krik Labusch (Second Team)...................2006 Kevin Munz (Second Team).....................2006 Tanner Wolfe (First Team) ......................2005 Ben Dyon (First Team)...............................2005 Alex Minton (First Team)..........................2005 Jason Osborne (First Team).....................2004 Jason Osborne (First Team) ....................2003 Ian Zarac (First Team) ............................ 2003 Carl Keever (First Team) .........................2002 Jason Osborne (First Team) ....................2002 Joe Fitzpatrick (First Team) ....................2001 Chris Fronk (First Team)............................2001 Justin Niemann (Second Team).............. 2001 Jason Osborne (Second Team)...............2001 Ian Zarac (Second Team).........................2001 Scott Winch (Second Team)....................2000 Sean Finn (First Team) .............................1999

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Stian Tobiassen (Second Team)..............1999 Michael Poole (Third Team).....................1998 Scott Bower (First Team)...........................1997 Stian Tobiassen (Second Team)..............1997 John Jiga (Second Team) ........................1995 Clint Adams (First Team)..........................1993 Derek Alexander (Second Team)...........1993 Philip Dancel (Second Team)...................1993 Clint Adams (Second Team)....................1992 Chris Conte (Second Team).....................1992 Will Jackson (Second Team)...................1991 Nick Yocca (First Team)............................1990 Kevin Daxon (First Team) ........................1989 Nick Yocca (First Team)............................1989 Nick Yocca (First Team)............................1988 Pat Daxon (First Team).............................1988 Brian Candon (East)..................................1987 Nick Yocca (East) ......................................1987 Steve Knott (East)......................................1987 Ed Funcheon (East)....................................1986 Jason Russek (East)....................................1986 Brian Candon (East)..................................1985 Ed Funcheon (East)...................................1985 Geoff Timm (East).....................................1985 CONFERENCE ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM JJ Lofthouse-Smith.....................................2011 Andreas Schnabl.......................................2010 Jonathan Mendoza...................................2009 Fredrik Brustad .........................................2008 Gonzalo de Mujica...................................2008 Eugene Starikov .......................................2007 Miguel Rodrigues......................................2007 Robert Hodge ...........................................2006 Kevin Munz ................................................2006 Set Carpintero ..........................................2006 Brian Bell .................................................. 2005 Armante Marshall.....................................2005 Tanner Wolfe ............................................2004 Rudy Mehrens ...........................................2003 Alex Minton ...............................................2002 Andy Welch ..............................................2001 CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Kai Eckenrode............................................2012 Luis Ocejo...................................................2012 Joakim Helland..........................................2011 Luis Ocejo...................................................2011 CONFERENCE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Jonathan Mendoza...................................2011 Ryan Corning.............................................2010 Jonathan Mendoza.................................. 2010 Andreas Schnabl.......................................2010 Griffin Gilstrap (MVP).............................2009 Fredrik Brustad..........................................2009 Robert Hodge............................................2009 Ryan Corning............................................ 2009 Jonathan Mendoza.................................. 2009 Tanner Wolfe ............................................2007 Ben Dyon ...................................................2006

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Kevin Munz................................................ 2006 Tanner Wolfe.............................................2006 Ben Dyon .................................................. 2005 Ron Fulmore ..............................................2005 Alex Minton (MVP)....................................2005 Evan White ...............................................2005 Tanner Wolfe.............................................2005 Jason Osborne..........................................2003 Ian Zarac....................................................2003 Carl Keever ..............................................2002 Alex Minton................................................2002 Jason Osborne..........................................2002 Stian Tobiassen..........................................1998 CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Kai Eckenrode (Offensive)............ 10/29/12 Kai Ekenrode (Offensive).............. 10/31/11 Jonathan Mendoza (Offensive).... 10/24/11 Luis Ocejo (Defensive).................... 10/24/11 Andreas Schnabl (Defensive)........ 10/10/11 Jonathan Mendoza (Offensive)......... 9/6/11 Ryan Asare-Bediako (Offensive)....10/11/10 Jonathan Mendoza (Offensive).......10/4/10 Griffi n Gilstrap (Offensive) ...........9/14/09 Robert Hodge (Defensive)................9/14/09 Logan Potter (Defensive)..................9/21/09 Kevin Munz (Offensive) ................ 10/12/09 Fredrik Brustad (Offensive)........... 10/19/09 Eugene Starikov (Offensive).............. 9/8/08 Marc Galizia (Defensive).................9/22/08 Eugene Starikov (Offensive)............9/24/07 Tanner Wolfe (Offensive).............. 10/29/07 Robert Hodge(Defensive).............. 11/12/07 Ben Dyon (Defensive)..................... 10/23/06 Jeff Smeraglinolo (Defensive) ........10/3/05 Jeff Smeraglinolo (Defensive)...... 10/31/05 Tanner Wolfe (Offensive).............. 10/31/05 Jason Osborne (Offensive)..............11/1/04 Jason Osborne (Offensive)........... 10/18/04 Jeff Smeraglinolo (Defensive) ..... 10/18/04 Ian Zarac (Offensive)..................... 10/27/03 Cark Keever (Defensive)..................9/23/02 Joe Fitzpatrick (Offensive)............ 10/29/01 Ian Zarac (Offensive)..................... 10/15/01 Tim Riek (Defensive)....................... 10/15/01 Ian Zarac (Offensive)........................9/24/01 J.R. Casadonte (Offensive)............ 10/30/00 Tim Riek (Defensive)....................... 10/16/00 Chris Front (Offensive)......................10/2/00 Stian Tobiassen ..................................11/3/98 Stian Tobiassen................................ 10/20/98 Stian Tobiassen...................................10/8/96 Tom Seeley..........................................10/3/95 Tom Seeley ........................................... 9/5/95 Clint Adams ..................................... 10/26/92 CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR Sean Murphy............................................ 2001 CFISOA COACH OF THE YEAR Sean Murphy............................................ 2006

History/Records

@StetsonMSoccer Year-by-Year Record Year 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

Coach Record Ed Holmes 1-1-4 Ed Holmes 3-3-0 Wes Berner 3-3-0 Wes Berner 2-4-1 Wes Berner 3-3-1 Wes Berner 4-5-0 Wes Berner 3-5-0 Wes Berner 5-3-1 Wes Berner 2-5-2 Wes Berner 1-8-1 George Borders 2-10-0 George Borders 6-7-1 George Borders 4-7-2 George Borders 8-5-1 Gary Manz 0-10-1 George Borders 4-10-1 Roger Dorio 5-9-2 Roger Dorio 6-8-1 George Borders 6-8-1 Gary Decker 3-11-4 Gary Decker 4-11-3 Gary Decker 5-10-1 Gil Dominguez 4-9-2 Gil Dominguez 7-10-1 Gil Dominguez 3-10-2 Gil Dominguez 5-10-1 Mike Parsons 3-11-1 Mike Parsons 5-15-0 Gary McKinley 10-6-5 Gary McKinley 7-4-1 Gary McKinley 8-11-0 Gary McKinley 11-5-1 Gary McKinley 13-2-2 Gary McKinley 7-12-1 Michael Mugavero 2-14-0 Michael Mugavero 5-13-0

Hatters in the A-Sun Records 1993 Tony McCall 8-11-1 1994 Tony McCall 8-11-1 1995 Tony McCall 5-10-0 1996 Tony McCall 2-11-2 1997 Tony McCall 11-8-1 1998 Sean Murphy 9-9-1 1999 Sean Murphy 8-8-1 2000 Sean Murphy 8-11-0 2001 Sean Murphy 13-7-0 2002 Sean Murphy 9-10-1 2003 Sean Murphy 8-10-1 2004 Sean Murphy 10-7-1 2005 Sean Murphy 9-11-1 2006 Sean Murphy 7-11-2 2007 T. Logan Fleck 11-5-2 2008 T. Logan Fleck 8-7-2 2009 T. Logan Fleck 14-4-2 2010 T. Logan Fleck 10-6-2 2011 T. Logan Fleck 10-5-4 2012 T. Logan Fleck 3-10-2 Totals 54 years 341-450-72 *Stetson began soccer in 1957 but did not begin Division I play until 1971.

SINGLE GAME GOALS 1. Clint Adams vs. Florida Southern (11/3/93)............6 T7. Stian Tobiassen vs. UCF (10/2/96)...........................4 SINGLE GAME POINTS 1. Clint Adams vs. Florida Southern (11/3/93)......... 12 SINGLE GAME ASSISTS T3. Jonathan Mendoza vs. JWU (9/1/10).....................3 Kevin Munz vs. Jackonville (10/2/09)..........................3 Gonzalo de Mujica vs. ETSU (11/2/08)......................3 Tom Seeley vs. Embry-Riddle (9/10/93).....................3 SEASON GOALS 1. Clint Adams (1993)..................................................... 27 SEASON POINTS 6. Clint Adams (1993)..................................................... 55 SEASON GAME-WINNING GOALS T3. Tanner Wolfe (2005)...................................................6 SEASON GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 3. Andreas Schnabl (2010).........................................0.68 T7. Mike Estes (1988)...................................................0.85 SEASON SHUTOUTS T4. Kevin Johnson (1989)...................................................8 CAREER GOALS T5. Clint Adams (1992-95)............................................. 49 T14. Stian Tobiassen (1996-99).................................... 40 CAREER ASSISTS T11. Brian Candon (1985-87)....................................... 27 CAREER POINTS 12. Clint Adams (1992-95)..........................................104 CAREER SAVES 7. Kevin Johnson (1989-92)..........................................321 T14. Tim Riek (1998-2001)..........................................287 CAREER GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 8. Andreas Schnabl (2010-present)..........................1.19 CAREER SHUTOUTS 9. Andreas Schnabl (2010-present)............................. 12 T13. Ed Funcheon (1985-86, 1988)............................. 11 T16. Kevin Johnson (1989-92)....................................... 10 TEAM SINGLE GAME GOALS T4. vs. Embry-Riddle (9/10/93).................................... 12 T9. vs. Johnson & Wales (9/1/10)................................ 10

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All-Time Series All-Time Series Records

Opponent Alabama A&M Alabama-Huntsville Adelphi Appalachian State Arkansas-Little Rock Armstrong Atlantic Averett Augusta State Barry Barton Belmont Berry Birmingham-Southern Boston College Bowling Green BYU Campbell Centenary Central Connecticut Central Michigan Charleston Southern Charlotte Cincinnati Citadel, The Clemson Cleveland State Coastal Carolina Colgate College of Charleston Covenant Connecticut Dayton DePaul Detroit Drexel Duke East Carolina East Stroudsburg Eckerd Elon Embry-Riddle Emory ETSU FGCU FIU Flagler Florida Atlantic ** Florida Southern Florida Tech Florida Tech-Jensen Beach Furman Gardner-Webb George Washington Georgia Southern Georgia State High Point Hofstra Holy Cross Houston Baptist Howard Illinois-Chicago Indiana U. (Pa.) IPFW IUPUI Jacksonville Johnson & Wales Kentucky Lafayette

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W-L-T Last First 2-1-3 2009 1988 0-1-0 1976 1976 0-0-1 1986 1986 1-0-0 1995 1995 0-0-1 1993 1993 4-0-0 1986 1983 1-0-0 1980 1980 2-1-0 1990 1988 1-3-1 1992 1984 0-2-0 1984 1983 10-3-2 2011 1997 0-1-0 1979 1979 2-1-0 2006 1985 0-2-0 1994 1991 0-2-0 2003 1986 0-1-0 1984 1984 7-11-1 2010 1969 3-4-0 2003 1987 0-2-0 2005 1989 1-0-0 1990 1990 5-4-1 2001 1982 0-2-0 2006 1997 0-1-0 1999 1999 1-1-1 1994 1973 2-3-0 2008 1990 0-1-0 1987 1987 1-2-0 2006 1999 0-1-0 2001 2001 1-4-1 2010 1982 0-2-0 1981 1976 1-0-0 1990 1990 0-1-0 1992 1992 1-0-0 2001 2001 0-1-0 1996 1996 1-0-0 1992 1992 0-1-0 1985 1985 1-1-0 1994 1989 0-1-0 1992 1992 5-13-1 1983 1968 2-2-0 2006 1997 7-10-2 1993 1967 3-3-2 1977 1959 4-3-1 2012 2008 3-3-0 2012 2007 3-21-0 2012 1975 12-11-0 2007 1973 13-22-2 2012 1977 22-25-8 1994 1957 9-7-5 2004 1970 10-2-0 1985 1974 1-6-0 2011 1974 6-3-0 2007 1987 0-0-1 2011 2011 10-10-3 2007 1981 7-21-1 2012 1968 5-1-0 2004 1997 1-0-0 2009 2009 1-1-0 1996 1990 0-1-0 2012 2012 1-0-0 2004 2004 0-1-0 1998 1998 0-1-0 1971 1971 0-1-0 2004 2004 0-1-0 2000 2000 25-33-8 2012 1957 1-0-0 2010 2010 1-0-0 1995 1995 0-1-0 2005 2005

Liberty Lipscomb Long Island Manhattan Marymount Memphis Mercer Methodist Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Nebraska-Omaha New Hampshire North Carolina North Carolina Wesleyan North Florida Northeastern Northeastern Illinois Northern Kentucky Northwood Nova Southeastern Ohio State Oral Roberts Palm Beach Atlantic Penn State Pfeiffer Radford Rollins Saint Leo “St. B” St. Francis (Pa.) St. Joseph’s St. Thomas South Alabama South Carolina Southeastern Southern Indiana Stony Brook Tampa Temple Tennessee Tech Tennessee Wesleyan Texas-Pan American Thomas Tusculum UAB UCF UMBC UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro UNC Wilmington USC Upstate USF Vanderbilt Vermont VMI Wake Forest Webber International West Florida West Virginia Western Illinois Western Kentucky Western Michigan Winthrop Wofford Xavier

1-0-0 7-1-2 1-0-0 1-0-0 3-0-1 1-1-0 20-11-2 0-1-0 3-21-4 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 8-1-1 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-0 1-1-0 6-0-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 12-29-1 19-13-4 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-7-0 1-1-0 0-1-1 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 4-11-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 10-31-3 0-1-0 3-2-0 0-1-0 5-4-0 4-1-1 4-24-1 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 1-3-1 4-1-0 0-1-0

1994 2012 1999 2010 1975 2002 2012 1983 1983 1992 2011 1997 2009 1984 2012 1993 1996 2012 2009 1985 2011 2002 1989 2012 1983 2005 2000 1999 1969 1992 2009 1985 1986 2003 1974 1994 2002 2000 2011 1988 1977 1997 1998 1980 2006 2012 1993 1995 2002 2005 2012 1990 1988 1997 2005 1990 2008 1989 2012 1991 1993 1989 2007 2007 1994

1994 2003 1999 2010 1972 2000 1985 1983 1961 1992 2011 1991 1990 1984 1979 1993 1996 2012 2009 1984 2011 1994 1978 2011 1983 2005 1957 1966 1969 1992 2009 1980 1982 1973 1974 1994 2002 1972 2011 1988 1977 1997 1997 1980 2006 1972 1993 1974 2002 1970 2007 1965 1988 1997 2005 1990 1985 1989 2012 1991 1988 1989 1994 1998 1994

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President

Dr. Wendy Libby University President Fifth Year Stetson University entered a new era of leadership in July 2009 when Dr. Wendy B. Libby became the university’s ninth president. Along with Director of Athletics Jeff Altier, Libby was integral in bringing football back to Stetson for the first time since 1956. The Hatters will play their first season in the fall of 2013. Coming with the return of football was the construction of a state-of-the-art field house for not only football, but also men’s and women’s soccer and the brand new women’s lacrosse team. The $6.7 million, 25,000 square foot facility was completed in August of 2012. Formerly president of Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., the nation’s second-oldest women’s institution, Libby has had a broad career in higher education and private industry. An expert in strategic planning, she plans to build on Stetson’s values-centered heritage and tradition of academic excellence and communityengaged service learning while movingStetson forward. Prior to her six years at Stephens College, Libby served as vice president for business affairs and chief financial officer at Furman University, Greenville, S.C., from 1995 to 2003. She has 28 years of administrative and teaching experience in higher education, at institutions including Westbrook College (now part of the University of New England), the University of Hartford, the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, The Ohio State University and Cornell University. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Libby earned her doctorate in Educational Administration from the University of Connecticut. Her undergraduate degree, in Biology with a concentration in Genetics, is from Cornell University. She earned an MBA, with a concentration in Finance, from Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. Libby is a member of numerous higher education organizations. Last fall, she led a delegation of six college presidents in a visit to Ewha University in Seoul, South Korea. In honor of her outstanding leadership, Libby received the 2007 Athena Award from the Columbia (Mo.) Chamber of Commerce Women’s Network for her support of women in realizing their full leadership potential and for contributing to the quality of life in the communi ty. In May, she received the 2009 Outstanding Higher Education Professional Alumni Award at the University of Connecticut. She and her husband, Dr. Richard M. Libby, have two sons, Glenn and wife Ginger, and Gregg and wife Lori, four grandchildren, a great-granddaughter, and three dogs. An avid reader, she enjoys cooking and entertaining.

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Director of Athletics

Jeff Altier Director of Athletics 17th Year Jeff Altier, a 28-year veteran of the Stetson University athletic department, is in his 16th year as Director of Athletics. During his tenure, Altier has earned a reputation as an outstanding fundraiser and a leader with an eye on the future, and is noted for his active participation in the NCAA governance structure. Along with President Libby, he was integral in bringing football back to Stetson for the first time since 1956. The Hatters will play their first season in the fall of 2013. Coming with the return of football was the construction of a state-of-the-art field house for not only football, but also men’s and women’s soccer and the brand new women’s lacrosse team. The $6.7 million, 25,000 square foot facility was completed in August of 2012. Altier, captain of the nationally-ranked 1982 Hatter baseball team, earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Stetson. Upon wrapping up his Stetson baseball career, he spent two years as a player/coach developing the sport in Perth, Australia. He then returned to Stetson as an assistant coach before being promoted to Ticket Manager, Director of Athletic Promotions, and then Associate Athletic Director. In these rolls, he spearheaded the department’s development efforts as well as oversaw athletic marketing and promotions, concessions and travel coordination. He was named Director of Athletics in 1996. Altier also served as Tournament Manager for the NCAA Division I Southeast First and Second Round Men’s basketball tournament hosted by Stetson in 1993 and 1996 at the Orlando Arena, and as Tournament Director for the 1999 and 2004 tournament. Stetson has taken great strides in the area of gender equity under Altier, increasing scholarships, participation opportunities and staffing for women’s athletics. The unprecedented success of the women’s tennis, golf, soccer, basketball and softball teams in conference competition during Altier’s tenure are evidence of his commitment to women’s athletics. In fact, under his direction Stetson’s women’s and men’s teams have won an impressive 15 conference championships. A hallmark of Altier’s professional career was the building of Stetson’s $4.5 million baseball facility, Melching Field at Conrad Park. Built in conjunction with the City of DeLand, Melching Field is regarded as one of the nation’s premiere college baseball facilities. Altier then turned his attention to construction of an on-campus softball facility, which broke ground in 2002 and was ready for competition in February of 2003. The Patricia Wilson Field has been named Collegiate Softball Field of the Year four times. He was also instrumental in securing new state-of-the-art field lighting for both the softball and soccer fields in 2005. Under his guidance, the Athletic Department has seen the addition of the new Wilson Athletic Center, a $ 1.5 million health and wellness facility for the use of Stetson student-athletes. Stetson athletics has continued to grow under Altier’s guidance. Three new sports have or will be added in the next year, with sand volleyball starting competition in the spring of 2012, women’s lacrosse in the spring of 2013 and the return of football in the fall of 2013. The program is also growing in terms of staffing and facilities, with construction currently under way on a facility that will house the football, lacrosse and both soccer programs, along with practice field for football and practice and game fields for soccer and lacrosse. Altier’s leadership has extended beyond campus, as he has taken on Atlantic Sun Conference leadership roles, chairing many committees and serving as conference vice-president. Additionally, he has served on the National Association of College Directors of Athletics Division IAAA board of directors, the NCAA A.E.C. Cabinet and is currently a member of the prestigious NCAA Leadership Council. Locally he has served as president of the DeLand Rotary Club, vice-president of the DeLand Sports Redevelopment Association, and is a graduate of Leadership DeLand and Leadership Orlando. He is currently a member of the board of directors of the Central Florida Sports Commission. Altier was honored as the West Volusia Sportsperson of the Year for 2004. In 2011 Altier was recognized by his peers in the National Association of Collegiate Director of Athletics as the Under Armour Southeast Region Division I Athletic Director of the Year. Altier’s family includes wife, Sarah (Booker) (Stetson B.A. ‘82, M.Ed. ‘96), and children Heath (Stetson M.B.A. ‘09), Brianne, and Garrett.

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ATC

Stetson President Dr. Wendy Libby announced that the University was bringing football back for the first time since 1956 on March 14, 2011. More than a year later, on March 23, 2012, a groundbreaking ceremony for Stetson’s $6.7 million field house and field renovation was held. The 25,000 square foot building on the corner of Minnesota and Amelia avenues houses locker rooms for lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, as well as football. Additionally, state-of-the-art sports medicine and strength and conditioning areas are also available to student-athletes at the Stetson University Athletics Training Center. The facility also includes office and meeting room space for each of the four programs, as well as an equipment room. The VIP room on the second floor of the facility will be utilized during lacrosse games. On one side of the field house are practice fields for the football team, on the other side are game and practice fields for Stetson lacrosse, men’s soccer, and women’s soccer teams. New this fall is a brand new scoreboard that was put in place on the south end of the Hatters’ game field.

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Facilities

Since 1974, the J. Ollie Edmunds Center has been home to Stetson men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball contests. The Hatter men’s basketball team defeated Marshall 73-58 in the inaugural Edmunds Center game on Dec. 5, 1974. In the 36 seasons since that time, the Hatters have amassed over 330 total victories in their home building. Maintaining a top-notch athletic facility is a continual process, and the work at the Edmunds Center has been at a pace to keep up with the development of the athletic program itself. Over the past several years, the Edmunds Center has received a number of physical modifications and equipment upgrades. The scoreboards, shot clocks, bench seating, illuminated media tables, floor design and lobby showcase have all recently been upgraded. In 2000, the maplewood floor was completely sanded and repainted, and new scoreboards were installed. In 2003, banners were hung in the Edmunds Center rafters for each member of the Basketball Hall of Fame. And in 2005, brand new bleachers were installed along the entire east end of the building. Eight modern locker rooms are housed in the Edmunds Center, among them the men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, softball and volleyball locker rooms. The Edmunds Center houses coaches and staff offices. In addition, the complex contains the crew team workout facility, dressing rooms, the ticket office and an athletic training room. The Edmunds Center was home to the men’s 1991 and 1996 Trans America Athletic Conference Tournaments as well as the women’s tournament in 1997. It also served as training camp site for the Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association in 1992 and 1993, and hosted the NCAA Volleyball Tournament First Round in 1996. Down the street is the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center, home of the Stetson men’s and women’s tennis programs. Located on the east-side of the DeLand campus, the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center was completed in late 1996. The state-of-the-art facility is named in honor of Mandy Marie Stoll who was the tennis team’s top player when she was killed in an automobile accident in April 1988 during her junior year. During her three years as a member of the Stetson tennis team, she set school records of 20 consecutive wins and 27 wins in one season. The facility includes six courts, with plans for six additional courts in the future, a kiosk, three gazebos, courtside bleachers and a new scoreboard. Three of the six courts have been named: one for Mary Estella Palmer McNamara, the late wife of SU trustee Dennis McNamara of Orlando and a Stetson graduate; one in honor of former Stetson tennis coach Vicky Pate, also a Stetson alumna; and one in memory of Mandy Stoll. The Mandy Stoll Tennis Center has served as the host location for four Atlantic Sun Conference Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships. The Stetson softball team has played 10 seasons at Patricia Wilson Field with tremendous success. The Hatters won their first 18 games on their home field in 2003 and have a combined home record of 278124 (.692). The sparkling facility features spacious dugouts, multiple bullpen and batting cage areas, a state-of-the-art scoreboard, a brilliant lighting system for playing night games, and a concession area. A team field house and a press box were built in 2007-08. In 2010 Stetson hosted the A-Sun Tournament for the fourth year in a row. One of the most picturesque, fan-friendly stadiums in the nation, Melching Field at Conrad Park will enter its 15th season as the home of Stetson Baseball in 2013. At a cost of $4.5 million, Melching Field was the result of a joint effort between Stetson University, DeLand Sports Redevelopment Association and the City of DeLand. Built on the same site as old Conrad Park, Melching Field opened on Feb. 12, 1999. Hatter fans have flocked to Melching Field in record numbers. With more than half a million fans since the stadium opened in 1999, Stetson is often ranked nationally among college baseball attendance leaders. Melching Field features permanent seating for 2,500 spectators with grass berms holding approximately 500 additional fans. A full-service concessions area greets visitors upon their entrance to the park on Woodland Boulevard. The 2012 season marked the debut of a new high-tech scoreboard, which is located in left field and is equipped with a state-of-the-art message center and graphics board. The numerous golf courses in Florida provide the men’s and women’s golf teams with ample places to play. The Hatters host tournaments every year at the DeLand Country Club, Southridge Golf Club, and Victoria Hills Golf Club. Also, the cross country teams host a meet every October at the Sperling Sports Complex, and the crew team practices and competes at nearby Lake Beresford.

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Athletic Training

• The Stetson University Sports Medicine staff is under the direction of the head team physician, three associate physicians, and full time certified athletic trainers providing a full complement of services to enhance the physical performance and personal healthcare of each student-athlete. • The sports medicine staff’s main location is in the athletic training room of the Wilson Athletic Center. The athletic training room is a 2,500 square-foot facility dedicated to the healthcare of all student-athletes. It is stocked with over 9,000 pounds of free weights and selectorized equipment. • The sports medicine staff is focused on identifying and preventing athletic injuries through the use of a complete line of evaluation tools including a state-of-the-art isokinetic testing and rehabilitation device. • The addition of the Athletic Training Center brought on an additional state-of-the-art athletic training room. • The division of sports medicine utilizes a wide array of physicians, counselors, and other allied health care professionals to assist our student-athletes in all aspects of their healthcare, growth, and development. • A full-time certified athletic trainer is on site for all in season practices, games, weight training, and conditioning sessions. Sports Medicine Mission Statement The Sports Medicine Program serves the Stetson University Department of Athletics by providing a comprehensive health care network, wellness and education for each participating member of the Department of Athletics. This health care willplace emphasis on the prevention, care, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and illnesses. In addition, these services are made available to the remainder of the Stetson University community through our physical therapy alliance.

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Strength/Conditioning

Brad Lokey Director of Strength & Conditioning Second Year After spending more than three years away from the state of Florida, Longwood native Brad Lokey has returned home to serve as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Stetson University. A former member of the United States Marine Corps, Lokey oversees the strength and conditioning program for all 19 of Stetson’s varsity sports. Lokey is a certified Strength and Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association as well as by the National Strength & Conditioning Association. He is also certified as a personal trainer. Lokey comes to Stetson from Cumberland University in Tennessee where he was the Director of Strength & Conditioning. Before that, he spent six months working in the Georgia Tech Strength and Conditioning department – primarily working with the football, softball, swimming and diving and cheerleading squads for the Yellow Jackets. It was during his time at Georgia Tech when Lokey completed his practicum and internship hours to earn his certification as a strength and conditioning coach. He also spent time working with the football, men’s and women’s basketball and wrestling teams at UT-Chattanooga. Lokey was the first head Strength and Conditioning Coach and Fitness Center Manager at Webber International University in Babson Park, Fla., working in that position for two years. He was responsible for the 19-sport Warriors program, designing and implementing workout programs for all sports, implementing and analyzing results to test the effectiveness of the programs and creating a computer data base for workouts for student-athletes. Lokey was born in Shelbyville, Tenn., but grew up in Florida, graduating from Lyman High School in Longwood. He received his bachelor’s degree in Recreational Administration with minors in Biology and Coaching from Central Methodist University in Fayette, Mo., in December of 2006. He played football for four years at LHS and two years at CMU before spending four years of honorable military service in the Marine Corps prior to completing his scholastic-athletic endeavors. He earned a master’s degree in Business Administration and Sport Management from Webber International in 2009. Lokey is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa). Lokey possesses three credentials from the NSCA including; Registered Strength & Conditioning Coach (RSCC), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Personal Trainer (CPT). He is also Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) and is recognized as an approved mentor by the CSCCa.

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Atlantic Sun

@StetsonMSoccer For 35 years, the Atlantic Sun Conference has supported its member institutions in providing intercollegiate athletics programs committed to Building Winners for Life. The A-Sun meets it mission by maintaining the highest standards in academic and athletic achievement, creating a balance between student and athlete. Adding an emphasis on sportsmanship in the competitive arena and fostering leadership opportunities through community service, the A-Sun, its member institutions and its student-athletes aim for an overall educational experience that is successful in Building Winners for Life. BUILDING The student-athletes of the A-Sun consistently achieve academic accolades on a national level...

As a whole, the Atlantic Sun set a new record with more than 65 percent of all student-athletes earning All-Academic status after achieving at least a 3.0 GPA last year. ETSU’s Adam Solazzo and FGSU’s Sarah Hansen swept the Division I-AAA Men’s and Women’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year awards, while the A-Sun also claimed the men’s post-graduate scholarship from the association. FGCU’s Courtney Chihil garnered A-Sun Female Student-Athlete of the year honors, graduating with a 3.86 GPA in nursing while leading the team in minutes and helping her team to the fifth best winning percentage in the nation. Also recognized as a Capital One All-District and DI-AAA ADA selection, she was the A-Sun’s candidate for the NCAA’s Woman of the Year award. For the second consecutive year, The A-Sun is one of only three conferences in NCAA Division I women’s soccer to have all of its teams win the NSCAA Team Academic Award for posting a team GPA of 3.0 or better. The Atlantic Sun Conference set a new high with seven teams receiving The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Team Academic Award for the 2011-12 season by their maintaining at least a 3.30 cumulative team grade-point average on a 4.0 scale or a 4.10 cumulative team GPA on a 5.0 scale. The A-Sun’s total ranks it in a tie for second among the 31 NCAA Division I conferences. WINNERS ... while performing at a high level in the competitive arena ... The A-Sun placed three men’s basketball teams in postseason play for the second consecutive season, with Mercer claiming the 2012 CIT Championship and giving the A-Sun its first postseason championship in league history. The Jacksonville women’s track and field team won a conference record seventh consecutive indoor and outdoor track and field titles. In its first year of eligibility for all sports, FGCU won a combined eight regular season and tournament titles, the most in the conference. Softball continues its pursuit to become a multi-bid sport as the league posted the 11th best RPI in the NCAA, its fifth straight season being ranked in the top-12 and boasted six top-100 teams including conference champion Florida Gulf Coast (74). Men’s Golf continues to grow into one of the conference’s strongest national sports. North Florida earned a No. 2 seed at its regional while Kennesaw State earned at at-large beth to the championship. Representatives of six schools participated in NCAA Regional play in 2012, doubling last year’s numbers. Additionally, North Florida’s appearance in the NCAA Championship Round ups the A-Sun’s total to at least one team in the championship in eight of the last nine years. The A-Sun added sand volleyball and became the first conference in NCAA history to host a conference championship in the emerging sport. Additionally, pairs from North Florida and Stetson advanced to compete in the AVCA Collegiate Sand Volleyball National Championship. FOR LIFE! ...and preparing themselves to become valuable members of their community . The NCAA annual Federal Graduation Rate and Graduation Success Rate (GSR) report shows the A-Sun living its mission of Building Winners for Life as 12 A-Sun postseason teams equaled or bettered the national average. Resulting from a number of initiatives throughout 2011-12, the A-Sun SAAC raised more than $22,200 to benefit organizations such as the Alzheimer’s Association, the American Cancer Society, Boys and Girls Club, and many more. In eight years of fundraising, the SAAC has accumulated more than $125,000 for local programs. Six Atlantic Sun Conference member institutions were named to the 2012 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, two with distinction. That number also places the A-Sun among the top half of Division I conferences, as only 12 of 31 conferences had six or more schools recognized. The A-Sun has successfully placed 17 individuals on NCAA committees. The conference is the only one in the nation to post Faculty Athletics Representatives on both the Leadership and Legislative Councils. Since opening in 1997, Florida Gulf Coast University has amassed more than 1 million service-learning hours and earned national recognition for its program. In the latest periodic rankings by national publications, six Atlantic Sun member institutions have been named as one of the top colleges and universities across the country in the annual “America’s Best Colleges” 2012 list, created by Forbes Magazine. Stetson tops the list of the half-dozen A-Sun institutions that rank in the top 15 to 23 percent of all colleges and universities granting fouryear degrees. The list also includes North Florida, Mercer University, Northern Kentucky University, East Tennessee State University and Kennesaw State University. Headquartered in Macon, Ga., the A-Sun footprint reaches into seven six of the top media markets in the Southeast. The A-Sun includes a blend of the most prestigious and dynamic private and public institutions in the region: East Tennessee State University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Jacksonville University, Kennesaw State University, Lipscomb University, Mercer University, University of North Florida, Northern Kentucky University, University of South Carolina Upstate and Stetson University.

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Stetson University

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The DeLand campus, 25 miles from Daytona Beach and 35 miles from Orlando, is home to the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business Administration and School of Music. The College of Law is in St. Petersburg/Gulfport. The Tampa Law Center is in downtown Tampa. The Stetson University Center at Celebration is in the Orlando area.

Accreditation and Degrees

Stetson University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award: • bachelor’s, master’s and Educational Specialist degrees in the College of Arts & Sciences, • bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the School of Business Administration, • bachelor’s degrees in the School of Music, • the Juris Doctor and Master of Laws degrees in the College of Law, • a joint J.D.-M.B.A. degree. The university’s programs are accredited by: • AACSB International-The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, • American Bar Association, • American Chemical Society, • National Association of Schools of Music, • National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. • Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

DELAND CAMPUS INFORMATION Facilities

Stetson University was founded in DeLand in 1883, and the 175acre DeLand campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Recent improvements to the DeLand campus include: • $6.7 million athletics complex, including a field house and four playing fields (under construction), • addition of a coffeehouse in the Carlton Union Building (completed), • renovation of Nemec Hall into pet-friendly housing (completed), • renewal of landscaping and walkways in the campus core (ongoing), • upgrades to classrooms and the addition of more energysaving lighting (ongoing). Recent additions to the DeLand campus include: • $8 million Science Center addition to the existing Sage Hall, • Mary B. McMahan Hall, an addition to the School of Music’s Presser Hall, • Homer and Dolly Hand Art Center, • Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Environmental Learning Center. Within the past seven years: • a softball training facility was added at Patricia Wilson Field, • 5 fraternity houses were renovated, • 6 residential halls were built, 5 of which feature apartmentstyle living.

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Faculty

The DeLand campus has 195 full-time faculty members, 95 percent of whom hold Ph.D. or equivalent degrees and who teach undergraduate classes. Our student/faculty ratio is 11-to-1.

Student Body

Stetson’s 2,291 undergraduates come from 42 states and 41 foreign countries; 58 percent of undergraduates are female and 42 percent are male.

Study Abroad

Stetson University students may study in other countries for a few weeks to a full semester. Faculty-led programs take place in Austria, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hong Kong, mainland China, Mexico, Russia, Scotland and Spain. Certain School of Business Administration classes and programs include an overseas component to such locations as Hong Kong, Vietnam, Malaysia, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.

Athletics

Stetson is a member of the NCAA Division I Atlantic Sun Conference and offers 17 intercollegiate sports: football, baseball, softball, volleyball, sand volleyball, men and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s golf, crew, cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, and women’s lacrosse. The non-scholarship football program will be part of the Pioneer Football League and will play its first games in the fall of 2013. The university also has a vibrant Club Sports program featuring Aikido, croquet, dance, equestrian, men’s and women’s lacrosse, mixed martial arts, sand volleyball, shooting, skydive, men’s soccer, surf, swim, table tennis, tennis, triathlon and ultimate Frisbee.

Student Life

The DeLand campus alone is home to more than 100 student organizations, including service and special interest groups, student government, social fraternities and sororities, and 17 scholastic and honorary societies including Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Kappa Psi.

Admission

Stetson seeks students with a challenging high school curriculum. The Fall 2011 incoming freshmen class had an average 3.74 GPA, was in the middle 50 percent SAT range of 1070-1240 and the middle 50 percent ACT range of 22-27.

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